M3UA DPC Route

Description:

When configuring the IMG 1010 as an Application server, information such as Point Code of the other Application Servers and lists of Remote Signaling Gateways are needed. The DPC Route object is created under an Application Server stack on the IMG 1010. See below for more information on creating and configuring the M3UA DPC Route.

 

Accessing this Pane:

Dialogic IMG EMS > Logical IMG > Signaling > SS7 > SS7 Stack > New DPC Route

 

Maximum Objects:

256 Routes per M3UA Application Server Stack

 

Related Topics:

Overview of Sigtran/M3UA on IMG 1010

Configure IMG 1010 as SG Server

M3UA Remote Application Server ClientView Pane

M3UA Remote Application Server Bind ClientView Pane

M3UA Sigtran Links ClientView Pane

M3UA Sigtran Link ClientView Pane

M3UA Subsystem Number AS Route ClientView Pane

M3UA SCCP  AS Designates

 

 

Configure IMG 1010 as 'AS' Server

M3UA DPC Route

M3UA Remote Signaling Gateway (SG)

 

ClientView Pane:

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Field Descriptions:

Route ID:

The Route ID is automatically populated with the next Route ID available. To change the Route ID, click in the Route ID field and select a new Route ID from the drop down menu.

 

M3UA DPC:

Click in the M3UA DPC field and an 'Enter Point Code' box appears. Enter the Point Code of the Application Server Stack that the signaling needs to be routed to. Typically this would be the Point Code of the Application Server with which bearer traffic would be routed to.

 

Remote SG:

Click in the Remote SG field and a drop down menu appears displaying all the Remote Signaling Gateways created. Select which Remote Signaling Gateway from the drop down menu to communicate with. This Remote Signaling Gateway is the Signaling Gateway that the Application Server stack will communicate with using M3UA/ISUP messaging through the St-links

 

Presume Available: (Default: False)

When the IMG 1010 connects to the Signaling Gateway is it assumed that all routes or Point Codes in the Signaling Gateway are available.

False (Default) - When false is selected from drop down menu it is assumed that all routes in the Remote Signaling Gateway are NOT available.

True - When True is selected from drop down menu it is assumed that all routes in the Remote Signaling Gateway are available.