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2.2.2.2 Conference Protocols

Office

Protocols in this table enable protocol clients and protocol servers to establish and maintain the state of a conference. In the Communications Server system, Centralized Conference Control Protocol (C3P) is used by protocol clients, front-end servers, and conferencing servers to establish and maintain the state of a conference.

Protocol name

Description

Short name

Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Basic Architecture and Signaling

Describes the use of C3P by Office Communicator for activating, modifying, and controlling conferences and remaining synchronized with the state of a conference that is hosted by Communications Server.

[MS-CONFBAS]

Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Provisioning

Supplements the Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Basic Architecture and Signaling protocol (as described in [MS-CONFBAS]) by describing the use of C3P by an organizer’s protocol client for creating, modifying, and deleting conferences hosted by Communications Server.

[MS-CONFPRO]

Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Instant Messaging Extensions

Describes the extensions to the Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Basic Architecture and Signaling protocol (as described in [MS-CONFBAS]) that are used by protocol clients during multiparty IM conferences hosted by Communications Server.

[MS-CONFIM]

Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Audio-Video Extensions

Describes the extensions to the Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Basic Architecture and Signaling protocol (as described in [MS-CONFBAS]) that are used by protocol clients during multiparty audio/video conferences hosted by Communications Server.

[MS-CONFAV]

Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Application Sharing Extensions

Describes the extensions to the Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Basic Architecture and Signaling protocol (as described in [MS-CONFBAS]) that relate to application sharing media content that is transferred using the Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) [RFC3550] and hosted by Communications Server.

[MS-CONFAS]<8>

XML Schema for Media Control Extensions

Extends the XML message semantics for carrying video control messages in SIP INFO methods. In multiparty video sessions, these extensions provide a mechanism that freezes unused video streams, thereby minimizing the load on the network.

[MS-XMLMC]

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