Glossary

H.248 GCP – Gateway Control Protocol
# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
< Back to glossary

H.248 GCP – Gateway Control Protocol

The H.248 standard was initially a collaborative project between the ITU-T and the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force), with the ITU now holding overall responsibility for the protocol. H.248 is a media gateway control protocol which is used to create, modify and delete media streams across a MGW (Media Gateway), in addition to negotiating the media formats to be used. Transactions which carry the various H.248 commands are relative to contexts, which are created on an individual basis for each media stream being processed by the MGW.

Enhance your knowledge further with our OnlineAnytime Training.

We have package options designed for individuals, teams and organisations. Our packages include:

5G courses...new content and courses continually being added
Access to NetX...supporting in understanding network complexities
ITP Certified courses also providing CPD learning credits
Access via Tablet, Desktop and Smartphone...maximising learning opportunities
View our package options

Need more information? Want to know more about what we do?
Contact Us or Call +44 (0) 1524 844669

Working together with