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redirect server

A server that provides up-to-date routing information. For example, in a SIP-based telephony system, the redirect server may direct session initiation messages to a different user station depending on the time of day. See IP telephony.
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When a redirect server gets a request, it apprises the visitor about the location of the acceptor.
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The SIP part of the application tests SIP gateways, proxy servers, redirect servers, registrars and user agents, such as SIP phones.
SPIDER data is distributed to downstream addressing servers (ENUM servers and SIP redirect servers) via a published data distribution protocol.