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Confi guration
LUCENT SWITCH:
GENERAL PARAMETERS
1. Supp Num In: Source
2. Supp Num Out: Off
3. Supp Trunk: Off
4. Num Chars In: 4
5. Num Chars Out: 4
FIELD LOCATION
11. Dest Num Loc: 12
12. Src Num Loc: 34
13. In Trunk Loc: 14
14. Out Trunk Loc: 50
FIELD LENGTH
21. Dest Num Len: 22
22. Src Num Len: 12
23. In Trunk Len: 24
24. Out Trunk Len: 4
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Figure 5.9: Field Suppression: The Lucent Switch Option
5.4.1.1. Field Suppression; The Lucent Switch Feature
This feature is used to suppress portions of the data record that may
contain phone numbers and trunk numbers, allowing HIPPA compliant data
transmission. This feature is useful in situations where either local laws
or regulating agencies prohibit the transmission of phone numbers. The
Lucent Switch configuration menu offers the following options:
General Parameters:
1. Suppress Number: When enabled, all or part of each phone number
will be suppressed and not included in transmitted call records. This
item can be used to select destination numbers, source numbers, both
types of numbers or neither (Off.) (Default = Off.)
2. Suppress Trunk: When enabled, all or part of trunk numbers will be
suppressed and not included in transmitted call records. This item can
be used to select the inbound trunk, outgoing trunk, both or neither
(Off.) (Default = Off.)
3. Call Direction: This item is used to determine if the VIP will
suppress incoming phone numbers, outgoing phone numbers or both
types of numbers. (Default = Outgoing.)
4. Number of Characters In: This item determines how many
characters (counting from right to left) will be stripped from the source
number field. (Default = 4.)
5. Number of Characters Out: This item determines how many
characters (counting from right to left) will be stripped from the
destination number field. (default = 4.)
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