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SS7 ISUP Messages

The below command is for changing the cause code in Huawei GSMC, please modify it and do the test, MOD MSFP: ID=P20, MODTYPE=P1, BIT=2, BITVAL=0; MOD OFC: ON="xxxx", ISUPSENDMSK=1; MOD IMSGMSK: AOT=ISUP, SM=1, MSG=12, MV=USED, MC=YES, MM=12; ADD IFLDVAL: SM=1, FLD=27, MSG=12, ACT=ALT, OLDV=31, NEWV=16;

Rollback command: MOD MSFP: ID=P20, MODTYPE=P1, BIT=2, BITVAL=1; MOD OFC: ON="xxxx", ISUPSENDMSK=16; MOD IMSGMSK: AOT=ISUP, SM=1, MSG=12, MV=USED, MC=NO, MM=12; MOD IFLDVAL: SM=1, FLD=27, MSG=12, OLDV=31, ACT=NA, NEWV=31; RMV IFLDVAL: SM=1, FLD=27, MSG=12, OLDV=31;

SS7 ISUP Messages and their parameters :


Please Note : F = Fixed, O = Optional, V = Variable Length You can find detailed information about parameters here : ISUP Parameters

ACM (Address Complete Message)


An Address Complete Message (ACM) is sent in the "backward" direction to indicate that the remote end of a trunk circuit has been reserved. The originating switch responds to an ACM message by connecting the calling party's line to the trunk to complete the voice circuit from the calling party to the called party. The terminating switch sends a ringing tone to the calling party's line.
Parameter Message type Type F Length (octet) 1

Backward Call Indicators Optional Backward Call Indicators Call Reference Cause Indicators User to User Indicators User to User Information Access Transport Generic Notification Indicator Transmission Medium Used Echo Control Information Access Delivery Information Redirection Number Parameter Compatibility Information Call Diversion Information Network Specific Facility Remote Operations Service Activation Redirection Number Restriction End of Optional Parameters

F O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O

2 3 7 4-? 3 3-131 3-? 3 3 3 3 5-12 4-? 3 4-? 3-? 3-? 3 1

ANM (Answer Message)


When the called party answers, the destination switch terminates power ringing of the called line, removes audible ringing tone from the calling line and sends an Answer Message (ANM) to the originating switch. The originating switch initiates billing after verifying that the calling party's line is connected to the reserved trunk.
Parameter Message type Backward Call Indicators Optional Backward Call Indicators Call Reference User to User Indicators User to User Information Connected Number Type F O O O O O O Length (octet) 1 4 3 7 3 3-131 4-12

Access Transport Generic Notification Indicator Call History Information Transmission Medium Used Generic Number Echo Control Information Access Delivery Information Redirection Number Parameter Compatibility Information Network Specific Facility Remote Operations Service Activation Redirection Number Restriction End of Optional Parameters

O O O O O O O O O O O O O O

3-? 3 4 3 4-12 3 3 5-12 4-? 4-? 3-? 3-? 3 1

Call Progress Message (CPG)


CPG is sent in either direction during the set-up or active phase of the call, indicating that an event, which is of significance, and should be relayed to the originating or terminating access, has occurred.
Parameter Message type Event Information Cause Indicators Backward Call Indicators Optional Backward Call Indicators Call Reference User to User Indicators User to User Information Connected Number Access Transport Generic Notification Indicator Call Diversion Information Transmission Medium Used Type F F O O O O O O O O O O O Length (octet) 1 1 4-? 4 3 7 3 3-131 4-12 3-? 3 3 3

Access Delivery Information Redirection Number Parameter Compatibility Information Network Specific Facility Remote Operations Service Activation Redirection Number Restriction End of Optional Parameters

O O O O O O O O

3 5-12 4-? 4-? 3-? 3-? 3 1

Circuit Group Response Message (CQR)


Sent in response to a Circuit/CIC Group Query message to indicate the state of all circuits/CICs in a particular range.
Parameter Message type Range and Status Circuit State Indicator Type F V V Length (octet) 1 2 3-33

Circuit Group Reset Acknowledgement Message (GRA)


GRA is sent in response to a Circuit/CIC Group Reset message indicating that the requested group of circuits/CICs has been reset. The message also indicates the maintenance blocking state of each circuit/CIC.
Parameter Message type Range and Status Type F V Length (octet) 1 3-34

Confusion Message (CFN)


CFN is sent in response to any message (other than a confusion message) if the node does not

recognize the message or detects a part of the message as being unrecognized.


