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This document describes the database tables that are related to the services.

Access the SDA database tables by

  1. Selecting CONFIGURATION > SDA, and clicking the Databases tab.

  2. Select the required database tables listed in the left pane under the Databases tab. 

ANSI Current Rate

The ANSI Current Rate node allows you to display the current sampled call rate for MTP and ANSI TCAP information.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the ANSI Current Rate table. The ANSI Current Rate database table displays the ANSI current rate middle pane contents  and the ANSI current rate right pane contents.

ANSI current rate middle pane contents

Logical network

The logical network names that are configured in the Sonus Networks Signaling System. Select a name from the drop-down list.

OPC

The primary point code for the logical network. The valid range is (0-255)-(0-255)-(0-255).

Package type

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are unidirectional, queryWithPermission, queryWithoutPermission, response, conversationWithPermission, conversationWithoutPermission, and abort.


Component type

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are none, invokeLast, returnResultLast, returnError, reject, invokeNotLast, and returnResultLast.

OCI

The operation code identifier. Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are none, national, and private.

Operation family

The valid range is 0 - 255.

Operation specifier

The valid range is 0 - 255.

Client monitored

The valid range is 0 - 32767.

Rate

The sample call rate for a number. The valid range is 5-100.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

ANSI current rate right pane contents

ANSI SCCP GTI0

The ANSI TCAP GTI0 node allows you to assign an ANSI SCCP address of global title format 0. The provisioned address can then be referenced in either an SCCP Origin Group or SCCP Destination Group.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the ANSI SCCP GTI0 table. The ANSI SCCP GTI0 database table displays the ANSI SCCP GTI0 middle pane contents and the ANSI SCCP GTI0 right pane contents

ANSI SCCP GTI0 middle pane contents

SCCP group name

The SCCP group name allows you to create a group that is used to associate SCCP origins. This field refers to an entry in the SCCP group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

SSN group name

The SSN group name. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

ANSI SCCP GTI0 right pane contents 

  • SCCP Group name panel

  • SSN Group Name panel 

The fields displayed in the preceding panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

ANSI SCCP GTI1

The ANSI SCCP GTI1 node allows you to assign an ANSI SCCP address of global title format 1. The provisioned address can then be referenced in either an SCCP Origin Group or SCCP Destination Group.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the ANSI SCCP GTI1 table. The ANSI SCCP GTI1 database table displays the ANSI SCCP GTI1 middle pane contents and the ANSI SCCP GTI1 right pane contents.

ANSI SCCP GTI1 middle pane contents

NP

The numbering plan. The valid range is 0 - 15.

Start address

The start address field refers to the start address digits of ANSI SCCP GTI1. The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-28 Hex digits).

SCCP group name

The SCCP group name allows you to create a group that is used to associate the SCCP origins. This field refers to an entry in the SCCP group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

SSN group name

The SSN group name. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters

TT group name

The TT group name. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters

End address

The end address field refers to the end address digits of ANSI SCCP GTI1. The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-28 Hex digits)

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.


ANSI SCCP GTI1 right pane contents

  • SCCP Group name panel
  • SSN group name

The fields displayed in the preceding panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

ANSI SCCP GTI2

The ANSI TCAP GTI2 node allows you to assign an ANSI SCCP address of global title format 2. The provisioned address can then be referenced in either an SCCP Origin Group or SCCP Destination Group.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the ANSI SCCP GTI2 table. The ANSI SCCP GTI2 database table displays the ANSI SCCP GTI2 middle pane contents and the ANSI SCCP GTI2 right pane contents

ANSI SCCP GTI2 middle pane contents

Start Address 

The start address refers to the start address digits of ANSI SCCP GTI2. The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-28 Hex digits).

SCCP group name

The SCCP group name allows you to create a group that is used to associate the SCCP origins. This field refers to an entry in the SCCP group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

SSN group name

The SSN group name. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

TT group name

The TT group name. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

End address

The end address refers to the end address digits of ANSI SCCP GTI2. The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1 - 28 hex digits).


Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

ANSI SCCP GTI2 right pane contents

  • SCCP Group name panel
  • SSN group name panel
  • TT group name panel

The fields displayed in the preceding panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

ANSI TCAP Message

The ANSI TCAP message node allows you to associate ANSI TCAP messages with a TCAP message group name.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.
  2. Click the Databases tab.
  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.
  4. Select the ANSI TCAP Message group table. The ANSI TCAP Message group database table displays the ANSI TCAP Message middle pane contents  and ANSI TCAP Message right pane contents.

ANSI TCAP Message middle pane contents

The fields displayed in ANSI TCAP Message are the same as the ANSI TCAP message group.

ANSI TCAP Message right pane contents

The fields displayed in ANSI TCAP Message are the same as the ANSI TCAP message group.  

ANSI TCAP Message Group

The ANSI TCAP message group node allows you to associate ANSI TCAP messages with a TCAP message group name.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.
  2. Click the Databases tab.
  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.
  4. Select the ANSI TCAP Message Group table. The ANSI TCAP Message group database table displays the ANSI TCAP message group middle pane contents and ANSI TCAP message group right pane contents.


ANSI TCAP Message Group middle pane contents

Package type

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are unidirectional, queryWithPermission, queryWithoutPermission, response, conversationWithPermission, conversationWithoutPermission, and abort.

Component type

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are none, invokeLast, returnResultLast, returnError, reject, invokeNotLast, and returnResultNotLast.

OCI

The operation code identifier. Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are none, national, and private.

Operation family

The valid range is 0-255.

Operation Specifier

The valid range is 0-255.

TCAP Message Group Name

The TCAP message group name allows you to create a group that is used to associate the TCAP messages. This field refers to an entry in the TCAP message group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

ANSI TCAP Message Group right pane contents

  • TCAP message group name panel

The fields displayed in this panel are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.


Called Number Single

The Called Number Single node allows you to associate an individual called number with a specific user event, a custom list and specific user-defined custom list event, and a system list and specific user-defined system list event.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Called Number Single table. The Called Number Single database table displays the Called Number Single middle pane contents contents and the Called Number Single right pane contents.

Called Number Single middle pane contents

Calling number

The valid range is 0 - 999999999999999 (1-15 digits).

Custom list name

The custom list name field refers to an entry in the custom list name table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

System list name

The name of the system list. The valid range is 1 - 20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined events. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1 - 50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

Custom list event name

The custom list event name field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1 - 50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

System list event name

The system list event name field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1 - 50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. Ifinvalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.


