SIGTRAN Training

Duration: 3 days

Introduction

SIGTRAN Training Course – ENO’s Signaling Transport (SIGTRAN) course provides a comprehensive understanding of the SIGTRAN architectural and technology. SIGTRAN (Signaling Transport) over IP is a working group within the IETF standard organization and it was developed to allow an interworking between SS7 network elements and IP based elements. Its primary purpose is to address the transport of packet-based public switched telephone network (PSTN) signaling over IP networks, taking into account the functional and performance requirements of the PSTN signaling.

SIGTRAN Training

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After completing this course, attendees will be able to:

  • Understand the basics of PSTN
  • Understanding the basics of IP networks
  • Understand the basics of transport signaling such as integrated service digital line (ISDN) (e.g. Q.931) or SS7 (e.g. ISDN user part (ISUP), SCCP, and so on) messages between IP nodes such as a signaling gateway (SG), a media gateway controller (MGC), a media gateway (MG), or an IP–based database
  • Understand basics of Q.921/Q.931, MTP2/MTP3, SCCP and user parts
  • Describe SS7 over IP signaling transport mechanisms
  • Describe the key components in the SIGTRAN architecture
  • List basics SIGTRAN protocols
  • Understand SCTP, IUA, M2UA, M2PA, M3UA, TUA, TALI, SUA
  • Sketch the connectivity of PSTN/IP network components and their importance in setting up packet based voice calls
  • Identify the issues with SIGTRAN implementation
  • Identify the importance of SIGTRAN’s functional and performance requirements and transport issues
  • Discover challenges with deploying SIGTRAN

PSTN and IP Networking Basics

  • Overview of PSTN and SS7
  • Overview of MTP2, MTP3, SCCP, TCAP, ISUP
  • Overview of TCP/IP
  • Voice packet transport
  • Overview of VoIP network architecture
  • UDP, RTP, RTCP
  • Overview of MGCP, MEGACO/H.248, H.323, SIP
  • Signaling in Switched Circuit Networks
  • Service Switching Point (SSP or central office switch)
  • Signal Transfer Point (STP)
  • Service Control Point (SCP)
  • ISUP (Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) User Part)
  • TCAP (Transaction Capabilities Application Part)
  • Mobile Application Part (MAP)
  • Signaling Connection Control Part (SCCP)
  • The Message Transfer Part (MTP) Level 1, 2 and 3
  • Messages in SS7: Message Signal Units (MSUs), Link Status Signal Units (LSSUs) and Fill-In Signal Units (FISUs)
  • What is SIGTRAN?

Signaling Transport over IP (SIGTRAN) Reference Architecture

  • SIGTRAN Architectural Model
  • Standard Internet Protocol (IP)
  • Common Signaling Transport (SCTP)
  • Adaptation Layer
  • Gateway Component Functions
  • SS7 Interworking for Connection Control
  • ISDN Interworking for Connection Control
  • Architecture for Database Access

SIGTRAN Protocol Architecture

  • Signaling Transport Components
  • SS7 access for Media Gateway Control
  • 931 Access to MGC
  • SS7 Access to IP/SCP
  • SG to SG
  • SCTP – Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP)
  • UA – Common Signaling User Adaptation Layers (UAs)
  • TUA – SS7 TCAP-User Adaptation Layer (TUA)
  • SUA – SS7 SCCP-User Adaptation Layer (SUA)
  • ISUA – SS7 ISUP-User Adaptation Layer (ISUA)
  • M3UA – SS7 MTP3-User Adaptation Layer (M3UA)
  • M2UA – SS7 MTP2-User Adaptation Layer (M2UA)
  • M2PA – SS7 MTP2-User Peer-to-Peer Adaptation Layer (M2PA)
  • IUA – ISDN-User Adaptation Layer (IUA)
  • TALI – Tekelec’s Transport Adapter Layer Interface (TALI)
  • SS7/IP – Miscellaneous SS7 over IP
  • SCTP – Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP)
  • M2PA and M2UA Comparison
  • SUA and M3UA Comparison

SIGTRAN on User Adaptation Layers

  • SIGTRAN Access Signalling
  • IUA (ISDN Q.921 User Adaptation)
  • V5UA (V5.2-User Adaptation) Layer
  • DUA (DPNSS/DASS User adaptation) Layer
  • SIGTRAN Network Signaling
  • MTP Level 3 over IP
  • M3UA (SS7 MTP3 User Adaptation) Layer
  • SUA (SS7 SCCP User Adaptation) Layer

SIGTRAN Functional Requirements

  • Transport of SCN Signaling Protocols.
  • Performance of SCN Signaling Protocols
  • SS7 MTP Requirements
  • SS7 MTP Level 3 Requirements
  • SS7 User Part Requirements
  • ISDN Signaling Requirements
  • SIGTRAN Management
  • SIGTRAN Security Considerations
  • SIGTRAN Security Requirements

SIGTRAN Deployment Case Studies and vendors

  • SIGTRAN Vendors
  • Lessons learnt from SIGTRAN

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