Cisco PGW 2200 Softswitch Release 9 Billing Interface Guide
Chapter 2. MGC Info Field Reference
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MGC Info Field Reference

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MGC Info Field Reference

MGC Info Sub-fields


MGC Info Field Reference


Revised: July 21, 2010, OL-1089-18

This chapter provides additional information about the MGC Info Field (Tag 4031), described in Chapter 1 "Billing Interfaces" The MGC info field consists of several sub-fields, that are stored in the value section of the VSC info field. These sub-fields contain no tags or values. The MGC Info field provides the customer with backward compatibility to Cisco PGW 2200 Softswitch Release 5.0 and earlier.


Note This field is disabled as of Release 7.3.x, 7.4.x.


MGC Info Sub-fields

Table 2-1 describes each MGC Info sub-field, including its exact position in the value section of the VSC info field.

Table 2-1 MGC Info Sub-fields 

Field Name
Description
Value/Encoding Scheme
Location
(Position)
Size

In Signal path ID

This is the ID for the originating Signal Path

C7 - Component ID for the Point Code
Binary Big-endian

1 (first octet)

2

In traffic channel ID

This is the ID for the originating traffic Channel

Binary Big-endian

3 (start at third octet)

2

In protocol ID

This is the numeric representation of the protocol family for the originating side

0 = ISDN PRI
1 = C7
2 = DPNSS
3 = CAS
4 = ASN
5 = Unknown
Binary Big-endian

5

1

Out Signal path ID

This is the ID for the terminating Signal Path.

C7 - Component ID for the Point Code
Binary Big-endian

6

2

Out traffic channel ID

This is the ID for the terminating traffic Channel

(Binary Big-endian

8

2

Out protocol ID

This is the numeric representation of the protocol family for the originating side

0 = ISDN PRI
1 = C7
2 = DPNSS
3 = CAS
4 = ASN
5 = Unknown
Binary Big-endian

10

1

Call Type Flag

This indicates whether the call was a real or virtual call [used primarily in DPNSS]

0 = Real call
1 = Virtual Call
Binary Big-endian

11

1

Call Feature Flag

This indicates whether the call was a normal call or a feature call (that is, call forwarding, or call waiting)

0 = Normal Call
1 = Feature Call
Binary Big-endian

12

1

C-NOA Pre-translated calling number

Cisco specific: Nature of address (NOA) for pre-translated calling number. This field is used for backward compatibility.

 

13

1

C-NOA Pre-translated dialed number

Cisco specific: NOA for pre-translated dialed number. This field is used for backward compatibility.

14

1

C-NOA Post-translated calling number

Cisco specific:NOA for post-translated calling number. This field is used for backward compatibility.

 

15

1

C-NOA Post-translated dialed number

Cisco specific: NOA for post-translated dialed number. This field is used for backward compatibility.

 

16

1

C-CPC Call Type

Cisco specific: Unknown, ordinary, Priority, Emergency, Data

0 = Unknown call value
1 = Ordinary Call
2 = Priority Call
3 = Emergency Call
5 = Data Call
(Priority Call & Data Call for ANSI SS7 is not supported)

17

1

C-CPC Language

Cisco specific: French, English, ..etc

1 = Unknown Language
2 = English
3 = Russian
4 = French
5 = German
6 = Spanish

18

1

C-CPC User

Cisco specific: Unknown, Subscriber, Operator,...etc

0 = Unknown User
1 = Subscriber User
2 = Operator
3 = Pay phone
4 = EMERGENCY
5 = NETWORK
6 = ATT PR1
7 = ATT PR2
8 = ATT PR3
9 = ATT PR4
10 = ATT PR5
11 = CGSUB PR2
12 = CGSUB PR3
13 = CGSUB PR4
14 = CGSUB PR5
15 = SERVICE LINE
16 = DPNSS
17 = CONF DEVICE
18 = ALARM DEVICE
19 = PAYPHONE TYPE2
20 = PAYPHONE TYPE3
21 = PAYPHONE TYPE4
22 = PBX SUBSCRIBER1
23 = PBX SUBSCRIBER2
24 = PBX SUBSCRIBER3
25 = PBX SUBSCRIBER4

19

1