[asterisk-ss7] GSM handsets-Voicemail MWI no workie

Joseph tech at ekn.com
Wed Dec 1 11:05:39 CST 2010

Can you not use the MWI via the serial interface?

That works fine here via the smdi port with Asterisk 1.4 and a cdma nortel switch.

Also, you can call your own script and send the info to a SMSC??? At least if you have the right type of smpp/bind stuff.

On Dec 1, 2010, at 11:35 AM, Matthew Fredrickson wrote:

> On 12/1/10 10:22 AM, Dale McWhorter wrote:
>> First Posting
>> Hello Friends & Neighbors:
>> I work for a small GSM carrier and recently launched an Asterisk
>> ( configuration (CENTOS5.5) utilizing SS7 (Digium-TE220) to a
>> Nortel XAC wireless switch. Asterisk voice mail was also implemented but
>> soon realized the MWI feature was not functional to GSM handsets,
>> everything else works great. VM-MWI works on soft phones just fine. Has
>> anybody successfully made this work to wireless handasets? We’re happy
>> with the performance of our system, maybe we’re asking to much. On a
>> working platform a GSM MAP message transaction via E.164 (GMSC to SMSC)
>> is utilized.
> Right now, we don't have a GSM-MAP layer in libss7.  It's something I've 
> considered adding, but there have been troubles getting access to 
> equipment to develop against at the times that I have had open to work 
> on this.
> Matthew Fredrickson
> Digium, Inc.
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regards, Joseph

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