YateSTP – Signaling Transfer Point

YateSTP is the Yate-based Signal Transfer Point router implementation. It provides a redundant communication hub for all SS7 network components. 

Features and Benefits

  • Fully implemented in software, does not need specialized hardware
  • Supports combinations of MTP2/TDM and SIGTRAN interfaces
  • Provides the Global Title Translation function required for mobile networks
  • Supports cross-connects between mated STPs for improved reliability

Interfaces: STP provides connections over:

  • MTP/TDM (E1/T1)
  • Cisco SLT
  • SIGTRAN M2PA (SCTP/IP)
  • SIGTRAN M2UA ASP (SCTP/IP)
  • SIGTRAN M3UA GW (SCTP/IP)

YateSTP overview

This section contains common information about YateSTP.

Latest Changes

Revision number Time since commit Commit message
3901 68d 14h Added validity checks for various RegExp configurations.
3891 73d 10h Avoid querying the NPDB if the TCAP operation is not Begin.
Only the CdPA GT in the first message in a dialog can be MSISDN.
3867 77d 12h Increased number of workers since now they consume less CPU when idle.
3821 101d 06h Force the message creation time and ignore anything an external module sets.
This avoids messages of external modules altering statistic message age.
3718 159d 08h Add support for simulating and tracing a GT translation via API.
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