PSTN 2200 Gateway Advanced & Troubleshooting (PGWAT)

Detailed Outlines

Course Outlines

Module 1: Troubleshooting PGW

  • MGC Toolkit
  • Advanced troubleshooting tools
  • Troubleshooting protocols in PGW system
  • Troubleshooting PGW components

Module 2: Interconnection Testing

  • MTP Level 2 testing
  • MTP Level 3 testing
  • ISUP basic call testing
  • End-to-end tests

Module 3: Dial Plan

  • Routing related Result Types
  • Digit Modification and Number Field Processing Result Types
  • Message Parameter Modification and More Info Requests
  • En-bloc and overlap signaling
  • Call and Cause Treatment Result Types
  • Database related Result Types

Module 4: Advanced features

  • M3UA and SUA over SCTP
  • NON-RAS mode
  • Lawful Intercept

Module 5: Billing and Measurement System

  • Installing BAMS
  • Provisioning BAMS
  • Call Detail Records (CDRs)

Labs and Activities:

  • Lab 1-0: Creating basic PGW configuration
  • Lab 1-1: Troubleshooting tools
  • Lab 1-2: Troubleshooting protocols
  • Lab 2-1: MTP Level 2 tests
  • Lab 2-2: MTP Level 3 tests
  • Lab 2-3: ISUP tests
  • Lab 3-1: Routing related result types
  • Lab 3-2: Number modification
  • Lab 3-3: Number Field Processing
  • Lab 4-1: Advanced features
  • Lab 5-1: BAMS

Objectives and Pre-requisites

Course Objectives

PSTN 2200 Gateway Advanced & Troubleshooting (PGWAT) v9.7 is a five-day instructor-led course that will help students acquire skills and in-depth knowledge about components and protocols of any PGW system. The goal of the course is to provide students with the trouble-shooting skills, demystify interconnection testing including ITU related standards and to de-scribe new advanced PGW features. After the course, students should be able to design PGW systems to introduce it as a new element in existing telecommunication networks allow-ing seamless integration with various third party products.

Upon completing this course you will be able to meet these overall objectives:

  • Troubleshoot the elements of the PGW system
  • Troubleshoot the protocols that are connecting elements inside each PGW system
  • Provision “hidden” features and reveal non-standard PGW implementations
  • Conduct full interconnection testing based on ITU standards
  • Learn about upcoming and recently implemented PGW features


The knowledge and skills you must have before attending this course are as follows:

  • PSTN 2200 Gateway Basics (PGWB)
Classroom training
Duration: 5 days
Price: US$ ----
CLC: 35

Course Schedule:
Egypt, Cairo,  Jan 2015
Dubai,  Feb, 2015
Qatar, Doha, May 2015

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