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Instantiate an Acme IMS instance Anita Yadav, firstname.lastname@example.org Masroor Ahmed, email@example.com Pratik Pai, firstname.lastname@example.org Reema Chila, email@example.com Mentor : Mohammad Sharique Nakhawa firstname.lastname@example.org
Acme Net-Net SIP Multimedia-Xpress 2 SMX has streamlined, third party interoperability- oriented architecture. The architecture allows for the efficient collapsing of core network and SBC functions into a single process.
Vsphere client running SMX 3
Configuration of SMX 4
Ladder Diagram for Registering Users 5
Wireshark Traces for Registration 6
Requests sent to HSS 7
SIP Registrations 8
Registered Users on Fokus HSS 9 User Alice Registered
Call without RTP Ladder Diagram 11
Wireshark Trace of Call 12
UAC Call Success 13
UAS Before 14
UAS After 15
Tools Used 16 FSTP to send XML File
How it looks! 17 HSS SMX
Summary 18 Configuration of SMX Registering users on HSS Writing scenario files UAS & UAC for SIPp Making Call using SIPp using UAC & UAS
Special Thanks! 19 Professor Elliot Eichen Mohmmad Sharique Gowtham Javaregowda and of course our Lab TA’s : Magesh Mani Chentil Kumar Balasivakumar
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