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Edition 1.0
February 2014
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Oracle Communications Eagle
Sigtran IP Signaling Gateway
Provisioning
Student Guide

(R45 v2.0)
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<Insert Picture Here>


TK150 Release 45.0
SIGTRAN IP Signaling Gateway Provisioning
Version 2.0
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Table of Contents
Module 1 SIGTRAN Overview . 5
Module 2 Streaming Control Transport Protocol . 27
Module 3 Provisioning IPSG M2PA ... 38
Module 4 Provisioning IPSG M3UA .. 70 Module 4 Provisioning IPSG M3UA .. 70
Module 5 Verifying SIGTRAN Configurations .. 92
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Course Logistics
Course Instructor
Course Attendance and Participation
Certificate of course completion
Class Time and Breaks Class Time and Breaks
Start and end
Lunch
Stretch, refreshment, etc.
Classmates
Tent card Tent card
Name, company, position
Background / experience
Security
Laboratory
Building
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Building
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Course Objectives
After this course, you should be able to:
Explain the functions and features needed to implement
SS7 signaling across IP networks
Implement and Manage IP Signaling Gateway
configurations
Provision IPSG on EAGLE STP
Verify and Test SIGTRAN Signaling Links
Understand SIGTRAN related Traffic Measurements Understand SIGTRAN related Traffic Measurements
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Module 1
SIGTRAN Overview
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Module 1 Objectives
After this Module, you should be able to:
Define SIGTRAN
List the three implementations of SIGTRAN on the EAGLE
Know the benefits of IPSG over the other SIGTRAN
implementations on the EAGLE
Know which types of SS7 links that the IP Signaling
Gateway can utilize
List three IP based endpoints in an IP/SS7 network List three IP based endpoints in an IP/SS7 network
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Defining SIGTRAN
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SIGnaling TRANsport (SIGTRAN) is a standard in
which traditional signaling protocols are transported on
IP networks.
SIGTRAN is the name of a workgroup assigned by the
Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to develop
standards to govern the transport of signaling
information over IP
SIGTRAN t l f d ti i li SIGTRAN uses new protocols for adapting signaling
applications for Voice-over-IP networks to the PSTN
SIGTRAN is a logical extension of the SS7 protocol
SIGTRAN implements the SCTP protocol, which is a peer to TCP and UDP, but has
improvements They also defined numerous adaptation layers that maintain MTP2 and/or
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improvements. They also defined numerous adaptation layers that maintain MTP2 and/or
MTP3 functionality from the SS7 stack.
IETF is an open standards organization supported by ANSI, ITU and ISO and is tasked to
provide standards for all aspects of Internet communications.
For further information on SIGTRAN, refer to RFC 4960
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IP Signaling Gateway (IPSG) Benefits


Straightforward M3UA replacement of TDM A-links
Both M2PA and M3UA associations on the same card
ANSI and ITU associations simultaneously on the same
card
Administered control of Transactions per Second (TPS) Administered control of Transactions per Second (TPS)
throughput with up to 1 Million TPS system wide (feature
activations required)
Load sharing between Application Server Processes (ASP)
The SIGTRAN family of protocols used by the IPSG includes:
MTP2 User Peer-to-Peer Adaptation Layer (M2PA)
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MTP3 User Adaptation Layer (M3UA)
Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP)
The following features must be turned on for 1 Million TPS:
HIPR2 High Rate Mode
1M System TPS
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SIGTRAN and SCTP


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SS7 SS7
E5-ENET
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IP WAN
SIGTRAN
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SCTP
SS7 IP
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SS7 Protocol:
LS and slc
IP Protocol:
IP address and port
IP Protocol:
IP address and port
SS7 Protocol:
LS and slc
SIGTRAN and SCTP
SIGTRAN wraps SS7 messages in IP packets and transmits the packet across the network
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SIGTRAN wraps SS7 messages in IP packets and transmits the packet across the network.
SIGTRAN is based on the IP protocol replacing long-haul, point-to-point SS7 links between
network elements with IP connectivity.
The IP packets ride on the Streaming Control Transport Protocol (SCTP). SCTP is message
oriented. The protocol transports data through a sequence of messages as opposed to an
unbroken stream of bytes as in TCP (Transmission Control Protocol).
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Message Flow
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STP
LIM
C d
Eagle
STP
LIM
Card
SS7 SS7
2
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E5-ENET
Card
Card
IP WAN
Card
SIGTRAN
MSC
MSC
E5-ENET
Card
SCTP
SS7 IP
1
2
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4
5
6
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LIM
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SS7 Protocol:
LS and slc
IP Protocol:
IP address and port
IP Protocol:
IP address and port
SS7 Protocol:
LS and slc
7
Message Flow
In general, the steps for a message flow in an SS7 over IP network are:
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LS and slc IP address and port IP address and port LS and slc
1. A MSC/SSP generates an SS7 MSU (Message Signaling Unit) and sends it to the
EAGLE.
2. THE MSU is routed through the EAGLE to the network SIGTRAN interface card (E5-
ENET).
3. SIGTRAN places the SS7 MSU in the Data Field, builds the IP packet header and
sends the message out through the Ethernet port.
4. SCTP uses the IP Address and port in the header to determine the source and
destination of the packet. p
5. The IP packet is received at the destination STP.
6. The receiving SIGTRAN card extracts the SS7 MSU from the Data Field.
7. Using the Destination Point Code, the MSU is then routed to the next linkset and
delivered to the intended destination.
To optimize the performance of your network, evaluate the unique requirements and
characteristics of your SS7 IP network when provisioning the EAGLE. Consider the
characteristics at the IP layer of your system as well as the performance objectives of your
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Characteristics of an IP Network
Dedicated or Converged Network
Speed and Duplex
RTT Calculations and Stability (Minimal Jitter)
Eagle
STP
LIM
Card
Eagle
STP
LIM
Card SIGTRAN
SCTP
SS7
IP
Voice
E5-ENET
Card
LIM
Card
MSC
LIM
Card
MSC
E5-ENET
Card
IP WAN
PSTN
(VOIP)
PSTN
(VOIP)
Characteristics of an IP Network
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Characteristics of an IP Network are those factors resident with the IP layer of the network
and external to the EAGLE. These characteristics affect your network performance and
provide information critical in determining how best to provision your EAGLE for optimal
performance. Bandwidth for example, is a limited resource. The amount of available and
required bandwidth is determined by several factors including IP network characteristics.
These characteristics include, but are not limited to:
The design of your network dedicated or converged
Speed and Duplex
RTT calculations and stability
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Speed and Duplex


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Port A Link Attributes
Speed and Duplex
Speed and duplex are coded at the networks interface card and at the adjacent router. The EAGLE
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E
5
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interface card to the network can be either an E5 ENET/E5 ENET B card or a single slot EDCM.
SIGTRAN should always operate in full duplex. Tekelec does not allow for auto negotiation
between the STP and the first adjacent router. Should the customer wish to operate in auto
negotiation mode, it can be configured at other points in the network beyond the first adjacent
router.
How the speed is set on the SIGTRAN interface cards for your network depends upon the card type How the speed is set on the SIGTRAN interface cards for your network depends upon the card type
and the type of the network (Dedicated/Converged). A setting of 100 mbps with duplex set to FULL
is preferable.
This example shows the command used to display the speed and duplex parameters assigned to a
SIGTRAN card.
> rtrv-ip-lnk:loc=1111:port=a
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Following is an example of the command used to configure these parameters:
> chg-ip-lnk:loc=1111:port=a
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RTT (Round Trip Time)


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RTT (Round Trip Time)
Round Trip Time is the elapsed from when a message is sent to an adjacent node to when
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Round Trip Time is the elapsed fromwhen a message is sent to an adjacent node to when
the ACK is returned. RTT is the time needed for one full transaction.
RTT is calculated at two levels. The IP layer (ping) and the SCTP (Association) layer. The
RTT calculation at the SCTP layer is related to the provisioned association. Typically, the
RTT at the SCTP layer is greater than that of the IP layer due to the additional processing
needed to operate on the SCTP data.
A stable RTT is one of the most important characteristics of your network. An unstable RTT,
such as a RTT with consistent spikes, will cause bandwidth issues and jitter. SCTP timing
parameters are based on RTT values.
Management and control of these IP characteristics are outside the scope of the STP.
However, the Tekelec EAGLE provides methods by which to manage the variability of IP
network characteristics. For example, Tekelec recommends capping traffic capacity at 40%.
The EAGLE can then handle RTT spikes with minimal risk to bandwidth issues
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IP Addressing Overview
IP addresses consist of 4 octets
separated by dots
IP addresses uniquely identifies:
Network
Address
Host
Address
The 192.168.15.0 Network
192.168.15.3
IP addresses uniquely identifies:
A network
A host or node on a network
An IP address has 2 parts
192.168.15.3 192.168.15.2
LAN
The Network Address
The Host Address
Every network host has an IP
address and a Mask for identification
192.168.15.4
Mask = 255.255.255.0
IP Addressing Overview
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address and a Mask for identification
An IP address uniquely identifies a given network and may identify a given node within the
network.
An IP address consists of two main fields. The Network Address portion provides a unique
identification for the network. The Host Address portion identifies a specific host or node
within the network.
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A NetMask refines the IP
address to:
Uniquely identify the node
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Define subnets
Support an increase in
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192.168.15.3 192.168.15.2
LAN
A Binary AND operation is
performed between the MASK
and the IP Address values to
yield the unique host address.
192.168.15.4
Mask = 255.255.255.0
IP Addressing NetMask
Every host on a network will have an IP address and a mask.
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A NetMask refines the IP address to uniquely identify the host and to support an increase
in network capacity. A binary AND operation is performed between the bits in the MASK
and the IP address values to yield the unique host addresses.
Hosts or nodes on different networks require a gateway router for communication.
Binary Form Dot-decimal
notation
IP
Address
11000000.10101000.00001111.0000011 192.168.15.3
Mask 11111111. 11111111. 11111111.
00000000
255.255.255.0
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IP Addresses on the Eagle STP


