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MNP

  • This topic has 3 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 7 months ago by NAHLA GAMIL.
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  • #62858 Reply
    midhun
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    dear frineds….

    Can any body explain abt how MNP(mobile number portability) works”..give me some basic ideas abt MNP..what are the requirements to implement the MNP

    #62859 Reply
    Sudheer
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    What exactly you want to know?
    In india MNP whihc is under testing phase by many operators is applicable intra-cirle and for mobile numbers only. There are different ways to implement MNP. One of the method is all call query. Every call will be queried in database to check if it ported or normal number and accordingly call will be routed.

    #62860 Reply
    wallis dudhnath
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    Worked on MNP solutions. Below are examples of MNP solutions that can be used:-

    – Intelligent Network (IN) solution. Basically, every call is IN. The IN application will analyse and determine if a number has been ported.

    – Using MNP-SRF (Signalling Relay Function for support of MNP)

    For the Mobile Network the use of MNP-SRF has proven to be very popular. MNP is a Network Feature. Touchpoints (integration) with IT/OSS and BSS will be required.

    VBR/ Wallis Dudhnath

    #70961 Reply
    NAHLA GAMIL
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    Hello,
    I am in deep need of help, I need to find the comparison between the four schemes, All Call Query, Query on Release, Onward, and call dropback. I am interested in the routing times and which scheme takes the shortest time. Can I get any help?

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