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MBC: CREATE BASIC SERVICE TO SUBSCRIBER

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Function
Use this command to create a new basic service for a subscriber in the Home Location Register (HLR). Note that if you want to create a basic service with a basic service code index that does not yet exist, you must first create that index with the MBF command. Then you can create the basic service with the MBC command. The IMSIFILE parameter is used in multiple subscribers operations. The errors in these operations are stored in a log file.

Parameters
basic service data

Syntax
MBC: (IMSI = <international mobile subscriber identity> | IMSIFILE = <name of the imsifile>), BSERV = <basic service code>, [MSISDN = <mobile subscriber international ISDN number> | NBR = [<basic service code index> | 0 def]]... ;

Parameter explanations
IMSI = international mobile subscriber identity international mobile subscriber identity This parameter specifies the IMSI of the subscriber for whom you create a new basic service. The parameter is a decimal number of 15 digits at the maximum. IMSIFILE = name of the disk file containing IMSIs This parameter specifies the disk file containing the IMSIs for which you create a new basic service. name of the imsifile The parameter can contain 8 alphanumeric characters at the maximum. The first character must be alphabetical. The file extension must not be given. It is obligatory to give either the IMSI or IMSIFILE parameter.

This parameter specifies the new basic service that you create. This parameter is obligatory. The parameter may receive the following values: Teleservices: Parameter Value Description

BSERV=

T11 TD1 T21 T22 T61 T62

telephony alternate line service <option> short message MT/PP short message MO/PP facsimile group 3 and alter speech automatic facsimile group 3

Bearer services: basic service code Parameter Value Description

BSERV=

B11 B12 B13 B14 B15 B16 B17 B1A B1C B1D B1E B1F

data c.d.a 300 bps data c.d.a 1200 bps data c.d.a 1200-75 bps data c.d.a 2400 bps data c.d.a 4800 bps data c.d.a 9600 bps general data c.d.a data c.d.s 1200 bps data c.d.s 2400 bps data c.d.s 4800 bps data c.d.s 9600 bps general data c.d.s

c.d.a is an abbreviation of circuit duplex asynchronous. c.d.s is an abbreviation of circuit duplex synchronous. MSISDN = mobile subscriber international ISDN number This parameter specifies the MSISDN number of the subscriber for whom you create the basic service. The parameter is a decimal number of 15 digits at the maximum. The parameter is obligatory if the basic service code is TD1. The parameter cannot be given if the IMSIFILE parameter is given. basic service code NBR = basic service code index index

mobile subscriber international ISDN number

This parameter specifies different bearer capabilities to basic services. The parameter is a decimal number with a maximum of 2 digits and a value between 0 and 99. The default value is 0. When you create the automatic facsimile group 3 teleservice, the basic service code index stands for the following: 0 intermediate rate 16 kbps user rate 9.6 kbps 1 intermediate rate 8 kbps user rate 2.4 kbps 2 intermediate rate 8 kbps user rate 4.8 kbps 3 intermediate rate 16 kbps user rate 14.4 kbps

MBD: DELETE BASIC SERVICE FROM SUBSCRIBER


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Function
Use this command to delete a basic service from a subscriber. The IMSIFILE parameter is used in multiple subscribers operations. The errors in these operations are stored in a log file.

Parameters
subscriber identification

Syntax
MBD: (IMSI = <international mobile subscriber identity> | IMSIFILE = <name of the imsifile>), (MSISDN = <mobile subscriber international ISDN number> | BSERV = <basic service code>);

Parameter explanations
IMSI = international mobile subscriber identity international mobile subscriber identity This parameter specifies the IMSI of the subscriber whose basic service you delete. The parameter is a decimal number of 15 digits at the maximum. IMSIFILE = name of the disk file containing IMSIs This parameter specifies the disk file containing the IMSIs from which a basic service is deleted. name of the imsi file The parameter can contain 8 alphanumeric characters at the maximum. The first character must be alphabetical. The file extension must not be given. It is obligatory to give either the IMSI or IMSIFILE parameter. MSISDN = mobile subscriber international ISDN number mobile subscriber international ISDN number This parameter specifies the MSISDN number of the subscriber whose basic service you delete. The parameter is a decimal number of 15 digits at the maximum. This parameter cannot be given if the IMSIFILE parameter is given. basic service code This parameter specifies the basic service that you delete. The parameter may receive the following values: Teleservices: Parameter Value Description

BSERV=

T11 TD1 T21 T22 T61 T62

telephony alternate line service <option> short message MT/PP short message MO/PP facsimile group 3 and alter speech automatic facsimile group 3

Bearer services:

Parameter Value Description

BSERV=

B11 B12 B13 B14 B15 B16 B17 B1A B1C B1D B1E B1F

data c.d.a 300 bps data c.d.a 1200 bps data c.d.a 1200-75 bps data c.d.a 2400 bps data c.d.a 4800 bps data c.d.a 9600 bps general data c.d.a data c.d.s 1200 bps data c.d.s 2400 bps data c.d.s 4800 bps data c.d.s 9600 bps general data c.d.s

c.d.a is an abbreviation of circuit duplex asynchronous. c.d.s is an abbreviation of circuit duplex synchronous.

