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Call setup data (also spelled call set-up data)

[i]ncludes all of the setup and call release information received and interpreted by the surveillance switch as a regular part of processing the call as defined in applicable standards and specifications for the services being provided. For example, this includes the initial digits dialed to access an Interexchange Carrier (IC) but may not include those dialed via Dual Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) after connection with the IC.[1]

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