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ETSI - ES 202 718 - SPEECH AND MULTIMEDIA TRANSMISSION QUALITY (STQ); TRANSMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR IP-BASED NARROWBAND AND WIDEBAND HOME GATEWAYS AND OTHER MEDIA GATEWAYS FROM A QOS PERSPECTIVE AS PERCEIVED BY THE USER - V1.2.1 Organization: ETSI
Date: 2014-10-01
Description: The present document covers the following types of IP-based media gateways: • ATA (Analogue Terminal Adapter), home gateway IP to POTS • ITA (ISDN Terminal Adapter), home gateway IP to ISDN • IAD (Integrated Access device), home router including ATA or ITA • Network based ATA and ITA • Carrier grade media gateway, network gateway IP to TDM • IP-to-IP media gateway, network gateway with transcoding and/or other media processing • New Generation DECT Fixed part with IP interface (only parameters not covered by New Generation DECT) Interfaces of media gateways used together with terminals as a system (i.e. connected via Ethernet or with a proprietary interface) are excluded in the present document and should be measured according to the relevant terminal standard.
ITU-T M.3410 - GUIDELINES AND REQUIREMENTS FOR SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS TO SUPPORT TELECOMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT - STUDY GROUP 4 Organization: ITU-T
Date: 2008-08-01
Description: ., multiplexers, switches, routers, transport gateways, application gateways, gateway controllers, packet-filters a.k.a. firewalls, content filters, access points, bridges, wired and wireless telephony devices and monitoring probes for QoS, and network activity, to name a few); • End user host systems (e.g., laptop systems, desktop systems, workstations, printers, etc.); and • Management systems (e.g., element management, network management, service management, and business management systems).
ATIS 0500017 - CONSIDERATIONS FOR AN EMERGENCY SERVICES NEXT GENERATION NETWORK (ES-NGN) Organization: ATIS
Date: 2009-06-01
Description: Because the ES-NGN will be introduced while there are still existing legacy emergency services networks in operations, the ES-NGN must be able to interact with these networks via the Legacy Selective Router Gateway (LSRG). For example, there may be a need to bridge or transfer calls between IP-enabled PSAPs and legacy PSAPs homed on the legacy emergency services network.
IEC/TR 62443-3-1 - INDUSTRIAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS – NETWORK AND SYSTEM SECURITY – PART 3-1: SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES FOR INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2009-07-01
Description: As such, this domain also includes, but is not limited to: firewalls, servers, routers, switches, gateways, fieldbus systems, intrusion detection systems, intelligent electronic/end devices, remote terminal units (RTUs), and both wired and wireless remote modems.
ISA TR99.00.01 - SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES FOR INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS Organization: ISA
Date: 2007-10-29
Description: As such, this domain also includes, but is not limited to: firewalls, servers, routers, switches, gateways, fieldbus systems, intrusion detection systems, intelligent electronic/end devices, remote terminal units (RTUs), and both wired and wireless remote modems.
TIA-921 - NETWORK MODEL FOR EVALUATING MULTIMEDIA TRANSMISSION PERFORMANCE OVER THE INTERNET PROTOCOL - INCLUDES ACCESS TO ADDITIONAL CONTENT Organization: TIA
Date: 2016-04-12
Description: Examples of the types of equipment that can be evaluated using this model include: • IP-connected endpoints: - IP network devices (such as: user agents, call agents, media servers, media gateways, application servers, routers, switches, etc.); - IP video (IPTV, video conferencing, telepresence, etc.)
ITU-T G.1050 - NETWORK MODEL FOR EVALUATING MULTIMEDIA TRANSMISSION PERFORMANCE OVER INTERNET PROTOCOL - STUDY GROUP 12 Organization: ITU-T
Date: 2016-07-01
Description: Examples of the types of equipment that can be evaluated using this model include: – IP-connected endpoints: • IP network devices (such as: user agents, call agents, media servers, media gateways, application servers, routers, switches, etc.); • IP video (IPTV, video conferencing, telepresence, etc.)
ISO/IEC TR 16167 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION EXCHANGE BETWEEN SYSTEMS - NEXT GENERATION CORPORATE NETWORKS (NGCN) - EMERGENCY CALLS - SECOND EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2011-09-01
Description: SAPs are assumed to be reachable either directly using SIP or via a gateway to some legacy technology (e.g., TDM). Furthermore, SAPs are assumed to be reachable either directly from the NGCN or via a public network accessed from the NGCN using SIP.
TIA TSB-146 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS IP TELEPHONY INFRASTRUCTURES IP TELEPHONY SUPPORT FOR EMERGENCY CALLING SERVICE Organization: TIA
Date: 2007-03-01
Description: This TSB does not address scenarios for devices connected to VoIP networks through gateways. Use cases: (A) EN may be directly accessed by the user's terminal, without crossing a tier's network.
TIA-1057 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS IP TELEPHONY INFRASTRUCTURE LINK LAYER DISCOVERY PROTOCOL FOR MEDIA ENDPOINT DEVICES Organization: TIA
Date: 2006-04-06
Description: This Standard is applicable to all VoIP network edge devices such as (but not limited to) IP Phones, Voice / Media Gateways, Media Servers, IP Communications Controllers or other VoIP devices or servers, as well as to network access elements such as (but not limited to) IEEE 802 LAN Bridges or Wireless Access Points, and L2 or L3 switches or routers which are connected within IEEE 802 LANs.
ECMA TR/101 - NEXT GENERATION CORPORATE NETWORKS (NGCN) - EMERGENCY CALLS - 2ND EDITION Organization: ECMA
Date: 2010-12-01
Description: SAPs are assumed to be reachable either directly using SIP or via a gateway to some legacy technology (e.g., TDM). Furthermore, SAPs are assumed to be reachable either directly from the NGCN or via a public network accessed from the NGCN using SIP.
ATIS 0100004 - AVAILABILITY & RESTORABILITY ASPECTS OF EMERGENCY TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICE (ETS) Organization: ATIS
Date: 2006-01-01
Description: Networks comprise many different components (e.g., routers, switches, media gateways, gatekeepers, servers, etc.). Based on network connectivity, specific performance measurements of a single or multiple (packet-based or switched-based) networks need to be made available to emergency organizations prior to any service acquisitions.

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