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FAPService:2.1 Femto Access Point Service Data Model [CWMP]

tr-196-2-1-2-cwmp.xml

DATA MODEL DEFINITION

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Data Types

The Parameters defined in this specification make use of a limited subset of the default SOAP data types [SOAP1.1]. These data types and the named data types used by this specification are described below.

Note: A Parameter that is defined to be one of the named data types is reported as such at the beginning of the Parameter’s description via a reference back to the associated data type definition (e.g. [MACAddress]). However, such parameters still indicate their SOAP data types.

Data Type Base Type Description
boolean - Boolean, where the allowed values are 0 or 1 (or equivalently, true or false).
dateTime - The subset of the ISO 8601 date-time format defined by the SOAP dateTime type [SOAP1.1].
hexBinary -

Hex encoded binary.

A minimum and maximum allowed length can be indicated using the form hexBinary(Min:Max), where Min and Max are the minimum and maximum length in characters before Hex Binary encoding. If either Min or Max are missing, this indicates no limit, and if Min is missing the colon can also be omitted, as in hexBinary(Max). Multiple comma-separated ranges can be specified, in which case the length MUST be in one of the ranges.

int -

Integer in the range -2147483648 to +2147483647, inclusive.

For some int types, a value range is given using the form int(Min:Max) or int(Min:Max step Step) where the Min and Max values are inclusive. If either Min or Max are missing, this indicates no limit. If Step is missing, this indicates a step of 1. Multiple comma-separated ranges can be specified, in which case the value will be in one of the ranges.

string - For strings, a minimum and maximum allowed length can be indicated using the form string(Min:Max), where Min and Max are the minimum and maximum string length in characters. If either Min or Max are missing, this indicates no limit, and if Min is missing the colon can also be omitted, as in string(Max). Multiple comma-separated ranges can be specified, in which case the string length will be in one of the ranges.
unsignedInt -

Unsigned integer in the range 0 to 4294967295, inclusive.

For some unsignedInt types, a value range is given using the form unsignedInt(Min:Max) or unsigned(Min:Max step Step), where the Min and Max values are inclusive. If either Min or Max are missing, this indicates no limit. If Step is missing, this indicates a step of 1. Multiple comma-separated ranges can be specified, in which case the value will be in one of the ranges.

unsignedLong -

Unsigned long integer in the range 0 to 18446744073709551615, inclusive.

For some unsignedLong types, a value range is given using the form unsignedLong(Min:Max) or unsignedLong(Min:Max step Step), where the Min and Max values are inclusive. If either Min or Max are missing, this indicates no limit. If Step is missing, this indicates a step of 1. Multiple comma-separated ranges can be specified, in which case the value will be in one of the ranges.

Alias string(:64)

A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.
IPAddress string(:45)

IP address, i.e. IPv4 address (or IPv4 subnet mask) or IPv6 address.

All IPv4 addresses and subnet masks MUST be represented as strings in IPv4 dotted-decimal notation. Here are some examples of valid IPv4 address textual representations:

  • 216.52.29.100
  • 192.168.1.254

All IPv6 addresses MUST be represented using any of the 3 standard textual representations defined in [RFC4291] Sections 2.2.1, 2.2.2 and 2.2.3. Both lower-case and upper-case letters can be used, but use of lower-case letters is RECOMMENDED. Here are some examples of valid IPv6 address textual representations:

  • 1080:0:0:800:ba98:3210:11aa:12dd
  • 1080::800:ba98:3210:11aa:12dd
  • 0:0:0:0:0:0:13.1.68.3

IPv6 addresses MUST NOT include zone identifiers. Zone identifiers are discussed in [Section 6/RFC4007].

Unspecified or inapplicable addresses (or IPv4 subnet masks) MUST be represented as empty strings unless otherwise specified by the parameter definition.

IPv4Address IPAddress(:45)

IPv4 address (or subnet mask).

Can be any IPv4 address that is permitted by the IPAddress data type. Possible patterns:

  • <Empty> (an empty string)
  • [*((25[0-5]|2[0-4][0-9]|[01]?[0-9]?[0-9]).){3}(25[0-5]|2[0-4][0-9]|[01]?0-9]?[0-9])*

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[3GPP-TS.45.005] 3GPP TS 45.005, Radio transmission and reception, 3GPP GERAN WG1.
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[3GPP2-A.S0009] A.S0009-C v2.0, Interoperability Specification (IOS) for High Rate Packet Data (HRPD) Radio Access Network Interfaces with Session Control in the Packet Control Function, 3GPP2, January 2009.
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[RFC3550] RFC 3550, RTP: A Transport Protocol for Real-Time Applications, IETF, July 2003.
[RFC3873] RFC 3873, Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) Management Information Base (MIB), IETF, September 2004.
[RFC3986] RFC 3986, Uniform Resource Identifier (URI): Generic Syntax, IETF.
[RFC4007] RFC 4007, IPv6 Scoped Address Architecture, IETF.
[RFC4028] RFC 4028, Session Timers in the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), IETF, April 2005.
[RFC4122] RFC 4122, A Universally Unique IDentifier (UUID) URN Namespace, IETF, 2005.
[RFC4291] RFC 4291, IP Version 6 Addressing Architecture, IETF, 2006.
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[RFC4960] RFC 4960, Stream Control Transmission Protocol, IETF, September 2007.
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Object definition.
Parameter definition.

FAPService:2.1 Data Model

For a given implementation of this data model, the Agent MUST indicate support for the highest version number of any object or parameter that it supports. For example, even if the Agent supports only a single parameter that was introduced in version 1.4, then it will indicate support for version 1.4. The version number associated with each object and parameter is shown in the Version column.

Name Type Write Description Object Default Version
FAPServiceNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the FAPService table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}. object(0:) R

The Femto Access Point (FAP) Service Object.

At most one entry in this table can exist with a given value for Alias.

- 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table can exist with a given value for Alias.

- 2.0
DeviceType string R

The type of FAP device. Enumeration of:

  • Standalone
  • Integrated
- 2.0
DNPrefix string(:256) W The Distinguished Name prefix (DNPrefix) is an operator-configurable prefix string that is pre-pended to object distinguished names in the [TR-157a5] alarm object. See [3GPP-TS.32.300] for the formal definition and examples of DNPrefix as applied to 3GPP alarm objects - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.Capabilities. object R This object contains parameters relating to the hardware capabilities of the FAP device. - 2.0
GPSEquipped boolean R Indicates whether the FAP is equipped with a GPS receiver or not. - 2.0
MaxTxPower unsignedInt R Indicates the maximum possible transmit power in dBm that the FAP hardware can support. - 2.0
SupportedSystems string[] R

Comma-separated list of strings. Each entry is a type of system that the FAP supports. Each list item is an enumeration of:

  • UMTS
  • LTE
  • CDMA1x
  • CDMAHRPD
- 2.0
Beacon boolean R Indicates whether FAP can support beacon transmission. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.Capabilities.UMTS. object R This object contains parameters relating to the system and RF aspect of the FAP device that supports the UMTS system. - 2.0
DuplexMode string R

Indicates the mode supported by the FAP. Enumeration of:

  • FDDMode
- 2.0
GSMRxSupported boolean R Indicates whether the FAP hardware supports the receiving function of GSM or not. - 2.0
HSDPASupported boolean R Indicates whether the FAP hardware supports the HSDPA capability or not. - 2.0
MaxHSDPADataRateSupported unsignedInt R If the FAP hardware supports HSDPA (HSDPASupported is true), this parameter indicates the maximum HSDPA data rate in Kbps that the device supports. - 2.0
HSUPASupported boolean R Indicates whether the FAP hardware supports the HSUPA capability or not. - 2.0
MaxHSUPADataRateSupported unsignedInt R If the FAP hardware supports HSUPA (HSUPASupported is true), this parameter indicates the maximum HSUPA data rate in Kbps that the device supports. - 2.0
MaxHSPDSCHsSupported unsignedInt(:15) R If the FAP hardware supports HSPA family (either HSDPASupported is true or HSUPASupported is true), this parameter indicates the available number of codes at the defined spreading factor (SF=16), within the complete code tree. See [Section 6.3.9/3GPP-TS.32.642] for more details. - 2.0
MaxHSSCCHsSupported unsignedInt R If the FAP hardware supports HSPA family (either HSDPASupported is true or HSUPASupported is true), this parameter indicates the available number of HS-SCCHs for one cell. See [Section 6.3.9/3GPP-TS.32.642] for more details. - 2.0
FDDBandsSupported string[1](:16) R Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 16) of strings. Indicates the UMTS bands that the FAP supports [3GPP-TS.25.104], Release 8. At least one band MUST be supported and multiple bands MAY be supported. [3GPP-TS.25.104] Version 8.3.0 defines 14 UMTS bands (I through XIV). Each individual band is identified by its upper case Roman numeral. The order of the band indicators in the string has no significance. In case a new band is defined in the 3GPP standard in a future release of [3GPP-TS.25.104], the corresponding new upper case Roman numeral will be included in the valid band indicators. The followings are examples of valid values:
  • “I” (specifies only band-I is supported)
  • “I,II,V” (specifies 3 bands are supported)
  • “II,VII,I” (specifies 3 bands are supported)
- 2.0
GSMRxBandsSupported string[] R

Comma-separated list of strings. Indicates the GSM receive bands that the FAP supports [3GPP-TS.45.005]. At least one band MUST be supported and multiple bands MAY be supported. [3GPP-TS.45.005] defines 14 GSM bands.

Each list item is an enumeration of:

  • T-GSM380
  • T-GSM410
  • GSM450
  • GSM480
  • GSM710
  • GSM750
  • T-GSM810
  • GSM850
  • P-GSM900
  • E-GSM900
  • R-GSM900
  • T-GSM900
  • DCS1800
  • PCS1900 The order of the band indicators in the string has no significance. The following is an example of a valid value.
  • “GSM850,PCS1900”
- 2.0
FAPService.{i}.Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig. object R This object contains parameters relating to the self-configuration capabilities of the FAP. Self-configuration is enabled in FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig. - 2.0
UARFCNConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine the UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number (UARFCN). If true multiple values MAY be provided in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.UARFCNDL for the FAP to select from. If false only a single value SHOULD be provided in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.UARFCNDL. - 2.0
PrimaryScramblingCodeConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine the Primary Scrambling Code (PSC). If true multiple values or a range of values MAY be provided in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.PrimaryScramblingCode for the FAP to select from. If false only a single value SHOULD be provided in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.PrimaryScramblingCode. - 2.0
MaxFAPTxPowerExpandedConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine the Maximum FAP Transmit Power. If true a range of values MAY be provided in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.MaxFAPTxPowerExpanded for the FAP to select from. If false only a single value SHOULD be provided in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.MaxFAPTxPowerExpanded. - 2.0
PCPICHPowerConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine the P-CPICH power. If true a range of values MAY be provided in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.PCPICHPower for the FAP to select from. If false only a single value SHOULD be provided in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.PCPICHPower as an upper bound. - 2.0
MaxULTxPowerConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine the Maximum UL Transmit Power. If true a range of values MAY be provided in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.MaxULTxPower for the FAP to select from. If false only a single value SHOULD be provided in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.MaxULTxPower. - 2.0
LACRACURAConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine the LAC, RAC, and URA. If true multiple values MAY be provided in CellConfig.UMTS.CN.LACRAC and CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.URAList for the FAP to select from. If false only a single value SHOULD be provided in CellConfig.UMTS.CN.LACRAC and CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.URAList. - 2.0
NeighborListConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine the neighbor list. If true the ACS uses the CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.IntraFreqCell.{i}., CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.InterFreqCell.{i}., CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.InterRATCell. tables to explicitly include or exclude entries and the FAP uses that information to determine the final configuration found in the CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborListInUse.IntraFreqCell.{i}., CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborListInUse.InterFreqCell.{i}., CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborListInUse.InterRATCell. tables. If false the ACS uses the CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.IntraFreqCell.{i}., CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.InterFreqCell.{i}., CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.InterRATCell. tables to only specify the included entries and the FAP uses that list. - 2.0
CellReSelectionConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine cell-reselection values. If true CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.CellSelection. can be self-configured. If false CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.CellSelection. is provided by the ACS. - 2.0
IntraFreqMeasConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine intra-frequency measurement values. If true CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.IntraFreqMeas. can be self-configured. If false CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.IntraFreqMeas. is provided by the ACS. - 2.0
InterFreqMeasConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine inter-frequency measurement values. If true CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.InterFreqMeas. can be self-configured. If false CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.InterFreqMeas. is provided by the ACS. - 2.0
InterRATMeasConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine inter-RAT measurement values. If true CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.InterRATMeas. can be self-configured. If false CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.InterRATMeas. is provided by the ACS. - 2.0
UEInternalMeasConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine UE internal measurement values. If true CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.UEInternalMeas. can be self-configured. If false CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.UEInternalMeas. is provided by the ACS. - 2.0
NoiseRiseLimitConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the selfconfiguration capability to determine the Noise Rise Limit. If true CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.NoiseRiseLimitLowerValue and CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.NoiseRiseLimitUpperValue. MAY provide a range of values to select from. If false CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.NoiseRiseLimitUpperValue provides only a single value to be used. The value of CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.NoiseRiseLimitLowerValue is ignored. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.Capabilities.LTE. object R This object contains parameters relating to the system and RF aspect of the FAP device that supports the LTE system. - 2.0
DuplexMode string R

Indicates the mode supported by the LTE FAP. Enumeration of:

  • FDDMode
  • TDDMode
- 2.0
BandsSupported unsignedInt(1:21,33:40)[1](:16) R Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 16) of unsigned integers (1 to 21, or 33 to 40). Indicates the LTE bands that the LTE FAP supports [Section 5.5/3GPP-TS.36.101]. At least one band MUST be supported and multiple bands MAY be supported. Each individual band is identified by arabic number (1, 2,…). The order of the band indicators in the string has no significance. In case a new band is defined in the 3GPP standard in a future release of [3GPP-TS.36.101], the corresponding new band number will be included in the valid band indicators. The followings are examples of valid values:
  • “1” (specifies only band-1 is supported)
  • “1,2,11” (specifies 3 bands are supported)
  • “2,11,1” (specifies 3 bands are supported)
- 2.0
NNSFSupported boolean R Indicates whether LTE FAP supports the NAS Node Selection Function (NNSF) or not. NNSF is described in [Section 19.2.1.7 and Section 4.6.1/3GPP-TS.36.300]. - 2.0
UMTSRxSupported boolean R Indicates whether the LTE FAP hardware supports the receiving function of UMTS or not. - 2.0
UMTSRxBandsSupported string[](:16) R Comma-separated list (maximum number of characters 16) of strings. Indicates the UMTS receive bands that the LTE FAP supports [3GPP-TS.25.104], Release 8. If UMTSRxSupported is true, then at least one band MUST be supported and multiple bands MAY be supported. Each individual band is identified by its upper case Roman numeral. The order of the band indicators in the string has no significance. In case a new band is defined in the 3GPP standard in a future release of [3GPP-TS.25.104], the corresponding new upper case Roman numeral will be included in the valid band indicators. The followings are examples of valid values:
  • “I” (specifies only band-I is supported)
  • “I,II,V” (specifies 3 bands are supported)
  • “II,VII,I” (specifies 3 bands are supported)
- 2.0
GSMRxSupported boolean R Indicates whether the LTE FAP hardware supports the receiving function of GSM or not. - 2.0
GSMRxBandsSupported string[] R

Comma-separated list of strings. Indicates the GSM receive bands that the LTE FAP supports [3GPP-TS.45.005]. If GSMRxSupported is true, then at least one band MUST be supported and multiple bands MAY be supported. [3GPP-TS.45.005] defines 14 GSM bands.

Each list item is an enumeration of:

  • T-GSM380
  • T-GSM410
  • GSM450
  • GSM480
  • GSM710
  • GSM750
  • T-GSM810
  • GSM850
  • P-GSM900
  • E-GSM900
  • R-GSM900
  • T-GSM900
  • DCS1800
  • PCS1900 The order of the band indicators in the string has no significance. The following is an example of a valid value.
  • “GSM850,PCS1900”
- 2.0
CDMA2000RxSupported boolean R Indicates whether the LTE FAP hardware supports the receiving function of CDMA2000 or not. - 2.0
CDMA2000RxBandsSupported string[](:16) R Comma-separated list (maximum number of characters 16) of strings. Indicates the CDMA2000 receive bands that the LTE FAP supports. If CDMA2000RxSupported is true, then at least one band MUST be supported and multiple bands MAY be supported. The order of the band indicators in the string has no significance. Bandclass is a 1 or 2-digit number as defined in [3GPP2-C.S0057-B]. The following are example values:
  • “0” (specifies US Cellular)
  • “1,3,14” (specifies US PCS, Japan Cellular and US PCS 1.9Ghz) specifies 3 bands are supported)
- 2.0
FAPService.{i}.Capabilities.CDMA2000. object R This object contains parameters relating to the capability attributes for CDMA2000 FAP. - 2.0
RemoteIPAccessCapable boolean R Indicates whether the FAP is capable of providing remote IP access service as defined in [3GPP2-X.S0059]. If true, the FAP is capable of remote IP access service. If false, the FAP is not capable of remote IP access service. - 2.0
BandClassSupportedFAPBeacon string[](:32) R Comma-separated list (maximum number of characters 32) of strings. Indicates the band classes that the FAP supports for beacon transmission. One or multiple bands MAY be supported. Bandclass is a 1 or 2-digit number as defined in [3GPP2-C.S0057]. List is empty if FAP can not support beacon transmissions. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.Capabilities.CDMA2000.OneX. object R This object contains parameters relating to the capability attributes for the CDMA2000 1x radio technology portions of a CDMA2000 FAP. - 2.0
BandClassSupportedFAP string(:32) R {{list: parameter is not a list}} Indicates the CDMA bands that the FAP supports. At least one band MUST be supported and multiple bands MAY be supported. Bandclass is a 1 or 2-digit number as defined in [3GPP2-C.S0057]. The following are example values: “0” (specifies US Cellular) “1,3,14” (specifies US PCS, Japan Cellular and US PCS 1.9Ghz) - 2.0
ActiveHandinCapable boolean R Indicates whether the FAP is capable of accepting hand-in of active 1x call from another base station. If true, the FAP is capable of accepting hand-in. If false, the FAP is not capable of accepting hand-in. - 2.0
FemtoOverheadMessagesCapable boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports Access Point Identification, Access Point Pilot Information, and Access Point Identification Text messages specified in [3GPP2-C.S0005]. If true, the FAP supports these messages. If false, the FAP does not supports these messages. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.Capabilities.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig. object R This object contains parameters relating to the self-configuration capabilities of the FAP. Self-configuration is enabled in FAPControl.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.. - 2.0
RFCNFLConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine the Radio Frequency Channel Number. If true multiple values MAY be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.RF.RFCNFL for the FAP to select from. If false only a single value SHOULD be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.RF.RFCNFL. - 2.0
PilotPNConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine the pilot PN offset. If true multiple values or a range of values MAY be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.RF.PilotPN for the FAP to select from. If false only a single value SHOULD be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.RF.PilotPN. - 2.0
MaxFAPTxPowerConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine the Maximum FAP Transmit Power. If true a range of values MAY be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.RF.MaxFAPTxPower for the FAP to select from. If false only a single value SHOULD be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.RF.MaxFAPTxPower. - 2.0
MaxFAPBeaconTxPowerConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine the Maximum FAP Beacon Transmit Power. If true a range of values MAY be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.Beacon.MaxFAPBeaconTxPower for the FAP to select from. If false only a single value SHOULD be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.Beacon.MaxFAPBeaconTxPower. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.Capabilities.CDMA2000.HRPD. object R This object contains parameters relating to the capability attributes for the CDMA2000 HRPD radio technology portions of a CDMA2000 FAP. - 2.0
A13SessionTransferCapable boolean R Indicates whether the FAP is capable of supporting A13 session transfer. See [3GPP2-C.S0024-B]. - 2.0
A16SessionTransferCapable boolean R Indicates whether the FAP is capable of supporting A16 session transfer. See [3GPP2-C.S0024-B]. - 2.0
LocalIPAccessCapable boolean R Indicates whether the FAP is capable of supporting Local IP access. See [3GPP2-C.S0024-B]. - 2.0
DedicatedHRPDBeacon boolean R Indicated whether the FAP supports a dedicated transmission of HRPD beacon independent of the generalized beacon. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.Capabilities.CDMA2000.HRPD.SelfConfig. object R This object contains parameters relating to the self-configuration capability attributes for the CDMA2000 HRPD radio technology portions of a CDMA2000 FAP. - 2.0
RFCNFLConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine the Radio Frequency Channel Number. If true multiple values MAY be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.RFCNFL for the FAP to select from. If false only a single value SHOULD be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.RFCNFL. - 2.0
PilotPNConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine the pilot PN offset. If true multiple values or a range of values MAY be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.PilotPN for the FAP to select from. If false only a single value SHOULD be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.PilotPN. - 2.0
MaxFAPTxPowerConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine the Maximum FAP Transmit Power. If true a range of values MAY be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.MaxFAPTxPower for the FAP to select from. If false only a single value SHOULD be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.MaxFAPTxPower. - 2.0
MaxFAPBeaconTxPowerConfig boolean R Indicates whether the FAP supports the self-configuration capability to determine the Maximum FAP Beacon Transmit Power. If true a range of values MAY be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.Beacon.MaxFAPBeaconTxPower for the FAP to select from. If false only a single value SHOULD be provided in CellConfig.CDMA2000.Beacon.MaxFAPBeaconTxPower. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl. object R This object contains parameters relating to state management and provisioning aspects of the FAP. - 2.0
SelfConfigEvents string[] W

Comma-separated list of strings. Each item is an event that causes the FAP to perform self configuration as defined by FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig., FAPControl.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig., or FAPControl.CDMA2000.HRPD.SelfConfig.. Vendors can extend the enumerated values with vendor-specific extensions, in which case the rules outlined in [Section3.3/TR-106a2] MUST be adhered to. Each list item is an enumeration of:

  • InitialREM (Self-configuration is initiated upon completion of Radio Environment Measurement (REM) that occurs after sending a BOOTSTRAP)
- 2.0
EnclosureTamperingDetected boolean W This parameter indicates whether or not physical tampering of the device enclosure occurred, such as illegal opening of the box. If true device tampering is detected. If false no sign of device tampering is detected. Tampering state MUST be persisted across reboots and the device MUST never reset it back from true to false even after a factory reset. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.UMTS. object R This object contains parameters relating to the UMTS system specific information. - 2.0
OpState boolean R Current operational state of the UMTS FAP as defined in [ITU-X.731]. If true the UMTS FAP is currently enabled. If false the UMTS FAP is currently disabled. - 2.0
AdminState boolean W Lock or unlock the UMTS FAP. This controls the administrative state of the UMTS FAP as defined in [ITU-X.731]. If true Unlocked with permission to serve traffic (and enable RF transmitter(s)). If false Locked. Transition UMTS FAP to state where it is NOT permitted to serve traffic. RF transmitter is disabled. Given that this command controls the UMTS FAP’s RF transmitter, the underlying expectation is that the unlock is done when all necessary conditions are met to allow the transmitter to key on and provide service, including aspects such as:
  1. location verification (including meeting the governing regulatory requirements)
  2. verifying the UMTS FAP configuration
  3. if physical tampering is supported and no physical tampering is detected. The default value after power-on is false.
- 2.0
RFTxStatus boolean R Current status of this UMTS FAP RF transmitter. true indicates that the UMTS FAP Tx transmitter is on. false indicates that the UMTS FAP Tx transmitter is off. This state is tied to the Administrative state which is controlled by the ACS.
  • When the ACS sets AdminState to true, then the UMTS FAP has permission to turn on the RF transmitter.
  • When the ACS sets AdminState to false, then the UMTS FAP is not allowed to provide service and MUST turn off the RF transmitter.
- 2.0
PMConfig string(:256) W The value MUST be the path name of a row in the optional FAP.PerfMgmt.Config. table (see [TR-262]). This is the performance management related configuration for the UMTS FAP. In case of a multiple-radio-technology FAP product, each radio technology can have its own PM configuration or share a common PM configuration. In the former case, PMConfig can contain a unique instance number. In the latter case, PMConfig under all radio technologies can have the same instance number. If the referenced object is deleted, the parameter value MUST be set to an empty string. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig. object R This object contains parameters relating to the controlling of self-configuration capabilities in the FAP. - 2.0
UARFCNSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the values of CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.CSG.UARFCNDLList. If true The FAP self-configures the value. If false The ACS MUST provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
PrimaryScramblingCodeSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the value of CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.PrimaryScramblingCode. If true the FAP self-configures the value. If false the ACS MUST provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
MaxFAPTxPowerExpandedSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the value of CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.MaxFAPTxPowerExpanded. If true The FAP self-configures the value. If false The ACS MUST provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
PCPICHPowerSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the value of CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.PCPICHPower. If true The FAP self-configures the value. If false The ACS MUST provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
MaxULTxPowerSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the value of CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.MaxULTxPower. If true The FAP self-configures the value. If false The ACS MUST provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
LACRACURASelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the values of CellConfig.UMTS.CN.LACRAC and CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.URAList. If true The FAP self-configures the value. If false The ACS MUST provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
NeighborListSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the values in the object CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList. If true The FAP self-configures the value. If false The ACS MUST provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
CellReSelectionSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine Cell Selection/Reselection-related parameters in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.CellSelection. If true The FAP self-configures the value. If false The ACS MUST provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
IntraFreqMeasSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine intra-frequency measurement -related parameters in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.IntraFreqMeas. If true The FAP self-configures the value. If false The ACS MUST provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
InterFreqMeasSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine inter-frequency measurement -related parameters in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.InterFreqMeas. If true The FAP self-configures the value. If false The ACS MUST provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
InterRATMeasSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine inter-RAT measurement -related parameters in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.InterRATMeas. If true The FAP self-configures the value. If false The ACS MUST provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
UEInternalMeasConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine UE internal measurement-related parameters in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.UEInternalMeas. If true The FAP self-configures the value. If false The ACS MUST provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
NoiseRiseLimitConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the value of CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.NoiseRiseLimitInUse. If true the FAP self-configures the value, based on the limits specified in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.NoiseRiseLimitLowerValue and CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.NoiseRiseLimitUpperValue. If false the ACS must provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.UMTS.Gateway. object R This object contains parameters relating to the Gateways that FAP is connected to. - 2.0
SecGWServer1 string(:64) W First SecGW the FAP attempts to establish connection with. Either hostname or IPaddress. - 2.0
SecGWServer2 string(:64) W Second SecGW the FAP attempts to establish connection with. Either hostname or IPaddress. - 2.0
SecGWServer3 string(:64) W Third SecGW the FAP attempts to establish connection with. Either hostname or IPaddress. - 2.0
FAPGWServer1 string(:64) W First FAPGW the FAP attempts to establish connection with. Either hostname or IPaddress. - 2.0
FAPGWServer2 string(:64) W Second FAPGW the FAP attempts to establish connection with. Either hostname or IPaddress. - 2.0
FAPGWServer3 string(:64) W Third FAPGW the FAP attempts to establish connection with. Either hostname or IPaddress. - 2.0
FAPGWPort unsignedInt(:65535) W Port number of FAPGW used for initial Iuh SCTP contact. This value is specified as 29169 according to IANA definition per [IANA-portnumbers], registered on 2009-09-08. Use of IANA-defined value is recommended. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.LTE. object R This object contains parameters relating to the LTE system specific information. - 2.0
OpState boolean R Current operational state of the LTE FAP as defined in [ITU-X.731]. If true the LTE FAP is currently enabled. If false the LTE FAP is currently disabled. - 2.0
AdminState boolean W Lock or unlock the LTE FAP. This controls the administrative state of the LTE FAP as defined in [ITU-X.731]. If true Unlocked with permission to serve traffic (and enable RF transmitter(s)). If false Locked. Transition LTE FAP to state where it is NOT permitted to serve traffic. RF transmitter is disabled. Given that this command controls the LTE FAP’s RF transmitter, the underlying expectation is that the unlock is done when all necessary conditions are met to allow the transmitter to key on and provide service, including aspects such as:
  1. location verification (including meeting the governing regulatory requirements)
  2. verifying the LTE FAP configuration
  3. if physical tampering is supported and no physical tampering is detected. The default value after power-on is false.
- 2.0
RFTxStatus boolean R Current status of this LTE FAP RF transmitter. true indicates that the LTE FAP Tx transmitter is on. false indicates that the LTE FAP Tx transmitter is off. This state is tied to the Administrative state which is controlled by the ACS.
  • When the ACS sets AdminState to true, then the LTE FAP has permission to turn on the RF transmitter.
  • When the ACS sets AdminState to false, then the LTE FAP is not allowed to provide service and MUST turn off the RF transmitter.
- 2.0
PMConfig string(:256) W The value MUST be the path name of a row in optional the .FAP.PerfMgmt.Config. table (see [TR-262]). This is the performance management related configuration for the LTE FAP. In case of a multiple-radio-technology FAP product, each radio technology can have its own PM configuration or share a common PM configuration. In the former case, PMConfig can contain a unique instance number. In the latter case, PMConfig under all radio technologies can have the same instance number. If the referenced object is deleted, the parameter value MUST be set to an empty string. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.LTE.Gateway. object R This object contains parameters relating to the Gateways that the LTE FAP is connected to. - 2.0
SecGWServer1 string(:64) W First SecGW the LTE FAP attempts to establish connection with. Either hostname or IPaddress. - 2.0
SecGWServer2 string(:64) W Second SecGW the LTE FAP attempts to establish connection with. Either hostname or IPaddress. - 2.0
SecGWServer3 string(:64) W Third SecGW the LTE FAP attempts to establish connection with. Either hostname or IPaddress. - 2.0
S1SigLinkServerList string[1](:256) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item is a S1 signaling connection end point (-GW or MME) the LTE FAP attempts to establish connection with. It is in the form of either hostname or IPaddress. LTE FAP’s behavior in terms of the number of S1 connection to established with is determined by S1ConnectionMode parameter. If S1ConnectionMode has the value of One, then LTE FAP attempts to establish S1 connection with only one address following the ordering of the list. If S1ConnectionMode has the value of All, then LTE FAP attempts to establish connection with all addresses in the list. - 2.0
S1ConnectionMode string W

Indicates how many of the configured far-end S1 link address(es),as defined in S1SigLinkServerList, LTE FAP SHOULD attempt to establish connection with simultaneously. If S1ConnectionMode parameter is not explicitly configured, then LTE FAP shall assume the value to be One as default. Enumeration of:

  • One
  • All
- 2.0
S1SigLinkPort unsignedInt(:65535) W Port number of S1AP signaling connection end point (-GW or MME) used for initial S1 SCTP contact. This value is specified as 36412 according to IANA definition per [IANA-portnumbers], registered on 2009-09-01. Use of IANA-defined value is recommended. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.CDMA2000. object R This object contains parameters relating to the configuration for the control portions of a CDMA2000 FAP. - 2.0
HomeDomain string(:256) W A string containing one of operator’s home domains in URI format. FAP is preconfigured with a default home domain, which can be overwritten later by ACS. See [3GPP2-X.S0059]. If the*.ManagementServer.URL* is null, then the FAP shall use the value of this attribute to construct the .ManagementServer.URL attribute. If FAPControl.CDMA2000.Gateway.SecGWServer1 is null, then the FAP shall use the value of this attribute to construct the FAPControl.CDMA2000.Gateway.SecGWServer1 attribute. If the FAP is unable to connect to the management server indicated by the value of the .ManagementServer.URL attribute and this attribute is not null, the FAP may use the value of this attribute to construct the .ManagementServer.URL attribute. If the FAP is unable to connect to any security gateway indicated by the value of the FAPControl.CDMA2000.Gateway.SecGWServer1, FAPControl.CDMA2000.Gateway.SecGWServer2, and FAPControl.CDMA2000.Gateway.SecGWServer3 attributes and this attribute is not null, the FAP may use the value of this attribute to construct the FAPControl.CDMA2000.Gateway.SecGWServer1 attribute. - 2.0
RemoteIPAccessEnable boolean W Enable or disable remote IP access service as defined in [3GPP2-X.S0059]. If true remote IP access is enabled. If false remove IP access is disabled. - 2.0
PMConfig string(:256) W The value MUST be the path name of a row in the .FAP.PerfMgmt.Config. table. This is the performance management related configuration for the CDMA2000 FAP. In case of a multiple-radio-technology FAP product, each radio technology can have its own PM configuration or share a common PM configuration. In the former case, PMConfig can contain a unique instance number. In the latter case, PMConfig under all radio technologies can have the same instance number. If the referenced object is deleted, the parameter value MUST be set to an empty string. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.CDMA2000.Time. object R This object contains parameters related to time syncronization with CDMA2000 System Time (see [3GPP2-C.S0005]). - 2.0
LocalTimeZone string(:256) W The local time zone for CDMA2000 operational purposes. E.g., “+HH:MM JST” for Japan. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
CurrentLocalTime string(:64) R The current CDMA System Time (see [3GPP2-C.S0005]), expressed as date and time in the CPE’s local time zone. The format of this field is “YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sTZD” (e.g., 1997-07-16T19:20:30.45+01:00), where: YYYY = four-digit year MM = two-digit month (01=January, etc.) DD = two-digit day of month (01 through 31) hh = two digits of hour (00 through 23) (am/pm NOT allowed) mm = two digits of minute (00 through 59) ss = two digits of second (00 through 59) s = one or more digits representing a decimal fraction of a second TZD = time zone designator (Z or +hh:mm or -hh:mm) - 2.0
LeapSeconds int(0:255) W Number of leap seconds (in seconds to be applied between CurrentLocalTime and CDMA System Time. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
DaylightSavingsUsed boolean W Whether or not daylight savings time is in use in the FAP’s local time zone with respect to CDMA2000 System Time (see [3GPP2-C.S0005]). {true if daylight savings time is being used; otherwise false. See [3GPP2-C.S0005].}} - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.CDMA2000.OneX. object R This object contains all global attributes of the 1xFemto application. - 2.0
AdminState string W

Administrative state for 1x Enumeration of:

  • Lock
  • Unlock
- 2.0
OpState string R

Operational state of the 1x Enumeration of:

  • Enabled
  • Disabled
- 2.0
RFTxStatus boolean R Current status of this RF transmitter. true indicates that the 3G Tx transmitter is on. false indicates that the 3G Tx transmitter is off. This state is tied to the Administrative state which is controlled by the ACS. When the ACS sets AdminState to true, then the FAP has permission to turn on the RF transmitter. When the ACS sets AdminState to false, then the FAP is not allowed to provide service and MUST turn off the RF transmitter. - 2.0
Daylight int(0:1) W If Daylight Savings Time is being used with respect to CDMA2000 1x overhead parameters (see [3GPP2-C.S0005]), then Daylight should be set to true. Otherwise, Daylight should be set to false. - 2.0
MaxPRev int(6:9) W Protocol revision supported by the FAP. - 2.0
Reregister unsignedInt W Reregister triggers a re-registration of all mobiles. The FAP triggers re-registration of all registered mobiles everytime this number changes - 2.0
EmergencySessionPeriod unsignedInt(15:1800) W The period (in seconds) the session of an unauthorized user is kept alive after an emergency call. - 2.0
LocationAreaCode unsignedInt(0:65535) W This is the location area code. - 2.0
MSCId unsignedInt W This is the FAP’s MSCID. This ID is used in PANI header. - 2.0
ActiveHandinEnable boolean W Indicates whether the FAP performs active hand-in from another base station. If true active hand-in is enabled; if false active hand-in is disabled. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.CDMA2000.OneX.ActiveHandinMeasurement. object R CDMA2000 1x active handin operational parameters. - 2.0
ActiveHandinMeasurementEnable boolean W Indicates whether the FAP performs active hand-in measurement if a request is received. If true active hand-in measurement is enabled; if false active hand-in measurement is disabled. - 2.0
ActiveHandInMeasurementDuration unsignedInt(0:65535) W The minimum duration in 1.25 ms slots for which FAP should take a mobile’s RL pilot strength measurements for active hand-in purpose when directed by the network. Instead of continuous measurement for this entire duration, a FAP can make multiple measurements by sampling over shorter durations. In such a case, this value specifies the minimum time separation required between the first and last measurement samples. - 2.0
MeasurementReportThreshold int(-150:0) W The threshold (in dBm) for the FAP to report an active hand-in measurement. If the metric to be reported is below the threshold, the FAP may not send any report. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig. object R This object contains parameters relating to the controlling of self-configuration capabilities in the FAP. - 2.0
RFCNFLSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the values of CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.RF.RFCNFL. If true, the FAP self-configures the value. If false, the ACS must provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
PilotPNSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the value of CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.RF.PilotPN. If true the FAP self-configures the value. If false the ACS must provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
MaxFAPTxPowerSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the value of CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.RF.MaxFAPTxPower. If true the FAP self-configures the value. If false the ACS must provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
MaxFAPBeaconTxPowerSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the value of CellConfig.CDMA2000.Beacon.MaxFAPBeaconTxPower. If true, the FAP self-configures the value. If false, the ACS must provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.CDMA2000.Gateway. object R CDMA2000 FAP Security Gateway operational parameters. - 2.0
SecGWServer1 string(:64) W First SecGW the FAP attempts to contact. Either FQDN or IP address - 2.0
SecGWServer2 string(:64) W Second SecGW the FAP attempts to contact. Either FQDN or IP address - 2.0
SecGWServer3 string(:64) W Third SecGW that the FAP attempts to contact. Can contain either FQDN or IP address - 2.0
SecGWSwitchoverCount unsignedInt R Counter indicating how many times FAP has switched between SecGW - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.CDMA2000.HRPD. object R Operational parameters for the HRPD portion of a CDMA2000 FAP. - 2.0
OpState boolean R Current operational state of the FAP as defined in ITU-X.731 [32]. If true the FAP is currently enabled. If false the FAP is currently disabled. - 2.0
AdminState boolean W Lock or unlock the FAP. This controls the administrative state of the FAP as defined in ITU-X.731 [32]. If true Unlocked with permission to serve traffic (and enable RF transmitter(s)). If false Locked. Transition FAP to state where it is NOT permitted to serve traffic. RF transmitter is disabled. Given that this command controls the FAP’s RF transmitter, the underlying expectation is that the unlock is done when all necessary conditions are met to allow the transmitter to key on and provide service, including aspects such as: location verification (including meeting the governing regulatory requirements) verifying the FAP configuration if physical tampering is supported and no physical tampering is detected. The default value after power-on is false. - 2.0
RFTxStatus boolean R Current status of this RF transmitter. true indicates that the 3G Tx transmitter is on. false indicates that the 3G Tx transmitter is off. This state is tied to the Administrative state which is controlled by the ACS. When the ACS sets AdminState to true, then the FAP has permission to turn on the RF transmitter. When the ACS sets AdminState to false, then the FAP is not allowed to provide service and MUST turn off the RF transmitter. - 2.0
A13SessionTransferEnable boolean W Indicates whether the FAP performs A13 session transfer. If true A13 session transfer is enabled; if false A13 session transfer is disabled. - 2.0
LocalIPAccessEnable boolean W Indicates whether the FAP can assign local IP address to capable ATs. If true local IP address is assigned.; if false local IP address is not assigned. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.CDMA2000.HRPD.SelfConfig. object R This object contains parameters relating to the controlling of self-configuration capabilities in the FAP. - 2.0
RFCNFLSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the values of CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.RFCNFL. If true, the FAP self-configures the value. If false, the ACS must provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
PilotPNSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the value of CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.PilotPN. If true, the FAP self-configures the value. If false, the ACS must provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
MaxFAPTxPowerSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the value of CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.MaxFAPTxPower . If true, the FAP self-configures the value. If false, the ACS must provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
MaxHRPDBeaconTxPowerSelfConfigEnable boolean W Indicates whether the self-configuration capability in the FAP is used or not to determine the value of CellConfig.CDMA2000.Beacon.MaxHRPDBeaconTxPower. If true the FAP self-configures the value. If false The ACS must provide the specific value to be used. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.CDMA2000.HRPD.A13. object R This object contains attributes related to A13 Session Transfer - 2.0
ColorCodeToUATI104NumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the ColorCodeToUATI104 table. - 2.0
HRPDSubnetToIPNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the HRPDSubnetToIP table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.CDMA2000.HRPD.A13.ColorCodeToUATI104.{i}. object(1:) W

HRPD ColorCode to UATI Mapping Table number of entries.

This table MUST contain at least 1 entry.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for both ColorCode and UATI104.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables the ColorCodeToUATI104 entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

This table MUST contain at least 1 entry.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for both ColorCode and UATI104.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
ColorCode unsignedInt(0:256) W Color Code mapped to UATI104 in the following field 0 2.0
UATI104 hexBinary(0:13) W The UATI104 of the AT that accesses with the ColorCode field 2.0
FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.CDMA2000.HRPD.A13.HRPDSubnetToIP.{i}. object(1:) W

This object contains attributes related to A13 Session Transfer

This table MUST contain at least 1 entry.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for A13IPAddress.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables the HRPDSubnetToIP entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

This table MUST contain at least 1 entry.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for A13IPAddress.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
HRPDSubnetLength unsignedInt(1:104) W The number of MSBs (in bits) in the following field that is part of HRPDSubnet 104 2.0
HRPDSubnet hexBinary(0:13) W The HRPDSubnetLength MSBs of this field contain the HRPD subnet that maps to the IP address in the following field 2.0
A13IPAddress string(:45) W [IPAddress] This field contains the IP address of A13 endpoint that corresponds to the HRPD subnet 2.0
FAPService.{i}.AccessMgmt. object R This object contains parameters relating to Access Management for the different radio technologies. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.AccessMgmt.UMTS. object R This object contains parameters relating to Access Management for UMTS FAP (ACL, CSG, LIPA). Closed Subscriber Group (CSG) service behavior is specified in [3GPP-TS.22.011]. Note: Cell barring and 3GPP access class parameters are contained in CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.CellRestriction. (UMTS FAP). - 2.0
AccessMode string W

Indicates the type of access mode the FAP operates in. Enumeration of:

  • Open Access (FAP does not enforce access control. CSG Identity is not broadcast)
  • Closed Access (FAP operates as a CSG cell)
  • Hybrid Access (FAP operates as a CSG cell where at the same time, non-CSG members (incl pre-Rel8 UE) are allowed access) When the value is not Open Access non-CSG-capable UE are handled according to NonCSGUEAccessDecision. Note: This parameter controls the setting of the CSGindicator bit, specified in MIB in [3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be Open Access.

- 2.0
NonCSGUEAccessDecision string W

Indicates how the access decision is made for non-CSG-capable UE. Parameter is ignored when AccessMode is Open Access. Enumeration of:

  • Local (FAP restricts access to members of ACL)
  • Query FAPGW (FAP queries FGW and acts accordingly)
  • By Core (FAP allows access. Other entity in core MAY impose restrictions)

The factory default value MUST be Local.

