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1st April 2009 at 09:24 #56590AndyGuest
Can anyone tell me if it’s possible to route a TS12 Public Emergency call based on Cell of origin?
This is a private network, where one subscriber wants all emergency calls originating in one specific area to be routed to a special emergency desk. All other emergency calls within the network would be routed to a different desk.2nd April 2009 at 07:18 #56591paraHOGuest
TWhich way TS12 calls originating:
a) inside the private network and remaining inside private network?
b) from inside going outside to public network?
c) outside public network going into private network?
ETS 300905 Third Edition (GSM0203) states
Table 2: Teleservice categories and Teleservices
“NOTE: Direct access to private networks is foreseen by recommended provision A.
3GPP 22.003-800 does not mention private network.2nd April 2009 at 08:02 #56592AndyGuest
Unfortunately, it’s not even that simple. It’s a “cross border” thing for the railway.
What I need is for an emergency call initiated in one area to be routed to an emergency desk in one private network, but all others to be routed to the desk in a different private network.2nd April 2009 at 08:23 #56593paraHOGuest
OK Andy need to do a bit of checking and comeback, but one more question, OK, is this GSMR?2nd April 2009 at 09:04 #56594PanGuest
Yes, it is possible. I think it’s possible to realize origination dependent emergency calls routeing on most vendor’s equipment. For example, by means of LMN parameter in Siemens.2nd April 2009 at 09:16 #56595AndyGuest
paraHO … Yes, this is GSM-R
Pan … the equipment in question is the Nortel DMS switch20th April 2009 at 08:22 #56596AndyGuest
Can anyone give me a little guidance on this issue yet please?8th May 2009 at 09:54 #56597AndyGuest
You said you’s check this out for me, did you ever manage to come up with anything