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  1. 1. SIEMENS S.A. SPOTS V10 Drop 4 Siemens Performance Reports July/2003 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  2. 2.  SIEMENS S.A. OG IC R&D WON NM CP2 R. Irmãos Siemens, nº 1 2720-093 Amadora Portugal All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, for any purpose other than the purchaser’s personal use without the written permission of Siemens S.A. This document consists of a total of 269 pages. The information contained in this document is subject to change.
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Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA Table of Contents 1 INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................6 1.1 Purpose ........................................................................................................................................................ 6 1.2 Reference Documents.................................................................................................................................. 7 1.3 Abbreviations................................................................................................................................................ 8 1.4 Definitions..................................................................................................................................................... 9 2 PU LOAD ..............................................................................................................................................13 2.1 Core Network.............................................................................................................................................. 13 2.1.1 MP Load Report................................................................................................................................. 14 2.1.2 CP Load Report ................................................................................................................................. 16 2.2 Radio Access Network ............................................................................................................................... 18 2.2.1 BSC Load Report............................................................................................................................... 19 2.2.2 NodeB Load Report ........................................................................................................................... 21 2.2.3 RNC Processor Load Report ............................................................................................................. 23 SS7 SURVEILLANCE ................................................................................................................................25 3.1 CCNC Platforms ......................................................................................................................................... 25 3.1.1 CCNC SS7 Switch Surveillance Report ............................................................................................. 26 3.1.2 CCNC SS7 Route Set Surveillance Report........................................................................................ 28 3.1.3 CCNC SS7 Link Set Surveillance Report........................................................................................... 29 3.1.4 CCNC SS7 Link Surveillance Report ................................................................................................. 30 3.1.5 CCNC SS7 Link Load Report ............................................................................................................ 31 3.2 SSNC Platforms ......................................................................................................................................... 33 3.2.1 SSNC SS7 Node Surveillance Report ............................................................................................... 34 3.2.2 SSNC SS7 Sign Point Surveillance Report........................................................................................ 35 3.2.3 SSNC SS7 Route Set Surveillance Report ........................................................................................ 36 3.2.4 SSNC SS7 Link Set Surveillance Report ........................................................................................... 37 3.2.5 SSNC SS7 Link Surveillance Report ................................................................................................. 39 4 CORE NETWORK....................................................................................................................................41 4.1 CS .............................................................................................................................................................. 41 4.1.1 TGRP Load Report ............................................................................................................................ 42 4.1.2 TGRP Load Type Report ................................................................................................................... 47 4.1.3 Dest Report........................................................................................................................................ 49 4.1.4 Flow Report ....................................................................................................................................... 52 4.1.5 PBX Load Report ............................................................................................................................... 55 4.1.6 PBX Service Load Report .................................................................................................................. 57 4.1.7 MSC VLR Surveillance ...................................................................................................................... 59 4.1.7.1 MSC Grade of Service Report................................................................................................... 59 4.1.7.2 VLR Load Analysis Report ........................................................................................................ 63 4.1.7.3 Mobile Originating Calls Analysis Report .................................................................................. 65 4.1.7.3.1 UMTS Mobile Originating Calls Analysis Report............................................................... 68 4.1.7.4 Mobile Terminating Calls Analysis Report................................................................................. 71 4.1.7.4.1 UMTS Mobile Terminating Calls Analysis Report ............................................................. 74 4.1.7.5 Handover Analysis Report......................................................................................................... 76 4.1.7.5.1 UMTS Handover Analysis Report ..................................................................................... 78 4.1.7.6 Location Update Analysis Report .............................................................................................. 80 4.1.7.7 Short Message Service Analysis Report ................................................................................... 82 4.1.7.8 Data And Fax Analysis Report .................................................................................................. 84 4.1.7.9 MSC Call Flow Report............................................................................................................... 88 4.1.7.10 MSC Handover Flow Report ................................................................................................... 90 4.2 PS............................................................................................................................................................... 91 4.2.1 ATM SP on xGSN.............................................................................................................................. 92 4.2.1.1 GTP Throughput Report............................................................................................................ 92 4.2.2 GGSN ................................................................................................................................................ 94 4.2.2.1 Virtual Router Load Report........................................................................................................ 94 4.2.2.2 ISP Session Analysis Report..................................................................................................... 96 4.2.3 ATM MP on SGSN............................................................................................................................. 98 4.2.3.1 MP Overload ............................................................................................................................. 98 4.2.3.1.1 SGSN Uplink MP Overload Report ................................................................................... 98 4.2.3.1.2 SGSN Downlink MP Overload Report ............................................................................ 101 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 3
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Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 4.2.3.2 SGSN Licence Violations Report ............................................................................................ 103 4.2.3.3 Reports with 2nd and 3rd Generation variants .......................................................................... 105 4.2.3.3.1 SGSN Session Analysis Report...................................................................................... 105 4.2.3.3.2 SGSN Performance Analysis Report .............................................................................. 108 4.2.3.3.3 SGSN Nominal Load Report........................................................................................... 111 4.2.3.4 Cisco based GGSN Reports ................................................................................................... 114 4.2.3.4.1 APN Performance Report ...............................................................................................114 4.2.3.4.2 GGSN Performance Report............................................................................................ 114 4.2.3.4.3 GTP Throughput Report ................................................................................................. 115 4.3 VAS .......................................................................................................................................................... 116 4.3.1 MSP................................................................................................................................................. 117 5 RADIO ACCESS NETWORK....................................................................................................................118 5.1 GERAN..................................................................................................................................................... 