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CDLCP

Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson 2001

Call Duration Supervision, Long Duration Call, Print 1 Format


1.1 Command
CDLCP;

1.2 Parameters
This command has no parameters.

2 Function
The command CDLCP initiates the printout LONG DURATION CALL SUPERVISION DATAthat lists the set-up data of the function time supervision and disconnection of long duration calls and whether automatic disconnection is initiated. The order does not remain after system restart.

3 Examples
3.1 Example 1
CDLCP; The command results in an answer printout being issued.

4 Printouts
4.1 Check Printout
No.

4.2 Procedure Printouts


NOT ACCEPTED fault type Fault type:

FUNCTION BUSY The function is busy. FORMAT ERROR The command or a parameter was incorrectly specified. FAULT CODE 10 FUNCTIONALITY NOT SUPPORTED BY THIS EXCHANGE The functionality addressed by the command is not supported by this exchange.

4.3 Answer Printouts


LONG DURATION CALL SUPERVISION DATA

4.4 Result Printouts


This command has no result printouts.

Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson 1998

Transmission Function Synchronous Digital Path, State, Print 1 Format


1.1 Command
/ \ |SDIP=sdip... | TPSTP:[IO=io,]+ +; |SDIP=ALL[,STATE=state...]| \ /

1.2 Parameters
IO=io SDIP=sdip Input/Output (IO) device name Identifier 1 - 7 characters Synchronous Digital Path (SDIP) name Identifier 1 - 7 characters ALL All SDIPs State of SDIP BLOC Blocked PBLOC Partly blocked TRAFBLOC Traffic blocked TRAFLIM Traffic limited WO Working

STATE=state

2 Function
This command prints the state of specified SDIP on specified or default IO device. Printout SYNCHRONOUS DIGITAL PATH STATE is received. Up to 10 SDIPs can be specified in each command. The order does not remain after system restart.

3 Examples
3.1 Example 1
TPSTP:SDIP=LONDON; The state of SDIP LONDON is printed.

3.2 Example 2
TPSTP:IO=AT-4,SDIP=LONDON&OSLO; The state of the SDIPs LONDON and OSLO is printed on IO device AT-4.

3.3 Example 3
TPSTP:SDIP=ALL; The state of all SDIPs is printed.

3.4 Example 4
TPSTP:IO=AT-4,SDIP=ALL,STATE=WO&BLOC; All working and all blocked SDIPs are printed on IO device AT-4.

4 Printouts
4.1 Check Printout
No.

4.2 Procedure Printouts


ORDERED NOT ACCEPTED fault type Fault type:

FUNCTION BUSY

The function is busy. FORMAT ERROR details The command or a parameter was incorrectly specified. UNREASONABLE VALUE details The parameter was specified with an unreasonable value. FAULT CODE 2 SDIP DOES NOT EXIST details The specified SDIP does not exist. FAULT CODE 3 ALL IS NOT ACCEPTED AS AN SDIP NAME "ALL" is not accepted as a SDIP name. FAULT CODE 4 NO SDIPS EXIST No SDIPs exist. FAULT CODE 5 TOO MANY SDIPS SPECIFIED Too many SDIPs are specified.

4.3 Answer Printouts


SYNCHRONOUS DIGITAL PATH STATE

4.4 Result Printouts


SYNCHRONOUS DIGITAL PATH STATE

5 Logging
No.

6 Command Category Group


Recommended value 0 (H'0)

Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson 2000

Transcoder Pool Resource Data, Print 1 Format


1.1 Command
/ \ |ALL |/ / \\ TKPRP:TRAPOOL=+ +|,DETAILS|,BLOC||; |trapool...|\ \ // \ /

1.2 Parameters
BLOC Blocked transcoder pool resources Specifies that only the blocked transcoder resources belonging to the transcoder pool are printed. DETAILS Detail resources Specifies that all the resources belonging to the transcoder pool are printed. TRAPOOL=trapool Transcoder pool Identifier 1 - 7 characters

2 Function
This command initiates a printout of transcoder pool data for the specified transcoder pools. The data is presented in the answer printout TRANSCODER POOL RESOURCE DATA. If parameter DETAILS is specified in the command, all the transcoder resources connected to the pool are printed with their resource state. If parameter BLOC is specified in the command, only the blocked transcoder resources connected to the pool are printed. The order does not remain after system restart.

