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Observation Counter Dictionary

Document number: PE/DCL/DD/0125

411--9001--125

Document status: Standard

Document issue:

15.154/EN

Product release:

GSM/BSS V15.1.1

Date:

May 2006

Copyright © 2000--2006 Nortel Networks, All Rights Reserved

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PUBLICATION HISTORY

System release:GSM/BSS V15.1.1

May 2006

Issue 15.154/EN Standard

Updated Chapter 4 Type and Class of counters to present counters by families

Removed information on BSC 12000 due to EOL (End Of Life)

Replaced all occurrences of BSC 2G with BSC 12000HC

Updated synthetic counters locators

February 2006

Issue 15.153/EN Standard

Updated definition of counter 1988 (section 5.3.2)

Updated the Q3 name of counter 3005/2 in table from section 4.1.16

November 2005

Issue 15.152/EN Standard

Updated dataflow diagram on intra--bts handover (section 2.4.3)

Updated synthetic counter 8707 (missing screenings are added to the formula)

Described toggling counters (section 3.7)

October 2005

Issue 15.151/EN Preliminary

Incorporated review comments

CR Q01206364: corrected the Q3 name of C2045 hoRequestOutgoingInterBss8W and C2051 hoRequestOutgoingInterBssSdcch8W

Updated the definition of counters 1835 and 1809/0

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July 2005

Issue 15.150/EN Draft

Updated the definitions of counter 2066, 2068, 1508, 15108/0 and 15109/0

Added a note to counter 3001/2, 3005/2

Removed the obsolete note on counters 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939 (Feature Id 22688 AMR based on traffic), and 2096 (Feature Id 15347 Network synchronization)

Updated for CR Q01121801--02: modified the BSC 2G V15 memory threshold on counter number (section 1.1.5)

Editorial update:

restructured Chapter 1 (created Chapter 2 on Data Flow Diagrams (DFD))on counter number (section 1.1.5) Editorial update: updated appendices System release:GSM/BSS V15.1 July 2005

updated appendicesChapter 1 (created Chapter 2 on Data Flow Diagrams (DFD)) System release:GSM/BSS V15.1 July 2005 Issue

System release:GSM/BSS V15.1

July 2005

Issue 15.107/EN Standard

CR Q01166072: modified the Q3 name of C1720 to radioFrameUIReceived (from abisTrauFrameUIReceived).

June 2005

Issue 15.106/EN Standard

Updated the descriptions of the counters pcuEdgeTdma15108s0 (15108/0) and pcuEdgeTdma15109s0 (15109/0) in section 5.9.

Updated for Feature Id 29485 V15.1.1 new counters introduction in V15.1 to avoid interface disruption. The counters 1508, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, and 2096 are all reserved for future use. See also the Publication History for April 2005 for Issue 15.103/EN Preliminary of this document.

Updated for Feature Id 28422 eMLPP support on a GSM network.

CR Q01157430: moved the counters 1086, 1087, and 1088 from section 5.4 to section 5.2.

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June 2005

Issue 15.105/EN Standard

CR Q01125865:

updated the formulas for the synthetic counters in section 5.6 (by adding the greaterperc term where required). greaterperc term where required).

reintroduced six synthetic counters in section 2.6 (8803, 8813, 9510, 9511, 9512,5.6 (by adding the greaterperc term where required). 9600) Removed information on BSC6000 due to EOL.

9600)

Removed information on BSC6000 due to EOL.

April 2005

Issue 15.104/EN Standard

Synchronized with 15.0.1 Standard.

April 2005

Issue 15.103/EN Preliminary

CR Q01081655: updated inter--BSS handover Data Flow Diagram in section 1.2.4.5, and inter--CELL intra--BSS Data Flow Diagram in section 1.2.4.4

V15.1.1 counters added, and their value is set to 0 in V15.1:

Feature Id 15347 Network synchronization: added counter 2096counters added, and their value is set to 0 in V15.1: Feature Id 22688 AMR based

Feature Id 22688 AMR based on traffic: added counters 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938,Feature Id 15347 Network synchronization: added counter 2096 1939 Feature Id 29479 Paging capacity increase --

1939

Feature Id 29479 Paging capacity increase -- UI mode -- BSC 3000: added counter 1508 counter 1508

Added the following counters: 1828/0, 1828/1, 1829/0, 1934/0, 2002/0, 2002/1, 2002/2, 2003/0

Integrated comments from V15.1 Draft review

Updated counter configuration list in section 4.2.1

Replaced transceiverZone/bts to bts/transceiverZone in object field of counter descriptions

Index clean--up (phase 2)

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March 2005

Issue 15.102/EN Draft

Synchronized with V15.1R Standard

Integrated late review comments from V15.0.1 Preliminary

Index clean--up (phase 1)

February 2005

Issue 15.101/EN Draft

Synchronized with V15.0.1 Preliminary

January 2005

Issue 15.100 /EN Draft

Feature Id 13913 ASCI Evolutions: updated counters 1193/8, 1722/0, 1722/1, 2052/0, 2053/0

Feature Id 25155 GPRS/EDGE Suspend and Resume:

added new counters 2066, 2067, 2068/0, 2068/1, 2071/0, 2071/1, 2072, 20732053/0 Feature Id 25155 GPRS/EDGE Suspend and Resume: added four new Data Flow Diagrams in new

added four new Data Flow Diagrams in new section 1.2.8 GPRS / EDGE Suspend and Resume Suspend and Resume

Feature Id 25494 EDGE Features: updated counter 15076/0

Feature Id 22915 Extended UL TBF: updated counters 15123/0 and 15193/0

Feature Id 26186 PS Paging Duplication on BSC: updated counters 1506/0, 1507/0 and 1507/4

Feature Id 26257 Paging Load Distribution on several LAPD: updated counters 15073/0 and 15073/1

Replaced occurrences of “BSC e3” by “BSC 3000” and “TCU e3” by “TCU 3000” (throughout the guide)

Looked for occurrences of End--Of--Life products (BTS S4000 Indoor 1900, BTS S4000 Outdoor 1900, BTS S4000 Smart 1900, BTS S2000 Indoor 1900 and BTS S2000E Outdoor 1900), but there was none.

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SYSTEM RELEASE: GSM/BSS V15.1R

January 2005

Issue 15.53/EN

CR Q00590181: added counters 1507/5 and 1803/5 in sections 1.3.16, 2.2, 2.3.1,

Update for Customer Readiness after internal review

November 2004

Issue 15.52/EN

Synchronized with V15.0 Standard

Feature Id 20571: DFD in section 1.2.10 for ASCI deleted. DFDs for main call scenarios replace the previous ones.

counter name updates in section 4.2.1

Dictionary presentation moved from end of section 1 to beginning of section 2.

Updated locators for counters 1821 to 1827

August 2004

Issue 15.51/EN

Feature Id 20571: added section 1.2.10 for ASCI. Added counter 1193/8 in several places.

Feature Id 23003: added section 2.2.2 for OTDI. updated counters 1722/0, 1722/1, 1723, 1724 and 1725

Feature Id 23717: added section 3.7 for Mobility Class Sensitivity Counters

Feature Id 24462: added Data Flow Diagram in section 1.2.10

Feature Id 26310: updated section 3.2.1. Added section 3.2.3

Feature Id 26479: added section 3.5 for BSCcounterlist size

CR Q00814652: added counters 1821 to 1827 in section 5.2

CR Q00934254: updated counters 1812, 1813, 1057, 1700, 1810, 1611, 1746 in section 5.2

Updated Appendix for V15.1R counter evolutions

Reorganized Appendix for V15.x evolutions

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SYSTEM RELEASE: GSM/BSS V15.0

October 2004

Issue 15.25/EN Standard -- CR Q00956244 remove Counters 3002, 3003, 3006, and 3007 for customer clarification.

Issue 15.24/EN Standard

Misc cleanups

September 2004

Issue 15.23/EN Standard

August 2004

Issue 15.22/EN Preliminary

CR Q00964502 -- updated counters 1164/28 and 1164/32.

Removed parens from three counter locator names so WorldView will work.

August 2004

Issue 15.21/EN Preliminary

CR Q00956890 -- updated counter 1803/4.

Issue 15.20/EN Preliminary

CR Q00956244 -- updated notes (Stating not implemented for v14.3 or v15) on counters 3002, 3003, 3006, and 3007.

August 2004

Issue 15.19/EN Preliminary

CR Q00953889 -- removed counter 1163/29.

July 2004

Issue 15.18/EN Preliminary

CR Q00955246 -- removed the string “Tch” from the counter names for counters 1065/1, 1066/1, 1067/1, and 1068/1.

Issue 15.17/EN Preliminary

Preparation for Helmsman release

July 2004

Issue 15.16/EN Preliminary

CR Q00941508 -- multiple changes and additions from comments CR.

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July 2004

Issue 15.15/EN Preliminary

CR Q00937150--02 -- Incorporated CR comments to correct Formulas and updated counters in Section 1 tables.

Issue 15.14/EN Preliminary

CR Q00940952 -- Incorporated CR comments for counter number 15193/0.

