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ANSI / ITU Point Code Converter Tool (Doc ID 1326801.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 4.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose


On the international level, point codes (PC) are structured according to the ITU-T standards.  14 bits of information formatted as:

On the national level, the point codes are formatted according to whatever standard the country chooses to use.  Most countries use either the ITU-T or ANSI national standards.

The ANSI point code is 24 bits of information formatted as:

The ITU-T national point code is 14 bits of information interpreted as a single identifier:

Quite often, in protocol analyzers for example, other formats are used.  Two other commonly used representations are:

This document provides a javascript point code converter tool to easily compute between the different standards and point code styles.

@ internal note: a quick google search will also provide plenty of online point code conversion tools.

Scope

The intended audience is Network Charging and Control (NCC) Engineers and/or SS7/C7 (Signalling System No 7) Network Engineers.

Details

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