3 Examples
3.1 Example 1

TKPRP:TRAPOOL=UAMR; The transcoder pool data for the pool UAMR is printed.

3.2 Example 2
TKPRP:TRAPOOL=UAMR,DETAILS; The transcoder pool data for the pool UAMR is printed. A list of all transcoder resources in the pool is printed.

3.3 Example 3
TKPRP:TRAPOOL=UAMR,DETAILS,BLOC; The transcoder pool data for the pool UAMR is printed. A list of all the transcoder devices in the pool that are blocked is printed.

4 Printouts
4.1 Check Printout
No.

4.2 Procedure Printouts


NOT ACCEPTED fault type Fault type:

FUNCTION BUSY The function is busy. FORMAT ERROR The command or a parameter was incorrectly specified. UNREASONABLE VALUE details The parameter was specified with an unreasonable value. FAULT CODE 4 TRANSCODER POOL NAME DOES NOT EXIST details The transcoder pool to be printed does not exist.

FAULT CODE 35 FUNCTIONALITY NOT SUPPORTED BY THIS EXCHANGE Optional feature transcoder service not supported by this exchange.

4.3 Answer Printouts


TRANSCODER POOL RESOURCE DATA

4.4 Result Printouts


This command has no result printouts.

5 Logging
No.

6 Command Category Group


Recommended value 0 (H'0)

SQTLP SERVICE QUALITY STATISTICS TIME LIMITS, PRINT 1 Format


1.1 Command
SQTLP;

1.2 Parameters
-

2 Function
The command requests printout of the time limits for post-dialling delay,time to B-answer and conversation time. These times are specified with command SQTLI. The order does not remain after system restart.

3 Examples
3.1 Example
SQTLP; The time limits for post-dialling delay,B-answer and conversation time will be printed.

SQREP SERVICE QUALITY STATISTICS RESULT, PRINT 1 Format


1.1 Command
/ / \\ | |DETAILED|| SQREP:MP=mp|,+ +|; | |SURVEY || \ \ //

1.2 Parameters
DETAILED MP=mp Detailed answer printout Measuring program identity (Numeral) The number of measuring programs is size alterable. See Application Information for block SEQS3. Survey answer printout

SURVEY

2 Function
The command requests a printout of the current service quality statistics which is received as an answer printout. If there is no result output period in progress the previous result output period results will be printed. The answer printout can be detailed or survey. If the parameter DETAILED or SURVEY is omitted the answer printout type will be survey. The detailed answer printout shows all events. Time limits (PDD, BANSWER, CTIME) which have not been specified are not shown. The survey answer printout is presented in main groups, and events that have not got any registrations will not be included in this printout. The results are presented in the printout SERVICE QUALITY STATISTICS RESULT and the printout SERVICE QUALITY STATISTICS RESULT SURVEY. The order does not remain after system restart.

3 Examples

3.1 Example 1
SQREP:MP=6; A subresult received as an answer printout is requested for measuring program 6. The answer printout type is survey.

3.2 Example 2
SQREP:MP=7,DETAILED; A subresult received as an answer printout is requested for measuring program 7. The answer printout type is detailed.

4 Printouts
4.1 Check Printout
No.

4.2 Procedure Printouts


NOT ACCEPTED fault type Fault type: FORMAT ERROR Format error UNREASONABLE VALUE details Unreasonable value FAULT CODE 16 SPECIFIED MP IS NOT DEFINED FOR THE FUNCTION The specified measuring program is not defined for the function. FAULT CODE 17 THE FIRST RECORDING PERIOD HAS NOT STARTED The first recording period has not started. FAULT CODE 24 BUFFER FOR OUTPUT NOT AVAILABLE Buffer for output is not available. Give the command again.

