[SIPForum-discussion] Remote-Party-ID?

Abhishek Mishra abhishek.mishra at globallogic.com
Mon Jul 30 05:58:04 UTC 2007

Hi Andrew,

The 'Remote-Party-ID' header is used in very similar manner to the
'P-Asserted-Identity' header. It contains the sip/sips uri which reveals
the indentity of the user initiating the request and a 'privacy' tag.

In case of RFC 3325, there is a seperate header called 'Privacy' and if
privacy is requested then its value would be equal to 'id'. Similary in
case of 'Remote-Party-ID' header, you would use a tag named 'privacy'
and the valid values are 'full' and 'off' which are equivalent to
Privacy header values 'id' and 'none'.

<sip:+17175150091 at>;party=calling;screen=yes;privacy=full


On Fri, 2007-07-27 at 22:53, Andrew Yu wrote:
> Dear Member,
> Could anyone explain to me how is Remote Party ID header is used and is 
> it related to P-Asserted-Identity? Is this a new SIP extension? Thank you.

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