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Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch

Reference, Release 6.0.x

References for the Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch

Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch - Release 6.0.x

 

These reference documents provide important details on provisioning commands and system features.

Release Notes - Brief summary of new features and release-specific issues.

Component Interoperability - List of external network elements (NEs), such as gateways, routers, application servers, phones, SIP endpoints, ATAs, eMTAs, CMTSs, and ITPs tested for interoperability with the Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch.

Command Line Interface Database - A comprehensive, searchable, web-based tool that allows you to compare BTS 10200 CLI commands from one release to another.

Extended Read Access Commands - Describes a number of unique commands that retrieve data spanning several tables, and manage the collation of the returned data.

Network and Subscriber Feature Descriptions - A comprehensive reference of all network and subscriber telephony features, including feature behaviors. This reference also includes information on feature interactions, and interactions between handset users and the interactive voice response (IVR) server.

System Description - Describes the internal components of the Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch, along with a summary of all system functions and signaling protocols.

Cause Code to Announcement Mapping - Mapping of cause codes to announcement IDs and default audio content. See also the announcement provisioning procedure.

Vertical Service Code Provisioning - This section supplements the feature provisioning sections for features that can be invoked with a vertical service code (VSC). Two procedures are provided for VSC provisioning, one applicable to the NANP dial plan and one for dial plans other than NANP.

Bundling Features into Services - The service provider can choose how to bundle features and services. Associated features can either be bundled with their primary feature, or groups of features can be bundled into service packages (services). As an example, call waiting deluxe (CWD) activation, CWD deactivation, and CWD interrogation can all be bundled with the call waiting deluxe (CWD) feature.

Provisioning the Office Service ID and Default Office Service ID - The office service ID is reserved for provisioning of POP-based features. The default office service ID is reserved for provisioning of the default switch-based features.

Feature Tones - List of tones used with each feature, and the condition that triggers the sending of each tone.


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