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  • - 1 - 09-11-1999

    TINA-IN-WorkGroup - IN access to TINA services & Connection management - Joined submission of Alcatel, Deutsche Telekom, France Télécom and Lucent Technologies

    TINA-IN Work Group RFP

    IN access to TINA services & Connection management

    (IN-TINA Adaptation Unit)

    Response of Alcatel, Deutsche Telekom, France Télécom and Lucent Technologies

    Version: Final, endorsed by the TAB (2.04) 9.11.1999

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    TINA-IN-WorkGroup - IN access to TINA services & Connection management - Joined submission of Alcatel, Deutsche Telekom, France Télécom and Lucent Technologies

    Copyright 1999 Alcatel Copyright 1999 Deutsche Telekom Copyright 1999 France Télécom Copyright 1999 Lucent Technologies All rights reserved. The companies listed above hereby grant royalty-free licenses (1) to the TINA Consortium (TINA-C) to distribute copies of this document or any derivative works

    thereof - to the extent such derivative work does not change the technical contents of this specification - world-wide for evaluation purposes only and

    (2) to member companies of the TINA-C to make a limited number of copies of this document (up to 50 copies) for their internal use as part of the TINA-C evaluation process – provided that all such copies of this document reproduce the copyright notices above and the paragraphs below are reproduced.

    Except as stated above, the above companies have no obligation hereunder to grant any other licenses. While the information in this document is believed to be accurate, the companies listed above make no warranty of any kind with regard to this document or its contents including but not limited to any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. The companies listed above shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance or use of this document or its contents. The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Except as stated above, no part of this document may be reproduced or used in any form or by any means (graphic, electronic, or mechanical: including by photocopying, recording, taping, or information storage and retrieval systems).

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    TINA-IN-WorkGroup - IN access to TINA services & Connection management - Joined submission of Alcatel, Deutsche Telekom, France Télécom and Lucent Technologies

    Table of Contents 0. Document information ............................................................................................................................ 5 1. General Description ................................................................................................................................ 5

    1.1. Submitters......................................................................................................................................... 5 1.2. Background of the proposal ............................................................................................................... 6

    2. Business model ........................................................................................................................................ 7 2.1. Business roles.................................................................................................................................... 7 2.2. Adoption of Retailer Reference Point................................................................................................. 7

    2.2.1. High level requirements for consumer and retailer business role ................................................. 8 2.2.2. Use of IN services...................................................................................................................... 8

    2.3. Non adoption of connectivity Reference Points .................................................................................. 9 2.4. Business scenarios for IN service..................................................................................................... 10

    2.4.1. Openness of the IN-TINA Adaptation Unit............................................................................... 10 2.4.2. Openness of the IN–TINA service............................................................................................ 11

    3. Information model ................................................................................................................................ 12 3.1. User context information ................................................................................................................. 12 3.2. User context and the ITAU .............................................................................................................. 13

    4. Computational model (IDL, MSC / state model).................................................................................. 15 4.1. Overview ........................................................................................................................................ 15 4.2. Access interfaces ............................................................................................................................. 16

    4.2.1. Access interfaces between adaptation unit and retailer .............................................................. 16 4.2.2. Interactions between adaptation unit and retailer....................................................................... 17 4.2.3. Named and anonymous access session...................................................................................... 18

    4.3. Call Control interfaces..................................................................................................................... 19 4.3.1. i_IntegrityManagement ............................................................................................................ 19 4.3.2. i_AppIntegrityManagement...................................................................................................... 19 4.3.3. i_Service.................................................................................................................................. 20 4.3.4. i_CallControlManager.............................................................................................................. 20 4.3.5. i_AppCallControlManager ....................................................................................................... 20 4.3.6. i_Call....................................................................................................................................... 21 4.3.7. i_AppCall ................................................................................................................................ 23 4.3.8. i_CallLeg................................................................................................................................. 23 4.3.9. i_AppCallLeg .......................................................................................................................... 24 4.3.10. i_CallINAP1............................................................................................................................ 24 4.3.11. i_AppCallINAP1 ..................................................................................................................... 25 4.3.12. i_UIManager ........................................................................................................................... 25 4.3.13. i_AppUIManager..................................................................................................................... 26 4.3.14. i_UICall................................................................................................................................... 26 4.3.15. i_AppUICall ............................................................................................................................ 26 4.3.16. Mapping between Parlay CallLeg events and INAP BCSM detection points ............................. 27

    5. Management interfaces ......................................................................................................................... 33 5.1. Common types ................................................................................................................................ 33

    5.1.1. Mandatory parameters.............................................................................................................. 35 5.1.2. Optional parameters ................................................................................................................. 36 5.1.3. Exceptions ............................................................................................................................... 36

    5.2. Interfaces ........................................................................................................................................ 37 6. Answer to specific issues ....................................................................................................................... 37

    6.1. MSCs for Terminating Screening and Credit Card Calling Service ................................................... 37 6.1.1. Terminating Screening Service................................................................................................. 37 6.1.2. CallingCardService.................................................................................................................. 38

    6.2. How to use TINA Ret Usage..........................................................