[asterisk-ss7] MGCP

Bruno Rodrigues shotsbros at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 22 17:19:27 CDT 2011

Hi Hassan,

Matthew developed a new channel called channel_ccs. This channels take control of  the ss7 links and forward the calls trough the mgcp end points.

The fonts are in http://svn.asterisk.org/svn/asterisk/team/mattf/1.6.0-chan_ccs/
I believe Matthew stoped this new channel development.

A 2 years ago Matthew help me to test a scenario using a Asterisk box and a Cisco 5350.

The signaling went trough a E1 connected on Asterisk and the voice path was established  between the cisco using MGCP and a SIP end point and vice-versa.

We face some problems on codec negotiations, but for test purpose the solution worked very well.

We can't continued the tests because I had some time problems from my side.


From: nyamul at gmail.com
Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2011 15:53:56 +0600
To: asterisk-ss7 at lists.digium.com
Subject: [asterisk-ss7] MGCP

Looking through previous emails on this list, Matthew's post on Mar/26/2010 makes a really interesting use case for Asterisk.  Does this mean, that, we can have just the *signaling E1* on the machine running Asterisk, and have all the other bearer E1s to a 3rd party access switch, say the Lucent APX8000, and have calls running from there?

Can someone please show me some help material for further reading on this?

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