Parameter Message type Cause Indicators End of Optional Parameters Type F V O Length (octet) 1 4-20 1

Connect Message (CON)


CON is sent in the backward direction indicating that all the address signals required for routeing the call to the called party have been received and that the call has been answered.
Parameter Message type Backward Call Indicators Optional Backward Call Indicators Call Reference User to User Indicators User to User Information Connected Number Access Transport Generic Notification Indicator Call History Information Transmission Medium Used Generic Number Echo Control Information Access Delivery Information Redirection Number Parameter Compatibility Information Network Specific Facility Remote Operations Service Activation Redirection Number Restriction End of Optional Parameters Type F O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O Length (octet) 1 2 3 7 3 3-131 4-12 3-? 3 3 3 4-12 3 3 5-12 4-? 4-? ? 3-? 3 1

Continuity Message (COT)


COT is sent in the forward direction indicating whether or not there is continuity on the preceding circuit(s) as well as of the selected circuit to the following exchange, including verification of the communication path across the exchange with the specified degree of reliability.
Parameter Message type Continiuty Indicators Type F F Length (octet) 1 1

Facility Reject Message (FRJ)


FRJ is sent in response to a facility request message to indicate that the facility request has been rejected.
Parameter Message type Facility Indicators Cause Indicators User to User Indicators End of Optional Parameters Type F F V O O Length (octet) 1 1 4 3 1

Information Message (INF)


INF is sent to convey information in association with a call, which may have been requested in an information request message.
Parameter Message type Information Indicators Calling Party's Category Calling Party Number Call Reference Type F F O O O Length (octet) 1 2 3 5-12 7

Connection Request Parameter Compatibility Information Network Specific Facility End of Optional Parameters

O O O O

7-9 4-? 6-? 1

Information Request Message (INR)


INF is sent by a node to request information in association with a call.
Parameter Message type Information Request Indicators Call Reference Parameter Compatibility Information Network Specific Facility End of Optional Parameters Type F F O O O O Length (octet) 1 2 7 4-? 4-? 1

IAM (Initial Address Message)


An Initial Address Message (IAM) is sent in the "forward" direction by each switch needed to complete the circuit between the calling party and called party until the circuit connects to the destination switch. An IAM contains the called party number in the mandatory variable part and may contain the calling party name and number in the optional part.
Parameter Message type Nature of Connection Indicators Forward Call Indicators Calling Party's Category Transmission Medium Requirement Called Party Number Transit Network Selection Call Reference Calling Party Number Type F F F F F V O O O Length (octet) 1 1 2 1 1 4-11 4-? 7 4-12

Optional Forward Call Indicators Redirecting Number Redirection Information Closed User Group Interlock Code Connection Request Origional Called Number User to User Information Access Transport User Service Information User to User Indicators Generic Number Propagation Delay Counter User Service Information Prime Network Specific Facility Generic Digit Originating ISC Point Code User Service Information Prime Remote Operations Parameter Compatibility Information Generic Notification Service Activation Generic Reference MLPP Precedence Transmission Medium Requirement Prime Location Number End of Optional Parameters

O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O

3 4-12 3-4 6 7-9 4-12 3-131 3-? 4-13 3 5-13 4 4-13 4-? ? 4 7 ? 4-? 3 3-? 5-? 8 3 5-12 1

REL (Release Message)


