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ZXIN10

System Network Architecture

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Contents

About This Manual

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Purpose

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Intended Audience

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Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge

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What Is in This Manual

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Conventions

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How to Get in Touch

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Chapter 1

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System Architecture Introduction

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Overview

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Introduction to IN Equipment

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Introduction to the Module Function

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Chapter 2

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ZXC10-IN Network

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Overview

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Networking Mode of ZXC10-IN-SCP and ZXC10-IN-SMP

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ZXC10-SMAP Remote Access Mode

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Appendix A

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Abbreviations

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Figures

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Tables

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Index

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About This Manual

Purpose

This manual provides information for how to understand intelligent system network structure.

Intended Audience

This manual is intended for engineers and technicians who perform operation activities on ZXIN 10 system.

Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge

To use this document effectively, users must have general understanding of wireless telecommunication technology.

What Is in This Manual

This manual contains the following chapters.

T ABLE 1 CHAPTER SUMMARY

Chapter

Summary

Chapter 1, System Architecture Introduction

Provides an introduction of IN system architecture.

Chapter 2, ZXC10-IN Network

Provides an introduction of system network architecture.

 

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C h a p t e r

System Architecture Introduction

Overview

Introduction

This chapter provides a general introduction of IN equipment and modules function.

ZXC10-IN system is the self-developed wireless intelligent network series products by ZTE Corporation. ZXC10-IN product design strictly observes the relevant technical regulations for the first phase of WIN.

Contents

This chapter contains the following topics.

Topic

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Introduction to IN Equipment

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Introduction to the Module Function

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Introduction to IN Equipment

FIGURE 1

NETWORKING

ZXC10-IN ZTE WIRELESS INTELLIGENT NETWORK EQUIPMENT

ZXC10 -CEP ZXC10 -SCEP ZXC10 -SMP ZXC10 -SMP ZXC10 -SMAP ZXC10 -SMAP ZXC10 -SCP ZXC10
ZXC10 -CEP
ZXC10 -SCEP
ZXC10 -SMP
ZXC10 -SMP
ZXC10 -SMAP
ZXC10 -SMAP
ZXC10 -SCP
ZXC10 -SCP
ZXC10 -SCP
ZXC10 -SCP
ZXC10 -VC
ZXC10 -VC
No.7
No.7
No.7
Signaling
信令网
信令网
net work
Data channel
MAP MAP
ZXC10 -HLR
ZXC10 -HLR
ZXC10 -
ZXC10 -
ZXC10 -
ZXC10 -
ZXC10 -IP
ZXC10 -IP
GMSC/SSP
GMSC/SSP
MSC/VLR/SSP
MSC/VLR/SSP
PSTN
PSTNPSTN
PLMNPLMN
PLMN

As shown in Figure 1 CDMA Wireless Intelligent Network (WIN) adopts standard intelligent network construction plan. All the intelligent service is triggered directly via the subscriber data and the service provided is very convenient and flexible.

ZXC10-IN system is the self-developed wireless intelligent network series products by ZTE Corporation. ZXC10-IN product design strictly observes the relevant technical regulations for the first phase of WIN. The products include the items below.

--Service Control Point (ZXC10-SCP)

-- Service Creation Environment Point (ZXIN10-SCEP)

--Intelligent Peripheral (ZXC10-IP)

--Service Management Point (ZXC10-SMP)

--Service Management Access Point (ZXC10-SMAP)

---Mobile Switching Center/Visitor Location Register/Service Switching Point (ZXC10-MSC/VLR/SSP, ZXC10-GMSC/SSP)

-- Home Location Registration/Authentication Center (ZXIN10- HLR/AUC)

--Voucher Center (ZXC10-VC)

-- Short Message Service Center (ZXC10-SMSC)

The above equipment can be not only used collaboratively with each other, but also interconnected and compelled with the equipment from other manufacturers via the standard interfaces.

The typical structure of the WIN is shown in Figure 1.

Chapter 1 System Architecture Introduction

Chapter 1 System Architecture Introduction

Introduction to the Module Function

ZXIN10-SSP: It offers the SSF, CCF

no

standalone IP is used, it also offers a part of SRF. It can trigger IN service according to the CAMEL subscription information (CSI) or number segment; it accepts the SCP operations to control the call process; it also offers the embedded SRF.

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CCAF;

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ZXIN10-SCP: It is the core of ZXIN10. It offers the SCF and SDF and can accept the management from the SMP. It provides the service logic processing program (SLPS) required for the processing of the IN service and the data required for offering IN services. In general, the SCP consists of two parts: SCF and SDF. The SCP and the SSP are connected through the SS7 network.

ZXIN10-SMP: It offers functions such as access management, service management (for example, online service loading), service data management and network management. It implements network management, service management and system management in the IN system. It can load/unload the IN services newly developed and provided, and manage ongoing services; especially, it can coordinate the requests from different SCF and SDF for a given service. It can also manage and modify relevant IN service data and network data of the IN.

ZXIN10-SCE: It offers functions such as service logic compilation, service data creation, syntax check, service simulation execution, service performance test, service conflict detection, and service creation. It enables the IN to implement new services quickly, flexibly, and conveniently. As a component of the IN, the SCE provides the user with a means to develop services rapidly.

ZXIN10-IP: It offers functions such as DTMF receiving/sending, message sending/receiving, voice mailbox, voice synthesizing, and voice recognition; its record announcement function offers more than three languages for option. It provides the resources required for the information exchange between the user and the network. The resources include user-defined voice announcement, synthetic language/speech recognition devices, DTMF number receiver, signal generator, switching matrix connecting users to the resources, telephone conference bridge and information distribution bridge. The IP can be connected directly to one or more SSPs, or to the SS7 network.

