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ZXUN iCX(MSCS)

MSC Server
Number Analysis Feature Description

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Contents
About This Manual ......................................................................................... I
Chapter 1 Introduction to Number Analysis ............................................ 1-1
1.1 Functions of Number Analysis ............................................................................. 1-1
1.2 Number Analysis Principle .................................................................................. 1-1
1.3 Function Blocks of Number Analysis.................................................................... 1-5
1.4 Basic Service Procedures of Number Analysis ..................................................... 1-6
1.5 Special Service Procedures of Number Analysis .................................................. 1-6
1.6 Number Attribute Analysis................................................................................... 1-7
1.7 Reference Specifications and Protocols ............................................................... 1-7

Chapter 2 Number Analysis Procedures.................................................. 2-1


2.1 Basic MO Call Analysis Procedure ...................................................................... 2-1
2.2 MO Emergency Call Analysis Procedure............................................................ 2-13
2.3 Number Analysis Procedure for Incoming Calls through Trunk ............................ 2-15
2.4 Roaming Number Analysis Procedure ............................................................... 2-21
2.5 Forwarding Number Analysis Procedure ............................................................ 2-30
2.6 Number Analysis Procedure for Outgoing Calls through Trunk ............................ 2-35
2.7 MT Procedure .................................................................................................. 2-40
2.8 Special Analysis Flow-ERC Number Analysis..................................................... 2-43
2.8.1 Application Scene of ERC....................................................................... 2-43
2.8.2 Number Analysis Procedure.................................................................... 2-45
2.9 Special Analysis Flow-HOP of Called Number Analysis Selector ......................... 2-52
2.10 Special Analysis Flow- GN Number Configuration ............................................ 2-54
2.11 Special Analysis Flow-ToS Based on RC.......................................................... 2-55
2.12 Special Analysis Flow-CAMEL Reroute Function .............................................. 2-56
2.12.1 Application Scene................................................................................. 2-56
2.12.2 Flow Descriptions ................................................................................. 2-57
2.13 Special Analysis Flow-Number Transformation ................................................. 2-64
2.14 Special Analysis Flow- Number Attribute Analysis ............................................ 2-66
2.15 Special Analysis Flow-OSB Number Attribute Analysis ..................................... 2-67

Chapter 3 Number Analysis Configuration .............................................. 3-1


3.1 Configuring Basic MO Call Number Analysis Data ................................................ 3-1
3.2 Configuring MO Emergency Call Number Analysis Data ..................................... 3-34
3.3 Configuring Number Analysis Data for Incoming Call Through Trunk ................... 3-39

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3.4 Configuring Roaming Number Analysis Data...................................................... 3-47
3.5 Configuring Forwarding Number Analysis Data .................................................. 3-49
3.6 Configuring Number Analysis Data for Outgoing Call Through Trunk ................... 3-54
3.7 Configuring MT Number Analysis Data .............................................................. 3-58

Figures............................................................................................................. I
Tables ............................................................................................................ III
Glossary .......................................................................................................VII

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About This Manual
Purpose
This manual describes the function, procedures and data configuration of the typical
number analysis.

Intended Audience
This manual is intended for:
l Debugging engineers
l Maintenance engineers

Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge


To use this document effectively, users should have a general understanding of radio
telecommunications technology. Familiarity with the following is helpful:
l ZXUN iCX(MSCS) system and its various components
l ZXUN iCX(MSCS) data configuration

What Is in This Manual


This manual contains the following chapters:

Chapter Summary

1, Introduction to Number Describes the function and the related concept of the number
Analysis analysis.

2, Number Analysis Procedures Describes the number analysis procedures.

3, Number Analysis Describes the data configuration of the typical number analysis.
Configuration

Related Documentation
The following documentation is related to this manual:
l ZXUN iCX(MSCS) MSC Server Data Configuration Guide (Basic Data)
l ZXUN iCX(MSCS) MSC Server Data Configuration Guide (Service Data)
l ZXUN iCX(MSCS) MSC Server General Operation Guide

Conventions
This manual uses the following typographical conventions:

Typeface Meaning

Italics Variables in commands. It may also refer to other related manuals and
documents.

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Typeface Meaning

Bold Menus, menu options, function names, input fields, option button names, check
boxes, drop-down lists, dialog box names, window names, parameters, and
commands.

Constant width Text that you type, program codes, filenames, directory names, and function
names.

[] Optional parameters.

{} Mandatory parameters.

| Separates individual parameter in series of parameters.

Note: Provides additional information about a certain topic.

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Chapter 1
Introduction to Number
Analysis
Table of Contents
Functions of Number Analysis ....................................................................................1-1
Number Analysis Principle..........................................................................................1-1
Function Blocks of Number Analysis ..........................................................................1-5
Basic Service Procedures of Number Analysis ...........................................................1-6
Special Service Procedures of Number Analysis ........................................................1-6
Number Attribute Analysis ..........................................................................................1-7
Reference Specifications and Protocols .....................................................................1-7

1.1 Functions of Number Analysis


ZXUN iCX(MSCS) provides network addressing based on various numbers. In ZXUN
iCX(MSCS), two types of numbers are available.
l Subscriber numbers, including numbers of fixed subscribers and numbers of mobile
subscribers.
l Network numbers, including MSRN, MSC/VLR numbers, HLR numbers, and
handover numbers.
The purpose of number analysis configuration is to determine the network addressing
mode and the service processing mode for each type of numbers. Thus, it is ensured
that ZXUN iCX(MSCS) can correctly perform signaling interaction and voice channel
connection.

1.2 Number Analysis Principle


Layer of Number Analysis
Number analysis of ZXUN iCX(MSCS) is divided into three layers:

l Number analysis selector


l Number analyzer entry
l Number to be analyzed: Various number analysis records configured in number
analyzer entries.

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Number analysis begins with number analysis selectors. Each number analysis selector
contains several number analyzer entries, and each number analyzer entry contains
several number analysis records.
During a number analysis procedure, the MSCS first matches the number to be analyzed
with a number analysis selector, finds the corresponding number analyzer entry, and then
matches the number to be analyzed in the number analyzer entry. When the number is
successfully matched, number analysis is successful. Otherwise, number analysis fails.

Relationship Between Number Analysis Selectors and Number Analyzer Entries


According to different number types, ZXUN iCX(MSCS) selects different number analysis
selectors to analyze numbers. For example, ZXUN iCX(MSCS) selects number analysis
selector 1 during local-originated calls and number analysis selector 2 for roaming
numbers.
Each number analysis selector contains one or more number analyzer entries. ZXUN
iCX(MSCS) really analyzes numbers in number analyzer entries. Different number
analysis selectors can contain the same number analyzer entry.

Number Stream Analysis Sequence


For a specific number analysis selector, a number is analyzed in various number analyzers
specified by the number analysis selector in a fixed sequence, see Figure 1-1 and Figure
1-2.

Figure 1-1 Number Stream Analysis With CENTREX Analyzer Configured

Figure 1-2 Number Stream Analysis Without CENTREX Analyzer Configured

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ZXUN iCX(MSCS) has seven analyzer entries totally. These seven analyzers have the
strict sequence as follows:
l New service analyzer
l CENTREX analyzer
l Private network analyzer
l Special service analyzer
l Local network analyzer
l Domestic toll analyzer
l International toll analyzer

Note:
The CENTREX analyzer entry is an analyzer entry from the fixed network. During a number
analysis procedure, if the CENTREX analyzer entry is selected, the analyzer entries after
it cannot be used. It is not recommended to select the CENTREX analyzer entry during a
number analysis procedure.

Other analyzers fall into two types:


l The first type of analyzers includes the new service analyzer, the private network
analyzer and the special service analyzer entry. If the number to be analyzed is not
matched in an analyzer, the number automatically hops to the next analyzer to be
matched.
l The second type of analyzers includes the local network analyzer, the domestic
toll analyzer, and the international toll analyzer. If the number to be analyzed is
not matched in an analyzer, the number stream analysis ends. The MSCS reports
a vacant number message, and the number does not automatically hop to the
next-level analyzer to be matched.
A number stream can be configured to Analysis finished or Analysis unfinished and
being analyzed in the next analyzer in each number analyzer entry.
l Analysis unfinished and being analyzed in the next analyzer: After an analyzer
analyzes a number, the number analysis procedure is not finished. The next analyzer
analyzes the remainder digits of the number to get the analysis result.
l Analysis finished: After an analyzer analyzes a number, the number analysis
procedure is finished.

In a number analysis selector, the number analysis sequence is very important. A number
is analyzed based on the specific sequence of the number analyzer entries in the number
analysis selector. When a specified number is analyzed, it is required to coordinate number
analysis between the former analyzer and the later one. For example, if the former analyzer
has analyzed and deleted the toll prefix, the later analyzer does not need to analyze the
toll prefix again.

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In the configuration of a number analyzer entry, besides the type of the number analyzer
entry, it is required to configure the attributes of the number to be analyzed. The attributes
indicate the type of the number to be analyzed in the number analyzer entry. In the same
number analysis selector, it is not allowed to configure different number analyzer entries
for the type of the numbers to be analyzed. In other words, one number analysis selector
can only analyze one type of numbers. In the same way, if the corresponding type of
the number to be analyzed in an analyzer entry is type A, this analyzer entry can only be
associated with the number analysis of type A. For example, the calling-number analyzer
entry can only be associated with the calling-number analysis result, and the called-number
analyzer entry can only be associated with the called-number analysis result.
For the relationship among several analyzers, see Figure 1-3.

Figure 1-3 Relationships Among Several Analyzers

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1.3 Function Blocks of Number Analysis


Functionally, number analysis can be divided into multiple adjacent function blocks, which
are connected in series to form a basic procedure of number analysis. These function
blocks are regarded to be independent of each other, but the previous function blocks
are often the causes of the subsequent function blocks or impact the subsequent function
blocks. The input parameters of the subsequent function blocks are the output parameters
of the previous function blocks. The analysis results of the previous function blocks may
affect the subsequent function blocks.

Number analysis of ZXUN iCX(MSCS) is divided into the following function blocks.

Function Blocks Functions

Number adjust Adjusts a number initially, adjusting the international prefix, dialing
prefix, country code, and the area code of the number. The adjustment
policy is preset by the system.

Number pre-analysis Analyzes a number initially for the purpose of transforming or


classifying the number.

Calling-number analysis Analyze the calling number for the purpose of distribution.

First called-number analysis Analyzes the called number for the first time before the MSCS sends a
Send Information For Outgoing Call (SIFOC) request to the VLR (only
for the call origination service).

Formal called-number Analyzes the called number formally.


analysis

ERC number analysis Analyzes a number according to the RC that the subscriber subscribes
to on the HLR.

Send Information For When a call is originated, the MO analysis module checks what the
Outgoing Call (SIFOC) subscriber subscribes to on the VLR.
check

Camel service processing Analyzes intelligent services.

Second Camel SIFOC check The subscriber may change the number after the MO Camel service
is triggered. This function block rechecks the outgoing call with the
changed number being used.

Roaming-number analysis Triggers the analysis of a roaming number after the GMSC searches
the HLR for the subscriber number.

Called-number analysis Analyzes the called number.

IMSI analysis Performs analysis based on the IMSI for the purpose of distributing
called-number analysis.

Outgoing-number Adjusts the outgoing number when the local office is going to send
adjustment an IAM to another office.

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1.4 Basic Service Procedures of Number Analysis


Different function blocks can constitute different analysis procedures. The basic analysis
procedures of ZXUN iCX(MSCS) is shown as follows.

Analysis Procedures Applicable Scenarios

Common MO call A mobile station originates a call and the MSCS searches for the called
procedure party.

Emergency call MO procedure of the emergency call.


origination procedure

Trunk incoming call During an inter-office incoming call, the MSCS searches for the called
procedure party.

Call forwarding analysis When a call undergoes early forwarding or late forwarding, the MSCS
procedure searches for the called party.

Roaming analysis Analysis procedure after the GMSC obtains the roaming number.
procedure

Intelligent analysis Analysis procedure after the local office triggers the intelligent service.
procedure

MT call procedure Number display change and adjustment procedure when an L3 SETUP
message is sent to the MS after the MSCS successfully pages the called
party during an MT call.

Outgoing analysis Number analysis and adjustment procedure after the incoming side
procedure occupies the circuit of the called side successfully.

1.5 Special Service Procedures of Number Analysis


ZXUN iCX(MSCS) also supports various special service analysis procedures, which
are embedded in the basic service procedures. Such procedures include the following
procedures.

Special Procedures Applicable Scenarios

ERC number analysis A subscriber has subscribed to the ERC, and the MSCS performs routing
analysis according to the ERC during the number analysis procedure.

Hopping among Hopping among multiple called-number analysis selectors to reduce data
called-number for number analysis and to reuse the analysis data.
analysis selectors

Generic numbers (GN) Display of generic numbers in case of special routing.


setting

TOS based on RC The service based on the RC is terminated.

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Special Procedures Applicable Scenarios

CAMEL Reroute A call is rerouted in the IMSI scope after the CAMEL indicates Continue
function and Connect.

1.6 Number Attribute Analysis


ZXUN iCX(MSCS) supports analyzing number attributes in the following cases.
l Number attribute analysis can solve the case of number section overlapping. For
example, 01660 (with the attribute as UNK (Attribute unknown nature)) is a number
section for fixed subscribers in an area, while 01660 (with the attribute as NAT
(Domestic number)) is a number section including mobile numbers with MNP prefix.
In this case, the MSCS analyzes the number attribute and selects the correct route.
l When the MSCS analyzes OSB numbers, it can analyze number attributes.

1.7 Reference Specifications and Protocols


Number analysis of ZXUN iCX(MSCS) refers to the following standards:
l 3GPP TS 23.018 Basic Call Handling; Technical realization
l 3GPP TS 24.008 Mobile radio interface Layer 3 specification; Core network protocols;
Stage 3
l ITU-T Q.764 Specifications of Signaling System No. 7
l Q.1902 series protocols

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Chapter 2
Number Analysis Procedures
Table of Contents
Basic MO Call Analysis Procedure .............................................................................2-1
MO Emergency Call Analysis Procedure ..................................................................2-13
Number Analysis Procedure for Incoming Calls through Trunk .................................2-15
Roaming Number Analysis Procedure ......................................................................2-21
Forwarding Number Analysis Procedure ..................................................................2-30
Number Analysis Procedure for Outgoing Calls through Trunk .................................2-35
MT Procedure ..........................................................................................................2-40
Special Analysis Flow-ERC Number Analysis...........................................................2-43
Special Analysis Flow-HOP of Called Number Analysis Selector ..............................2-52
Special Analysis Flow- GN Number Configuration ....................................................2-54
Special Analysis Flow-ToS Based on RC..................................................................2-55
Special Analysis Flow-CAMEL Reroute Function......................................................2-56
Special Analysis Flow-Number Transformation.........................................................2-64
Special Analysis Flow- Number Attribute Analysis ....................................................2-66
Special Analysis Flow-OSB Number Attribute Analysis.............................................2-67

2.1 Basic MO Call Analysis Procedure


Overall Procedure
The analysis path of the basic MO call procedure is called-number adjustment > number
pre-analysis > first called-number analysis > SIFOC > triggering the subscriber to
subscribe to O-CSI/D-CSI > getting a special service number > ERC number analysis
> calling-IMSI analysis > calling-number analysis > formal called-number analysis.
The above analysis path is an independent procedure that is divided according to the
function blocks. For the mutually affected combined logic among function blocks, see
Figure 2-1.

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Figure 2-1 Flowchart for Function Blocks of MO Number Analysis

Called-Number Adjustment
The purpose of called-number adjustment is to automatically adjust the numbers dialed
by various MSs. Due to different implementation modes of various MSs and different
dialing modes of subscribers, in many cases, the called numbers and the attributes of the
called numbers carried in the SETUP messages received by the MSCS do no comply with
the specifications. If the MSCS implements number adjustment through number analysis
completely, lots of data need to be configured. The called-number adjustment provides
number adjustment functions with fixed combinations, which include:
l Called-number adjustment > number attribute adjustment
Rule: The attribute of the called number is NES (Network specific nature) and is
changed to UNK (Attribute unknown nature).
l Called-number adjustment > international number adjustment
Rule 1: The attribute of the called number is INT (International number), the
security variable International calling dial method is Forbid to add + before
international prefix, and the call is rejected.

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Rule 2: The attribute of the called number is INT (International number), the
format of the dialed number is + International prefix+CC, the security variable
International calling dial method is Forbid to add + before international
prefix, and the call is rejected.
Rule 3: The attribute of the called number is INT (International number), the
security variable International calling dial method is Without limiting the
international number format, and an international prefix is added.
Rule 4: The attribute of the called number is not INT (International number), the
security variable Dialed number with International prefix + local CC + national
prefix mode control is set to No, the format of the dialed number is International
prefix+local CC, and the call is rejected.

Rule 5: The security variable Whether to delete home MCC where analysis
the MSISDN is set to Yes. The format of the dialed number is International
prefix+local CC, and the international prefix and the local CC are deleted.
Rule 6: The security variable Whether to delete home MCC where analysis
the MSISDN is set to Yes, the format of the dialed number is International
prefix+local CC+national prefix, the number is not a mobile number, and the
call is rejected.

Rule 7: The security variable Whether to delete home MCC where analysis the
MSISDN is set to Yes. The security variable Dialed Number with International
Prefix+local CC Mode Control is set to Yes. The format of the dialed number
is International prefix+local CC+national prefix, the number is not a mobile
number, and the call is rejected.
Numbers meeting any of the above adjustment rules will be adjusted.

Number Pre-Analysis
Number pre-analysis is to further sort and classify numbers according to some features of
the calling number and the called number before called-number analysis.

Called-number pre-analysis is divided into international number pre-analysis and common


number pre-analysis.
For the relationship between international number pre-analysis and common number
pre-analysis, see Figure 2-2.

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Figure 2-2 Relationship Between International Number Pre-Analysis and Common


Number Pre-Analysis

International number pre-analysis has a higher priority than common number pre-analysis,
and international number pre-analysis takes effect only for international numbers. In this
way, the MSCS can use different number pre-analysis trees for the international called
numbers and the common called numbers. If international number pre-analysis takes no
effect on an international number, the international number can be further pre-analyzed by
a common number pre-analysis node as a common number.
In Figure 2-2, the parts in light blue are the number pre-analysis function. For the
processing procedure of the number pre-analysis sub-function block, see Figure 2-3.

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Figure 2-3 Processing Procedure of the Number Pre-Analysis Sub-Function Block

When it is required to pre-analyze the calling number and the called number, the original
numbers are pre-analyzed unless special remarks are given. There is only one exceptional
case that the called number needs to be transformed before being pre-analyzed again
after the called number is pre-analyzed and the analysis result is Analysis after number
transform of called number.
The number transformation selector during number pre-analysis is valid only when the
number pre-analysis result is End pre-analysis, no more analysisor Analysis after
number transform of called number. For example, after pre-analyzing the called
number, the MSCS starts to pre-analyze the calling number. If the corresponding
records are found, all number indexes are subject to the index configured in the
calling-number pre-analysis configuration, that is, all number transformation indexes in
number pre-analysis are subject to the configuration in the last record.
The functions of number transformation involved in number pre-analysis are as follows.

1. Calling/called-number transformation: The transformation is performed between


number pre-analysis and formal number analysis.
2. Calling/called-number delay transformation: The transformation is performed after
number pre-analysis and formal number analysis and when an outgoing signaling
message is going to be sent during a call.
3. Calling/called-number transformation in CDRs: The calling number and the called
number in a CDR are transformed, taking effect throughout a call.

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In addition, video calls can be restricted by number pre-analysis, but audio calls cannot be
restricted.

First Called-Number Analysis


After number pre-analysis ends, the first called number analysis needs to be performed
before a Send Information For Outgoing Call (SIFOC) request is sent. The first
called-number analysis has two purposes.
l Purpose 1: Before an SIFOC request is sent, the MSCS picks out the calls configured
with definite restrictions, and plays tones for the calls that requires tone play and
releases the calls that require to be released.
l Purpose 2: When an SIFOC request is sent, the VLR needs to check the information
of a subscriber (such as the priority of the call, whether the call is an outgoing call,
whether the call is a national toll call, and whether the call is an international toll call)
and further restricts the call according to subscription information of the subscriber.
The MSCS selects the MS-originating number analysis selector in the template of
number analysis selectors corresponding to the VMSC for the first called-number analysis
according to the VMSC corresponding to the LAI where the call is originated. If no
MS-originating number analysis selector is configured in the template of number analysis
selectors corresponding to the VMSC, the MSCS selects the MS-originating number
analysis selector configured in the globally default template of number analysis selectors.
The first called-number analysis does not support hopping among multiple called-number
analysis selectors.

SIFOC
A Send Information For Outgoing Call (SIFOC) request is sent from the MSC to the VLR.
The VLR decides whether to continue or reject the call according to the parameters in the
SIFOC request.
The SIFOC request implements the following functions.
l Obtains the VMSC index, area code, and the roaming type of the subscriber according
to the LAI and the CI.
Obtaining the above information is related to the subsequent processing of the call,
determining the performance statistic, CDR, and even the route of the call.

The VMSC index determines the VMSC where the call is originated. Therefore, in the
VMSC networking model, the related MO call configuration data of this VMSC is used
for the subsequent analysis to process the call. VMSC indexes are configured in the
cell configuration and the location area configuration. The priority of the VMSC index
configured in the cell configuration is higher than that of the VMSC index configured
in the location area configuration. The VMSC index associated with the location area
needs to be queried only when the VMSC index associated with the cell cannot be
found.

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After the VMSC index is obtained, the area code of the current access location area
needs to be obtained. The area code is helpful for judging the number attributes and
adjusting numbers. The area code is first subject to the area code configured in the
VMSC. If the VMSC is not configured with an area code, it queries the mapping table
between mobile network IDs and area codes for the global area code by taking the
MNC in the global mobile data configuration of the MSC as the index.
The roaming type of a subscriber is obtained through roaming analysis and
configuration. During the roaming analysis of the mobile subscriber, the roaming type
of the subscriber needs to be determined according to the area code and the IMSI
prefix of the subscriber. If the subscriber is not configured with such a roaming type,
the subscriber is considered to roam between local areas by default.
An SIFOC request sent from the MSC to the VLR includes the called number and
the service type obtained from the first called-number analysis result. The service
type obtained from the first called-number analysis result is used for the VLR to check
whether this call is an emergency call or a special service. The VLR only checks these
two service types instead of other service types. The VLR analyzes whether this call
is a toll call according to the called number and the area code.
During the MO call access procedure, the VMSC index, area code, and the roaming
type of the subscriber are obtained and stored in the subscriber data table, and they
can be directly used during the actual number analysis procedure.
l ODB check: BAOC, BAOIC, and BAOICEXH
ODB means that the PLMN operators determine the service capability of a subscriber
accessing the UMTS or GSM network.
OSB is a special ODB service, which is implemented by operator-defined
barring-service subscription information in the protocol. Different types of call
restriction can be implemented with different OSB services subscribed for different
subscribers.
Subscription data are checked according to the ODB that a subscriber subscribes
to. OSB/ODB is checked to determine whether a corresponding barring policy is
configured firstly according to the configuration. If the corresponding barring policy
is configured, call barring is processed according to the barring policy. Otherwise, call
barring is processed according to a default policy.
If the subscription information of the subscriber includes BAOC, the OSB configuration
read by the VLR determines whether to bar calls through the configuration. If no
barring policy is configured, BAOC is used by default. BAOC does not restrict the
service whose number analysis result is free special service of the local office, free
outgoing special service, mobile emergency service, or SSP recharging query service.
If the subscription information of the subscriber includes Barring of All Outgoing
International Calls (BAOIC), the OSB configuration read by the VLR determines
whether to bar calls through the configuration. If no corresponding barring policy
is configured, and the call is an international call, BAOIC is used to bar outgoing
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Barring of all outgoing international calls except those directed to the home PLMN
country, Barring of all outgoing international calls except those directed to the
home PLMN country AND barring of all outgoing inter-zonal calls (BAOICEXH), the
OSB configuration read by the VLR determines whether to bar calls through the
configuration. If no barring policy is configured, the call is an international call, and
the calling and called parties are located in the same PLMN, BAOICEXH is used to
bar outgoing calls.
The MSCS determines whether to bar outgoing calls for other ODB functions
according to the configured policy.
l OSB check: OSBTYPE1, OSBTYPE2, OSBTYPE3, and OSBTYPE4
For the check of barring of outgoing calls for the OSB, whether to bar outgoing calls
depends on the configuration.
l Custom supplementary-service toll-unauthorized check
For the four BITs of the OSB the subscriber subscribes to, they can be explained
according to the system configuration by following OSBTYPE1, OSBTYPE2,
OSBTYPE3, OSBTYPE4, toll-unauthorized, or barring of IP calls. Then the MSCS
checks whether an OSB barring policy is configured to further perform OSB
processing according to the barring policy.

Triggering a Subscriber Subscribing to O-CSI/D-CSI


If a subscriber has subscribed to O-CSI/D-CSI, the CAMEL service is triggered according
to the O-CSI/D-CSI the subscriber subscribed to after a call is completed. For a CAMEL
subscriber, before the CAMEL service is triggered, the ERC configuration is queried to
obtain the ERC control policy index corresponding to the call according to the RC of the
subscriber, the IMSI of the caller, location area, MCC, and MNC returned from the VLR.
If call reconnection is required as instructed by the SCP after the CAMEL service is
triggered, the reconnection routing control policy in the ERC control policy that is obtained
before CAMEL triggering is used for reconnection number analysis and transformation.
Because call reconnection may change the number, the changed number needs to be
used for the second Send Information For Outgoing Call (SIFOC) check. After the second
SIFOC check, the ERC control policy index needs to be obtained again according to the
new call information.
If call reconnection is not required but the call check passes, the MO-call routing control
policy index contained in the previously obtained ERC control policy information is directly
used for ERC number analysis.
If the call is originated by a non-CAMEL subscriber, the ERC configuration information is
queried according to the RC of the call, the IMSI of the caller, location area, MCC, and
MNC to obtain the ERC control policy index corresponding to the call. Then the MO-call
routing control policy index is used to perform the subsequent MO ERC number analysis.

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Obtaining a Special Service Number


Before MO ERC number analysis is performed, a special-service subscriber may dial a
short number. If the short number is directly used for the subsequent analysis, proximate
access of the special service cannot be implemented. Therefore, according to the number
of the special service group associated with the cell where the subscriber originates the
call, the special service group including short numbers is searched for the number of the
attendant console corresponding to the short number that the subscriber dials, and the
subsequent number analysis is performed according to the corresponding number of the
attendant console.
A special service group can be configured with at most 10 mappings between special
service numbers and attendant console numbers.