Called Number Single right pane contents

  • Custom List Name panel
  • System List Name panel
  • Event Name panel
  • Custom List Event Name panel
  • System List Event Name panel

The fields displayed in the preceding panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

Called Number Range

The Called Number Range node allows you to associate a range of called numbers with a specific user event, a custom list and specific user-defined custom list event, and a system list and specific user-defined system list event.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Called Number Range table. The Called Number Range database table displays the Called Number Range middle pane contents and the Called Number Range right pane contents

Called Number Range middle pane contents

Start number

The valid range is 0-999999999999999 (1 - 15 digits).

Custom list name

The custom list name field refers to an entry in the custom list name table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

System list name

The system list name field refers to an entry in the system list name table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined events. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

Custom list event name

The custom list event name field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1 - 50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

System list event name

The system list event name field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1 - 50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters

End number

The valid range is 0-999999999999999 (15 digits).

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Called Number Range right pane contents

  • Custom List Name panel
  • System List Name panel
  • Event Name
  • Custom List Event Name
  • System List Event Name

The fields displayed in the preceding panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

Calling Number Single

The Calling Number Single node allows you to associate an individual calling number with a specific user event, a custom list and specific user-defined custom list event, and a system list and specific user-defined system list event.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane. 

  4. Select the Calling Number Single table. The Calling Number Single database table displays the Calling Number Single middle pane contents and the Calling Number Single right pane contents


Calling Number Single middle pane contents

Calling number

The valid range is 0-999999999999999 (1 - 15 digits).

Custom list name

The custom list name field refers to an entry in the custom list name table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

System list name

The name of the system list. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined events. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

Custom list event name

The custom list event name field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1 - 50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

System list event name

The system list event name field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1 - 50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Calling Number Single right pane contents

  • Custom List Name panel
  • System List Name panel
  • Event Name panel
  • Custom List Event Name panel
  • System List Event Name panel

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

Calling Number Range

The Calling Number Range node allows you to associate a range of calling numbers with a specific user event, a custom list and specific user-defined custom list event, and a system list and specific user-defined system list event.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.
  2. Click the Databases tab.
  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.
  4. Select the Calling Number Range table. The Calling Number Range database table displays the Calling Number Range middle pane contents and the Calling Number Range right pane contents.

Calling Number Range middle pane contents

Start number

The valid range is 0-999999999999999 (1-15 digits).

Custom list name

The custom list name field refers to an entry in the custom list name table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

System list name

The system list name field refers to an entry in the system list name table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

Event name

The event name of the mandatory or user-defined events. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

Custom list event name

The custom list event name field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

System list event name

The system list event name field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

End number

The valid range is 0-999999999999999 (15 digits).

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.


Calling Number Range right pane contents

  • Custom List Name panel
  • System List Name panel
  • Event Name
  • Custom List Event Name
  • System List Event Name

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the  Events name panel in Event Description.

Call Type

The Call Type node allows you to associate different digits with a defined call type name.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select Call Type. The Call Type database table displays the Call Type middle pane contents contents and the Call Type right pane contents.

Call Type middle pane contents

Call type number

The call type number. The valid range is 0-9999999999 (1-10 digits).

Call type name

The name of the call type. This field refers to an entry in the call type name table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Call Type right pane contents

  • Call Type Name panel

The fields displayed in this panel are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

 

Call Type Name

The Call Type Name node allows you to create a group that is used to associate call types.

Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree. Click the Databases tab.

Select the service related database in the left pane. Select the Call Type Name.

The Call Type Name database table displays the Call Type Name middle pane contents and the Call Type Name right pane contents.

Call Type Name middle pane contents

Call type name

The name of the call group. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Call Type Name right pane contents

Calling Call Type Screening

The Calling Call Type Screening node allows you to associate a calling number with a call type. You can define a user-defined event that is generated when the calling number and the call type combination are found in the table.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree. 

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Calling Call Type Screening. The Calling Call Type Screening database table displays the Calling call type screening middle pane contents and the Calling call type screening right pane contents.

Calling Call Type Screening middle pane contents

Calling number

The valid range is 0-9999999999 (1-10 digits).

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined events. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

 

Call type name

The name of the call type. This field refers to an entry in the call type name table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column

Calling Call Type Screening right pane contents

  • Event Name panel
  • Call Type Name panel

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

Custom List Name

The Custom List Name allows you to create a group or category of called numbers that can be referenced by a calling number record in either the calling number single or calling number range table.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Custom List Name. The Custom List Name database table displays the Custom List Name middle pane contents and the Custom List Name right pane contents.

Custom List Name middle pane contents

Custom list name

The custom list name. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

List type

The type of list. Select the list type from the drop-down list. The possible values are Open and Closed. The default value is Open.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not  committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Custom List Name right pane contents

Custom List

The Custom List node allows you to assign the called numbers to an existing custom list name group.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree. 

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane. 

  4. Select the Custom List. The Custom List database table displays the Custom list middle pane contents  and the Custom list right pane contents.

Custom list middle pane contents

Figure : Custom list middle page content

Service Database nameParameters
Calling Number ScreeningCalled Number
 Custom List Name
 Status
Called Number ScreeningCustom List Number
 Custom List Name
 Status

Called number

The valid range is 0-999999999999999 (1-15 digits).

Custom list name

The custom list name. This field refers to an entry in the custom list name table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

Custom list number

The valid range is 0-999999999999999 (15 digits).

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Custom list right pane contents

  • Custom List Name panel

The fields displayed in this panel are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

Current Rate

The current rate node contains the current sampled call rate for a signaling relationship.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Current Rate table. The Current Rate database table displays the Current Rate middle pane contents and the Current Rate right pane contents.
The fields in the middle pane differ based on the selected database.

Current Rate middle pane contents

Figure : Current rate middle pane contents

Service Database nameParameters
TCAP Manual load monitoringOriginating Group NameTCAP Message Group NameClients MonitoredRateStateStatus
ISUP Automatic Called Number Load MonitoringNumberClients MonitoredRateStateStatus
ISUP Automatic Calling Number Load MonitoringNumberClients MonitoredRateStateStatus
ISUP Automatic Destination Network Element Load MonitoringLogical NetworkDPCRateClients MonitoredStateStatus
ISUP Automatic Originating Network Element Load MonitoringLogical NetworkOPCRateClients MonitoredStateStatus
ISUP Manual Called Number Load MonitoringManual CdPNClients MonitoredRateStateStatus
ISUP Manual Calling Number Load MonitoringManual CgPNClients MonitoredRateStateStatus
ISUP Manual Originating Network Element Load MonitoringOriginating Group NameClients MonitoredRateStateStatus
ISUP Manual Destination Network Element Load MonitoringDestination Group NameClients MonitoredRateStateStatus

Originating group name

The originating group name establishes a connection between the group of origins. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

 

TCAP message group name

The TCAP message group name allows you to create a group that is used to associate the TCAP messages. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Clients monitored

The valid range is 0-32767.

