RTT in IETF standards

IETF accessibility specific documents

Standard Full Name of Standard Explanation Type Status
IETF RFC 4102 Registration of text/red MIME registration of text with redundancy.
References RFC4103.
MIME registration Approved
IETF RFC 4103 RTP Payload for Text Conversation. RTP Payload for T.140 text conversation. MIME Registered as "text/t140", used in H.323 and SIP and 3GPP Transport Approved
replaces RFC 2793
IETF RFC 5194 Framework of requirements for real-time text conversation using SIP Requirements and implementation guidelines for real-time text in the SIP environment.
References RFC4103. 
Requirements Approved

june 2008

IETF RFC 3351 User Requirements for the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) in Support of Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Speech-impaired Individuals Handles transcoding and other value added services invoked through SIP. Requirements Approved
IETF RFC 4351 RTP Payload for Text Conversation interleaved in an audio stream RTP Payload for text, intended for transit gateways where number of ports may be an issue. (historic RFC)

References RFC4103 normatively.

Transport Approved.
draft-hellstrom-textpreview Presentation of Text Conversation in realtime and en-bloc form Presentation of real-time text conversations Presentation procedures Draft
draft-hellstrom-textgwy Real-time text interworking between PSTN and IP networks Interworking procedures between PSTN textphones and SIP with real-time text Call control and media handling Draft (to be updated)
draft-hellstrom-text-turntaking Registration of the Real-time-text Media Feature Tag Registration of a capability for real-time text. SIP Session level capability Draft (to be updated)
draft-hellstrom-text-conference Text media handling in RTP based real-time and message conferences Procedures for multi-party sessions with RTP based real-time text RTP session details Draft

IETF General documents of specific interest for accessibility

Specification Title Explanation Type Status
IETF RFC 2833 RTP Payload for DTMF Digits, Telephony Tones and Telephony Signals Encoding and transport of tones over IP Transport Approved,

obsoleted by RFC 4733

IETF RFC 4566 Session Description Protocol Contains "text" as an allowable media type in multimedia calls. Call control Approved
IETF RFC 2198 Redundancy for RTP payloads Used in RFC4103 for reliability of text traffic Transport Approved
IETF RFC 2805 Media Gateway Control Protocol Architecture and Requirements Contains text gateway requirements Procedure requirements Approved
IETF RFC 3840 Indicating User Agent Capabilities in the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Can be useful for preference and capability indication for service invocation Call control Approved
IETF RFC 3841 Caller Preferences for the Session Initiation Protocol Can be useful for preference and capability indication for service invocation Call control Approved
IETF RFC 4733 Definition of events for telephony tones References RFC4103. Transport Approved, obsoletes RFC 2833
IETF RFC 4734 Definition of Events For Modem, FAX, and Text Telephony Signals Text telephone signals expanded.

References RFC4103.

Transport Approved
IETF RFC 4504 SIP Telephony Device Requirements and Configuration Text requirements included.

References RFC4103.

Device requirements Approved
IETF RFC 4117 Transcoding Services Invocation in the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Using Third Party Call Control (3pcc) Most examples valid for text relay service and text gateway invocation Call Control procedures Approved
IETF RFC 4597 Conference scenarios Real-time text included.

References RFC4103.

Service description Approved
IETF RFC 5370 The session Initiation Protocol Conference bridge transcoding model This RFC describes call connection methods that may be of interest for connecting a relay service or a gateway service to a call. Procedure specification Approved
IETF RFC 5012 Requirements for Emergency Context Resolution with Internet Technologies Requirements for emergency services in IP, including real time text.

References RFC4104.

Service requirements Approved
IETF RFC 6881 Best Current Practices for Communications Services in support of Emergency Calling Refers to real-time text for emergency calls.

References RFC 4103
normatively.

Service and terminal requirements Approved RFC
IETF RFC 6443 Framework for Emergency Calling in Internet Multimedia Structure for emergency services in IP.

References RFC4103 normatively.

Service requirements Approved RFC
IETF RFC 6263 Application Mechanism for maintaining alive the Network Address Translator (NAT) mappings associated to RTP flows.

Methods for keep-alive through NAT-router

References RFC 4103

Transport mechanism Approved RFC