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3G COMMANDS WITH THEIR USE

COMMAND
moshell
It all
lst node b name
st utrancell
st utrancell ENA
st utrancell DIS
altk/alt
lst m3ua
lst sccp
lst mtp
lgaeus
strt node b name
st ranap
uer
ala
lh ru fui get vswr
cabx
lst all
get radio
lh ru fm getfault
lst sector=antenna1
st rru-1
st sitename
get siteID scrambling
lga
st plug
3G COMMANDS WITH THEIR USE
USE
to login the particular RNC / Node B
to load the RNC/node B
to see the status of particular node
to see the all sites
to see the status of upsites
to see the status of downsites
to see the alarms of whole RNC
these commands are used when association (means RNC isolated or fibre cut or SGSN down) is down
to see the status of down sites for particular time period
it will give the information of particular node with every sector
to see the link of node b (link is going from which node b)
not clarified
To view detailed alarms (NodeB/RNC)
To check vswr level for a site; should be above 14
To check temperature and card detail for nodeB
To view all proxy IDs for a nodeB
To view traffic
to view proxy IDs for a particular sector
to check proxy IDs for the entered node B
to check the proxy at te RNC
to check the scrambling code of the site only at RNC
to view the history of the alarms
to view the proxy of the hardware rack
example
moshell <RNC name> or moshell <node name> or moshell <node IP>
lgaeus 2h--- here 2h means 2 hours ,it will show the down sites of last 2 hours
for each sector , if values are 111111 means sector is up and if it shows 00000 for particular sector then sector is down
for each sector , if values are 111111 means sector is up and if it shows 00000 for particular sector then sector is down