[asterisk-users] Any one knows if I can connect SS7 to Asterisk,
(with a TE405P or other) ???
rob at connection-telecom.com
Fri Sep 22 08:06:04 MST 2006
On 22/09/06, Jay R. Ashworth <jra at baylink.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 21, 2006 at 05:15:36PM -0600, MF wrote:
> > Hi I need to connect at least 2 (and 2 more in the future) links to a
> > switch via SS7,
> > does anyone knows if this can be done with Digium cards?
> > if not, which box could I use to convert from SS7 to isdn,
> > (could anyone please recomend one of these boxes, and let me know a
> > ballpark price figure)
> If you're connecting to a carrier's SS7 network, I'm pretty sure you
> need to be using carrier-lab-approved hardware -- and very probably
> software -- to do it.
> Things may have changed since, oh, 5 or 6 years ago when I last paid
> any close attention to SS7, but last I heard, the ingress ports to that
> network are not filtered enough for them to let just anyone hook up to
> That said, those links *used* to be V.35 off the terminal equipment; I
> don't know whether they're using T-spans for them now, but even if they
> are, I suspect you might need custom *drivers*, not just custom
> app-level software. But IANASS7E.
> -- jra
> Jay R. Ashworth
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