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VELIZY
Mobile Access Division

Originators
B. CANOVAS
OMC-R export interface for PM data
Release B12

System : ALCATEL GSM BSS
Sub-system : SYS/SYS-TLA/SYS-OAM
Document Category : PRODUCT DEFINITION
ABSTRACT
This document is the specification of the interface for PM post processing application.

Approvals

Name
App.


X. Lambert
DPM OSY

Roberto Albu
DPM OMC


REVIEW
Ed. 01 Proposal 01 31/03/11 By mails

HISTORY
Ed. 01 Proposal 01 25/02/11 Creation from B11 document Ed 05 Released 3BK 11204 0383
DSZZA.
B12 modifications take into account:
- AUPoIP: SFD A User Plane over IP ref. 3BK 10204 0163
DTZZA
- VAMOS: SFD VAMOS ref. 3BK 10204 0678 DTZZA

Ed. 01 Proposal 02 05/04/11 - CRQ 307457: In BSC section of BSSconf, add the number of
cells in VAMOS mode.
- VERSION field set at 12<x> for B12.<x> version.
- Examples of B11 OBSYNT files for BSC and MFS.
- In OBSYNT, highlight Header Configuration and Suspected
Flags parts.
Ed. 01 Released 30/05/11 - In 3.2.1: NB_CELL_VAMOS name missing in header.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 SCOPE............................................................................................................................................................6
2 GENERAL OMC-R ACCESS FOR PM EXTERNAL INTERFACE..........................................................................8
3 BSS CONFIGURATION DATA INTERFACE ......................................................................................................9
3.1 Files storage..........................................................................................................................................9
3.1.1 BSSConf files storage...................................................................................................................9
3.1.2 BSSConf ZIP files storage.............................................................................................................9
3.2 Data description..................................................................................................................................10
3.2.1 BSC Section................................................................................................................................12
3.2.2 Cell Section................................................................................................................................13
3.2.3 BTS Section................................................................................................................................15
3.2.4 TRX Section................................................................................................................................16
3.2.5 TS Section (TRXTS) ....................................................................................................................16
3.2.6 N7 Signalling Link Section (N7SL) useless section .................................................................17
3.2.7 N7 Link Set Section (N7LS) useless section ...........................................................................17
3.2.8 N7 Signalling Link Code (N7) .....................................................................................................17
3.2.9 MSC Section ...............................................................................................................................19
3.2.10 Adjacency ..................................................................................................................................19
3.2.11 A Interface Channel (AIC)..........................................................................................................20
3.2.12 X25.............................................................................................................................................21
3.2.13 LAPD Section (LAPDA)................................................................................................................21
3.2.14 ABIS topology sections...............................................................................................................21
3.2.15 TC Section..................................................................................................................................24
3.2.16 GSL Section................................................................................................................................24
3.2.17 MFS Section................................................................................................................................24
3.2.18 RNC Section ...............................................................................................................................25
4 BSS PM COUNTERS BINARY INTERFACE .....................................................................................................26
4.1 Files storage........................................................................................................................................26
4.2 Data description..................................................................................................................................26
4.2.1 BSS PM counter files: Description..............................................................................................26
4.2.2 Binary PM file format ................................................................................................................27
4.3 PM semantic........................................................................................................................................27
5 MFS COUNTERS INTERFACE........................................................................................................................28
5.1 Files storage........................................................................................................................................28
5.2 Data format .........................................................................................................................................28
5.3 Information semantic .........................................................................................................................28
6 PM COUNTERS ASCII INTERFACE................................................................................................................29
6.1 Obsynt interface.................................................................................................................................29
6.1.1 Configuration.............................................................................................................................29
6.1.2 Files storage ..............................................................................................................................29
6.1.3 Counter processing....................................................................................................................31
6.1.4 Input file....................................................................................................................................32
6.1.5 Format of the result files (GSM or GPRS)..................................................................................32
7 TRACE AND OBSERVATION INTERFACE......................................................................................................50
7.1 Retrieve data ......................................................................................................................................50
7.2 File format and semantic...................................................................................................................50


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INTERNAL REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
[1]

3BK 11204 0564 DSZZA (B12)
3BK 11204 0452 DSZZA (B11)
OMC/MFS PM file interface specification
[2] 3BK 10263 0006 DCZZA System Specification O&M Documentation Plan B12
[3] 3BK 11204 0602 DSZZA FB Management of Trace Services
[4] 3BK 11204 0591 DSZZA NPO GSM part Services Description B12

REFERENCED DOCUMENTS

[5] FBS Logical configuration management 3BK 11204 0577 DSZZA

RELATED DOCUMENTS

[A] 3BK 11204 0556 DSZZA (BSS B12)
3BK 11204 0446 DSZZA (BSS B11)
OMC/BSC PM FILE FORMAT
[B] 3BK 11203 0251 DSZZA (BSS B12)
3BK 11203 0173 DSZZA (BSS B11)
BSC COUNTERS CATALOGUE
[C] 3BK 11202 0252 DSZZA (MFS B12)
3BK 11203 0174 DSZZA (MFS B11)
MFS COUNTERS CATALOGUE
[D] 3BK 11204 0552 DSZZA OMC-BSS MIB Specification B12
PREFACE
This document describes for release B12 the external interface for PM data, from a B12 OMC-R.

The PM data come from a BSC/MFS B12 or a BSC/MFS B11.
OPEN POINTS / RESTRICTIONS
OP1 = What is the version field value of BSSconf in B12 according B12 index i.e. B12.1, B12.2 ?
-> Closed: 12<x> for B12.<x> version e.g. 121 for B12.1 version.


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1 SCOPE


B12 PM Export
Interface
OMC_R / B12
Server
NPO B12
Client with Laser
application inside
BSC/MFS
B11

BSC/MFS
B12
OMC_R/B11
Server
B11 PM Export
Interface



This document intends to describe the external interface for PM data, from a B12 OMC-R and from a
BSC/MFS B12 or B11. From a B12 OMC_R, the PM data come from B12 and B11 BSS.
File format of equipment B12 and B11 may not be the same: when counters document or interfaces are
referenced, please take care of the release of the BSS or MFS.
Rk: the external interface for PM data from a B11 OMC-R is described in the B11 OMC-R export interface
document.
The PM post processing applications such as NPO need to have access to the OMC-R data.
These data are:
the BSS configuration data, which describe all the objects available in the network,
the BSS PM counters, which are the results of the monitoring of the network activity,
the MFS PM counters, which monitor GPRS network element activity,
the IMSI trace and observations.
NB: BSS PM counters and MFS PM counters are provided in two versions: binary format from the BSC/MFS
and ASCII post processing by the OMC-R

For each interface this document describes:
how the data is extracted from the OMC-R
the data format
the meaning of information.



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By these interfaces, the OMC-R acts as a server and external applications as clients. The interface is not
dedicated to one client. NPO application is among the clients of the OMC_R.
The BSS configuration data are made available on request and the current BSS PM counters files are
available at any time for a fixed period.


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2 GENERAL OMC-R ACCESS FOR PM EXTERNAL INTERFACE
The external application will access to the OMC-R with ftp. The pmuser is a ftp user dedicated to this
usage. The interface is based on stored files.
Each external application transfers the files to its own computer. External applications have only read access
to exported files and to the directories hosting these files.
After a fixed period of time (typical 5 days), the OMC-R delete old files. The files are created in one step.
An external application has no need to check if the file is growing during file transfer.
The Unix last modification time of files is related to file data modification. So this time is NOT related to the
time when the file is put in the external interface directory.
The external application should not use this modification time to detect new files.


