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 To :  Vincent <vincent1941@g...>
 From :  Marian Podgoreanu <marian@v...>
 Subject :  Re: [yate] google talk protocol
 Date :  Mon, 02 Jul 2012 10:32:20 +0300
Hi,

The GMail plugin added support for XEP-0166 (it still supports the old 
jingle protocol).
Yate sends the session initiate stanza you showed in the mail because it 
detected google capabilities in presence stanza sent by your called party.
For incoming calls yate will detect a XEP-0166 session initiate initiate 
stanza and will use the XEP protocol for the session.

The GTalk application don't support XEP-0166.

Marian

On 7/1/2012 6:09 PM, Vincent wrote:
> hi,
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> I notice that the protocol used in yate is not same as google talk
> protocol at here (https://developers.google.com/talk/call_signaling).
> I'm confused that why yate can interoperate with gtalk. Where can I find
> the jingle protocol used in yate?  Does gtalk is completely compliance
> with XEP-0166 ? Thanks.
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> for example:
> yate's session-initiate is:
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>     initiator="caller@g.../yateD15A9B5F
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> responder="called@g.../gmail.3F516EDB
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> Regards,
> Vincent