Atomic actions can be routed to a network element using DN and this mechanism of routing is termed as DN routing.
When working with DN routing, see the following topics:
Directory Number is a 10 digit telephone number which is divided into three parts:
NPA: The first three digits of a telephone number known as Numbering Plan Area (NPA) code.
NXX: The second three digits of a telephone number known as Central Office code is also known as prefix.
Line: The last four digits of a telephone number.
Using Oracle Communications Design Studio, DN can be configured on atomic actions in a cartridge. See ASAP System Administrator's Guide.
Creating Directory Number Routing
Configuring Directory Number Routing
You can use the DN Routing Map Wizard to create a DN routing map entity.
To create DN routing:
Select Studio, then select Show Design Perspective.
Select Studio, select New, select Activation, then select DN Routing Map.
The DN Routing Map Wizard appears.
Select a project for this element and enter a name for the entity.
(Optional) Select a location for the entity.
By default, Design Studio saves the entity to your default workspace location. You can deselect the Use recommended name and location check box and enter a folder name in the Folder field or select a location different from the system-provided default.
To select a different location:
Deselect the Use recommended name and location check box.
Click the Folder field Browse button.
Navigate to the directory in which to save the entity.
In the Studio Projects view, in the project folder, the new DN routing map entity appears.
You can configure a DN routing map entity using the DN Routing Map editor.
To configure DN routing:
In the Studio Projects view, double-click a DN routing map entity.
The DN Routing Map editor appears.
In the Description field, specify the description for the editor.
In the DN Routing Details area, click Add.
A new row with default values appears.
Click the row to edit the DN routing details.
This enables the fields in the Routing Map Details area for this specific row.
In the Routing Map Details area, for the specific row, specify the values for the NPA, NXX, Min Line, and Max Line fields.
Note:The range for NPA and NXX is from 100 to 999 and for Min Line and Max Line is from 1000 to 9999.
(Optional) Click the … button and select an atomic action that you want to route using DN.
Click the … button and select a network element to which you want to route the atomic action.
Select File, then select Save.