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Seamless Paging:

2.1 Introduction
Conventionally, the RNC pages a UE in idle mode for CS services in the entire location area (LA). If, at the
paging time, the UE is performing a cell reselection at an LA border, the CN cannot in time obtain the updated
LA information about the UE which causes the paging to fail. The Seamless Paging feature enables the RNC to
perform cross-LA paging for a UE in idle mode as follows:
The RNC first pages the UE in the previous LA (indicated by LAC 1) in which the UE interacted with the
network. If the paging fails, the RNC pages the UE again in both the previous LA (LAC 1) and the neighboring
cells (belonging to other LAs indicated by LAC 2) of the previous LA's border cells.
Figure 2-1 Cross-LA paging

2.2 Benefits
The Seamless Paging feature increases the paging success rate of UEs at LA borders. The increase in the
paging success rate depends on UE behaviors and LA border coverage conditions.

3 Technical Description
The Seamless Paging feature is controlled by the EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SWITCH under the
PROCESSSWITCH5(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter.
The RNC sends the first paging message and starts a paging response waiting timer if all the following
conditions are met:
The RNC receives a paging message with the cause value of "Terminating Conversational Call" from
the CN. This message carries the paging LA.
The UE to be paged is in idle mode.
If the RNC receives an RRC CONNECTION REQUEST message with the cause value of "Terminating
Conversational Call" or "Terminating - cause unknown" from the UE before the timer expires, the RNC
considers the paging successful. If the RNC does not receive any response from the UE before the timer
expires, the RNC re-pages the UE.

If other LAs belong to another RNC, the EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITCH under the


FunctionSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter should be set to on for the neighboring RNC so that
the re-paging message can be sent to the neighboring RNC over the Iur interface.
Before the Seamless Paging feature is enabled, paging messages are retransmitted for a fixed number of
times, regardless of whether paging UEs in idle mode fails. The number of retransmissions is specified by the
MaccPageRepeatTimes(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter. After the Seamless Paging feature is
enabled, paging messages for UEs in idle mode are not retransmitted, that is, the
MaccPageRepeatTimes(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter does not take effect for paging UEs in idle
mode for CS services.
Figure 3-1 shows the seamless paging procedure.
Figure 3-1 Seamless paging procedure

NOTE:
The default value of the paging response waiting timer is 2 n x 10 ms + 360. The value of n is the smaller
one between the value of the DRXCycleLenCoef(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter in the ADD

UCNDOMAIN command and the value of the DrxCycleLenCoef(BSC6900,BSC6910)


parameter in the SET UFRC command.
If the coverage of an LA is modified, the re-paging areas under neighboring LAs are not updated
immediately.
The re-paging messages from a maximum of eight source LAs can be sent in a cell.
Cross-LA re-paging messages have the lowest priority. If the PCH in a cell is congested, Uu resources used for
transmitting cross-LA re-paging messages are preferentially preempted, that is, cross-LA re-paging messages
cannot be sent.

4 Related Features
Prerequisite Features
None

Mutually Exclusive Features


None

Impacted Features
WRFD-150205 Layered Paging in Idle Mode
When the WRFD-150205 Layered Paging in Idle Mode feature and the WRFD-170104 Seamless Paging
feature are both enabled, the second-layer paging area in the former is the re-paging area in the latter.

5 Network Impact
System Capacity
When paging messages for UEs in idle mode are retransmitted for a fixed number of times, this feature reduces
the paging signaling traffic of UEs in idle mode and improves the system paging capacity.
When paging messages for UEs in idle mode are not retransmitted, this feature increases the paging signaling
traffic. When the cross-Iur seamless paging function is enabled, the number of increased pagings under the
local RNC is the sum of the number of failed CS first pagings under the local RNC and the number of failed CS
first pagings under neighboring cells (belonging to other LAs under the neighboring RNC) of previous LAs'
border cells.

Network Performance
If paging messages for UEs in idle mode are not retransmitted, paging retransmission under the latest LA
improves the paging success rate of mobile-terminated CS services. The increase in the paging success rate
depends on network coverage. Better coverage results in a larger increase in the paging success rate. If paging
messages for UEs in idle mode are retransmitted for a fixed number of times, paging retransmission under the
latest LA does not improve the paging success rate of mobile-terminated CS services.
The cross-LA paging function can increase the probability of successful mobile-terminated CS service pagings
for UEs at LA borders. The increase in successful mobile-terminated CS service pagings depends on the
proportion of moving UEs in LA border cells. A higher proportion of UEs in LA border cells results in a larger
increase in successful mobile-terminated CS service pagings.
According to the live network data analysis, the paging success rate of mobile-terminated CS services for UEs
in idle mode in an LA is about 95% in typical scenarios, and the proportion of CS service UEs in LA border cells
is about 20% of the total UEs in the network. Assume that 30% (which are obtained according to the soft

handover overhead in the live network) of CS service UEs are located in the overlapping coverage area of two
LA borders. Then, there is a 50% probability of cross-LA cell reselection.
In this scenario, if the Seamless Paging feature is enabled and paging messages for UEs in idle mode are not
retransmitted, it is predicted that:
The relative value of the paging success rate of mobile-terminated CS services for UEs in LA border
cells will increase by 20% to 40%.
The relative value of the paging success rate of mobile-terminated CS services for UEs in LA center
cells will increase by 5% to 20%.
The absolute value of the paging success rate of mobile-terminated CS services will increase by 0.25%
to 1%.
If paging messages for UEs in idle mode are retransmitted for a fixed number of times, cross-LA paging can
improve the paging success rate of mobile-terminated CS services for UEs in LA border cells. The relative value
of the paging success rate of mobile-terminated CS services will increase by 20% to 40%, and the absolute
value of the paging success rate will increase by 0.15% to 0.6%.
For the definition of soft handover overhead, see KPI Reference.

6 Engineering Guidelines
6.1 When to Use WRFD-170104 Seamless Paging
It is recommended that this feature should not be enabled if one LA has multiple RNCs. In other scenarios, this
feature can be enabled.

6.2 Required Information


Before enabling this feature, collect the following information to evaluate the feature gains:
Whether the cross-Iur seamless paging function needs to be enabled.
If the cross-Iur seamless paging function needs to be enabled, you also need to collect information about
whether the neighboring RNC supports the WRFD-170104 Seamless Paging feature and whether the local and
neighboring RNCs are connected to the same CS CN. If the values of the DPC parameters on the local and
neighboring RNCs are the same, the local and neighboring RNCs are connected to the same CS CN.
NOTE:
If the first paging fails, the CN determines the UE location and then sends a re-paging message based on the
new location of the UE. If re-paging based on new UE location is enabled on the CN, the gain in the CS paging
success rate on the CN side decreases after the Seamless Paging feature is enabled.

6.3 Deployment
6.3.1 Requirements
Other Features
See chapter 4 Related Features.

Hardware
None

License

This feature is not under license control.

