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Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch Release Notes for Release 6.0.1

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Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch Release Notes for Release 6.0.1


Features and Enhancements

Hardware Requirements

Host Hardware

8 GB Sample Configurations

16 GB Sample Configurations

Ancillary Hardware

Software Requirements

Release Names

Component Interoperability

Operator Access

Bug Toolkit

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request

Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch Release Notes for Release 6.0.1

Revised: July 19, 2009, OL-17290-09


The Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch is a class-independent software switch (softswitch) that provides next-generation integrated voice and data switching solutions for packet networks.

Release 6.0.1 continues the evolution of the BTS 10200, focusing on the cable market and alternative wireline and wireless service providers. This release adds features and functionality for next generation network VoIP networks and implements IMS Ready features.

This document describes new features and enhancements in Release 6.0.1 900.06.00V00.00. Maintenance (Vxx) releases might be issued after this release. Vxx releases include release notes only if they contain new information. For more BTS 10200 information, see guides available on

Warning Sun Explorer is installed as part of Release 6.0 builds as a requirement from Sun for resolving hardware issues, but is left disabled. Sun Explorer should not be enabled to run using cron as this is a untested and unsupported configuration.

Sun Explorer is CPU intensive and could case issues with the real-time processes running on active and standby BTS 10200 platforms. Sun Explorer should be run only when the BTS 10200 platform is OOS (for example, after a platform stop all is executed).

This document has the following sections:

Features and Enhancements

Hardware Requirements

Host Hardware

Ancillary Hardware

Software Requirements

Release Names

Component Interoperability

Operator Access

Bug Toolkit

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request

Features and Enhancements

The following tables lists the features added or enhanced for Release 6.0.1:

Feature or Enhancement

10/11 digit incoming Caller ID match

This feature handles the 10-digit and 11-digit format differences between the Automatic Number Identification (ANI) and Screening List Editing (SLE) table. SLE services allow subscribers to screen and manage incoming calls with features like Selective Call Forwarding and Selective Call Rejection.

Using SLE, subscribers can block all E-164 dial plans. Subscribers can specify lists of DNs for which the BTS 10200 should screen incoming calls and the action it should apply to the calls. This feature supports POTs and Centrex subscribers.

100 PC 1.5 SOAP connections

This feature enables up to 100 PacketCable SOAP/XML client connections/sessions with the BTS 10200's EMS.

911 Call Display

This feature allows you to view the count of all on-going emergency calls based on the call-type and trunk group. For example, query call-count returns all 911 calls currently active by displaying all active calls on trunk groups designated for 911.

The call-type token is mandatory and can take values emergency, police, ambulance, fire, all-emergency, and all. The tgn-id and tg tokens are optional and if specified the call-count will be provided for the specified trunk group (TG) only.

911 ANI

This feature allows the service provider to provision Enhanced 911 (E911) specific number for subscribers, which may be different from subscriber directory number (DN) or the billing DN.

911 Callback

This feature allows Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) lines to call back a subscriber provisioned on the BTS 10200. The BTS 10200 treats these callbacks as special high-priority calls so that when the subscriber is on an active PSAP call, all terminating features are disabled except Call Waiting (CW) and Call Forwarding Busy (CFB).

ECB is an office-based feature. When the ECB subscriber receives a call, the BTS 10200 checks the calling DN against the list of DNs in the emergency number list to determine whether it is a PSAP line. If the DN is in the list, it is treated as ECB. ECB is provided to any subscriber associated with an office service that has ECB.

Account Code collection timer enhancement

This feature reduces the time delay after subscribers enter account codes.

ASMB Backup Compression

This feature enables automatic compression of the shared memory compression backups, without customer action or intervention.

Billing Enhancement

The billing record for World Zone 1 has the full E-164 number.

Billing file transmission time

This feature enhances BTS 10200 accounting subsystem management. This feature changes the polling interval unit from minutes to seconds; reducing transmission time of billing files from 1 to 60 minutes to 30 to 3600 seconds.

The polling-interval token specifies the time, in seconds, between FTP file transfers from the BTS 10200 EMS and the remote mediation system or accounting office. The default value is 900 seconds. The CDR file size takes precedence over the polling-interval parameter.