Issue 15.13/EN Preliminary

CR Q00862422 -- Added counters 3004/1 and 3004/2 in Chapters 1 and 2. Also placed them into the appropriate tables.

Issue 15.12/EN Preliminary

Added counters 1138/2/3/8 in Chapters 1, 2, and Appendix A for Feature 27215

July 2004

Issue 15.11/EN Preliminary

Reviewer remarks -- adding counters to Appendix tables.

June 2004

Issue 15.10/EN Preliminary

CR Q00903347 -- rename counters 1768/0, /1, 1769/0, /1, 1772/0, /1, and 1773/0, /1, by replacing the word “cell” with “BSS”.

Correcting locator tags, missing counters, and spelling errors from source and last load.

CR Q00918747 -- Removed counter 1052/0, 1052/1, and 1052/2, replaced with counter 1611/0 and 1611/1.

June 2004

Issue 15.08/EN Preliminary

From reviewers remarks:

Removed para 1.5.4.1 ORT & IPO synthetic counters and table. “IPO synthetic counters no more exist since V11 if same chapter already exist for V14 NTPs, it is a mistake”.

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Issue 15.07/EN Preliminary

Incorporated Counter name changes 1772/0, 1772/1, and 1773/0, 1773/1 received from email remarks.

Incorporated Counter definitions 15132/0 thru 15189/0 received from email remarks.

Incorporated CR Q00873161 updated counters 1611/3, 1612/0, and 1612/1.

Added Feature 26797 -- Directed Retry Counters

-- Erroneous_Frame_Number to ECU_Activation.

CR Q00184739--05

from

Counter

1721

name

changed

April 2004

Issue 15.06/EN Preliminary

Incorporated SME review comments.

March 2004

Issue 15.05/EN Preliminary

For CR Q00836666, deleted counters 3000/1, 3001/1, 3004/2 and 3005/1.

March 2004

Issue 15.04/EN Preliminary

Update for review comments.

For CR Q00835972--01, deleted 1835 counters cardSynthLoadBscb<x> and cardSynthLoadTscb<x>.

March 2004

Issue 15.03/EN Preliminary

For CR Q00835972--01,

cardSynthLoadBscb<x>Moy/Max counters.

For CR Q00792758, changed the description of SDCCH and changed the functions of counter numbers 1609/2 and 1611/2.

For CR Q00841812

Modified features:

deleted information concerning the 1835

Modified features: deleted information concerning the 1835 15015 GPRS TBF establishment improvement: one phase access

15015 GPRS TBF establishment improvement: one phase access

New features:

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January 2004

Issue 15.02/EN Draft

For CR Q00707442--01, incorporated minor changes.

December 2003

Issue 15.01/EN Draft Modified features:

EDGE Dynamic ABIS and AGPRS backhaulDecember 2003 Issue 15.01/EN Draft Modified features: EDGE Traffic Management WPS BSS2G and E3 queuing mechanism

EDGE Traffic ManagementModified features: EDGE Dynamic ABIS and AGPRS backhaul WPS BSS2G and E3 queuing mechanism enhancement WPS

WPS BSS2G and E3 queuing mechanism enhancementEDGE Dynamic ABIS and AGPRS backhaul EDGE Traffic Management WPS BSS2G and E3 access class barring

WPS BSS2G and E3 access class barring with class periodic rotationManagement WPS BSS2G and E3 queuing mechanism enhancement WPS BSS2G and E3 public access bandwidth protection

WPS BSS2G and E3 public access bandwidth protectionand E3 access class barring with class periodic rotation 19174 20231 22463 22464 22465 SYSTEM RELEASE:

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20231

22463

22464

22465

SYSTEM RELEASE: GSM/BSS V14.3

October 2003

Issue 14.11/EN Standard

August 2003

Issue 14.10/EN Preliminary

Added AMR V14 counters in appendix A.

Added new BSC 2G V14 counters and BSCe3 V14 counters in Appendix A.

Checked the AMR and e3 counters.

Added the following e3 counter description: 3002, 3003, 3006, 3007, 1507/0, 1507/1, 1507/2, 1507/3, 1507/4.

Added the following AMR counter description: 1197/2, 1197/3, 1780/1, 1780/2, 1906/0, 1917/1, 1929/1.

Modified the following counter description: 1780/0, 1917/0, 1929/0.

Added the following V14.3 counter description: 1816/0, 1817/0, 1818/0, 1819/0,

1820/0.

Modified the name of the following counters: 1803/0, 1803/1, 1803/2, 1803/3,

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Checked the S12000 introduction impact on this NTP.

Taken into account:

CR Q00685162S12000 introduction impact on this NTP. Taken into account: CR Q00686958 CR Q00184739 CR Q00185002 CR

CR Q00686958impact on this NTP. Taken into account: CR Q00685162 CR Q00184739 CR Q00185002 CR Q00182988 April

CR Q00184739on this NTP. Taken into account: CR Q00685162 CR Q00686958 CR Q00185002 CR Q00182988 April 2003

CR Q00185002Taken into account: CR Q00685162 CR Q00686958 CR Q00184739 CR Q00182988 April 2003 Issue 14.09/EN Preliminary

CR Q00182988account: CR Q00685162 CR Q00686958 CR Q00184739 CR Q00185002 April 2003 Issue 14.09/EN Preliminary Taken into

April 2003

Issue 14.09/EN Preliminary

Taken into account:

internal commentsApril 2003 Issue 14.09/EN Preliminary Taken into account: CR Q00548005 (correction, counters 15028/1 and 15030/1) CR

CR Q00548005 (correction, counters 15028/1 and 15030/1)14.09/EN Preliminary Taken into account: internal comments CR Q00566940 (correction, Annex of the document) CR

CR Q00566940 (correction, Annex of the document)CR Q00548005 (correction, counters 15028/1 and 15030/1) CR Q00581808 (counters 15005/0 and 15005/1) CR Q00581804

CR Q00581808 (counters 15005/0 and 15005/1)15030/1) CR Q00566940 (correction, Annex of the document) CR Q00581804 (counters 15005/0 and 15005/1) CR Q00614305

CR Q00581804 (counters 15005/0 and 15005/1)of the document) CR Q00581808 (counters 15005/0 and 15005/1) CR Q00614305 (counters 1606, 1607, 1608, 1701,

CR Q00614305 (counters 1606, 1607, 1608, 1701, 1609, 1611, 1613, 1700)and 15005/1) CR Q00581804 (counters 15005/0 and 15005/1) January 2003 Issue 14.07/EN Preliminary Taken into account:

January 2003

Issue 14.07/EN Preliminary

Taken into account:

CR Q00411337January 2003 Issue 14.07/EN Preliminary Taken into account: CR Q00548005 CR Q00500889 CR Q00470148 CR Q00431517

CR Q00548005Issue 14.07/EN Preliminary Taken into account: CR Q00411337 CR Q00500889 CR Q00470148 CR Q00431517 CR Q00431468

CR Q00500889Preliminary Taken into account: CR Q00411337 CR Q00548005 CR Q00470148 CR Q00431517 CR Q00431468 CR Q00389797

CR Q00470148Taken into account: CR Q00411337 CR Q00548005 CR Q00500889 CR Q00431517 CR Q00431468 CR Q00389797 CR

CR Q00431517account: CR Q00411337 CR Q00548005 CR Q00500889 CR Q00470148 CR Q00431468 CR Q00389797 CR Q00252063 CR

CR Q00431468CR Q00548005 CR Q00500889 CR Q00470148 CR Q00431517 CR Q00389797 CR Q00252063 CR Q00252054 CR Q00208602

CR Q00389797CR Q00500889 CR Q00470148 CR Q00431517 CR Q00431468 CR Q00252063 CR Q00252054 CR Q00208602 CR Q00583446

CR Q00252063CR Q00470148 CR Q00431517 CR Q00431468 CR Q00389797 CR Q00252054 CR Q00208602 CR Q00583446 CR Q00582009

CR Q00252054CR Q00431517 CR Q00431468 CR Q00389797 CR Q00252063 CR Q00208602 CR Q00583446 CR Q00582009 CR Q00566940

CR Q00208602CR Q00431468 CR Q00389797 CR Q00252063 CR Q00252054 CR Q00583446 CR Q00582009 CR Q00566940 PE/DCL/DD/0125

CR Q00583446CR Q00389797 CR Q00252063 CR Q00252054 CR Q00208602 CR Q00582009 CR Q00566940 PE/DCL/DD/0125 411--9001--125

CR Q00582009CR Q00252063 CR Q00252054 CR Q00208602 CR Q00583446 CR Q00566940 PE/DCL/DD/0125 411--9001--125 Standard

CR Q00566940CR Q00252054 CR Q00208602 CR Q00583446 CR Q00582009 PE/DCL/DD/0125 411--9001--125 Standard 15.154/EN May

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December 2002

Issue 14.06/EN Preliminary

Update for V14.3 system release (BSS)

IPO counters in paragraph 1.5.4.1 have been removed14.06/EN Preliminary Update for V14.3 system release (BSS) Mentions to instrument panel in paragraph 1.7.1 and

Mentions to instrument panel in paragraph 1.7.1 and 1.7.3 have been removed(BSS) IPO counters in paragraph 1.5.4.1 have been removed ORT has been changed in IPO for

ORT has been changed in IPO for the counter no. 9600 in paragraph A3.1panel in paragraph 1.7.1 and 1.7.3 have been removed November 2002 Issue 14.04/EN Preliminary Update for

November 2002

Issue 14.04/EN Preliminary

Update for V14.3 system release (BSS)

The following features have been taken into account:

BSC e3 counters (22526)(BSS) The following features have been taken into account: AR 1209--6 BSC e3 observation counters (22673)

AR 1209--6 BSC e3 observation counters (22673)have been taken into account: BSC e3 counters (22526) The following modifications have been made to

The following modifications have been made to the manual:

chapter 1 “Introduction”:The following modifications have been made to the manual: • The following counters have been added:

The following counters have been added:

all 19xx counters (refer to paragraph 1.5.2, 1.5.3 and 1.5.4.1--Raw permanent counters settable by the operator (AMR),

Chapter 2 “Counters Description”:permanent counters settable by the operator (AMR), • The following counters have been added: – all

The following counters have been added:

all 19xx counters (refer to paragraph 2.2.2--Raw permanent BSS counters (AMR).