A Release Message (REL) is sent in either direction indicating that the circuit is being released due to the cause indicator specified. An REL is sent when either the calling or called party "hangs up" the call (cause = 16). An REL is also sent in the backward direction if the called party line is busy (cause = 17).
Parameter Type Length (octet)

Message type Cause Indicators Redirection Information Redirection Number User to User Indicators User to User Information Access Transport Access Delivery Information Parameter Compatibility Information Network Specific Facility signalingPoint Code Automatic Congestion Level Redirection Number Restriction End of Optional Parameters

F V O O O O O O O O O O O O

1 3-? 3-4 5-12 3 3-131 3-? 3 4-? 4-? 4 4 3 1

Release Complete Message


A Release Complete Message (RLC) is sent in the opposite direction of the REL to acknowledge the release of the remote end of a trunk circuit and end the billing cycle as appropriate.
Parameter Message type Cause Indicators End of Optional Parameters Type F O O Length (octet) 1 5-6 1

Subsequent Address Message (SAM)


SAM is sent in the forward direction following an initial address message, to convey additional called party number information.
Parameter Message type Subsequent Number End of Optional Parameters Type F V O Length (octet) 1 3-10 1

User to User Information Message (USR)


USR is used for the transport of user to user signaling independent of call control messages.
Parameter Message type User to User Information Access Transport End of Optional Parameters Type F V O O Length (octet) 1 2-130 3-? 1

Forward Transfer Message (FOT)


A message sent in the forward direction on semi automatic calls when the outgoing international exchange operator wants the help of an operator at the incoming international exchange. The message will normally serve to bring an assistance operator into the call if the call is automatically set up at the exchange.
Parameter Message type Call Reference End of Optional Parameters Type F O O Length (octet) 1 7 1

Resume (RES), Suspend (SUS) Messages


RES is sent in either direction indicating that the calling or called party, after having been suspended, is reconnected. SUS is sent in either direction indicating that the calling or called party has been temporarily disconnected.
Parameter Message type Suspend, Resume Indicators Call Reference Type F F O Length (octet) 1 1 7

End of Optional Parameters

Blocking (BLO) , Blocking Acknowledgement (BLA), Continuity Check Request (CCR) , Loop Back Acknowledgement (LPA), Overload (OLM), Reset Circuit (RSC), Unblocking (UBL), Unblocking Acknowledgement (UBA), Unequipped Circuit Identification Code (UCIC)
Blocking (BLO) message sent only for maintenance purposes to the exchange at the other end of a circuit, to cause an engaged condition of that circuit for subsequent calls outgoing from that exchange. When a circuit is used in the bothway mode of operation, an exchange receiving the blocking message must be capable of accepting incoming calls on the concerned circuit unless it has also sent a blocking message. Under certain conditions, a blocking message is also a proper response to a reset circuit message. Blocking Acknowledgement (BLA) message sent in response to a blocking message indicating that the circuit has been blocked. Continuity Check Request (CCR) message sent by an exchange for a circuit on which a continuity check is to be performed, to the exchange at the other end of the circuit, requesting continuity checking equipment to be attached. Loop Back Acknowledgement (LPA) message sent in the backward direction in response to a continuity check request message indicating that a loop (or transceiver in the case of a 2-wire circuit) has been connected. Overload (OLM) message sent in the backward direction, on non?priority calls in response to an IAM, to invoke temporary trunk blocking of the circuit concerned when the exchange generating the message is subject to load control. Reset Circuit (RSC) message sent to release a circuit/CIC when, due to memory mutilation or other causes, it is unknown whether for example, a Release or a Release Complete message is appropriate. If, at the receiving end, the circuit/CIC is remotely blocked, reception of this message should cause that condition to be removed. Unblocking (UBL) message sent to the exchange at the other end of a circuit to cancel, in that exchange, the engaged condition of the circuit caused by a previously sent blocking or circuit group blocking message. Unblocking Acknowledgement (UBA) message sent in response to an unblocking message indicating that the circuit has been unblocked. Unequipped Circuit Identification Code (UCIC) message sent from one node to another when it receives a message on a circuit/CIC that is not provisioned for use.
Parameter Message type Type F Length (octet) 1

