Failure Reason 403 No Roaming Agreement From Current Network

The Oracle Communications Session Border (OCSBC) controller supports the negotiation of security agreements, as described in RFC3329. For S8HR, OCSBC extends to Sec-Agree to disable encryption for trusted roaming networks. With the s8hr profile that you apply to an interface, you determine which networks are trustworthy. OCSBC imposes your configuration by offering ZERO the only encryption algorithm for trusted networks. According to the protocols, the problem seems to be on the supplier side. You send below reason to separate the call to « 4565235 », but the same functions (G711 ulaw and SIP udp) work for « 4193193 » Here are the results of ITSP. According to them, we need to send two PCMA and PCMU codecs as the 1st and 2nd priority. Under the outgoing Dial Peer configuration, I have codec class with both. Where I can register at the CM to send both codecs. The configuration gateway is connected S8HR supports roaming over VoLTE networks, with ims infrastructure elements located in the Public LaN Mobile Home Network (HPLMN) and the EU roaming in a Country Public Visit Mobile Network (NMPV).

To enable S8HR roaming, create an S8HR profile and apply it to the corresponding interface. For more information about configuring the profile, see this document. However, S8HR roaming depends on additional configuration of OCSBC for its functionality: the OCSBC determines, using its VPLMN ID, whether a network is reliable. To ascertain this, the OCSBC questions the PCRF. The ensuing Rx exchange provides the VPLMN ID. The OCSBC triggers this Rx replacement when it receives the 1st UNSECURED REGISTRY. (PLMN information is required by the PCRF to determine whether the EU is roaming or not.) During this exchange, the P-CSCF subscription can trigger a pcRF subscription to the P-GW if none already exists. The subscription sequence allows the P-CSCF to receive MCC and MNC information used for the PLMN ID, which it then stores for use with the REGISTER below and other sessions. If the IMEI, retrieved from the « +sip.instance » parameter in the INVITE contact head field, is the same as the IMEI received by PCRF, imei validation is successful. The OCSBC modifies the PROMPT as follows and passes it to the kernel: It also seems to me that the problem is that of the provider where one number is chosen and the second step. I will inquire with the provider and update myself.

If the SBC receives an emergency registration declaration from the S8HR roaming user, SBC shall not forward the cancellation to the registrant. . . .