6.3.2 Data Preparation


Table 6-1 describes the parameters to be configured.
Table 6-1 Parameters to be configured
Parameter Name
Process Control Switch 5
Function Switch

6.3.3 Activation
6.3.3.1 Using MML Commands
1. Enable the WRFD-170104 Seamless Paging feature for the local RNC.
Run the RNC MML command SET URRCTRLSWITCH to set the EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SWITCH
under the PROCESSSWITCH5(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter to on.
2. (Optional) If the neighboring RNC needs to support the WRFD-170104 Seamless Paging feature,
perform the following sub-steps to enable the cross-Iur seamless paging function:
a. On the neighboring RNC, run the RNC MML command SET URRCTRLSWITCH to set the
EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SWITCH under the PROCESSSWITCH5(BSC6900,BSC6910)
parameter to on.
b. On the local RNC, run the RNC MML command MOD UNRNC to set the
EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITCH under the
FunctionSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter to on and set NRncId to the ID of
the neighboring RNC.
c. On the neighboring RNC, run the RNC MML command MOD UNRNC to set the
EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITCH under the
FunctionSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter to on and set NRncId to the ID of
the local RNC.

6.3.3.2 MML Command Examples


//Enabling the WRFD-170104 Seamless Paging feature
SET URRCTRLSWITCH: PROCESSSWITCH5=EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SWITCH-1;
//(Optional) Enabling the cross-Iur seamless paging function
SET URRCTRLSWITCH: PROCESSSWITCH5=EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SWITCH-1;
MOD UNRNC: NRncId=XXXX, FunctionSwitch =EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITCH-1;
MOD UNRNC: NRncId=XXXX, FunctionSwitch =EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITCH-1;

6.3.3.3 Using the CME


NOTE:
When configuring the WRFD-170104 Seamless Paging feature on the CME, you must perform a single
configuration first, and then perform batch modifications if required.

You must perform a single configuration for a parameter before batch modifications of the parameter. You are
advised to perform batch modifications before logging out of the parameter setting interface.
1. Configure a single object on the CME. (CME single configuration)
Set parameters on the CME configuration interface according to the operation sequence described in
Table 6-2. For the method of performing the CME single configuration, see the CME Single
Configuration Operation Guide.
2. (Optional) Modify objects in batches on the CME. (CME batch modification center)
To modify objects, such as BSCs, BTSs, cells, and TRXs, in batches, click the
icon on the CME
configuration interface to start the batch modification wizard. For the method of performing batch
modifications through the CME batch modification center, press F1 on the wizard interface to obtain
online help.
Table 6-2 Configuring parameters on the CME
SN

Managed Object (MO)

URRCTRLSWITCH

UNRNC

6.3.4 Activation Observation


Check the value of the VS.ExtdPaging1.Att.Idle.CS counter. This counter indicates the number of times that
seamless paging messages are delivered under an RNC. If the value of this counter is not 0, the WRFD-170104
Seamless Paging feature has taken effect.
Check the value of the VS.ExtdPaging1.Att.Idle.CS.DRNC counter. This counter indicates the number of times
that re-paging messages are delivered over the Iur interface. If the value of this counter is not 0, the cross-Iur
seamless paging function has taken effect.

6.3.5 Deactivation
6.3.5.1 Using MML Commands
1. Disable the WRFD-170104 Seamless Paging feature for the local RNC.
Run the RNC MML command SET URRCTRLSWITCH to set the EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SWITCH
under the PROCESSSWITCH5(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter to off.
2. (Optional) Disable the cross-Iur seamless paging function.
a. On the neighboring RNC, run the RNC MML command SET URRCTRLSWITCH to set the
EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SWITCH under the PROCESSSWITCH5(BSC6900,BSC6910)
parameter to off.
b. On the local RNC, run the RNC MML command MOD UNRNC to set the
EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITCH under the
FunctionSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter to off and set NRncId to the ID of
the neighboring RNC.
c. On the neighboring RNC, run the RNC MML command MOD UNRNC to set the
EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITCH under the

FunctionSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter to off and set NRncId to the ID of


the local RNC.

6.3.5.2 MML Command Examples


//Disabling the WRFD-170104 Seamless Paging feature
SET URRCTRLSWITCH: PROCESSSWITCH5=EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SWITCH-0;
//(Optional) Disabling the cross-Iur seamless paging function
SET URRCTRLSWITCH: PROCESSSWITCH5=EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SWITCH-0;
MOD UNRNC: NRncId=XXXX, FunctionSwitch =EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITCH-0;
MOD UNRNC: NRncId=XXXX, FunctionSwitch =EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITCH-0;

6.3.5.3 Using the CME


NOTE:
When configuring the WRFD-170104 Seamless Paging feature on the CME, you must perform a single
configuration first, and then perform batch modifications if required.
You must perform a single configuration for a parameter before batch modifications of the parameter. You are
advised to perform batch modifications before logging out of the parameter setting interface.
1. Configure a single object on the CME. (CME single configuration)
Set parameters on the CME configuration interface according to the operation sequence described in
Table 6-3. For the method of performing the CME single configuration, see the CME Single
Configuration Operation Guide.
2. (Optional) Modify objects in batches on the CME. (CME batch modification center)
To modify objects, such as BSCs, BTSs, cells, and TRXs, in batches, click the
icon on the CME
configuration interface to start the batch modification wizard. For the method of performing batch
modifications through the CME batch modification center, press F1 on the wizard interface to obtain
online help.
Table 6-3 Configuring parameters on the CME
SN
1

URRCTRLSWITCH

2 (optional)

UNRNC

6.4 Performance Monitoring


CS Call Completion Rate
Before and after this feature is enabled, collect the number of failed CS calls for calling parties because the
called parties are performing cross-LA cell reselection at the paging moment and therefore cannot receive
paging messages. After this feature is enabled, the number of failed CS calls for calling parties due to the
preceding reason decreases.

Number of Successful Seamless Pagings

The VS.ExtdPaging1.Succ.Idle.CS counter indicates the number of times that UEs in idle mode receive crossLAC paging messages and send paging responses successfully, that is, the number of successful seamless
pagings.

PCH Congestion
If the re-paging message is delivered in the neighboring LAs but the PCH is congested, Uu resources for
transmitting the re-paging messages are preempted. Therefore, the value of the
VS.RRC.Paging1.Loss.PCHCong.Cell counter increases.

Iur Traffic
If the cross-Iur seamless paging function is enabled, Iur traffic increases, that is, the value of the
VS.SRNCIurBytesSigDCH.Tx counter increases.