Billing Report Enhancement

This feature allows you to search billing records using a call's terminating number and originating number.

CALEA for non-BTS 10200 subscribers

This feature adds the functionality in CALEA to tap non-BTS subscribers. Enable this feature using a verification flag, local_sub=N/Y, in the wiretap table.

Call Admission Control for SIP Trunking

This feature allows you to configure and manage SIP soft trunks for incoming and outgoing calls. It allows you to monitor system performance by monitoring the total number of sessions admitted through a SIP trunk. You can configure a SIP trunk as:




Any combination of the above

Call Forward Not Reachable

This feature forwards an incoming call when the subscriber (for whom the call is intended) is unreachable. The unreachable condition can occur if the gateway serving the subscriber line is down, or if any intermediate network element serving the subscriber line is down.

The system treats the subscriber line as unreachable if any one of the following conditions is true:

The Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) or Network-based call signaling (NCS) termination or media gateway (MGW) is administratively or operationally out of service (OOS).

The BTS 10200 call-setup process has timed out after retransmitting create connection (CRCX) messages to the MGCP or NCS MGW without achieving a successful call setup.

A SIP subscriber Address Of Record (AOR) used in SIP is administratively or operationally out of service (OOS).

In previous releases, the unreachable feature was provisionable through a special trigger on the Call Forward Busy feature. CFNR allows the unreachable feature to be provisioned and assigned independently from the CFB feature.

Call Forwarding Enhancements

This feature allows a subscriber to activate CF on a new destination number (DN) without first having to deactivate it on an old DN; the new DN overwrites the old on the BTS 10200. This aligns with European CF standards. After the subscriber activates the new DN, an announcement confirms the new DN and its CF status.

This feature also allows a subscriber to check whether CF is active on a DN without having to manually enter that DN. When the subscriber checks, the system plays an announcement explaining which DNs have CF.

Call Transfer for Business Groups

This feature enables the BTS 10200 to support all the ways Call Transfer can be provided to subscribers in a business group:

Call Transfer Internal Only

Call Transfer Outside

Call Transfer Individual, Incoming Only

Case sensitive changes

Case sensitive changes to lowercase have been made to the following existing parameters as part of the upgrade and data migration to Release 6.0:

Table Name: AGGR,

Parameter converted to lower case:TSAP_ADDR



Table Name: MGW

Parameter converted to lower case: TSAP_ADDR and UNIQUE_TSAP_ADDR


Parameter converted to lower case: TERMINATION_PREFIX


Parameter converted to lower case: TERM_ID

Table Name: SCTP_ASSOC

Parameter converted to lower case: REMOTE_TSAP_ADDR1 and REMOTE_TSAP_ADDR2


Parameter converted to lower case: DOMAIN_NAME


Parameter converted to lower case: TOKEN_STRING


Pre-check if there is any case-insensitively duplicated TSAP_ADDR. Convert TSAP_ADDR to lowercase.


Parameter converted to lower case: ID, TSAP_ADDR, and SIP_SERVER_GROUP_ID.


Parameter converted to lower case: SIP_SERVER_GROUP_ID


Parameter converted to lower case: ALIAS


Parameter converted to lower case: AOR_ID


Parameter converted to lower case: TERM_ID and AOR_ID



Pre-check if there is any case-insensitive duplicate ID. Convert ID to lowercase.

Table Name: TRUNK

Parameter converted to lower case: TERM_ID

Table Name: TRUNK_GRP

Parameter converted to lower case: SOFTSW_TSAP_ADDR and SIP_SERVER_GROUP_ID

Table Name: USER_AUTH

Parameter converted to lower case: AOR_ID

Cause code mapping

This feature allows you to provision overrides to standard cause code mapping for the following:

SIP to SS7

SS7 to SIP

CDB header and trailer record modifications

This feature increases usability of CDB records by:

renumbering header and trailer record fields to prevent the trailer record value from being misinterpreted as a call type

eliminating blank lines

CORBA auto-install

CORBA is automatically installed at the time of BTS 10200 installation or upgrade, no separate install is needed.

