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LLC defintion

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  • #59710 Reply
    msa
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    hi PIX
    could u explain to me the terminology LLC DATA VOLUME

    thanx in advane

    #59711 Reply
    Pix
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    “LLC frame” refers to the frames sent from SGSN to MFS (DL) and from MFS to SGSN (UL). This is the b interface.
    Those frames can contain data (user data) or signalling (usually GMM)

    The LLC DATA VOLUME refers to the amount of data travelling on the Gb interface. Now, check the indicator definition to know if this “volume” includes User Data + Signalling or only “User Data”.

    #59712 Reply
    msa
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    what the limitation of user throuhput in case of Gb over framelay

    #59713 Reply
    Pix
    Guest

    MSA,

    There are no BW limitation to users due to Frame Relay.

    The IP interface is just easier to configure, easier to integrate (the rest of the backbone LAN is already in IP) and could provide bigger trunk capacity.

    However the Gb interface is rarely a bottleneck.

    #59714 Reply
    msa
    Guest

    thanks , and if we use one e1 for Gb interface is this mean that the maximium througput for this bsc is 2MB

    #59715 Reply
    Pix
    Guest

    The Gb is between MFS and SGSN, so the BSC is not concerned here.

    If your ATER PS (BSC-MFS) is 1 E1 only, then you will suffer serious bandwidth limitations in all cells of the BSC.

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