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The Management Plane is where functions such as subscriber and service provisioning, operational support, billing and other network management tasks are handled. The Management Plane can interact with any or all of the other three places through industry standard (for example, SNMP) or proprietary protocols and APIs.
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The functional entities are the logical entities of a VoIP network. This section describes the major functional components of the ISC Reference
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Architecture. Note that these are functions and not physical product descriptions. The various functions may physically reside on standalone devices or in various combinations on multifunction platforms. As such, there are virtually an unlimited number of ways to bundle the various functions into physical entities. The diagram (in Figure 14-2) shows 12 different functions. Understanding the autonomy of all 12 functions is an important characteristic of the ISC Reference Architecture.
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The MGC-F provides the call state machine for endpoints. Its primary role is to provide the call logic and call control signaling for one or more media gateways. MGC-F characteristics are as follows:
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Maintains call state for every call on a Media Gateway May maintain bearer states for bearer interfaces on the MG-F Communicates bearer messages between two MG-Fs, as well as with IP phones or terminals
Figure 14-2 Functional entities of ISC Reference Architecture (Source: ISC)
Service & Application Call Control & Signaling Other IP/ATM Network (SIP, H.323)
AS-F/SC-F
SPS-F/R-F/A-F
CA-F/MGC-F
MS-F IW-F IP
SG-F TG (MG-F)
SS7 PSTN/IN TD M
Transport IP Phone (MG-F) (SIP, H.323, ) AG AGS-F MG-F Access Network (Wireline /Wireless)
Media
Signaling
NOTE: Management Plane not shown for simplicity.
ISC Functions
AS-F: Application Server Function SC-F: Service Control Function CA-F: Call Agent Function MGC-F: Media Gateway Controller Function SPS-F: SIP Proxy Server Function R-F: Call) Routing Function CA-F: Call Agent Function MGC-F: Media Gateway Controller Function A-F: Accounting Function (e.g., AAA) MS-F: Media Server Function SG-F: Signaling Gateway Function MG-F: Media Gateway Function IW-F: Interworking Function AGS-F: Access Gateway Signaling Function
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Acts as conduit for media parameter negotiation Originates/terminates signaling messages from endpoints, other MGC-Fs and external networks May interact with the AS-F for the purposes of providing a service or feature to the user May manage some network resources (for example, MG-F ports, bandwidth and so on) May provide policy functions for endpoints Interfaces to R-F/A-F for call routing, authentication, and accounting May participate in management tasks in a mobile environment (mobility management is generally part of the CA-F) Applicable protocols include H.248 and MGCP
Call Agent Function (CA-F) and Interworking Function (IW-F) The CA-F and IW-F are subsets of the MGC-F. The CA-F exists when the MGC-F handles call control and call state maintenance. Examples of CA-F protocols and APIs include:
SIP, SIP-T, BICC, H.323, Q.931, Q.SIG, INAP, ISUP, TCAP, BSSAP, RANAP, MAP and CAP (mobile) Open APIs (JAIN, Parlay, and so on)
The IW-F exists when the MGC-F performs signaling interaction between different signaling networks (for example, SS7 and SIP). Examples of IW-F protocols include H.323/SIP and IP/ATM.
Call Routing and Accounting Functions (R-F/A-F)
The R-F provides call routing information to the MGC-F, while the A-F collects call accounting information for billing purposes. The A-F can also have a broader role embodied by the common AAA functionality of authentication, authorization, and accounting in remote access networks. The primary role of both functions is to respond to requests from one or more MGC-Fs, directing the call or its accounting to terminating endpoints (other MGC-Fs) or services (AS-Fs). R-F/A-F characteristics are as follows:
Provides routing function for intra- and inter-network call routing (R-F). Produces details of each session for billing and planning purposes (A-F).
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