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3 BSS CONFIGURATION DATA INTERFACE
A file containing the BSS configuration data is generated every 30 minutes by AXADMIN crontab job:
GetBSSconf . It is up to the external application to retrieve it. The external application has only read access
on the BSS configuration file.
3.1 Files storage
3.1.1 BSSConf files storage
The BSSConf files are stored in /alcatel/var/share/AFTR/ACME on OMC machine.
It is not advised to store the BSSConf files during more than 5 days.
The files are automatically purged after storage duration period through an AXADMIN crontab job: MF-
cleanup:
40 3 * * * /usr/local/bin/sudo /alcatel/omc3/osm/script/MF-cleanup -t
PM,OBS,IMSI,GPRS,ACME,OBSYNT,NPO_INPUT,ALERTERS_INPUT -s 4
Files are read using ftp.
3.1.2 BSSConf ZIP files storage
In order to optimise the data transfer times for the customer, the output files are compressed in a zip file and
put in a specific directory to be retrieved once a day and at the end of the day.
The directory name is: /alcatel/var/share/AFTR/ACME/ZIP
In this directory, the zip file containing all BSSConf files of one day is created:
Naming rule of the zip file:
- BSSConf.<OMC-R Name>.<date>.zip
where: date= yyyymmdd (previous day date)
Example: BSSConf.omcr07.20060613.zip
The zip file is automatically created once a day through an AXADMIN crontab job: createZipFiles.pl
The job is launched after the last BSSConf file of the day is available (03:20 by default). The hour of
launching can be modified.
Axadmin Crontab:
20 3 * * * /alcatel/omc3/osm/script/createZipFiles.pl
The zip files are stored and available for one week (7 days). The zip files are automatically purged after
storage duration period through an AXADMIN crontab job: MF-cleanup:


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25 3 * * * /usr/local/bin/sudo /alcatel/omc3/osm/script/MF-cleanup t ACME_ZIP,OBSYNT_ZIP -s 7
The zip files are read using ftp.

3.2 Data description
The file is coming from the B12 OMC_R and can be related to a B12 or B11 BSC. In case some data are not
available for a release, the related fields are empty. The new data in B12 are highlighted only in B12.
The file generated by the GetBSSConf script, is an ASCII text file, which contains a version identification and
all here-below described information, with, for each set of them, a title.
The lines starting by a # character shall be considered as column title except for the first line of the file
which is a comment line.
The , character is used as separator character in the file and no blank character must be inserted between
, character and the parameter values.
In the case some data are not available for a BSC generation (e.g. G2 or Mx), the related fields are empty
except if another behaviour is explicitly required.
In case of empty field, because the data is not available for the related BSC, the syntax is ,,.
In this case the related release of the BSC is indicated in comment. When nothing is indicated in comment
the field is then available for B12 as for B11.
The ; character is used as end of line character in the sections.
The name of the file is: BSSConf, the name of the OMC-R, the date and time (YYYYMMDDHHMMSS) of
generation, each part being separated by a dot (.) character.
The file is made up of two parts:
A header containing the version and the OMC-R name identifier.
In this part, the <carriage return> is used to end each line.

VERSION Keyword
<version_value> Value of the OMC version, 3 digits :
2 digits for the release and 1 digit for the version (whatever
the Ed, if any).
Example:
12<x> for B12.<x> version e.g. 121 for B12.1 version
OMC_NAME Keyword
<OMC_name> OMC-R name
DELTA_TIME Keyword
<delta_time_value> Value of the timezone (omc_local_time - GMT_time) in


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minutes, 3 digits. A negative value is preceded with a minus
sign.
CHECKSUM Keyword
<checksum_value> Value of the checksum of the BSSConf body (all the
sections present in the message)

OP1 = What is the version field value of BSSconf in B12 according B12 index i.e. B12.1, B12.2 ?
-> Closed: 12<x> for B12.<x> version e.g. 121 for B12.1 version.

A body containing the following sections:
BSC
Cell
BTS
TRX
TRXTS (TS object)
N7SL (Signalling Link object)
N7LS (Link Set object)
N7 (Signalling Link Code)
MSC
ADJACENCY
AIC (A Channel object)
X25
LAPDA (LAPD object)
The Abis topology sections
ABIS section
ABIS_BTS section
TC
IP GSL
MFS
RNC


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Example : BSSConf.bourg.19970818091200
# BSS configuration file generated 19970818091200
VERSION
600
OMC_NAME
Bourg
DELTA_TIME
001
CHECKSUM
23
START BSC_SECTION
# BSC_NUM, BSC_NAME, BSC_MCC,BSC_MNC,MIB_VERSION, [...];
1,Bourg1,F82,243, 82, [...];
END BSC_SECTIONSTART CELL_SECTION [...]
3.2.1 BSC Section

START BSC_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, BSC_NAME, BSC_ MCC, BSC_MNC, MIB_VERSION,
BSC_TYPE, BSC_NB_DTC, BSC_NB_ACH ,
BSC_NB_N7,NB_CELL_GPRS , NB_CELL, NB_TRX, EN_IP,
NB_CELL_IP, NB_CELL_VAMOS, NB_BTS_IP_BSC, NB_AbisGroup,
NB_AbisGroup_IPoE1,NB_GSL;
see under
END BSC_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM, BSC_NAME : BSC number and name
BSC_MCC, BSC_MNC : PLMN identification
MIB_VERSION : Version number of the MIB
BSC_TYPE : Type of BSC (or also called generation (1= G1, 2 = G2, 3 = MX)
BSC_NB_DTC : number of DTC
BSC_NB_ACH : number of ACH
BSC_NB_N7 : number of N7
NB_CELL_GPRS : Number of GPRS cell
NB_CELL : Number of cells in the BSC (GSM or GPRS)
NB_TRX : Number of TRX mapped on a TRE in the BSC
EN_IP : Enable IP (TDM mode, value=false, IP mode, value=true). If
the field is empty then transmission mode is "TDM mode".
NB_CELL_IP : number of cells in IP mode,
NB_CELL_VAMOS : number of cells in VAMOS mode (thus also in IP mode),


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NB_BTS_IP_BSC : number of BTS in IP mode,
NB_AbisGroup : number of AbisGroup,
NB_AbisGroup_IPoE1 : number of AbisGroup in IP over E1 mode
NB_GSL : number of GSL in IP or TDM mode

This line is repeated for each BSC.
Remark on BSC_MNC: the MNC value can be composed of either 3 digits or 2 digits. In this last case, the
BSC_MNC is left-padded with an F character in order to always get 3 digits.

3.2.2 Cell Section

START CELL_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, BTS_INDEX, BTS_SECTOR, CELL_LAC, CELL_CI,
CELL_NAME, CELL_NB_TCH, CELL_NB_SDCCH , BCCH_COMB,
CCCH_CONF, BS_AGBLK_RES, TRX_NB,
BTS_NAME,SEC_BTS_INDEX,SEC_BTS_SECTOR, CELL_NB_DYN,
CELL_NB_EXTRA_ABIS_TS, CELL_NB_MPDCH,
EME_PWR_MAX_GSM, EME_PWR_MAX_DCS,
MAX_POWER_PER_SECTOR_GSM,
MAX_POWER_PER_SECTOR_DCS, BCCH_BAND,
BS_TX_PWR_MAX, BS_TX_PWR_MAX_INNER,
BS_TXPWR_ATTENUATION, BS_TXPWR_ATTENUATION_INNER;
see under

