Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 5

GSM Relation at Ericcson

Dear experts,
I would like to learn that is there any possibilty that We can define the 2G-2G
relation without using CNA? Is there any script that I can run it at winfiol?
BR.

Comment(10)
Like(0)
Follow
Report spam

Elena Sinitsyna
You can take the commands from CNA and make your own script. There are all
needed commands.
8 months ago
o
o
o

Like(0)
Reply privately
Report spam

Razvan Sisca
This is the script for adding 2G - 2G relation:
RLNRI:CELL=AAAAA,CELLR=BBBBB;
RLNRC:CELL=AAAAA,CELLR=BBBBB,CS=YES,CAND=BOTH,HIHYST=4,LOHYST=4,OFF
SETP=0,AWOFFSET=7,BQOFFSET=5;
8 months ago
o
o
o

Like(0)
Reply privately
Report spam

smail Safa KORUKU

Thank you both.


Razvan, when I use these commands, does it add the bcch frequency of the source
cell to the active-idle BA list of the neighbour cell?
8 months ago
o
o
o

Like(0)
Reply privately
Report spam

Razvan Sisca
No, you need the following command:
RLMFC:CELL=AAAAA,MBCCHNO=653;
- 653 -> neighbour cell BCCH
8 months ago
o
o
o

Like(0)
Reply privately
Report spam

smail Safa KORUKU


So in overall;
I should use commands that are in your first comment, then should use the command
in your second comment but i should write the neighbour cell for the second
comment. Right?
8 months ago
o
o
o

Like(0)
Reply privately
Report spam

Razvan Sisca
This is the complete command to add bidirectional 2G to 2G relation between cell
AAAA and cell BBBB

1. RLMFC:CELL=AAAAA,MBCCHNO=653; ( 653 - BCCH cell BBBB)


1. RLMFC:CELL=BBBBB,MBCCHNO=600; ( 600 - BCCH cell AAAA)
1. RLNRI:CELL=AAAAA,CELLR=BBBBB; ( bidirectional, if you want unidirectional :
RLNRI:CELL=AAAAA,CELLR=BBBBB,single; )
4.
RLNRC:CELL=AAAAA,CELLR=BBBBB,CS=YES,CAND=BOTH,HIHYST=4,LOHYST=4,OFF
SETP=0,AWOFFSET=7,BQOFFSET=5;
8 months ago
o
o
o

Like(0)
Reply privately
Report spam

smail Safa KORUKU


Thank you so much.
8 months ago
o
o
o

Like(0)
Reply privately
Report spam

Vishal Thakkar
Brother make sure when you use command RLMFC, then afteradding MBCCHNO, ,
LISTTYPE=ACTIVE should be selected in order to make the cell monitor neighbouring
cells for handover purposes. .
8 months ago
o
o
o

Like(0)
Reply privately
Report spam

simon peter lubowa

rlnri:cell=xxd,cellr=yyy;
7 months ago
o
o
o

Like(0)
Reply privately
Report spam

M Suhaib Sarmad, Telecom engr hcna ccna cnnet ..


Telecommunication Engineer (+3 yrs.) review my profile
7 months ago
o
o
o

Like(0)
Reply privately
Report spam

Add a comment...
Send me an email for each new comment

I understans that you want to add two neighbors!,


Please refere on bellow comamnds:
Neighbor Additions
If the target cell belongs to a different BSC, it has to be defined as an external cell in the source
BSC. These are the commands to use in order to add the cell '545472'.
RLDEI:CELL=545472,CSYSTYPE=GSM1800,EXT;
RLLOC:CELL=545472,MISSNM=3,EXTPEN=OFF,SCHO=OFF,BSPWR=55,BSTXPWR=55,
BSRXMIN=127,MSRXMIN=103,BSRXSUFF=71,MSRXSUFF=47,AW=ON,HYSTSEP=90;
RLDEC:CELL=545472,CGI=23430176545472,BSIC=25,BCCHNO=662;
RLCPC:CELL=545472,MSTXPWR=30;
RLLHC:CELL=545472,LAYER=2,LAYERTHR=95,LAYERHYST=2,PSSTEMP=0,PTIMTEMP=0;
In order to create the new adjacency we execute these commands.
If both cells belong to the same BSC then execute one MML commands without an argument since
default 'MUTUAL' is assumed.
RLNRI:CELL=976183,CELLR=649913;
If cells belong to the different BSC's then execute one MML command in each direction with a
'SINGLE' argument.
RLNRI:CELL=976183,CELLR=649913,SINGLE;
RLNRI:CELL=649913,CELLR=976183,SINGLE;
We have to configure the new adjacency (for both locating algorithms):

RLNRC:CELL=976192,CELLR=545472,CAND=BOTH,HIHYST=5,LOHYST=3,OFFSETP=0,
AWOFFSET=3,BQOFFSET=3,BQOFFSETAFR=3;
RLNRC:CELL=976192,CELLR=545472,CAND=BOTH,KHYST=3,KOFFSETP=0,LHYST=3,LOFFSETP=0,
TRHYST=2,TROFFSETP=0,AWOFFSET=3,BQOFFSET=3,BQOFFSETAFR=3;