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May be linked to web applications or have web interfaces. May have an API for service creation. May have policy, billing, and session log back-end interfaces. May interface with MGC-Fs or MS-Fs. May invoke another AS-F for additional services or to build complex, component-oriented applications. May use the services of an MGC-F to control external resources. Applicable protocols include SIP, MGCP, H.248, LDAP, HTTP, CPL and XML. Applicable open APIs include JAIN and Parlay.
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Often the combination of the AS-F and the MGC-F provides enhanced call control services, such as network announcements, 3-way calling, call waiting, and so on. Rather than connecting the AS-F and MGC-F with a protocol, vendors often use an API between the AS-F and MGC-F when they are implemented in a single system. In this embodiment, the AS-F is known as a Feature Server. Service Control Function (SC-F) The Service Control Function (SC-F) exists when the AS-F controls the service logic of a function. For this reason, the ISC recognizes a separate Service Control Function (SPS-F). Examples of SC-F protocols include INAP, CAP, and MAP; open APIs include JAIN and Parlay.
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The MG-F interfaces the IP network with an access endpoint or network trunk, or a collection of endpoints and/or trunks. As such, the MG-F serves as the gateway between the packet and external networks, such as the PSTN, mobile network, and so on. For example, the MG-F could provide the gateway between an IP and circuit network (for example, IP to PSTN), or between two packet networks (for example, IP to 3G or ATM). Its primary role is to transform media from one transmission format to another, most often between circuits and packets, between ATM packets and IP packets, or between analog/ISDN circuits and packets as in a residential gateway. MG-F characteristics are as follows:
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Always has a master/slave relationship with the MGC-F that is achieved through a control protocol such as MGCP or MEGACO.
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May perform media processing functions such as media transcoding, media packetization, echo cancellation, jitter buffer management, packet loss compensation, and so on. May perform media insertion functions such as call progress tone generation, DTMF generation, comfort noise generation, and so on. May perform signaling and media event detection functions such as DTMF detection, on/off-hook detection, voice activity detection, and so on. Manages its own media processing resources required to provide the functionality mentioned above. May have the ability to perform digit analysis based on a map downloaded from the MGC-F. Provides a mechanism for the MGC-F to audit the state and capabilities of the endpoints. Is not required to maintain the call state of calls passing through the MG-F; the MG-F only maintains the connection state of the calls it supports. A SIP phone is an MG-F and MGC-F in a single box. A SIP-capable gateway is an MG-F and MGC-F in a single box. Hair pinning of a call by the MG-F directed toward the source network may occur under control of the MGC-F. Applicable protocols include RTP/RTCP, TDM, H.248, and MGCP.
Media Server Function (MS-F)
The MS-F provides media manipulation and treatment of a packetized media stream on behalf of any applications. Its primary role is to operate as a server that handles requests from the AS-F or MGC-F for performing media processing on packetized media streams. MS-F characteristics are as follows:
Support for multiple codecs and transcoding Support for control by multiple AS-Fs or MGC-Fs Support for multiple concurrent capabilities:
Digit detection Streaming of tones and announcements (any multimedia file) Algorithmic tone generation
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