6.5 Parameter Optimization


None

6.6 Troubleshooting
None

7 Parameters
Table 7-1 Parameters
Para
mete
r ID

NE

PRO BSC6
CES 900
SSW
ITCH
5

MML
Command

Feature
ID

SET
WRFDURRCTRLS 170202
WITCH
WRFD170201
WRFD150252
WRFD150253
WRFD170104
WRFD171201
WRFD171202
WRFD150255
WRFD150254

Feature Name

Description

TCP Proxy
Seamless Crystal Voice
Video Service Rate
Adaption
VoIP Application
Management
Seamless Paging
Crystal Voice in Deep
Coverage
Ultrafast CS Call Setup
Differentiated Service
Based on Terminal
Differentiated Service
Based on Application
Resource Reservation

Meaning:
1)INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_
LTE_SWITCH(RIM-based and Requestbased Load Information Sharing Switch)
Whether a UMTS cell sends its load
information to an LTE cell through the RIM
procedure after receiving a load information
sharing request from the LTE cell.
1: This switch is turned on. UMTS cells
support the RIM-based load information
sharing function. A UMTS cell sends its load
information to an LTE cell after receiving a
load information sharing request from the
LTE cell.
0: This switch is turned off. UMTS cells do
not support the RIM-based load information
sharing function. A UMTS cell does not
respond to the load information sharing
request from an LTE cell.
2)INTERRAT_LOAD_REPORT_FROM_LT
E_SWITCH(Learning LTE Load Through
RIM Switch)
Whether the RNC obtains the load

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

information about LTE cells through the


RAN information management (RIM)
procedure. For details about the RIM
procedure, see 3GPP TS 48. 018.
1: This switch is turned on. The RNC
obtains the load information about LTE cells
through the RIM procedure.
0: This switch is turned off. The RNC cannot
obtain the load information about LTE cells
through the RIM procedure.
3)UL_EVQI_SWITCH(UL EVQI Evaluation
Switch)
Whether to enable the EVQI function in the
uplink.
1: This switch is turned on. EVQI is enabled
in the uplink.
0: This switch is turned off. EVQI is disabled
in the uplink.
4)DL_EVQI_SWITCH(DL EVQI Evaluation
Switch)
Whether to enable the EVQI function in the
downlink.
1: This switch is turned on. EVQI is enabled
in the downlink.
0: This switch is turned off. EVQI is disabled
in the downlink.
5) VIDEO_RATE_ADAPTION_SWITCH
(Video Service Rate Adaption Switch)
Whether the Video Service Rate Adaption
feature is enabled.
1: This switch is turned on. The Video
Service Rate Adaption feature is enabled
for PS UEs processing video services. That
is, the rate of video service is ensured or is
limited for these PS UEs.
0: This switch is turned off. The Video
Service Rate Adaption feature is disabled
for PS UEs.
6) VOIP_MANAGE_SWITCH (VoIP
Application Management Switch)
Whether the VoIP application management
function is enabled.
1: This switch is turned on. VoIP application
management actions are performed on PS
UEs that are processing VoIP services.
VoIP application management actions can
either be VoIP application rate ensurance or

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

VoIP application speed limit.


0: This switch is turned off. the VoIP
application management function is
disabled for PS UEs.
7)
DIFF_SERVICE_ON_TERMINAL_SWITCH
(Differentiated Service Based on Terminal
Switch)
Whether the Differentiated Service Based
on Terminal feature is enabled.
1: This switch is turned on. PS UEs
processing BE services are grouped into
different terminal groups based on their type
approval codes (TACs) in IMEIs, and each
terminal group is assigned an SPI weight
for BE services, thereby achieving
differentiated services.
0: This switch is turned off. The
Differentiated Service Based on Terminal
feature is disabled for PS UEs processing
BE services.
8) APP_GRP_RES_RSV_SWITCH
(Differentiated Service Based on Application
Resource Reservation Switch)
Whether the Differentiated Service Based
on Application Resource Reservation
feature is enabled.
1: This switch is turned on. The RNC
identifies service types, maps different
service types to different resource groups,
and configure different resource reservation
policies for these resource groups. In this
way, resource reservation is performed
based on service types.
0: This switch is turned off. The RNC does
not reserve resources based on service
types or service groups.
9)RIM_ON_ECO_SWITCH(Support RIM by
eCoordinator Switch)
Whether the RIM procedure is implemented
through the eCoordinator.
1: This switch is turned on. The RIM
procedure is implemented through the
eCoordinator.
0: This switch is turned off. the RIM
procedure is implemented through the CN.
This parameter is an advanced parameter.

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

Therefore, modify the setting of this


parameter under the instruction of Huawei
technical support.
10)SRBCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_SW
ITCH(RB Fast Setup Switch for RB Setups
Accompanied by DRDs with Changing
SRBs)
Whether to use the RB fast setup function
for RB setups accompanied by DRDs with
changing SRBs.
1: This switch is turned on. The RB fast
setup function is used for RB setups
accompanied by DRDs with changing
SRBs.
0: This switch is turned off. The
simultaneous setup procedure is used for
RB setups accompanied by DRDs with
changing SRBs.
11)SRBNOCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_
SWITCH(RB Fast Setup Switch for RB
Setups Accompanied by DRDs with
Unchanged SRBs)
Whether to use the RB fast setup function
for RB setups accompanied by DRDs with
unchanged SRBs.
1: This switch is turned on. The RB fast
setup function is used for RB setups
accompanied by DRDs with unchanged
SRBs.
0: This switch is turned off. The
simultaneous setup procedure is used for
RB setups accompanied by DRDs with
unchanged SRBs.
12)EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SWITCH(Extende
d LAC Paging Switch)
Whether to enable the extended LAC
paging function
1: This switch is turned on. The extended
LAC paging function is enabled.
0: This switch is turned off. The extended
LAC paging function is disabled.
13)TCP_PROXY_SWITCH
Whether to enable the TCP proxy function.
1: This switch is set to on. The RNC serves
as a TCP proxy server, and an optimized
TCP algorithm is implemented on the RAN
side.

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

0: This switch is set to off. The TCP proxy


function does not take effect.
14)FACH_RB_RECFG_FAIL_SPEC_CAUS
E_SWITCH
Whether the RNC releases a UE's RRC
connection after an RB reconfiguration
failure with the cause of
"incompatibleSimultaneousReconfiguration"
or "invalid configuration." This switch is set
to off by default.
1: This switch is turned on. The RNC
releases the UE's RRC connection.
0: This switch is turned off. The RNC does
not release the UE's RRC connection and
rolls back the procedure.
15)WBAMR_HHO_FAIL_ROLLBACK_SWI
TCH
Whether RNC performs rollback operations
when AMR-WB services experience hard
handover failures.
1: This switch is turned on. The RNC
performs rollback operations when AMRWB services experience hard handover
failures. Before setting this switch to ON,
you are advised to run the "SET
UCONNMODETIMER" command to set
T312 to 1s. Otherwise, some UEs
experience garbled noise.
0: This switch is turned off. The RNC does
not perform rollback operations when AMRWB services experience hard handover
failures, and UEs experience call drops.
16)SEAMLESS_CRYSTAL_VOICE_SWITC
H
Whether the RNC-level seamless crystal
voice function takes effect.
1: This switch is set to on. The RNC-level
seamless crystal voice function takes effect.
0: This switch is set to off. The RNC-level
seamless crystal voice function does not
take effect.
17)CS_RB_PRI_MC_SWITCH
Switch controlling the CS RB setup prior to
measurement control (MC) function.
1: When this switch is set to on for
scenarios where CS RB setup and
measurement control coexist, the RNC