Circuit Group Blocking (CGB), Circuit Group Blocking Ack. (CGBA), Circuit Group Unblocking (CGU), Circuit Group Unblocking Ack. (CGUA) Messages

Circuit Group Blocking (CGB) message sent to the node to permit the switching equipment or maintenance system to remove from (and return to) traffic a group of circuits/CICs. A node receiving a Circuit/CIC Group Blocking message must be able to accept incoming calls on the group of blocked circuits/CICs unless it has also sent a Circuit/CIC Group Blocking message. Circuit Group Blocking Acknowledgement (CGBA) message sent in response to a Circuit/CIC Group Blocking message to indicate that the requested group of circuits/CICs has been blocked. Circuit Group Unblocking (CGU) message sent to the node to cause cancellation in a group of circuits/CICs of a blocked condition invoked earlier by a Circuit/CIC Group Blocking message. Circuit Group Unblocking Acknowledgement (CGUA) message sent in response to a Circuit/CIC Group Unblocking message to indicate that the requested group of circuits/CICs has been unblocked.
Parameter Message type Circuit group supervision message type indicators Range and Status Type F F V Length (octet) 1 1 3-34

Circuit Group Reset (GRS), Circuit Group Query (CQM) Messages


Circuit Group Reset (GRS) message sent to release an identified group of circuits/CICs when, due to memory mutilation or other causes, it is unknown whether for example, a release or release complete message is appropriate for each of the circuits/CICs in the group. If at the receiving end a circuit/CIC is remotely blocked, reception of this message should cause that condition to be removed. Circuit Group Query (CQM) message sent on a routine or demand basis to request the far-end node to give the state of all circuits/CICs in a particular range.
Parameter Message type Range and Status Type F V Length (octet) 1 2

Facility Accepted (FAA), Facility Request (FAR) Messages


Accepted (FAA) message sent in response to a facility request message indicating that the requested facility has been invoked. Facility Request (FAR) message sent from a node to another node to request activation of a facility.
Parameter Type Length (octet)

Message type Facility Indicators Call Reference User to User Indicators Connection Request Parameter Compatibility Information End of Optional Parameters

F F O O O O O

1 1 7 3 9 4-? 1

Pass-along (PAM) Message


Pass-along (PAM) message that may be sent in either direction to transfer information between two signalingpoints along the same signalingpath as that used to establish a physical connection between those two points.
Parameter Message type Type F Length (octet) 1

User Part Test (UPT), User Part Available (UPA) Messages


User Part Test (UPT) message sent in either direction to test the status of a user part marked as unavailable for a signaling point. User Part Available (UPA) message sent in either direction as a response to a user part test message, to indicate that the user part is available.
Parameter Message type Parameter Compatibility Information End of Optional Parameters Type F O O Length (octet) 1 4-? 1

Facility (FAC) Message


Facility (FAC) message sent in either direction at any phase of the call to request an action at another node. The message is also used to carry the results, error or rejection of a previously requested

action.
Parameter Message type Service Activation Remote Operations Message Compatibility Information Parameter Compatibility Information End of Optional Parameters Type F O O O O O Length (octet) 1 3-? ? 4 4-? 1

Network Resorce Management (NRM) Message


Network Resource Management (NRM) message sent in order to modify network resources associated with a certain call. The message is sent along an established path in any direction in any phase of the call.
Parameter Message type Echo Control Information Transmission Medium Used Message Compatibility Information Parameter Compatibility Information End of Optional Parameters Type F O O O O O Length (octet) 1 3 3 4 4-? 1

Identification Request (IDR) Message


Identification Request (IDR) message sent in the backward direction to request action regarding the malicious call identification supplementary service.
Parameter Message type MCID Request Indicators Message Compatibility Information Parameter Compatibility Information Type F O O O Length (octet) 1 3-? 4-? 4-?

