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Roaming – BOIC

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    ram
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    Hi all,
    What will be the behaviour of BOIC (Barring of all international calls) in roaming. Is it possible for customer to make calls to local country number.
    And what is the difference between BAOC (barring of all outgoing calls) and BOIC

    Pls clarify.

    #60756 Reply
    C300G
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    >What will be the behaviour of BOIC (Barring of all international calls) in roaming.
    Calls, which called partys are treated by visiting MSC as International (from point of view of visiting country), will be aborted.

    >Is it possible for customer to make calls to local country number.
    With exported BOIC to visiting country number?
    Yes.

    >And what is the difference between BAOC (barring of all outgoing calls) and BOIC
    BAOC makes all outgoing calls aborted. Some MSC have internal parameters that aborts on that flag all outgoing SMS also.

    #60757 Reply
    ram
    Guest

    thanks c300G

    #60758 Reply
    Gerardo Silva
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    If we put an international VLR into the HPLMN how the BOIC works when I want to make a call from another VLR which belong to the same home but different country

    #60759 Reply
    Wallis Dudhnath
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    GSM’s SS BOIC, BICRO, etc.. is well described in the 3GPP standards. For International VLR addresses you also have to look at the Rules / Tariff configuration that is set with OCS (3GPP). This can influence how the Telephony Call is handled by the Network.

    VBR/ Wallis Dudhnath

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