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IAM links and CiC

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  • #53738 Reply
    Debasis
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    Hi. Just got registered to this forum. Can anyone tell me how many CiCs can i configure in a SS7 Trunk group? I was wondering if it has got to do with the Octet levels of IAM.

    #53739 Reply
    Mik
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    You can have 4096 CIC between 2 signalling points

    #53740 Reply
    Debasis
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    Thank you very much Mike. Can you tell me which book do i refer to learn more about SS7 signaling?

    #53741 Reply
    Mik
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    The ITU-T specs are the best.
    Here the numbers of specs which describes SS7.

    Message transfer part Q.701–Q.709
    Simplified message transfer part Q.710
    Signalling connection control part Q.711–Q.719
    Telephone user part Q.720–Q.729
    ISDN supplementary services Q.730–Q.739
    Data user part Q.740–Q.749
    Signalling System No. 7 management Q.750–Q.759
    ISDN user part Q.760–Q.769
    Transaction capabilities application part Q.770–Q.779
    Test specification Q.780–Q.799

    #53742 Reply
    sameep joshi
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    Hi debasis, you can configure 4096 cic as specified , calculation goes like this: in IAM message there is OPC,DPC and CIC, CIC is 16 digit number but 4 digit is reserved so it is 12 bit number now and so you can go up to 2^12 =4096 circuits.

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