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Callback-function for not reachable mobile subscriber

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000130030D
Published in the IP.com Journal: Volume 5 Issue 10B (2005-11-10)
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Nov-10
Document File: 1 page(s) / 114K

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Siemens

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Abstract

In mobile networks, if a roaming subscriber moves out of the network-covered area, he is unreachable on his mobile. Moving back into the network-covered area, up to date there is no way to convey the return into the network to subscribers that want to reach the introduced roaming subscriber. Therefore, it is proposed to utilize the MAPv3 functionality (MAPv3, Mobile Application Part Version 3) of the Mobility Management Camel Subscription Data in the following specification: 1. A subscriber initiates a callback to the IN (IN, Intelligent Network) through USSD (USSD, Unstructured Supplementary Services)

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Callback-function for not reachable mobile subscriber

Idea: Srinivas Murthy G, IN-Bangalore

In mobile networks, if a roaming subscriber moves out of the network-covered area, he is unreachable on his mobile. Moving back into the network-covered area, up to date there is no way to convey the return into the network to subscribers that want to reach the introduced roaming subscriber. Therefore, it is proposed to utilize the MAPv3 functionality (MAPv3, Mobile Application Part Version 3) of the Mobility Management Camel Subscription Data in the following specification:

1. A subscriber initiates a callback to the IN (IN, Intelligent Network) through USSD (USSD, Unstructured Supplementary Services)
2. An event is triggered to IN by HLR/VLR (HLR, Home Location Register; VLR, Visitor Location Register) whenever the proposed roaming subscriber is reachable
3. The IN will then initiate a callback The idea is illustrated schematically in Fig. 1.

Fig. 1: Function for callback of not reachable mobile subscribers

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