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196 OAMP strategies and fundamentals– Can change other provisioning admins’ parameters if those adminsare assigned to the Enterprise_Admin’s domains or sub-domains– Cannot create root domains or manage system parameters for theassigned domain– Can only be created by the System_Admin role– New admin rights are automatically added when added to thesystem by other features– Can be modified• System_Admin– Has all rights and is the top administrative role– Has all rights to manage all services and domains– Can create sub-level admin roles and assign domains and rights tothem– Has the ability to create new roles and administrators– Has Full Domain Access to create or modify domains and to assigndomains to administrators– Can be modifiedAn administrator can also have multiple role assignments and receive therights of all roles assigned.Domain managementThis section provides information about managing domains for AS users. Itcovers the following topics:• “Introduction to domains” (page 196)• “Domain types” (page 197)• “Multisite domain” (page 199)• “Default domain” (page 199)• “Domain Groups” (page 201)Introduction to domainsA domain is used as a control mechanism of users, services, devices, andtranslations. The Provisioning Client is used to provision a domain. Theprovisioning of domains allows service providers to define a domain andassign services available for the domain.Prior to release 7.0_SP1, a domain was assigned to a single server. As ofrelease 7.0_SP1, a domain is no longer assigned to a single server, butcan be assigned several Core Service session manager profiles.Assignment of the server home is performed at the user level using the15 August 2014 EXPERiUS Application Server NN48111-111 09.02Copyright © 2010-2014 GENBAND. All Rights Reserved.

Provisioning fundamentals 197Core Services Session Manager profile. The choice of session managers,at the user level, is limited only by the list of Core Services SessionManager profiles assigned to the user's domain.Domain typesThere are three types of domains:• root domain• subdomain• foreign domainRoot domainA root domain is the highest level domain. A service provider can create aroot domain for each distinct group of subscribers or for subscribers in aparticular geographic area. An example of a root domain is subdomain is a category of domains. Subdomains allow you to dividesubscribers under a domain into smaller groups. You can use the groupsto control routing and access to services by members of the group.Under each subdomain, you can add subdomains, users, devices, andtelephony routes. There are no limits to the levels of nesting ofsubdomains. Each subdomain inherits the parameter values from the rootdomain.It is recommended that you set up subdomains based on geographicaldivisions. For example, using the example, you could as the root domain, with subdomains of Richardson andOttawa. Under each of these subdomains there can be furthersubdomains.15 August 2014 Product Description NN48111-111 09.02Copyright © 2010-2014 GENBAND. All Rights Reserved.

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