MIM: MODIFY SUBSCRIBER DATA IN HLR


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Function
Use this command to modify subscriber data in the HLR . With this command you can change the values that are given to subscribers created with the MIC command, except for the primary basic service code and the primary basic service code index. The only way to change the primary basic service is to delete the subscriber and then create the entry again with the MIC command. To change the primary basic service code index, use the MBM command from the Basic Service Handling (MB) command group. If the subscriber is a telemetric subscriber, you can only modify the IMSI , the MSISDN , the activation status (ACT), the service area (SAM), the VLR address and the MSC . You can also use this command to change the subscriber's activation status and the subscriber's MSC address, and to change or remove the VLR address. Note that if you remove a subscriber's VLR address, the MSC address and the signalling point code are also removed. With this command you can also change a subscriber's primary MSISDN number. To change the other MSISDN numbers, use the MBM command from the Basic Service Handling (MB) command group. Whenever a subscriber receives a new SIM card, an attached IMSI is needed. With this command, you can add the attached IMSI to the subscriber.

You cannot apply this command to subscribers who do not have either an IMSI number or an MSISDN number. You must first activate such subscribers with the MIA command. You can use the IMSI parameter to modify either a single subscriber or the IMSIFILE parameter to modify a number of subscribers. If you use the IMSIFILE parameter, you cannot give the OUT parameter in the third parameter block. The operational errors that occur when using the IMSIFILE parameter are stored in a log file.

Parameters
subscriber identification changed subscriber data: output mode

Syntax
MIM: (IMSI = <international mobile subscriber identity> | IMSIFILE = <name of the imsifile>): [IMSI = <international mobile subscriber identity> | MSISDN = <mobile subscriber international ISDN number> | AIMSI = <attached international mobile subscriber identity> <option> | CAT = <mobile station category> | ROU = <routing category> <option> | ADDROU = <additional routing category> <option> | SAM = <service area of primary MSISDN> | ACT = <activation status> | VLR = <VLR address> | MSC = <MSC address> | RP = <roaming profile index> <option> | ZC = <zone codes> <option> | OCCBS = <originating CCBS> <option> | TCCBS = <terminating CCBS> <option> | FP = <fraud profile index> <option> | CLIE = <calling line identification enhancement> <option> | NBRSB = <service provider defined simultaneous CS bearers> <option> | NBRUSER = <user defined simultaneous CS bearers> <option> | EMLPPMAX = <eMLPP maximum entitled priority> <option> | EMLPPDEF = <eMLPP default priority> <option> | CMSISDN = <common MSISDN number> <option> | OVRCCLI = <override common CLI parameters> <option> |

CMHG = <CMSISDN is hunting group number> <option> | DDC = <deny direct calls> <option> | DUSSD = <deny USSD with member number> <option> | CLISN = <CLI service node inquiry> <option> ]... : [OUT = <output mode> | Y def];

Parameter explanations
IMSI = international mobile subscriber identity This parameter specifies the IMSI number of the subscriber whose data to modify. An acceptable value for this parameter is a decimal number with a maximum of 15 digits. You have to give either this parameter or the IMSIFILE parameter. IMSIFILE = name of the disk file containing IMSIs This parameter specifies the disk file containing the IMSIs whose data to modify. name of the imsifile An acceptable value for this parameter is a maximum of 8 alphanumeric characters. The first character must be alphabetical. Do not include the file extension. You have to give either this parameter or the IMSI parameter. IMSI = international mobile subscriber identity This parameter changes the subscriber's IMSI number. international mobile subscriber identity An acceptable value for this parameter is a decimal number with a maximum of 15 digits. You cannot give this parameter if you have given the IMSIFILE parameter in the first parameter block. MSISDN = mobile subscriber international ISDN number This parameter changes the subscriber's primary MSISDN number. An acceptable value for this parameter is a decimal number with a maximum of 15 digits. You cannot give this parameter if you have given the IMSIFILE parameter in the first parameter block. attached AIMSI = attached international mobile subscriber identity

international mobile subscriber identity

mobile subscriber international ISDN number

This parameter specifies the subscribers attached IMSI. An acceptable value for this parameter is a decimal number with a maximum of international mobile 15 digits. subscriber identity <option> You cannot give this parameter if you have given the IMSIFILE parameter in the first parameter block. The attached IMSI is a new international mobile subscriber identity given to a subscriber and attached to the data of the subscriber in the HLR. When the subscriber uses this new IMSI for the first time, it becomes the main IMSI, and the old one is deleted. This parameter changes the subscriber's mobile station category. Parameter Value Description CAT= OR CB TP mobile station category PR PNS ordinary subscriber payphone testphone subscriber with priority subscriber with personal number service <option> priority no charge <option>

ONC ordinary no charge <option> PNC

It is not possible to change the category (CAT) to or from the telemetric subscriber category. If the subscriber must be changed, first delete and then create the subscriber with the new category. ROU = routing category This parameter changes the subscriber's routing category or specifies that it is not used. routing category <option> An acceptable value for this parameter is a decimal number between 1 and 254, or N, in which case the routing category is not used. The routing category is one of the attributes of attribute analysis, and it is used for routing a call. For more information on handling attribute analyses, see the commands of the Attribute Analysis Handling (RQ) command group . additional routing ADDROU = additional routing category category <option> This parameter specifies the subscriber's additional routing category, or that the routing category is not used. An acceptable value for this parameter is a decimal number between 1 and 65534, or N, in which case the additional routing category is not used. The routing category is one of the attributes of attribute analysis, and it is used

for routing a call. For more information on handling attribute analyses, see the commands of the Attribute Analysis Handling (RQ) command group . This parameter changes the subscriber's service area. Parameter Value Description service area of primary MSISDN SAM= ALL NAT INT the whole GSM network the whole national network the whole international network and local national network OWN the local national network