SYSTEM RELEASE: GSM/BSS V13

October 2002

Issue 13.07/EN Standard

The following modifications have been made to the manual

Added screenings to the counter 1104 (1104/0 and 1104/1)The following modifications have been made to the manual Added screenings to the counter 1106 (1106/2

Added screenings to the counter 1106 (1106/2 and 1104/3)Added screenings to the counter 1104 (1104/0 and 1104/1) Copyright © 2000--2006 Nortel Networks Observation

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Issue 13.06/EN Standard

Minor editorial update

Issue 13.05/EN Preliminary

The following modifications have been made to the manual:

The following modifications have been made to the manual: Chapter 1 “Introduction” • Modified the following

Chapter 1 “Introduction”

Modified the following PCUSN Data Flow Diagrams (paragraph 1.2.9):

BVC flow control and MS flow control mechanisms

Discard of LLC PDUs

Establishment of an UL TBF in two phases access with first phase in CCCH

Establishment of an UL TBF during DL TBF

Normal UL TBF release

Abnormal release of an UL TBF due to non progression of V(Q)

Abnormal release of an UL TBF dueto non progression of V(Q) during full duplex transfer in the case that the DL TBF is also released

Non response from the mobile station after N3101 scheduled blocks (means with USF set in downlink)

Non response from the mobile station after N3101 scheduled blocks (means with USF set in downlink) during full duplex transfer, in the case that the DL TBF is also released

Non response from the mobile after UP_NASSIGNMAX Packet Uplink Assignment messages

Non progression from the mobile after UP_NASSIGNMAX Packet Uplink Assignment messages during full duplex transfer, in the case that the DL TBF is also released

Non response from the mobile after N3103 Packet Uplink Ack/Nack sent with FAI=1

Non response from the mobile after N3103 Packet Uplink Ack/Nack sent with FAI=1 during full transfer, in the case that the DL TBF is also released

Paging procedure initiated by the network for downlink packet transfer towards a MS in standby state

Downlink establishment towards a mobile in Ready State and Packet Idle Mode

Establishment with Packet Downlink Assignment and Packet Timeslot Reconfigure

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Normal DL TBF Release

Abnormal release of an DL TBF due to non progression of V(A)

Abnormal release of an DL TBF due to non progression of V(A) – Abnormal release of

Abnormal release of an DL TBF dueto non progression of V(A) during full duplex transfer, in the case that the UL TBF is also released

Non response from the mobile after N3105 downlink data with S/P=1

Non response from the mobile after N3105 downlink data with S/P=1 during full duplex transfer, in the case that the UL TBF is also released

Non response from the mobile after DN_NASSIGNMAX Packet Downlink Assignment messages

Non response from the mobile after DN_NASSIGNMAX Packet Downlink Assignment messages during full duplex transfer, in the case that the DL TBF is also released

Non response from the mobile after NN0002 downlink data blocks sent with FBI=1 and S/P=1

Non response from the mobile after NN0002 downlink data blocks sent with FBI=1 and S/P=1 during full duplex transfer, in the case that the UL TBF is also released

Preemption of radio timeslots

Cell reselection from cell A to cell B and establishment of a new uplink TBF in cell B

Created new paragraph 1--6 “Raw Permanent PCUSN Observation Counters”

Chapter 2 “Counter Description”:

The following counters have been modified:

1056 tchAveragedAvailableMoy/Max/Cum/Ech

1068 hoSuccessOutgoingInterBss

1078 hoSuccessOutgoingFirstInter

1700 tchAveragedAvailableTrZoneMoy/Max/Cum/Ech

15028/1 upMultiSlotRequest1

15028/2 upMultiSlotRequest2

15028/3 upMultiSlotRequest3

15028/4 upMultiSlotRequest4

15030/1 dwMultiSlotRequest1

15030/2 dwMultiSlotRequest2

15030/3 dwMultiSlotRequest3

15030/4 dwMultiSlotRequest4

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15031/1 FirstDlUnitDataFrame

15031/2 dlTBFAllocFailure

15031/3 dlTBFRadioFailure

15032/3 ulsecondPhaseAllocFailure

15034/0 PDANWithUlReq

15036/0 ulsecondPhaseRadioFailure

15041/0 upUserdatablocks

15043/0 RequestedRetransmittedDataBlocksDN

15058/4 dnPipebetween22and33kbps

15061/0 upPipeless11kbps

June 2002

Issue 13.04/EN Draft

March 2002

Issue 13.03/EN Standard

Changed to Standard -- minor editorial update

August 2001

Issue 13.02/EN Preliminary

V13.1 release update after internal review

The following changes were made in individual chapters:

About this documentThe following changes were made in individual chapters: • updated Paragraph “Applicability” • updated

updated Paragraph “Applicability”

updated Paragraph “How this document is organized”

Chapter 1 “Introduction”• updated Paragraph “How this document is organized” • updated Paragraph 1.1.1.1 “Observation types” •

updated Paragraph 1.1.1.1 “Observation types”

removed Paragraph 1.4 “Instrument panel observation counters(V10)”

removed Paragraph 1.5.2 “PCM links”

removed Paragraph 1.5.3 “Handovers”

updated Paragraph 1.6.2.1 “Raw permanent counters settable by the operator”

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created new Paragraph 1.6.3 “Correspondence between BSC 2G and BSC e3 Counters”

updated Paragraph 1.7.2.1 “Counter numbering”

updated Paragraph 1.7.3 “Counter definition”

Chapter 2 “Counter description”• updated Paragraph 1.7.3 “Counter definition” • removed Paragraph 2.2 “Raw instrument panel

removed Paragraph 2.2 “Raw instrument panel counters”

removed Paragraph 2.4.3 “Temporary PCM observation”

removed Paragraph 2.4.4 “Temporary Handover observation ”

removed Paragraph 2.6 “Synthetic instrument panel (IPO and ORT) counters”

updated the Function and Event fields of the counters 15057/0 to 15057/4

updated the Function and Event fields of the counters 15058/0 and 15058/1

created the new counters 15075/0 to 15075/4, and 15076/0 to 15076/1

July 2001

Issue 13.01/EN Draft

The following changes were made in individual chapters:

Chapter 1 “Introduction”The following changes were made in individual chapters: • updated Paragraph 1.1.1.1 “Observation types” with

updated Paragraph 1.1.1.1 “Observation types” with completion of the V13 release column

created Paragraph 1.2.2.3 “Abnormal Completions” with integration of the following data flow diagrams (DFDs):

no available resource (SDCCH)

negative response from the BTS

no response to CHANNEL ACTIVATE

timer 3101 expiry

incorrect first L3 message

traffic with the MSC closed

CONNECTION FAILURE indication

ERROR INDICATION

rejection from the MSC

updated Paragraph 1.2.7.4 with integration of the counters 3000/n to 3008/n

renamed Paragraph 1.6.1 “Raw counter configuration” by “Raw counter configuration (BSC 2G)”

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created Paragraph 1.6.2 “Raw counter configuration (BSC e3)” with integration of the counters 3000/n to 3008/n

Chapter 2 “Counter description”e3)” with integration of the counters 3000/n to 3008/n • created Paragraph 2.3 “Raw permanent BSS

created Paragraph 2.3 “Raw permanent BSS counters (BSC e3) with description of the following counters:

3000/n to 3008/n

Appendix A “V13 Release Counters”description of the following counters: – 3000/n to 3008/n • created Paragraph A.1 “V13 release counters”

created Paragraph A.1 “V13 release counters”

created Paragraph A.1.1 “New V13 counters” with integration of the counters 3000/n to 3008/n

System release: GSM/BSS V12

July 2001

Issue 12.09/EN Standard

The following changes were made in individual chapters:

Chapter 1 “Introduction”The following changes were made in individual chapters: • integrated the following data flow diagrams (DFDs):

integrated the following data flow diagrams (DFDs):

