J. S., Framestore CFC
B. M., London Internet Exchange
QSIG training course contents
What is QSIG? User benefits, flexible interconnection, public ISDN synergy, feature transparency-end to end intelligence, innovation specialist features – heterogeneous environment.
Evolution of QSIG
Evolution of QSIG, ISDN PBX Networking, Specification forum (IPNS), QSIG standardisation. The ITU-T reference model extended for corporate networks
Q Protocol stack, QSIG basic call layer 3 – SubLayer 1, QSIG Generic Functional layer 3 Sub-Layer 2 (GF), QSIG protocols for supplementary services & ANF’s- Layer 3, Sub-Layer 3, Layer 3 Message Overview.
Supplementary Services and ANFs
QSIG supplementary services standardisation methodology.
QSIG Services and additional network features:
Advice of charge, Call Completion, (CCBS, CCNR), Call Forwarding and diversion (CFB, CFNR, CFU, CD), Services (CINT, CI, CO, CT, CW, DDI) Services cont. (DND, DNDO), Identification Services – (CLIP, COLP, CLIR, CNIP, CONP, CNIR), Other QSIG services and additional network features (Mobile, Multi Subscriber Number (MSN), Operator Services, Recall (RE), Sub-Addressing (SUB)), User to user signalling, compliance with services.
Conclusion – QSIG
FAQ’s, European Computer Manufacturers Association. The Future.
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