SS7 Training Overview | Signaling System #7 Training

SS7 Training Overview | Signaling System #7 Training

Introduction:

SS7 Training Overview | Signaling System #7 Training Course by Example

The SS7 Training Overview | Signaling System #7 Training course introduces the basic concepts on the first day. The more complex features of SS7 level 4 protocols are covered on day two following a thorough coverage of the underlying material on SS7 levels 1, 2, and 3. In this SS7 Training Overview | Signaling System #7 Training course, you will learn the history of signaling and the progression of the technology through both in-band signaling and out-of-band signaling protocols. The SS7 Training Overview | Signaling System #7 Training course explains the fundamental differences between the SS7 ITU-T and ANSI standards as well as the connection and connectionless signaling services. You will discover how SS7 supports cellular services such as subscriber roaming and packet-switched data services.

Signaling System No. 7 is commonly known in North America as SS7 and elsewhere throughout the world as C7. SS7/C7 is a system used to implement signaling and protocols for telecommunications networks. SS7 supports both fixed-line and cellular networks. In recent years, expanded telecommunications services have resulted in the introduction of additional SS7 protocols and functionality.

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SS7 Training Overview | Signaling System #7 TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 5 days

Objectives:

◾Basic concepts behind SS7 (Signaling System 7) Protocols and Network Architecture
◾Signaling Network Elements: SSPs, STPs, SCPs, and SDP
◾Signaling Network Structures
◾SS7 Signal Units
◾Signaling Links
◾SS7 Protocols
◾Message Transfer Part (MTP) Level 1-3
◾SCCP, TCAP and ISUP
◾MAP, CAMEL
◾MAP, CAMEL and CAP
◾SS7 in Next-Generation Networks
◾SS7 and VoIP
◾SIGTRAN
◾SS7 Enabling Products
◾SS7 Troubleshooting, Configuration and Testing Scenarios

Course Content:

Session 1: Signaling Overview
◾History of Telecommunications Signaling
◾Network Signaling Evolution
◾What is Signaling?
◾What is Out-of-Band Signaling?
◾A Summary of the Signaling Network Architecture
◾Network Signaling Evolution
◾The North American Signaling Architecture
◾Signaling System No 7
◾Overview of SS7, IN, AIN, Wireless, and VoIP
◾Standards Organizations

Session 2: SS7 Network Architecture
◾Service Switching Points (SSPs)
◾Signal Transfer Points (STPs
◾Service Control Points (SCPs)
◾Intelligent Peripherals (IPs)
◾Service Nodes (SNs)
◾Service Management and Creation

Session 3: SS7 Signal Data Links
◾Access Link (A)
◾Bridge Link (B)
◾Cross Link (C)
◾Diagonal Link (D)
◾Extended Link (E)
◾Fully Associated Link (F)

Session 4: SS7 Applications
◾Advanced Intelligent Networks (AIN)
◾Basic Call Setup Example
◾Database Query Example
◾Layers of the SS7 Protocol
◾What Goes over the Signaling Link?
◾Addressing in the SS7 Network
◾Signal Unit Structure
◾What Are the Functions of the Different Signaling Units?
◾Message Signal Unit Structure
◾Local Number Portability (LNP)
◾SS7 and Database Connection
◾Wireless Applications
◾OSS Interconnection: E911/911, LIDB, OS/DA

Session 5: SS7 Layers
◾Physical Layer
◾Message Transfer Part (MTP) – Level 2
◾Message Transfer Part (MTP) – Level 3
◾Signaling Connection Control Part (SCCP)
◾ISDN User Part (ISUP)
◾Transaction Capabilities Application Part (TCAP)
◾Operations, Maintenance, and Administration Part (OMAP)

Session 6: Network Service Part (NSP) of SS7
◾Message Transfer Part (MTP)
◾Data Link Level Signaling
◾SS7 Signaling Units
◾Signaling Network Function Level
◾Signaling Information
◾SS7 Signaling Message Types
◾SS7 Network Node Identification
◾SS7 Network Management Message Types
◾Link and Route Management
◾Traffic Management
◾Signaling Connection Control Part (SCCP)
◾Routing and Discrimination
◾Global Title Routing
◾Subsystem Management

Session 7: Signaling Connection Control Part (SCCP)
◾Enhancements to MTP Routing
◾Flow Control
◾Connection-Oriented and Connectionless Services
◾Global Title Translation
◾SCCP Management
◾SCCP Management Structure
◾Message Types
◾Task of SCCP Messages
◾Parameters of SCCP Messages
◾The Principle of a SCCP Connection

Session 8: Wireless Network Overview
◾Elements in a Mobile Network
◾Mobile Switching Center (MSC)
◾Base Station Controller (BSC)
◾Base Transceiver Station (BTS)
◾Home Location Register (HLR)
◾Visitor Location Register (VLR)
◾Short Message Service Center (SMSC) ANSI-41 and Mobile Application Part (MAP)
◾GSM, CDMA and SS7

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