Rate

The sample call rate for a number. The valid range is 5-100.

Number

The called number.

 

Logical network

The logical network contains the full range of signaling point codes that allow signaling point codes to overlap into any number of logical networks. The valid range is 0-31 and the default value is 0.

DPC

The destination point code. The valid range is (0-255)-(0-255)-(0-255).

OPC

The originating point code is the primary point code of the logical network. The valid range is (0-255)-(0-255)-(0-255).

Manual CdPN

The manual CdPN contains information on individually monitored numbers. The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-28 Hex digits).

Manual CgPN

The manual CgPN contains information on individually monitored numbers. The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-28 Hex digits).

Destination group name

The destination group name allows you to establish groups, types of monitoring, and events to be used for the group. This field refers to an entry in the destination group table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Current Rate right pane contents

The fields in the right pane differ based on the selected database.
  • Originating group name panel
  • TCAP message group name panel

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description

Date and Time

The Date and Time node indicates the date and time when the overload is monitored. The node also contains information on a specific monitor mode and the rates that apply.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.
  2. Click the Databases tab.
  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.
  4. Select the Date and Time. The Date and Time database table displays the Date and Time middle pane contents and the Date and Time right pane contents.

Date and Time middle pane contents

Name of date configuration

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Start date and time

The start date and time of the monitoring. The date format is set as per the System Manager. The time format is constant. The default value is not null.

End date and time

The end date and time of the monitoring. The date format is set as per the System Manager. The time format is constant.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Date and Time right pane contents

 

Destinations

The Destinations node allows you to represent an end point for a ported service that contains a point code.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.
  2. Click the Databases tab.
  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.
  4. Select the Destinations. The Destinations database table displays the Destinations middle pane contents and the Destinations right pane contents.

Destinations middle pane contents

Figure : Destination middle pane contents

Service Database nameParameters
Number PortabilityDestination NameLogical NetworkPoint CodeFinalSSNStatus
ISUP Manual Destination Network Element Load MonitoringLogical NetworkDPCDestination Group NameStatus

Destination name

The name of the destination. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Logical network

The logical network names are configured in the Sonus Networks Signaling System. Select a name from the drop-down list.

Point code

The point code is the address used for message routing. The valid range is (0-255)-(0-255)-(0-255).

Final

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are Yes and No. and the default value is Yes.

SSN

The valid range is 0-254 and the default value is 0.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Destinations right pane contents

  • Destination Group Name panel

The field displayed in this panel is the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

Destination Group Name

The Destination Group Name node allows you to establish the groups, types of monitoring, and events needed for the group.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.
  2. Click the Databases tab.
  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.
  4. Select the Destination Group Name. The Destination Group Name database table displays the Destination Group Name middle pane contents and the Destination Group Name right pane contents.

Destination Group Name middle pane contents

Destination group name

The name of the destination group to be established and types of monitoring and event to be used in the group. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Event name

The name for the mandatory or user-defined event. The names and IDs are used as identities for an event in the table. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Name of time configuration

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Name of date configuration

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Monitor always

This is used to check if the destination group is always monitored. Select the value from the drop-down list. The possible values are Yes and No. The default value is No.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Destination Group Name right pane contents

Events

The events node displays the events generated by a service. Both the mandatory and user-defined events are displayed in the table.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Events table. The Events database table displays the Events middle pane contents and the Events right pane contents.

Events middle pane contents

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined event. The names and IDs are used as an identity for an event in the table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Event ID

A unique ID for the event name. It is automatically generated when you add an event to the table.

_update_

This column is applicable only for ANSI ISUP Content Screening database. The possible values are Yes and No. The default is Yes.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column 

Events right pane contents


Event Description

The Event Description node allows you to define event descriptions.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Event Description table. The Event Description database table displays the Event Description middle pane contents and the Event Description right pane contents.

Event Description middle pane contents

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined event. The name and IDs are used as an identity for an event in the table. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Event description

The description of an event that you can define. The valid range is 1-255 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

_update_

This column is applicable only for ANSI ISUP Content Screening database. The possible values are Yes and No. The default is Yes.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Event Description right pane contents

Events name panel

This panel is displayed if a row is selected in the middle pane and contains any referenced columns. The corresponding referenced table details are displayed in the right pane. The Event Name panel displays the following:

  • Parameters -- contains all the referenced tables column names for a selected row in the middle pane.
  • Values -- contains all the referenced tables column values for a selected row in the middle pane.

Search criteria panel

ITU SCCP GTI0

 The ITU SCCP GTI0 node allows you to assign an ITU SCCP address of global title format 0. The provisioned address can then be referenced in either an SCCP origin group or SCCP destination group.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the ITU SCCP GTI0 table. The ITU SCCP GTI0 database table displays the ITU SCCP GTI0 middle pane contents and the ITU SCCP GTI0 right pane contents.

ITU SCCP GTI0 middle pane contents

SCCP group name

The SCCP group name allows you to create a group that is used to associate the SCCP origins. This field refers to an entry in the SCCP group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

ssnGroup

 The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

 Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

ITU SCCP GTI0 right pane contents

  • SCCP Group Name
  • ssnGroup

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.


ITU SCCP GTI1

The ITU SCCP GTI1 node allows you to assign an ITU SCCP address of global title format 1. The provisioned address can then be referenced in either an SCCP origin group or SCCP destination group.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA  from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the ITU SCCP GTI1 table. The ITU SCCP GTI1 database table displays the ITU SCCP GTI1 middle pane contents and the ITU SCCP GTI1 right pane contents.

ITU SCCP GTI1 middle pane contents

Start address

The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-28 hex digits).

SCCP group name

The SCCP group name allows you to create a group that is used to associate SCCP origins. This field refers to an entry in the SCCP group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

ssnGroup

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

End address

The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1 - 28 Hex digits).

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.