The service area is used to determine the networks in which the subscriber is allowed to roam. This parameter changes the subscriber's activation status. Parameter Value Description activation status ACT= A D subscriber is activated subscriber is deactivated

The activation status of subscribers is set to activated by default, which means that the mobile station can be used in the normal way. A subscriber's status is set to deactivated only in exceptional circumstances, when there is a need to prevent the subscriber from using the mobile station in the GSM network. VLR = address of the Visitor Location Register

VLR address

This parameter changes or removes the subscriber's VLR address. An acceptable value for this parameter is a decimal number of 15 digits at the maximum, or N, in which case the VLR address is removed together with the MSC address and the signalling point code. MSC = address of the Mobile Services Switching Centre

MSC address

This parameter changes the subscriber's MSC address. An acceptable value for this parameter is a decimal number with a maximum of 15 digits.

roaming profile RP = roaming profile index index <option> This parameter changes the subscriber's roaming profile index or specifies that the index is not used. An acceptable value for this parameter is a decimal number between 1 and 99, or N, in which case the roaming profile index is not used. The roaming profile index is used to determine whether the subscriber is allowed to

roam in certain VLR areas or not. To specify the contents of the roaming profiles, use the commands of the HLR Digit Analysis Handling (CG) command group. ZC = zone codes zone codes <option> This parameter specifies the zone codes. The parameter is a hexadecimal in the range of 0FFFF. If the value N is given, all zone codes are removed. The & character is allowed and a maximum of ten zone codes can be given. This parameter specifies whether the subscriber can request call completion to a busy subscriber. Parameter Value Description OCCBS= Y N provided not provided

originating call completion to busy subscriber <option>

terminating call completion to busy subscriber <option>

This parameter specifies whether the subscriber can be the target of a call completion to a busy subscriber request. Parameter Value Description TCCBS= Y N provided not provided

FP = fraud profile index This parameter specifies the fraud profile index. fraud profile index <option> The parameter is a decimal number between 0 and 250, or N, in which case fraud profile is not used. The fraud profile index is used to observe the subscriber and to limit the subscriber's actions. To manage the contents of fraud profiles, use the commands in the Profile Handling (MY) command group. CLIE = calling line identification enhancement This parameter specifies whether calling line identification enhancement is provided. Until now the Calling Line Identity (CLI) has been transported to the end-user via ISUP signalling. But when the B-subscriber (the end-user receiving the call) was roaming outside the home network, the CLI was not always transported due to the lack of signalling level and/or agreement between the operators. Feature 1125, CLI Support for Roaming Subscriber provides a second route for transporting the CLI via MAP . Parameter Value Description CLIE= Y N provided not provided

calling line identification enhancement <option>

service provider NBRSB = service provider defined simultaneous CS bearers defined simultaneous

This parameter specifies the maximum number of simultaneous CS bearers allowed. The service provider defines this value in the Multicall subscription. CS bearers <option> The parameter is a decimal number with a value between 2 and 7, or N, in which case the Multicall subscription is not provided for the subscriber (user defined simultaneous CS bearers is also removed). Note that the number of user defined simultaneous CS bearers must not exceed the number of simultaneous CS bearers the service provider has defined. NBRUSER = user defined simultaneous CS bearers This parameter specifies the maximum number of simultaneous CS bearers allowed. The user defines this value in the Multicall subscription. user defined simultaneous CS bearers <option> The parameter is a decimal number with a value between 1 and 7, or N, in which case the Multicall subscription is not provided for the subscriber (service provider defined simultaneous CS bearers is also removed). Note that the number of user defined simultaneous CS bearers must not exceed the number of simultaneous CS bearers the service provider has defined. This parameter specifies the maximum entitled eMLPP priority level. The acceptable values for this parameter are listed below. Parameter Value Description Not used Highest eMLPP priority level A B 0 1 2 3 4 Lowest eMLPP priority level

EMLPPMAX= N eMLPP maximum entitled priority <option>

If you give this parameter, you have to also give the EMLPPDEF parameter. If you give this parameter a value other than N, you must also give the EMLPPDEF parameter a value other than N. The default eMLPP priority level must be the same or lower than the maximum entitled eMLPP priority level. eMLPP default priority <option> This parameter specifies the default eMLPP priority level.

The acceptable values for this parameter are listed below. Parameter Value Description Not used Highest eMLPP priority level A B 0 1 2 3 4 Lowest eMLPP priority level

EMLPPDEF= N

If you give this parameter, you have to also give the EMLPPMAX parameter. If you give this parameter a value other than N, you must also give the EMLPPMAX parameter a value other than N. The default eMLPP priority level must be the same or lower than the maximum entitled eMLPP priority level. This parameter defines the common MSISDN number for the subscriber. Parameter Value common MSISDN number <option> N Description No common MSISDN number

CMSISDN= MSISDN number Common MSISDN number

An acceptable value for this parameter is a decimal number of 15 digits at the maximum, or value N, which means that the common MSISDN number is removed. OVRCCLI = override common CLI parameters override common CLI parameters <option> This parameter specifies whether to override common CLI parameters. Parameter Value Description OVRCCLI= Y N override no override

CMSISDN is hunting group number <option> Parameter Value Description CMHG= Y CMSISDN is hunting group number N

This parameter specifies whether the CMSISDN number means a hunting group number instead of a common MSISDN number.

