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November 30, 2005, 10:33 pm
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I am happy to announce that the Berasno Service (berasno.holmespun.biz)
now supports the ANSI TCAP protocol. As you probably know, the ANSI
TCAP protocol is used to carry IS41 MAP data.
A new Service Specification page briefly describes the functionality of
the service to potential users. The New User Introduction page was also
recently improved. Please see the public documentation section
(http://berasno.holmespun.biz/document /) for these pages.
Those of you unfamiliar with the Berasno Service might like to know that
the web interface has been up and running for just over a month now. It
is built around a set of utilities that decode and encode protocol data
that is carried in the BER for ASN.1 format. The Service is free.
The Service also supports the GSM/UMTS MAP, ITU TCAP, IETF SNMP, IETF
LDAP, IETF CMS, ISO ILL, and IETF/ITU X.509 protocols.
Holmespun Solutions, LLC
BER for ASN.1 Decoding Online
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