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  Reply # 448980 16-Mar-2011 17:47
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It will depend on what the requirements for the code will actually be it's Lawful Intercept btw, there are TCF working parties working with the appropiate agencys now, then it will depend what companies are required to do , some may have already looked at it and already deployed technolgy to take this into account in a Next Gen world, others not, there will also be voice and data requirements and these are very different. Depending on the deployed technology and the vendors will dictate the costs of this, it will be varied depending on Vendor and requirements... it also won't be cheap Wink




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Cheers for the clarification and also pointing out that it is the "Lawful Intercept" and not the wire-tapping legislation. Foot in mouth

I found the comments around supplying secure VoIP communications in the original document to be quite entertaining. Roughly along the lines of "Sure, it can be supplied. Just make sure you are able to unencrypt it." 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 449033 16-Mar-2011 21:26
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Oldhat: "Sure, it can be supplied. Just make sure you are able to unencrypt it." 


Well, to be fair, that's how we do Lawful Intercept for 2G or 3G circuit-switched calls, which are also encrypted over the air... Once they get into the core they're no longer encrypted. 




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I think mobile networks should be required to prioritise SIP voice traffic, even if they don't "support" it.




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webwat: I think mobile networks should be required to prioritise SIP voice traffic, even if they don't "support" it.


Well, I, random user, think they should be required to prioritise SSL because I use it for my corporate VPN, and performance is critical. And also BitTorrent, because I need it for downloading Ubuntu ISOs. These things are very important to me personally, and I'm sure you can see why I'm right.

Everybody thinks their traffic is more important than everybody else's. The only fair thing we can do is treat it all the same.

As for voice calls, we already provide a well-tested method of handling those. :-)

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  Reply # 449367 17-Mar-2011 21:19
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webwat: I think mobile networks should be required to prioritise SIP voice traffic, even if they don't "support" it.


Why would they prioritise something that takes revenue away from them?




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