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Media Gateway Control and the Softswitch Architecture
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[, DigitMapDescriptor] [, AuditDescriptor] )
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Note that this code is a representation of the command and is not exactly how the command will appear as it crosses the interface between the MGC and MG The exact protocol structure as it crosses the interface is described in the Command Syntax section earlier Although the three commands are identical in terms of the descriptors that may be used, they obviously have different functions This fact has an impact on whether wildcards can be used and where In the Add command, the ContextID can be choose ($), in which case a new context is created Equally, the TerminationID can take choose ($), in which case a new ephemeral termination is created as a result of the execution of the Add command The context cannot be the null context, however, since one does not add a termination to the null context Rather, a termination exists in the null context when it has been subtracted from whatever other context it was in For the Modify command, the choose ($) option is not permitted if used either for the TerminationID or for the ContextID It is not possible to make modifications to terminations that do not exist, and it is not possible to create a new context except with the Add command It is possible, however, to refer to the null context when issuing a modify command, since it is perfectly valid to modify a termination that exists in the null context For the Move command, the null context is not permitted, because the Move command is used only to move terminations from one active context to another The Move command cannot be used to move a termination to or from the null context We can use the all (*) wildcard as a TerminationID in the Move command, but we cannot use the choose ($) wildcard
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Add, Modify, and Move Commands Responses A successful response to a
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command can also contain a number of descriptors As is the case for the command itself, all the allowed descriptors in a response to an Add, Modify, or Move command are optional The response can be represented as follows Again, the command can be either Add, Modify, or Move As is the case for the command itself, the modem descriptor is included in version 2 of the protocol only for backwards-compatibility reasons
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Command ( TerminationID [, MediaDescriptor] [, ModemDescriptor] [, MuxDescriptor] [, EventsDescriptor]
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[, [, [, [, [, [, ) SignalsDescriptor] DigitMapDescriptor] ObservedEventsDescriptor] EventBufferDescriptor] StatisticsDescriptor] PackagesDescriptor]
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At first glance, with the exception of some changes in the list of allowed descriptors, the response appears very similar to the command, which it is Within the syntax, however, the two are easily distinguished by the use of the token Transaction when sending a command and the use of the token Reply when responding Subtract Command The Subtract command is used to remove a termination from a context If the termination removed by a Subtract command happens to be the last termination in a given context, then the context itself is deleted The Subtract command includes only one optional descriptor, the Audit descriptor The command is represented as follows:
Subtract ( TerminationID [, AuditDescriptor] )
Subtract Command Response Although the syntax of the Subtract com-
mand differs significantly from that of the Add, Modify, and Move commands, the syntax of the response to a Subtract command is the same as the syntax of a response to an Add, Move, or Modify command:
Subtract ( TerminationID [, MediaDescriptor] [, ModemDescriptor] [, MuxDescriptor] [, EventsDescriptor] [, SignalsDescriptor] [, DigitMapDescriptor] [, ObservedEventsDescriptor] [, EventBufferDescriptor] [, StatisticsDescriptor] [, PackagesDescriptor] )
Although all the descriptors in the response to a Subtract command are optional, the statistics descriptor will be returned by default If the termination happens to represent an RTP session, this provides the MGC with information such as the number of packets sent, the number of packets received, the number of lost packets, the average latency, and so on
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