[Asterisk-ss7] Let us design an open source SS7 interface

Angel Diaz adiaz at sinergis.com
Thu May 12 14:54:53 CDT 2005

I have a test GSM switch runing with SS7 white Book for test the SS7- ISUP
I could be a tester if somebody need it.

>From my point of view it will be possible to create a lib_isup and a
chan_ss7 module using the same TE410P boards. I think in fact, Steve U. is
doing this.
My problem is, I'm not a good ... good C programer. I have developed some
applications for Asterisk but, to work on SS7 it will need to work a lot
with timers and bits manipulations.


> Date: Thu, 12 May 2005 09:50:23 -0400 (EDT)
> From: "C. Maj" <cmaj-SPAM at freedomcorpse.com>
> Subject: Re: [Asterisk-ss7] Let us design an open source SS7 interface
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> On Thu, 12 May 2005, Matt Riddell waxed:
> > I thought the problem was with the fact that it uses patented technology
> > therefore making an opensource implementation impossible.
> If there are patents involved, I don't think it's the entire
> stack.  For example, I've been trying to work on some NFAS
> stuff, which currently has limited support in *, but it is
> very useful (if not necessary) for SS7.  The biggest hurdle
> has been getting documentation on the protocol, and of
> course, testers.
> --Chris
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> Chris Maj, Rochester
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> Pronunciation Guide: Maj == May
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