On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 10:53:36AM +0000, Niall O Broin wrote:
> Jeez Louise - that takes me back - my experience with ss7 was where I first
> realised that, as Tannenbaum said, the lovely thing about standards is that
> there are so many to choose from. I presume the Linux box is running ss7
> over the pcm links - is that home made software or can you actually
> buy/obtain an ss7 implementation for Linux ?
It's mostly our own software, but yes, you can buy complete and partial
ss7 stack for linux from crowds like trillium. They supply the source,
so you can compile it on any unix ya want.
"My mom had Windows at work and it hurt her eyes real bad"
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