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SIP URI resolution

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Hi,

Can anyone explain how sip URI are resolved, it my understanding that this is similar to email address resolution.  

Thanks in advance
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by:José Méndez
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From the RFCs:

Defining sip:user@host to not be equivalent to
            sip:user@host:5060 is a change from RFC 2543.  When deriving
            addresses from URIs, equivalent addresses are expected from
            equivalent URIs.  The URI sip:user@host:5060 will always
            resolve to port 5060.  The URI sip:user@host may resolve to
            other ports through the DNS SRV mechanisms detailed in [4].

http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3261.txt

Hope it helps.
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From the RFCs:

Defining sip:user@host to not be equivalent to
            sip:user@host:5060 is a change from RFC 2543.  When deriving
            addresses from URIs, equivalent addresses are expected from
            equivalent URIs.  The URI sip:user@host:5060 will always
            resolve to port 5060.  The URI sip:user@host may resolve to
            other ports through the DNS SRV mechanisms detailed in [4].

http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3261.txt

Hope it helps.
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