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Managing SIGTRAN Protocols


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  • 4 Days Course
    Mobile Networks (Insoft Specials)

    Classroom + Online

    Course Details


    This course provides information about SIGTRAN protocols message structure, network architecture and stack configuration. The SS#7 protocols high reliability led to their adaptation over the new IP stack, the SIGTRAN protocol suite makes possible SS#7 signaling messages exchange over the modern IP-based telecommunications networks . SCTP, M2PA and M3UA protocols will be analyzed with particular focus.


    • SCTP protocol functions
    • SCTP associations
    • Streams and Chunks
    • Control and Data Chunks
    • Signalling Transport
    • Signalling Gateway
    • Application Server
    • ASP State Maintenance
    • ASP Traffic Maintenance
    • M2PA protocol and functions
    • Link Status and User Management
    • M2UA protocol and functions
    • M2UA messages
    • M3UA protocol and functions
    • M3UA Routing Context
    • ISUP over M3UA Routing Case
    • M3UA management messages
    • SIGTRAN Traffic Engineering
    • SIGTRAN Security

    Target Audience

    • Systems engineers who work with network signaling issues, technicians involved in next-generation telecommunications networks management, troubleshooting and design.


    • ITU signaling protocols for access and core network good understanding.



    The laboratory activities include SIGTRAN messages tracings depth analysis and cover all the different types of adaptation provided by the protocol suite (M2PA, M2UA, M3UA, etc.).