Example:
E5-ENET /
E5-ENETB
Ethernet
Ethernet
A
B
SIGTRAN Module
IP Network
Network 33
B
Ethernet
Network
A
IP= 33.114.67.118 IP= 33.114.67.155
Ethernet B
IP= 34.114.67.118
Network 34
B
Ethernet
Network
IP= 34.114.67.155
Each SIGTRAN card has two physical interfaces (Ethernet port A and Ethernet port B)
IP addresses are assigned to the SIGTRAN (E5-ENET/E5-ENET-B) card, not the STP.
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All IP addresses related to the network for port A must belong to a different network than
the addresses for port B. (Using port B is optional).
Notice that the SIGTRAN card port must have the same network address as the router for
that network.
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SIGTRAN Networks
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SIGTRAN
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Ethernet
Switch
SIGTRAN
Router
Ethernet
Switch
IP
network
E5-ENET or E5-ENET-B cards must communicate to Ethernet Switches (one per physical
interface).
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The local Ethernet network delivers packets to a Wide Area Network (WAN) which delivers
the packets to a distant Ethernet Local network.
The distant IP Endpoint might be another STP or it might be some other IP signaling
device.
SIGTRAN treats each MTP3 link as a separate application (program).
The logical path from one MTP3 link at the near end to one MTP3 link (or its equivalent) is
called an association
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SIGTRAN Applications on the EAGLE


Tekelec has three SIGTRAN implementations:
IP Signaling Gateway (IPSG) which is a combination of
both the legacy IP Link Interface Module and the IP
G t i l t ti Th f t ff i d Gateway implementations. The feature offers improved
monitoring and performance.
IP Link Interface Module (IPLIM) which provides point-to-
point connectivity between EAGLE STPs
IP Gateway (IPGW) which provides point-to-multipoint
connectivity from the EAGLE STP to centralized databases
and/or Media Gateway Controllers
NOTE: IP Signaling Gateway requires EAGLE Release 38.0.1 and above.
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SIGTRAN Adaptation Layers


The SIGTRAN Adaptation Layer maintains SS7 concepts (e.g.
alignment) while using SCTP as a transport mechanism.
Tekelec has implemented two SIGTRAN protocols with IPSG:
M2PA (MTP2 Peer-to-peer Adaptation layer)
Replaces B, C & D links between STPs
M3UA (MTP3 User Adaptation layer)
Replaces A links to any non-STP IP based Signaling points Replaces A links to any non STP IP based Signaling points
SIGTRAN protocols are encapsulated inside the Data Chunks
of the SCTP protocol.
SIGTRAN Adaptation Layers
The Data Chunk carries the Adaptation layer. The Chunk will consist of a SIGTRAN
management message or an actual MSU
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management message or an actual MSU.
SIGTRAN protocols:
M2PA MTP2 Peer-to-Peer Adaptation layer
M3UA MTP3 User Adaptation layer
NOTE: SUA (SCCP User Adaptation) layer is NOT supported in IPSG.
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IP-Based Endpoints
Examples of IP-Based Endpoints are:
STP to STP
IP Enabled SCPs
STP to Application Servers
IP-based Home Location Registers (HLR)
Sh t M S i C t (SMSC) Short Message Service Centers (SMSC)
STP to Media Gateway Controllers (MGC)
Application Servers are databases that respond to transaction based queries.
The Media Gateway Controller receives call setup and call tear-down messages from the
EAGLE STP IPSG
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EAGLE STP IPSG.
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Application Servers
Signaling Gateway
Application
Server
Application
Server Processes
ASP1
IP SS7
MTP3
A
A1
A2
ASP1
ASP2
ASP3
Link Set
slc=0, Association1
slc=1, Association 2
slc=2, Association 3
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ASP3
AS1
DPC=1-1-1
Application Servers (AS)
Implement Advanced Services
Similar to SCPs but with many enhancements
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Similar to SCPs but with many enhancements
Unlike SCPs, Application Servers can initiate transactions
Answer queries from SSPs
Prepaid, postpaid, and automatic billing
Multimedia services
Voice over IP management and tracking
Short Message Services Short Message Services
An Application Server has one Point Code and Link Set
Application Server Processes (ASPs)
One AS can use multiple ASPs to support reliability and increased throughput through load
sharing.
Eagle STP can be provisioned to load share among ASPs assigned to the same AS.
Each ASP has one association. Each association connects to one MTP3 link (A, A1, A2, etc).
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Each MTP3 link is one slc in the Link Set.
Load sharing among MTP3 links is controlled by slc.
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Media Gateway Controller (Softswitch)


Signaling
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IP SS7
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Media
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IP SS7
Sigtran
Voice over
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Media
Voice over TDM
Media
SSP
SSP
SS7 over IP plays an important role in voice over Packet Network telephony.
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Gateway
Gateway
Media Gateway Controller (MGC) (Softswitch) provides the Media Gateway with the
directions that it requires to complete a call
Receives call setup requests from SS7 packets across an IP network
Translates each request into all of the commands an MG needs to complete the
call
One MGC can direct many MGs. y

Media Gateway (MG) converts among different voice protocols.


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Converged Networks
IP based SCP
Application
Server
IP SS7
STP/SG
IPSG
SS7 over IP
MGC
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IPSG
IPSG
STP/SG
STP/SG
SSP
MG
POTS
POTS
Voice over IP
SSP
MG
MG
Converged Network Protocols
The above slide demonstrates SS7 messages that are routed through the STP through A, B,
C and D links
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C, and D links
SS7 Messages are delivered to the next STP
SS7 Messages are delivered to an Application Server
SS7 Messages are delivered to a MGC
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Check Your Learning


Answer the questions to the best of your ability.
We will review all answers as a group.
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Module 1 Review
1. What standards body formed the SIGTRAN Working Group? __________
2. Name three SIGTRAN applications on the EAGLE: ___________________
3. IPSG supports both ANSI and ITU implementations on the same card. True
False
4. What IPSG endpoints respond to the transaction based queries?
_________________ and ____________________
5. Which SIGTRAN implementation supports A, B, C, and D link sets?_______
6. IPSG connects the STP to Application Servers. True False
7. Which node converts SS7 messages from SS7 to SIGTRAN?
___________________________
8. SIGTRAN cards provide how many Ethernet ports that connect the STP to the
Local Area Network? _________
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Course Notes
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Module 2
Streaming Control Transport Protocol (SCTP)
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Module 2 Objectives
After this Module, you should have an understanding of:
The Streaming Control Transport Protocol
SCTP Streams
SCTP Associations
SCTP Multi-Homing
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Streaming Control Transport Protocol


Features of the Streaming Control Transport Protocol
are:
Replaces the TCP protocol.
U IP Si li G t F ti Uses IP Signaling Gateway Function.
Implements Associations instead of sockets
SCTP Associations define:
The local SIGTRAN card IP address and SCTP port
The remote SIGTRAN card/device IP address and SCTP The remote SIGTRAN card/device IP address and SCTP
port.
SCTP Connections support:
Multi-homing
Multiple streams
SIGTRAN uses SCTP as a transport protocol.
RFC 4960 describes the SCTP Protocol
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SCTP connections are defined (provisioned) as an Association between two endpoints.
SCTP connections support multi-homing.
Each connection can have multiple Streams.
Each stream can support multiple data chunks.
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Four SCTP Streams


