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Forced routing based in OICK ET TICK

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    Hello Team ,
    I need your help how I can route the call to home operator using based in OICK and TICK ? ( Forced routing from Visited network to Home network MVNE)

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    Wallis Dudhnath

    OIN, TIN, OICK, TICK, Extended OICK, Extended TICK, etc.. is a
    non-standardised way to use DP2 and IN triggering to access an
    IN service / application. Standardised solutions is based on
    CAMEL and the use of x-CSI flags.

    If you want to use OICK / TICK for rout(e)ing then you will need
    to use B-Number Analysis (digit decoder) that is linked to a
    B-Origin and an OICK / TICK configured value. DT – Data Transcript – can
    then be built and tested.

    As this is OICK / TICK, the HPLMN and the VPLMN will need to be from the same vendor, i.e. Ericsson.

    VBR/ Wallis Dudhnath

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