[asterisk-ss7] Any development?

Anton anton.vazir at gmail.com
Sun Aug 13 22:31:11 MST 2006

A little extra question, which should be interesting  for 
many of us, how stable is the driver? cound it be used in 
production, or it's highly untested, pre-alpha, etc? 

On 13 August 2006 04:00, Matthew Fredrickson wrote:
> On Aug 12, 2006, at 5:45 AM, Anton wrote:
> > Great to hear Matthew!
> >
> > for me chan_ss7 works OK (i do not say great, since
> > audoi lost trouble still there). ANSI part would be
> > great, since than US testers, and (hopefully)
> > contributors would join. And I'm just happy to see that
> > now we have two SS7 drivers available for Asterisk!
> > Getting Hardware support is also a great thing, but it
> > would be nice to not stick with single hardware vendor
> > ;)
> >
> > Also the question, if you don't mind, what ISUP
> > functionality libss7 does have in comparision to
> > chan_ss7? I mean how featurefull is it?
> I'm not terribly familiar with the ISUP functionality of
> chan_ss7 and how it compares to libss7 (I've been trying
> to keep myself from being influenced from it).  I think
> that it supports more message types than mine does right
> now,  although mine support all the basic messages (plus
> a few more) for doing call setup and teardown.  I'm
> working on implementing continuity test support right
> now, and I think I'll probably do suspend/resume after
> this.
> Matthew Fredrickson
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