STP
Signaling Gateway
Association
Outbound Stream 0
(Management)
Inbound Stream 0
(Management)
ASP
(Application
Server
Process)
Outbound Stream 1
(Data and Mtc.)
SIGTRAN
IP
Interface
AS (Application Server)
( )
Inbound Stream 1
(Data and Mtc.)
Four SCTP Streams
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Streams provide multiple segregated paths in the same association. Streams are defined
separately by direction inbound / outbound. The number of inbound and outbound
streams is defined per association.
Though RFC 4960 allows for multiple streams, a maximum of two inbound and two
outbound is supported by Tekelec. The creation of associations default to 2 inbound and 2
outbound streams.
This four stream architecture optimizes:
Synchronization between data streams
Synchronization from control stream to data streams
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Load-sharing implementation based on Signaling Link Selection (SLS) across
streams.
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Associations
Associations define the IP addresses and SCTP port numbers
for both the local and remote host.
The core data for an association is the TUPLE.
1. lhost, alhost, lport, rhost, rport
2. Multi-homing is implemented by providing a value for the
alhost parameter.
Multi-homing offers an alternate route/address that can be
used for communication with the remote host.
3. Other important parameters of the association:
Association name, and the Adaptation layer
Each association has a unique name.
All other commands reference the association by the association name.
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Defining a SCTP Association


dd42
EAGLE STP
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EAGLE STP
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P t A
E5-ENET E5-ENET
SCTP
Association
Port A
Port A (1.lhost)
(3.rhost)
(4.rport)
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SCTP
Association
Parameters
Port B
Port B
(5.alhost)
(6.arhost)
TUPLE parameters that define the IP addresses and SCTP ports to use for the local and
remote hosts.
1 Lhost (Local Host) Hostname that represents the IP address of the local Ethernet
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Local Remote
1. Lhost (Local Host) Hostname that represents the IP address of the local Ethernet
port on the SIGTRAN card (See IP-Host command)
2. Lport (Local Port) SCTP port (any number greater than 10000). Tekelec standard
= SIGTRAN card slot location x 10
3. Rhost (Remote Host) - Host name that represents the IP address of the remote
host.
4. Rport (Remote Port) - SCTP port for the remote host application.
5. Alhost (Alternate Local Host) An alternate local IP address that can be used for
this connection. The Alternate Local Host parameter (if defined) is used to
implement multi-homing. The Local Host and the Alternate Local Host must be
defined as different Ethernet Ports of the same SIGTRAN card.
6. Arhost (Alternate Remote Host) An alternate remote name that represents the
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SCTP Multi-homing
A
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Raleigh STP
10.5.10.9
10.5.10.5
Primary path
Local Host Local Host
B
E5-ENET 1107
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E5-ENET 2105
B
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Multi-homed path
10.5.20.9
10.5.20.5
Alternate
Local Host
Alternate
Local Host
Alternate Alternate
Remote Host for
10.5.10.9
Remote Host for
10.5.10.5
Init SCTP Connection
You can reach me at 10.5.10.9 or 10.5.20.9
Init Acknowledgment
You can reach me at 10.5.10.5 or 10.5.20.5
Multi-homing provides an alternate communications path in case the primary path fails.
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You can reach me at 10.5.10.5 or 10.5.20.5
When SCTP initializes a connection, it will offer the local host and the alternate local host
(if provisioned) a usable IP address.
The response from the remote end will list its local host and alternate local host as usable
IP addresses.
If the Primary path fails, the SIGTRAN card will switch to the port for the alternate local
host and transmit packets to the alternate IP address for the remote.
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Check Your Learning


Answer the questions to the best of your ability.
We will review all answers as a group.
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Module 2 Review
1. The ________protocol replaces TCP and provides Multi-homing, Streams, and Data
Chunks.
2. Which parameter of the TUPLE implements multi-homing? _______
3. Having multiple segregated paths in one association is provided by?
a. Chunks b. M2PA c. Streams d. IP Header
4. List the two SIGTRAN adaptation layers implemented by TEKELEC
___________________________
5. Which adaptation layer is used for IPLIM applications? _______________
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Course Notes
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Module 3
Provisioning IP Signaling Gateway (IPSG) M2PA
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Module 3 Objectives
After this module, you should be able to provision the following
for M2PA:
1. IPSG cards
2. SS7 links, linksets and routes
3. IP addresses and Ethernet parameters
4. Default Router (gateway)
5. IP Host Names
6 Associations 6. Associations
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IPSG M2PA Network Example


STP 1 STP 2
Link Link
Port A
Port A
IP Address:
192.167.101.1
SCTP Port:
11010
IP Address:
180.100.200.1
SCTP Port:
11011
STP 1 STP 2
PC=120-10-1 PC=120-10-2 STP2ls STP1ls
A
B
A
B
Port A
Port A
Port B P t B
E5-ENET
1101
E5-ENET
1101
Primary Path
Port B Port B
IP Address:
193.167.101.1
SCTP Port:
11012
IP Address:
181.100.200.1
SCTP Port:
11013
In this slide, the solid lines indicate the local and remote hosts and the dotted lines indicate
the alternate local hosts.
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_____________________ y
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _Multi-homed Path
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Cards
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SIGTRAN
Linksets
IPSG M2PA Provisioning Commands
Destination
Point Codes
entcard
IP Links
chgip-lnk
Linksets
entls
chgip-card
IP Hosts
entip-host
Point Codes
entdstn
IP Routes
entip-rte
Associations
entassoc
Signaling Links
entslk
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Activate links
act-slk
Associations
chgassoc
Allow Cards
alwcard
Routes
ent-rte
This slide depicts the recommended order of data entry into the EAGLE 5 STP.
Assuming that initial EAGLE 5 Signaling Gateway configuration has been performed, the following steps for IPSG
M2PA configuration are:
SS7 configuration Part A
Add SIGTRAN cards ent-card
Add Destination Point Codes - ent-dstn
Add linksets - ent-ls
IP configuration
Define IP and Ethernet parameters for each port chg-ip-lnk
Assign host names to IP addresses ent-ip-host
Set default router, DNS servers (if used) and search order chg-ip-card
Define a second router when both Ethernet ports on a card are used ent-ip-rte
Configure SCTP associations from the local host and port to the remote host and port
ent-assoc ent assoc
SS7 configuration Part B
Add signaling links ent-slk
Add routes ent-rte
SS7 and SIGTRAN activation
Put the SIGTRAN cards into service - alw-card
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Put the signaling links into service act-slk
Change the associations to open and allow traffic on the associations chg-assoc
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Entering Application Cards


ent-card
ent-dstn
In this step, SIGTRAN cards
are entered into the EAGLE
system
ent-ls
chg-ip-lnk
i h
Valid card types for Rel 45
are:
E5-ENET
E5-ENET-B
ent-ip-host
chg-ip-card
ent-ip-rte
SSEDCM cards are not supported in
Rel 45.0
Parameters used are:
:appl- the application running on this card
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ent-ip-rte
:loc-the physical card slot location of the card
:type-the type of card being entered
IPSG supports protocols M2PA and M3UA, but not SUA.
Fill in the command parameters for the example network
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ent-card:type=______________:appl=______________:loc=______________
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Entering Destination Point Codes


ent-card
In this step, the EAGLE is
assigned the destination
point codes of all signaling
ent-dstn
ent-ls
chg-ip-lnk
point codes of all signaling
points to which it is expected
to send or receive data
This will include both
adjacent and non-adjacent
ent-ip-host
chg-ip-card
ent ip rte
adjacent and non adjacent
signaling points
Parameters used are:
:dpc the destination point code in the form of ANSI, ITU-I, or ITU-N
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ent-ip-rte
:bei broadcast exception indicator, determines if network management messages
are transmitted to the point code, values of yes, or no
yes indicates messages are not broadcast
no indicates messages are broadcast
:clli common language location identifier indicates physical location of signaling
point p
Up to 2,800 destinations may be provisioned on the EAGLE
Fill in the command parameters for the example network
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ent-dstn:dpc=_______________:clli=________________:bei=__________
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Entering/Changing Linksets
In this step, the EAGLE is
assigned the linksets between the
EAGLE and all adjacent signaling
i t
ent-card
ent-dstn
points
There are two parameters used
with IPSG that are not used with
conventional SS7 linksets:
adapter
ent-ls/chg-ls
chg-ip-lnk
adapter
ipsg
These parameters must be
entered with two separate
commands
ent-ip-host
chg-ip-card
ent ip rte
Parameters used are:
:apc- the point code at the far end of the linkset
:lsn- linkset name
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commands ent-ip-rte
:lsn linkset name
:lst-linkset type, m2pa uses B,C &D linkset types
m3ua uses A linkset type only
:adapter m2pa or m3ua
:ipsg=yes for IPSG linksets
slktps the number of transactions per second (TPS) that is assigned to each IPSG signaling link that
will be in the linkset, from 100 to 5,000.
lsusealm specifies the percent of the linkset TPS at which an alarm is generated to indicate that
the actual linkset TPS is approaching the configured iptps value for the linkset
slkusealm specifies the percent of the link fair share TPS at which an alarm is generated to
indicate that the actual link TPS is approaching the links fair share of its linksets configured TPS
(iptps). The fair share of the linkset TPS for a link is the configured linkset TPS divided by the
number of in-service links in a linkset.
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Fill in the command parameters for the example network
chg-ls:lsn=_______________:lst=_____:apc=_______________________
:adapter=________________:ipsg=__yes_____
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Setting Linkset TPS Thresholds


