Session Controller

What Does Session Controller Mean?

Session controller (SC) is a real-time network application that uses Layer 5 routing for voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) connectivity. SC adheres to the following standard requirements the Session Initiation Protocol and H.323.


Techopedia Explains Session Controller

A session controller manages the following functions:

Session routing
Call signaling and control
SIP and H.323 endpoint and interconnectivity
Quality of service
Network security


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