Using Converged Services Platform [CSP] with Windows!


Hi EveryOne!
I know very well that this is not the right group to ask
BUT there is now way, yeah I have been searching and searching since
last week to locate any appropriate useNet , E-Forum or mailing list ,
but no luck so far;-)
We are working for general solution like call center , voice conference
, call diverting-forwarding-recording etc on windows platform. I'll
appreciate any useful tips and hints for this from design to
implementation phase.
I need to know if any one here can help me interfacing the Hardware
Switch CSP 2000 [
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for
implementing SS7
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protocol.
SDK shipped with hardware switch provides high level interface of
hardware switch with C/C++ syntax. But the issue is lack of proper
documentation , documents given with switchKit is neither sufficient
and nor detailed.
Any www , usenet group and article will be appreciated. And let me know
if anyone here familiar with SimpleTandem sample code which is shiped
with SwitchKit.
I expect some development related pointers;-)
-ali
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Ali
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I wonder if there is any MS dedicated team dealing with switches , gateways , ATM etc. like we have for DDK , DirectX , web-services and many more.
Speaking frankly :-) i've started thinking this seriously that windows is no more than desktop PC but i can't discard the NT fact. Which is so special to me that i'm sure NT can be used from stand alone PC to high end data , application or dedicated server machines.
I've been searching and searching since last week but all in vain , yeah , got *nothing*. Though there are many solutions available for linux.
Regards. -ali
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Ali
Oops! no one to reply;-)
Well it seems that you are interested in CSP development that is why you are reading this thread so just click [
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-ali
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Ali

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