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

preferentially delivers the RADIO BEARER


SETUP message for the CS service.
0: When this switch is set to off, the CS RB
setup prior to MC function is disabled.
18)L2U_SRVCC_PS_TIMEOUT_CS_RELO
C_IN_SWITCH
Whether to support the incoming CS
handover during the single radio voice call
continuity (SRVCC) with simultaneous CS
and PS handovers if the PS RELOCATION
REQUEST message times out.
1: When this switch is set to on, the RNC
supports the incoming CS handover after
receiving a RELOCATION REQUEST
message from the CS domain during the
SRVCC for CS+PS combined services, if
the RNC does not receive a RELOCATION
REQUEST message from the PS domain
within the period of time specified by
"IRatHoWaitPSRelocReqTmr" parameter in
the "SET USTATETIMER" command.
0: When this switch is set to off, the RNC
does not support the incoming CS handover
in the preceding scenario.
For details, see 3GPP TS 23.216.
19)CRYSTAL_VOICE_DEEPCOVER_SWIT
CH
Whether the RNC-level Crystal Voice in
Deep Coverage function takes effect.
1: This switch is set to on. The RNC-level
Crystal Voice in Deep Coverage function
takes effect.
0: This switch is set to off. The RNC-level
Crystal Voice in Deep Coverage function
does not take effect.
20)LOAD_BASED_P2D_SWITCH
Whether the load- and Ec/N0-based P2D
state transition algorithm is enabled.
1: Indicates that this switch is set to ON. If
both of the following conditions are met, the
RNC triggers a P2D state transition. If either
of the following conditions is not met, the
RNC triggers a P2F state transition.
(1)The actual uplink cell load enters the
state specified by "ActualloadStateForP2D"
or enters a lighter state, and the downlink
non-HSPA transmit power enters the state

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

specified by "NonHLoadStateForP2D" or
enters a lighter state. The values of the
"ActualloadStateForP2D" and
"NonHLoadStateForP2D" parameters can
be queried by running the RNC MML
command "LST UUESTATETRANS".
(2) The Ec/N0 is greater than or equal to
"P2DEcNoThd". The value of the
"P2DEcNoThd" parameter can be queried
by running the RNC MML command "LST
UFRC".
0: Indicates that this switch is set to OFF.
The RNC triggers P2F state transitions, not
load- and Ec/N0-based P2D state
transitions.
21)PRIMOPER_NONROAM_USER_CN_S
A_SWITCH
Whether the CN-initiated service awareness
function applies only to non-roaming UEs of
the primary operator.
1: Indicates that this switch is set to ON.
The CN-initiated service awareness
function applies only to non-roaming UEs of
the primary operator.
0: Indicates that this switch is set to OFF.
The CN-initiated service awareness
function applies to all UEs.
22)PS_R99_BLER_STAT_OPT_SWITCH(O
ptimize The Measurement of PS R99
BLER)
Whether the RNC optimizes the
measurement of the block error rate (BLER)
for PS R99 services.
1: Indicates that this switch is set to ON.
The RNC identifies erroneous blocks
generated by false detections during PS
R99 D2F and F2D state transitions and
during soft handovers and does not
calculate these blocks into the PS R99
BLER.
0: Indicates that this switch is set to OFF.
The RNC calculates the preceding
erroneous blocks into the PS R99 BLER.
23)STATE_FACH_CONSISTENT_OPTI_S
WITCH(CELL_FACH UE State Consistency
Optimization Switch )
Whether to enable the state consistency
optimization algorithm for UEs in the

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

CELL_FACH state.
1: Indicates that this switch is set to ON.
The state consistency optimization
algorithm is enabled for UEs in the
CELL_FACH state. The RNC waits for a
certain period of time if it does not receive
any response from the UE in the
CELL_FACH state. This prevents state
inconsistencies between the RNC and UE
caused by UE not receiving an RRC
CONNECTION RELEASE message.
0: Indicates that this switch is set to OFF.
The state consistency optimization
algorithm is disabled for UEs in the
CELL_FACH state.
This switch is set to OFF by default.
24)D2P_RECFG_REEST_SWITCH(D2P
Reconfiguration and Reestablishment
Switch)
Whether the RNC triggers a D2P
reconfiguration and reestablishment
procedure for fast dormancy UEs that have
experienced a TRB reset or an uplink RL
synchronization failure.
1: Indicates that this switch is set to ON.
The RNC triggers a D2P reconfiguration
and reestablishment procedure for fast
dormancy UEs that have experienced a
TRB reset or uplink RL synchronization
failure.
0: Indicates that this switch is set to OFF.
The RNC does not trigger a D2P
reconfiguration and reestablishment
procedure for fast dormancy UEs in the
preceding scenario.
This switch is set to OFF by default.
GUI Value Range:
INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_LT
E_SWITCH,
INTERRAT_LOAD_REPORT_FROM_LTE_
SWITCH, UL_EVQI_SWITCH,
DL_EVQI_SWITCH,
VIDEO_RATE_ADAPTION_SWITCH,
VOIP_MANAGE_SWITCH,
DIFF_SERVICE_ON_TERMINAL_SWITCH
, APP_GRP_RES_RSV_SWITCH,
RIM_ON_ECO_SWITCH,
PRIMOPER_NONROAM_USER_CN_SA_
SWITCH,

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

SRBCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_SWIT
CH,
SRBNOCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_S
WITCH,
FACH_RB_RECFG_FAIL_SPEC_CAUSE_
SWITCH,
WBAMR_HHO_FAIL_ROLLBACK_SWITC
H, EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SWITCH,
TCP_PROXY_SWITCH,
SEAMLESS_CRYSTAL_VOICE_SWITCH,
CS_RB_PRI_MC_SWITCH,
L2U_SRVCC_PS_TIMEOUT_CS_RELOC_
IN_SWITCH,
CRYSTAL_VOICE_DEEPCOVER_SWITCH
, LOAD_BASED_P2D_SWITCH,
PS_R99_BLER_STAT_OPT_SWITCH,
STATE_FACH_CONSISTENT_OPTI_SWIT
CH, D2P_RECFG_REEST_SWITCH
Unit: None
Actual Value Range:
INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_LT
E_SWITCH,
INTERRAT_LOAD_REPORT_FROM_LTE_
SWITCH,
UL_EVQI_SWITCH,
DL_EVQI_SWITCH,
VIDEO_RATE_ADAPTION_SWITCH,
VOIP_MANAGE_SWITCH,
DIFF_SERVICE_ON_TERMINAL_SWITCH
,
APP_GRP_RES_RSV_SWITCH,
RIM_ON_ECO_SWITCH,
PRIMOPER_NONROAM_USER_CN_SA_
SWITCH,
SRBCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_SWIT
CH,
SRBNOCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_S
WITCH,
FACH_RB_RECFG_FAIL_SPEC_CAUSE_
SWITCH,
WBAMR_HHO_FAIL_ROLLBACK_SWITC
H,
EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SWITCH,
TCP_PROXY_SWITCH,
SEAMLESS_CRYSTAL_VOICE_SWITCH,
CS_RB_PRI_MC_SWITCH,

