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ZTE SGSN leading to sleeping cell

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    KP
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    Hi Pix,
    There is a function in the ZTE SGSN side that can containment such a PDP packet over a Mobile-Station, which was transmitted over 500 times within one second.
    If the function was Enabled on SGSN then the number of sleeping cells will dramatically decrease.
    If the function was Disabled on SGSN then the number of sleeping cells will dramatically increase.

    Regards,
    KP

    #69060 Reply
    pix
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    huuu…. what is your question ?

    pix

    #69061 Reply
    KP
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    Hi Pix,

    Why the sleeping cell is increased ?

    Regards,
    Prasanta

    #69062 Reply
    pix
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    the point of the feature is to prevent sleeping cells ! the sgsn will “ping” the MS in the cell, in order to force the cell to be continuously “gprs awake”.
    With the feature disabled, it’s normal that the sleeping cells increase. Otherwise it means the feature is useless 🙂

    Now “why are cells sleeping”… this i don’t know. It’s more or less apparent in different vendors. I believe I read that E/ is doing this “ping” by default.

    Regards
    pix

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