- 2.0
CSGMembershipDeterminedLocally boolean W

Indicates how the access decision is made for CSG-capable UE. Parameter is ignored when AccessMode is Open Access. If true access decision is determined the same way as for NonCSGUEAccessDecision. (E.g. if core network doesn’t (yet) support full CSG functionality.) If false FAP always allows access for CSG-capable UE. CSG enforcement is performed by MSC/SGSN (with support from HSS), or by FGW. [3GPP-TS.22.011]

The factory default value MUST be false.

- 2.0
MaxUEsServed int(-1:) W

Maximum number of concurrent UEs allowed at a cell. Valid for any AccessMode. A value of -1 allows an unlimited number of concurrent UEs up to the limit of FAP capacity. The setting does not affect emergency calls.

The factory default value MUST be -1.

- 2.0
MaxCSGMembers int(-1:) W

Maximum number of concurrent CSG member UEs allowed at a hybrid or closed cell. A value of -1 allows an unlimited number of CSG members up to the limit of FAP capacity. The setting cannot be larger than the value of MaxUEsServed. The setting does not affect emergency calls. [3GPP-TS.22.011], [3GPP-TS.22.220].

The factory default value MUST be -1.

- 2.0
MaxNonCSGMembers int(-1:) W

Maximum number of concurerent non-CSG member UEs allowed at a hybrid cell. Valid only if AccessMode is Hybrid Access. The setting cannot be larger than the value of MaxUEsServed. The setting does not affect emergency calls.

The factory default value MUST be -1.

- 2.0
MaxResourceNonCSGMembers unsignedInt(0:100) W Maximum percentage of physical resource that can be assigned to non-CSG members aggregately at one time. In UMTS FAP, this applies to RB resource. - 2.0
HNBName string(:48) W Home NodeB name. An operator-defined string that is broadcast by a CSG cell or a hybrid cell and displayed on the UE for the purpose of manual cell selection or indication that the UE is camped on the cell as specified in [Section 5.4.2/3GPP-TS.22.220]. Corresponds to parameter ‘hnb-Name’ specified in SIB20 in [Section 10.2.48.8.23/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
CSGID unsignedInt(:134217727) W Defines the Closed Subscriber Group of the Access Control List. The UMTS FAP broadcasts this CSG ID in SIB3 depending on the AccessMode. The LTE FAP broadcasts this in SIB1, and corresponds to parameter csg-Identity in SIB1 in [3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
AccessControlList string(:15)[](:1024) W Comma-separated list (maximum number of characters 1024) of strings (maximum number of characters per item 15). Each entry is an IMSI. - 2.0
MaxMemberDetailEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries available in the AccessMgmt.UMTS.MemberDetail.{i}. table. - 2.0
MemberDetailNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the MemberDetail table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.AccessMgmt.UMTS.MemberDetail.{i}. object(0:) W

Details for CSG and Non-CSG members.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for IMSI.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables the MemberDetail entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for IMSI.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
IMSI string(:15) W International Mobile Subscriber Identity of the UE. 2.0
MSISDN string(:15) W Mobile Station International Subscriber Identity Number. Set to an empty string if unknown. 2.0
MembershipExpires dateTime W Time when the ACL membership expires. An Unknown Time value, as defined in [Section 3.2/TR-106a2], indicates that the membership doesn’t expire. Upon expiry the FAP MUST remove the IMSI from the AccessMgmt.UMTS.AccessControlList, but the entry in AccessMgmt.UMTS.MemberDetail.{i}. remains. [3GPP-TS.22.011] 0001-01-01T00:00:00Z 2.0
FAPService.{i}.AccessMgmt.UMTS.LocalIPAccess. object R Local IP access for UMTS FAP. - 2.0
Enable boolean W

Enables/disables the Local IP Access (LIPA) functionality.

The factory default value MUST be false.

- 2.0
FAPService.{i}.AccessMgmt.LTE. object R This object contains parameters relating to Access Management, as defined in [3GPP-TS.32.592]/ Closed Subscriber Group (CSG) service behavior is specified in [3GPP-TS.22.011]. Note: Cell barring and 3GPP access class parameters are contained in SIB1 in [3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
AccessMode string W

Indicates the type of access mode the FAP operates in. Enumeration of:

  • Open Access (Access control is not enforced. CSG Identity is not broadcast)
  • Closed Access (LTE FAP operates as a CSG cell)
  • Hybrid Access (LTE FAP operates as a CSG cell where at the same time, non-CSG members are allowed access) Note: This parameter controls the setting of the CSGindicator bit, specified in SIB1 in [3GPP-TS.36.331].

The factory default value MUST be Open Access.

- 2.0
MaxUEsServed int(-1:) W

Maximum number of concurrent UEs allowed at a cell. Valid for any AccessMode. A value of -1 allows an unlimited number of concurrent UEs up to the limit of FAP capacity. The setting does not affect emergency calls.

The factory default value MUST be -1.

- 2.0
MaxCSGMembers int(-1:) W

Maximum number of concurrent CSG member UEs allowed at a hybrid or closed cell. A value of -1 allows an unlimited number of CSG members up to the limit of FAP capacity. The setting cannot be larger than the value of MaxUEsServed. The setting does not affect emergency calls. [3GPP-TS.22.011], [3GPP-TS.22.220].

The factory default value MUST be -1.

- 2.0
MaxNonCSGMembers int(-1:) W

Maximum number of concurerent non-CSG member UEs allowed at a hybrid cell. Valid only if AccessMode is Hybrid Access. The setting cannot be larger than the value of MaxUEsServed. The setting does not affect emergency calls.

The factory default value MUST be -1.

- 2.0
MaxResourceNonCSGMembers unsignedInt(0:100) W Maximum percentage of physical resource that can be assigned to non-CSG members aggregately at one time. This applies to PDSCH physical resource blocks. - 2.0
CSGID unsignedInt(:134217727) W Defines the Closed Subscriber Group of the Access Control List. The LTE FAP broadcasts this in SIB1, and corresponds to parameter csg-Identity in SIB1 in [3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
HNBName string(:48) W Home NodeB name. An operator-defined string that is broadcast by a CSG cell or a hybrid cell and displayed on the UE for the purpose of manual cell selection or indication that the UE is camped on the cell as specified in [Section 5.4.2/3GPP-TS.22.220]. Corresponds to parameter ‘hnb-Name’ specified in SIB9 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.AccessMgmt.LTE.LocalIPAccess. object R Local IP access for LTE FAP. - 2.0
Enable boolean W

Enables/disables the Local IP Access (LIPA) functionality.

The factory default value MUST be false.

- 2.0
FAPService.{i}.AccessMgmt.CDMA2000. object R This object contains configurable and observable attributes related to CDMA2000 Access and Admission Control of the FAP. - 2.0
AccessMode unsignedInt(0,1,3) W Defines the access control mode of FAP. Allowed modes are Open, Closed, and Signaling Association (refer to [3GPP2-A.S0024]). AccessMode 2 (Hybrid) is not applicable to CDMA2000 FAPs. 0- Open,1-Closed, 2-Reserved, 3-Signaling Association. - 2.0
MaxTotalActiveCallsAllowed unsignedInt(1:1024) W Total number of active calls allowed. - 2.0
AccessControlList string(:1024) W {{list: parameter is not a list}} (maximum item length 15). Each entry is an IMSI. - 2.0
MaxMemberDetailEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries available in the AccessMgmt.CDMA2000.MemberDetail.{i}. table. - 2.0
MemberDetailNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the MemberDetail table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.AccessMgmt.CDMA2000.MemberDetail.{i}. object(1:) W

At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for IMSI and HRPDIdentifierValue. The IMSI field may be empty.

This table MUST contain at least 1 entry.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for IMSI.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables the MemberDetail entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

This table MUST contain at least 1 entry.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for IMSI.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
IMSI string(:15) W International Mobile Subscriber Identity of the UE. 2.0
HRPDIdentifierType int(0:3) W Type of identifier used for the HRPD AT. 0-invalid 1-ESN 2-MEID 3-A12NAI. If IMSI in this record is valid, then this attribute is set to 0. 0 2.0
HRPDIdentifierValue string(:128) W The value of this attribute depends on HRPDIdentifierType. ESN and MEID shall be defined as Hex. 2.0
MembershipExpires dateTime W The time that the current ACL membership expires. 2.0
FAPService.{i}.AccessMgmt.CDMA2000.LocalIPAccess. object R Local IP access support as defined in 3GPP2 - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.AccessMgmt.CDMA2000.LocalIPAccess.HRPD. object R Local IP access support as defined in 3GPP2 - 2.0
FilterType unsignedInt(0:3) W Value of ‘0’ indicates that the FAP shall allow only IP packets with destination address matching the local IP subnet on Local IP access interface. Value of ‘1’ indicates that the FAP shall allow any IP packets with destination address matching either the local IP subnet or the subnets listed in Local IP egress filter parameter on Local IP access interface. Value of ‘2’ indicates that the FAP shall allow any IP packets with destination addresses that do not match the Local IP egress filter parameter on Local IP access interface.Value of ‘3’ indicates that the FAP shall allow any IP packets on the local IP address interface. - 2.0
FilterInUse string(:256) R This parameter is set to the IPCP Vendor Specific Option which the FAP uses to send Local IP access packet filter on AN-PPP interface. - 2.0
EgressFilterNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the EgressFilter table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.AccessMgmt.CDMA2000.LocalIPAccess.HRPD.EgressFilter.{i}. object(1:) W

HRPD LIPA Egress Filter Table entries.

This table MUST contain at least 1 entry.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for both Subnet and SubnetMask.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables the EgressFilter entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

This table MUST contain at least 1 entry.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for both Subnet and SubnetMask.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
Subnet string(:45) W [IPv4Address] The IP subnet of the egress filter to be installed to the AT. The meaning of this field depends on the AccessMgmt.CDMA2000.LocalIPAccess.HRPD.FilterType field. 2.0
SubnetMask unsignedInt(0:32) W The length of the IP subnetmask associated with the IP subnet in the previous field. 0 2.0
FAPService.{i}.AccessMgmt.Legacy. object R This object contains configurable and observable attributes related to Access and Admission Control of the FAP, which are not not covered by 3GPP and 3GPP2 specifications. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.AccessMgmt.Legacy.LocalIPAccess. object R Old Local IP access object, included on special request. - 2.0
Enable boolean W

Enables/disables the Local IP Access (LIPA) functionality.

The factory default value MUST be false.

- 2.0
MaxRulesEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries available in the AccessMgmt.Legacy.LocalIPAccess.Rule.{i}. table. - 2.0
RuleNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the Rule table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.AccessMgmt.Legacy.LocalIPAccess.Rule.{i}. object(0:) W

Policy for selecting traffic for local IP access. Originated traffic will be NAT’ed. The rule is bi-directional, i.e. return traffic is allowed. Rules do NOT affect traffic to/from the FAP itself (such as TR-069 or control). The rules are applied to the mobile station data traffic (PS-domain) via deep packet inspection or similar method.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for all of DestIPAddress, DestSubnetMask and Protocol.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables the forwarding entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for all of DestIPAddress, DestSubnetMask and Protocol.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

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DestIPAddress string(:45) W [IPAddress] Destination IP Address. An empty string indicates no destination address is specified. An entry for which DestIPAddress and DestSubnetMask are both an empty string is a default route. 2.0
DestSubnetMask string(:45) W [IPAddress] Destination subnet mask (IPv4) or prefix (IPv6). An empty string indicates no destination subnet mask or prefix is specified. If a destination subnet mask or prefix is specified, DestSubnetMask is ANDed with the destination address before comparing with DestIPAddress. Otherwise, the full destination address is used as-is. An entry for which DestIPAddress and DestSubnetMask are both an empty string is a default route. 2.0
Protocol int(-1:) W IP Protocol Identifier. -1 matches any protocol. -1 2.0
Action string W

Action to be taken for traffic matching this rule. Enumeration of:

  • Tunnel (Traffic is tunneled to FGW)
  • NAPT (Traffic is NAPT to local interface)
Tunnel 2.0
Interface string(:256) W

Specifies the egress interface when Action is set to NAPT. The value MUST be the Path Name of a table row. layer-3 connection object.

Example: InternetGatewayDevice.LANDevice.{i}.LANEthernetInterfaceConfig.{i}.

- 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig. object R This object contains parameters relating to configuring the FAP. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS. object R This object contains parameters relating to configuring UMTS system specific information. - 2.0
TunnelInstance string(:256) W

This is the reference to the IPsec tunnel instance used by the UMTS FAP. For all root data models, which use the tunnel definition provided in [TR-262] (InternetGatewayDevice:1 [TR-098] and Device:1 [TR-181i1]) the TunnelInstance MUST point to a row in the ‘FAP.Tunnel.IKESA.{i}.’ table, defined in [TR-262]. If the root data model used is Device:2 [TR-181i2] then the TunnelInstance MUST point to IPsec tunnel instance defined in [TR-181i2].

If the referenced object is deleted, the parameter value MUST be set to an empty string. In case of a multiple-radio-technology FAP product, each radio technology can have its own tunnels or share common tunnels. In the former case, TunnelInstance can contain a unique instance number. In the latter case, TunnelInstance under all radio technologies can have the same instance number.

- 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.CN. object R This object contains parameters relating to configuring UMTS CN. - 2.0
PLMNType string W

Type of Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN). Enumeration of:

  • GSM-MAP
  • ANSI-41
- 2.0
PLMNID string(:6) W PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of PLMNID is 5. - 2.0
EquivPLMNID string(:6)[](:64) W Comma-separated list (maximum number of characters 64) of strings (maximum number of characters per item 6). Each item is a PLMNID. PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of the PLMNID is 5. - 2.0
SAC unsignedInt(0:65535) W Service Area Code (SAC) [3GPP-TS.23.003]. The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC), LAC, and SAC uniquely identifies the Service Area ID (SAI). - 2.0
BroadcastSAC unsignedInt(0:65535) W Service Area Code (SAC) for broadcast. The format of this parameter is the same with SAC, and it uniquely identifies the Service Area ID (SAI) for Earthquake and Tsunami Warning Services (ETWS) [Section 9.1.3/3GPP-TS.25.469]. - 2.0
LACRAC string[](:256) W Comma-separated list (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item is a LAC/RAC combination expressed in the following format:
  • <LAC or LACrange>‘:’<RAC or RACrange> Where LAC and RAC are single values, while LACrange and RACrange are inclusive and can be expressed in the following format:
  • <Start-value>“..”<End-value> Location Area Code (LAC) consists of up to 5 numerical characters. The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC) and LAC uniquely identifies the Location Area ID (LAI). [Section 4.1/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.6/3GPP-TS.25.413]. Routing Area Code (RAC) consists of up to 3 numerical characters. The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC), LAC, and RAC uniquely identifies the Routing Area ID (RAI). [Section 4.2/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.7/3GPP-TS.25.413]. The FAP is to select one LAC and RAC from the combination(s) expressed in this parameter for use in LACInUse and RACInUse respectively. If a LAC occurs more than once in the list, this shall not increase the chance that it is selected over other LAC values in the list. The following are examples of the valid LACRAC combination formats:
  • “64000:210”
    • (one list item with single value for LAC and RAC)
  • “64000..64100:210, 64101:211”
    • (two list items, first item has a LAC range)
  • “64000:210..214, 64001:215..219”
    • (two list items, both items have a RAC range for a specific LAC value)
  • “64000..64100:210..214”
    • (one list item both have a LAC range and a RAC range)
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LACInUse unsignedInt(:65535) R The LAC being used by the FAP. Self-configuration for LAC is controlled by Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig.LACRACURAConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.LACRACURASelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the self-configuration capability is available and enabled, this parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among the choices provided in LACRAC. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter contains the first LAC value in LACRAC. - 2.0
RACInUse unsignedInt(:255) R The RAC being used by the FAP. Self-configuration for RAC is controlled by Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig.LACRACURAConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.LACRACURASelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the self-configuration capability is available and enabled, this parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among the choices provided in LACRAC. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter contains the first RAC value in LACRAC. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.CN.CSDomain. object R This object contains parameters relating to configuring the CS domain of the UMTS CN. - 2.0
T3212 unsignedInt(0:91441:360) W T3212 timeout value specified in seconds [Section 10.5.1.12.2/3GPP-TS.24.008]. The values are implemented by steps of 360 seconds, which aligns with values in decihours in [3GPP-TS.24.008]. The value of 0 is used for infinite timeout value i.e. periodic updating shall not be used. - 2.0
IMSIAttachDetachEnable boolean W Indicates the UE behavior regarding IMSI attach/detach procedure to the CN [3GPP-TS.24.008]. If true UE SHALL apply IMSI attach and detach procedure If false UE SHALL NOT apply IMSI attach and detach procedure - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.CN.CSDomain.RAB. object R This object provides monitoring of the Circuit Switch RAB in the HNB. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.CN.CSDomain.RAB.Stats. object R This object provides the RAB statistics in the CS Domain as defined in [3GPP-TS.32.452]. - 2.1
AttEstabCS unsignedInt R This measurement provides the total number of requested RABs in establishment attempts. - 2.1
FailEstabCS unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of RABs establishment failures for the CS domain. - 2.1
SuccEstabCS unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of successfully established RABs for the CS domain. - 2.1
RelDropCS unsignedInt R This measurement provides the total number of dropped RAB connections for service type CS Domain. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.CN.CSDomain.HHO. object R This object provides monitoring of the circuit switch Hard Handover (HHO) in the HNB. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.CN.CSDomain.HHO.Stats. object R This object provides the circuit switch HHO statistics as defined in [3GPP-TS.32.452]. - 2.1
Att3GMacroToHnbCSHO unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of attempted 3G Macro to HNB CS handovers. - 2.1
Succ3GMacroToHnbCSHO unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of successful 3G Macro to HNB CS handovers. - 2.1
Att2GMacroToHnbCSHO unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of attempted 2G Macro to HNB CS handovers. - 2.1
Succ2GMacroToHnbCSHO unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of successful 2G Macro to HNB CS handovers. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.CN.PSDomain. object R This object contains parameters relating to configuring the PS domain of the UMTS CN. - 2.0
NetworkModeOperationCombined boolean W Network Mode of Operation of the CN. [3GPP-TS.23.060] [3GPP-TS.24.008] If true (Network Mode of Operation II) Combined procedures between CS and PS domain are not supported (i.e. Gs interface is not present). If false (Network Mode of Operation I) Combined procedures between CS and PS domain are supported (i.e. Gs interface is present). - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.CN.PSDomain.RAB. object R This object provides monitoring of the Packet Switch RAB in the HNB. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.CN.PSDomain.RAB.Stats. object R This object provides the RAB statistics in the PS Domain as defined in [3GPP-TS.32.452]. - 2.1
AttEstabPS string[] R This measurement provides the number of requested RAB in establishment attempts for the PS domain by traffic class. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “traffic class name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the traffic class name= “sum”. - 2.1
SuccEstabPS unsignedInt R This measurement provides the total number of successfully established RABs for the PS domain - 2.1
FailEstabPS unsignedInt R This measurement provides the total number of RABs establishment failures for the PS domain. - 2.1
RelDropPS unsignedInt R This measurement provides the total number of abnormally released PS RAB connections. - 2.1
ULNumUserBitsEDCH unsignedLong R This measurement provides the number of uplink User Bits for PS RABs related with EDCH above RLC. The average uplink data throughput on EDCH RABs can be derived from this measurement. - 2.1
ULNumUserBits64K unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of Uplink User Bits for PS RABs with UL 64 kbps data rate. The average uplink data throughput on 64 kbps RABs can be derived from this measurement. - 2.1
ULNumUserBits128K unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of Uplink User Bits for PS RABs with UL 128 kbps data rate. The average uplink data throughput on 128 kbps RABs can be derived from this measurement. - 2.1
ULNumUserBits384K unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of Uplink User Bits for PS RABs with UL 384 kbps data rate. The average uplink data throughput on 384 kbps RABs can be derived from this measurement. - 2.1
DLNumUserBitsHSDPA unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of Downlink User Bits for PS RABs related with HSDPA above RLC. The average downlink data throughput on HSDPA RABs can be derived from this measurement. - 2.1
DLNumUserBits64K unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of Downlink User Bits for PS RABs (non-HSDPA) with DL 64 kbps data rate above RLC. The average downlink data throughput on 64 kbps RABs (non-HSDPA) can be derived from this measurement. - 2.1
DLNumUserBits128K unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of Downlink User Bits for PS RABs (non-HSDPA) with DL 128 kbps data rate above RLC. The average downlink data throughput on 128 kbps RABs (non-HSDPA) can be derived from this measurement. - 2.1
DLNumUserBits384K unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of Downlink User Bits for PS RABs (non-HSDPA) with DL 384 kbps data rate above RLC. The average downlink data throughput on 384 kbps RABs (non-HSDPA) can be derived from this measurement. - 2.1
LGWNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the LGW table. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.CN.PSDomain.RAB.Stats.LGW.{i}. object(0:) R

This object provides statistics for the Direct User Plane Path between HNB and Local Gateway as defined in [3GPP-TS.32.452].

At most one entry in this table can exist with a given value for CorrelationID.

- 2.1
CorrelationID string R The value of this parameter is equal to the user plane GGSN TEID that the Gn-SGSN has received or the user plane PDN GW TEID that the S4-SGSN has received. [3GPP-TS.25.413]. - 2.1
EstabDirectPathLGWAttNbr unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of direct user plane path between HNB and Local GW attempted to setup. - 2.1
EstabDirectPathLGWSuccNbr unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of direct user plane path between HNB and Local GW successfully established. - 2.1
EstabDirectPathLGWFailNbr string[] R This measurement provides the number of direct user plane path between HNB and Local GW RABs failed to setup by cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the cause name= “sum”. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.CN.HHO. object R This object provides monitoring of the Hard Handover (HHO) properties in the HNB. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.CN.HHO.Stats. object R This object provides the HHO statistics as defined in [3GPP-TS.32.452]. - 2.1
SuccHnbUmtsIntraFreq unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of successful HNB to UMTS macro cell intra frequency hard handovers. - 2.1
AttHnbUmtsIntraFreq unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of attempted HNB to UMTS macro cell intra frequency hard handovers. - 2.1
AttHnbUmtsInterFreq unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of attempted HNB to UMTS macro cell inter frequency hard handovers. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN. object R This object contains parameters relating to the RAN-level configuration. - 2.0
URAList unsignedInt(:65535)[1:8](:50) W Comma-separated list (1 to 8 items) (maximum number of characters 50) of unsigned integers (up to 65535). Each item is a URA (UTRAN Registration Area) to which the FAP belongs. The order of the URA values has no significance. [Section 10.3.2.6/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
URAInUse unsignedInt(:65535) R The URA being used by the FAP. Self-configuration for URA is controlled by Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig.LACRACURAConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.LACRACURASelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the FAP’s self-configuration capability for URA is available and enabled, this parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among the choices provided in URAList. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter contains the first URA value in URAList. - 2.0
RNCID unsignedInt(0:65535) W RNC-ID allocated to the FAP. It uniquely identifies an RNC within a PLMN. Normally, RNC-ID consists of 12 bits (i.e. a range of [0:4095]). However, if the value is larger than 4095, then Extended RNC-ID (range of [4096:65535]) is used in RANAP. The RNC-ID and Extended RNC-ID are combined into a single parameter here as there is no explicit need to have them separated. [Section 9.2.1.39/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
CellID unsignedInt(:268435455) W Cell Identity. [Section 6.1.5/3GPP-TS.25.401] - 2.0
TRatC unsignedInt W Guard period in seconds before sending a “RANAP:RESET ACKNOWLEDGE” message towards the Femto GW. [Section 9.5/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
TRafC unsignedInt W Maximum amount of time in seconds that the FAP SHOULD wait for receiving a “RANAP:RESET ACKNOWLEDGE” message from the Femto GW after sending a Reset to the Femto GW. [Section 9.5/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
NRafC unsignedInt(1:) W Maximum number for RESET procedure that can be repeated in FAP. [Section 8.26.3.2/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
TigOR unsignedInt W Amount of time in seconds used to determine when the additional level of traffic reduction in CN overload SHOULD take place. While this timer is running all OVERLOAD messages or signalling pointing to congested information received by the FAP are ignored. [Section 9.5/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
TinTR unsignedInt W Amount of time in seconds used to determine when the CN overload can be considered cleared. While this timer is running, the FAP is not allowed to increase traffic. [Section 9.5/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
TDataFwd unsignedInt W Maximum amount of time in seconds for Data Forwarding at FAP. Timer is started when a “RANAP:SRNS Data Forward Command” message (or a “RANAP:Relocation Command” message) is received. At timer expiry the “SRNS Data Forwarding” procedure is completed. [Section 9.5/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
TRelocPrep unsignedInt W Maximum amount of time in seconds for the Relocation Preparation procedure. Timer is started when a “RANAP:Relocation Required” message is sent. Timer is stopped when a “RANAP:Relocation Command” or a “RANAP:Relocation Preparation Failure” message is received. [Section 9.5/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
TRelocOverall unsignedInt W Maximum amount of time in seconds for protection of the overall Relocation procedure. Timer is started when a “RANAP:Relocation Command” message is received. Timer is stopped when a “RANAP:Iu Release Command” is received or the relocation procedure is cancelled. [Section 9.5/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
HNBIDRealm string(:182) W The “realm” portion of the HNB-ID where HNB-ID is defined in [3GPP-TS.25.469] and is shown as follows: 0<IMSI>@<realm> Or 1<OUI>-<SerialNumber>@<realm> The other identifiers before “@” are device dependent values. Both <OUI> and <SerialNumber> are defined in [Table 36/TR-069a2]. <IMSI> is obtained from the USIM if it is equipped in the FAP. - 2.0
HSFlag boolean W Enables/disables the HSDPA function in the FAP. If true HSDPA is enabled (this is equivalent to a “1” in [Section 6.3.9/3GPP-TS.32.642]) If false HSDPA is disabled (this is equivalent to a “0” in [Section 6.3.9/3GPP-TS.32.642]) - 2.0
HSEnable boolean W Enables or disables HSDPA in the cell. If true HSDPA is enabled (this is equivalent to a “1” in [Section 6.3.9/3GPP-TS.32.642]) If false HSDPA is not enabled (this is equivalent to a “0” in [Section 6.3.9/3GPP-TS.32.642]) If HSFlag is false then this value MUST be false. - 2.0
NumOfHSPDSCHs unsignedInt(0:15) W The number of codes at the defined spreading factor (SF=16), within the complete code tree. [Section 6.3.9/3GPP-TS.32.642] - 2.0
NumOfHSSCCHs unsignedInt W The number of HS-SCCHs for one cell. [Section 6.3.9/3GPP-TS.32.642] - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.CSG. object R This object contains parameters relating to the Closed Subscriber Group (CSG). - 2.0
CSGIndicator boolean R The CSG-indicator Information Element (IE) in the Master Information Block reflects the access mode of the CSG cell. It is hence dependent on the value of AccessMgmt.UMTS.AccessMode. If true the CSG-indicator IE is present, reflecting access to the CSG cell is closed. If false the CSG-indicator IE is absent, reflecting access to the CSG cell is not closed. [Section 10.2.48.8.1/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
UARFCNDLList unsignedInt(:16383)[](:128) W Comma-separated list (maximum number of characters 128) of unsigned integers (up to 16383). Each item is a UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number (UARFCN) in the DL direction dedicated to the CSG cells. UARFCNDLList is broadcast in SIB 11bis [Section 10.2.48.8.14a/3GPP-TS.25.331]. The corresponding UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number (UARFCN) in the UL direction is derived based on the fixed offset applicable for the frequency band. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.CSG.CSGPSCSplitInfo. object R This object contains parameters relating to the Primary Scrambling Code (PSC) split information for the CSG. Defined in SIB3/11bis [Section 10.3.2.8 and 10.3.2.9/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
StartPSCRange1Coefficient unsignedInt(0:63) W The value of this Information Element (IE) multiplied by 8 specifies the start PSC value of the first PSC range as specified in [Section 8.6.2.4/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
NumberOfPSCs string W

This Information Element (IE) specifies the number of PSCs reserved for CSG cells in each PSC range. Enumeration of:

  • 5
  • 10
  • 15
  • 20
  • 30
  • 40
  • 50
  • 64
  • 80
  • 120
  • 160
  • 256
  • alltherest
  • spare3
  • spare2
  • spare1
- 2.0
PSCRange2Offset unsignedInt(0:63) W If this Information Element (IE) is included, the UE shall calculate the second PSC range as specified in [Section 8.6.2.4/3GPP-TS.25.331]. If this Information Element (IE) is not included, the UE shall consider the second PSC range to be not present. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.CellSelection. object R This object contains parameters related to cell selection and reselection. - 2.0
QualityMeasureCPICH string W

Which mechanism to use when doing CPICH quality measurements. [Section 10.3.7.47/3GPP-TS.25.331] Enumeration of:

  • Ec/No
  • RSCP
- 2.0
QqualMin int(-24:0) W Minimum required quality measure, specified in dB. [Section 10.3.2.3 and Section 10.3.2.4/3GPP-TS.25.331] This value is only meaningful if QualityMeasureCPICH has the value Ec/No and it MUST otherwise be ignored. - 2.0
QqualMinOffset unsignedInt(1:16) W

Offset for QqualMin specified in dB. [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331] This value is only meaningful if QualityMeasureCPICH has the value Ec/No and it MUST otherwise be ignored.

The factory default value MUST be 1.

- 2.0
QRxLevMin int(-115:-25) W Minimum required RX level in the cell, specified in dBm. [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331] Only odd values are valid, use of an even value MUST be rejected by the CPE. This value is only meaningful if QualityMeasureCPICH has the value RSCP and it MUST otherwise be ignored. - 2.0
DeltaQRxLevMin int(-4,-2) W Delta for the minimum required RX level in the cell, specified in dB. [Section 10.3.2.3 and Section 10.3.2.4/3GPP-TS.25.331] The actual value of QRxLevMin = QRxLevMin + DeltaQRxLevMin This value is only meaningful if QualityMeasureCPICH has the value RSCP and it MUST otherwise be ignored. - 2.0
QRxLevMinOffset unsignedInt(2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16) W

Offset for QRxLevMin, specified in dB. [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331] This value is only meaningful if QualityMeasureCPICH has the value RSCP and it MUST otherwise be ignored.

The factory default value MUST be 2.

- 2.0
QHyst1s unsignedInt(0:40) W GSM and FDD Cell reselection hysteresis 1. [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331] Only even values are valid, use of an odd value MUST be rejected by the CPE. - 2.0
QHyst2s unsignedInt(0:40) W FDD Cell reselection hysteresis 2. [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331] Only even values are valid, use of an odd value MUST be rejected by the CPE. This value is only meaningful if QualityMeasureCPICH has the value Ec/No and it MUST otherwise be ignored. By default when QHyst1s is set and QHyst2s is not, then the value for QHyst2s SHOULD match the value of QHyst1s. - 2.0
TReselections unsignedInt(0:31) W A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. A UE triggers the reselection of a new cell if the cell reselection criteria are fulfilled during the time interval in seconds. Parameter defined in SIB3 [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
SIntrasearch int(-32:20) W A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Defines the threshold for intra-frequency measurements, and for the HCS measurement rules. Only even values are valid, use of an odd value MUST be rejected by the CPE. Parameter defined in SIB3 [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
SIntersearch int(-32:20) W A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Defines the threshold for inter-frequency measurements, and for the HCS measurement rules. Only even values are valid, use of an odd value MUST be rejected by the CPE. Parameter defined in SIB3 [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
SSearchHCS int(-105:91) W A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Defines the threshold for intrafrequency and interfrequency measurement rules in HCS. Below this limit in the serving cell, the UE initiates measurements of all intrafrequency and interfrequency neighbouring cells of the serving cell. Only odd values are valid, use of an even value MUST be rejected by the CPE. Parameter defined in SIB3 [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
SSearchRAT int(-32:20) W A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Defines the RAT (GSM) specific threshold for inter-RAT measurement rules. Only even values are valid, use of an odd value MUST be rejected by the CPE. Parameter defined in SIB3 [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
SHCSRAT int(-105:91) W A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Defines the RAT (GSM) specific threshold for inter-RAT measurement rules in HCS. Only odd values are valid, use of an even value MUST be rejected by the CPE. Parameter defined in SIB3 [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
SLimitSearchRAT int(-32:20) W A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Defines the threshold for skipping inter-RAT measurement rules in HCS. Above this RAT (GSM) specific threshold in the serving UTRA cell, the UE does not need to perform any inter-RAT measurements. Only even values are valid, use of an odd value MUST be rejected by the CPE. Parameter defined in SIB3 [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
NonHCSTCRMax string W

A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Defines the duration in seconds for evaluating the allowed amount of cell reselections. If the number of cell reselections during the time period defined by NonHCSTCRMax exceeds NonHCSNCR, high mobility has been detected. Parameter defined in SIB3 [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331]. Enumeration of:

  • not used
  • 30
  • 60
  • 120
  • 180
  • 240
- 2.0
NonHCSNCR unsignedInt(1:16) W A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Defines the maximum number of cell reselections. If the number of cell reselections during the NonHCSTCRMax time period exceeds the value of NonHCSNCR, high mobility has been detected. Parameter defined in SIB3 [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
NonHCSTCRMaxHyst string W

A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Defines the cell reselection hysteresis for reverting from UE high-mobility measurements. The additional time period in seconds before UE reverts to low-mobility measurements. When the number of cell reselections during the time period defined by TCRMax no longer exceeds NCR, UE continues measurements during the time period defined by TCRMaxHyst. Parameter defined in SIB3 [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331]. Enumeration of:

  • not used
  • 10
  • 20
  • 30
  • 40
  • 50
  • 60
  • 70
- 2.0
QHCS unsignedInt(0:99) W

A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Defines the quality threshold levels for applying prioritised hierarchical cell reselection. [Section 10.3.7.12 and Section 10.3.7.54a/3GPP-TS.25.331]

The factory default value MUST be 0.

- 2.0
UseOfHCS boolean W A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Indicate whether HCS is used in this cell or not. [Section 10.3.7.47/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
HCSPrio unsignedInt(0:7) W

A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Defines the HCS priority of this cell. [Section 10.3.7.12/3GPP-TS.25.331]

The factory default value MUST be 0.

- 2.0
TCRMax string W

A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Defines the duration in seconds for evaluating the allowed amount of cell reselections. If the number of cell reselections during the time period defined by TCRMax exceeds NCR, high mobility has been detected. Parameter defined in SIB3 [Section 10.3.7.12/3GPP-TS.25.331]. Enumeration of:

  • not used
  • 30
  • 60
  • 120
  • 180
  • 240
- 2.0
NCR unsignedInt(1:16) W A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Defines the maximum number of cell reselections. If the number of cell reselections during the TCRMax time period exceeds the value of NCR, high mobility has been detected. Parameter defined in SIB3 [Section 10.3.7.12/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
TCRMaxHyst string W

A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Defines the cell reselection hysteresis for reverting from UE high-mobility measurements. The additional time period in seconds before UE reverts to low-mobility measurements. When the number of cell reselections during the time period defined by TCRMax no longer exceeds NCR, UE continues measurements during the time period defined by TCRMaxHyst. Parameter defined in SIB3 [Section 10.3.7.12/3GPP-TS.25.331]. Enumeration of:

  • not used
  • 10
  • 20
  • 30
  • 40
  • 50
  • 60
  • 70
- 2.0
UETxPwrMaxRACH int(-50:33) W A member of the set of parameters used for cell reselection functionality. Defines the maximum transmit power level, specified in dBm, that an UE MAY use when accessing the cell on RACH. Used to calculate Pcompensation, which is: max(UE_TXPWR_MAX_RACH - P_MAX, 0), where UE_TXPWR_MAX_RACH is UETxPwrMaxRACH and P_MAX is the max transmit power for a UE. [Section 10.3.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.331] [Section 5.2.3/3GPP-TS.25.304] - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RRCTimers. object R This object contains parameters related to miscellaneous RRC timers and constants. - 2.0
T300 unsignedInt(100:8000) W

Timer measured in milliseconds. Only the following values are considered valid:

The factory default value MUST be 1000.

- 2.0
T301 unsignedInt(100:8000) W

Timer measured in milliseconds. Only the following values are considered valid:

The factory default value MUST be 2000.

- 2.0
T302 unsignedInt(100:8000) W

Timer measured in milliseconds. Only the following values are considered valid:

The factory default value MUST be 4000.

- 2.0
T304 unsignedInt(100,200,400,1000,2000) W

Timer measured in milliseconds. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.44/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 2000.

- 2.0
T305 int(-1,5,10,30,60,120,360,720) W

Timer measured in minutes. -1 indicates an unbounded timer in which there is no update. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.44/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 30.

- 2.0
T307 unsignedInt(5,10,15,20,30,40,50) W

Timer measured in seconds. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.44/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 30.

- 2.0
T308 unsignedInt(40,80,160,320) W

Timer measured in milliseconds. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.44/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 160.

- 2.0
T309 unsignedInt(1:8) W

Timer measured in seconds. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.44/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 5.

- 2.0
T310 unsignedInt(40,80,120,160,200,240,280,320) W

Timer measured in milliseconds. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.44/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 160.

- 2.0
T311 unsignedInt(250,500,750,1000,1250,1500,1750,2000) W

Timer measured in milliseconds. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.43/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 2000.

- 2.0
T312 unsignedInt(0:15) W

Timer measured in seconds. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.44/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 1.

- 2.0
T313 unsignedInt(0:15) W

Timer measured in seconds. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.43/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 3.

- 2.0
T314 unsignedInt(0,2,4,6,8,12,16,20) W

Timer measured in seconds. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.43/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 12.

- 2.0
T315 unsignedInt(0,10,30,60,180,600,1200,1800) W

Timer measured in seconds. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.43/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 180.

- 2.0
T316 int(-1,0,10,20,30,40,50) W

Timer measured in seconds. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.43/3GPP-TS.25.331]. -1 indicates an unbounded timer in which there is no update.

The factory default value MUST be 30.

- 2.0
T317 unsignedInt(0,10,30,60,180,600,1200,1800) W Timer measured in seconds. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.43/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
N300 unsignedInt(0:7) W

Counter. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.44/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 3.

- 2.0
N301 unsignedInt(0:7) W

Counter. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.43/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 2.

- 2.0
N302 unsignedInt(0:7) W

Counter. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.43/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 3.

- 2.0
N304 unsignedInt(0:7) W

Counter. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.43/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 2.

- 2.0
N310 unsignedInt(0:7) W

Counter. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.43/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 4.

- 2.0
N312 unsignedInt(1:1000) W

Counter. Only the following values are considered valid: 1, 2, 4, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 400, 600, 800, and 1000. Any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.44/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 1.

- 2.0
N313 unsignedInt(1,2,4,10,20,50,100,200) W

Counter. Defined in SIB1 [Section 13.1 and Section 10.3.3.43/3GPP-TS.25.331].

The factory default value MUST be 20.

- 2.0
N315 unsignedInt(1:1000) W

Counter. Only the following values are considered valid:

The factory default value MUST be 1.

