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RFC 3261 Simplified: Session Initiation Protocol Part-Five

By the end of RFC 3261 Simplified series part IV, we were done with method independent processes on both UAC & UAS sides. In this tutorial, part V, we will be going into details about the CANCEL method with examples to understand the concepts better.

RFC 3261 Simplified: Session Initiation Protocol Part-Four

In RFC 3261 Simplified series part IV, we focus on the UAS side and go over the initial method independent steps a UAS follows to process a request; Authentication, Method Inspection, Header Inspection, Content Processing, and Applying Extensions.

RFC 3261 Simplified: Session Initiation Protocol Part-One

In this RFC 3261 Simplified series, we are going to use examples and analogies to explain RFC 3261, Session Initiation Protocol, in a language that will appeal to a wide spectrum of audience. This is part I in which we go over an introduction to SIP, followed by a sample call capture and analysis of the messages in that sample call.

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Oracle / Acme Packet Session Border Controller – Console Adapter How-to

This is a quick tutorial about Oracle/Acme Packet Session Border Controller Console Adapter. These adapters come with the SBCs so if you already have one, you do not need this tutorial. If you do not have one and struggle to figure out how to create this adapter, this tutorial could be helpful.

Installing Python in Kali Linux

In this quick-tip, we note that Kali Linux comes with Python installed by default, compare 2.x and 3.x Python releases, and demonstrate how to install Python in Kali Linux, which would be used for upgrading as well.

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