118 5.1.1 Base Station Overview Report......................................................................................................... 119 5.1.2 Base Station Ranking Report........................................................................................................... 124 5.1.3 Base Station Grade Of Service Report ............................................................................................ 127 5.1.4 Base Station Call Setup Analysis Report ......................................................................................... 133 5.1.5 Base Station Traffic Flow Report ..................................................................................................... 135 5.1.6 Base Station Traffic Report.............................................................................................................. 137 5.1.7 Base Station Synthesis Report ........................................................................................................ 140 5.1.8 Base Station Handover Overview Report ........................................................................................ 144 5.1.9 Base Station Handover Analysis Report .......................................................................................... 147 5.1.10 Base Station Outgoing Handover Report....................................................................................... 150 5.1.11 Unbalanced Links Report............................................................................................................... 153 5.1.12 Base Station GPRS Performance Report ...................................................................................... 155 5.1.13 Base Station Interference Band Report ......................................................................................... 157 5.1.14 TRX Level And Quality Report....................................................................................................... 158 5.1.15 Base Station Link Quality Report ................................................................................................... 160 5.1.16 Correlated Data Histogram Reports............................................................................................... 163 5.2 UTRAN..................................................................................................................................................... 165 5.2.1 UTRAN Overview Report................................................................................................................. 166 5.2.2 Connection Drop per Cause Report................................................................................................. 169 5.2.3 RRC Analysis Report ....................................................................................................................... 171 5.2.4 RRC Establishment per Cause Report ............................................................................................ 174 5.2.5 RAB Analysis Report ....................................................................................................................... 176 5.2.6 RAB Failure per Cause Report ........................................................................................................ 179 5.2.7 Soft HO Analysis Report .................................................................................................................. 181 5.2.8 Branch Addition Failure per Cause Report ...................................................................................... 184 5.2.9 Hard HO Analysis Report................................................................................................................. 186 6 REAL-TIME REPORTS...........................................................................................................................189 6.1 Bar-Chart Reports Visualization ............................................................................................................... 190 6.2 Monitoring Panel Reports Visualization.................................................................................................... 191 6.3 CN Circuit Switched Real-Time Reports................................................................................................... 192 6.3.1 MSC Monitoring Panel Report ......................................................................................................... 193 6.3.2 EXCH Bar Chart Report................................................................................................................... 195 6.3.3 LOCAR Bar Chart Report ................................................................................................................ 204 6.3.4 CELL Bar Chart Report.................................................................................................................... 205 6.3.5 ANGRP Bar Chart Report ................................................................................................................ 206 6.4 CN Packet Switched Real-Time Reports.................................................................................................. 207 6.4.1 BIAS Load Monitoring Panel Report ................................................................................................ 208 6.4.2 APN Bar Chart Report ..................................................................................................................... 210 6.4.3 CARD Bar Chart Report................................................................................................................... 211 6.4.4 VRINDEX Bar Chart Report............................................................................................................. 214 6.4.5 SLOTPORT Bar Chart Report ......................................................................................................... 216 6.4.6 DLC Bar Chart Report...................................................................................................................... 219 6.4.7 VPL Bar Chart Report ...................................................................................................................... 220 6.4.8 VCL Bar Chart Report...................................................................................................................... 221 6.4.9 MIB2IFINDEX Bar Chart Report ...................................................................................................... 222 6.4.10 VR Bar Chart Report...................................................................................................................... 224 6.4.11 RADIUSACC Bar Chart Report...................................................................................................... 226 6.4.12 RADIUSAUTH Bar Chart Report.................................................................................................... 228 6.4.13 BVC Bar Chart Report ................................................................................................................... 231 6.4.14 NSE Bar Chart Report ................................................................................................................... 232 6.4.15 NSVC Bar Chart Report................................................................................................................. 233 6.4.16 CAPN Bar Chart Report................................................................................................................. 234 6.4.17 CMIB2IFINDEX Bar Chart Report.................................................................................................. 235 4 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  5. 5. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 6.4.18 CGGSN Bar Chart Report.............................................................................................................. 237 6.5 VAS Real-Time Reports ........................................................................................................................... 239 6.5.1 MSP Bar Chart Report ..................................................................................................................... 240 6.6 GERAN Real-Time Reports...................................................................................................................... 242 6.6.1 BTS Monitoring Panel Report .......................................................................................................... 243 6.6.2 BTS Bar Chart Report...................................................................................................................... 245 6.6.3 TRX Bar Chart Report...................................................................................................................... 253 6.6.4 BSC Bar Chart Report ..................................................................................................................... 254 6.6.5 BTSM Bar Chart Report................................................................................................................... 255 6.7 UTRAN Real-Time Reports ...................................................................................................................... 256 6.7.1 UCELL Monitoring Panel Report...................................................................................................... 257 6.7.2 RNC Monitoring Panel Report ......................................................................................................... 259 6.7.3 UCELL Bar Chart Report ................................................................................................................. 261 6.7.4 RNC Bar Chart Report ..................................................................................................................... 265 6.7.5 STM1LINE Bar Chart Report ........................................................................................................... 267 6.7.6 E1LINE Bar Chart Report ................................................................................................................ 268 6.7.7 STM1VP Bar Chart Report .............................................................................................................. 269 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 5
