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Block MTV in AXE

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  • #39918 Reply
    Misa
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    Hi all,

    As you may know, the block MTV in the AXE is used to stored subscriber data in the MSC/VLR, such as IMSI, MSISDN, IMEI, Cell ID pointer…

    I am looking for the information about variable in the block MTV (for example, Cell ID pointer is stored in the variable 236…). Could anyone help me, please. Thank you for your support.

    Rgds.

    #39919 Reply
    hercules
    Guest

    I think it depends on the version of your AXE msc, and it is a little danger to konw all of them, if you are interesting in certain information, maybe I can help you!

    #39920 Reply
    Misa
    Guest

    Hi Hercules,

    I am working with the APZ 212 30 R8.1. I only want to display the data, not to modify, so I think it is not too danger. Please kindly help me. My email is misamobile@yahoo.com

    Rgds.

    #39921 Reply
    Hercules
    Guest

    there is a record with the name
    MTVDATA that stores all the infor.
    but there are lot’s of them which is so difficult to download.

    you can check it in your exchang!

    ctrai:msisdn=1514***;

    and find the pointer in the MTV

    then

    print rec MTV record_pointer:42;

    then you can see all of them.

    and then you just modify the subscriber.

    hgsdc:msisdn=1514****,sud=cat-11;

    then you can check it gain:

    print rec MTV record_pointer:42;

    just compare this two record and them you can find the proper variable which store the subscriber catefory.

    I guess misa, it will be safe to do the chenk under the help of your local ERicsson support.

    #39922 Reply
    Misa
    Guest

    Thank you Hercules,

    Thank you for your information, however the problem is the local Ericsson staff does not want to answer on these type of question.

    Regarding to your answer, could you help me to make it more clearly:

    1. Where I can download the record MTVDATA?

    2. Please advice the commands step by step, so that I can understand it: what is 1514***? And please write the command syntax in the UPPER CASE letters, so that I can type it correctly.

    Once again, thank you for your help.
    Misa

    #39923 Reply
    Misa
    Guest

    Hi Hercules,

    I’ve just tried the command print rec MTV 0:42; and the printout is the first record that included all of the variables. However, I only know the variables H’29, H’2A, H’2B, H’2C (41, 42, 43, 44) is the IMSI, and the variables H’91, H’92, H’93, H’94 (145, 146, 147, 148) is the IMEI. Could you give me a briefly description of the other variables in the record?

    Looking for your reply.
    Brgds

    Misa

    #39924 Reply
    Hercules
    Guest

    that is it, in fact that is the main par tof the mtv record.

    I suppose there is also some variable that might be help!

    MSISDNLENGTH #32
    MSISDNSCANKEY #33
    MSISDN12TO9 #34
    MSISDN15TO13 #35
    MSISDN4TO1 #36
    MSISDN8TO5 #37
    MSUBSTATE #38
    ODB #39
    RADIOCONFIRM #3A
    SLISTINDICATOR #3B
    STATE #3C
    TMSIP #3D
    TRACE #3E
    WAITINGFORDISC #3F
    AXECATEGORY #40
    CANSWER #41
    CATEGORY #42
    CAUTDEREGCOUNTER #43
    CBASC #44
    CGITIMER #ED
    CGIPOINTER #EC

    in fact the main part of the MTVdata can be checked by the mml
    mgssp, mgslp, it is not necessary by the test system function. all the other variables are only be used by the system internal.

    #39925 Reply
    Tuan
    Guest

    Hi,

    There is a database called PlexView, it contains lots of infomation about all software blocks in MSC/VLR.

    I have one for R8 , APZ 212 30 but it too large for us to exchange via mail (>100MB).

    Please ask your local Ericsson for help.

    Good luck !!

    #39926 Reply
    Misa
    Guest

    Hi Tuan,

    Could you send me the document in the Plexview that contains only info for MTV block?

    My email is misamobile@yahoo.com

    Rgds
    Misa

    #39927 Reply
    Misa
    Guest

    Hercules,

    Could u give me a brief description about these variables: MSUBSTATE, RADIOCONFIRM, STATE, CGITIMER?

    Plz show me where I can download a document about MTV block?

    Thx

    #39928 Reply
    hercules
    Guest

    MSUBSTATE: mobile subscreiber state ,attatch ;detatch;implict deattatch;

    RADIOCONFIRM: radio confirmation flag true: hlr updating done

    STATE : mtv subscriber state , idle,
    connected,
    temp connected

    CGITIMER:the time when the ms last send the cgi.

    #39929 Reply
    Misa
    Guest

    Thanks Hercules,

    Could you give me information, how the system encode these variable.

    MSUBSTATE: attatch=?, detatch=?, implicit detach=?…

    STATE: idle=?, connected=?,
    temp connected=?…

    CGITIMER: H’0ED=H’0000 H’5E11, how to translate to the user-friendly date/time?

    Your detailed info should help me a lot.
    Rgds
    Misa

    #39930 Reply
    Misa
    Guest

    Hi everybody,

    Please help me on this matter. I really need it.

    Thanks a lot
    Misa

    #39931 Reply
    Abebe
    Guest

    Could I know if the AXE810 APZ212 33 supports full featured ISDN Services including voice,fax and video-conferencing services?What are the recommended interface requirements for an ISDN Router on the customer side if we are planning to use PRI ports for video conferencing from the AXE SIDE to be delivered thru 4W to the customer port?

    #39932 Reply
    Misa
    Guest

    Hi all,

    Could anyone help me, how the AXE system encode the variables in the MTV block?

    MSUBSTATE: attatch=?, detatch=?, implicit detach=?…

    STATE: idle=?, connected=?,
    temp connected=?…

    CGITIMER: H’0ED=H’0000 H’5E11, how to translate to the user-friendly date/time?

    Regards

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