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  • #36142 Reply
    Khanh Trang
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    I’m a student, my lab using AXE switch. I’ve a question about the “Traffic Measurement of Routes results, LSR” on AXE. I want to calculate the needed chanel with two parameters CCONG and TRAFF.
    I do hope someone can help me. Thanks in advance.

    #36143 Reply
    Dennis
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    I don’t know this information can help you or not.
    TRAFF — Traffic intensity in erlangs
    CCONG — congestion in %

    Good Luck

    #36144 Reply
    Khanh Trang
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    Dennis, Thanks you very much.
    Do you know any VB source code used to calculate Erlang B formula?
    I think I must use the Erlang B formula to calculate it. What about everybody? Plz help me!!!
    Thanks

    Regards

    Khanh Trang

    #36145 Reply
    Dennis
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    Hi Khanh Trang,

    Sorry, I don’t have any information.
    BTW, I have interest about your study. Since, in my case, I never touch any “switch” during my study.
    You’re better me, I don’t have any knowledge before I worked at switching centre.
    Good Luck !

    Cheers

    Dennis

    #36146 Reply
    Muzammil
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    Trang,

    Try the below link, might be useful for u, I’m not sure,

    http://members.iinet.net.au/~clark/FAQ.htm#DLL%20functions%20from%20Visual%20Basic%20(VB)

    An Erlang DLL also is there.

    regds.

    #36147 Reply
    Mark
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    Hi guys,
    I was also looking for a same kind of solution. Now I’m somewhat clear. Thanks

    #36148 Reply
    Minh Nhat
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    i am doing my thesis about planning network, i want to forecast traffic by forecasting calling rate and subscriber.
    please help i, what data do i need to collect to forecast calling rate?
    thanhks

    #36149 Reply
    Hieu Ha
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    Hi Minh Nhat
    You can read CCITT GAS9 Handbook B

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