  6. 6. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 1 Introduction 1.1 Purpose The goal of this document is to provide the detailed description of all SPOTS V10.0 Performance Pre- Defined Reports. The usage of a separate document to describe SIEMENS reports takes into account the fact that these reports may evolve faster than the SPOTS infrastructure itself; thus, this solution provides a suitable response to changing customer requirements. A very large set of pre-defined performance measurement reports covering all technological domains, are provided under the "SIEMENS reports" folder. These are the SIEMENS suggested pre-defined reports, which were developed making use of a large experience supporting network operators all over the world. They should be considered just as SIEMENS proposals that neither cover every specific aspect of each network nor are thought to be compliant with every operator usual workflow. Case it is found necessary to extend the functionality of these reports (e.g. customisation for a particular case), SIEMENS reports can be used as templates to build custom reports. This can be done using the Reports Editor interface, described within [21], to edit the reports according to the syntax of the SPOTS reporting language (SRL). The syntax of this language is very simple, but powerful enough to describe any complex report — for details about SRL please refer to [18]. Be aware that, if changes are performed over the original version of the report (i.e. keeping the same report name), they will be lost upon upgrade to a new SPOTS installation. To avoid this, copy the report to a different file name after editing it — through this process, any number of versions of a pre-defined report can be created. Figure 1 – Reports Editor Interface. 6 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  7. 7. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 1.2 Reference Documents [01] Training Documentation 1835 : SSS Traffic Measurement [02] 3GPP TS 52.402 Telecommunication Management Performance Management (PM) – Performance Measurements – GSM [03] Information – Traffic Data Administration – Traffic Measurement (Siemens Doc A50016-D1108-G801-*-7618) [04] Information – Traffic Data Administration – Traffic Measurement (Siemens Doc A50016-D1109-G801-*-7618) [05] Service Information Traffic Administration and Monitoring the Grade of Service (GOS) [06] Information – Performance Management (Siemens Doc A50016-D3102-G803-*-7618) [07] Information – Traffic and Performance Data Counter Description (CS) (Siemens Doc A50016-D1702-G802-*-7618) [08] Information – System – Performance Management (Siemens Doc A50016-D3102-G803-*-7618) [09] Information – Traffic and Performance Data Counter Description (PS) (Siemens Doc A50016-D1702-G803-*-7618) [10] Performance Management (GR3.0/UCR2.0) (Siemens Doc P30308-A9001-A133-*-7659) [11] Information – Traffic – Traffic Measurement (Siemens Doc A30828-X1133-G410-*-7618) [12] Information – Traffic – Traffic Measurement (Siemens Doc A30828-X1150-G410-*-7618) [13] Information – Performance Measurement Counter (Siemens Doc A30308-X3247-G040-*-7618) [14] Information – PM:SBS Counter (Siemens Doc A30308-X3247-H40-*-7618) [15] Information – PM:SBS Counter (Siemens Doc A30808-X3247-K40-*-7618) [16] Performance Measurement SBS Message Flows (Siemens Doc A30808-X3247-G41-2-7618) [17] UTRAN – Performance Measurement Procedure UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network – TED:PMC (Siemens Doc A50016-G5000-C202-*-7618) [18] Reports Processing Language – SPOTS V10 (SSA Doc E200109-01-314-V10.0I-*) [19] Information – PM:SBS Key Performance Indicators (Siemens Doc A30808-X3247-A912-*-7618) [20] UTRAN Key Performance Indicators (MOBNET doc released IUS at 2002-08-02) [21] User Manual – SPOTS V10 (SSA Doc E200301-01-114-V10.0I-*) [22] Data Model – SPOTS V10 (SSA Doc E200301-01-414-V10.0I-*) E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 7
  8. 8. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 1.3 Abbreviations BSC Base Station Controller. BR BSS Release. BSS Base Station System. BTS Base Transceiver Station. CCNC Common Channel Network Control. CP Coordination Processor. CS Circuit Switching. EDGE Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution. GERAN GSM and EDGE Radio Access Network (formerly known as BSS). GGSN Gateway GPRS Support Node. GOS Grade Of Service. GPRS General Packet Radio Service. GSM Global System For Mobile Communications. GSS GPRS Sub-System. GR GSS Release. HO Handover. I-RAT Inter-Radio Access Technology. IP Internet Protocol. ISP Internet Service Provider. MP Main Processor; designation of NE platform ("36190") that uses this processor. MSC Mobile Switching Centre. NE Network Element (also referred to as "node" or "network node"). PBH Peak Busy Hour. PDCH Packet Data Channel. PM Performance Management. PO Packet-Oriented. PS Packet Switching. QoS Quality of Service. RNC Radio Network Controller. SBS Siemens BSS. SGSN Serving GPRS Support Node. SPBH Sample at PBH. SP Service Processor; designation of NE platform ("XP140") that uses this processor. SPOTS Support for Planning, Operation & Maintenance and Traffic Analysis. SRL SPOTS Reporting Language. SS7 Signalling System No. 7 SSNC Signalling System Network Control. TRX Transceiver. UMTS Universal Mobile Telecommunication System. UTRAN UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network. 8 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  9. 9. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 1.4 Definitions In this chapter several terms frequently used within this document are defined. Please be aware that some definitions represent a restriction to the normal use of the term that only applies to the present document. Abbreviated Name The performance indicator abbreviated name that will be displayed on the report output. For the KPIs described within [17] and [19], a short KPI name is usually defined and often used as abbreviated name. Aggregation The Aggregation field will show how to evaluate for multiple elementary time periods (also called sample periods or granularity periods). Below are the aggregation criteria: SPBH TC Peak Sample at Time Coherent Peak Busy Hour for one or more days. The Time Coherent Peak Busy Hour is calculated by evaluating the Detailed data for a group of days, finding the day-profile (i.e. evolution of a reference variable throughout the time for one day) corresponding to the average day, and finally, obtaining the PBH from that day profile. SPBH Avg Peak Average of the Sample at Peak Busy Hour for one or more days. SPBH Max Peak Sample at the Maximum of the Peak Busy Hours for one or more days. Total Total value for one or more days. Total DTL Total value for one or more days calculated based on the Detailed data for those days. The Detailed data corresponds PM raw data. Total SPBH Total value for one or more days referring only to the Peak Busy Hour results. Obtained by adding the results of consecutive samples at Peak Busy Hour. SPBH Daily Peaks Sample at Peak Busy Hour for each day. DTOT Total value for each day. TEVL Regular samples providing a time evolution. The granularity of the samples is defined within the Reports code and is based on the database Detailed data. Auxiliary Header Some Performance Indicators can be grouped in the report under certain common information to enable a user-friendly layout. The auxiliary header will give a hint about the performance indicators meaning and can also provide information about the use-case to which is mainly addressed. Counter Name The performance measurement counter names according to Siemens counter specification documents: [03], [04], [07], [09], [13], [14], [15] and [17]. Different counters can share the same name if provided within different measurement jobs. Therefore, in reports providing performance indicators based on more than one measurement, there is the risk of having multiple meanings for the same counter name. To guarantee unique counter references within the reports, counter names can be preceded by the SPOTS measurement name separated by colon, (i.e. <Spots Measurement>:<Counter Name>, for instance "C7LSET:NUM_UNA"). The mapping between Siemens counter names and SPOTS counter names, and, the description of SPOTS measurements, is provided within [22]. E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 9
  10. 10. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Date & Time The fields on the reports described as "date" and as "Time" provide the date and time corresponding to the end of the granularity period, or, case aggregation of samples is performed, the end time of the last granularity period included on the result. In order to keep the sample periods ending at 00:00 attached to the data from the day before, the time-stamp for these samples is always changed to 23:59 at the time of the loading into SPOTS database. Default value The Default Values represent the value assigned to an Input Parameter case the user doesn't define another at the time of the report execution. The application will assume a default value because all values are mandatory when running the report. Description The description will give you a short explanation about the content of the report and its main goals. Detailed Data The SPOTS data is organised in two logging tables: − Detailed Data − Historical Data The Detailed data is the raw PM data (typically with 15min granularity) stored in the database for a limited period of time, usually two weeks. Please refer also to the definition of Historical Data. Input Parameters These parameters define the selection of data that will be shown in the report. Examples of these parameters are the period of time and the Network Elements (e.g. MSC, BSC, Cell, TRX) to which the data corresponds, or, the kind of Aggregation that will be made over the time in order to show a single value for each indicator analysed. Some Input Parameters are simply chosen while selecting the report. For instance, the aggregation criterion is usually chosen by selecting one report variant from a folder named after that same report and containing several variants each one using a different aggregation criterion. Elementary Object It means the lowest-level object (in the sense of the SPOTS object containment hierarchy, please refer to [22]) for which the performance parameters of the report are evaluated (e.g. BSC, BTS, TRX, NODEB, RNC, UCELL or EXCHANGE). Historical Data The SPOTS data is organised in two logging tables: − Detailed Data − Historical Data The Detailed data is the raw PM data. The analysis of evolution trends of the PM counters requires observation over long periods of time. The existence of detailed records (usually every 15 minutes) is not appropriate for this type of analysis. This would mean keeping in the Database an information volume of an "unacceptable" dimension, both due to the required amount of storage capacity and to the performance degradation in the access. As an alternative, the significant indicators should be evaluated from the Detailed data and only those (Historical data) must be kept into the Database for long term. The base period for Historical data creation is the day. These are the significant retrieved from the Detailed data: − Daily Totals − SPBH Daily Peaks For more information about Detailed and Historical data, please refer to [21] chapter 1.6 "Internal Data Organisation". 10 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  11. 11. