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natively, the sending endpoint can request confirmation about specific capabilities that the far endpoint has already described. This could be used, for example, in a situation where there has been a break in communication and one endpoint wants to make sure that it still has the latest information about the other. Master-Slave Determination Situations can arise where two entities in a session want to initiate conflicting procedures. Consider, for example, a multiparty conference where several of the entities involved contain an MC and therefore could control the conference. For such situations, we need a method of deciding who is to be the master, which is done through the master-slave determination procedure. The master-slave determination procedure involves two pieces of information at each entity. The first is a terminal type value, and the second is a random number between 1 and 16,777,215. The choice of the master is first made by comparing the values of terminal type. Whichever endpoint has the largest value of terminal type is automatically the master. H.323 specifies the values of terminal type that should be applied to different types of endpoints. For example, a terminal that does not have an MC has a terminal type value of 50. A gateway that does not contain an MC has a terminal type value of 60. An MCU that supports audio, video, and data conferencing has a terminal type value of 190 and an MCU that is currently managing a conference has the highest possible value, 240. If two entities have the same value of terminal type, then the random number is considered, and the terminal that chooses the highest random number value is the master. In order to determine who is master, it is necessary that endpoints share their values of terminal type and random number. Such sharing is performed through the use of the Master-Slave Determination message and the Master-Slave Determination Ack message. Either entity may begin the master-slave determination procedure and does so by sending the MasterSlave Determination message containing a terminal type value and a random number. The receiving entity compares the value of terminal type with its own value and, if necessary, the received random number with another random number that the receiving entity chose itself. Based on these comparisons, the receiving entity makes the determination of who is master and returns a Master-Slave Determination Ack message. The Master-Slave Determination Ack message indicates the sender s view of the other party s ranking. If it contains a master indication, it means that the receiver of the message is the master. If it contains a slave indication, it means that the receiver of the message is the slave.
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