End of Optional Parameters

Identification Response (IRS) Message


Identification Response (IRS) message sent in response to the identification request message.
Parameter Message type MCID Response Indicators Message Compatibility Information Parameter Compatibility Information Calling Party Number Access Transport Generic Number End of Optional Parameters Type F O O O O O O O Length (octet) 1 3-? 4-? 4-? 5-12 3-? 5-13 1

Segmentation (SGM) Message


Segmentation (SGM) message sent in either direction to convey an additional segment of an overlength message.
Parameter Message type User to User Information Message Compatibility Information Generic Digit Generic Notification Access Transport Generic Number End of Optional Parameters Type F O O O O O O O Length (octet) 1 3-131 4-5 ? 3 3-? 5-13 1

ISUP Message Flow


This section provides an introduction to the core set of ISUP messages that are used to set up and release a call. The ISUP protocol defines a large set of procedures and messages, many of which are used for supplementary services and maintenance procedures. While the ITU Q.763 ISUP standard defines nearly fifty messages, a core set of five to six messages represent the majority of the ISUP traffic on most SS7 networks. The basic message flow that is presented here provides a foundation for the remainder of the chapter. Additional messages, message content, and the actions taken at an exchange during message processing build upon the foundation presented here. A basic call can be divided into three distinct phases: Setup Conversation (or data exchange for voice-band data calls) Release

ISUP is primarily involved in the set-up and release phases. Further ISUP signaling can take place if a supplementary service is invoked during the conversation phase. In Figure 8-3, part A illustrates the ISUP message flow for a basic call. The call is considered basic because no supplementary services or protocol interworking are involved. The next section, "Call Setup," explains the figure's message timer values.

Figure 8-3. Simple ISUP Message Flow


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Call Setup
A simple basic telephone service call can be established and released using only five ISUP messages. In Figure 8-3, part A shows a call between SSP A and SSP B. The Initial Address Message (IAM) is the first message sent, which indicates an attempt to set up a call for a particular circuit. The IAM contains information that is necessary to establish the call connectionsuch as the call type, called party number, and information about the bearer circuit. When SSP B receives the IAM, it responds with an Address Complete Message (ACM). The ACM indicates that the call to the selected destination can be completed. For example, if the destination is a subtending line, the line has been determined to be in service and not busy. The Continuity message (COT), shown in the figure, is an optional message that is used for continuity testing of the voice path before it is cut through to the end users. This chapter's "Continuity Test" section discusses the COT message. Once the ACM has been sent, ringing is applied to the terminator and ring back is sent to the originator. When the terminating set goes off-hook, an Answer Message (ANM) is sent to the originator. The call is now active and in the talking state. For an ordinary call that does not involve special services, no additional ISUP messages are exchanged until one of the parties signals the end of the call by going on-hook.

Call Release
In Figure 8-3, the call originator at SSP A goes on-hook to end the call. SSP A sends a Release message (REL) to SSP B. The REL message signals the far end to release the bearer channel. SSP B responds with a Release Complete message (RLC) to acknowledge the REL message. The RLC indicates that the circuit has been released. If the terminating party goes on-hook first, the call might be suspended instead of being released. Suspending a call maintains the bearer connection for a period of time, even though the terminator has disconnected. The terminator can go off-hook to resume the call, providing that he does so before the expiration of the disconnect timer or a disconnect by the originating party. This chapter discusses suspending and resuming a connection in more detail in the section titled "Circuit Suspend and Resume."

NOTE
Several different terms are used to identify the two parties who are involved in a telephone conversation. For example, the originating party is also known as the calling party, or the "A" party. The terminating party, or "B" party, are also synonymous with the called party.