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA KPI Key Performance Indicators. Please refer to [05], [17] and [19]. Layout The Layout field of the report descriptions can contain screenshots of the report output, and/or, a template table containing the column and the row titles that will be displayed on the report output (bold font table cells). Additionally the table can also contain the formulas for the indicators (on the white cells) and any other information that helps to provide a full description of the report concept (light grey cells). This other information is usually the performance indicator full name or auxiliary headers for groups of related performance indicators. Below is the template for the tables used in the descriptions: Report Name Execution Parameters Auxiliary Header Performance Indicator #1 Performance Indicator #2 Performance Indicator #3 Abbreviated Name #1 Abbreviated Name #2 Abbreviated Name #3 <Unit> <Unit> <Unit> Date Time Object <Threshold> (e.g. YYYY-MM-DD)> <Date Format <Time Format (e.g. HH:mm)> <Object Class ID> KPI description and/or Formula KPI description and/or Formula KPI description and/or Formula Network Element The entity of the network (e.g. BSC, RNC, MSC or SGSN) to which the measurements are referred. Measurements Name of the Siemens scanners or measurement jobs required in order to have available all the data used by the application to compute the report. For the mapping between the measurements as defined above and SPOTS measurements, please refer to [22] chapter 2.2 - "Object classes and measurements". The list of counters for each SPOTS measurement and the object class to which it applies, is also provided within [22]. Performance Indicator Calculations based on performance measurement counters and aiming to provide meaningful results for the performance analysis. A significant part of Performance Indicators used in the performance reports have direct correspondence to key performance indicators which are defined in documents [19] (for GERAN) and [17] (for UTRAN). The exact correspondence to the key performance indicators specified in the Layout columns of each report description. There we can find the key performance indicators always addressed by their short-name inside < > (e.g.: "<CSSuccRate>" equal to "value of CSSuccRate"). The Performance Indicators that do not have a direct correspondence to a key performance indicator, have their calculation specified in the report layout columns using key performance indicators and/or performance measurement counters (which are not inside < > and, in most cases, are identifiable be a suffix inside brackets, e.g. “NRDEFTCH[3]”). E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 11
  12. 12. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) The naming convention for the performance measurement counters and calculations is the same used and specified in [17] and [19]: For instance, for the used SBS performance measurement counters, the SBS short identification becomes the combination of measurement type and sub-counter. A measurement type can have several sub-counters. Therefore the used sub-counters are listed in brackets with following meaning: [1] sub-counter 1 has to be taken. [1,2,4] sub-counters 1, 2 and 4 have to be added. [1..4] sub-counters 1, 2, 3 and 4 have to be added. [1..4, 7..10] sub-counters 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9 and 10 have to be added. [all] all sub-counters have to be added. Remarks Additional information about the report that didn't fit in any other information fields. Report Name This is the full name of the described performance report. Report Short Name This is a short name for the described performance report. It usually matches reports file names. Target Groups This is the group of users for to which the report is mainly addressed. The following groups were defined according to their task in the network: − Network Operation − Network Optimisation − Network Planning − Marketing − Management Threshold The Thresholds are suggested values to enable the comparison of correspondent indicator with a reference value. The values assumed in this document are realistic thresholds based also on empirical knowledge and therefore, in most cases, they can be adopted as the reference value for the respective indicator. Nevertheless they can depend on network configuration and other aspects that are implementation specific. In those cases, they should be submitted to the appreciation of experts. Unit The unit is related to a performance indicator present in the report e.g. number (Nr), percent (%), Erlang (Erl), Erlang Second (Erl.s), second (sec) or minute (min). 12 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  13. 13. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 2 PU Load 2.1 Core Network E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 13
  14. 14. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 2.1.1 MP Load Report Report Name: MP Load Report Report Short Name: mp Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation, Network Planning. Description: Reports the load of the node's main processors sorted by the date/time and the node’s name. The PBH is evaluated based on "TotalAvgLoad". Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "TEVL" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH Node Name Measurements: VCPU Remarks: None. 14 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  15. 15. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA Layout: MP Load <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> TotalAvg Load %Load PrhAvg Load OamAvg Load NrAvg Load BaseAvg Load CallpAvg Load mErl % mErl mErl mErl mErl mErl Date Time Object YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm <NE Name> vcpu00mpTotalAverageLoad - vcpu16idleAverageLoad (vcpu00mpTotalAverageLoad - vcpu16idleAverageLoad) / 10 vcpu02sltPrhAverageLoad vcpu03oamAverageLoad vcpu06ccs7NmAverageLoad vcpu17systemBaseLoadAverageLoad vcpu04callpAverageLoad E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 15
  16. 16. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 2.1.2 CP Load Report Report Name: CP Load Report Report Short Name: cp Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation, Network Planning. Description: Reports the load of the NE’s main processors, sorted by date/time and NE’s name. The PBH is evaluated based on "CallPLoad". Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "TEVL" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH NE Name Measurements: CP MSC Remarks: "Nproc" is the number of available processors with "TotalLoad" greater than zero and different from NODATA. 16 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  17. 17. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 17 Layout: CP Load <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> TotalLoad CallPLoad %CallPLoad CallPFactor SystemPanelLoad Date Time Object mErl mErl % mErl mErl <100 <670 YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm <NE Name> sum(BAPM.TOTAL INTENSITY, ... , CAP9.TOTAL INTENSITY) sum(BAPM. CARRIED TRAFFIC, ... , CAP9. CARRIED TRAFFIC) (<CallP Load> / (670 * <Nproc>)) * 100 Mean CP Load per Processed Call Mean Load of Processors in the CP
  18. 18. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 2.2 Radio Access Network 18 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  19. 19. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 2.2.1 BSC Load Report Report Name: BSC Load Report Report Short Name: BscLoadReport Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation Network Planning. Description: The purpose of this report is to evaluate the BSC processors load evolution throughout the time. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) BSC BSC Symbolic Name Input Parameters: (e) AGGREGATION "TEVL" "SPBH Daily Peaks" Measurements: From SCANBSC functional group: BSCPRCLD Remarks: This report is also available in SPOTS V10 for BR5.5 and BR5.0. Please note that the list of PCUs is shorter in BR5.5 and doesn't existent in BR5.0. E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 19
  20. 20. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Layout: BSC Load Report SPBH Start Date: 02-02-2001 End Date: 25-02-2001 20 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  21. 21. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 2.2.2 NodeB Load Report Report Name: NodeB Load Report Report Short Name: NodeBLoadReport Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation, Network Planning. Description: The purpose of this report is to provide the evolution of the NodeB Load for a specified period of time. The following indicators are presented in a chart for-mat: Call Processing Usage Ratio, Base Band Usage Ratio and Rest of Call Capacity. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) NODEB NodeB Symbolic Name Input Parameters: (e) AGGREGATION "TEVL" "SPBH Daily Peaks" Measurements: From NodeB: bbUsageRatio cpUsageRatio restOfCallCapacity Remarks: None. E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 21
  22. 22. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 22 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 Layout: NodeB Load Report SPBH Daily Peaks Start Date: 26-02-2001 00:00 End Date: 26-02-2001 23:00
  23. 23. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 2.2.3 RNC Processor Load Report Report Name: RNC Processor Load Report Report Short Name: RNCProcLoadReport Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation, Network Planning. Description: The purpose of this report is to provide the evolution of the RNC total load and call-processing load for a specified period of time. The report is presented in chart format. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) RNC RNC Symbolic Name Input Parameters: (e) AGGREGATION "TEVL" "SPBH Daily Peaks" Measurements: From RNC: rncUsageRatio Remarks: None. E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 23
  24. 24. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 24 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 Layout: RNC Processor Load Report TEVL Start Date: 26-02-2001 00:00 End Date: 26-02-2001 23:00
  25. 25. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 3 SS7 Surveillance 3.1 CCNC Platforms E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 25
  26. 26. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 3.1.1 CCNC SS7 Switch Surveillance Report Report Name: CCNC SS7 Switch Surveillance Report Report Short Name: ccs7_switch_survey Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation. Description: This report is based on data relative to MSUs. It provides per NE the number of MSUs handled, number of MSUs discarded and discard rate. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "DTOT" "TEVL" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH NE Name Measurements: C7DCDMSU C7MSU Remarks: None. 26 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  27. 27. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA Layout: CCNC SS7 Switch Surveillance <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> TotalMSUs DiscMSUs %DiscMSUs Date Time Object Nr Nr % YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm <NE Name> Total number of handled MSUs (Incoming + Outgoing + Transit). Number of MSUs discarded due to routing data errors Percentage of discarded MSUs E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 27
