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A media server hosts specialized resources, including those for facsimile, IVR, conferencing, speech recognition, and text to speech. These resources are used by service logic in the application server to provide enhanced services requiring interaction with the media or bearer path. An application requests resources from a media server and associates them with a service instance. Then the application server requests that the RTP media stream be redirected to the selected resource. H.248/MEGACO, MGCP, or SIP (which may also require other supporting protocols) may be used as the control interface between the application server and media server. Figure 1011 illustrates this interaction.
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To compete with existing, entrenched service providers, packet telephony service providers must be able to provide existing services while introducing new, advanced services quickly and inexpensively. SSP call models for AIN/IN can be placed on an application server. This allows a call control entity to delegate AIN/IN SSP functions to an application server, which hosts the appropriate call model. With this approach, an application server can interact with AIN/IN SCPs and IPs to support legacy services and platforms. The interface between a softswitch and application server remains unchanged with no impact on the call control entities. Application server and call control functions can access existing AIN/IN entities. As mentioned earlier, services on an application server can integrate traditional AIN/IN services with Internet services. Using this approach, existing circuit-switch service providers can leverage their existing platforms while keeping pace with packet telephony providers. Circuitswitch providers can also choose to leave existing networks in place while independently deploying next-generation packet telephony networks to support advanced converged services (see Figure 10-12).
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Application Server Interactions
In addition to using SIP as the interface between application servers and call control entities, it can also be used as the interface between application servers. This allows application servers to interact, providing the capability
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Figure 10-12 Interaction of IN and SIP (Source: International Softswitch Consortium)
Application Servers, Media Servers
Enhanced Services Call Routing Number Translations
TCAP/IN
SIP Signaling Routing Connectivity Security
Proxy Servers, Redirect Servers TCAP/IN
SIP User Agents, Gateways Call Control Device Control Resource Management
for two or more enhanced services on the same or different application servers to be linked together. With the capability of an application server to delegate control to other application servers, a mechanism of managing feature interactions can be introduced. This becomes critical as more enhanced services are introduced into a network.
Application and Media Servers Summary
The introduction of application and media servers into next-generation packet telephony networks provides a vehicle for the deployment of enhanced services. Utilizing a standard protocol between call control entities and application servers, enhanced services can be quickly introduced on application servers by application experts. Media servers can be used to provide specialized bearer resources required by many enhanced services. Standardized service APIs and AIN/IN call models, which reside on an application server, can be used to enable service developers access to underlying telephony network functions. In addition, application servers can also utilize Internet protocols and APIs to provide truly converged services.12
Hoffpauir, Scott. Enhanced Services Framework. A white paper for the International Softswitch Consortium.
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