SMS Signaling Survey Responses Submit Date (1.0) Operator Name: (1.1) Operator Country: (1.2) Person answering survey: (1.

3) Answers apply to which SMSC/MC vendor? (1.3) Comments (1.4) Answers apply to which HLR vendor? (1.4) Comments (2.1) Do you use point code or Global Title routing for SMS? (2.1) Comments 10/10/2006 17:10 Carrier 1

Our only one

Our only one

Point Code

(2.2) If you use point code routing, does your MC include the originating (for MO-SMS) or terminating (for MT-SMS) point code in the MC CDR? (2.2) Comments

Yes

(2.3) If you use global title routing, does your MC include the originating (for MO-SMS) or terminating (for MT-SMS) global title in the MC CDR? (2.3) Comments (2.4) For MT SMS, which of the following identifiers does the MC use to populate the CDR?

Not familiar with the CDR format so will need to confirm this answer with someone who is familiar with the exact layout of the CDR''s N/A (we don''t use GT routing)

The received SMS_Address (e.g. from the smsreq message)

(2.4) Comments Not familiar with the CDR format so will need to confirm this answer with someone who is familiar with the exact layout of the CDR''s SMS_OriginalOriginatingSubaddress (2. from where does the HLR get this info? (3.1) When returning the SMS_Address to the MC in the smsreq.5) Comments Not familiar with the CDR format so will need to confirm this answer with someone who is familiar with the exact layout of the CDR''s From the SMS_Address received for that subscriber in the REGNOT etc (3.5) Which of the following MAP layer parameters (that may be present in the SMDPP or smdpp) can the MC include in the CDR? (2.1) Comments .

For our subscriber we do the final GTT. The XLAT=DPCSSN parameter indicates that the DPC. Point Code No N/A (we don''t use PC routing) Yes The OPC/CgPA from the Smdpp_RR that confirms The OPC/CgPA from the Smdpp_RR that confirms the message has been delivered the message has been delivered . The XLAT=DPC parameter indicates that the DPC & RI values in the MSU are to be replaced.airwidesolutions.10/15/2006 21:08 Carrier 2 Bell Mobility Canada Canada Kishor Pillai and Serge Duff 10/30/2006 7:57 All that we use Only this one (add name in comments box below) airwide solutions (http://www. we do the SMS to another pair of STP then we do the Intermediate GTT START GTA END GTA XLAT RI PCA SSN NGT 2012650000 2012659999 DPC GT xxx-xxxxxx --.com) All that we use Only this one (add name in comments box below) Nortel DMS-MTX Global Title We used the Tekelec STP. START GTA END GTA XLAT RI PCA SSN NGT 5144040000 5144049999 DPCSSN SSN xxx-xxx-xxx 11 --.The RI=SSN parameter denotes final global title translation and uses MAP routing. RI. & SSN values in the MSU are to be replaced.The RI=GT parameter denotes further global title translation is required and uses MTP routing.--. and Bell Mobilité use the Global Title Routing. For the roamers.

SMS_OriginalOriginatingSubaddress. It would be the destination PC + SSN in SMDPP in delivery. In MC to MC routing. We use in the SMSC a field called Temporary Routing Info which in MO-MT case. there is no temporary routing info. MSCID (smdpp) SMS_OriginatingAddress.The OPC (Originating Point Code) of the Smdpp_rr message is representing by the PC + SSN of MSC which sends the SMDPP to SMSC which we called Originating Address (Other). MSCID (smdpp) And also included SMS_OOA From the most recent SMS_Address received from From the SMS_Address SSN. but the underlying PC/CgPA/MSCIN from which the REGNOT etc was that MSCID in a REGNOT etc received for that subscriber . this is the MSC address returned from SMSReq return result.

ru All that we use Carrier 5 2/9/2007 12:39 All that we use All that we use All that we use Global Title Global Title N/A (we don''t use PC routing) Yes Yes Yes The OPC/CgPA from the Smdpp_RR that confirms the message has been delivered The received SMS_Address (e.2/8/2007 23:51 Skylink Russia Maxim Aleksandrov. ML. from the smsreq message) .Aleksandrov@skylink.g.

SMS_OriginatingAddress. but the underlying PC/CgPA/MSCIN from which the REGNOT etc was received for that subscriber . MSCID (smdpp) SMS_OriginatingAddress. SMS_OriginalOriginatingSubaddress From the SMS_Address received for that subscriber in the REGNOT etc From the SMS_Address SSN.

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