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From: Dan Romascanu <droma...@gmail.com>
Date: Friday, 25 November 2016 at 5:46 PM
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Reviewer: Dan Romascanu
Review Date: 11/25/16
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This is a very useful supporting document in the SIPREC cluster.
1. The title is slightly misleading, as the document does not have as goal to
document all or the most important call flows, but rather to provide a grouping
of significant examples. 'Examples of SUP Recording Call Flows' may have been a
<Ram> I agree. The document contains only most important call flows. So I will
rename to “Examples of SIP Recording Call Flows”
2. As the document uses terminology defined in [RFC7865] and [RFC6341], listing
these two RFCs as Normative References seems necessary (can't understand the
terms without reading the two RFCs)
<Ram> agree. Will do that.
3. typo in the Securoty Considerations section: '
Security considerations mentioned in [RFC7865] and [RFC7866] has to be followed
s/has to/have to/
<Ram> Thanks will fix it.
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