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

L2U_SRVCC_PS_TIMEOUT_CS_RELOC_
IN_SWITCH,
CRYSTAL_VOICE_DEEPCOVER_SWITCH
,
LOAD_BASED_P2D_SWITCH,
PS_R99_BLER_STAT_OPT_SWITCH,
STATE_FACH_CONSISTENT_OPTI_SWIT
CH,
D2P_RECFG_REEST_SWITCH
Default Value:
INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_LT
E_SWITCH:0,INTERRAT_LOAD_REPORT
_FROM_LTE_SWITCH:0,UL_EVQI_SWITC
H:0,DL_EVQI_SWITCH:0,VIDEO_RATE_A
DAPTION_SWITCH:0,VOIP_MANAGE_SW
ITCH:0,DIFF_SERVICE_ON_TERMINAL_S
WITCH:0,APP_GRP_RES_RSV_SWITCH:
0,RIM_ON_ECO_SWITCH:0,PRIMOPER_
NONROAM_USER_CN_SA_SWITCH:0,SR
BCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_SWITCH:
0,SRBNOCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_S
WITCH:0,FACH_RB_RECFG_FAIL_SPEC_
CAUSE_SWITCH:0,WBAMR_HHO_FAIL_
ROLLBACK_SWITCH:0,EXTD_LAC_PAGI
NG_SWITCH:0,TCP_PROXY_SWITCH:0,S
EAMLESS_CRYSTAL_VOICE_SWITCH:0,
CS_RB_PRI_MC_SWITCH:0,L2U_SRVCC
_PS_TIMEOUT_CS_RELOC_IN_SWITCH:
0,CRYSTAL_VOICE_DEEPCOVER_SWIT
CH:0,LOAD_BASED_P2D_SWITCH:0,PS_
R99_BLER_STAT_OPT_SWITCH:0,STATE
_FACH_CONSISTENT_OPTI_SWITCH:0,D
2P_RECFG_REEST_SWITCH:0
PRO BSC6
CES 910
SSW
ITCH
5

SET
WRFDURRCTRLS 170202
WITCH
WRFD170201
WRFD150252
WRFD150253
WRFD170104
WRFD171201
WRFD171202

TCP Proxy
Seamless Crystal Voice
Video Service Rate
Adaption
VoIP Application
Management
Seamless Paging
Crystal Voice in Deep
Coverage
Ultrafast CS Call Setup
Differentiated Service
Based on Terminal
Differentiated Service

Meaning:
1)INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_
LTE_SWITCH(RIM-based and Requestbased Load Information Sharing Switch)
Whether a UMTS cell sends its load
information to an LTE cell through the RIM
procedure after receiving a load information
sharing request from the LTE cell.
1: This switch is turned on. UMTS cells
support the RIM-based load information
sharing function. A UMTS cell sends its load
information to an LTE cell after receiving a
load information sharing request from the
LTE cell.

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

WRFD150255
WRFD150254

Feature Name

Based on Application
Resource Reservation

Description

0: This switch is turned off. UMTS cells do


not support the RIM-based load information
sharing function. A UMTS cell does not
respond to the load information sharing
request from an LTE cell.
2)INTERRAT_LOAD_REPORT_FROM_LT
E_SWITCH(Learning LTE Load Through
RIM Switch)
Whether the RNC obtains the load
information about LTE cells through the
RAN information management (RIM)
procedure. For details about the RIM
procedure, see 3GPP TS 48. 018.
1: This switch is turned on. The RNC
obtains the load information about LTE cells
through the RIM procedure.
0: This switch is turned off. The RNC cannot
obtain the load information about LTE cells
through the RIM procedure.
3)UL_EVQI_SWITCH(UL EVQI Evaluation
Switch)
Whether to enable the EVQI function in the
uplink.
1: This switch is turned on. EVQI is enabled
in the uplink.
0: This switch is turned off. EVQI is disabled
in the uplink.
4)DL_EVQI_SWITCH(DL EVQI Evaluation
Switch)
Whether to enable the EVQI function in the
downlink.
1: This switch is turned on. EVQI is enabled
in the downlink.
0: This switch is turned off. EVQI is disabled
in the downlink.
5) VIDEO_RATE_ADAPTION_SWITCH
(Video Service Rate Adaption Switch)
Whether the Video Service Rate Adaption
feature is enabled.
1: This switch is turned on. The Video
Service Rate Adaption feature is enabled
for PS UEs processing video services. That
is, the rate of video service is ensured or is
limited for these PS UEs.
0: This switch is turned off. The Video
Service Rate Adaption feature is disabled
for PS UEs.

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

6) VOIP_MANAGE_SWITCH (VoIP
Application Management Switch)
Whether the VoIP application management
function is enabled.
1: This switch is turned on. VoIP application
management actions are performed on PS
UEs that are processing VoIP services.
VoIP application management actions can
either be VoIP application rate ensurance or
VoIP application speed limit.
0: This switch is turned off. the VoIP
application management function is
disabled for PS UEs.
7)
DIFF_SERVICE_ON_TERMINAL_SWITCH
(Differentiated Service Based on Terminal
Switch)
Whether the Differentiated Service Based
on Terminal feature is enabled.
1: This switch is turned on. PS UEs
processing BE services are grouped into
different terminal groups based on their type
approval codes (TACs) in IMEIs, and each
terminal group is assigned an SPI weight
for BE services, thereby achieving
differentiated services.
0: This switch is turned off. The
Differentiated Service Based on Terminal
feature is disabled for PS UEs processing
BE services.
8) APP_GRP_RES_RSV_SWITCH
(Differentiated Service Based on Application
Resource Reservation Switch)
Whether the Differentiated Service Based
on Application Resource Reservation
feature is enabled.
1: This switch is turned on. The RNC
identifies service types, maps different
service types to different resource groups,
and configure different resource reservation
policies for these resource groups. In this
way, resource reservation is performed
based on service types.
0: This switch is turned off. The RNC does
not reserve resources based on service
types or service groups.
9)RIM_ON_ECO_SWITCH(Support RIM by
eCoordinator Switch)

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

Whether the RIM procedure is implemented


through the eCoordinator.
1: This switch is turned on. The RIM
procedure is implemented through the
eCoordinator.
0: This switch is turned off. the RIM
procedure is implemented through the CN.
This parameter is an advanced parameter.
Therefore, modify the setting of this
parameter under the instruction of Huawei
technical support.
10)SRBCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_SW
ITCH(RB Fast Setup Switch for RB Setups
Accompanied by DRDs with Changing
SRBs)
Whether to use the RB fast setup function
for RB setups accompanied by DRDs with
changing SRBs.
1: This switch is turned on. The RB fast
setup function is used for RB setups
accompanied by DRDs with changing
SRBs.
0: This switch is turned off. The
simultaneous setup procedure is used for
RB setups accompanied by DRDs with
changing SRBs.
11)SRBNOCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_
SWITCH(RB Fast Setup Switch for RB
Setups Accompanied by DRDs with
Unchanged SRBs)
Whether to use the RB fast setup function
for RB setups accompanied by DRDs with
unchanged SRBs.
1: This switch is turned on. The RB fast
setup function is used for RB setups
accompanied by DRDs with unchanged
SRBs.
0: This switch is turned off. The
simultaneous setup procedure is used for
RB setups accompanied by DRDs with
unchanged SRBs.
12)EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SWITCH(Extende
d LAC Paging Switch)
Whether to enable the extended LAC
paging function
1: This switch is turned on. The extended
LAC paging function is enabled.

