M3UA Remote Application Server (AS) Bind

Description:

Used when configuring a stack in the IMG 1010 as a Signaling Gateway Stack. Once the M3UA Remote Application Server and St-links are configured on the Signaling Gateway stack being configured, the next step would be to bind a Remote Application Server (AS) and St-link to this Signaling Gateway Stack. The Remote Application Server (AS) Bind object is created to accomplish this. To bind the Remote Application Server and St-link to a particular stack, select each entity from a drop down menu in the Remote Application Server Bind ClientView Pane. See below for more information.

 

Accessing this Pane:

Dialogic IMG EMS > Logical IMG > Signaling > SS7 > SS7 Stack > New Remote Application Server (AS) Bind

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Maximum Objects:

(8) Remote Application Server (AS) Bind objects per IMG 1010.

 

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:

Remote Application Server:

Clicking in the 'Remote Application Server' field produces a drop down menu. This drop down menu will display all the Remote Application Servers created that can communicate with the Signaling Gateway stack. Select from the drop down menu one of the Remote Application Servers to bind the Signaling Gateway stack to.

 

Sigtran Link:

Clicking in the Sigtran Link Field produces a drop down menu. This drop down menu will display all the St-links created which can communicate with the Signaling Gateway stack. Select from the drop down menu one of the St-links. This is the link that will connect the Signalling Gateway Stack to the Remote Application Server selected in the Remote Application Server field above.

 

Primary/Secondary:

Select from drop down menu whether the St-link and stack are created on the Primary Signaling Gateway or the Secondary Signaling Gateway. If configuring with a Standalone M3UA system and redundancy is not configured, then the only selection in this field will be Primary.