For the Cisco 2600-based SLT, you can configure a maximum of four sessions, two for each Cisco SLT. In a redundant VSC configuration, session 0 and session 2 are configured to one VSC, and session 1 and session 3 are configured to the other. Session 0/1 and session 2/3 run to the Cisco SLT.
The VSC must be configured to send messages to the local port, and it must be configured to listen on the remote port. You must also reload the router whenever you remove a session or change the parameters of a session.
This command replaces the ss7 session-0 address and ss7 session-1 address commands, which contain hard-coded session numbers. The new command is used for the new dual Ethernet capability.
The new CLI supports both single and dual Ethernet configuration by being backward compatible with the previous session-0 and session-1 commands so that you can configure a single Ethernet instead of two, if needed.
For the Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400-based SLT, you can configure a maximum of two sessions, one for each signaling link. In a redundant MGC configuration, session 0 is configured to one MGC and session 1 is configured to the other.
The MGC must be configured to send messages to the local port, and the MGC must be configured to listen on the remote port.
You must reload the router whenever you remove a session or change the parameters of a session.
By default, each RUDP session must belong to SS7 session set 0. This allows backward compatibility with existing SS7 configurations.
If the session-set keyword is omitted, the session is added to the default SS7 session set 0. This allows backward compatibility with older configurations. Entering the no form of the command is still sufficient to remove the session ID for that RUDP session.
If you want to change the SS7 session set to which a session belongs, you have to remove the entire session first. This is intended to preserve connection and recovery logic.