ECAN control and DSP effect

This feature allows you to configure the call-subtype-profile for test calls.

EMS Admissions Control Policy

This feature determines whether or not a BTS 10200 EMS user is allowed to access the operations, administration, maintenance, and provisioning (OAM&P) functions of the BTS 10200. All EMS users are subject to these restrictions except the following:

maintenance (MAINT) category users

CALEA users



Note This feature is supported for CORBA, native SOAP/XML, and PacketCable SOAP/XML interfaces only.

EMS sizing tool

This feature is a tool delivered as a web page on your EMS; it allows you to forecast sizing and capacity of your BTS 10200. The EMS sizing tool calculates BTS 10200 boundaries for the following:

database sizing

feature combinations table sizes

hardware limitations

call mixes

Using this tool, you can classify performance indicators like feature triggers per call, calls per second and active calls per subscriber.

Note This tool is not a true network forecasting modeler for Cisco networking products nor is it a tool to forecast network gateway throughput.

Enhance Command-Scheduler granularity

This feature allows you to use start-time and recurring command tokens to schedule command time and frequency (hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, etc.).

External subscriber database migration (northbound provisioning)

This feature allows an operator to provision TAS subscriber profiles on the BTS 10200. The BTS 10200 stores the TAS subscriber profiles in its own databases on the EMS and CA or FS:

Emergency ANI

HSS Public ID

Screen List Editing (SLE)

Single Number Reach (SNR)

SIP Trigger Profile

Speed Call: 1-Digit (SC1D)

Speed Call: 2-Digit (SC2D)


Subscriber Feature Data

Subscriber Service Profile

Subscriber Time-Of-Day Schedule

The BTS 10200 pushes updated subscriber information to the HSS when either of the following occurs:

An operator enters commands to retrieve, add, change, or delete subscriber profiles.

A TAS subscriber uses a handset to control calling features.

FIM/XML Editing Tool

This feature defines interactions between the IMS Service Control Interface (ISC) and Feature Control Protocol (FCP) features. An efficient configurable FIM/XML file has rules. The BTS 10200 Feature Server manages the ISC and FCP feature interactions based on the rules in this FIM/XML file.

GigE Support

This feature increases bandwidth between network switches and the BTS 10200 from 100 Mbps to 1000 Mbps.

Heap Monitoring

This feature automatically monitors heap memory usage once an hour.

Hostage Situation for LEA

This feature allows a BTS 10200 subscriber taken hostage to make immediate contact with a Law Enforcement Authority (LEA).

The feature restricts incoming calls to and outgoing calls from the subscriber hostage. Regardless of the directory number (DN) the hostage subscriber dials, the outgoing call terminates at HOSTAGE_OUTBOUND_DN, which connects the hostage subscriber directly to the LEA.

Incremental Shared-Memory Restoration (ISMR)

This feature is part of a larger solution that allows comprehensive recovery from disastrous system incidents like an abrupt power-cut. ISMR recovers the BTS 10200 shared-memory (SHM) on a platform by bringing it back to its state immediately prior to system disaster.

Used with ASMB (automatic shared memory backup), ISMR restores data changes since the last ASMB backup.

Long Duration Call Cutoff

This feature allows the service provider to disconnect the calls that run for a long period of time using a configurable timer.

A related feature adds forwarding number information to both first and continuation CDRs created for long-duration calls.

MGW Keep alive

This feature enhances existing functionality as follows:

If you set term-seize-unreach to Y, the BTS 10200 attempts to set up calls to the MGW even if it has declared the MGW unreachable.

New commands query unreachable MGWs, trunk termination endpoints, subscriber termination endpoints.

The system provides a tabular display of the status for MGWs, trunk termination endpoints, subscriber termination endpoints.

The system generates and clears new alarms when the MGWs, trunk termination endpoints, subscriber termination endpoints become unreachable.

MLHG Nonhunt

This feature enables you to provision a subscriber (belonging to an MLHG group) as a nonhunt subscriber. Subsequently, when a nonhunt subscriber is called directly, and the subscriber is busy, the BTS 10200 does not perform MLHG hunting to other terminals in the MLHG.

