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26th August 2004 at 15:26 #39722HariGuest
Could any one help me in under-standing how “one-number” service works?.
what i mean by “one-number” is!!, 1-880-122, where 122 represents to pizza hut, and this call will terminate to nearest pizza-hut delivery center.
Hari26th August 2004 at 23:44 #39723YoMeroGuest
you can do that using RO in your cell (MGCEC) and using an RC to route on RO basis.27th August 2004 at 06:31 #39724RoteGuest
IN will have data base of suscriber number, IN will chacking form A-No and B-No for connect the call. If call Originate form Zone A , IN will connect to B-No in Zone A of pizza-hut delivery center, In case orginate call from Zone B, the call will connect to B-No in Zone B.
Rote.27th August 2004 at 09:59 #39725HariGuest
How is it possible in case of postpaid, i think we can’t use IN isn’t it?. Or can we configure MSC to trigger IN calls in case of postpaid also!!.
Hari27th August 2004 at 18:26 #39726S.VijayGuest
YoMera…Explainations-Fits for all…whatever you have asked.
It is in AXE10-MSC.
Practically – never do that…Your Network will die soon BECOZ OF HEAVY LOAD. :-))
Rgds28th August 2004 at 00:47 #39727YoMero ConsejeroGuest
hello Vijay, I didn’t ask !!, I explained one way to reach the goal is to put a route origin in every cell and group it according your requirements
then you should create one Routing Case (RC) with the neccesary branching
RC=21 BR=RO-1 R=PIZZA1O
and then B-Number analysis
that’s what I was talking about
RGDS28th August 2004 at 14:24 #39728S.VijayGuest
Dear YoMero Consejero,
Sorry for misunderstanding…
I just meant your answer covers everything.I have said that to Mr.Hari.
I know what you meant (CELL+RO) already.Anyway your latest info proves what I thought about your idea.
Give me your mail id …
I will send some more AXE Questions…
Rgds3rd September 2004 at 22:06 #39729AXE GuruGuest
One sipmle way is to Define Specific RO for the cells/CellArea and terminate the calls using End of Selection in the routing case.20th September 2004 at 16:56 #39730HariGuest
Could you let me know multiple connects are handled on AXE. Hope AXE means, Ericsson switch!!!.
Hari11th October 2005 at 14:28 #39731Real AXE GuruGuest
Thats not AXE Guru…