The attendant console number of a special service needs to be obtained only when the first
called-number analysis result is the free special service of the local office, free outgoing
special service, or the mobile emergency service.

ERC Number Analysis


For the number analysisselector used during ERC number analysis, if a subscriber is an
IN subscriber, the intelligent number analysis selectorthat is obtained after O-CSI/D-CSI
triggering is used to perform ERC number analysis. If the subscriber is not an IN subscriber,
the ERC configuration is queried to obtain the ERC control policy index corresponding to
the call according to the RC of the call, IMSI of the caller, location area, MCC, and the
MNC.
l If the ERC number analysis selector is invalid, the subscriber does not hope to perform
ERC number analysis at this time, and call processing directly proceeds to calling-IMSI
analysis.
l If the ERC number analysis selector is valid, the subscriber hopes to perform ERC
number analysis. If ERC number analysis fails due to the fact that the subscriber is
not configured with the corresponding data (that is, matching data of the number fails),
calling-IMSI analysis is performed after ERC number analysis fails.
l If the ERC number analysis selector is valid and the corresponding number is
found during ERC number analysis, but the number analysis result is empty or tone
playing, the subscriber hopes to directly obtain the analysis result at this time and the
subsequent analysis is not required.
l ERC number analysis only indicates that the number analysis selector is extracted
through the ERC control policy. ERC number analysis is a normal process of analyzing
the called number, and the analysis principle is the same with that of the called-
number analysis.

After ERC number analysisis completed, whether to perform subsequent analysis is


depends on the analysis result.

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Calling-IMSI Analysis
The purpose of both the calling-IMSI analysis and the calling-number analysis is to
differentiate and choose called-number analysis trees according to different calling parties
for called-number analysis. The IMSI of the calling party is selected for IMSI analysis.
In the IMSI analysis result, distribution is performed between two half-call number analysis
selectors according to a certain distribution proportion. According to the distribution
proportion, in some calls, the active half-call analysis selector is used for number analysis,
and the standby half-call analysis selector is used for number analysis in the remaining
calls. The calling IMSI analysis result can also be used for number transformation, and
number transformation takes effect immediately after IMSI analysis.
IMSI analysis precedes calling-number analysis, and has a higher priority than
calling-number analysis. The method of selecting an IMSI analysis selector is the
same with that of selecting a number analysis selector during the first called-number
analysis. According to the VMSC corresponding to the LAI where a call is originated, the
calling-IMSI analysis selector in the template of number selectors corresponding to the
VMSC is used for the IMSI analysis. If no calling- IMSI analysis selector is configured
in the template of DAS selector corresponding to the VMSC, the MS-originating number
analysis selector configured in the globally default template of DAS selector is used for
the IMSI analysis.

Calling-Number Analysis
Calling-number analysishas a lower priority than IMSI analysis. Calling-number analysis
is started in the following conditions.
l No calling-IMSI analysis selector is configured.
l The calling-IMSI analysis selector is configured, but calling-IMSI analysis fails, and no
matched data are available.
l The calling-IMSI analysis selector is configured, but no corresponding half-call
distribution selector is obtained.

The rule of obtaining the calling-number analysis selector is similar to that of obtaining the
calling-IMSI analysis selector. According to the VMSC corresponding to the LAI where a
call is originated, the calling-number analysis selector in the template of number selectors
corresponding to the VMSC is used for calling-number analysis. If no calling-number
analysis selector is configured in the template of number selectors corresponding to
the VMSC, the MS-originating number analysis selector configured in the global default
template of number selectors is used for calling-number analysis.

Similar to the purpose of IMSI analysis, the purpose of calling-number analysis is


to distribute half-call number analysis according to a certain proportion. During
calling-number analysis, the MSCS determines to select which distribution selector
according to the RC the subscribers subscribes to. If no distribution selector of RC is
configured, the MSCS obtains a distribution selector according to a certain proportion.
Calling-number analysis is also capable of immediate number transformation and delay
number transformation.

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During an MO call procedure, three categories are available, including Calling Party
Category, inner-VLR Category, and Routing Category.
l Calling Party Category [1-255] comes from the Category parameter of subscriber
data insertion in the HLR. The Connect message of the SCP also carries a Category
parameter that covers the original Category parameter. The CallingPartyCatagory in
an IAM message during an outgoing call also comes from the Category parameter.
l Coming from the Routing Category parameter of subscriber data insertion in the HLR,
Routing Category [1-255] is a custom parameter used for the RC in ERC number
analysis.
l Inner-VLR Category [1-5]: Based on the corresponding relationship configured in
Service Configuration > VLR Configuration > VLR Supported Service Type
Configuration, the VLR coverts Calling Party Category or Routing Category
(according to the settings of security variables) to the inner-VLR Category, which
plays a distribution role during calling-number analysis.

During calling-number analysis, in addition to the distribution on half-call number analysis,


some special services can be triggered according to calling number analysis. The following
two special services can be triggered.
l Independent SSP outgoing query service: If the calling-number analysis result is this
service, the call is routed out of the local office directly, and the calling-number analysis
result 1 stores the outgoing route chain.
l If the calling-number analysis result is OVMO: (OVERLAY MO-Triggered CAMEL
Service), MO Overlay is triggered, the control connection to the SCP is set up to
trigger the IN service. The IN subscription index of the triggered IN service is obtained
from the calling-number analysis result 2. If MO Overlay needs to be triggered, the
number analysis procedure goes to the place where the calling IN service is triggered
after a Send Information For Outgoing Call (SIFOC) request, and then subsequent
analysis is performed. After the subsequent analysis procedure re-triggers calling
number analysis, the system records that Overlay has been triggered for one time,
and no second Overlay is triggered, thus avoiding a closed loop.

Formal Called-Number Analysis


Formal called-number analysis is preceded by calling-number analysis. The purpose
of formal called-number analysis is the same with that of the previous called-number
analysis in ERC number analysis, namely, to obtain routing information of the call through
called-number analysis.
However, compared with the previous called number analysis in ERC number analysis,
formal called number analysis boasts more flexible method of obtaining the number
analysis selector. The number analysis selector of formal called number analysis
comes from the distribution selector that is obtained from calling-IMSI analysis and
calling-number analysis. There are also other rules that are more flexible for obtaining
the called-number analysis selector. The rule of obtaining the called number analysis
selector in ERC number analysis is to perform number analysis according to the routing
control selector associated with the MO routing control policy in the ERC control policy.

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Figure 2-4 Formal Called-Number Analysis

As shown in Figure 2-4, before formal called number analysis, the number analysis
selectorcan be selected flexibly according to many factors. The selection is affected by
the following factors which are listed by priority:

l Called-number analysis selector obtained from the calling-IMSI analysis distribution


l Called-number analysis selector obtained from the calling-number analysis
distribution
l Called-number analysis selector obtained from supplementary-service number
analysis
l Called-number analysis selector obtained from IN-subscriber number analysis
l Number analysis selector obtained from query of cells and location areas

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l MS-originating number analysis selector in the template of number analysis selectors


corresponding to the local VMSC
l MS-originating number analysis selector in the global template of number analysis
selectors
Formal called-number analysis is capable of immediate number transformation and
delay number transformation, and also supports hopping among called-number analysis
selectors. If the called-number analysis selector obtained according to the above steps
is associated with another called-number analysis selector in the analysis result, after the
number is transformed according to the called-number analysis result, the subsequent
called-number analysis selector uses the transformed number for the next called-number
analysis.
The result of the formal called-number analysis includes the following possibilities:
l SSP (SSP charging and querying service)/OVMO (Overlay: MO triggered CAMEL
service), triggering the calling IN service
l OVMT (Overlay: MT triggered CAMEL service), triggering the called IN service
l MSCO (MSC common service_G), triggering the SRI/PRN route query procedure
l An outgoing service, triggering the procedure of selecting an outgoing circuit

Called-Number Display Transformation Procedure During MO Calls


After receiving a Connect message, the originating office displays the Connect number in
the Connect message on the calling MS. The displayed number also can be transformed.
The specific configuration path is Number Configuration > Number Transform > Calling
Number Display Correlative Called Number.
Called-number display transformation is similar to calling-number display transformation.
The MSCS adjusts the number based on number types, and selects the number
transformation selector based on the configuration. After analyzing numbers, the MSCS
perform specific transformation for specific numbers.

2.2 MO Emergency Call Analysis Procedure


Overview
The MO emergency call analysis procedure is simple. The number analysis procedure of
an emergency call includes the following function blocks.

Obtaining the Number of an Emergency Call Center


EmergencySetup carries only information of a service type instead of an accurate number.
The information of the service type includes only the following information:
l Police
l Ambulance
l Fire
l Marine

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l Mountain Rescue
To route an emergency call out of the office, the emergency call type must be translated to
the corresponding number. In the emergency-call-center number configuration, you can
configure the relationship between the emergency call type and the emergency-call-center
number.
This function block is to translate the emergency call service type to the corresponding
number.

Number Pre-analysis
Different from common call number pre-analysis, emergency call number pre-analysis
does not have the international number pre-analysis node.
Emergency call number pre-analysis is equivalent to the common number pre-analysis
procedure only included in the basic MO call analysis procedure. The method of obtaining
the number analysis selector is the same with that of obtaining the number analysis selector
of the common number pre-analysis in the basic MO call analysis procedure. For the
number pre-analysis procedure for an emergency call, see Figure 2-5.

Figure 2-5 Number Pre-analysis for an Emergency Call

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SIFOC
The Send Information For Outgoing Call (SIFOC) request for an emergency call is not
controlled. For an emergency call, you can configure it with a higher priority in resource
utilization according to the call type. An emergency call may not have a calling number,
and thus no subscription data of the subscriber can be obtained from the VLR in this case.
The VLR, however, does not reject the emergency call.

Formal Called-Number Analysis


Compared with the method of obtaining the number analysis selector in the common basic
MO call analysis procedure, the method of obtaining the number analysis selector of formal
called-number analysis of an emergency call is simpler.
l Number analysis selector obtained from query of cells and location areas
l MS-originating number analysis selector in the number analysis selector template
corresponding to the VMSC
The number analysis selector of the emergency call is irrelevant to the information of the
calling party, but the number analysis selector can be obtained according to the cell and
location area where the call is originated, or the MS-originating number analysis selector
can be selected according to the number analysis selector template.

2.3 Number Analysis Procedure for Incoming Calls


through Trunk
Overall Procedure
The purpose of number analysis for an incoming call through trunks is to analyze the calling
and called numbers and the incoming trunk group, and to decide how to subsequently
process the call. Number analysis for an incoming call through trunk is applicable to
tandem offices, gateway offices, and end offices.
l When applied in a tandem office, number analysis for an incoming call through trunk
needs to be performed to determine which outgoing trunk group the call should be
routed.
l When applied in a gateway office, number analysis for an incoming call through trunk
needs to be performed to determine whether to subsequently initiate a route query
service to the called party, or to obtain the result whether the calling party or the called
party triggers the overlay service.
l When applied in an end office, number analysis for an incoming call through trunk
needs to be performed to determine whether to reroute the call or directly page the
called party, or the number analysis result shows that the number of the current call
is an incoming handover number.
However, number analysis for an incoming call through trunk is not restricted to the above
applicable scenarios. For the number analysis procedure for incoming calls through trunk,
see Figure 2-6.

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Figure 2-6 Number Analysis for an Incoming Call Through Trunk

Getting the Area Code and the VMSC Index from the Trunk
The area code and the VMSC index are helpful for judging the number attributes of a call
and call attributes, and adjusting numbers. Therefore, before formal call analysis, the area
code and the VMSC index must be obtain first in the following sequence.
1. Get the area code configured in the VMSC associated with the trunk group.
2. Get the area code configured in the VMSC associated with the adjacent office if failing
to get the area code configured in the VMSC associated with the trunk group.
3. Get the area code configured in the adjacent office if failing to get the area code
configured in the VMSC associated with the adjacent office.
4. If no area code is configured in the adjacent office corresponding to the trunk group,
get the network number configured in the adjacent office, and query the corresponding
area code configuration according to the network number. The network number and
area code configuration are from the signaling point configuration of the local office.

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When the local-office signaling point is in the same network with the peer-office
signaling point, get the area code configured in the local-office signaling point.

Incoming Super CLIP Setting Policy


The incoming super CLIP setting policy is a flexible method for calling number
transformation. Super CLIP has some functions that common CLIP do not have. The
main functions are described as follows:
l The super CLIP setting policy is configured on incoming trunk groups. Incoming calls
use this policy for flexible calling number transformation.
l Each super CLIP setting policy consists of a filter policy and a transformation policy.
At first, use the filter policy to find out the calling number that matches filter conditions,
and then use the transformation policy to transform the calling number. A filter policy
can have three filter conditions. All filter conditions must be matched at same time.
The transformation policy contains a super calling number transformation index and an
in-to-out office variable for calling number transformation. The super calling number
transformation index is used to transform the calling number flexibly. The In-to-out
office variable for calling number transformation is set at the incoming part, and used
at the outgoing part as a filter condition.
l There are five types of filter policies
Number attribute filter policy: If the current attribute of the calling number is
consistent with the configured number attribute, the filter policy is matched.
Number length filter policy: If current length of the calling number is in the
configured number length range, the filter policy is matched.
Number key filter policy: Get the number key of the calling number by number
key analysis with the number key analysis selector. Then, compare the number
key with the configured number key by following the number key filter policy. If
the two number keys are the same, the filter policy is matched.
In-to-out office variable filter policy: This policy is only used at the outgoing part,
because this variable is set at the incoming part while the incoming super CLIP
set policy is being performed, and transferred to the outgoing part. 0 is transferred
to the outgoing part, if this variable is not set at the incoming part.

Sub-number filter policy: Get the relationship between the current calling number
and the configured sub-number range (in or not in range). If the relationship is
the same with the configured expected result in the sub-number filter policy, the
filter policy is matched.

l One super CLIP index can have many super CLIP setting policies. Each policy has
itself priority. The policy with higher priority will be performed first. If the policy with
higher priority has be performed and matched, no policy with lower priority will be
performed.

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Immediate Transformation of Calling/Called Numbers


Immediate transformation of calling/called numbers belongs to the range of incoming
number adjustment. The calling/called number transformation selection indexes can be
configured on the trunk. After the trunk receives an IAM, number transformation takes
affect. Here, the number transformation has impact on the CDR and the subsequent
number analysis.

Calling/Called-Number Adjustment
Calling-number adjustment includes the following functions:
l Local calling number + Area code, controlled by the trunk flag LOCPFX (Local Calling
Number Add Area Code)
l National calling number + National toll prefix, controlled by the trunk flag CLRPFX
(Calling Number Add Prefix)
l International calling number + International toll prefix, controlled by the trunk flag
CLRPFX (Calling Number Add Prefix)

Called-number adjustment includes the following functions:


l Called number + Dialing prefix, controlled by the trunk flag AddPRX ((Incoming) Add
Dial Prefix Before the Called Number)
l Called number - the domestic CC, controlled by the trunk flag DELPRX ((Incoming)
The Called Number Delete Country Code and Prefix), with the corresponding rules
as follows:
Rule 1: If the number has no international prefix, it is returned without change.
Rule 2: If the number is not a national number, it is returned without change.
Rule 3: If the number is a national mobile number, the international prefix and the
CC are deleted to make the number become a national number.
Rule 4: If the number is a national non-mobile number, the international prefix and
the CC are deleted and the national prefix is added to make the number become
a national number.

Calling-number adjustment is required when operators uniformly customize specifications


of inter-network number transfer, and is helpful for number standardization.

Number Pre-analysis
Same with the number pre-analysis in the MO call analysis procedure, for the number
pre-analysis for an incoming call through trunk, see Figure 2-7.

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Figure 2-7 Number Pre-Analysis for an Incoming Call Through Trunk

The number pre-analysis for an incoming call through trunk differs from the number
pre-analysis in the MO call analysis procedure in the following aspects:
l The number pre-analysis for an incoming call through trunk covers only common
numbers instead of international numbers.
l The number pre-analysis selector for an incoming call through trunk comes from the
number pre-analysis selector configured in the trunk group, instead of coming from
the number analysis selector template.

In addition, video calls can be restricted by number pre-analysis, but audio calls cannot be
restricted.

Redirected-Number Analysis
The redirected-number analysis of the number analysis procedure for an incoming call
through trunks is performed on the redirected number or the original called number. For a
forwarded call, a number analysis selector and the type of this number analysis selector
will be got from Incoming Number Analysis Process Index in the trunk configuration. If
the number analysis selector type is for Calling-number Analysis or for Called-number
Analysis, use the number analysis selector to perform the corresponding number analysis
procedure (Calling-number Analysis or Called-number Analysis Procedure mentioned in
the following sections). If the number analysis selector type is for Redirected-number
Analysis, use the number analysis selector to analyze the redirected number or the original
called number. A new number analysis selector and the type of this selector will be got
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performed. Then continue the number analysis procedure with the new number analysis
selector type again. To prevent circular procedure, the number analysis selector type as
for redirected-number Analysis only can be used twice at most.

Figure 2-8 Redirected-Number Analysis

Calling-Number Analysis
The calling-number analysis of the number analysis procedure for an incoming call through
trunk is performed only on the calling number. Because other information of the calling
party such as the IMSI cannot be obtained during the number analysis for the incoming
call through trunk, the subscription data of the calling party cannot be analyzed.
The purpose of calling-number analysis is to implement called-number distribution.
Calling-number analysis is performed to distribute half-call number analysis according to
a certain proportion. Calling number analysis can also be capable of immediate number
transformation and delay number transformation.
For forwarded incoming calls, the MSCS can configure the redirected number or the
original called number to the calling number.

Called-Number Analysis
If a distribution selector is obtained during calling-number analysis, the distribution selector
is used to perform called-number analysis. If no distribution selector is configured for or
obtained during calling number analysis, the number analysis selector configured in the
trunk group is used to perform number analysis.
The called number analysis for an incoming call through trunk is the same with that for an
MO call in the analysis process and the analysis rule.

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Bearer type analysis is a part of called-number analysis. Every called-number analysis


result is associated with five bearer analysis results. Only one bearer analysis result can
be chosen as the final result according to current corresponding service type. ZXUN
iCX(MSCS) has five service types that are Digital Video, Analog Video, Digital Data,
Analog Data, and Fax. If the current service is a Fax call, ZXUN iCX(MSCS) will chose
the result configured with the Fax bearer type.

Number Type Analysis


If the result of called number analysis is vacant number, and the configuration (Service
Control Variable > The framework of MGW in a MSCServer is set to Connected to
each other in pairs) allows subsequent analysis, number type analysis is started. If
the result of called number analysis is MSLL (MSC local and current office service
(roaming number)), number type analysis needs to be performed to further decide to
process the number as the MSRN or the Mobile Subscriber Handover Number (MSHN),
and to determine whether the MSCS pages the called party or continues to process the
call according to the incoming handover procedure.
l If number type analysis shows that the current number type is MSRN, the MSCS
directly pages the called party associated with the MSRN.
l If number type analysis shows that the current number type is MSHN, the number
of the current call is an incoming handover number, and the subsequent analysis
procedure of handover is triggered.
l If the number type is neither MSRN nor MSHN, and no called-number analysis result
is obtained, it is considered that no corresponding called number is configured, and
the call fails.
Whether the called number is a MSRN or MSHN depends on Roaming Number Prefix
configured in Service Configuration > VLR Configuration > MSRN Prefix and VMSC
Mapping Configuration of the local office. The MSRN load configuration decides whether
the specific number is in the MSRN section or in the MSHN section.

2.4 Roaming Number Analysis Procedure


Application Scene
The roaming number analysis procedure is not triggered separately, and is triggered in the
following scenes:
l During a local originated-call procedure, if the number analysis result is the MSCO
(MSC common service_G)/IPMO (IP mobile service), the route query procedure
needs to be triggered.
l During an incoming-call procedure, if the number analysis result is the MSCO (MSC
common service_G)/IPMO (IP mobile service) service, the route query procedure
needs to be triggered.

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l During a call-forwarding procedure, if the number analysis result is the MSCO (MSC
common service_G)/IPMO (IP mobile service) service, the route query procedure
needs to be triggered.
l During a local originated-call procedure or an incoming-call procedure, if the number
analysis result is the OVMT (Overlay: MT triggered CAMEL service) service, the
roaming number analysis process needs to be triggered to realize the Overlay_MT
number analysis.
Roaming number analysis includes the procedure of querying the route information of
the called subscriber through SRI/PRN. For the roaming number analysis procedure, see
Figure 2-9.

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Figure 2-9 Roaming Number Analysis Procedure

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Called Number Delay Transformation


The roaming number analysis procedure cannot be triggered separately, so it must
be triggered by other procedures. Before the roaming number analysis procedure is
triggered, number analysis must be performed in the procedure that triggers this roaming
procedure. During number analysis, the delay transformation may be configured.
The delay transformation takes effect before the route request is sent. This delay
transformation may be used to delete the prefix of some dialed numbers of the subscribers
to avoid the failure of the routing request. If the call service type is IPMO (IP mobile
service), the prefix of the dialed number deleted here will be added during roaming
number analysis. The called delay-number-transformation selector obtained from
previous analysis will be replaced by the called delay number-transform-selector obtained
from subsequent analysis. The calling-number delay transformation selector is neither
modified nor used during roaming analysis, and is completely transparently transmitted.

Getting Camel Subscriber Information


During roaming number analysis, one important function is to trigger T-CSI. The Camel
subscription information of the called subscriber must be obtained before the routing query
procedure is triggered. If the roaming analysis procedure is triggered by the Overlay_MT
service, the previous number analysis result 2 carries a CAMEL IN subscription index.
During roaming number analysis, the CAMEL IN subscription index is required to query
the CSI table to extract the corresponding information required for triggering the intelligent
service.

Applying for Route and Getting ERC Information


Route query process is performed during roaming number analysis at this time. After
a route query response is returned, Camel is triggered by using T-CSI that the called
subscriber subscribes to according to the route query response. At the same time, the
system obtains the ERC control policy information of the called subscriber according to the
route query result. For the Overlay_MT service, this step is not performed. Because the
Overlay_MT service only uses roaming number analysis to trigger the CAMEL intelligent
service and performs subsequent analysis.

Triggering CAMEL Intelligent Service


The IN service is triggered during roaming number analysis according to the Camel
information obtained from T-CSI or Overlay_MT service number analysis.

Reconnection Analysis
After the IN service is triggered, if call reconnection is required as instructed by the SCP,
the call-forwarding analysis procedure is triggered for forward analysis.

SCP Uabort
When the IN service is triggered, the call is released by default if the SCP sends a Uabort
message. However, the ERC provides a special function. When this case occurs, if

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the rerouting processing mode configured in the corresponding routing control policy
is configured with a record whose call release cause is 258, subsequent ERC number
analysis is performed on the call according to the reroute DAS in the configured record.
For a roaming number analysis procedure, the ERC number analysis result must be an
outgoing service.

Early Call-forwarding Analysis


If the HLR returns a forwarded-to number, forwarded-to number analysis needs to be
triggered. Forwarded-to number analysis is completed by the call-forwarding analysis
procedure triggered by roaming number analysis.

Called Number Pre-analysis Delay Transformation


Number pre-analysis may be already performed in the roaming analysis triggering
procedure, and a number pre-analysis delay selector may be configured. After the route
query response is obtained, the number pre-analysis delay transformation takes effect.

Add an IP Prefix to IPMO


For the IPMO (IP mobile service), the IP prefix that is deleted at the beginning of number
delay transformation will be added before the roaming number after the route query
response is obtained. In this way, the IP prefix is still available when the call is routed out.
The processing is specific for the IPMO (IP mobile service).

ERC Number Analysis


During ERC number analysis, the routing control DAS selector in the MT routing control
policy in the obtained ERC control policy is used for called number analysis.
If the call service type is Overlay_MT during roaming number analysis, the ERC control
policy is not obtained again because the route query is not required. In this case, the ERC
control policy is that gotten from an originating procedure, an incoming analysis flow or a
call-forwarding analysis flow that triggers this roaming analysis flow.
Three possible ERC number analysis results are as follows:
l The number analysis result is obtained directly, the subsequent analysis such as
number transformation is performed according to this analysis result.
l If the relevant item is configured and the call failure is determined, the call is processed
as a failed one.
l If the relevant item is not configured, number analysis must be performed again.
Another possibility is that the user has not configured an ERC control policy. This
case is equivalent to the failure of finding the corresponding ERC configuration.

Formal Roaming Number Analysis


Preferably, a specified roaming analysis selector obtained in the procedure for triggering
roaming number analysis is used as the roaming number selector. If a roaming number
analysis selector is obtained in the roaming analysis triggering procedure, this roaming

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number analysis selector has a higher priority than the ERC number analysis selector.
No ERC analysis is performed even if the ERC is configured and this roaming number
analysis selector is used for formal roaming number analysis. In addition, this selector
also has a higher priority than the MSRN flow analysis selector. MSRN flow analysis will
not be performed if this selector is valid. The roaming number analysis selector can be
obtained in the procedure for triggering roaming number analysis in the following cases:
l A roaming number analysis selector is specified in the forwarding distribution of the
call-forwarding analysis and used for roaming analysis in the subsequent procedure
for triggering roaming number analysis.
l A roaming number analysis selector configured on the trunk is obtained in the trunk
incoming procedure, and used for roaming number analysis in the subsequent
procedure for triggering roaming number analysis.
If no analysis selector is obtained, the roaming number analysis selector configured in
the template of number analysis selectors corresponding to the VMSC is used for formal
roaming number analysis first. If no roaming number analysis selector is configured in the
template of number analysis selectors corresponding to the VMSC, the roaming number
analysis selector configured in the template of the global number analysis selector is used
for formal roaming number analysis.

When the roaming number is analyzed completely, the number transformation and the
number analysis selector Hop are followed.
The called number analysis results are associated with the bearer number analysis results
with five types of bearers. The RouteByBc function is to select a bearer number analysis
result of the corresponding service type as the current call analysis result according to the
current service type during number analysis.

