SS7 Route

Description:

This pane defines a route to an SS7 destination (DPC).

Accessing this Pane:

Dialogic IMG EMS -> Logical IMG -> Physical IMG -> Signaling -> SS7 -> SS7 Route

 

Related Topics:

Configuring SS7 Signaling Routes

 

Maximum Objects:

512 routes to 128 destinations per Physical IMG

 

Note on SS7 Functionality on the IMG 1004: With each new software release Dialogic has added new SS7 functionality to the IMG 1004. See timeline below:

 

• Release 10.5.1 – Ability to act as a remote SS7 node and terminate up to four links. (F-1406)

• Release 10.5.3 – Full SS7 functionality. (F-1446)

 

For information on SS7 functionality click HERE

 

Click on the Technical Notes link for more information on the SS7 Route object.

 

ClientView Pane:

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Field Descriptions:

Route ID:

This field identifies the ID of the SS7 Route.

 

Route Type:

This field identifies whether the route to the specified DPC is the first one configured or whether there are already existing routes to that DPC.

 

Combined Linkset ID:

This field will be enabled only if the Route type is set to ‘Existing Route (Combined Link Set Enabled)’. This field is a pull-down menu of the already-configured linksets

 

New DPC:

This field will be enabled only if the Route type is set to ‘New Route’. This field identifies the Point Code of the Destination. Point codes can be expressed in dotted decimal or decimal format.

 

Existing DPC:

This field will be enabled only if the Route type is set to ‘Existing Route (Combined Link Set Disabled)’ or ‘Existing Route (Combined Link Set Enabled) This field is a pull-down menu of the already-configured Destinations.

 

Priority:

This field identifies the priority of the route when there are multiple routes to the same destination. This field will be disabled when the route type is set to ‘Existing Route (Combined Link Set Enabled)’ because all the routes within the combined link set will have the same priority.

 

Comments:

A meaningful description of this route, such as the location and type of the SS7 far side (for example Chicago 5ESS.)

 

Display Table:

This table shows a list of the configured SS7 Routes under a specific Link Set