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	Title		: Registration Extensions (REGEXT)for Signalling User 
                          Adaptation Layers
	Author(s)	: B. Bidulock
	Filename	: draft-bidulock-sigtran-regext-01.txt,.pdf
	Pages		: 28
	Date		: 2003-8-1
This memo describes Registration Extensions (REGEXT) that provides
the ability for an Application Server Process (ASP) to modify existing
Routing (Link) Keys with a Signalling Gateway (SG).
Current procedures in the SS7 Signalling User Adaptation Layers
(UAs) [M2UA..TUA] do not provide for the modification of Routing
(Link) Keys without deactivation of the Application Server (AS).  This
causes problems in making changes to live systems.
The extensions described in this memo permit modification of
Signalling Link membership in Application Servers for SS7 MTP2-User
Adaptation Layer [M2UA], modification of Circuit Identification Code
(CIC) ranges for the SS7 MTP3-User Adaptation Layer [M3UA],
modification of Circuit Identification Code (CIC) rnages for the SS7
ISUP-User Adaptation Layer [ISUA], modificiation of Destination Local
Reference (DLR) ranges for SS7 SCCP-User Adaptation Layer [SUA], and
modification of Transaction Identifier (TID) ranges for SS7 TCAP-User
Adaptation Layer [TUA].

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