Certain aspects of Mobility services are controlled on a systemwide basis by RTP (Resilient Telco Platform) system parameters. Any changes made to these parameters affect all business groups and their members. Typically, these parameters are set during initial system configuration, to enforce global system policies and ensure proper feature interworking.
For example, the following properties can be modified by setting RTP system parameters:
The maximum times a call can be forwarded
Whether a subscriber hears a tone or announcement to confirm that a particular service is activated or deactivated
While some of these parameters affect all types of CF services, others control only certain types.
The following table presents the Mobility related RTP system parameters. Default values are shown in bold type.
Table 1. RTP System Parameters related to Mobility services
|Srx/Main/SRCFDATimeout||0 - 30 seconds||When Enhanced CF (Call Forwarding), CF - No Reply or CF - Voice Mail is active, this parameter is used to extend the value of the Ring Duration field for the related CF service(s). This additional time interval provides the time necessary for calls to progress - for example, the next destination to be rung on a serial ringing list - so the call is not forwarded too soon.|
For example, assume the following:
The Ring Duration is defined as 20 seconds.The two time intervals are added together, resulting in a total time interval of 30 seconds before a call is forwarded to the destination this service specifies.
This RTP parameter is defined as 10 seconds.
Furthermore, the CSTA related RTP parameters have to be set appropriately in order to operate the One Number Service.
Parent topic: User Mobility
RTP Management via Telephony Control Server Assistant
How to Provision a Subscriber for Serial Ringing
How to Provision a Subscriber for Simultaneous Ringing