END CELL_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
BTS_INDEX : BTS Site Manager (index in the BSC)
BTS_SECTOR : Sector number in the BTS
CELL_LAC, CELL_CI : LAC and CI of the cell
CELL_NAME : Cell name
CELL_NB_TCH : number of TCH
CELL_NB_SDCCH : number of SDCCH
BCCH_COMB : BCCH_COMBined flag (no more used by O&M tools because not
take into account the 2nd CCCH TS)
CCCH_CONF : Configuration of the CCCH, broadcast on the PBCCCH for CS
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BS_AGBLK_RES : BS_AGBLK_RES value
TRX_NB : Number of the TRX mapped on a TRE in the cell
BTS_NAME : OMC BTS site name.
SEC_BTS_INDEX : BTS index for the secondary part of the cell (NULL if cell not
shared)
SEC_BTS_SECTOR : BTS sector of the secondary part of the cell (NULL if cell not
shared)
CELL_NB_DYN : Number of dynamic timeslot for SDCCH
CELL_NB_EXTRA_ABIS_TS : Number of configured extra Abis timeslot
CELL_NB_MPDCH : Number of MPDCH timeslots
EME_PWR_MAX_GSM : EME power threshold for GSM frequency band (GSM850 or
PGSM or E-GSM ) in tenth of Watt
EME_PWR_MAX_DCS : EME power threshold for DCS frequency band (DCS1800or
DCS1900) in tenth of Watt
MAX_POWER_PER_SECTOR_GSM : GMSK output power for the GSM frequency band
(GSM850 or PGSM or E-GSM ) at the BTS antenna output
connector in dBm with a precision of 0.1 (eg 42.1)which the
concerned RA (sector) can provide.
MAX_POWER_PER_SECTOR_DCS : GMSK output power for the DCS frequency band
(DCS1800 or DCS1900) at the BTS antenna output
connector in dBm with a precision of 0.1 which the
concerned RA (sector) can provide.
BCCH_BAND : Indicates the frequency band used as BCCH.
BS_TX_PWR_MAX : Power reduction in step of 2 dB required by the OMC_R
relative to the attenuated GMSK output power of the sector.
BS_TX_PWR_MAX_INNER : Power reduction in step of 2 dB required by the OMC_R
relative to the attenuated GMSK output power of the TRX of
the inner zone in a concentric or multi-band cell.
BS_TXPWR_ATTENUATION : Power reduction expressed in dB (with a precision of 0.1
eg 42.1), applied on the sector, on the outer TRE (eg 2.3)
BS_TXPWR_ATTENUATION_INNER : Power reduction expressed in dB (with a precision of 0.1
eg 42.1), applied on the sector, on the inner TRE


This line is repeated for each cell.
Note for BCCH_BAND:
The frequency band of the TRX is encoded as follows:
00: The frequencies defined on the TRX are in the P-GSM band


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01: The frequencies defined on the TRX are in the DCS1800 band
02: The frequencies defined on the TRX are in the E-GSM band
03: The frequencies defined on the TRX are in the DCS1900 band
04: Not used
05: Not used
06: The frequencies defined on the TRX are in the GSM850 band
Note for BCCH_COMB flag:
1: the BCCH channel is configured as combined (i.e. CBC or CBH)
0: the BCCH channel is not configured as combined (i.e. BCC).
Note for CCCH_CONF:
0: one CCCH not combined,
1: one CCCH combined
2: two CCCH not combined

3.2.3 BTS Section
START BTS_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, BTS_INDEX, BTS_NAME, BTS_HW_GENERATION,
BTS_FAMILY, ANTENNA_DIVERSITY, QMUX_ADDRESS,
MUX_RULE, COMMERCIAL_USE;
see under

END BTS_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
BTS_INDEX : BTS Site Manager (index in the BSC)
BTS_Name : BTS name
BTS_ HW_GENERATION* : BTS hardware generation
BTS_FAMILY* : Hardware family of a BTS
ANTENNA_DIVERSITY : Antenna diversity mode (NULL = unknown, False= no, True= yes)
QMUX_ADDRESS : QMUX address
MUX_RULE* : Multiplexing rule for all LAPD link of the BTS (NULL if no address)

COMMERCIAL_USE : whether the BTS is in commercial use (value 1) or not (value 0). If the BTS is not
in commercial use, no cell is reported in the cell section.
* Notes:
- BTS_ HW_GENERATION: see BtsHwGenerationAndFamily in ACIE Interface for the values. Examples:
evolium, unknown
- BTS_Family: see BtsHwGenerationAndFamily in ACIE Interface for the values. Examples: NULL,
a9100.
- MUX_RULE: see MuxRule in ACIE Interface for the values.


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3.2.4 TRX Section
START TRX_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, BTS_INDEX, BTS_SECTOR,BBT_ID, TRX_NUMBER; see under
END TRX_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
BTS_INDEX : BTS Site Manager (index in the BSC)
BTS_SECTOR : Sector number in the BTS
BBT_ID : Baseband Transceiver identification
TRX_NUMBER : TRX rank in the cell

Notes:
- In case of cell shared, the BTS_INDEX and BTS_SECTOR refer to the primary BTS
- If the TRX is not mapped on a TRE, the section related to this TRX is not filled in.

- If the BTS is not in commercial use, no trx related to the BTS is reported in the trx section.
3.2.5 TS Section (TRXTS)

START TRXTS_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, BTS_INDEX, BTS_SECTOR, TRX_NUMBER,
TRXTS_NUMBER;
see under
END TRXTS_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
BTS_INDEX : BTS Site Manager (index in the BSC)
BTS_SECTOR : Sector number in the BTS
TRX_NUMBER : TRX rank in the cell
TRXTS_NUMBER : TS Id in the TRX (0 to 7)



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Notes:
- In case of cell shared, the BTS_INDEX and BTS_SECTOR refer to the primary BTS
- If the TRX is not mapped on a TRE, the sections related to the TS of this TRX are not filled in.
- If the BTS is not in commercial use, no ts related to the BTS is reported in the ts section.

3.2.6 N7 Signalling Link Section (N7SL) useless section
This section is reported when the signalling between BSC and MSC is in TDM

START N7SL_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, LINK_ID; see under
END N7SL_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
LINK_ID : Identification of the N7 Signalling link . In case of LSL: CIC on the A Intf. In case
of HSL: N7_SLC value ( Signalling Link Code of the N7)

3.2.7 N7 Link Set Section (N7LS) useless section
This section is reported when the signalling between BSC and MSC is in TDM

START N7LS_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, LINK_SET_ID; see under
END N7LS_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
LINK_SET_ID : Identification of the N7 link set (always 1)
3.2.8 N7 Signalling Link Code (N7)
This section is reported when the signalling between BSC and MSC is in TDM

START N7_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, N7_SLC,N7_NAME, N7_RATE, TS_NUM,
ATER_NUM,LINK_ID;
see under


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END N7_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
N7_SLC : Signalling Link Code of the N7
N7_NAME : Name of the N7: N7n where n is the SBL number
N7_RATE : N7 rate ( LSL, value=0,HSL, value=1)
TS_NUM : TS_number (value from 0 to 31)
ATER_NUM : Atrunk/Atermux number
LINK_ID : Identification of the N7 Signalling link : CIC/N7_SLC number.


Notes:
N7_Signalling Link Code:
o LSL case (IP or not): value within the 115 range or 015 range
o HSL case(IP or not ):value within the 12 range or 01 range
n from N7n in N7 name
o G2 BSC case: n is the Atrunk carrying the N7.
o MX BSC, 2 cases:
LSL case (IP or not) : n is the N7_SBL number value within the 116 range
HSL case (IP or not) : n is the N7_SBL number value within the 12 range
TS_number_:
o LSL case (IP or not), it is the timeslot number on A-Trunk carrying the N7 which is always
16.
o HSL case (IP or not):, this field is not significant.
Atrunk number and Atermux number:
o LSL case (IP or not) or HSL IP, it is the A-trunk (E1 link) number carrying the N7
o HSL TDM case, it is the Atermux number carrying the N7
Identification of the N7 Signalling link:


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on 11 bits and the TS on 5 bits which is always 16. The Atrunk number is the value of the
Atrunk as set on MSC side for CIC - cf. CIC use in [A].
o HSL case (IP or not): N7_SLC value (Signalling Link Code of the N7) Refer above.

