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SIGTRAN stack: SCTP and User Adaptation
Netbricks SIGTRAN stack is a source code implementation of the SIGTRAN protocol suite as
laid down by the IETF Transport Working Group. The SIGTRAN (SIGnalling TRANsport) is part
of the NGN protocols for transporting signaling over IP based networks. It is designed for transporting signaling
traffic such as ISDN, SS7 and V5 over an IP network. SIGTRAN
is composed of the Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP)
and the User Adaption Layers (UA) for each signalling protocol
transported over IP. Standardized user adaptation layers includes: iua, dua, m2ua, m3ua, sua, m2pa, v5ua.
- Media & Signaling Gateway
- Voice IAD
- Application Server
- Femtocell & IP Base station
Our SIGTRAN stack currently provide the following user adaptation layers, in all possible configurations (ASP, SG and IPSP):
Our SIGTRAN stack can be easily integrated with the corresponding signaling protocol stacks from your existing platform or from Netbricks : ISDN-BRICKS, SS7-BRICKS and V5-BRICKS.
All those layers have been extensively tested for interoperability with multiple vendors during the several SCTP and ETSI SIGTRAN plugtests events. Ask us for the complete list of interoperabilty tests.
SIGTRAN-BRICKS is based on NETBRICKS architecture using object oriented design and a message passing mechanism for inter-entity communication.
Interfaces to most of commercial OS and RTOS are provided : Windows NT/2000/XP, Linux RedHat, Embedded Linux (Monta Vista), Solaris (32/64bits), OSE, VxWorks, AMX, Nucleus, PSOS+, RTC, VRTX, ...See list of supported platforms.
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