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8th July 2008 at 14:20 #51709scorGuest
Sorry for the late replies..
Next: In the case of Prepaid is there any possibility as keeping a unwanted character wherein it would not trigger the IN for interrogation but still the call will be routed.9th July 2008 at 07:37 #51710SAGuest
IStI will not be provided in b number table and just routing case will be provided so ISTI which is a IN trigger for giving call control to IN will not be defined27th August 2008 at 05:45 #51711DuplexcomCEOGuest
The EOS or End of Selection case can be made both automatically and manually. In manual case, if a subscriber is known to have dialed less or wrong digits he can be diverted to an EOS with an announcement. In automatic case here is an example.
With Ericsson if a route is congested, the RA block that handles the ANRSP command or the routing owning block will result a predetermined EOS 90. In the exchange, the EOS 90 will be directed as per the operator to inform the subscriber to inform the congestion in routes. Like this, every activity has its own EOS values. Hope this clears13th October 2010 at 12:26 #51712SyedGuest
How to read the Bnumber table? I need help.12th March 2020 at 15:57 #71607Wallis DudhnathGuest
All Stored Program Switches, i.e. a Digital Time_Space_Time Telephone Exchange, has a Digit Decoder. This is used to analyse the received digits and the Call Processing software determines how the Telephony Call will be handled and Routed. For Ericsson’s AXE10 Switches the Digit Decoder is the B and A Number Analysis Tables. The setup and configuration of the B and A Number Analysis Tables is done using Data Transcript – DT.
Key AXE10 blocks to look at: RE, REIAA, REIBA, REICH, PREA, DA and RA. These blocks are used with the Traffic_Control_Software.
For Mobile IN – Intelligent Network – calls a flag is used with the HLR/HSS. This can be a CAMEL flag, e.g. O-CSI (Originating CAMEL Subscription Identity) or a Category Key, e.g. OICK (Originating IN Category Key). For Wireline IN I was able to “trigger” IN using the B-Number Analysis Tables.
VBR/ Wallis Dudhnath