CMSISDN is common MSISDN number

deny direct calls This parameter specifies whether to deny direct calls to <option> this subscriber. If this parameter is on, only calls via a hunting group number are allowed.

Parameter Value Description DDC= Y N direct calls denied direct calls not denied

This parameter specifies whether to deny the USSD with a member number. deny USSD with member number <option> Parameter Value Description DUSSD= Y N USSD with member number denied USSD with member number not denied

This parameter specifies whether to provide the CLI service node inquiry service for the subscriber. CLI service node inquiry <option> Parameter Value Description CLISN= Y N provided not provided

MGC: DEFINE ODB FOR SUBSCRIBER


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Function
Use this command to create, change, and delete the subscriber's single ODB category. With this command you can limit the subscribers' access to some services, for example, when a subscriber has an unpaid bill. When you add a new value to a parameter (for example, the barring of premium rate calls), it replaces all the previously given values. It is useful to remember the parameters for which you can give several values at a time. Note that ODB categories are created separately for the subscriber's alternate line service and for other services. When you want to create the ODB categories for the alternate line service, give this command with the basic service code parameter. When you want to create the ODB categories for other services, give the command without the basic service code parameter. You can create ODB categories for a single subscriber or a number of subscribers by using the IMSI parameter or the IMSIFILE parameter respectively. Use the MGO command to check which ODBs the subscriber has.

Parameters
international mobile subscriber identity,name of the imsifile,basic service code <option>:

barring of outgoing calls,barring of premium rate calls,barring of incoming calls,operatorspecific barring category,barring of supplementary service management,barring of registration of forwarded-to number,barring of invocation of call transfer <option>, operatorspecific barring of cf registration <option>,categories active only when roaming <option>,barring of MS initiated PDP context activation <option>,barring of changing a call forwarding number <option>;

Syntax
MGC: (IMSI = <international mobile subscriber identity> | IMSIFILE = <name of the imsifile> ) [BSERV = <basic service code> <option> ]: [CBO = <barring of outgoing calls> | BAPR = <barring of premium rate calls> | CBI = <barring of incoming calls> | BOS = <operator specific barring category> | BASS = <barring of supplementary service management> | BREG = <barring of registration of forwarded-to number> | BICT = <barring of invocation of call transfer> <option> | BOSCF = <operator specific barring of cf registration> <option> | ROAM = <categories active only when roaming> <option> | BMSP = <barring of MS initiated PDP context activation> <option> | BCCF = <barring of changing a call forwarding number> <option> ]...;

Parameter explanations
IMSI= international mobile subscriber identity international mobile subscriber identity This parameter specifies the IMSI for which the ODB categories are created. The parameter is a decimal number of maximum 15 digits. Give either the IMSI or the IMSIFILE parameter. name of the imsifile IMSIFILE= name of the disk file that contains IMSIs This parameter specifies the disk file containing the IMSIs for which the ODB categories are created. With this parameter you can create the same ODB categories for a number of subscribers. The parameter can contain maximum 8 alphanumeric characters. The first character must be alphabetical. The file extension must not be given.

Give either the IMSI or the IMSI parameter. BSERV= basic service code basic service code <option> This parameter specifies the ODB categories to be created for the alternate line service only . This parameter can have the value:

TD1= alternate line service

CBO= barring of outgoing calls This parameter specifies the use and the type of barring of outgoing calls. The parameter can have the following values: BAOC barring of outgoing calls BOIC barring of outgoing international calls barring of outgoing international calls except for those directed to the home PLMN country barring of outgoing calls when roaming outside the home PLMN country barring of outgoing interzonal calls <option>

BOIH

barring of outgoing calls

BORO

BOZ

barring of outgoing inter-zonal calls except for BOZH those directed to the home PLMN country <option> barring of outgoing international calls except for BOZIH those directed to the home PLMN country, and barring of outgoing inter-zonal calls N no barrings of outgoing calls

You can choose only one CBO category at a time. barring of premium rate calls BAPR= barring of premium rate calls This parameter specifies the use and the type of barring of premium rate calls. The values for these categories are defined separately for the HLR and the MSC.