- 2.0
WaitTime unsignedInt(0:15) W Time period the UE has to wait before repeating the rejected procedure. This is an IE used when sending RRC connection reject, redirecting the requesting UE to another frequency. 0 indicates that repetition is not allowed. [Section 10.3.3.50/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.DRX. object R This object contains parameters related to DRX parameters. - 2.0
DRXCycleLengthCoefficientCS unsignedInt(6:9) W Defines the DRX cycle length coefficient for CS domain to optimize paging in idle mode. Defined in SIB1 [Section 10.3.3.6/3GPP-TS.25.331]. DRXCycleLengthCoefficientCS refers to ‘k’ in the formula as specified in [3GPP-TS.25.304], Discontinuous reception. Used by the CN CS domain to count paging occasions for discontinuous reception in Idle Mode. The duration of the DRX cycle is 2 <power> k frames, where ‘k’ is the used DRX cycle length coefficient for CN. - 2.0
DRXCycleLengthCoefficientPS unsignedInt(6:9) W Defines the DRX cycle length coefficient for PS domain to optimize paging in idle mode. Defined in SIB1 [Section 10.3.3.6/3GPP-TS.25.331]. DRXCycleLengthCoefficientPS refers to ‘k’ in the formula as specified in [3GPP-TS.25.304], Discontinuous reception. Used by the CN PS domain to count paging occasions for discontinuous reception in Idle Mode. The duration of the DRX cycle is 2 <power> k frames, where ‘k’ is the used DRX cycle length coefficient for CN. - 2.0
UTRANDRXCycleLengthCoefficient unsignedInt(3:9) W Defines the DRX cycle length used by UTRAN to count paging occasions for discontinuous reception in Connected Mode. The duration of the DRX cycle is 2 <power> k frames, where ‘k’ is the used DRX cycle length coefficient for UTRAN. UTRANDRXCycleLengthCoefficient SHOULD be used by the UTRAN/FAP for UEs in Cell_PCH/Cell_FACH state. [Section 10.3.3.49/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.PowerControl. object R This object contains parameters related to power control and RACH. - 2.0
ConstantValue int(-35:-10) W Used by the UE to calculate the initial output power, specified in dB, on PRACH according to the open loop power control procedure. Parameter in SIB5. [Section 10.3.6.11/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
PowerRampStepUp unsignedInt(1:8) W Used for the Uplink Common Channel. Defines the Power ramp setup, specified in dB, on PRACH preamble when no acquisition indicator (AI) is detected by the UE. Parameter in SIB5. [Section 10.3.6.54/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
PreambleRetransMax unsignedInt(1:64) W Used for the Uplink Common Channel. Defines the maximum number of preambles allowed in one preamble ramping cycle. PRACH Preamble Retrans Max is part of “PRACH power offset” which is part of “PRACH system information list”. Parameter in SIB5. [Section 10.3.6.54/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
PersistenceScaleFactor unsignedInt(2:9) W Persistence Scaling Factor for overload control. Parameter in SIB5. The value is the scaling factor multiplied by 10, e.g. 2 is a scaling factor of 0.2 - 2.0
MMax unsignedInt(1:32) W Maximum number of RACH preamble cycles. Defines how many times the PRACH preamble ramping procedure can be repeated before UE MAC reports a failure on RACH transmission to higher layers. Maximum number of RACH preamble cycles is part of “RACH transmission parameters” which is part of “PRACH system information list” which is part of SIB5. [Section 10.3.6.67/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
NB01Min unsignedInt(0:50) W RACH random back-off lower bound. NB01Min is the lower bound of the waiting time in 10 millisecond increments (i.e. 1 corresponds to 10 ms and 50 corresponds to 500 ms). NB01Min is part of “RACH transmission parameters” which is part of “PRACH system information list” which is part of SIB5. [Section 10.3.6.67/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
NB01Max unsignedInt(0:50) W RACH random back-off upper bound. NB01Max is the Upper bound of the waiting time in 10 millisecond increments (i.e. 1 corresponds to 10 ms and 50 corresponds to 500 ms). NB01Max is part of “RACH transmission parameters” which is part of “PRACH system information list” which is part of SIB5. [Section 10.3.6.67/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.CellRestriction. object R This object contains parameters related to cell access restriction. - 2.0
CellBarred boolean W Indicates whether the FAP is barred from service or not. [Section 10.3.2/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
IntraFreqCellReselectionIndicator boolean W When CellBarred is true, this indicates whether the intra-frequency cell re-selection is allowed or not. IntraFreqCellReselectionIndicator has no meaning if CellBarred is false and MUST be ignored in such cases. true means that intra-frequency cell re-selection is allowed. false means that intra-frequency cell re-selection is not allowed. [Section 10.3.2/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TBarred unsignedInt(10,20,40,80,160,320,640,1280) W The time period in seconds during which the UE is barred from accessing the FAP. [Section 10.3.2/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
AccessClassBarredListCS unsignedInt(0:15)[] W Comma-separated list of unsigned integers (0 to 15). Each entry is an Access Class that is barred from CS service. The order of the list has no significance. [Section 10.3.2/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
AccessClassBarredListPS unsignedInt(0:15)[] W Comma-separated list of unsigned integers (0 to 15). Each entry is an Access Class that is barred from PS service. The order of the list has no significance. [Section 10.3.2/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
CellReservedForOperatorUse boolean W Indicates whether the FAP is reserved for operator use or not. [Section 10.3.2/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.IntraFreqMeas. object R This object contains parameters relating to the intra-freq HO control parameters. - 2.0
MeasurementQuantity string W

Defines the measurement quantity for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Enumeration of: Enumeration of:

- 2.0
FilterCoefficient unsignedInt(0:9,11,13,15,17,19) W Defines the equivalent time constant of the low pass filter applied to the CPICH quality measurements, or CPICH Ec/No. [Section 8.6.7.2 and Section 10.3.7.9/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
IntraFrequencyEventIdentity string[](:32) W Comma-separated list (maximum number of characters 32) of strings. Each entry is an Event ID from the list of: 1a, 1b, 1c, 1d, 1e, 1f, 1g, 1h, 1i Defines the identity of the event used to trigger UE reporting (in case of event-triggered reporting). [Section 10.3.7.34/3GPP-TS.25.331] Since the FAP can determine this on its own, it might not be necessary to configure it. - 2.0
TriggeringCondition2Event1a string[] W

Comma-separated list of strings. Indicates which cells can trigger Event 1a. Each list item is an enumeration of:

- 2.0
TriggeringCondition1Event1b string[] W

Comma-separated list of strings. Indicates which cells can trigger Event 1b. Each list item is an enumeration of:

- 2.0
TriggeringCondition2Event1e string[] W

Comma-separated list of strings. Indicates which cells can trigger Event 1e. Each list item is an enumeration of:

- 2.0
TriggeringCondition1Event1f string[] W

Comma-separated list of strings. Indicates which cells can trigger Event 1f. Each list item is an enumeration of:

- 2.0
ReportingRangeEvent1a unsignedInt(0:29) W Defines a constant in the inequality criterion that needs to be satisfied for an Event 1a to occur. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 14.5 dB in steps of 0.5 dB. The value of ReportingRangeEvent1a divided by 2 yields the actual value of the range. [Section 14.1.2 and Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
ReportingRangeEvent1b unsignedInt(0:29) W Defines a constant in the inequality criterion that needs to be satisfied for an Event 1b to occur. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 14.5 dB in steps of 0.5 dB. The value of ReportingRangeEvent1b divided by 2 yields the actual value of the range. [Section 14.1.2 and Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
WeightingFactorEvent1a unsignedInt(0:20) W Defines the weighting factor for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the weighting factor are 0.0 to 2.0 in steps of 0.1. The value of WeightingFactorEvent1a divided by 10 yields the actual value of the weighting factor. [Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
WeightingFactorEvent1b unsignedInt(0:20) W Defines the weighting factor for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the weighting factor are 0.0 to 2.0 in steps of 0.1. The value of WeightingFactorEvent1b divided by 10 yields the actual value of the weighting factor. [Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
ReportDeactivationThresholdEvent1a unsignedInt(0:7) W Defines the maximum number of cells allowed in the “active cell set” for Event 1a to occur. [Section 14.1.2 and Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
ReportingAmountEvent1a int(-1,1:2,4,8,16,32,64) W Defines the maximum number of MEASUREMENT REPORT messages sent by the UE in case of periodic reporting triggered by an Event 1a The value -1 is used to represent an unbounded maximum. [Section 14.1.2 and Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
ReportingAmountEvent1c int(-1,1:2,4,8,16,32,64) W Defines the maximum number of MEASUREMENT REPORT messages sent by the UE in case of periodic reporting triggered by an Event 1c The value -1 is used to represent an unbounded maximum. [Section 14.1.2 and Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
ReportingIntervalEvent1a unsignedInt(0,250,500,1000,2000,4000,8000,16000) W Defines the transmission period in milliseconds of MEASUREMENT REPORT messages sent by the UE in case of periodic reporting triggered by an Event 1a. [Section 14.1.2 and Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
ReportingIntervalEvent1c unsignedInt(0,250,500,1000,2000,4000,8000,16000) W Defines the transmission period in milliseconds of MEASUREMENT REPORT messages sent by the UE in case of periodic reporting triggered by an Event 1c. [Section 14.1.2 and Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
HysteresisEvent1a unsignedInt(0:15) W Defines the hysteresis for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 7.5 in steps of 0.5. The value of HysteresisEvent1a divided by 2 yields the actual value of the hysteresis. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 14.1.2/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
HysteresisEvent1b unsignedInt(0:15) W Defines the hysteresis for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 7.5 in steps of 0.5. The value of HysteresisEvent1b divided by 2 yields the actual value of the hysteresis. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 14.1.2/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
HysteresisEvent1c unsignedInt(0:15) W Defines the hysteresis for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 7.5 in steps of 0.5. The value of HysteresisEvent1c divided by 2 yields the actual value of the hysteresis. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 14.1.2/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
HysteresisEvent1d unsignedInt(0:15) W Defines the hysteresis for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 7.5 in steps of 0.5. The value of HysteresisEvent1d divided by 2 yields the actual value of the hysteresis. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 14.1.2/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
HysteresisEvent1e unsignedInt(0:15) W Defines the hysteresis for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 7.5 in steps of 0.5. The value of HysteresisEvent1e divided by 2 yields the actual value of the hysteresis. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 14.1.2/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
HysteresisEvent1f unsignedInt(0:15) W Defines the hysteresis for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 7.5 in steps of 0.5. The value of HysteresisEvent1f divided by 2 yields the actual value of the hysteresis. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 14.1.2/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTriggerEvent1a unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the time-to-trigger in milliseconds for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 10.3.7.64/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTriggerEvent1b unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the time-to-trigger in milliseconds for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 10.3.7.64/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTriggerEvent1c unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the time-to-trigger in milliseconds for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 10.3.7.64/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTriggerEvent1d unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the time-to-trigger in milliseconds for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 10.3.7.64/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTriggerEvent1e unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the time-to-trigger in milliseconds for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 10.3.7.64/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTriggerEvent1f unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the time-to-trigger in milliseconds for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 10.3.7.64/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
ThresholdUsedFrequencyEvent1e int(-120:165) W Defines the reporting threshold for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. This is the “Threshold used frequency” as defined in [Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331]. Each valid value of MeasurementQuantity has a different valid range. CPICH RSCP has a range of -120 dBm to -25 dBm CPICH Ec/No has a range of -24 dB to 0 dB Pathloss has a range of 30 dB to 165 dB - 2.0
ThresholdUsedFrequencyEvent1f int(-120:165) W Defines the reporting threshold for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. This is the “Threshold used frequency” as defined in [Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331]. Each valid value of MeasurementQuantity has a different valid range. CPICH RSCP has a range of -120 dBm to -25 dBm CPICH Ec/No has a range of -24 dB to 0 dB Pathloss has a range of 30 dB to 165 dB - 2.0
ReplacementActivationThresholdEvent1c unsignedInt(0:7) W Defines the minimum number of cells allowed in the “active cell set” for Event 1c to occur. [Section 14.1.2 and Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
InstanceNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the Instance table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.IntraFreqMeas.Instance.{i}. object(0:) W

Table containing parameters relating to a particular instance of intra-freq events.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for IntraFrequencyEventIdentity.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this Instance entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for IntraFrequencyEventIdentity.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
IntraFrequencyEventIdentity string R

Each entry is an Event ID from the list of: Enumeration of:

  • 1a
  • 1b
  • 1c
  • 1d
  • 1e
  • 1f Defines the identity of the event used to trigger UE reporting (in case of event-triggered reporting). [Section 10.3.7.34/3GPP-TS.25.331] This attribute is readable, as it is highly dependent on how the FAP makes use of the event.
- 2.0
EventDescription string(:256) R A free-form description of the way the event instance is meant to be used. E.g. “hand-out to macro cells”, “addition of enterprise HNB cell to Active Set”. - 2.0
MeasurementQuantity string W

Defines the measurement quantity for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Enumeration of: Enumeration of:

- 2.0
FilterCoefficient unsignedInt(0:9,11,13,15,17,19) W Defines the equivalent time constant of the low pass filter applied to the CPICH quality measurements, or CPICH Ec/No. [Section 8.6.7.2 and Section 10.3.7.9/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TriggeringCondition string[] W

Comma-separated list of strings. Indicates which cells can trigger the event instance. Each list item is an enumeration of:

- 2.0
ReportingRange unsignedInt(0:29) W Applicable to events 1a, 1b, otherwise not needed. Defines a constant in the inequality criterion that needs to be satisfied for an Event 1b to occur. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 14.5 dB in steps of 0.5 dB. The value of ReportingRange divided by 2 yields the actual value of the range. [Section 14.1.2 and Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
WeightingFactor unsignedInt(0:20) W Applicable to events 1a, 1b, otherwise not needed. Defines the weighting factor for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the weighting factor are 0.0 to 2.0 in steps of 0.1. The value of WeightingFactor divided by 10 yields the actual value of the weighting factor. [Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
ReportDeactivationThreshold unsignedInt(0:7) W Applicable to events 1a, otherwise not needed. Defines the maximum number of cells allowed in the “active cell set” for Event 1a to occur. [Section 14.1.2 and Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
ReportingAmount int(-1,1:2,4,8,16,32,64) W Applicable to events 1a, 1c, otherwise not needed. Defines the maximum number of MEASUREMENT REPORT messages sent by the UE in case of periodic reporting triggered by an Event 1a The value -1 is used to represent an unbounded maximum. [Section 14.1.2 and Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
ReportingInterval unsignedInt(0,250,500,1000,2000,4000,8000,16000) W Applicable to events 1a, 1c, otherwise not needed. Defines the transmission period in milliseconds of MEASUREMENT REPORT messages sent by the UE in case of periodic reporting triggered by an Event 1a. [Section 14.1.2 and Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
Hysteresis unsignedInt(0:15) W Defines the hysteresis for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 7.5 in steps of 0.5. The value of Hysteresis divided by 2 yields the actual value of the hysteresis. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 14.1.2/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTrigger unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the time-to-trigger in milliseconds for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 10.3.7.64/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
ThresholdUsedFrequency int(-120:165) W Applicable to events 1e, 1f, otherwise not needed. Defines the reporting threshold for intra-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. This is the “Threshold used frequency” as defined in [Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331]. Each valid value of MeasurementQuantity has a different valid range. CPICH RSCP has a range of -120 dBm to -25 dBm CPICH Ec/No has a range of -24 dB to 0 dB Pathloss has a range of 30 dB to 165 dB - 2.0
ReplacementActivationThreshold unsignedInt(0:7) W Applicable only to event 1c Defines the minimum number of cells allowed in the “active cell set” for Event 1c to occur. [Section 14.1.2 and Section 10.3.7.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.InterFreqMeas. object R This object contains parameters relating to the inter-freq HO related control parameters. - 2.0
MeasurementQuantity string W

Defines the measurement quantity for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Enumeration of: Enumeration of:

- 2.0
FilterCoefficient unsignedInt(0:9,11,13,15,17,19) W Defines the filter coefficient for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. [Section 10.3.7.9 and Section 10.3.7.18/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
InterFrequencyEventIdentity string[](:32) W Comma-separated list (maximum number of characters 32) of strings. Each entry is an Event ID from the list of: 2a, 2b, 2c, 2d, 2e,2f Defines the identity of the event used to trigger inter-frequency UE reporting (in case of event-triggered reporting). [Section 10.3.7.14/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
WeightingFactorEvent2a unsignedInt(0:20) W Defines the weighting factor for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the weighting factor are 0.0 to 2.0 in steps of 0.1. The value of WeightingFactorEvent2a divided by 10 yields the actual value of the weighting factor. [Section 10.3.7.19/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
WeightingFactorEvent2b unsignedInt(0:20) W Defines the weighting factor for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the weighting factor are 0.0 to 2.0 in steps of 0.1. The value of WeightingFactorEvent2b divided by 10 yields the actual value of the weighting factor. [Section 10.3.7.19/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
WeightingFactorEvent2d unsignedInt(0:20) W Defines the weighting factor for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the weighting factor are 0.0 to 2.0 in steps of 0.1. The value of WeightingFactorEvent2d divided by 10 yields the actual value of the weighting factor. [Section 10.3.7.19/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
WeightingFactorEvent2f unsignedInt(0:20) W Defines the weighting factor for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the weighting factor are 0.0 to 2.0 in steps of 0.1. The value of WeightingFactorEvent2f divided by 10 yields the actual value of the weighting factor. [Section 10.3.7.19/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
HysteresisEvent2a unsignedInt(0:29) W Defines the hysteresis for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 14.5 in steps of 0.5. The value of HysteresisEvent2a divided by 2 yields the actual value of the hysteresis. [Section 10.3.7.19/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
HysteresisEvent2b unsignedInt(0:29) W Defines the hysteresis for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 14.5 in steps of 0.5. The value of HysteresisEvent2b divided by 2 yields the actual value of the hysteresis. [Section 10.3.7.19/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
HysteresisEvent2d unsignedInt(0:29) W Defines the hysteresis for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 14.5 in steps of 0.5. The value of HysteresisEvent2d divided by 2 yields the actual value of the hysteresis. [Section 10.3.7.19/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
HysteresisEvent2f unsignedInt(0:29) W Defines the hysteresis for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 14.5 in steps of 0.5. The value of HysteresisEvent2f divided by 2 yields the actual value of the hysteresis. [Section 10.3.7.19/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTriggerEvent2a unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the time-to-trigger in milliseconds for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.19 and Section 10.3.7.64/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTriggerEvent2b unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the time-to-trigger in milliseconds for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.19 and Section 10.3.7.64/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTriggerEvent2d unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the time-to-trigger in milliseconds for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.19 and Section 10.3.7.64/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTriggerEvent2f unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the time-to-trigger in milliseconds for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.19 and Section 10.3.7.64/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
ThresholdUsedFrequencyEvent2b int(-120:0) W Defines the reporting threshold for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. This is the “Threshold used frequency” as defined in [Section 10.3.7.19/3GPP-TS.25.331]. Each valid value of MeasurementQuantity has a different valid range. CPICH RSCP has a range of -120 dBm to -25 dBm CPICH Ec/No has a range of -24 dB to 0 dB - 2.0
ThresholdUsedFrequencyEvent2d int(-120:0) W Defines the reporting threshold for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. This is the “Threshold used frequency” as defined in [Section 10.3.7.19/3GPP-TS.25.331]. Each valid value of MeasurementQuantity has a different valid range. CPICH RSCP has a range of -120 dBm to -25 dBm CPICH Ec/No has a range of -24 dB to 0 dB - 2.0
ThresholdUsedFrequencyEvent2f int(-120:0) W Defines the reporting threshold for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. This is the “Threshold used frequency” as defined in [Section 10.3.7.19/3GPP-TS.25.331]. Each valid value of MeasurementQuantity has a different valid range. CPICH RSCP has a range of -120 dBm to -25 dBm CPICH Ec/No has a range of -24 dB to 0 dB - 2.0
InstanceNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the Instance table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.InterFreqMeas.Instance.{i}. object(0:) W

Table containing parameters relating to a particular instance of inter-freq events.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for IntraFrequencyEventIdentity.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this Instance entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for IntraFrequencyEventIdentity.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
IntraFrequencyEventIdentity string R

Each entry is an Event ID from the list of: Enumeration of:

  • 2a
  • 2b
  • 2c
  • 2d
  • 2e
  • 2f Defines the identity of the event used to trigger UE reporting (in case of event-triggered reporting). [Section 10.3.7.14/3GPP-TS.25.331] This attribute is readable, as it is highly dependent on how the FAP makes use of the event.
- 2.0
EventDescription string(:256) R A free-form description of the way the event instance is meant to be used. E.g. “detecting cell edge to prepare for hand-out”, “cancel hand-out preparation”. - 2.0
MeasurementQuantity string W

Defines the measurement quantity for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Enumeration of: Enumeration of:

- 2.0
FilterCoefficient unsignedInt(0:9,11,13,15,17,19) W Defines the filter coefficient for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. [Section 10.3.7.9 and Section 10.3.7.18/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
WeightingFactor unsignedInt(0:20) W Defines the weighting factor for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the weighting factor are 0.0 to 2.0 in steps of 0.1. The value of WeightingFactor divided by 10 yields the actual value of the weighting factor. [Section 10.3.7.19/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
Hysteresis unsignedInt(0:15) W Defines the hysteresis for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 14.5 in steps of 0.5. The value of Hysteresis divided by 2 yields the actual value of the hysteresis. [Section 10.3.7.19/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTrigger unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the time-to-trigger in milliseconds for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 10.3.7.64/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
ThresholdUsedFrequency int(-120:0) W Applicable to events 2b, 2d, 2f, otherwise not needed. Defines the reporting threshold for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. This is the “Threshold used frequency” as defined in [Section 10.3.7.19/3GPP-TS.25.331]. Each valid value of MeasurementQuantity has a different valid range. CPICH RSCP has a range of -120 dBm to -25 dBm CPICH Ec/No has a range of -24 dB to 0 dB - 2.0
ThresholdNonUsedFrequency int(-120:0) W Applicable to events 2a, 2b, 2c, 2e otherwise not needed. Defines the reporting threshold for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. This is the “Threshold non used frequency” as defined in [Section 10.3.7.19/3GPP-TS.25.331]. Each valid value of MeasurementQuantity has a different valid range. CPICH RSCP has a range of -120 dBm to -25 dBm CPICH Ec/No has a range of -24 dB to 0 dB - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.InterRATMeas. object R This object contains parameters relating to the inter-RAT HO related control parameters. This is specifically for GERAN system. - 2.0
GSMFilterCoefficient unsignedInt(0:9,11,13,15,17,19) W Defines the filter coefficient for inter-RAT HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. [Section 10.3.7.9 and Section 10.3.7.29/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
BSICVerificationRequired boolean W Indicates whether the BSIC verification is required or not for inter-RAT HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. [Section 10.3.7.29/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
WeightingFactor unsignedInt(0:20) W Defines the weighting factor for inter-RAT HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the weighting factor are 0.0 to 2.0 in steps of 0.1. The value of WeightingFactor divided by 10 yields the actual value of the weighting factor. [Section 10.3.7.30/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
Hysteresis unsignedInt(0:15) W Defines the hysteresis for inter-RAT HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 7.5 in steps of 0.5. The value of Hysteresis divided by 2 yields the actual value of the hysteresis. [Section 10.3.7.30/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTrigger unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the time-to-trigger in milliseconds for inter-RAT HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 10.3.7.64/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
ThresholdOwnSystem int(-115:0) W Defines the reporting threshold for inter-RAT HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. This is the “Threshold own system” as defined in [Section 10.3.7.30/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
ThresholdOtherSystem int(-115:0) W Defines the reporting threshold for inter-RAT HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. This is the “Threshold other system” as defined in [Section 10.3.7.30/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
InstanceNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the Instance table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.InterRATMeas.Instance.{i}. object(0:) W

Table containing parameters relating to a particular instance of inter-freq events.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for InterRATEventIdentity.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this Instance entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for InterRATEventIdentity.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
InterRATEventIdentity string R

Each entry is an Event ID from the list of: Enumeration of:

  • 3a
  • 3b
  • 3c
  • 3d Defines the identity of the event used to trigger UE reporting (in case of event-triggered reporting). [Section 10.3.7.14/3GPP-TS.25.331] This attribute is readable, as it is highly dependent on how the FAP makes use of the event.
- 2.0
EventDescription string(:256) R A free-form description of the way the event instance is meant to be used. E.g. “hand-out to GSM macrocell”, “cancel hand-out preparation due to decreasing macrocell quality”. - 2.0
FilterCoefficient unsignedInt(0:9,11,13,15,17,19) W Defines the filter coefficient for inter-freq HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. [Section 10.3.7.9 and Section 10.3.7.18/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
BSICVerificationRequired boolean W Applicable only to GSM events. Indicates whether the BSIC verification is required or not for inter-RAT HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. [Section 10.3.7.29/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
WeightingFactor unsignedInt(0:20) W Defines the weighting factor for inter-RAT HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the weighting factor are 0.0 to 2.0 in steps of 0.1. The value of WeightingFactor divided by 10 yields the actual value of the weighting factor. [Section 10.3.7.30/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
Hysteresis unsignedInt(0:15) W Defines the hysteresis for inter-RAT HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Actual values of the range are 0.0 to 7.5 in steps of 0.5. The value of Hysteresis divided by 2 yields the actual value of the hysteresis. [Section 10.3.7.30/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTrigger unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the time-to-trigger in milliseconds for inter-RAT HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.39 and Section 10.3.7.64/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
ThresholdOwnSystem int(-115:0) W Applicable only to event 3a, otherwise not needed. Defines the reporting threshold for inter-RAT HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. This is the “Threshold own system” as defined in [Section 10.3.7.30/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
ThresholdOtherSystem int(-115:0) W Applicable to events 3a, 3b, 3c, otherwise not needed. Defines the reporting threshold for inter-RAT HO measurement when the UE is in Cell-DCH state. This is the “Threshold other system” as defined in [Section 10.3.7.30/3GPP-TS.25.331]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.UEInternalMeas. object R This object contains parameters relating to the UE internal measurement control parameters. - 2.0
FilterCoefficient unsignedInt(0:9,11,13,15,17,19) W Defines the filter coefficient for UE internal measurement. [Section 10.3.7.9 and Section 10.3.7.79/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
UETxPwrThresholdEvent6a int(-50:33) W Defines the threshold for UE transmit power above which Event 6a is reported. [Section 10.3.7.80/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTriggerEvent6a unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the period in milliseconds between detection of Event 6a and sending of Measurement Report. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.80/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
UETxPwrThresholdEvent6b int(-50:33) W Defines the threshold for UE transmit power above which Event 6b is reported. [Section 10.3.7.80/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
TimeToTriggerEvent6b unsignedInt(0,10,20,40,60,80,100,120,160,200,240,320,640,1280,2560,5000) W Defines the period in milliseconds between detection of Event 6b and sending of Measurement Report. Only the specified values are considered valid, any value other than those and the CPE MUST reject the request. [Section 10.3.7.80/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF. object R This object contains parameters relating to the RF configuration. - 2.0
UARFCNDL string[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of strings. Each item is a DL UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number (UARFCN) in an FDD mode cell. [Section 9.2.1.65/3GPP-TS.25.433] Self-configuration for UARFCN is controlled by Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig.UARFCNConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.UARFCNSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the FAP’s self-configuration capability for UARFCN is available and enabled, this parameter MAY contain more than one item and the FAP is expected to select one from the list for UARFCNDLInUse. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter SHOULD contain only a single item. The UARFCN values supplied to the list are derived based on the formula defined in [Section 5.4.3/3GPP-TS.25.104] The order of the UARFCN entries has no significance. The carrier spacing in FDD mode is fixed as defined in [3GPP-TS.25.104]. Therefore, the FAP can unambiguously derive the UL UARFCN value based on the selected DL UARFCN. - 2.0
UARFCNDLInUse unsignedInt R The DL UARFCN being used by the FAP. Self-configuration for UARFCN is controlled by Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig.UARFCNConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.UARFCNSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the self-configuration capability is available and enabled, this parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among the choices provided in UARFCNDL. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter contains the first value in UARFCNDL. - 2.0
UARFCNULInUse unsignedInt R The UL UARFCN being used by the FAP. The UL UARFCN that corresponds to UARFCNDLInUse. - 2.0
UARFCNDLToProtect string[](:64) W Comma-separated list (maximum number of characters 64) of strings. Each item is a DL UARFCNs to be protected from adjacent channel interference. “Adjacent channel” in this context means offset from the FAP’s UARFCN by 5MHz. [Section 6.4.6/3GPP-TS.25.104] If any of the items in the list are adjacent to the FAP’s own DL channel, the FAP MUST take the Primary CPICH code power measured on these channels into account as part of its maximum transmit power self-configuration. The UARFCNs in the list can belong to any operator, allowing for protection of the FAP operator’s own macro layer as well as that of other operators (only the latter is mandated by the [3GPP-TS.25.104] requirements). The list SHOULD take into account the ability of the FAP to self-configure its own DL UARFCN and so SHOULD include any channels (requiring protection) which can potentially be adjacent to the UARFCN selected by the FAP. For example, if only adjacent operator protection is required and the FAP has the ability to self-configure to any channel owned by its operator, this list would be populated with the UARFCNs immediately above and below the range of channels owned by the FAP operator. Adjacent channel protection can cause the FAP transmit power to be reduced down to as low as 8dBm. If an empty string then it indicates that there are no channels adjacent to the FAP that require protection, or that self-configuration of the FAP transmit power is not enabled. - 2.0
PrimaryScramblingCode string[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of strings. Each item is a Primary DL Scrambling Code used by the FDD mode cell with a numeric range between 0 and 511 inclusive. [Section 9.2.2.34/3GPP-TS.25.433] Self-configuration for PSC is controlled by Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig.PrimaryScramblingCodeConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.PrimaryScramblingCodeSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the FAP’s self-configuration capability for PrimaryScramblingCode is available and enabled, this parameter MAY contain more than one item and the FAP is expected to select one from the list for PrimaryScramblingCodeInUse. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter SHOULD contain only a single item. The multiplicity of the PSC values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. The following are examples of valid PSC string:
  • “20”
    • (explicitly specifies a single PSC value)
  • “20,30,40”
    • (specifies 3 possible PSC values to select from) “20..40”
    • (specifies 21 possible values between 20 and 40, inclusive) “20..40,50”
    • (specifies 22 possible values between 20 and 40 inclusive and a single value 50) The order of the items has no significance.
- 2.0
PrimaryScramblingCodeInUse unsignedInt R The PSC being used by the FAP. Self-configuration for PSC is controlled by Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig.PrimaryScramblingCodeConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.PrimaryScramblingCodeSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the self-configuration capability is available and enabled, this parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among the choices provided in PrimaryScramblingCode. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter contains the first value in PrimaryScramblingCode. - 2.0
MaxFAPTxPowerExpanded string(:64) W Defines the maximum transmission power allowed on the FAP, maximum value for the linear sum of the power of all downlink physical channels, that is allowed to be used in a cell. MaxFAPTxPowerExpanded is expressed as a range of allowed maximum power levels with “..” (two periods) between the upper and lower values, i.e. “<Pmax_low>..<Pmax_high>”. MaxFAPTxPowerExpanded identifies the limits between which the FAP can self-configure its maximum transmit power. Self-configuration for maximum transmission power is controlled by Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig.MaxFAPTxPowerExpandedConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.MaxFAPTxPowerExpandedSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. <Pmax_low> and <Pmax_high> are measured in dBm and have a range of -30.0 to 20.0 incremented by 0.1 dB. [Section 6.3.9/3GPP-TS.32.642] [Section 6.2.1/3GPP-TS.25.104] - 2.0
MaxFAPTxPowerInUseExpanded int(-300:200) R The maximum transmission power measured in dBm currently used by the FAP. Actual values of the maximum transmission power are -30.0 dBm to 20.0 dBm in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of MaxFAPTxPowerInUseExpanded divided by 10 yields the actual value of the maximum transmission power. Self-configuration for maximum transmission power is controlled by Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig.MaxFAPTxPowerExpandedConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.MaxFAPTxPowerExpandedSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the self-configuration capability is available and enabled, this parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among the range provided in MaxFAPTxPowerExpanded. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter contains a value selected by the ACS. - 2.0
MaxULTxPower string(:64) W Defines the maximum transmission power level a UE can use on PRACH. MaxULTxPower is expressed as a range of allowed maximum power levels with “..” (two periods) between the upper and lower values, i.e. “<Pmax_low>..<Pmax_high>”. MaxULTxPower identifies the limits between which the FAP can self-configure its maximum transmit power. Self-configuration for maximum transmission power is controlled by Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig.MaxULTxPowerConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.MaxULTxPowerSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. <Pmax_low> and <Pmax_high> are measured in dBm and have a range of -50 to 33 incremented by 1. [Section 10.3.6.39/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
MaxULTxPowerInUse int(-50:33) R The maximum transmission power level a UE can use on PRACH. Self-configuration for maximum transmission power is controlled by Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig.MaxULTxPowerConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.MaxULTxPowerSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the self-configuration capability is available and enabled, this parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among the range provided in MaxULTxPower. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter contains a value selected by the ACS. - 2.0
PCPICHPower string(:64) W The value of the transmission power of the Primary Common PIlot CHannel (P-CPICH). The P-CPICH physical channel carries the common pilots of the cell. Parameter in SIB5. PCPICHPower is expressed as a range of allowed transmission power levels with “..” (two periods) between the upper and lower values, i.e. “<Pmax_low>..<Pmax_high>”. PCPICHPower identifies the limits between which the FAP can self-configure its transmission power. Self-configuration for transmission power is controlled by Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig.PCPICHPowerConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.PCPICHPowerSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. <Pmax_low> and <Pmax_high> are measured in dBm and have a range of -10.0 to 20.0 incremented by 0.1 dB. [Section 6.3.11/3GPP-TS.32.642] [Section 6.2.1/3GPP-TS.25.104] - 2.0
PCPICHPowerInUse int(-100:200) R The P-CPICH power measured in dBm currently used by the FAP. Actual values of the maximum transmission power are -10.0 dBm to 20.0 dBm in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of PCPICHPowerInUse divided by 10 yields the actual value of the maximum transmission power. Self-configuration for transmission power is controlled by Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig.PCPICHPowerConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.PCPICHPowerSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the self-configuration capability is available and enabled, this parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among the range provided in PCPICHPower. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter contains a value selected by the ACS. - 2.0
PowerOffsetPilotDPDCH unsignedInt(0:24) W Defines the power offset between pilot channel and DPDCH. Actual values of the offset are 0.0 dB to 6.0 dB in steps of 0.25 dB. The value of PowerOffsetPilotDPDCH divided by 4 yields the actual value of the offset. [Section 10.3.6.18/3GPP-TS.25.331] [Section 5.2.1/3GPP-TS.25.214] - 2.0
FAPCoverageTarget unsignedInt(50:150) W Defines the target value measured in dB for the range of the FAP’s DL coverage, in terms of RF propagation loss. This value can be used by the FAP’s self-configuration algorithms to help derive transmit power levels in the presence of co-channel and adjacent channel interference. [Section 7.2.1/3GPP-TS.25.967] - 2.0
FAPQualityTargetEcIo int(-200:0) W Defines the target value measured in dB for the downlink signal quality of the FAP in terms of CPICH Ec/Io, thereby clarifying the meaning of “FAPCoverageTarget”. Actual values of the FAPQualityTargetEcIo are -20 dB to 0 dB in steps of 0.1 dB. - 2.0
PSCHPower int(-350:150) W Defines the transmission power offset measured in dB of the Primary SCH relative to the Primary CPICH power. Actual values of the transmission power offset are -35.0 dB to 15.0 dB in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of PSCHPower divided by 10 yields the actual value of the transmission power offset. [Section 6.3.11/3GPP-TS.32.642] [Section 9.1.24 and Section 9.2.1.21/3GPP-TS.25.433] - 2.0
SSCHPower int(-350:150) W Defines the transmission power offset measured in dB of the Secondary SCH relative to the Primary CPICH power. Actual values of the transmission power offset are -35.0 dB to 15.0 dB in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of SSCHPower divided by 10 yields the actual value of the transmission power offset. [Section 6.3.11/3GPP-TS.32.642] [Section 9.1.24 and Section 9.2.1.21/3GPP-TS.25.433] - 2.0
PICHPower int(-10:5) W Defines the maximum transmission power offset measured in dB of the PICH channel relative to the Primary CPICH transmission power. [Section 6.3.9/3GPP-TS.32.642] [Section 9.2.1.49A/3GPP-TS.25.433] [Section 10.3.6.50/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
PCHPower int(-350:150) W Defines the transmission power offset measured in dB of the PCH relative to the Primary CPICH power. Actual values of the transmission power offset are -35.0 dB to 15.0 dB in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of PCHPower divided by 10 yields the actual value of the transmission power offset. [Section 6.3.9/3GPP-TS.32.642] [Section 9.1.3.1 and Section 9.2.1.21/3GPP-TS.25.433] - 2.0
FACHPower int(-350:150) W Defines the transmission power offset measured in dB of the FACH relative to the Primary CPICH power. Actual values of the transmission power offset are -35.0 dB to 15.0 dB in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of FACHPower divided by 10 yields the actual value of the transmission power offset. [Section 6.3.9/3GPP-TS.32.642] [Section 9.1.6.1 and Section 9.2.1.21/3GPP-TS.25.433] - 2.0
BCHPower int(-350:150) W Defines the transmission power offset measured in dB of the BCH relative to the Primary CPICH power. Actual values of the transmission power offset are -35.0 dB to 15.0 dB in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of BCHPower divided by 10 yields the actual value of the transmission power offset. [Section 9.3.11/3GPP-TS.32.642] [Section 9.1.24 and Section 9.2.1.21/3GPP-TS.25.433] - 2.0
AICHPower int(-22:5) W Defines the transmission power offset measured in dB of one AICH relative to the Primary CPICH power. Parameter defined in SIB5 [Section 10.3.6.3/3GPP-TS.25.331]. Transmission power level of AICH, AP-AICH and CD/CA-ICH channels compared to CPICH. [Section 6.3.11/3GPP-TS.32.642] [Section 9.2.2.D/3GPP-TS.25.433] - 2.0
CTCHAllocationPeriod unsignedInt(1:255) W The value defines ‘N’ multiples of M(TTI) for CBS DRX calculations at the UE side. - 2.0
CBSFrameOffset unsignedInt(0:255) W Value of CBS frame offset (CTCH) on DL FACH. Parameter in SIB5 - 2.0
MaxTTI unsignedInt(1:255) W Defines the number of radio frames in the TTI of the FACH used for CTCH (MTTI). - 2.0
NoiseRiseLimitLowerValue unsignedInt(0:500) W Defines the lower value of the Noise Rise Limit range that UMTS FAP is allowed to pick from. The value is measured in dB and has a range of 0.0 to 50.0 incremented by 0.1 dB. the value MUST not exceed the value of CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.NoiseRiseLimitUpperValue The Noise Rise Limit range identifies the limits between which the FAP can self-configure its uplink noise rise limit. Self-configuration for noise rise limit is controlled by Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig.NoiseRiseLimitConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.NoiseRiseLimitConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. - 2.0
NoiseRiseLimitUpperValue unsignedInt(0:500) W Defines the upper value of the Noise Rise Limit range that UMTS FAP is allowed to pick from. The value is measured in dB and has a range of 0.0 to 50.0 incremented by 0.1 dB. the value MUST not be below the value of CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RF.NoiseRiseLimitLowerValue NoiseRiseLimit identifies the limits between which the FAP can self-configure its uplink noise rise limit. Self-configuration for noise rise limit is controlled by Capabilities.UMTS.SelfConfig.NoiseRiseLimitConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.NoiseRiseLimitConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. - 2.0
NoiseRiseLimitInUse unsignedInt(0:500) R Actual value of the Noise Rise Limit that the FAP uses. The value is measured in dB and has a range of 0.0 to 50.0 incremented by 0.1 dB. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList. object R This object contains parameters relating to the neighbor list. - 2.0
MaxIntraFreqCellEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.IntraFreqCell.{i}. table. - 2.0
MaxInterFreqCellEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.InterFreqCell.{i}. table. - 2.0
IntraFreqCellNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the IntraFreqCell table. - 2.0
InterFreqCellNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the InterFreqCell table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.IntraFreqCell.{i}. object(0:) W

Table containing the intra-frequency cell list provided by the ACS. The table contents MAY be added/deleted/modified during operation, in which case these changes shall be reflected in the broadcast information as soon as possible.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for PCPICHScramblingCode.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for PCPICHScramblingCode.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
MustInclude boolean W Indicates whether this instance of the neighbor shall be included or excluded in the FAP’s NL configuration. false 2.0
PLMNID string(:6) W PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of PLMNID is 5. 2.0
RNCID unsignedInt(0:65535) W RNC-ID of an intra-freq neighbor cell. It uniquely identifies an RNC within a PLMN. Normally, RNC-ID consists of 12 bits (i.e. a range of [0:4095]). However, if the value is larger than 4095, then Extended RNC-ID (range of [4096:65535]) is used in RANAP. The RNC-ID and Extended RNC-ID are combined into a single parameter here as there is no explicit need to have them separated. [Section 9.2.1.39/3GPP-TS.25.413] 0 2.0
CID unsignedInt(0:65535) W Cell Identifier (C-id) that identifies a cell within an RNS. This Cell Identifier together with the controlling RNC (RNC-ID) constitutes the UTRAN Cell ID (UC-ID) and is used to identify a cell uniquely within UTRAN. C-ID is either 12-bit or 16-bit value. [Section 6.1.5/3GPP-TS.25.401]. - 2.0
LAC unsignedInt(1:65533,65535) W Location Area Code (LAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC) and LAC uniquely identifies the Location Area ID (LAI). [Section 4.1/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.6/3GPP-TS.25.413]. 65535 2.0
RAC unsignedInt(0:255) W Routing Area Code (RAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC), LAC, and RAC uniquely identifies the Routing Area ID (RAI). [Section 4.2/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.7/3GPP-TS.25.413] 0 2.0
URA unsignedInt(0:65535) W UTRAN Registration Area (URA) [3GPP-TS.23.401]. Indicates to the UE which URA it shall use in case of overlapping URAs. [Section 10.3.2.6/3GPP-TS.25.331] 0 2.0
PCPICHScramblingCode unsignedInt(0:511) W Primary CPICH scrambling code. 0 2.0
PCPICHTxPower int(-100:500) W Primary CPICH Tx power in dBm. Actual values of the power are -10.0 dBm to 50.0 dBm in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of PCPICHTxPower divided by 10 yields the actual value of the power. [Section 6.3.11/3GPP-TS.32.642] [Section 2.2.33/3GPP-TS.25.433] 0 2.0
CollocatedInterFreqCell unsignedInt(0:268435455) W Provides identity of collocated inter-frequency Cell. Needed for pathloss estimation, in case the femto environment masks intra-frequency neighbor. Cell Identity. [Section 10.3.2.2/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
MaxTxPower int(-300:600) W Cell Max Tx Power. Parameter needed in HNB power calibration, for protection of neighbour cells. Actual values of the power are -30.0 dBm to 60.0 dBm in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of MaxTxPower divided by 10 yields the actual value of the power. C.f [Section 6.3.11/3GPP-TS.32.642] [Section 6.2.1/3GPP-TS.25.104] 0 2.0
MaxDPCHtxPower int(-400:500) W Maximum DL DPCH Tx Power per UE configured in the cell (for CS UEs). Parameter may be used by FAP to protect the DL budget allocated to neighbouring UEs served by neighbour cells. C.f (max 10 dB below max Tx power) [Section 6.3.11/3GPP-TS.32.642] [Section 6.2.1/3GPP-TS.25.104] Actual values of the power are -40.0 dBm to 50.0 dBm in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of MaxDPCHtxPower divided by 10 yields the actual value of the power. 0 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.InterFreqCell.{i}. object(0:) W

Table containing the inter-frequency cell list provided by the ACS. The table contents MAY be added/deleted/modified during operation, in which case these changes shall be reflected in the broadcast information as soon as possible.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for both PCPICHScramblingCode and UARFCNDL.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for both PCPICHScramblingCode and UARFCNDL.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
MustInclude boolean W Indicates whether this instance of the neighbor shall be included or excluded in the FAP’s NL configuration. false 2.0
PLMNID string(:6) W PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of PLMNID is 5. 2.0
RNCID unsignedInt(0:65535) W RNC-ID of an intra-freq neighbor cell. It uniquely identifies an RNC within a PLMN. Normally, RNC-ID consists of 12 bits (i.e. a range of [0:4095]). However, if the value is larger than 4095, then Extended RNC-ID (range of [4096:65535]) is used in RANAP. The RNC-ID and Extended RNC-ID are combined into a single parameter here as there is no explicit need to have them separated. [Section 9.2.1.39/3GPP-TS.25.413] 0 2.0
CID unsignedInt(0:65535) W Cell Identifier (C-id) that identifies a cell within an RNS. This Cell Identifier together with the controlling RNC (RNC-ID) constitutes the UTRAN Cell ID (UC-ID) and is used to identify a cell uniquely within UTRAN. C-ID is either 12-bit or 16-bit value. [Section 6.1.5/3GPP-TS.25.401]. - 2.0
LAC unsignedInt(1:65533,65535) W Location Area Code (LAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC) and LAC uniquely identifies the Location Area ID (LAI). [Section 4.1/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.6/3GPP-TS.25.413]. 65535 2.0
RAC unsignedInt(0:255) W Routing Area Code (RAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC), LAC, and RAC uniquely identifies the Routing Area ID (RAI). [Section 4.2/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.7/3GPP-TS.25.413] 0 2.0
URA unsignedInt(0:65535) W UTRAN Registration Area (URA) [3GPP-TS.23.401]. Indicates to the UE which URA it shall use in case of overlapping URAs. [Section 10.3.2.6/3GPP-TS.25.331] 0 2.0
UARFCNUL unsignedInt(0:16383) W The UL UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number (UARFCN) in an FDD mode cell. [3GPP-TS.25.433] - 2.0
UARFCNDL unsignedInt(0:16383) W The DL UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number (UARFCN) in an FDD mode cell. [3GPP-TS.25.433] - 2.0
PCPICHScramblingCode unsignedInt(0:511) W Primary CPICH scrambling code. 0 2.0
PCPICHTxPower int(-100:500) W Primary CPICH Tx power in dBm. Actual values of the power are -10.0 dBm to 50.0 dBm in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of PCPICHTxPower divided by 10 yields the actual value of the power. [Section 6.3.11/3GPP-TS.32.642] [Section 2.2.33/3GPP-TS.25.433] 0 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.InterRATCell. object R The inter-RAT cell lists separated by technology. [Section 10.3.7.23/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
MaxGSMEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.InterRATCell.GSM.{i}. table. - 2.0
GSMNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the GSM table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.InterRATCell.GSM.{i}. object(0:) W

Table containing the inter-RAT cell list for GSM provided by the ACS. The table contents MAY be added/deleted/modified during operation, in which case these changes shall be reflected in the broadcast information as soon as possible.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for BCCHARFCN.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for BCCHARFCN.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
MustInclude boolean W Indicates whether this instance of the neighbor shall be included or excluded in the FAP’s NL configuration. false 2.0
PLMNID string(:6) W PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of PLMNID is 5. 2.0
LAC unsignedInt(0:65535) W Location Area Code (LAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC) and LAC uniquely identifies the Location Area ID (LAI). [Section 4.1/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.6/3GPP-TS.25.413]. 65535 2.0
BSIC unsignedInt(0:255) W BSIC of the cell per [3GPP-TS.23.003], consisting of:
  • Bit 7:6 - not used (“00”)
  • Bit 5:3 - NCC (PLMN Color Code)
  • Bit 2:0 - BCC (BS color code) For example, if NCC is 7 and BCC is 2 you would have 00111010 (binary) or 0x3A (hex), and the value of this parameter would be 58.
- 2.0
CI unsignedInt(0:65535) W Cell ID of the cell per [Section 4.3.1/3GPP-TS.23.003]. - 2.0
BandIndicator string W

Indicates how to interpret the BCCH ARFCN. Enumeration of:

  • GSM 850
  • GSM 900
  • DCS 1800
  • PCS 1900
- 2.0
BCCHARFCN unsignedInt(0:1023) W ARFCN of this cell. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborListInUse. object R This object contains parameters relating to the neighbor list used by the FAP based on its self-configuration capability and CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList. configuration of adding and excluding cells. - 2.0
MaxIntraFreqCellEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.IntraFreqCell.{i}. table. - 2.0
MaxInterFreqCellEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.InterFreqCell.{i}. table. - 2.0
IntraFreqCellNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the IntraFreqCell table. - 2.0
InterFreqCellNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the InterFreqCell table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborListInUse.IntraFreqCell.{i}. object(0:) R

Table containing the intra-frequency cell list.

