® Signaling Gateway Manager (SGM) is the Cisco Element Management System for fault, configuration, accounting, performance, and security (FCAPS) management of Cisco IP Transfer Point (ITP) running on Cisco 2600, 7200, 7300, and 7500 series routers. For more information, please visit
The Cisco Signaling Gateway Manager comprises:
• Media Kit Software CD
This is the CD media for installing server and client software.
• Node Right-To-Use (RTU) License
This is a legal document that entitles the end user to manage Cisco ITPs using Cisco SGM up to the number of nodes purchased.
• 100 Link Right-To-Use (RTU) License
This is a legal document that entitles the end user to manage Cisco ITP SS7 Links (in increments of 100) using Cisco SGM.
• Standby Server RTU License
This is a legal document that entitles the end user to install two Cisco SGM servers in a redundant fashion.
• Software Application Support (SAS)
This provides software support and software upgrades for the Cisco SGM. One SAS contract is needed per RTU purchased.
Table 1 provides ordering information for the Cisco Signaling Gateway Manager.
Table 1. Ordering Information
How Do I Order?
How Many Do I Buy?
Signaling Gateway Manager 4.0 Media Kit
One media kit is required per customer. The media kit contains software for Solaris, Windows, and Linux.
Signaling Gateway Manager 4.0-7x00 License
Signaling Gateway Manager 4.0-2600 License
One RTU must be purchased per ITP based on platform type.
Signaling Gateway Manager 4.0-100 Link License
One Link RTU license must be purchased for every 100 SS7 Links configured in your network.
Call Data Mediation Server License
One CDM license must be purchased for each CDM server required.
Standby Server RTU
The Standby Server RTU can be ordered directly using the online Cisco Ordering Tool. To order this configuration, go to: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/ordering/index.shtml and log in using a Cisco.com password and select "Ordering Tool." Input the part number SGM-4.0-STANDBY.
Only one Standby Server license is needed to run two Cisco SGM servers as a redundant pair.
The SAS contract can be ordered directly using the online Cisco Ordering Tool. To order this configuration, go to: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/ordering/index.shtml and log in using a Cisco.com password and select "Ordering Tool." Input the appropriate part number:
SAS for SGM-CDM 4.x
SAS for Cisco SGM 4.x (7K ITP)
SAS for Cisco SGM 4.x (2600 ITP)
SAS for Cisco SGM 4.x (100 Links)
SAS for Cisco SGM 4.x Standby License
SAS for Cisco SGM 4.x Upgrade License
Complete order with shipping details, etc.
One SAS agreement must be purchased for every Cisco SGM RTU purchased.
Upgrading from Earlier Versions to Release 4.0
If you want to upgrade to a new software release, you can order the upgrade RTU licenses. To do this, follow the instructions in Table 1 for ordering RTU licenses using the following part numbers (Table 2)
Table 2. Major Upgrades
Signaling Gateway Manager 4.0 - Upgrade from 3.x
This license entitles you to an equivalent number of ITP routers and links managed at the time of purchasing the upgrade. Any additional links (in increments of 100) and/or ITP routers will require additional RTUs as specified above.
The Cisco Pricing Tool requires a Cisco.com user name and password. If you are not already registered for Cisco.com, go to:
http://tools.cisco.com/RPF/register/register.do and follow the instructions. After you have registered, you may access the Pricing Tool.
UberTelecom is purchasing 20 7500 Cisco ITPs, plans to configure 350 links, and requires network management with geographic redundancy. UberTelecom would purchase one (1) each
SGM-4.0-MEDIA-KIT, twenty (20) each
SGM-4.0-7K-RTU, four (4) each
SGM-4.0-LINK-RTU, and one (1)
SGM-4.0-STANDBY. This would enable UberTelecom to manage all twenty (20) each Cisco ITPs and up to four-hundred (400) links plus install two (2) each Cisco SGM servers in a redundant configuration. If UberTelecom wanted technical support and free minor updates, they would purchase twenty (20) each
CON-SAS-SGM4-7K, four (4) each
CON-SAS-SGM4-LINK, and one (1) each