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QoS Alert in Alcatel.

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    SKY
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    Dear all,

    Did anyone activate the QoS alert in OMCR Alcatel?
    What kind of QoS that you chose to activate? Please advice.

    Thank you very much.

    Best regards,

    #52488 Reply
    Pix
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    Sky,

    QoS Alerters are a basic feature in the OMCR, they shall all be activated in order to provide additional supervision on the cells (= Basic Alerters)

    Without them, some problems (such a GSM / GPRS sleeping cells, high call drop, etc) cannot be detected because there are no alarms !

    You can even create additional alerters (called “QOS Alerters”), which you can configure to be triggered by a certain indicator, above a certain threshold. It is extremely interesting if the only supervision of the network is done on the OMCR. If you have a dedicated 24/7 team on the RNO also, then it is not mandatory to activate alerters.

    Regards,
    Pix

    #52489 Reply
    SKY
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    Thank you very much for your answer, Pix. : )

    More question,
    how about the other vendors(Nokia, Ericcson, Huawei etc.), do they have this feature or the feature look like this also?

    Thanks a lot for your time. : )

    #52490 Reply
    SKY
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    Dear Pix and all,

    More question again,
    Could you please recommend me the list of QoS that we should activate on the QoS Alerters.

    Thank you very much. : )

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