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MAP-Constants DEFINITIONS ::=

BEGIN

EXPORTS
	maxSignalInfoLength,
	maxNumberOfTeleServices,
	maxNumberOfBearerServices,
	maxNumberOfSupplServices,

	maxNumberOfCUG,
	maxNumberOfBasicServices,
	maxNumberOfForwardingFeatures,
	maxNumberOfCallBarringFeatures,
	maxNumberOfHlrId,
	maxPacketDataVolume,
	maxNumberOfChargingUnit,
	maxCallDuration,
	maxAddressLength,
	maxNumberOfSentParameters;

-- value assignment

maxSignalInfoLength INTEGER  ::= 200
-- this NamedValue represent the theoretical maximum number
-- of octets which available to carry a single data type, without
-- requiring segmentation to cope with the network layer service.
-- may be lower, especially when other information elements have
-- to be included in the same component


-- value assignment continuation

maxNumberOfTeleServices 		INTEGER ::=  20
maxNumberOfBearerServices 		INTEGER ::=  50
maxNumberOfSupplServices 		INTEGER ::=  30
maxNumberOfCUG			INTEGER ::=  10
maxNumberOfBasicServices 		INTEGER ::=  70
maxNumberOfForwardingFeatures		INTEGER ::=  13
maxNumberOfCallBarringFeatures 		INTEGER ::=  13
maxNumberOfHlrId				INTEGER ::= 50
maxPacketDataVolume 		INTEGER ::= 100
maxNumberOfChargingUnit 		INTEGER ::= 16777215
maxCallDuration 			INTEGER ::= 16777215
maxAddressLength 			INTEGER ::=  20

maxNumberOfSentParameters 		INTEGER ::=  10
-- this named value should correspond to the maximum of
-- set which may be returned by a HLR plus 1.
END