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mgcf header imageSS7 Media Gateway Controller Function

“The SVI_MGCF Media Gateway Controller Function provides a gateway between traditional Circuit Switched SS7 networks and next generation IMS networks such as LTE/ VoLTE.”

Dimensions

Simultaneous Calls Supports up to 10,000
Connectivity Connects up to 100 Media Gateways

SS7 Dimensions

SS7 Signalling links 2 to 256
Originating Point Codes OPC 32
Destination Point Codes DPC 1024
Linksets 128
A, F link support Yes

SS7 Protocols

ISUP ANSI ISUP - T1.113.1 to T1.113.4
  GR-246, Telcordia ISUP (T1.113.1 to T1.113.4)
  ITU ISUP - Q.761-Q.764 Blue & White Book
  TTC - JT- Q761-Q764
  ETSI ISUP- EN 300 356-1
  China YDN 038 China
  French SSURF (SPIROU)
  Australia ACIF AG500
  Belgium C2122 Ed.2
  Finland SFS 5779
  Germany ZZN7 3.0.0
  Hong Kong HKTA 2202
  Italy Specifica Tecnica N.763
  Mexico NOM-112SCTI
  Sweden 8211-A335, 8221-A325
  UK PNO-ISC/SPEC/007
  Russia ISUP-R
  Kazakhstan ISUP-K
  New Zealand PTC
  Lithuanian
  Brazilian 210-110-724
  Swiss
  Pakistan
  Spanish
TUP ITU TUP Q721-Q725
  Chinese GF 001- 9001
  Brazil
IUP UK PNO-ISC/SPEC/006
SCCP ITUT Q711-Q714
  JT-Q711-G714
  ETSI ETS 300 589
  ANSI T1.112
TCAP CNAM ANSI T1.641-1995 (R2004) Calling Name Identification Presentation
  LNP GR-1936-CORE

SS7 - SIP Performance

Date Tested August 2013
Server CPU Quad Core 2.2Ghz
Server RAM 2 GB RAM
Server Form Factor PCI
Message Flow SIP > SS7 ISUP SS7 ISUP > SIP
BHCA 7,200,000
Call Attempts /sec 2000/s
% CPU Usage Avg 25%
Call Completion 99.9998%
Simultaneous Calls 100,000

VoIP Protocols

SIP RFC 3261 Session Initiate Protocol
  RFC 2976 SIP INFO Method
  RFC 3398 ISUP-SIP Mapping
  RFC 3515 Refer Method
  RFC 3578 Overlap
  RFC 2327 Session Description Protocol
  RFC 3581 An Extension to the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) for Symmetric Response Routing
  RFC 3665 Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Basic Call Flow Examples
  RFC 3666 Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) Call Flows
  RFC 3892 Referred-By Mechanism
  RFC 3891 "Replaces" Header
  RFC 3311 Update Method
  RFC 4566 Session Description Protocol
  RFC 5806 Diversion Indication in SIP
  RFC 3398 ISUP to SIP Mapping
  RFC 3326 The Reason Header Field
  RFC 2543 Session Initiation Protocol
  RFC 3262 Reliability of Provisional Responses
  draft-levy-sip-diversion
  draft-ietf-sip-privacy
SIP-T RFC 3372 Session Initiation Protocol for Telephones (SIP-T)
SIP-I ITU Q.1912 for ISUP/C7-to-SIP inter working

3GPP Protocols

  3GPP Compliant Media Gateway Control Function
  SIP Interfaces Mj Mg

ISDN Protocols

ISDN AT&T 41449/59 (AT&T ISDN PRI)
  (Bellcore GR-1268)
  ETSI PRI (ETS 300 102)
  ETSI QSIG (ETS 300 172)
  ITUT PRI (Q931,DSS1)
  NIS A211-1
  NI1 + NI2
  TS014, 1TR6, VN3

SIGTRAN

SCTP RFC 2960 Stream Control Transmission Protocol
M2UA RFC 3331 Signaling System 7 (SS7) Message Transfer Part 2 (MTP2) -User Adaptation Layer (M2UA)
M3UA RFC 3332 Signaling System 7 (SS7) Message Transfer Part 3 (MTP3) - User Adaptation Layer (M3UA)
SUA RFC 3868 Signaling Control Part User Adaptation Layer (SUA)
M2PA RFC 4165 Signalling System 7 (SS7) Message Transfer Part 2 (MTP2) User Peer-to-Peer Adaptation Layer (M2PA)
IUA RFC 3057 ISDN Q.921-User Adaptation Layer (IUA)

Statistics

  Call statistics (Ingress, egress)
  ASR, PDD, ACD, QoS, (native and SNMP)
  CDR analysis

Physical Dimensions

Physical Interfaces Dependant on Deployment
E1/T1/T3 J1 (configurable) STM-1/DS3/OC3
Form Factor PCI
Chassis 1U – Telco Standard