  28. 28. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 3.1.2 CCNC SS7 Route Set Surveillance Report Report Name: CCNC SS7 Route Set Surveillance Report Report Short Name: CC7RouteSetSurveillance Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation. Description: This report provides data relative to Route Set failures. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "DTOT" "TEVL" (e) EXCH NE Name Input Parameters: (f) RA Route Set Id Measurements: C7RSET Remarks: None. Layout: CCNC SS7 Route Set Surveillance <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> UnEvents UnDuration %Una Date Time Object Nr sec % YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm <Route Set Id> Number of Route Set failures Sum of the duration's of Route Set failures Percentage of time for which Route Sets were in failure 28 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  29. 29. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 3.1.3 CCNC SS7 Link Set Surveillance Report Report Name: CCNC SS7 Link Set Surveillance Report Report Short Name: ccs7_linkset_survey Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation. Description: This report is based on data referent to unavailability of link sets. A link set is considered to be unavailable when the last link in the set goes into state "inactive". Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "DTOT" "TEVL" (e) EXCH NE Name Input Parameters: (f) C7LS Link Set Id Measurements: C7LSET Remarks: None. Layout: CCNC SS7 Link Set Surveillance <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> UnEvents UnDuration %Una Date Time Object Nr sec % YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm <Link Set Id> Number of Link Sets out of service Duration for which Link Sets were out of service Percentage of Out of Service Time E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 29
  30. 30. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 3.1.4 CCNC SS7 Link Surveillance Report Report Name: CCNC SS7 Link Surveillance Report Report Short Name: CC7SwitchSurveillance Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation. Description: This report presents some of the most important signalling link statistics. It provides a first overview of the link performance. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "DTOT" "TEVL" (e) EXCH NE Name (f) C7LS Link Set Id Input Parameters: (g) C7LINK Link Id Measurements: C7GOS C7LLOAD Remarks: None. Layout: CCNC SS7 Link Surveillance <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> %InService %Una %Congestion ErrorMSUs Date Time Object % % % Nr YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm <Link Set Id> Percentage of link available. Percentage of link unavailable. Percentage of link congestion. Number of MSUs with error. 30 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  31. 31. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 3.1.5 CCNC SS7 Link Load Report Report Name: CCNC SS7 Link Load Report Report Short Name: ccs7_link_load Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation, Network Planning. Description: Reports the load of the SS7 links assuming 64kbit/s links. This report provi-des the fundamental performance indicators for SS7 link dimensioning. The PBH is evaluated based on TotalLoad. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "TEVL" (e) EXCH NE Name (f) C7LS Link Set id Input Parameters: (g) C7LINK Link id Measurements: C7GOS C7LLOAD Remarks: None. E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 31
  32. 32. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Layout: Total Load Erl max(<TotalTxTrf> , <TotalRxTrf>) Total RxTrf Erl Total Load in the Receiving direction Total TxTrf Erl Total Load in the Transmitting direction Rx MSUs Nr/sec Number of Received MSUs Tx MSUs Nr/sec Number of Transmitted MSUs Rx SSOct Nr Number of Received Information Octets Tx SSOct Nr Number of Transmitted Information Octets RetrOct Nr Number of Retransmitted Octets Total ErrorMSUs Nr Number of Erroed MSUs Congestion % Percentage of Congested Links Unavailable % Percentage of Unavailable Links InService % Percentage of Links in Service Object <Link Id> Time HH:mm CCNC SS7 Link Load Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD 32 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  33. 33. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 3.2 SSNC Platforms E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 33
  34. 34. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 3.2.1 SSNC SS7 Node Surveillance Report Report Name: SSNC SS7 Node Surveillance Report Report Short Name: ss7_node Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation. Description: This report is based on data relative to MSUs. It provides, per NE, the num-ber of MSUs handled, number of MSUs discarded and discard rate. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "DTOT" "TEVL" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH NE Name Measurements: SEMSU Remarks: None. Layout: SSNC SS7 Node Surveillance <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> IncMSUs OutMSUs TransitMSUs TotalMSU DiscMSUs %DiscMSUs Date Time Object Nr Nr Nr Nr Nr % YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm <NE Name> SEMSU:numInMSU SEMSU:numOutMSU SEMSU:numTransitMSU <IncMUSs> + <OutMSUs> + <TransitMSUs> SEMSU:numLostMSURoutErr <DiscMSUs> / <TotalMSUs> * 100 34 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  35. 35. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 3.2.2 SSNC SS7 Sign Point Surveillance Report Report Name: SSNC SS7 Sign Point Surveillance Report Report Short Name: ss7_spoint Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation. Description: This report provides performance data related to SS7 signalling points concer-ning the inaccessibility of adjacent points and the number of discarded MSUs. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "DTOT" "TEVL" (e) EXCH NE Name Input Parameters: (f) MTPSP MTP Signalling Point Id Measurements: SPMSU SPUTL Remarks: None. Layout: SSNC SS7 Sign Point Surveillance <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> AdjInacEvents AdjInacDuration %AdjInac DiscMSUs Date Time Object Nr sec % Nr YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm <MTP Signalling Point Id> SPUTL:adjacentInaccessibleEvents SPUTL:adjacentInaccessibleDuration <AdjInacDuration> / T * 100 SPMSU:discardedMSUs E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 35
  36. 36. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 3.2.3 SSNC SS7 Route Set Surveillance Report Report Name: SSNC SS7 Route Set Surveillance Report Report Short Name: ss7_route Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation. Description: This report provides data relative to Route Set failures. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "DTOT" "TEVL" (e) EXCH NE Name (f) MTPSP MTP Service Point Id Input Parameters: (g) SRSNP Route Set Id Measurements: RSINF Remarks: None. Layout: SSNC SS7 Route Set Surveillance <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> UnEvents UnDuration %Una Date Time Object Nr sec % YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm <Route Set Id> RSINF:routeSetUnavailable RSINF:routeSetUnavailableDuration <UnDuration> / T * 100 36 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  37. 37. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 3.2.4 SSNC SS7 Link Set Surveillance Report Report Name: SSNC SS7 Link Set Surveillance Report Report Short Name: ss7_linkset Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation. Description: This report concerns indicators referent to unavailability of link sets. Further-more, it provides also per link set, other indicators related with the links load. A link set is considered to be unavailable when the last link in the set goes into state "inactive". The SUM operation should be done over all signalling links belonging to the same link set. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "DTOT" "TEVL" (e) EXCH NE Name (f) MTPSP MTP Service point Id Input Parameters: (g) SLS Link Set Id Measurements: LSDUR SLUTL Remarks: None. E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 37
  38. 38. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Layout: Discarded MSUs Nr sum(SLUTL:discardedMSUs) Retransmitted Octets Nr sum(SLUTL:retransmittedOctets) OutMSUs Nr/sec sum(SLUTL:transmittedMSUs)/T IncMSUs Nr/sec sum(SLUTL:receivedMSUs)/T OutSIFSIOs Nr sum(SLUTL:transmittedOctectsSIFSIO) IncSIFSIOs Nr sum(SLUTL:receivedOctectsSIFSIO) %Una % <UnDuration> / T * 100 UnDuration Nr LSDUR:slsUnavailable UnEvents Nr LSDUR:numLinkSetNotAvail Object <Link Set Id> Time HH:mm SSNC SS7 Link Set Surveillance Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD 38 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  39. 39. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 3.2.5 SSNC SS7 Link Surveillance Report Report Name: SSNC SS7 Link Surveillance Report Report Short Name: ss7_link Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation, Network Planning. Description: This report provides performance indicators concerning the SS7 links load. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "DTOT" "TEVL" (e) EXCH NE Name (f) MTPSP MTP Service point Id (g) SLS Link Set Id Input Parameters: (h) SL Link Id Measurements: SLCNG SLDUR SLUTL Remarks: None. E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 39
  40. 40. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Layout: Congestion % % <CongestionDuration> / T * 100 Congestion Duration sec SLCNG:slCongestionDuration Congestion Events Nr SLCNG:slCongestedStarts Discarded MSUs Nr SLUTL:discardedMSUs Retransmitted Octets HH:mm SSNC SS7 Link Surveillance <AGGREGATION> Nr SLUTL:retransmittedOctets Out MSUs Nr/sec SLUTL:transmittedMSUs/T Inc MSUs Nr/sec SLUTL:receivedMSUs/T Out SIFSIOs Nr SLUTL:transmittedOctectsSIFSIO Inc SIFSIOs Nr SLUTL:receivedOctectsSIFSIO %Una % SLDUR:slUnavailableDuration / T * 100 UnEvents Nr SLDUR:slFailed %InService Nr SLDUR:slInServiceDuration / T * 100 Object <Link Id> Time Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD 40 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  41. 41. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 4 Core Network 4.1 CS E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 41
