MGCP Signal Handling

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by Jay, Aug 29, 2005.

  1. Jay

    Jay Guest

    Hello,

    I have below listed doubts in MGCP Signal handling. Could someone
    please help me with this?

    1. When should a Media Gateway clears the requested Signal (S:)?
    - as soon as the signal is completed or
    - by subsequent RQNT request

    2. What should the AUEP's response after completing the tone?

    3. Should DLCX stop the timeout (to) signal in progress?

    4. What should the AUEP's response after DLCX?

    5. Should DLCX affect Observed event list?

    Call Flows for above questions
    ======================

    MGC =>
    RQNT 1 DS/01@MG MGCP 1.0
    X: 110011
    S: RT
    R: OC, OF

    <= MG
    200 1 OK

    MGC =>
    AUEP 2 DS/01@MG MGCP 1.0
    F: X, S, R

    MG =>
    200 2 OK
    X: 110011
    S: RT
    R: OC, OF

    <= MG
    NTFY 101 DS/01@MG MGCP 1.0
    X: 110011
    O: OC(RT)

    MGC =>
    200 101 OK

    MGC =>
    AUEP 3 DS/01@MG MGCP 1.0
    F: X, S, R

    **(2) What should be the response?

    =============

    MGC =>
    RQNT 1 DS/01@MG MGCP 1.0
    X: 110011
    S: RT
    R: OC, OF

    <= MG
    200 1 OK

    MGC =>
    CRCX 2 DS/01@MG MGCP 1.0
    C: 1234
    M: inactive

    <= MG
    200 2 OK
    I: 1

    v=0
    ....
    SDP
    ....

    MGC =>
    DLCX 3 DS/01@MG MGCP 1.0

    <= MG
    250 3 OK
    ......

    MGC =>
    AUEP 4 DS/01@MG MGCP 1.0
    F: X, S, R

    **(4) What should be the response?

    Thanks,

    Jay.
     
    Jay, Aug 29, 2005
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