Presentation on theme: "Wireless Intelligent Networking SCP HLR. Overview We will discuss the following topics: What Intelligent Networking is What are the principles of."— Presentation transcript:
Wireless Intelligent Networking SCP HLR
Overview We will discuss the following topics: What Intelligent Networking is What are the principles of Intelligent Networking Where Intelligent Networking is defined today What services are defined for Intelligent Networking What the overall architecture is for an Intelligent Network
What is Wireless Intelligent Networking? An Evolving Network Architecture Enhanced Mobile Services New Capabilities Intelligent Networking Features Controlled Outside the Switch Defined for Wireline and Wireless Networks
Intelligent Network Characteristics It allows for rapid introduction of new services It is customer and telephone provider programmable It is supplier transparent and independent It supports enhanced service provider access
Intelligent Networking Terms What is AIN? What is INAP? What is WIN? What is CAMEL?
Principles of Intelligent Networking Service Plane Global Functional Plane Distributed Functional Plane Physical Plane Service #1 BCP POI POR SIB Hardware SIB
Intelligent Network Conceptual Model An Overview Service Plane Global Functional Plane Distributed Functional Plane Physical Plane Service #1 BCP POI POR SIB FE Hardware ISCP Hardware SSP Hardware IP SF Services, Service Features SIBs FEs and IFs PEs
Intelligent Networking Phases CAMEL CAMEL Phase 1 CAMEL Phase 2 Additional EDPs interaction between a user and a service using announcements, voice prompting and information collection via in-band or USSD interaction; Control of call duration and transfer of AoC Information to the ms; The CSE can be informed about the invocation of the supplementary services ECT, CD and MPTY; For easier post-processing, charging information from a serving node can be integrated in normal call records. Support of facilities to avoid overload; Capabilities to support Dialed Services; Capabilities to handle mobility events, such as not-reachable and roaming; Control of GPRS sessions and PDP contexts; Control of mobile originating SMS through both CS and PS serving network entities; Interworking with SoLSA (Support of Localized Service Area) (optional) The CSE can be informed about the invocation of the SS CCBS. CAMEL Phase 3 Control of MO, MT and MF calls Any time interrogation Support of Optimal Routing for CS mobile to mobile calls; Capability of the CSE to create additional parties in an existing call; Capability for the CSE to create a new call unrelated to any other existing call; Capabilities for the enhanced handling of call party connections; Capability for the CSE to control sessions in the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS); Enhanced CSE capability for dialed services; The capability to report basic service changes during ongoing call; The CSE capability to select between preferred and less preferred bearer services; The capability for the CSE to control trunk originated calls; The capability for the CSE to request additional dialed digits; CAMEL Phase 4 Release 5 Release 6 Release 7
Intelligent Networking Phases WIN WIN Phase 1 WIN Pre-Paid Charging Pre-Paid Charging (Voice) Enhanced Charging Services Triggers for Preferred Language Advice of Charge Rejection of Undesired Annoying Calls Premium Rate Charging Freephone WIN Phase 2 Voice Controlled Services Incoming Call Screening Calling Name Delivery PPC Enhancements for Circuit-Switched Data and SMS 3GPP2 X.S0010-A WIN Support for Location Based Services 3GPP2 X.S0009-0
Intelligent Network Architecture The SCP and IP Intelligent Peripheral Service Creation Interfaces with the MSC (CCF/SCF) Contains Service Logic (SCF) Service Data (SDF) Specialized Resources (SRF) Voice Announcements DTMF Receivers Interfaces with other Databases HLR VLR MSC VLR MSC STP SCP
Intelligent Network Architecture Service Creation Service Design Service Provisioning Service Validation & Testing Service Activation Service Assurance Service Creation HLR VLR MSC VLR MSC STP SCP Intelligent Peripheral
Intelligent Networking Protocol Network Link Data Link DUPDUP TUPTUP ISDNUPISDNUP SCCP TCAP Applications MTP …the fundamental idea of the SS7 protocol is to divide functions into MTP and various user parts , 5, 6 7
In Conclusion Wireless Intelligent Networking allows the service provider to rapidly introduce new services Mobile Pre-Pay is a common application There are two overall standards employed today – CAMEL and WIN Maintaining and monitoring the Common Channel Signaling (CCS) network is critical to its success Understanding and troubleshooting the SS7 protocol is a key part of that success.