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1st May 2010 at 05:24 #62450Malik MohammadGuest
What is the differnce betwen Handover reversion and handover failures.How the counter is pegged in Nokia & Ericsson.1st May 2010 at 13:32 #62451pixGuest
ho reversion means that the MS was not able to connect to the target cell. After a short while, the MS (by itself) decides to stop trying and goes back to its old serving cell.
ho failure means the MS was not able to connect to the new target cell and not able to make a reversion.
also, depending on your vendor’s name definition, a ho failure could be due to target cell congestion.
pix2nd May 2010 at 16:33 #62452malik mohammadGuest
but according 2 u”depending on your vendor’s name definition, a ho failure could be due to target cell congestion”. will there be any handover commad given by bsc when there is congestion in the target cell.2nd May 2010 at 17:26 #62453pixGuest
no, no ho cmd when congestion.
if by failure you understand a problem between ho command and ho complete, then the congestion is not part of failure causes 🙂4th May 2010 at 17:31 #62454Malik mohammadGuest
can u give plz the counters used in ericsson for handover reversion and handover failures28th July 2010 at 07:43 #62455Santosh BhandariGuest
i would like to know , how and when handover and handover reversion calculated along with counter used in ZTE and Ericsson4th November 2010 at 09:34 #62456ahmadGuest
we have aproblem in our network which we have no HO attempts from Huawei BSC6000 and ZTE BSC , when the relation defined both way , but when we defined the relation as one way from huwaie BSC6000 there is attempts to ZTE BSC and when the relation be 2 way there is no attempts to ZTE neighbors.
any one face aproblem like this.we think the problem is from huwaie side but nothing clear to us right now.
please to advice.