  42. 42. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 4.1.1 TGRP Load Report Report Name: TGRP Load Report Report Short Name: tgrp_load Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation, Network Planning. Description: Reports the load of the trunkGroups providing useful information both for dimensioning and for troubleshooting. Basic indicators like Mean Holding Times, Answer Seizure Ratios, Traffic Offered and Loss, are provided in this report. The PBH is evaluated based on "TGRPLoad = (TV:I + TV:O)". Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "TEVL" "DTOT" (e) EXCH NE Name Input Parameters: (f) TGRP TGRP Name Measurements: TGRP Remarks: – For incoming trunks, TV:IC=0; – For outgoing trunks, TV:O=0 42 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  43. 43. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA Layout 1: MHT sec >40 Mean Holding Time of Carried Calls ASR % >60 Answer Seizure Ratio of Carried Calls CallsCarr WthAns Nr Calls Carried With Answer CallsCarr Nr Calls Carried CC:I + CC:O Loss % <0.1 Erlang B Loss. Traf PerLine Erl Traffic Carried per Line TrafCarr Erl Traffic Carried TrafOff Erl Traffic Offered Req Lines Nr Number of Required Lines ServLines Nr Number of Lines in Service Conn Lines Nr Connected Lines Object <TGRP Name> Time HH:mm TGRP Load MAX_SPBH / SPBH Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 43
  44. 44. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Layout 1 (cont): Congestion CS Nr Calls released after trunk group seizure because the backward signal "congestion" was received from downstream exchanges SumTechIrr CS Nr Calls released after trunk seizure due to technical irregularities CS SumSub Nr Calls released after trunk seizure due to Subscriber irregularities CS CCS7Fail Nr Calls failed after trunk group seizure because of release signal reception CU LostCalls Nr Unsuccessful Calls offered to alternative routes OutCalls CarrUns Nr Unsuccessful Outgoing Calls; includes Calls rejected in the first and in the alternative routes OutCalls CarrWthAns Nr Outgoing Calls Carried With Answer OutCalls Carr Nr Outgoing Calls Carried IncCalls CarrWthAns Nr Incoming Calls Carried With Answer IncCalls Carr Nr Incoming Calls Carried Object <TGRP Name> Time HH:mm TGRP Load MAX_SPBH / SPBH Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD 44 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  45. 45. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA Layout 2: TransBlk Lines Nr Transiently Blocked Lines SemiBlk Lines Nr Semi Blocked Lines Out ASR % >60 Answer Seizure Ratio of Outgoing Calls Inc ASR % >60 Answer Seizure Ratio of Incoming Calls Out MHT sec >40 Mean Holding Time of Outgoing Calls Inc MHT sec >40 Mean Holding Time of Incoming Calls ATBR % <0.1 Relative time for which all trunks were blocked OutCalls CarrUns Nr Outgoing Calls Caried Unsuccessful OutCalls Carr Nr Outgoing Calls Carried IncCalls CarrUns Nr Incoming Calls Carried Unsuccessful IncCalls Carr Nr Incoming Calls Carried OutTraf Carr Erl Outgoing Traffic Carried IncTraf Carr Erl Incoming Traffic Carried Serv Lines Nr Number of Lines in Service Conn Lines Nr Connected Lines Object <TGRP Name> Time HH:mm TGRP Load DTOT Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 45
  46. 46. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Layout 3: TGRP Load TEVL Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> CallsCarr CallsCarrWithAns ATBR ASR MHT Nr Nr % % sec Date Time Object <0.1 >60 >40 YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm <TGRP Name> Calls Carried Calls Carried With Answer Relative time for which all trunks were blocked Answer Seizure Ratio of Carried Calls Mean Holding Time of Carried Calls 46 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  47. 47. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 4.1.2 TGRP Load Type Report Report Name: TGRP Load Type Report Report Short Name: tgrp_load_type Target Groups: Network Optimisation. Description: Report the incoming and outgoing load of the trunkGroups at the peak hour. Basic indicators like Mean Holding Times, Answer Seizure Ratios, Traffic Carried and Blocking, are provided in this report per load type, namely, incoming and outgoing. The PBH is evaluated based on "TGRPLoad = (TV:I+TV:O). Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" (e) EXCH NE Name Input Parameters: (f) TGRP TGRP Name Measurements: TGRP Remarks: None. E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 47
  48. 48. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 48 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 Layout: Trans Blk Lines Nr Transiently Blocked Lines Semi Blk Lines Nr Semi Blocked Lines ATBR % <0.1 Relative time for which all trunks were blocked Block Factor % <0.1 Blocking Factor Out MHT sec >40 Mean Holding Time of Outgoing Calls Out ASR % >60 Answer Seizure Ratio of Outgoing Calls Out Calls Carr Uns Nr Outgoing Calls Carried Unsuccessful Out Calls Carr Nr Outgoing Calls Carried Out Call Att Nr Outgoing Call Attempts Inc MHT sec >40 Mean Holding Time of Incoming Calls Inc ASR % >60 Answer Seizure Ratio of Incoming Calls Inc Calls Carr Uns Nr Incoming Calls Carried Unsuccessful Inc Calls Carr Nr Incoming Calls Carried Inc CallAtt Nr Incoming Call Attempts Out Traf Carr Erl Outgoing Traffic Carried Inc Traf Carr Erl Incoming Traffic Carried Serv Lines Nr Number of Lines in Service Conn Lines Nr Connected Lines Object <TGRP Name> Time HH:mm TGRP Load Type Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  49. 49. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 4.1.3 Dest Report Report Name: Dest Report Report Short Name: dest Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation, Network Planning. Description: Reports the load per Destination Directory Number. This report provides basic indicators like Mean Holding Times, Answer Seizure Ratios, Calls Carried and Calls Unsuccessful. The PBH is evaluated based on CallsCarr. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "DTOT" "TEVL" (e) EXCH NE Name Input Parameters: (f) ODEST Destination Directory Number Measurements: DEST Remarks: None. E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 49
  50. 50. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Layout 1: RejectedCalls Nr Rejected Calls, sum of unsuccessful calls due to: - congestion or subscriber busy in the own exchange (CCU_CONGESTION); - network management action (CCU_NM_CODE_BLOCKING); - lack of authorisation to access the outgoing trunk group (CCU_NM_TRUNK_BLOCKING); - internal blocking in the SN (CCU_TECHN_IRREGULAR) Calls TechIrreg Nr Calls terminated after connection through the SN due to technical faults in the external exchange and in the own exchange Calls SubsBusy Nr Calls With Subscriber Busy CallsWth NoAns Nr Calls With No Answer CallsWth IncDial Nr Calls With Incomplete Dialling MHT WthAns sec >60 Mean Holding Time of Calls With Answer MHT sec >40 Mean Holding Time ASR % >60 Answer Seizure Ratio TrafC WthAns Erl Traffic Carried for Calls With Answer Traf Carr Erl Traffic Carried CallsC WthAns Nr Calls Carried With Answer Calls Carr Nr Calls Carried Object <Destination Directory Number> Time HH:mm Dest Report MAX_SPBH / SPBH Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD 50 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  51. 51. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA Layout 2: Dest Report DAILY / DETAILED Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE CallsCarr CallsC WthAns TrafCarr TrafC WthAns ASR MHT MHT WthAns Nr Nr Erl Erl % sec sec Date Time Object >60 >40 >60 YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm <Destination Directory Number> Calls Carried Calls Carried With Answer Traffic Carried Traffic Carried for Calls With Answer Answer Seizure Ratio Mean Holding Time Mean Holding Time of Calls With Answer E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 51
  52. 52. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 4.1.4 Flow Report Report Name: Flow Report Report Short Name: flow Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation, Network Planning. Description: Reports the load per pair Destination Directory Number - Originating Code. This report provides basic indicators like Mean Holding Times, Answer Seizure Ratios, Calls Carried and Calls Unsuccessful. The PBH is evaluated based on CallsCarr. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "DTOT" "TEVL" (g) EXCH NE Name (h) ODEST Destination Directory Number Input Parameters: (i) OFLOW Originating Code Measurements: FLOW Remarks: None. 52 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  53. 53. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA Layout 1: RejectedCalls Nr Rejected Calls, sum of unsuccessful calls due to: - congestion or subscriber busy in the own exchange (CCU_CONGESTION); - network management action (CCU_NM_CODE_BLOCKING); - lack of authorisation to access the outgoing trunk group (CCU_NM_TRUNK_BLOCKING); - internal blocking in the SN (CCU_TECHN_IRREGULAR) Calls TechIrreg Nr Calls terminated after connection through the SN due to technical faults in the external exchange and in the own exchange Calls SubsBusy Nr Calls With Subscriber Busy CallsWth NoAns Nr Calls With No Answer CallsWth IncDial Nr Calls With Incomplete Dialling MHT WthAns sec >60 Mean Holding Time of Calls With Answer MHT sec >40 Mean Holding Time ASR % >60 Answer Seizure Ratio TrafC WthAns Erl Traffic Carried for Calls With Answer Traf Carr Erl Traffic Carried CallsC WthAns Nr Calls Carried With Answer Calls Carr Nr Calls Carried Object <Originating Code> Time HH:mm Flow Report MAX_SPBH / SPBH Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 53
  54. 54. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Layout 2: Flow Report DAILY / DETAILED Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE CallsCarr CallsC WthAns TrafCarr TrafC WthAns ASR MHT MHT WthAns Date Time Object Nr Nr Erl Erl % sec sec >60 >40 >60 YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm <Originating Code> Calls Carried Calls Carried With Answer Traffic Carried Traffic Carried for Calls With Answer Answer Seizure Ratio Mean Holding Time Mean Holding Time of Calls With Answer 54 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  55. 55. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 4.1.5 PBX Load Report Report Name: PBX Load Analysis Report Report Short Name: pbx Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation, Network Planning. Description: Reports the load of the PBXs providing useful information for dimensioning and for troubleshooting. Basic indicators like Mean Holding Times, Answer Seizure Ratios, Traffic Offered and Loss, are provided in this report. The PBH is evaluated based on "PBXLoad = (TV:I + TV:O)". Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" (e) EXCH NE Name Input Parameters: (f) PBXDN PBX Directory Number Measurements: PBXD Remarks: None. E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 55
