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ITU-T IP/MediaCom 2004 Workshop
April 26, 2001
Presented by Greg Ratta (
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), ITU-T SG 11 Vice-Chairman
Outline
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Introduction - What is BICC?
BICC Architecture
Overview of BICC Capability Set 1
BICC Capability Set 2 and H.248
Summary
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What is BICC?
• BICC provides a means of supporting narrowband ISDN
services across a broadband backbone network without
impacting the interfaces to the existing N-ISDN network and
end-to-end services.
• The BICC call control signaling protocol is based on N-ISUP
signaling
• The bearer control signaling protocols are based on different
bearer technology control signaling protocols (e.g., DSS2 for
AAL type 1 and AAL type 2)
• The BICC call control signaling protocol should not be aware
of the actual bearer transport being employed. The binding
information is used to reference the bearer.
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BICC network architecture
IS N
IS U P
IS N
CSF
BCF
B IC C
CMN
B earer
S ign.
B IC C
B earer
S ign .
CSF
IS U P
BCF
T D M trunks
T D M trunks
BF
BF
D ata N etw ork
P S T N /IS D N netw ork
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B IC C netw ork
P S T N /IS D N netw ork
BICC Capability Set 1
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Forward and Backward Backbone Network Establishment
Transport Call Control via MTP SS7 or ATM
Support of most existing narrow band services.
New Backbone Network Connection (BNC) with or
without Codec Negotiation
• Reuse of Idle Backbone Network Connection (BNC)
• Separate Release of Call and Backbone Network
Connection (BNC)
• Bearer Transport Types supported: AAL 1 & AAL 2
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Forward bearer set-up and backward
bearer set-up
IS N
IS N
D a ta N e tw o rk
F o rw a rd b e a re r s e t-u p
“b e a re r + c a ll
S E T U P re q u e s t”
IS U P s ig n a llin g
“c a ll S E T U P re q u e s t”
B IC C s ig n a llin g
“c a ll S E T U P c o n firm a tio n ”
B e a re r s ig n a llin g
“b e a re r S E T U P ”
“b e a re r S E T U P ”
“b e a re r C O N N E C T ”
“b e a re r + c a ll
S E T U P re q u e s t”
B a rc k w a rd b e a re r s e t-u p
“b e a re r C O N N E C T
“b e a re r + c a ll
S E T U P re q u e s t”
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“c a ll S E T U P re q u e s t”
“b e a re r S E T U P ”
“b e a re r S E T U P ”
“b e a re r C O N N E C T ”
“b e a re r C O N N E C T ”
“b e a re r + c a ll
S E T U P re q u e s t”
“Early bearer +call SETUP request”
to improve call set-up time
IS N
IS N
D ata N etw ork
F orw ard bearer set-u p
“bearer + call
S E T U P request”
“call S E T U P request”
“early bearer + call
S E T U P request”
“call S E T U P confirm ation ”
“bearer S E T U P ”
“bearer S E T U P ”
“bearer C O N N E C T ”
“bearer C O N N E C T
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“bearer + call
S E T U P request”
Additional “confirmation of bearer
CONNECT” to prevent speech clipping
IS N
IS N
D ata N etw ork
“bearer + call
S E T U P request”
“call S E T U P request”
F orw ard bearer set-up
“call S E T U P confirm ation “
“bearer S E T U P ”
“bearer S E T U P ”
“bearer C O N N E C T ”
“bearer C O N N E C T
“confirm ation of bearer C O N N E C T ”
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“bearer + call
S E T U P request”
Structure of the BICC standardization
documentation
IS U P
B IC C
Q .7 6 4
IS U P p ro to co l
Q .7 6 5
A P M m e ch a n ism
Q .7 6 5 .5
A P P fo r B IC C
T R Q .2 1 4 0
B IC C a rch ite ctu re
+ o th e r
DSS2
Q .2 9 3 1
D S S 2 p ro to co l
Q .2 9 4 1 .3
G IT m e ch a n ism
Q .1 9 0 1
B IC C p ro to c o l
+ o th e r
AAL2
Q .2 6 3 0 .1
A A L 2 p ro to co l
+ o th e r
B e a re r N e tw o rks
B IC C sig n a llin g tra n sp o rt
T R Q .3 0 0 0
D S S 2 b e a re r
Q .1 9 0 1 A n n e x C
M TP3 & M TP3b
T R Q .3 0 1 0
A A L 2 b e a re r
Q .1 9 0 1 A n n e x D
SSCOP
T R Q .3 0 2 0
B -IS U P b e a re r
+ o th e r
B -IS U P
Q .2 7 6 4
B -IS U P p ro to co l
Q .2 7 2 6 .4
A G I m e ch a n ism
+ o th e r
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BICC Capability Set 2 and Beyond
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Extend BICC to the Local Exchanges
