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SysMaster SS7 Gateway (SM7000 VoIP Gateway with SS7 Option)

SysMaster SS7 Gateway Overview

SysMaster SM7000 VoIP Gateway offers optional SS7 functionality ("SysMaster SS7 Gateway") which allows a large number of Media End Point (MEP) channels to terminate over redundant SS7 signaling trunks to multiple telecom operators. A single SysMaster SS7 Gateway can support up to 8 Signaling End Point (SEP) channels or up to 4 redundant SEP channels. Each SEP channel can control over 1,000 MEP channels. The SysMaster SS7 Gateway can seamlessly bridge SS7 PSTN networks with next-generation VoIP networks, while offering SIP, H323, and MGCP protocol conversion in the same physical unit that does SS7 trunking.

 

Key Features

  • Scalable and Customizable SS7 Implementation with M3UA, MTP, and ISUP Stacks
  • A Single SEP Channel Controls Over 1,000 MEP Channels
  • SEP Redundancy
  • Support for Multiple ISUP Stacks and Implementations
  • Full Integration with the VoiceMaster® Billing Platform

Scalable and Customizable SS7 Implementation with M3UA, MTP, and ISUP Stacks

SysMaster SS7 Gateway offers a customizable and scalable SS7 implementation that runs on E1/T1 trunks. The gateway uses a Signaling End Point server with multiple signaling links to manage SS7 signaling. The SS7 Gateway utilizes the M3UA protocol to transport SS7 signaling data to Media End Point channels over the Internet or other IP based networks.

A Single SEP Channel Controls Over 1,000 MEP Channels

SysMaster SS7 Gateway can control up to several thousand MEP channels. Each gateway can accommodate up to 4 SEP redundant trunks (a total of 8 SEP channels). Each SEP channel can control over 1,000 remote MEP channels over the Internet or other IP based networks. Each gateway can be connected with up to 4 providers using 8 redundant signaling channels.

SEP Redundancy

SysMaster SS7 Gateway comes with redundant signaling channels to ensure minimum network interruptions. The SS7 Gateway can be configured to connect to a single provider with redundant channels to ensure that if one channel goes down, the redundant one will pick up the signaling traffic and continue to process data and control the remote MEP gateways.

Support for Multiple ISUP Stacks and Implementations

SysMaster SS7 Gateway supports multiple ISUP stacks, including:
SS7/ISUP Circuit: Q.764
MTP2 - ITU-T Q.703
MTP3 - ITU-T Q.704, ITU-T Q.710
ISUP - ITU-T Q.763, 1993
SCTP - RFC 2960
M3UA - RFC 3332

Full Integration with the VoiceMaster® Billing Platform

SysMaster SS7 Gateway is fully integrated with the VoiceMaster® Billing Platform. The SS7 Gateway sends Radius signals in AAA format to VoiceMaster® and can use IVR scripts for custom IVR prompt management. The SS7 gateway also natively supports callback functions and can route calls via E1/T1, SS7 or VoIP channels.

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