Native Data Export

This feature enables a user to export all provisioning data from the BTS 10200 using a CLI command. The BTS 10200 stores this data in a user-named output file in text format before exporting it.

Operator calls Call Type = 27

This feature uses a parameter in the ca-config table, CALLTYPE-OPER-CALL-CDR. If set to N (default), the BTS 10200 populates billing Field 1 in the same manner as Release 5.0. If set to Y, the BTS 10200 treats the call as follows:

User dials 0 — The billing call type is shown as 26, OPERATOR (same as Release 5.0).

User dials 0+ — The billing call type is shown as 28, OPERATOR-ASSISTED.

User dials 00 — The billing call type is shown as 27, CARRIER-OPERATOR (same as Release 5.0).

User dials 01+ — The billing call type is shown as 44, INTL-OPERATOR.

Overlap Dialing

This feature reduces the time the BTS 10200 takes to process dialed digits associated with a non-NANP dial plan. Overlap dialing enables the BTS 10200 to begin processing a call as soon as it can determine a destination from dialed digits that form only part of a complete number.

P-Charging-Vector Header

This feature correlates CDRs from different elements in the IMS network. Acting as a TAS, the BTS uses a globally-unique charging identifier for IMS billing called the P-Charging-Vector header.

Privacy CDR

This feature makes any service ID greater than 200 part of Privacy Plus feature. The BTS 10200 provides a base value of 200 for all Application-Server specific Service Types.

When the SIP Trigger feature is invoked, and the BYE Message received from Application-Server has a reason-header with a code (any 2 digit or 3 digit code), BTS 10200 adds a value of 200 to the reason code (that is, BYE message Q850.causecode + 200).

Provisioning performance improvement

This feature provides support for additional EMS spindles to improve provisioning performance.

Midcall SCA activation for Centrex subscriber

This feature addresses the blocking of Subscriber Controlled Services like the following during midcall (MDC):

Selective Call Acceptance—SCA

Selective Call Forwarding—SCF

Selective Call Rejection—SCR

Distinctive Ringing/Call Waiting—DRCW

MDC activates when a subscriber presses the Flash button or hookswitch during a call.

During MDC, if a Centrex subscriber activates Subscriber Controlled Services, activation fails, and the features disable. If the subscriber tries to activate services with Call Hold (CHD), the activation fails.

Semicolon token in CLI, FTP, SOAP, CORBA and PCSP

This feature allows operators to enter semicolons as part of token values, in accordance with RFC-3261.

Use an escape character ,"\", before the semicolon in CLI and FTP to differentiate the semicolon as a token value, not a delimiter. For example:

add SCSCF-ROUTE-NAME\;tag=AAA\;mode=XYZ\;lr

url is;tag=AAA;mode=XYZ;lr

If "\" is a token value, enter it as "\\" so only the first backslash is treated as an escape character.

The CLI and FTP return errors if a character other than ";" or "\" follows "\".

The escape character "\" does not apply to SOAP, CORBA, and PCSP adapters when entering CLI parameters into XML format.

Sh Interface

This feature allows the HSS and BTS 10200 communicate using the Sh interface over the Diameter protocol. The HSS and BTS 10200 communicate about subscriber data as follows:

BTS 10200 queries subscriber profiles stored on the HSS.

BTS 10200 updates subscriber profiles stored on the HSS.

HSS notifies BTS 10200 when subscriber profiles change on the HSS.

BTS 10200 Diameter support was developed according to RFC 3589.

BTS 10200 supports Sh 6.8.0.

Shared Memory Synchronization to Disk

This feature adds a periodic synchronization of the shared memory to the disk. If a power cycle happens, the loss of data is limited to the changes since the last sync.

SIM MRMW queue

This feature reduces dynamic memory usage. FCP (Feature Control Protocol) messages between SIM (Service Interaction Manager) and the Feature Server were queued in the MRMW queue (input message queue for SIM process), this led to excessive memory usage.

With this optimization, FCP messages are queued in the system UDP (User Datagram Protocol) queue, avoiding memory exhaustion.

