Does anyone know how to connects a remote LIM with the GS in an Ericsson MD110 BC8 environment using VoIP?. We have tried T-CCS but it doesn´t work, the protocol used between the remote LIMs and the GS is propietary, does anyone know this protocol?
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The protocolls that is used between LIM:s are as you say propietary. What you have to do is send TS 0 and TS 16 transparent to the other side. You also have to send some of the voice channels transparent to the other side. This is because they are sometimes used to download software and other information between LIM:s. Which channels that are used for this is configured in the MD.
In TS 0 are only some bits used for MD signaling and that are the so "called free bits". I guess that you have to do some experimenting to find out which they use. If you can transfer those bits to the other side then you should do fine.
Minimum 7 voice channels must be configured between LIM:s. Four of them must not be compressed because they are used by the system. Remember this is minimum configuration. You have to check how it is done in each system.
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