3.2.9 MSC Section
This section is reported when the signalling between BSC and MSC is in IP

START MSC_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM,MSC_NAME, MSC_SBL; see under
END MSC_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
MSC_NAME : MSC name (discriminating MSC identification, checked at OMC level)
MSC_SBL : MSC SBL number (discriminating MSC identification, used at BSC level).

3.2.10 Adjacency
START ADJACENCY_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, BTS_INDEX, BTS_SECTOR, CELL_MCC_SOURCE,
CELL_MNC_SOURCE, CELL_LAC_SOURCE, CELL_CI_SOURCE,
CELL_MCC_TARGET, CELL_MNC_TARGET, CELL_LAC_TARGET,
CELL_CI_TARGET;


see under
This group of
parameter
names is
repeated 64
times
END ADJACENCY _SECTION keyword

64 is the maximum number of target adjacency cells for one source cell.


BSC_NUM : BSC number
BTS_INDEX : BTS Site Manager (index in the BSC)
BTS_SECTOR : Sector number in the BTS


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CELL_MCC_SOURCE, CELL_MNC_SOURCE : PLMN identification of the source cell
CELL_LAC_SOURCE, CELL_CI_SOURCE : LAC and CI of the source cell
CELL_MCC_TARGET, CELL_MNC_TARGET : PLMN identification of the target cell
CELL_LAC_TARGET, CELL_CI_TARGET : LAC and CI of the target cells

Example of an adjacency section :
The section has to be built for 3 source cells. One source cell has 1 adjacency cell (or target cell) another
source cell has 2 adjacency cells and the last one 3 adjacency cells.

The sub-lines CELL_MCC_TARGET, CELL_MNC_TARGET, CELL_LAC_TARGET,
CELL_CI_TARGET are repeated 64 times and after that, there is one line per cell giving all its adjacencies.

START ADJACENCY_SECTION
# BSC_NUM, BTS_INDEX, BTS_SECTOR,
CELL_MCC_SOURCE, CELL_MNC_SOURCE, CELL_LAC_SOURCE, CELL_CI_SOURCE,
CELL_MCC_TARGET, CELL_MNC_TARGET, CELL_LAC_TARGET, CELL_CI_TARGET,
CELL_MCC_TARGET, CELL_MNC_TARGET, CELL_LAC_TARGET, CELL_CI_TARGET,
CELL_MCC_TARGET, CELL_MNC_TARGET, CELL_LAC_TARGET, CELL_CI_TARGET;


1,1,1 ,100,100,202,261, 132,125, 1,1;
1,2,2 ,100,100,202,262, 132,125, 2,2, 32,125,3,3, 32,125,4,4 ;
1,3,3 ,100,100,202,263, 132,125, 4,4, 100,100,3,3;
END ADJACENCY_SECTION
Notes:
- If the BTS is not in commercial use, no adjacency related to the BTS is reported in the section.


3.2.11 A Interface Channel (AIC)

START AIC_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, LINK_ID; see under
END AIC_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
LINK_ID : Identification of the link on the A Interface Channel (CIC number on A Intf)



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3.2.12 X25

START X25_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, LINK_ID; see under
END X25_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
LINK_ID : Identification of the X25 link (ie CPR SBL number 1..4, 4 for G2 BSC, 1 for
MX BSC)


3.2.13 LAPD Section (LAPDA)

START LAPDA_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, BTS_INDEX, LAPD_TYPE, LAPD_NUMBER; see under
END LAPDA_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
BTS_INDEX : BTS index
LAPD_TYPE : LAPD type (OML: 42 or RSL: 43)
LAPD_NUMBER : LAPD number (OML/RSL SBL)

Remark: LAPD type (44) on TSL is not taken into account


3.2.14 ABIS topology sections

3.2.14.1 ABIS section



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START ABIS_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, ABIS_NUM, ABIS_NAME, ABIS_TYPE,
ABIS_TRANSPORT_MODE, ABIS_BANDWIDTH,
BANDWIDTH_PER_SIG_LINK, BANDWIDTH_PER_TCH_TS,
TCH_TS_ACTIVITY_FACTOR, NRT_GUARANTEED_BW_FACTOR,
IPGCH_PACKET_SIZE,
IPGCHU_DELAY_HIGH_THRES_DL,
IPGCHU_DELAY_HIGH_THRES_UL,
IPGCHU_DELAY_LOW_THRES_DL,
IPGCHU_DELAY_LOW_THRES_UL;
see under
END ABIS_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
ABIS_NUM : ABIS number (used at BSC level)
ABIS_NAME : ABIS name (discriminating Abis identification at OMC level)
ABIS_TYPE : ABIS type (chain, value= 0, Ring, value=1, Group configuration, value=
2)
ABIS_TRANSPORT_MODE : Transport mode (TDM, value= 1, IP framed, value=2, IP unframed
,value= 3, IP Ethernet, value= 4)

ABIS_BANDWIDTH : Total Abis bandwidth available (for the Abis BTS group if Abis-Transport-
Mode = "IP Ethernet", or for one E1 link if Abis-Transport-Mode = "IP framed" or "IP unframed"). If
transmission mode is TDM, the bandwidth is set to 0)

BANDWIDTH_PER_SIG_LINK : Bandwidth consumed by a signalling link on Abis interface:
-OML link associated to a BTS,
-or the RSL link associated to a TRX on Abis interface.
If transmission mode is TDM, the bandwidth is set to 0

BANDWIDTH_PER_TCH_TS : Abis bandwidth consumed by a RTS supporting some TCH(s) (one FR
TCH or two HR TCHs). If transmission mode is TDM, the bandwidth is set to 0

TCH_TS_ACTIVITY_FACTOR: : Maximum percentage of RTSs supporting some TCH(s) at the same
time (one FR TCH or two HR TCHs), among all the RTSs configured as TCH or configured as dynamic
SDCCH. If transmission mode is TDM, the value is set to 0

NRT_GUARANTEED_BW_FACTOR: Percentage of reserved PS bandwidth (Abis bandwidth) which is not
considered as usable for GBR PS traffic by the MFS. If transmission mode is TDM, the bandwidth is set to 0.

IPGCH_PACKET_SIZE : Max IPGCH packets size (including TCP/UDP/IP headers) used by
IPGCHC and IPGCHU. If transmission mode is TDM, the value is set to 0

IPGCHU_DELAY_HIGH_THRES_DL : Threshold on measured differential delay in downlink for a
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IPGCHU_DELAY_HIGH_THRES_UL : Threshold on measured differential delay in uplink for a given
Abis. If transmission mode is TDM, the value is set to 0

IPGCHU_DELAY_LOW_THRES_DL : Threshold on measured differential delay in downlink for a
given Abis below that the system is in nominal mode without any regulation. If transmission mode is TDM, the
value is set to 0

IPGCHU_DELAY_LOW_THRES_UL : Threshold on measured differential delay in uplink for a given
Abis below that the system is in nominal mode without any regulation. If transmission mode is TDM, the value
is set to 0




3.2.14.2 ABIS_BTS section
This section aims at linking the BTS with the Abis link. A BTS can be linked to 2 different Abis links. The first
Abis link is considered as primary and the other as secondary. An Abis link can be linked to 7 different
BTS.

