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For the original call, the served user may have been either the calling or called party. (...) The Call ID is generated whenever a new call is established. (...) By following the Call ID values implementers can associate all the calls within the framework of a service, e.g. calls that have been transferred after an original call.
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Call for Nominations – Membership of UNPFII 2023-2025 | Deadline 25 January 2022 | United Nations For Indigenous Peoples Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Français Español Русский Unofficial translations (Google) (Microsoft) Department of Economic and Social Affairs Indigenous Peoples Search UN DESA Home Indigenous Peoples at the UN UNPFII Resources News Calendar Contact Us *** COVID-19 *** Home Indigenous Peoples at the UN UNPFII Resources News Calendar Contact Us *** COVID-19 *** Home Call for Nominations – Membership of UNPFII 2023-2025 | Deadline 25 January 2022 Call for Nominations – Membership of UNPFII 2023-2025 | Deadline 25 January 2022 16 December 2021 Indigenous peoples’ organizations are invited to submit nominations for the membership of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues 2023-2025. (...) Click here for more information about the Call for Nominations – Membership of UNPFII 2023-2025.
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The basic way to identify calls in H.323 is by the Call Reference Value (CRV) defines in section 7.4, that “is used to associate all messages related to the same call… The same CRV shall be used in all admissions, call setup, supplementary service, bandwidth change, and call termination messages relating to the same call. (...) The CRV relates messages within the same call, the CID relates calls within the same conference”. (...) The CRV couldn’t be used, e.g., to associate an original A to B call with the transferred B to C call. 2. The Global Call Identifier Parameter In order to ensure unique identification of all messages within a call we suggest to add to H.323 (H.225) a mandatory parameter called Global Call Identifier.
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The Call ID (previously “Global Call Identifier”) is proposed to ensure unique identification of calls in cases where the Call Reference Value is not sufficient. (...) The Call ID identifies the call with which the message is associated. It is used to associate all RAS and Q.931 messages relating to the same call. Unlike CRV, the Call ID doesn’t change within a call, even when a call that was initiated between two entities (e.g. a terminal and a gatekeeper) is proceeded with another entity (e.g. the first terminal with another terminal).
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Antalya, 2006Busan, 2014) of the Plenipotentiary Conference, on measures concerning alternative calling procedures on international telecommunication networks, in particular its resolves 1, 2 and 3, recognizing a) that the call-back, refiling, non-identification[footnoteRef:1]1 and other alternative calling procedures, which may be potentially harmful, are not permitted in many countries and permitted in some others; [1: ] b) that although the call-back, inappropriate hubbing, refiling, non-identification and other alternative calling procedures, which may be potentially harmful, offer alternative calling procedures which they may be attractive for users; c) that the call-back, inappropriate hubbing, refiling, non-identification and other alternative calling procedures, which may be potentially harmful and may impact the revenue of operating agencies authorized by Member States, which may seriously hamper, in particular, the efforts of developing countries[footnoteRef:2]2, for the sound development of their telecommunication networks and services; [2: 2 These include the least developed countries, small island developing states, landlocked developing countries and countries with economies in transition.] d) that distortions in traffic patterns resulting from some forms of the call-back, inappropriate hubbing, refiling, non-identification and other alternative calling procedures, which may be potentially harmful, may impact traffic management and network planning; e) that some forms the alternative calling procedures of call-back seriously degrade the performance and quality of the telecommunication networkspublic switched telephone network (PSTN),; f) that the major role of Internet networks in the international arena, which impact the calling procedures format and reform the structure and technology of calling procedures, considering a) the results of the ITU workshop on alternative calling procedures and origin identification held in Geneva on 19-20 March 2012,; b) that calling procedures should maintain acceptable quality of service (QoS) levels, quality of experience (QoE), calling line identification (CLI), and origin identification (OI), reaffirming a) that it is the sovereign right of each country to regulate its telecommunications and as such it may permit, prohibit or otherwise regulate call-back, refiling or matters related to caller identification in its territory; b) that the ITU