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Gb over ip?

  • This topic has 8 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 5 years ago by Tanuj.
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  • #58558 Reply
    jakz
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    What do u mean by Gb over IP and OSS over IP?plz describe

    #58559 Reply
    Jacky
    Guest

    The Gb or OSS Interface will be carried through IP (actually they are on Frame Relay), consequently we will have more throughput, reliability and security for theses interfaces. which vendor?

    #58560 Reply
    Partha
    Guest

    Before OSS to other Network Elements connectivity was thru X.25 protocol, so this OSS over IP connection is far better in terms of Throughput,reliability,redundancy(alternate path)

    #58561 Reply
    Pix
    Guest

    Gb is between the PCU (MFS) and the SGSN, carrying GCH and GSL. This link is traditionally carried thanks to Frame Relay links, and nowadays, it can also be carried thanks to IP links.

    OSS is the link for supervision (link to OMCR), it can also be carried by IP link. It usually connects the BSC and PCU to the OMCR.

    Cheers,
    Pix

    #58562 Reply
    jakz
    Guest

    Thanx

    #58563 Reply
    Chandan
    Guest

    Can any one provide wat may be the size of a GB links….i.e, in terms of time slots or in capacity…

    Pls!!

    #58564 Reply
    Kallol
    Guest

    Can anyone please explain GB over IP in detail???What connectivity does it use and what are the elements connected with it??

    #58565 Reply
    iyad
    Guest

    What are the requriments to move from Gb over frame relay to Gb over IP and how can we calculate the needed resources

    #58566 Reply
    Tanuj
    Guest

    Hi
    for Gb-over-ip we need the following
    1) BSC should support Gb-over-IP, we are using huawei bsc6900 in our nw here we use a FG2C card for gb-o-ip.
    2) this card should be connected to a mux, it can use vlan to send the data.
    3) that mux through should be connected to sgsn through transport.
    4) device ip, ethernet ip, nsvlocal and nsvlremote are defined in bsc, and at sgsn end nsvl is again created.
    5)now ip rotes are created in bsc.

    If transport is ok then connectivity is made with sgsn, thats it.

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