ITU SCCP GTI1 right pane contents

  • SCCP Group Name 
  • ssnGroup

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

ITU SCCP GTI2

The ITU SCCP GTI2 node allows you to assign an ITU SCCP address of global title format 2. The provisioned address can then be referenced in either an SCCP origin group or SCCP destination group.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the ITU SCCP GTI2 table. The ITU SCCP GTI2 database table displays the  ITU SCCP GTI2 middle pane contents  and the ITU SCCP GTI2 right pane contents

ITU SCCP GTI2 middle pane contents

Start address 

The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-28 Hex digits). 

SCCP group name 

The SCCP group name allows you to create a group that is used to associate SCCP origins. This field refers to an entry in the SCCP group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters. 

ssnGroup

 The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

ttGroup 

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

End address 

The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-28 hex digits).

Status 

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

ITU SCCP GTI2 right pane contents

  • ssnGroup
  • SCCP Group Name
  • ttGroup

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

ITU SCCP GTI3

The ITU SCCP GTI3 node allows you to assign an ITU SCCP address of global title format 3. The provisioned address can then be referenced in either an SCCP origin group or SCCP destination group.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the ITU SCCP GTI3 table.The ITU SCCP GTI3 database table displays the ITU SCCP GTI3 middle pane contents and the ITU SCCP GTI3 right pane contents.   

ITU SCCP GTI3 middle pane contents  

NP

The valid range is 0-15 and the default value is Not null. 

Start address

 The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1 - 28 Hex digits). 

SCCP group name 

The SCCP group name allows you to create a group that is used to associate SCCP origins. This field refers to an entry in the SCCP group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters. 

ssnGroup 

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters. 

ttGroup 

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters. 

End address 

The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-28 Hex digits). 

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. 

ITU SCCP GTI3 right pane contents 

  • ssnGroup
  • SCCP Group Name

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

ITU SCCP GTI4

The ITU SCCP GTI4 node allows you to assign an ITU SCCP address of global title format 4. The provisioned address can then be referenced in either an SCCP origin group or SCCP destination group.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the ITU SCCP GTI4 table. The ITU SCCP GTI4 database table displays the  ITU SCCP GTI4 middle pane contents  and the ITU SCCP GTI4 right pane contents

ITU SCCP GTI4 middle pane contents 

NP

The valid range is 0-15 and the default value is Not null.

NOA

The valid range is 0-127 and the default value is Not null. 

Start address

The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-28 Hex digits). 

SCCP group name

The SCCP group name allows you to create a group that is used to associate SCCP origins. This field refers to an entry in the SCCP group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

ssnGroup

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters. 

ttGroup

 The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters. 

End address

The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-28 hex digits). 

Status 

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.  

ITU SCCP GTI4 right pane contents 

  • ssnGroup
  • SCCP Group Name
  • ttGroup

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.


ITU TCAP Message Group

The ITU TCAP Message Group node allows you to associate ITU TCAP message with a TCAP message group name.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the ITU TCAP Message Group table. The ITU TCAP Message Group database table displays the ITU TCAP Message Group middle pane contents and the ITU TCAP Message Group right pane contents.

ITU TCAP Message Group middle pane contents

Message type 

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are unidirectional, begin, end, continue, and abort.

Component type 

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are none, invokeLast, returnResultLast, returnError, reject, invokeNotLast, and returnResultNotLast.

OCI 

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are none, local, and global.

Operation code 

The valid range is 0-255.

TCAP message group name 

The TCAP message group name allows you to create a group that is used to associate the TCAP messages. This field refers to an entry in the TCAP message group name table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status 

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

ITU TCAP Message Group right pane contents

  • TCAP Message Group Name

The field displayed in this panel is the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

ITU TCAP message 

The ITU TCAP Message node allows you to associate ITU TCAP messages with a TCAP message group name.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the ITU TCAP Message table. The ITU TCAP Message database table displays the ITU TCAP Message middle pane contents  and the ITU TCAP Message right pane contents.

ITU TCAP Message middle pane contents

Message type 

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are unidirectional, begin, end, continue, and abort.

Component type 

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are none, invokeLast, returnResultLast, returnError, reject, invokeNotLast, and returnResultLast.

OCI 

The operation code identifier. Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are none, national, and private.

Operation code

The valid range is 0-255.

TCAP message group name

The TCAP message group name allows you to create a group that is used to associate the TCAP messages. This field refers to an entry in the TCAP message group name table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status  

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

ITU TCAP Message right pane contents

ITU Current Rate 

The ITU Current Rate node allows you to sample the call rate for a combination of MTP information and ITU TCAP information.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA  from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the ITU Current Rate table. The ITU Current Rate database table displays the ITU Current Rate middle pane contents and the ITU Current Rate right pane contents.

ITU Current Rate middle pane contents

Logical network

 The logical network names that are configured in the 5070 SSG. Select a name from the drop-down list.

OPC

 The primary point code for the logical network. The valid range is (0-255)-(0-255)-(0-255).

Message type

 Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are unidirectional, begin, end, continue, and abort.

Component type

 Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are none, invokeLast, returnResultLast, returnError, reject, invokeNotLast, and returnResultLast.

OCI 

The operation code identifier. Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are none, local, and global.

Operation code

The valid range is 0 - 255.

Clients monitored

The maximum number of clients monitored. The valid range is 5 - 100.

Rate

The sample call rate for a number. The valid range is 5 - 100.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

ITU Current Rate right pane contents

Number Portability Information

 The Number Portability Information node allows you to define a portability location that contains the information about the location routing numbers and destination point codes.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Number Portability Information. The Number Portability Information database table displays the Number Portability Information middle pane contents and the Number Portability Information right pane contents.

Number Portability Information middle pane contents

LRN name

 The location routing number name. The valid range is 1-76 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

MWI

 The message waiting indication. This field refers to an entry in the destinations table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

LIDB

 The line identification database. This field refers to an entry in the destinations table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

CNAM

The caller ID with name. This field refers to an entry in the destinations table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Generic

This field refers to an entry in the destinations table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

SMSC

This field refers to an entry in the destinations table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

LRN digits

The location routing number digits. The valid range is 0000000000 - 9999999999 (10 digits).

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Number Portability Information right pane contents

Manual CdPN

The Manual CdPN node allows you to display information on an individually monitored called party number.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Manual CdPN table. The Manual CdPN database table displays the Manual CdPN middle pane contents and the Manual CdPN right pane contents.


Manual CdPN middle pane contents

Manual CdPN

The manual CdPN contains information on individually monitored called party numbers. The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-28 Hex digits).

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined event. The names and IDs are used as identities for an event in the table. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Name of time configuration

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Name of date configuration

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Monitor always

This is used to check if the CdPN is always monitored. Select the value from the drop-down list. The possible values are Yes and No. The default value is No.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Manual CdPN right pane contents

  • Routing Number panel
  • Events Name panel

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.


