SS7 Interface to Packet Training

SS7 Interface to Packet Training


SS7 Interface to Packet Training Course Description

The SS7 Interface to Packet course provides an understanding of how the SS7 protocol is transported over packet networks using IP. It details the family of protocols that provide reliable datagram service and user layer adaptations for the SS7 protocol. This protocol was originally intended to allow new VoIP networks the ability to easily interconnect with legacy PSTN networks and utilize the services that customers need and expect.

Exercises are provided throughout the SS7 Interface to Packet Training course, re-enforcing a practical understanding of the material. ENO will provide each student with a high-quality workbook and all of the necessary supplies

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With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

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Duration: 2-3 days


This SS7 Interface to Packet Training course starts by giving the student a thorough overview of the structure of the SS7 protocol and how it used today. Knowledge of SS7 is essential to thoroughly understand the Sigtran family of protocols. It then details how a suite of protocols known as Sigtran adapts the SS7 layers for transport over packet-based etworks. Emphasis is placed on the most significant protocol defined by the Sigtran group – the Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP). Each Adaptation Layer – M2PA, M2UA, M3UA and SUA – are then detailed

Course Content:

CCS Architecture
◾CCS services
◾Modes of operation
◾Network nodes & architecture
◾Link configurations
◾Network addresses
◾Introduction to high-speed links

Overview of SS7 Protocol
◾Supporting documentation
◾Signal unit types
◾MTP layer 1
◾MTP layer 2
◾Link alignment
◾Layer 2 functions
◾MTP layer 3
◾Message routing & routesets
◾Network Management
◾Route, link & traffic management
◾Transmit congestion
◾SCCP layer
◾Global title translation routing

ATM High-speed links
◾What is ATM?
◾Signaling ATM Adaptation Layer (SAAL)
◾Link alignment
◾Link status
◾Link measurements

Architecture and SCTP
◾Supporting documentation
◾IP Protocol
◾IP Network Interface
◾Signaling Gateway (SG)
◾Media Gateway (MG)
◾Media Gateway Controller (MGC)
◾IP Signaling Point (IPSP)
◾Application Server (AS)
◾Stream Transmission Control Protocol (STCP)
◾Introduction to the Sigtran suite
◾Architecture overview
◾SCTP packets
◾SCTP chunk types
◾Establishing an association
◾Terminating an association
◾Data transfer & flow control

User Adaptation
◾Overview of User Adaptation
◾MTP level 2 Peer Adaptation (M2PA)
◾Common header & M2PA specific header
◾M2PA user data
◾M2PA link status messages
◾Link associations
◾M2PA functions
◾Link initialization
◾Link proving
◾Receive congestion
◾MTP level 2 User Adaptation (M2UA)
◾Comparing M2PA & M2UA
◾M2UA mapping
◾M2UA message classes
◾MTP2 User Adaptation (MAUP) messages
◾M2UA parameters
◾SGPs & ASPs
◾Call flows
◾Link functions
◾Link alignment
◾Link out of service
◾Processor outage

MTP layer 3 User Adaptation (M3UA)
◾ISDN-UP and SCCP transport using M3UA
◾Message classes
◾Routing keys
◾Message distribution
◾Signaling Network Management

SCCP User Adaptation (SUA)
◾Connectionless & connection-oriented transport
◾Address mapping
◾Message classes
◾Examples and call flows

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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