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RDNIS is Redirected Dialed Number Information Service. RDNIS contains Type of Number (TON), Presentation, and Redirecting Number (RGN), and Reason (busy, no answer, etc.). When redirecting calls, the Originally Called Number (OCN) contains, as its name suggests, the number that was originally called. The RGN identifies the telephone number redirecting a call. For example, if one forwards a call on busy from home to another number, RGN contains the home number. This is useful if, for example, one is running a voice mail system and wants one incoming number to which everyone can forward calls. The RGN can then be…

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