START ABIS_BTS_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, ABIS_NUM, BTS_INDEX_ON_ABIS,
BTS_NAME,TP_TYPE;
see under

END ABIS_BTS_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
ABIS_NUM : ABIS number
BTS_INDEX_ON_ABIS : BTS number on the related Abis link (Abis number) (This field is not
significant in case of Abis_type = Group configuration)
BTS_NAME : BTS name
TP_TYPE : Terminal Point (primary, value= 0, Secondary, value=1) (This field is not
significant in case of Abis_type = Group configuration)

Example of a ABIS_BTS section (G2 BSC case):
- Abis 1 on BSC 1 linked to BTS_4 and BTS_5 (secondary)
- Abis 1 on BSC 1 linked to BTS_1 (primary)
- Abis 2 on BSC 1 linked to BTS_1 (secondary)

START ABIS_BTS section


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# BSC_NUM, ABIS_NUM, BTS_INDEX_ON_ABIS, BTS_NAME,TP_TYPE;
1,1,1,BTS_4,1;
1,1,2,BTS_5,1;
1,1,1,BTS_1,0;
1,2,1,BTS_1,1;
END ABIS_BTS section
3.2.15 TC Section

START TC_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, TC_RACK_NAME,TCSL_SBL; see under
END TC_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
TC_RACK_NAME : TC Rack name (discriminating TC identification, checked at OMC level)
TCSL_SBL : TCSL SBL number (used at BSC level). Value 0 is reported for a non IP
BSC

3.2.16 GSL Section

This section is reported for both an IP and TDM BSC

START GSL SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, GSL_SBL ,FABRIC_GPU; see under
END GSL_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
GSL_SBL : (used at BSC level) IP -GSL SBL number when BSC is in IP mode or GSL SBL
number when BSC is in TDM mode
FABRIC_GPU : GPU identification (discriminating GPU identification, checked at OMC level and not
significant in TDM mode)
3.2.17 MFS Section



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START MFS SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, MFS_ID; see under
END MFS_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
MFS_ID : MFS number

3.2.18 RNC Section
This section is reported when an Iur-g interface is defined between BSC and RNC.

START RNC_SECTION keyword
# BSC_NUM, RNC_NAME, RNC_SBL; see under
END RNC_SECTION keyword

BSC_NUM : BSC number
RNC_NAME : RNC name (discriminating RNC identification, checked at OMC level)
RNC_SBL : RNC SBL number (discriminating RNC identification, used at BSC level).




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4 BSS PM COUNTERS BINARY INTERFACE
After each reporting period the OMC-R receives from the connected BSSs the PM result files per
measurement type.
The list of BSC type of counters are given by the document : BSS counters catalog ref [B].

Detailed counters may have a measurement polling period of 30mn.
GSM permanent counters have a minimum polling period of 15mn.
Exception: 4 hours for type 180 counters.

Each file is dedicated to a specific BSS raw measurement type and one reporting period.
The OMC-R stores the required result files of the measurement type in a defined PM export directory of its
file system.
For the PM observation counters (type 10 to 15), please refer to 7 for the description of the specific
interface.

4.1 Files storage
The BSS PM files are stored in /alcatel/var/share/AFTR/APME/BSC.
They can be retrieved using ftp pmuser user.
Out put files are automatically purged after storage duration period (4 days) through an AXADMIN
crontab job: MF-cleanup (same as for the BSSConf, OBSYNT ).

4.2 Data description
4.2.1 BSS PM counter files: Description
Each PM export file is identified by a unambiguous file name. The file name contains the following
information:
identifier of the measurement type,
file version number, i.e. the rank of the file in the sequence of files for the specified measurement
type,
BSS identifier,
Date and time of file creation on BSS.


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File naming rule:
"BSS_file_name".BSC_num."BSS_name"."file_creation_date"."file_creation_time"."sequence_num"."
BSS_version "

"BSS_file_name": PMYYY-tt.xxA
YYY: RES for binary file and ASC for ASCII files.
tt: raw measurement type number. For type 110, 180 the formats are
PMYYY110.xxA and PMYYY180.xxA;
xx: version number (01...99) of the file in the BSC.
BSC_num: BSC number
"BSS_name": name of the BSS as it is known by the OMC (up to 20 characters).
"file_creation_date": date when the file is created on the OMC-R. Format: YYYY-MM-DD
file_creation_time": time when the file is created on the OMC-R. Format: HH:MM:SS
"sequence_num": number (between 1 and 9999) given by the OMC in order to guarantee the unicity of the
file.
"BSS_version ": BSS phase version (see [D])
Example for measurement type 7 from BSS "bss-paris2" in B9.1:
PMRES-07.43A.2.bss-paris2.2004-06-11.10:30:00.9999.111
Example for measurement type 110 from BSS "MxBSC_A24" in B11:
PMRES110.48A.3.MxBSC_A24.2011-02-16.06:30:21.1115.259

4.2.2 Binary PM file format
BSS Binary file format is described in [A].
4.3 PM semantic
The counters are described in [B].


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5 MFS COUNTERS INTERFACE
OMC-R stores in a dedicated directory all MFS counters files. All supervised MFS files are stored in the same
directory.
No MFS configuration interface is provided: MFS configuration data are included in the MFS counters files
The period of measurement for MFS counters is 1 hour
5.1 Files storage
MFS PM files are stored in /alcatel/var/share/AFTR/APME/MFS
They can be retrieved using ftp.
Out put files are automatically purged after storage duration period (4 days) through an AXADMIN
crontab job: MF-cleanup (same as for the BSSConf, OBSYNT )

5.2 Data format
The MFS counter file format is described in the document [1].
All files are stored in compressed mode by using the gzip (Version 1.3 21 Dec 99) and have corresponding
".gz" extension.
To allow storage of MFS files for more than one day, a prefix is added by OMC to original MFS file name,
which contains the UTC month and day when the file was created (i.e. last updated) on the MFS, converted
into OMC local time (OMC time zone).
Example: MFS counter file for day 9 of January of MFS number 001 compressed.
Jan-9-GPMRES0500101.gz
5.3 Information semantic
Described in [C], counters part of the document.


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6 PM COUNTERS ASCII INTERFACE
The OBSYNT formats the files created by the OBSAL parsers from the binary PM files received from BSS or
MFS to provide ASCII PM files (B11 or B12 files).
There is only one B12 OBSAL parser for generating the GSM OBSYNT format and only one B12 OBSAL
parser for generating the GPRS OBSYNT format whatever the release B12 or B11. So the GSM result
file/GPRS result file is identique regardless the release except the counters and the parameters which are
specific. Please refer to the preface for knowing the differences between the two releases.
The OBSYNT formats are available on OMC-R.
Remark: From B10 there is no more need of Metrica
TM
on OMC-R to get the OBSYNT formats.
These ASCII files are stored in a specific directory and can be retrieved by an external component, for further
analysis. Zip files are created and stored in a specific directory.
6.1 Obsynt interface
6.1.1 Configuration.
The operator can enable/disable the OBSYNT application through the OBSAL GUI. If it is ENABLE, the
OBSAL parser sends, the PM result files to Obsynt.
The OBSYNT directory is not configurable. It is an internal data of the OBSAL parser.
The storage duration is specified in the axadmin crontab through the MF cleanup job.

6.1.2 Files storage
6.1.2.1 OBSYNT file storage
The output files results are stored in the /alcatel/var/share/AFTR/APME/OBSYNT directory. In this directory:
Files are sorted by BSC and by day (for GSM part): one sub-directory per BSC (BSC name) and in this
sub-directory, one sub-directory per day (yyyymmdd).
Files are sorted by MFS and by day (for GPRS part): one sub-directory per MFS (MFS identifier) and in
this sub-directory, one sub-directory per day (yyyymmdd).
The yyyymmdd corresponds to the day according to the end date of the measurement including midnight in
case the measurement ends at midnight.
If a measurement starts at a D day and ends at a D+1 day, in this case it will be stored in the sub-directory of
the D+1 day.
Remark: there is no sorting on the release.


