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3.

1 Example 1
C7SPI:SP=2-3876&1-9997;
Signalling points 2-3876 and 1-9997 are defined for the corresponding networks.

3.2 Example 2
C7SPI:SP=2-132-64-246;
Signalling point 2-132-64-246 is defined for the corresponding network.

3.3 Example 3
C7SPI:SP=2-154-289-123,OWNSP=2-126-145-48;
Signalling point 2-154-289-123 is defined for the corresponding network and connected
to the own signalling point 2-126-145-48.

3.4 Example 4
C7SPI:SP=0-8365,OWNSP=0-6746,SPNET=INT;
Signalling point 0-8365 is defined for the ITU-T international network 0 on a TTC node
and connected to own signalling point 0-6746.

Function
This command defines one or more signalling points for the corresponding networks. The
own signalling point for the corresponding networks must be defined.
The OWNSP parameter is used when more than one own signalling point has been defined
for the same network. In this case the new signalling points are connected to the own
signalling point specified. When labelling a message to be sent to a signalling point, the
specified own signalling point will be used as the originating point code. If more than one
signalling point is specified together with parameter OWNSP all the specified signalling
points and the own signalling point must belong to the same network.
Parameter LMSG is used to specify the capability of the signalling point to support long
messages. If the parameter is not present in the command the signalling point will
support only short messages.
Parameter SPNET can only be used on TTC defined node.

When parameter SPNET is specified the command is intended for using international and
national ITU-T format of signalling point code.
When parameter SPNET is not specified the command is intended for using TTC format of
signalling point code.