1.What is MSRN? In which type of call it is been used?The Mobile Station Roaming Number is anE.164 defined telephone number
used to route telephone calls in a mobile network from a GMSC(Gateway Mobile
Switching Centre) to the targetMSC.The Mobile Station Roaming Number is anE.164 defined telephone number used to
route telephone calls in a mobile network from a GMSC (Gateway Mobile SwitchingCentre) to the target MSC (see Network Switching Subsystem). It can also be definedas a directory number temporarily assigned to a mobile for a mobile terminated call.A MSRN is assigned for every mobile terminated call, not only the calls where theterminating MS lives on a different MSC than the originating MS.2.What are the functionalities in the MSC/MSC-S node? Explain the clearly the callsetup procedure for a call between:a) Tigo to Tigo. b) Tigo to any other local operator.3.What are triplets?4.What are the functionalities available in HLR? Giving the command HGSDP(seeALEX) briefly explain the function of each:a)
PERMANENT SUBSCRIBER DATA
SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICE DATA
PACKET DATA PROTOCOL CONTEXT DATA
5.Which board enables the C7ST2C (Signaling Terminals)? Issuing the commandC7STP(see ALEX) briefly state the meaning and functions of ST, ITYPE, RP,EM, LS, SPID, SLC, NP6.What are the boards that can be used both in MSC and BSCs?7.What is the capacity of STM-1 in terms of E1s? What does the term 2Mb/smeans? Prepare one full DT to add 20 E1s from DAMSC02 route towardsInternational link via Zantel (Use CIC and E1 numbers as a continuation from theexisting ones.)8.What is the maximum possible number of signaling links in C7?9.What is the functionality of OMS? Referring our current Tigo setup, where do wehave OMS nodes and for what purpose are they being used?