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2014/1/28 Security Level:

Huawei IMS Solution for


BSNL IMS Project

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Chapter 1 IMS technology overview and its
benefits

Chapter 2 BSNL NGN/IMS Tender requirement

Chapter 3 Huawei IMS Product detail

Chapter 4 Huawei IMS solution for BSNL

Chapter 5 Key IMS Services offered

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What is IMS ?
IMS is IP Multimedia Subsystem
 Base on IP bear network
 Use SIP protocol as core session control protocol
 Support access-independent and thus provide more competitive service packages

Multiple Access Modes IP Multimedia Service

Mobile Network: Session Service:


WiMax Voice and Video Call
LTE/ SAE
Conference
GSM/ WCDMA/
Message
CDMA/ TD-SCDMA
Fixed Network:
POTS, ISDN,LAN、 Non-Session Service:
WLAN、xDSL
IPTV、Media、Web

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Why IMS?
TDM  IP

In Wireline there has been a long term move


towards a Voice over Packet (VoIP) replacement
for the PSTN
IP

Voice  Multimedia Multi-


From pure voice service to multimedia capability in media
order to dig the potential of network

FMC
Fixed or Mobile  FMC
Customer’s requirements evolve to fixed and mobile
convergent
Web

Telecom  Web
Equip with the Web based capability in telecom
network

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Logical Architecture of the IMS Signaling Plane

FTP SOAP SNMP

OSS/BSS Layer
CCF SPG M2000 Provincial NM and charging
BOSS
MMTel Centrex AS MRBT
VoiceMail
Service Layer AS CAP/INAP
SCP

IM-SSF
2G/3G /PSTN
MGCF Network
Core Layer DIAMETER SIP ISC
P/I/S-CSCF/BGCF/MRFC/PCRF SIP/BICC/ISUP
DIAMETER SIP
GMSC Server
HSS/SLF MRFP ISUP/SIP/BICC
H.248
IM-MGW
DNS/ENUM H.248 SIP
A-BGF SIP
AGCF Other IMS
DNS/ENUM/NPDB
SIP Network
DIAMETER
SIP SIP I-SBC
H.248/MGCP/
Access Layer
A-SBC V5UA/IUA
SIP IP Acess Network SIP
Terminal Layer
SIP
OLT
DSLAM
ONU H.248
xDSL xPON V5.2

PC Laptop PDA

POSTS/v5/I
SIP Terminal TV
SDN

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IMS Network Entities- Session Control
Layer
 The Network Elements in the session control layer :

Function NE Function NE

P-CSCF MGCF
Network
Call control I-CSCF IM-MGW
interworking
S-CSCF BGCF
User HSS MRFC
Media
management
resource
SLF MRFP

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Call Session Control Function - CSCF

CSCF Key Functions

SCP SIP AS 3rd party AS


P-CSCF 1: The 1st contact point to the IMS network in

(Proxy) the visiting domain or home domain

S-CSCF I-CSCF 2: Access network control


HSS
database 3: QoS control, NAT control and security control
AGCF P-CSCF
MGCF

I-CSCF 1: First entry to the IMS network of a carrier

RACS Subsystem
(Interrog 2: S-CSCF assignment and session routing
NASS Subsystem

IP Bearer
ating) 3: Topology hiding

S-CSCF 1: User registration authentication

(Serving) 2: Session route control (Normal, interworking,


MSAN
SIP Phone Legacy Emergency call)
Broadband WIFI network
3: Service trigger

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Interworking Nodes

NE Key Functions
SCP SIP AS 3rd party AS MGCF Media Gateway Control Function

HSS 1:Controls the IMS-MGW for establish/modify/delete media

S-CSCF I-CSCF channels

AGCF PCSCF MGCF 2: Selects the I-CSCF for incoming calls from PSTN/CS.

BGCF MGW 3: Performs protocol conversion between ISUP and SIP.

IM-MGW IM-MGW-- IMS-Media Gateway Function

NASS Subsystem RACS Subsystem 1: Terminate bearer channels from a switched circuit network

IP Bearer and media streams from a packet network

BGCF Breakout Gateway Control Function

1: Select a proper MGCF for interworking with the PSTN/CS


MSAN
SIP Phone Legacy
domain
Broadband WIFI network

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Database Function-HSS and SLF
NE Key Functions
HSS 1: User Identification, Numbering and
SCP SIP AS 3rd party AS Home addressing information;
Subscriber 2: User Security information: Network
S-CSCF I-CSCF Server access control information for
HSS/SLF
database
P-CSCF
authentication and authorization;
AGCF MGCF
3: User Location information at inter-system
level;
NASS Subsystem RACS Subsystem

IP Bearer 4: User profile information (iFC, etc).