Unsuccessful Call Attempt


In Figure 8-3, part B shows an unsuccessful call attempt between SSP A and SSP B. After receiving the IAM, SSP B checks the status of the destination line and discovers that it is busy. Instead of an ACM, a REL message with a cause value of User Busy is sent to SSP A, indicating that the call cannot be set up. While this example shows a User Busy condition, there are many reasons that a call set-up attempt might be unsuccessful. For example, call screening at the terminating exchange might reject the call and therefore prevent it from being set up. Such a rejection would result in a REL with a cause code of Call Rejected.

NOTE
Call screening compares the called or calling party number against a defined list of numbers to determine whether a call can be set up to its destination.

SS7 ISUP Message Format, Messages, Parameters and Timers


SS7 ISUP Message Format :
ISDN User Part Messages are carried on the signaling link by means of signal units. The service indicator for ISUP signaling is coded 0101. The signaling information field of each signaling system 7 ISUP message consists of the following parts.
a) Routing label :

For each individual circuit connection, the same routing label must be used for each message that is transmistted for that connection.
b) CIC - Circuit Identification Code :

Network use CIC to identify which call circuit refers which signal.
c)Message Type Code :

Consists of one octet field and it's mandatory for all messages. It uniquely defines the function and format of each ISUP message. Such as IAM, ACM, ANM etc.

d) The mandatory fixed part :

These are fixed length mandatory parameters that every message should have. The position, length and order of parameters is uniquely defined by the message type. For this reason, the names of the parameters and the length of the indicators are not included in the message.
e) The mandatory variable part :

Variable length mandatory parameters will be included in the mandatory variable part. Pointers are used to indicate the beginning of each parameter. Each pointer is encoded as a single octet. The name of the parameter and the order in which the parameters are sent is implicit in the message type. The parameters names are not included in the message. A pointer is also included to indicate the beginning of the optional part. Each parameter contains the parameter length indicator followed by the contents of the parameter.
f) The optional part

The optional part consists of parameters that may or may not occur in particular message type. Both fixed and variable length parameters may be included. Optional parameters can be transmitted in any order. Each optional parameter will include a parameter name (one octet) and the length indicator (one octet) followed by the parameter contents. After all parameters have been sent, an "end of optional parameters" octet which contains all zeros will be transmitted.

SS7 ISUP Messages, Parameters and Timers:


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Isup Messages

ISUP Messages Address complete Answer Blocking Blocking acknowledgement Call progress Circuit group blocking Circuit group blocking acknowledgement

Binary Values Hex Values 00000110 00001001 00010011 00010101 00101100 00011000 00011010 06 09 13 15 2C 18 1A

Circuit group query Circuit group query response Circuit group reset Circuit group reset acknowledgement Circuit group unblocking Circuit group unblocking acknowledgement Charge information Confusion Connect Continuity Continuity check request Facility Facility accepted Facility reject Facility request Forward transfer Identification request Identification response Information Information request Initial address

00101010 00101011 00010111 00101001 00011001 00011011 00110001 00101111 00000111 00000101 00010001 00110011 00100000 00100001 00011111 00001000 00110110 00110111 00000100 00000011 00000001

2A 2B 17 29 19 1B 31 2F 07 05 11 33 20 21 1F 08 36 37 04 03 01

Loop back acknowledgement Network resource management Overload Pass-along Release Release complete Reset circuit Resume Segmentation Subsequent address Suspend Unblocking Unblocking acknowledgement Unequipped CIC User Part available User Part test User-to-User information

00100100 00110010 00110000 00101000 00001100 00010000 00010010 00001110 00111000 00000010 00001101 00010100 00010110 00101110 00110101 00110100 00101101

24 32 30 28 0C 10 12 0E 38 02 0D 14 16 2E 35 34 2D

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Isup Parameters

ISUP Parameters Access delivery information Access transport Automatic congestion level Backward call indicators Call diversion information Call history information Call reference Called party number Calling party number Calling party's category Circuit state indicator Cause indicators Circuit group supervision message type indicator Closed user group interlock code Connected number Connection request Continuity indicators Echo control information End of optional parameters