This parameter can have the following values: E entertainment I information

N no barrings of outgoing premium rate calls

You can choose several values by separating them with the '&' character. CBI= barring of incoming calls This parameter specifies the use and the type of barring of incoming calls. The parameter can have the following values: BAIC barring of incoming calls barring of incoming calls barring of incoming calls when roaming outside the home PLMN country barring of incoming calls when roaming outside the zone of the home PLMN country <option> no barrings of incoming calls

BIRO

BIRZ

You can choose only one of the CBI categories at a time. operator specific barring category BOS= operator specific barring category This parameter specifies the use and the type of the operator-specific barring categories. The values for these categories are defined separately for the HLR and the MSC. This parameter can have the following values: BOS1 operator-specific barring category 1 BOS2 operator-specific barring category 2 BOS3 operator-specific barring category 3 BOS4 operator-specific barring category 4

no operator-specific barrings of calls

You can choose several values by separating them with the '&' character. BASS= barring of supplementary service management This parameter specifies the use of barring for the supplementary service management. If you bar the management of the supplementary services, the subscriber cannot change or interrogate his supplementary service data barring of supplementary service stored in the VLR and the HLR. management Y the management of the supplementary services is barred N the management of the supplementary services is not barred

barring of registration of forwarded-to number

BREG= barring of registration of forwarded-to number This parameter specifies the use of barring for the registration of forwarded-to number. If you bar the registration of forwarded-to number, the subscriber cannot change the existing number or specify a new number to which to forward the calls. However, the subscriber can remove the existing forwarded-to number and deactivate the call forwarding supplementary service from the mobile phone. The following parameter values can be used when only the basic ODB categories are supported: Y the registration of forwarded-to number is barred N the registration of forwarded-to number is not barred

The following parameter values can be used when optional ODB categories (BOZ, BOZH, BOZIH, BIRZ, BRI, BRIH, BRZ, BRZH, BI, BIC, BICI, BICZ, BICB, BIM,BOSCF14) are supported: BR BRI barring of registration of any forwarded-to number barring of registration of any international forwarded-to number barring of registration of any international forwarded-to number except for a number within the home PLMN country barring of registration of any inter-zonal forwarded-to number barring of registration of any inter-zonal forwarded-to number except for a number within the home PLMN country

BRIH

BRZ

BRZH

no barrings of registration of forwarded-to number

You can choose only one of the BREG categories at a time. BICT= barring of invocation of call transfer This parameter specifies the use and the type of barring of invocation in call transfer. This parameter can have the following values: BI barring of invocation of any call transfer barring of invocation of call transfer when at least one of the two calls is a call charged to the served subscriber barring of invocation of call transfer when at least one of the two calls is a call charged to the served subscriber at international rates barring of invocation of call transfer when at least one of the two calls is a call charged to the served subscriber at inter-zonal rates barring of invocation of call transfer when both calls are charged to the served subscriber barring of invocation of call transfer when there is an existing transferred call for the reserved subscriber in the same MSC/VLR no barrings of invocation of call transfer

BIC

BICI barring of invocation of call transfer <option>

BICZ

BICB

BIM

You can choose only one of the BI, BIC, BICI, or BICZ categories at a time. You can activate the BICB and BIM categories without restrictions. You can choose several values by separating them with the '&' character. BOSCF= operator specific barring of CF registration This parameter specifies the use and the type of the operator-specific barring of registration of forwarded-to number categories. operator specific barring of cf registration <option> The parameter can have the following values: BOSCF1 operator-specific barring of CF registration category 1 BOSCF2 operator-specific barring of CF registration category 2 BOSCF3 operator-specific barring of CF registration category 3

BOSCF4 operator-specific barring of CF registration category 4 N no operator-specific barrings of CF registration

You can choose several values by separating them with the '&' character. The values for these categories are defined separately for the HLR. ROAM= categories active only when roaming This parameter specifies the use and the type of the operator-specific barring categories which are active only when the subscriber is roaming. The parameter can have the following values: BICT barring of invocation of call transfer active only when roaming <option> barring of supplementary service management active only when roaming barring of outgoing calls active only when roaming barring of premium rate calls active only when roaming no operator specific barrings active when roaming

BASS categories active only when roaming <option>

CBO

BAPR

You can choose several values by separating them with the '&' character. The values for these categories are defined separately for the HLR. barring of MS BMSP= barring of MS initiated PDP context activation initiated PDP context activation This parameter specifies the use of barring for the mobile-station-initiated PDP <option> context activation. The parameter can have the following values: BAPS barring of all packet-oriented services BPSH barring of packet-oriented services from access points that are within

the HPLMN while the subscriber is roaming in a VPLMN barring of packet-oriented services from access points that are within the roamed-to VPLMN barring of all packet-oriented services while the subscriber is roaming in a VPLMN no barrings of packet-oriented services

BPSV

BPSR

Only one of these values can be given for a subscriber as a barring of MS-initiated PDP context activation. This parameter cannot be given if the BSERV parameter has been given. BCCF= barring of changing a call forwarding number This parameter specifies the use of barring for changing a call forwarding number. If changing a call forwarding number is barred, the subscriber can activate and deactivate the call forwardings, but he cannot set call forwarding to any other number, than the number which the operator has specified. Subscriber's CF numbers can be set with the MSS command. The parameter can have the following values: Y changing a call forwarding number is barred N changing a call forwarding number is not barred

barring of changing a call forwarding number <option>

You can only give one of these values at a time.

MQE: MODIFY CAMEL CALL RELATED PARAMETERS <option>


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Function
Use this command to modify the subscriber's call related CAMEL parameters. If you give only the parameter IMSI, IMSIFILE or one of the subscriber's MSISDNs in the first block, the defined call related CAMEL services are modified for the subscriber's all basic services, except the alternate line service (TD1).