Immediate assignment: paging (normal completion), Paragraph 1.2.2.2

Dedicated channel assignment: mode modify, Paragraph 1.2.3.2

Intra--bts handover (normal completion), Paragraph 1.2.4.3

Inter--bss handover (normal completion), Paragraph 1.2.4.5

Direct retry handover, Paragraph 1.2.4.6

Radio channel release (DEACTIVATE SACCH ACK received before RELEASE INDICATION), Paragraph 1.2.5.1

Radio channel release (RELEASE INDICATION received before DEACTIVATE SACCH ACK), Paragraph 1.2.5.1

Connection clearing required by the BSC (normal completion), Paragraph 1.2.5.2

SMS service, Paragraph 1.2.6

Chapter 2 “Counter description”Paragraph 1.2.5.2 – SMS service, Paragraph 1.2.6 • Answer to the Service Request: HB10400 (SR –

Answer to the Service Request:

HB10400

(SR

30361193):

renamed

counter

“sccpResourceFailureBscFailure” by “sccpResourceFailureBscRefusal”

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updated Paragraph 2.8.2:

removed all the fields (Q3 name, Object, Function, Event, etc.) of PCU counters reserved for the manufacturer

updated the Event field of the counter 15032/0

renumbered the counter 15044 by 15044/0

updated the Function and Event fields of the counter 15048/1

updated the Event field of the counter 15050/0

updated the Event field of the counter 15051/0

changed the counter 15052 by 15052/0

updated the Function field of counters 15054/0 to 15054/4

changed the title of the counter 15058/0

updated the Note field of the counter 15066/0

May 2001

Issue 12.08/EN Preliminary

V12.4 release update after internal review

The following changes were made in individual chapters:

Chapter 1 “Introduction”The following changes were made in individual chapters: • created Paragraph 1.3.3 “PDTCH resources” •

created Paragraph 1.3.3 “PDTCH resources”

integrated the following data flow diagrams (DFDs):

immediate assignment (normal completion), Paragraph 1.2.2.1

queuing in the assignment procedure (successful completion), Paragraph 1.2.2.3

dedicated channel assignment (normal completion), Paragraph 1.2.3.1

dedicated channel assignment (no resource available), Paragraph 1.2.3.3

inter--cell intra--bss handover (normal completion with communication on TRAFFIC phase), Paragraph 1.2.4.4

connection clearing required by the MSC (normal completion), Paragraph 1.2.5.2

GPRS procedure (normal completion), Paragraph 1.2.7.1

GPRS procedure (no resource available for PDTCH preemption), Paragraph 1.2.7.2

GPRS procedure (negative acknowledgement by the PCU after the BSC attempted to preempt a PDTCH to make a TCH channel), Paragraph 1.2.7.3

Chapter 2 “Counter description”to preempt a PDTCH to make a TCH channel), Paragraph 1.2.7.3 • updated existing “Dataflows” fields

updated existing “Dataflows” fields and created new ones

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Issue 12.07/EN Draft

The following changes were made in individual chapters:

Chapter 1 “Introduction”The following changes were made in individual chapters: • created Paragraph 1.2.7 “GPRS” and added three

created Paragraph 1.2.7 “GPRS” and added three data flow diagrams (DFDs):

GPRS procedure (normal completion)

GPRS procedure (no resource available for PDTCH preemption)

GPRS procedure (negative acknowledgement by the PCU after a PDTCH preemption)

gave the list of the 193 counters impacted by the circuit/packet aspect

created new DFDs:

dedicated channel assignment (no resource available)

queuing in the assignment procedure (normal completion)

updated existing DFDs:

immediate assignment (normal completion)

dedicated channel assignment (normal completion)

intercell handover (normal completion)

connection clearing required by the MSC (normal completion)

Chapter 2 “Counter description”connection clearing required by the MSC (normal completion) • Answer to Service Requests: – NK10370: corrected

Answer to Service Requests:

NK10370: corrected counter number for counters 15053/0 nbSamplesUpQuality and 15053/1 nbSamplesDnQuality

NK10371: corrected counter

counters 15058/2

dnTbfImmediateAssignment and 15058/1 upTbfImmAssigRejectNoPdch

NK10231: updated definition of counter 1057

EE10113: updated definition of counter 1057

NK10245: added DFDs for the following counters: 1039, 1052, 1057, 1609, 1611, 1812, 1813, 1814, 1815

NK10200: updated definition of counters 1812 and 1813

SR 30349641 (master SR 30318353): updated definition of counter 1812

HK10522: updated definition of counters 1609/0, 1609/2, 1611/0, 1611/2

ER10013: updated definition of counter 1700

updated the definition of all the counters concerned by TCH/FR and preempted PDTCH

updated the availability date of PCUSN counters (Paragraph 2.8)

number for

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March 2001

Issue 12.06/EN Draft

V12.4 release update after internal review

The following changes were made in individual chapters:

The following changes were made in individual chapters: Chapter 2 “Counter description” • updated the

Chapter 2 “Counter description”

updated the description of the triggering event of C15029/1, C15029/2, C15029/3, C15029/4, C15031/1, C15031/2, C15031/3, C15031/4

updated the description of the function of C15039, C15040/0, C15042/0, C15042/2, C15044

January 2001

Issue 12.05/EN Draft

The following changes were made in individual chapters:

Chapter 2 “Counter description”The following changes were made in individual chapters: • Answer to Service Requests: – SR 30330395

Answer to Service Requests:

SR 30330395 (30430423): removed C15057/5 lossOfComNT1001

SR EE00526 (30340254): added to C9500 bscSdcchAveragedUsedMoy/Max/Ech/Cum and to C9501 bscTchFrAveragedUsedMoy/Max/Ech/Cum, Paragraph 2.5

completed the description of PCUSN counters, Paragraph 2.8

added data flow diagrams to the description of counters C1812, C1813, C1814, and C1815, Paragraph 2.1

September 2000

Issue 12.04/EN Standard

The following changes were made in individual chapters:

The following changes were made in individual chapters: Chapter 2 “Counter description” • Answer to Service

Chapter 2 “Counter description”

Answer to Service Requests:

EE00525 C1839/n and C1840/n location is not on bts object, but on adjacentCellHandOver object

completed the description of C1161/5, and C1629/0

added three synthetic GSM--R specific counters: C8912, C8913, and C8919

June 2000

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The following changes were made in individual chapters:

Updated 10 counters (1028, 1029, 1030, 1031, 1163/16, 1163/17, 1164/16, 1164/17, 1604, 1605) 1164/17, 1604, 1605)

Answer to Service Requests:1030, 1031, 1163/16, 1163/17, 1164/16, 1164/17, 1604, 1605) • HT90289: added counter 1730 • EE90235: added

HT90289: added counter 1730

EE90235: added counters 8723, 8724, 8725, 8736

30092371: noted that counters 1766/0, 1766/1, 1767/0 and 1767/1 are V11 specific counters

30112359: updated counters 1803/0 to 1803/4

30114015: added counter 1841/1

30124292: counter 1106 became counter 1106/0 and counter 1106/1

30125561: added counter 1700 in ORT list

30127417: counters 1600 and 1603, 1623 and 1624, 1625 and 1626 created for transceiverZone object

30127418: counters 1057 and 1060 are created for transceiverZone object

30135126: added counter 8040 (synthetic permanent)

March 2000

Issue 12.02/EN Draft

V12.4 release update

The following changes were made in individual chapters:

Chapter 2 “Counter description”The following changes were made in individual chapters: • added GPRS counters • added counters related

added GPRS counters

added counters related to feature TF995 “Automatic cell tiering”

January 2000

Issue 12.01/EN Draft

Creation:

Chapter 1 “Introduction” contains the former Chapter 4 “BSS observation principles” which was removed from Manual < 07 >. principles” which was removed from Manual < 07 >.

Chapter 2 “Counter description” contains the former Chapter 5 “Dictionary of observation counters” which was removed from Manual < ns the former Chapter 5 “Dictionary of observation counters” which was removed from Manual < 07 >.

