Routing Public Emergency Calls Based on Cell of Origin

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Is it possible to route emergency calls based on the Cell of origin? In a private network, there is one subscriber who wants all emergency calls originating in one specific area to be routed to a special emergency desk. All other emergency calls within the network would be routed to a different desk.

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  • Amawhinn
    Are you talking about 911 (999)? You may want to check into local and state laws. In many places it is illegal to reroute emergency calls away from dispach centers. At best it is a liability situation if someone after hours needs help and can't get an answer.
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  • Amawhinn
    In this particular case it's perfectly legal. It's for the railway network which routes Emergency calls to the Signaller. What I need to do is to route these calls to one particular signaller when the train is in one particular area.
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