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29th October 2004 at 13:08 #40068RakeshGuest
I would like to know what are the various applications where the CUG concept is used in telecom .What is teh fundamnetal behind it & what are the benefits can be offered to subscribers through this (Specaily in context of India
Telecom Operators how it is being used )15th November 2004 at 05:22 #40069RakeshGuest
Could somebody please clear me on the said topic.17th November 2004 at 02:27 #40070MisaGuest
For yr ref:
The CUG feature enables subscribers and PABXs, connected to a PLMN and possible also to other networks, to form closed user groups (CUGs) to and from which access is restricted.
The CUG feature refers to a set of facilities centered around a group of users who want to restrict their usage of the network to communications within the group.
A typical application of the CUG feature is for companies, providing mobile stations to their employees for professional use only. It is then possible to limit for each employee the outgoing
calls, or the incoming calls, or both, to calls within the group.24th December 2004 at 07:04 #40071RakeshGuest
Thanks Misa for the reply. But could you please tell me as to what all configuration is required in teh AXE10 platform for the restricting of the Outgoing calls of the Mobile sof a particular CUG to only the Mobiles of that CUG Only .I am very new to ericsson Switch.Hence please do explain in detail, if possible then soem good tips about how the routings are done in AXE10
Thanks26th December 2004 at 18:31 #40072AjinkyaGuest
A customer is put in cug & if he has access=OIA including roaming facility. If he is in national roaming with some operator then he is unable to call within his group. But outside the group he can make calls. Pls suggest what may be the possible cause.
With some operators he can make through.
& what is that we have to do to make CUG compatible with all operators?6th January 2005 at 18:12 #40073ScotGuest
May be there are lot things involved in this problem …
3.Analyze what kind of Switches supports CUG Calls in other network.
4.At the exchnge where the calls are failing trace the outgoing calls for that CUG Member and same with the exchnges where it succeeds.
5.Check the incoming message from another cellular network.
Rgds10th July 2015 at 14:03 #40074Wallis DudhnathGuest
Closed User Group – CUG – is a feature that has been standardised by GSM. It is a supplementary service (SS). You can look at CUG as a very basic “centrex” service. For users in a CUG they must be configured with an “inter-locking” code.