How to Test Layer Address Correlation in Messaging Manager
Last updated on OCTOBER 18, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version: 4.0.0
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit)
Messaging Manager is part of the Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control (OCNCC) suite.
TermsMobile Application Part (MAP)
MAP is an SS7 protocol which provides an application layer for the various nodes in GSM and UMTS mobile core networks and GPRS core networks to communicate with each other in order to provide services to mobile phone users.
In this document MAP is used to refer to sending of Short Messages between Mobile Subscribers.
Signaling Connection Control Part (SCCP)
The Signaling Connection Control Part (SCCP) layer of the SS7 stack provides provides connectionless and connection-oriented network services and global title translation (GTT) capabilities above MTP Level 3. SCCP is used as the transport layer for TCAP-based services.
It offers both Class 0 (Basic) and Class 1 (Sequenced) connectionless services. In addition, SCCP provides Global Title Translation (GTT) functionality.
SCCP is ss7 based
SUAThe SIGTRAN protocols are an extension of the SS7 protocol family. It supports the same application and call management paradigms as SS7 but uses an Internet Protocol (IP) transport called Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP).
SICTRAN can be used MOBILE telephony signaling over IP.
Global System for Mobile communication (GSM)
GSM is a second generation cellular telecommunication system.Event Detail Record (EDR)
Unlike first generation systems, GSM is digital and thus introduced greater enhancements such as security, capacity, quality and the ability to support integrated services.
Note: Previously CDR.
The industry standard for CDR is EDR (Event Detail Record).
Over time EDR will replace CDR in the Oracle documentation.
Service Logic Controller (SLC)
Service Logic Controller, the Oracle call control node similar to a GSM Service Control Point.
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