A Service record (SRV record) is a specification of data in the Domain Name System defining the location, i.e. the hostname and port number, of servers for specified services. It is defined in RFC , and its type code is . org. connection order as specified by RFC 5, in that all priorities and Presence Protocol (XMPP): Core >. The following are IETF Requests for Comments (RFC). (DNS NCACHE); RFC Domain Name System Security Extensions; RFC A.
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SRV records are also used by Outlookand Macintosh If a service has multiple SRV records with the same priority value, clients should load balance them in proportion to the values of their weight fields. This functionality can be implemented as part of the application.
Supported Platforms, Protocols, RFCs and Standards
Yes Platform See http: No support for partial document manipulation XPath. Views Read Edit View history. The following items are required in addition to the basic WebLogic Server requirements:.
Oracle WebLogic Communication Services supports backward compatibility as described in this specification. Table E-3 summarizes the ability of Oracle WebLogic Communication Services to support implementation of the enablers or application functions identified by each applicable 3GPP Release 6 specification.
DNS Standards Documents
The level of compliance is defined as follows: It is defined in RFCand its type code is SCTP supported only for Diameter traffic. In Microsoft Windows clients query for SRV records to determine the domain controller for a given service. The priority field determines the precedence of use of the record’s data.
The priority given here is 0, and the weight is 5.
Oracle WebLogic Communication Services supports the ‘X-3GPP-Asserted-Identity extension-header’ for use in applying access control and authorization constraints within the integrated security framework. If all three servers with priority 10 are unavailable, the record with the next lowest priority value will be chosen, which is backupbox.
Clients should use the SRV records with the lowest-numbered priority value first, and fall back to records of higher value if the connection fails. Webarchive template wayback links Wikipedia articles needing clarification from September Pages using RFC magic links. Additional RAM is required to support the throughput requirements of most production installations.
Retrieved 17 April In cases where specifications are part of a larger release plan, as with the 3GPP, Oracle prioritizes compliance with the latest ratified release in this case, Release 6.
Oracle WebLogic Communication Services is supported for production use on the operating system, hardware, and JVM combinations described shown in http: Oracle WebLogic Communication Services has been tested to run with the following databases for storing long-lived session data and for replicating call state information across regional sites geographic persistence:.
Oracle WebLogic Communication Services supports applications that conform to this specification. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Oracle Communicator default client. Other than the exceptions noted, Oracle Rgc Communication Services does not impose any restrictions on implementing applications or functions that are compliant with those associated with the Application Server entity described in the specification. SRV records are common in conjunction with the following standardized communications protocols: This should not be presumed to mean that the product is not compliant with subsequent versions of component specifications, although this document does not ketf compliance with those specifications.
Rrc WebLogic Communication Services supports cryptographic services, but specific algorithms that are used are subject to local availability and export control. See the Oracle Technology Network http: BIG-IP load balancer, versions 9. Gigabit Ethernet connections are required between engine and SIP data tier servers for most production deployments.