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It is not advised to store these files during more than 5 days. Out put files are automatically purged after
storage duration period through an AXADMIN crontab job: MF-cleanup (same as for the BSSConf, PM ).
40 3 * * * /usr/local/bin/sudo /alcatel/omc3/osm/script/MF-cleanup -t
PM,OBS,IMSI,GPRS,ACME,OBSYNT,NPO_INPUT,ALERTERS_INPUT -s 4
To modify, the storage duration, the axadmin operator has to perform the following steps:
- open the crontab file using the vi editor: crontab e
- modify the value 4 at the end of the command
- save the crontab file
Each external application transfers the needed files from the directory, using ftp server.
6.1.2.2 OBSYNT ZIP file storage
In order to optimise the data transfer times for the external applications, the output files are compressed in
zip files and put in a specific directory to be retrieved once a day and at the end of the day. They concern
measurements which are finished this day.
The name of this directory is :
/alcatel/var/share/AFTR/APME/OBSYNTZIP
Inside the directory, the following zip files are created:
- The zip files containing all OBSYNT output files of a certain BSC of one day.
- The zip files containing all OBSYNT output files of a certain MFS of one day.
Naming rule: OBSYNT.<OMC-R Name>.<NE Name>.<date>.zip
where: NE Name represents BSC or MFS name and date=yyyymmdd (previous day date)
Example: OBSYNT.omcr07.R218.20060613.zip.
The zip files are automatically created once a day through an AXADMIN crontab job: createZipFiles.pl. This
job is the same as for the BSSConf zip files creation.
Axadmin Crontab:
20 3 * * * /alcatel/omc3/osm/script/createZipFiles.pl
The job is launched after the last OBSYNT file of the day is available (03:20 by default). The hour of
launching can be modified.
The ZIP files are available for one week (7 days). The zip files are automatically purged after storage duration
period through an AXADMIN crontab job: MF-cleanup.
25 3 * * * /usr/local/bin/sudo /alcatel/omc3/osm/script/MF-cleanup t ACME_ZIP ,OBSYNT_ZIP -s 7
Each external application transfers the needed zip files from the directory, using ftp server.


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6.1.3 Counter processing
The OBSYNT manages the OMC_R measurement files to be analyzed based on the following criteria:
- the release of the BSS or MFS
- the name of the BSS or MFS
- the duration of the measurements to be analysed indicating a begin and end date.

Each time the process OBSYNT is launched, the user can read information about it, inserted in the following
OBSAL file:
/alcatel/var/maintenance/log/parser.log
If the process OBSYNT has detected a problem, the user can read information about it, inserted in the
following OBSAL files:
/alcatel/var/maintenance/ltrace/parser. data, /alcatel/var/maintenance/ltrace/parser. stats,
/alcatel/var/maintenance/ltrace/parser. traces
OBSYNT processes the following types of measurement in GSM (B12 and B11)
RT01_Traffic Measurements
RT02_Resource Availability Measurements
RT03_Resource Usage Measurements CCCH
RT04_Resource Usage Measurements SDCCH
RT05_Resource Usage Measurements RTCH
RT06_RTCH HO Measurements
RT07_LAPD Measurements
RT08_X.25 Measurements
RT09_No.7 Measurements
RT18_A Interface Measurements
RT19_SMS Measurements
RT25_SCCP Measurements
RT26_Detailed Handover measurements for serving cells
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RT28_SDCCH HO Measurements
RT29_Directed Retry Measurements
RT30_SMSCB direct connection Measurements
RT32_Change of frequency band Measurements
RT33_Electro Magnetic Environment (EME) Supervision
RT35: IP Measurements (Present when IP supported)
RT36: IURG Measurements (Present when Iur-g interface enabled)
RT37: VAMOS Measurements (Present when VAMOS enabled)
RT110_CELL/TRX related overview counters
RT180_Traffic Flow Measurements.
OBSYNT processes all GPRS counters
Nota:
- There are no Obsynt files for RMS counters (type 31).
- The list of counters and their meaning can be found in counters catalog (ref. [B] and [C]).
- The values of counters are the ones reported on BSS/OMC interface: it means that when these values
are modified for reporting (for example, multiplied per 10 in case of decimal values), the user of Obsynt
interface has to translate correctly these values using the counter catalog.

6.1.4 Input file
OBSYNT retrieves the input files in the:
-/alcatel/var/share/AFTR/APME/BSC directory for the GSM counters
- /alcatel/var/share/AFTR/APME/MFS directory for the GPRS counters
The GSM and GPRS input files are the binary PM files from B12/B11 BSC and B12/B11 MFS.
6.1.5 Format of the result files (GSM or GPRS)
Each result file is composed of a file header and a data part. The GSM result files are related to B12 BSC or
B11 BSC and GPRS result files are related to B12 MFS or B11 MFS.
The file header is composed of several lines and related to GSM or GPRS result file but does not depend on
the release (B12 or B11).
The data part is composed of one or several sections, each section beginning with a section header. Some
section can be present or not depending on the release. Also when an optional feature is not activated the
related section included the header is not present. The order of the section does not matter.


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Section header and data are represented by a table with several columns.
The meaning of the columns is given by the section header on one line. They are: the objects identification,
some possible parameters and the counters identification. The objects identification in a given section does
not depend on the release (B12 or B11) but the parameters can depend. The order between object
identification part, parameters part and counters part is given below in the description of the result files.
The counter values are given in the data part of the section that is to say in the different lines of the table.
In a given section type the counters can be different depending on the release (B12 or B11).

Following requirements have to be applied:
- A column meaning in the section (section header or data) consists of a text field followed by a tab.
- Each line in a file header consists of a text field followed by one or several tabs then :and then the
content. The number of tabs is such that one : is set below the one of the previous line (refer to the
result file example)
- Each line ends with a carriage return.
- 2 empty lines separate the file header from the first one section
- 2 empty lines separate two successive sections
- The counters are sorted in alphabetical order
- The counters identification are written in upper case
- A "?" table element indicates that no valid or missing value is received for the corresponding counter.
- Within a section header:
o the object identification part follows the order defined below in the description of the result
files.
o the specific part for parameters i.e. configuration or special suspected flags (basic are not
relevant) are alphabetically ordered inside each type of parameter i.e. configuration or
special suspected flags (but the order of each type of parameters follows the order defined
below in the description of the result files). Eventual threshold parameters belong to the
parameter type configuration and are alphabetically ordered inside configuration parameters.


6.1.5.1 GSM result files
There is one result file per PM type and per release
The name of the result file is in the following shape:
RXXXYYYYY.ZZZ
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XXX: the measurement type number e.g.:110 or 018
YYYYY: the number of the file within the day e.g.:00001
ZZZ: the number of the day within the year e.g.:024
The result file contains two parts:
1. The file header
GSM measurement file header file with the following lines:
BSS release :12 (for B12) or 11 (for B11)
Name of BSC : friendly name of the BSC
Type of measurement : refer to the list in 6.1.3
Measurement begin date and time : yyyy-mm-dd hh-mm
Measurement end date and time : yyyy-mm-dd hh-mm
Input file name : full pathname
Output file name : full pathname

2. The data
Data are stored in tables that have the following structure:
- Section header part giving the meaning of the columns (in one line):
o the object Identifications
o the counters Identifications
- Section Data part indicating the values of the columns (one line per object).
In the object identifications, cells are identified in GCI mode that is to say with MCC/MNC/LAC/CI. The TRX
counters from type 110 are aggregated by the OBSAL parser in cells through the on the fly mechanism. So
these counters are reported twice in the obsynt resulting file: once at TRX level and a second time at cell
level (Example: MC370a); and at Cell level, the OBSAL parser sums only the valid values for TRX,
discarding, for sum, invalid TRX values (i.e. '?' values) and not setting the resulting sum to '?.
The IP address value is displayed as a character string in the format "www.xxx.yyy.zzz" (it is coded in PM file
as 32 bits in 4 groups of 8 bits). For instance MGW_IP_ADDRESS is displayed as 139.54.87.128 (coded in
PM file as 2335594368).
The number of sections for each file result depends on types of counters and on the structure of the PM file
from the BSC. Refer to BSC/OMC PM File Format document ([A]).
The following paragraph details the different sections for he different GSM types of counters:
Type:1 (2 sections)
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Header
BTS_
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CELL_
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CELL_CI CELL_LAC BSC_MCC BSC_MNC Counter1
Data


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TRX section
Header
BTS_
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BTS_
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CELL_
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CELL_CI CELL_LAC BSC_MCC BSC_MNC TRXID Counter1
Data


.. ..