You can define the CAMEL call related services to the alternate line service by giving the value TD1 to the parameter BSERV. Note that the CAMEL call related parameters defined earlier remain the same. The IMSIFILE parameter is used in multiple subscriber operations. The errors occuring during these operations are stored in a log file. If you give the IMSIFILE parameter you cannot give the OUT parameter in the last block.

Parameters
subscriber identification: Originating CAMEL Subscription Information parameters: Terminating CAMEL Subscription Information parameters: Visited MSC Terminating CAMEL Subscription Information parameters: Dialled Services CAMEL Subscription Information parameters: detection point unrelated CAMEL call related parameters: output mode;

Syntax
MQE: (IMSI = <international mobile subscriber identity>| MSISDN = <mobile subscriber international ISDN number>| IMSIFILE = <name of the imsifile>), [BSERV = <basic service code> <option>]: [DP = <detection point>| ACT = <activation status of service>| SCP = <service control point address>| SKEY = <service key>| DEFCH = <default call handling>| CAP = <capability handling> <option>| ADDDNT= <add dialled number triggering criteria> <option>| DELDNT= <delete dialled number triggering criteria> <option>| DNL = <dialled number length triggering criteria> <option>| TP = <type of dialled number triggering criteria> <option>| FCC = <forwarded call criterion> <option>| BSC = <basic service code criteria> <option>| REL = <release cause triggering criteria> <option>]...:

[DP = ACT = SCP = SKEY = DEFCH = LI = SI = CAP = BSC = REL = <option>]...: [DP = ACT = SCP = <option>| SKEY = DEFCH = CAP = BSC = REL = <option>]...:

<detection point>| <activation status of service>| <service control point address>| <service key>| <default call handling>| <location information provided>| <status information provided>| <capability handling> <option>| <basic service code criteria> <option>| <release cause triggering criteria> <detection point> <option>| <activation status of service> <option>| <service control point address> <service key> <option>| <default call handling> <option>| <capability handling> <option>| <basic service code criteria> <option>| <release cause triggering criteria>

[DNT = <dialled number triggering criteria of D-CSI> <option>| DDCSI = <delete triggering number of D-CSI> <option>| ACT = <activation status of service> <option>| SCP = <service control point address> <option>| SKEY = <service key> <option>| DEFCH = <default call handling> <option>| CAP = <capability handling> <option>]...: [LOWPH = LOWAC = USSD = TIF = <option>]...: <lowest supported camel phase> <option>| <lowest camel phase action> <option>| <ussd profile identifier> <option>| <translation information flag>

[OUT = <output mode> | Y def];

Parameter explanations
Use this parameter to specify the IMSI of the subscriber for whom you want to set a CAMEL service. international mobile subscriber identity IMSI = international mobile subscriber identity The parameter is a decimal with a maximum of 15 digits. This parameter cannot be given if either the parameter MSISDN or IMSIFILE has been given.

Use this parameter to specify the MSISDN of the subscriber for whom you want to set a CAMEL service. mobile subscriber international ISDN number MSISDN = mobile subscriber international ISDN number The parameter is a decimal with a maximum of 15 digits. This parameter cannot be given if the parameter IMSI or IMSIFILE has been given. In addition, if you use this parameter you cannot give the parameter BSERV. Use this parameter to specify the disk file containing the IMSIs for which a CAMEL service is set. name of the imsifile IMSIFILE = name of the disk file containing IMSIs The parameter can contain a maximum of 8 alphanumeric characters. The first character must be alphabetical. The file extension must not be given. This parameter cannot be given if the parameter IMSI or MSISDN has been given. Use this parameter to set the CAMEL parameters only for the alternate line service. BSERV = TD1 alternate line service This parameter cannot be given if the parameter MSISDN has been given. Use this parameter to specify the detection point for the Originating CAMEL Subscription Information. detection point (Originating CAMEL Subscription Information, 2nd block) This parameter is obligatory when defining Originating CAMEL Subscription Information parametrs. DP =OCI DP Collected_Info ORSF DP Route_Select_Failure <option>

basic service code <option>

Use this parameter to specify the detection point for the Terminating CAMEL Subscription Information. This parameter is obligatory when defining the Terminating CAMEL Subscription Information parametrs. DP =TTTAA T_Terminating_Attempt_Authorised TTB TTNA T_busy <option> T_No_Answer <option>

detection point (Terminating CAMEL Subscription Information, 3rd block)

detection point (Visited MSC Terminating CAMEL

Use this parameter to specify the detection point for the Visited

MSC Terminating CAMEL Subscription Information. This parameter is obligatory when defining the Visited MSC Terminating CAMEL Subscription Information parametrs. Subscription Information, 4th block) <option> DP =VTTAA DP T_Terminating_Attempt_Authorised VTTB VTTNA DP T_Busy DP T_No_Answer

Use this parameter to specify the activation status of CAMEL Subscription Information. activation status of service ACT =A activated D deactivated

Use this parameter to specify the service control point address for the defined CAMEL service. service control point address SCP= service control point address The parameter is a decimal with a maximum of 15 digits. N service control point address does not exist

Use this parameter to specify the service key for the defined CAMEL service. service key service key SKEY= The parameter is a decimal ranging from 1 to 2147483647. N service key does not exist

