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4th September 2006 at 12:12 #36506Prabhakar VermaGuest
Dear Sweety Skaria, the best thing for you is to get hold of CME 20 of ericsson and treat it as a bible.. ..
WizzurD ,MGSSP:imsi=XXXXXXXX; command will give you the location of the BSC the subscriber is currently located in …5th December 2006 at 10:30 #36507KarthikGuest
IS there a equivalent of CTRAI command on Nortel Switch(DMS 100) to take a live call trace?13th December 2006 at 21:07 #36508ChachiGuest
You are looking for call trace on Nortel? GSM or TDMA?19th December 2006 at 13:50 #36509KarthikGuest
It is Nortel GSM19th December 2006 at 15:32 #36510SweetyGuest
CME 20? What is it actually? I know about Alex, holy book of Ericsson.19th December 2006 at 15:37 #36511SweetyGuest
I am now taking part of Roaming, B-number with my company. I am not revealed to BSC much. No good exposure to RP, Group switch, etc.,
My life is going around IMSI, B-number, MSRN, C7, SCP & SDP.
Am I progressing in the right direction? Or am I being used for lack of man power with dummy departments?
Please explain…..19th December 2006 at 15:46 #36512VKGuest
I have a doubt regarding ‘roaming’. At present I am working for a tie-up with mobile operators in South east asian countries.
Actually, there were some problems with MTC. The operator is getting a REL message (Unable to route to the destination).
They were able to send me a trace. It shows ‘calling adress signals’ as ‘0019198xxxx’. ‘0091xxx’ is the code for India. What does 1 has to do between 00 & 91xxxx. When enquired they told me as some suffix. I am unsure about it. How to go about it?20th December 2006 at 07:12 #36513prabhakar VermaGuest
Pls change it from 0019198 to 00919820th December 2006 at 14:48 #36514VKGuest
I got the answer. Operators in Indonesia have to prefix 001 while making a ISD call. Their carrier would supress the same. Clarified with the operator.
Thanks anyway.2nd January 2007 at 19:40 #36515chachiGuest
Nortel has a tool called Element Manager, where you can run a trace on IMSI or MSISDN. It will provide called num, calling num, Lac/CID, trunk group, etc.3rd January 2007 at 08:23 #36516KarthikGuest
Can you give me some more information on this Element Manager tool? Is it part of the OMC-S application or is it part of the CI?3rd January 2007 at 08:31 #36517KarthikGuest
This Element Manager is a tool specific to CDMA Nortel Switches. Is there any tool for GSM Nortel Switches similar to CTRAI in AXE-10? Calltrak is not what I am looking for…9th January 2007 at 19:22 #36518chachiGuest
There is also MTRACE, but it is a bit cumbersome. I suggest submitting a feature request to Nortel, there are virtually no good tools for this.28th February 2007 at 11:27 #36519sweetyGuest
CME-20 is the name of ericsson gsm hardware required for setting up gsm network.
atul.16th March 2007 at 07:30 #36520CashGuest
Sunil is 100% right:The only way you can use CTRAI is on a live network call! One que though :I want to know the procedure for tracing a call path from the BTS to another BTS (Both ms to ms[MO])
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