Binary Values Hex Values 00101110 00000011 00100111 00010001 00110110 00101101 00000001 00000100 00001010 00001001 00100110 00010010 00010101 00011010 00100001 00001101 00010000 00110111 00000000 2E 03 27 11 36 2D 01 04 0A 09 26 12 15 1A 21 0D 10 37 00

Event information Facility indicator Forward call indicators Free phone indicators Generic digits Generic notification Generic number Generic reference Hop counter Information indicators Information request indicators Location number MCID request indicator MCID response indicator Message compatibility information MLPP precedence Nature of connection indicators Network specific facilities Optional backward call indicators Optional forward call indicators Original called number

00100100 00011000 00000111 01000001 11000001 00101100 11000000 01000010 00111101 00001111 00001110 00111111 00111011 00111100 00111000 00111000 00000110 00101111 00101001 00001000 00101000

24 18 07 41 C1 2C C0 42 3D 0F 0E 3F 3B 3C 38 38 06 2F 29 08 28

Origination ISC point code Parameter compatibility information Propagation delay counter Range and status Redirecting number Redirection information Redirection number Redirection number restriction Remote operations Service activation Signaling point code Subsequent number Suspend/resume indicators Transit network selection Transmission medium requirement Transmission medium requirement prime Transmission medium used User service information User service information prime User teleservice information User-to-User indicators

00101011 00111001 00110001 00010110 00001011 00010011 00001100 01000000 00110010 00110011 00011110 00000101 00100010 00100011 00000010 00111110 00110101 00011101 00110000 00110100 00101010

2B 39 31 16 0B 13 0C 40 32 33 1E 05 22 23 02 3E 35 1D 30 34 2A

User-to-User information

00100000

20

Isup Timers

Symbol

Default Value 15 sec. 3 min. 5 min. 1 min.

Acceptable Range 15-60 sec. 3 min. 5-15 min. 1-2 min.

Signal/Event

T1 T2 T5 T6

Release/Release Complete Suspend/Resume Release/Release Complete On-hook, Reanswer Initial Address, Address Complete, Subsequent Address, Connect

T7

20 sec.

20-30 sec.

T8 T9 T10 T11 T12 T13 T14 T15 T16 T17

10 sec. 3 min. 4 sec. 20 sec. 15 sec. 5 min. 15 sec. 5 min. 15 sec. 5 min.

10-15 sec. 1.5 - 3 min. 4-6 sec. 15-20 sec. 15-60 sec. 5-15 min. 15-60 sec. 5-15 min. 15-60 sec. 5-15 min. Address Complete, Answer Last Digit Timer Initial Address, Address Complete, Subsequent Address User Part Available, UA Blocking, Blocking Ack. Unblocking, Unblocking Ack. Unblocking, Unblocking Ack. Reset Circuit, Release Complete Reset Circuit, Release Complete

T18 T19 T20 T21 T22 T23 T24 T25 T26 T27 T28 T29 T30 T33 T34 T35 T36 T38 T39

15 sec. 5 min. 15 sec. 5 min. 15 sec. 5 min. 1.9 sec. 5 sec. 2 min. 4 min. 10 sec. 300 ms. 5 sec. 12 sec. 2 sec. 15 sec. 10 sec. 3 min. 12 sec.

15-60 sec. 5-15 min. 15-60 sec. 5-15 min. 15-60 sec. 5-15 min. 2 sec. 1-10 sec. 1-3 min. 4 min. 10 sec. 300-600 ms. 5-10 sec. 12-15 sec. 2-4 sec. 15-20 sec. 10-15 sec. 2-3 min. 12-15 sec.

Circuit Group Blocking, Circuit Group Blocking Ack. Circuit Group Blocking, Circuit Group Blocking Ack.

Circuit Group Unblocking, Circuit Group Unblocking Ack.

SQM, SQR

Digit Collection

On-hook, Reanswer Information Request, Information

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