MNP Call Judgment Analysis


A number returned with an SRI ACK message can be either an MSRN or an MNP number.
The MSRN and the MNP number have different number analysis selectors. A number
analysis selector corresponding to the MSRN is used to analyze the MSRN, and another
number analysis selector corresponding to MNP is used to analyze the MNP number.
Therefore, it is necessary to judge whether a number is an MSRN or an MNP number
before number analysis. The MNP judgment analysis selector is used to analyze the
number returned with an SRI ACK message. If the analysis result indicates the current
service is a MNP call, the call will be treat as a MNP call. However, if the current service can
not be judged with number analysis, continue to look for parameter number port status
in the SRI ACK message. If the parameter exists, no matter what contents are contained
in the parameter, the call will be treat as a MNP call.

MSRN Flow Analysis


First, obtain an MSRN flow analysis index from the template of number analysis selectors
corresponding to the VMSC. If this index is not configured, the MSRN flow analysis index
configured in the template of the global number analysis selector is used.

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A DAS and the type (DAS Type) of this number analysis selector will be obtained
according to the MSRN flow analysis index. The analysis procedure will be different
if call forwarding happens. If call forwarding happens, redirected-IMSI analysis and
redirected-number analysis can also be performed. Different analysis procedures will
be performed according to different DAS types, including redirected-IMSI analysis,
redirected-number analysis, caller-IMSI analysis, caller-number analysis and called-IMSI
analysis. Each Analysis result can enable immediate transformation of calling/called
numbers and get a new DAS and the type of this DAS. If DAS type is called number
analysis selector, the MSRN flow analysis is ended and formal roaming number analysis
will be performed. Otherwise, MSRN flow analysis will continue according to the DAS
Type. To prevent circular procedure, MSRN flow analysis only can be performed for five
times at most.
If the roaming analysis selector obtained, no MSRN flow analysis will be performed, while
formal roaming number analysis will be performed directly.
For the MSRN flow analysis procedure, see Figure 2-10.

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Figure 2-10 MSRN Flow Analysis Procedure

MNP Flow Analysis


MNP flow analysis is just like MSRN flow analysis. The differences are that the MNP flow
analysis index would be obtained instead of the MSRN flow analysis index for MNP calls,
and that the formal MNP number analysis procedure will be performed after MNP flow
analysis.
Obtain the MNP flow analysis Index from the template of number analysis selectors
corresponding to the VMSC. If this index is not configured, the MNP flow analysis index
configured in the template of the global number analysis selector is used.
A DAS and the type (DAS Type) of this number analysis selector will be obtained according
to the MNP flow analysis Index. The analysis procedure will be different if call forwarding

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happens. If call forwarding happens, redirected-IMSI analysis and redirected-number


analysis can also be performed. Different analysis procedures will be performed according
to different DAS types, including redirected-IMSI analysis, redirected-number analysis,
caller-IMSI analysis, caller-number analysis and called-IMSI analysis. Each Analysis
result can enable immediate transformation of calling/called numbers and get a new DAS
and the type of this DAS. If DAS type is called number analysis selector, the MNP flow
analysis is ended and formal MNP number analysis will be performed. Otherwise, MNP
flow analysis will continue according to the DAS Type. To prevent circular procedure,
MNP flow analysis only can be performed for five times at most.
If the MNP analysis selector obtained, no MNP flow analysis will be performed, while formal
MNP number analysis will be performed directly.

Formal MNP Number Analysis


Just like formal roaming number analysis, formal MNP number analysis only uses a
different analysis selector.
Preferably, a specified MNP analysis selector obtained in the procedure for triggering MNP
number analysis is used as the MNP number selector. If a MNP number analysis selector
is obtained in the MNP analysis triggering procedure, this MNP number analysis selector
has a higher priority than the ERC number analysis selector. No ERC analysis is performed
even if the ERC is configured and this MNP number analysis selector is used for formal
MNP number analysis. In addition, this selector also has a higher priority than the MNP
flow analysis selector. MNP flow analysis will not be performed if this selector is valid.
The MNP number analysis selector can be obtained in the procedure for triggering MNP
number analysis in the following cases:
l An MNP number analysis selector is specified in the forwarding distribution of the
call-forwarding analysis and used for MNP analysis in the subsequent procedure for
triggering MNP number analysis.
l An MNP number analysis selector configured on the trunk is obtained in the trunk
incoming procedure, and used for MNP number analysis in the subsequent procedure
for triggering MNP number analysis.

If no analysis selector is obtained, the MNP number analysis selector configured in the
template of number analysis selectors corresponding to the VMSC is used for formal MNP
number analysis first. If no MNP number analysis selector is configured in the template of
number analysis selectors corresponding to the VMSC, the MNP number analysis selector
configured in the template of the global number analysis selector is used for formal MNP
number analysis.

When the MNP number is analyzed completely, the number transformation and the number
analysis selector Hop are followed.
The called number analysis results are associated with the bearer number analysis results
with five types of bearers. The RouteByBc function is to select a bearer number analysis
result of the corresponding service type as the current call analysis result according to the
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2.5 Forwarding Number Analysis Procedure


General Procedure
Call-forwarding analysis is an analysis procedure that follows after the called subscriber
triggers the call-forwarding service. Before the call-forwarding analysis, the roaming
analysis procedure and the MT procedure may be performed.
Call-forwarding analysis is triggered in the following scenes:
l The call-forwarding analysis procedure follows after the HLR returns a forwarded-to
number during a roaming analysis. Various numbers, parameters, subscriber
subscription information in the previous roaming analysis procedure will be inherited
by the forward analysis procedure for analyzing various numbers.
l After MT analysis is performed on the called number in the MT procedure, the
call-forwarding analysis procedure is triggered according to the actual call status and
subscription information of the called subscriber. For example, when the subscriber
has subscribed to the CFB service and the MT called subscriber is in busy status, the
MT call will trigger the CFB procedure. In the same way, the subscription information
of the called subscriber B, the calling number and the called number extracted from
the MT procedure are also inherited by the call-forwarding analysis procedure for the
call-forwarding analysis. The call-forwarding analysis flow is equivalent to the case
in which subscriber B re-originates a call. However, the called number does not need
to be analyzed twice in the forwarding procedure.
l When T-CSI or VT-CSI is triggered in a roaming number analysis procedure or an MT
procedure, the reconnection occurs, which triggers the MCF to perform reconnection
number analysis.
l The incoming analysis procedure or the MO analysis procedure shows that the call
service type is MO Overlay or MSC_IN, and the calling IN service is triggered. The IN
CAMEL subscription information is determined by the previous analysis result.
For the call-forwarding analysis procedure, see Figure 2-11.

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Figure 2-11 Call-forwarding Analysis Procedure

Obtaining ERC Information According to Call Information


The block of obtaining ERC information is very complex. The ERC information can be
divided according to the following levels: Extended routing category > ERC control
policy > routing control policy > Re-routing method. For call-forwarding analysis,
this procedure cannot be triggered separately. Other processing must be performed
before this procedure is triggered, and some ERC control information is obtained from
the previous processing procedures. In this step, the configured routing control policy
index is extracted from the ERC control policy index that is obtained from the previous
procedure, and used for subsequent number analysis and route processing. The routing
control policy configured in the ERC is classified into two types:

l Ordinary routing control policy index, which can be further classified into MO, MT and
forwarding routing control policy.
l Reconnection routing control policy index, which can be further classified into MO, MT
and forwarding routing control policy.

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In addition to early forwarding of the gateway office and delay forwarding of the end office,
the call-forwarding analysis procedure is also involved in the following two scenes for
reconnection number analysis: the SCP sends a ReConnect message when the gateway
office triggers the T-CSI service, and the SCP sends a ReConnect message when the end
office triggers a VT-CSI service.
For a call-forwarding analysis procedure triggered by a normal early or delay forwarding,
the ordinary routing control policy is used. For the call-forwarding analysis procedure
that the SCP sends a ReConnect message after the T-CSI/VT-CSI is triggered, the
reconnection routing control policy is used.
The procedure that the SCP sends a ReConnect message after the O-CSI is triggered
is included in the MO analysis procedure, and therefore no call-forwarding analysis
procedure is re-triggered. Likewise, if the call-forwarding analysis procedure is started, and
the reconnection occurs during O-CSI triggering, no call-forwarding analysis procedure is
re-triggered, because reconnection analysis is completed in this call-forwarding analysis
procedure.

Trigger Calling IN Service


In the forwarding analysis procedure, O-CSI of subscriber B is extracted to trigger the
calling IN service. The procedure of triggering the calling IN service is completely the
same as that in the MO analysis. The subsequent analysis procedure has two possible
branches according to whether ERC information is configured: It proceeds to ERC analysis
procedure if the ERC information is configured. Otherwise, it proceeds to an ordinary
analysis procedure when no ERC information is configured.

ERC Analysis Procedure> Obtaining ERC Control Policy Information Again


In this procedure, ERC control information related to this call must have been configured.
At this time, if reconnection occurs when the MCF triggers O-CSI, the ERC control policy
information will be corrected, and reconnection routing control policy information in the
ERC control policy information will be obtained again for subsequent call analysis. In no
Camel reconnection occurs, the information will no longer be obtained again.

ERC Analysis Procedure> Adding ERC Forwarding Prefix


In the routing control information, there is a forwarding prefix index, in which different
forwarding types correspond to a special number prefix. In this way when a forwarding
call is out, a series of feature services can be implemented through this special prefix. If
this forwarding prefix is not configured, the called number cannot be rewritten.

ERC Analysis Procedure> SCP Uabort


If the SCP sends a Uabort message when O-CSI is triggered in the call-forwarding
analysis procedure, the call should be released. However, the ERC provides a special
function. When this case occurs, if the rerouting processing mode configured in the
corresponding routing control policy is configured with a record whose call release cause

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is 258, subsequent ERC number analysis is performed on the call according to the
configured record.
ERC number analysis includes number pre-analysis and formal ERC called number
analysis.
For number pre-analysis, refer to Forwarded-to Number Pre-analysis.
The ERC number analysis selector is the reroute DAS obtained from the configured reroute
processing mode, and then the DAS selector is used to perform the called number analysis.

Forwarded-to Number Pre-analysis


The number pre-analysisselector in the template of DAS selector corresponding to the
VMSC of current called subscriber B is used for forwarding number pre-analysis. The
number pre-analysis selector is also categorized into two types:
l Ordinary route pre-analysis selector
l Reconnection number pre-analysis selector
If the current call-forwarding analysis procedure is triggered by reconnection, or
O-CSI reconnection is triggered in the call-forwarding analysis procedure, the number
pre-analysis selector used in this case is a reconnection number pre-analysis selector.
Otherwise, an ordinary number pre-analysis selector is used.
In addition, video calls can be restricted by number pre-analysis, but audio calls cannot be
restricted.

ERC Analysis Procedure> Non-SCP Uabort Analysis Procedure


If an ERC control policy index is configured, this is not a case in which the Camel
intelligent service is triggered and the SCP returns a Uabort message, the routing control
DAS is extracted from the ERC routing control policy index for ERC called number
analysis. This analysis procedure also includes a forwarded-to number pre-analysis.
After the pre-analysis is completed, the ERC called number analysis is performed.
If the ERC called number analysis fails, that is, if the relevant configuration data is not
found, it is necessary to extract re-routing processing mode index from the routing control
policy, query for the configured reroute processing mode according to the call release
cause value 257, and extract the reroute DAS selector to analyze the called number again.

Non-ERC Analysis Procedure> Intelligent Reconnection Analysis Procedure


In the case of no ERC configuration, if intelligent reconnection occurs, the intelligent
reconnection analysis procedure is triggered for reconnection analysis

In this case, reconnection number pre-analysis is performed first, and the used number
pre-analysis selector is a reconnection number pre-analysis selector.
Then formal forwarded-to number analysis is performed, and the reconnection number
analysis selector in the template of DAS selector associated with the VMSC of subscriber
B is used for the analysis. If no reconnection number analysis selector is configured, the

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forwarded-to number analysis selector in the template of DAS selector is used for the
analysis.

Non-ERC Analysis Procedure> Non-Reconnection Analysis Procedure


It is also a common scene in which there is no ERC configuration and no intelligent
reconnection. In this scene, number analysis is performed in this order: forwarding
IMSI number analysis, IP prefix analysis and overlay number analysis. If the preceding
analysis does not meet the requirement, forwarded-to number pre-analysis and formal
forwarded-to number analysis are performed.

Forwarding IMSI Number Analysis


Forwarding IMSI number analysis is to analyze the IMSI of subscriber B when the call
service type is not Overlay or SC_IN. The IMSI number analysis selector configured in
the template of DAS selector associated with the VMSC of subscriber B is used for the
analysis. If no IMSI analysis selector is configured in the template of DAS associated with
the VMSC, the IMSI analysis selector configured in the global template of DAS selector is
used for the analysis.

IP Prefix Number Analysis


If the forwarding IMSI number analysis fails (the condition does not met or the analysis
produces no result), the analysis proceeds to the IP prefix number analysis procedure. IP
prefix number analysis is used to analyze the called number with the call service type as
Overlay_MO. The IP number analysis selector configured in the template of DAS selector
associated with the VMSC of subscriber B is used for this analysis. If no such selector
is configured in the template of DAS associated with the VMSC, the IP number analysis
selector configured in the template of the global number analysis selector is used for this
analysis.

Overlay Number Analysis


Overlay number analysis is designed for a forwarding procedure which is triggered when
the call service type of an incoming number or an originated number is the Overlay service.
Overlay number analysis is intended to perform certain special processing for the number
with the call service type as Overlay and then analyze the called number. The originating
number analysis selector in the template of the DAS associated with the current VMSC is
used for the analysis first. If no such selector is configured, the originating number analysis
selector in the template of the global number analysis selector is used for this analysis.

Normal Forwarded-to Number Analysis


If the call service type is neither the overlay service, nor the IP prefix service, but
the ordinary call-forwarding service, forwarded-to number pre-analysis is performed
first, then forwarding distribution, and then formal forwarded-to number analysis. The
forwarded-to number analysis selector configured in the forwarding distribution is used for
the forwarded-to number analysis first. If no such selector is configured in the forwarding

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distribution, the forwarded-to number analysis selector in the template of the DAS
associated with the VMSC is used for the analysis. If still no such selector is configured,
the forwarded-to number analysis selector in the template of global number analysis
selector is used for the analysis.

Forwarding Distribution
The purpose of forwarding distribution is to distribute the forward called number according
to some information of the calling party during the forwarded-to number analysis. In this
case, the called number analysis varies with the calling subscribers.
During a forwarding distribution, the forward calling number analysis selector configured
in the template of the DAS associated with the current VMSC is used for this analysis. If
this selector is valid, the original called number of this call is used for the forward calling
number analysis. During the forwarding calling number analysis, the subsequent forward
selector, the roaming analysis selector, and the MNP analysis selector that will be used for
subsequent analysis can be obtained.
If the corresponding forward number analysis selector is not in the template of the DAS
associated with the VMSC, the forward calling number analysis selector configured in the
template of the current global number analysis selector is used for the original calling
number analysis. During the analysis, the subsequent forwarding selector, the roaming
analysis selector, and MNP analysis selector that will be used for subsequent analysis can
be obtained.
The roaming analysis selector and the MNP analysis selector also can be obtained from the
forwarding routing control policy of ERC information. The relationship to which obtained
from forwarding distribution is shown as in the following list.

Number Analysis Values


Selectors

Selector obtained by ERC DAS1 DAS1 0 0

Selector obtained by 0 DAS2 DAS2 0


forwarding distribution

Final selector DAS1 DAS2 DAS2 0

In addition, if call forwarding happens in the local MSCS, the roaming number analysis
selector and the MNP analysis selector configured on the incoming trunk are of no use.
The selector configured for call forwarding is used instead.

2.6 Number Analysis Procedure for Outgoing Calls


through Trunk
If the number analysis result displays that the service is an outgoing service, the trunk
outgoing analysis will be triggered. The outgoing services are too many to list here.

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The purpose of trunk outgoing analysis is to transform an outgoing number and display the
transformed outgoing number. For the procedure of trunk outgoing analysis, see Figure
2-12.

Figure 2-12 Number Analysis Procedure for Outgoing Calls Through Trunk

1. Filling in a calling number in case of no calling number


When the trunk outgoing analysis procedure is triggered and there is no calling number,
this function is used to obtain the corresponding MSC number according to the VMSC
configured on the outgoing trunk and then write as the calling number if this function
is enabled on the outgoing trunk.
2. Calling number delay transformation

If the calling-number delay transformation function is configured before the trunk


outgoing analysis procedure is triggered, this function takes effect.
3. Calling number pre-analysis delay transformation

If the calling number pre-analysis delay transformation function is configured before


the calling number pre-analysis procedure is triggered, this function takes effect.
4. Calling number adjustment

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The calling number adjustment includes the following sub-functions:


l Calling number + area code is controlled by LOCPFX (Local Calling Number
Add Area Code).
l Calling number + national prefix is controlled by CLRPFX (Calling Number Add
Prefix) and the national attribute of the number.
l Calling number + international prefix is controlled by CLRPFX (Calling Number
Add Prefix) and the international attribute of the number.
5. Outgoing calling number immediate transformation
This function is used to transform the outgoing calling number according to the
immediate transformation index of the outgoing calling number configured on the
outgoing trunk group.
6. Deleting calling number prefix
This function is used to delete the national prefix or the international prefix before the
outgoing calling number according to the Delete Calling Prefix parameter configured
on the outgoing route.
7. Outgoing calling number international adjustment

This function is used to change the current calling number ( including a country code
and international prefix) to an international number according to the (Outgoing)
Transform Calling Number to International Format (CLRINTER) parameter
configured on the outgoing trunk.
8. Called number delay transformation
When the called number delay transformation selector configured in the outgoing
analysis procedure is triggered, this function takes effect.
9. Called number pre-analysis delay transformation
If the called-number pre-analysis delay-transformation function is configured before
the called number pre-analysis procedure is triggered, this function takes effect.
10. Called number international adjustment
This function is used to change the current called number (including a country code
and international prefix ) to an international number according to the (Outgoing)
Transform Called Number to International Format (CLDINTER) parameter
configured on the outgoing trunk.
11. Outgoing called number immediate transformation

This function is used to transform the outgoing called number according to the
transformation index of the outgoing called number configured on the outgoing trunk
group.

12. Outgoing number transformation of calling line identification presentation (CLIP)

The outgoing CLIP number transformation includes:


l CLIP analysis

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This function is used to analyze the CLI policy according to the Index Of CLI
Policy For Outgoing Call configured on the route and the subscriber types of
both the calling subscriber and the called subscriber.
The type of both the calling subscriber and the called subscriber can be judged
through two methods, depending on the Judgement Of User Type configuration
in the local office mobile data of the MSC. If the Judgement Of User Type is set
to User number, the type of the calling subscriber and the called subscriber is
judged according to the relationship among the calling number, the called number,
the area code, the country code and the prefix. If the Judgement Of User Type is
set to Roaming type, the type of the calling subscriber and the called subscriber is
judged according to the roaming types of the subscribers at network access. The
subscriber types of local subscribers can be judged in this way. The subscriber
types of non-local subscribers cannot be judged and are set to Unknown.
l Calling number format adjustment
The calling-number transformation policy can be obtained according to the Index
Of CLI Policy For Outgoing Call, Calling User Type and the Called User Type
configured on the route. This function takes effect when the calling number format
is configured in this policy. Number adjustment is performed according to the
number format configured for the subscriber.
l Calling number transformation analysis
If a number transformation selector is configured in the CLI policy for outgoing call
configuration, according to this number transformation selector, number matching
is performed based on the adjusted calling number to see whether the specified
detailed transformation policy is configured for this number. If a special analysis
rule for number transformation is configured in the number analysis result, the
calling number is matched with the special analysis rule. If the matching is
successful, the number-transformation special-analysis-result index is used as
the analysis result. Otherwise, the number-transformation analysis-result index
is used as the analysis result. After the specified result is obtained, the calling
number is transformed according to the configured analysis result.
13. Outgoing signaling number transformation
Outgoing signaling number-transformation can complete the following functions:
l Called number transformation
l Original called number transformation
l Redirection number transformation
l Generic number transformation
During the number transformation of an outgoing signaling procedure, whether
the number is transformed is determined by the signaling number transform
switch under Number Configuration > Number Transform > Number
Transform Switch > Create Number Transform Global (ADD NUMTRFGLB).
If the Signaling number transform switch is set to OUTSIG(outgoing
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with outgoing signaling number transformation in the outgoing signaling number


transformation configuration according to the outgoing office direction. In the
number transformation configuration of outgoing signaling, it is necessary to first
extract the subscriber type of the number according to the corresponding number
(here, the subscriber type can be judged according to the subscriber number
only), and then check the subscriber type of the corresponding number to see
whether the format adjustment is configured. If number adjustment is configured,
the number format is adjusted and the corresponding number transformation
selector is used for number transformation analysis. The number transformation
analysis here is functionally the same as the calling-number transformation
analysis.

14. Outgoing super CLIP setting policy


The outgoing super CLIP setting policy is a flexible method for calling number
transformation. Super CLIP has some functions that common CLIP does not have.
The main functions are described as follows:
l The Super Cli Index is configured on trunk group configuration. Outgoing calls
use this policy for flexible calling number transformation.
l Each super CLIP setting policy consists of a filter policy and a transformation
policy. At first, use the filter policy to find out the calling number that matches
filter conditions, and then use the transformation policy to transform the calling
number. A filter policy can have three filter conditions. All filter conditions
must be matched at same time. The transformation policy contains a super
calling number transformation index and an in-to-out office variable for calling
number transformation. The super calling number transformation index is used
to transform the calling number flexibly. The In-to-out office variable for calling
number transformation is set at the incoming part, and used at the outgoing part
as a filter condition.
l There are five types of filter policies
Number nature filter: If the current nature of the calling number is consistent
with the configured number nature, the filter policy is matched.
Number length filter: If current length of the calling number is in the configured
number length range, the filter policy is matched.

Number key filter: Get the number key of the calling number by number key
analysis with the number key analysis selector. Then, compare the number
key with the configured number key by following the number key filter policy.
If the two number keys are the same, the filter policy is matched.

In-to-out office variable filter: This policy is only used at the outgoing part,
because this variable is set at the incoming part while the incoming super
CLIP set policy is being performed, and transferred to the outgoing part. 0 is
transferred to the outgoing part, if this variable is not set at the incoming part.

Sub-number filter: Get the relationship between the current calling number
and the configured sub-number range (in or not in range). If the relationship

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is the same with the configured expected result in the sub-number filter policy,
the filter policy is matched.
l One super CLIP index can have many super CLIP setting policies. Each policy
has itself priority. The policy with higher priority will be performed first. If the policy
with higher priority has be performed and matched, no policy with lower priority
will be performed.

2.7 MT Procedure
The conditions for triggering the MT procedure are as follows:
l The number analysis result displays that the call service type is MSLL (MSC local
and current office service).
l The number analysis result displays that the call service type is MSRN.

After the necessity of paging the called subscriber is determined during number analysis,
the paging succeeds. The MT procedure is triggered after the called subscriber completes
a series of procedures such as access and is ready to send an L3-SETUP message. For
the MT analysis procedure, see Figure 2-13.

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Figure 2-13 MT Procedure

The MT procedure consists of the following functional blocks:

1. Called CLIP check


If the called subscriber has subscribed to the CLIP service, the called terminal displays
the calling number during a call. Otherwise, the called terminal only displays a vacant

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number. The subscription information of the called subscriber is obtained by querying


the VLR during the access of the called subscriber after the called subscriber is paged.
2. Generic number setting
If a generic number is carried in a call and the number carried by the generic number is
an additional calling number, the generic number is set to the number to be displayed.
3. Deleting a special prefix of the calling number
If the following conditions are met, the special prefix is deleted:
l The Delete Special Prefix for International Number in CLIP security variable
is configured.
l The calling number attribute is International.
In this case, the system automatically deletes the special prefix of the calling
number.
4. Association processing between CLIP and called number

This function is used to obtain the stream transformation index according to the
combination of the calling number and the called number so as to transform the
calling number. If the stream transformation index is obtained and the number is
transformed according to the corresponding combination, the subsequent CLIP
number transformation is not required.
5. CLIP number transformation

During call termination, the policy configured in the CLIP number transformation is
read. Then matching is performed according to the types of the calling subscriber
and the called subscriber. If the corresponding configuration can be found, the calling
number is transformed according to the configuration result.
The types of the calling subscriber and the called subscriber depend on the
Judgement Of User Type parameter configured in the local office mobile data
configuration. If the subscriber type in the local mobile data of the MSC is set to User
number, the types of the calling subscriber and the called subscriber are judged
according to the relationship among the calling number, the called number, the area
code, the country code and the prefix. If the subscriber type in the local mobile data
of the MSC is set to Roaming type, the types of the calling subscriber and the called
subscriber are judged according to the roaming types of the subscribers at network
access. The subscriber types of local subscribers can be judged in this way. The
subscriber types of non-local subscribers cannot be judged and are set to Unknown.

6. Calling number format adjustment

If the calling number format adjustment is configured in the CLIP number


transformation, the calling number format is adjusted according to the configured
adjustment policy.

7. Calling number transformation analysis

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If a calling-number-transformation selector is configured in the CLIP number


transformation, this selector is used to judge whether the corresponding number
transformation is configured for this calling number.
If the corresponding configuration is found and a special analysis rule for number
transformation is configured in the number analysis result, the calling number
is matched with the special analysis rule. If the matching is successful, the
number-transformation special-analysis-result index is used as the number analysis
result. Otherwise, the number-transformation analysis-result index is used as the
number analysis result.
8. Calling number transformation according to the number transformation analysis result
The analysis result index of the preceding step is used to find the corresponding result
in the number transformation analysis result and the number is transformed according
to the configuration.

2.8 Special Analysis Flow-ERC Number Analysis


RC is a kind of user data defined by the HLR and saved in the HLR. Its valid value ranges
from 1 to 254 (when the value is 0, this parameter is invalid). It is transmitted to the
VLR through a private extended filed of the MAP message during the user data insertion
procedure or the route querying procedure. The meaning corresponding to the value of
RC is defined by the operator so as to implement abundant value-added services.
Besides routing category, the mobile subscribers IMSI number, location area, VMSC index
and special incoming office direction are also factors for controlling call routing.

2.8.1 Application Scene of ERC


ERC number analysis involves the following application scenes.

Mobile Originating Office


When acting as a local mobile originating office, the MSCS determines the routing policy
of this call according to the calling mobile subscribers IMSI, routing category subscriber
data, location area and VMSC index. It analyzes the originated number according to the
given routing policy and routes the call to a specified VAS platform. The routing policy also
specifies the composition mode of the called number and that of the generic number. For
the corresponding application scene, see Figure 2-14.

