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23rd February 2009 at 05:57 #55983TimGuest
Can anybody explain the call flow to emergency number 112 on Nokia MSC?
I mean routing and analysis. Thanks beforehand3rd March 2009 at 19:32 #55984HiGuest
It’s simple3rd March 2009 at 19:42 #55985MikeGuest
I can not post here, very strange3rd March 2009 at 19:51 #55986PixGuest
some words are forbidden, and if you use them in your post, the post is not posted.
for example.. try using the word r.ule without a dot.
🙂3rd March 2009 at 19:53 #55987MikeGuest
Where I can find the forbidden words’ list? I tried re-phrase my post few times and always failed.3rd March 2009 at 23:09 #55988ModeratorGuest
“rule” is now allowed. If there are any other words you think should be removed, please contact us using the information on the Contact Us page of this site.4th March 2009 at 05:35 #55989MikeGuest
MSC understands 112 as emergency call because MS sends CM SERVICE REQUEST message to the network with a CM service type information element indicating emergency call establishment (no digits are sent from MS).
There is no need to define 112 in normal or default preanalisis. Emergency call indication is always handled as service type 0. So, in the command group RU – AREA SERVICE NUMBER HANDLING – you can create real service number with service type 0 with corresponding routing.
Also check in NED parameter 002:0844.4th March 2009 at 10:33 #55990PanGuest
It is very-very difficult for me to find out these X-words (such as ‘rule’ or angular brackets) when I want to post my message. I needs to do this many times. It takes many time and my nerves. I don’t work in CSA. I am an ordinary engineer. May I ask you to publish your X-files with this dangerous words for overall review. It will better for us and for you.
With Best Regard, Pan5th March 2009 at 08:53 #55991ModeratorGuest
No, we won’t do that. If you email us the message you are having problems with, we will work out why it is being blocked.17th March 2009 at 04:45 #55992TimGuest
Thanks a lot, Mike
one more question:
if i change parameter 002:0844 PREANA_FOR_EMERG_CALL to FF(to execute preanalysis), i’ll have to define the number 112 in the normal preanalysis too, right?17th March 2009 at 16:43 #55993MikeGuest
Really I do not know. I’ve never seen such configuration.