Support IP Bearer, including Tunnelling
Support of a Call Mediation Node Function
Support Structured AAL1
New Identifiers
– Traffic Group
– Global Call Reference
• Extend BICC to Special Resources Nodes (e.g.,
announcement platforms…etc)
• See list of features attached to this presentation
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Functional architecture of the decomposed gateway
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H .2 4 5
S ig nallin g
T erm inatio n
X
With BICC CS 1
RAS
S ig nallin g
T erm inatio n
H ig h L a yer
R eso urce
C o ntro l
B1
C
SCN
S ig nallin g
T erm inatio n
D
B2
H .2 2 5 .0
S ig nallin g
T erm inatio n
A
L o w L a yer
R eso urce
C o ntro l
Y
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P acket and
C ircuit
M ed ia
T erm inatio n
Z
“ISN”
SCN
S ig nallin g
T ransp o rt
T erm inatio n
Z
Functional architecture of the decomposed gateway
X
X
H.245
Signalling
Termination
X
With BICC CS 2
RAS
Signalling
Termination
High Layer
Resource
Control
B1
C
SCN
Signalling
Termination
D
Z
B2
H.225.0
Signalling
Termination
H.248 BICC
“CBC”
A
Low Layer
Resource
Control
Y
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SCN
Signalling
Transport
Termination
Packet and
Circuit
Media
Termination
Z
“Decomposed
ISN”
Network Topologies and Reference Points
C a ll C o n tr o l S ig n a llin g
O th e r S e r v ic e
S u p p lie r
N etw o rk
TE
C a ll C o n tr o l S ig n a llin g
TE
nni
B I C C S e r v ic e
S u p p lie r
N etw o rk
TE
C a ll C o n tr o l S ig n a llin g
TE
C a ll C o n tr o l S ig n a llin g
TE
ani
A ccess
N etw o rk
TE
uni
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BICC CS 2 and Beyond
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Q.1902.1, BICC CS2 Functional Description
Q.1902.2, BICC CS2 General functions of messages and signals
Q.1902.3, Common Formats and Codes for BICC and ISUP
Q.1902.4, BICC protocol elements
Q.1902.5, Exceptions to APM in the context of BICC
Q.19xx.1, Interworking between BICC and ISUP
Q.19xx.2, Interworking between ISUP compatible signalling systems
and the BICC protocol
Q.19xx.3, Interworking between the H.225.0 Multimedia Call Control
protocol in an H.323 network and the BICC protocol
Q.19xx.4, Interworking DSS 2 to BICC
Q.19xy, Interaction between the INAP protocol and the BICC protocol
Q.ibcp, BICC IP Bearer Control Protocol
Q.cbc, Call and Bearer Control Protocol
Annex E to Q.1901, Signalling Transport Convergence for SCTP
+ Supplements that document the signalling requirements
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Summary
• BICC CS 1 Standards were completed in 9
months
• BICC CS 2 uses H.248 in CBC interface
• All new services in ITU-T SG 11 to be
specified for BICC before being added to
ISUP or BISUP
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BICC Acronyms
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AAL
ACF
ACN
AESA
AGI
ANI
APM
ATM
BCF
BF
BICC
BIWF
BNC
CSF
CSM
CMN
B-ISUP
DSS2
GAT
GFT
GIT
GSN
ATM Adaptation Layer
Access Control Function
Access Concentration Node
ATM End System Address
Application Generated Identifier
Access Network Interface
Application transport Message
Asynchronous Transfer Mode
Bearer Control Function
Bearer Function
Bearer Independent Call Control
Bearer Interworking Function
Backbone Network Connection
Call Service Function
Call State Model
Call Mediation Node
Broadband ISUP
Digital Signalling System no.2
Generic Addressing and Transport protocol
Generic Function Transport control
Generic Identifier Transport
Gateway Serving Node
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•IN
•IP
•ISDN
•ISN
•ISUP
•MTP3b
•NNI
•POP
•PSTN
•SN
•SPOI
•SS7
•SSCOP
•STP
•SWN
•TDM
•TE
•TG
•TSN
•UNI
•VCC
•VoIP
Intelligent Networks
Internet Protocol
Integrated Services Digital Network
Interface Serving Node
ISDN User Part
Message Transfer Part no.3b
Network-Network Interface
Point of Presence
Public Switched Telephony Network
Serving Node
Signalling Point of Interconnection
Signalling System no.7
Service-Specific Connection-Oriented Protocol
Signalling Transfer Point
Switching Node
Time Division Multiplexing
Terminal Equipment
Trunk Group
Transit Serving Node
User Network Interface
Virtual Channel Connection
Voice-over-IP
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