Example: A link set that has 4 links in the link set. The
slktps is set to 1000 tps. LSusealm is set to 80%,
slkusealm is set to 60%
Links in
Service
LS Usealm
(0115)
SLK Fair
Share
SLK Usealm
(0116)
4 3200 1000 600
3 3200 1333 800 3 3200 1333 800
2 3200 2000 1200
1 3200 4000 2400
Alarm 0116, slkusealm trips when the transactions across at least one link in a link set exceed the
signaling link fair share value.
The signaling link fair share is the sltps times the number of links in a link set.
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Lets take an example where we have 4 links in a link set. It does not matter whether the links are
on the same card or not. The slktps is set to 1000, lsusalm is set to 80%, the slkusealm is set to 60%
Example 1: (First row on table above) All links are in service. The total Link Set tps= 1000tps/slk * 4
slks= 4000 tps. The link set will trip alarm 0115 if the total tps in the link set exceeds 4000tps/ls *
80% = 3200 tps. The slk fare share is 4000 tps/ls div 4 links = 1000 tps. The slkusalm will trip at
60% of the fare share (1000tps/slk * 60% = 600 tps.) ( p / p )
Example 2: (Second row on table above): One link is out of service. The lsusealm still trips at 3200
tps, but now the slkusealm doesnt trip until 800 tps.
In this way, as two links go out of service, the lsusealm is still 3200 tps, but now the slkUsealm
doesnt trip until 1200 tps.
With three links out, lsusealm is still 3200 tps, but the slkUsealm is way up at 2400 tps.
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Changing IP Links
ent-card
ent-dstn
In this step, Link
Parameters for IP cards are
configured for the Ethernet
ent-ls
chg-ip-lnk
t i h t
configured for the Ethernet
hardware
ent-ip-host
chg-ip-card
ent-ip-rte
Parameters used are:
:loc - card location for the IP link
:port Physical port used on the card for the IP link
:ipaddr the IP address assigned to the Ethernet interface on the IP card
:submask the subnet mask of the IP Interface
d th b d idth i bit d f th i t f
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ent ip rte
:speed - the bandwidth in megabits per second of the interface
:duplex the mode of operation of the interface
:mcast enables or disables multicast support for the interface
:mactype the Media Access Control type of the interface
:auto Do Not Use auto=yes
Fill in the command parameters for the example network
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chg-ip-
lnk:loc=________:port=_____:ipaddr=__________________:speed=_________
submask=____________:duplex=__________:mactype=____________
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Adding an IP Host
ent-card
ent-dstn
This procedure associates
hostnames with IP
dd
ent-ls
chg-ip-lnk
addresses
Identifies either the local
end equipment or remote
end equipment
ent-ip-host
chg-ip-card
Parameters used are:.
:host the host name to be associated with the IP address
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ent-ip-rte
:ipaddr - the IP address to be associated with the hostname
:type - specifies if the host resides on the local or remote end of the IP link
Host name format example:
location name card type card location ethernet port
rlgh enet 1101 a
:
Fill in the command parameters for the example network
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ent-ip-
host:host=_______________:ipaddr=______________________:type=_______
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Provisioning IP Cards
ent-card
ent-dstn
This procedure is used to
change the IP stack
parameters associated with
ent-ls
chg-ip-lnk
parameters associated with
an IP card
Determines the Host Table
search order
Determines if DNS Servers ent-ip-host
chg-ip-card
ent ip rte
Determines if DNS Servers
are used
Parameters used are:
:loc the card location of the IP card
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ent-ip-rte
:srchordr the host table search order
:dnsa domain name server A IP address
:dnsb domain name server B IP address
:defrouter Default router IP address
Fill in the command parameters for the example network
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chg-ip-
card:loc=__________:srchordr=_________:defrouter=______________________
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Provisioning IP Routes
ent-card
ent-dstn
This procedure defines the
IP address of a second
router if used
ent-ls
chg-ip-lnk
t i h t
router if used
ent-ip-host
chg-ip-card
ent-ip-rte
Parameters used are:
::loc the location of the IP card that the IP route will be assigned to
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ent ip rte
:dest the IP address of the remote host or network
:submask the subnet mask of the destination IP address
:gtwy the IP address of the gateway or router that will send the IP data to its final
destination
Fill in the command parameters for the example network
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ent-ip-
rte:loc=__________:dest=__________________:submask=__________________
:gtwy=____________________
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Adding an IPSG M2PA Association


ent-assoc
ent-slk
This procedure defines the
M2PA Associations
Associations must be
ent-rte
alw-card
Associations must be
entered on both local and
remote ends
act-slk
chg-assoc
Parameters used are:
:aname the name assigned to the association
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:lhost local hostname
:lport the SCTP port number of the local host
:rhost remote hostname
:rport the SCTP port number of the remote host
:adapter the adapter layer for the association, m2pa or m3ua
lh h l l l h d f l i h i :alhost the alternate local host name used for multi-homing
Fill in the command parameters for the example network
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ent-
assoc:aname=_______________:lhost=_____________________:adapter=_______
:lport=___________:rhost=_______________:rport=_______________
:alhost=____________
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Provisioning Multihome Associations


The chg-assoc command modifies a Unihome
association to allow fail-over to an alternate
physical Ethernet port.
chg-assoc : < command to modify association >
aname = aralncenet1107a : < repeat from en-assoc >
alhost = clay1nc.e5enet.1107b : < must be opposite port to lhost >
rhost = ralnc.dcm.2105b : < must be opposite port to rhost
in the ent-assoc command>
y
in the ent assoc command>
rhosttype= alternate < means rhost (above) is arhost >
rhostval=match < see notes >
Note: The lport values must be unique between multiple associations on
the same port.
The chg-assoc command can be used to provide the alternate path to fail over to if the
primary path fails
The path is fromalhost to rhost
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The path is from alhost to rhost.
rhosttype = alternate says that the rhost this time is an alternate host, not a primary host.
rhostval can have any one of two values
relaxed The remote host can be negotiated when the association is established. If
the other end offers a new rhost, use that one. If you set this mode, then rhost and
rhosttype are both optional. The drawback to this mode is that if the primary path
fails and the association goes down, it cannot come back up on the alternate path.
match (Sometimes known as strict mode.) When the association comes up, the
other end must offer this host IP address as the alternate. If it does not the link
cannot come up. The other end must be RFC 4666 compliant for this mode to work.
The advantage of this mode is that if the primary path fails, the association can go
down and come up on the alternate path. If the primary path fails, the alternate
then becomes primary for all practical purposes
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then becomes primary for all practical purposes.
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Entering IPSG Signaling Links


ent-assoc
ent-slk
In this step, the EAGLE is
assigned the location of
SIGTRAN Signaling Links
ent-rte
alw-card
These signaling links must be
added to one of the linksets
entered in the ent-ls command
The linkset name is used to
create a pointer back to the
act-slk
chg-assoc
create a pointer back to the
linkset table
A maximum of 2,800 links may
be added to the EAGLE 5
STP database
Parameters used are:
:loc location of link Interface card supporting the signaling link
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STP database
:lsn name of the linkset the signaling link is a part of
:link signaling link port of the signaling link card
:slc signaling link code a unique value for a each link in a linkset
:aname the association name assigned to a signaling link assigned to an IPSG
linkset
Fill in the command parameters for the example network
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ent-slk:loc=________:link=_____:lsn=________________:slc=_________
:aname=_________________________
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Entering Routes
ent-assoc
ent-slk
In this step, all logical routes are
entered for each point code
entered with the ent-dstn
command
ent-rte
alw-card
command
Normal configuration will have 2
routes for each signaling point
within the provisioned network
and 3 routes for each signaling
act-slk
chg-assoc
and 3 routes for each signaling
point outside the provisioned
network
The :rc parameter is used to
identify the priority of each route
Parameters used are:
:dpc point code of the signaling point in which the route is being configured
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:lsn name of the linkset being used for this route
:rc relative cost of the route, with a value of 0-99, lowest value indicates most preferred
route, and highest value indicates least preferred route
Fill in the command parameters for the example network
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ent-rte:dpc=______________________:lsn=________________________:rc=______
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Allowing Cards into Service


ent-assoc
ent-slk
In this step, the cards entered
using the ent-card will be
allowed
ent-rte
alw-card
When this command is entered,
data from the following tables
are downloaded to each allowed
card:
t d
act-slk
chg-assoc
ent-card
ent-dstn
ent-ls
ent-slk
ent-rte
Parameters used are:
:loc physical location of enet card
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ent rte
Fill in the command parameters for the example network
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Activating Signaling Links


ent-assoc
ent-slk
In this step, the signaling links
entered using the ent-slk
command will be activated
ent-rte
alw-card
When this command is entered,
the location and link for each
signaling link must be entered in
a separate command
act-slk
chg-assoc
If the configuration is correct, and
all signaling points are functioning
properly, and correctly connected,
all signaling links will align
Parameters used are:
:loc physical location of LIM card
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:link signaling link port used for the link.
Fill in the command parameters for the example network
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Changing an M2PA Association


ent-assoc
ent-slk
This command puts the
association into service
ent-rte
alw-card
act-slk
chg-assoc
Parameters used are:
:aname the name assigned to the association
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::alw=yes
:open=yes
Fill in the command parameters for the example network
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Verifying IPSG M2PA Signaling Links


rept-stat-assoc
rept-stat-card:loc=xxx:mode=full
rept-stat-slk:loc=xxx:link=xx rept stat slk:loc xxx:link xx
pass:loc=1101:cmd=ping 10.241.38.10
rept-stat-assoc: The association on the adjoining node must be provisioned and allowed.
Allow a few minutes after the card is allowed for it to build an IP stack
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rept-stat-card: Make sure the card is IS-NR (In Service and Normal)
rept-stat-slk: Make sure the link comes up normal
pass: We will discuss the format of the pass commands in the maintenance section For pass: We will discuss the format of the pass commands in the maintenance section. For
now, just copy the command as shown, substituting the link (a, a1). Do this for each link
you have provisioned.
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Learning Activity
Learning
Activities
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Activities
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Learning Activity 1: M2PA Provisioning


dd43
Provides demonstration and hands-on practice with IPSG
M2PA provisioning
After completing this exercise, the student will be able to:
1. Provision SS7 Routes, IP set up, host and associations
2. Allow and activate the IPSG cards and signaling links
Materials, Equipment, and References
1. STP EAGLE STP Commands manual
2. STP EAGLE STP Database Administration-
3. IP7 Secure Gateway manual
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Provisioning IPSG M2PA


