Creating an M3UA Peer Server

This article applies to: Product Version
Tmedia 2.9, 2.10, 3.0, 3.2

After you create an M3UA peer signaling process (PSP), you must create a new peer server. A peer server is a logical entity on the IP network that is served by one or more PSPs.

To create an M3UA peer server:

1- Click M3UA in the navigation panel:

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2- Select an M3ua Network:

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3- Click Create New M3ua Peer Server in the M3UA network configuration window

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4- Configure the new M3UA peer server:

  • Enter a name for the peer server
  • Create a remote Peer Server (PSRV) with a Routing Context (RC) value representing the remote side; Take the RC value from ASP configuration.
1) For SG/ASP, it is mandatory that this value is the same as the ASP local PSRV RC value.
2) SG only uses remote peer servers, so a local peer server (OPC) is NOT needed.
  • Select the Traffic Mode Type. For remote peer server, this field is used in ASPAC.
  • Click Create

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5- Verify that the "M3ua Peer server was successfully created" message appears

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6- Associate the newly created peer server with a peer signaling process (PSP):

  • Select a PSP from the list of available PSPs
  • Click the "<<" button to associate the PSP with the peer server

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Parameters (text)

local               = false
m3ua_psps           = [ "m3ua_psp" ]
name                = "m3ua_peerServer"
routing_ctx         = 0
traffic_mode        = "Active-Standby"

load_sharing_mode                    = "SLS"
minimum_active_psps_for_load_sharing = 1
req_available                        = false

Parameters (json)

  "advanced_parameters" : {
    "load_sharing_mode" : "SLS",
    "minimum_active_psps_for_load_sharing" : 1,
    "req_available" : false
  "local" : false,
  "m3ua_psps" : [
  "name" : "@[m3ua_peer_server]",
  "routing_ctx" : 0,
  "traffic_mode" : "Active-Standby"

List of Parameters