This example does not consider BOR in Visual Studio .NET

Encoder QR Code ISO/IEC18004 in Visual Studio .NET This example does not consider BOR
This example does not consider BOR
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CAMEL: Intelligent Networks for the GSM, GPRS and UMTS Network
Make QR Code ISO/IEC18004 In .NET
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Option 1
QR Code Recognizer In VS .NET
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eg VPN NP CAMEL service service logic CAP gsmSSF MS DTAP SETUP VMSC CS1 SSF'
Creating Barcode In .NET Framework
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NPDB
Read Bar Code In .NET Framework
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ISUP IAM
Drawing QR Code 2d Barcode In Visual C#.NET
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To destination subscriber
QR Code Drawer In .NET
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Option 2
QR Code Printer In Visual Basic .NET
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NPDB
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eg pre-paid NP CAMEL service service logic CS1 SSF' CAP gsmSSF VMSC ISUP IAM
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NPDB = number portability data base SSF' = light weight SSF
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DTAP SETUP
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To destination subscriber
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All call query for mobile number portability
Code 39 Full ASCII Scanner In Visual Studio .NET
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Number is ported
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MSC InitialDP [CdPN = +27 82 999 2233] Connect [Dest Subscr Nr = 12 27 82 999 2233] NPDB MSC
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Number is not ported
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MSC InitialDP [CdPN = +27 82 999 2255] Continue CdPN = called party number Dest Subscr Nr= destination subscriber number
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NP check for ported and for non-ported number
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check for a call to a ported number, as well as an example signal ow for an NP check for a call to a non-ported number The 12 that is returned for the NP check for the query for the call to +27 82 999 2233 is a routing number (RN) This RN is used to route the call to the subscription network of the called subscriber Routing numbers for MNP are nationally standardized; hence the MSC will be con gured to use the RN to select a route to the subscription network The MNP check may be performed before CAMEL service triggering or after CAMEL service triggering; the latter method is more common Either method has its advantage MNP Check Prior to CAMEL Invocation The RN is obtained before CAMEL service invocation and may be included in the initial DP for the CAMEL service This may be useful for CAMEL pre-paid service The pre-paid service may use RN to determine the destination network for the call and apply the corresponding tariff MNP Check after CAMEL Invocation If the CAMEL service may modify the destination of the call, then it is advantageous to perform the NP check after the CAMEL service If the CAMEL-provided destination of the call is ported to another network, then the NP check ensures that the RN is obtained to route the call to the subscription network of the called subscriber
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CAMEL Phase 4
The effect of performing the NP check at the originating MSC is that, when the call is routed out of the MSC, the call is routed to the correct network; no further NP check is required For calls that are established in the PSTN, the NP check may be performed by a local exchange or by a transit exchange This method of performing NP check in the originating network is also known as NP check at the source If a call originates from another country, then the international border exchange may perform the NP check 6812 Signalling Relay Function In countries that do not perform NP checks at the source, a call may arrive at a GMSC of a network that is not the subscription network of the called subscriber The reason is that an MSC uses the called party number in ISUP IAM to determine whether it will act as GMSC for that call, ie contact the HLR for routing information If the called party number falls within the MSISDN number range of the operator in which network the MSC resides, then the MSC will act as a GMSC This may have the effect that the GMSC contacts the HLR for a call to a subscriber whose number belongs to that operator, but whose subscription resides with another operator Figure 652 shows two examples of the related network diagram GMSC-A denotes a GMSC of the PLMN that the MSISDN of the called subscriber belongs to That GMSC decides to send MAP SRI to the HLR The SS7 network of the operator contains an MNP signalling relay function (SRF) The SRF has the function to intercept the MAP SRI and to verify whether the called subscriber belongs to this network If the called subscriber does not belong to this network, then the MNP SRF may return a routing number (RN) to the GMSC The GMSC uses the RN to route the call to the subscription network of MSISDN-B A GMSC in MSISDN-B s network performs the same action, ie sends the MAP SRI towards the HLR In this case, the MNP SRF in that network determines that the called subscriber belongs to that network and forwards the MAP SRI to the HLR for that subscriber Alternatively, the MNP SRF relays the MAP SRI to the HLR of MSISDN-B in PLMN-B In that case, GMSC-A may receive an MSRN for the called subscriber GMSC-A could in this case also receive CAMEL trigger information, such as T-CSI The method of relaying ISUP IAM to the subscription network of the called subscriber has the advantage that terminating call handling is performed in the called subscriber s HPLMN Hence, the operator may apply proprietary call handling mechanisms between GMSC and gsmSCF However, the method of relaying MAP SRI to the subscription network of the called subscriber results in more ef cient call routing through ISUP The latter method may be compared with BOR More call routing mechanisms at the GMSC for number portability are described in 3GPP TS 23066 [82] 3GPP TS 23066 [82] also speci es non-call-related routing for ported subscribers,
HLR-A MNP SRF MAP SRI-Res ISUP IAM [RN+MSISDN-B] MAP SRI ISUP IAM [MSISDN-B]