4.3 Answer Printouts


SERVICE QUALITY STATISTICS RESULT SERVICE QUALITY STATISTICS RESULT SURVEY

4.4 Result Printouts


-

5 Logging
No.

6 Command Category Group


Recommended value 0 (H'0).

7 Command Receiving Block

COMMAND DESCRIPTION 3/190 82-CNT 216 1205 Uen A1

SQMPP SERVICE QUALITY STATISTICS MEASURING PROGRAM, PRINT 1 Format


1.1 Command
/ \ |mp...| SQMPP:MP=+ +; |ALL | \ /

1.2 Parameters
mp Measuring program identity. ALL All measuring programs defined in the function.

2 Function
The command requests output of data for one or several measuring programs and of the number of idle measuring programs. The order does not remain after system restart.

3 Examples
3.1 Example 1
SQMPP:MP=1&3; Printout of measuring programs 1 and 3 is requested.

3.2 Example 2

SQMPP:MP=ALL; Printout of all measuring programs is requested.

4 Printouts
4.1 Check Printout
No.

4.2 Procedure Printouts


NOT ACCEPTED fault type Fault type: FORMAT ERROR Formal format fault in relation to the command description. UNREASONABLE VALUE details Unreasonable values, overaddressing. FAULT CODE 16 details The specified measuring program is not defined for the function.

4.3 Answer Printouts


SERVICE QUALITY STATISTICS MEASURING PROGRAM

4.4 Result Printouts


-

5 Logging
No.

6 Command Category Group

Recommended value 0 (H' 0 ).

7 Command Receiving Block


SEQS2

COMMAND DESCRIPTION 2/190 82-CNT 216 1470 Uen B

SQESP Service Quality Statistics Connection of End-of- Selection Codes, Print 1 Format
1.1 Command
/ \ |event...| SQESP:EVENT=+ +; |ALL | \ /

1.2 Parameters
EVENT=event Event group ALL All event groups

The following events are possible: GROUP 1: ARBDAD A-replacement before, during or after dialling

BBUSY BNOEX BOUT CONGGS CONGJT CONGNW

B-subscriber busy B-number does not exist B-number out of order Congestion in group switch Congestion in junctor terminals Congestion in the network (that is, in the next exchange) Congestion in outgoing trunk (last choice route) Congestion in time switch. (in the digital subscriber switch) End-of selection codes not connected to any specified event group Faulty signal received in code receiver Faulty signal received in code sender Faulty signal received in incoming trunk Faulty signal received in outgoing trunk Hardware fault in code receiver Hardware fault in code sender Hardware fault in junctor terminals Hardware fault in incoming trunk Hardware fault in outgoing trunk

CONGOT CONGTS

EOSNOSE

FSIGCR FSIGCS FSIGIT FSIGOT HWFCR HWFCS HWFJT HWFIT HWFOT

HWFTS

Hardware fault in the time switch. (in the digital subscriber switch) Calls blocked due to Network Management actions Time out before or during dialling Time out in code sender Time out in outgoing trunk For own use For own use For own use . . . For own use

NMBLO TOBDD TOCS TOOT SPARE1 SPARE2 SPARE3 . . . SPARE16 GROUP 2: RESHF RESSF

Hardware fault in speech position Signalling fault in speech position

2 Function
Command SQESP requests a printout of specified event groups with the corresponding end-of-selection codes. The printout SERVICE QUALITY STATISTICS END-OF-SELECTION CODES PER EVENT is received in answer to this command. The order does not remain after system restart.

3 Examples
3.1 Example 1

SQESP:EVENT=BBUSY&BOUT&BNOEX; The corresponding end-of-selection codes will be printed for the following event groups: - B-subscriber busy - B-number out of order - B-number does not exist

3.2 Example 2
SQESP:EVENT=EOSNOSE; The end-of-selection codes which are not connected to any event group will be printed.

3.3 Example 3
SQESP:EVENT=ALL; End-of-selection codes will be printed for all event groups.

4 Printouts
4.1 Check Printout
No.

4.2 Procedure Printouts


NOT ACCEPTED fault type Fault type: FORMAT ERROR Format error. UNREASONABLE VALUE details Unreasonable value. FAULT CODE 26 EVENT CANNOT BE SPECIFIED WITH THIS APPLICATION SYSTEM If the application parameter HFANDSFALLOWED is not set, then events RESHF and RESSF are not allowed for the function.