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Figure 2-14 Application Scene of ERC Number Analysis 1

Mobile Gateway Office


When acting as a GMSC, the MSC Server obtains a route query response in the route
query process. When the route query response carries a roaming number, the MSC Server
determines the routing policy for this forward call according to the called subscribers IMSI,
routing category subscriber data, location area, trunk group and VMSC index. It analyzes
a roaming number according to the given routing policy and routes the call to a specified
VAS platform. The routing policy also specifies the composition mode of the called number
and that of the generic number. For the corresponding application scene, see Figure 2-15.

Figure 2-15 Application Scene of ERC Number Analysis 2

When acting as a GMSC, the MSC Server obtains a route query response in the route
query procedure. When the early call forwarding is triggered, the MSC Server determines
the routing policy of this forwarding call according to the forward originating subscriber's
IMSI and routing category, incoming trunk group, and VMSC index. It analyzes the
forwarding number according to the given routing policy and routes the call to a specified
VAS platform. The routing policy also specifies the composition mode of called number
and that of the generic number and forwarding prefix used by the forwarding call. For the
corresponding application scene, see Figure 2-16.

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Figure 2-16 Application Scene of ERC Number Analysis 3

Mobile Terminating Office


When acting as a mobile terminated office and the delay call forwarding is triggered, the
MSC Server determines the routing policy of this forwarding call according to the mobile
subscriber's IMSI and routing category, location area, and VMSC index. It analyzes the
forwarding number according to the given routing policy and routes the call to a specified
VAS platform. The routing policy also specifies the composition mode of the called
number and generic number and forwarding prefix used by the forwarding call. For the
corresponding application scene, see Figure 2-17.

Figure 2-17 Application Scene of ERC Number Analysis 4

2.8.2 Number Analysis Procedure


During the ERC number analysis, the implementation principle of main components is as
follows.

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Routing According to the Specified Routing Control Policy


During a mobile originated procedure, the MSC Server obtains the ERC control policy and
the subsequent MO routing control policy according to the calling mobile subscriber's IMSI
and Routing Category, location area, and VMSC index.
According to the MO routing control policy, the MSC Server analyzes the originated number
according to the given number analysis selector and routes the call to a specified VAS
platform. The composition mode of both the called number and that of the generic number
are specified by the MO routing control policy. For the corresponding procedure, see Figure
2-18.

Figure 2-18 Number Analysis Procedure During MO Procedure

When acting as a gateway MSC, the MSC Server obtains the ERC control policy and the
subsequent MT routing control policy according to the called mobile subscriber's IMSI and
Routing Category subscriber data, incoming trunk group, and VMSC index.

According to the MT routing control policy, the MSC Server analyzes the roaming number
according to the given number analysis selector and routes the call to a specified VAS
platform. The composition mode of both the called number and that of the generic number
are specified by the MT routing control policy. For the corresponding procedure, see Figure
2-19.

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Figure 2-19 Number Analysis Procedure During MT Procedure

During an early forwarding call procedure or a delay forwarding call procedure, the MSC
Server obtains the ERC control policy and the subsequent call forwarding routing control
policy according to the forward originating subscriber's IMSI and Routing Category,
incoming trunk group, location area, and VMSC index.
According to the call forwarding routing control policy, the MSC Server analyzes the
forwarding number according to the given number analysis selector and routes the call
to a specified VAS platform. The composition mode of the called number and that of
the generic number are specified by the call forwarding routing control policy. For the
corresponding procedure, see Figure 2-20.

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Figure 2-20 Number Analysis Procedure During Call-forwarding Procedure

Relationship with Formal Called Number Analysis


In the above number analysis procedure, if the MSC Server fails to obtain the ERC control
policy or the corresponding routing control policy, or the number to be analyzed is not
configured in the specified number analysis selector of the routing control policy, the MSC
Server will process the call according to the current call route procedure the MSC Server
cannot analyze the number according to the ERC control policy.
If the number analysis result is null or abnormal, even if the number to be analyzed is
configured in the specified number analysis selector of the ERC control policy, the MSC
Server proceeds to the failure processing procedure instead of continuing analyzing the
number. Especially, during the GMSC roaming number analysis procedure, if the roaming
number analysis fails in the number analysis selector of the MT routing control specified
by the ERC control policy, the MSC Server releases the call directly instead of judging
whether the roaming number is allocated by the local office.

Factors That Affect the ERC Control Policy


The corresponding ERC control policy can be configured according to any combination of
the following factors:
l Routing Category user
l IMSI segment index
l Incoming trunk group number
l Subscriber LAI
l Virtual MSC Index

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These parameters can be wildcard parameters, but are subject to the following
constraints:
l The VMSC index must be used with other parameters, and no ERC control policy can
be configured according to the VMSC index alone.
l The trunk group number must be used with other parameters, and no ERC control
policy can be configured according to the trunk group number alone.
l No ERC control policy can be configured according to the combination of the VMSC
index and trunk group number alone.
When the ERC control policy is obtained according to the preceding parameters for call
control in a service procedure, the matching principle below must be followed.
l Longest match first
If no parameters in the configuration can be matched (including wildcard), the
matching fails.
If the parameters in several configurations can be matched, the configuration with
the largest number of exactly matched (non-wildcard) parameters is selected as
the final matching result.
If the number of exactly matched parameters is the same in several
configurations, the matching continues according to the following principle:
l Parameter priority
From high to low, the matching priority of each parameter is as follows:
IMSI Index > Routing Category > Trunk Group > LAI > VMSC Index
According to this priority, the configuration with optimized matching is the final
matching result.
If the IMSI of this subscriber is corresponding to more IMSI Indexes, these IMSI
indexes must be arranged according to the matching priority of the number segment.
First, the optimal IMSI index is used to match the preceding ERC configuration. If the
matching result appears, the matching ends.
Otherwise, the sub-optimal IMSI index is used to match the preceding ERC
configuration.
This matching process continues until the matching ends or until no IMSI index is
available.
For example, when the following configuration exists,
IMSI (46003123) => IMSI Index 1
IMSI (4600313) => IMSI Index 2
IMSI (460031) => IMSI Index 3
Configuration 1: IMSIIndex1 RC(40) => ERC Index 1
Configuration 2: IMSIIndex2 RC(40) LAI(460031234) => ERC Index 2
Configuration 3: IMSIIndex3 RC(41) TRUNKGRP(12) => ERC Index 3

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Configuration 4: RC(40) TRUNKGRP(12) => ERC Index 4


Configuration 5: TRUNKGRP(12) LAI(460031234) => ERC Index 3
The ERC control policy index of configuration 5 may be the same as that of
configuration 3.
When the detailed parameter combination used during the service procedure is as
follows:
IMSI(460031234.) RC(40) TRUNKGRP(12) LAI(460031234)
The matching result is that the matching in configuration 1 is successful.
IMSI(460031234.) RC(41) TRUNKGRP(12) LAI(460031234)

The matching result is that the matching in configuration 3 is successful.


RC(40) TRUNKGRP(12) LAI(460031234)
The matching result is that the matching in configuration 4 is successful.

RC(41) TRUNKGRP(12) LAI(460031234)


The matching result is that the matching in configuration 5 is successful.

IMSI Segment Index Configuration


The mapping between the IMSI segment and the IMSI segment index can be configured
in the MSC server.
Among the configured IMSI segments, long IMSI segments can include short IMSI
segments.

Interaction Between ERC Number Analysis And Camel Service


In the ERC control policy, besides the separate routing control policy setting for MO/MT/CF
described in this function, the following routing control policies are also set during the
CAMEL reconnection process.

l MO RECON routing control policy


l MT RECON routing control policy
l VT RECON routing control policy
l CF RECON routing control policy
The above routing control policies are respectively used for the routing control in the
Camel reconnection process in the MO, GSMC, MT and CF call procedures. The
reconnection number analysis in these procedures can also be controlled by the number
analysis selector specified by the ERC, and the composition mode of the called number
and the generic number can be specified.
In addition, the ERC number analysis result shows that the supplementary service
forwarding triggered by the SCP in the GMSC CAMEL procedure is similar to a common
early call-forwarding service. That is, the CF routing control policy in the ERC control
policy is used for the forwarding routing.

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In principle, the ERC number analysis is slightly different for the CAMEL4, CAMEL3 and
OVERLAY services.
l For CAMEL4, the special processing that the SCP returns an ABORT message is not
implemented during the ERC number analysis.
When the calling MCC module determines that whether the call service type of the
called number is MO_Overlay service or the recharge query service, the calling MCC
also needs to obtain the ERC control index and carries it to the forward analysis
procedure. When the MCF triggers the MO_Overlay service or the recharge query
service upon reception of the Setup message from the MCC, the following requirement
must be implemented: ERC configuration, special processing when the SCP returns
an ABORT message, the processing when the SCP returns a Connection message,
and the processing when reconnection number analysis fails.
An analysis on the calling number of a non-CAMEL subscriber in the calling MCC
module shows that the call service type is MO_Overlay service. When the calling
MCC module triggers the MO_Overlay service, the following requirements are not
implemented: ERC configuration, special processing when the SCP returns an
ABORT message, processing when the SCP returns a Connect message, and
processing when reconnection number analysis fails.
If the call service type is MT_Overlay, the following requirements are not implemented:
ERC configuration, special processing when the SCP returns an ABORT message,
processing when the SCP returns a Connect message, and processing when
reconnection number analysis fails.
l For CAMEL3, the following cases are not considered: special processing of
DCSI and NCSI when the SCP returns an ABORT message (that is, during the
CAMEL_4_MO_Dialled_Service service and the CAMEL_4_CF_Dialled_Services
service of the CCF module, it is not required to pass the NeedUabortIndFg
flag in the basic call data to the SSF and CSA_SSF modules) and special
processing of VTCSI when the SCP returns an ABORT message (that is, during the
CAMEL_ICH_MSC_INIT service of the CCF module, it is not required to pass the
NeedUabortIndFg flag in the basic call data to the SSF and CSA_SSF modules).
l In this solution, the MO_overlay service and the recharge query service originated by
the MCC and triggered by the MCF, and the VTCSI reconnection processed by the
MCF are easy to be implemented. If those are not implemented, special processing
must be implemented for this case; otherwise, an error case of neither existing
processing nor new processing will occur.
In the case of MO_overlay and CAMEL reconnection, the number carried by the SCP
is preferred as a generic number in the call routing and rerouting procedure. If the
SCP does not carry a generic number, the generic number is not filled in. For this
procedure, the composition mode of the generic number in the ERC routing policy
and the number analysis result is not used.

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2.9 Special Analysis Flow-HOP of Called Number


Analysis Selector
Function Description
The DAS Hop function can reduce large quantity of data configuration and make the
configuration of number analysis more flexible.

Application Scene
For the application scene of this function, see Figure 2-21.

Figure 2-21 Application Scene

After receiving the called number, the MSCS obtains the corresponding DAS according
to the call scene and starts the number analysis procedure. As shown in Figure 2-21,
the received called number is 62-025-5287-1234. The DAS obtained according to the call
scene is A. The maintenance engineer has configured a common DAS C (the final routing
information can be obtained from the common DAS C). The MSCS finally obtains the
routing information from the number analysis result after two DAS hops: First, the MSCS
uses DAS A to analyze the number 62, and obtains the result number transformation:
delete the first two digits and new DAS B. Then the MSCS uses DAS B to analyze the
number 025, and obtains the result number transformation: delete the first three digits
and new DAS C. Finally, the MSCS uses DAS C to analyze the number 5287, and obtains
the result routing information.
If the called number received by the MSCS is 025-5287-1234 in a certain call scene, the
maintenance engineer can configure the corresponding DAS to B. If the called number
received by the MSCS is 5287-1234 in a certain call scene, the maintenance engineer can
configure the corresponding DAS to C. The configuration data of called number analysis

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can be maintained conveniently through the common DAS C. For the DAS hop flow, see
Figure 2-22.

Figure 2-22 DAS Hop Flow

In the preceding flowchart, the MSCS obtains the DAS according to the call scene and
starts number analysis after the called number is received. If a new number analysis
selector is configured in the called number analysis result, it means that the DAS Hop
function is enabled for number analysis. In this case, the MSCS uses the new number
analysis selector to continue number analysis. Besides the new number analysis selector
in the number analysis result, the MSCS only records Called Number Transformation
Index and Calling Number Transformation Index. When the immediate transformation
of the calling number and that of the called number (see the called number transformation
flow and the calling number transformation flow) are completed, the new number analysis
selector is used to analyze the transformed called number. The MSCS ignores the other
information configured in the number analysis result.
Every time the MSCS obtains a new number analysis selector during number analysis,
the DAS hop counter adds one. If the number of continuous DAS hops in this number
analysis procedure exceeds the maximum number (configurable value) set during the
global configuration, number analysis fails and no new number analysis selector will be
used to continue the analysis.
Especially, when a new number analysis selector is used to continue the called number
analysis, the MSCS ignores the maximum number length, the call service type and the
assistant number analysis selector in the number analysis result till the last number

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analysis. The maximum number length, the call service type and the assistant number
analysis selector are available only during the outgoing routing information analysis.
That is to say, the preceding information is specific to the outgoing route information. In
addition, when the assistant number analysis selector is used for dual-homing number
analysis, the DAS Hop does not add one. When a new number analysis selector is used
to continue number analysis subsequently, the DAS hop adds one.
Especially, when a new number analysis selector is used to continue the called number
analysis, the MSCS records Calling Number Transformation Index to transform the calling
number. If the MSCS has not received the calling number, the MSCS records Calling
Number Transformation Index and does not transform the calling number until the calling
number is received. One number analysis process may involve continuous DAS Hops, and
the continuous DAS Hops may involve multiple calling number transformations. At present,
the maximum number of DAS Hops during one number analysis is 12. Therefore, the
MSCS needs to record up to 12 calling number transformation indexes and then performs
multiple number transformations after the calling number is received.
Especially, for an incoming call with the interoffice signaling type as ISUP/BICC, this
number analysis is treated as a whole. For example, this number analysis involves three
DASs: DAS A, DAS B and DAS C. When number analysis proceeds to DAS C and the
length of the analyzed number is less than the minimum number length, the ISUP/BICC
sets the timer to wait for the subsequent called number. If the subsequent number is
obtained or a timer times out, the system starts number analysis again from DAS A.
During number analysis, the ISUP/BICC module uses a temporary buffer. If the number
analysis result shows that the subsequent number is required, all the temporary results of
this preceding hop analysis will be cleared for the new number re-analysis.

2.10 Special Analysis Flow- GN Number Configuration


Function Description
Flexible setting of a generic number (GN) mainly depends on ERC number analysis. ERC
number analysis can flexibly control the display of a GN during a call termination or in
an outgoing call. In additional to the GN, the called number to be analyzed also can be
displayed flexibly.
In the ERC control policy, a routing control policy can be selected according to the current
call type and control point. This routing control policy is associated with a composition
of a called number and a composition of a generic number. If the normal procedure
fails to be triggered, and the index of the rerouting processing mode is configured, the
composition of the called number and the generic number are also configured in the index
of the associated reroute processing mode.

You can perform flexible configuration according to your needs to obtain a desired effect.

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Composition of a Called Number


Multiple composition modes of the called number can be configured in the routing control
policy.
In case of a mobile originated call, the called number can only be composed in NORMAL
mode, that is, the called number is the number dialed by the subscriber.
In case of a forwarding call, the called number can only be composed in NORMAL mode,
that is, the called number is the forwarded-to number.
In case of roaming number analysis:
l When the composition mode of the called number is NORMAL, the called number is
composed of the MSRN of the called subscriber.
l When the composition mode of the called number is MSRN+MSISDN, the called
number is composed of the MSRN+MSISDN of the called subscriber. In this case,
the attribute of the composed number depends on the MSRN.
l When the composition mode of the called number is MSISDN, the called number is
composed of the MSISDN of the called subscriber.
l When the composition mode of the called number is MSRN, the called number is
composed of the MSRN of the called subscriber.

Composition of a General Number


Multiple composition modes of the generic number can be configured in the routing control
policy.
l If the composition mode of a general number is MCC+MNC, the general number is
composed of the MCC+MNC in the IMSI of the subscriber and the number attribute is
International.
l If the composition mode of a general number is IMSI, the general number is composed
of the IMSI of the subscriber and the number attribute is International.
l If the composition mode of a general number is TP_FWDOP, the general number
is composed of the TP_FWDOP of the called subscriber and the number attribute
depends on the TP_FWDOP number attribute.
l If the composition mode of a general number is NONEL, the general number flag is
set to NONEL and the code stream of the generic number is set to 0xf.

2.11 Special Analysis Flow-ToS Based on RC


When a subscriber is overdue, the HLR sets a special RC for this subscriber. When
the subscriber dials a number, ZXUN iCX(MSCS) plays different tones for this subscriber
according to different RCs. According to the RC that the subscriber subscribes to, ZXUN
iCX(MSCS) adds a prefix for the number of this subscriber, and then sends the changed
number to a special announcement platform. This special announcement platform plays
different tones according to different prefixes. Therefore, the ToS function based on RC is
implemented.

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This function is implemented completely by using ERC number analysis, and the system
does not provide any special processing for this scene.

2.12 Special Analysis Flow-CAMEL Reroute Function


This function has no special requirement on the networking mode. The only requirement is
that the SSP and the SCP can be connected for normal signaling interaction. The CAMEL
Reroute function is mainly implemented by using ERC number analysis.

2.12.1 Application Scene


Scene 1
When the IN service call is reconnected, upon reception of the CONNECTION message
from the SCP, different number analysis selectors need to be selected for number
analysis according to the IMSI. When the IN service call of the IN subscribers with
different IMSIs is reconnected, the same reconnection number is returned upon reception
of the CONNECTION message from the SCP. Different routes are selected or different
number transformations are performed according to the IMSI.
This function can bring the following benefits:
When the IN service call of the IN subscribers with different IMSIs is reconnected, the
same reconnection number is returned upon reception of the CONNECTION message
from the SCP. Different routes are selected or different number transformation is performed
according to the IMSI.

Scene 2
When the IN service call is reconnected, a reconnection analyzer is used for analysis
upon receipt of the CONNECTION message from the SCP. If the analysis fails, an
originating analyzer or other analyzer can be used to continue the analysis according to
the configuration.
The reconnection analyzers (Ai) in different IMSI segments are used to analyze the
reconnection numbers that are in different IMSI number sections and require different
routes or different number transformation. A unified number analysis selector (for
example, B) is used to analyze the reconnection numbers that are in different IMSI
segments and require the same route or the same number transformations.

When the IN service call is reconnected, the reconnection number in the CONNECT
message returned by the SCP is analyzed by the number analysis selector B, and not
analyzed by the number analysis selector Ai. The MSCS uses the reconnection analyzer
Ai for number analysis. If the analysis fails, the MSCS uses the number analysis selector
B to continue the analysis.

This function can bring the following benefits:

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In this way, the numbers in the number analysis selector B are not required to be analyzed
respectively in the reconnection number analysis selector (Ai) in different IMSI segments,
so the data configuration operation is reduced.

Scene 3
When the IN service call is reconnected, a reconnection analyzer is used for analysis
upon reception of the CONNECTION message from the SCP. If the analysis fails, an
originating analyzer or other analyzer can be used to continue the analysis according to
the configuration.
In the calling IN service, the reconnection analyzers (Ai) in different IMSIs segments are
used to analyze the reconnection numbers that are in different IMSI segments and require
different routes or different number changes. If the analysis method of a part of these
reconnection numbers is the same as that in the corresponding originating number analysis
selector, these numbers do not need to be analyzed in the reconnection analyzer Ai. When
the analysis in the reconnection number analysis selector Ai fails, only the corresponding
originating number analysis selector needs to be configured as the reconnection number
analysis selector Ai.

When the calling IN service call is reconnected, the reconnection number in the CONNECT
message returned by the SCP is analyzed by the corresponding originating number
analysis selector, and not analyzed by the number analysis selector Ai. The MSCS uses
the reconnection analyzer Ai for number analysis. If the analysis fails, the MSCS uses
the corresponding originating number analysis selector to continue the analysis.

This function can bring the following benefits:


In this way, the data configuration in the reconnection analyzer Ai is reduced.

Scene 4
The service mentioned in this application is the calling IN service. In the same way,
the called IN service and the forward IN service also have similar application. The
above-mentioned MO number-analysis selector can be replaced by a forwarding selector
or other existing selectors.

2.12.2 Flow Descriptions


This section describes typical service procedure and implementation principle of the
CAMEL Reroute function.

The SCP Changes the Called Number in the Calling Intelligent Service
For the procedure 1 in which the SCP changes the called number in the calling IN service,
see Figure 2-23.

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Figure 2-23 Procedure 1 in Which the SCP Changes the Called Number in the Calling
Intelligent Service

The procedure description is as follows:


1. After a calling IN subscriber dials the called number to trigger the calling IN service,
the MSC/SSP sends an IDP message to the SCP.
2. The SCP sends a Request Report BCSM Event message to the MSC/SSP to load a
detection point.
3. The SCP sends a Connect message to the MSC/SSP to change the called number,
instructing the MSC/SSP to originate calls according to the changed called number.
4. The MSC/SSP selects different reconnection number analysis selectors for the
analysis on the reconnection number according to the IMSI of the calling subscriber,
and obtains the analysis result.
5. The MSC/SSP connects the called subscriber and sends an Event Report BCSM
(O_Answer) message to the SCP when the called subscriber answers the call.
6. When the calling subscriber hooks on, the MSC/SSP sends an Event Report BCSM
(O_Disconnect) message to the SCP.
7. The MSC/SSP releases the call.
For the procedure 2 in which the SCP changes the called number in the calling IN service,
see Figure 2-24.

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Figure 2-24 Procedure 2 that the SCP Changes the Called Number in the Calling
Intelligent Service

The procedure description is as follows:


1. After the calling IN subscriber dials the called number to trigger the calling intelligent
service, the MSC/SSP sends an IDP message to the SCP.
2. The SCP sends a Request Report BCSM Event message to the MSC/SSP to load a
detection point.
3. The SCP sends a Connect message to the MSC/SSP to change the called number,
instructing the MSC/SSP to originate calls according to the changed called number.
4. The MSC/SSP selects different reconnection number analysis selectors for analysis
on the reconnection number according to the IMSI of the calling subscriber. This
reconnection number is not analyzed in the reconnection number analysis selector.
5. The MSC/SSP selects other number analysis selector according to the calling
subscribers IMSI and configuration and continues analyzing the reconnection number
to obtain the analysis result.
6. The MSC/SSP connects the called subscriber and sends an Event Report BCSM
(O_Answer) message to the SCP when the called subscriber answers the call.
7. When the calling subscriber hooks on, the MSC/SSP sends an Event Report BCSM
(O_Disconnect) message to the SCP.
8. The MSC/SSP releases the call.

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The SCP Changes the Called Number in the Called IN Service


For the procedure 1 in which the SCP changes the called number in the called IN service,
see Figure 2-25.

Figure 2-25 Procedure 1 in Which the SCP Changes the Called Number in the Called
IN Service

The procedure description is as follows:


1. When the calling subscriber dials the called IN subscriber to trigger the called IN
service, the GMSC/SSP sends an IDP message to the SCP.
2. The SCP sends a Request Report BCSM Event message to the GMSC/SSP to load
the detection point.
3. The SCP sends a Connect message to the GMSC/SSP to change the called number,
instructing the GMSC/SSP to originate calls according to the changed called number.
4. The GMSC/SSP selects different reconnection number analysis selectors for
reconnection number analysis according to the IMSI of the called subscriber, and
obtains the analysis result.
5. The GMSC/SSP connects the called subscriber and sends an Event Report BCSM
(T_Answer) message to the SCP when the called subscriber answers the call.
6. When the calling subscriber hooks on, the GMSC/SSP sends an Event Report BCSM
(T_Disconnect) message to the SCP.
7. The GMSC/SSP releases the call.
For the procedure 2 in which the SCP changes the called number in the called IN service,
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Figure 2-26 Procedure 2 in Which the SCP Changes the Called Number in the Called
IN Service

The procedure description is as follows:


1. When the calling subscriber dials the called IN subscriber to trigger the called IN
service, the GMSC/SSP sends an IDP message to the SCP.
2. The SCP sends a Request Report BCSM Event message to the GMSC/SSP to load
a detection point.
3. The SCP sends a Connect message for changing the called number to the GMSC/SSP,
instructing the GMSC/SSP to originate calls according to the changed called number.
4. The GMSC/SSP selects different reconnection number analysis selectors for the
reconnection number analysis according to the called IMSI. This reconnection number
is not analyzed in the reconnection number analysis selectors.
5. The GMSC/SSP selects other number analysis selector for continuing analysis on the
reconnection number according to the called subscribers IMSI and configuration and
obtains the analysis result.
6. The GMSC/SSP connects the called subscriber and sends an Event Report BCSM
(T_Answer) message to the SCP when the called subscriber answers the call.
7. When the calling subscriber hooks on, the GMSC/SSP sends an Event Report BCSM
(T_Disconnect) message to the SCP.
8. The GMSC/SSP releases the call.

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The SCP Changes the Called Number in the Forward IN Service


For the procedure 1 in which the SCP changes the called number in the forward IN service,
see Figure 2-27.

Figure 2-27 Procedure 1 in Which the SCP Changes the Called Number in the Forward
IN Service

The procedure description is as follows:


The following takes call forwarding unconditional (CFU) as an example:
1. After subscriber A calls IN subscriber B who subscribers to the CFU service to trigger
the forward IN service of subscriber B, the GMSC/SSP sends an IDP message to the
SCP.
2. The SCP sends a Request Report BCSM Event message to the GMSC/SSP to load
a detection point.
3. The SCP sends a Connect message for changing the called number to the GMSC/SSP,
instructing the GMSC/SSP to originate calls according to the changed called number.
4. The GMSC/SSP selects different reconnection number analysis selectors for the
reconnection number analysis according to the IMSI of forward subscriber B, and
obtains the analysis result.
5. The GMSC/SSP connects the called subscriber and sends an Event Report BCSM
(O_Answer) message to the SCP when the called subscriber answers the call.
6. When the calling subscriber hooks on, the MSC/SSP sends an Event Report BCSM
(O_Disconnect) message to the SCP.
7. The GMSC/SSP releases the call.
The delay forward procedure in the VMSC is similar to the preceding procedure. The only
difference is that the VMSC/SSP triggers the IN service.

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For the procedure 2 in which the SCP changes the called number in the forward IN service,
see Figure 2-28.

