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Route Pattern MD110 BC9

Route Pattern MD110 BC9

(OP)
Hi i have this problem:
I have to do 160 route patterns by selecting a 6-digit code on the central MD110 BC9

example: 178903 (code route pattern) ...... Bruxelles (site) ........ 3222867004xx (PSTN destination)

Configuration performed from me:

NANSI:NUMTYP=LC,NUMSE=17;
NANSI:NUMTYP=ED,NUMSE=1903;
RODDI:DEST=1903,ROU=2,ADC=002500000000025000,TRC=4,SRT=5,PRE=19033222867004;
LCDDI:TAB=FDT,FRCT=10,TZONE=1,PRE=1903;
LCDDI:TAB=DNT2,ENTRY=178903,TRC=6,FRCT=10;

So it works but only for 72 route pattern

I need to make 160 patterns how can I do?

Thank you

RE: Route Pattern MD110 BC9

BC9? Anyway, DNT2 is handled by unit LRP&, and it has 5000 entries (you are speaking about route pattern - I assume this is the same thing?). If so, the LRP6 has a problem. To see (in BC9), how many entries it accepts, print out sacop:unit=lrp6,lim=x,sector=rel,addr=2760; x=all existing lims. This is to start with....

fcpli

RE: Route Pattern MD110 BC9

(OP)
Hello fcpli, the problem is on the table FDT because FRCT not in range and I can not go on

wavey2

RE: Route Pattern MD110 BC9

(OP)
Hello fcpli, this is the SACOP:

<sacop:unit=lrp6,lim=1,sector=rel,addr=2760;
MEMORY CONTENT ON ADDRESS POSITION
EXE A

ADDRESS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F ISO
00002760 FF 00 5A 00 13 00 00 00 4A 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ..Z.....J.......
END

Thank you



RE: Route Pattern MD110 BC9

Hi,

According to BC9 PLEX, the max value is 72:
!FRCTVALUE MUST NOT EXCEED !
!71 IF TIME FUNCTION IS USED !

You can try to initiate one more table:
LCDDI:TAB=FDT,FRCT=11,TZONE=1,PRE=1903;
and try
LCDDI:TAB=DNT2,ENTRY=xxxxxxx,TRC=6,FRCT=11;

if this helps, ok. If not, we need to create a couple of patched for this.

fcpli

RE: Route Pattern MD110 BC9

(OP)
Hello fcpli, I do not need the function of time
How can I delete it
were you referring to this:

LCTDP;
LEAST COST TIME ZONE DATA
DAY TIM1 FDT1 TIM2 FDT2 TIM3 FDT3
M-F 1
SAT 1
SUN 1
END

Omissam

RE: Route Pattern MD110 BC9

no, in BC9 you have 72 frct values/timezone. Nothing to do with lctdp in this case (nothing is there). The amount of frct values is changed in later versions to 250. The idea is to cheat the system by adding a new frct with the same pre and timezone.

fcpli

RE: Route Pattern MD110 BC9

(OP)
Pcpli ok, I tried to do as you say, but I'm not able to configure RODDI because the parameter of DEST is already assigned:
example :
 
LCDDI: TAB = FDT, FRCT = 10, TZONE = 1, PRE = 1,903;
LCDDI: TAB = DNT2, INPUT = 178903, TRC = 6, FRCT = 10;
RODDI: DEST = 1903 ROU = 2, ADC = 002500000000025000, TRC = 4, SRT = 5, PRE = 19033222867004;

Adding new frct:

<LCDDI: TAB = FDT, FRCT = 11, TZONE = 1, PRE = 1903;
EXECUTED
 
<LCDDI: TAB = DNT2, ENTRY = 104,063, TRC = 6, FRCT = 11;
EXECUTED
 
<RODDI: DEST = 1903 ROU = 2, ADC = 0025000000000250010000000, TRC = 4, SRT = 5, PRE = 1903063305;
NOT ACCEPTED
DEST
ALREADY ASSIGNED


Omissam

RE: Route Pattern MD110 BC9

Of course. You need to create dest with 5 digits, e.g. 19030, 19031 etc. Just test this way....

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