Type 2, 6,19, 28, 29, 32 ,33 (1 section)
Cell section
Header
BTS_
INDEX
BTS_
SECTOR
CELL_NAME CELL_CI CELL_LAC BSC_MCC BSC_MNC Counter1
Data


.. ..


Type 3, 4, 5 (1 section)
TRX TS section
Header
BTS_
INDEX
BTS_
SECTOR
CELL_
NAME
CELL_CI CELL_LAC BSC_MCC BSC_MNC TRXID TSID Counter 1
Data


.. ..

Type 7 (2 sections)
Lapd section
Header
BTS_INDEX LAPD_TYPE LAPD_NUMBER Counter 1
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GSL section (for TDM transport only)
Header
GSL_SBL Counter 1 .
Data

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Type 8, 25 (1 section)
X25 section
Header
LINK_ID Counter 1 .
Data


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Type 9 (2 sections)
CIC section
Header
LINK_ID Counter 1 .
Data


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Link_Set section
Header
LINK_ SET_ ID Counter 1 .
Data


.. ..

Type 18 (2 sections)
Global BSS section (related to whole BSS)
Header
Counter 1 .
Data

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CIC section (Not reported when A-interface is fully based on IP (i.e. Full AUPoIP) in case A User
Plane over IP feature is enabled)
Header
LINK_ID Counter 1 .
Data

..
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Type 26 (1 section)
Adjacent cell section
Header
CELL_CI CELL_LAC CELL_CI_ADJ CELL_LAC_ADJ BSC_MCC BSC_MNC CELL_MCC_MNC_ADJ Counter 1 ..
Data

..
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Type 27, 180 (1 section)
Adjacent cell section
Header
CELL_CI _ADJ CELL_LAC_ADJ CELL_CI CELL_LAC BSC_MCC BSC_MNC CELL_MCC_MNC_ADJ Counter 1 ..
Data

..
.. .. .

Note that the maximum number of adjacent cells (identified by CELL_MCC_MNC_ADJ, CELL_LAC_ADJ,
CELL_CI_ADJ) reported in this section for the same cell (identified by BSC_MCC, BSC_MNC, CELL_LAC, CELL_CI) is
equal to the maximum own cells per BSC MAX-CELL defined in [5] (e.g. 264 for G2 BSC or 500 for Mx
BSC).

Type 30 (1 section)
Global BSS section
Header
Counter 1 .
Data

..
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Cell section
Header
BTS_INDEX BTS_SECTOR CELL_NAME CELL_CI CELL_LAC BSC_MCC BSC_MNC Counter 1 ..
Data

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TC rack section
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TC_RACK_NAME TCSL_SBL Counter 1 ..
Data

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BSC-TCrack section
Header
TC_RACK_NAME TCSL_SBL Counter 1 ..
Data

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BTS section
Header
TC_RACK_NAME TCSL_SBL BTS_INDEX Counter 1 .
Data

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AbisNum section (Reported only on Abis with IPoE1 that is to say: Abis-Transport-Mode = IP
unframed* or IP framed)
Header
Abis_Name ABIS-NUM Counter 1 .
Data

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RNC section
Header
RNC_NAME RNC_SBL Counter1 ..
Data

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Type 37 (present only for IP BSC and when at least one cell is enabled for VAMOS)
(1 section)
Cell section
Header
BTS_INDEX BTS_SECTOR CELL_NAME CELL_CI CELL_LAC BSC_MCC BSC_MNC Counter 1 ..
Data

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Type 110 (8 sections)
Cell section
Header
BTS_INDEX BTS_SECTOR CELL_NAME CELL_CI CELL_LAC BSC_MCC BSC_MNC Counter 1 ..
Data

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TRX section
Header
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Data

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CIC section (Reported only in signaling TDM mode between BSC and MSC)
Header
LINK_ID Counter 1 ..
Data

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Whole BSS section
Header
Counter 1 Counter 2 ..
Data

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MSC section (Reported only in signaling IP mode between BSC and MSC)
Header
MSC_NAME MSC_SBL Counter 1 ..
Data

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NRI section (Reported only in signaling IP mode between BSC and MS and when the feature Aflex is
activated)
Header
MSC_NAME MSC_SBL NRI_NUM Counter1
Data

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GSL section (Reported both for IP mode or TDM mode for GSL Transport)
Header
FABRIC_GPU GSL_SBL Counter 1 .
Data

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In case of TDM mode, the FABRIC_GPU is not significant.

MGW section (Reported only in A User Plane Over IP mode and when signaling between BSC and
MSC is IP)
Header
MGW_IP_ADDRESS Counter 1 .. ..
Data

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Example of a B11 GSM measurement result file: R11000017.047 - for a B11 Mx BSC
NB: Example of a B12 GSM measurement result file for a next edition.
The file name indicates that it is the 17th result file (R) of the measurement type RT110 from the beginning of
day 047 of the year.

BSS release : 11
Name of BSC : MxBSC_A24
Type of Measurement :RT110_CELL/TRX related overview counters
Measurement begin date and time : 2011-02-16 08:00
Measurement end date and time : 2011-02-16 08:30
Input file name :/alcatel/var/share/AFTR/APME/BSC/PMRES110.48A.3.MxBSC
_A24.2011-02-16.06:30:21.1115.259
Output file name
:/alcatel/var/share/AFTR/APME/OBSYNT/MxBSC_A24/2011021
6/R11000017.047

BTS_ INDEX BTS_ SECTOR CELL_ NAME CELL_ CI CELL_ LAC BSC_MCC BSC_MNC MC01
MC02 MC02A MC02B
1 1 cell00424_42405 42405 424 208 F05 12
537 526 3

BTS_ INDEX BTS_ SECTOR CELL_ NAME CELL_ CI CELL_ LAC BSC_MCC BSC_MNC TRXID
MC1200 MC1201 MC1202
1 1 cell00424_42405 42405 424 208 F05 1
153 0 0
1 1 cell00424_42405 42405 424 208 F05 2
153 0 0
1 1 cell00424_42405 42405 424 208 F05 3
153 0 0


LINK_ ID MC350 MC351 MN1_1
16 8963 9010 3600


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144 8965 8906 3600


MC182 MC19 MC35 MC36
40 50 92 81

MSC_NAME MSC_SBL MC1101 MC1102 MC1103
MSC01 1 40 35 33

MSC_NAME MSC_SBL NRI MC980 MC981 MC982
MSC01 1 1 83 75 90
MSC01 1 2 0 0 0

FABRIC_GPU GSL_SBL MC1060 MC1062 MC1063
16974080 1 57 2 11




6.1.5.2 GPRS Result file.
There is only one result file per MFS and per BSS release (there can be B12 GPU and B11 GPU in a same
MFS). The name of the result file is in the following shape:
RMFSYYYYY.ZZZWith:
RMFS: for MFS Result file
YYYYY: the number of the file within the day e.g.:00001
ZZZ: the number of the day within the year e.g.:024
The result file contains two parts:
1. The file header:
MFS version : refer to PM File interface spec.
MFS subversion : Interface version, refer to PM File interface spec.
Number of the MFS : MFS identifier, refer to PM File interface spec.