SLF When an operator has more than one HSS,

Subscriptio SLF is used to select the related HSS, and


MSAN
SIP Phone Legacy n Locator usually SLF is combined with the HSS
Broadband WIFI network
Function

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IMS Multimedia Resources Function

NE Key Functions
SCP SIP AS 3rd party AS MRFC Multimedia Resource Function Controller

1: Controls the media stream resources in the MRFP.


S-CSCF I-CSCF 2:Interprets information coming from an AS and S-
HSS/SLF
MRFC database CSCF (e.g session identifier) and control MRFP
P-CSCF
MGCF accordingly.
MRFP

MRFP Multimedia Resource Function Processor


NASS Subsystem RACS Subsystem
1: Provides resources to be controlled by the MRFC.
IP Bearer
2: Mixes incoming media streams (e.g. for multiple
parties).

3: Processes media streams (e.g. audio transcoding,


MSAN
SIP Phone Legacy
media analysis).
Broadband WIFI network

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Entity Functions of the Access and
Bearer Layer NE Key Functions
DNS/ ENUM 1: DNS (Domain Name System) is
responsible for translating the URL to IP
address for session routing
SCP SIP AS 3rd party AS
2: ENUM(E.164 Number URI Mapping) is
S-CSCF I-CSCF
used to translate the tel URI to SIPURI
HSS/SLF
database
NAT/ SBC 1: SBC can perform the function such
AGCF P-CSCF
MGCF
as :NAT traversal, security, IPv4/IPv6
conversion. etc
NASS Subsystem RACS Subsystem 2: Media Proxy, fixed network QoS control
IP Bearer and security

NACF/ CLF Act as the DHCP and AAA server function for
SBC the fixed network access user
MSAN Private
Legacy
Broadband Network
network

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IMS Benefits
Converged Applications Applications
• Across Networks
• Reduced development costs and time
Hosted Win Media
• Voice, Video and data services
• Write once / use many Video Services
MP3
Data Voice
Web Content
Shared Resources Control Text
• Media server resources
• Common user data
• Single user profile across applications SIP
• Integrated applications

Transport
Session Control
• Common Session Control (SIP)
• Provides common service policies
• Leverages investments across
multiple
applications Access

Access Network Agnostic DSL Mobile PSTN


• Eliminates multiple service solutions CMTS
• Network transparency
• Consistent services across networks

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Chapter 1 IMS technology overview and its
benefits

Chapter 2 BSNL NGN/IMS Tender requirement

Chapter 3 Huawei IMS Product detail

Chapter 4 Huawei IMS solution for BSNL

Chapter 5 Key IMS Services offered

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BSNL network High-level requirement

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Zonal plan for BSNL Main and DR shall provide IMS services for all zones

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Zone wise Subscriber distribution

Zone Subscriber Capacity


South 1500000
East 500000
North 800000
West 1200000
Total 4000000

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NGN C5 high-level integration

NGN-C5 & other BSNL’s Network


Other TDM Phase V GSM
networks – GSM and onwards
(Upto Phase IV)
CDMA

LE
TDM TAX (L1 + LII)/
Tandem
IP TAX

SSTP Network

IN System
CDR Project
(OSS-BSS of
wireline)
LE LE NGN C5 core,
Applications,
NGN Access (LMG, OSS-BSS of
Existing TDM Local Switch FTTH, DSL etc) Broadband

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Chapter 1 IMS technology overview and its
benefits

Chapter 2 BSNL NGN/IMS Tender requirement

Chapter 3 Huawei IMS Product detail

Chapter 4 Disaster Recovery solution

Chapter 5 Key IMS Services offered

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Mature and Leading ATCA Platform
Ultra High Performance
19’’
Large subscriber capacity/ 4 cabinets
Each sub rack has 14 slot with 12 ATCA
blade

14U
High Availability
 99.99953%

Dimension
46U
 Dimension (W × D × H):
600mm × 800mm × 2200mm
 Foot-Print
System 0.48m2 / one cabinet
Management Unit
Processor
Blade Unified and Mature Platform
Redundancy Switch Blade  Unified ATCA platform for IMS NEs.
GE Switch (CSCF/TAS/HSS/DNS/ENUM/
MGCF/AGCF/MRFC/MRFP/IBCF/PCRF/CCF/OM
S/SPG/etc). .
Mature next generation
telecom platform