  56. 56. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Layout: CURej Calls Nr 0 Number of unsuccessful attempts in the CP to seize the trunk group Calls AnsOut Nr Outgoing Calls With Answer Calls Out Nr Outgoing Calls Calls AnsInc Nr Incoming Calls With Answer Calls Inc Nr Incoming Calls Carried MHT sec >40 Mean Holding Time of Carried Calls ASR % >60 Answer Seizure Ratio CallsCarr WthAns Nr Calls Carried With Answer Calls Carr Nr Calls Carried Loss % <0.1 Erlang B Loss TrafPer Line Erl Traffic Carried per Channel Traf Carr Erl Traffic Carried Traf Off Erl Traffic Offered Req Lines Nr Number of Required Lines Serv Lines Nr Channels in Service Conn Lines Nr Connected Lines Object <PBX Directory Number> Time HH:mm PBX Load <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD 56 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  57. 57. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 4.1.6 PBX Service Load Report Report Name: PBX Service Load Report Report Short Name: pbxs Target Groups: Network Optimisation. Description: Reports the load per PBX service. This report provides basic indicators like Mean Holding Times, Answer Seizure Ratios, Calls Carried and Traffic Carried. The PBH is evaluated based on "PbxServiceLoad = (TV_IC+TV_OO)". Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" (e) EXCH NE Name Input Parameters: (f) PBXS PBX Directory Nr, concatenated with the Service Id Measurements: PBXS Remarks: None. E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 57
  58. 58. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Layout: Out MHT WthAns sec >60 Mean Holding Time of Carried Outgoing Calls With Answer Out MHT sec >40 Mean Holding Time of Carried Outgoing Calls Out ASR % >60 Answer Seizure Ratio of Carried Outgoing Calls Out Calls Carr Nr Outgoing Calls Carried Out Traf Carr Erl Outgoing Traffic Carried Inc MHT WthAns sec >60 Mean Holding Time of Carried Incoming Calls With Answer Inc MHT sec >40 Mean Holding Time of Carried Incoming Calls Inc ASR % >60 Answer Seizure Ratio of Carried Incoming Calls Inc Calls Carr Nr Incoming Calls Carried Inc Traf Carr Erl Incoming Traffic Carried MHT Wth Ans sec >60 Mean Holding Time of Carried Calls With Answer MHT sec >40 Mean Holding Time of Carried Calls ASR % >60 Answer Seizure Ratio CallsC Wth Ans Nr Calls Carried With Answer Calls Carr Nr Calls Carried TrafC Wth Ans Erl Traffic Carried With Answer Traf Carr Erl Traffic Carried Object <PBX Directory Number> Time HH:mm PBX Service Load Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD 58 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  59. 59. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 4.1.7 MSC VLR Surveillance 4.1.7.1 MSC Grade of Service Report Report Name: MSC Grade of Service Report Report Short Name: MscGosReport Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation, Marketing & Management. Description: This report provides an overview of some of the most meaningful indicators related with the MSC performance and Grade Of Service. In detail it provides the success rates for the most important GSM proce-dures, namely Call Setup, Handover, Location Update, Paging and Short Message Service. It also provides Load/Overload indicators that are related with the load of the MSC processors. Furthermore it also provides several failure rates referring to different reasons for Call Setup failure. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "TEVL" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH MSC/VLR Name Measurements: CP MSC VLR Remarks: None. E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 59
  60. 60. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 60 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 Layout: SMS smsSR % PAG pagSR % >90 LUP lupSR % >95 HO hoSR % >85 MTC mtcSR % >95 MOC (PLMN) plmnMocSR % >95 Success Rates MOC (PSTN) pstnMocSR % >95 Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm MSC Grade Of Service Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  61. 61. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 61 Layout (cont): TCH Congestion (MTC) mtc TchCon % <5 TCH Congestion (MOC) moc TchCon % <5 BSSAP Congestion (MTC) mtc BssapCon % 0 BSSAP Congestion (MOC) moc BssapCon % 0 BSSAP Overload (MTC) mtc BssapOvl % 0 BSSAP Overload [MICTR] mic BssapOvl % 0 BSSAP Overload (MORTR) moc BssapOvl % 0 cpLoad % <100 CP Load cpLoad perProc mErl <700 Call Setup Time cSet Time sec <6 Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm MSC Grade Of Service Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  62. 62. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 62 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 Layout (cont): Release Before ACM relBef ACM % <1 Protocol Error (MTC) mtc ProtoErr % <1 Protocol Error (MOC) moc ProtoErr % <1 Service Check (MTC) mtc SvcChk % <1 Service Check (MOC) moc SvcChk % <1 Base Statio Reason (MTC) mtc BSReas % <1 Base Station Reason (MOC) moc BSReas % <1 Technical Fault (MTC) mtc TecFault % <1 Technical Fault (MOC) moc TecFault % <1 Request Destination Error (MTC) mtc ReqDestErr % <1 Failure Rates Request Destination Error (MOC) moc ReqDestErr % <1 Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm MSC Grade Of Service Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  63. 63. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 4.1.7.2 VLR Load Analysis Report Report Name: VLR Load Analysis Report Report Short Name: VlrLoadReport Target Groups: Network Optimisation. Description: This report provides information about average subscriber behaviour in terms of Traffic Volume produced and procedures performed (namely, Handovers, Location Updates, Busy Hour Call Attempts, etc). In summary, it enables the creation of a precise traffic model based on values obtained from real data. It also informs about the authentication procedure success rate and the num-ber of subscribers currently on the Visitor Location Register. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "TEVL" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH MSC/VLR Name Measurements: MSC VLR Remarks: None. E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 63
  64. 64. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 64 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 Layout: Authentication Success Rate authSR % MSRN per Subscriber msrnSub Nr Location Updates per Subscriber lUpSub Nr Inter MSC HO per Subscriber itcMsc HoSub Nr Intra MSC HO per Subscriber itrMsc HoSub Nr MSC Controlled HO per Subscriber mscHoSub Nr Traffic per Subscriber trafSub Erl.s BHCA IN per Subscriber bhcaInSub Nr BHCA per Subscriber (Without TRANS) bhcaNo TransSub Nr BHCA per Subscriber bhcaSub Nr Number of VLR Subscribers subs Nr Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm VLR Load Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  65. 65. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 4.1.7.3 Mobile Originating Calls Analysis Report Report Name: Mobile Originating Calls Analysis Report Report Short Name: MocAnalysisReport Target Groups: Network Optimisation. Description: This report provides basic information about the Mobile Originating Calls like the average duration, the Answer Seizure Ratio and the percentage of termi-nations due to No-answer or Busy destination. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "TEVL" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH MSC/VLR Name Measurements: MSC Remarks: None. E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 65
  66. 66. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 66 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 Layout: Success Rate plmnSR % >95 Others plmnOthers % Busy plmnBusy % A-Release plmnARel % No Answer plmnNoAsw % Answer plmnAsr % Average Call Duration plmnMht sec PLMN Total Call Attempts plmnCA Nr Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm Mobile Originating Calls Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  67. 67. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 67 Layout (cont): Success Rate pstnSR % >95 Others pstnOthers % Busy pstnBusy % A-Release pstnARel % No Answer pstnNoAsw % Answer pstnAsr % Average Call Duration pstnMht sec PSTN Total Call Attempts pstnCA Nr Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm Mobile Originating Calls Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  68. 68. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 4.1.7.3.1 UMTS Mobile Origina ting Calls Analysis Report Report Name: UMTSMobile Originating Calls Analysis Report Report Short Name: UMocAnalysisReport Target Groups: Network Optimisation. Description: This report provides basic information about the UMTS Circuit Switched Mobile Originating Calls on the UMSC. Examples of this information are the average duration, the Answer Seizure Ratio and the percentage of termina-tions due to No-answer or Busy destination. The information provided here is similar to the one provided by the "Mobile Originating Calls Analysis" report, the main difference is that the indicators on this report are referred only to UMTS calls and the other report aims all types of calls, both GSM and UMTS. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "TEVL" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH MSC/VLR Name Measurements: MSC Remarks: None. 68 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  69. 69. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 69 Layout: Success Rate plmnSR % >95 Others plmnOthers % Busy plmnBusy % A-Release plmnARel % No Answer plmnNoAsw % Answer plmnAsr % Average Call Duration plmnMht sec PLMN Total Call Attempts plmnCA Nr Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm UMTS Mobile Originating Calls Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  70. 70. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 70 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 Layout (cont): Success Rate pstnSR % >95 Others pstnOthers % Busy pstnBusy % A-Release pstnARel % No Answer pstnNoAsw % Answer pstnAsr % Average Call Duration pstnMht sec PSTN Total Call Attempts pstnCA Nr Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm UMTS Mobile Originating Calls Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  71. 71. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA 4.1.7.4 Mobile Terminating Calls Analysis Report Report Name: Mobile Terminating Calls Analysis Report Report Short Name: MtcAnalysisReport Target Groups: Network Optimisation. Description: This report provides basic information about the Mobile Terminating Calls like the average duration, the Answer Seizure Ratio and the percentage of termi-nations due to No-answer or Busy destination. Additionally, it shows other statistics related with the completion of the paging procedure. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "TEVL" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH MSC/VLR Name Measurements: MSC Remarks: None. E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 71
  72. 72. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 72 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 Layout: MS-Blocked msBloc % A-Release aRel % Busy busy % No Answer noAsw % Answer asr % Average Call Duration mht sec Calls With TCH Allocation tchAlloc % MTC Success Rate mtcSR % >95 Calls Total Call Attempts mtcCA Nr Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm Mobile Terminating Call Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  73. 73. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA Layout (cont): Mobile Terminating Call Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Calls Paging Call Forwarding Others Started Paging Procedures Paging Response Paging Time Out MTC Setup Rate forw others startPag pagRes pagTiOut mtcSepRate % % Nr % % % Date Time Object >90 YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm <NE Name> E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 73
