[asterisk-ss7] Any development?

Matthew Fredrickson creslin at digium.com
Mon Aug 14 16:07:38 MST 2006

I don't have any facilities here to do production testing, however, it 
seemed to run well for me doing some generic call blasting at it.  If 
you test it and have any problems, I'm usually available on AIM as 
MatthewFredricks or on irc.freenode.net as Cresl1n and I'll fix 
whatever problems you might have.

Matthew Fredrickson

On Aug 14, 2006, at 12:31 AM, Anton wrote:

> 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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