Combined linksets and mtp3d

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are those 2 "hosts" STPs or SSPs? what you describe could be a combined
linkset if connected to STPs and using ANSI SS7; if using ITU then this
might be a primary/alternate linkset scenario; my experience says the
combined linkset concept exists in ANSI SS7 and not in ITU

On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 8:15 AM, German Becker <german.becker at>wrote:

> Hi,
> I have a scenario with 2 hosts, 2 links on each host, one of the links
>  with signaling on each host and the DPC for all the voice TS reachable
> through both signaling links.
> I'm not sure if I need to create a single linkset with two signaling links
> on it (one per host), or two combined linksets.
> I tried the 2 links aproach, but when one of the links is down (i.e.
> asterisk lose connection with the remote mtp3d), all the TS are set to
> block, instead of singnaling through the other link.
> Has anyone set up a similar scenario?
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