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Media Gateway – Session
Initiated Protocol
(MG-SIP)
Configuration Guide

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    Media Gateway – Session Initiated Protocol (MG-SIP) Configuration Guide...

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    NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. reserves the right to change the specifications, functions, or features, at any time, without notice. NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. has prepared this document for use by its employees and customers. The information contained herein is the property of NEC Unified Solutions, Inc., and shall not be reproduced...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

      4.1 Hardware Specifications ........................9  4.2 Software Specifications ........................11  5. Interactions ..........................11   6. PBX Programming for MG-SIP .................... 12   6.1 ASYD ............................... 12  6.2 ASYDL ............................. 12  6.3 ALOCL ............................. 12  6.4 ADTM .............................. 12 ...

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    A-1 Sample Network ..........................68  A-2 PBX Programming for MG-SIP in Sample Network ..............68  A-3 MG-SIP Programming in Sample Network ..................70  APPENDIX B: MG-SIP Session Initiated Protocol (SIP) Message Support ......74   MG-SIP Page 4 of 75...

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    B-1 Provisional 1xx ..........................74  B-2 Successful 2xx ..........................74  B-3 Redirection 3xx ..........................74  B-4 Request Failure 4xx ......................... 74  B-5 Server Failure 5xx ........................... 75  B-6 Global Failures 6xx ......................... 75  MG-SIP Page 5 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 6: General Description

    MGC (PHI) of the IPX, provides a full array of call routing capabilities to maximize network performance in the packet voice network (SIP network). The MG-SIP16 provides the system with a flexible and cost-efficient network environment without wasting the accumulated assets of the NEC products. Connection test with Common Carrier is required. Note:...

  • Page 7: Operating Procedure

    9. IP Masquerade feature can make a VoIP connection between Private IP Address and Global IP Address. IP Masquerade feature is to translate UDP and TCP Ports, thereby; it can connect multiple Private IP MG-SIP Page 7 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    [A-82]/REMOTE ACCESS TO SYSTEM [R-2] when Incoming Call terminates to MG-SIP16. 19. MG-SIP16 does not support ring down service. 20. To use VLAN feature of MG-SIP16, connect Switch supporting VLAN feature. MG-SIP itself does not support VLAN. 21. To use FAX communication feature of MG-SIP16, specify the FAX settings by ARTI/ARTIN command.

  • Page 9: Specifications

    • MG-SIP16 receives error response from carrier’s SIP server Alternate routing is activated after receiving error response (400, 408, 500, and 503). • All the available channels are busy or in make-busy state. 4. Specifications 4.1 Hardware Specifications MG-SIP Page 9 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    MG-SIP Page 10 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 11: Software Specifications

    4.2 Software Specifications 5. Interactions None. MG-SIP Page 11 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 12: Pbx Programming For Mg-sip

    6. PBX Programming for MG-SIP Be sure to assign the data in the following order. Note: - Assign System Data 1, 6.1 ASYD Index64, Bit7 = 1 (holding tone sending) Index186, Bit6 = 1 (ISDN) Index187=00 Index220, Bit6=0 (ISDN is enabled) - Assign the following: 6.2 ASYDL...

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    6.9 ATRK - Specify trunk data on Virtual Speech Channel and Virtual Signaling Channel. RT: Specify Route Number [1-255] TK: Specify Trunk Number [1-255] LENS: Specify Accommodated Location (Six digits) The following is an example of 16-channel operation. MG-SIP Page 13 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 14: Adpc

    PC: Specify unused Point Code, not Point Code used in SS7 [1-16383] - Assign the top number of 32-channel LENS. 6.11 ACSC CSCG: Specify the CSC Group Number GROUP: Specify the CIC Group Number CCH: Specify the top LENS of a unit. MG-SIP Page 14 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 15: Acic1

    Service of Authentication exists: Select the box if a registration is required per number. Note Whether to use Service of Authentication is determined by the carrier’s selected services. Note: For more information about this feature, refer to Multiple Number Service (MG-SIP) [M-113]. MG-SIP Page 15 of 75...

  • Page 16: Amgvl

    DC: Enter Number of digits for this DC must match the data in DC of the ARTD command. CDC: Enter Change Digit Code [Maximum 24 digits] AD: Enter Additional Dialing XFR: Enable/Disable Transfer Service After the registration has been completed, reset MG-SIP16 (ON OFF ON). MG-SIP Page 16 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 17: Mg-sip Startup And Programming

    7. MG-SIP Startup and Programming 7.1 Maintenance Console Settings Use a serial connection client such as Hyperterminal to connect MG-SIP16 on a software basis. Be sure to connect RS-232C cable (straight cable) between MG-SIP16 and the Maintenance Console (PC) when initially setting up MG-SIP16.