Learning Activity 1: Provisioning IPSG M2PA
Documentation:
1. Use the IP7 Signaling Gateway and the Commands
sections of the user documentation set and the Student
Guide for help with any command or step in this lab.
Student Assignment:
1. Your assigned STPs currently have a C linkset containing
two low speed links. Your assignment is to change the low p g g
speed links over to IP links.
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R l i h STP Cl t STP
Raleigh / Clayton M2PA Network Drawing
Raleigh STP Clayton STP
192.168.108.3 192.168.108.5
PC=240-12-1 PC=240-12-2 clayncls rlghncls
Link Link
Port A
Port A
port=11010 clayncls slc=0 port=11010 rlghncls slc=0
192 168 109 4 192 168 109 6
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B
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B
Port A
Port A
Port B P t B
E5-ENET
1101
E5-ENET
1101
192.168.109.4
port=11011 clayncls slc=1
192.168.109.6
port=11011 rlghncls slc=1
Subnet mask=255.255.255.0 for all IPs
Port B Port B
Primary Path
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D ll STP H bb d STP
Dallas / Hubbard M2PA Network Drawing
Dallas STP Hubbard STP
192.168.108.7 192.168.108.9
PC=220-13-1 PC=220-13-2 hubardls dallasls
Link Link
Port A
Port A
port=11010 hubardls slc=0 port=11010 dallasls slc=0
192 168 109 8
192 168 109 10
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B
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Port A
Port A
Port B P t B
E5-ENET
1101
E5-ENET
1101
192.168.109.8
port=11011 hubardls slc=1
192.168.109.10
port=11011 dallasls slc=1
Subnet mask=255.255.255.0 for all IPs
Port B Port B
Primary Path
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Learning Activity 1: Provisioning IPSG M2PA


1. Login to your assigned STP
Login:uid=eagle Login:uid=eagle
(password) eagle
2. We must enter the card, create the required destination and change a linkset.
3. Enter the SIGTRAN card
ent-card (loc, type, appl)
4. From the assigned lab diagram, determine the point code of the STP on the far end of the
linkset. Record here: ___________
5. Retrieve the current destinations and verify that the far end point code already exist y p y
rtrv-dstn
6. Review output verifying the point code at the far end.
7. If the far end STP point code already exists, skip the ent-dstn and continue with linkset
provisioning or else enter the following command provisioning, or else enter the following command
8. Enter the destination for the remote STP
ent-dstn (dpc, clli, bei)
the clli (silly) code is the common language location identifier (dallas, bolder, )
9. The next step is linkset provisioning. First, retrieve the provisioned linksets:
Hint: KSR mode (F11) may work best for this command
rtrv-ls
10. A linkset should already exist to the far end point code. Record the linkset name of the C
linkset to your mate STP.
_________________
11. Change the linkset.
chg-ls:ipsg= yes: lsn = <from above>
chg-ls:lsn =<from above> : slktps = 1000 : adapter=M2PA
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12. We need to assign an IP address, submask and other Ethernet parameters for BOTH Ethernet
ports on the SIGTRAN card:
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Learning Activity 1: Provisioning IPSG M2PA


13. Since we are using multi-homing BOTH Ethernet Ports must be provisioned
Optional: rtrv-ip-lnk to see the defaults
chg-ip-lnk (loc, port, ipaddr, submask=255.255.255.0, duplex=full, speed=100, auto= no,
mcast=no, mactype=dix)
14. (repeat for BOTH Ethernet ports)
15 The IP and Ethernet parameters are now complete Next is the host table and association 15. The IP and Ethernet parameters are now complete. Next is the host table and association.
16. Fill in the table below for all hostnames.
Local Hostname Remote Hostname
17 Enter Host Names (4 Host; 2 local 2 remote)
Port = A
Port = B
17. Enter Host Names (4 Host; 2 local, 2 remote)
ent-ip-host (host, ipaddr, type)
18. Change the IP card parameters
chg-ip-card:loc=xxxx (card location):srchordr=local
19. Before entering the association, complete the following table:
Assoc
i-ation
Aname Lhost Lport Alhost Rhost Rport Adapter
Port A
Port B
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Learning Activity 1: Provisioning IPSG M2PA


20. Enter two associations with MULTI-HOMING
ent-assoc (aname, lhost, lport, rhost, rport, adapter) ( , , p , , p , p )
chg-assoc (aname, alhost)
21. To determine what links are in the linkset, retrieve the details of the linkset:
rtrv-ls: lsn=<linksetName>
22. Record the following link information:
Location Link SLC
23. We have two existing low speed links in the linkset. We will delete a link (slc=0) and replace it
with a link on the SIGTRAN card.
24. Before you can delete a link, you must deactivate the link:
dact slk: loc= : link=<link> (fromabove) dact-slk: loc= : link=<link> (from above)
dlt-slk: loc=: link=<link>
25. Enter the IP signaling link with a slc value=0
ent-slk (loc, link, slc, lsn, aname)
26. Retrieve the associations and check your work
rtrv-assoc
27. Check to see if there are any routes in the database.
rtrv-rte
28. If routes already exist, skip ent-rte and go to allow card
29. Enter a route for each SSP point code to use the C link
ent-rte (dpc, lsn, rc=30)
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Learning Activity 1: Provisioning IPSG M2PA


30. It is now time to turn up the first IP link.
31 Allow card activate link and open and allow association 31. Allow card, activate link, and open and allow association.
alw-card: loc=xxxx
act-slk: loc=xxxx:link=xxxx
chg-assoc:aname=xxxx:open=yes:alw=yes
32. We will now delete the second low speed link (slc=1)
33. Before you can delete a link, you must deactivate the link:
dact-slk: loc= : link=<link> (from above)
dlt-slk: loc=: link=<link>
34. Enter the IP signaling link with a slc value=1
ent-slk (loc, link, slc, lsn, aname)
35. Retrieve the associations and check your work
rtrv-assoc
36. It is now time to turn up the second IP link.
37. Allow card, activate link, and open and allow association.
alw-card: loc=xxxx
act-slk: loc=xxxx:link=xxxx
chg-assoc:aname=xxxx:open=yes:alw=yes
STOP! Inform the instructor you have completed the lab.
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Answer the questions to the best of your ability.
We will review all answers as a group.
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Module 3 Review
1. Which command assigns an IP address to a port on the SIGTRAN card?
__________________________
2. Which command is used to define the srchordr parameter?
____________________________
3. What command do you use to place an association in service?
__________________________________________________
4. Which parameter in the 5 TUPLE defines the Ethernet port that will be used for
the primary connection? _________________
5. SS7 messages are routed across the STP backplane to the SIGTRAN card based on
the DPC (Destination Point Code). True or False
6. SS7 messages are delivered across the IP network by using an association. True
or False
7. The SS7 link (a, a1, a2, etc.) determines which association is used.
T F l True or False
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Course Notes
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Module 4
Provisioning IP Signaling Gateway (IPSG) M3UA
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Module 4 Objectives
After this module, you should be able to provision the following
item for M3UA:
1. IPSG cards
2. SS7 links, linksets and routes
3. IP addresses and Ethernet parameters
4. Default Router (gateway)
5. IP Host Names
6 Associations 6. Associations
7. Network Appearance
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IPSG M3UA Network Example