Single Number Reach

This feature enables service providers to assign a subscriber's directory number (DN) to multiple devices. Assign this DN as either of the following:

a virtual number shadowing existing DNs

the physical devices

Service providers unify the subscriber's features using the same DN even when the subscriber's devices belong to other service providers.

This feature supports both sequential and simultaneous ringing on up to 6 devices.

SIP Business and Commercial Services

These features are for SIP endpoints and available to Centrex subscribers. This includes subscribers that are members of both a Centrex group and an MLHG.

Account and Authorization Codes

Speed Call

speed call 1-digit (SC1D)

speed call 2-digit (SC2D)

group speed call 1-digit (GSC1D)

group speed call 2-digit (GSC2D)

Multiline hunt group (MLHG)

Call Park (CPRK)

Call Retrieve (CPRK-RET)

Directed Call Pickup Without Barge-in (DPN)

Directed Call Pickup with Barge-in (DPU)

SIP Privacy Header

This feature allows SIP subscribers to prevent their calling name and calling number from being sent to called parties.

SIP Traffic Measurements

This feature updates Traffic Measurement (TMM) counters at run-time for SIP traffic. It also captures SIP response (3xx, 4xx, 5xx, 6xx) counters per trunk group.

This feature includes counters for the following call categories in CallP:

Call Abandon

User Busy

No Answer

SIP counters for ingress and egress of 3xx, 4xx, 5xx and 6xx SIP responses are pegged when the above category messages are processed. BTS does not increment these counters on retransmissions (both reception and transmission).

These counters are for an entire switch or on a per trunk group basis and are a part of the existing trunk group usage summary report.

SIP Triggers enhancements

This feature allows SIP subscribers to use originating SIP triggers.

SIP xGCP SDP Interworking

SIP and xGCP use SDP differently. SIP and xGCP exchange SDP transparently using the Call Agent (Cable Management System, Media Gateway Controller). However, the exchange of SDP data creates interworking problems because xGCP might ignore or reject SIP SDP syntax. Using this feature, the BTS 10200 translates SIP SDP syntax into equivalent xGCP connection-handling syntax.

SNMP Trap Enhancements

This feature converts BTS log files so they can be reported using an SNMP trap interface.

SOAP Manageability

Note SOAP here refers to BTS native SOAP/XML, not PacketCable SOAP/XML.

This feature enhances the manageability of user sessions. It impacts four areas:

1. SOAP Software Developer's Kit (SDK)

2. SOAP Interface Servant (SOAP)

3. Session and System Manager (SMG for EMS)

4. User Security Manager (USM for EMS)

The SDK changes better demonstrate the use of API changes and reflect the effects as seen on the client side of a deployment. Session information is processed as part of the existing Session Manager capabilities. SOAP session policy is a timer-controlled process to remove the policy violated sessions.

TAS support for SIP/IMS Voice Applications, external S-CSCF, ISC Interface between TAS and S-CSCF

This feature allows the BTS to act as a TAS, providing voice services to SIP/IMS subscribers. The BTS 10200 communicates with serving call session control function (S-CSCF) servers over an IP multimedia service control (ISC) interface.

Terminating black/white list

This feature is a new functionality for Temporary Disconnect (TDISC) subscribers. This feature is used to allow or block certain incoming calls made to a subscriber whose status is temporarily disconnected (for example, for nonpayment of bills).

The service provider provisions the accepted or blocked dialing numbers in the Terminating White and Black List, and assigns the list to the COS-RESTRICT-ID of the subscriber. This feature also enables the service provider to contact the TDISC subscriber, without having to change the status of the subscriber to active

Translation table names

This feature allows BTS 10200 users to name the following tables with names up to 32 characters:









Turkish ISUP

This feature supports for the Turkish ISUP variant. The Turkish ISUP feature is based on the ITU-T Q.767 specification and the Turkish-ISUP implementation in the PGW 2200 softswitch. This feature delivers the Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch to the Turkish markets requiring SS7 network interconnect through the Turkish ISUP protocol variant.

