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SIP for Packet Trunking SIP is an evolving platform in which This information product is expected manuaal change as requirements and standards evolve.

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Therefore, Lucent Technologies reserves the right to change or delete any portion of the document, or to add information in future issues. Procedures required 5esss provisioning all aspects of the SIP platform on your switch and in your network.

How to comment Form http: ,anual can be ordered by phone, fax, mail, or on line. Specific ordering information is listed below. To order this information product online, logon to http: To order this information product by mail, write to the following address: Lucent 5esss Learning Organization N. Franklin Road Indianapolis, IN It allows for the utilization of more cost-effective maanual services. It also can be used to expand trunking capacity or to replace existing circuit trunks.

Interfacing with a IP network requires an understanding of the following IP concepts and equipment: This chapter describes the SIP architecture from a: The hardware view provides information about the various hardware components that are required to implement SIP for Packet Trunking. The signaling network, which uses session initiation protocol SIPand bearer network can be located on distinct physical networks, on one common network, or on distinct logical networks The bearer network looks the same from both a hardware and Bearer Network provisioning perspective.

Each termination is defined but there are no Msnual a packet call between 5eess network elements, an IP association is created between two endpoints, but no fixed paths through the IP network are provisioned Existing hardware and software components, including the administrative module AMcommunication module CMswitching module SMand peripheral units, are preserved.


Calls are switched in the time slot interchange TSI and an optical facility interface-internet protocol Some considerations when selecting a configuration are the capabilities of the existing IP equipment, the desired level of reliability, the provisioning effort, and cost The four-way handshake is initiated by the initializing packet switch with an INIT message.

The far packet switch creates a cookie and sends it to the first packet switch in an ACK message One near endpoint can also be associated with multiple far endpoints. Paths An association is a method to logically link two endpoints together to transfer data. An association set is a grouping of SCTP associations.

The purpose of an association set for the SIP capability is to support the transport of the SIP messages used to establish calls over a particular packet group. This increases the reliability of the signaling pertaining to a packet group. The shelf shown is the common shelf shelf 0. A fully equipped PSU2 consists of five shelves; the common shelf and four growth shelves The protocol handler data bus provides a data interface between the PHs and the DF2.

When a SIP PH transitions from the service selection state of serving or non-serving to the unavailable state due to a non-manual request, a major alarm is reported SCTP provides for protection against: SCTP uses a cookie mechanism which is started during initialization to provide protection against security attacks.

The SIP message contains the following: The terminating switch terminates the called party and interfaces to the PSTN. Connections There are two network connections, bearer and signaling. The two connections can be made through separate networks or through the The TPS also tears down the call and releases resources dedicated to the call. The call flow is now complete At this point, the call is in the talking state The call resources are then released There are several different switching module processor SMP processes involved in the call.

The determined information is then forwarded to the SIP terminal process and then the bearer terminal process Finally, the message is sent to the originating switch. The call path through the switch is established and remains available until the call is terminated The bearer terminal process request that the OFI open the selected port for this transaction.

Finally, the IP address and port number of the selected resource are forwarded to the SIP terminal process This message is in a compact, internal SIP format. The bearer terminal process takes steps to tear down the call by closing the port on the OFI and releasing used timeslots.


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Call flow is complete Media Description, name and address m: IN Connection Address Type: Ordinary subscriber 0x Session Initiation Protocol Request line: BYE Message Header t: Session Initiation Protocol Status line: The call scenario will be divided and discussed in the following segments: The determined information is forwarded to the SIP terminal process and then the bearer terminal process The selected OFI acknowledges that it received the information and opens the selected port The message informs the OPS that the called party is available and that ringing has been applied The determined information as well as the IP address and port number of the OPS bearer resource are then forwarded to the selected IP bearer switching module Finally, the message is sent to the terminating switch.

The SIP terminal process terminates any remaining processes dedicated to the call.

Finally, the message is sent to the terminating switch The final sections in this chapter will address the following: Since there is only one SM, is necessary to support all of 5ees signaling and bearer functionality on the same SM The maximum number of UDP paths could all be provisioned on a single SIP processor group if there were the maximum number of different far-end IP addresses with which to communicate IP network diverse IP routing be engineered.

UDP does not support multihoming IP addresses traverse different physical paths in the network.

UDP does not support multi-homing Refer to the Output Messages,document for additional information on these traffic reports SM is not being added. UDP transport supports only one IP address at each end.

You have completed this procedure. PHE2s and PH33s, respectively. Proceed to screen PH33 has been provisioned Repeat steps for each PH Enter the update command. Enter the insert command. Type and enter the previous screen command. Type and enter the previous screen command Type and enter screen Enter the ignore command for each Warning. Type and enter the previous page command. Proceed to screen 2. Mabual the insert command A maximum of 64 association ids can be defined in an association set.

Screen X is displayed and the cursor is located at the bottom of Screen X By default the alarm is disabled By default the alarm is disabled. IP interface name, IP addresses and 5rss masks.