71396_pp7_BICC - ITU-T IP/MediaCom 2004 Workshop Presented...

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GR010426-1 Presented by Greg Ratta ( ), ITU-T SG 11 Vice-Chairman ITU-T IP/MediaCom 2004 Workshop April 26, 2001
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GR010426-2 Outline Introduction - What is BICC? BICC Architecture Overview of BICC Capability Set 1 BICC Capability Set 2 and H.248 Summary
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GR010426-3 What is BICC? BICC provides a means of supporting narrowband ISDN services across a broadband backbone network without impacting the interfaces to the existing N-ISDN network and end-to-end services. The BICC call control signaling protocol is based on N-ISUP signaling The bearer control signaling protocols are based on different bearer technology control signaling protocols (e.g., DSS2 for AAL type 1 and AAL type 2) The BICC call control signaling protocol should not be aware of the actual bearer transport being employed. The binding information is used to reference the bearer.
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GR010426-4 BICC network architecture Data Network ISN BCF CSF BF CMN ISN BCF CSF BF BICC BICC ISUP ISUP TDM trunks TDM trunks BICC network PSTN/ISDN network PSTN/ISDN network Bearer Sign. Bearer Sign.
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GR010426-5 BICC Capability Set 1 Forward and Backward Backbone Network Establishment Transport Call Control via MTP SS7 or ATM Support of most existing narrow band services. New Backbone Network Connection (BNC) with or without Codec Negotiation Reuse of Idle Backbone Network Connection (BNC) Separate Release of Call and Backbone Network Connection (BNC) Bearer Transport Types supported: AAL 1 & AAL 2
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GR010426-6 Forward bearer set-up and backward bearer set-up “bearer + call SETUP request” “bearer + call SETUP request” “bearer + call SETUP request” ISN Data Network ISN “bearer SETUP” “bearer SETUP” “call SETUP request” “call SETUP confirmation”
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