Comparing Call Control Models
Understanding the capabilities of the H.323, SIP, and MGCP models helps you decide which call control model best meets your requirements. This section compares the features and functions of the three call control models. This section also highlights the environments for which each call control model is best suited.
Call Control Model Feature Comparison
In a generic model, the components of signaling and call control are identified as common control components and endpoints. Common control components provide a set of optional services: call administration and accounting, call status, address management, and admission control. Table 6-1 identifies how the basic components of the generic model are configured in H.323, ...