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Table Of Contents

1 Scope
2 References
3 Definitions
4 Abbreviations
5 Conventions
6 Architecture
6.1 Network model
6.2 Protocol model
6.3 Recommendation structure
7 Exceptions to ITU-T Q.761
7.1 General
7.2 Forward and Backward Compatibility for the BICC APM user application
7.2.1 Backward Compatibility rules
7.2.2 Forward Compatibility mechanism
7.3 Capabilities supported
7.4 Primitive interface to the signalling transport service
7.5 Minimum message set for the international interface
8 Exceptions to ITU-T Q.762
9 Exceptions to ITU-T Q.763
9.1 Message format
9.2 CIC allocation
9.3 Messages
9.4 Parameters
10 Exceptions to ITU-T Q.764
10.1 General
10.1.1 Use of CIC field
10.1.2 Use of Application Transport Mechanism
10.2.1 Successful call set-up
10.2.2 Unsuccessful call set-up
10.2.3 Normal call release
10.2.4 Suspend, resume
10.2.6 Propagation delay determination procedure
10.2.7 Echo control signalling procedures Simple echo control signalling procedures
10.2.8 Network features
10.2.9 Abnormal conditions
10.2.10 ISDN User Part signalling congestion control
10.2.11 Automatic congestion control
10.2.13 ISDN User Part availability control
10.2.14 MTP Pause/Resume
10.2.15 Overlength messages
10.2.16 Support for Temporary Alternative Routing (TAR)
10.2.17 Hop counter procedure
10.2.18 Call collect request procedure
10.2.20 Calling Geodetic location procedure
10.3 Annex A −−−− Timers in the ISDN User Part
10.4 Annex B −−−− Figures on basic call control signalling procedures
10.5 Annex C −−−− Examples of echo control signalling procedures
10.7 Annex E −−−− Test calls
10.8 Annex F −−−− Cause values
10.9 Annex G −−−− Start up procedures
11 Exceptions to ITU-T Q.765
A.1 Introduction
A.2 Procedures
A.2.1 Outgoing set-up procedures
A.2.2 Incoming set-up procedures
A.2.3 IAM sending control procedure
A.2.4 Codec negotiation
A.2.5 Release procedure
B.1 Architecture
B.2 Definitions
B.3 The BICC Signalling Transport Service
B.3.1 Conventions
B.3.2 Primitive definition
B.3.4 Establishment
C.1 Scope
C.2 Additional Abbreviations
C.3 Structure of the signalling transport converter on MTP sublayer
C.4 Services provided by the STC
C.5 Functions of the STC
C.6 Elements for layer-to-layer communication
C.6.1 The BICC Signalling Transport Service
C.6.2 The Service provided by MTP
C.6.3 Primitives between the STC and layer management
C.7 Protocol Elements for Peer-to-Peer Communication
C.7.1 STC messages (STC-PDUs)
C.7.2 STC timers
C.7.3 Provisioned STC parameters
C.8 Procedures of the STC
C.8.1 Initial Conditions
C.8.2 BICC signalling message transfer procedure
C.8.3 Destination availability procedure
C.8.4 Congestion Indication procedure
C.8.5 User Part availability
D.1 Scope
D.2 Definitions
D.3 Additional Abbreviations
D.4 Structure of the signalling transport converter on SSCOP sublayer
D.5 Services provided by the STC
D.6 Functions of the STC
D.7 Elements for layer-to-layer communication
D.7.1 The BICC Signalling Transport Service
D.7.2 The Service provided by SSCOP
D.7.3 Primitives between the STC and layer management
D.8 Protocol Elements for STC Communication
D.8.1 STC PDUs
D.8.2 STC state variables
D.8.3 STC timers
D.8.4 Provisioned STC parameters
D.9 Specification of the STC
D.9.1 Initial Conditions
D.9.2 State Transition Table
D.9.3 State Transition Table
E.1 Scope
E.2 General
E.3 Incoming ISUP, outgoing BICC, (Incoming ISN)
E.3.1 Successful call set-up
E.3.2 Call release
E.4 Incoming BICC, outgoing ISUP, (Outgoing ISN)
E.4.1 Successful call set-up
E.4.2 Call release
I.1 Introduction to message flows
I.2 Contents
II.1 Introduction
II.2.1 BNC-ID usage during call and bearer set-up
II.2.2 BNC-ID usage for idle bearer reuse procedure (network option)
II.3 Bearer release control
II.4 BIWF Address
II.5 BNC Characteristics
III.1 Introduction
III.2 Procedures
III.2.1 BAT ASE Addressing
III.2.2 Call release
III.2.3 Reset
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