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IP Talk Standard

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What is the standard for IP talk ? Could not find any RFC on that, so I would like to know if there is any documentation of the Linux talk assuming that can be taken as the standard.
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To the best of my knowledge and searches there is no "standard" for IP talk on Linux. You may be already aware of this.
There are ways to set it up to enable easy changing to conform to later standards as they become available. If you would like to continue this discussion off-line email me at jasons@aone.com.au,

Regards,

Jason
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Actually I am 99.99% sure there is no standards published. See my previous comment,

Jason
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I am not asking about the 'standard' for IP talk on Linux. I would like to write a Talk so i need information about the generally accepted standard for Talk. If there is no 'standard', I wanted to know if the Linux Talk can be taken as a standard. in that case I need some sort of documentation of the Talk protocol.
Any constructive suggestions would be welcome.
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