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EDGE latency check

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  • #59227 Reply
    aso
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    Hi
    Can any one help me how to check the latency for the whole network EDGE service latency vendor are Alcatel and huawei .
    Thanks in advance

    #59228 Reply
    Pix
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    Ping your GGSN, several times, each ping separated by few seconds / or immediately after the previous one.

    #59229 Reply
    Aso
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    Dear pix
    Would you please give me more detail about your suggestion
    Thanks in advance

    #59230 Reply
    Pix
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    1/ Connect your phone to your Computer, so that it acts as a Modem
    2/ Attach your computer to your network using the Phone connection
    3/ open Windows Command Prompt
    4/ type “ping ip_address_of_ggsn”
    check the delay of the first ping (estabilishment of TBF)
    check the delay of next pings (tbf already established)

    cheers,
    ping pix

    #59231 Reply
    Aso
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    Thanks for your response so there is no Statistic in GGSN or SGSN to show the latency
    BR

    #59232 Reply
    Pix
    Guest

    Aso,

    I don’t think so. From GGSN, you can try to ping the MS, so that will tell you the DL latency…
    But there are no statistics about this, as far as I know. I’m not a core network expert though…

    cheers,
    pix

    #59233 Reply
    aso
    Guest

    thanks

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