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Downtime Calculation in ZTE

  • This topic has 18 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 7 years ago by Raza.
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  • #65162 Reply
    NK
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    Dear All,

    Is there any method to calculate cell downtime in ZTE? Thank you in advance.

    NK

    #65163 Reply
    Tanuj
    Guest

    go to report management take out query for the site or sites and take “cell break alarm” as the parameter and generate the report it gives the start and resume time just subtract them in excel and you get the cell downtime.

    you can also do this from the zte alatrm database by logging in the omcr and sqlplus, then execute query by using the alarm code

    #65164 Reply
    NK
    Guest

    Dear Tanuj,

    Thanks for suggestion. Does “Cell Break Alarm” in ZTE takes into account down due to problem in RU, Abis link down, down due to power problem etc?

    #65165 Reply
    NK
    Guest

    Hi! Tanuj,

    Does “Cell Break Alarm” is same as “Cell Interupption Alarm”?

    #65166 Reply
    Tanuj
    Guest

    Hi NK

    for iBSC ie V3 BSC’s its “Cell Interupption Alarm”, both are the same only in V2 it was called that.

    Regards
    Tanuj

    #65167 Reply
    Tanuj
    Guest

    Hi NK

    Cell Interupption Alarm takes into account all those states be it any infra or telecom problem, when ABIS is down you will get this same alarm on report generation along with :site lapd/abis link broken”

    Regards
    Tanuj

    #65168 Reply
    NK
    Guest

    Hi! Tanuj,

    In some cells, we are getting zero traffic but we do not find any “cell Interruption alarm”. What could be wrong?

    Thanks in advance.

    #65169 Reply
    Tanuj
    Guest

    Hi NK↲Zero traffic doesnt always necessarily mean that the bell was down or site was down. Please check if there is ‘site lapd abis link broken’ Alarm flicking on that whole site. If you can tell me about the history alarms for the time when there was no traffic on the cell that would be helpful. In our network we faced something similar to this and on entire analysis we found there were slips on the e1 and there was no cell break as the slips were of very short duration. Please check and revert.↲Regards↲Tanuj

    #65170 Reply
    NK
    Guest

    Dear Tanuj,

    Sorry for late reply. We have checked but we do not have such alarm. We have “LAPD JAM ALARM” and “Site Abis Controlled Link Broken”.

    Thanks in advance.

    regards,
    Nirendra KC

    #65171 Reply
    Tanuj
    Guest

    Hi NK
    That is the same alarm that we faced in such cells, get the media checked there are flicks/slips on it, you must be facing customer complaints on such sites it due to these flicks and the lapd jam can be resolved by shifting the RRM of the site change E1 to different module and the problem will be solved. Reply after doing these changes from OMCR.

    #65172 Reply
    NK
    Guest

    Hi! Tanuj,

    I mean we have checked that alarm is available or not. But could not find that alarm. You mean to check those cells which has zero trafffic might have different alarm???

    Thank in advance.

    #65173 Reply
    Tanuj
    Guest

    Hi NK Yes please check the history alarm on cells having 0 traffic and tell me

    #65174 Reply
    Tanuj
    Guest

    Hi NK

    “LAPD JAM ALARM” – Change Module of site.

    “Site Abis Controlled Link Broken”. – Check media and E1 for flicks.

    #65175 Reply
    Suzi
    Guest

    Hi Tanuj,

    1.Is there any Counter in V3 which gives Cell Out of Service pegging?

    2.I need some ZTE RF expert.Can you help me on ZTE for RF concerns..

    #65176 Reply
    Tanuj
    Guest

    Hi Suzi i am sorry but i cant help much about counters as i dont work on counters in our ZTE Network i can help you on RF Problems though

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