The Telephony Control Server Assistant provides a generic code processing functionality. The generic code processing is performed after the original called number has been translated in the E.164 code table.
Code Processing Features
The following Code Processing features are provided:
Modify the called party number and Nature of Address (NOA).
Retranslate/do not retranslate after code modification.
If the initial translation provides a traffic type, then this traffic type is overwritten by a new translation.
If flags are specified for the initial translation (e.g., National Prefix required), then screening is done prior to code processing.
Nature of Address (NOA) may be modified by code processing.
Routing Area and COS are applied to initial and retranslation - no changes in these for retranslation
To prevent a "code processing loop", code processing will be stopped after 2 consecutive retranslations (3 translations in total).
When the Destination Type Code Processing
is selected then the following restrictions apply:
Parent topic: Numbering Plan
If flags (e.g. National Prefix required) are specified, then the screening as specified by the flags is done prior to Code processing.
The NOA specified for the code will be overwritten by the NOA returned by the Code Processing entity.
The Routing Area and COS are applied to both the code and the processed code if retranslation occurs.
If NPA is specified then it is ignored if code processing is to take place.
If a traffic type is specified and the Code Processing specifies that a retranslation is required then the traffic type is overridden by the result of the new translation.
How to Add/Edit Code Processing
This procedure describes how to add/edit code processing at the system wide level.
How to Add/Edit individual Code Processing Steps
This procedure describes how to add/edit individual code processing steps at the system wide level. This dialog is used to display and configure the details of one single code processing step. Only two delete and two insert operations (i.e. code processing steps) are allowed.
How to Simulate Code Processing Operation
This procedure describes how to simulate code processing operations at system wide level in order to see the effect that the code processing operations have on your code.
How to Show the E.164 Codes assigned to the Code Processing
How to Delete a Code Processing Entity