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1 Introduction

1--1

2 Observation counter incrementation and DFDs

2--1

2.1 Radio resource allocation

2--1

2.1.1

SDCCH allocation request

2--1

2.1.2

TCH allocation request in primo-allocation

2--2

2.1.3

TCH allocation request for traffic

2--3

2.2 Call setup

2--4

2.2.1

Immediate assignment procedure (normal completion)

2--5

2.2.2

Immediate assignment procedure with OTDI (normal completion)

2--9

2.2.3

Paging procedure

2--10

2.2.4

Immediate assignment procedure (failure cases)

2--13

2.3 Dedicated channel assignment

2--38

2.3.1

Nominal procedure

2--38

2.3.2

MODE MODIFY procedure

2--45

2.3.3

No resource available and queuing not activated

2--47

2.3.4

Queuing procedure (successful completion)

2--49

2.4 Handovers

2--56

2.4.1

Overview

2--56

2.4.2

Accounting principles

2--58

2.4.3

Intra-bts handover procedure

2--59

2.4.4

Inter cell intra--bss handover procedure (normal completion)

2--65

2.4.5

Inter-bss handover procedure

2--72

2.4.6

Directed retry handover procedure

2--80

2.5 Resource release

2--82

2.5.1 Radio channel release

2--82

2.5.2 Connection release

2--89

2.6 SMS service

2--103

2.7 GPRS

2--107

2.7.1

Nominal procedure (in the case of Mobile Originating Call)

2--107

2.7.2

GPRS procedure: no resource available for a PDTCH preemption

2--116

2.7.3

GPRS procedure: negative acknowledgement by the PCU for a PDTCH preemption

2--119

2.7.4

Counter behavior when GPRS is activated

2--123

2.8 GPRS/EDGE Suspend and Resume

2--133

2.8.1

GPRS/EDGE Suspend procedure with RAU message (nominal procedure)

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2.8.3 GPRS/EDGE Suspend procedure with Resume message (nominal procedure)

2--138

2.8.4 GPRS/EDGE Suspend procedure with Resume message (failure case)

2--139

2.9 BSC equipment

2--142

2.9.1

CPUE overload

2--142

2.10 PCUSN

2--143

2.10.1

Flow control

2--143

2.10.2

LLC Discarded

2--144

2.10.3

UL TBF Establishment: Normal Completion

2--146

2.10.4

UL TBF Establishment: UL TBF Establishment during DL transfer

2--148

2.10.5

UL TBF Release: Normal Completion

2--150

2.10.6

Abnormal OL TBF Release: lossOfComNN0002

2--152

2.10.7

Abnormal UL TBF Release (FULL Duplex): LossOfComNN0002

2--154

2.10.8

Abnormal UL TBF Release: N3101

2--156

2.10.9

Abnormal UL TBF Release (FULL Duplex): N3101

2--158

2.10.10

Abnormal UL TBF Release: UP_NASSIGNMAX

2--160

2.10.11

Abnormal UL TBF Release (FULL Duplex): UP_NASSIGNMAX

2--163

2.10.12

Abnormal UL TBF Release: N3103

2--166

2.10.13

Abnormal UL TBF Release (FULL Duplex): N3103

2--168

2.10.14

DL TBF Establishment: MS in Standby State

2--170

2.10.15

DL TBF Establishment: MS in Ready State

2--173

2.10.16

DL TBF Establishment during UL transfer

2--175

2.10.17

DL TBF Release: Normal Completion

2--176

2.10.18

Abnormal DL TBF Release: lossOfComNN0002

2--178

2.10.19

Abnormal DL TBF Release (FULL Duplex): lossOfComNN0002

2--180

2.10.20

Abnormal DL TBF Release: N3105

2--183

2.10.21

Abnormal DL TBF Release (FULL Duplex): N3105

2--185

2.10.22

Abnormal DL TBF Release: DN_NASSIGNMAX

2--188

2.10.23

Abnormal DL TBF Release (FULL Duplex): DN_NASSIGNMAX

2--190

2.10.24

Abnormal DL TBF Release: No final PDAN

2--193

2.10.25

Abnormal DL TBF Release (FULL Duplex): No final PDAN

2--195

2.10.26

Preemption of radio timeslots

2--198

2.10.27

Cell update: Packet Transfer

2--200

2.11 Advanced Speech Call Items (ASCI) (GSM--R)

2--203

3 BSS Observation management principles

3--1

3.1 Observation types (OGS, OFS, ORT, ODIAG, temporary)

3--1

3.2 Observation management

3--2

3.2.1

Observed entities

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3.2.2 Observation domains

3--2

3.2.3 Observations and alarms

3--2

3.3 Observation counter types (totalizer, value, load)

3--3

3.3.1 Cumulative counters

3--3

3.3.2 Value counters

3--4

3.3.3 Load counters

3--5

3.4 Customized counter names

3--6

3.5 Maximum number of counters

3--6

3.5.1 Number of counter Ids per observation type

3--6

3.5.2 Use of BSC memory

3--7

3.5.3 DRAM limitation on BSC 12000HC V15

3--7

3.6 Observation classes

3--11

3.7 Mobility Class Sensitivity Counters

3--11

4

Type and class of counters

4--1

4.1

Permanent bsc observation counters

4--1

4.1.1 Abis Level 1

4--2

4.1.2 Abis Level 2

4--8

4.1.3 A interface

4--8

4.1.4 AMR

4--9

4.1.5 AMR on TrZone

4--12

4.1.6 ASCI

4--15

4.1.7 BSC

4--17

4.1.8 BSC 3G

4--18

4.1.9 BSC -- Load of processor

4--20

4.1.10 CCCH Monitoring

4--23

4.1.11 Channel mode

4--25

4.1.12 Dedicated channel assignement

4--26

4.1.13 Directed retry

4--27

4.1.14 EDGE

4--27

4.1.15 Establishment

4--28

4.1.16 Global handovers

4--29

4.1.17 GPRS

4--31

4.1.18 GPRS on TrZone

4--32

4.1.19 Inter--bss handovers

4--34

4.1.20 Interferences

4--35

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4--36

4.1.22 Intra--cell handovers

4--38

4.1.23 Layer One Management

4--38

4.1.24 Layer One Management on TrZone

4--39

4.1.25 Neighbor cells

4--40

4.1.26 OMC interface

4--41

4.1.27 PCM

4--42

4.1.28 Releases of communications in signalling phase

4--42

4.1.29 Releases of communications in traffic phase

4--43

4.1.30 SDCCH allocations on TrZone

4--44

4.1.31 SMS

4--45

4.1.32 TCH allocations

4--46

4.1.33 TCH allocations on TrZone

4--48

4.1.34 WPS

4--50

4.2 Raw permanent BSS counters configuration

4--53

4.2.1 Raw counters configuration (all BSC)

4--53

4.2.2 Correspondence between BSC 12000HC and BSC 3000 counters

4--82

4.3 Synthetic permanent BSS counters configuration

4--84

4.4 Temporary observation counters (BSC 12000HC)

4--88

4.4.1 Temporary Abis interface

4--88

4.4.2 Temporary interference

4--89

4.4.3 Temporary SS7 link

4--89

4.5 Manager counters

4--90

4.5.1 Manager cpu

4--90

4.5.2 Manager database

4--90

4.5.3 Manager disk usage

4--90

4.5.4 Manager X25

4--92

4.6 Md counters

4--93

4.6.1 FMD--R disk usage

4--93

4.6.2 FTAM

4--95

4.6.3 MD--R activity

4--95

4.6.4 MD--R cpu

4--96

4.6.5 MD--R database

4--97

4.6.6 MD--R X25

4--97

4.7 Raw Permanent PCUSN Observation Counters

4--98

4.7.1

PCUSN Observation Classes

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4--100

4.7.3 PCUSN counter families

4--107

4.7.4 Throughput Counters and Satisfaction Rate Counters

4--116

Counter description

5--1

5.1 Dictionary presentation

5--1

5.1.1 Dictionary contents

5--1

5.1.2 Observation counter references

5--1

5.1.3 Counter definition

5--2

5.1.4 Basic definitions

5--4

5.2 Raw permanent BSS counters (BSC 12000HC) (from 1084 to 1835)

5--7

5.3 Raw permanent BSS counters (BSC 3000, AMR)

5--29

5.3.1 Raw permanent BSS counters (BSC 3000) (from 1065/1 to 3008/3)

5--29

5.3.2 Raw permanent BSS counters (AMR) (from 1197/2 to 1988/0)

5--54

5.4 Raw permanent BSS counters (common to BSC 12000HC, BSC 3000, and AMR) (from 1026 to

2068/1)

5--103

5.5 Raw temporary counters (ODIAG excluded) (from 5000 to 5610)

5--461

5.5.1 Temporary Interference observation

5--461

5.5.2 Temporary SS7 link observation

5--461

5.5.3 Temporary Abis interface observation

5--464

5.6 Synthetic permanent BSS counters (from 8000 to 9600)

5--473

5.6.1 Constants

5--473

5.6.2 Synthetic permanent BSS counters by counter number

5--473

5.6.3 Other synthetic permanent BSS counters

5--533

5.6.4 Synthetic permanent PCU counters

5--541

5.7 Raw permanent md counters (from 9940 to 10050)

5--544

5.7.1 SYBASE counters (from 9940 to 10050)

5--544

5.7.2 SCSE counters (from 9970 to 9974)

5--548

5.7.3 UNIX counters (from 9984 to 10046)

5--549

5.7.4 Q3 counters (from 10000 to 10038)

5--554

5.8 Raw permanent manager counters

5--567

5.8.1 SYBASE c ounters

5--567

5.8.2 X.25 counters

5--571

5.8.3 UNIX counters

5--572

5.9 Raw permanent PCUSN counters (from 15001 to 15195)

5--576

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6--2

A.2

Delta between V15.1R and V15.1.1

6--2

A.2.1

BSS counters added since V15.1R

6--2

A.2.2

BSS counters removed since V15.1R

6--3

A.3

Delta between V15.0 and V15.1.1

6--6

A.3.1

PCUSN counters added since V15.0

6--6

A.3.2

BSS counters added since V15.0

6--12

A.3.3

BSS counters removed since V15.0

6--14

A.4

Delta between V15.0.1 and V15.1.1

6--17

A.4.1

BSS counters added since V15.0.1

6--17

A.4.2

BSS counters removed since V15.0.1

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Guidelines for locating a BSS observation counter

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Figure 4--1

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Table 3--2

Toggling counters

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ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT

This Observation Counter Dictionary is a reference guide describing all GSM BSS network observation counters managed through the OMC--R.

