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FOR ERICSSON

CSSR = (1((NHWFIT+NRESSF+NCONGOT+NCONGTS+NCONGGS+NCONGJT+NCONGNW)/NCALLS)) %

NHWFIT NRESSF NCONGOT NCONGTS NCONGGS NCONGJT

Number of hardware faults in incoming trunk Number of calls released due to signalling faults Number of congestions in outgoing trunk (last choice route) Number of congestions in time switch (in the digital subscriber switch) Number of congestions in group switch Number of congestions in junctor terminals

NCONGNW Number of congestions in the network NCALLS Number of calls

FOR SIEMENS
Formula CSSR is mentioned below and the call fail counter for both are mentioned in the table below. Call Fail (CSSR) UNS_TECHN_FAULT for MOBILE OUTG NOT PLMN UNS_CONGESTION for MOBILE OUTG NOT PLMN UNS_SN_CONGESTION UNS_LINK_FAIL UNS_PROTO_ERROR UNS_NETW_MANAGEMENT UNS_BS_REASON IN_OVERLOAD for MOBILE ORIGIN TRAFF IN_NO_ANSW_SCP for MOBILE ORIGIN TRAFF IN_ERROR_SCP for MOBILE ORIGIN TRAFF CSSR=[(call attempt-call fail)/call attempt]*100

UNS_TECHN_FAULT Number of calls terminated due to technical faults in the home MSC. For MORTR, MICTR, MTER, MOUT_PLMN, MOUT_NOT_PLMN, MTRAN. Trigger: each time the MSC causes a technical fault (e.g., software fault, plausibility check, hardware fault). UNS_CONGESTION Number of calls terminated due to (trunk) congestion in the home MSC. Trigger: each time trunk seizure is not successful due to congestion. For example for: MORTR: BSS trunk MTER: BSS trunk on the B side. MOUT_PLMN / MOUT_NOT_PLMN: UNS_SN_CONGESTION Number of calls terminated due to switching network (SN) congestion. For MTER, MTRAN, MOUT_PLMN, MOUT_NOT_PLMN. Trigger: each time a failure during SN through-connection occurs. UNS_LINK_FAIL Number of calls terminated due to failure/congestion/overload on associated CCS7 signaling system links. For MORTR, MICTR, MTER, MOUT_PLMN, MOUT_NOT_PLMN, MTRAN. UNS_PROTO_ERROR Number of calls terminated due to protocol errors. For MORTR, MICTR MTER, MOUT_PLMN, MOUT_NOT_PLMN, MTRAN. UNS_BS_REASON Number of calls terminated during setup due to BSS/radio-related reasons. Trigger: each time RELEASE COMPLETE/CLEAR REQUEST or SUBSYSTEM PROHIBITED, RESET, RESET CIRCUIT is received. MORTR: from the BSS before digit analysis is performed. MTER: before digit analysis is performed. MOUT_PLMN, MOUT_NOT_PLMN: after digit analysis has been performed. UNS_NETW_MANAGEMENT Number of calls terminated due to network management activities for MOUT_PLMN, MOUT_NOT_PLMN, MTRAN. UNS_BS_REASON Number of calls terminated during setup due to BSS/radio-related reasons. Trigger: each time RELEASE COMPLETE/CLEAR REQUEST or SUBSYSTEM PROHIBITED, RESET, RESET CIRCUIT is received. MORTR: from the BSS before digit analysis is performed. MTER: before digit analysis is performed. MOUT_PLMN, MOUT_NOT_PLMN: after digit analysis has been performed. IN_OVERLOAD Number of IN calls that have been released due to automatic call gapping initiated by SCP (available for SINAP and CAP phase 3 onwards) or via the MML command ENTR INOVLCO. For MORTR and MICTR. IN_NO_ANSW_SCP Number of IN calls that have been released due to missing answer from SCP for

MORTR and MICTR. Trigger: each time an IN dialog to the SCP is started and no answer is received within a timer schedule. The call setup is then released. IN_ERROR_SCP Number of IN calls that have been released because SCP sent unsuitable information (e.g., new call numbers sent from the SCP cannot be recognized in the MSC, data is unreadable). For MORTR and MICTR. Trigger: each time a connection is released because the IN SCP data received is insufficient to establish the call.