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Remote login to nokia bsc

NA - 20th October 2011  (07:24 GMT)

yes dear, it's possible
the basic funda is u have ip connectivity of any of the equipment u want to put in network. So for Nsn bsc u should know ur bsc's IP, if u dun know then no problem u have to just put a command ZQRI and u now u know the logged bsc's IP. Now for logging in to ur bsc through ur IP u should configure ur lan adaptor, connect lan cable to ur pc and another end toMCMU's port and telnet that IP and u'll be logged on.
Now u r ready to put ur system on ur own network (that may be internet). U can now connect this to switch to ur own gateway or host. And u can connect ur bsc from ur site using internet.
Thanx

vinodreddy - 3rd October 2011  (06:10 GMT)

I need to start my career in bss i am in search of what exactly the field deal with the real time..

Kamal kotecha - 4th February 2009  (18:57 GMT)

Thanks punit..
But i'm in bss..i.e. Field work..
I don have oss ip or whatever...
My idea was just to log in bsc when i'm on field...using mobile net to pc...
B'coz NOC pepole do not have all authority like us....

Punit - 3rd February 2009  (17:45 GMT)

Yes, You can connect through dial up connected to OSS, login to router and then BSC.

Kamal kotecha - 19th January 2009  (21:20 GMT)

I want to remotely log to my bsc3i from home...is it possible...?
Don't suggest zqvc cmd...for login from another bsc...
Thanks...

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