At most one entry in this table can exist with a given value for PCPICHScramblingCode.

- 2.0
PLMNID string(:6) R PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of PLMNID is 5. - 2.0
RNCID unsignedInt(0:65535) R RNC-ID of an intra-freq neighbor cell. It uniquely identifies an RNC within a PLMN. Normally, RNC-ID consists of 12 bits (i.e. a range of [0:4095]). However, if the value is larger than 4095, then Extended RNC-ID (range of [4096:65535]) is used in RANAP. The RNC-ID and Extended RNC-ID are combined into a single parameter here as there is no explicit need to have them separated. [Section 9.2.1.39/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
CID unsignedInt(0:65535) R C-ID of the intra-freq neighbour cell [Section 6.1.5/3GPP-TS.25.401]. If RNCID is larger than 4095, then CID will be 12 bits (i.e. a range of [0:4095]), else CID is 16 bits long (i.e. range of [4096:65535]). This is needed to facilitate Femto to Macro handover. Used in [Section 9.2.1.28/3GPP-TS.25.413] as part of Target Cell ID. - 2.0
LAC unsignedInt(1:65533,65535) R Location Area Code (LAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC) and LAC uniquely identifies the Location Area ID (LAI). [Section 4.1/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.6/3GPP-TS.25.413]. - 2.0
RAC unsignedInt(0:255) R Routing Area Code (RAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC), LAC, and RAC uniquely identifies the Routing Area ID (RAI). [Section 4.2/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.7/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
URA unsignedInt(0:65535) R UTRAN Registration Area (URA) [3GPP-TS.23.401]. Indicates to the UE which URA it shall use in case of overlapping URAs. [Section 10.3.2.6/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
PCPICHScramblingCode unsignedInt(0:511) R Primary CPICH scrambling code. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborListInUse.InterFreqCell.{i}. object(0:) R

Table containing the inter-frequency cell list.

At most one entry in this table can exist with the same values for both PCPICHScramblingCode and UARFCNDL.

- 2.0
PLMNID string(:6) R PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of PLMNID is 5. - 2.0
RNCID unsignedInt(0:65535) R RNC-ID of an intra-freq neighbor cell. It uniquely identifies an RNC within a PLMN. Normally, RNC-ID consists of 12 bits (i.e. a range of [0:4095]). However, if the value is larger than 4095, then Extended RNC-ID (range of [4096:65535]) is used in RANAP. The RNC-ID and Extended RNC-ID are combined into a single parameter here as there is no explicit need to have them separated. [Section 9.2.1.39/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
CID unsignedInt(0:65535) R C-ID of the intra-freq neighbour cell [Section 6.1.5/3GPP-TS.25.401]. If RNCID is larger than 4095, then CID will be 12 bits (i.e. a range of [0:4095]), else CID is 16 bits long (i.e. range of [4096:65535]). This is needed to facilitate Femto to Macro handover. Used in [Section 9.2.1.28/3GPP-TS.25.413] as part of Target Cell ID. - 2.0
LAC unsignedInt(1:65533,65535) R Location Area Code (LAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC) and LAC uniquely identifies the Location Area ID (LAI). [Section 4.1/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.6/3GPP-TS.25.413]. - 2.0
RAC unsignedInt(0:255) R Routing Area Code (RAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC), LAC, and RAC uniquely identifies the Routing Area ID (RAI). [Section 4.2/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.7/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
URA unsignedInt(0:65535) R UTRAN Registration Area (URA) [3GPP-TS.23.401]. Indicates to the UE which URA it shall use in case of overlapping URAs. [Section 10.3.2.6/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
UARFCNUL unsignedInt(0:16383) R The UL UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number (UARFCN) in an FDD mode cell. [3GPP-TS.25.433] - 2.0
UARFCNDL unsignedInt(0:16383) R The DL UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number (UARFCN) in an FDD mode cell. [3GPP-TS.25.433] - 2.0
PCPICHScramblingCode unsignedInt(0:511) R Primary CPICH scrambling code. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborListInUse.InterRATCell. object R The inter-RAT cell lists separated by technology. [Section 10.3.7.23/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
MaxGSMEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborList.InterRATCell.GSM.{i}. table. - 2.0
GSMNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the GSM table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.NeighborListInUse.InterRATCell.GSM.{i}. object(0:) R

Table containing the inter-RAT cell list for GSM.

At most one entry in this table can exist with a given value for BCCHARFCN.

- 2.0
PLMNID string(:6) R PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of PLMNID is 5. - 2.0
LAC unsignedInt(0:65535) R Location Area Code (LAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC) and LAC uniquely identifies the Location Area ID (LAI). [Section 4.1/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.6/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
BSIC unsignedInt(0:255) R BSIC of the cell per [3GPP-TS.23.003], consisting of:
  • Bit 7:6 - not used (“00”)
  • Bit 5:3 - NCC (PLMN Color Code)
  • Bit 2:0 - BCC (BS color code) For example, if NCC is 7 and BCC is 2 you would have 00111010 (binary) or 0x3A (hex), and the value of this parameter would be 58.
- 2.0
CI unsignedInt(0:65535) R Cell ID of the cell per [Section 4.3.1/3GPP-TS.23.003]. - 2.0
BandIndicator string R

Indicates how to interpret the BCCH ARFCN. Enumeration of:

  • GSM 850
  • GSM 900
  • DCS 1800
  • PCS 1900
- 2.0
BCCHARFCN unsignedInt(0:1023) R ARFCN of this cell. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RRC. object R This object provides monitoring of the RRC in the HNB. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAN.RRC.Stats. object R This object provides the RRC statistics as defined in [3GPP-TS.32.452]. - 2.1
AttConnEstab string[] R This measurement provides the number of RRC connection establishment attempts by cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the cause name= “sum”. - 2.1
FailConnEstab string[] R This measurement provides the number of RRC establishment failures by cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the cause name= “sum”. - 2.1
SuccConnEstab string[] R This measurement provides the number of successful RRC establishments by cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the cause name= “sum”. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.UMTS.RAB. object R This object contains parameters relating to Radio Access layers [3GPP-TS.32.405] - 2.0
RABSuccEstabCS unsignedInt R The number of successfully established RABs (with or without queueing) for CS domain. - 2.0
RABFailEstabCS unsignedInt R The number of RAB establishment failures for CS domain. - 2.0
RABSuccEstabPS unsignedInt R The number of successfully established RABs for PS domain. - 2.0
RABFailEstabPS unsignedInt R The number of RABs failed to establish for PS domain. - 2.0
RABCSSetupTimeMean unsignedInt R The mean time in milliseconds for a FAP to establish a RAB CS connection. This measurement is obtained by accumulating the time intervals for each successful RAB establishment between the receipt by the FAP of a RANAP “RAB ASSIGNMENT REQUEST” message to establish a RAB for CS domain, and the first corresponding (based on RAB ID) transmission by the FAP of a RANAP “RAB ASSIGNMENT RESPONSE” message for successfully established RABs over a granularity period (Sample Interval [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.32.582]). This end value of the time will then be divided by the number of successfully established RABs observed in the granularity period to give the arithmetic mean. The accumulator SHALL be reinitialized at the beginning of each granularity period. - 2.0
RABCSSetupTimeMax unsignedInt R The maximum time in milliseconds for a FAP to establish a RAB CS connection. This measurement is obtained by monitoring the time intervals for each successful RAB establishment between the receipt by the FAP of a RANAP “RAB ASSIGNMENT REQUEST” message to establish a RAB for CS domain, and the first corresponding (based on RAB ID) transmission by the FAP of a RANAP “RAB ASSIGNMENT RESPONSE” message for successfully established RABs. The high tide mark of this time will be stored in a gauge; the gauge SHALL be reinitialized at the beginning of each granularity period (Sample Interval [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.32.582]). - 2.0
RABPSSetupTimeMean unsignedInt R The mean time in milliseconds for a FAP to establish a RAB PS connection. This measurement is obtained by accumulating the time intervals for each successful RAB establishment between the receipt by the FAP of a RANAP “RAB ASSIGNMENT REQUEST” message to establish a RAB for PS domain, and the first corresponding (based on RAB ID) transmission by the FAP of a RANAP “RAB ASSIGNMENT RESPONSE” message for successfully established RABs over a granularity period (Sample Interval [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.32.582]). This end value of the time will then be divided by the number of successfully established RABs observed in the granularity period to give the arithmetic mean. The accumulator SHALL be reinitialized at the beginning of each granularity period. - 2.0
RABPSSetupTimeMax unsignedInt R The maximum time in milliseconds for a FAP to establish a RAB PS connection. This measurement is obtained by monitoring the time intervals for each successful RAB establishment between the receipt by the FAP of a RANAP “RAB ASSIGNMENT REQUEST” message to establish a RAB for PS domain, and the first corresponding (based on RAB ID) transmission by the FAP of a RANAP “RAB ASSIGNMENT RESPONSE” message for successfully established RABs. The high tide mark of this time will be stored in a gauge; the gauge SHALL be reinitialized at the beginning of each granularity period (Sample Interval [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.32.582]). - 2.0
FailHO unsignedInt R The number of failed Handovers. - 2.0
SuccHO unsignedInt R The number of successful Handovers. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE. object R This object contains parameters relating to configuring the LTE FAP. - 2.0
TunnelNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the Tunnel table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.Tunnel.{i}. object(0:) W

This object contains a table of all tunnel instances configured for the LTE FAP.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for TunnelRef.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for TunnelRef.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
TunnelRef string(:256) W

This is the reference to an IPsec tunnel instance used by the LTE FAP. For all root data models, which use the tunnel definition provided in [TR-262] (InternetGatewayDevice:1 [TR-098] and Device:1 [TR-181i1]) the TunnelRef MUST point to a row in the ‘FAP.Tunnel.IKESA.{i}.’ table, defined in [TR-262]. If the root data model used is Device:2 [TR-181i2] then the TunnelRef MUST point to IPsec tunnel instance defined in [TR-181i2].

If the referenced object is deleted, the parameter value MUST be set to an empty string. In case of a multiple-radio-technology FAP product, each radio technology can have its own tunnels or share common tunnels. In the former case, TunnelRef can contain a unique instance number. In the latter case, TunnelRef under all radio technologies can have the same instance number.

- 2.0
PLMNID string(:256)[] W Comma-separated list of strings (maximum number of characters per item 256). Optional list of PLMM IDs associated with the tunnel, which can be used for selecting the tunnel. Each PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of PLMNID is 5. 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.EPC. object R This object contains parameters relating to configuring LTE EPC. - 2.0
AllowedCipheringAlgorithmList string[1] W

Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) of strings. Each item is a ciphering algorithm allowed to be used for RRC and UP confidentiality protection as defined in [3GPP-TS.33.401]. If the list contains more than 1 item, it is in the order of the preferred algorithm to be used. Each list item is an enumeration of:

  • EEA0
  • 128-EEA1
  • 128-EEA2
- 2.0
AllowedIntegrityProtectionAlgorithmList string[1] W

Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) of strings. Each item is a integrity protection algorithm allowed to be used for RRC as defined in [3GPP-TS.33.401]. If the list contains more than 1 item, it is in the order of the preferred algorithm to be used. Each list item is an enumeration of:

  • 128-EIA1
  • 128-EIA2
- 2.0
TAC unsignedInt(0:65535) W TAC (Tracking Area Code) for LTE FAP as specified in SystemInformationBlockType1 message in [Section 6.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
EAID unsignedInt(0:16777216) W Emergency Area ID that uniquely identifies the area of emergency for Earthquake and Tsunami Warning Services (ETWS). Corresponds to Emergency Area ID in [Section 9.2.1.47/3GPP-TS.36.413]. - 2.0
MaxPLMNListEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries available in the CellConfig.LTE.EPC.PLMNList.{i}. table. - 2.0
PLMNListNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the PLMNList table. - 2.0
MaxQoSEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.LTE.EPC.QoS.{i}. table. - 2.0
QoSNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the QoS table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.EPC.PLMNList.{i}. object(1:6) W

This object contains parameters relating to list of PLMN identity specific to LTE EPC definition, called PLMN-IdentityList, as specified in SystemInformationBlockType1 message in [Section 6.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Each instance in this object is a PLMN-IdentityInfo which consists of plmn-Identity and cellReservedForOperatorUse IEs. At minimum 1 item MUST be present in this list, and maximum of 6 items.

This table MUST contain at least 1 and at most 6 entries.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for PLMNID.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

This table MUST contain at least 1 and at most 6 entries.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for PLMNID.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
IsPrimary boolean W Indicates whether this PLMNID is a primary PLMN or not. If there is more than one instance in CellConfig.LTE.EPC.PLMNList.{i}. table, then ACS MUST set this IsPrimary set to true in only one instance. false 2.0
PLMNID string(:6) W PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of PLMNID is 5. 2.0
CellReservedForOperatorUse boolean W Indicates whether the cell is reserved for operator use or not. If true, it is reserved. If false, it is not reserved. Corresponds to “reserved” “notReserved” respectively as defined in PLMN-IdentityInfo in [Section 6.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. false 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.EPC.QoS.{i}. object(0:) W

This object contains parameters relating to configuring QoS in LTE EPC.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for QCI.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for QCI.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
QCI unsignedInt(1:20) W QoS class identity as defined in [Section 6.1.7.2/3GPP-TS.23.203]. 1 2.0
Type string W

Defines the type of the QoS class as defined in [Section 6.1.7.2/3GPP-TS.23.203]. Enumeration of:

  • GBR
  • Non-GBR
Non-GBR 2.0
Priority unsignedInt(1:20) W Priority of the QoS class as defined in [Section 6.1.7.2/3GPP-TS.23.203]. 1 2.0
PacketDelayBudget unsignedInt(50,100,150,200,300,400,500,600,700,800,900,1000,1500,2000) W Defines the Packet delay budget, specified in milliseconds, as defined in [Section 6.1.7.2/3GPP-TS.23.203]. 50 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.EPC.HO. object R This object provides monitoring of the Handover (HO) properties in the HeNB. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.EPC.HO.Stats. object R This object provides the HO statistics as defined in [3GPP-TS.32.453]. - 2.1
ToeNBAtt string[] R This measurement provides the number of attempted outbound handover to HeNB by handover cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
ToeNBSucc string[] R This measurement provides the number of successful outbound handover to HeNB by handover cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
ToeNBFail string[] R This measurement provides the number of failed outbound handover to HeNB by handover cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
FromeNBAtt string[] R This measurement provides the number of attempted inbound handover from HeNB by handover cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
FromeNBSucc string[] R This measurement provides the number of successful inbound handover from HeNB by handover cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
FromeNBFail string[] R This measurement provides the number of failed inbound handover from HeNB by handover cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
ToUtranAtt string[] R This measurement provides the number of attempted outbound handover to Utran by handover cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
ToUtranSucc string[] R This measurement provides the number of successful outbound handover to Utran by handover cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
ToUtranFail string[] R This measurement provides the number of failed outbound handover to Utran by handover cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
ToGeranAtt string[] R This measurement provides the number of attempted outbound handover to Geran by handover cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
ToGeranSucc string[] R This measurement provides the number of successful outbound handover to Geran by handover cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
ToGeranFail string[] R This measurement provides the number of failed outbound handover to Geran by handover cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN. object R This object contains parameters relating to the LTE RAN level configuration. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Common. object R This object contains parameters relating to the common configuration in LTE RAN. - 2.0
CellIdentity unsignedInt(0:268435455) W Cell Identity as specified in [Section 6.3.4/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.S1AP. object R This object contains parameters relating to the S1AP configuration. - 2.0
TRelocPrep string[1](:512) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 512) of strings. Each item is a maximum time for the Handover Preparation procedure in the source LTE FAP, specified in seconds, with a numeric range between 0 and 300 inclusive. Only values in multiple of 5 are valid; use of other values within the defined range MUST be rejected by the CPE. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The value of TRelocPrep divided by 10 yields the actual value. The timer is started when the LTE FAP sends the HANDOVER REQUIRED message. Upon reception of the HANDOVER COMMAND message the LTE FAP shall stop the timer. Corresponds to parameter TS1RELOCprep defined in [Section 8.4.1.2/3GPP-TS.36.413]. The multiplicity of the TRelocPrep values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If the LTE FAP supports self-configuration capability for TRelocPrep and more than one item is configured, then the LTE FAP is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If the LTE FAP does not support self-configuration capability for TRelocPrep and more than one item is configured, then the LTE FAP accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of LTE FAP, LTE FAP accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
TRelocOverall string[1](:512) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 512) of strings. Each item is a maximum time for the protection of the overall handover procedure in the source LTE FAP, specified in seconds, with a numeric range between 0 and 300 inclusive. Only values in multiple of 5 are valid; use of other values within the defined range MUST be rejected by the CPE. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The value of TRelocOverall divided by 10 yields the actual value. The timer is started reception of the HANDOVER COMMAND message. Corresponds to parameter TS1RELOCOverall defined in [Section 8.4.1.2/3GPP-TS.36.413]. The multiplicity of the TRelocOverall values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If LTE FAP supports self-configuration capability for TRelocOverall and more than one item is configured, then LTE FAP is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If LTE FAP does not support self-configuration capability for TRelocOverall and more than one item is configured, then LTE FAP accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of LTE FAP, LTE FAP accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.S1U. object R This object contains parameters relating to the S1-U configuration. - 2.0
GTPUEchoInterval unsignedInt(0,60:) W Defines the interval in seconds between each GTP-U Echo Request that LTE FAP sends to the GTP-U peer, as specified in [Section 7.2.1/3GPP-TS.29.281]. If the value of GTPUEchoInterval is equal to 0, then this functionality is supressed and thus LTE FAP does not send GTP-U Echo Request. If there is no GTP-U path in use, then no Echo Request is sent regardless of the value of GTPUEchoInterval. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.RF. object R This object contains parameters relating to the RF, see [Section 6.1.7.1/3GPP-TS.32.592]. - 2.0
EARFCNDL unsignedInt(0:65535)[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of unsigned integers (0 to 65535). Each item is an E-UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number in the downlink direction. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter NDL specified in [Table 5.7.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.104]. If LTE FAP supports self-configuration capability for EARFCNDL and more than one item is configured, then LTE FAP is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If LTE FAP does not support self-configuration capability for EARFCNDL and more than one item is configured, then LTE FAP accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of LTE FAP, LTE FAP accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
EARFCNUL unsignedInt(0:65535)[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of unsigned integers (0 to 65535). Each item is an E-UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number in the uplink direction. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter NUL specified in [Table 5.7.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.104]. If LTE FAP supports self-configuration capability for EARFCNUL and more than one item is configured, then LTE FAP is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If LTE FAP does not support self-configuration capability for EARFCNUL and more than one item is configured, then LTE FAP accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of LTE FAP, LTE FAP accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
FreqBandIndicator unsignedInt(1:40) W Frequency band indicator. Corresponds to parameter freqBandIndicator in SIB1 in [Section 6.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
DLBandwidth unsignedInt(6,15,25,50,75,100)[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of unsigned integers (6, 15, 25, 50, 75, or 100). Each item is a downlink transmission bandwidth, specified in number of Resource Blocks. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter dl_Bandwidth in MIB (Master Information Block) in [Section 6.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. and to parameter NRB in [Table 5.6-1/3GPP-TS.36.101]. If LTE FAP supports self-configuration capability for DLBandwidth and more than one item is configured, then LTE FAP is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If LTE FAP does not support self-configuration capability for DLBandwidth and more than one item is configured, then LTE FAP accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of LTE FAP, LTE FAP accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
ULBandwidth unsignedInt(6,15,25,50,75,100)[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of unsigned integers (6, 15, 25, 50, 75, or 100). Each item is an uplink transmission bandwidth, specified in number of Resource Blocks. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter ul_Bandwidth in SIB2 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. and to parameter NRB in [Table 5.6-1/3GPP-TS.36.101]. If LTE FAP supports self-configuration capability for ULBandwidth and more than one item is configured, then LTE FAP is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If LTE FAP does not support self-configuration capability for ULBandwidth and more than one item is configured, then LTE FAP accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of LTE FAP, LTE FAP accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
ReferenceSignalPower string[1](:512) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 512) of strings. Each item is a downlink reference-signal transmit power, specified in dBm, with a numeric range between -60 and 50 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Defined as the linear average over the power contributions (in W) of all resource elements that carry cell-specific reference signals within the operating system bandwidth. Corresponds to parameter referenceSignalPower in PDSCH-Config IE in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. The multiplicity of the ReferenceSignalPower values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If LTE FAP supports self-configuration capability for ReferenceSignalPower and more than one item is configured, then LTE FAP is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If LTE FAP does not support self-configuration capability for ReferenceSignalPower and more than one item is configured, then LTE FAP accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of LTE FAP, LTE FAP accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
PhyCellID string[1](:512) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 512) of strings. Each item is a physical cell ID with a numeric range between 0 and 503 inclusive. Represents the list of physical cell identities LTE FAP to choose from. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. As specified in [Section 6.11/3GPP-TS.36.211]. The multiplicity of the PhyCellID values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If LTE FAP supports self-configuration capability for PhyCellID and more than one item is configured, then LTE FAP is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If LTE FAP does not support self-configuration capability for PhyCellID and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
PSCHPowerOffset string[1](:512) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 512) of strings. Each item is a power offset, specified in dB, of the Primary Synchronization Channel with respect to the ReferenceSignalPower, with a numeric range between -350 and 150 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The value of PSCHPowerOffset divided by 10 yields the actual value. The multiplicity of the PSCHPowerOffset values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for PSCHPowerOffset and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for PSCHPowerOffset and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
SSCHPowerOffset string[1](:512) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 512) of strings. Each item is a power offset, specified in dB, of the Secondary Synchronization Channel with respect to the ReferenceSignalPower, with a numeric range between -350 and 150 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The value of SSCHPowerOffset divided by 10 yields the actual value. The multiplicity of the SSCHPowerOffset values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for SSCHPowerOffset and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for SSCHPowerOffset and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
PBCHPowerOffset string[1](:512) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 512) of strings. Each item is a power offset, specified in dB, of the Physical Broadcast Channel with respect to the ReferenceSignalPower, with a numeric range between -350 and 150 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The value of PBCHPowerOffset divided by 10 yields the actual value. The multiplicity of the PBCHPowerOffset values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for PBCHPowerOffset and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for PBCHPowerOffset and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.PHY. object R This object contains parameters relating to the physical layer level configuration. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.PHY.AntennaInfo. object R This object contains parameters relating to the antenna configuration (see [Section 6.1.1.1/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
AntennaPortsCount unsignedInt(1,2,4) R Defines the number of cell specific antenna ports according to [Section 6.2.1/3GPP-TS.36.211]. A UE in IDLE mode acquires the information about the number of transmit antenna ports according to [Section 5.3.1.1/3GPP-TS.36.212]. Corresponds to antennaPortsCount IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.PHY.PDSCH. object R This object contains parameters relating to the PDSCH (Physical Downlink Shared Channel) configuration (see [Section 6.1.1.2/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
Pb string[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of strings. Each item is a Eb/Ea value with a numeric range between 0 and 3 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The value of this parameter is the same for all UEs in the cell. Eb repsents EPRE of PDSCH REs type B, i.e. REs in OFDM symbols that include reference symbols, as specified in [Section 5.2/3GPP-TS.36.213]. The multiplicity of the Pb values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for Pb and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for Pb and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
Pa int(-600,-477,-300,-177,0,100,200,300)[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of integers (-600, -477, -300, -177, 0, 100, 200, or 300). Each item is a Ea/Ers value. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Ea represents EPRE of PDSCH REs type A, i.e. REs in OFDM symbols that do not include reference symbols. Ers represents EPRE of reference symbols REs. Specified in [Section 5.2/3GPP-TS.36.213]. Actual values of range are -6.00 to 3.00dB. The value of each item in Pa divided by 100 yields the actual value. If supports self-configuration capability for Pa and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for Pa and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.PHY.SRS. object R This object contains parameters relating to the UL SRS (Sounding Reference Signal) configuration (see [Section 6.1.1.3/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
SRSEnabled boolean W Indicates whether UL SRS (Sounding RS) is enabled or not. If true, UL Sounding RS is enabled. If false, UL Sounding RS is disabled. Corresponds to SoundingRS-UL-ConfigCommonIE defined in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
SRSBandwidthConfig string[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of strings. Each item is a index into tables of cell specific SRS Bandwidth Configuration, with a numeric range between 0 and 7 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. SRS Bandwidth Configuration tables are specified in [Table 5.5.3.2-1, 5.5.3.2-2, 5.5.3.2-3 and 5.5.3.2– 4/3GPP-TS.36.211]. Corresponds to srs-BandwidthConfig IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. The multiplicity of the SRSBandwidthConfig values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for SRSBandwidthConfig and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for SRSBandwidthConfig and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
SRSMaxUpPTS boolean W Defines whether reconfiguration of SRS applies to UpPTS or not. If true, SRS applies to UpPTS. If false, SRS does not apply to UpPTS. Corresponds to srs-MaxUpPts specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and srsMaxUpPts specified in [Section 5.5.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.211]. This parameter is applicable to TDD mode only. - 2.0
AckNackSRSSimultaneousTransmission boolean W Defines whether a UE can simultaneously transmit SRS and HARQ ACK/NACK or not. If true, simultaneous transmission is allowed. If false, simultaneous transmission is not allowed. Corresponds to ackNackSRS-SimultaneousTransmission specfied in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and Simultaneous-AN-and-SRS specified in [Section 8.2/3GPP-TS.36.213]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.PHY.PRACH. object R This object contains parameters relating to the PRACH (Physical Random Access Channel) configuration (see [Section 6.1.1.4/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
RootSequenceIndex string[1](:512) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 512) of strings. Each item is a Logical root sequence index with a numeric range between 0 and 837 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Logical root sequence index is used to determine 64 physical RACH preamble sequences available in the cell. Corresponds to RACH_ROOT_SEQUENCE parameter defined in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and [Section 5.7.2/3GPP-TS.36.211]. The multiplicity of the RootSequenceIndex values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for RootSequenceIndex and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for RootSequenceIndex and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
ConfigurationIndex string[1](:256) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item is an index to the table defining PRACH resources within the frame with a numeric range between 0 and 63 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to PRACH-Configuration-Index parameter defined in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and [Section 5.7.1/3GPP-TS.36.211]. The multiplicity of the ConfigurationIndex values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for ConfigurationIndex and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for ConfigurationIndex and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
HighSpeedFlag boolean W Indicates whether restricted set or unrestricted set of preambles is used. If true, indicates restricted set. If false, indicates unrestricted set. Corresponds to highSpeedFlag parameter defined in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and high-speed-flag parameter defined in [Section 5.7.2/3GPP-TS.36.211]. - 2.0
ZeroCorrelationZoneConfig string[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of strings. Each item is a value used for preamble sequence generation with a numeric range between 0 and 15 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Each item corresponds to zeroCorrelationZoneConfig parameter defined in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and to NCS parameter defined in [Section 5.7.2/3GPP-TS.36.211]. The multiplicity of the ZeroCorrelationZoneConfig values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for ZeroCorrelationZoneConfig and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for ZeroCorrelationZoneConfig and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
FreqOffset string[1](:256) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item represents the first available physical resource block number for PRACH. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to prach-FreqOffset parameter defined in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and nPRBoffsetRA parameter defined [Section 5.7.1/3GPP-TS.36.211]. The multiplicity of the FreqOffset values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for FreqOffset and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for FreqOffset and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.PHY.PUCCH. object R This object contains parameters relating to the PUCCH (Physical Uplink Control Channel) configuration. (see [Section 6.1.1.5/3GPP-TS.32.592]) - 2.0
DeltaPUCCHShift string W

Defines the cyclic shift used for PUCCH formats 1/1a/1b in a resource block used for a mix of formats 1/1a/1b and 2/2a/2b. It is an integer multiple of deltaPUCCHShift within the range of {0, 1, ., 7} . Corresponds to deltaPUCCH-Shift parameter defined in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and Delta-shiftPUCCH parameter defined [Section 5.4/3GPP-TS.36.211]. Enumeration of:

  • ds1
  • ds2
  • ds3
- 2.0
NRBCQI string[1](:256) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item is a value that defines the bandwidth in terms of resource blocks available for use by PUCCH formats 2/2a/2b transmission in each slot, with a numeric range between 0 and 98 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to nRB-CQI parameter defined in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and NRB(2) parameter defined [Section 5.4/3GPP-TS.36.211]. The multiplicity of the NRBCQI values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive.If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for NRBCQI and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for NRBCQI and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
NCSAN unsignedInt(0:7) R Defines the number of cyclic shift used for PUCCH formats 1/1a/1b in a resource block used for a mix of formats 1/1a/1b and 2/2a/2b. The value is an integer multiple of deltaPUCCHShift within the range of {0, 1, ., 7}. Corresponds to nCS-AN parameter defined in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and NRB(1) parameter defined [Section 5.4/3GPP-TS.36.211]. - 2.0
N1PUCCHAN string[1](:512) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 512) of strings. Each item is a value that determines resources used for transmission of PUCCH format 1/1a/1b and 2/2a/2b, with a numeric range between 0 and 2047 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to n1PUCCH-AN parameter defined in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and NPUCCH(1) parameter defined [Section 10.1/3GPP-TS.36.213]. The multiplicity of the N1PUCCHAN values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for N1PUCCHAN and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for N1PUCCHAN and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
CQIPUCCHResourceIndex string[1](:512) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 512) of strings. Each item is a value that indicates the position of PUCCH, with a numeric range between 0 and 1185 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. . Corresponds to the cqi-PUCCH-ResourceIndex IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. and to parameter nPUCCH(2) specified in [Section 7.2/3GPP-TS.36.213]. The multiplicity of the CQIPUCCHResourceIndex values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for CQIPUCCHResourceIndex and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for CQIPUCCHResourceIndex and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
K unsignedInt(1:4) R Sub-band size for sub-band reporting mode expressed in units of physical Resource Blocks, see [Section 7.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.213]. This parameter corresponds to the K IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.PHY.PUSCH. object R This object contains parameters relating to the PUSCH (Physical Uplink Shared Channel) configuration (see [Section 6.1.1.6/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
NSB unsignedInt(1:4) W Defines the number of sub-bands. This parameter corresponds to n-SB parameter specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and NSB parameter specified in [Section 5.3.4/3GPP-TS.36.211]. - 2.0
HoppingMode string W

Indicates if hopping is “inter-subframe” or “intra and inter-subframe”. Corresponds to hoppingMode parameter specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and Hopping-mode parameter specified in [Section 5.3.4/3GPP-TS.36.211]. Enumeration of:

  • InterSubFrame
  • IntraAndInterSubFrame
- 2.0
HoppingOffset string[1](:256) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item is a value to compute the set of physical resource blocks to be used for transmission on PUSCH if uplink frequency hopping mode is enabled, with a numeric range between 0 and 98 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. This parameter corresponds to pusch-HoppingOffset parameter specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and NRBHO parameter specified in [Section 5.3.4/3GPP-TS.36.211]. The multiplicity of the HoppingOffset values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for HoppingOffset and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for HoppingOffset and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
Enable64QAM boolean R Indicates whether 64QAM is allowed or not. If true, 64QAM is allowed. If false, 64QAM is not allowed. Corresponds to enable64QAM parameter specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.PHY.PUSCH.ULRS. object R This object contains parameters relating to the ULRS (Uplink Reference Signal) of PUSCH (Physical Uplink Shared Channel) configuration (see [Section 6.1.1.6.1/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
GroupHoppingEnabled boolean W Indicates whether group hopping is enabled or not. If true, group hopping is enabled. If false, group hopping is not enabled. Corresponds to groupHoppingEnabled parameter specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331].and in [Section 5.5.1.3/3GPP-TS.36.211]. - 2.0
GroupAssignmentPUSCH unsignedInt(0:29) R Corresponds to parameter groupAssignmentPUSCH specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
SequenceHoppingEnabled boolean W Indicates whether sequence hopping is enabled or not. If true, sequence hopping is enabled. If false, sequence hopping is not enabled. Corresponds to sequenceHoppingEnabled parameter specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331].and in [Section 5.5.1.4/3GPP-TS.36.211]. - 2.0
CyclicShift unsignedInt(0:7) R Corresponds to parameter cyclcShift specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.PHY.ULPowerControl. object R This object contains parameters relating to the uplink power control configuration (see [Section 6.1.1.7/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
P0NominalPUSCH string[1](:512) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 512) of strings. Each item is a value to compute the UL UE transmit power for transmission on PUSCH for semi-persistant grants, with a numeric range between -126 and 24 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to p0-NominalPUSCH parameter specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and PO_NOMINAL_PUSCH(0) parameter specified in [Section 5.1.1.1/3GPP-TS.36.211]. The multiplicity of the P0NominalPUSCH values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for P0NominalPUSCH and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for P0NominalPUSCH and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
Alpha string[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of strings. Each item is a value used to compute the UL UE transmit power for transmission on PUSCH, from the list of 0, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 100. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Actual values of range are from 0.00 to 1.00. The value of Alpha divided by 100 yields the actual value. Corresponds to alpha parameter specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and to α parameter specified in [Section 5.1.1.1/3GPP-TS.36.211]. The multiplicity of the Alpha values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for Alpha and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for Alpha and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
P0NominalPUCCH string[1](:512) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 512) of strings. Each item is a value to compute the UL UE transmit power for transmission on PUCCH, with a numeric range between -126 and 24 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to p0-NominalPUCCH parameter specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and PO_NOMINAL_PUCCH parameter specified in [Section 5.1.2.1/3GPP-TS.36.211]. The multiplicity of the P0NominalPUCCH values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for P0NominalPUCCH and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for P0NominalPUCCH and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
DeltaFPUCCHFormat1 int(-2,0,2) R Defines deltaF-PUCCH-Format1 to derive the UE transmit power. Corresponds to parameter ?F_PUCCH(1) in dB as specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.1.2/3GPP-TS.36.213]. - 2.0
DeltaFPUCCHFormat1b unsignedInt(1,3,5) R Defines deltaF-PUCCH-Format1b to derive the UE transmit power. Corresponds to parameter ?F_PUCCH(1b) in dB dB as specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.1.2/3GPP-TS.36.213]. - 2.0
DeltaFPUCCHFormat2 int(-2,0:2) R Defines deltaF-PUCCH-Format2 to derive the UE transmit power. Corresponds to parameter ?F_PUCCH(2) in dB as specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.1.2/3GPP-TS.36.213]. - 2.0
DeltaFPUCCHFormat2a int(-2,0,2) R Defines deltaF-PUCCH-Format2a to derive the UE transmit power. Corresponds to parameter ?F_PUCCH(2a) in dB as specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.1.2/3GPP-TS.36.213]. - 2.0
DeltaFPUCCHFormat2b int(-2,0,2) R Defines deltaF-PUCCH-Format2b to derive the UE transmit power. Corresponds to parameter ?F_PUCCH(2b) in dB as specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.1.2/3GPP-TS.36.213]. - 2.0
DeltaPreambleMsg3 int(-1:6) R Defines the parameter in dB used to compute the UL UE transmit power for transmission of random access response grant. This parameter corresponds to deltaPreambleMsg3 parameter specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and to ?PREAMBLE_Msg3 parameter specified in [Section 5.1.1.1/3GPP-TS.36.213]. Actual value is 2x the value of this parameter. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.PHY.MBSFN. object R This object contains parameters relating to the MBSFN (Multimedia Broadcast multicast service Single Frequency Network) configuration (see [Section 6.1.1.8/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
NeighCellConfig unsignedInt(0:3) W Defines the information related to MBSFN and TDD UL/DL configuration of neighbour cells. Corresponds to NeighCellConfig IE specified in [Section 6.3.6/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Value 0: Not all neighbour cells have the same MBSFN sub-frame allocation as serving cell. Value 1: No MBSFN sub-frames are present in all neighbour cells. Value 2: The MBSFN sub-frame allocations of all neighbour cells are identical to or subsets of that in the serving cell. Value 3: Different UL/DL allocation in neighbouring cells for TDD compared to the serving cell. - 2.0
MaxSFConfigListEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.LTE.RAN.PHY.MBSFN.SFConfigList.{i}. table. - 2.0
SFConfigListNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the SFConfigList table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.PHY.MBSFN.SFConfigList.{i}. object(0:) W

This object contains parameters relating to the sub-frame that are reserved for MBSFN (Multimedia Broadcast multicast service Single Frequency Network) in downlink direction. For FDD mode, only one entry can exist in this table. For TDD mode, at most one entry can exist with a given value of stratumID (see [Section 6.1.1.8/3GPP-TS.32.592]).

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for all of RadioFrameAllocationPeriod, RadioframeAllocationOffset and RadioFrameAllocationSize.