Applicability

This document applies to the V15.1.1 system release.

This document is part of the BSS Nortel Networks Technical Publications (NTPs).

It is closely associated with the following manuals:

The BSS Operating Principles manual (NTP < 07 >) describes general operating principles and explains the mechanisms that enable Man-Machine interface commands. commands.

The BSS Parameter Dictionary (NTP < 124 >) contains all the parameters used in OMC--R commands. in OMC--R commands.

The OMC--R User Manual (NTPs < 128 >, < 129 > and < 130 >) is a user-oriented guide to performing Human-Machine interface commands. user-oriented guide to performing Human-Machine interface commands.

The BSS Operating Procedures Manual (NTP < 34 >) describes various procedures that help users operate or reconfigure a BSS. procedures that help users operate or reconfigure a BSS.

Precautionary message

The following message:

CAUTION GSM--R specific Indicates that specific equipment and specific software (such as specific software in

CAUTION

GSM--R specific

Indicates that specific equipment and specific software (such as specific software in the BSC) dedicated to Railway application is used and that the feature is therefore not available for all standard GSM users.

Some GSM--R specific counters listed in this dictionary contain “(GSM--R V12)” in the “Feature” field because they were introduced in V12.

Audience

This document is intended for:

OMC--R administratorsintroduced in V12. Audience This document is intended for: OMC--R maintenance attendants GSM network engineers users

OMC--R maintenance attendantsThis document is intended for: OMC--R administrators GSM network engineers users who want to know more

GSM network engineersfor: OMC--R administrators OMC--R maintenance attendants users who want to know more about OMC--R Copyright ©

users who want to know more about OMC--ROMC--R maintenance attendants GSM network engineers Copyright © 2000--2006 Nortel Networks Observation

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Prerequisites

Users must be familiar with networking principles.

They must also be familiar with the following manuals :

< BSS Product Documentation Overview

< BSS Overview

< OMC--R Architecture and Reference Manual

< BSS Operating Principles

< OMC--R Preventive and Corrective Maintenance Manual

< BSS Operating procedures

< BSS Parameter Dictionary

< OMC--R User Manual -- Volume 1 of 3: Object and Fault menus

< OMC--R User Manual -- Volume 2 of 3: Configuration, Performance, and Maintenance menus

< 130 > :

00 >

01 >

06 >

07 >

32 >

34 >

:

:

:

:

:

:

124 > :

128 > :

129 > :

OMC--R User Manual -- Volume 3 of 3: Security, Administration, SMS--CB, and Help menus

How this document is organized

This document is organized into three main chapters:

Chapter 1 “Introduction” contains general information on observation counters. ral information on observation counters.

Chapter 2 “Observation counter incrementation principles and data flow diagrams (DFD) explains the precise incrementation conditions of many counters. entation principles and data flow diagrams (DFD) explains the precise incrementation conditions of many counters.

Chapter 5 “Counter description” describes all the observation counters listed by families, and explains their use. families, and explains their use.

Appendix A “V15 release counters” contains new, modified and deleted V15 release observation counters.counters listed by families, and explains their use. Vocabulary conventions The glossary is presented in Manual

Vocabulary conventions

The glossary is presented in Manual < 00 >.

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1 INTRODUCTION

Figure 1--1 provides the user with guidelines for locating a BSS observation counter in the dictionary of counters, starting from different points.

Starting point The type and class of the counter are known (for example: The number
Starting point
The type and class of
the counter are known
(for example:
The number of the
counter is known
(for example: 1055)
permanent/handover)
The Q3 name of the
counter is known
(for example: assign-
Failure)
See Chapter 4
See the index of
counters at the end
of the manual
Search for the counter in the Dictionary of counters
(numerical lists in Chapter 5)
Figure 1--1
Guidelines for locating a BSS observation counter

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2 OBSERVATION COUNTER INCREMENTATION AND DFD

This chapter describes the principles of Observation counter incrementation and Data Flow Diagrams (DFDs).

2.1 Radio resource allocation

2.1.1 SDCCH allocation request

SDCCH allocation request SDCCH resource Yes available
SDCCH allocation request
SDCCH resource
Yes
available

NoSDCCH allocation request SDCCH resource Yes available No handover in--progress and TCH resource available Y e

No handover in--progress and TCH resource available

No handover in--progress and TCH resource available

Yes

No handover in--progress and TCH resource available Y e s

Nohandover in--progress and TCH resource available Y e s sdcchRessourceFailure sdcchAllocated sdcchAveragedUsed

sdcchRessourceFailure

sdcchAllocated sdcchAveragedUsed allSdcchAllocatedTime (possibly)

tchFrAllocated (cause = Overflow) tchFrAveragedUsed (cause = Overflow) allTchFrAllocatedTime (possibly)

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2.1.2 TCH allocation request in primo-allocation

TCH allocation request in primo--allocation TCH resource Yes available No SDCCH resource Yes available
TCH allocation request in primo--allocation
TCH resource
Yes
available
No
SDCCH resource
Yes
available

NoYes available No SDCCH resource Yes available tchFrRessourceFailure tchFrAllocated (cause =

tchFrRessourceFailure

tchFrAllocated (cause = Primo--allocation) tchFrAveragedUsed (cause = Primo--allocation) allTchFrAllocatedTime (possibly)

sdcchAllocated sdcchAveragedUsed allSdcchAllocatedTime (possibly)

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2.1.3 TCH allocation request for traffic

Attempt of allocation of a TCH TCH resource Yes available
Attempt of allocation
of a TCH
TCH resource
Yes
available

Noof allocation of a TCH TCH resource Yes available tchFr/HrAllocated (cause = TCH channel) tchFr/HrAveragedUsed

tchFr/HrAllocated (cause = TCH channel) tchFr/HrAveragedUsed (cause = TCH channel) allTchFrAllocatedTime (possibly)

Request can be queued

Yes

No

No

tchFr/HrResourceFailure

 

tchAverageQueueLength (cause highest priority or internal priority)

Each time a queueing request is served (set from a queue to the TCH pool)

tchFr/HrAllocated (cause = TCH channel) tchFr/HrAveragedUsed (cause = TCH channel) allTchFrAllocatedTime (possibly) tchAverageQueueLength (cause = highest priority or internal priority) tchQueueingDuration

tchQueueingExpiration (cause = highest priority or internal priority)

tchAverageQueueLength (cause = highest priority or internal priority) tchQueueingDuration

= highest priority or internal priority) tchQueueingDuration Each time a queueing request is extracted from a

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Call setup is initiated by the mobiles (Mobile Originating Call setup) or the MSC (Mobile Terminating Call setup).

In the second case, a paging procedure precedes the immediate assignment procedure.

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2.2.1 Immediate assignment procedure (normal completion) Data Flow Diagram: immediate assignment procedure (normal completion)

MS

BTS

BSC

MSC

CHANNEL_REQUEST CHANNEL_REQUIRED 1748 1702 1191/n (1) 1730 (1) 1606 1607 1744 (2) 1746 (2) 1609/2
CHANNEL_REQUEST
CHANNEL_REQUIRED
1748
1702
1191/n
(1)
1730
(1)
1606
1607
1744
(2)
1746
(2)
1609/2
(2)
1611/2
(2)
CHANNEL_ACTIVATE
Set timer TchnAck
1629/0
CHANNEL_ACTIVATE_ACK
Reset timer TchnAck
IMMEDIATE_ASSIGNMENT
_COMMAND
IMMEDIATE_ASSIGNMENT
Set timer T3101
1749
1192/n
SABM(CM_SERVICE REQUEST)
ESTABLISH_INDICATION
Reset timer T3101
1750
CONNECTION_REQUEST
1193/n
(L3_INFORMATION
1195 or 1196
CM_SERVICE_REQUEST)
1108
1502
CONNECTION_CONFIRM
1105
START_MEASUREMENT_REQUEST
1104/0
START_MEASUREMENT_REQ_ACK
DTAP (CM_SERVICE_ACCEPT)
1107
DTAP (CM_SERVICE_ACCEPT)
1501
CM_SERVICE_ACCEPT
ALERTING
DTAP (ALERTING)
DTAP (ALERTING)
1108
1500

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(1) The following counters are incremented depending on the cause value in the CHANNEL REQUIRED message:

1191 cause 000on the cause value in the CHANNEL REQUIRED message: 1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001 1191/2

1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001cause value in the CHANNEL REQUIRED message: 1191 cause 000 1191/2 for cause 010 1191/3 for

1191/2 for cause 010message: 1191 cause 000 1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001 1191/3 for cause 011 1191/4 and

1191/3 for cause 011cause 000 1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001 1191/2 for cause 010 1191/4 and 1730 for

1191/4 and 1730 for cause 1001730 for cause 001 1191/2 for cause 010 1191/3 for cause 011 1191/5 for cause 101

