Signaling protocol Sample Clauses

Signaling protocol. The parties will interconnect their networks using SS7 signaling where technically feasible and available as defined in FR 905 Telcordia Standards including ISDN User Part (ISUP) for trunk signaling and TCAP for CCS-based features in the interconnection of their networks. All Network Operations Forum (NOF) adopted standards shall be adhered to.
Signaling protocol. 4.1.3.1 SS7 Signaling is AT&T-21STATE’s preferred method for signaling. Where MF signaling is currently used, the Parties agree to use their best efforts to convert to SS7. If SS7 services are provided by AT&T-21STATE, they will be provided in accordance with the provisions of the applicable access tariffs.
Signaling protocol. The parties will interconnect their networks using SS7 signaling where technically feasible and available as defined in GR 905 Telcordia Standards including ISDN User Part (ISUP) for trunk signaling and TCAP for CCS-based features in the Interconnection of their networks. All Network Operations Forum (NOF) adopted standards shall be adhered to. Where available, CenturyLink signaling services to link its Signaling Transfer Points (STPs) for CLEC switches which connect to CenturyLink’s STPs via “A” links or for CLEC’s STPs to connect to CenturyLink’s STPs via “D” links which are dedicated to the transport of signaling for local Interconnection, may be ordered from the CenturyLink Tariff.
Signaling protocol. If and when Carrier is prepared to convert to XX0, XX0 will be provided per the applicable access tariffs. Where multi-frequency signaling is currently used, the Parties agree, to interconnect their networks using multi-frequency (“MF”) or dual tone multi-frequency (“DTMF”) signaling, subject to availability at the End Office Switch or Tandem at which Interconnection occurs. The Parties acknowledge that the use of MF signaling may not be optimal. AT&T-22STATE will not be responsible for correcting any undesirable characteristics, service problems or performance problems that are associated with the inter-working of MF and SS7 signaling or with the signaling protocol required for Interconnection if Carrier employs MF signaling.
Signaling protocol. The Parties will interconnect their networks using SS7 signaling as defined in GR-317 and GR-394, including ISDN User Part ("IS UP") for trunk signaling and Transaction Capabilities Application Part ("TCAP") for CCS-based features in the interconnection of their networks. Either Party may establish CCS interconnections either directly and/or through a third party. CCS interconnection, whether direct or by third party shall be pursuant to PUB L-780023-PB/NB and in accordance with the rates, terms and conditions of the Parties' respective tariffs. The Parties will cooperate in the exchange of TCAP messages to facilitate full interoperability of CCS-based features between their respective networks, including all CLASS features and functions, to the extent each carrier offers such features and functions to its own end users. The Parties will provide all CCS signaling parameters, including CPN, and will honor all privacy indicators.
Signaling protocol. The Parties will interconnect their networks using SS7 signaling as defined in GR-317 and GR-394, including ISDN User Part ("ISUP") for trunk signaling and Transaction Capabilities Application Part ("TCAP") for CCS-based features in the interconnection of their networks. All appropriate industry standards for signaling interoperability will be followed.
Signaling protocol. The Parties will interconnect their networks using SS7 signaling as defined in Bellcore documents GR-905-CORE, Issue 1, March 1995, Bellcore Special Report SR-TSV-002275, BOC Notes on the LEC Networks-Signaling, Bellcore Generic Requirements GR-317, Issue 1, February 1994 and GR-394, Issue 1, February 1994, including ISDN User Part (“ISUP”) for trunk signaling and Transaction Capabilities Application Part (“TCAP”) for CCS-based features in the interconnection of their networks.
Signaling protocol. The Parties will interconnect their networks using SS7 signaling where technically feasible and available including ISDN user part ("ISUP") for trunk signaling and Transaction Capabilities Application Part ("TCAP") for CCS-based features in the interconnection of their networks. All Network Interoperability Interface Forum ("NIIF") adopted standards shall be adhered to.
Signaling protocol. 4.1.3.1 SS7 Signaling is AT&T-21STATE’s preferred method for signaling. Where MF signaling is currently used, the Parties agree to use their best efforts to convert to SS7. If SS7 services are Page 74 of 847 Contract Id: 88399114817796 ACCEPTED FOR PROCESSING - 2018 November 7 7:10 AM - SCPSC - 2018-350-C - Page 74 of 299 Attachment 02 - All Traffic - FCC ICC - Network Interconnection/AT&T-21STATE AIRUS Version: 4Q15 – CLEC ICA – 10/19/15 provided by AT&T-21STATE, they will be provided in accordance with the provisions of the applicable access tariffs.