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3rd October 2003 at 14:54 #36558priya.sGuest
I want to know the INAP protocol messages and its contents like IAM,ACM,CPG etc in ISUP message.Can somebody help me ?6th October 2003 at 07:55 #36559NetGuest
give me your e-mail adrress, i can send you IN messages documents.7th October 2003 at 01:47 #36560MisaGuest
Plz include me too. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rgds9th October 2003 at 08:48 #36561KamruGuest
Please send me also…..
My ID:12th October 2003 at 18:19 #36562SunilGuest
Hi Priya/Net/Misa/Kamru ,
Please send the doc to my mail id also.It will be a great Help.
Thx in Advance15th October 2003 at 11:11 #36563Mohamed AIT ALLAGuest
INAP messages include InitialDP, Applycharging, etc..
IAM, ACM comes from ISUP protocol. fyi, ISUP is above MTP3 while INAP uses TCAP.15th October 2003 at 18:23 #36564ScotGuest
* When IN Subscriber roms outside of HPLMN and During a LU does HLR Relays the info to SCF / not ?17th October 2003 at 18:28 #36565Mohamed AIT-ALLAGuest
IN for roaming is called CAMEL.
camel is an an enhancement to inap with mobility management messages.
there are 4 version of Camel. Camel 2 is the widely used. camel 3 is for 3G. camel 4 is sip-based.
to answer ur question, where a roamer wants to use an IN service like prepaid HLR just loads to local Visited VLR the address of the Home SCP of the subscriber then visited VLR/MSC talkes direclty to home SCP.
if u need more info u can send ur messages to email@example.com
br11th November 2003 at 11:38 #36566v.sriramGuest
Please send the IN Messages document to me also.pllll
rgds11th November 2003 at 14:13 #36567JuliusGuest
Could someone assist me to understand if a Subscriber with roaming capability in a particular FPLMN has established a call in his HPLMN and he is moving accross to the boarder with the FPLMN, will this call be maintained by means of Handover to the other Network where he can Roam or it will be terminated?12th November 2003 at 00:56 #36568NguyenGuest
This is a big question about inter-PLMN handover and we have discussed early, but the answer was not found clearly. Plz refer to this thread:
Very happy to continue discuss with this matter. Plz contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Brgds13th November 2003 at 08:22 #36569Prabhakar vermaGuest
Julius , i think i have the answer, the call would drop.. as the moment he crosses over to the other network area, the call has to be handed over from HPLMN BTS site to FPLMN BTS site.. which is not possible…hence the call would drop.The subscriber would have to do again a fresh location update so as to update the FPLMN VLR with its profile from the HPLMN HLR ,after which the call can be establish.13th November 2003 at 12:52 #36570ScotGuest
It should be VPLMN ?
Intrer PLMNN Handover is possible in case of the The Target and Present MSC Are having the Relationship called C-Located MSC.
But this is possible as per theory.But practically no information.
Scot14th November 2003 at 11:08 #36571GREGGuest
Please send me also…..
this is for my very important, please14th November 2003 at 19:47 #36572ScotGuest
No C-Located…it is Co-Located…