Figure 2-28 Procedure 2 in Which the SCP Changes the Called Number in the Forward
IN Service

The procedure description is as follows:


The following takes call forwarding unconditional (CFU) as an example:
1. After subscriber A calls IN subscriber B who subscribers to the CFU service to trigger
the forward IN service of subscriber B, the GMSC/SSP sends an IDP message to the
SCP.
2. The SCP sends a Request Report BCSM Event message to the GMSC/SSP to load
a detection point.
3. The SCP sends a Connect message for changing the called number to the GMSC/SSP,
instructing the GMSC/SSP to originate calls according to the changed called number.
4. The GMSC/SSP selects different reconnection number analysis selectors for the
reconnection number analysis according to the IMSI of forward subscriber B. The
reconnection number is not analyzed in the reconnection number analysis selectors.
5. The GMSC/SSP selects other number analysis selector for continuing reconnection
number analysis according to the IMSI and configuration of forward subscriber B and
obtains the analysis result.
6. The GMSC/SSP connects the called subscriber and sends an Event Report BCSM
(O_Answer) message to the SCP when the called subscriber answers the call.

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7. When the calling subscriber hooks on, the MSC/SSP sends an Event Report BCSM
(O_Disconnect) message to the SCP.
8. The GMSC/SSP releases the call.
The delay forwarding procedure in the VMSC is similar to the preceding procedure. The
only difference is that the VMSC/SSP triggers the IN service.

2.13 Special Analysis Flow-Number Transformation


In the number analysis procedures from 2.1 Basic MO Call Analysis Procedure to 2.7
MT Procedure, the calling number transformation and the called number transformation
can be configured in number analysis. During the number analysis, the calling number
transformation and the called number transformation are called as normal number
transformation. The normal number transformation is not detailed here.
Besides a normal number transformation function, there is also an agile number
transformation function. The purpose of agile number transformation is used to transform
the numbers such as the calling number or the called number according to the requirement
of the subscriber during the outgoing call, incoming call, MO or MT procedure. All
configurations of number transformation are performed under Number Configuration >
Number Transform.
The special number transformations are as follows:
l SCP number transformation
l MAP interface number transformation
l Outgoing signaling interface number transformation
l Outgoing CLIP setting policy
l Number display transformation

SCP Number Transformation


The SCP number transformation function is used to transform all kinds of numbers in
the IDP message sent to the SCP. The number transformation here is restricted by two
configurations of SCP number transform switch.
l Configuration 1: Number Configuration > Number Transform > Number
Transform Switch.
The SCP number transform switch configured here determines the call flow that the
SPC number transformation takes effect in. The configuration 2 takes effect only when
the call flow corresponding to the SCP number transformation is enabled.
l Configuration 2: Number Configuration > Number Transform > SCP Interface
Number Transform.
The specified SCP address, service key, call type and the location number of a
specified user can be configured here. Specified number transformation can be
performed on the calling number, the called number, the called BCD number, the
original called number and the redirection number. The specified transformation
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number transformation type. Before the number transformation configuration, the


number type must be configured correctly.
If the specified number transformation type and method cannot meet the users
requirement, another number transformation selector list can be configured. After number
analysis on a specified number, the specified number transformation is performed
according to the number transformation analysis result. The number transformation
selector is configured under directory Number Configuration > Number Transform
> Number Transform Selector. The number transformation analysis is configured
under directory Number Configuration > Number Transform > Number Transform
Analysis. The number transformation analysis result is configured under directory
Number Configuration > Number Transform > Number Transform Analysis Result.
If the number meets the special analysis result rule, the number special analysis result
instead of the normal number analysis result is used. The special analysis result rule is
configured under Number Configuration > Digit-number Analysis Configuration >
Special Analysis Result Rule. The number special analysis result is configured under
Number Configuration > Digit-number Analysis Configuration > Called Number
Special Analysis Result Configuration.

MAP Interface Number Transformation


The number transformation function of the MAP interface is similar to that of the SCP
interface, and it is also restricted by the configuration 1.
l Configuration 1: Number Configuration > Number Transform > Number
Transform Switch.
The MAP number transform switch configured here is used to determine the flow
the number transformation takes effect in. At present, only the MAP number
transformation in the route query procedure is supported. When the MAP number
transform switch is configured correctly in configuration 1, the configuration 2 is
performed.
l Configuration 2: Number Configuration > Number Transform > MAP Interface
Number Transform.
Just like the SCP interface, correct number type and number transformation mode
are also needed to be configured for the MAP interface. In the same way, the
number transformation of the MAP interface also supports an associated number
transformation selector. During number transformation analysis, the number must be
analyzed first before it is transformed.

Outgoing Signaling Number Transformation


The signaling number transformation (outgoing) function is also similar to that of the SCP
interface, and it is also restricted by the configuration 1.

l Configuration 1: Number Configuration > Number Transform > Number


Transform Switch.

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The signaling number transform switch configured here is used to determine the
signaling flow the number transformation takes effect in. At present, the outgoing
signaling number transformation is supported. When the signaling number transform
switch is configured correctly in configuration 1, the configuration 2 is performed.
l Configuration 2: Number Configuration > Number Transform > NNI Number
Transform.
For the function of the outgoing signaling number transformation and the corresponding
relationship with other number transformations, refer to Outgoing signaling number
transformation in 2.6 Number Analysis Procedure for Outgoing Calls through Trunk.

CLIP Policy for Outgoing Call


This function is used to transform the calling number flexibly during an outgoing call.
The purpose is to display the calling number flexibly. The outgoing CLIP setting policy is
configured under directory Number Configuration > Number Transform > CLI Policy
For Outgoing Call.
For the detailed method, refer to Outgoing number transformation of calling line
identification presentation (CLIP) in 2.6 Number Analysis Procedure for Outgoing Calls
through Trunk.

2.14 Special Analysis Flow- Number Attribute Analysis


The processing of number attribute analysis is added to a normal number analysis
procedure.
The attribute definition of ISUP/ISDN/L3/TUP is different, so the attribute of
ISUP/ISDN/L3/TUP must be transformed and analyzed during number analysis. The
attribute transformation table is as follows (No.5 to No.8 are special attributes).

No. ISUP NMS NMS Window ISDN L3 TUP


Number Interface Display
Attribute

1 0X01 0X04 LOC 0x04 0X04 0X00 subscriber


number

2 0X02 0X08 UNK 0X00 0X00 1spare, reserved


for national use

3 0X03 0X02 NAT 0X02 0X02 0X02 national


significant
number

4 0X04 0X01 INT 0X01 0X01 0X03


international
number

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No. ISUP NMS NMS Window ISDN L3 TUP


Number Interface Display
Attribute

5 0X08 0XE2 ISUP&BICC(0 0Unknow 0Unknow 1spare, reserved


X08) for national use

6 0X7E 0X7E ISUP&BICC 0Unknow 0Unknow 1spare, reserved


(0X7E) for national use

7 0X05 0X05 NES 3 Network 3 Network 1spare, reserved


specific specific for national use
number number

8 OTHER 0XEE Does not exist 0Unknow 0Unknow 1spare, reserved


for national use

In number analysis, first exact matching is performed between the number and the number
attribute. If the matching fails, matching is continued between the number and the All
attribute. During the number attribute analysis, the All attribute is used when a special
number attribute is not configured (normal number analysis). In this case, the configured
data directly supports attribute analysis without any modification.
For number pre-analysis, a priority must be set for the processing of the wildcard number.
The detailed description is as follows:

Priority Number attribute Number

1 Specified number attribute Specified number

2 ALL Specified number

3 Specified number attribute Wildcard matching

4 ALL Wildcard matching

If the result of the matching with corresponding priority is obtained, the matching ends. The
wildcard matching with subsequent priority is not continued. The pre-analysis principle of
the calling number and that of the called number are just the same.

2.15 Special Analysis Flow-OSB Number Attribute


Analysis
Just like the attribute analysis of generic numbers, the attribute analysis of OSB number
also needs attribute conversion. However, you do not need to consider some attribute
conversion, such as ISUP attribute conversion. The attribute conversion tale is as follows.

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L3 Number ISDN Number DB Number NMS Window


Attribute Attribute Attribute display

0X04 0x04 0X04 LOC

0X00 0X00 0X08 UNK

0X02 0X02 0X02 NAT


=
0X01 0X01 0X01 INT

0X03 0X03 0X05 NES

Other value Other value 0XEE -

The matching principle of the OSB number is also just like that of generic numbers. At first,
you need to analyze the number with the real attribute and the number itself. If number
analysis result is not obtained, then you need to analyze the number with all attributes and
the number itself.

Each OSB analysis selector could be configured with two analysis entrances, so the ALL
attribute has a higher priority over OSB analysis entrance 2. That is to say, OSB analysis
entrance 2 is valid only when you fails to analyze the number in OSB analysis entrance 1
with ALL attribute and the number itself.

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Configuration
Table of Contents
Configuring Basic MO Call Number Analysis Data......................................................3-1
Configuring MO Emergency Call Number Analysis Data...........................................3-34
Configuring Number Analysis Data for Incoming Call Through Trunk........................3-39
Configuring Roaming Number Analysis Data............................................................3-47
Configuring Forwarding Number Analysis Data ........................................................3-49
Configuring Number Analysis Data for Outgoing Call Through Trunk........................3-54
Configuring MT Number Analysis Data.....................................................................3-58

3.1 Configuring Basic MO Call Number Analysis Data


This section describes how to configure the basic MO call number analysis data.

Note:
Only end offices need to configure the number analysis selector for MO calls (by setting
the number analysis selector template).

Context
For the basic configuration flow for MO call number analysis, refer to Table 3-1.

Table 3-1 MO Call Number Analysis Configuration Flow

Step Operation Reference

1 Adjust originating number Step 1.

2 (Optional) Create number transform index Step 2.

3 Create number pre-analysis Step 3.

4 (Optional) Configure first called number analysis. Step 4.

5 (Optional) Obtain the special service number. Step 5.

6 (Optional) Configure ERC number analysis data. Step 6.

7 (Optional) Configure calling IMSI number analysis. Step 7.

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8 (Optional) Configure calling number analysis. Step 8.

9 Configure formal called number analysis. Step 9.

Steps
1. Run the SET VARVAL command to adjust originating number.
For the main parameters in the SET VARVAL command, refer to Table 3-2.

Table 3-2 SET VARVAL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

ID Variable ID Mandatory. Range: 1 to 65535.


l The ID of the International calling dial method
variable is 1064.
l The ID of the Dialed Number with International
Prefix+local CC Mode Control variable is 1090.
l The ID of the Whether to delete home MCC where
analysis the MSISDN variable is 1020.
l The ID of the Dialed number with International
prefix + local CC + national prefix mode control
variable is 1103.

VAL Variable Value Mandatory. Range: 0 to 4294967295. Set the value


according to the actual situation.

Note:

Run the SHOW VARINFO command to query the variable descriptions.

For example, modify the variables to adjust originating number.


SET VARVAL:ID=1064,VAL=3;

SET VARVAL:ID=1090,VAL=1;
SET VARVAL:ID=1020,VAL=1;

SET VARVAL:ID=1103,VAL=1;
2. (Optional) Run the ADD DDI command to create number transform index.

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Note:
The number transform index configures the basic number transform mode, which is
used in number analysis configuration.

For the main parameters in the ADD DDI command, refer to Table 3-3.

Table 3-3 ADD DDI Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Name Parameter Description Instruction

DDI Number Transform Index Mandatory. Range: 1 to 4096.


This parameter uniquely identifies a
number transform.

NAME Alias Optional. Range: 0 to 50 characters.


This parameter specifies a number
transform.

MTHD Digit Transform Mode, including: Optional. Select according to the


l ADD: Add Number actual situation.
l DEL: Delete Number
l OVR: Modify Number
l REP: Replace
l ORG: No Transform_G
l HCODE: H Code Transform

OFFSET Start Position Of The Digit Optional. Range: 0 to 48. Default:


1. This parameter specifies the start
position of number transform.

LENGTH Deleted/Modified Digit Length Optional. Range: 0 to 48. Default:


0. This parameter specifies the
length of the number to be deleted
or modified.

DN Added/Modified/Replaced Number Optional. Range: 0 to 40 characters.


This parameter specifies the number
to be added or replaced.

NEWNAT New Address Nature, including: Optional. This parameter is usually


l DEF: Default attribute set to DEF (default attribute), so that
l INT: International number the number attribute is not changed.
l NAT: Domestic number
l LOC: Local number
l NES: Network specific nature
l UNK: Attribute unknown

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Parameter Name Parameter Description Instruction

PI Presentation Indicator, including: Optional. Default: PASS.


l PA: Presentation allowed
l PR: Presentation restricted
l NO: Address not available
l REV_11: Reserve (03)
l PASS: Pass

IC Incomplete Indicator, including: Optional. Default: PASS.


l COM: Complete
l INC: Incomplete
l PASS: Pass

NEWTYPE New Number Type Optional, range: 0 to 255.

For example, create number transform index, add 0086 in front of the first digit of the
number.
ADD DDI:DDI=1,MTHD=ADD,OFFSET=1,LENGTH=0,DN="0086",NEWNAT=DEF,PI
=PASS,IC=PASS,NEWTYPE=0;
3. Configure number pre-analysis data.
a. Run the ADD PREDAS command to create pre-analysis selectors, including
called number pre-analysis selector, calling number pre-analysis selector and
international number pre-analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the ADD PREDAS command, refer to Table 3-4.

Table 3-4 ADD PREDAS Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Name Parameter Description Instruction

PREDAS Number Pre-analysis Selector Mandatory. Range: 1 to 1000.


Set it according to the number
pre-analysis planning.

PREDASTYPE Selector Type, including: Optional. Select according to the


l CALLED: called number actual situation.
pre-analysisselector
l CALLING: calling number
pre-analysisselector
l INTERNATIONAL:
international number
pre-analysisselector

For example, create pre-analysis selectors.


ADD PREDAS:PREDAS=1,PREDASTYPE="CALLED";
ADD PREDAS:PREDAS=2,PREDASTYPE="CALLING";
ADD PREDAS:PREDAS=3,PREDASTYPE="INTERNATIONAL";

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b. Configure how to obtain pre-analysis selectors.


l Run the SET LDASTMPLT command to set the default DAS template of the
local office.

Note:
If the virtual MSC is not configured, or the number analysis selector for the
corresponding service is not configured in the number analysis selector
template configured in the virtual MSC, the ZXUN iCX(MSCS) automatically
selects the number analysis selector configured in the default number
analysis selector template.

For the main parameters in the SET LDASTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-5.

Table 3-5 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

PREDAS Originating Number Optional. Range: 0 to 1000. Set this


Pre-analysis Selector parameter to the number pre-analysis selector
configured in the ADD PREDAS command.
NC International Number
Pre-analysis Selector

For example, set the default DAS template of the local office, the originating
number pre-analysis selector is 1, and the international number pre-analysis
selector is 3.
SET LDASTMPLT:PREDAS=1,NC=3;
l Run the ADD ACRTMPLT command to create a DAS template.

Note:

Usually, you should configure a different number analysis selector template


for each virtual MSC. If virtual MSCs are not distinguished, the default number
analysis selector template is used.

For the main parameters in the ADD ACRTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-6.

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Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

TPLIDX Analysis Selector Mandatory. Range: 1 to 65535.


Template Index

PREDAS Originating Number Optional. Range: 0 to 1000. Set this


Pre-analysis Selector parameter to the number pre-analysis selector
configured in the ADD PREDAS command.
NC International Number
Pre-analysis Selector

For example, set the DAS template, the originating number pre-analysis
selector is 1, and the international number pre-analysis selector is 3.
ADD ACRTMPLT:TPLIDX=1,PREDAS=1,NC=3;

c. (Optional) Run the SET VMSC command to modify virtual MSC.

Note:
If the virtual MSC is configured, you also need to associate the number analysis
selector template ID configured in the virtual MSC.

For the main parameters in the SET VMSC command, refer to Table 3-7.

Table 3-7 SET VMSC Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

VMSCID Virtual MSC Index Mandatory. Select the virtual MSC index
configured in the ADD VMSC command.

DASTPL Template Of Number Optional. Select the analysis selector template


Analysis Selector ID index configured in the ADD ACRTMPLT
command.

For example, modify virtual MSC and the DASTPL is 1.

SET VMSC:VMSCID=1,DASTPL=1;

d. Run the ADD TPPREDNAL command to create called number pre-analysisdata.


For the main parameters in the ADD TPPREDNAL command, refer to Table 3-8.

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Table 3-8 ADD TPPREDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

TP- Called Number Pre-analysis Mandatory. Type it configured in the ADD


PREDAS Selector PREDAS command.

DIGIT Analyzed Number Mandatory. Range: 1~40 digits.

RST Pre-analysis Result, including: Optional. Select according to the actual


l OVER: End Pre-analysis, situation.
No More Analysis l When it is OVER, number
l REFUSE: End pre-analysisends normally, and
Pre-analysis, Refuse the subsequent number analysisis
Calling performed.
l OPPREDNAL: Analysis l When it is REFUSE, the call is
in Calling Number processed as being rejected during
Pre-analysis Selector number pre-analysis. Play Tone can
l DDIDNAL: Analysis after be configured to determine whether to
Number transform of play tones. If Play Tone is configured
Called Number to Yes, Call Failure Code can be
configured to determine what tone is to
be played.
l When it is OPPREDNAL, Calling
Number Pre-analysis Selector needs
to be configured to perform calling
number pre-analysis.
l When it is DDIDNAL, Called Number
Transform Index needs to be
configured, and the transformed
number can still be used for called
number pre-analysis.

OP- Calling Number Pre-analysis Optional. Type it configured in the ADD


PREDAS Selector PREDAS command.

PT Play Tone Optional. Select Yes or No.

ICPCODE Call Failure Code Optional. Select according to the actual


situation.

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Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

OPDDI Calling Number Transform Optional. Type it configured in the ADD


Index DDI command.

TPDDI Called Number Transform


Index

OPDLYDDI Calling Number Delay


Transform Index

TPDLYDDI Called Number Delay


Transform Index

BILLOPDDI Bill Calling Number Transform


Index

BILLTPDDI Bill Called Number Transform


Index

For example, create called number pre-analysis. The TPPREDAS is 1, the


called number is 8613912345 and the pre-analysis result is OPPREDNAL, and
OPPREDAS is 2.
ADD TPPREDNAL:TPPREDAS=1,DIGIT="8613912345",RST="OPPREDNAL",O
PPREDAS=2;
e. (Optional) Run the ADD OPPREDNAL command to create called number
pre-analysisdata.
For the main parameters in the ADD OPPREDNAL command, refer to Table 3-9.
Table 3-9 ADD OPPREDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

OP- Calling Number Pre-analysis Mandatory. Type it configured in the ADD


PREDAS Selector PREDAS command.

DIGIT Analyzed Number Mandatory. Range: 1~40 digits.

RST Pre-analysis Result, including: Optional. Select according to the actual


l OVER: End Pre-analysis, situation.
No More Analysis l When it is OVER, number
l REFUSE: End pre-analysisends normally, and
Pre-analysis, Refuse the subsequent number analysisis
Calling performed.
l TPPREDNAL: Analysis l When it is REFUSE, the call is
in Called Number processed as being rejected during
Pre-analysis Selector number pre-analysis. Play Tone can
be configured to determine whether to
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Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

to Yes, Call Failure Code can be


configured to determine what tone is to
be played.
l When it is TPPREDNAL, Called
Number Pre-analysis Selector needs
to be configured to perform called
number pre-analysis.

TP- Called Number Pre-analysis Optional. Type it configured in the ADD


PREDAS Selector PREDAS command.

PT Play Tone Optional. Select Yes or No.

ICPCODE Call Failure Code Optional. Select according to the actual


situation.

OPDDI Calling Number Transform Optional. Type it configured in the ADD


Index DDI command.

TPDDI Called Number Transform


Index

OPDLYDDI Calling Number Delay


Transform Index

TPDLYDDI Called Number Delay


Transform Index

BILLOPDDI Bill Calling Number Transform


Index

BILLTPDDI Bill Called Number Transform


Index

For example, create calling number pre-analysis. The OPPREDAS is 2, the calling
number is 8613912300 and the pre-analysis result is OVER.
ADD OPPREDNAL:OPPREDAS=2,DIGIT="8613912300";
4. (Optional) Configure first called number analysis.
a. Run the ADD ENTR command to create a number analysis entrance.
For the main parameters in the ADD ENTR command, refer to Table 3-10.

Table 3-10 ADD ENTR Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Name Parameter Description Instruction

ID Analyzer Entry Mandatory. Range: 1 to


10000. Set this parameter
according to the number
analysis planning.

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Parameter Name Parameter Description Instruction

TYPE Analyzer Entry Type, including options: Optional. For MS-originating


l NEWSRV: Number analyzer for selectors, set this parameter
new service to SPECSRV, LOCAL,
l CENTREX: Centrex number NATIONAL, and INTER.
analyzer
l PRINET: Private network number
analyzer
l SPECSRV: Special service
number analyzer
l LOCAL: Local number analyzer
l NATIONAL: Domestic toll number
analyzer
l INTER: International toll number
analyzer

NTYPE Analyzer Number Type, including Optional. For MS-originating


l CALLED: analysis on called selectors, set this parameter
numbers to CALLED.
l CALLING: analysis on calling
numbers
l FORWARD: analysis on calling
numbers during call forwarding
l OPIMSI: analysis on calling IMSI
numbers
l TPIMSI: analysis on called IMSI
numbers
l FWDIMSI: analysis on IMSI
numbers during call forwarding
l RDCALLED: Redirecting number
analysis
l RTIMSI: Route Query Calling IMSI
Analysis
l RTOPD: Route Query Calling
Number Analysis
l RTTPD: Route Query Called IMSI
Analysis
l RTFWDIMSI: Route Query
Redirecting IMSI Analysis
l RTFWD: Route Query Redirecting
Number Analysis
l RTLAC: Route query LAC analysis

For example, create a called number analysis entrance. The analyzer entry is 1,
and the analyzer number type is CALLED.

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ADD ENTR:ID=1,TYPE="LOCAL",NTYPE="CALLED";
b. Run the ADD DAS command to create a number analysis selector.

Note:
The DAS is the collection of various number analyzer entries, specifying the order
and rule of performing number analysis.

For the main parameters in the ADD DAS command, refer to Table 3-11.

Table 3-11 ADD DAS Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Name Parameter Description Instruction

ID Number Analysis Selector Mandatory. Range: 1 to 4096.


It is the index number of the
newly-added DAS.

NEWSRV New Service Analyzer Entry Optional. Range: 0 to 10000.


Default: 0. Select the analysis
CENTR CENTREX Analyzer Entry
entry configured in the ADD
PRINET Private-network Analyzer Entry
ENTR command.
SPECSRV Special-service Analyzer Entry

LOCAL Local-network Analyzer Entry

NATIONAL Domestic Analyzer Entry

INTER International Analyzer Entry

For example, create a number analysis selector. The number analysis selector is
1, and the local network analyzer entry is 1.
ADD DAS:ID=1,LOCAL=1;
c. Configure how to obtain analysis selectors.

Note:
The number analysis selector priority: Number analysis selector obtained from
query of cells and location areas MS-originating number analysis selector in
the template of number analysis selectors corresponding to the local VMSC
MS-originating number analysis selector in the global template of number analysis
selectors.

l Run the SET GCI command to modify GCI by associating the called number
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For the main parameters in the SET GCI command, refer to Table 3-12.

Table 3-12 SET GCI Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

LAIID Location Area ID Mandatory. Select the location area ID


configured in the ADD GCI command.

GCI Cell Identity Mandatory. Select the cell identity configured


in the ADD GCI command.

TPDAS Called Number Optional. Select the MS-originating selector


Selector configured in the ADD DAS command.

For example, modify GCI by associating the called number analysis selector
1.
SET GCI:LAIID=201,GCI="1000",TPDAS=1;
l Run the SET LAI command to modify LAI by associating the called number
analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the SET LAI command, refer to Table 3-13.

Table 3-13 SET LAI Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

ID Location Area ID Mandatory. Select the location area ID


configured in the ADD LAI command.

TPDAS Called Number Optional. Select the MS-originating selector


Selector configured in the ADD DAS command.

For example, modify LAI by associating the called number analysis selector
1.

SET LAI:ID=201,TPDAS=1;
l Run the SET LDASTMPLT command to set a MS-originating selector.

For the main parameters in the SET LDASTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-14.

Table 3-14 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

MS MS- Originating Selector Optional. Select the MS-originating selector


configured in the ADD DAS command

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For example, set the default DAS template of the local office, the MS-
originating selector is 1.
SET LDASTMPLT:MS=1;
l Run the SET ACRTMPLT command to set a MS-originating selector.
For the main parameters in the SET ACRTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-15.

Table 3-15 SET ACRTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

MS MS- Originating Selector Optional. Select the MS-originating selector


configured in the ADD DAS command

For example, set the DAS template, the MS- originating selector is 1.
SET ACRTMPLT:TPLIDX=1,MS=1;
5. (Optional) Obtain the special service number.
a. Run the ADD SSPN command to configure the Special Service Number and
Phone Number.
For the main parameters in the ADD SSPN command, refer to Table 3-16.

Table 3-16 ADD SSPN Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

SSPGID Special Service Phone Mandatory. Range: 1 to 65535


Group ID

SSNUM1~10 Special Service Number Optional. Type it according to the actual


1~10 situation.

PNUM1~10 Phone Number 1~10 Optional. Type it according to the actual


situation.

For example, create a special service group. The SSPGID is 1, the special service
number 1 is 114, and the phone number 1 is 52870114.

ADD SSPN:SSPGID=1,SSNUM1=114,PNUM1="52870114";
b. Configure how to obtain special service phone group ID.
l Run the SET GCI command to modify GCI by associating the special service
phone group ID.

For the main parameters in the SET GCI command, refer to Table 3-17.

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Table 3-17 SET GCI Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

LAIID Location Area ID Mandatory. Select the location area ID


configured in the ADD GCI command.

GCI Cell Identity Mandatory. Select the cell identity


configured in the ADD GCI command.

SSPGID Special Service Phone Optional. Select it configured in the ADD


Group ID SSPN command.

For example, modify GCI by associating the special service phone group ID
1.
SET GCI:LAIID=201,GCI="1000",SSPGID=1;
l Run the SET LAI command to modify LAI by associating the special service
phone group ID.

For the main parameters in the SET LAI command, refer to Table 3-18.

Table 3-18 SET LAI Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

ID Location Area ID Mandatory. Select the location area ID


configured in the ADD LAI command.

GSMSSPGID GSM Special Service Optional. Select it configured in the ADD


Phone Group ID SSPN command.

UMTSSSPGID UMTS Special Service Optional. Select it configured in the ADD


Phone Group ID SSPN command.