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

0: This switch is turned off. The extended


LAC paging function is disabled.
13)TCP_PROXY_SWITCH
Whether to enable the TCP proxy function.
1: This switch is set to on. The RNC serves
as a TCP proxy server, and an optimized
TCP algorithm is implemented on the RAN
side.
0: This switch is set to off. The TCP proxy
function does not take effect.
14)FACH_RB_RECFG_FAIL_SPEC_CAUS
E_SWITCH
Whether the RNC releases a UE's RRC
connection after an RB reconfiguration
failure with the cause of
"incompatibleSimultaneousReconfiguration"
or "invalid configuration." This switch is set
to off by default.
1: This switch is turned on. The RNC
releases the UE's RRC connection.
0: This switch is turned off. The RNC does
not release the UE's RRC connection and
rolls back the procedure.
15)WBAMR_HHO_FAIL_ROLLBACK_SWI
TCH
Whether RNC performs rollback operations
when AMR-WB services experience hard
handover failures.
1: This switch is turned on. The RNC
performs rollback operations when AMRWB services experience hard handover
failures. Before setting this switch to ON,
you are advised to run the "SET
UCONNMODETIMER" command to set
T312 to 1s. Otherwise, some UEs
experience garbled noise.
0: This switch is turned off. The RNC does
not perform rollback operations when AMRWB services experience hard handover
failures, and UEs experience call drops.
16)SEAMLESS_CRYSTAL_VOICE_SWITC
H
Whether the RNC-level seamless crystal
voice function takes effect.
1: This switch is set to on. The RNC-level
seamless crystal voice function takes effect.
0: This switch is set to off. The RNC-level

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

seamless crystal voice function does not


take effect.
17)CS_RB_PRI_MC_SWITCH
Switch controlling the CS RB setup prior to
measurement control (MC) function.
1: When this switch is set to on for
scenarios where CS RB setup and
measurement control coexist, the RNC
preferentially delivers the RADIO BEARER
SETUP message for the CS service.
0: When this switch is set to off, the CS RB
setup prior to MC function is disabled.
18)L2U_SRVCC_PS_TIMEOUT_CS_RELO
C_IN_SWITCH
Whether to support the incoming CS
handover during the single radio voice call
continuity (SRVCC) with simultaneous CS
and PS handovers if the PS RELOCATION
REQUEST message times out.
1: When this switch is set to on, the RNC
supports the incoming CS handover after
receiving a RELOCATION REQUEST
message from the CS domain during the
SRVCC for CS+PS combined services, if
the RNC does not receive a RELOCATION
REQUEST message from the PS domain
within the period of time specified by
"IRatHoWaitPSRelocReqTmr" parameter in
the "SET USTATETIMER" command.
0: When this switch is set to off, the RNC
does not support the incoming CS handover
in the preceding scenario.
For details, see 3GPP TS 23.216.
19)CRYSTAL_VOICE_DEEPCOVER_SWIT
CH
Whether the RNC-level Crystal Voice in
Deep Coverage function takes effect.
1: This switch is set to on. The RNC-level
Crystal Voice in Deep Coverage function
takes effect.
0: This switch is set to off. The RNC-level
Crystal Voice in Deep Coverage function
does not take effect.
20)LOAD_BASED_P2D_SWITCH
Whether the load- and Ec/N0-based P2D
state transition algorithm is enabled.
1: Indicates that this switch is set to ON. If

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

both of the following conditions are met, the


RNC triggers a P2D state transition. If either
of the following conditions is not met, the
RNC triggers a P2F state transition.
(1)The actual uplink cell load enters the
state specified by "ActualloadStateForP2D"
or enters a lighter state, and the downlink
non-HSPA transmit power enters the state
specified by "NonHLoadStateForP2D" or
enters a lighter state. The values of the
"ActualloadStateForP2D" and
"NonHLoadStateForP2D" parameters can
be queried by running the RNC MML
command "LST UUESTATETRANS".
(2) The Ec/N0 is greater than or equal to
"P2DEcNoThd". The value of the
"P2DEcNoThd" parameter can be queried
by running the RNC MML command "LST
UFRC".
0: Indicates that this switch is set to OFF.
The RNC triggers P2F state transitions, not
load- and Ec/N0-based P2D state
transitions.
21)PRIMOPER_NONROAM_USER_CN_S
A_SWITCH
Whether the CN-initiated service awareness
function applies only to non-roaming UEs of
the primary operator.
1: Indicates that this switch is set to ON.
The CN-initiated service awareness
function applies only to non-roaming UEs of
the primary operator.
0: Indicates that this switch is set to OFF.
The CN-initiated service awareness
function applies to all UEs.
22)PS_R99_BLER_STAT_OPT_SWITCH(O
ptimize The Measurement of PS R99
BLER)
Whether the RNC optimizes the
measurement of the block error rate (BLER)
for PS R99 services.
1: Indicates that this switch is set to ON.
The RNC identifies erroneous blocks
generated by false detections during PS
R99 D2F and F2D state transitions and
during soft handovers and does not
calculate these blocks into the PS R99
BLER.

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

0: Indicates that this switch is set to OFF.


The RNC calculates the preceding
erroneous blocks into the PS R99 BLER.
23)STATE_FACH_CONSISTENT_OPTI_S
WITCH(CELL_FACH UE State Consistency
Optimization Switch )
Whether to enable the state consistency
optimization algorithm for UEs in the
CELL_FACH state.
1: Indicates that this switch is set to ON.
The state consistency optimization
algorithm is enabled for UEs in the
CELL_FACH state. The RNC waits for a
certain period of time if it does not receive
any response from the UE in the
CELL_FACH state. This prevents state
inconsistencies between the RNC and UE
caused by UE not receiving an RRC
CONNECTION RELEASE message.
0: Indicates that this switch is set to OFF.
The state consistency optimization
algorithm is disabled for UEs in the
CELL_FACH state.
This switch is set to OFF by default.
24)D2P_RECFG_REEST_SWITCH(D2P
Reconfiguration and Reestablishment
Switch)
Whether the RNC triggers a D2P
reconfiguration and reestablishment
procedure for fast dormancy UEs that have
experienced a TRB reset or an uplink RL
synchronization failure.
1: Indicates that this switch is set to ON.
The RNC triggers a D2P reconfiguration
and reestablishment procedure for fast
dormancy UEs that have experienced a
TRB reset or uplink RL synchronization
failure.
0: Indicates that this switch is set to OFF.
The RNC does not trigger a D2P
reconfiguration and reestablishment
procedure for fast dormancy UEs in the
preceding scenario.
This switch is set to OFF by default.
GUI Value Range:
INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_LT
E_SWITCH,
INTERRAT_LOAD_REPORT_FROM_LTE_