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Enable boolean W Enables or disables this entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for all of RadioFrameAllocationPeriod, RadioframeAllocationOffset and RadioFrameAllocationSize.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

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SyncStratumID unsignedInt(1:8) W This parameter is applicable to TDD mode only. Defines the synchronization stratum level to which the MBSFN configuration applies. - 2.0
RadioFrameAllocationPeriod unsignedInt(1:2,4,8,16,32) W Defines the period where MBSFN sub-frames occur in the radio frames. Radio frames contain MBSFN sub-frame when the following condition is met: ((SFN mod RadioFrameAllocationPeriod) = RadioframeAllocationOffset). The value of 1 and 2 are only meaningful when the value of RadioFrameAllocationSize parameter is 1. Corresponds to radioFrameAllocationPeriod IE specified in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
RadioframeAllocationOffset unsignedInt(0:7) W Defines the offset where MBSFN sub-frames occur in the radio frames. Radio frames contain MBSFN sub-frame when the following condition is met: ((SFN mod RadioFrameAllocationPeriod) = RadioframeAllocationOffset). Corresponds to radioFrameAllocationOffset IE specified in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
RadioFrameAllocationSize unsignedInt(1,4) W Defines the number of connsecutive frames that the MBSFN allocation pertains to defined by the combination of RadioFrameAllocationPeriod and RadioframeAllocationOffset parameters. - 2.0
SubFrameAllocations unsignedInt(0,1)[](:64) W Comma-separated list (maximum number of characters 64) of unsigned integers (0, or 1). The value of “1” indicates the position of sub-frames that is allocated to MBSFN within the radio frame. First item defines the MBSFN allocation for sub-frame #1, second item for #2, third item for #3, fourth item for #6, fifth item for #7, sixth item for #8. If the value of RadioFrameAllocationSize is 4, then this pattern repeats in the sequence of the four radio frames. The actual size of this parameter depends on the value of RadioFrameAllocationSize parameter. If the value of RadioFrameAllocationSize is 1, then the size of this parameter is 6; if the size RadioFrameAllocationSize is 4, then the size of this parameter is 24. Corresponds to subframeAllocation IE specified in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.PHY.PRS. object R This object contains parameters relating to the PRS (Positioning Reference Signal) configuration (see [Section 6.1.1.9/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
NumPRSResourceBlocks unsignedInt W Defines the number of RBs (Resource Blocks) used for PRS. Corresponds to the parameter NRBPRS in [Section 6.10.4.1/3GPP-TS.36.211]. - 2.0
PRSConfigurationIndex unsignedInt(0:4095) W Corresponds to the PRS configuration index defined as parameter IPRS in [Section 6.10.4.3 and Table 6.10.4.3.-1/3GPP-TS.36.211]. - 2.0
NumConsecutivePRSSubfames unsignedInt(1:2,4,6) W Defines the number of consecutive positioning sub-frames. Corresponds to the parameter NPRS in [Section 6.10.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.211]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.PHY.TDDFrame. object R This object is applicable to TDD mode only. This object contains parameters relating to the TDD frame structure configuration (see [Section 6.1.1.10/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
SubFrameAssignment unsignedInt(0:6) W Defines the DL/UL sub-frame configuration. Corresponds to subframAssignment specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and [Table 4.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.211]. - 2.0
SpecialSubframePatterns unsignedInt(0:8) W Defines the configuration of the special sub-frame that contains the guard period between the downlink and uplink transmissions. Corresponds to the specialSubframePatterns specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and [Table 4.2.1/3GPP-TS.36.211]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.MAC. object R This object contains parameters relating to the MAC (Medium Access Control) configuration. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.MAC.RACH. object R This object contains parameters relating to the RACH (Random Access Channel) configuration (see [Section 6.1.2.1/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
NumberOfRaPreambles unsignedInt(4:64)[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of unsigned integers (4 to 64). Each item is a number of non-dedicated random access preambles. Only values in multiple of 4 are valid (i.e. 4, 8, 12, 16,…64); use of other values within the defined range MUST be rejected by the CPE. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter numberOfRA-Preambles specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.1.1/3GPP-TS.36.321]. If supports self-configuration capability for NumberOfRaPreambles and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for NumberOfRaPreambles and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
SizeOfRaGroupA unsignedInt(4:60)[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of unsigned integers (4 to 60). Each item is a number of non-dedicated random access preambles in Random Acces Preambles group A. Only values in multiple of 4 are valid (i.e. 4, 8, 12, 16,…60); use of other values within the defined range MUST be rejected by the CPE. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter sizeOfRA-PreamblesGroupA specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.1.1/3GPP-TS.36.321]. If supports self-configuration capability for SizeOfRaGroupA and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for SizeOfRaGroupA and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
MessageSizeGroupA unsignedInt(56,144,208,256)[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of unsigned integers (56, 144, 208, or 256). Each item is a threshold for preamble selection, specified in bits. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Defined in [Section 5.1.2/3GPP-TS.36.321]. Corresponds to parameter messageSizeGroupA specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. If supports self-configuration capability for MessageSizeGroupA and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for MessageSizeGroupA and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
MessagePowerOffsetGroupB int(-1,5,8,10,12,15,18)[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of integers (-1, 5, 8, 10, 12, 15, or 18). Each item is a threshold for preamble selection, specified in dB. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Defined in [Section 5.1.2/3GPP-TS.36.321]. Corresponds to parameter messagePowerOffsetGroupB specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Value of -1 indicates “minusinfinity.” If supports self-configuration capability for MessagePowerOffsetGroupB and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for MessagePowerOffsetGroupB and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
PowerRampingStep unsignedInt(0,2,4,6)[1](:16) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 16) of unsigned integers (0, 2, 4, or 6). Each item is a power increase factor between subsequent random access preamble transmissions, specified in dB. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter powerRampingStep specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.1.3/3GPP-TS.36.321]. If supports self-configuration capability for PowerRampingStep and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for PowerRampingStep and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
PreambleInitialReceivedTargetPower int(-120:-90)[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of integers (-120 to -90). Each item is a value used as the baseline for computation for random access transmission power, specified in dBm. Also used as a parameter in the criteria for preamble selection. Only even values are valid (i.e. -120, -118, -116,…-90); use of other values within the defined range MUST be rejected by the CPE. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter preambleInitialReceivedTargetPower specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.1.2/3GPP-TS.36.321]. and section 5.1.3. If supports self-configuration capability for PreambleInitialReceivedTargetPower and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for PreambleInitialReceivedTargetPower and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
PreambleTransMax string[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of strings. Each item is a maximum number of random access preamble transmissions, from the list of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter preambleTransMax specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.1.4 and section 5.1.5/3GPP-TS.36.321]. The multiplicity of the PreambleTransMax values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for PreambleTransMax and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for PreambleTransMax and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
ResponseWindowSize string[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of strings. Each item is a duration of the random access response window, specified in sub-frames, with a numeric range between 2 and 10 inclusive (except value of 9). In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter ra-ResponseWindowSize specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.1.4/3GPP-TS.36.321]. The multiplicity of the ResponseWindowSize values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for ResponseWindowSize and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for ResponseWindowSize and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
ContentionResolutionTimer unsignedInt(8:64)[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of unsigned integers (8 to 64). Each item is a contention resolution timer, specified in sub-frames. Only values multiple of 8 are valid (i.e. 8, 16, 24,…64); use of other values within the defined range MUST be rejected by the CPE. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter mac-ContentionResolutionTimer specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.1.5/3GPP-TS.36.321]. If supports self-configuration capability for ContentionResolutionTimer and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for ContentionResolutionTimer and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
MaxHARQMsg3Tx string[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of strings. Each item is a maximum number of Msg3 HARQ transmissions by RRC, with a numeric range between 1 and 8 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter maxHARQ-Msg3Tx specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.4.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.321]. The multiplicity of the MaxHARQMsg3Tx values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for MaxHARQMsg3Tx and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for MaxHARQMsg3Tx and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.MAC.DRX. object R This object contains parameters relating to the DRX (Discontinuous Reception) configuration (see [Section 6.1.2.2/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
DRXEnabled boolean W Specifies whether DRX operation is enabled or not. If true, DRX operation is enabled. If false, DRX operation is not enabled. Corresponds to drx-Configuration IE defined in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
OnDurationTimer string[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of strings. Each item is the DRX cycle during which UE actively monitors PDCCH, specified in number of PDCCH sub-frames, from the list of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80, 100, 200. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter onDurationTimer specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.7/3GPP-TS.36.321]. The multiplicity of the OnDurationTimer values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for OnDurationTimer and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for OnDurationTimer and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
DRXInactivityTimer string[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of strings. Each item defines the number of inactive consecutive PDCCH sub-frame(s) that will activate short DRX cycle, specified in number of PDCCH sub-frames, from the list of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80, 100, 200, 300, 500, 750, 1280, 1920, 2560. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter drx-InactivityTimer specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.7/3GPP-TS.36.321]. The multiplicity of the DRXInactivityTimer values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for DRXInactivityTimer and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for DRXInactivityTimer and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
DRXRetransmissionTimer unsignedInt(1,2,4,6,8,16,24,33)[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of unsigned integers (1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 16, 24, or 33). Each item defines the maximum number of consecutive PDCCH sub-frame(s) UE MUST remain active expecting a DL retransmission, specified in number of PDCCH sub-frames. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The timer is started when a HARQ RTT Timer expires and the data in the soft buffer of the corresponding HARQ process was not successfully decoded. There is one timer for each active HARQ process. Corresponds to parameter drx-RetransmissionTimer specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.7/3GPP-TS.36.321]. If supports self-configuration capability for DRXRetransmissionTimer and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for DRXRetransmissionTimer and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
LongDRXCycle unsignedInt(10,20,32,40,64,80,128,160,256,320,512,640,1024,1280,2048,2560)[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of unsigned integers (10, 20, 32, 40, 64, 80, 128, 160, 256, 320, 512, 640, 1024, 1280, 2048, or 2560). Each item is long DRX Cycle value, specified in number of sub-frames. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. If shortDRX-Cycle is configured, this value MUST be a multiple of the ShortDRXCycle value. Corresponds to longDRX-Cycle parameter specified in [Section 5.7/3GPP-TS.36.321] and longDRX-CycleStartOffset specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. If supports self-configuration capability for LongDRXCycle and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for LongDRXCycle and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
DRXStartOffset string[1](:512) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 512) of strings. Each item defines the starting frame of the DRX cycle within the long DRX cycle, with a numeric range between 0 and 2559 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The valid value range is dependent on LongDRXCycle parameter which defines the upper bound of this range, i.e., range definition is [0: (LongDRXCycle-1)]. Corresponds to drxStartOffset parameter specified in [Section 5.7/3GPP-TS.36.321]. Use of values bigger than (LongDRXCycle-1) MUST be rejected by the CPE. The multiplicity of the DRXStartOffset values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for DRXStartOffset and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for DRXStartOffset and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
ShortDRXCycle unsignedInt(2,5,8,10,16,20,32,40,64,80,128,160,256,320,512,640)[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of unsigned integers (2, 5, 8, 10, 16, 20, 32, 40, 64, 80, 128, 160, 256, 320, 512, or 640). Each item is the short DRX Cycle value, specified in number of sub-frames. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. If shortDRX-Cycle is configured, the value of LongDRXCycle MUST be a multiple of the ShortDRXCycle value. Corresponds to shortDRX-Cycle parameter specified in [Section 5.7/3GPP-TS.36.321]. If supports self-configuration capability for ShortDRXCycle and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for ShortDRXCycle and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
DRXShortCycleTimer string[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of strings. Each item defined the duration of the short DRX cycle in multiples of ShortDRXCycle parameter, specified in number of sub-frames, with a numeric range between 1 and 16 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Denotes the number of consecutive sub-frame(s)the UE shall follow the short DRX cycle after the DRX Inactivity Timer has expired. Corresponds to drxShortCycleTimer parameter specified in [Section 5.7/3GPP-TS.36.321]. The multiplicity of the DRXShortCycleTimer values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for DRXShortCycleTimer and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for DRXShortCycleTimer and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.MAC.ULSCH. object R This object contains parameters relating to the ULSCH (Uplink Shared Channel) configuration (see [Section 6.1.2.3/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
MaxHARQTx unsignedInt(1:8,10,12,16,20,24,28) R Maximum number of UL HARQ transmissions. Corresponds to parameter maxHARQ-Tx specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.4.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.321]. - 2.0
PeriodicBSRTimer unsignedInt(0,5,10,16,20,32,40,64,80,128,160,320,640,1280,2560) R Timer for Periodic BSR (Buffer Status Report) reporting, specified in number of subframes. UE transmits periodic BSR at the expiration of this timer. Corresponds to parameter periodicBSR-Timer specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.4.5/3GPP-TS.36.321]. Value of 0 indicates “infinity.” - 2.0
RetxBSRTimer unsignedInt(320,640,1280,2560,5120,10240) R Timer for Regular BSR reporting, specified in number of subframes. UE transmits a Regular BSR at the expiration of this timer if data is available in the buffer. Corresponds to parameter retxBSR-Timer specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.4.5/3GPP-TS.36.321]. - 2.0
TTIBundling boolean R Enables/disables TTI bundling. If true, TTI bundling is enabled. If false, TTI bundling is disabled. Corresponds to parameter ttiBundling specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.4.2.1/3GPP-TS.36.321]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.RLC. object R This object contains parameters relating to the RLC (Radio Link Control) configuration. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.RLC.SRB1. object R This object contains parameters relating to the SRB1 (Signaling Radio Bearer 1) configuration (see [Section 6.1.3.1/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
DefaultConfiguration boolean W Indicates the whether default RLC configuration for SRB1 is used or not. If true, the default RLC configuration is used as specified in [Section 9.2.1.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. In this case, rest of the parameters defined under the current object are ignored by the CPE. If false, rest of the parameters defined under the current object are used by the CPE for RLC configuration. - 2.0
TPollRetransmit string[1](:256) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item is a timer between successive poll transmissions, specified in milliseconds, specified in milliseconds, with a numeric range between 5 and 500 inclusive. Only the multiple of 5 are valid in the range between 5 and 250 inclusive (i.e. 5, 10, 15, 20,… 250), and only the multiple of 50 are valid in the range between 300 and 500 inclusive (i.e., 300, 350, 400, 450, 500). If the value is other than these, the CPE MUST reject the value. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. This parameter is valid only if DefaultConfiguration paramter under the current object is set to false. Corresponds to t-PollRetransmit IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.322]. The multiplicity of the TPollRetransmit values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for TPollRetransmit and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for TPollRetransmit and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
PollPDU unsignedInt(0,4,8,16,32,64,128,256)[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of unsigned integers (0, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, or 256). Each item is a counter of PDUs between successive poll transmissions, specified in the number of PDUs. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. This parameter is valid only if DefaultConfiguration paramter under the current object is set to false. Corresponds to pollPDU IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.2.1/3GPP-TS.36.322]. Value of 0 indicates “infinity.” If supports self-configuration capability for PollPDU and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for PollPDU and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
PollByte unsignedInt(0,25,50,75,100,125,250,375,500,750,1000,1250,1500,2000,3000)[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of unsigned integers (0, 25, 50, 75, 100, 125, 250, 375, 500, 750, 1000, 1250, 1500, 2000, or 3000). Each item is a counter of PDU bytes transmitted between successive poll transmissions, specified in kilobytes. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. This parameter is valid only if DefaultConfiguration paramter under the current object is set to false. Corresponds to pollByte IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.2.1/3GPP-TS.36.322]. Value of 0 indicates infinite amount of kilobytes. If supports self-configuration capability for PollByte and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for PollByte and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
MaxRetxThreshold unsignedInt(1:4,6,8,16,32)[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of unsigned integers (1 to 4, 6, 8, 16, or 32). Each item defines the maximum number of transmission retry used by the RLC entity to limit the number of retransmissions of an AMD PDU. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. This parameter is valid only if DefaultConfiguration paramter under the current object is set to false. Corresponds to maxRetxThreshold IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.1/3GPP-TS.36.322]. If supports self-configuration capability for MaxRetxThreshold and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for MaxRetxThreshold and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
TReordering string[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of strings. Each item defines a timer used by the receiving side of an RLC entity in order to detect loss of RLC PDUs at lower layer, specified in milliseconds, with a numeric range between 0 and 200 inclusive. Only the multiple of 5 are valid in the range between 0 and 100 inclusive (i.e. 0, 5, 10, 15,…,100), and only the multiple of 10 are valid in the range between 110 and 200 inclusive (110, 120, 130,…,200). If the value is other than these, the CPE MUST reject the value. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. This parameter is valid only if DefaultConfiguration paramter under the current object is set to false. Corresponds to t-Reordering IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.1.2.2. and 5.1.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.322]. The multiplicity of the TReordering values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for TReordering and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for TReordering and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
TStatusProhibit string[1](:256) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item defines a timer used by the receiving side of an AM RLC entity in order to prohibit transmission of a STATUS PDU, specified in milliseconds, with a numeric range between 0 and 500 inclusive. Only the multiple of 5 are valid in the range between 0 and 250 inclusive (i.e. 0, 5, 10, 15,…,250), and only the multiple of 50 are valid in the range between 300 and 500 inclusive (i.e. 300, 350, 400, 450, 500). If the value is other than these, the CPE MUST reject the value. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. This parameter is valid only if DefaultConfiguration paramter under the current object is set to false. Corresponds to t-StatusProhibit IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.3/3GPP-TS.36.322]. The multiplicity of the TStatusProhibit values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for TStatusProhibit and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for TStatusProhibit and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.RLC.SRB2. object R This object contains parameters relating to the SRB2 (Signaling Radio Bearer 2) configuration (see [Section 6.1.3.1/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
DefaultConfiguration boolean W Indicates the whether default RLC configuration for SRB1 is used or not. If true, the default RLC configuration is used as specified in [Section 9.2.1.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. In this case, rest of the parameters defined under the current object are ignored by the CPE. If false, rest of the parameters defined under the current object are used by the CPE for RLC configuration. - 2.0
TPollRetransmit string[1](:256) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item is a timer between successive poll transmissions, specified in milliseconds, with a numeric range between 5 and 500 inclusive. Only the multiple of 5 are valid in the range between 5 and 250 inclusive (i.e. 5, 10, 15, 20,… 250), and only the multiple of 50 are valid in the range between 300 and 500 inclusive (i.e., 300, 350, 400, 450, 500). If the value is other than these, the CPE MUST reject the value. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. This parameter is valid only if DefaultConfiguration paramter under the current object is set to false. Corresponds to t-PollRetransmit IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.322]. The multiplicity of the TPollRetransmit values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for TPollRetransmit and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for TPollRetransmit and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
PollPDU unsignedInt(0,4,8,16,32,64,128,256)[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of unsigned integers (0, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, or 256). Each item is a counter of PDUs between successive poll transmissions, specified in the number of PDUs. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. This parameter is valid only if DefaultConfiguration paramter under the current object is set to false. Corresponds to pollPDU IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.2.1/3GPP-TS.36.322]. Value of 0 indicates “infinity.” If supports self-configuration capability for PollPDU and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for PollPDU and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
PollByte unsignedInt(0,25,50,75,100,125,250,375,500,750,1000,1250,1500,2000,3000)[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of unsigned integers (0, 25, 50, 75, 100, 125, 250, 375, 500, 750, 1000, 1250, 1500, 2000, or 3000). Each item is a counter of PDU bytes transmitted between successive poll transmissions, specified in kilobytes. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. This parameter is valid only if DefaultConfiguration paramter under the current object is set to false. Corresponds to pollByte IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.2.1/3GPP-TS.36.322]. Value of 0 indicates infinite amount of kilobytes. If supports self-configuration capability for PollByte and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for PollByte and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
MaxRetxThreshold unsignedInt(1:4,6,8,16,32)[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of unsigned integers (1 to 4, 6, 8, 16, or 32). Each item defines the maximum number of transmission retry used by the RLC entity to limit the number of retransmissions of an AMD PDU. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. This parameter is valid only if DefaultConfiguration paramter under the current object is set to false. Corresponds to maxRetxThreshold IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.1/3GPP-TS.36.322]. If supports self-configuration capability for MaxRetxThreshold and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for MaxRetxThreshold and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
TReordering string[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of strings. Each item defines a timer used by the receiving side of an RLC entity in order to detect loss of RLC PDUs at lower layer, specified in milliseconds, with a numeric range between 0 and 200 inclusive. Only the multiple of 5 are valid in the range between 0 and 100 inclusive (i.e. 0, 5, 10, 15,…,100), and only the multiple of 10 are valid in the range between 110 and 200 inclusive (110, 120, 130,…,200). If the value is other than these, the CPE MUST reject the value. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. This parameter is valid only if DefaultConfiguration paramter under the current object is set to false. Corresponds to t-Reordering IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.1.2.2. and 5.1.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.322]. The multiplicity of the TReordering values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for TReordering and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for TReordering and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
TStatusProhibit string[1](:256) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item defines a timer used by the receiving side of an AM RLC entity in order to prohibit transmission of a STATUS PDU, specified in milliseconds, with a numeric range between 0 and 500 inclusive. Only the multiple of 5 are valid in the range between 0 and 250 inclusive (i.e. 0, 5, 10, 15,…,250), and only the multiple of 50 are valid in the range between 300 and 500 inclusive (i.e. 300, 350, 400, 450, 500). If the value is other than these, the CPE MUST reject the value. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. This parameter is valid only if DefaultConfiguration paramter under the current object is set to false. Corresponds to t-StatusProhibit IE specified in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.3/3GPP-TS.36.322]. The multiplicity of the TStatusProhibit values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for TStatusProhibit and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for TStatusProhibit and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.RRCTimers. object R This object contains parameters relating to the RRC timers and constants (see [Section 6.1.6.1/3GPP-TS.32.592]) and (see [Section 6.1.6.2/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
T300 unsignedInt(100,200,300,400,600,1000,1500,2000)[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of unsigned integers (100, 200, 300, 400, 600, 1000, 1500, or 2000). Each item is an interval, in milliseconds, between subsequent transmissions of RRCConnectionRequest. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter t300 specified in UE-TimersAndConstants IE in [Section 6.3.6/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Start/stop/expirary condition is defined in [Section 7.3/3GPP-TS.36.331]. If supports self-configuration capability for T300 and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for T300 and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
T301 unsignedInt(100,200,300,400,600,1000,1500,2000)[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of unsigned integers (100, 200, 300, 400, 600, 1000, 1500, or 2000). Each item is an interval, in milliseconds, between subsequent transmissions of RRCConnectionReestablishmentRequest. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter t301 specified in UE-TimersAndConstants IE in [Section 6.3.6/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Start/stop/expirary condition is defined in [Section 7.3/3GPP-TS.36.331]. If supports self-configuration capability for T301 and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for T301 and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
T302 unsignedInt(100,200,300,400,600,1000,1500,2000) W Time to wait in milliseconds for cell re-selection or RRConnectionSetup after RRCConnectionReject. Start/stop/expirary condition is defined in [Section 7.3/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
T304EUTRA unsignedInt(50,100,150,200,500,1000,2000)[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of unsigned integers (50, 100, 150, 200, 500, 1000, or 2000). Each item is a HO failure timer, in milliseconds. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to t304 defined within IE MobilityControlInfo in RRCConnectionReconfiguration message in [Section 5.3.5.4 and Section 6.3.4/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Start/stop/expirary condition is defined in [Section 7.3/3GPP-TS.36.331]. If supports self-configuration capability for T304EUTRA and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for T304EUTRA and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
T304IRAT unsignedInt(100,200,500,1000,2000,4000,8000)[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of unsigned integers (100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000, 4000, or 8000). Each item is a HO failure timer, in milliseconds. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to t304 defined within IE CellChangeOrder in MobilityFromEUTRACommand message in [Section 6.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Start/stop/expirary condition is defined in [Section 7.3/3GPP-TS.36.331]. If supports self-configuration capability for T304IRAT and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for T304IRAT and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
T310 unsignedInt(0,50,100,200,500,1000,2000)[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of unsigned integers (0, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, or 2000). Each item is a RLF declaration timer, in milliseconds. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter t310 specified in RLF-TimersAndConstants IE in [Section 6.3.6/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Start/stop/expirary condition is defined in [Section 7.3/3GPP-TS.36.331]. If supports self-configuration capability for T310 and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for T310 and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
T311 unsignedInt(1000,3000,5000,10000,15000,20000,30000)[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of unsigned integers (1000, 3000, 5000, 10000, 15000, 20000, or 30000). Each item is a RLF recovery timer, in milliseconds. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter t311 specified in RLF-TimersAndConstants IE in [Section 6.3.6/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Start/stop/expirary condition is defined in [Section 7.3/3GPP-TS.36.331]. If supports self-configuration capability for T311 and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for T311 and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
T320 unsignedInt(5,10,20,30,60,120,180) W Time in minutes after RRCConnection Release in which cell re-selection priority info supplied in RRCConnectionRelease MUST be observed. Start/stop/expirary condition is defined in [Section 7.3/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Corresponds to parameter t320 specified in RRCConnectionRelease message in [Section 6.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. S - 2.0
N310 unsignedInt(1:4,6,8,10,20) W Number of consecutive “out-of-sync” indications received from lower layers that triggers timer T310. Corresponds to parameter n310 specified in UE-TimersAndConstants IE in [Section 6.3.6 and Section 7.3/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
N311 unsignedInt(1:6,8,10) W Number of consecutive “in-sync” indications received from lower layers that stops timer T310. Corresponds to parameter n311 specified in UE-TimersAndConstants IE in [Section 6.3.6 and Section 7.3/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.CellRestriction. object R This object contains parameters relating to the cell restriction configuration. - 2.0
CellBarred boolean W Indicates whether the is barred or not. If true, the cell is barred. If false, the cell is not barred. Corresponds to parameter CellBarred specified in SIB1 in [Section 6.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
CellReservedForOperatorUse boolean W Indicates whether the is reserved for operator’s use or not. If true, the cell is reserved for operator use. If false, the cell is not reserved for operator use. Corresponds to parameter cellReservedForOperatorUse specified in SIB1 in [Section 6.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
BarringForEmergency boolean W Indicates whether the is barred for Access Class 10 or not. If true, the cell is barred for Access Class 10. If false, the cell is not barred for Access Class 10. Corresponds to parameter ac-BarringForEmergency specified in SIB2 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility. object R This object contains parameters relating to the UE’s mobility configuration. It covers both idle mode and connected mode. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode. object R This object contains parameters relating to the UE’s mobility while it is in idle mode (cell (re-)selection). Parameters under this object determines the content in the SIB (System Information Block) that is broadcast by LTE . - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode.Common. object R This object contains parameters relating to the idle mode mobility configuration that is common to all cell re-selection scenarios (intra/inter-freq, inter-RAT to UTRA (UMTS), GERAN (GSM) and CDMA2000) (see [Section 6.1.5.1.1/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
Qhyst string[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of strings. Each item is a hysteresis value applied to serving cell for evaluating cell ranking criteria specified in dB, with a numeric range between 0 and 24 inclusive. For the value greater than 6, only even numbers are valid. If the value is other than these, the CPE MUST reject the value. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter q-Hyst specified in SIB3 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.7/3GPP-TS.36.304]. The multiplicity of the Qhyst values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for Qhyst and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for Qhyst and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
QHystSFMedium int(-6,-4,-2,0) W Speed-dependent scaling factor for Qhyst in Medium-mobility state, specified in dB. Corresponds to parameter q-HystSF:sf-Medium specified in SIB3 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
QHystSFHigh int(-6,-4,-2,0) W Speed-dependent scaling factor for Qhyst in High-mobility state, specified in dB. Corresponds to parameter q-HystSF:sf-High specified in SIB3 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
TEvaluation unsignedInt(30,60,120,180,240) W Duration for evaluating allowed amount of cell re-selection(s) required to enter mobility states, specified in seconds. Corresponds to parameter t-Evaluation specified in SIB3 in [Section 6.3.4/3GPP-TS.36.331] and to parameter TCRmax specified in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
THystNormal unsignedInt(30,60,120,180,240) W Additional duration for evaluating criteria to enter normal mobility state, specified in seconds. Specifies the additional time period for evaluating criteria to enter Normal-mobility state. Corresponds to parameter t-HystNormal specified in SIB3 in [Section 6.3.4/3GPP-TS.36.331] and to parameter TCRmaxHyst specified in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
NCellChangeMedium unsignedInt(1:16) W Defines the number of cell re-selections within TEvaluation to enter Medium-mobility state. Corresponds to parameter n-cellChangeMedium specified in SIB3 in [Section 6.3.4/3GPP-TS.36.331] and to parameter NCR_M specified in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
NCellChangeHigh unsignedInt(1:16) W Defines the number of cell re-selections within TEvaluation to enter High-mobility state. Corresponds to parameter n-cellChangeHigh specified in SIB3 in [Section 6.3.4/3GPP-TS.36.331] and to parameter NCR_H specified in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode.IntraFreq. object R This object contains parameters relating to the idle mode mobility configuration for intra-freq re-selection scenario (see [Section 6.1.5.1.2/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
QRxLevMinSIB1 string[1](:256) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item is a required minimum received RSRP level of a E-UTRA cell for cell selection, specified in dBm, with a numeric range between -70 and -22 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The value of (QRxLevMinSIB1 * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter q-rxLevMin in SIB1 in [Section 6.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.304]. The multiplicity of the QRxLevMinSIB1 values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for QRxLevMinSIB1 and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for QRxLevMinSIB1 and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
QRxLevMinSIB3 string[1](:256) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item is a required minimum received RSRP level for intra-frequency E-UTRA cell re-selection, specified in dBm, with a numeric range between -70 and -22 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The value of (QRxLevMinSIB3 * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter q-rxLevMin in SIB3 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.304]. The multiplicity of the QRxLevMinSIB3 values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for QRxLevMinSIB3 and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for QRxLevMinSIB3 and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
QRxLevMinOffset unsignedInt(1:8) W Defines offset with respect to QrxLevMin, specified in dBm. This offset is taken into account in the computation of Srxlev for cell selection evaluation of cells detected during a periodic search for a higher priority PLMN while camped normally in a VPLMN. The value of (QRxLevMinOffset * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter q-rxLevMinOffset in SIB1 specified in [Section 6.2.2/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
SIntraSearch string[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of strings. Each item is a threshold for intra-frequency measurements, specified in dB, with a numeric range between 0 and 31 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The value of (SIntraSearch * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter s-IntraSearch specified in SIB3 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.7/3GPP-TS.36.304]. The multiplicity of the SIntraSearch values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for SIntraSearch and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for SIntraSearch and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
TReselectionEUTRA string[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of strings. Each item is a cell re-selection timer for intra-frequency E-UTRA cell re-selection, specified in seconds, with a numeric range between 0 and 7 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter t-ReselectionEUTRA specified in SIB3 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.7/3GPP-TS.36.304]. The multiplicity of the TReselectionEUTRA values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for TReselectionEUTRA and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for TReselectionEUTRA and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
SNonIntraSearch string[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of strings. Each item is a threshold for inter-frequency and inter-RAT measurements with lower or equal priority, specified in dB, with a numeric range between 0 and 31 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The value of (SNonIntraSearch * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter s-NonIntraSearch specified in SIB3 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.7/3GPP-TS.36.304]. The multiplicity of the SNonIntraSearch values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for SNonIntraSearch and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for SNonIntraSearch and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
CellReselectionPriority unsignedInt(0:7) W Absolute priority of the E-UTRAN serving carrier frequency used in the inter-frequency and inter-RAT cell re-selection procedure. Corresponds to parameter CellReselectionPriority specified in SIB3 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.7/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
PMax int(-30:33) W Used to limit the allowed UE uplink transmission power on the serving frequency, specified in dBm. It is used to calculate the parameter Pcompensation defined in [Section 5.2.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.304]. Corresponds to parameter p-Max specified in SIB1 and SIB3 in [Section 6.3.1 and Section 6.3.4/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
ThreshServingLow unsignedInt(0:31) W Threshold for serving frequency used in evaluation of re-selection towards lower priority E-UTRAN frequency or inter-RAT, specified in dB. The value of (ThreshServingLow * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter threshServingLow specified in SIB3 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.7/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
TReselectionEUTRASFMedium unsignedInt(25,50,75,100) W Scaling factor for intra-frequency TreselectionEUTRA in Medium-mobility state. The value of TReselectionEUTRASFMedium divided by 100 yields the actual SF value. Corresponds to parameter t-ReselectionEUTRA-SF:sf-Medium specified in SIB3 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
TReselectionEUTRASFHigh unsignedInt(25,50,75,100) W Scaling factor for intra-frequency TreselectionEUTRA in High-mobility state. The value of TReselectionEUTRASFHigh divided by 100 yields the actual SF value. Corresponds to parameter t-ReselectionEUTRA-SF:sf-High specified in SIB3 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode.InterFreq. object R This object contains parameters relating to the idle mode mobility configuration for inter-freq re-selection scenario . - 2.0
MaxCarrierEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode.InterFreq.Carrier.{i}. table. - 2.0
CarrierNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the Carrier table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode.InterFreq.Carrier.{i}. object(0:) W

This object contains parameters relating to the carrier information for inter-freq re-selection scenario (see [Section 6.1.5.1.3/3GPP-TS.32.592]).

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for EUTRACarrierARFCN.

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Enable boolean W Enables or disables this entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for EUTRACarrierARFCN.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

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EUTRACarrierARFCN unsignedInt(0:65535) W Indicates the ARFCN of this frequency carrier. Corresponds to parameter dl-CarrierFreq in SIB5 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. 0 2.0
QRxLevMinSIB5 string[1](:256) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item is a required minimum received RSRP level on this E-UTRA frequency carrier, spcified in dBm, with a numeric range between -70 and -22 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The value of (QRxLevMinSIB5 * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter q-rxLevMin in SIB5 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.304]. The multiplicity of the QRxLevMinSIB5 values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for QRxLevMinSIB5 and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for QRxLevMinSIB5 and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. 0 2.0
QOffsetFreq string[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of strings. Each item is an offset applicable between serving and this frequency carrier, specified in dBm, with a numeric range between -24 and 24 inclusive. For values less than or equal to -6, or values greater than or equal to 6, only the even values are valid. If the value is other than these, the CPE MUST reject the value. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The value of (QOffsetFreq * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter q-OffsetFreq in SIB5 specified in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.4.2.6/3GPP-TS.36.304]. The multiplicity of the QOffsetFreq values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for QOffsetFreq and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for QOffsetFreq and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. 0 2.0
TReselectionEUTRA string[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of strings. Each item is a cell re-selection timer for inter-frequency cell re-selection to this E-UTRA frequency carrier, specified in seconds, with a numeric range between 0 and 7 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter t-ReselectionEUTRA specified in SIB5 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.7/3GPP-TS.36.304]. The multiplicity of the TReselectionEUTRA values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for TReselectionEUTRA and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for TReselectionEUTRA and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. 0 2.0
CellReselectionPriority unsignedInt(0:7) W Absolute priority of this E-UTRA frequency carrier, as used by the inter-frequency cell re-selection procedure. Corresponds to parameter CellReselectionPriority specified in SIB5 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.7/3GPP-TS.36.304]. 0 2.0
ThreshXHigh unsignedInt(0:31) W Threshold used when re-selecting from a lower priority E-UTRAN frequency, specified in dB. The value of (ThreshXHigh * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter threshX-High specified in SIB5 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.5/3GPP-TS.36.304]. 0 2.0
ThreshXLow unsignedInt(0:31) W Threshold used when re-selecting from a higher priority E-UTRAN frequency, specified in dB. The value of (ThreshXLow * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter threshX-Low specified in SIB5 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.5/3GPP-TS.36.304]. 0 2.0
PMax int(-30:33) W Used to limit the allowed UE uplink transmission power on this carrier frequency, specified in dBm. It is used to calculate the parameter Pcompensation defined in [Section 5.2.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.304]. Corresponds to parameter p-Max specified in SIB5 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. 0 2.0
TReselectionEUTRASFMedium unsignedInt(25,50,75,100) W Scaling factor for TreselectionEUTRA for inter-frequency re-selection to this frequency carrier in Medium-mobility state. The value of TReselectionEUTRASFMedium divided by 100 yields the actual SF value. Corresponds to parameter t-ReselectionEUTRA-SF:sf-Medium specified in SIB5 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. 25 2.0
TReselectionEUTRASFHigh unsignedInt(25,50,75,100) W Scaling factor for TreselectionEUTRA for inter-frequency re-selection to this frequency carrier in High-mobility state. The value of TReselectionEUTRASFHigh divided by 100 yields the actual SF value. Corresponds to parameter t-ReselectionEUTRA-SF:sf-High specified in SIB5 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. 25 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode.IRAT. object R This object contains parameters relating to the idle mode mobility configuration for inter-RAT (Radio Access Technology) re-selection scenario. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode.IRAT.UTRA. object R This object contains parameters relating to the idle mode mobility configuration for inter-RAT (Radio Access Technology) re-selection, specifically for re-selection to UTRA (UMTS) scenario (see [Section 6.1.5.1.4/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
TReselectionUTRA string[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of strings. Each item is a cell re-selection timer for re-selection to a UTRA frequency carrier, specified in seconds, with a numeric range between 0 and 7 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter t-ReselectionUTRA specified in SIB6 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.7/3GPP-TS.36.304]. The multiplicity of the TReselectionUTRA values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for TReselectionUTRA and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for TReselectionUTRA and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
TReselectionUTRASFMedium unsignedInt(25,50,75,100) W Scaling factor for TreselectionUTRA for inter-RAT re-selection to UTRA in Medium-mobility state. The value of TReselectionUTRASFMedium divided by 100 yields the actual SF value. Corresponds to parameter t-ReselectionUTRA-SF:sf-Medium specified in SIB6 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
TReselectionUTRASFHigh unsignedInt(25,50,75,100) W Scaling factor for TreselectionEUTRA for inter-frequency re-selection to this frequency carrier in High-mobility state. The value of TReselectionUTRASFHigh divided by 100 yields the actual SF value. Corresponds to parameter t-ReselectionUTRA-SF:sf-High specified in SIB6 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
MaxUTRANFDDFreqEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode.IRAT.UTRA.UTRANFDDFreq.{i}. table. - 2.0
UTRANFDDFreqNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the UTRANFDDFreq table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode.IRAT.UTRA.UTRANFDDFreq.{i}. object(0:) W

This object contains parameters relating to the channel frequncy related information of UTRA (UMTS) system (see [Section 6.1.5.1.5, 6.1.5.1.6/3GPP-TS.32.592]).

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for UTRACarrierARFCN.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for UTRACarrierARFCN.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
UTRACarrierARFCN unsignedInt(0:16383) W Indicates the ARFCN of the frequency carrier. Corresponds to parameter CarrierFreq in SIB6 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. 0 2.0
QRxLevMin string[1](:256) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item is a required minimum received RSCP level on this UTRA frequency carrier, specified in dBm, with a numeric range between -60 and -13 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The value of (QRxLevMin * 2 + 1) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter q-RxLevMin in SIB6 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.3.1.2/3GPP-TS.25.304]. The multiplicity of the QRxLevMin values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for QRxLevMin and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for QRxLevMin and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. -60 2.0
QQualMin string[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of strings. Each item is a required minimum received Ec/Io level on this UTRA FDD carrier, specified in dB, with a numeric range between -24 and 0 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter q-QualMin in SIB6 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.3.1.2/3GPP-TS.25.304]. The multiplicity of the QQualMin values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for QQualMin and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for QQualMin and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. 0 2.0
CellReselectionPriority unsignedInt(0:7) W Absolute priority of this UTRA FDD frequency carrier, as used by the inter-frequency cell re-selection procedure. Corresponds to parameter CellReselectionPriority specified in SIB6 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.7/3GPP-TS.36.304]. 0 2.0
ThreshXHigh unsignedInt(0:31) W Threshold used when re-selecting towards a higher priority UTRA FDD frequency, specified in dB. The value of (ThreshXHigh * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter threshX-High specified in SIB6 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.5/3GPP-TS.36.304]. 0 2.0
ThreshXLow unsignedInt(0:31) W Threshold used when re-selecting towards a lower priority UTRA FDD frequency, specified in dB. The value of (ThreshXLow * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter threshX-Low specified in SIB6 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.5/3GPP-TS.36.304]. 0 2.0
PMaxUTRA int(-50:33) W Used to limit the allowed UE uplink transmission power on this UTRA FDD carrier frequency, specified in dBm. It is used to calculate the parameter Pcompensation defined in [Section 5.2.3.1.2/3GPP-TS.25.304]. Corresponds to parameter p-MaxUTRA specified in SIB6 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. 0 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode.IRAT.GERAN. object R This object contains parameters relating to the idle mode mobility configuration for inter-RAT (Radio Access Technology) re-selection, specifically for re-selection to GERAN (GSM) scenario (see [Section 6.1.5.1.6/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
TReselectionGERAN string[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of strings. Each item is a cell re-selection timer for re-selection to a GERAN frequency carrier, specified in seconds, with a numeric range between 0 and 7 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter t-ReselectionGERAN specified in SIB7 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and to TreselectionGERA in [Section 5.2.4.7/3GPP-TS.36.304]. The multiplicity of the TReselectionGERAN values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for TReselectionGERAN and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for TReselectionGERAN and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
TReselectionGERANSFMedium unsignedInt(25,50,75,100) W Scaling factor for TreselectionGERAN for inter-RAT re-selection to GERAN in Medium-mobility state. The value of TReselectionGERANSFMedium divided by 100 yields the actual SF value. Corresponds to parameter t-ReselectionGERAN-SF:sf-Medium specified in SIB7 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
TReselectionGERANSFHigh unsignedInt(25,50,75,100) W Scaling factor for TreselectionGERAN for inter-RAT re-selection to GERAN in High-mobility state. The value of TReselectionGERANSFHigh divided by 100 yields the actual SF value. Corresponds to parameter t-ReselectionGERAN-SF:sf-High specified in SIB7 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
MaxGERANFreqGroupEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode.IRAT.GERAN.GERANFreqGroup.{i}. table. - 2.0
GERANFreqGroupNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the GERANFreqGroup table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode.IRAT.GERAN.GERANFreqGroup.{i}. object(0:) W

This object contains parameters relating to the channel frequncy related information of GERAN (GSM) system (see [Section 6.1.5.1.7/3GPP-TS.32.592]).

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for BCCHARFCN.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for BCCHARFCN.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
BandIndicator string W

Indicates how to interpret the BCCH ARFCN. Enumeration of:

  • GSM850
  • GSM900
  • DCS1800
  • PCS1900
GSM850 2.0
BCCHARFCN unsignedInt(0:1023) W ARFCN of this cell. 0 2.0
QRxLevMin string[1](:256) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item is a required minimum received RSSI level on this GERAN frequency carrier for re-selection to this UTRA FDD carrier, specified in dBm, with a numeric range between 0 and 63 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. The value of (QRxLevMin * 2 - 115) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter q-rxLevMin in SIB7 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and to RXLEV_ACCESS_MIN in [3GPP-TS.45.008]. The multiplicity of the QRxLevMin values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for QRxLevMin and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for QRxLevMin and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. 0 2.0
CellReselectionPriority unsignedInt(0:7) W Absolute priority of this GERAN frequency group, as used by the inter-frequency cell re-selection procedure. Corresponds to parameter CellReselectionPriority specified in SIB7 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.7/3GPP-TS.36.304]. 0 2.0
ThreshXHigh unsignedInt(0:31) W Threshold used when re-selecting towards a higher priority GERAN frequency group than current serving E-UTRA frequency, specified in dB. The value of (ThreshXHigh * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter threshX-High specified in SIB7 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.5/3GPP-TS.36.304]. 0 2.0
ThreshXLow unsignedInt(0:31) W Threshold used when re-selecting towards a lower priority GERAN frequency group than current serving E-UTRA frequency, specified in dB dB. The value of (ThreshXLow * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter threshX-Low specified in SIB7 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.5/3GPP-TS.36.304]. 0 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode.IRAT.CDMA2000. object R This object contains parameters relating to the idle mode mobility configuration for inter-RAT (Radio Access Technology) re-selection, specifically for re-selection to CDMA2000 system scenario (see [Section 6.1.5.1.8/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
SearchWindowSize string[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of strings. Each item is a CDMA2000 parameter affecting the search for neighbouring pilots, with a numeric range between 0 and 15 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter searchWindowSize in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Table 2.6.6.2.1-1/3GPP2-C.S0005-A] and [Table 8.7.6.2-4/3GPP2-C.S0024-A]. The multiplicity of the SearchWindowSize values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for SearchWindowSize and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for SearchWindowSize and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
TReselectionCDMA2000 string[1](:32) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 32) of strings. Each item is a cell re-selection timer for a CDMA2000 band, specified in seconds, with a numeric range between 0 and 7 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter t-ReselectionCDMA2000 specified in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and to TreselectionCDMA_HRPD or TreselectionCDMA_1xRTT in [Section 5.2.4.7/3GPP-TS.36.304]. The multiplicity of the TReselectionCDMA2000 values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for TReselectionCDMA2000 and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for TReselectionCDMA2000 and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
TReselectionCDMA2000SFMedium unsignedInt(25,50,75,100) W Scaling factor for TReselectionCDMA2000 for inter-RAT re-selection to CDMA2000 in Medium-mobility state. The value of TReselectionCDMA2000SFMedium divided by 100 yields the actual SF value. Corresponds to parameter t-ReselectionCDMA2000-SF:sf-Medium specified in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
TReselectionCDMA2000SFHigh unsignedInt(25,50,75,100) W Scaling factor for TReselectionCDMA2000 for inter-RAT re-selection to CDMA2000 in High-mobility state. The value of TReselectionCDMA2000SFHigh divided by 100 yields the actual SF value. Corresponds to parameter t-ReselectionCDMA2000-SF:sf-High specified in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.3/3GPP-TS.36.304]. - 2.0
MaxCDMA2000BandEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode.IRAT.CDMA2000.CDMA2000Band.{i}. table. - 2.0
CDMA2000BandNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the CDMA2000Band table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.IdleMode.IRAT.CDMA2000.CDMA2000Band.{i}. object(0:) W

This object contains parameters relating to the channel frequncy related information of CDMA2000 system (see [Section 6.1.5.1.8/3GPP-TS.32.592]).

