blank.gif (43 bytes)

Church Of The
Swimming Elephant

7.4 Cascaded Mixers Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
7.4 Cascaded Mixers

Up: Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
Up: Requests For Comments
Up: RFC 1889
Up: 7. RTP Translators and Mixers
Prev: 7.3 RTCP Processing in Mixers
Next: 8. SSRC Identifier Allocation and Use

7.4 Cascaded Mixers

7.4 Cascaded Mixers

An RTP session may involve a collection of mixers and translators as shown in Figure 3. If two mixers are cascaded, such as M2 and M3 in the figure, packets received by a mixer may already have been mixed and may include a CSRC list with multiple identifiers. The second mixer should build the CSRC list for the outgoing packet using the CSRC identifiers from already-mixed input packets and the SSRC identifiers from unmixed input packets. This is shown in the output arc from mixer M3 labeled M3:89(64,45) in the figure. As in the case of mixers that are not cascaded, if the resulting CSRC list has more than 15 identifiers, the remainder cannot be included.

Next: 8. SSRC Identifier Allocation and Use

Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
7.4 Cascaded Mixers


Protect yourself from cyberstalkers, identity thieves, and those who would snoop on you.
Stop spam from invading your inbox without losing the mail you want. We give you more control over your e-mail than any other service.
Block popups, ads, and malicious scripts while you surf the net through our anonymous proxies.
Participate in Usenet, host your web files, easily send anonymous messages, and more, much more.
All private, all encrypted, all secure, all in an easy to use service, and all for only $5.95 a month!

Service Details

Have you gone to church today?
All pages ©1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Church of the Swimming Elephant unless otherwise stated
Church of the Swimming Elephant©1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 is a wholly owned subsidiary of Packetderm, LLC.

Packetderm, LLC
210 Park Ave #308
Worcester, MA 01609