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Can One Virtual Global Title (GT) be Defined in the SIGTRAN Configuration of Multiple SLCs (Doc ID 1680422.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 25, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 4.4.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


A telecommunication network's Signal Transfer Points (STP) may route messages to the Network Charging and Control (NCC) Service Logic Controllers (SLC) - to access the Services controlled by them - using unique Global Title (GT) addresses that define them as individual Signalling Control Points (SCP).  A particular network Mobile Switching Center (MSC) may only define one GT to access the Services that run on multiple SLCs.

Can one "virtual GT" be defined in the SIGTRAN interface of multiple SLCs so that a network's STPs can load share traffic routed from this type of MSC?

As per Wikipedia: a Global Title (GT) is an address used in the SCCP protocol for routing signaling messages on telecommunications networks.

It is but one way of routing telecommunication messages in a telecommunication network.


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