[VoiceOps] Fast LNP Porting
calvin.ellison at voxox.com
Mon Jun 15 15:52:43 EDT 2015
I misspoke regarding the AOCN; that's a function of BIRRDS/LERG for the
routing of LRN/codes/thousand blocks to tandems/switches, but is not used
for individual numbers. Serves me right for handling email before coffee :)
You need someone with SOA access to NPAC, which should be any CLEC or LEC.
You'll first need to make sure the business you're dealing with actually
operates in the LATA of the number to be ported, otherwise they will be
doing LNP through some larger upstream carrier; e.g. Brand X CLEC with
connectivity in some LATA might use Level 3 or Bandwidth.com to service
markets outside of their own tandem interconnects. In this case you're at
the mercy of the smaller guy's turnaround plus the upstream carrier's LNP
Expect there to be some charge for LNP, since carriers do have to pay for
their own use of NPAC at some point, plus the human labor involved in
processing LSR, concurrence, provisioning, etc. You might get a cost break
if porting many numbers at once, maybe 50 or more.
Even when carriers have arranged for concurrence in real time (e.g. porting
between major wireless carrier), callers are still at the mercy of their
own carrier and intermediate carriers updating the LRN information, which
might not happen until that night or next business day.
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On Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 10:19 AM, Colton Conor <colton.conor at gmail.com>
> How do you find out who has direct access, and who goes through an AOCN?
> Is there some official list out there?
> On Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 11:33 AM, Calvin Ellison <calvin.ellison at voxox.com
> > wrote:
>> Porting requires concurrence from the losing carrier to complete, which
>> ultimately happens as an LRN update in the NPAC. Companies with direct
>> access to NPAC can do this the quickest, otherwise they contract with an
>> AOCN to handle the NPAC or use a bigger carrier, which can add delays.
>> So long as you have the correct LSR information when submitting the port,
>> concurrence should happen within a day. Ultimately the losing and gaining
>> carriers both contribute to the turnaround time.
>> Check out our wholesale services. We can do porting for voice, toll free
>> and SMS.
>> On Jun 15, 2015 9:13 AM, "Colton Conor" <colton.conor at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Is there some way to port numbers extremely fast away from major
>>> landline providers like Verizon, AT&T, Comcast, etc? I met someone long ago
>>> that said they were able to port a number from anywhere in like one
>>> business day. If I remember right they mentioned something about being a
>>> cellular CLEC or something similar. I know porting in the cellular world is
>>> a same day kind of thing, but why not on the landline side?
>>> Is there some wholesaler out there that doesn't charge and arm and leg
>>> to port numbers?
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