This document details basic procedures for system administrators managing, maintaining, configuring, and deploying OpenCloud’s R-IM-SSF Module — for protocol translation from INAP and CAP to SIP — with the Service Interaction SLEE (SIS).

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This document includes the following topics:

  • About the R-IM-SSF — R-IM-SSF features and how it works

  • Installing the R-IM-SSF — prerequisites, installation procedures, licenses and activation, SIS instances, and the CDR resource adaptor entity

  • Configuring the R-IM-SSF — configuring general properties, subscription information, and user interface

  • R-IM-SSF Behaviour — how R-IM-SSF is triggered, makes contact, and deals with messages

  • R-IM-SSF Statistics —  parameter sets for statistics with R-IM-SSF

  • R-IM-SSF Alarms  — alarm types and descriptions

  • Using the R-IM-SSF — how to include the R-IM-SSF in a service composition, support more than one R-IM-SSF use in a service composition, and use rate limiting with the R-IM-SSF.

  • Changelog — the changelog for R-IM-SSF Protocol Translator version releases.

Intended Audience

This document is for system administrators (and anyone else responsible for) deploying, managing and maintaining the R-IM-SSF.

This document assumes a basic knowledge of core concepts about Rhino, SIS, JAIN SLEE and Java Management Extensions (JMX).


This document covers procedures for deploying and administering the OpenCloud R-IM-SSF Module.

This document does not focus on:

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