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    MG-SIP Page 18 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 19: Configuration Setting

    Assign the data depending on the SIP network configuration. Note: STEP 1: When a prompt “->” is displayed, enter “config” and then press Enter key. STEP 2: A prompt “MG-SIP>” is displayed indicating the console command mode. MG-SIP Page 19 of 75...

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    MG-SIP Page 20 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    MG-SIP Page 21 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    MG-SIP Page 22 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 23: Operation Check

    STEP 1: Reboot MG-SIP. Open reboot command to save the settings. STEP 2: After the MG-SIP16 is rebooted, the following is displayed on Maintenance Console. If a message indicating MG-SIP OFFLINE START is displayed, make sure of the Note: following: - Confirm a cable connected to SIP network is inserted firmly.

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    The user input command above consists of several components. The following describes these components using one of the set commands. Input the desired command, sub command and each required parameter after the prompt (“MG-SIP>” as an example here) is indicated. Parameters vary depending on the specified command. When each data (command name, sub command name, parameter) is specified correctly, the command executes the required data processing, and then informs the processed result on the screen.

  • Page 25: How To Read The Maintenance Commands

    7.5.2 How to Read the Maintenance Commands The commands on this section are explained with defined characters. These characters’ meanings are in the following: MG-SIP Page 25 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    MG-SIP Page 26 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    MG-SIP Page 27 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 28: Set Commands

    ACK and REGISTER for re-INVITE/200 OK. Pressing the Enter key can skip the item. In this case, default values are assigned automatically. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16. MG-SIP Page 28 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 29: SetΔcause_table

    URI that has been set in Config. Pressing the Enter key can skip the item. In this case, default values are assigned automatically. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16. MG-SIP Page 29 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 30: SetΔcheck_number

    09.00.00.00. It is possible to change the priority of obtaining calling party number when a call terminates via SIP network. Pressing the Enter key can skip the item. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the MG-SIP Page 30 of 75...

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    “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16. The following shows the method of obtaining CPN when this feature is available. MG-SIP Page 31 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 32: SetΔdefault

    This command is used to specify the DNS IP address. Pressing the Enter key can skip the item. In this case, default values are assigned automatically. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16. MG-SIP Page 32 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 33: SetΔdomain

    This command is used to specify the Quality of Service (QoS) of DRS. Pressing the Enter key can skip the item. In this case, default values are assigned automatically. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16. • When IP PRECEDENCE (=1) is selected: MG-SIP Page 33 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 34: SetΔdtmf_mode

    Pressing the Enter key can skip the item. In this case, default values are assigned automatically. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MGSIP16. MG-SIP Page 34 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 35: SetΔh245_base_port_no

    This command is used to specify the H.245 port number to/from IPX network. Pressing the Enter key can skip the item. In this case, default values are assigned automatically. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16. MG-SIP Page 35 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 36: SetΔhc_alarm

    Enter key can skip the item. In this case, default values are assigned automatically. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16. • Ether1: LAN (IPX network) side • Ether2: WAN (SIP network) side MG-SIP Page 36 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 37: SetΔipx_route

    10. Pressing the Enter key can skip some of the items. In this case, default values are assigned automatically. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16. • When Exit (Route type = 0) is selected: MG-SIP Page 37 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    When Static (Route type = 2) is selected: Note [To Assign Destination Network Address and Gateway Address] Note: Usually, gateway data should be set as ‘Static’ at LAN (IPX network) side. Note: Pressing any key other than “y” displays the following message. MG-SIP Page 38 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    Note 1: Two or more Default Gateway cannot be registered. Note 2: To set a default gateway, it should be assigned to IPX network port or SIP network port either. [To Delete the assigned Routing Information] MG-SIP Page 39 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    Note 3: If there is no route to be deleted, the following will be displayed. Note4: Pressing any key other than “y” displays the following message. Note: Routing assignment is unnecessary for network segment assigned to Ether (0). MG-SIP Page 40 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    The following shows a typical network configuration and the sample data setting. MG-SIP Page 41 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 42: SetΔipx_rtp_port_no

    Note 2: Use configuration command “setΔsip_register” to assign the SIP server for register destination. The assignment of “setΔsip_register” is necessary when registration is to be done per number. Assign this command adjusting to the specifications on SIP network. MG-SIP Page 42 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 43: SetΔmusictype

    This command is used to specify a type of Calling Line Identification Non-Presentation. Pressing the Enter key can skip the item. In this case, default values are assigned automatically. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16. MG-SIP Page 43 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 44: SetΔregistration_port_no

    Register packet was sent to SIP server from MG(SIP). Pressing the Enter key can skip the item. In this case, default values are assigned automatically. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16. MG-SIP Page 44 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 45: SetΔrtp_pathon

