This (E.164) destination code will be used for a call if the dialed or modified (in PAC) digits and the Nature of Address are matching.
- Log on to the CMP and activate the Telephony Control Server tab.
- If you want to add/edit the (E.164) Destination Code at switch-level:
- Activate the Global Translation and Routing tab.
- Navigate to Translation -> E.164 Codes
The E.164 Codes list displays all available Destinations assigned to the switch.
- Click Add to add a new E.164 Code or click select a destination code from the list and click Edit.
The Add/Edit E.164 Codes dialog opens, displaying the fields and parameters you need to configure.
- If you want to add/edit the Destination Code at BG-level:
- Activate the Business Group tab.
- Select the adequate Business Group from the Available Business Groups dropdown list.
- Select the adequate PNP from the Available Private Numbering Plan dropdown list.
- Navigate to Translation -> Destination Codes
The Destination Codes list displays all available Destinations assigned to the selected Business Group.
- Click Add to add a new destination code or click select a destination code from the list and click Edit.
The Add/Edit Destination Codes dialog opens, displaying the fields and parameters you need to configure.
- Navigate to the Identification area.
- Click the "..." selection button next to the Destination Code field. This field specifies the number configured for this Destination Code. A Destination Code Number is the leftmost digit string pattern identifying a group of Directory Numbers. Destination Codes can be of length 1-15.
The PAC List for Destination Codes dialog opens. The codes are derived from Prefix Access Codes (PAC).
The key in the Destination Code table is the combination of Destination Code, Nature of Address, Routing Area and Class of Service. An existing PAC from the PAC List for Destination Code can be used to create more than one Destination Code, provided that the newly created (identical) Destination Codes are using different settings for Nature of Address, Routing Area and/or Class of Service..
If the same settings are used, an error message is issued and the creation of the Destination Code is aborted.
- Select a suitable PAC for the Destination Code from the list by checking its radio button and click OK.
- Make a remark in the Remark field provided if necessary.
- Enter the Country Code.
- Select the Nature of Address displaying the nature of address for this Prefix Access Code. Possible settings are:
Unknown - The address has an unknown DN
Subscriber - The address is a subscriber DN.
National - The address is a national DN.
International - The address is an international DN.
PNP Level 0 - The number is a private numbering plan level 0 (Subscriber) number.
PNP Level 1 - The number is a private numbering plan level 1 (National) number.
PNP Level 2 - The number is a private numbering plan level 2 (International) number.
PNP Extension - The number is an extension number in Private Numbering Plan. The Prefix Type E164Prefix Extension, along with DN Minimum Length and DN Maximum Length should determine the extension number.
If the Nature of Address is International, the Destination Type must be Destination.
- Click the "..." selection button next to the Traffic Type field to open the Select Traffic Type dialog. Possible values for selection are:
predefined traffic types (e.g. Intra LATA, Inter LATA, Local etc.)
user defined traffic types
If the Traffic Type is empty, a valid Destination Type must be specified.
If the Traffic Type is Emergency, the Destination Type can be Service or Destination.
If any other valid Traffic Type is chosen, the Destination Type can be Destination or Home DN.
- Navigate to the Originator Attributes area. An additional match is required if the originator of the call belongs to the specified Class of Service and Routing Area.
- Optionally click the "..." selection button next to the Class of Service field to specify the name of the originating Class of Service for this Destination Code.
Once you have created an Destination Code, you cannot modify it's Class of Service.
The Class of Service dialog opens showing a list of Class of Services in the system.
- Select a Class of Service from the list by checking its radio button and click OK.
- Optionally click the "..." selection button next to the Routing Area field to specify the name of the originating Routing Area for this Destination Code.
A list of Routing Areas in the system is displayed.
- In the NPA (Numbering Plan Area) field enter the numeric numbering plan area of the destination code. This field specifies the three-digit numeric NPA (Numbering Plan Area) associated with the DN Code(s) for this Destination Code/E.164 Code. For the ETSI/ITU market Local Area Codes (LAC) can be 0-6 digits long.
Do not include a country code in this field.
- Navigate to the Destination area to specify additional parameters to determine how the call will be routed.
- Select the Destination Type to select the type of the Destination associated with each E.164 Code. If the Destination Type is "Destination", the Destination Name field is disabled automatically.
Depending on the Destination Type selected, the Destination Name field label will change to a label matching the selected Destination Type, and a a corresponding Selection List will be displayed when you click the adjacent "..." selection button (see also step 18 a - k).
- Click Save to save the data.
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