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Commands. START: At any time, you can text START to the long code +00-0000000000 to obtain additional information. STOP: At any time, you can text STOP to the long code +00-0000000000. This will prevent you from receiving any future Head Digital Works Private Limited SMS Alerts, following the confirmation message(s) described above in the "What if I don't want to receive any more service messages?" section. How are the messages sent? We may use auto dialer or non-auto dialer technology to send the text messages described above to the mobile phone number you supply when you opt in. Alerts sent via SMS may not be delivered if the mobile phone is not in range of a transmission site, or if sufficient network capacity is not available at a particular time. Even within a coverage area, factors beyond the control of the wireless carrier may interfere with message delivery, including the customer's equipment, terrain, and proximity to buildings, foliage, and weather. The wireless carrier does not guarantee that alerts will be delivered and will not be liable for delayed or undelivered messages. Privacy Notice You can review our privacy notice by clicking here.
Commands. 3.1 The Customer is required to quote anyone or more of the login credentials and any other identifiers as shall be prescribed by the Bank from time to time in order to log-on to the Service and give Commands to the Bank Online. Commands in connection with the Service shall not be considered to be received by the Bank unless they are given in such manner as the Bank may prescribe from time to time and until the Bank has actually received them. The Bank will only accept a Command if it has been effected through the Service using an appropriate login credentials and any other identifiers in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.
Commands. There shall be two types of commands: database commands and control commands.
Commands. START: At any time, you can text START to the long code +00-0000000000 to obtain additional information.
Commands. Each command is assigned a command code, which is used for both Requests and Answers. Command-Name Abbr. Code AA−Answer AAA 265 AA−Request AAR 265 Abort−Session−Answer ASA 274 Abort−Session−Request ASR 274 Accounting−Answer ACA 271 Accounting−Request ACR 271 Bootstrapping−Info−Answer BIA 310 Bootstrapping−Info−Request BIR 310 Capabilities−Exchange−Answer CEA 257 Capabilities−Exchange−Request CER 257 Credit−Control−Answer CCA 272 Credit−Control−Request CCR 272 Device−Watchdog−Answer DWA 280 Device−Watchdog−Request DWR 280 Diameter−EAP−Answer DEA 268 Diameter−EAP−Request DER 268 Disconnect−Peer−Answer DPA 282 Disconnect−Peer−Request DPR 282 Location−Info−Answer LIA 302 Location−Info−Request LIR 302 Message−Process−Answer MPA 311 Message−Process−Request MPR 311 Multimedia−Auth−Answer MAA 303 Multimedia−Auth−Request MAR 303 Profile−Update−Answer PUA 307 Profile−Update−Request PUR 307 Push−Notification−Answer PNA 309 Push−Notification−Request PNR 309 Push−Profile−Answer PPA 305 Push−Profile−Request PPR 305 Re−Auth−Answer RAA 258 Re−Auth−Request RAR 258 Registration−Termination−Answer RTA 304 Registration−Termination−Request RTR 304 Server−Assignment−Answer SAA 301 Server−Assignment−Request SAR 301 Session−Termination−Answer STA 275 Session−Termination−Request STR 275 Subscribe−Notifications−Answer SNA 308 Subscribe−Notifications−Request SNR 308 User−Authorization−Answer UAA 300 User−Authorization−Request UAR 300 User−Data−Answer UDA 306 User−Data−Request Message flows UDR 306 The communication between two diameter peers starts the establishment of a transport connection (TCP or SCTP). The initiator then sends a Capabilities-Exchange-Request (CER) to the other peer, which responds with a Capabilities-Exchange-Answer (CEA). After that, TLS may optionally be negotiated. The connection is then ready for exchanging application messages. If no messages have been exchanged for some time either side may send a Device-Watchdog- Request (DWR) and the other peer must respond with Device-Watchdog-Answer. Either side may terminate the communication by sending a Disconnect-Peer-Request (DPR) which the other peer must respond to with Disconnect-Peer-Answer. After that the transport connection can be disconnected. Node B Node B is a term used in UMTS equivalent to the BTS (base transceiver station) description used in GSM. It is the hardware that is connected to the mobile phone network that communicates directly with mobile handsets. In contrast with GSM base stations, Node B...
Commands. The DB-0 Interface between I-CSC and HSS shall implement the following commands;- User-Authentication-Request/Answer (UAR/UAA) command pair as defined in 3GPP TS 29.228 [1] section 6.1.1. • Location-Info-Request/Answer (LIR/LIA) command pair as defined in 3GPP TS 29.228 [1] section 6.1.4. 4.3 DB-0 Interface between S-CSC and SLS
Commands. STOP: At any time, you can text STOP to the long code 919840630013. This will prevent you from receiving any future Head Digital Works Private Limited SMS Alerts, following the confirmation message(s) described above in the “What if I don't want to receive any more service messages?” section.
Commands. The DB-0 Interface between S-CSC and HSS SHALL implement the following commands;- • Server-Assignment-Request/Answer (SAR/SAA) command pair as defined in 3GPP TS 29.228 [1] section 6.1.2. • Registration-Termination-Request/Answer (RTR/RTA) command pair as defined in 3GPP TS 29.228 [1] section 6.1.3. • Push-Profile-Request/Answer (PPR/PPA) command pair as defined in 3GPP TS 29.228 [1] section 6.2.2. • Multimedia-Auth-Request/Answer (MAR/MAA) command pair as defined in 3GPP TS 29.228 [1] section 6.3.
Commands. The DB-0 Interface between S-CSC and HSS and between S-CSC and SLS SHALL implement the following commands;- • Server-Assignment-Request (SAR) command as defined in 3GPP TS 29.228 [1] section 6.1.2. • Multimedia-Auth-Request (MAR) command as defined in 3GPP TS 29.228 [1] section 6.3. NOTE: Only Request messages are sent to the SLS. The SLS only inserts the HSS address information in the Diameter message header, to allow the S-CSC to route the request to the correct HSS for the subscriber whom the request relates to.
Commands. The DB-0 Interface between I-CSC and HSS shall implement the following commands;- • User-Authentication-Request (UAR) command as defined in 3GPP TS 29.228 [1] section 6.1.1. • Location-Info-Request (LIR) command as defined in 3GPP TS 29.228 [1] section 6.1.4.