E5-ENET
1102
A
PC=1-1-1
Network ASP1
N t k ASP2
192.168.101.102 port=11020
STP A
PC=1 1 2
PC 1-1-3
Network
AS
Network ASP2
192.168.101.103 port=11030
STP A
E5-ENET
1102
A
PC=1-1-2
STP B
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IPSG M3UA Provisioning Commands


ent-assoc
ent-na
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ent-dstn
enable-ctrl-feat
ent-slk
t t
ent-ls
chg-ip-lnk
t i h t ent-rte
alw-card/act-slk
chg-assoc
ent-ip-host
chg-ip-card
ent-ip-rte
This slide depicts the additional data entry necessary for M3UA configuration.
IP configuration
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chg assoc ent ip rte
Enter a link set ent-ls
Enter a network appearance in the network appearance table ent-na
Enable the Bearer Independent Call Control feature enable-ctrl-feat
SS7 and SIGTRAN activation
Put the SIGTRAN cards into service - alw-card
P h i li li k i i lk Put the signaling links into service act-slk
Change the associations to open and allow traffic on the associations
chg-assoc
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Entering Application Cards


ent-card
ent-dstn
In this step, SIGTRAN cards are
entered into the EAGLE system
Valid card types for Rel 45 are:
ent-ls
chg-ip-lnk
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E5-ENET
E5-ENET-B
SSEDCM cards are not supported
in Rel 45.0
ent-ip-host
chg-ip-card
ent-ip-rte
Parameters used are:
:appl- the application running on this card
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ent-ip-rte
:loc-the physical card slot location of the card
:type-the type of card being entered
IPSG supports protocols M2PA and M3UA, but not SUA.
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ent-card:type=______________:appl=______________:loc=______________
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Entering Destination Point Codes


ent-card
In this step, the EAGLE is
assigned the destination point
codes of all signaling points to
ent-dstn
ent-ls
chg-ip-lnk
which it is expected to send or
receive data
This will include both adjacent and
non-adjacent signaling points
ent-ip-host
chg-ip-card
ent ip rte
Parameters used are:
:dpc the destination point code in the form of ANSI, ITU-I, or ITU-N
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ent-ip-rte
:bei broadcast exception indicator, determines if network management messages
are transmitted to the point code, values of yes, or no
yes indicates messages are not broadcast
no indicates messages are broadcast
:clli common language location identifier indicates physical location of signaling
point p
Up to 2,800 destinations may be provisioned on the EAGLE
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Entering Linksets
In this step, the EAGLE is assigned
the linksets between the EAGLE and
all adjacent signaling points
ent-card
ent-dstn
The adjacent point codes (apc)
entered with this command must
already exist in the destination point
code table from the previous
command
ent-ls
chg-ip-lnk
A linkset name is assigned to each
linkset, and must be entered into all
signaling links in that linkset
ent-ip-host
chg-ip-card
ent ip rte
lsn- Linkset name
apc- The DPC of the Application Server (ASPs do not have Point Codes)
ipsg=yes
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ent-ip-rte
ipsg=yes
slktps= (See M2PA slktps)
lsusealm= (See M2PA lsusealm)
adapter=m3ua
rcontext= This is essentially an optional security measure for communicating with
Application Servers. If an Application Server is configured with a routing context number,
then the Link Set must be provisioned with the same exact number (from1 to then the Link Set must be provisioned with the same exact number (from 1 to
4294967295).
It acts as a filter, filtering out ASP active and Inactive messages when the numbers dont
match. It locks in DPC, OPC, and SI values so that once the link is established, other devices
that do not have the routing context cannot interfere with communication to the ASPs.
ASNotify=yes/no. Do you want to notify the Application Server of changes in status in the
ASPs? This should be set to match the needs of the equipment you are communicating
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with. Some AS want it on, some want it off.
Fill in the command parameters for the example network
ent-
ls:lsn=_______________:lst=_____:apc=____________:ipsg=_______:adapter=______
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Enter Network Appearance M3UA


ent-assoc
ent-na
The ent-na command has these
parameters:
(m): na - network appearance
( ) t t f t k
enable-ctrl-feat
ent-slk
(m): type - type of network appearance
(o): gc - group code of the network
appearance
ent-rte
alw-card/act-slk
chg-assoc
Network appearance identifies the SS7 network context of the message, for the purposes
of logically separating signaling traffic between the Signaling Gateway Process and ASP over
a common SCTP association. Use this command to enter a new network appearance in the
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chg-assoc
pp
Network Appearance table.
A unique network appearance value can be associated with ANSI, ITUI, 14-bit ITU-N or 24-
bit ITU-N networks.
When the ITUDUPPC ( ITU National Duplicate Point Code) feature is turned on, network
appearance can be associated with a specific 14-bit ITU-N group code.
The network appearance table can contain a maximum of 45 entries
Fill in the command parameters for the example network
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ent-na:na=_____________:type=__________:gc=_______________
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Bearer Independent Call Control Feature


The Bearer Independent Call Control (BICC) is an
SS7 protocol.
When this feature is enabled, the EAGLE will process
messages with service information fields (SIF) that are larger messages with service information fields (SIF) that are larger
than 272 bytes.
These messages are processed only on single-slot
SSEDCMs and E5-ENET cards.
Note: SSEDCM cards are not supported in Release 45 Note: SSEDCM cards are not supported in Release 45.
BICC ITU-T Q.1901
Bearer Independent Call Control protocol is a call control protocol used
between serving nodes This protocol is based on the ISUP protocol and was adapted to
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between serving nodes. This protocol is based on the ISUP protocol, and was adapted to
support the ISDN services independent of the bearer technology and signaling message
transport technology used.
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Enabling the Large BICC MSU Feature


ent-assoc
ent-na
The enable-ctrl-feat command
has these parameters:
(m):fak feature access key
enable-ctrl-feat
ent-slk
( ) y
(m):partnum Tekelec issued
893018401
ent-rte
alw-card/act-slk
chg-assoc
The feature is enabled using the features part number and feature access key.
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chg-assoc
The feature access key for the Large BICC MSU Support for IP Signaling feature is based on
the features part number and the serial number of the EAGLE 5 STP, making the feature
access key site-specific
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Entering IPSG Signaling Links


ent-assoc
ent-slk
In this step, the EAGLE is
assigned the location of
SIGTRAN Signaling Links
Th i li li k t b
ent-rte
alw-card
These signaling links must be
added to one of the linksets
entered in the ent-ls command
The linkset name is used to
create a pointer back to the
act-slk
chg-assoc
create a pointer back to the
linkset table
A maximum of 2,800 links may
be added to the EAGLE 5 STP
database
Parameters used are:
:loc location of link Interface card supporting the signaling link
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database
:lsn name of the linkset the signaling link is a part of
:link signaling link port of the signaling link card
:slc signaling link code a unique value for a each link in a linkset
:aname the association name assigned to a signaling link assigned to an IPSG
linkset
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ent-slk:loc=________:link=_____:lsn=________________:slc=_________
:aname=_________________________
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Entering Routes
ent-assoc
ent-slk
In this step, all logical routes are
entered for each point code
entered with the ent-dstn
ent-rte
alw-card
command
Normal configuration will have 2
routes for each signaling point
within the provisioned network
and 3 routes for each signaling
act-slk
chg-assoc
and 3 routes for each signaling
point outside the provisioned
network
The :rc parameter is used to
identify the priority of each route
Parameters used are:
:dpc point code of the signaling point in which the route is being configured
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identify the priority of each route
:lsn name of the linkset being used for this route
:rc relative cost of the route, with a value of 0-99, lowest value indicates most preferred
route, and highest value indicates least preferred route
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Learning Activity
Learning
Activities
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Activities
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Learning Activity 2: M3UA Provisioning


Provides demonstration and hands-on practice with IPSG
M3UA provisioning
After completing this exercise, the student will be able to:
1. Provision SS7 Routes, IP set up, host and associations
2. Allow and activate the IPSG cards and signaling links
Materials, Equipment, and References
1. STP EAGLE STP Commands manual
2. STP EAGLE STP Database Administration-
3. IP7 Secure Gateway manual
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Raleigh / Clayton M3UA Network Drawing


E5-ENET
1103
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PC=240-12-1
PC 240-12-10 Wendell ASP1
wendells 1103 A slc=0
192 168 108 1 port=11010
1103
Wendell
AS
Wendell ASP2
192.168.108.31 port=11040
192.168.108.31 port=11030
Raleigh STP
192.168.108.1 port=11010
192.168.108.32 port=11040
wendells 1103 A1 slc=1
192.168.108.1 port=11010
E5-ENET
1103
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Cl t STP
wendells 1103 A slc=0
192.168.108.2 port=11020
192.168.108.32 port=11030
wendells 1103 A1 slc=1
192.168.108.2 port=11020
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Clayton STP
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Dallas / Hubbard M3UA Network Drawing


E5-ENET
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PC 220-13-10 Tyler ASP1
tylerls 1103 A slc=0
192 168 108 1 port=11010
1103
Tyler
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Tyler ASP2
Dallas STP
192.168.108.1 port=11010
tylerls 1103 A1 slc=1
192.168.108.1 port=11010
192.168.108.31 port=11040
192.168.108.31 port=11030
192.168.108.32 port=11040
E5-ENET
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H bb d STP
tylerls 1103 A slc=0
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tylerls 1103 A1 slc=1
192.168.108.2 port=11020
192.168.108.32 port=11030
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Hubbard STP
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Provisioning IPSG M3UA


Learning Activity 2: Provisioning IPSG M3UA
Documentation:
1. Use the IP7 Signaling Gateway and the Commands
sections of the user documentation set and the Student
Guide for help with any command or step in this lab.
Student Assignment:
1. Your assignment is to add IP connectivity to the assigned
AS and ASPs.
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Learning Activity 2: Provisioning IPSG M3UA


