YateSTP Configuration

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YateSTP (Signal Transfer Point) is a SS7 router that relays messages between various SEPs (Signaling End-Points) and other STPs.

Two signaling points connected by one link are said to be adjacent.

A collection of links that connect together the same signaling points is called a link set and each link set can contain up to 16 separate links.

A group of link sets used to reach a particular destination is called a route and a combination of routes that can be used to reach the same destination is called a route set.


Interconnect

  • Layer3 -> PC routing
  • Layer4 -> GT (IMSI/MSISDN) routing [ E.164, E.212, E.214 ]
layers L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6
tdmcard M2PA MTP3 SCCP TCAP MAP/CAMEL
wanpipe M2UA M3UA ISUP
sctp CiscoSM/SLT
RUDP MTP2
file sigtransport.conf ysigchan.conf regexroute.conf


sigtran-custom.conf

This scenario assumes that there are two STPs at each end (MNO/MVNO)

; SIGTRAN1: MNO1a - MVNO1a
[10.125.125.121:2920]
remote=10.30.132.132:2920
local=10.125.125.121:2920
type=sctp
stream=yes
endpoint=yes
rto_min=200
rto_max=400
rto_initial=400
enable=yes

; SIGTRAN2: MNO1a - to MVNO1b
[10.125.125.122:2920]
remote=10.30.16.132:2920
local=10.125.125.122:2920
type=sctp
stream=yes
endpoint=yes
rto_min=200
rto_max=400
rto_initial=400
enable=yes


; SIGTRAN3: MNO2a - to MVNO2a
[10.125.126.112:2920]
remote=10.30.132.160:2920
local=10.125.126.112:2920
type=sctp
stream=yes 
endpoint=yes
rto_min=200
rto_max=400
rto_initial=400
enable=yes


; SIGTRAN4: MNO2a - to MVNO2b
[10.125.126.111:2920]
remote=10.30.16.160:2920
local=10.125.126.111:2920
type=sctp 
stream=yes  
endpoint=yes
rto_min=200
rto_max=400
rto_initial=400
enable=yes


[general]
bind_strict=yes