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== Supported MTP2 variants ==
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==TelcoBridges and MTP2 ==
 
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TelcoBridges supports MTP2 as part of its SS7 signaling stack. It also provides the following functionality:
'''MTP1 and MTP2'''
 
 
*56, 64, n x 64 kbps low-speed links (LSL)
 
*56, 64, n x 64 kbps low-speed links (LSL)
 
*1.5 and 2 Mbps high-speed links (HSL)
 
*1.5 and 2 Mbps high-speed links (HSL)
 
*Supports dynamic link configuration
 
*Supports dynamic link configuration
*Supported variants
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**ITU-T, Q.701, Q.703
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**ANSI T1.111.3
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=== Supported MTP2 variants ===
**JT Q.703 (TTC, Japan)
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*ITU-T, Q.701, Q.703
**NTT Q.703 (NTT, Japan)
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*ANSI T1.111.3
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*JT Q.703 (TTC, Japan)
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*NTT Q.703 (NTT, Japan)
  
  

Revision as of 15:50, 21 July 2009

Diagram-mtp2-latyer.jpg

The MTP2 layer in the SS7 protocol stack defines the functions and procedures of the signaling system for a reliable transfer of signaling messages over an SS7 signaling link. The MTP2 layer is a service provider to the MTP3 link layer, and at the same time it is a service user of the underlying trunk layer.

A conceptual illustration of the MTP2 layer is provided to the right.


TelcoBridges and MTP2

TelcoBridges supports MTP2 as part of its SS7 signaling stack. It also provides the following functionality:

  • 56, 64, n x 64 kbps low-speed links (LSL)
  • 1.5 and 2 Mbps high-speed links (HSL)
  • Supports dynamic link configuration


Supported MTP2 variants

  • ITU-T, Q.701, Q.703
  • ANSI T1.111.3
  • JT Q.703 (TTC, Japan)
  • NTT Q.703 (NTT, Japan)


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