H.450.3 interrogation procedure

Henri Mäenpää henri.maenpaa at NOKIA.COM
Tue Nov 16 04:02:49 EST 1999

Thank you Karl for your answer.

I do have two follow-ups though:

1)      I suppose you meant "...information to the interrogating user..."
rather than "served user" in your answer (according to H.450.3 terminology)

2)      So this information is returned to the interrogating user on a per
activated diversion basis.
E.g. served user returns two CD activations: "CFU to number X with
remoteEnabled TRUE" and "CFB to number Y with remoteEnabled FALSE".
Now, the interrogating user knows that IT can deactivate/reactivate the CFU
of the served user, but not the CFB activation??
This is the only way I can understand it at the moment. Is this really the
logic behind it?

-Henri Mäenpää

-----Original Message-----
From:   EXT Karl.Klaghofer at icn.siemens.de
[mailto:Karl.Klaghofer at icn.siemens.de]
Sent:   15. November 1999 21:30
To:     ITU-SG16 at mailbag.cps.intel.com
Subject:        AW: H.450.3 interrogation procedure


By means of this field, the interrogation result may provide information to
the served user, whether remote
activation has been enabled (allowed).

Karl Klaghofer

> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von:  Henri Mdenpdd [SMTP:henri.maenpaa at NOKIA.COM]
> Gesendet am:  Donnerstag, 11. November 1999 12:29
> An:   ITU-SG16 at mailbag.cps.intel.com
> Betreff:      H.450.3 interrogation procedure
> All,
> I have a question concerning H.450.3 Call Diversion supplementary service,
> and more specifically about the interrogation procedure.
> The response to an interrogation of current activations consists of a list
> of IntResult IEs.
> Each of these describe one diversion activation "description". Among the
> information fields is this boolean value remoteEnabled.
> What is the purpose of this?
> -Henri Mäenpää

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