    This command is used to create SIP domain. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16. • When SIP Domain Mode is Disable (=0) is selected: MG-SIP Page 45 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 46: SetΔsession_timer

    This command is used to specify the Session Timer. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16. • When Session-Timer is Enable (=0) is selected: MG-SIP Page 46 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 47: SetΔsignaling_port_number

    Proxy Server. Pressing the Enter key can skip the item. In this case, default values are assigned automatically. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the "REBOOT" command to restart the MG-SIP16. MG-SIP Page 47 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 48: SetΔsip_route

    Enter key can skip the item. (Note) In this case, default values are assigned automatically. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16. Note: “SIP server type” and “IPaddress/FQDN” cannot be skipped. MG-SIP Page 48 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 49: SetΔsip_tel_service

    Pressing the Enter key can skip the item. In this case, default values are assigned automatically. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16. MG-SIP Page 49 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 50: SetΔslipresp

    7.5.3.45 SETΔRESPONSE_TABLE This command is used to set response table. Pressing the Enter key can skip the item. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16. MG-SIP Page 50 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 51: SetΔout_of_area_code

    MG-SIP16. 7.5.3.46 MULTISESSION This command is used to enable/disable the use of Multi-Path Switch in ACD system by using MG-SIP. To make this assignment effective, it is required to execute the “REBOOT” command to restart the MG-SIP16.

  • Page 52: ShowΔconfig

    This command is used to show the configuration that has been currently specified for the MG-SIP16. • When MAC Data (=0) is selected: • When DRS Data (=1) is selected: • When Common Config Data (=2) is selected: MG-SIP Page 52 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    Note: H/C Alarm type display varies depending on the type that is assigned by the “set hc_alarm.” - When assigned as IPX network SIP network: “IPX and SIP side enable” MG-SIP Page 53 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    - When assigned as IPX network: “IPX side enable” - When assigned as SIP network: “SIP side enable” - When assigned not to send: “Disable” • When Port Config Data (=3) is selected: • When SIP Config Data (=4) is selected: MG-SIP Page 54 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    Additional Information when SIP Config Data (=4) is selected: MG-SIP Page 55 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    MG-SIP Page 56 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 57: ShowΔinterface

    • When Route Config Data (=5) is selected: 7.5.4.3 SHOWΔINTERFACE This command is used to show the link and setting state of Ether connection. MG-SIP Page 57 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 58: ShowΔroute

    Note: Actual value may differ from this sample. 7.5.4.5 SHOWΔSTATUS This command is used to show a status of the system. • When Port status (=0) is selected: Note: Port status is displayed as follows depending on the status. MG-SIP Page 58 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    Note: Display pattern is as follow depending on the registration status. - During Registration: Now Registering - Registration Succeed: Registration Done. • When SIP status (=2) is selected [Multi Registration Mode is disabled]: Note: Displayed message for each registration status is as follows: MG-SIP Page 59 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 60: ShowΔversion

    Note: In the above example, registration was attempted for 16 numbers toward the SIP server. However, 8 numbers failed. Assign MG-No by using ASRIL command. “CNT” is a parameter of ASRIL command. 7.5.4.6 SHOWΔVERSION This command is used to show a version information installed in MG-SIP16. MG-SIP Page 60 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 61: Download Command

    Note 1: The new IP address that is used for downloading and those of other ports should be different network address (different segment). Note 2: Do not use a network address for which static routing has been set. MG-SIP Page 61 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    • [When downloading one program] MG-SIP Page 62 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    In this case, execute download again. Note 2: If download fails, an error message similar to the following is displayed. The message includes an error number. Please see the table that shows countermeasures. MG-SIP Page 63 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 64: Ping Command

    This command is used to send ping packets to a specified address to confirm network status. Ping is attempted 5 times to the address specified. Note Note: The number of ping attempts (5 times) and packet size (56 bytes) cannot be changed. MG-SIP Page 64 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 65: Reboot Command

    - set sip_server (Assign the IP address of the SIP server) - set keynumber (Assign a pilot number.) If any item has not been assigned when saving the running configuration data, the following message will be displayed. MG-SIP Page 65 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 66: Exit Command

    This command is used to exit from configuration mode. 7.5.9 HELP COMMAND 7.5.9.1 HELP/? This command is used to show the brief explanation of all the commands that are available on the Maintenance Console. MG-SIP Page 66 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 67: Error Messages On Maintenance Console

    7.5.10 Error Messages on Maintenance Console The following are error messages displayed on the Maintenance Console. *Refer to each command for the other error messages. MG-SIP Page 67 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 68: Appendix A: Sample Network With Pbx/mg-sip Programming

    APPENDIX A: Sample Network with PBX/MG-SIP Programming A-1 Sample Network A-2 PBX Programming for MG-SIP in Sample Network (This does not include normal LCR programming CMDs ANPD, ASPA, ARNP, ARRC, ARSC, AFRS, AOPR, AMND, etc.) [If to be shared in Fusion Network use “N” commands, ie ARTDN, where necessary.]...

