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On TCP-based Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Server Overload Control

Shen, Charles; Schulzrinne, Henning;
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  • Published: 02 Oct 2010
Abstract
The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) server overload management has attracted interest since SIP is being widely deployed in the Next Generation Networks (NGN) as a core signaling protocol. Yet all existing SIP overload control work is focused on SIP-over-UDP, despite the fact that TCP is increasingly seen as the more viable choice of SIP transport. This paper answers the following questions: is the existing TCP flow control capable of handling the SIP overload problem? If not, why and how can we make it work? We provide a comprehensive explanation of the default SIP-over-TCP overload behavior through server instrumentation. We also propose and implement novel ...
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ACM Computing Classification System: ComputerSystemsOrganization_COMPUTER-COMMUNICATIONNETWORKS
free text keywords: Computer Science - Networking and Internet Architecture, C.2.2, C.2.3, C.2.1, D.4.8, K.6.2
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