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Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch

Provisioning Network Features and Services

Provisioning Network Features and Services

Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch - Release 5.0.x

 

For each Network Feature, the table on this page provides the Basic Procedure and the Feature Description:

·      Basic Procedure - The steps required to set up the feature, along with illustrative examples of the applicable CLI commands.

·      Feature Description - Detailed description of feature behavior; additional guidance for specific provisioning scenarios.

Network Feature

Basic Procedure

Feature Description

8XX (Toll-Free) Calling

8XX

8XX

911 Emergency Services (EMG)

911/EMG

911/EMG

Active Call Information Di splay (ACID)

ACID

ACID

Alerting Notification to Third Party Feature Server

Alerting

Alerting

Announcement Provisioning

Announcement

Announcement

Busy Line Verification (BLV)

BLV

BLV

CALEA

CALEA

CALEA

Calling Party Number (CPN) Options

CPN

CPN

Class of Service (COS) Screening

COS

COS

Default Office Service ID

Default Office Service ID

Default Office Service ID

ITP Non-Stop Operation (ITP-NSO)

ITP-NSO

ITP-NSO

Lawful Intercept (LI) and CALEA

LI/CALEA

LI/CALEA

Local Number Portability (LNP) for ANSI/North America

LNP-ANSI

LNP-ANSI

Local Number Portability (LNP) for ITU Local Database Query

LNP-ITU

LNP-ITU

Office Service ID

Office Service ID

Office Service ID

SIP Triggers

SIP Triggers

SIP Triggers

Split NPA

Split NPA

Split NPA

T.38 Fax Relay

T.38

T.38

Vertical Service Codes (VSCs)

VSC

VSC - Appendix C

Feature Interactions

Description of the interactions among the provisioned features, including a discussion of trigger detection points (TDPs), trigger IDs (TIDs), call states, feature precedence, and feature inhibition.

List of Features, TDPs, and TIDs - Chapter 8 of the CLI Call Processing Commands Reference

List of features and the associated trigger detection points (TDPs), trigger IDs (TIDs), and provisionable feature parameters.

Reference Documents

Important reference material on provisioning commands and system features.

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