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Subject: Report week 02


Topic: Next Generation Network (Continue)

o Mentor : Hon Dang Thanh o Presenter:rTin Mai Thanh o SDC Batch 7 VoIP Group
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Contents:
1. Components:
- C20 - GWC - Line GW - NCS line (cable line) - USP - IW-SPM - SST (important)

2. Protocols:
- Overview SIP & H323 - SIP vs H323 - H.248/Megaco vs MGCP

3. Define:
- Protocol between GWC-Line GW; GWC-Core; GWC-SST; SST-SST

1. Components
C20 GWC Line GW NCS line (cable line) USP IW-SPM SST (important)

C20
C20 is used to provide a platform for selected IMS functionality. It is possible to configure a C20 as an MGC 2000 supporting the IMS MGCF , with signaling gateway functionality provided by an integrated or stand-alone USP or SP2000.

GWC (Gateway Controller)


Gateway Controllers (GWCs) enable C20 to access the packet network backbone. Their two most important functions are: Controlling the operation of media gateways and other units that support trunk and line access to the packet network. Communicating with remote C20 sacross the packet network.

SAM

Core

GWC
LAN LAN Switch Switch

USP

Audio Server

Network Manager

Line GW (Line Gateway)


A customer LAN line gateway or Integrated Access Device (IAD) consists of a gateway software load running on a dedicated hardware platform to support VoIP. Specifically, it supports voice-only access to an IP backbone network for analogue subscriber lines. An MTA line gateway consists of a gateway software load running on a dedicated hardware platform (including a cable modem) to support VoIP. Specifically, it supports access to an IP backbone network for analogue subscriber lines.

NCS (Network Call Signaling)


NCS (Network-based Call Signaling) is an ASCII protocol that was originally based on the MGCP (Media Gateway Control Protocol) IETF protocol defined in RFC3435. NCS (Network Call Signaling), as used between the C20 GWC and the MTA, which passes though the CMTS. The purpose of NCS is to support embedded VoIP client devicesin a PacketCable environment, and the NCS profile has simplified and in some cases modified the base MGCP protocol accordingly.

NCS (Network Call Signaling)


In the C20 network architecture, NCS is carried endto-end between C20 GWCs and MTA (Multimedia Terminal Adapter) line gateways served by cable access networks, using UDP at layer 4 and IP at layer 3. C20 uses NCS to control the operation of MTA (Multimedia Terminal Adapter) cable line gateways supporting VoIP for analog subscriberlines connected via HFC access networks.

USP (Universal Signaling Point)


Use of the USP to support SS7 (Common Channel signaling System 7) signaling is recommended for existing C20 configurations. (New configurations use the SP2000.) The USP uses the CS LAN for intra-C20 communication, especially with the Core.

USP (Universal Signaling Point)


Intra-C20 Signaling via CS LAN The USP can distribute incoming SS7 signaling to the C20 Core and directly to GWCs via the CS LAN. The CS LAN interface used for communication with the Core and with GWCs is provided by a 100BaseT Ethernet LAN port on a USP IP system node (IPS7 card).

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USP (Universal Signaling Point)


The primary purpose of the USP is to enable a C20 to exchange SS7 signaling with a conventional TDM network such as the PSTN. The USP oriented terminations IBN7 (ANSI ISUP and interfaces. supports circuitSS7 signaling for ETSI ISUP, ISUP+), national national TUP
SAM

Core

GWC
LAN LAN Switch Switch

USP

Audio Server

Network Manager

The USP also supports circuitindependent SS7 signaling terminations for TCAP interfaces.
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IW-SPM (Interworking-Spectrum Peripheral Module)


The Spectrum Peripheral Module (SPM) is an advanced legacy trunk peripheral designed to support high-capacity applications by providing terminationsfor optical carriers rather than the copper carriers terminated by legacyDTCs. The Interworking SPM (IW-SPM) is a version of the SPM with carrier connections that are used to support highcapacity links for packet-based media streams rather than circuit-based trunks.