Use of * and # keys to mark the end of digits during IVR digit collection of forward-to-numbers

Starting Release 6.0, the restart-key (*) and the return-key (#) are no longer supported during IVR digit collection of forward-to numbers (for RACF and SCF feature). This means that the BTS 10200 subscriber is not required to enter the # key to mark the end of digits for the forward-to numbers.

The service provider should remove or disable any IVR prompt (voice recordings) that instructs the subscriber to press the # key to complete an entry. Alternatively, if the prompt is still played, the IVR server waits for inter-digit-timer to expire, before it sends the collected digits to BTS 10200.

Hardware Requirements

This section has the following topics:

Host Hardware

Ancillary Hardware

Host Hardware

Minimum required memory for CAs is 8 GB; 16 GB is required for larger systems.

Caution To ensure memory is available for necessary switch functions and avoid negatively impacting performance do not run non-BTS applications on CAs.

8 GB Sample Configurations

The following sample BTS 10200 configuration uses 8GB of physical memory. It is for illustrative purposes only.


150,000 NCS subscribers

10,000 for trunk groups

16 GB Sample Configurations

The following sample BTS 10200 configurations use 16 GB of physical memory. These examples are for illustrative purposes only.


150, 000 total subscribers, any combination of SIP and NCS

15,000 for H.323

10,000 for trunk groups


50,000 total MGC subscribers

10,000 for trunk groups


200,000 total subscribers, 20,000 can be SIP or NCS, up to 200,000 for TAS

10,000 for trunk groups


200,000 total subscribers, any combination of NCS, MGC, and 60,000 Centrex groups

2,000 for SIP

200 for H.323

10,000 for trunk groups

For more information on configurations, go to and select "Table Sizing Configuration" from the drop-list.

The following table lists requirements for host hardware:

Memory (in GB)
Disk Size (in GB)

Sun Fire V1280

Supported in existing installs. Not available for new installs.

4 x 1280


4 x 73

Sun Fire V1280

Supported in existing installs. Not available for new installs.

8 x 1200


2 x 73

Sun Fire V1280

Supported in existing installs. Not available for new installs.

12 x 1200


4 x 73

Sun Fire V240

Supported in existing installs. Not available for new installs.

2 x 1280


2 x 73

Sun Fire V245

2 x 1500


4 x 73

Sun Fire V440

Supported in existing installs. Not available for new installs.

4 x 1280


4 x 73

Sun Fire V445

4 x 1593


2 x 73

Sun Netra 1280

Supported in existing installs. Not available for new installs.

4 x 1200


2 x 73

Sun Netra 1280

Supported in existing installs. Not available for new installs.

8 x 1200


2 x 73

Sun Netra 1280

Supported in existing installs. Not available for new installs.

12 x 1200


2 x 73

Sun Netra 1290

8 x 1500


2 x 146

Sun SPARC Enterprise T2000

4 core


2 x 146

Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120

4 core


2 x 146

Sun SPARC Enterprise T5220

4 core


2 x 146

Ancillary Hardware

The following table lists ancillary hardware required if you are using reference sale host hardware.



Cisco Catalyst 2970 x1 DC 10/100 Autosensing Fast Ethernet Switch


Terminal server that permits console login

Software Requirements

The following table lists BTS 10200 software release types:

Version Numbering
Source and Defect Fixes



Significant new features


Architectural changes

Defect fixes

Increments with each new version.

Numbers cannot be skipped.

Based on a previous main release

Receives defect fixes synced from previous Main releases throughout its life



New features of limited scope


Defect fixes

Increments as content is added.

Numbers can be skipped.

Based on a previous major or point release

Receives defect fixes synced from previous major or point releases throughout its life


Offers defect fixes for specific problems.

Increments as content is added.

Numbers can be skipped.

Release Names

BTS 10200 product release version numbering is defined as either:

Cisco BTS 10200 uu.ww.xx.yzz Pxx (for example, in Release Notes)


900-uu.ww.xx.yzz Pxx (CD part number)


uu is the major release ID (0-99)—for example, 900-03.ww.xx.yzz

ww is a point release (within a major) (0-99)—for example, 900-03.05.xx.yzz

xx is the maintenance package number (within a point) (0-99)—for example, 900-03.05.03.yzz

y is the software state, such that—for example, 900-03.05.03V00

D = Development load

I = Integration load

Q = System test load

F = Field verification ready

V = Verified (specified for externally available)

When Pxx is at the end of the release numbering, a patch has been applied. P is the patch, and xx is the patch numbering.

