Altering The ETC_SCIF_ID Parameter in the acs.conf Configuration Doesn't Yield the Expected Result
(Doc ID 1489846.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 19, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 4.4.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When altering or configuring the ETC_SCF_ID parameter in acs.conf, the change does not yield the result described in the documentation. See "Cause" section for the description of the parameter in the documentation.
The "ETC_SCF_ID" is actually the SCF ID rather than a flag, and despite what the documentation says, altering this parameter has the following effect :
- If the ETC_CorrelationIdInIPAddr is 1, then IP prefix set is appended with the correlation ID and then appended with the value of ETC_SCF_ID, if it is set in acs.conf (even if 0).
- If it is not set (i.e. ETC_SCF_ID is not in acs.conf), there is no SCF ID appended.
- If ETC_CorrelationIdInIPAddr is 0, then the SRF ID and correlation ID are sent as the separate parameters in the ETC message.
Recent implementation of a new Network Charging and Control (NCC) installation, or change in the ETC_SCF_ID parameter on an existing NCC installation.
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