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IW-SPM (Interworking-Spectrum Peripheral Module)


The primary purpose of the SPM is to terminate external links to/from other packet network hosts, and to map media streams to/from these hosts on to channels provided by internal DS-512 optical fibre links to the ENET switching matrix. The IW-SPM is connected to packet backbone network, either directly orvia the C20 CS LAN, and communicates with remote hosts such as mG15Ks, via the backbone packet network.

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IW-SPM (Interworking-Spectrum Peripheral Module)

Figure 38: Hybrid configuration interworking via the IW-SPM


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SST (Session Server Trunks)


C20 uses the SST to support peer-to-peer trunk signaling with other C20s and with compatible peer MGCs such as the C20-A2. The protocol used is either SIP-T with encapsulated SS7 messages (ISUP or TUP), or SIP with no encapsulated SS7.

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SST (Session Server Trunks)


The SST also provides terminations for specialised SIP signaling, as follows: C20 can be configured to provide IMS Media Gateway Control Function (MGCF) capabilities, and to support two specific SIP interfaces via the SST: SIP Mg interface between IMS BGCFand MGCF for IMS-toPSTN calls. SIP Mj interface between MGCF and IMS I-CSCF for PSTN-toIMS calls.

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SST (Session Server Trunks)


The SST also provides terminations for RFC3842-compliant SIP signaling to/from message desks supporting VM/UM. For integration with Microsoft OCS/Lync 2010 server, the SST provides terminations for TR/87 CTI (Computer-Telephony Integration) signaling to/from the OCS/Lync 2010 server.

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2. Protocols
- Overview SIP & H323 - SIP vs H323 - H.248/Megaco vs MGCP

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SIP (Session Initiation Protocol)


SIP is an application-layer control protocol that can establish,modify, and terminate multimedia sessions (conferences) such as Internet telephony calls.

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SIP (Session Initiation Protocol)

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SIP (Session Initiation Protocol)


SIP supports five facets of establishing and terminating multimedia communications: User location User availability User capabilities Session setup Session management

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H323
H.323 is an ITU-T Study Group 16 recommendation that specifies a system and protocols for multimedia communications over packetswitched networks.

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H323
H.323 defines four major components for a networkbased communication system: Terminals, Gateways, Gatekeepers and Multipoint Control Units (MCUs). Terminals are client endpoints on IP-based networks that provide realtime, two-way communications with other H.323 entities.

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SIP vs H323

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SIP vs H323

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SIP vs H323

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SIP vs H323

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SIP vs H323

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Megaco/H.248
H.248 is a joint ITU-T/IETF protocol designed to support signaling between Media Gateway Controllers and Media Gateways. It is defined in ITU-T Recommendation H.248 "Gateway Control Protocol" and IETF MegacoRFC3015 "Gateway Control Protocol".

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Megaco/H.248
MEGACO/H.248: True open standard derived from MGCP with more efficient connection model and similar command set.( PVG, UAS, Line and Trunk gateways). MEGACO Media Gateway Control Protocol (IETF) = H.248 (ITU-T reference).

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TDM

SUCCESSION

XA-CORE MS MT M ENET LIM


AMS
Universal Signaling Point

XA-CORE

2*PP8600

PLGC LCM

Line GWC H.248


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MGCP(Media Gateway Control Protocol)


MGCP (Media Gateway Control Protocol) isan IETF protocol designed to support signaling between GWCs and the media gatewaysthey control. It is defined in IETF RFC3435. In the C20 network architecture, MGCP signaling is used between a C20 GWC and a customer LAN line gateway supporting analog subscriber lines.

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3. Define
Protocol between GWC - Line GW; GWC - Core; GWC - SST; SST - SST;

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Protocol

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Protocol between GWC SST: GCP


Generic Call Processing (GCP) Signaling GCP messaging is used between SIP gateways and the GWCs that control them. The functions of the most important messages are as follows: Call control messages are used for call setup and clearing. Media control messages are used to control the characteristics of a media stream associated with a call.

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Protocol between SST SST: SIP & SIP-T

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Protocol between SST - SST


SSTs terminate externally visible SIP/SIP-T signaling; SIP is interworked to ISUP, while SIP-T conveys encapsulated ISUP or TUP to be extracted and relayed onward.

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