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Parameters in ISUP IAM - Additional calling party number - User-to- user information - MLPP precedence - Calling geodetic location - ISUP IAM
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See 3GPP TS 23087 for user-to-user information Reporting of UUS information to gsmSCF is introduced in CAMEL phase 4 in 3GPP Rel-6 5 See 3GPP TS 23067 for enhanced multi-level precedence and pre-emption service (eMLPP)
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Transparently transferred ISUP messages (examples) Description An event has occurred during call setup which should be relayed to the calling party CPG may contain charge indicator, called party s status indicator, etc FAC may be used to inform the calling party about pending call transfer RES indicates that the call is no longer on hold SUS indicates that the call is temporarily placed on hold UUS information may be used during call set up and during active call, to transfer information between calling and called party
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6 CAMEL phase 4 in 3GPP Rel-6 speci es that user-to-user information may be reported to gsmSCF That applies to the user-to-user information element in ISUP IAM, but not to separate user-to-user ISUP messages
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not have corresponding DPs in the BCSM As a result, a CAMEL service may not be aware of the transfer of these messages through the ISUP link Examples of messages are given in Table 66 Transfer of these ISUP messages between calling and called party requires, however, that calling and called party are controlled by the same BCSM Practically, this means that the transparent transfer of ISUP signalling occurs only between legs 1 and 2 Figure 621 shows a couple of examples of ISUP signalling transfer
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In example 1 in Figure 621, legs 1 and 2 reside in the same BCSM and are in speech connection; ISUP messages are transparently transferred between legs 1 and 2 In example 2, the ISUP message transfer between legs 1 and 2 still holds There is, however, no ISUP message transfer, in either direction, between legs 1 and 3 Example 3 applies to a two-party call whereby the called party is temporarily placed on hold Although the two legs belong to the same BCSM (not visible in the gure), ISUP messages are not transferred between them The reason is that the two legs are not in speech connection at that moment 623 Network-initiated Call Establishment The initiate call attempt (ICA) operation that is used to create additional parties in a call may also be used to create a new call Such a call is often referred to as a call out of the blue Use cases for this capability include, but are not limited to: person-to-person call establishment (eg internet click-to-talk service); conference call establishment (eg corporate mail and agenda system, initiating a scheduled conference call); and content-push (eg news services; noti cation call) The gsmSCF initiates a call by sending CAP ICA to an MSC/gsmSSF This MSC may be an arbitrary MSC That is to say, the MSC does not need to be a VMSC, ie it has no VLR and is not connected to the RAN, and the MSC does not need to be a GMSC, ie it cannot handle MT call establishment Figure 622 presents rudimentary network architecture for a network-initiated two-person call Figure 622 shows a case where the SCP initiates a call to a GSM subscriber in the HPLMN and a call to a PSTN subscriber, eg the owner of a web-based click-to-call service The two calls are established in the MSC/gsmSSF and are placed in speech connection Calls that are created by the SCP are always outgoing calls That means that these calls are controlled through an OBCSM instance The dotted gsmSSF instances in Figure 622 indicate that the GMSC may invoke a CAMEL service as a result of receiving T-CSI from HLR; the VMSC may invoke a CAMEL service as a result of having VT-CSI in VLR The CAMEL service may establish the call in an MSC/gsmSSF that is at the same time GMSC That node can then do the HLR interrogation Figure 623 shows the call segment con guration for this call example The new call parties have call leg 3 and higher; each leg is created in a separate call segment A leg may be placed in call segment 1 (the primary call segment) as soon as the leg has reached the alerting state Alternatively, one of the legs is created in call segment 1 The CAMEL service may connect individual call legs to an announcement device The reason is that the respective call parties will not answer the call simultaneously; hence, an announcement is needed A call party