Configuring Inner Standalone H. After the inner standalone is configured, the internal phones can call each other using the internal extension numbers even if the interface between the gateway and the softswitch is interrupted. Context The MG interface supports the inner standalone function only when it uses the H. When the MG interface works in the inner standalone state, only the internal users of the MG interface can communicate in the normal state. To maintain the same user phone number in the standalone state as the one used in normal condition, configure the phone number on the MG to be the same as that on the MGC. Prerequisite The voice service users are configured properly on the H.
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It is a generic term for logical functional entities that control IP multimedia services at the core layer. In R7, the standardization of fixed-mobile convergence FMC is enhanced. The softswitch technology emerged in The technology is mature now after multiple development phases such as the experiment and commercial use phases. In the world, several telecom operators have already launched the softswitch experiments.
Currently, the softswitch technology can replace the circuit switch and can provide the broadband multimedia service. Given the maturity of the softswitch technology, how can we develop and position the IMS? First, we need to compare and analyze the IMS and softswitch comprehensively.
The IMS is similar to the softswitch in the aspect of basic technologies. Both of them use the IP-based network. Both of them implement isolation between controlling and bearing. Most protocols are similar or the same. They share many of the gateway devices and terminal devices. The IMS is different from the softswitch in the following aspects: 1. In the softswitch, SIP is only one of the call control protocols.
In general, the main difference between the IMS and softswitch is the network architecture. Therefore, the IMS application scope can be expanded from the mobile network to the fixed network. In addition, the IMS architecture supports mobility management and provides some quality of service QoS guarantee mechanisms.
Network Transformation -- Challenges and Opportunities for Network Carriers Traditional carriers are now facing three main challenges: A. Saturation in fixed-line and wireless voice markets. Lack of an effective strategy and sufficient profit margins for broadband services. The need for transformation The prevalent trend in the telecom market exhibits wireless technologies replacing fixed-line telephony, voice services giving way to non-voice services, and ICT convergence superseding traditional business services. The fixed network market has undergone substantive, structural changes in terms of increasingly demanding market requirements, the impact of technological progress and fresh challenges due to increased competition. Telecommunications is now focused on the integration of multimedia information and the convergence of IT and CT in corporate applications. Furthermore, there now exists a greater emphasis on mobility and personalized and customized services.
Echo noise in FTTH due to the EC configuaraiton on Softswitch