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NOKIA MML COMMAND

This topic contains 14 replies, has 0 voices, and was last updated by  Ramesh 2 months ago.

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  • #44145 Reply

    DMITRY

    Is anybody here who works on Nokia MSC?
    Is there on line monitoring MML command in established call?
    If yes, who is it?
    I would like to know it.
    And how is the procedure?
    Waiting for your comments..
    Pls help me !

    dmtr

    #44146 Reply

    Mik

    ZMCJ:IMSI=

    #44147 Reply

    DMITRY

    Thank you very much Mik !
    Something else my friend, or, in any other friend.
    Is ZMCJ command similar to MONTI command in AXE-10 Ericsson ?
    In other words, can i have the content of the call with this command? (ZMCJ)

    Thank you !

    #44148 Reply

    Mik

    Sorry, not familar with AXE. Try and compare 🙂 At least, you can see time-slots, A,B, C, romaing numbers, clear code, call setup phase.

    #44149 Reply

    cybhert

    as far as I can remember.. they are pretty much similar… but on the side of nokia.. it is more detailed..ZMCJ:IMSI= , is a fairly powerfull command… this is what we basically used when we are troubleshooting.. clear codes can be also seen on the output print.

    #44150 Reply

    tech

    Hi,

    u cant hear the voice like in ericsson but u can get the details of the calls

    #44151 Reply

    rahul

    hi
    what exactly is the diff b/w restarting a site by zefs and zefr ?

    #44152 Reply

    Ebrahim

    Hi Rahul,

    basically they are the same. But for reseting the site, you are allowed to reset only the OMU for Ultrasites (not applicable for metrosites).
    With ZEFS, you do it for the whole thing.

    Hope this clarifies.

    #44153 Reply

    cybhert

    Hello Tech…

    In Nokia.. you could also do the same..but the commands are hidden…and its strictly forbidden based on Laws…

    #44154 Reply

    Rahul

    thanx Ebrahim
    i would also like to ask one more thing, in ZDDS; AFTER 00-MAN>
    in extensions normally 1or 4 is for BCF PHASE MONITORING what info does the STAT coulmn give (the number)???

    #44155 Reply

    Ebrahim

    Hi Rahul,

    This is one of the good extensions to monitor the phases of BCF reset.

    Basically, that column is used to indicate the result of each phase. If the number was zeros, then you are fine. if any problem happens (for example, BCF Configuration Failed), you will get a number. To know that that number is, use it with Mixed Cmnd Handling extension to figure out what was the reason so you can troubleshoot it easily.

    Hope it is clear.

    Regards

    #44156 Reply

    Joe

    If you use the ZMCJ command, you should first collect the IMSI with the ZMVO command.

    #44157 Reply

    anand babu

    ZEFS; command is for site reset.
    ZEFR; for omu reset- only 0&m link will alone get reset. This ZEFR will not affect the ongoing calls whereas ZEFS will make calls to terminate

    #44158 Reply

    Shaikh Mohsin

    Dear All,

    I want to know MML Command for fetching below reports data from BSC I have MICRO forr all but i want MMl Command pls help me ASAP.

    Thanks.

    1. ND232 – DISTANCE RANGE DISTRIBUTION PER CELL
    2. ND153 – ADJACENCIES HAVING HIGH HO FAILURE RATIO
    3. ND138 – CELLS HAVING HIGH TCH RAW BLOCKING
    4. ND166 – SDCCH DROP RATIO PER CELL
    5. ND051 – BTS HAVING GPRS ENABLED TRXS
    6. ND196 – UL AND DL QUALITY, UL INTERFERENCE PER TRX
    7. ND061 – NON-SYMMETRICAL ADJACENCIES
    8. ND154 – HO ATTEMPT CAUSE DISTRIBUTION BY CELLS
    9. ND208 – LINK BALANCE PER TRX and many more.

    #44159 Reply

    Ramesh

    Can any one help to convert nokia WBTS creation procedure by converting XML to MML commands (OR) MML commands to create WBTS in nokia.

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