Manipulate MWI with SS7

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The SS7 stack in Yate is paid, so, to have TCAP and MAP in application 
layer you need pay to this.



On 12-03-2015 04:41, huseyin kalyoncu wrote:
> IS-41 is similar to MAP which requires TCAP layer of the SS7 protocol. 
> High layers like MAP, TCAP, etc is not supported by LibSS7.
> You can try YATE which is currently supporting full SS7 stack. But 
> then again you have to heavily modify it to adapt IS-41 messages.
> On Wed, Mar 11, 2015 at 6:34 PM, Oakland, Alan 
> <Alan.Oakland at <mailto:Alan.Oakland at>> wrote:
>     Is there a way using asterisk that we can manipulate a remote
>     message waiting indicator via IS-41 messages over an SS7 link.
>     Does anyone have any suggestions about how this could be done with
>     libss7 or if there is something else we might be able to use.
>     Thank you
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