  74. 74. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 4.1.7.4.1 UMTS Mobile Terminating Calls Analysis Report Report Name: UMTS Mobile Terminating Calls Analysis Report Report Short Name: UMtcAnalysisReport Target Groups: Network Optimisation. Description: This report provides basic information about the UMTS Circuit Switched Mobile Terminating Calls. Examples of this information are the average dura-tion, the Answer Seizure Ratio and the percentage of terminations due to No-answer or Busy destination. The information provided here is similar to the one provided by the "Mobile Terminating Calls Analysis Report", the main difference is that the indica-tors on this report are referred only to UMTS calls and the other report aims all types of calls, both GSM and UMTS. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "TEVL" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH MSC/VLR Name Measurements: MSC Remarks: None. 74 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  75. 75. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 75 Layout: Paging MTC Setup Rate mtc SepRate % >90 Received Paging Responses pagRes Nr Others others % Call Forwarding forw % A-Release aRel % Busy busy % No Answer noAsw % Answer asr % Average Call Duration mht sec Calls With TCH Allocation tchAlloc % MTC Success Rate mtcSR % >95 Calls Total Call Attempts mtcCA Nr Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm UMTS Mobile Terminating Calls Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  76. 76. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 4.1.7.5 Handover Analysis Report Report Name: Handover Analysis Report Report Short Name: HoAnalysisReport Target Groups: Network Optimisation. Description: This report details the causes of handovers and the success rates for several different types of handover (the type of handover depends on the network nodes involved in the procedure). Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "TEVL" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH MSC/VLR Name Measurements: MSC Remarks: None. 76 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  77. 77. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 77 Layout: Better Cell betCell HoRate % Causes Quality qu HoRate % Strength str HoRate % HO Fail hoFail % HO Not Allowed ho NotAllow % Inter MSC B Success Rate iteMscB SR % Inter MSC A Success Rate iteMscA SR % Intra MSC Success Rate itrMscSR % HO Failure Rate hoFR % HO Success Rate hoSR % >85 General Total HO Attempts attHo Nr Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm Handover Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  78. 78. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 4.1.7.5.1 UMTS Handover Anal ysis Report Report Name: UMTS Handover Analysis Report Report Short Name: UHoAnalysisReport Target Groups: Network Optimisation. Description: This report details the causes of handovers and the success rates for several different types of UMTS handover (the type of handover depends on the network elements involved in the procedure). The information provided here is similar to the one provided by "Handover Analysis Report"; the main difference is that the indicators on this report are referred only to Handovers performed on UMTS calls and the other report aims handovers performed on all types of calls, both GSM and UMTS. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "TEVL" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH MSC/VLR Name Measurements: MSC Remarks: None. 78 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  79. 79. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 79 Layout: Successful Inter MSC HO from UMTS to GSM iteUmts GsmHoSuc Nr Successful Intra MSC HO from UMTS to GSM itrUmts GsmHoSuc Nr Inter MSC B Success Rate iteMscBSR % Inter MSC A Success Rate iteMscASR % Intra MSC Success Rate itrMscSR % HO Failure Rate hoFR % HO Success Rate hoSR % >85 Total HO Attempts attHo Nr Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm UMTS Handover Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  80. 80. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 4.1.7.6 Location Update Analysis Report Report Name: Location Update Analysis Report Report Short Name: LupAnalysisReport Target Groups: Network Optimisation. Description: This report provides the success rate of the Location Update procedure, it details this value for inter and intra VLR, and provides the proportions of both types of LUP related to the total of LUP procedures performed. It also provides the frequency of IMSI attaches performed together with the Location Updates. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "TEVL" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH MSC/VLR Name Measurements: VLR Remarks: None. 80 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  81. 81. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 81 Layout: Combined LUP (only SR9.0 on) Requests for Combined LUP req CombLup Average Combined LUP Time avgComb LupTi sec Combined LUP Success Rate comb LupSR % Nr Average LUP Time avg LupTi sec <6 Periodic LUP Rate per LupRate % IMSI Attach Rate imsiAtch Rate % Inter VLR Rate iteVlr Rate % Intra VLR Rate itrVlr Rate % Inter VLR Success iteVlrSuc % Intra VLR Success itrVlrSuc % LUP IMSI Success lup ImsiSuc % LUP Success lupSuc % >95 General Requests for LUP lupReq Nr Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm Location Update Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  82. 82. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 4.1.7.7 Short Message Service Analysis Report Report Name: Short Message Service Analysis Report Report Short Name: SmsAnalysisReport Target Groups: Network Optimisation. Description: This report informs the operator about failure reasons and success rate rela-ted to the Short Message Service. It also details the information for incoming and outgoing Short Messages. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "TEVL" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH MSC/VLR Name Measurements: MSC Remarks: None. 82 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  83. 83. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 83 Layout: Unidentified Subscriber out UnidSub % Outgoing Outgoing Delivery Fail outDel Fail % Outgoing Success outSuc % SMS attempts outAtt Nr Absent Subscriber inc AbsSub % Incoming Incoming Delivery Fail incDel Fail % Incoming Success incSuc % SMS Attempts incAtt Nr Other Reasons other Reas % SMS Delivery Fail smsDel Fail % SMS Failure smsFail % Total SMS Success smsSuc % Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm Short Message Service Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  84. 84. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 4.1.7.8 Data And Fax Analysis Report Report Name: Data And Fax Analysis Report Report Short Name: DataFaxAnalysisReport Target Groups: Network Optimisation. Description: This report informs the operator about the success rates related to all types of Fax and Data services available. It details the information for each data service, namely: Circuit Duplex Synchronous and Asynchronous, Alternate Speech/Data or Speech Followed by Data Services, and also for each Facsimile service. It also details the information for each type of traffic (e.g. MTC, MOC PLMN or MOC PSTN). Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Max Peak" "SPBH Daily Peaks" "TEVL" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH MSC/VLR Name Measurements: MSC Remarks: None. Layout: Data And Fax Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> General Fax Call Attempts Fax Ratio Fax Answer Rate Data Call Attempts Data Ratio faxAtt faxRate faxASR dataAtt dataRate Nr % % Nr % Date Time Object YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm <NE Name> 84 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  85. 85. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 85 Layout (cont): Fax Group 3 plmn Fax3 SR % plmn Fax3 Nr Alternate Fax Speech plmn Cds Dig SR % plmn Cds Dig Nr CDS Digital plmn Cds Anlg SR % plmn Cds Anlg Nr CDS Analogue plmn Cda Dig SR % plmn Cda Dig Nr CDA Digital plmn Cda Dig SR % plmn Cda Dig Nr plmn Cda Anlg SR % Success Rates (MOC PLMN) CDA Analogue plmn Cda Anlg Nr General Data Answer Rate dataASR % Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm Data And Fax Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  86. 86. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 86 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 Layout (cont): Alternate Speech Data pstn Spch Data Nr pstn Spch DataSR % Fax Group 3 pstn Fax3SR % pstn Fax3 Nr Alternate Fax Speech pstn Fax Spch Nr pstn Fax SpchSR % CDS Digital pstn Cds Dig Nr pstn Cds DigSR % CDS Analogue pstn Cds Anlg Nr pstn Cds AnlgSR % CDA Digital pstn Cda Dig Nr pstn Cda DigSR % pstn Cda AnlgSR % Success Rates (MOC PSTN) CDA Analogue pstn Cda Anlg Nr Success Rates (MOC PLMN) Alternate Speech Data plmn Spch Data Nr plmn Spch DataSR % Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm Data And Fax Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  87. 87. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 87 Layout (cont): Alternate Speech Data mtc Spch Data Nr mtc Spch DataSR % Fax Group 3 mtc Fax3SR % mtc Fax3 Nr Alternate Fax Speech mtc Fax Spch Nr mtc Fax SpchSR % CDS Digital mtc Cds Dig Nr mtc Cds DigSR % CDS Analogue mtc Cds Anlg Nr mtc Cds AnlgSR % CDA Digital mtc Cda Dig Nr mtc Cda DigSR % mtc Cda AnlgSR % Success Rates (MTC) CDA Analogue mtc Cda Anlg Nr Object <NE Name> Time HH:mm Data And Fax Analysis Report <AGGREGATION> Start Date: <START_DATE> End Date: <END_DATE> Date YYYY-MM-DD
  88. 88. Siemens SA Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) 4.1.7.9 MSC Call Flow Report Report Name: MSC Call Flow Report Report Short Name: MscCallFlowReport Target Groups: Network Operation, Network Optimisation, Network Planning, Marketing & Management. Description: This report aims to support the Operation/Planning of the SSS Network. It provides general information about the load situation at a Mobile Switching Centre. It gives an overview of the traffic flow in the MSC distinguishing between different types of traffic. The type of traffic depends on the origin and destination of the related calls. Name Possible Values Remarks (a) PERIOD_KEYWORD "Today" "Yesterday" "Lastweek" “Lastweek” means the 7 previous complete days counting from today. (b) START_DATE Any date (c) END_DATE Any date (d) AGGREGATION "SPBH Daily Peaks" Input Parameters: (e) EXCH MSC/VLR Name Measurements: MSC VLR Remarks: None. 88 E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01
  89. 89. Siemens Performance Reports (SPOTS V10 Drop 4) Siemens SA Layout: E200301-01-214-V10.0I-01 89

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