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Simple O&M Reduces Operations
Unified Unified Software
Highlights
Configuration Management
Management
 Unified O&M shared by IMS Core,
Unified
Application Servers, Interworking Element Inventory
Unified Management
(MGCF/MGW/SBC)
Performance
 Seamless upgrade for whole network Management

ensures smooth service


 E2E signaling tracing tool for whole Unified Fault Unified Unified
Management EMS SNMP/CORBA Security
network
Management

Benefits
IMS Core

Interworking
Simplify O&M complexity and reduce HR
cost
Reduce BOSS development costs and
integration cycle
Shorten service provisioning cycle

Unified O&M for IMS, reduce the EMS numbers, reduce CAPEX and
OPEX
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Chapter 1 IMS technology overview and its
benefits

Chapter 2 BSNL NGN/IMS Tender requirement

Chapter 3 Huawei IMS Product detail

Chapter 4 Huawei IMS solution for BSNL

Chapter 5 Key IMS Services offered

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BSNL IMS core Network Diagram for 4
zones
IMS core
Chandigarh
Bhubaneswar
Ahmedabad
IMS core
IMS core Lucknow
IMS core

IP-Centrex & MMVC


IP-MPLS
IMS core IMS core IN
Pune Kolkata
IMS core
Hyderabad

IMS core
Bangalore IP-Centrex & MMVC

IN
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IMS Solution for BSNL (2 sites * 4 zones)
OSS/BSS Supporting
System ATS9900 MediaX3600 Application
MMTel AS/IM-SSF Conference AS
OCS Ro/Diameter

Pre-Paid Sys

ICG9815
CCF
IMS Core
FTP/SFTP Diameter HSS9820
Billing HSS CSC3300
S/I-CSCF,MRFC,BGCF
Diameter
SPG2800 UGC3200
SPG MGCF
CCTF
SOAP/HTTP SOAP/HTTP
Provisioning ENUM SIP
H.248 UAC3000
ENS H.248
AGCF
ENUM /DNS MRP6600
M2000 UMG8900
MMTEL MRFP
EMS IM-MGW
Conference MRP
SNMP/COBRA SNMP/MML
NMS IGW
/FTP/SFTP
SIP

AIM6300 SE2600
CLF/NACF A-SBC/P-CSCF
Access
LIG
LI Gateway N-SBC
HI1/HI2/HI3 X1/X2/X3 Diameter
LI
Diameter

xDSL / FTTx (VOBB) Info-AAA SIP


Existing LMG
3rd party
SIP phone

Diameter
xDSL Modem DSLAM
BRAS
POTS Existing Existing
Existing

Soft Client

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Network Elements Summary (2 sites * 4 zones)
Network Network Elements Product Name remark
layer

Application MMTel AS/IM-SSF ATS9900 IM-SSF for IN integration.


VPN(Convergent Centrex) service, totally two sets, one in the
South and one in East domain, works in Active-Active.

Conference AS MediaX3600 Totally two sets, one in the South and one in East domain,
works in Active-Standby.

IMS Core I/S/E-CSCF, BGCF, MRFC CSC3300


HSS/SLF HSS9820 Only one pair of SLF is needed for dedicated Convergent
Centrex AS. And co-existed with HSS in the zone which the
Convergent Centrex AS located.

ENUM/DNS ENS
MGCF/CCTF UGC3200
IM-MGW/MGW UMG8900 MGW is preserved for ISDN PRI AGs.
MMTEL MRFP/Conference MRP6600
MRFP/IGW

Access NASS AIM6300


A-SBC/P-CSCF/N-SBC SE2600
BSS/OSS Provisioning Gateway SPG2800
EMS M2000 One set for each site. (Geo-Redundancy)
CCF iCG9815

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Provisioning Flow
BSS OSS will directly fire the command to SPG
OSS -- SPG ---- HSS/ATS/ENUM…

Hyderabad Bangalore

SPGF SPGF
SPG2800 SPG2800

ATS
HSS HSS ATS
HSS9820 HSS9820

ENUM/DNS ENUM/DNS
ENS ENS

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Purpose of Redundancy & Redundancy Modes

Purpose of Redundancy

Redundancy is also called remote redundancy or geographical redundancy. With a redundancy solution deployed, when
one of two sites in different geographical locations fails to provide services due to uncontrollable factors such as a natural
disaster, war, and power failure, the other site takes over the services. To ensure the secure and reliable running of the IMS
network, Huawei implements the redundancy of the key NEs of the IMS core. The redundancy solution helps to improve the
IMS network reliability and enhance the ability to handle emergency faults that occur due to natural disasters. It also helps
to enhance the self-recovery ability of the network. This prevents a disaster, for example, a power failure, natural disaster,
and device fault, from causing large-scale service interruptions.

