SIG VOIP illegal gateway determines the relationship between the most connection numbers and gateway traffic volume

Publication Date:  2012-12-12 Views:  116 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
SIG VOIP illegal gateway determines the relationship between the most connection numbers of threshold and gateway accumulated traffic volume.
Alarm Information
None.
Handling Process
In the illegal and suspicious gateway determination policy configuring the most connection numbers is to refer to the accumulated traffic volume in gateway get online process.
Accumulated traffic volume refers to the conversation numbers of an IP user in a period of time, the viewed accumulated traffic volume in the gateway gatekeeper is the conversation total integer in a get/go online process.
Biggest concurrency traffic volume refers to an IP user in a period of time, simultaneously the online highest voip telephone conversation integers, the biggest concurrency traffic volume viewed in the gateway gatekeeper is the highest telephone conversation integers in the get/go online process. Thus it may be known: Traffic volume viewed in gateway gatekeeper is the most connection numbers configured in the gateway determination policy, as long as this accumulated traffic volume is bigger than the configured illegal most connection numbers, is the illegal gateway. The concurrency connection number has no direct relation with the threshold most connection numbers, but according to the relationship among them, may infer that if the concurrency connection is bigger than the most connection numbers, it certainly is illegal, if smaller than or equal to the most connection numbers, it is necessarily illegal.
Root Cause
None.
Suggestions
None.

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