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C h a p t e r

ZXC10-IN Network

Overview

Introduction

This chapter provides a general introduction of IN system network architecture.

Contents

This chapter contains the following topics.

Topic

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Networking Mode of ZXC10-IN-SCP and ZXC10-IN-SMP

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ZXC10-SMAP Remote Access Mode

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Networking Mode of ZXC10- IN-SCP and ZXC10-IN-SMP

ZTE WIN equipment ZXIN10-SCP and ZXIN10-SMP can provide flexible networking modes according to the specific conditions, There are three types of networking modes, in which, the connection within the same local network and the connection via DDN are the primary two types. If the scales of SCP and SMP are relatively small, the combined mode of ZXC10-SCP and SMP are adopted for the further saving of the hardware investment.

1. ZXIN10-SCP and ZXIN10-SMP are located in the same LAN.

It is the most common networking mode, featuring lower hardware cost, sharing a set of equipment such as the Ethernet switch and router, and faster information interaction.

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FIGURE 2

ZXIN10-SCP AND ZXIN10-SMP ARE LOCATED IN THE S AME LAN

AND ZXIN10-SMP A RE L OCATED IN THE S AME LAN 2. ZXIN10-SCP is connected with

2. ZXIN10-SCP is connected with ZXIN10-SMP via the DDN dedicated line.

It is suitable for the case that ZXIN10-SCP and ZXIN10-SMP cannot be put locally, for example, a set of SMP managing multiple sets of remote SCPs. The detailed connection figure of the mode has been shown in the structure diagram of ZXC10-SCP and ZXC10-SMP and will not be repeated here.

ZXC10-SMAP Remote Access Mode

The ZXC10 system networking is fully based on standard TCP/IP and is implemented via LAN or WAN. The main networking modes include DDN, ISDN, X. 25, PSTN and access server. They are described as follows.

1. DDN Mode

DDN mode can be divided into two modes: synchronous DDN and asynchronous DDN.

For the synchronous DDN mode, a router should be configured at the SMP end, and normally 64 K synchronous leased line is adopted. When accessing less than two remote SMAPs, the CISCO1720 + WIC-2A/S router (two synchronous interfaces are provided) is used. In case of more than two remote SMAPs, the CISCO2620 router (at most one 8-port module can be provided) is recommended. In case of even more SMAPs, the CISCO3640 (two 8port modules can be connected) or the CISCO2620 combined with E1 module (30 64KDDNs can be provided) is preferred.

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Chapter 2 System Architecture Introduction

Each router synchronous port should be connected with the base-band MODEM. The specific model should be consistent with the base-band MODEM model in the DDN node machine of the office. The interface cable model of the router and the base-band MODEM is V35 or V24 (refer to the base-band MODEM interface for detail). One DE853 transceiver (product of DLINK Company) is required for every router to convert the AUI thick cable port to the RJ45 thin cable port. The base-band MODEM is connected to the DDN node machine via the twisted-pair.

2. ISDN Mode

When there are no more than four remote access points, the SMP center uses 2B + D ISDN router (CISCO2620 + 4-port ISDN BRI module) or CISCO1720 (only 1-port ISDN BRI module can be configured). The CISCO1720 can be configured in the remote SMAP. In case of multiple SMAPs, multiple ISDN 2B + D routers or CISCO2620 + ISDN-PRI module can be configured.

3. X.25 Mode

The X.25 mode is similar to the ISDN mode. Select a machine at remote SMAP as the network gateway, insert an X.25 network card, and connect such network card with synchronous frequency band MODEM as the MOTOLAR3265 or ETECH3648 series via the V.24 interface. Connect the network card with the X.25 network with that MODEM. At the NM center, one or more X.25 private lines can be used. However, as the X.25 private line usually has a low rate, only using one line may cause serious link congestion.

4. PSTN Mode

PSTN mode needs less investment, but has a low speed and unstable line performance. At the SMP, select a router that can be connected with multiple asynchronous interfaces. The CISCO2620, for example, can be connected with a 16-port module or 32-port module. At the remote SMAP, dial directly with MODEM. Select the 56K MODEM. The types are TD3624VDC (AC/DC) and TD3366 (AC).

5. Using ZXIP10-AS Access Server

This mode makes full advantage of the PLMN resources. The SMAP dials with the MODEM to access from the local PSTN, while the toll access runs by way of the PLMN. The detailed connections are: SMAP-MODEM-PSTN (local) GMSC-TMSC- AS-SMP.

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A

A p p e n d i x

Abbreviations

Acronyms

Full Name

CAMEL

Customized

Applications

for

Mobile

Networks

Enhanced Logic

CAP

CAMEL Application Part

 

CDMA

Code Division Multiple Access

 

SCCP

Signaling Connection Control Part

 

SCP

Service Control Point

 

SMP

Service Management Point

 

SMAP

Service Management Access Point

 

INAP

Intelligent Network Application Protocol

 

MAP

Mobile Application Part

 

TCAP

Transaction Capability Application Part

 

ISUP

ISDN User Part

TUP

Telephone User Part

 

WIN

Wireless Intelligent Network

 

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Figures

Figure 1 ZXC10-IN ZTE Wireless Intelligent Network Equipment

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Figure 2 ZXIN10-SCP and ZXIN10-SMP Are Located in the Same

Networking

LAN

6

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Tables

Table 1 Chapter Summary

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Table 2 Typographical Conventions

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Table 3 Conventions For Using a Mouse

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Index

DDN Mode

6

VC

2

IP 2

WAN

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ISDN Mode

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X.25

Mode

7

LAN

6

ZTE WIN

5

PSTN Mode

7

ZXIN10-SCP

5

SMSC

2