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    CDN47: INTD = 2 (H.323/SIP) CDN68: VIR = 2 (MG connection) CDN77: RA_RT = 1 (Physical Register is used) [If “0”, Remote Access to system through MG-SIP will not work.] CDN71: FXD = 1 (IP FAX data is in service) CDN72: FXJS = 15 (Jitter Buffer Size for IP FAX [1-30] ×...

  • Page 70: Mg-sip Programming In Sample Network

    XFR: In Service A-3 MG-SIP Programming in Sample Network MAC Data Ether[1] MAC Address : 00-60-b9-46-4b-ae (built into MG-SIP, not assigned by user) Ether[2] MAC Address : 00-60-b9-46-4b-6e (built into MG-SIP, not assigned by user) DRS Data DRS[0] IP Address : 50.51.52.70 : PortNo[3456] DRS[1] IP Address : 0.0.0.0 : PortNo[3456]...

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    Register port number : 5060 Expires time : 3600 -------------------------------------------- set keynumber : Key number : 9725551234 -------------------------------------------- set auth : User ID : (userID of SIP Trunk Group) Password : (password of SIP Trunk Group) MG-SIP Page 71 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    : SIP-URI -------------------------------------------- set sip_tel_service : SIP telephony service function : enable REPLACES Function : enable -------------------------------------------- set reg_interval : REGISTER interval timer : 5min -------------------------------------------- set update : UPDATE Method support function : enabled MG-SIP Page 72 of 75 5/8/2009...

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    Route Config Data Ether[1] Route type : Static | Gateway Address | Destination network/Prefix -----+------------------+--------------------------- | 50. 51. 52. | 50. 51. 52. Ether[2] Route type : Static | Gateway Address | Destination network/Prefix -----+------------------+--------------------------- 10.11.12.1 MG-SIP Page 73 of 75 5/8/2009...

  • Page 74: Appendix B: Mg-sip Session Initiated Protocol (sip) Message Support

    3xx responses give information about the user’s new location, or alternative services that might be able to satisfy the call(further action needs to be taken in order to complete the request). Note that the MG-SIP does not support sending of the 3xx messages. It will properly acknowledge receiving 3xx messages from the SIP server.

  • Page 75: B-5 Server Failure 5xx

    407 Proxy Authentication Required (MG-SIP Support = Yes) 408 Request Timeout (MG-SIP Support = Yes) 410 Gone (MG-SIP Support = Yes) 413 Request Entity Too Large (MG-SIP Support = No) 414 Request-URI Too Long (MG-SIP Support = No) 415 Unsupported Media Type (MG-SIP Support = Yes)

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    ACSC, ACIC1, etc.). You can refer to Appendix A for the information that was used during the tests. This only includes the commands that were uniquely programmed for this configuration. AMGIL MG-ID: 00-60-B9-46-4B-AE (MG-SIP Line 0 MAC Address) KIND = SIP-MG LINE = 0...

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    AD: Out of Service XFR: In Service C-2.3 MG-SIP Programming Note that the assignments shown are those set for the majority of the test cases ran during the inter-operability testing. Some parameters were changed for specific tests. For example, Privacy test cases would have had the "set privacy_pattern"...

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    set rtp_qos : RTP QOS : 0xa0 PRECEDENCE DELAY THROUGHPUT RELIABILITY COST -------------------------------------------- set sip_qos : SIP QOS : 0xa0 PRECEDENCE DELAY THROUGHPUT RELIABILITY COST -------------------------------------------- set domain : Domain name -------------------------------------------- set dnsaddress : DNS IP Address : 200.200.20.70 -------------------------------------------- set hc_alarm : H/C Alarm type...

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    Refresher : UAC Invite Refresher : enable Forced : disable -------------------------------------------- set prack : 100rel : enable Stop cyclical-send of 18x : disable -------------------------------------------- set cdn_pattern : Called-number pattern : Request:userinfo -------------------------------------------- set sip_port_no : SIP port number : 5060 -------------------------------------------- set 184ToPrivacy : 184->Privacy function...

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    -------------------------------------------- set check_number : Number check function : disable Route Config Data Ether[1] Route type : Static | Gateway Address | Destination network/Prefix -----+------------------+--------------------------- | 100.200. 50. | 100.200. Ether[2] Route type : Static | Gateway Address | Destination network/Prefix -----+------------------+--------------------------- | 240.240.159.

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