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16th June 2010 at 06:00 #63191GMNGuest
can some one help me to know how we have to check EDGE configuration is correct or not ,some times we have 2 E1 ,and there is TS synch fault or abis path unavailable(numreqedge is ok),TS selected ,how can i be sure it is hard ware issue or it is bec of lack of RBL?i need the coomands as well,
tanx in advance16th June 2010 at 08:06 #63192KJBGuest
Which vendor u are using
KJ16th June 2010 at 09:18 #63193TanujGuest
i think you are working in ericsson equipment19th June 2010 at 03:42 #63194GMNGuest
yes my vendor is ericsson23rd June 2010 at 03:51 #63195DaNGuest
GMN, the sum of your NUMREQEGPRSBPC on cell must be equivalent (ideal) for res64k timeslots in abis.
ts sync fault – it’s no good, you must check transport,or, sometimes i found that error – ts-0 in E1 engineer tied to BS – check that too.25th June 2010 at 07:41 #63196bertGuest
ts sync fault could be caused due to different reasons when the ts is idle there will be a looptest initiated by the BTS this will be done by sending a signal true the gs transcoders rblt if the looptest failed than the ts sync fault ( lmo 2000 ) will be generated this could be a problem in the gs rblt or transcoders
perform a manual looptest rxlti to check transmission
( rblt devices )28th August 2012 at 12:33 #63197DanielGuest
i need clear steps to clear ABIS PATH UNAVAIL alarm.17th March 2014 at 06:02 #63198Md ShameemGuest
ABIS PATH UNAVAIL alarm
Dear if you are in Ericsson system then u can easily remove th is alarm by following step..
1-see the confact by rxmop:mo=rxotg-tgv;
2-see the num value at each sector by rlbdp:cell=cellname;
3 -give the e-1 according to req
like if confact is 1 then 1trx -req 3 dev.if confact is 2 then 2.5 dev req if 4 then 2.25..
4 -if confact 2 & there is 6 trx running then 6*2.5=15 dev req for normal abis mapping,& num vale for each sec is 6+6+6 =18 dev req for edge ,total number of dev req 15+18=33 ..
5- Do the correct abis mapping. if arrange dev less than req ABIS PATH UNAVAIL alarm come ..
to resolve do the correct abis mapping…