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for BandClass.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for BandClass.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
BandClass unsignedInt(0:17) W Defines the CDMA2000 band in which the CDMA2000 carrier frequency can be found, specified in bandclass number. BandClass is defined in 3GPP2 C.S0057-B Table 1.5-1. Corresponds to parameter bandClass specified in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. 0 2.0
CellReselectionPriority unsignedInt(0:7) W Absolute priority of this CDMA2000 band used by the inter-frequency cell re-selection procedure. Corresponds to parameter CellReselectionPriority specified in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.7/3GPP-TS.36.304]. 0 2.0
ThreshXHigh unsignedInt(0:63) W Threshold used when re-selecting towards a higher priority CDMA2000 band than current serving E-UTRA frequency, specified in dB. The value of (ThreshXHigh * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter threshX-High specified in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.5/3GPP-TS.36.304]. 0 2.0
ThreshXLow unsignedInt(0:63) W Threshold used when re-selecting towards a lower priority CDMA2000 band than current serving E-UTRA frequency, specified in dB. The value of (ThreshXLow * 2) yields the actual value. Corresponds to parameter threshX-Low specified in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331] and in [Section 5.2.4.5/3GPP-TS.36.304]. 0 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.ConnMode. object R This object contains parameters relating to the UE’s mobility while it is in connected mode (handover). Parameters under this object determines the content in the SIB (System Information Block) that is broadcast by LTE . - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.ConnMode.EUTRA. object R This object contains parameters relating to the connected mode mobility (handover) configuration within LTE system (see [Section 6.1.5.2.1/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
FilterCoefficientRSRP string[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of strings. Each item is a filtering coefficient used for RSRP measurements, with a numeric range between 0 and 19 inclusive. For values greater than 9, only odd values are valid. If the value is other than these, the CPE MUST reject the value. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to filterCoefficientRSRP parameter specified in QuantityConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. The multiplicity of the FilterCoefficientRSRP values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for FilterCoefficientRSRP and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for FilterCoefficientRSRP and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
FilterCoefficientRSRQ string[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of strings. Each item is a filtering coefficient used for RSRQ measurements, with a numeric range between 0 and 19 inclusive. For values greater than 9, only odd values are valid. If the value is other than these, the CPE MUST reject the value. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to filterCoefficientRSRQ parameter specified in QuantityConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. The multiplicity of the FilterCoefficientRSRQ values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for FilterCoefficientRSRQ and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for FilterCoefficientRSRQ and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
A1ThresholdRSRP unsignedInt(0:97) W Threshold to be used in EUTRA measurement report triggering condition for event A1. Valid only if TriggerQuantity is RSRP. Mapping to actual values is specified in [Table 9.1.4-1/3GPP-TS.36.133]. Corresponds to parameter a1-Threshold:threshold-RSRP specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
A1ThresholdRSRQ unsignedInt(0:34) W Threshold to be used in EUTRA measurement report triggering condition for event A1. Valid only if TriggerQuantity is RSRQ. Mapping to actual values is specified in 3GPP TS 36.133 table 9.1.7-1. Corresponds to parameter a1-Threshold:threshold-RSRQ specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331].}} - 2.0
A2ThresholdRSRP unsignedInt(0:97) W Threshold to be used in EUTRA measurement report triggering condition for event A2. Valid only if TriggerQuantity is RSRP. Mapping to actual values is specified in [Table 9.1.4-1/3GPP-TS.36.133]. Corresponds to parameter a2-Threshold:threshold-RSRP specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
A2ThresholdRSRQ unsignedInt(0:34) W Threshold to be used in EUTRA measurement report triggering condition for event A2. Valid only if TriggerQuantity is RSRQ. Mapping to actual values is specified in [Table 9.1.7-1/3GPP-TS.36.133]. Corresponds to parameter a2-Threshold:threshold-RSRQ specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
A3Offset string[1](:256) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 256) of strings. Each item is an offset to be used in evaluation of EUTRA measurement report triggering condition for event A3, with a numeric range between -30 and 30 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Mapping to actual values is specified in [3GPP-TS.36.133]. Corresponds to parameter a3-Offset specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. The multiplicity of the A3Offset values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for A3Offset and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for A3Offset and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
ReportOnLeave boolean W Indicates whether or not the UE shall initiate the measurement reporting procedure when the leaving condition is met for event A3 for a cell in cellsTriggeredList, as specified in [Section 5.5.4.1 and Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
A4ThresholdRSRP unsignedInt(0:97) W Threshold to be used in EUTRA measurement report triggering condition for event A4. Valid only if TriggerQuantity is RSRP. Mapping to actual values is specified in [3GPP-TS.36.133]. Corresponds to parameter a4-Threshold:threshold-RSRP specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
A4ThresholdRSRQ unsignedInt(0:34) W Threshold to be used in EUTRA measurement report triggering condition for event A4. Valid only if TriggerQuantity is RSRQ. Mapping to actual values is specified in [3GPP-TS.36.133]. Corresponds to parameter a4-Threshold:threshold-RSRQ specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
A5Threshold1RSRP unsignedInt(0:97) W Threshold1 to be used in EUTRA measurement report triggering condition for event A5. Valid only if TriggerQuantity is RSRP. Mapping to actual values is specified in [3GPP-TS.36.133]. Corresponds to parameter a5-Threshold1:threshold-RSRP specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
A5Threshold1RSRQ unsignedInt(0:34) W Threshold1 to be used in EUTRA measurement report triggering condition for event A5. Valid only if TriggerQuantity is RSRQ. Mapping to actual values is specified in [3GPP-TS.36.133]. Corresponds to parameter a5-Threshold1:threshold-RSRQ specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
A5Threshold2RSRP unsignedInt(0:97) W Threshold2 to be used in EUTRA measurement report triggering condition for event A5. Valid only if TriggerQuantity is RSRP. Mapping to actual values is specified in [3GPP-TS.36.133]. Corresponds to parameter a5-Threshold2:threshold-RSRP specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
A5Threshold2RSRQ unsignedInt(0:34) W Threshold2 to be used in EUTRA measurement report triggering condition for event A5. Valid only if TriggerQuantity is RSRQ. Mapping to actual values is specified in [3GPP-TS.36.133]. Corresponds to parameter a5-Threshold2:threshold-RSRQ specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
Hysteresis string[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of strings. Each item is a hysteresis value applied to entry and leave condition of a report triggering event, with a numeric range between 0 and 30 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter hysteresis specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. The multiplicity of the Hysteresis values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for Hysteresis and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for Hysteresis and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
TimeToTrigger unsignedInt(0,40,64,80,100,128,160,256,320,480,512,640,1024,1280,2560,5120)[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of unsigned integers (0, 40, 64, 80, 100, 128, 160, 256, 320, 480, 512, 640, 1024, 1280, 2560, or 5120). Each item is a time period during which measurement report triggering condition needs to be met in order to trigger a measurement report, specified in milliseconds. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter timeToTrigger specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. If supports self-configuration capability for TimeToTrigger and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for TimeToTrigger and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
TriggerQuantity string W

Quantities used to evaluate a measurement report triggering condition. Corresponds to parameter triggerQuantity specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Enumeration of:

  • RSRP
  • RSRQ
- 2.0
ReportQuantity string W

Measrument quantities to be included in the measurement report. Corresponds to parameter reportQuantity specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. The value Both specifies that both the RSRP and RSRQ quantities are to be included in the measurement report. Enumeration of:

  • SameAsTriggerQuantity
  • Both
- 2.0
MaxReportCells unsignedInt(1:8) R Maximum number of cells that can be included in a measurement report. Corresponds to parameter maxReportCells specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
ReportInterval unsignedInt(120,240,480,640,1024,2048,5120,10240,60000,360000,720000,1800000,3600000) W Interval between successive measurement reports, specified in milliseconds. Corresponds to parameter reportInterval specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
ReportAmount unsignedInt(0:2,4,8,16,32,64) W Number of times a measurement report is sent. Corresponds to parameter reportAmount specified in ReportConfigEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Value of 0 indicates “infinity.” - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.Mobility.ConnMode.IRAT. object R This object contains parameters relating to the connected mode mobility (handover) configuration that is common to all inter-RAT handover scenarios (UTRA (UMTS), GERAN (GSM) and CDMA2000) (see [Section 6.1.5.2.2/3GPP-TS.32.592]). - 2.0
QoffsettUTRA string[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of strings. Each item is a UTRA-specific offset to be applied when evaluating triggering conditions for measurement reporting in connected mode, with a numeric range between -15 and 15 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter offsetFreq included in the IE MeasObjectUTRA specified in [3GPP-TS.36.331]. The multiplicity of the QoffsettUTRA values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for QoffsettUTRA and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for QoffsettUTRA and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
FilterCoefficientUTRA string[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of strings. Each item is a filtering coefficient used for UTRA measurements, with a numeric range between 0 and 19 inclusive. For values greater than 9, only odd values are valid. If the value is other than these, the CPE MUST reject the value. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to filterCoefficient parameter specified in QuantityConfigUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. The multiplicity of the FilterCoefficientUTRA values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for FilterCoefficientUTRA and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for FilterCoefficientUTRA and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
MeasQuantityUTRAFDD string W

Measurement quantity used for UTRA measurements. Corresponds to measQuantityUTRA-FDD parameter specified in QuantityConfigUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Enumeration of:

  • CPICH-RSCP
  • CPICH-EcN0
- 2.0
B1ThresholdUTRARSCP int(-5:91) W RSCP threshold to be used in UTRA measurement report triggering condition for event B1. Mapping to actual dBm values is specified in 3GPP TS 25.133. Corresponds to parameter b1-ThresholdUTRA:utra-RSCP specified in ReportConfigInterRAT IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331].}} - 2.0
B1ThresholdUTRAEcN0 unsignedInt(0:49) W EcNo threshold to be used in UTRA measurement report triggering condition for event B1. Mapping to actual dBm values is specified in 3GPP TS 25.133. Corresponds to parameter b1-ThresholdUTRA:utra-EcNo specified in ReportConfigInterRAT IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331].}} - 2.0
QoffsetGERAN string[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of strings. Each item is a GERAN-specific offset to be applied when evaluating triggering conditions for measurement reporting in connected mode, with a numeric range between -15 and 15 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter offsetFreq included in the IE MeasObjectGERAN specified in [3GPP-TS.36.331]. The multiplicity of the QoffsetGERAN values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for QoffsetGERAN and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for QoffsetGERAN and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
FilterCoefficientGERAN string[1](:64) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 64) of strings. Each item is a filtering coefficient used for GERAN measurements, with a numeric range between 0 and 19 inclusive. For values greater than 9, only odd values are valid. If the value is other than these, the CPE MUST reject the value. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to filterCoefficient parameter specified in QuantityConfigGERAN IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. The multiplicity of the FilterCoefficientGERAN values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for FilterCoefficientGERAN and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for FilterCoefficientGERAN and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
B1ThresholdGERAN unsignedInt(0:63) W Threshold to be used in GERAN measurement report triggering condition for event B1. Mapping to actual dBm values is specified in 3GPP TS 45.008. Corresponds to parameter b1-ThresholdGERAN specified in ReportConfigInterRAT IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331].}} - 2.0
QoffsetCDMA2000 string[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of strings. Each item is a CDMA2000-specific offset to be applied when evaluating triggering conditions for measurement reporting in connected mode, with a numeric range between -15 and 15 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter offsetFreq included in the IE MeasObjectCDMA2000 specified in [3GPP-TS.36.331]. The multiplicity of the QoffsetCDMA2000 values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for QoffsetCDMA2000 and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for QoffsetCDMA2000 and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
MeasQuantityCDMA2000 string W

Measurement quantity used for CDMA2000 measurements. Corresponds to measQuantityCDMA2000 parameter specified in QuantityConfigCDMA2000 IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Enumeration of:

  • PilotStrength
  • PilotPnPhaseAndPilotStrength
- 2.0
B1ThresholdCDMA2000 unsignedInt(0:63) W Threshold to be used in CDMA2000 measurement report triggering condition for event B1. Mapping to actual dBm values is specified in [3GPP-TS.45.008]. Corresponds to parameter b1-ThresholdCDMA2000 specified in ReportConfigInterRAT IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
B2Threshold2UTRARSCP int(-5:91) W RSCP threshold to be used in UTRA measurement report triggering condition for event B2. Mapping to actual dBm values is specified in [3GPP-TS.25.133]. Corresponds to parameter b2-Threshold2UTRA:utra-RSCP specified in ReportConfigInterRAT IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
B2Threshold2UTRAEcN0 unsignedInt(0:49) W EcNo threshold to be used in UTRA measurement report triggering condition for event B2. Mapping to actual dBm values is specified in 3GPP TS 25.133. Corresponds to parameter b2-Threshold2UTRA:utra-EcNo specified in ReportConfigInterRAT IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331].}} - 2.0
B2Threshold2GERAN unsignedInt(0:63) W Threshold to be used in GERAN measurement report triggering condition for event B2. Mapping to actual dBm values is specified in 3GPP TS 45.008. Corresponds to parameter b2-Threshold2GERAN specified in ReportConfigInterRAT IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331].}} - 2.0
B2Threshold2CDMA2000 unsignedInt(0:63) W Threshold to be used in CDMA2000 measurement report triggering condition for event B2. Mapping to actual dBm values is specified in 3GPP TS 45.008. Corresponds to parameter b2-Threshold2CDMA2000 specified in ReportConfigInterRAT IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331].}} - 2.0
Hysteresis string[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of strings. Each item is a hysteresis value applied to entry and leave condition of an IRAT report triggering event, with a numeric range between 0 and 30 inclusive. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value. Corresponds to parameter hysteresis specified in ReportConfigInterRAT IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. The multiplicity of the Hysteresis values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. If this notation is used, then the list contains at least 2 items: “<preferred-value>,<lower-bound>..<upper-bound>”. If supports self-configuration capability for Hysteresis and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for Hysteresis and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
TimeToTrigger unsignedInt(0,40,64,80,100,128,160,256,320,480,512,640,1024,1280,2560,5120)[1](:128) W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) (maximum number of characters 128) of unsigned integers (0, 40, 64, 80, 100, 128, 160, 256, 320, 480, 512, 640, 1024, 1280, 2560, or 5120). Each item is a time period during which IRAT measurement report triggering condition needs to be met in order to trigger IRAT measurement report, specified in milliseconds. In case there is more than one item in the list, the first item contains the most preferred value.. Corresponds to parameter timeToTrigger specified in ReportConfigInterRAT IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. If supports self-configuration capability for TimeToTrigger and more than one item is configured, then is expected to select one from the list and overwrite this parameter containing only the one selected. If does not support self-configuration capability for TimeToTrigger and more than one item is configured, then accepts the first value and ignore the rest. If only one item is configured regardless of the self-configuration capability of , accepts the value as an explicit configuration by the ACS. - 2.0
MaxReportCells unsignedInt(1:8) R Maximum number of IRAT cells that can be included in a measurement report. Corresponds to parameter maxReportCells specified in ReportConfigInterRAT IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
ReportInterval unsignedInt(120,240,480,640,1024,2048,5120,10240,60000,360000,720000,1800000,3600000) W Interval between successive IRAT measurement reports, specified in milliseconds. Corresponds to parameter reportInterval specified in ReportConfigInterRAT IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
ReportAmount unsignedInt(0:2,4,8,16,32,64) W Number of times an IRAT measurement report is sent. Corresponds to parameter reportAmount specified in ReportConfigInterRAT IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Value of 0 indicates “infinity.” - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborList. object R This object contains parameters relating to the neighbor list. - 2.0
MaxLTECellEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborList.LTECell.{i}. table. - 2.0
LTECellNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the LTECell table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborList.LTECell.{i}. object(0:) W

Table containing the E-UTRA (i.e. intra-RAT) cell list provided by the ACS. The table contents MAY be added/deleted/modified during operation, in which case these changes shall be reflected in the broadcast information as soon as possible.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for both PLMNID and CID.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for both PLMNID and CID.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
MustInclude boolean W Indicates whether this instance of the neighbor shall be included or excluded in the FAP’s NL configuration. false 2.0
PLMNID string(:6) W PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of PLMNID is 5. 2.0
CID unsignedInt(0:268435455) W Cell Identity. [Section 6.3.4/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Combination of PLMNID and CID constitutes the Cell Global ID (CGI). 0 2.0
EUTRACarrierARFCN unsignedInt(0:65535) W Indicates the ARFCN of this carrier frequency. Corresponds to parameter dl-CarrierFreq in SIB5 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331], and and parameter NDL in [Section 5.7.3/3GPP-TS.36.101]. If the value of EUTRACarrierARFCN is the same with the one currently being used by the, then it implies that this neighbor cell is an intra-frequency cell; otherwise, it is an inter-frequency cell. 0 2.0
PhyCellID unsignedInt(0:503) W Physical cell ID, as specified in [Section 6.11/3GPP-TS.36.211]. 0 2.0
QOffset int(-24:-8,-6:6,8:24) W Indicate a cell-specific offset applicable to a specific neighbouring cell. It is used for evaluating the cell as a candidate for cell re-selection in idle mode. Corresponds to parameter q-OffsetCell broadcast in SIB4 for intra-frequency cells and in SIB5 for inter-frequency cells, specified in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. For the value less than or equal to -8, and bigger than or equal to 8, only even numbers are valid. If the value is other than these, the CPE MUST reject the value. 0 2.0
CIO int(-24:-8,-6:6,8:24) W Cell individual offset applicable to a specific neighbouring cell. It is used for evaluating triggering conditions for measurement reporting in connected mode. Specified by cellIndividualOffset in MeasObjectEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. For the value less than or equal to -8, and bigger than or equal to 8, only even numbers are valid. If the value is other than these, the CPE MUST reject the value. 0 2.0
RSTxPower int(-60:50) W The downlink reference-signal transmit power, specified in dBm. Defined as the linear average over the power contributions (in W) of all resource elements that carry cell-specific reference signals within the operating system bandwidth. Corresponds to parameter referenceSignalPower in SIB4 as a part of PDSCH-Config IE in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. 0 2.0
Blacklisted boolean W
Indicates whether this neighbor cell is allowed for UEs as handover target or not. If true, handover is prohibited towards this cell. If false, handover is allowed toward this cell. The Blacklisted parameter allows this cell to be prohibited as a handover target, while still allowing this cell to be included in the BCCH SIB4 or 5.
This parameter was DEPRECATED in 2.1.2 as it is being replaced with the Blocklisted parameter.
false 2.0
Blocklisted boolean W Indicates whether this neighbor cell is allowed for UEs as handover target or not. If true, handover is prohibited towards this cell. If false, handover is allowed toward this cell. The Blocklisted parameter allows this cell to be prohibited as a handover target, while still allowing this cell to be included in the BCCH SIB4 or 5. false 2.1.2
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborList.InterRATCell. object R The inter-RAT cell lists separated by technology. [Section 6.3.1 (SIB6, 7, 8)/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
MaxUMTSEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborList.InterRATCell.UMTS.{i}. table. There can be maximum of 16 UTRAN (UMTS) neighbor cells, as specified by carrierFreqListUTRA-FDD in SIB6 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
MaxGSMEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborList.InterRATCell.GSM.{i}. table. There can be maximum of 16 GERAN (GSM) neighbor cells, as specified by carrierFreqsInfoList in SIB7 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
MaxCDMA2000Entries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborList.InterRATCell.CDMA2000.{i}. table. There can be maximum of 32 bandclasses. In each bandclass, there can be maximum of 16 CDMA2000 carrier frequencies. In each carrier, there can be maximum of 16 CDMA2000 neighbor cells (PN offset). It is specified by neighCellList in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
UMTSNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the UMTS table. - 2.0
GSMNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the GSM table. - 2.0
CDMA2000NumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the CDMA2000 table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborList.InterRATCell.UMTS.{i}. object(0:) W

Table containing the inter-RAT cell list for UTRA (UMTS) provided by the ACS. The table contents MAY be added/deleted/modified during operation, in which case these changes shall be reflected in the broadcast information as soon as possible.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for both PLMNID and CID.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for both PLMNID and CID.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
MustInclude boolean W Indicates whether this instance of the neighbor shall be included or excluded in the FAP’s NL configuration. false 2.0
PLMNID string(:6) W PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of PLMNID is 5. 2.0
RNCID unsignedInt(0:65535) W RNC-ID of an intra-RAT UMTS neighbor cell. It uniquely identifies an RNC within a PLMN. Normally, RNC-ID consists of 12 bits (i.e. a range of [0:4095]). However, if the value is larger than 4095, then Extended RNC-ID (range of [4096:65535]) is used in RANAP. The RNC-ID and Extended RNC-ID are combined into a single parameter here as there is no explicit need to have them separated. [Section 9.2.1.39/3GPP-TS.25.413] 0 2.0
CID unsignedInt(0:65535) W Cell Identifier (C-id) that identifies a cell within an RNS. This Cell Identifier together with the controlling RNC (RNC-ID) constitutes the UTRAN Cell ID (UC-ID) and is used to identify a cell uniquely within UTRAN. C-ID is either 12-bit or 16-bit value. [Section 6.1.5/3GPP-TS.25.401]. 0 2.0
LAC unsignedInt(1:65533,65535) W Location Area Code (LAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC) and LAC uniquely identifies the Location Area ID (LAI). [Section 4.1/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.6/3GPP-TS.25.413]. 65535 2.0
RAC unsignedInt(0:255) W Routing Area Code (RAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC), LAC, and RAC uniquely identifies the Routing Area ID (RAI). [Section 4.2/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.7/3GPP-TS.25.413] 0 2.0
URA unsignedInt(0:65535) W UTRAN Registration Area (URA) [3GPP-TS.23.401]. Indicates to the UE which URA it shall use in case of overlapping URAs. [Section 10.3.2.6/3GPP-TS.25.331] 0 2.0
UARFCNUL unsignedInt(0:16383) W The UL UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number (UARFCN) in an FDD mode cell. [3GPP-TS.25.433] 0 2.0
UARFCNDL unsignedInt(0:16383) W The DL UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number (UARFCN) in an FDD mode cell. [3GPP-TS.25.433] 0 2.0
PCPICHScramblingCode unsignedInt(0:511) W Primary CPICH scrambling code. 0 2.0
PCPICHTxPower int(-100:500) W Primary CPICH Tx power in dBm. Actual values of the power are -10.0 dBm to 50.0 dBm in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of PCPICHTxPower divided by 10 yields the actual value of the power. [Section 6.3.11/3GPP-TS.32.642] [Section 2.2.33/3GPP-TS.25.433] 0 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborList.InterRATCell.GSM.{i}. object(0:) W

Table containing the inter-RAT cell list for GERAN (GSM) provided by the ACS. The table contents MAY be added/deleted/modified during operation, in which case these changes shall be reflected in the broadcast information as soon as possible.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for all of PLMNID, LAC and CI.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for all of PLMNID, LAC and CI.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
MustInclude boolean W Indicates whether this instance of the neighbor shall be included or excluded in the FAP’s NL configuration. false 2.0
PLMNID string(:6) W PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of PLMNID is 5. 2.0
LAC unsignedInt(0:65535) W Location Area Code (LAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC) and LAC uniquely identifies the Location Area ID (LAI). [Section 4.1/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.6/3GPP-TS.25.413]. 0 2.0
BSIC unsignedInt(0:255) W BSIC of the cell per [3GPP-TS.23.003], consisting of:
  • Bit 7:6 - not used (“00”)
  • Bit 5:3 - NCC (PLMN Color Code)
  • Bit 2:0 - BCC (BS color code) For example, if NCC is 7 and BCC is 2 you would have 00111010 (binary) or 0x3A (hex), and the value of this parameter would be 58.
0 2.0
CI unsignedInt(0:65535) W Cell ID of the cell per [Section 4.3.1/3GPP-TS.23.003]. 0 2.0
BandIndicator string W

Indicates how to interpret the BCCH ARFCN. Enumeration of:

  • GSM850
  • GSM900
  • DCS1800
  • PCS1900
GSM850 2.0
BCCHARFCN unsignedInt(0:1023) W ARFCN of this cell. 0 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborList.InterRATCell.CDMA2000.{i}. object(0:) W

Table containing the inter-RAT cell list for CDMA2000 provided by the ACS. The table contents MAY be added/deleted/modified during operation, in which case these changes shall be reflected in the broadcast information as soon as possible.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for CID.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables this entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for CID.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
MustInclude boolean W Indicates whether this instance of the neighbor shall be included or excluded in the FAP’s NL configuration. false 2.0
BandClass unsignedInt(0:17) W Defines the CDMA2000 band in which the CDMA2000 frequency carrier can be found, specified in bandclass number. BandClass is defined in [3GPP2-C.S0057-B] Table 1.5-1. Corresponds to parameter bandClass specified in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. 0 2.0
ARFCN unsignedInt(0:2047) W Defines the CDMA2000 frequency carrier within a CDMA2000 band, as specified by ARFCN-ValueCDMA2000 in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331], and [3GPP2-C.S0002-A]. 0 2.0
PNOffset unsignedInt(0:511) W Defines the PN offset that represents the “Physical cell identity” in CDMA2000 system, as specified by PhysCellIdCDMA2000 in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. 0 2.0
Type string W

Indicates the type of the cell. This parameter determines the length of the CID parameter. Enumeration of:

  • 1xRTT
  • HRPD
1xRTT 2.0
CID string(:16) W Defines the global cell identity of the cell. For a 1xRTT cell, the cell identity is a binary string 47 bits long. For a HRPD cell, the cell identity is a binary string 128 bits long. The value of CID parameter is interpreted as 128-bit long unsigned integer. If Type is 1xRTT, the first 47 bits (6 octet) is used and the rest of this CID parameter MUST be ignored by the CPE. If Type is HRPD, the entire 16 octet is used as CID. Corresponds to IE CellGlobalIdCDMA2000 specified in [Section 6.3.4/3GPP-TS.36.331]. 0 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborListInUse. object R This object contains parameters relating to the neighbor list used by the FAP based on its self-configuration capability and CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborList. configuration of adding and excluding cells. - 2.0
MaxLTECellEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborListInUse.LTECell.{i}. table. - 2.0
LTECellNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the LTECell table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborListInUse.LTECell.{i}. object(0:) R

Table containing the LTE EUTRA (i.e. intra-RAT) cell list.

At most one entry in this table can exist with the same values for both PLMNID and CID.

- 2.0
PLMNID string(:6) R PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of PLMNID is 5. - 2.0
CID unsignedInt(0:268435455) R Cell Identity. [Section 6.3.4/3GPP-TS.36.331]. Combination of PLMNID and CID constitutes the Cell Global ID (CGI). - 2.0
EUTRACarrierARFCN unsignedInt(0:65535) R Indicates the ARFCN of this carrier frequency. Corresponds to parameter dl-CarrierFreq in SIB5 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331], and and parameter NDL in [Section 5.7.3/3GPP-TS.36.101]. If the value of EUTRACarrierARFCN is the same with the one currently being used by the, then it implies that this neighbor cell is an intra-frequency cell; otherwise, it is an inter-frequency cell. - 2.0
PhyCellID unsignedInt(0:503) R Physical cell ID, as specified in [Section 6.11/3GPP-TS.36.211]. - 2.0
QOffset int(-24:-8,-6:6,8:24) R Indicate a cell-specific offset applicable to a specific neighbouring cell. It is used for evaluating the cell as a candidate for cell re-selection in idle mode. Corresponds to parameter q-OffsetCell broadcast in SIB4 for intra-frequency cells and in SIB5 for inter-frequency cells, specified in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
CIO int(-24:-8,-6:6,8:24) R Cell individual offset applicable to a specific neighbouring cell. It is used for evaluating triggering conditions for measurement reporting in connected mode. Specified by cellIndividualOffset in MeasObjectEUTRA IE in [Section 6.3.5/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
RSTxPower int(-60:50) R The downlink reference-signal transmit power, specified in dBm. Defined as the linear average over the power contributions (in W) of all resource elements that carry cell-specific reference signals within the operating system bandwidth. Corresponds to parameter referenceSignalPower in SIB4 as a part of PDSCH-Config IE in [Section 6.3.2/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
Blacklisted boolean R
Indicates whether this neighbor cell is allowed for UEs as handover target or not. If true, handover is prohibited towards this cell. If false, handover is allowed toward this cell. The Blacklisted parameter allows this cell to be prohibited as a handover target, while still allowing this cell to be included in the BCCH SIB4 or 5.
This parameter was DEPRECATED in 2.1.2 as it is being replaced with the Blocklisted parameter.
- 2.0
Blocklisted boolean R Indicates whether this neighbor cell is allowed for UEs as handover target or not. If true, handover is prohibited towards this cell. If false, handover is allowed toward this cell. The Blocklisted parameter allows this cell to be prohibited as a handover target, while still allowing this cell to be included in the BCCH SIB4 or 5. - 2.1.2
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborListInUse.InterRATCell. object R Table containing the inter-RAT cell lists separated by technology. [Section 6.3.1 (SIB6, 7, 8)/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
MaxUMTSEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborListInUse.InterRATCell.UMTS.{i}. table. There can be maximum of 16 UTRAN (UMTS) neighbor cells, as specified by carrierFreqListUTRA-FDD in SIB6 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
MaxGSMEntries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborListInUse.InterRATCell.GSM.{i}. table. There can be maximum of 16 GERAN (GSM) neighbor cells, as specified by carrierFreqsInfoList in SIB7 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
MaxCDMA2000Entries unsignedInt R The maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborListInUse.InterRATCell.CDMA2000.{i}. table. There can be maximum of 32 banclasses. In each bandclass, there can be maximum of 16 CDMA2000 carrier frequencies. In each carrier, there can be maximum of 16 CDMA2000 neighbor cells (PN offset). It is specified by neighCellList in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
UMTSNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the UMTS table. - 2.0
GSMNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the GSM table. - 2.0
CDMA2000NumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the CDMA2000 table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborListInUse.InterRATCell.UMTS.{i}. object(0:) R

Table containing the inter-RAT cell list for UTRA (UMTS) cell.

At most one entry in this table can exist with the same values for both PLMNID and CID.

- 2.0
PLMNID string(:6) R PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of PLMNID is 5. - 2.0
RNCID unsignedInt(0:65535) R RNC-ID of an intra-RAT UMTS neighbor cell. It uniquely identifies an RNC within a PLMN. Normally, RNC-ID consists of 12 bits (i.e. a range of [0:4095]). However, if the value is larger than 4095, then Extended RNC-ID (range of [4096:65535]) is used in RANAP. The RNC-ID and Extended RNC-ID are combined into a single parameter here as there is no explicit need to have them separated. [Section 9.2.1.39/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
CID unsignedInt(0:65535) R Cell Identifier (C-id) that identifies a cell within an RNS. This Cell Identifier together with the controlling RNC (RNC-ID) constitutes the UTRAN Cell ID (UC-ID) and is used to identify a cell uniquely within UTRAN. C-ID is either 12-bit or 16-bit value. [Section 6.1.5/3GPP-TS.25.401]. - 2.0
LAC unsignedInt(1:65533,65535) R Location Area Code (LAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC) and LAC uniquely identifies the Location Area ID (LAI). [Section 4.1/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.6/3GPP-TS.25.413]. - 2.0
RAC unsignedInt(0:255) R Routing Area Code (RAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC), LAC, and RAC uniquely identifies the Routing Area ID (RAI). [Section 4.2/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.7/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
URA unsignedInt(0:65535) R UTRAN Registration Area (URA) [3GPP-TS.23.401]. Indicates to the UE which URA it shall use in case of overlapping URAs. [Section 10.3.2.6/3GPP-TS.25.331] - 2.0
UARFCNUL unsignedInt(0:16383) R The UL UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number (UARFCN) in an FDD mode cell. [3GPP-TS.25.433] - 2.0
UARFCNDL unsignedInt(0:16383) R The DL UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number (UARFCN) in an FDD mode cell. [3GPP-TS.25.433] - 2.0
PCPICHScramblingCode unsignedInt(0:511) R Primary CPICH scrambling code. - 2.0
PCPICHTxPower int(-100:500) R Primary CPICH Tx power in dBm. Actual values of the power are -10.0 dBm to 50.0 dBm in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of PCPICHTxPower divided by 10 yields the actual value of the power. [Section 6.3.11/3GPP-TS.32.642] [Section 2.2.33/3GPP-TS.25.433] - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborListInUse.InterRATCell.GSM.{i}. object(0:) R

Table containing the inter-RAT cell list for GERAN (GSM) cell.

At most one entry in this table can exist with the same values for all of PLMNID, LAC and CI.

- 2.0
PLMNID string(:6) R PLMN ID consists of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) [3GPP-TS.23.003], [3GPP-TS.24.008]. Mobile Country Code consists of three digits and uniquely identifies the country of domicile of the subscriber. Mobile Network Code consists of two or three digits and identifies the Home PLMN within a country. For a 2-digit MNC the total string length of PLMNID is 5. - 2.0
LAC unsignedInt(0:65535) R Location Area Code (LAC). The concatenation of PLMN ID (MCC+MNC) and LAC uniquely identifies the Location Area ID (LAI). [Section 4.1/3GPP-TS.23.003] [Section 9.2.3.6/3GPP-TS.25.413] - 2.0
BSIC unsignedInt(0:255) R BSIC of the cell per [3GPP-TS.23.003], consisting of:
  • Bit 7:6 - not used (“00”)
  • Bit 5:3 - NCC (PLMN Color Code)
  • Bit 2:0 - BCC (BS color code) For example, if NCC is 7 and BCC is 2 you would have 00111010 (binary) or 0x3A (hex), and the value of this parameter would be 58.
- 2.0
CI unsignedInt(0:65535) R Cell ID of the cell per [Section 4.3.1/3GPP-TS.23.003]. - 2.0
BandIndicator string R

Indicates how to interpret the BCCH ARFCN. Enumeration of:

  • GSM850
  • GSM900
  • DCS1800
  • PCS1900
- 2.0
BCCHARFCN unsignedInt(0:1023) R ARFCN of this cell. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.NeighborListInUse.InterRATCell.CDMA2000.{i}. object(0:) R

Table containing the inter-RAT cell list for CDMA2000 cell.

At most one entry in this table can exist with a given value for CID.

- 2.0
BandClass unsignedInt(0:17) R Defines the CDMA2000 band in which the CDMA2000 frequency carrier can be found, specified in bandclass number. BandClass is defined in [Table 1.5-1/3GPP2-C.S0057-B]. Corresponds to parameter bandClass specified in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
ARFCN unsignedInt(0:2047) R Defines the CDMA2000 frequency carrier within a CDMA2000 band, as specified by ARFCN-ValueCDMA2000 in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331], and [3GPP2-C.S0002-A]. - 2.0
PNOffset unsignedInt(0:511) R Defines the PN offset that represents the “Physical cell identity” in CDMA2000 system, as specified by PhysCellIdCDMA2000 in SIB8 in [Section 6.3.1/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
Type string R

Indicates the type of the cell. This parameter determines the length of the CID parameter. Enumeration of:

  • 1xRTT
  • HRPD
- 2.0
CID string(:16) R Defines the global cell identity of the cell. For a 1xRTT cell, the cell identity is a binary string 47 bits long. For a HRPD cell, the cell identity is a binary string 128 bits long. The value of CID parameter is interpreted as 128-bit long unsigned integer. If Type is 1xRTT, the first 47 bits (6 octet) is used and the rest of this CID parameter MUST be ignored by the CPE. If Type is HRPD, the entire 16 octet is used as CID. Corresponds to IE CellGlobalIdCDMA2000 specified in [Section 6.3.4/3GPP-TS.36.331]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.CSG. object R This object provides monitoring of Closed Subscriber Groups (CSG) in the HeNB. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.CSG.Stats. object R This object provides the LTE RAN CSG statistics as defined in [3GPP-TS.32.453]. - 2.1
MeanNbrUsr unsignedInt R This measurement provides the mean number of attached CSG UEs in the HeNB. - 2.1
AttInboundMobility unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of attempted inbound mobility for UEs to CSG cells or hybrid cells in RRC_CONNECTED mode. - 2.1
SuccInboundMobility unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of successful inbound mobility for UEs to CSG cells or hybrid cells in RRC_CONNECTED mode. - 2.1
FailedInboundMobility string[] R This measurement provides the number of failed successful inbound mobility for UEs to CSG cells or hybrid cells in RRC_CONNECTED mode by cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the cause name= “sum”. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.RRC. object R This object provides monitoring of the RRC in the HeNB. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.RRC.Stats. object R This object provides the RRC statistics as defined in [3GPP-TS.32.453]. - 2.1
AttConnEstab string[] R This measurement provides the number of RRC connection establishment attempts by cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the cause name= “sum”. - 2.1
FailConnEstab string[] R This measurement provides the number of RRC establishment failures by cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the cause name= “sum”. - 2.1
SuccConnEstab string[] R This measurement provides the number of successful RRC establishments by cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the cause name= “sum”. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.ERAB. object R This object provides monitoring of E-RABs in the HeNB. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.ERAB.Stats. object R This object provides the E-RAB statistics as defined in [3GPP-TS.32.453]. - 2.1
EstabInitAttNbr string[] R This measurement provides the number of initial E-RABs attempted to setup by QoS level (QCI). Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
EstabInitSuccNbr string[] R This measurement provides the number of initial E-RABs successfully established QoS level (QCI). Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
EstabInitFailNbr string[] R This measurement provides the number of initial E-RABs failed to setup by cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
EstabAttNbr string[] R This measurement provides the number of E-RABs attempted to setup by QoS level (QCI). Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
EstabSuccNbr string[] R This measurement provides the number of E-RABs successfully established by QoS level (QCI). Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
EstabFailNbr string[] R This measurement provides the number of E-RABs failed to setup by cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
RelEnbNbrQCI string[] R This measurement provides the number of E-RABs requested to release initiated by HeNB by QCI. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
RelEnbNbrCause string[] R This measurement provides the number of E-RABs requested to release initiated by HeNB by cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
LGWNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the LGW table. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.ERAB.Stats.LGW.{i}. object(0:) R

This object provides statistics for the Direct User Plane Path between HeNB and Local Gateway as defined in [3GPP-TS.32.453].

At most one entry in this table can exist with a given value for CorrelationID.

- 2.1
CorrelationID string R The value of this parameter is equal to the user plane PDN GW TEID (GTP-based S5) or GRE key (PMIP-based S5). [3GPP-TS.25.401]. - 2.1
EstabDirectPathLGWAttNbr unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of direct user plane path between HeNB and Local GW attempted to setup. - 2.1
EstabDirectPathLGWSuccNbr unsignedInt R This measurement provides the number of direct user plane path between HeNB and Local GW successfully established. - 2.1
EstabDirectPathLGWFailNbr string[] R This measurement provides the number of direct user plane path between HeNB and Local GW E-RABs failed to setup by cause. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “cause name=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.DRB. object R This object provides monitoring of Data Radio Bearers (DRB) in the HeNB. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.DRB.Stats. object R This object provides the DRB statistics as defined in [3GPP-TS.32.453]. - 2.1
PdcpSduBitrateDl string[] R This measurement provides the average cell bit-rate of PDCP SDUs on the downlink. This represents the ingress rate of user plane traffic to the HeNB (via S1) by SAE Bearer QoS level (QCI). Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
PdcpSduBitrateUl string[] R This measurement provides the average cell bit-rate of PDCP SDUs on the uplink. This represents successful transmissions of user plane traffic; control signalling and retransmissions are excluded from this measure. Measurement is by SAE Bearer QoS level (QCI). Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
PdcpSduBitrateDlMax unsignedInt R This measurement provides the maximum cell bit-rate of PDCP SDUs on the downlink. This represents the maximum ingress rate of user plane traffic to the HeNB (via S1). This is a sum counter measured across all QCIs. - 2.1
PdcpSduBitrateUlMax unsignedInt R This measurement provides the maximum cell bit-rate of PDCP SDUs measured on the uplink. This represents successful transmissions of user plane traffic; control signalling and retransmissions are excluded from this measure. This is a sum counter measured across all QCIs. - 2.1
PdcpSduDelayDl string[] R This measurement provides the average (arithmetic mean) PDCP SDU delay on the downlink by ERAB Bearer QoS level (QCI). Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
PdcpSduDropRateDl string[] R This measurement provides the fraction of IP packets (PDCP SDUs) which are dropped on the downlink by ERAB Bearer QoS level (QCI). Only user-plane traffic (DTCH) is considered. A dropped packet is one whose context is removed from the HeNB without any part of it having been transmitted on the air interface. Packets discarded during handover are excluded from the count. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
PdcpSduAirLossRateDl string[] R This measurement provides the fraction of IP packets (PDCP SDUs) which are lost (not successfully transmitted) on the downlink air interface by ERAB Bearer QoS level (QCI). Only user-plane traffic (DTCH) is considered. A lost packet is one whose context is removed from the HeNB after an attempt has been made to transmit part or all of the packet on the air interface but the whole packet has not been successfully transmittedafter an attempt has been made to transmit part or all of the packet on the air interface but the whole packet has not been successfully transmitted. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
PdcpSduLossRateUl string[] R This measurement provides the fraction of IP packets (PDCP SDUs) which are lost (not successfully received) on the uplink by ERAB Bearer QoS level (QCI). Only user-plane traffic (DTCH) and only PDCP SDUs that have entered PDCP (and given a PDCP sequence number) are considered. Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
UEActiveDl string[] R This measurement provides the average number of UEs that have user-plane (DTCH) data queued on the downlink by ERAB Bearer QoS level (QCI). Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
UEActiveUl string[] R This measurement provides the average number of UEs that have user-plane (DTCH) data queued on the uplink by ERAB Bearer QoS level (QCI). Comma-separated list of strings, where each item is defined as the “QCI level=measurement value”. The total of all the measurements is provided using the name= “sum”. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.RRU. object R This object provides monitoring of the Radio Resource Usage in the HeNB. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.RAN.RRU.Stats. object R This object provides the RRU statistics as defined in [3GPP-TS.32.453]. - 2.1
PrbTotDl unsignedInt(0:100) R This measurement provides the total usage, in percentage, of physical resource blocks (PRBs) on the downlink for any purpose. - 2.1
PrbTotUl unsignedInt(0:100) R This measurement provides the total usage, in percentage, of physical resource blocks (PRBs) on the uplink for any purpose. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.EnergySavings. object R This object provides for the managment of energy savings capabilities in the HeNB. - 2.1
Enable boolean W This attribute determines whether the energy saving function is enabled or disabled. - 2.1
State string R

Specifies the status regarding the energy saving in the cell. This parameter is applicable when the value of Enable is true. Enumeration of:

  • IsEnergySaving
  • IsNotEnergySaving
- 2.1
NotAllowedTimePeriodNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the NotAllowedTimePeriod table. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.EnergySavings.ActivationCandidateCellsLoad. object R This object is relevant if the cell acts as a candidate cell. This object indicates the traffic load threshold and the time duration, which are used by distributed energy saving algorithms to allow an ‘original’ cell to enter the energy saving state. Threshold and TimeDuration are applied to the candidate cell(s) which provide coverage backup of an original cell when it is in the energy saving state. - 2.1
Threshold unsignedInt(:100) W PRB usage as a percent [3GPP-TS.36.314]. The threshold applies in the same way for a candidate cell no matter which original cell it will provide backup coverage. - 2.1
TimeDuration unsignedInt W This parameter indicates how long the traffic in the candidate cell needs to have been below the threshold, in seconds, before any original cells which will be provided backup coverage by the candidate cell enters energy saving state. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.EnergySavings.DeactivationCandidateCellsLoad. object R This object is relevant if the cell acts as a candidate cell. This object indicates the traffic load threshold and the time duration which is used by distributed energy saving algorithms to allow a cell to leave the energy saving state. Threshold and time duration are applied to the candidate cell when it provides coverage backup for the cell in energy saving state. - 2.1
Threshold unsignedInt(:100) W PRB usage as a percent [3GPP-TS.36.314]. The threshold applies in the same way for a candidate cell, no matter for which original cell it provides backup coverage. - 2.1
TimeDuration unsignedInt W This parameter indicates how long the traffic in the candidate cell needs to have been above the threshold, in seconds, to wake up one or more original cells which have been provided backup coverage by the candidate cell. - 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.LTE.EnergySavings.NotAllowedTimePeriod.{i}. object(0:) W This object provides a time period for which energy saving is not allowed. This object can be used to prevent a cell entering energy saving state. This object is valid on the specified day(s) and time of every week. - 2.1
Enable boolean W This attribute determines whether the time period is enabled or disabled. - 2.1
StartTime string W Starting time for this time period formatted as “HH:MM:SS” in UTC. - 2.1
EndTime string W Ending time for this time period formatted as “HH:MM:SS” in UTC. - 2.1
DaysOfWeek string W

{{list: parameter is not a list}} Enumeration of:

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
- 2.1
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000. object R This object contains parameters relating to configuring the CDMA2000 FAP. - 2.0
TunnelInstance string(:256) W

This is the reference to the IPsec tunnel instance used by the CDMA2000 FAP. For all root data models, which use the tunnel definition provided in [TR-262] (InternetGatewayDevice:1 [TR-098] and Device:1 [TR-181i1]) the TunnelInstance MUST point to a row in the ‘FAP.Tunnel.IKESA.{i}.’ table, defined in [TR-262]. If the root data model used is Device:2 [TR-181i2] then the TunnelInstance MUST point to IPsec tunnel instance defined in [TR-181i2].