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

SWITCH, UL_EVQI_SWITCH,
DL_EVQI_SWITCH,
VIDEO_RATE_ADAPTION_SWITCH,
VOIP_MANAGE_SWITCH,
DIFF_SERVICE_ON_TERMINAL_SWITCH
, APP_GRP_RES_RSV_SWITCH,
RIM_ON_ECO_SWITCH,
PRIMOPER_NONROAM_USER_CN_SA_
SWITCH,
SRBCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_SWIT
CH,
SRBNOCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_S
WITCH,
FACH_RB_RECFG_FAIL_SPEC_CAUSE_
SWITCH,
WBAMR_HHO_FAIL_ROLLBACK_SWITC
H, EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SWITCH,
TCP_PROXY_SWITCH,
SEAMLESS_CRYSTAL_VOICE_SWITCH,
CS_RB_PRI_MC_SWITCH,
L2U_SRVCC_PS_TIMEOUT_CS_RELOC_
IN_SWITCH,
CRYSTAL_VOICE_DEEPCOVER_SWITCH
, LOAD_BASED_P2D_SWITCH,
PS_R99_BLER_STAT_OPT_SWITCH,
STATE_FACH_CONSISTENT_OPTI_SWIT
CH, D2P_RECFG_REEST_SWITCH
Unit: None
Actual Value Range:
INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_LT
E_SWITCH,
INTERRAT_LOAD_REPORT_FROM_LTE_
SWITCH,
UL_EVQI_SWITCH,
DL_EVQI_SWITCH,
VIDEO_RATE_ADAPTION_SWITCH,
VOIP_MANAGE_SWITCH,
DIFF_SERVICE_ON_TERMINAL_SWITCH
,
APP_GRP_RES_RSV_SWITCH,
RIM_ON_ECO_SWITCH,
PRIMOPER_NONROAM_USER_CN_SA_
SWITCH,
SRBCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_SWIT
CH,
SRBNOCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_S
WITCH,

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

FACH_RB_RECFG_FAIL_SPEC_CAUSE_
SWITCH,
WBAMR_HHO_FAIL_ROLLBACK_SWITC
H,
EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SWITCH,
TCP_PROXY_SWITCH,
SEAMLESS_CRYSTAL_VOICE_SWITCH,
CS_RB_PRI_MC_SWITCH,
L2U_SRVCC_PS_TIMEOUT_CS_RELOC_
IN_SWITCH,
CRYSTAL_VOICE_DEEPCOVER_SWITCH
,
LOAD_BASED_P2D_SWITCH,
PS_R99_BLER_STAT_OPT_SWITCH,
STATE_FACH_CONSISTENT_OPTI_SWIT
CH,
D2P_RECFG_REEST_SWITCH
Default Value:
INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_LT
E_SWITCH:0,INTERRAT_LOAD_REPORT
_FROM_LTE_SWITCH:0,UL_EVQI_SWITC
H:0,DL_EVQI_SWITCH:0,VIDEO_RATE_A
DAPTION_SWITCH:0,VOIP_MANAGE_SW
ITCH:0,DIFF_SERVICE_ON_TERMINAL_S
WITCH:0,APP_GRP_RES_RSV_SWITCH:
0,RIM_ON_ECO_SWITCH:0,PRIMOPER_
NONROAM_USER_CN_SA_SWITCH:0,SR
BCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_SWITCH:
0,SRBNOCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_S
WITCH:0,FACH_RB_RECFG_FAIL_SPEC_
CAUSE_SWITCH:0,WBAMR_HHO_FAIL_
ROLLBACK_SWITCH:0,EXTD_LAC_PAGI
NG_SWITCH:0,TCP_PROXY_SWITCH:0,S
EAMLESS_CRYSTAL_VOICE_SWITCH:0,
CS_RB_PRI_MC_SWITCH:0,L2U_SRVCC
_PS_TIMEOUT_CS_RELOC_IN_SWITCH:
0,CRYSTAL_VOICE_DEEPCOVER_SWIT
CH:0,LOAD_BASED_P2D_SWITCH:0,PS_
R99_BLER_STAT_OPT_SWITCH:0,STATE
_FACH_CONSISTENT_OPTI_SWITCH:0,D
2P_RECFG_REEST_SWITCH:0
Func BSC6
tionS 900
witch

ADD
UNRNC
MOD
UNRNC

WRFD010615
WRFD170104
WRFD-

Multiple RAB
Package(PS RAB >= 2)
Seamless Paging
Interactive QoS Class
Background QoS Class

Meaning:
1)EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWIT
CH(Neighbor RNC Support Extended LAC
Paging Switch)
whether the neighboring RNC supports the

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

010503
WRFD010504

Func BSC6
tionS 910
witch

ADD
UNRNC
MOD
UNRNC

WRFD010615
WRFD170104
WRFD010503
WRFD010504

Description

extended LAC paging function.


1: This switch is set to on. The SRNC can
send paging messages to the neighboring
RNC.
0: This switch is set to off. The SRNC
cannot send paging messages to the
neighboring RNC.
2)AMBR_SUPPORT_SWITCH(NRNC
Support AMBR)
Whether the SRNC sends a neighboring
RNC an information element (IE) that
contains the aggregate maximum bit rate
(AMBR).
1: Indicates that this switch is set to ON.
The SRNC sends an IE that contains the
AMBR to the DRNC over the Iur interface
during an inter-RNC handover.
0: Indicates that this switch is set to OFF.
The SRNC does not send an IE that
contains the AMBR to the DRNC over the
Iur interface during an inter-RNC handover.
GUI Value Range:
EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITCH
(EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITC
H),
AMBR_SUPPORT_SWITCH(AMBR_SUPP
ORT_SWITCH)
Unit: None
Actual Value Range:
EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITCH
,
AMBR_SUPPORT_SWITCH
Default Value:
EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITCH
:0,AMBR_SUPPORT_SWITCH:0
Multiple RAB
Package(PS RAB >= 2)
Seamless Paging
Interactive QoS Class
Background QoS Class

Meaning:
1)EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWIT
CH(Neighbor RNC Support Extended LAC
Paging Switch)
whether the neighboring RNC supports the
extended LAC paging function.
1: This switch is set to on. The SRNC can
send paging messages to the neighboring
RNC.
0: This switch is set to off. The SRNC
cannot send paging messages to the

