Private Numbering Plans and the Called/Calling party number IEs
frank.derks at PHILIPS.COM
Tue Aug 21 08:31:49 EDT 2001
22.214.171.124/H.225.0 and 126.96.36.199/H.225.0 state that if the numbering plan information is set to "private" (in a packet based network originated call), that this indicates that the number itself is _not_ present in the IE, but in the User-User information.
This is not the case for the Connected Number, as this is encoded per Q.951.
Strangely enough 7.3.10/H.225.0 states (under the description of destinationAddress) that, if an endpoint uses only a dialled digit string that this address _shall_ be placed in the Called party number IE and (under the description of sourceAddress) that
if the source has an E.164 address that this _shall_ be contained in the Calling party number IE. This would seem to contradict the statements in 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206.
Furthermore, it is not clear to me why private numbers can't just be put in the Called/Calling party number IEs?
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