A.2 CCBS Call Set-up for non supporting MSs

04.933GPPCompletion of Calls to Busy Subscriber (CCBS)Stage 3TS

The CCBS recall shall be treated as a mobile terminated call set-up. The network shall send a SETUP message to MS A, which causes the MS to ring indicating that destination B is now idle. If subscriber A accepts the CCBS recall, MS A shall establish a new call with the CONNECT message.

MS A NETWORK

SETUP
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(Calling Party BCD Number, BearerCapability, CCBS Remote User Free)

CALL CONFIRMED
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ALERTING
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CONNECT
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CONNECT ACKNOWLEDGE
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START DTMF
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START DTMF ACKNOWLEDGE
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STOP DTMF
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STOP DTMF ACKNOWLEDGE
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ALERT
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FACILITY
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NOTE*: It is an operator option to request the user if he/she wishes to continue

Figure A.2: CCBS Call Set-up for non supporting MSs

Editors Note: The network needs to know that this is a CCBS Call so that the destination network can be informed. How does the originating network know that this is a CCBS Call? Can the network determine this based on the transaction identifier?

Editors Note: This area is currently under discussion within SMG1 & SMG3