For example, modify LAI by associating the special service phone group ID.
The GSMSSPGID is 1, and the UMTSSSPGID is 1.
SET LAI:ID=201,GSMSSPGID=1,UMTSSSPGID=1;
6. (Optional) Configure ERC number analysis data.
a. Run the ADD RERTMODE command to create a re-routing method.
For the main parameters in the ADD RERTMODE command, refer to Table 3-19.

Table 3-19 ADD RERTMODE Command Parameter Description

Name Meaning Instructions

ID Re-routing Method Index Mandatory. Range: 1 to 512. It exclusively


identifies a re-routing method.

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FAILCODE Call Release Fail Code Mandatory. Range: 1 to 65535. Type ac-
cording to the actual situation.

CHDL Continue Call Handle, in- Optional. Type according to the actual situ-
cluding: ation.
l HOLD (Hold call)
l RELEASE (Release
call)

ICP Call Failure Code Optional. Type according to the actual sit-
uation. If the continue call handle method
received by the MSCS is RELEASE, the
MSCS will get the tone resource according
to the error type and then play the tone to
the calling user.

Q850CODE Update Q850 Fail Code Optional. Type according to the actual sit-
uation. If the continue call handle method
received by the MSCS is RELEASE, the
MSCS will originate the call release request
according to the update release reason up-
dated in this configuration (if it is not config-
ured, use the failure reason attached in the
REL message) after the play tone.

TRYMAX Retry Times Optional. It is an optional parameter within


1~4. Type according to the actual situation.
If the re-routing DAS is not 0, this option
must be configured.

TNM Called Number Method, Optional. Type according to the actual sit-
including: uation. If the re-routing DAS is not 0, this
l Normal option must be configured.
l MSRN+MSISDN
l MSISDN
l MSRN
l MSRN+INT MSISDN

DAS Re-routing DAS Optional. This parameter must be defined


by command ADD DAS at first.

GNM Generic Number Method, Optional. Type according to the actual sit-
including: uation. If the re-routing DAS is not 0, this
l Normal option must be configured.
l MCC+MNC
l IMSI
l TP_FWDOP
l No generic number

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For example, create a re-routing method, the re-routing method index is 1, the
continue call handle is HOLD, and the re-routing DAS is 2.
ADD RERTMODE:ID=1,FAILCODE=1,CHDL="HOLD",DAS=2;
b. Run the ADD RTCTRL command to create the route control policy.
For the main parameters in the ADD RTCTRL command, refer to Table 3-20.

Table 3-20 ADD RTCTRL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

ID Route control policy index Mandatory. Range: 1 to 1024. Type


according to the actual situation.

TNM Called Number Method, in- Mandatory. Select according to the actual
cluding: situation.
l Normal
l MSRN+MSISDN
l MSISDN
l MSRN
l MSRN+INT MSISDN

GNM Generic Number Method, Mandatory. Select according to the actual


including: situation.
l Normal
l MCC+MNC
l IMSI
l TP_FWDOP
l No generic number

RERT Rerouting method index Optional. This parameter must be defined


by command ADD RERTMODE at first.
Then it can be indexed here.

For example, create a route control policy.


ADD RTCTRL:ID=1,TNM="NORMAL",GNM="NORMAL",RERT=1;
c. Run the ADD ERCCTRL command to create a ERC control policy.
For the main parameters in the ADD ERCCTRL command, refer to Table 3-21.

Table 3-21 ADD ERCCTRL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

Enhanced Routing Cate- Mandatory. Range: 1 to 1024. It indicates


ID gory Index the ERC control policy

MO Route Control Policy Optional. Select ADD RTCTRL.


MORTIDX Index

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Name

MT Route Control Policy Optional. Select ADD RTCTRL.


MTRTIDX Index

CF Route Control Policy Optional. Select ADD RTCTRL.


CFRTIDX Index

Collect Call Barring Select it according to the actual situation.


Method, including AL- The default value is ALLOW.
CCBAR LOWLIMIT

For example, create a ERC control policy, the MO route control policy index is 1.
ADD ERCCTRL:ID=1,MORTIDX=1;
d. Run the ADD IMSIINDEX command to create a IMSI index.
For the main parameters in the ADD IMSIINDEX command, refer to Table 3-22.

Table 3-22 ADD IMSIINDEX Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

IMSI IMSI Segment Mandatory. Type the IMSI number


according to the actual situation.

IMSIIDX IMSI Index Mandatory. Range: 1 to 65534. Type the


IMSI index according to the plan.

For example, create the relationship between a IMSI segment and a IMSI index.
ADD IMSIINDEX:IMSI="46007",IMSIIDX=1;
e. Run the ADD ERC command to create a ERC.
For the main parameters in the ADD ERC command, refer to Table 3-23.

Table 3-23 ADD ERC Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

IMSIIDX IMSI Index Optional. Range: 1 to 65535. This parameter must


be defined by command ADD IMSIINDEX at first.
Then it can be indexed here.

Name User alias Mandatory. Range: 1 to 40 characters.

RC Protocol Criterion Optional. Type the protocol criterion routing category


Routing Category defined in HLR.

TG Trunk Group Optional. Type according to the actual situation.


Number

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VMSCIDX Virtual MSC Index Optional. Type according to the actual situation.

Location Area Optional. Type according to the actual situation.


LAC Code

ERCIDX Enhanced Routing Mandatory. This parameter must be defined by


Category Index command ADD ERCCTRL at first. Then it can be
indexed here.

For example, create a ERC.


ADD ERC:IMSIIDX=1,NAME="46007",TG=11,LAC="1",MCC="460",MNC="07",V
MSCIDX=1,ERCIDX=1;
7. (Optional) Configure calling IMSI number analysis.
a. Run the ADD ENTR command to create a calling IMSI number analysis entrance.
For the main parameters in the ADD ENTR command, refer to Table 3-24.

Table 3-24 ADD ENTR Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

ID Analyzer Entry Mandatory. Range: 1 to 10000. Set this


parameter according to the number analysis
planning.

TYPE Analyzer Entry Type Optional. Select according to the actual situation.

NTYPE Analyzer Number Type Optional. For calling IMSI number, set this
parameter to OPIMSI.

For example, create a calling IMSI number analysis entrance. The analyzer entry
is 2, and the analyzer number type is OPIMSI.
ADD ENTR:ID=2,TYPE="LOCAL",NTYPE="OPIMSI";
b. Run the ADD DAS command to create a calling IMSI number analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the ADD DAS command, refer to Table 3-11.
For example, create a calling IMSI number analysis selector. The number analysis
selector is 2, and the local network analyzer entry is 2.
ADD DAS:ID=2,LOCAL=2;
c. Configure how to obtain analysis selectors.
l Run the SET LDASTMPLT command to set a calling IMSI number analysis
selector.
For the main parameters in the SET LDASTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-25.

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Table 3-25 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

IMSIOP- Calling IMSI Number Optional. Select the calling IMSI number
DAS Selector analysis selector configured in the ADD DAS
command.

For example, set the default DAS template of the local office, the calling IMSI
number analysis selector is 2.
SET LDASTMPLT:IMSIOPDAS=2;
l Run the SET ACRTMPLT command to set a calling IMSI number analysis
selector.
For the main parameters in the SET ACRTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-26.

Table 3-26 SET ACRTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

IMSIOP- Calling IMSI Number Optional. Select the calling IMSI number
DAS Selector analysis selector configured in the ADD DAS
command.

For example, set the DAS template, the calling IMSI number analysis selector
is 1.
SET ACRTMPLT:TPLIDX=1,IMSIOPDAS=2;
d. Run the ADD OPIMSIDNAL command to create a calling IMSI analysis.
For the main parameters in the ADD OPIMSIDNAL command, refer to Table 3-27.

Table 3-27 ADD OPIMSIDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

ENTR Analyzer Entry Mandatory. Type a calling IMSI number analysis


entrance.

DIGIT Analyzed Number Mandatory. Type a calling IMSI number.

DISDAS1 First Half-Call Distribution Optional. Type a calling IMSI number analysis
Selector selector.

DISDAS2 Second Half-Call Optional. Type a calling IMSI number analysis


Distribution Selector selector.

RATIO Distribution Rate(10%) Optional. Controlled the distribution rate between


DISDAS1 and DISDAS2.

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For example, create a calling IMSI analysis.


ADD OPIMSIDNAL:ENTR=2,DIGIT="4600712345";
8. (Optional) Configure calling number analysis.
a. Run the ADD ENTR command to create a calling number analysis entrance.
For the main parameters in the ADD ENTR command, refer to Table 3-28.

Table 3-28 ADD ENTR Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

ID Analyzer Entry Mandatory. Range: 1 to 10000. Set this


parameter according to the number analysis
planning.

TYPE Analyzer Entry Type Optional. Select according to the actual


situation.

NTYPE Analyzer Number Type Optional. For calling number, set this
parameter to CALLING.

For example, create a calling number analysis entrance. The analyzer entry is 3,
and the analyzer number type is CALLING.
ADD ENTR:ID=3,TYPE="LOCAL",NTYPE="CALLING";
b. Run the ADD DAS command to create a calling IMSI number analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the ADD DAS command, refer to Table 3-11.
For example, create a calling number analysis selector. The number analysis
selector is 3, and the local network analyzer entry is 3.
ADD DAS:ID=3,LOCAL=3;
c. Configure how to obtain analysis selectors.
l Run the SET LDASTMPLT command to set a calling number analysis
selector.
For the main parameters in the SET LDASTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-29.

Table 3-29 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

CNG Calling Number Analysis Optional. Select the calling number analysis
Selector selector configured in the ADD DAS
command.

For example, set the default DAS template of the local office, the calling
number analysis selector is 3.

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SET LDASTMPLT:CNG=3;
l Run the SET ACRTMPLT command to set a calling IMSI number analysis
selector.
For the main parameters in the SET ACRTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-30.

Table 3-30 SET ACRTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

CNG Calling Number Analysis Optional. Select the calling number analysis
Selector selector configured in the ADD DAS
command.

For example, set the DAS template, the calling number analysis selector is 3.
SET ACRTMPLT:TPLIDX=1,CNG=3;
d. Run the ADD OPDNAL command to create a calling number analysis.
For the main parameters in the ADD OPDNAL command, refer to Table 3-31.

Table 3-31 ADD OPDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

ENTR Analyzer Entry Mandatory. Type a calling number


analysis entrance.

DIGIT Analyzed Number Mandatory. Type a calling number.

CAT Call Service Types, including: Optional. Default: NONE,


l NONE: Null Number implements calling-number
l OVMO: OVERLAY MO-Triggered distribution.
CAMEL Service
l HONET: Home Network
Authenticated User
l SSSP: Independent SSP
Outgoing Service
l INAPOVERLAY: INAP Triggered
By Overlay

DISDAS1 First Half-Call Distribution Selector Optional. Type a calling number


analysis selector.

DISDAS2 Second Half-Call Distribution Selector Optional. Type a calling number


analysis selector.

For example, create a calling analysis.


ADD OPDNAL:ENTR=3,DIGIT="13912300",CAT="NONE",RST1=0;

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9. Configure formal called number analysis.


a. Run the ADD ENTR command to create a number analysis entrance.
For the main parameters in the ADD ENTR command, refer to Table 3-10.
For example, create a called number analysis entrance. The analyzer entry is 1,
and the analyzer number type is CALLED.
ADD ENTR:ID=1,TYPE="LOCAL",NTYPE="CALLED";
b. Run the ADD DAS command to create a number analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the ADD DAS command, refer to Table 3-11.
For example, create a number analysis selector. The number analysis selector is
1, and the local network analyzer entry is 1.
ADD DAS:ID=1,LOCAL=1;
c. Configure how to obtain analysis selectors.

Note:
The number analysis selector priority: DISDAS1 and DISDAS2 obtained from a
calling IMSI analysis DISDAS1 and DISDAS2 obtained from a calling number
analysis Number analysis selector obtained from query of cells and location
areas MS-originating number analysisselector in the template of number
analysis selectors corresponding to the local VMSC MS-originating number
analysisselector in the global template of number analysis selectors.

l Run the SET OPIMSIDNAL command to modify a calling IMSI analysis.


For the main parameters in the SET OPIMSIDNAL command, refer to Table
3-32.

Table 3-32 SET OPIMSIDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

DISDAS1 First Half-Call Optional. Type a calling IMSI number analysis


Distribution Selector selector.

DISDAS2 Second Half-Call Optional. Type a calling IMSI number analysis


Distribution Selector selector.

RATIO Distribution Rate(10%) Optional. Controlled the distribution rate


between DISDAS1 and DISDAS2.

For example, modify a calling IMSI analysis.


SET OPIMSIDNAL:ENTR=2,DIGIT="4600712345",DISDAS1=2,DISDAS2=3;

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l Run the SET OPDNAL command to modify a calling number analysis.


For the main parameters in the SET OPDNAL command, refer to Table 3-33.

Table 3-33 SET OPDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

ENTR Analyzer Entry Mandatory. Type a calling number


analysis entrance.

DIGIT Analyzed Number Mandatory. Type a calling number.

DISDAS1 First Half-Call Distribution Optional. Type a calling number analysis


Selector selector.

DISDAS2 Second Half-Call Distribution Optional. Type a calling number analysis


Selector selector.

For example, modify a calling analysis.


SET OPDNAL:ENTR=3,DIGIT="13912300",DISDAS1=2,DISDAS2=3;
l Run the SET GCI command to modify GCI by associating the called number
analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the SET GCI command, refer to Table 3-12.
For example, modify GCI by associating the called number analysis selector
1.
SET GCI:LAIID=201,GCI="1000",TPDAS=1;
l Run the SET LAI command to modify LAI by associating the called number
analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the SET LAI command, refer to Table 3-13.
For example, modify LAI by associating the called number analysis selector
1.
SET LAI:ID=201,TPDAS=1;
l Run the SET LDASTMPLT command to set a MS-originating selector.
For the main parameters in the SET LDASTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-14.
For example, set the default DAS template of the local office, the MS-
originating selector is 1.
SET LDASTMPLT:MS=1;
l Run the SET ACRTMPLT command to set a MS-originating selector.
For the main parameters in the SET ACRTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-15.
For example, set the DAS template, the MS- originating selector is 1.

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SET ACRTMPLT:TPLIDX=1,MS=1;

d. Run the ADD TPDNAL command to create called number analysis.

Note:
This command configures the number analysis for the called number prefix and
roaming number prefix. According to the analysis result of the called number, the
MSCS determines the service flow for follow-up calls.

For the main parameters in the ADD TPDNAL command, refer to Table 3-34.

Table 3-34 ADD TPDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

ENTR Analyzer entry Mandatory. Range: 1 to 10000. Select the


corresponding analyzer entry of the analyzed
number prefix. For local calls, select the
corresponding analyzer entry of the local number
analyzer.

DIGIT Analyzed number Mandatory. Range: 1 to 40 digits. Input the prefix


of the called number, whose length must make it
be distinguished in the local office. For intra-office
calls, it is required to configure both the prefix
of the called number and that of the local-office
roaming number.

SPECRST Special analysis result Optional. Range: 0 to 600. It is used to specify


rule the index number of the special analysis result
rule for the associated called number. This
parameter must be defined by command ADD
CEDSPECRL at first. Then it can be indexed here.
This parameter is configured to implement the
routing service based on number length. When the
system performs analysis on the called number,
it automatically matches the actual length of the
called number to see whether the length is within
the range of Special analysis result rule for called
numbers. If the length is within the range, the
system adopts the routing information in Special
analysis result of called numbers. Otherwise, the
system adopts the routing information in the called
number analysis.

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Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

SPECIDX Special analysis result Optional. Range: 0 to 262140. It is used to


index specify the index number of the special analysis
result of the associated called number. This
parameter must be defined by command ADD
SPECRST at first. Then it can be indexed here.
This parameter is configured to implement the
routing service based on number length. When the
system performs analysis on the called number,
it automatically matches the actual length of the
called number to see whether the length is within
the range of Special analysis result rule for called
numbers. If the length is within the range, the
system adopts the routing information in Special
analysis result of called numbers. Otherwise, the
system adopts the routing information in the called
number analysis.

CAT Call service types, for Optional. It is used to specify the service
the options, refer to type triggered by this number, and determine
Table 3-35 the direction of this call. The system adopts
NONE(Null number) by default.
l The called number of the local office is
analyzed to MSCO (MSC common service).
l The roaming number of the local office is
analyzed to MSLL (MSC local service).
l The roaming number of other office is
analyzed to MSLO (MSC local outgoing
service).

RST1 Number analysis result Optional.


1 l When the call service type is Null number,
local-network local-office/common service,
MSC local-network local-office service, Mobile
Number Portability (MNP), or H323 call,
number analysis result 1 must be fixed to 0.
When the call service type is outgoing call
or toll call, number analysis result 1 is used
to specify the index number of the outgoing
route chain.
l When the call service type is equal access:
CIC of the operator where the subscriber is
located or equal access: non-local-network
CIC, number analysis result 1 is used to

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Name Description

specify the index number of the outgoing


route chain.
l When the call service type is OVERLAY
prefix incoming service, number analysis
result 1 is used to specify the index number
of the outgoing route chain. When the call
service type is OVERLAY: CAMEL service
triggered by MO, or OVERLAY: CAMEL
service triggered by MT, number analysis
result 1 is used to specify the index number of
the outgoing route chain.
l When the call service type is IP service, IP
mobile service, or independent IP service
number analysis result 1 is used to specify the
index number of the outgoing route chain.
l When the call service type is MNP outgoing
routing number analysis result 1 is used to
specify the index number of the outgoing
route chain.
l When the call service type is Outgoing paid
special service or Outgoing free special
service, number analysis result 1 is used
to specify the index number of the outgoing
route chain.
The above-specified index number of the outgoing
route chain must be defined by command ADD
CHAIN at first. Then it can be indexed here.
When the call service type is Mobile emergency
special service, Local-office paid special
service or Local-office free special service,
number analysis result 1 is used to specify the
special-service number. This parameter must be
defined by command ADD SSPN at first. Then it
can be indexed here.
When the call service type is Tone play service,
CAT_SEND_TONE, number analysis result 1 is
used to specify the ID of the tone to be played.

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Name Description

RST2 Number analysis result Optional.


2 l It is used to specify the index number of
CAMEL access subscription information of the
calling subscriber. This parameter must be
defined by command ADD CAINFO at first.
Then it can be indexed here.
l When the call service type is equal access:
CIC of the operator where the subscriber is
located or equal access: non-local-network
CIC, this parameter must be configured.
l When the call service type is OVERLAY:
CAMEL service triggered by MO, or
OVERLAY: CAMEL service triggered by
MT, this parameter must be configured. When
the call service type is other types except the
above-listed, number analysis result 2 must
be fixed to 0.

RST3 Number analysis result Optional.


3 l It is used to specify the index number of
CAMEL access subscription information of
the called subscriber. This parameter must be
defined by command ADD CAINFO at first.
Then it can be indexed here.
l When the call service type is OVERLAY:
CAMEL service triggered by MO, or
OVERLAY: CAMEL service triggered by
MT, this parameter must be configured. When
the call service type is other types except the
above-listed, number analysis result 3 must
be fixed to 0.

CHAINAL Chain set Optional. Range: 0 to 65535. It is used to specify


the analysis index number of the route chain.
This parameter must be defined by command
ADD CHAINAL at first. Then it can be indexed.
This parameter takes effect only when the call
service type is outgoing service (including various
outgoing services). It priority is higher than that
of the outgoing route chain referred to in number
analysis result 1. Route chain analysis is an
intelligent routing policy better than the policy of
specifying a single route chain.

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Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

BACKCHAI- Backup chain set Optional. Range: 0 to 65535. It is used to specify


NAL the analysis index number of the route chain. This
parameter must be defined by command ADD
CHAINAL at first.

OVLYPRI OVERLAY priority, Optional. Default: NO. It is used to the priority


including: relationship between triggering the intelligent
l NO (No priority): service based on CSI and triggering the intelligent
Trigger the service based on OVERLAY. The system adopts
intelligent service No Priority by default. When the call service
based on CSI type is OVERLAY(CAMEL service triggered by
at first, and MO), this parameter is effective. Otherwise, this
then trigger the parameter is ineffective.
intelligent service
again based on
OVERLAY
l HCSI (Higher
than the CSI in
priority): Trigger
the intelligent
service based on
OVERLAY at first,
and then trigger
the intelligent
service again
based on CSI

TPDDI Called number Optional. Range: 0 to 4096. It is the number


transform index stream transform index of the called-number
immediate transform. Immediate transform
immediately makes the called number
transformed. This parameter must be defined
by command ADD DDI at first. Then it can be
indexed here.

TPDLYDDI Called number delays Optional. Range: 0 to 4096. It is the number


transform index stream transform index of the calling-number delay
transform. Delay transform takes effects in the IAM
message at the outgoing side instead of making
the calling number transformed immediately. This
parameter must be defined by command ADD DDI
at first. Then it can be indexed here.
According to the IAM message at the outgoing
side, perform the calling-number delay transform

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Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

here, and then perform the calling-number delay


transform in the number pre-analysis.

AUXDAS Assistant number Optional. Range: 0 to 4096. It is used to specify


analysis selector the DAS for analyzing the called number again
when the call service type is outgoing service,
and when the connection between the local office
and the mutually-backed-up office is broken in
the mutual backup dual-homing networking. This
parameter must be defined by command ADD
DAS at first. Then it can be indexed here.

ENOPT Enabled options. Refer Optional. In general, select NTC and NCEL.
to Table 3-36 for details

OPPMGWID Opposite MGW ID Optional. Range: 0 to 16 digits. It is used


to specify between which opposite-end MGW
and the local MGW the TDM backup route is
adopted. The QoSs between the local MGW and
all opposite-end MGWs can be found through
automatic test calls. When the QoS difference
between the opposite-end MGW and the local
MGW is specified, the call adopts the TDM backup
route.

RERTS Automatic rerouting Optional. Range: 0 to 65535. It is used to specify


chain set group the re-routing route chain ID. This parameter must
be defined by command ADD RERTS at first.
Then it can be indexed here. When flag RRTO
in enabled options takes effect, the re-routing
route chain takes effect too. For an outgoing call
procedure, if the call fails, and the corresponding
failure cause is configured with Enabling rerouting
for failure in the R_ICP configuration, re-select
the route from this route chain according to the
re-routing route chain. For an incoming call using
ISUP, TUP, or BICC signaling, when the call
procedure is an outgoing procedure, and the call
fails before the IAM message is sent, the re-routing
route chain serves as the standby route, and is
not controlled by RRTO.
If route chain analysis is configured, the re-routing
route chain here is invalid. In this case, use the
re-routing route chain configured in the route chain
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Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

GNM Generic Number Optional, default: NORMAL.


Method, including
options:
l NORMAL
l MCC_MNC:
MCC+MNC
l IMSI
l TP_FWDOP
l NONEL: No
Generic Number

HOPDAS Next Number Analysis Optional, range: 0 to 4096, default: 0.


Selector

RERT Method Index Optional, range: 0 to 512, default: 0.

Table 3-35 Call Service Types

Call Service Types Meanings

NONE Null Number

MSLO MSC Local Outgoing Service _G

LOL Local Network Outgoing Service

LORU Local Network Outgoing/Rural(Network) Call Service

DWTM Domestic Toll (Within Macro Cell) Manual Service

DWTA Domestic Toll (Within Macro Cell) Auto-Service

DBTM Domestic Toll (Between Macro Cell) Manual Service

DBTA Domestic Toll (Between Macro Cell) Auto-Service

INTM International Toll Manual Service

INTA International Toll Automatic Service

LSPA Paid Special Service Of The Current Office

LSFR Free Special Service Of The Current Office

OUPA Outgoing Paid Special Service

OUFR Outgoing Free Special Service

CENTL Local Call Within The CENTREX Business Group

CENTO Outgoing Call Within The CENTREX Business Group

EQACL Equal Access: CIC Of The Subscribed Operator_G

EQACO Equal Access: Non-Local-Network CIC_G

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STONE Announcement Service,CAT_SEND_TONE

DDCI DDC Direct Collect Incoming_G

DDCC DDC Local Direct Collect Call_G

DDCO DDC Direct Collect Outgoing_G

DDCCO DDC Local Collect Outgoing_G

MSLTE MSC Domestic Toll(Roaming Number)

MSITE MSC International Toll(Roaming Number)

IP IP Fixed Service

SSP SSP Charging And Querying Service

IPMO IP Mobile Service

ALIP Independent IP Service

OVMO OVERLAY: MO-Triggered CAMEL Service

OVMT OVERLAY: MT-Triggered CAMEL Service

MNP Mobile Number Portability

MNPR Mobile Number Portability Routing

MOIMC Special Service Of Mobile Emergency_G

E911FREE E911 Free Special Service Of The Current Office

HONET HONET_G

SSSP Independent SSP Outgoing Service_G

IGWA IGW Supplement Service_G

DASA Selector Analysis Service(Virtual IGW)_G

OCIC Local Valid CIC Service_G

OUPAOD Outgoing Paid Special Service(Can Dial When Overdue)_G

LINTS Current Office Intelligent Service_G

SHLRQ SHLR Querying Service_G

IGWC IGW Common Service_G

ISSPQ IGW SSP Charging And Querying Service_G

LOCALLOST Local Outgoing Lost Hint

IGWOV IGW OVERLAY Prefix Service Of The Current Office_G

IGWDDCIN IGW DDC Direct Collect Incoming_G

IGWDDCLOCAL IGW DDC Local Direct Collect Call_G

OVPRE OVERLAY prefix incoming service_G

OVCS OVERLAY calling service_G

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MSCO MSC common service_G

MSLL MSC local and current office service(Roaming number)_G

TEST Test call_G

LNP Local Number Portability_G

LNPR Local Number Portability Routing_G

PPSCARD PPS Card Service

MRBMON MRB Tone Monitor

MSCRELCALL MSCS Call Release Service

MNPSCNDQRY MNP second query

INAPCS1 INAP CS1 service

INAPCS2 INAP CS2 service

OVSPMT OVERLAY: MT-Triggered CAMEL Service, Trigger CAMEL first then


get routing information

CALLERCRBT Caller CRBT Service

CALLEDCRBT Called CRBT Service

RBT Ring Back Tone

INAPOVERLAY INAP Triggered By Overlay

SDCQRY SDC Query Service

Table 3-36 Enabled Options

Enabled Options Meanings

CHGK Change Calling User Kind

CEC Charge as emergency call

CHGN Number Change By The Subscriber

MAIL 166 Voice Mailbox Service_G

RRTO Reroute After Outgoing Failure

NUMLEN Estimate Number Length_G

NOLMTLEN No Limited Time Length For Tone_G

IGFWD Ignore Redirection Info In Outgoing Call_G

ECL Use Emergency Call Level_G

NTC Not Trigger Calling The Intelligent Service_G

NCEL Monitoring Number Incoming_G

LSIN Interception number incoming

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Enabled Options Meanings

CON Early Send Connect Message (IGW Only)_G

SHLRF Not Trigger SHLR Query_G

SHLRG Over Net Number In SHLR_G

JUDG Need Judge IP Resource_G

REBO Restrain HOMEBOX Operation_G

TCUG Indicates whether to trigger trunk CUG limit

LONGNUMCUT Cut Over length Number

ANSAN Answer The Call When Play Announcement_G

NCALLEDMODE Called subscriber can not accept ClearMode call.

