RE: H.324 ,H.320, H.323 phones

oz (ozbear@bigpond.com)
Mon, 1 Jun 1998 18:09:46 +1000


Rolf...
Could I impose upon you to explain -a little- as to why there are three
H.32X standards when, from what you dscribe as to what they apply to,
only the connection differs from one standard to next. In otherwords,
I guess I would have expected the underlying transport machinery to
pretty much not matter alot to the higher level layers of video conferencing,
unless it wasn't a layered architecture in the first place.

just askin',
Oz

-----Original Message-----
From: Rolf Hemmerling [SMTP:hemmerling@geocities.com]
Sent: Saturday, 30 May 1998 16:44
To: CU-SEEME-L@cornell.edu
Subject: Re: H.324 ,H.320, H.323 phones

Jason Williams schrieb:
>
> On Fri, 29 May 1998, Rolf Hemmerling wrote:
> > All about H.324,H.320,H.323 and test drive phones (and what these
> > numbers stand for). Currently, especially H.320 and H.324 donīt fit with
> > a single software, though.
> > http://home.pages.de/~h/iphone2.html
>
[oz] <bobbit>
H.320 is for video conferencing on ISDN lines, H.324 is for video
conferencing on analog lines, H.323 is for LAN based video conferencing
(in the Internet and in intranets)

[oz] <bobbit>