SS7 SERVER ACCESS

DEMO

features

  • Supports analysis of SSP-STP (A link, E link), STP-STP (B link, C link), & SSP-SSP (F link) interfaces
  • Supports analysis of GSM/UMTS MAP interfaces
    • B (Interface b/w the MSC and its associated VLR)
    • C (Interface b/w the HLR and the MSC)
    • D (Interface b/w the HLR and the VLR)
    • E (Interface b/w MSCs)
    • F (Interface b/w MSC and EIR)
    • H (Interface between HLR and AuC)
    • J (Interface b/w the HLR and the gsmSCF)
  • Displays Summary, Detail, Hex-dump, Statistics, and Call Detail Views
  • Summary View displays MTP2, MTP3 information and SS7 Message types, Called and Calling number, SCCP message type, SSN, INAP information, IUP information, BICC message type, and more in a tabular format
  • Detail View displays decodes of a user-selected frame from the Summary View, the contents of this view can also be copied to clipboard
  • Capable of decoding many important protocols from GSM/GPRS network i.e. MAP, CAP
  • Hex Dump View displays the frame information in HEX and ASCII format, the contents of this view can also be copied to clipboard
  • Streams can be captured on the selected time slots (contiguous or non-contiguous), sub-channels, or full bandwidth. Frames can be transmitted/captured in either, n x 64 kbps, or n x 56 kbps data channels.
  • Statistics View displays call and MSU statistics at any link or entire link set
  • Call trace isolates call specific information i.e. status of each call (i.e. active/completed), duration of completed call, OPC, DPC, CIC, Called and Calling Party Numbers, and more
  • Exports Summary View information to a comma delimited file for subsequent import into a database or spreadsheet
  • Capability to export detail decodes information to an ASCII file
  • Recorded trace files can be played back using HDLC Playback application
  • Flexibility to select/hide the call trace columns as required by the user
  • Call Detail Recording feature includes data link groups that help in defining the direction of the calls in a given network and form logical groups comprised of unidirectional (either ‘Forward’ or ‘Backward’) data links
  • Supports filtering and search based on Frame length, FSN, BSN, SSN, and so on
  • Option to create multiple aggregate column groups and prioritize the groups as per the requirement to display the summary results efficiently
  • Allows the user to create search/filter criteria automatically from the current screen selection
  • Any protocol field can be added to the summary view, filtering, and search features providing users more flexibility to monitor required protocol fields
  • HDLC (according to Q.921) based SS7 frames are parsed based on ANSI and ITU standards
  • Ability to configure the .ini file for custom decoding options such as SSN value of INAP, MAP, CAP, CNAM, TCAP and IS41, and more.
  • Remote monitoring capability using our Network Surveillance System
  • Real-time filter and search features on various SS7 message types
  • Streams can be captured on the selected time slots (contiguous or non-contiguous), sub-channels or full bandwidth. Frames may also be contained in either one, n x 64 kbps, or n x 56 kbps data channels
  • The following variations are accommodated in the software: inverted or non-inverted data, byte reversal or non-reversal
  • Supports decoding of frames with FCS of 16 bits and 32 bits, or none
  • Recorded trace files can be played back using HDLC Playback application
  • Multiple remote clients may access a single T1/E1 server. Also, the T1/E1 server is fully functional while being accessed as a server. Thus, a user may perform T1/E1 operations locally on the server while a client is accessing the same server, in real time.(For Remote Analyzers only)
  • Multiple streams of SS7 traffic on various T1/E1 channels can be simultaneously decoded with different GUI instances
  • Trace files for analysis can be loaded through simple command-line arguments
  • Multiple trace files can be loaded simultaneously with different GUI instances for offline analysis
  • Provides options to capture voice, digits, tones or FAX traffic
  • Segregates, captures, and collects statistics on TDM calls
  • Provides graphical representation of call analysis, such as ladder diagrams of protocols

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