Redundancy Modes
• 1+1 primary/secondary mode
 When the primary network device is available, all the services are processed by the primary network device but not by the
secondary network device. When the primary network device becomes unavailable, the remote redundancy network device
takes over the services.
 Advantage: Maintenance management is convenient

• 1+1 mutual backup mode


 Two network devices in different geographical locations respectively function as the primary network devices in the pre-
configured ranges. When the network in one of the geographical locations becomes unavailable, the primary network device in
the other geographical location can take over all the services on the faulty network.
 Advantage: The risk of a faulty secondary network device is eliminated. The redundant capacity helps to improve the network
ability to resist impacts.

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Redundancy Solutions for the
NEs on the IMS Network
Redundant Primary
Remarks
NE Solution
1+1 mutual The integral IMS solution adopts 1+1 mutual backup for redundancy. When the network works
IMS
Assistant properly, each site carries half of the users.
1+1 mutual
CSCF When the network works properly, each site carries half of the users.
Assistant

1+1 mutual
ATS9900 When the network works properly, each site carries half of the users.
Assistant

1+1 mutual
MRFC/MRFP The MRFC and MRFP interact with each other for switchover.
Assistant

1+1 mutual
HSS For data synchronization, the HSS adopts 1+1 primary/secondary redundancy.
Assistant

1+1 mutual
UGC3200 If an IM-MGW is deployed, 1+1 mutual assistant dual-homing mode (including the CCTF) is used.
Assistant

1+1 mutual
DNS/ENUM
Assistant

1+1 mutual
CCF When the network works properly, each site carries half of the users.
Assistant

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Redundancy solution for the NEs on
the IMS network (Cont.)
Redundant Primary
Remarks
NE Solution

The SPG2800s in both sites are activated, and the BSS determines which one is active and which one is
1+1 standby. The provisioning from the BSS to the two SPG2800s, however, must use active/standby
SPG2800 primary/secon mode, and services can be provided to the standby site only when the active site fails.
dary
The provisioning from the SPG2800s to the HSS, ATS, or ENS also uses active/standby mode.

The SE2600 supports geographical redundancy. The active SE2600 backs up the registration information
1+1 mutual to the standby SE2600 using HA hot backup mode, ensuring that the UE can initiate calls without initiating
SBC a new registration request after the active SE2600 becomes faulty.
assistant

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Geographical Redundancy of HSS

South Hyderabad South Bangalore

P/I/S/E-CSCF/ BCGF/MRFC P/I/S/E-CSCF/ BCGF/MRFC


CSC3300 CSC3300

② Diameter
message

Higher
priority Lower
Lower
priority
priority Higher
priority


HSS HSS
HSS9820 HSS9820
Data
Synchronization

 The secondary HSS shall be able to process the request message from the CSCF.
 When all the Diameter links between CSCF to Primary HSS are down, CSCF will send the request
message to secondary HSS automatically.

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AS Geography Redundancy
South Hyderabad South Bangalore

Application AS-1
Application AS-2

DNS
ENS
DNS
ENS

Higher Higher
priority priority
Lower
priority

P/I/S/E-CSCF/ BCGF/MRFC
P/I/S/E-CSCF/ BCGF/MRFC
CSC3300
CSC3300

SRV Record
 TTREP(TimesTen Relication) _Service._Proto_.Name TTL Class Type P W Port Target
 Used between AS peer to automatically _sip._udp.AS.com 7200 IN SRV 1 50 5060 AS1.com
replicate transactions between servers _sip._udp.AS.com 7200 IN SRV 2 50 5060 AS2.com

 RSYNC(Data mirroring)
A Record
 Used between AS peers to automatically AS1.com IN A XXX.XXX.XXX.X (Example)
mirror files between servers AS2.com IN A YYY.YYY.YYY.Y (Example)

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Geographic Redundancy of ENUM/DNS
South Hyderabad South Bangalore

The primary
UDP/TCP link is higher priority P/I/S/E-CSCF/ BCGF/MRFC P/I/S/E-CSCF/ BCGF/MRFC
to be carried the query message CSC3300 CSC3300
to peer side


Higher
priority Lower
Lower
priority
priority Higher
priority


Data ENUM/DNS
ENUM/DNS
Synchronization ENS
ENS

 CSCF can configure primary or secondary link with different priority towards master/slave
node of DNS/ENUM NE deployed in different location
 CSCF enable to detect status on each link towards peer side
 When primary DNS/ENUM down, the secondary will work alternatively

 When the crashed primary node recovers, primary DNS/ENUM can take over the services from the Secondary node automatically

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Geographic Redundancy of Provisioning