If the referenced object is deleted, the parameter value MUST be set to an empty string. In case of a multiple-radio-technology FAP product, each radio technology can have its own tunnels or share common tunnels. In the former case, TunnelInstance can contain a unique instance number. In the latter case, TunnelInstance under all radio technologies can have the same instance number.

- 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX. object R This object contains parameters relating to configuring the CDMA2000 1x FAP. - 2.0
PCFPDSNNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the PCFPDSN table. - 2.0
MaxBatchPCFPDSNEntries unsignedInt R Maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.BatchPCFPDSN.{i}. table. - 2.0
BatchPCFPDSNNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the BatchPCFPDSN table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN. object R This object contains parameters relating to RAN configuring the CDMA2000 1x FAP. - 2.0
OneXSectorNID int(0:65535) W SID for 1x. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
OneXSectorSID int(0:32767) W NID for 1x . See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
OneXPZID int W packet Zone ID for 1x packet calls - 2.0
BaseID int W Base station ID (needed in SPM). This is also the CellID. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
MaxNeighborListEntries unsignedInt R Maximum number of entries avaiable in CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.NeighborList.{i}.. - 2.0
NeighborListNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the NeighborList table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.RF. object R This object contains parameters relating to RF configuration of the FAP. - 2.0
RFCNFL string(:256)[1] W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) of strings (maximum number of characters per item 256). Each item is a pair of 2-digit Band class number (as defined in [3GPP2-C.S0057]) followed by 4-digit FL Radio Frequency Channel Number (RFCN). Self-configuration for RFCN is controlled by FAPControl.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.RFCNFLSelfConfigEnable. If the FAP’s self-configuration capability for RFCN is available and enabled, this parameter MAY contain more than one item and the FAP is expected to select one from the list for RFCNFLInUse. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter SHOULD contain only a single item. An example value is “010001, 030500”. If multiple items are specified, they are done in the order of preference. - 2.0
RFCNFLBandInUse string(:16) R The FL Band being used by the FAP. Self-configuration for Band and RFCN is controlled by Capabilities.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.RFCNFLConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.RFCNFLSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the self-configuration capability is available and enabled, this parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among the choices provided in RFCNFL. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter contains the first band class value in RFCNFL. - 2.0
RFCNFLInUse unsignedInt R The FL RFCN being used by the FAP. Self-configuration for RFCN is controlled by Capabilities.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.RFCNFLConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.RFCNFLSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the self-configuration capability is available and enabled, this parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among the choices provided in RFCNFL. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter contains the first RFCN value in RFCNFL. - 2.0
PilotPN string(:256)[] W Comma-separated list of strings (maximum number of characters per item 256). Each item is a pilot PN offset in units of 64 PN chips. Self-configuration for pilot PN is controlled by Capabilities.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.PilotPNConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.PilotPNSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the FAP’s self-configuration capability for Pilot PN Offset is available and enabled, this parameter MAY contain more than one item and the FAP is expected to select one from the list for PilotPNInUse. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter SHOULD contain only a single item. The multiplicity of the PN offset values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. The order of the items has no significance. - 2.0
PilotPNInUse unsignedInt(0:511) R The Pilot PN Offset being used by the FAP in 64 PN chips. Self-configuration for Pilot PN Offset is controlled by Capabilities.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.PilotPNConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.PilotPNSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the self-configuration capability is available and enabled, this parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among the choices provided in PilotPN. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter contains the first value in PilotPN. - 2.0
MaxFAPTxPower string(:64) W Defines the maximum transmission power allowed on the FAP. MaxFAPTxPower is expressed as a range of allowed maximum power levels with “..” (two periods) between the upper and lower values, i.e. “<Pmax_low>;..<Pmax_high>;”. MaxFAPTxPower identifies the limits between which the FAP can self-configure its maximum transmit power. Self-configuration for maximum transmission power is controlled by Capabilities.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.MaxFAPTxPowerConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.MaxFAPTxPowerSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. <Pmax_low>; and <Pmax_high>; are measured in dBm and have a range of -40.0 to 20.0 incremented by 0.1 dB. - 2.0
MaxFAPTxPowerInUse int(-400:200) R The maximum transmission power measured in 0.1 dBm currently used by the FAP. Actual values of the maximum transmission power are -40.0 dBm to 20.0 dBm in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of MaxFAPTxPowerInUse divided by 10 yields the actual value of the maximum transmission power. Self-configuration for maximum transmission power is controlled by Capabilities.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.MaxFAPTxPowerConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.MaxFAPTxPowerSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the self-configuration capability is available and enabled, this parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among the range provided in MaxFAPTxPower. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter contains a value selected by the ACS. - 2.0
PchPwrPercentage unsignedInt(1000:1000000) W Percentage of Max Sector Power Used By Paging Channel (expressed in 0.001 percent). For example, 93333 means 93.333% of the max sector power. - 2.0
PilotPwrPercentage unsignedInt(1000:1000000) W Percentage of Max Sector Power Used By Pilot Channel (expressed in 0.001 percent). For example, 19950 means 19.95% of total. - 2.0
SyncPwrPercentage unsignedInt(1000:1000000) W Percentage of Max Sector Power Used By Sync Channel (expressed in 0.001 percent). For example, 23458 means 23.4% of the max sector power. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.NetworkListenModeConfig. object R This object contains parameters relating to self-configuration of the MaxFAPTxPower of the FAP. - 2.0
RFCNFLMargin unsignedInt W If self-configuration of RFCNFL is enabled, this value indicates the total received signal strength margin to be applied to the entries in RFCNFL when the FAP decides on the RFCNInUse in order to bias the selection of the most preferred frequency. - 2.0
FAPCoverageTarget string(:32) W Defines the target value measured in dB for the range of the FAP’s FL coverage, in terms of RF propagation loss. This value can be used by the FAP’s selfconfiguration algorithms to help derive transmit power levels in the presence of co-channel and adjacent channel interference. FAPCoverageTarget is expressed as a range of the minimum coverage path loss and the maximum coverage path loss with “..” (two periods) between the minimum and maximum values, i.e., “<FAPCoverageTarget_min>..<FAPCoverageTarget_max>”. These values can be used by the FAP’s selfconfiguration algorithms to help derive transmit power levels in the presence of co-channel and adjacent channel interference. <FAPCoverageTarget_min> and <FAPCoverageTarget_max> are measured in dB and have a range of [50,150] incremented by 1 dB. - 2.0
FAPBeaconCoverageTarget string(:32) W Defines the target value measured in dB for the range of the FAP’s FL Beacon coverage, in terms of RF propagation loss. This value can be used by the FAP’s selfconfiguration algorithms to help derive beacon transmit power levels. FAPBeaconCoverageTarget is expressed as a range of the minimum coverage path loss and the maximum coverage path loss with “..” (two periods) between the minimum and maximum values, i.e., “<BeaconCoverageTarget_min>..<BeaconCoverageTarget_max>”. These values can be used by the FAP’s selfconfiguration algorithms to help derive transmit power levels for the beacon(s) in the presence of co-channel and adjacent channel interference.“ <BeaconCoverageTarget_min> and <BeaconCoverageTarget_max> are measured in dB and have a range of [50,150] incremented by 1 dB. - 2.0
MaxCoverageEdgePilotStrength int(-300:0) W The maximum strength of the received pilot energy per chip, Ec, to total received spectral density, Io (signal and noise) desired for FAP users at the edge of the FAP coverage target in units of 0.1 dB. This value can be used by the FAP’s self configuration algorithms to help prevent aggressive transmit power level settings . - 2.0
MaxAllowablePilotStrengthDegradation int(0:150) W The maximum amount in dB by which the strength of the received pilot energy per chip, Ec, to total received spectral density, Io (signal and noise) for alien users can be degraded in the presence of FAP interference at the edge of FAP coverage, in 0.1 dB units. - 2.0
RFCNFLToProtect string(:256)[] W Comma-separated list of strings (maximum number of characters per item 256). Each item is a FL RFCN corresponding to a CDMA2000 carrier that is adjacent to the RFCNFLInUse to be protected from adjacent channel interference. If any of the items in the list are adjacent to the FAP’s own FL channel, the FAP MUST take the PilotStrength and total received power spectral density (Io) measured on these channels into account as part of its maximum transmit power selfconfiguration. The RFCNs in the list can belong to any operator, allowing for protection of the FAP operator’s own macro layer as well as that of other operators. The list should take into account the ability of the FAP to self-configure its own FL RFCN and so SHOULD include any channels (requiring protection) which can potentially be adjacent to the RFCN selected by the FAP. For example, if only adjacent operator protection is needed and the FAP has the ability to self-configure to any channel owned by its operator, this list would be populated with the RFCNs immediately above and below the range of channels owned by the FAP operator. If an empty string then it indicates that there are no channels adjacent to the FAP that require protection, or that self-configuration of the FAP transmit power is not enabled. - 2.0
FAPAllowedAdjChanCoverageHole unsignedInt(30:150) W Defines the maximum allowed coverage hole created on carriers listed in RFCNFLToProtect by the FAP transmission, measured in dB, in terms of RF propagation loss such that the MaxAllowablePilotStrengthDegradation is maintained outside the FAPAllowedAdjChanCoverageHole for MS on that RFCNFLToProtect. This value can be used by the FAP’s self configuration algorithms to help derive transmit power levels. - 2.0
ACIR unsignedInt W AdjacentChannelInterferenceRatio value in dB to be used when determining the coverage hole created on adjacent channels due to leakage. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.AccessParameters. object R The object used for configuring access parameter messages for 1x. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
NomPwr int(-7:8) W Nominal power correction factor used by the mobile in open loop power adjustment. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
InitPwr int(-15:16) W Initial power offset used by the mobile in open loop power adjustment. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
PwrStepIndb unsignedInt(0:7) W Power step increment in successive access probes. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
NomPwrExt unsignedInt(0:1) W NomPwrExt should be zero for BC0 and BC1. For other band classes, NomPwrExt is 1 if Mobile’s correction factor is between -24dBm and -9dBm. Otherwise NomPwrExt is zero. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
APMAuth unsignedInt(0:1) W Enabling/disabling global authentication. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
APMRandUpdatePrd unsignedInt(16:14400) W The period (in seconds) that the BSS updates the RAND value sent via APM. Only 2 second multiples accepted. - 2.0
Initialpwr unsignedInt(0:31) W Initial power offset for access. The base station shall set this field to the correction factor to be used by mobile stations in the open loop power estimate for the initial transmission on an Access Channel, expressed as a two’s complement value in units of dB. - 2.0
PwrStep unsignedInt(0:7) W Power increment. The base station shall set this field to the value by which mobile stations are to increase their transmit power between successive access probes in an access probe sequence, in units of dB. - 2.0
NumStep unsignedInt(0:15) W Number of access probes. The base station shall set this field to one less than the maximum number of access probes mobile stations are to transmit in a single access probe sequence. - 2.0
MaxCapSize unsignedInt(0:7) W Maximum Access Channel message capsule size. The base station shall set this field to the value in the range 0 to 7. MaxCapSize is set to three less than the maximum number of Access Channel frames in an Access Channel message capsule. - 2.0
PreambleSize unsignedInt(0:15) W Access Channel preamble length. The base station shall set this field to one less than the number of Access Channel frames that mobile stations are to transmit in each Access Channel preamble. - 2.0
Psist09 unsignedInt(0:63) W Persistence value for access probes sent by mobiles with Access Overload calls values of 0 - 9. A value of 63 indicates such mobiles are not allowed to send access probes. - 2.0
Psist10 unsignedInt(0:7) W Persistence value for access probes sent by mobiles with Access Overload calls values of 10 (test Mobile). A value of 7 indicates such mobiles are not allowed to send access probes. - 2.0
Psist11 unsignedInt(0:7) W Persistence value for access probes sent by mobiles with Access Overload calls values of 11 (emergency Mobile). A value of 7 indicates such mobiles are not allowed to send access probes. - 2.0
Psist12 unsignedInt(0:7) W Persistence value for access probes sent by mobiles with Access Overload calls values of 12. A value of 7 indicates such mobiles are not allowed to send access probes. - 2.0
Psist13 unsignedInt(0:7) W Persistence value for access probes sent by mobiles with Access Overload calls values of 13. A value of 7 indicates such mobiles are not allowed to send access probes. - 2.0
Psist14 unsignedInt(0:7) W Persistence value for access probes sent by mobiles with Access Overload calls values of 14. A value of 7 indicates such mobiles are not allowed to send access probes. - 2.0
Psist15 unsignedInt(0:7) W Persistence value for access probes sent by mobiles with Access Overload calls values of 15. A value of 7 indicates such mobiles are not allowed to send access probes. - 2.0
MsgPsist unsignedInt(0:7) W Persistence modifier for access channel attempts transmitting a message. - 2.0
RegPsist unsignedInt(0:7) W Persistence modifier for registration message transmission. - 2.0
ProbePNRan unsignedInt(0:9) W Time randomization for access channel probes. - 2.0
AccTmo unsignedInt(0:15) W Access transmission timeout. Two less than the time the mobile has to wait before determining that the probe is not received by the BSS. It is in 80 ms slots. - 2.0
ProbeBkoff unsignedInt(0:15) W One less than maximum number for randomized delay between successive access probes in frames. - 2.0
Bkoff unsignedInt(0:15) W One less than maximum number for randomized delay between successive access sequences in 80 ms slots. - 2.0
MaxReqSeq unsignedInt(0:15) W Maximum number of access probe sequences for an access request. - 2.0
MaxRspSeq unsignedInt(0:15) W Maximum number of access probe sequences for an access response - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.SystemParameters. object R The object used for configuring system parameter messages for 1x - 2.0
RegZone unsignedInt(0:4095) W registration zone number (refer to Section 2.6.5.1.5 of [3GPP2-C.S0005]) - 2.0
TotalZones unsignedInt(0:7) W Total number of zones the mobile shall retain for zone based registration. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
ZoneTimer unsignedInt(0:7) W timer value to be used by the mobile in the zone registration timer. Refer to table 3.7.2.3.2.1-1 of the standard [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
RegPeriod unsignedInt(29:85) W Registration period for timer based registration. Registration period is calculated from the formula 2^(REG_PRD/4) x 0.08 seconds. Thus a value of 59 corresponds to 1853.6 seconds (~ 1/2 hour). See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
SrchWinA unsignedInt(0:15) W Search window size to be used ny the mobile for active set and candidate set. Refer to table 2.6.6.2.1-1 of [3GPP2-C.S0005]. For example, 11 corresponds to 130 chips - 2.0
SrchWinN unsignedInt(0:15) W Search window size to be used by the mobile for neighbor set. Refer to table 2.6.6.2.1-1 of [3GPP2-C.S0005]. For example, 8 corresponds to 60 chips - 2.0
SrchWinR unsignedInt(0:15) W Search window size to be used by the mobile for remaining set. Refer to table 2.6.6.2.1-1 of [3GPP2-C.S0005]. For example, 8 corresponds to 60 chips - 2.0
NghbrMaxAge unsignedInt(0:15) W neighbor set maximum age beyond which the mobiles are supposed to drop a neighbor. This is the count of neighbout list updat or extended neighbor list updates a mobile shall receive before removing a neighbor from the neighbor list. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
PwrRepThresh unsignedInt(0:31) W Power control reporting threshold. Number of bad frames a mobile should receive before sending a PMRM message. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
PwrRepFrames unsignedInt(0:15) W Duration (in number of frames) for measuring bad frames - given by equation 2^(PWR_REP_FRAMES/2) x 5 frames. For example, 6 corresponds to 40 frames. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
PwrThreshEnable unsignedInt(0:1) W enable/disable power measurement report message. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
PwrPeriodEnable unsignedInt(0:1) W enable/disable periodic power measurement report message. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
PwrRepDelay unsignedInt(0:32) W Delay (in unit of four frames) following a PMRM before the mobile restarts counting bad frames for power control measuremnt. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
Rescan unsignedInt(0:1) W If Rescan is set to 1, the mobiles should restart and reinitialize the System Parameters message. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
Tadd unsignedInt(0:63) W Power threshold (in dB) for transferring a neighbor from neighbor set or remaining set to active set. For example, a value of 26 corresponds to -13 dB. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
Tdrop unsignedInt(0:63) W Drop threshold (in dB) to start a handoff timer to drop a neighbor from active or candidate set. For example, 30 corresponds to -15dB. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
Tcomp unsignedInt(0:15) W If a pilot in condidate set exceeds the power of a pilot in active set by threshold, the mobile shall send a power strenght measurement report message. This threshold is defined in unit of 0.5 dB. For example, 5 corresponds to a threshold of 2.5 dB. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
TTdrop unsignedInt(0:15) W Timer value for which an action is taken by the mobile for a neighbor in candidate set or in active set. Refer to Table 2.6.6.2.3-1 of the [3GPP2-C.S0005] for details. For example, 3 corresponds to four seconds - 2.0
InTrafficTadd unsignedInt(0:63) W T-ADD value (in dB) used for in-traffic system parameter message. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
InTrafficTdrop unsignedInt(0:63) W T-Drop value (in dB) used in in-traffic system parameter message. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
InTrafficTcomp unsignedInt(0:15) W T_Comp value (in dB) used for in-traffic system parameter message. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
InTrafficTtdrop unsignedInt(0:15) W T_Tdrop timer value value used for in-traffic system parameter message. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.ExtendedSystemParameters. object R The object used for configuring extended system parameter messages for 1x - 2.0
Prev unsignedInt(0:255) W protocol revision - 2.0
PMinRev unsignedInt(0:255) W minimum protocol revision - 2.0
DeleteForTMSI unsignedInt(0:1) W Delete Foreign TMSI. The base station shall set this field to ‘1’ to cause the mobile station to delete its TMSI if the TMSI was assigned in a different TMSI zone from that specified by the TMSI_ZONE field of this message; otherwise, the base station shall set this field to ‘0’. - 2.0
UseTMSI unsignedInt(0:1) W Use TMSI indicator. The base station shall set this field to the value shown next field corresponding to the type of MSID that the mobile station is to use on the Access Channel. - 2.0
PrefMSIDType unsignedInt(0:3) W Preferred Access Channel Mobile Station Identifier Type. F294. The base station shall set this field to the value shown as below corresponding to the type of MSDI that the mobile station is to use on the Access Channel. [useTMSI] [prefMSIDType] [description] 0 00 IMSI_S and ESN 0 10 IMSI 0 11 IMSI and ESN 1 10 TMSI; IMSI 1 11 TMSI; IMSI and ESN - 2.0
MCC unsignedInt(0:1023) W Mobile Country Code. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
IMSI1112 unsignedInt(0:255) W 11th and 12th digits of IMSI. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
TMSIZoneLen unsignedInt(1:8) W TMSI zone length. The base station shall set this field to the number of octets included in the TMSI_ZONE. The base station shall set this field to a value in the range 1 to 8 inclusive. - 2.0
TMSIZone unsignedInt(0:65535) W TMSI zone. The base station shall set this field to the TMSI zone number as specified in [3GPP2-N.S0010]. - 2.0
BcastIndex unsignedInt(0:7) W Broadcast slot cycle index. To enable periodic broadcast paging, the base station shall set this field to and unsigned 3-bit number in the range 1-7, equal to the broadcast slot cycle index. To disable periodic broadcast paging, the base station shall set this field to ‘000’. - 2.0
IMSITSupported int(0:1) W 1: IMISI_T is supported, 0: IMSI_T is not supported. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
SoftSlope unsignedInt(0:63) W The slope in the inequality criterion for adding a pilot to the Active Set, or dropping a pilot from the Active Set. The base station shall set this field as an unsigned binary number. - 2.0
AddIntercept unsignedInt(0:63) W The intercept in the inequality criterion for adding a pilot to the Active Set. The base station shall set this field as a two’s complement signed binary number, in units of dB. - 2.0
DropIntercept unsignedInt(0:63) W The intercept in the inequality criterion for dropping a pilot from the Active Set. The base station shall set this field as a two’s complement signed binary number, in units of dB. - 2.0
MaxNumAltSo unsignedInt(0:7) W Maximum number of alternative service options. The base station shall set this field to the maximum number of alternative service option numbers that the mobile station is allowed to include in the Origination Message or the Page Response Message. For mobile stations with MOB_P_REVs less than seven, the alternative service options are those service options defined in TSB-58B and related to SERVICE_OPTION in Origination Message and the Page Response Message. For mobile stations with MOB_P_REVs equal to or greater than seven, the alternative service options are those service options defined in TSB-58B without service group number assigned and related to SERVICE_OPTION in Origination Message and the Page Response Message. The base station sets this field to a value greater than zero, in addition, the base station shall allow the mobile station with MOB_P_REVs equal to or greater than 7 to include
  • a 4 or 8-bit service option bitmap in the Origination Message and the Page Response Message;
  • alternative service option numbers, not limited to MAX_ALT_SO_NUM, in the Enhanced Origination Message.
- 2.0
ReselectedIncluded unsignedInt(0:1) W System reselection parameters included. If the base station is including system reselection parameters, the base station shall set this field to ‘1’; otherwise, the base station shall set this field to ‘0’. - 2.0
EcThresh unsignedInt W Pilot power threshold. If RESELECTINCLUDED is set to ‘1’, the base station shall include the field EC_THRESH and set this field to: [ (pilot_power_threshold + 115 ) ] where pilot_power_threshold is the pilot power, Ec, in dBm/1.23 MHz, below which the mobile station is to perform system reselection; otherwise, the base station shall omit this field. - 2.0
EcIoThresh unsignedInt W Pilot Ec / Io threshold. If RESELECTINCLUDED is set to ‘1’, the base station shall include the field EC_I0_THRESH and set this field to: [ - 20 x log10 (pilot_threshold) ] where pilot_threshold is the pilot Ec/Io below which the mobile station is to perform system reselection; otherwise, the base station shall omit this field. - 2.0
PilotReport unsignedInt(0:1) W Pilot reporting indicator. The base station shall set this field to ‘1’ if the mobile station is to report the additional pilots which have pilot strength exceeding T_ADD in all Access Channel messages. The base station shall set this field to ‘0’ if the mobile station is to report the additional pilots which have pilot strengths exceeding T_ADD only in the Origination Message and the Page Response Message. - 2.0
NghbrSetEntryInfo unsignedInt(0:1) W Neighbor Set access entry handoff information included indicator. If the base station is including information on the Neighbor Set access entry handoff, the base station shall set this field to ‘1’; otherwise, the base station shall set this field to ‘0’. - 2.0
AccessHOOrder unsignedInt(0:1) W Access entry handoff permitted indicator. If NghbrSetEntryInfo is set to ‘1’, the base station shall set this field to ‘1’ if the mobile station is permitted to perform an access entry handoff after receiving a message while performing the Mobile Station Order and Message Processing Operation in the Mobile Station Idle State; otherwise, the base station shall set this field to ‘0’. - 2.0
NghbrSetAccessInfo unsignedInt(0:1) W Neighbor Set access handoff included indicator. If the base station is including information on the Neighbor Set access handoff or access probe handoff, the base station shall set this field to ‘1’, otherwise, the base station shall set this field to ‘0’. - 2.0
AccessHO unsignedInt(0:1) W Access handoff permitted indicator. If NghbrSetEntryInfo is set to ‘1’, the base station shall set this field to ‘1’ if the mobile station is permitted to perform an access handoff; otherwise, the base station shall set this field to ‘0’. - 2.0
AccessHOMsgRsp unsignedInt(0:1) W Access handoff permitted for message response indicator. If AccessHO is set to ‘1’, the base station shall include this field and set it as described below; otherwise, the base station shall omit this field. The base station shall set this field to ‘1’ if the mobile station is permitted to perform an access handoff after receiving a message and before responding to that message in the System Access State; otherwise, the base station shall set this field to ‘0’. - 2.0
AccessProbeHO unsignedInt(0:1) W Access probe handoff permitted indicator. If NghbrSetEntryInfo is set to ‘1’, the base station shall set this field to ‘1’ if the base station is permitted to perform an access probe handoff; otherwise, the base station shall set this field to ‘0’. - 2.0
AccHOListUpd unsignedInt(0:1) W Access handoff list update permitted indicator. If AccessProbeHO is included and is set to ‘1’, the base station shall set this field to ‘1’ if the mobile station is permitted to update the access handoff list during an access attempt; otherwise, the base station shall set this field to ‘0’. - 2.0
AccProbeHOOtherMsg unsignedInt(0:1) W Access probe handoff permitted for messages other than the Origination Message and the Page Response Message. If AccessProbeHO is set to ‘1’, the base station shall set this field to ‘1’ if the mobile station is permitted to perform an access probe handoff for messages other than the Origination Message and the Page Response. The base station shall set this field to ‘0’ if the mobile station is permitted to perform an access probe handoff only for the Origination Message and the Page Response Message. - 2.0
MaxNumProbeHO unsignedInt(0:3) W Maximum number of times that mobile station is permitted to perform an access probe handoff. If AccessProbeHO is set to ‘1’, the base station shall set this field to the maximum number of times the mobile station is allowed to perform an access probe handoff within an access attempt minus one. - 2.0
BrdcastGPSAssit unsignedInt(0:1) W If BrdcastGPSAssit is set to 1, then Braodcast GPS assist is supported. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
QPCHSupported unsignedInt(0:1) W Quick Paging Channel Supported Indication. If the base station supports Quick Paging Channel operation, the base station shall set this field to ‘1’; otherwise the base station shall set this field to ‘0’. - 2.0
NumQPCH unsignedInt(1:3) W Number of Quick Paging Channels. If the base station sets QPCHSUPPORTED to ‘1’, the base station shall include this field and set it as described below; otherwise, the base station shall omit this field. The base station shall set this field to the number of Quick Paging Channels on this CDMA Channel. The base station shall not set this field to ‘00’. - 2.0
QPCHRate unsignedInt(0:1) W Quick Paging Channel indicator rate. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. QPCHRate is set as follows: 0: 4800bps; 1: 9600bps. - 2.0
QPCHPwrLevelPage unsignedInt(0:7) W Quick Paging Channel paging indicator transmit power level. QPCHPwrLevelPage is set as follows: 0: 5 dB below; 1: 4 dB below; 2: 3 dB below; 3: 2 dB below; 4: 1 dB below; 5: Same; 6: 1 dB above; 7: 2dB above. - 2.0
QPCHcciSupported unsignedInt(0:1) W Quick Paging Channel configuration change indicator supported. QPCHcciSupported is set as follows: if the base station is to support configuration change indicators on the Quick Paging Channel, QPCHcciSupported to ‘1’; otherwise QPCHcciSupported is set to ‘0’. - 2.0
QPCHPwrLevelConfig unsignedInt(0:255) W Quick Paging Channel configuration change indicator CONFIG transmit power level. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
SDBSupported unsignedInt(0:1) W Short Data Burst supported indicator. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
RLgainTrafficPilot unsignedInt(0:63) W Gain adjustment of the Reverse Traffic Channel relative to the Reverse Pilot Channel for Radio Configurations greater than 2. RLgainTrafficPilot is set to the correction factor to be used by mobile stations in setting the power of a reverse traffic channel, expressed as a two’s complement value in units of 0.125 dB. - 2.0
RvsPwrCtrlDelayIncl unsignedInt(0:1) W Reverse Power Control Delay included indicator. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
RvsPwrCtrlDelay unsignedInt(0:3) W The reverse power control delay. RvsPwrCtrlDelay is setto the closed-loop reverse power control delay minus one (the closed-loop reverse power control delay is the time between the end of a gated-on reverse PCG and the beginning of the Forward Power Control Subchannel in units of 1.25 ms. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.ForwardPwrCtr. object R The object used for configuring extended channel assignment messages for 1x - 2.0
FPCFCHInitSetpt int(-128:127) W Initial Fundamental Channel outer loop Eb/Nt setpoint in 0.125 dB. For example, 56 corresponds to 7 dB. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
FPCSubchanGain int(-16:15) W Forward power control subchannel relative to fwd traffic channel in 0.25 dB. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
RLGainAdj int(-8:7) W Reverse Traffic Channel power relative to access power in dB. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
FPCFCHFER unsignedInt(0:31) W Fundamental Channel target frame error rate. Refer to table 3.7.3.3.2.25-2 of [3GPP2-C.S0005] - 2.0
FPCFCHMinSetpt int(-128:127) W Minimum Fundamental Channel Outer Loop Eb/Nt setpoint in 0.125 dB. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
FPCFCHMaxSetpt int(-128:127) W Maximum Fundamental Channel Outer Loop Eb/Nt setpoint in 0.125 dB. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.HardHandoff. object R This object provides configurable parameters for 1x Handout - 2.0
HandoutEnable boolean W Enabling handout operation. - 2.0
HOPilotPowerThresh int(0:5) W Pilot power threshold (in dB relative to the FAP pilot power) for handout declaration - 2.0
HOPilotDuration unsignedInt(20:50) W Timethreshold for handout declaration (in 100ms) - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.HardHandoff.Stats. object R This object contains statistics for all Handouts of the 1x FAP. - 2.0
TxHORequired unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of Handout Required messages sent to the MSC - 2.0
RxHOCommand unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of Handout Command messegaes received from the MSC - 2.0
HORequiredRejected unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of HO required requests rejected by the MSC - 2.0
HORequiredUnanswered unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of HO required requests for which no response received from the MSC - 2.0
TxUHDM unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number UHDMs sent to mobiles - 2.0
RxNSAck unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of MSAcks received from the mobile in response to UHDM - 2.0
HOFailureCount unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of Handout attempts declared as failure - 2.0
CallDropCount unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total numer of call drops after a HO attempt. RTC lost without MSack - 2.0
TxHOCommence unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Number of Handout Commenced messages sent to MSC - 2.0
RxHOSessionClear unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Number of session clear commands received form the core - 2.0
ReturnOnFailureCount unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of times a Return On Handoff failure was declared - 2.0
OnePilotReportCount unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Number of times only one pilot was reported in HO Required message - 2.0
TwoPilotReportCount unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Number of times only two pilot was reported in HO Required message - 2.0
ThreePilotReportCount unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Number of times only three pilot was reported in HO Required message - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.PowerControl. object R Configuration Managed Object for OTA power control attribute. - 2.0
OneXPCFPCIncl int(0:1) W Whether Forward power control information included in Power Control message - 2.0
OneXPCFPCFCHMinSetpt int(0:255) W The value for the minimum Fundamental Channel Outer Loop Eb/Nt setpoint, in units of 0.125 dB. - 2.0
OneXPCFPCFCHMaxSetpt int(0:255) W The value for the maximum Fundamental Channel Outer Loop Eb/Nt setpoint, in units of 0.125 dB. - 2.0
OneXPCRPCIncl int(0:1) W Whether reverse Power control information included in the Power Control Message. - 2.0
OneXPCFCHChanAdjGain int(-48:48) W Channel adjustment gain (in 0.125 dB) for Reverse Fundamental Channel. - 2.0
OneXPCPwrRepThresh unsignedInt(0:31) W The number of bad frames to be received in a measurement period on the channel which carries the Power Control Subchannel before mobile stations are to generate a Power easurement Report Message - 2.0
OneXPCPwrRepFrames unsignedInt(0:15) W Power control reporting frame count. Number of frames over which the mobile station measures frame errors. For example, 7 corresponds to 55 frames. Refer to [3GPP2-C.S0005] for mapping between this value and the actual frame count. - 2.0
OneXPwrThreshEnable int(0:1) W Threshold report mode indicator. If the mobile station is to generate threshold Power Measurement Report Messages, the base station shall set this field to ‘1’. If the mobile station is not to generate threshold Power Measurement Report Messages, the base station shall set this field to ‘0’. - 2.0
OneXPCPwrPeriodEnable int(0:1) W Periodic report mode indicator. If the mobile station is to generate periodic Power Measurement Report Messages, the base station shall set this field to ‘1’. If the mobile station is not to generate periodic Power Measurement Report Messages, the base station shall set this field to ‘0’. - 2.0
OneXPCPwrRepDelay unsignedInt(0:31) W Power report delay. The period that the mobile station waits following a Power Measurement Report Message before restarting frame counting for power control purposes. The base station shall set this field to the power report delay values in units of 4 frames. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.NeighborList.{i}. object(0:) W

This object contains information common to all neighbors of a sector. This object has only one instance.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for both OneXNeighborIndex and NeighborPN.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables the NeighborList entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for both OneXNeighborIndex and NeighborPN.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
PilotInc int(1:15) W pilot increment policy for this network. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. 1 2.0
OneXNeighborIndex int(0:19) W Macro neighbour index. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. 0 2.0
NeighborConfig string W

Neighbor configuration in terms of number of frequencies having paging channels as defined in Section 3.7.2.3.2 of the [3GPP2-C.S0005] standard Enumeration of:

  • SameConfig
  • SamePaging
  • DiffPaging
  • Unknown
SameConfig 2.0
NeighborPN int(0:511) W PN offset of the neighbor. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. 0 2.0
SearchPriority string W

priority level for serching this neighbor. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. Enumeration of:

  • Low
  • Medium
  • High
  • VeryHigh
Medium 2.0
NeighborBand string W

Neighbor band class. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. Enumeration of:

  • 0
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
- 2.0
NeighborFrequency int(0:2016) W frequency of neighbor. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. 0 2.0
FrequencyIncluded int(0:1) W Flag to indicate if the channel id included. See [3GPP2-C.S0005]. 1 2.0
InTraffic int(0:1) W whether this neighbor can be used for in-traffic neighborlist message 1 2.0
OverheadMsg int(0:1) W whether this neighbor can be used for overhead neighborlist message 1 2.0
BaseIdentifier int W unique identifire of the neighboring cell (optional) 0 2.0
AirInterface string W

Air interface technology of the neighbor. Enumeration of:

  • OneX
  • IS95
  • HRPD
  • Other
OneX 2.0
HandOutCapable int(0:1) W Flag to indicate if the handOutCapability is possible. 0 2.0
OneXNeighborLongitude string(:16) W Longitude for this neighbor. Parameter is a string representing a floating point real number (+/- XXX.YY). Where + for East, - for West, XXX.Y ranges between 0.0 and 180.0 . 2.0
OneXNeighborLatitude string(:16) W Lattitude for this neighbor. Parameter is a string representing a floating point number (+/-XX.Y). + for North, - for South, XX.Y ranges between 0.0 and 90.0. 2.0
OneXNeighborMSCId unsignedInt(0:16777215) W IOS MSCID of the neighbors. See [3GPP2-A.S0014]. 0 2.0
OneXNeighborIOSCellId unsignedInt(0:65535) W Cell Identifier of the neighbor (formatted according to Cell Identification Discriminator = ‘0000 0010’, i.e., 12-bit cell value and 4-bit sector value). See [3GPP2-A.S0014]. 0 2.0
ForceInOverhead boolean W If ForceInOverhead is set to true, the FAP SHOULD include this Neighbor List entry in the Neighbor List overhead messages (see [3GPP2-C.S0005]. Otherwise, ForceInOverhead is set to false, in which case the FAP MAY include this Neighbor List entry in the Neighbor List overhead messages. false 2.0
IncludedInOverhead boolean R If IncludedInOverhead is set to true, the FAP is currently including this Neighbor List entry in the Neighbor List overhead messages (see [3GPP2-C.S0005]. Otherwise, IncludedInOverhead is set to false. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.APIDM. object R This object can be configured only if Capabilities.CDMA2000.OneX.FemtoOverheadMessagesCapable is set to true. - 2.0
AssociationType unsignedInt(0:7) W The FAP shall set this field to the value shown in [3GPP2-C.S0005] corresponding to the configuration of the base station. - 2.0
APIDLEN unsignedInt(0:15) W The FAP shall set this field to the length of the access point identification in units of 16 bits. Refer to [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
APID hexBinary(0:16) W Access Point Identification. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definition. - 2.0
APIDMASK unsignedInt(0:255) W Access Point identification Mask. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definition. - 2.0
IOSMSCID unsignedInt(0:16777215) W MSC_ID of the base station. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definition. - 2.0
IOSCELLID unsignedInt(0:65535) W CELL_ID of the base station. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definition. - 2.0
INTRAFREQHOHYSINCL boolean W This field indicates whether the INTRAFREQHOHYS field is valid and included in Access Point Identification message. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definition. - 2.0
INTRAFREQHOHYS unsignedInt(0:127) W Intra Frequency Handoff Hysteresis. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definition. - 2.0
INTRAFREQHOSLOPEINCL boolean W This field indicates whether the INTRAFREQHOSLOPE field is valid and included in Access Point Identification message. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definition. - 2.0
INTRAFREQHOSLOPE unsignedInt(0:63) W Intra Frequency Handoff Slope. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definition. - 2.0
INTERFREQHOHYSINCL boolean W This field indicates whether the INTERFREQHOHYS field is valid and included in Access Point Identification message. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definition. - 2.0
INTERFREQHOHYS unsignedInt(0:127) W Inter frequency handoff hysteresis. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definition. - 2.0
INTERFREQHOSLOPEINCL boolean W This field indicates whether the INTERFREQHOSLOPE field is valid and included in Access Point Identification message. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definition. - 2.0
INTERFREQHOSLOPE unsignedInt(0:63) W Inter frequency handoff slope. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definition. - 2.0
INTERFREQSRCHTHINCL boolean W This field indicates whether the INTERFREQSRCHTH field is valid and included in Access Point Identification message. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definition. - 2.0
INTERFREQSRCHTH unsignedInt(0:31) W Inter-frequency search threshold. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.APIDTM. object R This object can be configured only if Capabilities.CDMA2000.OneX.FemtoOverheadMessagesCapable is set to true. - 2.0
APIDTEXTCHARiLEN unsignedInt(0:256) W Access Point identification Text CHARi field Length (APIDTEXTCHARi). Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions - 2.0
APIDTEXTMSGENCODING unsignedInt(0:31) W Access Point identification Text message encoding. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] and [3GPP2-C.R1001] for definitions - 2.0
APIDTEXTCHARi string(:256) W Access Point Identification Text. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] and [3GPP2-C.R1001] for definitions. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.APPIM. object R This object can be configured only if Capabilities.CDMA2000.OneX.FemtoOverheadMessagesCapable is set to true. - 2.0
LIFETIME unsignedInt(0:255) W Lifetime of the information in the access point pilot information record. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions - 2.0
NUMAPPIREC unsignedInt(0:511) W The number of entries for CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.APPIM.APPIREC.{i}. - 2.0
APPIRECNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the APPIREC table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.RAN.APPIM.APPIREC.{i}. object(0:) W

This object can be configured only if Capabilities.CDMA2000.OneX.FemtoOverheadMessagesCapable is set to true.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for all of APSID, APNID, APBAND, APFREQ, APPNRECTYPE, APPNRECLEN and APPNREC.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables the APPIREC entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for all of APSID, APNID, APBAND, APFREQ, APPNRECTYPE, APPNRECLEN and APPNREC.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
APASSNTYPE unsignedInt(0:7) W Access point association type the access point pilot information record. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions 0 2.0
APSIDSAMEASPREVIOUS unsignedInt(0:1) W SID same as previous indicator in the access point pilot information record. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions 0 2.0
APNIDSAMEASPREVIOUS unsignedInt(0:1) W NID same as previous indicator in the access point pilot information record. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions 0 2.0
APBANDSAMEASPREVIOUS unsignedInt(0:1) W Bandclass same as previous indicator in the access point pilot information record. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions 0 2.0
APFREQSAMEASPREVIOUS unsignedInt(0:1) W Frequency same as previous indicator in the access point pilot information record. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions 0 2.0
APPNRECSAMEASPREVIOUS unsignedInt(0:1) W PN offset same as previous indicator in the access point pilot information record. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions 0 2.0
APSID unsignedInt(0:32767) W Access point SID in the access point pilot information record. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions 0 2.0
APNID unsignedInt(0:65535) W Access point NID in the access point pilot information record. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions 0 2.0
APBAND unsignedInt(0:31) W Access point bandclass in the access point pilot information record. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions 0 2.0
APFREQ unsignedInt(0:2047) W Access point frequency in the access point pilot information record. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions 0 2.0
APPNRECTYPE unsignedInt(0:7) W Access point PN offset in the access point pilot information record. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions 0 2.0
APPNRECLEN unsignedInt(0:31) W Length in octets of the access point PN record (APPNREC) in the access point pilot information record. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions 0 2.0
APPNREC hexBinary(0:31) W Access point PN Record in the access point pilot information record. Refer [3GPP2-C.S0005] for definitions 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.PCFConfig. object R CDMA2000 1x PCF configuration information. - 2.0
PCFPDSNHealthMonitorInterval unsignedInt(0:180) W PDSN health check monitor interval in seconds. Setting the value to 0 disables the PDSN Health Monitoring Feature. Setting any non-zero value enables the PDSN Health Monitoring Feature and sets that non-zero value as the timer interval. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.PCFConfig.PCFPerformanceStats. object R This object is used in obtaining the PCF stats - 2.0
A10SetupFailureNoReason unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with an unspecified reason (A11 error code : 0x80) - 2.0
A10SetupFailureAdminProhibit unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with a reason “Admin Prohibited” (A11 error code : 0x81). - 2.0
A10SetupFailureInsuffResources unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with a reason “Insufficient Resources” (A11 error code: 0x82). - 2.0
A10SetupFailureFailedAuth unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with a reason “Mobile Node Authentication Failure” (A11 error code: 0x83). - 2.0
A10SetupFailureIdMismatch unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with a reason “Id Mismatch” (A11 error code: 0x85) - 2.0
A10SetupFailureMalformedReq unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with a reason “Malformed Request” (A11 error code: 0x86) - 2.0
A10SetupFailureUnknownPDSN unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with a reason “Unknown PDSN” (A11 error code: 0x88) - 2.0
A10SetupFailureUnsuppVendId unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with a reason “Unsupported Vendor Id” (A11 error code: 0x89) - 2.0
TotalA10ClosedByRnc unsignedInt R Number of A10 closed by the FAP RNC. - 2.0
TotalA10ClosedByPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 closed by the PDSN. - 2.0
TotalA10SuccessPages unsignedInt R Numebr of A10 Pages initiated by PCFsucceeded. - 2.0
TotalA10FailedPages unsignedInt R Numebr of A10 Pages initiated by PCF failed. - 2.0
TotalA10IngressBytes unsignedInt R Number of bytes received from the PDSN. - 2.0
TotalA10EgressBytes unsignedInt R Number of bytes transmitted to the PDSN - 2.0
A10RegUpdateReceived unsignedInt R Number of A10 Registration updates received by the FAP PCF - 2.0
TotalA10DroppedPages unsignedInt R Number of A10 Pages initiated by PCF dropped - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.BatchPCFPDSN.{i}. object(0:) W

The Batch configuration Object used to configure PDSN table using a start and end IP address. The order of the address is used as part of PDSN selection algorithm, e.g., the first element is considered PDSN number 0. (Refer to [3GPP2-A.S0013]). To get individual PDSN entries use the CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.PCFPDSN.{i}..

