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E1 & Siemens EWSD

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    I need your opinion,
    Consider the following situation: an operator has a powerful Siemens EWSD switch passing 200 million minutes a month and has about 30’000 – 40’000 subscriber lines. It has a customer with 4 E1 ISDN lines; this customer makes not more than 900’000 minutes a month with his 4 E1 lines. May, in a real life, such a powerful switch be disequilibriated due to the traffic of these 4 E1 lines?
    Thank you in advance for your advice.

    #37871 Reply

    It depends to reached destination
    If all this traffic is for a hard richt destination it can creat overflow for these dest

    #37872 Reply

    hi bousow,
    for this case the majority of calls are sent to the mobiles of the same operator.

    #37873 Reply
    Le Tung Duong from VietNam

    Hi All!
    Could you help me, please? I want documents for EWSD, in AMA and LINE TEST, COM1 Command. Thankyou very much for your reading. My Email :

    #37874 Reply

    could some expert give an answer to the original post: is it reasonable to assume that a EWSD exchange passing 200 million minutes a month (without being overloaded) may experience problems from a traffic of a customer connected via 4 E1 PRI (and making not more than 900k minutes a month)?

    more information on the operator:
    a) the network of the operator consists of 4 such exchanges, total traffic is about 800 mmm
    b) it has about 4500 E1s only for POI interconnections (to other operators)
    c) operator advertises that its network has a lot of reserves and is very redundant.

    concerning the traffic pattern, the majority of the traffic is directed to the customers of the operator!

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