Manual CgPN

The Manual CgPN node allows you to display information on an individually monitored calling party number.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Manual CgPN table.The Manual CgPN database table displays the Manual CgPN middle pane contents and the Manual CgPN right pane contents.

Manual CgPN middle pane contents

Manual CgPN

The manual CgPN contains information on individually monitored calling party numbers. The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-28 Hex digits).

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined event. The names and IDs are used as identities for an event in the table. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Name of time configuration

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Name of date configuration

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Monitor always

This is used to check if CgPN is always monitored. Select the value from the drop-down list. The possible values are Yes and No. The default value is No.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Manual CgPN right pane contents

  • Events Name panel
  • Name Of Time Configuration
  • Name Of Date Configuration

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the  Events name panel in Event Description.

MTP TCAP Monitor

 The MTP TCAP Monitor node allows you to determine the monitoring characters for a combination of MTP criteria and TCAP criteria.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the MTP TCAP Monitor table.The MTP TCAP Monitor database table displays the MTP TCAP Monitor middle pane contents and the MTP TCAP Monitor right pane contents.

MTP TCAP Monitor middle pane contents

Originating group name

The originating group name establishes a connection between the group of origins. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

TCAP message group name

The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined event. The names and IDs are used as an identity for an event in the table. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Name of time configuration

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Name of date configuration

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Monitor always

This is used to check if the overload is always monitored. Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are Yes and No. The default is No.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

MTP TCAP Monitor right pane contents

MTP Destination Group

 The MTP Destination Group node allows you to assign MTP destinations to an MTP group.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the MTP Destination Group table. The Manual CdPN database table displays the MTP Destination Group middle pane contents and the MTP Destination Group right pane contents.

MTP Destination Group middle pane contents

The fields displayed in the MTP Destination Group node are the same as the  MTP origin group node.

MTP Destination Group right pane contents

  • MTP Group Name panel

The fields displayed in this panel is the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

MTP Group Name

The MTP Group Name node allows you to create a group that is used to associate MTP origins and MTP destinations.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the MTP Group Name table.The MTP Group Name database table displays the MTP Group Name middle pane contents and the MTP Group Name right pane contents.

MTP Group Name middle pane contents

MTP group name

This is a reference to the MTP group name that represents the MTP origins or destination group. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

MTP Group Name right pane contents

MTP Origin Group

The MTP Origin Group node allows you to assign MTP origins to an MTP group.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA  from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the MTP Origin Group table.The MTP Origin Group database table displays the  MTP Origin Group middle pane contents and the MTP Origin Group right pane contents.

MTP Origin Group middle pane contents

Logical network

The logical network name. The logical network names are configured in the 5070 SSG. The valid range is 0-31 and the default value is 0.

Point code

The end point for a ported service. The valid range is (0-255)-(0-255)-(0-255).

MTP group name

This is a reference to the MTP group name that represents the MTP origins group. This field refers to an entry in the MTP group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

MTP Origin Group right pane contents

  • MTP Group Name panel

The fields displayed in this panel is the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

Ported Number

 The Ported Number node allows you to associate an individual number with the location routing number and a destination group.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the MTP Origin Ported Number table.The Ported Number database table displays the Ported Number middle pane contents and the Ported Number right pane contents.

Ported Number middle pane contents

Number

The valid range is 0000000000-9999999999 (10 digits) and the default value is Null.

NP information number

The number portability information number. This field refers to an entry in the NP information table. The valid range is 0000000000 - 9999999999 (10 digits).

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Ported Number right pane contents

Pooled Number

 The Pooled Number node allows you to associate a range of numbers with the location routing number and a destination group.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Pooled Number table.The Pooled Number database table displays the Pooled Number middle pane contents and the Pooled Number right pane contents.

Pooled Number middle pane contents

Start number

 The valid range is 0-9999999999 (1-10 digits).

NP information number

This refers to an entry in the NP information table. The valid range is 0000000000-9999999999 (10 digits).

End number

The valid range is 0-9999999999 (1-10 digits).

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Pooled Number right pane contents

SCCP Group Name

The SCCP Group Name node allows you to create a group that is used to associate SCCP origins.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane. Select the SCCP Group Name table.

  4. The SCCP Group Name database table displays the  SCCP Group Name middle pane contents and the SCCP Group Name right pane contents.

SCCP Group Name middle pane contents

SCCP group name

The SCCP group name is used to associate the SCCP origins. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], ., -, _, and space characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

SCCP Group Name right pane contents


Screening Table

The Screening Table node allows you to combine all the elements of the signaling message to determine if the information causes a general event or a unique event to be declared.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Screening Table. The Screening Table database table displays the Screening Table middle pane contents and the Screening Table right pane contents.

Screening Table middle pane contents

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined event. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

MTP origin

The MTP origin allows you to assign MTP origins to an MTP group. This field refers to an entry in the MTP group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

MTP destination

The MTP destination allows you to assign MTP destinations to an MTP group. This field refers to an entry in the MTP group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

SCCP origin

The SCCP origin allows you to assign SCCP origins to an SCCP group. This field refers to an entry in the SCCP group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

SCCP destination

The SCCP destination allows you to assign SCCP destinations to an MTP group. This field refers to an entry in the SCCP group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, .,_, and space) characters.

TCAP message group name

The TCAP message group name allows you to create a group that is used to associate the TCAP messages. This field refers to an entry in the TCAP message group name table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Screening Table right pane contents

  • Event name panel
  • MTP origin
  • MTP destination
  • SCCP origin
  • SCCP destination
  • TCAP message group name

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the  Events name panel in Event Description.

Sensitivity

The sensitivity node allows you to display the information on the sensitivity factor that tunes when MTP and TCAP information qualifies for sampling.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA  from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Sensitivity table. The Sensitivity database table displays the Sensitivity middle pane contents and the Sensitivity right pane contents

Sensitivity middle pane contents

Rate

The sample call rate for a number. The valid range is 5-100.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Sensitivity right pane contents

SSN Group Name

 The SSN Group Name node allows you to create a group for SCCP SSNs.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA  from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the SSN Group Name table.The SSN Group Name database table displays the SSN Group Name middle pane contents and the SSN Group Name right pane contents.

SSN Group Name middle pane contents

SSN group name

 The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

SSN Group Name right pane contents

Subsystem Number

The Subsystem Number node lists the subsystem numbers.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Subsystem Number table. The Subsystem Number database table displays the Subsystem Number middle pane contents and the Subsystem Number right pane contents.


