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    Sachin
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    Hi,

    Can u please let me what’s the value of these network timers in realistic networks?

    T3101
    T3107
    T3109
    T3113

    Regards
    Sachin

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    Noops
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    Probably you can get these from OMCR.

    Noops

    #54604 Reply
    RH
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    I can help u with below value I found in one live Network:

    T3101- This timer is started when a channel is allocated with an IMMEDIATE ASSIGNMENT message. It is stopped when the MS has correctly seized the channels.(used value: 1500 msec)

    T3107:This timer is started by the sending of an ASSIGNMENT COMMAND message and is normally stopped when the MS has correctly seized the new channels.
    (used value: 28000 msec)

    T3109-This timer is started when a lower layer failure is detected by the network, when it is not engaged in a RF procedure. It is also used in the channel release procedure. Its purpose is to release the channels in case of loss of communication.
    (used value: 14400 msec)

    T3113:This timer is started when the network has sent a PAGING REQUEST message and is stopped when the network has received the PAGING RESPONSE message.
    (used value: I couldn’t find this.Sorry :()

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