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FCC 96-128 – RESELLER ORDER CALL FLOW DIAGRAM EXAMPLES GLOSSARY SCP – Service Control Point, also called Signal Control Point. A remote database within.

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1 FCC – RESELLER ORDER CALL FLOW DIAGRAM EXAMPLES GLOSSARY SCP – Service Control Point, also called Signal Control Point. A remote database within the System Signaling 7 network for translation and routing of 8YY calls. STP – Signaling Transfer Point POTS – Plain Old Telephone Service (10-digit telephone number). CO – Central Office EO – End Office CC 142 – Call Code 142 AMA record indicating IntraLATA Toll-Free Number. CPN – Calling Party Number

2 800 Database Call Flow w/LNP (INTRALATA 800, SBC originator, SBC 800 Customer) 1.SBC Originating Customer (PSP location) dials 800 Number. 2.SBC 800 Translations then drive a query sending CPN, 800#, and LATA to SBC. 3.Translations route query to SBC 800 Database (SCP) # and LATA in SCP are defined and SCP returns POTS Routable #. 5.Response is routed back through SBC to the SBC CO. 6.SBC CO/EO uses the POTS Routable # to continue routing. 7.SBC CO/EO routes the call to the Terminating SBC CO/EO either directly or through the tandem. 8.SBC then terminates the call to the customer. SBC CO/EO SBC LNP SBC Local STP SBC Regional STP SBC CO/EO SBC Originator SBC Customer Call Flow AMA Records and Charges 1.CC 142 created at SBC office. 2.SBC pays Per Call Compensation to PSP. SBC 800 SCP SBC Tandem 7b. 7a.

3 1.SBC Originating Customer (PSP location) dials 800 Number. 2.SBC 800 Translations then drive a query sending CPN, 800#, and LATA to SBC. 3.Translations route query to SBC 800 Database (SCP) # and LATA in SCP are defined and SCP returns POTS Routable #. 5.Response is routed back through SBC to the SBC CO/EO. 6.SBC CO/EO uses the POTS Routable # to continue routing. 7.SBC CO/EO routes the call to the FB-CLEC. The call can route through the tandem if direct trunks are not available. 8.The FB-CLEC then terminates the call to their customer or connects to other carrier/provider. SBC CO/EO SBC LNP SBC Local STP SBC Regional STP FB-CLEC CO/EO SBC Originator CLEC Customer Call Flow AMA Records and Charges 1.CC 142 created at SBC office. 2.SBC excludes these calls from Per Call Compensation to PSP. SBC 800 SCP SBC Tandem 800 Database Call Flow w/LNP (INTRALATA 800, SBC originator, Facilities-Based (FB) CLEC 800 Customer) 7a. 7b.

4 800 Database Call Flow w/LNP (INTRALATA 800, SBC originator, ILEC 800 Customer) 1.SBC Originating Customer (PSP location) dials 800 Number. 2.SBC 800 Translations then drive a query sending CPN, 800#, and LATA to SBC. 3.Translations route query to SBC 800 Database (SCP) # and LATA in SCP are defined and SCP returns POTS Routable #. 5.Response is routed back through SBC to the SBC CO/EO. 6.The SBC CO/EO uses the POTS Routable # to continue routing. 7.SBC CO/EO routes the call to the ILEC. The call can route through the tandem if direct trunks are not available. 8.The ILEC then terminates the call to the customer. SBC CO/EO SBC LNP SBC Local STP SBC Regional STP ILEC CO/EO SBC Originator ILEC Customer Call Flow AMA Records and Charges 1.CC 142 created at SBC office. 2.SBC pays Per Call Compensation to PSP. SBC 800 SCP SBC Tandem 7b. 7a.


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