NAMS Bypass Traffic Controller

The NAMS Bypass Traffic Controller (BTC) is a very useful and effective tool for controlling Phantom Traffic or Bypass Traffic. NAMS Firefly has been a very effective tool for identifying Bypass Traffic and now with our Bypass Traffic Controller, we can actively prevent Bypass Traffic from occurring, resulting in an immediate revenue increase. The NAMS Bypass Traffic Controller provides the capability to reroute certain telephone calls based on call criteria. The primary purpose of this application is to reroute traffic whose origination information has been altered or removed to bypass normal access charges. The NAMS Bypass Traffic Controller can reroute calls sent over EAS groups that did not originate within the agreed upon local calling area, thereby preventing this particular form access charge avoidance.

Active SS7 network element for identifying Bypass Traffic and increasing revenue.
  • Active SS7 network element
  • Revenue Assurance
  • Active, or passive modes
  • Multiple different triggers and conditions

The components of NAMS Bypass Traffic Controller include hardware, processes, and GUI applications. The NAMS Bypass Traffic Controller proprietary SS7 probe actively collects ISUP and TCAP/SCCP messages and an additional record called an ISUP Session Record (ISR), is created from the five main ISUP messages that are generated for each call. These ISR’s can be used for billing and also provide a much more efficient way for the applications to manage the call data. Queries and reports can be run on ISR and TCAP/SCCP data providing the user with network visibility.

NAMS Bypass Traffic Controller has the ability to become a network element where it can be configured to reroute calls based on call criteria. The primary purpose of this application is to reroute traffic whose origination information has been altered or removed to bypass normal access charges. BTC can reroute calls sent over EAS groups that did not originate within the agreed upon local calling area, thereby preventing this particular form of access charge avoidance.

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