4.3 Answer Printouts


SERVICE QUALITY STATISTICS END-OF-SELECTION CODES PER EVENT

4.4 Result Printouts


-

5 Logging
No.

6 Command Category Group


Recommended value 0 (H'0).

7 Command Receiving Block


SEQS1

COMMAND DESCRIPTION 2/190 82-CNT 216 1470 Uen B

SQESP Service Quality Statistics Connection of End-of- Selection Codes, Print 1 Format
1.1 Command
/ \ |event...| SQESP:EVENT=+ +; |ALL | \ /

1.2 Parameters
EVENT=event Event group ALL All event groups

The following events are possible: GROUP 1: ARBDAD BBUSY BNOEX BOUT CONGGS CONGJT CONGNW A-replacement before, during or after dialling B-subscriber busy B-number does not exist B-number out of order Congestion in group switch Congestion in junctor terminals Congestion in the network (that is, in the next exchange)

CONGOT CONGTS

Congestion in outgoing trunk (last choice route) Congestion in time switch. (in the digital subscriber switch) End-of selection codes not connected to any specified event group Faulty signal received in code receiver Faulty signal received in code sender Faulty signal received in incoming trunk Faulty signal received in outgoing trunk Hardware fault in code receiver Hardware fault in code sender Hardware fault in junctor terminals Hardware fault in incoming trunk Hardware fault in outgoing trunk Hardware fault in the time switch. (in the digital subscriber switch) Calls blocked due to Network Management actions Time out before or during dialling Time out in code sender Time out in outgoing trunk For own use

EOSNOSE

FSIGCR FSIGCS FSIGIT FSIGOT HWFCR HWFCS HWFJT HWFIT HWFOT HWFTS

NMBLO TOBDD TOCS TOOT SPARE1

SPARE2 SPARE3 . . . SPARE16 GROUP 2: RESHF RESSF

For own use For own use . . . For own use

Hardware fault in speech position Signalling fault in speech position

2 Function
Command SQESP requests a printout of specified event groups with the corresponding end-of-selection codes. The printout SERVICE QUALITY STATISTICS END-OF-SELECTION CODES PER EVENT is received in answer to this command. The order does not remain after system restart.

3 Examples
3.1 Example 1
SQESP:EVENT=BBUSY&BOUT&BNOEX; The corresponding end-of-selection codes will be printed for the following event groups: - B-subscriber busy - B-number out of order - B-number does not exist

3.2 Example 2
SQESP:EVENT=EOSNOSE; The end-of-selection codes which are not connected to any event group will be printed.

3.3 Example 3

SQESP:EVENT=ALL; End-of-selection codes will be printed for all event groups.

4 Printouts
4.1 Check Printout
No.

4.2 Procedure Printouts


NOT ACCEPTED fault type Fault type: FORMAT ERROR Format error. UNREASONABLE VALUE details Unreasonable value. FAULT CODE 26 EVENT CANNOT BE SPECIFIED WITH THIS APPLICATION SYSTEM If the application parameter HFANDSFALLOWED is not set, then events RESHF and RESSF are not allowed for the function.

4.3 Answer Printouts


SERVICE QUALITY STATISTICS END-OF-SELECTION CODES PER EVENT

4.4 Result Printouts


-

5 Logging
No.

6 Command Category Group

Recommended value 0 (H'0).

7 Command Receiving Block


SEQS1

COMMAND DESCRIPTION 6/190 82-CNT 298 0026 Uen B

NRGGP
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Network Resourcing, Media Gateway Group, Print 1 Format


1.1 Command
/ \ |mgg...| NRGGP:MGG=+ +; |ALL | \ /

1.2 Parameters
MGG=mgg Media gateway group Text string 1 - 7 characters ALL All defined Media Gateway Groups (MGG)s.

2 Function
This command orders a printout with information about a specific or all the defined MGGs. When parameter MGG is assigned with a name of a specific MGG, only data for the specified MGG are printed. When it is assigned with the value ALL, data for all defined MGGs are printed. Answer printout MEDIA GATEWAY GROUP DATA is received. The order does not remain after system restart.