1. Login to your assigned STP
Login:uid=eagle
(password) eagle
2. Next we will do SS7 commands (ent-card, ent-dstn, ent-ls).
3. Enter the card 3. Enter the card
ent-card (loc, type, appl)
4. Before creating the destinations for the application server , check to see if the point codes
already exist. If not got to step 5.
rtrv-dstn
5. Create the destinations for the AS.
ent-dstn (dpc, cilli, bei, ipgwapc)
6. Enter the linkset the linkset for IPGW has several new parameters.
ent-ls (apc, lst, lsn, adapter, ipsg, slktps, lsusealm=80, slkusealm=80)
apc specifies the adjacent point code
lst = specifies the linkset type
lsn = specifies the linkset name
adapter - specifies the adapter layer for links provisioned in a IPSG linkset
ipsg - specifies whether a linkset is entered for an IPSG card.
lkt d fi h h f th t t ti d (IPTPS) h ld b slktps defines how much of the system transactions per second (IPTPS) should be
allocated for this linkset)
lsusealm defines the alarm threshold for the linkset. Is a percentage of the iptps
parameter
slkusealm defines the alarm threshold for each link. Is a percentage of the iptps
parameter
7. Change the IP Link parameters
chg-ip-lnk (loc, port, ipaddr, submask=255.255.255.0, duplex=full, speed=100, auto= no,
mcast=no, mactype=dix)
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Learning Activity 2: Provisioning IPSG M3UA


8. Enter Host Names for the IPSG Ethernet port, IP address and type ( there will two entries, one for the
local host, and one for the remote host) , )
ent-ip-host (host, ipaddr, type)
9. Change the IP card parameters
chg-ip-card (srchordr=local)
10. Enter the associations for the IPSG two ASPs
ent-assoc (aname, lhost, lport, rhost, rport, adapter=M3UA)
11. Enter the Network Appearance
ent-na (na, type)
The na will be1 for the ASPs associated with the assigned network
enter once for the ASPs associated with the assigned network, i.e. Raleigh/Clayton, Dallas/Hubbard,
Denver/Salt lake, or Heathrow/Gatwick.
13. Enter a signaling link on the SIGTRAN card for the linkset created in step 9.
ent-slk : (loc, link, lsn, slc, aname*)
14. Enter the routes to the AS over the IPSG M3UA linkset
ent-rte : (dpc, lsn, rc=10)
15. Enable the BICC Control feature using the enable ctrl-feat command.
Partum=893018401
Fak=CFV9HRM55737C
16. Activate the BICC Control feature using the chg-ctrl-feat command.
This completes the IPSG M3UA setup. Time to put things in service.
17. Allow card, activate links, and open and allow associations.
a. alw-card (loc)
b lk (l l k) b. act-slk (loc, link)
c. chg-assoc (aname, open)
Note: If the value specified for the aname parameter refers to an M3UA
association on an IPSG card, then the alw parameter cannot be specified.
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STOP! Notify your instructor you have completed the lab.
* aname value must match the entry in step 10.
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Check Your Learning


Answer the questions to the best of your ability.
We will review all answers as a group.
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Module 4 Review
1. Which parameter in the ent-ls command provides security by locking in an OPC,
DPC, and SI? DPC, and SI? __________________
2. The ent-na command assigns a network appearance to a specific SIGTRAN card
provisioned in the Eagle STP. True or False
3. BICC guarantees faithful delivery of _______________________messages from
one MGC to another.
4. In IPSG M3UA, there must be one signaling link and association for every
___________ in the Application Server
5. In IPSG M3UA, the ent-slk command must come after the ent assoc command.
Why?
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Course Notes
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Module 5
Verifying SIGTRAN Configurations
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Module 5 Objectives
After this Module, you should be able to:
Use commands that verify SIGTRAN communications such as:
1. rtrv commands to verify provisioning
2. rept-stat commands for card/link and associations
3. pass through commands to verify protocol layer functions
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Where To Start?
Verify Provisioning
1. IPSG
Verify the protocol layers:
1. Ethernet layer
2. IP layer
3. Adapter Layer
Network Performance
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Verify Provisioning
IPSG, review all tables used in IPSG setup.
rtrv-card
rtrv-dstn
rtrv-ls
rtrv-slk
Has the linkset been
d i h
rtrv-rte
Is the card
properly
provisioned?
GPL=IPSG
Has the
adjacent point
code been
provisioned?
entered into the
system? IPSG=yes?
Is the Adapter type set
correctly? RContext?
SLKTPS?
Have the SLKs
been added to the
linkset? Correct
Association
specified?
rtrv-ip-host
Do the host names
specified in this
rtrv-ip-lnk
Does the Ethernet
i t f tti t h
Has a route been
entered to the
destination?
rtrv-assoc
Is the Association
rtrv-ip-card
If required, is
the Default
p
table match the
Association?
interface settings match
the switch or router?
rept-stat-card
Is the card in
service?
provisioned? Is it
Open and Allowed?
the Default
Router
specified?
rept-stat-slk
Has the SLK been
activated?
rept-stat-assoc
Is the Association
Established?
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Verifying SIGTRAN Cards


rept-stat-card:loc=1101:mode=full
ALARM STATUS
TERMINAL #1 CLLI:rlghnca0100w REL XX.X
Date 09-02-22 16:10:50 EST
3
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rlghnc0100w 090222 16:10:50 EST EAGLE xxxxx
rept-stat-card:loc=1101
Command entered at terminal #1
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CARD Version Type GPL PST SST
1101 132-031-000 E5ENET IPSG IS-NR Active
Signaling Link Status
SLK PST LS CLLI
A IS-NR clayncls claync0200w A IS-NR clayncls claync0200w
A1 IS-NR clayncls claync0200w
IPLNK Status
IPLNK IPADDR Status PST
A 192.168.108.3 UP IS-NR
Association Status
ANAME PST SST
claync1101a IS-NR ESTABLISHED
The rept-stat-card command also shows information not depicted on this slide concerning
GPL versions, IMT bus status and card temperature information
The rept-stat-card : mode = full command will provide TVG status details
Note: You must enter the card slot location to use the mode=full parameter
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Verifying SIGTRAN Associations


rept-stat-assoc
ALARM STATUS
TERMINAL #1 CLLI:rlghnca0100w REL XX.X
Date 09-02-22 16:10:50 EST
3
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rlghnc0100w 090222 16:10:50 EST EAGLE xxxxx
rept-stat-assoc
Command entered at terminal #1
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CARD IPLINK
NAME LOC PORT LINK PST SST ASPID
aden2sa1 1101 A A IS-NR ESTABLISHED 0
bden2sa1 1101 A A1 IS-NR ESTABLISHED 0
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command Accepted
rept-stat-assoc
rept-stat-card:loc=1101:mode=full
bden2sa1 1101 A A1 IS-NR ESTABLISHED 0
rept-stat-assoc
Reports status for all associations
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Verifying SIGTRAN Signaling Links


rept-stat-slk:loc=1101:link=a
ALARM STATUS
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Date 09-02-22 16:10:50 EST
3
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rlghnc0100w 090222 16:10:50 EST EAGLE xxxxx
rept-stat-slk:loc=1101:port=a
Command entered at terminal #1
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SLK LSN CLLI PST SST AST
1101 A den2sa1 slakeut 0300w IS-NR Avail - - - -
ALARM STATUS = No Alarms.
UNAVAIL REASON = - - - - - - - -
>
command Accepted
rept-stat-slk:loc=1101:link=a
rept-stat-assoc
UNAVAIL REASON = - - - - - - - -
Command Completed
rept-stat-slk
Reports status, alarms and unavailable reason for signaling links
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rept stat slk:loc 1101:link a
rtrv-slk
Shows the slktps assigned to the links
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Verifying Transactions per Second (IPTPS)


rept-stat-iptps
ALARM STATUS
TERMINAL #1 CLLI:rlghnca0100w REL XX.X
Date 09-02-22 16:10:50 EST
3
MINR
rlghnc0100w 090222 16:10:50 EST EAGLE xxxxx
rept-stat-iptps
Command entered at terminal #1
rlghnca0100w 09-02-22 16:10:50 EDT RAGLE5 xx.x
IP TPS Usage Report
Thresh Config TPS Peak PeakTimeStamp
LSN
clayncls 100% 2000 TX 650 800 09-02-21 11:27:27
>
command Accepted
rept-stat-slk:loc=1101:link=a
rept-stat-iptps
clayncls 100% 2000 TX, 650 800 09-02-21 11:27:27
RCV, 623 984 09-02-21 12:14:46
Command Completed
The rept-stat-iptps command is used to display the current and peak IPTPS usage for each
IPSG linkset in the system or for each link in the IPSG linkset
Reports the current number of transactions and peak transactions per second
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rept-stat-iptps
Reports the current number of transactions and peak transactions per second
Reports on IPSG M2PA and M3UA
Command uses (Number of IS-NR links * SLKTPS) in place of the IPTPS setting for
all calculations and alarms.
If the linkset is specified with the peakreset=yes parameter, then the command
recalculates peaks for the specified linkset and resets all the stored peak values to
the current actual usage for each link contained in the linkset before reporting
usage.
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Pass-through Commands
Introduction
Pass-through commands are passed through the OAM
and sent to individual cards for processing.
Command Convention
The following is an example of a pass command:
pass : loc = 1101 : cmd = ping 192.168.108.22
Syntax y
Fixed portion: pass:loc=xxxx:cmd=
Variable portion: The value for the cmd parameter can
be any of the pass commands. The value given to the
cmd parameter must be double-quoted.
Pass Command Syntax:
Inside the quoted portion, you dont use colons as separators
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Inside the quoted portion, you dont use parameter=value pairs
See the Pass-through Commands chapter of the Commands manual of the user
documentation for a complete list of pass commands.
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Command Options
Many pass command support options. The options are
single characters prefixed with an hyphen (-). For
l th i d t ti t t l example, the ping command support an option to control
the number of pings to perform and is entered as: ping
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Verifying the Ethernet Interface Status