Subsystem Number middle pane contents

SSN

The subsystem number. The valid range is 0,3-254.

SSN group name

The subsystem group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Subsystem Number right pane contents

  • SSN Group Name panel

The fields displayed in this panel is the same as the  Events name panel in Event Description.

TCAP Message Group Name

 The TCAP Message Group Name node allows you to create a group that is used to associate the TCAP messages.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the TCAP Message Group Name table. The TCAP Message Group Name database table displays the TCAP Message Group Name middle pane contents and the TCAP Message Group Name right pane contents.

TCAP Message Group Name middle pane contents

TCAP Message Group Name

The TCAP Message Group Name allows you to create a group that is used to associate the TCAP messages. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

TCAP Message Group Name right pane contents

Time of Day

The Time of Day node indicates the time of day when the overload is monitored. If the current time is within the specified monitoring time, the message is sampled.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION >SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Time of Day table. The Time of Day database table displays the Time of Day middle pane contents and the Time of Day right pane contents.

Time of Day middle pane contents

Name of time configuration

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Start time

The start time of the monitoring. The format for Start Time is hh:mm:ss. The default value is Not null.

End time

The end time of the monitoring. The format for End Time is hh:mm:ss.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Time of Day right pane contents

Translation Type

 The Translation Type node lists the translations types.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Translation Type table. The Translation Type database table displays the  Translation Type middle pane contents and the Translation Type right pane contents.

Translation Type middle pane contents

TT

The translation type. The valid range is 0-255.

TT group name

The TT group name. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Translation Type right pane contents

  • TT Group name panel

The fields displayed in this panel is the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.


TT Group Name

The TT Group Name node allows you to create a group for TCAP messages.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the TT Group Name table. The TT Group Name database table displays the TT Group Name middle pane contents and the TT Group Name right pane contents.

TT Group Name middle pane contents

TT group name

The TT group name. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

TT group name right pane contents

TT Class

 The TT Class node allows you to associate the translation type with the particular class of service. 

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the TT Class table.The TT Class database table displays the TT Class middle pane contents and the TT Class right pane contents.

TT Class middle pane contents

TT

The translation type value. The valid range is 0-255.

Class

The translation type class. Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are MWI, LIDB, CNAM, Generic, and SMSC and the default value is Not null.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

TT Class right pane contents

Overload Rate

The Overload Rate node allows you to display the overload rates for a number and associate them with an event.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Overload Rate table. The Overload Rate database table displays the Overload Rate middle pane contents and the Overload Rate right pane contents.
The fields in the middle pane differ based on the selected database.

Overload Rate middle pane contents

Table : Service database name and parameters

Service Database NameParameters
TCAP Automatic load monitoringStart Rate
Event Name
End Rate
reportIPR
Status
TCAP Manual Load MonitoringStart Rate
Originating Group Name
TCAP Message Group Name
Event Name
End Rate
reportIPR
Status
ISUP automatic called number load monitoring

Start Rate
Event Name
End Rate
reportIPR
Status
ISUP automatic calling number load monitoring

Start Rate
Event Name
End Rate
reportIPR
Status
ISUP automatic destination network element load monitoring

Start Rate
Event Name
End Rate
reportIPR
Status
ISUP automatic originating network element load monitoring

Start Rate
Event Name
End Rate
reportIPR
Status
ISUP manual called number load monitoringStart Rate
Manual CdPN
Event Name
End Rate
reportIPR
Status
ISUP manual calling number load monitoringStart Rate
Manual CgPN
Event Name
End Rate
reportIPR
Status
ISUP manual originating network element load monitoringStart Rate
Originating Group Name
Event Name
End Rate
reportIPR
Status
ISUP manual destination network element load monitoringStart Rate
Destination Group Name
Event Name
End Rate
reportIPR
Status

Start rate

The rate at which the message starts. The valid range is 0-32767.

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined event. The names and IDs are used as an identity for an event in the table. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

End rate

The rate at which the message ends. The valid range is 0-32767.

reportIPR

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are Yes or No and the default value is No.

Originating group name

The originating group name establishes a connection between the group of origins. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

TCAP message group name

The TCAP message group name allows you to create a group that is used to associate the TCAP messages. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Manual CdPN

The manual CdPN contains information on individually monitored called party numbers. The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-28 Hex digits).

Manual CgPN

The manual CdPN contains information on individually monitored calling party numbers. The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-28 Hex digits).

Destination group name

The name of the destination group to be established and types of monitoring and event to be used in the group. This field refers to an entry in the destination group table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Overload Rate right pane contents

  • Events Name panel
  • TCAP Message Group Name panel
  • Originating Group Name panel 
  • Manual CdPN panel
  • Manual CgPN panel
  • Destination Group Name panel

The fields displayed in the above panel are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

Originating group name

The originating group name node allows you to establish the connection between the group of origins.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Originating Group Name table. The Originating Group Name database table displays the Originating group name middle pane contents and the Originating group name right pane contents.
The fields in the middle pane differ based on the selected database.

Originating group name middle pane contents

Table : Service database name and parameters

Service Database nameParameters
TCAP Manual Load MonitoringOriginating Group Name
Status
ISUP Manual Originating Network
Element Load Monitoring
Originating Group Name
Event Name
Name Of Time Configuration
Name Of Date Configuration
Monitor Always
Status

Originating group name

This establishes a connection between the group of origins. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined event. The names and IDs are used as identities for an event in the table. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Name of time configuration

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Name of date configuration

The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Monitor always

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are Yes or No and the default is No.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

The fields in the right pane differ based on the selected database.

Originating group name right pane contents

  • Event Name panel
  • Name Of Time Configuration panel
  • Name Of Date Configuration panel

The fields displayed in the above three panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

Origin group

The origin group node allows you to store the defined point codes:

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Origin Group table.The Origin Group database table displays the Origin group middle pane contents and the Origin group right pane contents.

 

Origin group middle pane contentsLogical network

The logical network names are configured in the 5070 SSG. Select a name from the drop-down list.

OPC

The primary point code for the logical network. The valid range is (0-255)-(0-255)-(0-255) and the default value is not null.

Originating group name

This establishes a connection between the group of origins. This field refers to an entry in the originating group name table. The valid range is 1-30 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Origin group right pane contents

Range IMSI

The Range IMSI node allows you to associate a range of IMSIs with a routing number. You can define a user-defined event that is generated when the IMSI is found as part of the range IMSI in the table.