3 Examples
3.1 Example 1
NRGGP:MGG="MGG4GBR"&"MGG3GR"; Information about media gateway groups "MGG4GBR" and "MGG3GR" are printed.

3.2 Example 2
NRGGP:MGG=ALL; Information about all defined media gateway groups are printed.

4 Printouts
4.1 Check Printout
No.

4.2 Procedure Printouts


NOT ACCEPTED fault type Fault type:

FORMAT ERROR The command or a parameter was incorrectly specified.

UNREASONABLE VALUE details The parameter was specified with an unreasonable value. FAULT CODE 10 THE SPECIFIED MGG HAS NOT BEEN DEFINED The specified MGG has not been defined. FAULT CODE 14 FUNCTIONALITY NOT SUPPORTED BY THE APPLICATION The functionality is not supported by the application. FAULT CODE 26 FUNCTIONALITY NOT SUPPORTED BY THIS EXCHANGE The functionality is not supported by this exchange.

4.3 Answer Printouts


MEDIA GATEWAY GROUP DATA

4.4 Result Printouts


This command has no result printouts.

5 Logging
No.

6 Command Category Group


Recommended value 00 (H'00)

7 Command Receiving Block


NRM

8 Glossary
MGG Media Gateway Group

9 References

9.1 Printout Descriptions


MEDIA GATEWAY GROUP DATA

COMMAND DESCRIPTION 3/190 82-CNT 238 0164 Uen A

HGSTP
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Home Location Register, Subscriber Tracing, Print 1 Format


1.1 Command
/ \ |imsi| HGSTP:IMSI=+ +; |ALL | \ /

1.2 Parameters
IMSI=imsi International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) See the Application Information for block HTRAN. ALL All IMSI with initiated trace data

2 Function

This command prints the trace data for mobile subscribers in Home Location Register (HLR). Answer printout HLR SUBSCRIBER TRACING DATA is received. This command can be initiated from up to 16 Input/Output (IO) devices simultaneously. Only one command can be initiated when parameter ALL is specified. The order does not remain after system restart.

3 Examples
3.1 Example 1
HGSTP:IMSI=ALL; The trace data for all mobile subscribers, are printed.

3.2 Example 2
HGSTP:IMSI=1234567890; The trace data for IMSI 1234567890 are printed.

4 Printouts
4.1 Check Printout
No.

4.2 Procedure Printouts


NOT ACCEPTED fault type Fault type:

FUNCTION BUSY The function is busy. FORMAT ERROR The command or a parameter was incorrectly specified.

UNREASONABLE VALUE details The parameter was specified with an unreasonable value. FAULT CODE 13 IMSI NOT DEFINED The IMSI is not defined. FAULT CODE 73 SUBSCRIBER DISCONNECTION IN PROGRESS Disconnection in progress for that mobile subscriber. FAULT CODE 75 FUNCTIONALITY NOT SUPPORTED BY THIS EXCHANGE The functionality connected to the command is not supported by this exchange. FAULT CODE 232 TRACE DATA NOT INITIATED FOR THIS IMSI No trace data are initiated for the specified IMSI.

4.3 Answer Printouts


HLR SUBSCRIBER TRACING DATA

4.4 Result Printouts


This command has no result printouts.