Use this parameter to specify a default operation in case of a communication error between MSC/SSP and SCP. DEFCH =C default call handling R N release the call none continue call establishment without control of the CAMEL service

location information

Use this parameter to provide the subscriber's location information to the

SCP within the terminating calls. LI =Y N location information of the subscriber must be provided to SCP within terminating calls location information is not provided to SCP

provided

Use this parameter to provide the subscriber's status (busy, not reachable or idle) to the SCP within the terminating calls. status information provided SI =Y status of the subscriber provided to SCP within terminating calls N subscriber status is not provided to SCP

Use this parameter to specify the CAMEL phase required for the subscriber. This indicates the phase of CAMEL which is asked by gsmSCF for the service. CAP =1 CAMEL phase 1 required 2 3 capability handling <option> 0 CAMEL phase 2 required CAMEL phase 3 required <option> not used

Possible CAP values of CSI's: O-CSI T-CSI VT-CSI D-CSI 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 3 3 0 0

add dialled Use this parameter to add the dialled number triggering criteria to the dialled number triggering triggering number list of Originating CAMEL Subscription Information. The criteria <option> triggering number list consists of up to 10 dialled numbers. Type of number (TON) must be given separately for each triggering number. This triggering criteria can be defined only for the detection point DP Collected_Info. You can add criterion one by one or delete all criteria at the time by giving value N. ADDDNT= add dialled number triggering criteria

The parameter is made up of two pieces: type of number (1 character) + ISDN number which is a hexadecimal string with maximum of 15 digits Type of number must be either I (E.164 INT) or U (E.164 UNK). Valid digits for ISDN number are 0...9, B, C, D and E. N delete dialled number triggering criteria

The character & is allowed. Use this parameter to remove the dialled number triggering criterion from the triggering number list of Originating CAMEL Subscription Information. Triggering number criterion consists of up to 10 dialled numbers. Type of number (TON) must be given separately for each triggering number. You can remove some or all of the criteria at the time. This parameter can be used only with the detection point DP Collected_Info. delete dialled number triggering criteria The parameter is made up of two pieces: DELDNT= type of number (1 character) + ISDN number which is a hexadecimal string with maximum of 15 digits Type of number must be either I (E.164 INT) or U (E.164 UNK). Valid digits for ISDN number are 0...9, B, C, D and E. ALL delete all triggering numbers

delete dialled number triggering criteria <option>

The character & is allowed. Note if this parameter is given, then DP=OCI must be given, but any other parameters cannot be given either in this block or in any other block except the first and last block. dialled number length triggering criteria <option> Use this parameter to specify the dialled number length. Dialled number length triggering criteria consists of up to 3 dialled number lengths. You can add criterion one by one or delete all criteria at the time. This parameter can be used only with the detection point DP Collected_Info. DNL= triggering number length The parameter is a decimal ranging from 1 to 15.

criteria not in use

The character & is allowed. Use this parameter to specify the type of dialled number triggering criteria. This parameter can be used only with the detection point DP Collected_Info. TP=I inhibiting the triggering number criteria E N enabling the triggering number criteria not used

type of dialled number triggering criteria This parameter has affects the dialled number triggering criteria and the dialled number length triggering criteria. <option> When this flag is changed to the "enabling" value, check that all numbers in the triggering number list and all lengths in the dialled number length triggering criteria are changed to "enabling". When this flag is changed to the "inhibiting" value, check that all numbers in the triggering number list and all lengths in the dialled number length triggering criteria are changed to "inhibiting" When this flag is changed to the not used value, all numbers in the triggering number list and all lengths in the dialled number length triggering criteria are changed to the deactive state but the values remain in the HLR. Use this parameter to specify the forwarded call criterion. This parameter can be used only with the detection point DP Collected_Info. forwarded call criterion <option> FCC =MFC triggering in MFC MOC ALL triggering in MOC triggering in both MOC and MFC

basic service code criteria <option>

Use this parameter to specify the basic service code criteria. You can add criterion one by one or delete all criteria at the time. This triggering criteria can be defined only for the detection points DP Collected_Info of O-CSI, T_Terminating_Attempt_Authorised of

T-CSI and DP Terminating_Attempt_Authorised of VT-CSI. This criterion can not be provisioned with ALS. BSC=T10 speech transmission T60 B10 B18 N teletex service data c.d.a service group data c.d.s service group criterion not used

The character & is allowed. c.d.a stands for circuit duplex asynchronous c.d.s stands for circuit duplex synchronous Use this parameter to specify the release cause triggering criteria. Release cause triggering criteria consists of up to 5 failure reasons. You can give all failure reasons to the list at the time, or you can delete all criteria at the time by giving value N. release cause This triggering criteria can be defined only for the detection points indicating some triggering criteria failure (T_Busy, T_No_Answer, DP Route_Select_Failure). <option> REL= release cause triggering criteria The parameter is a decimal ranging from 1 to 127. N release cause triggering criteria does not exist

The character & is allowed. dialled number triggering criteria of D-CSI <option> Use this parameter to specify dialled number triggering criteria of Dialled Services CAMEL Subscription Information. There can be 10 dialled number triggering criteria at the maximum. Type of number (TON) must be given separately for each triggering number. Either this parameter or DDCSI parameter is obligatory when modifying Dialled Services CAMEL Subscription Information parametrs. DNT= dialled number triggering criteria of D-CSI