SLOC Add special location SPECLOCNUM in location number parameter.

LACINCNUM Add LAC in called number parameter. LACINCNUM will be valid


only in outgoing call service.

OMITFPLIMIT Omit fraud profile time limit

HDRTT Support specific header transparent transfer

BODYTT Support specific message body transparent transfer

CONTINU- BICC and SIP incoming call a special number to continue playback
OUS_PLAY_TONE

FILTERLOCALCDR Filter local party CDR

FORKING Support forking

SUPPORT_SEND- Support send tone with CAMEL


TONE_CAMEL

CALLEDCTRL Called Control

SEND_CCL Send CCL

SEND_SUS Send SUS

SEND_RES Send Res

IMSMNP IMS MNP Query Call Proxied by MGCF

INAPTRANSITBILL Support INAP Transit Charge

For example, create a called number analysis.

ADD TPDNAL:ENTR=1,DIGIT="13900001234",CAT="MSCO";

ADD TPDNAL:ENTR=1,DIGIT="12345000",CAT="LOL",RST1=1,MINLEN=8,MA
XLEN=8,NAT="LOC";

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3.2 Configuring MO Emergency Call Number Analysis


Data
This section describes how to configure the MO emergency call number analysis data.

Context
For the basic configuration flow for MO emergency call number analysis, refer to Table
3-37.

Table 3-37 MO Emergency Call Number Analysis Configuration Flow

Step Operation Reference

1 Obtain the number of an emergency call center Step 1.

2 Create number pre-analysis Step 2.

3 Configure called number analysis. Step 3.

Steps
1. Obtain the number of an emergency call center.

a. Run the ADD ECC command to obtain the number of an emergency call center.

For the main parameters in the ADD ECC command, refer to Table 3-38.

Table 3-38 ADD ECC Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

ECCIDX Emergency Call Center Mandatory. Range: 0 to 255. Set it


Index according to the planning.

SERVTYPE Emergency Call Service Mandatory. Select according to the actual


Type situation.

ECC Emergency Call Center Mandatory. Type according to the actual


Number situation.

For example, obtain the number of an emergency call center. The ECCIDX is 1,
and ECC is 110.

ADD ECC:ECCIDX=1,SERVTYPE="POLICE",ECC="110";
b. Configure how to obtain an emergency call center index.

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Note:
For the call accessed through the 3G network, first obtain the emergency call index
of the SAI, and obtain the LAI if failing to obtain the emergency call index.
For the call accessed through the 2G network, first obtain the emergency call index
of the GCI, and obtain the LAI if failing to obtain the emergency call index.

l Run the SET SAI command to obtain the emergency call center index from
the SAI.
For the main parameters in the SET SAI command, refer to Table 3-39.

Table 3-39 SET SAI Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

LAIID Location Area ID Mandatory. Select the location area ID


configured in the ADD SAI command.

SAC Service Area Code(hex) Mandatory. Select the cell identity


configured in the ADD SAI command.

ECCIDX Emergency Call Index Optional. Select it configured in the ADD


ECC command.

For example, obtain the emergency call center index from the SAI.
SET SAI:LAIID=201,SAC="1000",ECCIDX=1;
l Run the SET GCI command to obtain the emergency call center index from
the GCI.
For the main parameters in the SET GCI command, refer to Table 3-40.

Table 3-40 SET GCI Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

LAIID Location Area ID Mandatory. Select the location area ID


configured in the ADD GCI command.

GCI Cell Identity Mandatory. Select the cell identity


configured in the ADD GCI command.

ECCIDX Emergency Call Index Optional. Select it configured in the ADD


ECC command.

For example, obtain the emergency call center index from the GCI.
SET GCI:LAIID=201,GCI="1000",ECCIDX=1;

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l (Optional) Run the SET LAI command to obtain the emergency call center
index from the LAI.
For the main parameters in the SET LAI command, refer to Table 3-41.

Table 3-41 SET LAI Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

ID Location Area ID Mandatory. Select the location area ID


configured in the ADD LAI command.

ECCIDX Emergency Call Index Optional. Select it configured in the ADD


ECC command.

For example, obtain the emergency call center index from the LAI.
SET LAI:ID=201,ECCIDX=1;
2. Configure number pre-analysis data.
a. Run the ADD PREDAS command to create pre-analysis selectors, including
called number pre-analysis selector, calling number pre-analysis selector and
international number pre-analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the ADD PREDAS command, refer to Table 3-4.
For example, create pre-analysis selectors.
ADD PREDAS:PREDAS=1,PREDASTYPE="CALLED";
ADD PREDAS:PREDAS=2,PREDASTYPE="CALLING";
ADD PREDAS:PREDAS=3,PREDASTYPE="INTERNATIONAL";
b. Configure how to obtain pre-analysis selectors.
l Run the SET LDASTMPLT command to set the default DAS template of the
local office.
For the main parameters in the SET LDASTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-5.
For example, set the default DAS template of the local office, the originating
number pre-analysis selector is 1, and the international number pre-analysis
selector is 3.
SET LDASTMPLT:PREDAS=1,NC=3;
l Run the ADD ACRTMPLT command to create a DAS template.
For the main parameters in the ADD ACRTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-6.
For example, set the DAS template, the originating number pre-analysis
selector is 1, and the international number pre-analysis selector is 3.
ADD ACRTMPLT:TPLIDX=1,PREDAS=1,NC=3;

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c. Run the ADD TPPREDNAL command to create called number pre-analysisdata.


For the main parameters in the ADD TPPREDNAL command, refer to Table 3-8.
For example, create called number pre-analysis. The TPPREDAS is 1, the
called number is 8613912345 and the pre-analysis result is OPPREDNAL, and
OPPREDAS is 2.
ADD TPPREDNAL:TPPREDAS=1,DIGIT="8613912345",RST="OPPREDNAL",O
PPREDAS=2;
d. (Optional) Run the ADD OPPREDNAL command to create called number
pre-analysisdata.
For the main parameters in the ADD OPPREDNAL command, refer to Table 3-9.
For example, create calling number pre-analysis. The OPPREDAS is 2, the calling
number is 8613912300 and the pre-analysis result is OVER.
ADD OPPREDNAL:OPPREDAS=2,DIGIT="8613912300";
3. Configure formal called number analysis.
a. Run the ADD ENTR command to create a number analysis entrance.
For the main parameters in the ADD ENTR command, refer to Table 3-10.
For example, create a called number analysis entrance. The analyzer entry is 1,
and the analyzer number type is CALLED.
ADD ENTR:ID=1,TYPE="LOCAL",NTYPE="CALLED";
b. Run the ADD DAS command to create a number analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the ADD DAS command, refer to Table 3-11.
For example, create a number analysis selector. The number analysis selector is
1, and the local network analyzer entry is 1.
ADD DAS:ID=1,LOCAL=1;
c. Configure how to obtain analysis selectors.

Note:
The number analysis selector priority: Number analysis selector obtained from
query of cells and location areas MS-originating number analysis selector in
the template of number analysis selectors corresponding to the local VMSC
MS-originating number analysis selector in the global template of number analysis
selectors.

l Run the SET GCI command to modify GCI by associating the called number
analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the SET GCI command, refer to Table 3-12.

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For example, modify GCI by associating the called number analysis selector
1.
SET GCI:LAIID=201,GCI="1000",TPDAS=1;
l Run the SET LAI command to modify LAI by associating the called number
analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the SET LAI command, refer to Table 3-13.
For example, modify LAI by associating the called number analysis selector
1.
SET LAI:ID=201,TPDAS=1;

l Run the SET LDASTMPLT command to set a MS-originating selector.


For the main parameters in the SET LDASTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-14.

For example, set the default DAS template of the local office, the MS-
originating selector is 1.
SET LDASTMPLT:MS=1;
l Run the SET ACRTMPLT command to set a MS-originating selector.
For the main parameters in the SET ACRTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-15.
For example, set the DAS template, the MS- originating selector is 1.
SET ACRTMPLT:TPLIDX=1,MS=1;

d. Run the ADD TPDNAL command to create called number analysis.


For the main parameters in the ADD TPDNAL command, refer to Table 3-42.

Table 3-42 ADD TPDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

ENTR Analyzer Entry Mandatory. Range: 1 to 10000. Select the


corresponding analyzer entry of the analyzed
number prefix.

DIGIT Analyzed Number Mandatory. Range: 1 to 40 digits. Input the prefix


of the called number, whose length must make it
be distinguished in the local office.

CAT Call Service Types Optional. It is used to specify the service type
triggered by this number, and determine the
direction of this call.

RST1 Number analysis result Optional. Select the outgoing route.


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Name Description

ENOPT Enabled options Optional. Select ECL (Use Emergency Call


Level_G).

For example, create a called number analysis.


ADD TPDNAL:ENTR=1,DIGIT="13900001234",CAT="MSCO";
ADD TPDNAL:ENTR=1,DIGIT="12345000",CAT="LOL",RST1=1,MINLEN=8,MA
XLEN=8,NAT="LOC";
End of Steps

3.3 Configuring Number Analysis Data for Incoming


Call Through Trunk
This section describes how to configure the number analysis data for incoming call through
trunk.

Note:
The number analysis selectors for incoming calls should be configured for end offices,
gateway offices, and tandem offices.

Context
For the basic configuration flow for incoming trunk number analysis, refer to Table 3-43.

Table 3-43 Number Analysis Configuration Flow for Incoming Call Through Trunk

Step Operation Reference

1 Configure an area code Step 1.

2 (Optional) Configure the super calling number set policy Step 2.

3 (Optional) Configure an immediate transformation of Step 3.


calling/called number in trunk.

4 Adjust the calling/called number Step 4.

5 Configure number pre-analysis data Step 5.

6 (Optional) Configure calling number analysis Step 6.

7 Configure called number analysis Step 7.

Steps
1. Configure an area code.

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To obtain an area code, you need to configure two items.


l Run the SET ADJOFC command to create an area code.
For the main parameters in the SET ADJOFC command, refer to Table 3-44.

Table 3-44 SET ADJOFC Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

ID Office ID Optional. Type it configured in the ADD


ADJOFC command.

RC Area Code Optional. Type according to the actual


situation.

For example, create an area code.


SET ADJOFC:ID=1,RC="025";
l Run the SET OPC command to create an area code.
For the main parameters in the SET OPC command, refer to Table 3-45.

Table 3-45 SET OPC Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

NET Office ID Optional. Type it configured in the ADD OPC


command.

RC Area Code Optional. Type according to the actual


situation.

For example, create an area code.


SET OPC:NET=1,RC="025";
2. (Optional) Configure the super calling number set policy.

a. Run the ADD SDDI command to create a super number transform index.
For the main parameters in the ADD SDDI command, refer to Table 3-46.

Table 3-46 ADD SDDI Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

DDI Number Transform Index Mandatory. Range: 1 to 4096.


This parameter uniquely identifies a
number transform.

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Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

MTHD Digit Transform Mode, including: Optional. Select according to the


l ADD: Add Number actual situation.
l DEL: Delete Number
l OVR: Modify Number
l REP: Replace
l ORG: No Transform_G
l HCODE: H Code Transform

OFFSET Start Position Of The Digit Optional. Range: 0 to 48. Default:


1. This parameter specifies the start
position of number transform.

LENGTH Deleted/Modified Digit Length Optional. Range: 0 to 48. Default:


0. This parameter specifies the
length of the number to be deleted
or modified.

DN Added/Modified/Replaced Optional. Range: 0 to 40 characters.


Number This parameter specifies the number
to be added or replaced.

For example, create an area code.


ADD SDDI:DDI=1,MTHD="OVR",DN="5555";
b. Run the ADD NUMFILTER command to create a number filter policy.
For the main parameters in the ADD NUMFILTER command, refer to Table 3-47.

Table 3-47 ADD NUMFILTER Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

NUMFILID Number Filter Policy Index Mandatory. Range: 1 to 2048. This


parameter uniquely identifies a number
filter policy.

FILTP Number Filter Policy Type, Mandatory. Select according to the


including: actual situation.
l NAT: Number Nature
Filter
l LEN: Number Length
Filter
l NUMK: Number Key
Filter
l VAR: In To Out Office
Variable Filter

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Name

l SUBN: Sub Number


Filter

NAT Number Nature Optional. IF the FILTP is NAT, configure


it.

MINLEN Minimum number length Optional. IF the FILTP is LEN, configure


it.
MAXLEN Maximal number length

DAS Number Analysis Selector Optional. IF the FILTP is NUMK,


configure it. This parameter must
RESULT Number Key
be defined by command ADD
NUMKEYANA at first. Then it can be
indexed here.

For example, create a number filter policy, the FILTP is NAT.


ADD NUMFILTER:NUMFILID=1,FILTP="NAT",NAT="ALL";
c. (Optional) Run the ADD NUMKEYANA command to create a number key
analysis.
For the main parameters in the ADD NUMKEYANA command, refer to Table 3-48.

Table 3-48 ADD NUMKEYANA Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

DAS Number Key Analysis Mandatory. Range: 1 to 20.


Selector

NUM Analyzed Number Mandatory. Range: 1 to 20 digits.

RESULT Number Key Mandatory. Range: 1 to 65535.

For example, create a number key analysis.


ADD NUMKEYANA:DAS=1,NUM="22555",NAT="ALL",RESULT=296;
d. Run the ADD SUPERCLI command to create a calling number set policy.
For the main parameters in the ADD SUPERCLI command, refer to Table 3-49.

Table 3-49 ADD SUPERCLI Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

SCLIINDEX Calling Number Set Policy Mandatory. Range: 1 to 4096.


Index

PRIORITY Calling Number Set Priority Mandatory. Range: 1 to 100.

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Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

NUMFILTER1 Number Filter Policy 1 Mandatory. Range: 1 to 2048. This


parameter must be defined by command
ADD NUMFILTER at first. Then it can be
indexed here.

NUMCHANGE In To Out Office Var Meet Optional. Range: 0 to 65535. This


Filter parameter must be defined by command
ADD SDDI at first. Then it can be indexed
here.

For example, create a calling number set policy.


ADD SUPERCLI:SCLIINDEX=1,PRIORITY=1,NUMFILTER1=1,NUMCHANGE
=1;
e. Run the SET TG command to modify a trunk for the associated calling number set
policy index.
For the main parameters in the SET TG command, refer to Table 3-50.

Table 3-50 SET TG Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

TG Trunk Group Number Mandatory. Select the location area ID


configured in the ADD TG DT or ADD TG RTP
command.

SUPERCLIIN- Super Cli Index Optional. This parameter must be defined by


DEX command ADD SUPERCLI at first. Then it can
be indexed here.

For example, modify a trunk for the associated calling number set policy index.
SET TG:TG=100,SUPERCLIINDEX=1;
3. (Optional) Run the SET TG command to configure an immediate transformation of
calling/called number in trunk.
For the main parameters in the SET TG command, refer to Table 3-51.

Table 3-51 SET TG Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

TG Trunk Group Number Mandatory. Select the location area ID


configured in the ADD TG DT or ADD TG
RTP command.

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Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

TPINDAS Incoming Called Number Optional. This parameter must be defined by


Transform Selector command ADD NDAS at first. Then it can be
indexed here.
OPINDAS Incoming Calling Number
Transform Selector

For example, modify a trunk for the associated number transform selector.
SET TG:TG=100,TPINDAS=1,OPINDAS=2;
4. Run the SET TGFLG command to adjust the calling/called number.

For the main parameters in the SET TGFLG command, refer to Table 3-52.

Table 3-52 SET TGFLG Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Name Parameter Description Instruction

TG Trunk Group Number Mandatory. Range: 1 to 65535. This


parameter must be defined by command ADD
TG DT at first. Then it can be indexed here.

DTGADD Add Number Trunk Group Optional. Select DELPRX ((Incoming) The
Indicator Called Number Delete Country Code And
Prefix), LOCPFX (Local Calling Number Add
Area Code), CLRPFX (Calling Number Add
Prefix), and ADDPRX ((Incoming)Add Dial
Prefix Before The Called Number).

For example, modify a trunk to adjust the calling/called number.


SET TGFLG:TG=100,DTGADD="DELPRX"&"LOCPFX"&"CLRPFX"&"ADDPRX";

5. Configure number pre-analysis data.

a. Run the ADD PREDAS command to create pre-analysis selectors, including


called number pre-analysis selector, calling number pre-analysis selector and
international number pre-analysis selector.

For the main parameters in the ADD PREDAS command, refer to Table 3-4.

For example, create pre-analysis selectors.


ADD PREDAS:PREDAS=1,PREDASTYPE="CALLED";

ADD PREDAS:PREDAS=2,PREDASTYPE="CALLING";
b. Run the SET TG command to configure how to obtain pre-analysis selector.

For the main parameters in the SET TG command, refer to Table 3-53.

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Table 3-53 SET TG Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

TG Trunk Group Number Mandatory. Select the location area ID


configured in the ADD TG DT or ADD TG RTP
command.

PREDAS Called Number Optional. Set this parameter to the number


Pre-Analysis Selector pre-analysis selector configured in the ADD
PREDAS command.

For example, configure how to obtain pre-analysis selector.


SET TG:TG=100,PREDAS=1;
c. Run the ADD TPPREDNAL command to create called number pre-analysis data.
For the main parameters in the ADD TPPREDNAL command, refer to Table 3-8.
For example, create called number pre-analysis. The TPPREDAS is 1, the
called number is 8613912345 and the pre-analysis result is OPPREDNAL, and
OPPREDAS is 2.
ADD TPPREDNAL:TPPREDAS=1,DIGIT="8613912345",RST="OPPREDNAL",O
PPREDAS=2;
d. (Optional) Run the ADD OPPREDNAL command to create called number
pre-analysisdata.
For the main parameters in the ADD OPPREDNAL command, refer to Table 3-9.
For example, create calling number pre-analysis. The OPPREDAS is 2, the calling
number is 8613912300 and the pre-analysis result is OVER.
ADD OPPREDNAL:OPPREDAS=2,DIGIT="8613912300";
6. (Optional) Configure calling number analysis.
a. Run the ADD ENTR command to create a calling number analysis entrance.
For the main parameters in the ADD ENTR command, refer to Table 3-28.
For example, create a calling number analysis entrance. The analyzer entry is 3,
and the analyzer number type is CALLING.
ADD ENTR:ID=3,TYPE="LOCAL",NTYPE="CALLING";
b. Run the ADD DAS command to create a calling IMSI number analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the ADD DAS command, refer to Table 3-11.
For example, create a calling number analysis selector. The number analysis
selector is 3, and the local network analyzer entry is 3.
ADD DAS:ID=3,LOCAL=3;
c. Run the SET TG command to configure how to obtain calling number selector.

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For the main parameters in the SET TG command, refer to Table 3-54.

Table 3-54 SET TG Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

TG Trunk Group Number Mandatory. Select the location area ID


configured in the ADD TG DT or ADD TG RTP
command.

OPDAS Calling Number Selector Optional. Set this parameter to the calling
number selector configured in the DAS
command.

For example, configure how to obtain calling number selector.


SET TG:TG=100,OPDAS=3;
d. Run the ADD OPDNAL command to create a calling number analysis.
For the main parameters in the ADD OPDNAL command, refer to Table 3-31.
For example, create a calling analysis.
ADD OPDNAL:ENTR=3,DIGIT="13912300",CAT="NONE",RST1=0;

7. Configure called number analysis.

a. Run the ADD ENTR command to create a number analysis entrance.


For the main parameters in the ADD ENTR command, refer to Table 3-10.
For example, create a called number analysis entrance. The analyzer entry is 1,
and the analyzer number type is CALLED.
ADD ENTR:ID=1,TYPE="LOCAL",NTYPE="CALLED";

b. Run the ADD DAS command to create a number analysis selector.


For the main parameters in the ADD DAS command, refer to Table 3-11.
For example, create a number analysis selector. The number analysis selector is
1, and the local network analyzer entry is 1.
ADD DAS:ID=1,LOCAL=1;

c. Configure how to obtain analysis selectors.

Note:

The number analysis selector priority: DISDAS1 and DISDAS2 obtained from a
calling number analysis Number analysis selector obtained from query of trunk
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l Run the SET OPDNAL command to modify a calling number analysis.


For the main parameters in the SET OPDNAL command, refer to Table 3-33.
For example, modify a calling analysis.
SET OPDNAL:ENTR=3,DIGIT="13912300",DISDAS1=2,DISDAS2=3;
l Run the SET TG command to configure how to obtain calling number selector.
For the main parameters in the SET TG command, refer to Table 3-54.
For example, configure how to obtain calling number selector.
SET TG:TG=100,OPDAS=3;
d. Run the ADD TPDNAL command to create called number analysis.
For the main parameters in the ADD TPDNAL command, refer to Table 3-34.
For example, create a called number analysis.
ADD TPDNAL:ENTR=1,DIGIT="13900001234",CAT="MSCO";
ADD TPDNAL:ENTR=1,DIGIT="12345000",CAT="LOL",RST1=1,MINLEN=8,MA
XLEN=8,NAT="LOC";
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3.4 Configuring Roaming Number Analysis Data


The roaming number analysis procedure is not triggered separately, and is triggered in the
following scenes:
l During MS originated call procedure, incoming trunk call procedure, or forwarding call
procedure, if the call service type is the MSLO/MSLL/MSLTE/MSITE, the route query
procedure needs to be triggered.
l During MS originated call procedure or incoming trunk call procedure, if the call service
type is the OVMT, the roaming number analysis process needs to be triggered to
realize the OVERLAY_MT number analysis.
This section describes how to configure the roaming number analysis data.

Context
For the configuration flow for roaming number analysis, refer to Table 3-55.

Table 3-55 Roaming Number Analysis Configuration Flow

Step Operation Reference

1 Create a called number analysis entrance Step 1.

2 Create a number analysis selector Step 2.

3 Configure how to obtain analysis selectors. Step 3.

4 Configure called number analysis Step 4.

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Steps
1. Run the ADD ENTR command to create a called number analysis entrance.
For the main parameters in the ADD ENTR command, refer to Table 3-10.
For example, create a called number analysis entrance. The analyzer entry is 1, and
the analyzer number type is CALLED.
ADD ENTR:ID=1,TYPE="LOCAL",NTYPE="CALLED";

2. Run the ADD DAS command to create a number analysis selector.


For the main parameters in the ADD DAS command, refer to Table 3-11.
For example, create a number analysis selector. The number analysis selector is 1,
and the local network analyzer entry is 1.
ADD DAS:ID=1,LOCAL=1;

3. Configure how to obtain analysis selectors.


l Run the SET LDASTMPLT command to set a roaming number selector.
For the main parameters in the SET LDASTMPLT command, refer to Table 3-56.

Table 3-56 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

MSRN Roaming Number Optional. Select the roaming number selector


Selector configured in the ADD DAS command.

For example, set the default DAS template of the local office, the roaming number
selector is 8.
SET LDASTMPLT:MSRN=8;
l Run the SET ACRTMPLT command to set a roaming number selector.
For the main parameters in the SET ACRTMPLT command, refer to Table 3-57.

Table 3-57 SET ACRTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

MSRN Roaming Number Optional. Select the roaming number selector


Selector configured in the ADD DAS command.

For example, set the DAS template, the roaming number selector is 8.

SET ACRTMPLT:TPLIDX=1,MSRN=8;
4. Run the ADD TPDNAL command to create called number analysis.

For the main parameters in the ADD TPDNAL command, refer to Table 3-58.

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Table 3-58 ADD TPDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

CAT Call Service Types Optional. Select MSLO, MSLL, MSLTE, or MSITE.

For example, create a called number analysis.


ADD TPDNAL:ENTR=1,DIGIT="13900001234",CAT="MSCO";
ADD TPDNAL:ENTR=1,DIGIT="12345000",CAT="LOL",RST1=1,MINLEN=8,MAXLE
N=8,NAT="LOC";
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3.5 Configuring Forwarding Number Analysis Data


This section describes how to configure the forwarding number analysis data.

Context
For the configuration flow for forwarding number analysis, refer to Table 3-59.

Table 3-59 Forwarding Number Analysis Configuration Flow

Step Operation Reference

1 (Optional) Configure forwarding IMSI number analysis. Step 1.

2 (Optional) Configure forwarding calling number analysis. Step 2.

3 Configure forwarding called number analysis. Step 3.

Steps
1. (Optional) Configure forwarding IMSI number analysis.
a. Run the ADD ENTR command to create a forwarding IMSI number analysis
entrance.
For the main parameters in the ADD ENTR command, refer to Table 3-60.

Table 3-60 ADD ENTR Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

ID Analyzer Entry Mandatory. Range: 1 to 10000. Set this


parameter according to the number analysis
planning.

TYPE Analyzer Entry Type Optional. Select according to the actual situation.

NTYPE Analyzer Number Type Optional. For forwarding IMSI number, set this
parameter to FWDIMSI.

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For example, create a forwarding IMSI number analysis entrance. The analyzer
entry is 6, and the analyzer number type is FWDIMSI.
ADD ENTR:ID=6,TYPE="LOCAL",NTYPE="FWDIMSI";
b. Run the ADD DAS command to create a forwarding IMSI number analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the ADD DAS command, refer to Table 3-11.
For example, create a forwarding IMSI number analysis selector. The number
analysis selector is 6, and the local network analyzer entry is 6.
ADD DAS:ID=6,LOCAL=6;
c. Configure how to obtain analysis selectors.
l Run the SET LDASTMPLT command to set a forwarding IMSI number
analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the SET LDASTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-61.

Table 3-61 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

IMSIFW- Forward IMSI Number Optional. Select the forwarding IMSI number
DAS Selector analysis selector configured in the ADD DAS
command.

