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a given destination is not available It indicates the DPC in question and the user part in question, such as ISUP, SCCP, or TUP At the ASP, the message is mapped to the primitive MTP-Status indication The MTP-Status indication may be used to indicate congestion in the network or the unavailability of a given destination user part Although in MTP3 these different events are indicated with the same primitive by using different cause codes, M3UA communicates these events between M3UA peers through the use of two different messages
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Destination Restricted (DRST) This message can be sent from an SG to concerned ASPs to indicate that one or more SS7 destinations are restricted from the perspective of the SG Since this message has significance only from the perspective of the SG, it might be possible for signaling traffic to be routed to a destination via a different SG The M3UA layer at the ASP should take such an alternative path if it is available
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ASP Up (ASPUP) and ASP Up Acknowledgment (ASPUP ACK) The ASPUP message is sent from an M3UA layer to its peer to indicate that the M3UA layer is ready to receive ASP management and ASP traffic-related messages for all routing keys that the ASP is configured to handle Prior to the establishment of an SCTP association between an SG Process (SGP) and an ASP, the ASP is considered to be in state ASP-DOWN Once an SCTP association is established, then the affected ASP will send an ASPUP message This message will cause the SG to consider the ASP to be in state ASPINACTIVE, which means that the ASP is awake but not yet ready to handle traffic The SG responds to the ASPUP, with the ASPUP ACK message If the ASP does not receive that response within a timeout period, then the ASP can resend the ASP UP message ASP Down (ASPDN) and ASP Down Acknowledgment (ASPDN ACK) An ASP will send an ASPDN message to an SG when it wants to be removed from service in all ASs Sending an ASPDN message will convey that no further DATA, SSNM, or ASPTM messages should be sent to the ASP The ASPDN message can be generated automatically or as a result of some maintenance action When an SG receives the ASPDN message, it considers the ASP to be in state ASP-DOWN and responds with an ASPDN ACK message
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Heartbeat messages (BEAT and BEAT ACK) The BEAT message is an optional message used by an M3UA entity to ensure that its peer entity is available The BEAT message contains a Heartbeat Data parameter that is set by the sending node The parameter could include, for example, a sequence number or timestamp A node that receives a BEAT message will respond with a BEAT ACK message, which contains the same parameter values as the BEAT message In other words, the BEAT ACK message is effectively an echo of the BEAT message The heartbeat mechanisms of M3UA are optional SCTP has its own heartbeat procedure and M3UA does not need to use a heartbeat technique of its own when M3UA operates over SCTP M3UA can operate over other types of transports, in which case the BEAT and BEAT ACK messages might be required ASP Traffic Management Messages M3UA includes the following messages for ASP traffic management:
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ASP Active (ASPAC) and ASP Active Acknowledgment (ASPACN ACK) An ASP will send an ASPAC message when it is ready to begin processing traffic When an SCTP association is established, the ASP will typically send the ASPAC immediately after receiving an ASPUP ACK from an SG The ASPAC optionally contains a routing context, which identifies the routing keys for which the ASP is to be considered active The inclusion of the routing context can be necessary if the ASP can serve multiple ASs Recall that a one-to-one relationship exists between an AS and a routing key and the routing key can correspond to combinations of parameters such as OPC/DPC/CIC range Recall also that an ASP is a process (and could correspond to a physical processor), and that an ASP could be shared among several ASs For example, an ASP could be configured to support traffic processing for several combinations of DPC/OPC/CIC range If the ASP is to actively process traffic for a limited set of those combinations, then the routing context will indicate the applicable combinations If the routing context is omitted, then the ASP is prepared to handle traffic for all combinations for which it is configured Upon receipt of an ASPAC message, the SG will respond with ASPAC ACK ASP Inactive (ASPIA) and ASP Inactive Acknowledgment (ASPIA ACK) An ASP will send an ASPIA message when it no
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