1191/5 for cause 101cause 010 1191/3 for cause 011 1191/4 and 1730 for cause 100 1191/6 for cause 110

1191/6 for cause 110cause 011 1191/4 and 1730 for cause 100 1191/5 for cause 101 1191/7 for cause 111

1191/7 for cause 1111730 for cause 100 1191/5 for cause 101 1191/6 for cause 110 (2) If no SDCCH

(2) If no SDCCH is available, the BSC may try to allocate a TCH in signaling mode. In this case, the following counters are incremented: 1744, 1746, 1609/2, 1611/2

List of the counters incremented during this procedure:

Counter

Counter name

Function

number

1104/0

sccpAllocated

number of SCCP connections for SSN BSSMAP in the BSC

1105

sccpAveragedUsedMoy/Max/

average number of SCCP connections established

Cum/Ech

1107

aInputMessage

number of BSSAP messages received by the BSC

1108

aOutputMessage

number of BSSAP messages sent by the BSC

1191/n

channelRequestCauseXxx

number of channel allocation requests: Cause xxx

[n= 0 to 7]

1192/n

immediateAssignmentSuccess

number of successful immediate assignments: Cause xxx

[n= 0 to 7]

CauseXxx

1193/n

estabIndicSignallingCauseXxx

number of ESTABLISH INDICATION messages in establishment phase received for mobile originating calls:

Cause Xxx

[n= 0 to 3]

1195

estabIndicSigPhaseI

number of ESTABLISH INDICATION messages in establishment phase received for Phase I mobiles

1196

estabIndicSigPhaseII

number of ESTABLISH INDICATION messages in establishment phase received for Phase II mobiles

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Counter

Counter name

Function

number

1500

aTransparentUp

number of DTAP messages sent by the BSC to the MSC

1501

aTransparentDown

number of DTAP messages received

1502

aNonTransparentUp

number of BSSMAP messages sent by the BSC

1606

sdcchAllocatedTrZone

number of SDCCH allocated in the zone (concentric cell)

1607

sdcchAveragedUsedTrZoneMoy/

average number of SDCCHs used in the inner or outer zone of the cell

Max/Cum/Ech

1609/2

tchFrAllocatedOverflowAllocati

number of TCH/FR allocated in the inner or outer zone of the cell because of SDCCH unavailability

onTrZone

1611/2

tchFrAveragedUsedOverflowAlloc

average and maximum number of TCH/FR used in the inner or outer zone of the cell because of SDCCH unavailability

ationTrZone

Moy/Max/Cum/Ech

1629/0

channelActivateSignallingFull

number of Full Rate channels activated for signaling

Rate

1702

channelRequestExtended

number of receipt of CHANNEL REQUIRED message with a timing advance greater than 63

1730

pagingResponse

number of responses to paging requests in the cell

1744

tchFrAllocated

number of TCH/FR or preempted PDTCH allocated in the cell or number of TCH/FR or preempted PDTCH allocated in the inner or outer zone of the concentric cell

or

tchFrAllocatedTrZone

1746

tchFrAveragedUsedMoy/Max/

average number of TCH/FR or preempted PDTCH used in the cell or average number of TCH/FR or preempted PDTCH used in the inner or outer zone of the cell

Cum/Ech

or

tchFrAveragedUsedTrZoneMoy/M

ax/Cum/Ech

1748

channelRequest

number of channel allocation requests

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Counter

Counter name

Function

number

1749

immediateAssignmentSuccess

number of successful immediate assignments

1750

estabIndicSignalling

number of ESTABLISH INDICATION messages in establishment phase received

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2.2.2 Immediate assignment procedure with OTDI (normal completion)

This procedure used to establish group calls (VCS or VGCS) includes Originator To Dispatcher Information (OTDI) in the setup message.

MS

BTS

BSC

MSC

CHANNEL_REQUEST CHANNEL_REQUIRED 1748 1702 1191/n (1) 1730 (1) 1606 1607 1744 (2) 1746 (2) 1609/2
CHANNEL_REQUEST
CHANNEL_REQUIRED
1748
1702
1191/n
(1)
1730
(1)
1606
1607
1744
(2)
1746
(2)
1609/2
(2)
1611/2
(2)
CHANNEL_ACTIVATE
Set timer TchnAck
1629/0
CHANNEL_ACTIVATE_ACK
Reset timer TchnAck
IMMEDIATE_ASSIGNMENT
_COMMAND
IMMEDIATE_ASSIGNMENT
Set timer T3101
1749
1192/n
SABM(immediate_setup2(call ID,
est_ind(immediate_setup2(call Id,
OTDI))
Reset timer T3101
OTDI))
1750
1193/n
1195 or 1196
CONNECTION_REQUEST
(immediate_setup2, call Id,
OTDI)
1108
1502
1722
CONNECTION_CONFIRM
1105
START_MEASUREMENT_REQUEST
1104/0
START_MEASUREMENT_REQ_ACK
DTAP (CM_SERVICE_ACCEPT)
1107
DTAP (CM_SERVICE_ACCEPT)
1501
CM_SERVICE_ACCEPT
ALERTING
DTAP (ALERTING)
DTAP (ALERTING)
1108
1500

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2.2.3 Paging procedure

Data Flow Diagram: immediate assignment: paging procedure (normal completion)

MS BTS BSC MSC PAGING_REQUEST 1107 PAGING_COMMAND PAGING_COMMAND 1503 CHANNEL_REQUIRED CHANNEL_REQUIRED 1748
MS
BTS
BSC
MSC
PAGING_REQUEST
1107
PAGING_COMMAND
PAGING_COMMAND
1503
CHANNEL_REQUIRED
CHANNEL_REQUIRED
1748
1702
1191/n (1)
1730
(1)
1606
1607
1744
(2)
1746
(2)
1609/2 (2)
1611/2 (2)
CHANNEL_ACTIVATE
Set timer TchnAck
1629/0
CHANNEL_ACTIVATE_ACK
Reset timer TchnAck
IMMEDIATE_ASSIGNMENT_COMMAND
IMMEDIAT_ASSIGNMENT
Set timer T3101
1749
SABM (PAGING_RESPONSE)
1192/n
ESTABLISH_INDICATION
Reset timer T3101
1750
CONNECTION_REQUEST
1193/n
(PAGING_RESPONSE)
1195 or 1196
1108
1502
CONNECTION_CONFIRM
1105
START_MEASUREMENT_REQUEST
1104
START_MEASUREMENT_REQ_ACK
DTAP (SETUP)
1107
DTAP (SETUP)
1501
SETUP
ALERTING
DTAP (ALARTING)
DTAP (ALARTING)
1108
1500

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(1) The following counters are incremented depending on the cause value in the CHANNEL REQUIRED message:

1191/0 for cause 000on the cause value in the CHANNEL REQUIRED message: 1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001 1191/2

1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001value in the CHANNEL REQUIRED message: 1191/0 for cause 000 1191/2 for cause 010 1191/3 for

1191/2 for cause 010message: 1191/0 for cause 000 1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001 1191/3 for cause 011 1191/4

1191/3 for cause 011cause 000 1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001 1191/2 for cause 010 1191/4 and 1730 for

1191/4 and 1730 for cause 1001730 for cause 001 1191/2 for cause 010 1191/3 for cause 011 1191/5 for cause 101

1191/5 for cause 101cause 010 1191/3 for cause 011 1191/4 and 1730 for cause 100 1191/6 for cause 110

1191/6 for cause 110cause 011 1191/4 and 1730 for cause 100 1191/5 for cause 101 1191/7 for cause 111

1191/7 for cause 1111730 for cause 100 1191/5 for cause 101 1191/6 for cause 110 (2) If no SDCCH

(2) If no SDCCH is available, the BSC may try to allocate a TCH in signaling mode. In this case, the following counters are incremented:

1744, 1746 , 1609/2 , 1611/2 , 1746, 1609/2, 1611/2

List of the counters incremented during this procedure:

Counter

Counter name

Function

number

1104/0

sccpAllocated

number of SCCP connections for SSN BSSMAP in the BSC

1105

sccpAveragedUsedMoy/Max/C

average number of SCCP connections established

um/Ech

1107

aInputMessage

number of BSSAP messages received by the BSC

1108

aOutputMessage

number of BSSAP messages sent by the BSC

1191/n

channelRequestCauseXxx

number of channel allocation requests: Cause xxx

[n= 0 to 7]

1192/n

immediateAssignmentSuccess

number of successful immediate assignments: Cause xxx

[n= 0 to 7]

CauseXxx

1193/n

estabIndicSignallingCauseXxx

number of ESTABLISH INDICATION messages in establishment phase received for mobile originating calls:

Cause Xxx

[n= 0 to 3]

1195

estabIndicSigPhaseI

number of ESTABLISH INDICATION messages in establishment phase received for Phase I mobiles

1196

estabIndicSigPhaseII

number of ESTABLISH INDICATION messages in establishment phase received for Phase II mobiles