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Scanner identity : refer to PM File interface spec.
Measurement begin date and time : yyyy-mm-dd hh-mm
Measurement end date and time : yyyy-mm-dd hh-mm
Input file name : full pathname
Output file name : full pathname
2. the data
Data are grouped in sections structured in tables with the following structure:
- a section header part giving the meaning of the columns in one line:
o the objects identification
o the configuration data,
o the special suspected flag related to the counters. This excludes the basic suspected flags
which indicate that the counter values are not relevant.
o the counters identification
- a section data part indicating the values of the different columns above (one line per object):
In the object identifications, cells are identified in GCI mode that is to say with MCC/MNC/LAC/CI.
The IP address value is displayed as a character string in the format "www.xxx.yyy.zzz" (it is coded in PM file
as 32 bits in 4 groups of 8 bits). For instance SGSN_IP_ADDRESS is displayed as 139.54.87.128 (coded in
PM file as 2335594368).
One section refers to only one type of object even there are several PM blocks for one object in the PM files
received from MFS.
So also in a same section:
- Configuration data and special suspected flags are optional or can be not relevant,
- The counters can be different
Data and counters all depend on the release, the transport mode or the feature introduced or not.
For each section, for knowing the different PM blocks and their associated counters, if they are present or not
and also for knowing the description of the different data, please refer to the MFS/OMC PM File Format
document ([1]).
Except in some cases indicated below the identification data related to one object is always present and
relevant.
Example of one section:
The cell section gathers B10cellPMUCOM, B11cellPMUTDM, B11cellPMUIP, B20cellPTUCOM, LCScell,
DISTCell, B41CELLNACC.

When a MFS is not associated to any BSC there is no GPRS file.
The following paragraph details the section structure for the GPRS result file:
BearerChannel section (Reported only in Frame Relay Transport mode)


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Header (identification
and counter)
TP Bearer Counter 1 Counter 2 .. ..
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PVC section (Reported only in Frame Relay Transport mode)
Header (identification
and counter)
TP Bearer PVC Counter 1 Counter 2 ..
Data

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SGSN_IP_NSVC section (Reported only in GB over IP Transport mode)
Header
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FABRIC SGSNIPENDPOINT

Header
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SGSN_IP_ADDRESS SGSN_UDP_Port Peer_NSE_Signalling_
Weight
Peer_NSE_Data_Weight Gb_Configuration_type
Header
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SGSN_NAME SGSN_IP_NSVC_NSEI
Header
(counter)
Counter 1 Counter 2
Data
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Recall: the section header part (composed here in identification, configuration and counter) gives the
meaning of the columns in one line.

SGSN section (Reported only in GB Flex Transport mode)
Header
(identification)
FABRIC SGSN _NAME
Header
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SGSN_NSEI
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Counter 1
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meaning of the columns in one line.

LAPD section (Reported only in TDM Transport mode between BSC and MFS)
Header (identification
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BSS TP GSL Counter 1 Counter 2 ..
Data

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Cell section
Header
(identification)
BSS FABRIC BTS CI LAC MCC MNC
Header
(configuration)
BS_PBCCH_BLKS BS_PRACH_BLKS MAX_PDCH MIN_PDCH List of Threshold
(refer below)
.. ..
Header
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BSS_TRANSPORT_
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BSS_TRANSPORT
_MODE
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flag and
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DSF CSSF Counter1 Counter2 ..
Data

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.. ..
Recall: the section header part (composed here in identification, configuration, suspected flag and
counter) gives the meaning of the columns in one line.

The thresholds are as the counters sorted in alphabetical order:
EGPRS_LLC_THROUGHPUT_THR_1 to EGPRS_LLC_THROUGHPUT_THR_11
GPRS_LLC_THROUGHPUT_THR_1 to GPRS_LLC_THROUGHPUT_THR_10
PD_DL_PDCH_UNIT_ALLOC_THR_1 to PD_DL_PDCH_UNIT_ALLOC_THR_10
PD_DL_TBF_DURATION_THR_1 to PD_DL_TBF_DURATION_THR_10
PD_DL_TBF_VOLUME_THR_1 to PD_DL_TBF_VOLUME_THR_10
PD_UL_PDCH_UNIT_ALLOC_THR_1 to PD_UL_PDCH_UNIT_ALLOC_THR_10
PD_UL_TBF_DURATION_THR_1 to PD_UL_TBF_DURATION_THR_10
PD_UL_TBF_VOLUME_THR_1 to PD_UL_TBF_VOLUME_THR_10
The following parameters are for B12 only (CRQ 304666):
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Header
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BSS FABRIC BTS
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counter)
BTS_NB_EXTRA_ABIS
_TS
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Data
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..
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Recall: the section header part (composed here in identification, configuration and counter) gives the
meaning of the columns in one line.

BSC section
Header
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BSS FABRIC
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flag and counter)
GCSF Counter 1 ..
Data
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Recall: the section header part (composed here in identification, suspected flag and counter) gives the
meaning of the columns in one line.

Abis section (Reported only in IP Transport mode)
Header
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counter)
BSS FABRIC ABISGROUP_NUMBER Counter 1 ..
Data
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..
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Adjacent Cell section (Reported only with RIM-NACC enable)
Header
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Example of a GPRS measurement result file : RMFS001.047 - for a B11 MFS
NB: Example of a B12 GPRS measurement result file for a next edition
MFS version : 7
MFS subversion : 7
Number of the MFS : 507
Scanner identity : 1
Measurement begin date and time : 2011-02-16 00:00
Measurement end date and time : 2011-02-16 01:00
Input file name : /alcatel/var/share/AFTR/APME/MFS/Feb-15-
GPMRES0750711
Output file name : /alcatel/var/share/AFTR/APME/OBSYNT/
mfs507/20110216/RMFS00001.047

TP Bearer P33 P3a P3b P6a P6b
16974082 31 0 0 0 0 0
16974593 15 0 0 0 0 0


TP Bearer PVC P23 P34 P4
16974082 31 521 0 0 0
16974593 15 520 0 0 0


BSS TP GSL P2a P2b P2c
6 16974080 31 0 0 0
1 16974592 31 0 0 0




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7 TRACE AND OBSERVATION INTERFACE
OMC-R stores in a dedicated directory all trace and observation files (PM types 10 to 15).
7.1 Retrieve data
The trace files and observation files are stored in /alcatel/var/share/traces directory
The trace files have to be copied under /alcatel/var/share/AFTR/MISC to be transfered by any external
applications using the ftp server.
File names ruling are the following:
Trace Type Name of the trace result Example
Basic IMSI MIB.<BSS number>.<BSS name>.<trace
number>.<transaction Id>.<sequence
number>.<file creation date>.<file creation
time>.<bss phase version>
MIB.001. BSS_Velizy
.002.65535.001.1999-
06-22.10:30:00.33
Radio IMSI MIR.<BSS number>.<BSS name>.<trace
number>.<transaction Id>.<sequence
number>.<file creation date>.<file creation
time>.<bss phase version>
MIR.001. BSS_Velizy
.002.65535.001.1999-
06-22.10:30:00.33
7.2 File format and semantic
This piece of information is provided in [A] and [B] as for PM files. Sections related to trace and observations
are IMSI basic trace, IMSI radio trace, PM types 10 to 15.
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