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 Telocator Network Paging Protocol?

Answer The Telocator Network Paging Protocol (TNPP) is a paging industry standard for moving data between paging terminals. It is a neutral protocol which enables incompatible terminals to exchange data.
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Explain how a VOIP call is set-up and carried over an IP network using the SIP protocol and a SIP proxy server?

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