- Siemens EWSD - (ITU style) MTP2 and MTP3 comes up, ISUP inbound and outbound calls work as well.
- DTI DXC 4K - (ANSI style) 56kbps link, MTP2 and MTP3 come up, ISUP inbound and outbound calls work as well.
- Huawei M800 - (ITU style) MTP2 and MTP3 comes up, ISUP National, International inbound and outbound calls work as well, CallerID presentation&screening work.
Mark Spencer, for writing Asterisk and libpri and being such a great friend and boss.
Luciano Ramos, for donating a link in getting the first "real" ITU switch working.
Collin Rose and John Lodden, John for introducing me to Collin, and Collin for the first "real" ANSI link and for holding my hand through the remaining changes that had to be done for ANSI switches.
In order to use libss7, you must get at least the following versions of DAHDI and Asterisk:
libss7: trunk (currently, there only is a trunk release).
You must then do a `make; make install` in each of the directories that you installed in the given order (DAHDI first, libss7 second, and Asterisk last).
In the past, there was a special asterisk-ss7 branch to use which contained the SS7 code. That code has been merged back into the trunk version of Asterisk, and the old asterisk-ss7 branch has been deprecated and removed. If you are still using the asterisk-ss7 branch, it will not work against the current version of libss7, and you should switch to asterisk-trunk instead.
In /etc/dahdi/system.conf, your signalling channel(s) should be a "dchan" and your bearers should be set as "bchan".
The sample chan_dahdi.conf contains sample configuration for setting up an E1 link.
In brief, here is a simple ss7 linkset setup:
This is how a basic linkset is setup. For more detailed chan_dahdi.conf SS7 config information as well as other options available for that file, see the default chan_dahdi.conf that comes with the samples in asterisk. If you would like, you can do a `make samples` in your asterisk-trunk directory and it will install a sample chan_dahdi.conf for you that contains
more information about SS7 setup.
For more information, you can ask questions of the community on the asterisk-ss7 or asterisk-dev mailing lists.
Where to get LibSS7?
Currently, all released branches of Asterisk including trunk use the released versions of libss7.
The latest compatible libss7 code can be obtained from the 1.0 SVN branch
As of 7/2013, the libss7 trunk (http://svn.asterisk.org/svn/libss7/trunk) is currently only usable with this Asterisk branch (http://svn.asterisk.org/svn/asterisk/team/rmudgett/ss7_27_knk) based off of Asterisk trunk.