Signaling protocols

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Signaling refers to the system of messages required to set up and tear down telephone calls between the calling and the called parties.


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TelcoBridges and Signaling Protocols

TelcoBridges' products not only multiple signaling protocols but also provides mediation between different protocol vendors.

Tsbc

  • IP
    • SIP RFC 3261 User Agent, SIP Authentication
      • Access to SIP headers
      • Extensive SIP header manipulation
      • SIP to SIP-I protocol conversion
      • NAT traversal

Tmedia

  • IP
    • SIP RFC 3261 User Agent, SIP Authentication
      • Access to SIP headers
      • Extensive SIP header manipulation
      • SIP to SIP-I protocol conversion
      • NAT traversal
    • SIGTRAN


Important Notes

  • TelcoBridges Tmedia devices also offer the conversion (transcoding) of signaling messages between nodes that use different signaling protocols. For more information about Transcoding options, see TelcoBridges website.
  • All supported protocols can be used simultaneously.
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