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camel subscription information

Camel Subscription Information (CSI) In another tutorial, we have discussed the camel protocol.  The tutorial mentions introductory information about the camel subscription information(CSI) along with other protocol details. Here we will discuss in detail the structure and components of the camel subscription information. In CSI, subscription means, that a subscriber needs to have camel information …

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inap and camel protocol

INAP and CAMEL Protocol Tutorial INAP and CAMEL protocols belong to the SS7 protocol family.  These are application layer protocols. INAP is an intelligent network application protocol.  INAP is a broad term, for PSTN there are INCS1 and INCS2 standards that were developed for INAP. CAMEL protocol standard is developed for mobile networks.  Both use …

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sccp address

SCCP Address  In SS7 network SCCP is the transport layer. It is the user of the MTP3 layer and service provider to the TCAP layer. MTP3 layer is the network layer that does the routing based on the ss7 point code.  SCCP does the routing on SSN and global title (GT).  Like any other protocol …

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SS7 HACK

SS7 Hack or SS7 Attack? SS7 hack or signaling system 7 hack is the process of getting calls or SMS for a subscriber, on another mobile number or in an application. These days many applications use confirmation of user identity using SMS or voice call.  If somehow call and SMS can be routed to another …

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SS7 Protocol | Ss7 Protocol Tutorial

What is SS7 protocol? SS7 protocol or signaling system 7,  is the legacy protocol used by the Traditional or legacy telephony system. SS7 standards are defined by the standard body ITU-T(International Telecommunication Union Telecommunication Standardization Sector ).  E1 or T1 cables are used in ss7 for physical connections. An E1 having 32-time slots and T1 have 24-time …

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