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Wallis Dudhnath - 13th March 2017  (08:34 GMT)

Correct Kuna. 3GPP Release 4 was the specification that was used to introduce
MGw and the re-purposing of the MSC as a pure signalling node. BICC (ISUP and CS-2) was also introduced.

VBR/ Wallis Dudhnath

kuna - 12th March 2017  (20:06 GMT)

Hi All

as i know
MSS and MGw is rel4, MGw handles bearers (voice) only while MSS is for all signalling

wallis dudhnath - 10th July 2015  (14:21 GMT)

MSS is also known as a Soft-Switc as it does not have a switch like a MSC/VLR. MSS handles pure signalling whilst the MGw handles the payload traffic.

Pan - 29th July 2009  (13:20 GMT)

I am also using the 'ter*minating' word in my past.

Mik - 29th July 2009  (12:04 GMT)

Why the termi_nation is prohibited word here?

Mik - 29th July 2009  (12:02 GMT)

MSS is Rel4 concept, meaning there is no switching part in it, all switching and termi*na*tion equipment is moved to MGW (media gateway).
MSC includes switching part e.g group switch.

Pan - 29th July 2009  (12:00 GMT)

Dear, Arvind!
MSC = Control Plane (signalling) + Transport Plane (switching);
MSC-server = only control plane (signalling and bearer control).

arvind s. alane - 29th July 2009  (10:53 GMT)

can anybody tell me the difference between MSS and MSC.

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