Carrier networks are more complex than ever, combining a multitude of diverse networks elements at geographically dispersed PoPs.
Routing logic is often distributed across these PoPs as networks have evolved and grown adding to the complexity of global routing configuration, maintenance and troubleshooting.
Netaxis Solutions’ Session Routing Engine (SRE) substantially simplifies this routing challenge. SRE is a centralised, carrier-grade and multi-protocol routing platform for both voice and non voice sessions.
Carrier Grade and distributed architecture:
A GUI driven Element Manager (active/standby) provides access to a master DataBase via APIs for data manipulation, system configuration, CDR logs & statistics.
Multiple scalable and distributable Call Processors carry a synchronised local copy of the master DB to process routing requests from the centralised call control and keep track of peer SIP agent availability by probing via OPTIONS messages.
Logs, call tracing information and stats are uploaded to the Element Managers
Unlimited routing possibilities
Service Logic Editor:
A drag and drop Service Logic Editor vastly simplifies the task of creating new routing logic using a library of function types that facilitate:
– Analysis and manipulation of SIP messages
– Combining information stored in variables from original requests with data from the internal DB tables and/or external conditions
– Ultimately deciding when to relay a call, block or crankback
Data Model Editor:
SRE dispenses with pre-defined data models allowing full operator customisation of service logic execution. The Data Model Editor allows operators to define tables and parameters relevant to their own setup.
The SRE graphical administrator dashboard shows service status and statistics, alarms, call logs activation and the ability to browse per-node statistics. In-GUI call simulation dramatically speeds up troubleshooting and time to fix when problems are encountered.
SRE natively comes with a dual version of its internal databases hosting Operator data (numbers, trunk information etc). The standby DB can be used for multiple test scenarios such as provisioning massive quantities of data, testing a new provisioning platform using APIs helping to avoid any impact on the data set supporting the running service logic.
Role based access:
SRE users are created with a username and password for local authentication and are assigned a role. Alternatively users can be authenticated against an Active Directory. Roles are given profiles with specific access rights (Read-Edit-None) for all GUI items. Users are only able to view data for which they have access rights.
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