5 Logging
No.

6 Command Category Group


Recommended value 0 (H'0)

7 Command Receiving Block


HSTRA

8 Glossary

HLR IMSI IO

Home Location Register International Mobile Subscriber Identity Input/Output

9 References
9.1 Printout Descriptions
HLR SUBSCRIBER TRACING DATA

9.2 Application Information


HTRAN

COMMAND DESCRIPTION 2/190 82-CNT 238 0034 Uen D

HGSDP
Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson 2001

Home Location Register, Subscriber Data, Print 1 Format

1.1 Command
/ \ |MSISDN=msisdn...| | | HGSDP:+IMSI=imsi... + | | |CONNECTED | \ / / | / \ | |ALL | | |SUDA| |,+SSDA+ | |LOC | | |PDP | | \ / \ \ | | | |; | | | /

1.2 Parameters
ALL CONNECTED IMSI=imsi All subscriber data All connected subscribers International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) See the Application Information for block HTRAN. LOC MSISDN=msisdn Subscriber location data Mobile Station ISDN Number (MSISDN) See the Application Information for block HTRAN. PDP Packet Data Protocol (PDP) context subscriber data Application system dependant parameter. SSDA SUDA Permanent and supplementary service subscriber data Permanent subscriber data

2 Function
This command prints subscriber data for mobile subscribers in Home Location Register (HLR). Answer printout HLR SUBSCRIBER DATA is received. Associated answer printouts are also received depending on the parameter given: PERMANENT SUBSCRIBER DATA, SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICE DATA, LOCATION DATA and PACKET DATA PROTOCOL CONTEXT DATA answer printouts are received when parameter ALL is entered. PERMANENT SUBSCRIBER DATA is received when parameter SUDA is entered. PERMANENT SUBSCRIBER DATA and SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICE DATA answer printouts are received when parameter SSDA is entered. LOCATION DATA answer printout is received when parameter LOC is entered.

PACKET DATA PROTOCOL CONTEXT DATA answer printout is received when parameter PDP is entered.

This command can be initiated from up to 16 Input/Output (IO) devices simultaneously. The order does not remain after system restart.

3 Examples
3.1 Example 1
HGSDP:CONNECTED; Subscriber data for all connected subscribers are printed.

3.2 Example 2
HGSDP:IMSI=1234567890,ALL; All subscriber data for the mobile subscriber with IMSI 1234567890 are printed.

3.3 Example 3
HGSDP:IMSI=1234567890,SUDA; Permanent subscriber data for the mobile subscriber with IMSI 1234567890 are printed.

3.4 Example 4
HGSDP:MSISDN=3417429013,SSDA; Permanent and supplementary service subscriber data for the mobile subscriber with MSISDN 3417429013 are printed.

3.5 Example 5
HGSDP:MSISDN=3417429013,LOC; Location data for the mobile subscriber with MSISDN 3417429013 are printed.

3.6 Example 6
HGSDP:CONNECTED,LOC;

Location data for all connected subscribers are printed.

3.7 Example 7
HGSDP:MSISDN=3417429013&3417429015,SSDA; Permanent and supplementary service subscriber data for the mobile subscribers with MSISDNs 3417429013 and 3417429015 are printed.

3.8 Example 8
HGSDP:IMSI=3417429013&3417429015,PDP; PDP context data for the mobile subscribers with IMSIs 3417429013 and 3417429015 are printed.

4 Printouts
4.1 Check Printout
No.

4.2 Procedure Printouts


NOT ACCEPTED fault type Fault type:

FUNCTION BUSY The function is busy. FORMAT ERROR The command or a parameter was incorrectly specified. UNREASONABLE VALUE details The parameter was specified with an unreasonable value. FAULT CODE 183 PARAMETER NOT SUPPORTED BY THIS EXCHANGE details The parameter is not supported by this exchange.

4.3 Answer Printouts


HLR SUBSCRIBER DATA LOCATION DATA PACKET DATA PROTOCOL CONTEXT DATA PERMANENT SUBSCRIBER DATA SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICE DATA

4.4 Result Printouts


This command has no result printouts.

5 Logging
No.

6 Command Category Group


Recommended value 0 (H'0)

7 Command Receiving Block


HSDA

8 Glossary
HLR IMSI IO MSISDN PDP Home Location Register International Mobile Subscriber Identity Input/Output Mobile Station ISDN Number Packet Data Protocol

9 References
9.1 Printout Descriptions
HLR SUBSCRIBER DATA LOCATION DATA PACKET DATA PROTOCOL CONTEXT DATA PERMANENT SUBSCRIBER DATA

SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICE DATA

9.2 Application Information


HTRAN