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establishment, including IAM, ACM, CPG, ANM, CON and REL UUI may also be included in UUS-speci c ISUP messages, such as facility or user-to-user information Signalling and procedure details of UUS are speci ed in 3GPP TS 23087 A maximum of 32 or 128 octets user data may be transported, depending on the signalling network Up to 3GPP Rel-5, CAP does not convey any UUI Hence, UUS is transparent for any CAMEL service CAMEL phase 4 in 3GPP Rel-6, however, allows for including UUI in IDP operation (Figure 89) UUS may be used between two (mobile) subscribers or between a mobile subscriber and network equipment This enhancement to CAMEL phase 4 is earmarked for GSM-R , which is GSM-adapted for use by railways (see http://gsm-ruicassofr/) An MSC/gsmSSF that supports this feature of CAMEL phase 4 includes the UUI that is present on the access network (DTAP or ISUP/BICC), into CAP IDP For an MO call, UUI present in DTAP Setup is copied to CAP IDP; for an MT call in GMSC or VMSC and for an MF call, UUI present in ISUP IAM is copied to CAP IDP Support of this feature in the MSC/gsmSSF is not indicated in the offered CAMEL 4 functionalities The reason is that this functionality has no impact on CAMEL service logic behaviour If the SCP does not support this parameter (the UUI) in CAP IDP, then it will ignore it CAMEL does not allow the UUI in ISUP IAM to be modi ed UUI that may be present in other ISUP messages, such as ACM or REL, is not reported to the SCP
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CAMEL: Intelligent Networks for the GSM, GPRS and UMTS Network
825 Enhancement to User Interaction User interaction (playing announcements to the user, collecting digits from the user) entails that a traf c connection is established between the served subscriber and an announcement device The announcement device may be internal to the MSC or external When the announcement device is external to the MSC, a CAMEL control relationship may be established between the announcement device and the SCP (assisting dialogue; see Section 434) The CAMEL service may instruct the announcement device which announcement to play etc The traf c connection between serving MSC and announcement device does not contain information related to the CAMEL call, such as calling party number or called party number Of course, the ISUP/BICC IAM between serving MSC and announcement device contains called party number, but that called party number relates to the actual traf c connection to the announcement device If calling party and/or called party, related to the CAMEL call, are needed to select the announcement to be played, then the CAMEL service will use the control relationship to indicate the required announcement to the announcement device To facilitate the use of autonomous announcement devices, the traf c ow between serving MSC and external announcement devices is enhanced When the CAMEL service establishes the connection between the serving MSC and the external announcement device, it uses CAP establish temporary connection (ETC) The service may include the parameters original called party Id and calling party number in CAP ETC The serving MSC maps these parameters on the corresponding elements in the ISUP IAM that is used to establish the connection with the announcement device When user interaction is done from the GMSC, then the original called party Id in CAP ETC may contain the MSISDN of the called subscriber, ie the subscriber on whose behalf the CAMEL service is invoked In other words, the original called party number in CAP ETC is not related to the original called party number from the ISUP IAM arriving at the GMSC (see Figure 810 for a use case of this feature) The content delivery system (CDS) in Figure 810 requires the MSISDN of the served subscriber to select the announcement associated with this called party The calling party number may further be required to personalize the announcement, taking the calling party into consideration The enhancement to CAP ETC is not indicated in the offered CAMEL4 functionalities in CAP IDP Hence, service logic designers must take care when to use this enhancement An MSC/gsmSSF that does not support this enhancement to CAP ETC would ignore these newly speci ed parameters Prior to the availability of this CAMEL capability, service logics may use proprietary methods, like embedding the B-MSISDN into the assisting SSP IP Routing Address