SS7 Training Overview

SS7 Training Overview

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Introduction:

SS7 Training Overview or Signaling System #7 Training Course with Hands-On Exercises (Online, Onsite and Classroom Live)

Signaling System No. 7 is commonly known in North America as SS7 and elsewhere throughout the world as C7. SS7/C7 is a system used to implement signaling and protocols for telecommunications networks. SS7 supports both fixed-line and cellular networks. In recent years, expanded telecommunications services have resulted in the introduction of additional SS7 protocols and functionality.

The SS7 Training Overview course introduces the basic concepts on the first day. The more complex features of SS7 level 4 protocols are covered on day two following a thorough coverage of the underlying material on SS7 levels 1, 2, and 3. In this course, you will learn the history of signaling and the progression of the technology through both in-band signaling and out-of-band signaling protocols. The SS7 Training Overview course explains the fundamental differences between the SS7 ITU-T and ANSI standards as well as the connection and connectionless signaling services. You will discover how SS7 supports cellular services such as subscriber roaming and packet-switched data services.

Duration: 2 days

RESOURCES:

  • SS7 Training Study Guide by by Travis Russell – Paperback/eTextbook/Amazon
  • SS7 Training Study Guide by David Clark. – Paperback/Hardcover Amazon
  • SS7 Training Study Guide by Lee Dryburgh and Jeff Hewett – Hardcover/Kindle/ Amazon
  • SS7 Training Study Guide by Lawrence Harte and Richard Dreher – Kindle/Paperback/Amazon
  • SS7 Training Study Guide by Ralph Harvey Paperback/Kindle/ Amazon
  • Signaling System #7 Study Guide by by Lawrence Harte  – Paperback/ Amazon
  • Signaling System #7 Study Guide (Author), Jeff Hewett  – Paperback/Amazon
  • Signaling System #7 Study Guide by by Lee Dryburgh, Jeff Hewett – ebook/ebooks.com
  • Signaling System #7 Study Guide by Lee Dryburgh – Paperback/goodreads.com

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Customize It:

Customize this Signaling System #7 course to your specific needs at little-to-no additional cost.  We offer distinct versions tailored for:

  • Network design and optimization engineers and technicians
  • Equipment or application designers
  • Less technical audiences such as managers, executives, business planners, sales and marketing specialists, and operations and support personnel

We can also tailor the Signaling System #7 course to cover particular applications or aspects of the SS7/C7 technology.

SS7 Training – Audience/Target Group:

This introduction to SS7 is aimed at the following audiences:

  • Telecommunications technicians and network maintenance personnel
  • Sales and marketing professionals involved with digital switching equipment and software applications supporting SS7/C7
  • Telecommunications management and support staff who wish to obtain a through understating of the SS7/C7 system as well as the latest on SS7/C7 standards, technology, and product development

SS7 Training – Class Prerequisites:

  • Those intending to take this course should have some prior basic understanding of telephony and packet switched networks.

SS7 Training – Objectives:

After completing this SS7 Training course, attendees will be able to:

  • Troubleshoot SS7 network problems.
  • Monitor and evaluate SS7 network performance.
  • Plan the integration and testing of new SS7 applications.
  • Assist in the design of new mobile network applications and services.

SS7 Training – SS7 Training – Course Outlines:

Session 1: Signaling Overview

    • History of Telecommunications Signaling
    • Network Signaling Evolution
    • What is Signaling?
    • What is Out-of-Band Signaling?
    • A Summary of the Signaling Network Architecture
    • Network Signaling Evolution
    • The North American Signaling Architecture
    • Signaling System No 7
    • Overview of SS7, IN, AIN, Wireless, and VoIP
    • Standards Organizations

Session 2: SS7 Network Architecture

    • Service Switching Points (SSPs)
    • Signal Transfer Points (STPs
    • Service Control Points (SCPs)
    • Intelligent Peripherals (IPs)
    • Service Nodes (SNs)
    • Service Management and Creation

Session 3: SS7 Signal Data Links

    • Access Link (A)
    • Bridge Link (B)
    • Cross Link (C)
    • Diagonal Link (D)
    • Extended Link (E)
    • Fully Associated Link (F)

Session 4: SS7 Applications

    • Advanced Intelligent Networks (AIN)
    • 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
    • Local Number Portability (LNP)
    • SS7 and Database Connection
    • Wireless Applications
    • OSS Interconnection: E911/911, LIDB, OS/DA

Session 5: SS7 Layers

    • Physical Layer
    • Message Transfer Part (MTP) – Level 2
    • Message Transfer Part (MTP) – Level 3
    • Signaling Connection Control Part (SCCP)
    • ISDN User Part (ISUP)
    • Transaction Capabilities Application Part (TCAP)
    • Operations, Maintenance, and Administration Part (OMAP)

Session 6: Network Service Part (NSP) of SS7

    • Message Transfer Part (MTP)
    • Data Link Level Signaling
    • SS7 Signaling Units
    • Signaling Network Function Level
    • Signaling Information
    • SS7 Signaling Message Types
    • SS7 Network Node Identification
    • SS7 Network Management Message Types
    • Link and Route Management
    • Traffic Management
    • Signaling Connection Control Part (SCCP)
    • Routing and Discrimination
    • Global Title Routing
    • Subsystem Management

Session 7: Signaling Connection Control Part (SCCP)

    • Enhancements to MTP Routing
    • Flow Control
    • Connection-Oriented and Connectionless Services
    • Global Title Translation
    • SCCP Management
    • SCCP Management Structure
    • Message Types
    • Task of SCCP Messages
    • Parameters of SCCP Messages
    • The Principle of a SCCP Connection

Session 8: Wireless Network Overview

    • Elements in a Mobile Network
    • Mobile Switching Center (MSC)
    • Base Station Controller (BSC)
    • Base Transceiver Station (BTS)
    • Home Location Register (HLR)
    • Visitor Location Register (VLR)
    • Short Message Service Center (SMSC) ANSI-41 and Mobile Application Part (MAP)
    • GSM, CDMA and SS7

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