On 06/22/2012 12:56 PM, Bruce B wrote:
Which one of these ensures that SIP packets are sent and received in a secure format so that users using public wifi don't allow MITM type of attacks or others can't read the plaintext SIP packet info. VPN is not an option. Looking for 2nd most secure to VPN.
SIP over TLS (what used to be called SSL) is what secures the SIP signaling. SRTP is for securing media streams.
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