Constitution, in its Preamble, gave regard to "the growing importance of telecommunication for the preservation of peace and the economic and social development of all States", and that Member States agreed in the Constitution with "the object of facilitating peaceful relations, international cooperation among peoples and economic and social development by means of efficient telecommunication services", noting that in order to minimize the effect of alternative calling procedures: i) Administrations and operating agencies authorized by Member States should, within their national law, follow the guidelines, developed by Member States, on the measures that can be considered to address the impact of alternative calling procedures make every effort to establish the level of collection charges on a cost-oriented basis, taking into account Article 6.1.1 of the International Telecommunication Regulations and Recommendation ITUT D.5; ii) administrations and operating agencies authorized by Member States should vigorously pursue the implementation of Recommendation ITUT D.140 and the principle of cost-oriented accounting rates and accounting-rate shares, resolves 1 to continue identifying and defining all forms of alternative calling procedures and study their impact on all parties, and developing Recommendations concerning alternative calling procedures that administrations and operating agencies authorized by Member States should take, to the furthest extent practicable, all measures to suspend the methods and practices of any alternative calling procedures call-back which seriously degrade the quality of service (QoS), quality of experience (QoE) of telecommunications Network or hinder calling line identification (CLI), and origin identification (OI )the quality and the performance of the PSTN, such as constant calling (or bombardment or polling) and answer suppression; 2 that administrations and operating agencies authorized by Member States should take a cooperative approach to respecting the national sovereignty of others, and suggested guidelines for this collaboration are attached; and to provide an acceptable level of QoS and QoE, in order to ensure the delivery of international calling line identification (CLI) and origin identification (OI)information; 3 to continue developing appropriate Recommendations concerning alternative calling procedures and, in particular, the technical aspects of the methods and practices of call-back which seriously degrade the quality and the performance of the PSTN, such as constant calling (or bombardment or polling) and answer suppression; 43 to instruct ITU-T Study Group 2 to study other aspects and forms of alternative calling procedures, to cooperate with ITU-D SG1 and SG2 on issues related to alternative calling procedures, telecommunication origin identification (OI), and calling line identification (CLI)including refiling and non-identification, and service definition and requirements for hubbing; 54 to instruct ITU-T Study Group 3 to study the economic effects of call-back, refiling and inappropriate hubbing and other forms of alternative calling procedures, as well as origin non-identification or spoofing, on the effort of developing countries for sound development of their local telecommunication networks and services;, and to evaluate in cooperation with Study Group 2 the effectiveness of the suggested guidelines on call-back, 5 to instruct Study Group 12 to define the minimum threshold of QoS and QoE to be fulfilled during the use of alternative calling procedures, instructs the Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau to continue to cooperate with the Director of the Telecommunication Development Bureau in order to facilitate the participation of developing countries in these studies and to make use of the results of the studies, and in the implementation of this resolution.; invites Member States 1 to encourage their administrations and operating agencies authorized by Member States to follow the instructions, within their national laws, in order to ensure providing the good QoS and QoE and the respect of International Calling Line Identification (CLI) and Origin Identification (OI); 2 to contribute to this work. (...) The following guidelines are recommended to be applied in country X (the location of the call-back user) and country Y (the location of the call-back provider) regarding call-back. (...) Administration Y and operating agencies authorized by Member States in Y should take all reasonable measures to stop call-back providers in its territory offering call-back: a) in other countries where it is prohibited; and/or b) which is harmful to the networks involved.
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This proposal recommends the behavior of the calling terminal and how the called entity should respond. (...) The proposal can be summarized as: When the terminal has no a priori knowledge of the call intent, the calling terminal will use ‘conferenceGoal = create’ in the Setup message to the called entity. (...) When a calling terminal places a call to a transport address the intent of the call is often not known to the calling terminal software.
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