BSS
•SPG support link to each HSS and AS.
•SPG will send provisioning messages to primary HSS and AS.
•SPG is stateless, work in active/standby mode, it is BSS’s
responsibility to select SPG

Hyderabad Bangalore

SPGF SPGF
SPG2800 SPG2800

Application ASs
Application ASs
HSS HSS
HSS9820 HSS9820

ENUM/DNS ENUM/DNS
ENS ENS

Primary link
Standby link

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Geographic Redundancy of MGCF

South Hyderabad South Bangalore


P/I/S/E-CSCF/ BCGF/MRFC
CSC3300 P/I/S/E-CSCF/ BCGF/MRFC
CSC3300
Lower Lower
priority priority
Higher
priority
Higher
priority
MGCF
UGC3200 MGCF
UGC3200

MGW
UMG8900 MGW
UMG8900

SBC MPLS
SE2600 MPLS SBC
SE2600
Other PSTN/PLMN/NGN
Network

IAD IAD

SIP Soft SIP SIP Soft SIP


Client Phone Client Phone

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Chapter 1 IMS technology overview and its
benefits

Chapter 2 BSNL NGN/IMS Tender requirement

Chapter 3 Huawei IMS Product detail

Chapter 4 Huawei IMS solution for BSNL

Chapter 5 Key IMS Services offered

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Huawei convergent conference highlights

Boost conferencing usage

Enhance user • Any access


Converge
• Multi network federation
experience nt
• Seamless integration with
•Advanced media process Conferenc
enterprise OA system
• End to end QoS control e
•Lower bandwidth
• Abundant conference
application

Operate a
carrier service
• All conferences in one
• Unified O&M with IMS
• End to end maintain tools
• CDR generation
• Multi-national, multi-area

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Carrier-grade all-in-one conference
Boost conferencing usage Enhance user experience Operate a carrier service

Prov.
MRFP
MediaX

MRFP
MediaX

OMS
CCF
IMS Conf MRFP O&M
IMS

IMS

IMS
AS

DOPRA Middle ware


Unified
LinuxPlatform
OS
ATCA Blade Computing Platform

Voice conf Data conf Video conf

 One conference system support voice, video, data, web, HD conference and T
 Unified and powerful ATCA platform for IMS Core, Conference AS, MRFP and O

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Convergent conferencing solution
Requirements:
MediaX3600 Web portal GUI
 Video conference Conference AS

 Instant messaging
HSS
 Application share

 Electronic whiteboard
MGCF I/S-CSCF Internet
 Automated Dial Out conferences should
MRFC
be an option for Scheduled conferences.

 The conference system, should be


MGW MRFP
integrated with a centralized address
SBC
book/directory for contact
synchronization.

 It shall be possible to include any PSTN/NGN 3G/PLMN LTE/WIFI xDSL/LAN/xPON

combination of POTS phones, SIP


PBX
terminals and PC Soft-clients in a
conference.
Any access type Web control site

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Convergent Centrex solution
Requirement:
Solution description:
 9.1.2 IP Centrex service shall be available across the
 Dedicated ATS9900 for Convergent Centrex AS. The two AS works in mutual
country and seamlessly available among different
assistance mode.
NGN Cores (i.e. may be of Softswitch based or IMS
based core of different vendors). Basically, IP  SLF is needed for Convergent Centrex AS to query the HSS for user profile. The SLF
Centrex shall have no limitation of Zone or same can be co-existed with HSS in the site the Convergent Centrex AS is located.
NGN core (i.e. NGN Core from same OEMs).
 For the end user who subscribed the Convergent Centrex service, an dedicated iFC
 7.17.1 The IP based Centrex services shall be ATS9900 ATS9900
should be added.
possible to provide to both the POTS and SIP users Centrex AS Centrex AS
in the same zone through from respective NGN core
and IP Centrex features as described in TEC GR No.
SLF
GR/IPC-01. Any combination of SIP as well as POTs
subscribers can be used for IP Centrex.

 7.18.1 IP Centrex allows small and medium size


enterprises to deploy PABX/ CUG service without Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4
IMS Core1 IMS Core2 IMS Core1 IMS Core2 IMS Core1 IMS Core2 IMS Core1 IMS Core2
really installing system physically in their premises.
IP Centrex service is operator hosted deployed at
centralized location and extending Fixed and mobile
user can be in one Centrex group;

 Advantages
Support for a wide variety of terminals and access Mobile
Broadband
modes Fixed
Support for fixed-mobile convergence (FMC)
Fast deployment
Support for multiple private branch exchange (PBX) access modes

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Features and Benefits


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 Customers stick with enterprise business number.
 Higher connectivity for business call.
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