How it works

The home network dialing configuration is composed of:

  • The home network’s domain name.

  • The country code dialing code, which is the home network’s code for dialing from external international networks.

  • The country’s ISO country code, which specifies the home network’s country in the two letter ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 format.

  • The home PLMN (Public Land Mobile Network) IDs, which defines the operator’s home network codes in a country.

Using the home network dialing configuration, the Rhino VoLTE TAS runs number analysis to support:

  • designating multiple home PLMN IDs in the home network

  • normalization of international, national, unknown, or subscriber NADI format addresses into either national or international formats

  • determining a call’s roaming status.

Number normalization requires additional configuration to operate. More details on this configuration is in Number normalization.

Roaming determination has additional configurability available. More details of this configuration is in Roaming and international status determination.


What you need

  • ❏ The home network’s home domain.

  • ❏ The home network’s country dialing code.

  • ❏ The home network’s two letter ISO country code.

  • ❏ The home network’s PLMN ID(s).

Setting up home network dialing

I want to …​

Set my home network domain name

In the home-network section, set home-domain to your home network’s home domain:

Set my country dialing code for my network

In the home-network section, set home-network-country-dialing-code to your home network’s country dialing code:

    home-network-country-dialing-code: "64"
Set the ISO country code for my network

In the home-network section, set home-network-iso-country-code to your home network’s ISO country code:

    home-network-iso-country-code: NZ
Set the PLMN IDs for my network
      - mcc: "001"
          - "01"
          - "001"
        mcc: "001"
        mnc: "01"
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Rhino VoLTE TAS Version 4.1