  1.  Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4.  Select the Range IMSI table.The Range IMSI database table displays the Range IMSI middle pane contents and the Range IMSI right pane contents.

Range IMSI middle pane contents

Start IMSI number

The valid range is 000000000000000-999999999999999 (15 digits).

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined events. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

RN

The routing number. This field refers to an entry in the routing number table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

End IMSI number

The valid range is 000000000000000-999999999999999 (15 digits).

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Range IMSI right pane contents

  • RN panel
  • Event Name panel

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

Range number 

The Range Number node allows you to associate a range of subscriber numbers with one of five different routing numbers. You can define a user-defined event that is generated when a subscriber number is found as part of the range in the table.   

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Range Number table.The Range Number database table displays the  Range number middle pane contents and the Range number right pane contents.

  Range number middle pane contentsStart number

The valid range is 0000000000-9999999999 (10 digits).

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined events. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

RN1

This field refers to an entry in the routing number table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

RN2

This field refers to an entry in the routing number table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

RN3

This field refers to an entry in the routing number table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

RN4

This field refers to an entry in the routing number table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

RN5

This field refers to an entry in the routing number table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

End number

The valid range is 0000000000-9999999999 (10 digits).

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Range number right pane contents

Range MIN

The Range MIN node allows you to associate a range of MINs with a routing number. You can define the user event that is generated when the MIN is found in the table.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Range MIN table.The Range MIN database table displays the Range MIN middle pane contents and the Range MIN right pane contents.

Range MIN middle pane contentsStart MIN

The valid range is 0000000000-9999999999 (10 digits).Event name The name of the mandatory or user-defined events. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

RN

The routing number. This field refers to an entry in the routing number table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

END MIN

The valid range is 0000000000-9999999999 (10 digits).

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Range MIN right pane contents 

  • Routing Number panel 
  • Events Name panel 

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.


Routing number

The Routing Number node allows you to display the routing number used by the single number and the range number.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Routing Number table.The Routing Number database table displays the Routing Number middle pane contents and the Routing Number right pane contents
 The fields in the middle pane differ based on the selected database.

Routing number middle pane contents

Table : Service database name and parameters

Service Database NameParameters
Subscriber routing serviceRN Name
Digits Format
digits
Status
Mobile Identity RoutingName
Digits Format
Digits
Status
IMSI Routing serviceRN Name
Digits Format
Digits
Status

Routing Number middle pane contents

RN Name

The routing number name. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Digits format

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are National and International and the default value is National.

Digits

The routing number digits. The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF and the default is Not null.

Name

The routing name. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Routing number right pane contents

Routing number Setup 

The Routing Number setup node allows you to associate a user-defined name for a routing number.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Routing Number Setup table.The Routing Number Setup database table displays the Routing number setup middle pane contents  and the Routing number setup right pane contents.

Routing number setup middle pane contents

RN ID

The routing number ID. The valid range is 1-5.

User name

The name of the user. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters and the default value is Not null.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Routing number setup right pane contents

Single IMSI

The Single IMSI node allows you to associate an individual IMSI with a routing number. You can define a user-defined event that is generated when the IMSI is found in the table.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Single IMSI table. The Single IMSI database table displays the Single IMSI middle pane contents and the Single IMSI right pane contents.

Single IMSI middle pane contents

IMSI number

The valid range is 000000000000000-999999999999999 (15 digits).

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined events. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The default value is Null.

RN

The routing number. This field refers to an entry in the routing number table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Single IMSI right pane contents

  • RN panel
  • Event Name panel

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the  Events name panel in Event Description.

Single number

The Single Number node allows you to associate an individual subscriber number with a list of five different routing numbers. You can define a user-defined event that is generated when a subscriber number is found in the table.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Single Number table. The Single Number database table displays the Single number middle pane contents and the Single number right pane contents.

Single number middle pane contents

Subscriber number

The valid range is 0000000000-9999999999 (10 digits).

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined events. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The default is Null.

RN1

This field refers to an entry in the routing number table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters

RN2

This field refers to an entry in the routing number table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters

RN3

This field refers to an entry in the routing number table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters

RN4

This field refers to an entry in the routing number table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters

RN5

This field refers to an entry in the routing number table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Single number right pane contents

Single MIN

The Single MIN node allows you to associate an individual MIN with a routing number. Single MIN allows you to define a user event that is generated when the MIN is found in the table.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Single MIN table. The Single MIN database table displays the Single MIN middle pane contents and the Single MIN right pane contents.

Single MIN middle pane contents

MIN

The mobile identity number matches the mobile identification number as supported in IS41 network. The valid range is 0000000000-9999999999 (10 digits).

Event name

The name of the mandatory or user-defined events. This field refers to an entry in the events table. The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters 

RN

 The routing number. This field refers to an entry in the routing number table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.


Single MIN right pane contents

  • Routing Number panel

  • Events Name panel

The fields displayed in the above panels are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

System list name 

The System List Name node allows you to create a group or category of called numbers that are referenced by a calling number record in either the calling number single or calling number range table.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the System List Name table. The System List Name database table displays the System list name middle pane contents and the System list name right pane contents.

System list name middle pane contents

System list name

The name of the system list. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

List type

The type of list. Select the list type from the drop-down list. The possible values are Open and Closed. The default is Open.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

System list name right pane contents


System list

The System List node allows you to assign the called numbers to an existing system list name group.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the System List table. The System List database table displays the System list middle pane contents and the System list right pane contents.
The fields in the middle pane differ based on the selected database.

System list middle pane contents

Table : Service database name and parameters

Service Database NameParameters
Calling Number screening  Called number
System List Name
Status
Called number screeningSystem List Name
System List number
Status

Called number 

The valid range is 0-999999999999999 (1-15 digits).

System list name

The name of the system list. This field refers to an entry in the system list name table. The valid range is 1-20 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.System list number The valid range is 000000000000000-999999999999999 (15 digits).

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

System list right pane contents

  • System List Name panel

The fields displayed in this panel are the same as the Events name panel  in Event Description.

IAM parameter content rules 

 The IAM Parameter Content Rules node displays the parameters that are to be screened by the service.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the IAM Parameter Content Rules table. The IAM Parameter Content Rules database table displays the IAM parameter content rules middle pane contents  and IAM parameter content rules right pane contents.

IAM parameter content rules middle pane contents

Verify Called Content 

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are Yes and No. The default is No.

Verify Calling Content

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are Yes and No. The default is No.