Examples are:





Component Interoperability

The following table lists the certified platforms, functions, and protocols successfully tested with BTS 10200 release 6.0.1. Earlier or later releases of platform software might be interoperable, and it might be possible to use other functions on these platforms.

Platform(s) Tested
Function(s) Tested
Protocol(s) Tested
Load(s) Tested

Arris TM402P


NCS 1.0



Arris TM502G


NCS 1.0



Arris TM508A/512A


NCS 1.0


SIP: TS 5.2.32 NCS: 5.2.22


SH messaging

TAS Call Processing


HSS 3000 4.0

Camiant MultiMedia Service Controller

Policy Server


Cisco 243x


MGCP 1.0


Cisco 2651

SS7 Signaling Gateway




Cisco 5850

Trunking Gateway


Cisco AS5300/5350/5400

Trunking Gateway

MGCP 1.0



Cisco BACC

Provisioning Server

Cisco Cat 3550

Ethernet Switch


Cisco DPE

Provisioning Server

Cisco ITP 7301

Signaling Gateway



Cisco ITP 7507

Signaling Gateway


Cisco ITP 7600

Signaling Gateway

Cisco MSFC1

IP Core - Cat 6500


Cisco MSFC1

IP Core - Cat 6500


Cisco Network Registrar

IP address management

Cisco PXM45/AXSM

Trunking Gateway

MGCP 1.0



Cisco RPM

Trunking Gateway

MGCP 1.0


12.4(6) T6

Cisco SUP720-3BXL

IP Core - Cat 7606


Cisco uBR 10K




Cisco uBR7246VXR


PacketCable EM 08


Cisco UC500 2811

SS7 Signaling Gateway




Cisco UC500 2811

Integrated Services Router





Trunking Gateway

MGCP 1.0



Cisco VXSM

Trunking Gateway

MGCP 1.0



Cognitronics Cx500/Cx4000



IP Unity Harmony 6000


MGCP 1.0


IP Unity Harmony 6000




IP Unity Harmony 6000

Privacy Director




1.5 I01 Prototype v5.0

Linksys PAP2T




Motorola SBV5220


NCS 1.0




Titan 5.2

Scientific Atlanta DPC2203



Scientific Atlanta Dpx2203


NCS 1.0








Tektronix DQ R7

Network Loop Back, Network Continuity Test


7.10 Build 168

Thomson MTA

Operator Access

Operator access to BTS 10200 is available only by secure shell (SSH) session to the EMS. The BTS 10200 supports outbound FTP to other systems. It does not support inbound FTP.

For security purposes, SSH access is limited to the use of defined management interfaces.

BTS 10200 installation and upgrade procedures require you to change default user names and passwords.

Bug Toolkit

To access Bug Toolkit, have an Internet connection, Web browser, and a username and password.

To query defects and caveats, follow this procedure:

Step 1 Click here to log onto Bug Toolkit.

Step 2 Click Launch Bug Toolkit.

Step 3 For a specific caveat, enter the ID number in the "Enter known bug ID" field.

To view all caveats, go to the "Search for bugs in other Cisco software and hardware products" section, and type BTS in the Product Name field.

Step 4 Click Next.

Step 5 Select filters to query for caveats.

Note To generalize queries, use the All wildcard for releases, Features/Components, and keyword.

Step 6 Next to version:

Select Major for the major releases (6.0, 5.0, etc.).

Select Minor Release for more specific information—for example, selecting major Version 6.0 and point Version 1 queries for Release 6.0.1 caveats.

Select Features or Components to query.

Use keywords to search for a caveat title and description.

Select Advanced Options, including Bug Severity level, Bug Status Group, and Release Note Enclosure options.

Click Next.

Bug Toolkit returns caveats based on your query.

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