We are seeing more progress in P2P SIP, an update to the IETF draft has been recently submitted by David Bryan and Cullen Jennings. The changes are mostly surrounding syntax and handling methods as opposed to incorporating new components. I am excited about the progress being made here and I am hopeful that we will see some integrated NAT traversal and auto-provisioning with P2P SIP in mind. This work could easily have a profound effect on VoIP, Video and IM as we know it. Any operator running a SIP network today cold benefit greatly from this technology.

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