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2nd August 2005 at 08:57 #41850unknownGuest
can anyone give me description of APG40, its subsystems and their relation inbetween
BR/unknown2nd August 2005 at 10:07 #41851SurvivorNBSGuest
this is an ericsson AXE system. APG40 (Adjunct Processor Group) is an input/output device for Ericsson AXE810 (Ericsson BSC and BSC/TRC)2nd August 2005 at 13:31 #41852Adel KhaderGuest
It is WINNT Based OS and it is Input/output replacing the old IOG20.
It is used for AXE810 as well as AXE10.
Ericsson AXE can be configured to work as BSC, BSC/TRC, MSC, GWMSC, HLR, STG…11th March 2007 at 14:55 #41853VKGuest
What is the difference between AXE 10 & AXE 810?
Is it something related to SNT?7th June 2008 at 00:21 #41854DEYINDEGuest
Thanks for your technical papers.It has helped me a lot.14th May 2009 at 14:09 #41855amriGuest
apg40 io system25th May 2009 at 04:20 #41856Amit AgarwalGuest
It is used for sending and receiving the data with the AXE at the same time25th August 2009 at 09:13 #41857julesGuest
i’m looking for more information about APG40.25th August 2009 at 14:03 #41858telecom72Guest
An APG as it is said in the other post, is an input output device that allow the switching system to send or receive information to or from a remote destination. These information could be the configuration dump of the MSC, BSC, etc.. could be Statistic, CDR, counter etc….
the info are collected at a speed of 100 Mbit/s (APG c/2) or 1Gbit/s (APG C/4 ) thanks to ethernet links.
The APG is in fact two node (A and B) that form a cluster.each node is embedded with windows 2003
Hope it will help
BR25th August 2009 at 14:12 #41859Telecom72Guest
The diferences between AXE10 and AXE810 are new magazines that embede new cards
We have as well different Group Switch:
The Axe 810 16k group switch is one card (in fact two if we take into account planeA and B)
The Axe 10 16K group switch is one magazine(in fact two if we take into account planeA and B)
The Axe 810 is a Time SPace architecture
The AXE 10 is a Time Space Time architecture31st October 2009 at 11:14 #41860sunil kaushikGuest
it is fantstic job.6th May 2011 at 18:56 #41861subrahmanyam.kGuest
apg40 details req10th May 2011 at 12:22 #41862DeyindeGuest
What are the possible causes for a BSC to restart?10th May 2011 at 19:24 #41863pixGuest
probably an overload of a board, a memory buffer, or an overload of traffic.