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2nd June 2010 at 11:05 #62967MakGuest
In the CSSR formula from which part CSSR start taken into consideration from SD Attempt or SD Assignment.7th June 2010 at 09:05 #62968ManiaGuest
Please be more specific. Actually different vendors are using different formulae. based on the distribution of raw counters they have.
In some cases they include the SD blocking and in others they srart after SD assignment and SDR is used only. Probably this is what you asked, Vendors dont have the cause value of the SD request so they cannot tell you how many SD requested for Call_Setup were blocked so they dont include it. However some make the logical assumption that the percent of SD_Blocked is irrelated to which cause and all causes would be blocked once the SDs are congested so they just multiply (1-SD_Blocking) to the other factor so that it is also taken into account.9th June 2010 at 04:18 #62969MakGuest
So it means the vendors are including sd Blocking then it will be from SD attempt
and the vendors are not including sd blocking it will be from sd assignment.9th June 2010 at 08:30 #62970ManiaGuest
yup..10th June 2010 at 21:44 #62971MakGuest
Thanks Mania for your reply.
If We left the Vendor strategy, and talk about GSM only then what would be the scenario.11th June 2010 at 06:11 #62972ManiaGuest
I am not sure if ETSI gives any such clear outline for KPIs.Its upto you. From subscriber point of view SD _Blocking does effect CSSR so should be included. And since RACH_Request breakdown is not available so precise SD_blocked for Call_Setup cannot be measured so accurate CSSR with SD_Blocking is not possible.
Its a give and take situation. I prefer to include SD_Bloking in the formula as it gives a getter KPI and helps issue identification12th June 2010 at 18:09 #62973MakGuest
Thanks Mania. I got your point13th June 2010 at 10:49 #62974okoumouGuest
i have many problem for PDP Context,the % around 30%, how i do can for improve this kpi13th June 2010 at 11:45 #62975PixGuest
you have 30% of PDP context activation failure ?
This is a GGSN issue, so it is very far from my area of expertise. I’d check the DHCP “ip address pool”, if there are enough for all the active subscribers. Then I’d check APN definitions… then I’d ask GGSN gurus for help 🙂