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	Title		: Signalling Gateway (SG) Information (SGINFO) Support
                          for Signalling User Adaptation Layers
	Author(s)	: B. Bidulock
	Filename	: draft-bidulock-sigtran-sginfo-03.txt,.ps,.pdf
	Pages		: 22
	Date		: 2003-8-1
This Internet-Draft describes Signalling Gateway (SG) Information
(SGINFO) for Signalling User Adaptation Protocols [M2UA...TUA], which
permits supporting Signalling Gateways (SG) to convey additional
Application Server (AS) support information to Application Server
Processes (ASPs) activating for AS on the SG.  This additional AS
support information consists of information pertaining to the
underlying SS7 Signalling Provider that otherwise would have to be
statically configured at the Application Server Process (ASP) or
exchanged between SG and ASP using a non-IETF defined protocol.

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