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SS7 Signalling Dimensioning

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    Mairaj
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    Hi Misa, Pankaj, Vijay:

    Do you have a concrete example or reference material for the SS7 dimensioning specifically for the IN platform.

    What is the avg. length of TCAP message?

    Pankaj: What is the 40% factor with which you have multiplied the link speed for calculating the no. of links?

    Thanx,

    Mairaj

    #37538 Reply
    Pankaj
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    Assuming 40% link occupency in normal Scenarion and allowing for 80% in case the other link goes dow. This is the normal practice.

    #37539 Reply
    Mairaj
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    Thanx Pankaj

    Can you also advice about the avg. length of TCAP message and what are the assumptions?

    Regards,

    Mairaj

    #37540 Reply
    Vijay
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    Mairaj,
    The idea behind 40% is lies in the duplicated architecture of SS7 n/w. In SS7 each node is redundant. so if one goesdown then other should have enough capacity to handle it’s own load + increased load due to redundant node + load due to unexpected traffic ( normally 20 %). so this makes one traffic capacity

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