Verify Redirecting Content

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are Yes and No. The default is No.

Verify Carrier ID Content

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are Yes and No. The default is No.

Verify Jurisdiction Information Content

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are Yes and No. The default is No.

Verify Charge Number Content

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are Yes and No. The default is No.

Called Content Not Found

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are noEvent and generateEvent. The default is noEvent.

Redirecting Content Not Found

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are noEvent and generateEvent. The default is noEvent.

Carrier ID Content Not Found

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are noEvent and generateEvent. The default is noEvent.

jurisdictionInfoContentNotFound

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are noEvent and generateEvent. The default is noEvent.

Charge Number Content Not Found

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are noEvent and generateEvent. The default is noEvent.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

IAM parameter content rules right pane contents

IAM optional parameter rules

The IAM Optional Parameter Rules node indicates whether an event has to be generated or not for the present and absent cases of the optional parameters.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databasestab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the IAM Optional Parameter Rules table.The IAM Optional Parameter Rules database table displays the IAM optional parameter rules middle pane contents  and IAM optional parameter rules right pane contents.

IAM optional parameter rules middle pane contents

Calling Present

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are noEvent and generateEvent. The default is noEvent.

Calling Absent

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are noEvent and generateEvent. The default is noEvent.

Redirecting Present

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are noEvent and generateEvent. The default is noEvent.

Redirecting Absent

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are noEvent and generateEvent. The default is noEvent.

Carrier ID Present

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are noEvent and generateEvent. The default is noEvent.

Carrier ID Absen

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are noEvent and generateEvent. The default is noEvent.

Jurisdiction Information Present

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are noEvent and generateEvent. The default is noEvent.

Jurisdiction Information Absent

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are noEvent and generateEvent. The default is noEvent.

Charge Number Present

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are noEvent and generateEvent. The default is noEvent.

Charge Number Absent

Select a value from the drop-down list. The possible values are noEvent and generateEvent. The default is noEvent.

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

IAM optional parameter rules right pane contents

Called number content 

The Called Number Content node allows you to store the ISUP Called Party Number values that are used for validating the content of the ISUP Called Party Number parameter.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Called Number Content table.The Called Number Content database table displays the Called number content middle pane contents and Called number content right pane contents.

Called number content middle pane contents

NOA Indicator

The Nature Of Address indicator. The valid range is 0-127.

NP Indicator

The Numbering Plan indicator. The valid range is 0-7.

Start Number

The start number refers to the start number of called party content. The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-16 hex digits).

Event Name

The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

End Number

The end number refers to the end number of called party content. The valid range is0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-16 hex digits).

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Called number content right pane contents

  • Event Name

The fields displayed in this panel are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

Calling number content 

The Calling Number Content node allows you to store the ISUP Calling Party Number values that are used for validating the content of the ISUP Calling Party Number parameter.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Calling Number Content table.The Calling Number Content database table displays the Calling number content middle pane contents  and Calling number content right pane contents. 

Calling number content middle pane contents

NOA Indicator

The Nature Of Address indicator. The valid range is 0-127.

APR Indicator

The possible values are allowed, restricted, spare02, and spare03. The default is allowed.

NP Indicator

The Numbering Plan indicator. The valid range is 0-7.

Start Number

The start number refers to the start number of calling party content. The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-16 hex digits).

Event Name

The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

End Number

The end number refers to the end number of calling party content. The valid range is 0-FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (1-16 hex digits).

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Calling number content right pane contents

  • Event Name

Note

The fields displayed in this panel are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

Redirecting number content 

The Redirecting Number Content node allows you to store the ISUP Redirecting Number values that are used for validating the content of the ISUP Redirecting Number parameter.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.
      
  4. Select the Redirecting Number Content table.The Redirecting Number Content database table displays the Redirecting number content middle pane contents  and Redirecting number content right pane contents.

Redirecting number content middle pane contents 

The Redirecting Number Content middle pane displays the same content as Calling number content middle pane contents.

Redirecting number content right pane contents

  • Event Name 

Note

The fields displayed in this panel are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

Carrier identification content

The Carrier Identification Content node allows you to store the ISUP Carrier Identification values that are used for validating the content of the ISUP Carrier Identification parameter.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Carrier Identification Content table.The Carrier Identification Content database table displays the Carrier identification content middle pane contents and Carrier identification content right pane contents.

Carrier identification content middle pane contents

Type Of Network ID

The valid range for network ID is 0-7.

Network ID Plan

The possible values are Unknown, ThreeDigitCarrierIDCode, and FourDigitCarrierIDCode. The default is Unknown.

Digits Start

The valid range is 0-FFFF (1-4 hex digits).

Event Name

The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Digits End

The valid range is 0-FFFF (1-4 hex digits).

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Carrier identification content right pane contents

  • Event Name

The fields displayed in this panel are the same as the Events name panel  in Event Description.

Jurisdiction information content

The Jurisdiction Information Content node allows you to store the ISUP Jurisdiction Information values that are used for validating the content of the ISUP Jurisdiction Information parameter.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Jurisdiction Information Content table.The Jurisdiction Information Content database table displays the Jurisdiction information content middle pane contents  and Jurisdiction information content right pane contents

Jurisdiction information content middle pane contents

Jurisdiction Information Start

The valid range is 0-FFFFFF (1-6 digits).

Event Name

The valid range is 1-50 ASCII ([a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], -, ., _, and space) characters.

Jurisdiction Information End

The valid range is 0 - FFFFFF (1-6 digits).

Status

The status of a created or modified record. If a record is created or modified but not committed to the database, the Status column displays Edited or New. If a record is modified and committed successfully to the database, the Status column displays Success. If the modified record is not successfully committed to the database, the Status column displays Failure and the reason for failure is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column. If invalid values are entered, the Status column displays ? and the reason for ? is displayed if you move the mouse over the status column.

Jurisdiction information content right pane contents

  • Event Name

The fields displayed in this panel are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description.

Charge number content

The Charge Number Content node allows you to store the ISUP Charge Number values that are used for validating the content of the ISUP Charge Number parameter.

  1. Select CONFIGURATION > SDA from the launcher tree.

  2. Click the Databases tab.

  3. Select the service related database in the left pane.

  4. Select the Charge Number Content table. The Charge Number Content database table displays the Charge number content middle pane contents and Charge number content right pane contents.

Charge number content middle pane contents

The Charge Number Content middle pane displays the same content as Called number content middle pane contents.

Charge number content right pane contents

  • Event Name panel

The fields displayed in this panel are the same as the Events name panel in Event Description

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