A concise overview of QSIG, covering the development, current use and future of this private network signalling protocol.
What is QSIG? User benefits, flexible interconnection, public ISDN synergy, feature transparency-end to end intelligence, innovation specialist features – heterogeneous environment.
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.
QSIG supplementary services standardisation methodology.
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.
FAQ’s, European Computer Manufacturers Association. The Future.
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This structured course uses Instructor Led Training to provide the best possible learning experience. Small class sizes ensure students benefit from our engaging and interactive style of teaching with delegates encouraged to ask questions throughout the course. Quizzes follow each major section allowing checking of learning.