1500

aTransparentUp

number of DTAP messages sent by the BSC to the MSC

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Counter

Counter name

Function

number

1501

aTransparentDown

number of DTAP messages received

1502

aNonTransparentUp

number of BSSMAP messages sent by the BSC

1503

aNonTransparentDown

number of BSSMAP messages received by the BSC from the MSC

1606

sdcchAllocatedTrZone

number of SDCCH allocated in the zone (concentric cell)

1607

sdcchAveragedUsedTrZoneMoy

average number of SDCCHs used in the inner or outer zone of the cell

/Max/Cum/Ech

1609/2

tchFrAllocatedOverflowAllocati

number of TCH/FR allocated in the inner or outer zone of the cell because of SDCCH unavailability

onTrZone

1611/2

TchFrAveragedUsedOverflowAll

average and maximum number of TCH/FR used in the inner or outer zone of the cell because of SDCCH unavailability

ocationTrZone

Moy/Max/Cum/Ech

1629/0

channelActivateSignallingFull

number of Full Rate channels activated for signaling

Rate

1702

channelRequestExtended

number of receipt of CHANNEL REQUIRED message with a timing advance greater than 63

1730

pagingResponse

number of responses to paging requests in the cell

1744

tchFrAllocated

number of TCH/Fr or preempted PDTCH allocated in the cell or number of TCH/FR or preempted PDTCH allocated in the inner or outer zone of the concentric cell

or

tchFrAllocatedTrZone

1746

tchFrAveragedUsedMoy/Max/

average number of TCH/FR or preempted PDTCH used in the cell or average number of TCH/FR or preempted PDTCH used in the inner or outer zone of the cell

Cum/Ech

or

tchFrAveragedUsedTrZoneMoy/

Max/Cum/Ech

1748

channelRequest

number of channel allocation requests

1749

immediateAssignmentSuccess

number of successful immediate assignments

1750

estabIndicSignalling

number of ESTABLISH INDICATION messages in establishment phase received

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2.2.4 Immediate assignment procedure (failure cases)

2.2.4.1 No resource available (SDCCH)

MS BTS BSC CHANNEL_REQUEST CHANNEL_REQUIRED 1748 1191/0 1608 1751 1611/1 (1) IMMEDIATE_ASSIGNMENT_COMMAND
MS
BTS
BSC
CHANNEL_REQUEST
CHANNEL_REQUIRED
1748
1191/0
1608
1751
1611/1 (1)
IMMEDIATE_ASSIGNMENT_COMMAND
(IMMEDIATE_ASSIGNMENT_REJECT)
IMMEDIATE_ASSIGNMENT_REJECT

MSC

List of the counters incremented during this procedure:

Counter

Counter name

Function

number

1161/1

immediateAssignmentRejectRad

number of immediate assignments rejected for lack of radio resources

ioRes

1191/0

channelRequestCause000

number of channel allocation requests: Cause 000

1608

sdcchResourceFailureTrZone

number of SDCCH allocation failures due to lack of SDCCH in the inner and outer zone of the cell

1748

channelRequest

number of channel allocation requests

1751

immediateAssignmentReject

number of immediate assignments rejected

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2.2.4.2 Negative reponse from the BTS

Data Flow Diagram: immediate assignment failure procedure: negative response from BTS

MS BTS BSC CHANNEL_REQUEST CHANNEL_REQUIRED 1748 1702 1191/n (1) 1730 (1) 1606 1607 1744 (2)
MS
BTS
BSC
CHANNEL_REQUEST
CHANNEL_REQUIRED
1748
1702
1191/n (1)
1730
(1)
1606
1607
1744
(2)
1746
(2)
CHANNEL_ACTIVATE
Set timer T3101
1609/2 (2)
1611/2 (2)
Set timer TchnAck
1629/0
ACTIVATE_NEGATIVE_ACK
DEACTIVATE_SACCH
Reset timer T3101
Reset timer TchnAck
1606
1607
DEACTIVATE_ACK
1751
1161/2
IMMEDIATE_ASSIGNMENT_COMMAND
(IMMEDIATE_ASSIGNMENT_REJECT)
IMMEDIATE_ASSIGNMENT_REJECT

MSC

(1) The following counters are incremented depending on the cause value in the CHANNEL REQUIRED message:

1191/0 for cause 000on the cause value in the CHANNEL REQUIRED message: 1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001 1191/2

1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001value in the CHANNEL REQUIRED message: 1191/0 for cause 000 1191/2 for cause 010 1191/3 for

1191/2 for cause 010message: 1191/0 for cause 000 1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001 1191/3 for cause 011 1191/4

1191/3 for cause 011cause 000 1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001 1191/2 for cause 010 1191/4 and 1730 for

1191/4 and 1730 for cause 1001730 for cause 001 1191/2 for cause 010 1191/3 for cause 011 1191/5 for cause 101

1191/5 for cause 101cause 010 1191/3 for cause 011 1191/4 and 1730 for cause 100 1191/6 for cause 110

1191/6 for cause 110cause 011 1191/4 and 1730 for cause 100 1191/5 for cause 101 1191/7 for cause 111

1191/7 for cause 1111730 for cause 100 1191/5 for cause 101 1191/6 for cause 110 (2) If no SDCCH

(2) If no SDCCH is available, the BSC may try to allocate a TCH in signaling mode. In this case, the following counters are incremented:

1744, 1746 , 1609/2 , 1611/2 , 1746, 1609/2, 1611/2

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List of the counters incremented during this procedure:

Counter

Counter name

Function

number

1161/2

immediateAssignmentReject

number of immediate assignments rejected because a CHANNEL ACTIVATE NACK message is received

ChanActNack

1191/n

channelRequestCauseXxx

number of channel allocation requests:

[n= 0 to 7]

Cause xxx

1606

sdcchAllocatedTrZone

number of SDCCH allocation in the inner and outer zone of the cell

1607

sdcchAverageUsedTrZoneM

average and maximum number of SDCCHs used in the inner or outer zone of the cell

oy/Max/Cum/Ech

1609/2

tchFrAllocatedOverflowAllo

number of TCH/FR allocated in the inner or outer zone of the cell because of SDCCH unavailability

cationTrZone

1611/2

tchFrAveragedUsedOverflowAl

average and maximum number of TCH/FR used in the inner or outer zone of the cell because of SDCCH unavailability, obtained through internal sampling

locationTrZone

Moy/Max/Cum/Ech

1629/0

channelActivateSignallingF

number of Full Rate channels (SDCCH or TCH/FR) activated for signaling in the cell

ullRate

1702

channelRequestExtended

number of receipt of CHANNEL REQUIRED message with a timing advance greater than 63

1730

pagingResponse

number of responses to paging requests in the cell

1744

tchFrAllocated

number of TCH/FR allocated in the cell or number of TCH/FR allocated in the inner or outer zone of the concentric cell

or

tchFrAllocatedTrZone

1746

tchFrAveragedUsedMoy/Ma

average number of TCH/FR used in the inner or outer zone of the concentric cell

x/Cum/Ech

1748

channelRequest

number of channel allocation requests

1751

immediateAssignmentReject

number of immediate assignments rejected

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2.2.4.3 No response to CHANNEL ACTIVATE

Data Flow Diagram: immediate assignment failure procedure: no response to CHANNEL ACTIVATE

MS BTS BSC CHANNEL_REQUEST CHANNEL_REQUIRED 1748 1702 1191/n (1) 1730 (1) 1606 1607 1744 (2)
MS
BTS
BSC
CHANNEL_REQUEST
CHANNEL_REQUIRED
1748
1702
1191/n (1)
1730
(1)
1606
1607
1744
(2)
1746
(2)
1609/2 (2)
1611/2 (2)
CHANNEL_ACTIVATE
Set timer TchnAck
Set timer T3101
1629/0
1607
1751
Reset timer TchnAck
Reset timer T3101
1161/3
IMMEDIATE_ASSIGNMENT_COMMAND
(IMMEDIATE_ASSIGNMENT_REJECT)
IMMEDIATE_ASSIGNMENT_REJECT

MSC

(1) The following counters are incremented depending on the cause value in the CHANNEL REQUIRED message:

1191/0 for cause 000on the cause value in the CHANNEL REQUIRED message: 1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001 1191/2

1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001value in the CHANNEL REQUIRED message: 1191/0 for cause 000 1191/2 for cause 010 1191/3 for

1191/2 for cause 010message: 1191/0 for cause 000 1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001 1191/3 for cause 011 1191/4

1191/3 for cause 011cause 000 1191/1 and 1730 for cause 001 1191/2 for cause 010 1191/4 and 1730 for

1191/4 and 1730 for cause 1001730 for cause 001 1191/2 for cause 010 1191/3 for cause 011 1191/5 for cause 101

1191/5 for cause 101cause 010 1191/3 for cause 011 1191/4 and 1730 for cause 100 1191/6 for cause 110

1191/6 for cause 110cause 011 1191/4 and 1730 for cause 100 1191/5 for cause 101 1191/7 for cause 111

1191/7 for cause 1111730 for cause 100 1191/5 for cause 101 1191/6 for cause 110 (2) If no SDCCH

(2) If no SDCCH is available, the BSC may try to allocate a TCH in signaling mode. In this case, the following counters are incremented:

1744, 1746 , 1609/2 , 1611/2 , 1746, 1609/2,