Price 2590 + VAT
DURATION 2 Days

Course Overview

Architecture of the networks, which protocol is used for, train in the actual protocol, so that the key elements of its work are understood. In addition we will discuss some of the other leading protocols uses for this purpose and their interface with SS#7. Participants will gain in depth insight into the management of telephony networks, and will be able to work or manage projects involved in the use of such signaling.

Who should attend?

Engineers, Technologists and Students,Managers who need to understand the signaling architecture of Common Channel Signaling, and the protocol specifications of SS#7, which are used for controlling modern telecommunication networks and services, such as ISDN

Prerequisite:

Knowledge in Telephony

Course Outline:

. PCM-30 (E1)

  • Frame & multiframe
  • Configuration & PCM-30 line signaling
  • Alarms, checking & messaging
  • Timing, advantages & implementation

2. Introduction To SS#7

  • C.A.S. and C.S.S.
  • Associated & quasi- Associated modes
  • Network sample & signaling network structure
  • S.P. & S.T.P.
  • Signaling network definition (S.L., linkset, route, routset, L.A.T.A)

3. Introduction to SS#7 Protocol

  • OSI layer architecture
  • Functional architecture of SS#7
  • Preventive cyclic retransmission, signaling  message handling, signaling network management
  • Traffic in SS#7
  • SS#7 link by link principle

 

4. Advanced Services Based On SS#7

  • Custom local area signaling service (CLASS)
  • Automatic credit card service (ACCS)
  • Enhanced 177 (E800)
  • Advanced intelligent networks (AIN)
  • Custom calling features (CCF)

5. Custom Local Area Signaling Service (CLASS)

  • Why TCAP/SCCP?
  • CLASS- phase 1: ACB, AR CND,CNDB(*43)
  • CLASS- phase 2: CMWI, CNAD, SCE,SCA, CIDCW, ACRJ, ADSI

6. AIN (Advanced Intelligent Networks)

  • Protocol model
  • Network architecture (SSP, SCP, SMS, SCE)
  • AIN services       
  • Hierarchy of networks
  • Long distance connections
  • Connections capacities (speech & data)

7. Summary

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