Verify the Status of the Ethernet Interface
1. rept-stat-card:mode=full:loc=XXXX
This will show the status as either up or down and the assigned IP address.
2. pass:loc=XXXX:cmd=netstat -i
This is more detailed report of the Ethernet interface.
Is the cable plugged in? To the correct port?
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Verifying the Local Ethernet Segment


Verify the local Ethernet segment.
1. pass:loc=XXXX:cmd=netstat d 0 for the A interface
2. pass:loc=XXXX:cmd=netstat d 1 for the B interface
Look for the following peg counters:
overflow
excessive collisions
alignment errors
crc
Indicates a local Ethernet settings mismatch, should be
100/Full. Never use AUTONEGOTIATE.
Is the cable crimped? Cable defective?
Try a different switch/router port? Eagle card?
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Verifying the Local Ethernet Segment (contd)


Verify the local Ethernet segment continued
1. Review the ARP cache of the EAGLE Card
pass:loc=XXXX:cmd=arp -a
2. Review the routing table of the EAGLE Card
pass:loc=XXXX:cmd=netstat -r
Verifying the Local Ethernet Segment (contd)
Route Net Table = This is what is provisioned with the ent-ip-rte command
Route Host Table = This is what is provisioned automatically by the cards OS
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Verifying IP Connectivity
Verify IP Connectivity
Verify IP Connectivity
1. Can you ping the network gateway for each of the cards
IP interfaces?
Taken from rtrv-ip-card:loc=XXXX
pass:loc=XXXX:cmd=ping XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
2. Can you ping the remote host?
Taken from:
rtrv-assoc:aname=XXXXXXX
rtrv-ip-host:host=XXXXX
pass:loc=XXXX:cmd=ping XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
3. What about traceroute?
pass:loc=XXXX:cmd=traceroute XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
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Verifying the SCTP Layer


Verify the SCTP Layer
1. To view the cards overall SCTP peg counters
pass:loc=XXXX:cmd=netstat -p sctp
Points of interest:
Retransmits : should be 0 to very low
Invalid Checksum : should be 0, check rtrv-ip-card or rtrv-sgopts Invalid Checksum : should be 0, check rtrv ip card or rtrv sgopts
Duplicate TSNs : should be 0 to very low
Heartbeats sent, received, heartbeat acks received
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Viewing an Associations SCTP Statistics


1. To view an Associations SCTP statistics
pass:loc=XXXX:cmd=sctp -a <Association Name>
Points of interest:
Nets Data STATE RTO IP Address Nets Data: STATE, RTO, IP Address
Retransmits : should be 0 to very low
Duplicate TSNs : should be 0 to very low
Heartbeats sent/received, heartbeat acks received
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Verifying Event Logs


Verify IPLIM or IPSG link event logs
1. pass:loc=XXXX:cmd=linkinfo <SS7 link> -l
Verify IPLIM or IPSG M2PA Ack times
1. pass:loc=XXXX:cmd=linkinfo <SS7 link> -m
Points of interest:
Weighted Average. Clear and review within 24 hours.
Maximum Round trip. Can be used to help indicate jitter within Maximum Round trip. Can be used to help indicate jitter within
the network.
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Verifying Event Logs (Continued)


Verify IPSG M3UA logs
1. pass:loc=XXXX:cmd=linkinfo <SS7 link> -a
Verify IPGW AS and UA logs
1. pass:loc=XXXX:cmd=aslog <asname>
2. pass:loc=XXXX:cmd=ualog <association name>
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Component Measurements
SCTPASOC COMP SCTP layer measurements per Association.
> rept-meas:type=comp:enttype=sctpasoc:aname=assoc1
> rept-ftp-meas:type=comp:enttype=sctpasoc
1 SCTPCARD COMP SCTP layer measurements per card 1. SCTPCARD COMP SCTP layer measurements per card.
> rept-meas:type=comp:enttype=sctpcard:loc=1204
> rept-ftp-meas:type=comp:enttype=sctpcard
2. UA COMP UA layer measurements per AS / Association
> rept-meas
:type=comp:enttype=ua:asname=appsrvr1:aname=TEK1 :type=comp:enttype=ua:asname=appsrvr1:aname=TEK1
> rept-ftp-meas:type=comp:enttype=ua
3. IPSG links (or IPLIM): - Comp Link Reports
> rept-meas:type=comp:enttype=link:loc=xxxx:link=x
> rept-ftp-meas:type=comp:enttype=link
Note: Measurement Platform must be on for FTP
Component Measurements
Selected Component Measurements provide performance data related to links, link sets, and
associations These measurements provide quick checkpoints for the health of the systemas well
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Note: Measurement Platform must be on for FTP
measurements
associations. These measurements provide quick checkpoints for the health of the system as well
as a reflection of any change regarding traffic and performance.
Entity Types: LINK, LNKSET , SCTPASOC, SCTPCARD, UA
Accumulation Interval: 15 or 30 minutes
STP Retention Period: 24 hours
Reporting Modes: Scheduled, On-Demand
Accessible Collection Periods: Last, Specific, Active
All of the measurement report information is available on demand for 24 hours, and then the
buffer is cleared. The buffer manages the data on a first in, first out basis and the oldest data is
overwritten.
The Measurement platform requires individual operational measurements to be activated or
turned on in order to collect the selected measurement data. Noted below are a few of the
commands used to manage the scheduling and activation of measurements.
> chg-meas
> copy-meas
> rept-meas
> chg-meas-opts
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Learning Activity
Learning
Activities
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Activities
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Learning Activity 3: Verifying IPSG


Configuration
P id d t ti d h d ti ith t ti Provides demonstration and hands-on practice with testing
IPSG links.
After completing this exercise, the student will be able to:
1. Perform OAM commands that provide status of the
SIGTRAN cards, links and associations.
2. Perform Pass command.
Materials, Equipment, and References
1. STP EAGLE STP Commands manual
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1. STP EAGLE STP Commands manual
2. STP EAGLE STP Database Administration -
3. IP7 Secure Gateway Manual
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Learning Activity 3: Verifying IPSG Configuration


1. Login to your assigned STP
a. Login:uid = eagle
(password) = eagle
2. Check the status of the SIGTRAN card.
a. rept-stat-card : loc = <slotNum>
b. Record the Primary State of the card (PST): ____________
c. How many signaling links (SLK) are on this card? _________
d. What is the PST of the links? __________________
3. Retrieve the association names
a. rtrv-assoc
4. Record the first association name: _______________
5. Report status for the association
a. rept-stat-assoc : aname = <from last step>
6. Record the following information:
a. Card locations for the SIGTRAN card: _______
b. Which Ethernet port is used? _______ (IPLINK PORT)
c. If both Ethernet ports are used, why? ___________________
d. The SS7 Link: _______
e. Primary State of the Association: _____________
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Learning Activity 3: Verifying IPSG Configuration


7. Report more information on an SS7 Link
a. rept-stat-slk : loc = <slot> : link = a
b. Record the Primary State (PST) for the link: ____________
c. Record the Secondary State (SST) for the link: ___________
d. If PST is not IS-NR; record the unavail reason: ______________
8. Try the following Pass commands: (KSR mode - F11)
a. pass : loc = <slot> : cmd=ping <farEndIP>
b. pass : loc = <slot> : cmd=ping <farEndHostname>
c. pass : loc = <slot> : cmd=msucount -l <link (a or a1)>
d l < l t> d t < > d. pass : loc = <slot> : cmd=msucount a <aname>
e. pass : loc = <slot> : cmd=linkinfo <link (a or a1)> -l (thats an L)
f. pass : loc = <slot> : cmd=sctp a <aname>
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Check Your Learning


Answer the questions to the best of your ability.
We will review all answers as a group.
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Module 5 Review
1. rept-stat-card:loc=xxxx:mode=full provides state information (in-service, out of
service) for the _______________________________
2. Where can you find more information on Pass commands?
_________________________________________
3. What Pass command could you use to prove continuity to a remote host?
______________________
4. What Pass command will display the number of MSUs being transmitted?
______________________
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