[asterisk-ss7] How Asterisk + sigtran ?

Nacho FX Cirijillo Najazamapeletinan nachofxcirijillo at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 8 08:37:32 CST 2010

Hi John:

 Thanks for your information, I will analyze the DiaStar solution.



From: John.Hermanski at dialogic.com
To: asterisk-ss7 at lists.digium.com
Date: Wed, 3 Feb 2010 15:44:00 -0500
Subject: [asterisk-ss7]  How Asterisk + sigtran ?

Hi Nacho,


Our open source DiaStar server can act as an SS7 gateway to
Asterisk.  DiaStar has been available since last fall, but has only recently
been qualified to work with SIGTRAN.


It uses our DSI SIGTRAN stack for ISUP signaling, and is integrated
directly into the Asterisk dialplan.  You would just need to supply the dialed
number and a technology type of “ss7”.   Installing and setting up
a DiaStar server is quite easy.  The only real work needed to get it going is
the usual SS7 configuration against your carrier’s SIGTRAN


I should mention that it uses Dialogic’s DNI T1/E1
boards (single – octal spans) for bearer channels rather than Digium boards.


Please take a look at the DiaStar project:




We have not finished with all of the SIGTRAN documentation
yet, but the wiki does contain info on SS7 configuration. Here’s the
place to look:




 If you had a DNI board, you would be able to give SIGTRAN a


Here’s a little more info on the DNI boards and our SIGTRAN





Any question, please let me know.




John Hermanski

Technical Marketing

Dialogic Inc.

5 Monroe St.

Salem, MA


Tel:       978
744 9098

978 836 8028

Email:   john.hermanski at dialogic.com



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