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Use this object to configure ENUM service.

To support ENUM services for SBC in ERE mode, manually create an ACL rule towards ENUM server to allow the packets (ENUM responses) from ENUM server into SBC.

Set Fill Rate to a higher value (for example, Fill Rate = 2000) to support high ENUM call loads (more than 20 cps). See Ip Access Control List - Rule for configuration details.

To View Enum Service

On SBC main screen, go to Configuration > System Provisioning > Category: Call Routing > Servers > Enum Service. The Enum Service window is displayed.

Figure : Call Routing - Servers- Enum Service

 

To Edit Enum Service

To edit any of the Enum Service in the list, click the radio button next to the specific Enum Service name.

Figure : Call Routing - Servers - Enum Service Highlighted

 

The Edit Selected Enum Service window is displayed below.

Figure : Call Routing - Servers - Enum Service Edit Window

To Create Enum Service

To create a new Enum Service, click New Enum Service tab on the Enum Service List panel.

Figure : Call Routing - Servers - Enum Service Fields

 

The Create New Enum Service window is displayed.

Figure : Call Routing - Servers- Enum Service Create Window

 

The following fields are displayed:

Table : Enum Service Parameters


Parameter


Description

Name

Specify the name of the enum server.

Default
Treatment

Select the default treatment for request timeout:

  • Route As Dialed
  • Apply Final Treatment

Service Type

Select the type of DNS/ENUM service:

  • CNAM
  • LNP
  • SIP AoR

Request Time
Out

The request timeout value in seconds. This value supersedes the request timeout value.

Priority

Specifies the priority (order) of ENUM service execution. If this parameter is not set or set to the default of 129, default priorities are assigned for LNP (130), CNAM (131) and SIP AoR (132). If a different order of service execution is desired, set the priorities accordingly.

For example, setting CNAM priority to 133 executes SIP AoR before CNAM.

To Copy Enum Service

To copy any of the created Enum Service and to make any minor changes, click the radio button next to the specific Enum Service to highlight the row.

Figure : Call Routing - Servers - Enum Service Highlighted


 

Click Copy Enum Service tab on the Enum Service List panel.

Figure : Call Routing - Servers- Enum Service Fields

 

The Copy Selected Enum Service window is displayed along with the field details which can be edited.

Figure : Call Routing - Servers - Enum Service Copy Window

 

The following fields are displayed:

Table : Enum Service Copy Parameters


Parameter


Description

Name

Specify the name of the enum server.

Default
Treatment

Select the default treatment for request timeout:

  • Route As Dialed
  • Apply Final Treatment

Service Type

Select the type of DNS/ENUM service:

  • CNAM
  • LNP
  • SIP AoR

Request Time
Out

The request timeout value in seconds. This value supersedes the request timeout value.

Criteria
Trigger CriteriaSpecifies the trigger criteria value.
Flags
Active

Specifies whether to enable enumeration or not. The options are:

  • enable
  • disable (default)
Process Calling Number

Enable this flag to analyze the calling number using prefix profile.

When this flag is disabled, the calling number is not analyzed and hence if it has +CC, the same is sent as-is to SBC in the calling number field in policy response. The options are:

  • enable
  • disable (default)
Process New ANI

When this flag is enabled for ENUM AoR service, and ENUM AoR response contains "newani=<some_number>" parameter in NAPTR record, the ERE overwrites the existing calling number of the call with the newANI number.

When this flag is disabled, any newANIparameters received in NAPTR response are ignored in PES. The options are:

  • enable
  • disable (default)
Enum Definitions
Private Domain Name for Enum LookupsSpecifies the private domain name used for launching this ENUM Service.

Make the required changes to the required fields and click Save to save the changes. The copied Enum Service is displayed at the bottom of the original Enum Service in the Enum Service List panel.

To Delete Enum Service

To delete any of the created Enum Service, click the radio button next to the specific Enum Service which you want to delete.

Figure : Call Routing - Servers - Enum Service Highlighted


 

Click Delete at the end of the highlighted row. A delete confirmation message appears seeking your decision.

Figure : Call Routing - Servers- Enum Service Delete Confirmation

 

Click OK to remove the specific Enum Service from the list.

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