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

neighboring RNC.
2)AMBR_SUPPORT_SWITCH(NRNC
Support AMBR)
Whether the SRNC sends a neighboring
RNC an information element (IE) that
contains the aggregate maximum bit rate
(AMBR).
1: Indicates that this switch is set to ON.
The SRNC sends an IE that contains the
AMBR to the DRNC over the Iur interface
during an inter-RNC handover.
0: Indicates that this switch is set to OFF.
The SRNC does not send an IE that
contains the AMBR to the DRNC over the
Iur interface during an inter-RNC handover.
GUI Value Range:
EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITCH
(EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITC
H),
AMBR_SUPPORT_SWITCH(AMBR_SUPP
ORT_SWITCH)
Unit: None
Actual Value Range:
EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITCH
,
AMBR_SUPPORT_SWITCH
Default Value:
EXTD_LAC_PAGING_SUPPORT_SWITCH
:0,AMBR_SUPPORT_SWITCH:0
Macc BSC6
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SET
UDPUCFG
DATA

WRFD010301

Paging UE in Idle,
CELL_PCH, URA_PCH
State (Type 1)

Meaning: This parameter defines the times


of retransmission of paging messages. If
the times of retransmission exceed the
value of this parameter, retransmission
stops. For details, refer to the 3GPP TS
25.331 protocol.
GUI Value Range: 0~2
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~2
Default Value: 0

Macc BSC6
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es

SET
UDPUCFG
DATA

WRFD010301

Paging UE in Idle,
CELL_PCH, URA_PCH
State (Type 1)

Meaning: This parameter defines the times


of retransmission of paging messages. If
the times of retransmission exceed the
value of this parameter, retransmission
stops. For details, refer to the 3GPP TS
25.331 protocol.

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

GUI Value Range: 0~2


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~2
Default Value: 0
DRX
Cycl
eLen
Coef

BSC6
900

ADD
UCNDOMAI
N
MOD
UCNDOMAI
N

WRFD150205
WRFD010401
WRFD140206

Layered Paging in Idle


Mode
System Information
Broadcasting
Layered Paging in
URA_PCH

Meaning:
Discontinuous Reception (DRX) cycle
length coefficient of the CN domain, which
is broadcast in SIB1 and used by UEs in the
idle mode.
This parameter is an advanced parameter
and must be modified only with the
assistance of Huawei technical support
personnel.
GUI Value Range: 6~9
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 6~9
Default Value: 6

DRX
Cycl
eLen
Coef

BSC6
910

ADD
UCNDOMAI
N
MOD
UCNDOMAI
N

WRFD150205
WRFD010401
WRFD140206

Layered Paging in Idle


Mode
System Information
Broadcasting
Layered Paging in
URA_PCH

Meaning:
Discontinuous Reception (DRX) cycle
length coefficient of the CN domain, which
is broadcast in SIB1 and used by UEs in the
idle mode.
This parameter is an advanced parameter
and must be modified only with the
assistance of Huawei technical support
personnel.
GUI Value Range: 6~9
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 6~9
Default Value: 6

SET UFRC

WRFD010302
WRFD010301
WRFD150205

Paging UE in
CELL_FACH,
CELL_DCH State (Type
2)
Paging UE in Idle,
CELL_PCH, URA_PCH
State (Type 1)
Layered Paging in Idle
Mode

Meaning: UTRAN-specific Discontinuous


Reception (DRX) cycle length coefficient. In
connected mode, the UE uses the shorter
one between CN-specific DRX cycle length
coefficient and UTRAN-specific DRX cycle
length coefficient. In idle mode, the UE can
use the DRX mode to receive paging
indications so as to reduce power
consumption; in this case, the UE needs to
monitor only one paging indication in one
paging occasion during each DRX cycle.
GUI Value Range: 3~9
Unit: None

DrxC BSC6
ycleL 900
enCo
ef

Para
mete
r ID

NE

MML
Command

Feature
ID

Feature Name

Description

Actual Value Range: 3~9


Default Value: 6
DrxC BSC6
ycleL 910
enCo
ef

SET UFRC

WRFD010302
WRFD010301
WRFD150205

Paging UE in
CELL_FACH,
CELL_DCH State (Type
2)
Paging UE in Idle,
CELL_PCH, URA_PCH
State (Type 1)
Layered Paging in Idle
Mode

Meaning: UTRAN-specific Discontinuous


Reception (DRX) cycle length coefficient. In
connected mode, the UE uses the shorter
one between CN-specific DRX cycle length
coefficient and UTRAN-specific DRX cycle
length coefficient. In idle mode, the UE can
use the DRX mode to receive paging
indications so as to reduce power
consumption; in this case, the UE needs to
monitor only one paging indication in one
paging occasion during each DRX cycle.
GUI Value Range: 3~9
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 3~9
Default Value: 6

8 Counters
Table 8-1 Counters
Counter ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Feature ID

Feature
Name

73429229

VS.ExtdPaging1.Att.Idle.CS

Number of
BSC6900
Extended
Paging
Attempts
Triggered by
CS
Conversationa
l Services to
Page UEs in
Idle Mode for
RNC

WRFD170104
WRFD010301

Seamless
Paging
Paging UE in
Idle,
CELL_PCH,
URA_PCH
State (Type
1)

73429229

VS.ExtdPaging1.Att.Idle.CS

Number of
BSC6910
Extended
Paging
Attempts
Triggered by
CS
Conversationa
l Services to
Page UEs in
Idle Mode for

WRFD170104
WRFD010301

Seamless
Paging
Paging UE in
Idle,
CELL_PCH,
URA_PCH
State (Type
1)

Counter ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Feature ID

Feature
Name

RNC
73429231

VS.ExtdPaging1.Succ.Idle.CS

Number of
BSC6900
Successful
Extended
Pagings
Triggered by
CS
Conversationa
l Services to
Page UEs in
Idle Mode for
RNC

WRFD170104
WRFD010301

Seamless
Paging
Paging UE in
Idle,
CELL_PCH,
URA_PCH
State (Type
1)

73429231

VS.ExtdPaging1.Succ.Idle.CS

Number of
BSC6910
Successful
Extended
Pagings
Triggered by
CS
Conversationa
l Services to
Page UEs in
Idle Mode for
RNC

WRFD170104
WRFD010301

Seamless
Paging
Paging UE in
Idle,
CELL_PCH,
URA_PCH
State (Type
1)

73429236

VS.ExtdPaging1.Att.Idle.CS.DRN
C

Number of
BSC6900
Extended
Paging
Attempts
Triggered by
CS
Conversationa
l Services to
Page UEs in
Idle Mode
over the Iur
Interface for
DRNC

WRFD170104
WRFD010301

Seamless
Paging
Paging UE in
Idle,
CELL_PCH,
URA_PCH
State (Type
1)

73429236

VS.ExtdPaging1.Att.Idle.CS.DRN
C

Number of
BSC6910
Extended
Paging
Attempts
Triggered by
CS
Conversationa
l Services to
Page UEs in
Idle Mode
over the Iur

WRFD170104
WRFD010301

Seamless
Paging
Paging UE in
Idle,
CELL_PCH,
URA_PCH
State (Type
1)

Counter ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
Interface for
DRNC

NE

Feature ID

Feature
Name