The parameter is made up of two parts: type of number (1 character) + ISDN number which is a hexadecimal string with maximum of 15 digits Type of number must be either I (E.164 INT) or U (E.164 UNK). Valid digits for ISDN number are 0...9, B, C, D and E. Use this parameter to remove the triggering number criterion from the Dialled Services CAMEL Subscription Information. There can be 10 dialled number triggering criteria at the maximum. Type of number (TON) must be given separately for each triggering number. You can remove all of the criteria at the same time by using command MQD. delete triggering number of D-CSI The parameter is made up of two pieces: delete triggering number of D-CSI <option> DDCSI= type of number (1 character) + ISDN number which is a hexadecimal string with maximum of 15 digits Type of number must be either I (E.164 INT) or U (E.164 UNK). Valid digits for ISDN number are 0...9, B, C, D and E. The character & is allowed. Either this parameter or DNT parameter is obligatory when modifying Dialled Services CAMEL Subscription Information parametrs. If you give this parameter, you cannot give any other parameters in this block or any other blocks, except the parameters in the first and in the last block. lowest supported CAMEL phase <option> Use this parameter to specify the lowest possible CAMEL phase that is supported towards the IPLMN/VPLMN. LOWPH =0 Control data is not in use. 1 2 3 CAMEL phase 1 CAMEL phase 2 CAMEL phase 3 <option>

Control data contains the parameters LOWPH and LOWAC, therefore if the parameter LOWPH has the value 0, the parameter LOWAC is not significant. Use this parameter to specify the action if the lowest CAMEL phase is not supported. Lowest CAMEL phase action defines the lowest CAMEL phase functionality that is attempted towards the IPLMN/VPLMN. If the lowest possible phase is not supported the operation can be barred or continued with normal call handling without CAMEL. LOWAC =C continue operation with normal call handling without CAMEL lowest CAMEL phase action<option> B bar the operation

In case the operation is barred, when VLR does not support the lowest possible phase: location update is rejected mobile terminated call is rejected subscriber is cancelled from the VLR in data modifications. Use this parameter to specify the CAMEL Unstructured Supplementary Service Data profile identifier. ussd profile identifier <option> USSD profile identifier USSD= The parameter is a decimal ranging from 0 to 255. 0 indicates the default record. Use this parameter to specify the translation information flag. This parameter indicates if a subscriber can register a short call forwarding number. This means that the HLR does not execute any number related checkings of call forwarding number when subscriber registers a cf number. TIF =Y short cf number allowed N short cf number not allowed

translation information flag <option>

output mode Use this parameter to display the CAMEL information. OUT =Y N subscriber CAMEL information is displayed after the command has been executed (default) subscriber CAMEL information is not displayed after

the command has been executed

This parameter is not allowed if the IMSIFILE parameter is given in the first block. Note: if the value Y is given and the command execution ends with an error, only the error code is displayed even if the error has not prevented the actual data modification. That may be the case, for example, when the updating of the subscriber data to the VLR fails. In case that the command execution succeeds but the displaying fails, only the text COMMAND EXECUTED is displayed. For efficiency reasons it is recommended to use the value N.

MIR: CREATE SUBSCRIBER BY PROFILE


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Function
Use this command to create a new subscriber in the HLR by using an existing subscriber profile. With this command you can create a new subscriber with basic and supplementary services. The new subscriber receives the values and services that the subscriber profile has been given with the MIC , MBC , MSC , MSD , MGC , MQE , MQF , MQM , MQS and MQT commands. The dynamic PDP contexts (PDP contexts without PDP address) defined with the command MNC and MNM are also copied to the created subscriber. With the MSFILE parameter, you can create a number of subscribers at the same time. Note that closed user groups created with the commands of the Closed User Group Handling (MK) command group, trace settings defined with the commands of the Subscriber Trace Handling (MT) command group, and the fraud profile defined with the commands of the Home Subscriber Identification Handling (MI) command group are not copied from the profile to the new subscriber.

Parameters
subscriber identification

Syntax
MIR: IMSI = <international mobile subscriber identity>, MSISDN = <mobile subscriber international ISDN number>,

MSFILE = <name body of the IMSIFILE and MSISDN file>, INDEX = <international mobile subscriber identity of profile>;

Parameter explanations
IMSI = international mobile subscriber identity This parameter specifies the IMSI number of the subscriber to create. An acceptable value for this parameter is a decimal number with a maximum of 15 digits. You cannot give this parameter when using the MSFILE parameter. MSISDN = mobile subscriber international ISDN number This parameter specifies the MSISDN number of the subscriber to create. An acceptable value for this parameter is a decimal number with a maximum of 15 digits. You cannot give this parameter when using the MSFILE parameter. MSFILE = name body of the IMSIFILE and MSISDN file This parameter specifies the disk files containing the IMSI and the MSISDN numbers of the subscribers to create. An acceptable value for this parameter is a maximum of 8 alphanumeric characters. The first character must be alphabetical. Do not include the file extension. You cannot give this parameter when using the IMSI or the MSISDN parameter. INDEX = international mobile subscriber identity of profile international mobile subscriber identity of profile This parameter specifies the IMSI number of the subscriber profile to use for creating a subscriber in the HLR. An acceptable value for this parameter is a decimal number between 0 and 99. This parameter is obligatory.

international mobile subscriber identity

mobile subscriber international ISDN number

name body of the IMSIFILE and MSISDN file