Signaling System #7 (SS7) Training Course

Signaling system 7 Certification Training Course Overview

Enroll for Signaling System No 7 (SS7) training course from Koenig Solutions. This course introduces SS7 training. Signaling System-7 training is the hands-down choice for engineers, network managers and other professionals everywhere. It gives you a detailed understanding of the signaling network, its architecture, and the protocols used to communicate through it and its evolution to next generation networks. Various Topics such as SIGTRAN, IMS and SIP are also covered.

SS7 or Common Channel Signaling System No. 7 (i.e., SS7 or C7) is a global signaling standard for telecommunications defined by ITU-T specifying the procedures and mechanisms to call setup, routing and control over PSTN and Mobile networks. Example of applications using SS7 are: PSTN and cellular networks (i.e. GSM, CDMA) call setup, management, and tear down, LNP, toll-free calls, wireless roaming, IN/AIN and CAMEL.

SS7 Signaling Points:
 
SSP (Service Switching Point)
STP (Signal Transfer Point)
SCP (Service Control Point)
 

Target Audience:

The course is intended for network engineers and anyone who needs technical knowledge on functionality of SIGTRAN and possibilities of SS7 messages transmission over IP network.

Learning Objectives
 
SS7 stack architecture and logical correlation with OSI model
Functioning of SS7 layers – MTP, SCCP, ISUP, TCAP, MAP, CAP
Definition of links, link-sets, route, route-sets
Logical understanding on E1 bit-rates, PCM frame structure
SS7 Signaling units structures and associated link capacity
Global Title translations

 

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Course Modules

Module 1: Introduction
  • The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)
  • Switching Evolution
  • Switching Hierarchy (Class 1 - 5)
  • The Role of Signaling and SS7
  • Intelligent Network (AIN/IN)The Evolution of Signaling
  • What is Signaling?
  • What is Out-of-Band Signaling?
  • Signaling Network Architecture
  • Network Signaling Evolution
  • The North American Signaling Architecture
  • SS7, CC#7 or Signaling System No 7
  • S7 Protocols
  • Lower Layers
  • ISUP (Call Control)
  • TCAP (Transactions)
  • MAP (Mobile)
  • INAP (AIN)
  • SS7, IN, and AIN
  • MAP and CAMEL
  • CAMEL (Prepaid Roaming)
  • SIGTRAN (SS7 over IP Transport)
Module 2: Introduction to SS7
  • SS7 Network Architecture and Protocols Introduction
  • Protocols Found in the Traditional SS7/C7 Stack
  • Message Transfer Part 2 (MTP2)
  • Message Transfer Part 3 (MTP3)
  • Signaling Point Codes
  • Message Format
  • Signaling Message Handling
  • Signaling Network Management
  • ISDN User Part (ISUP)
  • Signaling Connection Control Part (SCCP)
  • Transaction Capabilities Application Part (TCAP)
  • Intelligent Networks (IN)
  • GSM and ANSI-41 Mobile Application Part (MAP)
  • SS7/C7 Over IP
  • SS7 in the Converged World
Module 3: SS7 Evolution, Protocols, Architecture, and Applications
  • SS7 Call flows and Application
  • Basic Call Setup Example
  • Database Query Example
  • Layers of the SS7 Protocol
  • What Goes Over the Signaling Link?
  • Addressing in the SS7 Network
  • Signal Unit Structure
  • What are the Functions of the Different Signaling Units?
  • Message Signal Unit Structure
  • Intelligent Networks (IN) and Advanced Intelligent Networks (AIN)
  • LSS7 and Database Connection
  • Local Number Portability (LNP)
  • Wireless Applications
  • OSS Interconnection: E911/911, LIDB, OS/DA, LNP
  • HLR, VLR and EIR
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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic understanding of telecom networks (MSC, HLR, VLR, IN etc.).