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29th September 2009 at 22:13 #37100JoseGuest
can you help me to confirm which is the ITU-T recommendation mentionated by Tariq?
BR//José.26th February 2010 at 17:46 #37101jagdishGuest
hi , I have a question , that is – How many maximum number of HSL (high speed links ) can be created between two Nodes . and why …25th March 2010 at 19:00 #37102B DasuGuest
for 1 Signaling link(64kbps)= earlang is 0.189 then what will be the earlang for HSL link.(2mbps)1st April 2010 at 15:16 #37103diggyGuest
can some help me on the following:
1. if a mobile node ( e. HLR) is equipped with say 4 ASPs ( application server process)how many associations can be created towards other NEs such as SMSC,IN,MSC server, etc..19th July 2010 at 19:18 #37104pradeepGuest
in cas ts16 carries only signalling data of 2 ts but signalling of 30 ts are done in a multiframe of 16 frames3rd November 2010 at 07:29 #37105DineshGuest
Can anyone tell me the signalling link capacity of 1 HSL, in terms of Erlang or number of SMS3rd April 2011 at 15:11 #37106NIHIT SRIVASTAVAGuest
What is the capacity in erlangs of one HSL as LSL have 1 erlang capacity wrt 1 link?19th July 2011 at 07:28 #37107Deebendu KumarGuest
I am looking for tool to calculate ss7 link per erlang.17th August 2011 at 10:03 #37108shunmugomGuest
Good evening to all, can you tell me how to restrict voice channels in SS7 Signalling link18th August 2011 at 06:07 #37109MickGuest
if we consider ONLY the voice channels, without ANY other services, that a one SS7 link can serve up to 1 500 voice channels20th August 2011 at 06:18 #37110DineshGuest
How can we improve the paging performence17th May 2012 at 08:42 #37111JeetGuest
pls clarify, to calculate SS7 signaling link load on a particular link..why Max of Tx or Rx Octets is taken instead of sum of Tx & Rx Octets?
Formula sig link load: (Max of Tx or Rx Octets)+ 7*MSU / Tin * 60 * 8000. You use the attached tool (c7tm.exe) for this purpose.17th May 2012 at 10:41 #37112BijoyGuest
This is due to the counter design.The counters Octets RX/TX are accumulation counters which take sum of all RX/TX octets for a given duration.
In case,at any time if any of your SL reaches(TX/RX) > 0.2 Erl(or whatever the threshold set),an SL congestion/overload alarm is set.
Bijoy19th March 2013 at 07:06 #37113SanketGuest
I have 23 MSU for a call and the max load is 8 calls per second. Average MSU size is 120 bytes.
The max loading on one link should be 40%.
Based on the above data, can anyone tell me how many LSL (64kbps) links will be required to cater the above traffic. Thanks.25th April 2014 at 12:42 #37114GanisaGuest
Can any one tell me what is the maximum number of E1s that can be connected to one signaling link in SS7 network. thank you