For example, set the default DAS template of the local office, the forwarding
IMSI number analysis selector is 6.
SET LDASTMPLT:IMSIFWDAS=6;
l Run the SET ACRTMPLT command to set a forwarding IMSI number analysis
selector.
For the main parameters in the SET ACRTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-62.

Table 3-62 SET ACRTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

IMSIFW- Forward IMSI Number Optional. Select the forwarding IMSI number
DAS Selector analysis selector configured in the ADD DAS
command.

For example, set the DAS template, the forwarding IMSI number analysis
selector is 6.
SET ACRTMPLT:TPLIDX=1,IMSIFWDAS=6;
d. Run the ADD FIMSIDNAL command to create a forwarding IMSI analysis.

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For the main parameters in the ADD FIMSIDNAL command, refer to Table 3-63.

Table 3-63 ADD FIMSIDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

ENTR Analyzer Entry Mandatory. Type a forwarding IMSI number


analysis entrance.

DIGIT Analyzed Number Mandatory. Type a forwarding IMSI number.

DISDAS1 First Half-Call Distribution Optional. Type a forwarding IMSI number


Selector analysis selector.

DISDAS2 Second Half-Call Optional. Type a forwarding IMSI number


Distribution Selector analysis selector.

RATIO Distribution Rate(10%) Optional. Controlled the distribution rate between


DISDAS1 and DISDAS2.

For example, create a forwarding IMSI analysis.


ADD FIMSIDNAL:ENTR=6,DIGIT="4600712345";

2. (Optional) Configure forwarding calling number analysis.


a. Run the ADD ENTR command to create a forwarding calling number analysis
entrance.
For the main parameters in the ADD ENTR command, refer to Table 3-64.

Table 3-64 ADD ENTR Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

ID Analyzer Entry Mandatory. Range: 1 to 10000. Set this


parameter according to the number analysis
planning.

TYPE Analyzer Entry Type Optional. Select according to the actual


situation.

NTYPE Analyzer Number Type Optional. For forwarding calling number, set
this parameter to FORWARD.

For example, create a forwarding calling number analysis entrance. The analyzer
entry is 7, and the analyzer number type is FORWARD.

ADD ENTR:ID=7,TYPE="LOCAL",NTYPE="FORWARD";
b. Run the ADD DAS command to create a forwarding calling number analysis
selector.

For the main parameters in the ADD DAS command, refer to Table 3-11.

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For example, create a forwarding calling number selector. The number analysis
selector is 7, and the local network analyzer entry is 7.
ADD DAS:ID=7,LOCAL=7;
c. Configure how to obtain analysis selectors.
l Run the SET LDASTMPLT command to set a forward calling number
selector.
For the main parameters in the SET LDASTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-65.

Table 3-65 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

FWDCNG Default Forward Calling Optional. Select the forward calling number
Number Selector selector configured in the ADD DAS
command.

For example, set the default DAS template of the local office, the forward
calling number selector is 7.
SET LDASTMPLT:FWDCNG=7;
l Run the SET ACRTMPLT command to set a forward calling number selector.
For the main parameters in the SET ACRTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-66.

Table 3-66 SET ACRTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

FWDCNG Default Forward Calling Optional. Select the forward calling number
Number Selector selector configured in the ADD DAS
command.

For example, set the DAS template, the forward calling number selector is 7.
SET ACRTMPLT:TPLIDX=1,FWDCNG=7;
d. Run the ADD FOPDNAL command to create a forward calling number analysis.
For the main parameters in the ADD FOPDNAL command, refer to Table 3-67.

Table 3-67 ADD FOPDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

ENTR Analyzer Entry Mandatory. Type a forward calling number


analysis entrance.

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Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

DIGIT Analyzed Number Mandatory. Type a forward calling number.

FWDAS Forward Number Selector Optional. Select the forward calling number
selector configured in the ADD DAS command.

For example, create a calling analysis.


ADD FOPDNAL:ENTR=7,DIGIT="13912300",FWDAS=7;
3. Configure formal called number analysis.
a. Run the ADD ENTR command to create a number analysis entrance.
For the main parameters in the ADD ENTR command, refer to Table 3-10.
For example, create a called number analysis entrance. The analyzer entry is 1,
and the analyzer number type is CALLED.
ADD ENTR:ID=1,TYPE="LOCAL",NTYPE="CALLED";

b. Run the ADD DAS command to create a number analysis selector.


For the main parameters in the ADD DAS command, refer to Table 3-11.
For example, create a number analysis selector. The number analysis selector is
1, and the local network analyzer entry is 1.
ADD DAS:ID=1,LOCAL=1;

c. Configure how to obtain analysis selectors.


l Run the SET LDASTMPLT command to set a forward number selector.
For the main parameters in the SET LDASTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-68.

Table 3-68 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

FWD Default Forward Number Optional. Select the forward number selector
Selector configured in the ADD DAS command.

For example, set the default DAS template of the local office, the forward
number selector is 4.

SET LDASTMPLT:FWD=4;

l Run the SET ACRTMPLT command to set a forward number selector.


For the main parameters in the SET ACRTMPLT command, refer to Table
3-69.

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Table 3-69 SET ACRTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

FWD Default Forward Number Optional. Select the forward number selector
Selector configured in the ADD DAS command.

For example, set the DAS template, the forward number selector is 4.

SET ACRTMPLT:TPLIDX=1,FWD=4;
d. Run the ADD TPDNAL command to create called number analysis.
For the main parameters in the ADD TPDNAL command, refer to Table 3-34.

For example, create a called number analysis.


ADD TPDNAL:ENTR=1,DIGIT="13900001234",CAT="MSCO";
ADD TPDNAL:ENTR=1,DIGIT="12345000",CAT="LOL",RST1=1,MINLEN=8,MA
XLEN=8,NAT="LOC";
End of Steps

3.6 Configuring Number Analysis Data for Outgoing


Call Through Trunk
This section describes how to configure the number analysis data for outgoing call through
trunk.

Context
For the configuration flow for outgoing trunk number analysis, refer to Table 3-70.

Table 3-70 Number Analysis Configuration Flow For Outgoing Call Trough Trunk

Step Operation Reference

1 Adjust the calling number Step 1.

2 (Optional) Configure the super calling number set policy Step 2.

3 (Optional) Configure the CLI policy for outgoing call Step 3.

4 Configure called number analysis Step 4.

Steps
1. Run the SET TGFLG command to adjust the calling number.

For the main parameters in the SET TGFLG command, refer to Table 3-71.

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Table 3-71 SET TGFLG Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Name Parameter Description Instruction

TG Trunk Group Number Mandatory. Range: 1 to 65535. This


parameter must be defined by command ADD
TG DT at first. Then it can be indexed here.

DTGADD Add Number Trunk Group Optional. Select USEMSCNUM ((Outgoing)


Indicator Use MSCNum As Calling Number When
Calling Number Does Not Exist), LOCPFX
(Local Calling Number Add Area Code), and
CLRPFX (Calling Number Add Prefix).

For example, modify a trunk to adjust the calling number.


SET TGFLG:TG=100,DTGADD="USEMSCNUM"&"LOCPFX"&"CLRPFX";
2. (Optional) Configure the super calling number set policy.
a. Run the ADD SDDI command to create a super number transform index.
For the main parameters in the ADD SDDI command, refer to Table 3-46.
For example, create an area code.
ADD SDDI:DDI=1,MTHD="OVR",DN="5555";
b. Run the ADD NUMFILTER command to create a number filter policy.
For the main parameters in the ADD NUMFILTER command, refer to Table 3-47.
For example, create a number filter policy, the FILTP is NAT.
ADD NUMFILTER:NUMFILID=1,FILTP="NAT",NAT="ALL";
c. (Optional) Run the ADD NUMKEYANA command to create a number key
analysis.
For the main parameters in the ADD NUMKEYANA command, refer to Table 3-48.
For example, create a number key analysis.
ADD NUMKEYANA:DAS=1,NUM="22555",NAT="ALL",RESULT=296;
d. (Optional) Run the ADD SUPERCLI command to create a calling number set
policy.
For the main parameters in the ADD SUPERCLI command, refer to Table 3-49.
For example, create a calling number set policy.
ADD SUPERCLI:SCLIINDEX=1,PRIORITY=1,NUMFILTER1=1,NUMCHANGE
=1;
e. Run the SET TG command to modify a trunk for the associated calling number set
policy index.
For the main parameters in the SET TG command, refer to Table 3-50.
For example, modify a trunk for the associated calling number set policy index.

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SET TG:TG=100,SUPERCLIINDEX=1;
3. (Optional) Configure the CLI policy for outgoing call.
a. Run the SET NUMTRFGLB command to enable the signaling number transform
switch.
For the main parameters in the SET NUMTRFGLB command, refer to Table 3-72.

Table 3-72 SET NUMTRFGLB Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

NNI Signaling Number Select OUTSIG.


Transform Switch

For example, create a calling number set policy.


SET NUMTRFGLB:NNI="OUTSIG";
b. Run the ADD NUMTRFNNI command to create number transform modes.
For the main parameters in the ADD NUMTRFNNI command, refer to Table 3-73.

Table 3-73 ADD NUMTRFNNI Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

OFC Office ID Mandatory. This parameter must be


defined by command ADD ADJOFC at first.
Then it can be indexed here.

CALLED Called Number Transform Optional. Select according to the actual


Mode situation.

CURNUM Generic Number


Transform Mode

ORGCALLED Original Called Number


Transform Mode

REDIR Redirect Number


Transform Mode

TRFASLIST Number Transform This parameter must be defined by


Selector List command ADD NDAS at first. Then it can
be indexed here.

For example, create number transform modes.


ADD NUMTRFNNI:OFC=1,CALLED="LOCMB"-"INTL_INTL";
c. Run the ADD OPNUMTRFNNI command to create a CLI policy for outgoing call.
For the main parameters in the ADD OPNUMTRFNNI command, refer to Table
3-74.

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Table 3-74 ADD OPNUMTRFNNI Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

CLISETIDX Index Of CLI Policy For Outgoing Call Mandatory. Range: 1~2048.

CLINGTYPE Calling User Type, including: Mandatory. Select according


l LOCMB: LAN to the actual situation.
l OTHMB: Other Mobile
l LOCFIX: Local Fixed
l OTHFIX: Other Fixed
l INTL: International
l UN: Unknown
l INVALID: Invalid
l INTROAM: International Roam

CLEDTYPE Called User Type, including: Mandatory. Select according


l LOCMB: LAN to the actual situation.
l OTHMB: Other Mobile
l LOCFIX: Local Fixed
l OTHFIX: Other Fixed
l INTL: International
l UN: Unknown
l INTROAM: International Roam
l ALL

For example, create a CLI policy for outgoing call.


ADD OPNUMTRFNNI:CLISETIDX=1,CLINGTYPE="LOCMB",CLEDTYPE="ALL
";

d. Run the SET RT command to modify a route for the associated calling number set
policy index and number transform modes.

For the main parameters in the SET RT command, refer to Table 3-75.

Table 3-75 SET RT Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

RT Route Number Mandatory. This parameter must be defined


by command ADD RT at first. Then it can
be indexed here.

CLISETIDX Index Of CLI Policy For Optional. This parameter must be defined
Outgoing Call by command ADD OPNUMTRFNNI at first.
Then it can be indexed here.

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Name

SUPERCLIIN- Super Cli Index Optional. This parameter must be defined


DEX by command ADD SUPERCLI at first. Then
it can be indexed here.

For example, modify a trunk for the associated calling number set policy index.
SET RT:RT=100,CLISETIDX=1,SUPERCLIINDEX=1;
4. Configure called number analysis.
a. Run the ADD ENTR command to create a number analysis entrance.
For the main parameters in the ADD ENTR command, refer to Table 3-10.
For example, create a called number analysis entrance. The analyzer entry is 1,
and the analyzer number type is CALLED.
ADD ENTR:ID=1,TYPE="LOCAL",NTYPE="CALLED";
b. Run the ADD DAS command to create a number analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the ADD DAS command, refer to Table 3-11.
For example, create a number analysis selector. The number analysis selector is
1, and the local network analyzer entry is 1.
ADD DAS:ID=1,LOCAL=1;
c. Run the ADD TPDNAL command to create called number analysis.
For the main parameters in the ADD TPDNAL command, refer to Table 3-34.
For example, create a called number analysis.
ADD TPDNAL:ENTR=1,DIGIT="13900001234",CAT="MSLO",RST1=100;
ADD TPDNAL:ENTR=1,DIGIT="12345000",CAT="LOL",RST1=1,MINLEN=8,MA
XLEN=8,NAT="LOC";
End of Steps

3.7 Configuring MT Number Analysis Data


This section describes how to configure the MT number analysis data.

Context
For the configuration flow for MT number analysis, refer to Table 3-76.

Table 3-76 MT Number Analysis Configuration Flow

Step Operation Reference

1 Modify variable to delete special prefix for international Step 1.


number in CLIP

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2 (Optional) Create calling number display correlative Step 2.


called number

3 (Optional) Create number transform for CLIP Step 3.

4 Configure called number analysis Step 4.

Steps
1. Run the SET VARVAL command to delete special prefix for international number in
CLIP.
For the main parameters in the SET VARVAL command, refer to Table 3-77.

Table 3-77 SET VARVAL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

ID Variable ID Mandatory. Range: 1 to 65535.


The ID of the Delete Special Prefix for International
Number in CLIP variable is 1087.

VAL Variable value Mandatory. Set the value of 1087 as 1 (Yes).

For example, modify variable to delete special prefix for international number in CLIP.
SET VARVAL:ID=1087,VAL=1;
2. (Optional) Run the ADD CLIPAL command to create calling number display
correlative called number.
For the main parameters in the ADD CLIPAL command, refer to Table 3-78.

Table 3-78 ADD CLIPAL Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Instruction


Name Description

OPDN Calling Number Mandatory. Type the calling number.

TPDN Called Number Mandatory. Type the called number.

DDI Number Transform Mandatory. This parameter must be defined by


Index command ADD DDI at first. Then it can be indexed here.

For example, create calling number display correlative called number.


ADD CLIPAL:OPDN="13912345",TPDN="13912300",DDI=1;

3. (Optional) Run the ADD OPNUMTRFDSP command to create number transform for
CLIP.
For the main parameters in the ADD OPNUMTRFDSP command, refer to Table 3-79.

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Table 3-79 ADD OPNUMTRFDSP Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Parameter Description Instruction


Name

CLINGTYPE Calling User Type, including: Mandatory. Select


l LOCMB: LAN according to the actual
l OTHMB: Other Mobile situation.
l LOCFIX: Local Fixed
l OTHFIX: Other Fixed
l INTL: International
l UN: Unknown
l INVALID: Invalid
l INTROAM: International Roam

CLEDTYPE Called User Type, including: Mandatory. Select


l LOCMB: LAN according to the actual
l OTHMB: Other Mobile situation.
l LOCFIX: Local Fixed
l OTHFIX: Other Fixed
l INTL: International
l UN: Unknown
l INTROAM: International Roam
l ALL

TRFAS Number Transform Selector Optional. This parameter


must be defined by
command ADD NDAS
at first. Then it can be
indexed here.

For example, create number transform for CLIP.


ADD OPNUMTRFDSP:CLINGTYPE="LOCMB",CLEDTYPE="ALL",TRFAS=1;
4. Configure called number analysis.
a. Run the ADD ENTR command to create a number analysis entrance.
For the main parameters in the ADD ENTR command, refer to Table 3-10.
For example, create a called number analysis entrance. The analyzer entry is 1,
and the analyzer number type is CALLED.
ADD ENTR:ID=1,TYPE="LOCAL",NTYPE="CALLED";
b. Run the ADD DAS command to create a number analysis selector.
For the main parameters in the ADD DAS command, refer to Table 3-11.
For example, create a number analysis selector. The number analysis selector is
1, and the local network analyzer entry is 1.
ADD DAS:ID=1,LOCAL=1;

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c. Run the ADD TPDNAL command to create called number analysis.


For the main parameters in the ADD TPDNAL command, refer to Table 3-34.
For example, create a called number analysis.
ADD TPDNAL:ENTR=1,DIGIT="13900001234",CAT="MSCO";
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Figure 1-1 Number Stream Analysis With CENTREX Analyzer Configured ............... 1-2
Figure 1-2 Number Stream Analysis Without CENTREX Analyzer Configured ........... 1-2
Figure 1-3 Relationships Among Several Analyzers.................................................. 1-4
Figure 2-1 Flowchart for Function Blocks of MO Number Analysis ............................ 2-2
Figure 2-2 Relationship Between International Number Pre-Analysis and Common
Number Pre-Analysis .............................................................................. 2-4
Figure 2-3 Processing Procedure of the Number Pre-Analysis Sub-Function
Block ...................................................................................................... 2-5
Figure 2-4 Formal Called-Number Analysis............................................................. 2-12
Figure 2-5 Number Pre-analysis for an Emergency Call.......................................... 2-14
Figure 2-6 Number Analysis for an Incoming Call Through Trunk............................ 2-16
Figure 2-7 Number Pre-Analysis for an Incoming Call Through Trunk ..................... 2-19
Figure 2-8 Redirected-Number Analysis.................................................................. 2-20
Figure 2-9 Roaming Number Analysis Procedure.................................................... 2-23
Figure 2-10 MSRN Flow Analysis Procedure .......................................................... 2-28
Figure 2-11 Call-forwarding Analysis Procedure...................................................... 2-31
Figure 2-12 Number Analysis Procedure for Outgoing Calls Through Trunk............ 2-36
Figure 2-13 MT Procedure ...................................................................................... 2-41
Figure 2-14 Application Scene of ERC Number Analysis 1 ..................................... 2-44
Figure 2-15 Application Scene of ERC Number Analysis 2 ..................................... 2-44
Figure 2-16 Application Scene of ERC Number Analysis 3 ..................................... 2-45
Figure 2-17 Application Scene of ERC Number Analysis 4 ..................................... 2-45
Figure 2-18 Number Analysis Procedure During MO Procedure.............................. 2-46
Figure 2-19 Number Analysis Procedure During MT Procedure .............................. 2-47
Figure 2-20 Number Analysis Procedure During Call-forwarding Procedure............ 2-48
Figure 2-21 Application Scene ................................................................................ 2-52
Figure 2-22 DAS Hop Flow ..................................................................................... 2-53
Figure 2-23 Procedure 1 in Which the SCP Changes the Called Number in the
Calling Intelligent Service...................................................................... 2-58
Figure 2-24 Procedure 2 that the SCP Changes the Called Number in the Calling
Intelligent Service ................................................................................. 2-59
Figure 2-25 Procedure 1 in Which the SCP Changes the Called Number in the
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Figure 2-26 Procedure 2 in Which the SCP Changes the Called Number in the
Called IN Service .................................................................................. 2-61
Figure 2-27 Procedure 1 in Which the SCP Changes the Called Number in the
Forward IN Service ............................................................................... 2-62
Figure 2-28 Procedure 2 in Which the SCP Changes the Called Number in the
Forward IN Service ............................................................................... 2-63

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Table 3-1 MO Call Number Analysis Configuration Flow ........................................... 3-1
Table 3-2 SET VARVAL Command Parameter Descriptions .................................... 3-2
Table 3-3 ADD DDI Command Parameter Descriptions ............................................ 3-3
Table 3-4 ADD PREDAS Command Parameter Descriptions .................................... 3-4
Table 3-5 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions.............................. 3-5
Table 3-6 ADD ACRTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions .............................. 3-6
Table 3-7 SET VMSC Command Parameter Descriptions ......................................... 3-6
Table 3-8 ADD TPPREDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions ............................. 3-7
Table 3-9 ADD OPPREDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions............................. 3-8
Table 3-10 ADD ENTR Command Parameter Descriptions....................................... 3-9
Table 3-11 ADD DAS Command Parameter Descriptions........................................ 3-11
Table 3-12 SET GCI Command Parameter Descriptions ......................................... 3-12
Table 3-13 SET LAI Command Parameter Descriptions ......................................... 3-12
Table 3-14 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions.......................... 3-12
Table 3-15 SET ACRTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions ........................... 3-13
Table 3-16 ADD SSPN Command Parameter Descriptions ...................................... 3-13
Table 3-17 SET GCI Command Parameter Descriptions ......................................... 3-14
Table 3-18 SET LAI Command Parameter Descriptions ......................................... 3-14
Table 3-19 ADD RERTMODE Command Parameter Description............................ 3-14
Table 3-20 ADD RTCTRL Command Parameter Descriptions ................................ 3-16
Table 3-21 ADD ERCCTRL Command Parameter Descriptions ............................. 3-16
Table 3-22 ADD IMSIINDEX Command Parameter Descriptions ........................... 3-17
Table 3-23 ADD ERC Command Parameter Descriptions ....................................... 3-17
Table 3-24 ADD ENTR Command Parameter Descriptions..................................... 3-18
Table 3-25 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions.......................... 3-19
Table 3-26 SET ACRTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions ........................... 3-19
Table 3-27 ADD OPIMSIDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions........................ 3-19
Table 3-28 ADD ENTR Command Parameter Descriptions..................................... 3-20
Table 3-29 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions.......................... 3-20
Table 3-30 SET ACRTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions ........................... 3-21
Table 3-31 ADD OPDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions................................ 3-21
Table 3-32 SET OPIMSIDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions......................... 3-22

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Table 3-33 SET OPDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions................................. 3-23


Table 3-34 ADD TPDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions ................................ 3-24
Table 3-35 Call Service Types................................................................................. 3-30
Table 3-36 Enabled Options.................................................................................... 3-32
Table 3-37 MO Emergency Call Number Analysis Configuration Flow..................... 3-34
Table 3-38 ADD ECC Command Parameter Descriptions ....................................... 3-34
Table 3-39 SET SAI Command Parameter Descriptions.......................................... 3-35
Table 3-40 SET GCI Command Parameter Descriptions ......................................... 3-35
Table 3-41 SET LAI Command Parameter Descriptions ......................................... 3-36
Table 3-42 ADD TPDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions ................................ 3-38
Table 3-43 Number Analysis Configuration Flow for Incoming Call Through
Trunk ..................................................................................................... 3-39
Table 3-44 SET ADJOFC Command Parameter Descriptions ................................. 3-40
Table 3-45 SET OPC Command Parameter Descriptions ........................................ 3-40
Table 3-46 ADD SDDI Command Parameter Descriptions ...................................... 3-40
Table 3-47 ADD NUMFILTER Command Parameter Descriptions ......................... 3-41
Table 3-48 ADD NUMKEYANA Command Parameter Descriptions ....................... 3-42
Table 3-49 ADD SUPERCLI Command Parameter Descriptions ............................. 3-42
Table 3-50 SET TG Command Parameter Descriptions .......................................... 3-43
Table 3-51 SET TG Command Parameter Descriptions .......................................... 3-43
Table 3-52 SET TGFLG Command Parameter Descriptions ................................... 3-44
Table 3-53 SET TG Command Parameter Descriptions .......................................... 3-45
Table 3-54 SET TG Command Parameter Descriptions .......................................... 3-46
Table 3-55 Roaming Number Analysis Configuration Flow ...................................... 3-47
Table 3-56 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions.......................... 3-48
Table 3-57 SET ACRTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions ........................... 3-48
Table 3-58 ADD TPDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions ................................ 3-49
Table 3-59 Forwarding Number Analysis Configuration Flow................................... 3-49
Table 3-60 ADD ENTR Command Parameter Descriptions..................................... 3-49
Table 3-61 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions.......................... 3-50
Table 3-62 SET ACRTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions ........................... 3-50
Table 3-63 ADD FIMSIDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions........................... 3-51
Table 3-64 ADD ENTR Command Parameter Descriptions..................................... 3-51
Table 3-65 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions.......................... 3-52
Table 3-66 SET ACRTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions ........................... 3-52
Table 3-67 ADD FOPDNAL Command Parameter Descriptions.............................. 3-52

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Table 3-68 SET LDASTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions.......................... 3-53


Table 3-69 SET ACRTMPLT Command Parameter Descriptions ........................... 3-54
Table 3-70 Number Analysis Configuration Flow For Outgoing Call Trough
Trunk ..................................................................................................... 3-54
Table 3-71 SET TGFLG Command Parameter Descriptions ................................... 3-55
Table 3-72 SET NUMTRFGLB Command Parameter Descriptions......................... 3-56
Table 3-73 ADD NUMTRFNNI Command Parameter Descriptions......................... 3-56
Table 3-74 ADD OPNUMTRFNNI Command Parameter Descriptions .................... 3-57
Table 3-75 SET RT Command Parameter Descriptions........................................... 3-57
Table 3-76 MT Number Analysis Configuration Flow ............................................... 3-58
Table 3-77 SET VARVAL Command Parameter Descriptions................................. 3-59
Table 3-78 ADD CLIPAL Command Parameter Descriptions ................................. 3-59
Table 3-79 ADD OPNUMTRFDSP Command Parameter Descriptions.................... 3-60

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3GPP
- 3rd Generation Partnership Project
BAOC
- Barring of All Outgoing Calls
BCD
- Binary-Coded Decimal
BCSM
- Basic Call State Model
BICC
- Bearer Independent Call Control protocol
CAMEL
- Customized Applications for Mobile Network Enhanced Logic
CDR
- Call Detail Record
CFB
- Call Forwarding on Busy

CFU
- Call Forwarding Unconditional

CI
- Cell Identity
CSI
- CAMEL SubscriberInformation
DAS
- Digit Analysis Selector
ERC
- Extented Routing Category
GSM
- Global System for Mobile Communications
IAM
- Initial Address Message

IDP
- Initial Detection Point
IMSI
- International Mobile Subscriber Identity

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IN
- Intelligent Network
ISDN
- Integrated Services Digital Network
ISUP
- ISDN User Part
ITU-T
- International Telecommunication Union - Telecommunication Standardization
Sector
L3
- Layer 3
LAI
- Location Area Identity
MAP
- Mobile Application Part
MCC
- Mobile Country Code
MNC
- Mobile Network Code
MNP
- Mobile Number Portability
MO
- Mobile Originated
MO
- Mobile Originated
MS
- Mobile Station
MSRN
- Mobile Subscriber Roaming Number
MT
- Mobile Terminated
ODB
- Operator Determined Barring
OSB
- Operator Specific Barring
PLMN
- Public Land Mobile Network
PRN
- Provide Roaming Number

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RC
- Routing Category
SCP
- Service Control Point
SRI
- Send Routing Information
SSP
- Service Switching Point
TOS
- Type of Service
TUP
- Telephone User part
ToS
- Type of Service
UMTS
- Universal Mobile Telecommunication System

VAS
- Value-Added Service
VMSC
- Visited Mobile Switching Center

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