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24 Services and featuresOne Number Solution Configuration on the Safari C3 and ASOne Number Solution configuration requires the FINDME option in theSafari C3 solution and Network Transformation Overlay Service feature inthe AS solutionSafari C3 FindMe groupThe Safari C3 FindMe feature is assigned to Safari C3 legacy lines thathave the One Number Service, and forks incoming calls to an ASsubscriber who is associated with the Safari C3 legacy line. On anincoming call to the DN of a Safari C3 that has the Family DN, the call isdelivered to the Safari C3 legacy line and to all clients registered on the ASto that subscriber.Safari C3 Virtual NumberFindMe is an option that can be assigned to a Safari C3 Narrowband Linesgroup, but not to a single Narrowband Line. The DN of the FindMe groupshould be the same as the Family DN. For calls incoming from an AS userto the Family DN, GENCom clients will ring. The calls will also fork to theShadow DN of the NTOS service. Since the Narrowband Lines in theFindMe Group should not be rung, a Virtual Number must be assigned tothe Safari C3 Narrowband Line that is assigned Family Service.Network Transformation Overlay Services (NTOS)The NTOS feature enables provisioning a shadow DN to a SIP account.This service has two provisioning options:• Direct to Narrowband Line DN• Direct to Narrowband CS on OriginationBoth options are described fully in the section above titled, “NetworkTransformation Overlay Service (NTOS)”.All SIP clients registered with the Family DN can independently placeoutgoing calls, and the Caller ID and Name are those associated with theFamily DN. These calls will not receive the same originating services asthe NCS Line, unless those services have also been provisioned on the ASfor the Family DN.When a client registered with an AS One Number Service subscriber dialsthe DN of the Safari C3 legacy line to which it is associated (the FamilyDN), the call is delivered to the Safari C3 legacy line by NTOS functionalityand is returned to the AS, where the call is then delivered to all otherclients registered on the AS with that Family DN.15 August 2014 EXPERiUS Application Server NN48111-111 09.02Copyright © 2010-2014 GENBAND. All Rights Reserved.

General features 25When a client registered with an AS One Number Service subscriber dialsthe DN of another Safari C3 legacy line that is configured with OneNumber Service (another Family DN), the call is delivered to the Safari C3legacy line and to all clients registered with the associated Family DN.Unanswered calls are forwarded to the voice mailbox for that Safari C3legacy line.Calls originated from AS hosted clients and devices to a Family DN arerouted to the Safari C3 over a SIP trunk.Loop Problem and Prevention Solution on the C20 and ASFixedExtensionFeatureXLAAdminService is provisioned to prevent a callloop.When a Narrowband Line calls a Narrowband Line configured with the IDPOption, the Narrowband Line rings and the call is delivered to theGENCom clients. All GENCom Clients’ Family Accounts have NetworkTransformation Overlay Service (NTOS) with the directory number as theDN of the Narrowband Line. When the INVITE messages reach theGENCom clients, the NTOS feature delivers the call to the NarrowbandLine. Because it is configured with the IDP option, the Narrowband Linerings and additional INVITE messages are delivered to the SESM on whichthe Family DN resides. This causes a loop on the call:• The DIGITS of the IDP VOICE option contains a six-digit number, forexample, 927999. The first three digits are the translation number forcalls placed from the C20 to the AS (927). The final three digits are aunique number for feature translation (999) on the AS.• When the Narrowband Line configured with the IDP option is called, thefirst three digits of the IDP VOICE option are removed and the call isdelivered to the AS.• The final three digits of the IDP VOICE option and the family DN arethen delivered to the SESM, for example, 9994034560001.• A new Feature Translation portlet is added to the Network TranslationOverlay Service in a new tab. The Feature Translation portlet detectsthe unique last 3 digits of the IDP VOICE option (for example, 999) andremoves them from the Family DN (for example, 4034560001).• In addition, NTOS service is not triggered, to avoid causing a loop.To prevent this from occurring, a loop prevention mechanism is enabled bydatafilling a new Feature Translation portlet that has been added in a newtab in the Network Translation Overlay Services portlet. By datafilling thisportlet, the unique final three digits of the IDP VOICE option are detectedand removed from the Family DN. The NTOS service is also not triggeredso as to not cause a loop.15 August 2014 Product Description NN48111-111 09.02Copyright © 2010-2014 GENBAND. All Rights Reserved.

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