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for BatchTableNumber.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables the BatchPCFPDSN entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for BatchTableNumber.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
BatchTableNumber int(0:127) W The BatchTable Number should be given only once during the creation of a Batch Table. This is the Key Attribute that uniquely identifies a BatchTable entry. This number indicates the index of this batch to determine the PDSN number in the PDSN selection algorithm ([3GPP2-A.S0013]). 0 2.0
BatchTableStartIPAddress string(:45) W [IPAddress] Start IP address of the range of PDSNs. 2.0
BatchTableEndIPAddress string(:45) W [IPAddress] End IP address of the range of PDSNs. 2.0
BatchTableSecurityParameterIndex unsignedInt(256:4294967295) W Security Parameter Index to be used. 0 2.0
BatchTableSecretKey hexBinary(0:16) W Secret key in 32-digit hexidecimal representation. 2.0
BatchTableIOSVersion string W

IOS Version of this PDSN. Enumeration of:

  • TIA-878-ballot
  • TIA-878-1
  • TIA-878-a
  • TIA-878-legacy
TIA-878-a 2.0
BatchTablePDSNAdminStatus int(0:1) W Administrative status of this PDSN. 0- UP 1-DOWN. 0 2.0
PDSNType string W

Indicates the PDSN type for this batch. Enumeration of:

  • OneX
  • HRPDRev0
  • HRPDRevA
HRPDRevA 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.PCFPDSN.{i}. object(0:) W

PCFPDSN Object configured for 1x. CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.BatchPCFPDSN.{i}. table should be used to configure PDSN details.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for all of PDSNNumber, SecurityParameterIndex and SecurityKey.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables the PCFPDSN entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for all of PDSNNumber, SecurityParameterIndex and SecurityKey.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
PDSNNumber int(0:127) W Index of this PDSN object in the PCFPDSNCollection array. The index is used as PDSN number in PDSN selection algorithm. ([3GPP2-A.S0013]) 0 2.0
SecurityParameterIndex unsignedInt(256:4294967295) W Security Parameter Index used 0 2.0
SecurityKey hexBinary(0:16) W Secret key in 32-digit hexidecimal representation. 2.0
IOSVersion string W

HRPD IOS Version of this PDSN. Enumeration of:

  • TIA-878-ballot
  • TIA-878-1
  • TIA-878-a
  • TIA-878-legacy
TIA-878-ballot 2.0
PDSNadminStatus int(0:1) W Administrative status of this PDSN. 0- UP 1-DOWN. 0 2.0
PDSNHealthStatus unsignedInt(0:1) W Reachability status of this PDSN. 0-unreachable, 1-reachable. 0 2.0
PDSNIPAddress string(:45) W [IPAddress] IP address of the PDSN. 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.PCFPDSN.{i}.A11RegUpdateStats. object R This object is used in obtaining the A11 Registration Update stats for each PDSN - 2.0
PDSNNumberRegUpdatePerf int(0:127) R The PDSN Number - 2.0
PDSNIPAddressRegUpdatePerf string(:45) R [IPAddress] The IP Address of the PDSN for which the A11 Reg Update stats is obtained - 2.0
A11RegUpdateReceivedPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-update messages receieved from a PDSN - 2.0
A11RegUpdateIDCheckFailPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages receieved from a PDSN that failed ID validation - 2.0
A11RegUpdateAuthCheckFailPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN that failed Authentication - 2.0
A11RegUpdateForUnknownPSIPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with unknown PSI - 2.0
A11RegUpdateUnspecifiedReasonPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with unspecified reason code - 2.0
A11RegUpdatePppTimeoutPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “PPP Timeout” - 2.0
A11RegUpdateRegistrationTimeoutPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “Registration Timeout” - 2.0
A11RegUpdatePDSNErrorPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “PDSN Error” - 2.0
A11RegUpdateInterPCFHandoffPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “Inter PCF Handoff” - 2.0
A11RegUpdateInterPDSNHandoffPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “Inter PDSN Handoff” - 2.0
A11RegUpdatePDSNOAMPInterventionPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “PDSN OAMP Intervention” - 2.0
A11RegUpdateAccountingErrorPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “Accounting Error” - 2.0
A11RegUpdateUserFailedAuthenticationPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “User Failed Authentication” - 2.0
A11RegUpdateUnknownCauseCodePDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with Unknown Cause Code - 2.0
A11RegUpdateWithoutReasonCodePDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with PDSN Code Not Included - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.PCFPDSN.{i}.PCFPDSNStats. object R This object is used in obtaining the PCF PDSN stats for each PDSN - 2.0
A10SetupAttemptsPDSN unsignedInt R Number of attempts the PCF made to establish an A10 connection with PDSN. If PCF fails establishing such a connection on this PDSN and goes on to use another PDSN for that connection, it will be counted as two setup attempts. - 2.0
A10SetupSuccessesPDSN unsignedInt R Number of times PCF succeeded in establishing an A10 connection with this PDSN. - 2.0
A10SetupBlocksPDSN unsignedInt R Number of times PCF was blocked in establishing an A10 connection with this PDSN. - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedIdMismatchPDSN unsignedInt R Number ofA11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Id Mismatch” (A11 error code: 0x85) by the PDSN - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedUnknownPDSNPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Unknown PDSN” (A11 error code: 0x88)by the PDSN. - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedNoReasonPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Request denied with no reason code by the PDSN. - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedAdminProhibitPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Admin Prohibited” (A11 error code : 0x81) by the PDSN. - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedInsuffResourcesPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Insufficient Resources” (A11 error code: 0x82) by the PDSN. - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedFailedAuthPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Mobile Node Authentication Failure” (A11 error code: 0x83) by the PDSN. - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedMalformedReqPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Malformed Request” (A11 error code: 0x86) by the PDSN - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedUnsuppVendIdPDSN unsignedInt R Number ofA11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Unsupported Vendor Id” (A11 error code: 0x8D)by the PDSN - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedReverseTunnelUnavailablePDSN unsignedInt R Number ofA11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Reverse Tunnel Unavailable” (A11 error code: 0x89)by the PDSN - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedReverseTunnelTbitNotSetPDSN unsignedInt R Number ofA11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Reverse Tunnel Tbit Not Set” (A11 error code: 0x8A)by the PDSN - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedUnknownErrorCodePDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Request denied with an unspecified reason (A11 error code : 0x80) by the PDSN - 2.0
A10RegReqForRegistrationRetransmissionsPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Requests retransmitted during A10 setup - 2.0
A10RegReqForReRegistrationRetransmissionsPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Requests retransmitted during A10 reregistration - 2.0
A10RegReqForReleaseRetransmissionsPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Requests retransmitted during A10 realease - 2.0
PDSNNumberPDSNPerf int(0:127) R The PDSN Number - 2.0
PDSNipAddressPDSNPerf string(:45) R [IPAddress] The IP Address of the PDSN for which the PCF PDSN stats is obtained - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.Stats. object R This object contains 1x FAP statistics aggregated over all connections of all users over all sectors. - 2.0
RegistrationAttempts unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of registration attempts - 2.0
RegistrationFails unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of registrations failed - 2.0
RegistrationsBlocked unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Unauthorized registrations blocked by admission control - 2.0
PageAttempts unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of attemots to page requests received from the core - 2.0
PageFails unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of page requests rejected or not responded - 2.0
VoiceCallAttempts unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of voice call attempts - 2.0
VoiceCallFailures unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of voice call attempts which failed for various reasons - 2.0
VoiceCallsBlocked unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of voice calls blocked due to lack of authorization - 2.0
VoiceCallsDropped unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Number of voice calls dropped due to various reasons other than a normal call release - 2.0
DataCallAttempts unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of data call attempts - 2.0
DataCallFailures unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of data call attemots failed for various reasons - 2.0
DataCallsBlocked unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of data calls failed due to lack of authorization - 2.0
DataCallsDropped unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of data calls dropped due to reasons other than a normal release. - 2.0
AverageVoiceCall unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Average voice call duration in milliseconds. - 2.0
AverageDataCall unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Average data call duration in milliseconds - 2.0
AverageSessionInSec unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Average session duration in seconds. - 2.0
TotalVoiceCalls unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of successful voice calls - 2.0
TotalDataCalls unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Total number of successful data calls - 2.0
FwdVoicePacketDropPercentage unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Percentage of voice packets dropped in MAC due to signaling - 2.0
RevVoicePacketDropPercentage unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Percentage of voice packets received with bad FQI - 2.0
FwdAvgDataRate unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Average data rate of the scheduler on the forward link - 2.0
RevAvgDataRate unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Average data rate of the scheduler on reverse link - 2.0
BcIndexZeroToOneTransitions unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Num of times the bcIndex was changed from 0 to 1 in the Extended System Parameters Message. - 2.0
BcIndexOneToZeroTransitions unsignedInt(0:4294967295) R Num of times the bcIndex was changed from 0 to 1 in the Extended System Parameters Message. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.OneX.Redirect. object R CDMA2000 1x service redirection parameters. - 2.0
RedirectChannelNumber unsignedInt(0:2047) W The channel number set from ACS that the FAP uses to redirect the MS in case of closed access or when exceeding session capacity. The ACS shall push this if the the operator has provided this information in a configuration file. If this is not configured, the FAP rejects the AT. The supported range is 0..2047. - 2.0
RedirectBandClass unsignedInt(0:31) W The bandclass set from ACS that the FAP uses to redirect the MS incase of closed access or when exceeding session capacity. The ACS shall push this if the the operator has provided this information in a configuration file. If this is not configured, the FAP rejects the MS. The supported range is 0..9. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD. object R The object contains attributes related to HRPD. - 2.0
PCFPDSNNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the PCFPDSN table. - 2.0
MaxBatchPCFPDSNEntries unsignedInt R Maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.BatchPCFPDSN.{i}. table. - 2.0
BatchPCFPDSNNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the BatchPCFPDSN table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.RAN. object R The object contains attributes related to HRPD RAN. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.RAN.RF. object R Contains the details related to HRPD RF - 2.0
HRPDCarBandClass unsignedInt(0:31) W The Band Class this HRPD Carrier object is to operate on. Reference - [3GPP2-C.S0057], Band Class Specification for CDMA2000 Spread Spectrum Systems. - 2.0
RFCNFL string(:64)[1] W Comma-separated list (at least 1 items) of strings (maximum number of characters per item 64). Each item is a FL Radio Frequency Channel Number (RFCN). Self-configuration for RFCNFL is controlled by Capabilities.CDMA2000.HRPD.SelfConfig.RFCNFLConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.CDMA2000.HRPD.SelfConfig.RFCNFLSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the FAP’s self-configuration capability for RFCNFL is available and enabled, this parameter MAY contain more than one item and the FAP is expected to select one from the list for RFCNFLInUse. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter SHOULD contain only a single item. If multiple items are specified, they are done in the order of preference. - 2.0
RFCNFLInUse unsignedInt R The FL RFCN being used by the FAP. Self-configuration for RFCNFL is controlled by Capabilities.CDMA2000.HRPD.SelfConfig.RFCNFLConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.CDMA2000.HRPD.SelfConfig.RFCNFLSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the self-configuration capability is available and enabled, this parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among the choices provided in RFCNFL. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter contains the first value in RFCNFL. - 2.0
PilotPN string(:64)[] W Comma-separated list of strings (maximum number of characters per item 64). (maximum length 32) (minimum 1 items) of strings. Each item is a pilot PN offset in units of 64 PN chips. Self-configuration for pilot PN is controlled by Capabilities.CDMA2000.HRPD.SelfConfig.PilotPNConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.CDMA2000.HRPD.SelfConfig.PilotPNSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the FAP’s self-configuration capability for Pilot PN Offset is available and enabled, this parameter MAY contain more than one item and the FAP is expected to select one from the list for PilotPNInUse. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter SHOULD contain only a single item. The multiplicity of the PN offsets values can also be expressed by defining a range using “..” (two periods) between two values. In this case, the combination of two values defines the lower-bound and upper-bound of the range inclusive. The order of the items has no significance. - 2.0
PilotPNInUse unsignedInt W The Pilot PN Offset being used by the FAP. Self-configuration for Pilot PN Offset is controlled by Capabilities.CDMA2000.HRPD.SelfConfig.PilotPNConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.CDMA2000.HRPD.SelfConfig.PilotPNSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the self-configuration capability is available and enabled, this parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among the choices provided in PilotPN. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter contains the first value in PilotPN. - 2.0
MaxFAPTxPower string(:64) W Defines the maximum transmission power allowed on the FAP. MaxFAPTxPower is expressed as a range of allowed maximum power levels with “..” (two periods) between the upper and lower values, i.e. “<;Pmax_low>..<;Pmax_high>”. MaxFAPTxPower identifies the limits between which the FAP can self-configure its maximum transmit power. Self-configuration for maximum transmission power is controlled by Capabilities.CDMA2000.HRPD.SelfConfig.MaxFAPTxPowerConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.CDMA2000.HRPD.SelfConfig.MaxFAPTxPowerSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. <;Pmax_low> and <;Pmax_high> are measured in dBm and have a range of -40.0 to 20.0 incremented by 0.1 dB. - 2.0
MaxFAPTxPowerInUse int(-200:200) W The maximum transmission power measured in 0.1 dBm currently used by the FAP. Actual values of the maximum transmission power are -40.0 dBm to 20.0 dBm in steps of 0.1 dBm. The value of MaxFAPTxPowerInUse divided by 10 yields the actual value of the maximum transmission power. Self-configuration for maximum transmission power is controlled by Capabilities.CDMA2000.HRPD.SelfConfig.MaxFAPTxPowerConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.CDMA2000.HRPD.SelfConfig.MaxFAPTxPowerSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. If the self-configuration capability is available and enabled, this parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among the range provided in MaxFAPTxPower. If the self-configuration capability is not available or not enabled, then this parameter contains a value selected by the ACS. - 2.0
ControlChannelRate int W The data rate of the Control Channel of this HRPD SectorElement object. Reference - [3GPP2-C.S0024-B], CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification, section-10.4.1.3.2.4 - 2.0
SyncCapsuleOffset int(0:3) W The offset from the control channel cycle boundary at which the synchronous capsules are to be transmitted for this HRPD SectorElement object. Reference -[3GPP2-C.S0024-B], CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification, section-9.2.6.1.4.1.2 - 2.0
RabLength int(8,16,32,64) W The Reverse Activity Bit (RAB) length measured in slots for this HRPD SectorElement object. Reference -[3GPP2-C.S0024-B], CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification, section-7.8.6.2.2, Table 9.7.6.2-2. - 2.0
RabOffset int(0:7) W The Reverse Activity Bit (RAB) offset for this HRPD SectorElement object. Reference - [3GPP2-C.S0024-B], CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification, section-7.8.6.2.2. - 2.0
SectorID hexBinary(16) W The 128 bit Sector ID for this HRPD SectorElement object. The Sector ID is used in the computation of the long code mask. See [3GPP2-C.S0024-B], CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification. - 2.0
ColorCode int(0:255) W The HRPD color code associated with this sector-element. Reference -[3GPP2-C.S0024-B], CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification - 2.0
SubnetMaskLength int(0:104) W SubnetMaskLength is the length of the HRPD SubnetMask in bits. See [3GPP2-C.S0024-B], CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification - 2.0
HRPDSecElReverseLinkSilenceDuration int(0:3) W Duration of the Reverse Link Silence Interval in units of frames. The duration of the silence interval to be maintained on the reverse link. Reference -[3GPP2-C.S0024-B], CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification. Section-9.4.6.1.4.1.1. - 2.0
HRPDSecElReverseLinkSilencePeriod int(0:3) W The Reverse Link Silence Interval is defined as the time interval of duration ReverseLinkSilenceDuration frames that starts at times T where T is the CDMA System Time in units of frames and it satisfies the following equation: T mod (2048 x 2^(ReverseLinkSilencePeriod) - 1) = 0. The period in the access cycle duration for which the silence interval shall be maintained on the reverse link. [3GPP2-C.S0024-B], CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification. Section-9.4.6.1.4.1.1. - 2.0
OpenLoopAdjust int(0:255) W The open loop adjustment (in dB) for the access parameters of this sector-element. FAP sets this field to the negative of the nominal power to be used by ATs in the open loop power estimate, expressed as an unsigned value in units of 1 dB. The value used by the AT is -1 times the value of this field. Reference -[3GPP2-C.S0024-B], CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification. Section-9.4.6.2.6 - 2.0
ProbeInitialAdjust int(-15:15) W The probe initial adjustment (in dB) for the access parameters of this sector-element. FAP sets this field to the correction factor to be used by ATs in the open loop power estimate for the initial transmission on the Access Channel, expressed as a two’s complement value in units of 1 dB. Reference -[3GPP2-C.S0024-B], CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification. Section-9.4.6.2.6 - 2.0
ProbeNumSteps int(1:15) W The number of power level steps for access probes for the access parameters of this sector-element. FAP sets this field to the maximum number of access probes ATs are to transmit in a single access probe sequence. The access network shall set this field to a value in the range [1 … 15]. Reference -[3GPP2-C.S0024-B], CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification. Section-9.4.6.2.6 - 2.0
ProbePowerStep int(0:15) W The power step size (in 0.5 dB) applied to successive probes on the access channel associated with this sector-element. Probe power increase step. FAPsets this field to the increase in power between probes, in resolution of 0.5 dB. Reference -[3GPP2-C.S0024-B], CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification. Section-9.4.6.2.6 - 2.0
APersistence string(:16) W The A-Persistence vector, as per HRPD specification, for controlling contention access on the access channel associated with this sector-element. Reference - [3GPP2-C.S0024-B], CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification. Section-9.4.6.2.6. Format is “0xAABBCCDD”, where AA, BB, CC, DD are in the range “01” through “3F” hex. - 2.0
RSSIRABThreshold int(-1600:1600) W RAB threshold for RSSI based RAB algorithm. - 2.0
LoadRABThreshold unsignedInt(0:480) W RAB threshold for Load based RAB algorithm in units of 0.125 dB. - 2.0
ConnectionRateLimit unsignedInt(0:3) W 4 different configurations. - 2.0
RfeRLBalanceRatio unsignedInt(1:20) W Config Parameter for DRC based rate control - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.PCFConfig. object R CDMA2000 HRPD PCF configuration parameters. - 2.0
PCFPDSNHealthMonitorInterval unsignedInt(0:180) W PDSN health check monitor interval in seconds. Setting the value to 0 disables the PDSN Health Monitoring Feature. Setting any non-zero value enables the PDSN Health Monitoring Feature and sets that non-zero value as the timer interval. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.PCFConfig.PCFPerformanceStats. object R This object is used in obtaining the PCF stats - 2.0
A10SetupFailureNoReason unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with an unspecified reason (A11 error code : 0x80) - 2.0
A10SetupFailureAdminProhibit unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with a reason “Admin Prohibited” (A11 error code : 0x81). - 2.0
A10SetupFailureInsuffResources unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with a reason “Insufficient Resources” (A11 error code: 0x82). - 2.0
A10SetupFailureFailedAuth unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with a reason “Mobile Node Authentication Failure” (A11 error code: 0x83). - 2.0
A10SetupFailureIdMismatch unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with a reason “Id Mismatch” (A11 error code: 0x85) - 2.0
A10SetupFailureMalformedReq unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with a reason “Malformed Request” (A11 error code: 0x86) - 2.0
A10SetupFailureUnknownPDSN unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with a reason “Unknown PDSN” (A11 error code: 0x88) - 2.0
A10SetupFailureUnsuppVendId unsignedInt R Number of times the PCF was refused an A10 connection with a reason “Unsupported Vendor Id” (A11 error code: 0x89) - 2.0
TotalA10ClosedByRnc unsignedInt R Number of A10 closed by the FAP RNC - 2.0
TotalA10ClosedByPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 closed by the PDSN - 2.0
TotalA10SuccessPages unsignedInt R Numebr of A10 Pages initiated by PCFsucceeded - 2.0
TotalA10FailedPages unsignedInt R Numebr of A10 Pages initiated by PCF failed - 2.0
TotalA10IngressBytes unsignedInt R Number of bytes received from the PDSN - 2.0
TotalA10EgressBytes unsignedInt R Number of bytes transmitted to the PDSN - 2.0
A10RegUpdateReceived unsignedInt R Number of A10 Registration updates received by the FAP PCF - 2.0
TotalA10DroppedPages unsignedInt R Number of A10 Pages initiated by PCF dropped - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.BatchPCFPDSN.{i}. object(0:) W

The Batch configuration Object used to configure PDSN table using a start and end IP address. The order of the address is used as part of PDSN selection algorithm, e.g., the first element is considered PDSN number 0 (refer to [3GPP2-A.S0008] and [3GPP2-A.S0009]). To get individual PDSN entries use the CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.PCFPDSN.{i}..

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for all of BatchTableNumber, BatchTableSecurityParameterIndex and BatchTableSecretKey.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables the BatchPCFPDSN entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for all of BatchTableNumber, BatchTableSecurityParameterIndex and BatchTableSecretKey.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
BatchTableNumber int(0:127) W The BatchTable Number should be given only once during the creation of a Batch Table. This is the Key Attribute that uniquely identifies a BatchTable entry 0 2.0
BatchTableStartIPAddress string(:45) W [IPAddress] Start IP address of the range of PDSNs 2.0
BatchTableEndIPAddress string(:45) W [IPAddress] End IP address of the range of PDSNs 2.0
BatchTableSecurityParameterIndex unsignedInt(256:4294967295) W Security Parameter Index to be used 0 2.0
BatchTableSecretKey hexBinary(0:16) W Secret key in 32-digit hexidecimal representation. 2.0
BatchTableIOSVersion string W

HRPD IOS Version of this PDSN Enumeration of:

  • TIA-878-ballot
  • TIA-878-1
  • TIA-878-a
  • TIA-878-legacy
TIA-878-a 2.0
BatchTablePDSNAdminStatus int(0:1) W Administrative status of this PDSN. 0- UP 1-DOWN. 0 2.0
PDSNType string(:32) W Indicates the PDSN type for this batch. HRPD RevA 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.PCFPDSN.{i}. object(0:) W

PCFPDSN Object configured for HRPD. CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.BatchPCFPDSN.{i}. table should be used to configure PDSN details.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for all of PDSNNumber, SecurityParameterIndex and SecurityKey.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables the PCFPDSN entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with the same values for all of PDSNNumber, SecurityParameterIndex and SecurityKey.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
PDSNNumber int(0:127) W Index of this PDSN object in the PCFPDSNCollection array. The index is used as PDSN number in PDSN selection algorithm (refer to [3GPP2-A.S0008] and [3GPP2-A.S0009]) 0 2.0
SecurityParameterIndex unsignedInt(256:4294967295) W Security Parameter Index used 256 2.0
SecurityKey hexBinary(0:16) W Secret key in 32-digit hexidecimal representation. 2.0
IOSVersion string W

HRPD IOS Version of this PDSN Enumeration of:

  • TIA-878-ballot
  • TIA-878-1
  • TIA-878-a
  • TIA-878-legacy
TIA-878-a 2.0
PDSNadminStatus int(0:1) W Administrative status of this PDSN. 0- UP 1-DOWN. 0 2.0
PDSNHealthStatus unsignedInt(0:1) W Reachability status of this PDSN. 0-unreachable, 1-reachable. 0 2.0
PDSNIPAddress string(:45) W [IPAddress] IP address of the PDSN. 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.PCFPDSN.{i}.A11SessionUpdateStats. object R This object is used in obtaining the A11 Session Update stats for each PDSN - 2.0
PDSNNumberSessionUpdatePerf int(0:127) R The PDSN Number - 2.0
PDSNIPAddressSessionUpdatePerf string(:45) R [IPAddress] The IP Address of the PDSN for which the A11 Session Update stats is obtained - 2.0
A11SessionUpdateReceivedPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Session Updates received from a PDSN - 2.0
A11SessionUpdateAcceptedPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Session Updates accepted for a PDSN - 2.0
A11SessionUpdateExtendedAPIPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Session Updates received from this PDSN that contained extended API - 2.0
A11SessionUpdateForUnknownPSIPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Session Updates received from this PDSN that conatained unknown PSI - 2.0
A11SessionUpdateDeniedIDCheckFailPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Session Updates received from this PDSN denied due to reason code “ID Check Failed “ - 2.0
A11SessionUpdateDeniedAuthCheckFailPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Session Updates received from this PDSN denied due to reason code“Auth Check Failed“ - 2.0
A11SessionUpdateDeniedReasonUnspecifiedPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Session Updates received from this PDSN denied due to reason code “Unspecified Reason” - 2.0
A11SessionUpdateDeniedPoorlyFormedPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Session Updates received from this PDSN denied due to reason code “Poorly Formed” - 2.0
A11SessionUpdateDeniedSessionParamsNotUpdatedPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Session Updates received from this PDSN denied due to reason code “Parameters Not Updated” - 2.0
A11SessionUpdateDeniedQoSProfileIdNotSupportedPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Session Updates received from this PDSN denied due to reason code “QoS Profile Id Not Updated” - 2.0
A11SessionUpdateDeniedInsufficientResourcesPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Session Updates received from this PDSN denied due to reason code “Insufficient Resources” - 2.0
A11SessionUpdateDeniedHandoffInProgressPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Session Updates received from this PDSN denied due to reason code“Handoff In Progress“ - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.PCFPDSN.{i}.A11RegUpdateStats. object R This object is used in obtaining the A11 Registration Update stats for each PDSN. - 2.0
PDSNNumberRegUpdatePerf int(0:127) R The PDSN Number - 2.0
PDSNIPAddressRegUpdatePerf string(:45) R [IPAddress] The IP Address of the PDSN for which the A11 Reg Update stats is obtained - 2.0
A11RegUpdateReceivedPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-update messages receieved from a PDSN - 2.0
A11RegUpdateIDCheckFailPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages receieved from a PDSN that failed ID validation - 2.0
A11RegUpdateAuthCheckFailPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN that failed Authentication - 2.0
A11RegUpdateForUnknownPSIPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with unknown PSI - 2.0
A11RegUpdateUnspecifiedReasonPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with unspecified reason code - 2.0
A11RegUpdatePppTimeoutPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “PPP Timeout” - 2.0
A11RegUpdateRegistrationTimeoutPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “Registration Timeout” - 2.0
A11RegUpdatePDSNErrorPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “PDSN Error” - 2.0
A11RegUpdateInterPCFHandoffPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “Inter PCF Handoff” - 2.0
A11RegUpdateInterPDSNHandoffPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “Inter PDSN Handoff” - 2.0
A11RegUpdatePDSNOAMPInterventionPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “PDSN OAMP Intervention” - 2.0
A11RegUpdateAccountingErrorPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “Accounting Error” - 2.0
A11RegUpdateUserFailedAuthenticationPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with reason code “User Failed Authentication” - 2.0
A11RegUpdateUnknownCauseCodePDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with Unknown Cause Code - 2.0
A11RegUpdateWithoutReasonCodePDSN unsignedInt R Number of A10 Reg-Update messages received from a PDSN with PDSN Code Not Included - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.PCFPDSN.{i}.AuxA10Stats. object R This object is used in obtaining the Auxillary A10 Connection stats for each PDSN - 2.0
PDSNNumberAuxA10Perf int(0:127) R The PDSN Number - 2.0
PDSNIPAddressAuxA10Perf string(:45) R [IPAddress] The IP Address of the PDSN for which the PCF PDSN stats is obtained - 2.0
AuxA10ConnectionsCreatedInFirstRegReqPDSN unsignedInt R Number of Auxillary A10 Connections Created in the First Registration Request Message to the PDSN - 2.0
AuxA10ConnectionsCreatedInSubsequentRegReqPDSN unsignedInt R Number of Auxillary A10 Connections Created in Subsequent Registration Request Messages to the PDSN - 2.0
AuxA10FwdIpFlowsCreatedPDSN unsignedInt R Number of Forward IP Flows created with this PDSN for the Auxillary A10s - 2.0
AuxA10RevIpFlowsCreatedPDSN unsignedInt R Number of Forward IP Flows created with this PDSN for the Auxillary A10s - 2.0
AuxA10IpFlowAccountingRegRequestsPDSN unsignedInt R Number of IP flow Accounting Reg Requests sent to the PDSN - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.PCFPDSN.{i}.PCFPDSNStats. object R This object is used in obtaining the PCF PDSN stats for each PDSN - 2.0
A10SetupAttemptsPDSN unsignedInt R Number of attempts the PCF made to establish an A10 connection with PDSN. If PCF fails establishing such a connection on this PDSN and goes on to use another PDSN for that connection, it will be counted as two setup attempts. - 2.0
A10SetupSuccessesPDSN unsignedInt R Number of times PCF succeeded in establishing an A10 connection with this PDSN. - 2.0
A10SetupBlocksPDSN unsignedInt R Number of times PCF was blocked in establishing an A10 connection with this PDSN. - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedIdMismatchPDSN unsignedInt R Number ofA11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Id Mismatch” (A11 error code: 0x85) by the PDSN - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedUnknownPDSNPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Unknown PDSN” (A11 error code: 0x88)by the PDSN. - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedNoReasonPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Request denied with no reason code by the PDSN. - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedAdminProhibitPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Admin Prohibited” (A11 error code : 0x81) by the PDSN. - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedInsuffResourcesPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Insufficient Resources” (A11 error code: 0x82) by the PDSN. - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedFailedAuthPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Mobile Node Authentication Failure” (A11 error code: 0x83) by the PDSN. - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedMalformedReqPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Malformed Request” (A11 error code: 0x86) by the PDSN - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedUnsuppVendIdPDSN unsignedInt R Number ofA11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Unsupported Vendor Id” (A11 error code: 0x8D)by the PDSN - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedReverseTunnelUnavailablePDSN unsignedInt R Number ofA11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Reverse Tunnel Unavailable” (A11 error code: 0x89)by the PDSN - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedReverseTunnelTbitNotSetPDSN unsignedInt R Number ofA11 Registration Request denied with a reason “Reverse Tunnel Tbit Not Set” (A11 error code: 0x8A)by the PDSN - 2.0
A11RegReqDeniedUnknownErrorCodePDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Request denied with an unspecified reason (A11 error code : 0x80) by the PDSN - 2.0
A10RegReqForRegistrationRetransmissionsPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Requests retransmitted during A10 setup - 2.0
A10RegReqForReRegistrationRetransmissionsPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Requests retransmitted during A10 reregistration - 2.0
A10RegReqForReleaseRetransmissionsPDSN unsignedInt R Number of A11 Registration Requests retransmitted during A10 realease - 2.0
PDSNNumberPDSNPerf int(0:127) R The PDSN Number - 2.0
PDSNipAddressPDSNPerf string(:45) R [IPAddress] The IP Address of the PDSN for which the PCF PDSN stats is obtained - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.Redirect. object R CDMA2000 HRPD service redirection parameters. - 2.0
RedirectChannelNumber unsignedInt(0:2047) W The channel number set from ACS that the FAP uses to redirect the AT in case of closed access or when exceeding session capacity. The ACS shall push this if the the operator has provided this information in a configuration file. If this is not configured, the FAP rejects the AT. The supported range is 0..2047. - 2.0
RedirectBandClass unsignedInt(0:31) W The bandclass set from ACS that the FAP uses to redirect the AT incase of closed access or when exceeding session capacity. The ACS shall push this if the the operator has provided this information in a configuration file. If this is not configured, the FAP rejects the AT. The supported range is 0..9. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.CallControlStats. object R Details on call control stats - 2.0
NumSessionSetupAttempts unsignedInt R This parameter is a counter for the total number of session instances that are created on a specific FAP when a regular session setup attempt is initiated with an unknown RATI - 2.0
NumSessionSetupSuccessful unsignedInt R This parameter is a counter for the total number of successful regular session setup attempts that are initiated with an unknown RATI - 2.0
NumCurrentSessionsEstablished unsignedInt R This parameter is a counter for the total number of successfully established HRPD Sessions that exists on a specific picasso - 2.0
NumPageMessagesToAt unsignedInt R The number of times a Page Message was sent to the AT to facilitate the setup of a connection. - 2.0
NumPagesSucceeded unsignedInt R The total number of pages succeeded - 2.0
NumConnectionsOpened unsignedInt R Total HRPD Connections Opened - 2.0
NumSessionSetupsFailedToTermAuth unsignedInt R This parameter is a counter for the total number of HRPD session setups that are aborted due to various failure reasons - 2.0
NumForwardRLPBytes unsignedInt R Number of HRPD packets(bytes) sent from PDSN to AT. - 2.0
NumReverseRLPBytes unsignedInt R No. of HRPD packets(bytes) sent from AT to PDSN. - 2.0
AverageSessionSetupTime unsignedInt R This parameter maintains a record of the average session setup time for all successfully setup sessions on a specific FAP. The average session setup time is in units of 10 ms. - 2.0
AveragePageSetupTime unsignedInt R The average connection setup time in response to a FAP initiated page. The time is from initiation of Page to the time the connection is declared open - 2.0
NumConnSetupsAborted unsignedInt R The number of connection setups that were aborted - 2.0
NumForwardPreRLPDroppedPkts unsignedInt R Number of packets dropped at Pre-RLP queue due to overflow in forward direction. This counter will also be written to the performance log. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.QoSStats. object R This object is used in obtaining the QoS Common Performance stats - 2.0
NumQoSSubscriberProfileUpdatesRcvd unsignedInt R Number of subscriber QoS profile updates received from the PDSN. - 2.0
NumPDSNIPFlowUpdatesMsgRcvd unsignedInt R Number of PDSN IP flow update messages received from PDSN. - 2.0
NumPDSNIPFlowUpdatesMsgFailed unsignedInt R Number of PDSN IP Flow updates messages that failed per RNC. - 2.0
NumQoSSetupRequestsReceived unsignedInt R Number of QoS setup requests received from the AT. - 2.0
NumQoSSetupRequestsAccepted unsignedInt R Number of QoS setup requests received from the AT that the FAP RNC accepted. - 2.0
NumQoSSetupRequestsRejected unsignedInt R Number of QoS setup requests from the AT that the FAP RNC rejected. - 2.0
NumReservationOnRequestsReceived unsignedInt R Number of ReservationOnRequest messages received from the AT. - 2.0
NumReservationOnRequestsAccepted unsignedInt R Number of ReservationOnRequest messages received from the AT that the FAP RNC accepted. - 2.0
NumReservationOnRequestsRejected unsignedInt R Number of ReservationOnRequest message received from the AT that the FAP RNC rejected. - 2.0
NumReservationOnRequestsFailed unsignedInt R Number of ReservationOnRequest message received from the AT that the FAP RNC failed. - 2.0
NumFwdReservationOnMessagesSent unsignedInt R Number of times the FAP RNC sent a FwdReservationOn message to the AT to activate a forward Reservation. - 2.0
NumRevReservationOnMessagesSent unsignedInt R Number of times the FAP RNC sent a RevReservationOn message to the AT to activate a reverse Reservation. - 2.0
NumReservationOffRequestsReceived unsignedInt R Number of ReservationOffRequest message is received from the AT. - 2.0
NumReservationOffRequestsAccepted unsignedInt R Number of ReservationOffRequest messages received from the AT that the FAP RNC accepted. - 2.0
NumReservationOffRequestsRejected unsignedInt R Number of ReservationOffRequest messages received from the AT that the FAP RNC rejected. - 2.0
NumFwdReservationOffMessagesSent unsignedInt R Number of times the FAP RNC sent a FwdReservationOff message to the AT to deactivate a forward Reservation. - 2.0
NumRevReservationOffMessagesSent unsignedInt R Number of times the FAP RNC sent a RevReservationOff message to the AT to deactivate a reverse Reservation. - 2.0
NumQoSReleaseRequestsReceived unsignedInt R Number of QoS release requests received from the AT. - 2.0
NumConnectionCloseInitiatedNoRANRsr unsignedInt R Number of times FAP RNC initiated a connection close in response to the ReservationOnRequest because it did not have the RAN resources to satisfy one or more Reservations included in the request. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.RNCSigAppsStats. object R Stats for HRPD RNC signaling procedures. - 2.0
CNumPageRequests unsignedInt R Number of HRPD Page requests made after data has flowed on the A10 connection. - 2.0
SNumPageRequests unsignedInt R Number of HRPD Page requests made before data has flowed on the A10 connection. - 2.0
SNumConnectionSetupAttempts unsignedInt R Number of HRPD Connection setups attempted before data has flowed on the A10 connection. - 2.0
CNumConnectionSetupAttempts unsignedInt R Number of HRPD Connection setups attempted after data has flowed on the A10 connection. - 2.0
SNumConnectionSetupSuccess unsignedInt R Number of HRPD Connection setups succeeded before data has flowed on the A10 connection. - 2.0
CNumConnectionSetupSuccess unsignedInt R Number of HRPD Connection setups succeeded after data has flowed on the A10 connection. - 2.0
SNumNormalConnectionCloses unsignedInt R The number of HRPD connections that were closed normally before data has flowed on the A10 connection. - 2.0
CNumNormalConnectionCloses unsignedInt R The number of HRPD connections that were closed normally after data has flowed on the A10 connection. - 2.0
SNumTotalConnectionCloses unsignedInt R The total number of HRPD connections closed, normally or abnormally, data has flowed on the A10 connection. - 2.0
CNumTotalConnectionCloses unsignedInt R The total number of HRPD connections closed, normally or abnormally, after data has flowed on the A10 connection. - 2.0
SNumRFRelatedDrops unsignedInt R Number of HRPD connection close because of RTC loss or No FTC before data has flowed on the A10 connection - 2.0
CNumRFRelatedDrops unsignedInt R Number of HRPD connection close because of RTC loss or No FTC after data has flowed on the A10 connection - 2.0
SNumPageResponses unsignedInt R Total number of successful responses to HRPD page requests that were received from the AT before the final page timeout and before data has flowed on the A10 connection. - 2.0
CNumPageResponses unsignedInt R Total number of successful responses to HRPD page requests that were received from the AT before the final page timeout and after data has flowed on the A10 connection. - 2.0
SNumRFRelatedDropsRTCLost unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of times the HRPD connection was dropped before data has flowed on the A10 connection because a Reverse Traffic Channel (RTC) lost indication was received, and as a result, no reverse link for the connection were available. - 2.0
CNumRFRelatedDropsRTCLost unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of times the HRPD connection was dropped after data has flowed on the A10 connection because a Reverse Traffic Channel (RTC) lost indication was received, and as a result, no reverse link for the connection were available. - 2.0
SNumRFRelatedDropsNoFTC unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of HRPD connections that were dropped before data has flowed on the A10 connection because of indications that there is no active Forward Traffic Channel (FTC) available. - 2.0
CNumRFRelatedDropsNoFTC unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of HRPD connections that were dropped after data has flowed on the A10 connection because of indications that there is no active Forward Traffic Channel (FTC) available. - 2.0
SNumNetworkErrorDrops unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of HRPD connections that were closed before data has flowed on the A10 connection because the FAP closed the open A10 connection. - 2.0
CNumNetworkErrorDrops unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of HRPD connections that were closed after data has flowed on the A10 connection because the FAP closed the open A10 connection. - 2.0
SNumNetworkErrorDropsRNCInternal unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of open HRPD connections that were closed before data has flowed on the A10 connection because the FAP closed the A10 connection due to internal failures. - 2.0
CNumNetworkErrorDropsRNCInternal unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of open HRPD connections that were closed after data has flowed on the A10 connection because the FAP closed the A10 connection due to internal failures. - 2.0
SNumNetworkErrorDropsRNCExternal unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of open HRPD connections that were closed before data has flowed on the A10 connection because the FAP closed the A10 connection due to the PDSN unreachablity. - 2.0
CNumNetworkErrorDropsRNCExternal unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of open HRPD connections that were closed after data has flowed on the A10 connection because the FAP closed the A10 connection due to the PDSN unreachablity. - 2.0
SNumNetworkErrorDropsA10SetupFail unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of open HRPD connections that were closed before data has flowed on the A10 connection because there was failure in the A10 connection set-up. - 2.0
CNumNetworkErrorDropsA10SetupFail unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of open HRPD connections that were closed after data has flowed on the A10 connection because there was failure in the A10 connection set-up. - 2.0
SNumMiscDropsSectorDown unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of HRPD connections that were dropped before data has flowed on the A10 connection because there is only one pilot available for the connection and a sector down indication has been received for that pilot. - 2.0
CNumMiscDropsSectorDown unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of HRPD connections that were dropped after data has flowed on the A10 connection because there is only one pilot available for the connection and a sector down indication has been received for that pilot. - 2.0
SNumMiscDropsInternalError unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of HRPD connections that were dropped before data has flowed on the A10 connection due to internal software errors. - 2.0
CNumMiscDropsInternalError unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of HRPD connections that were dropped after data has flowed on the A10 connection due to internal software errors. - 2.0
CNumMiscDropsStateMismatch unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of HRPD connections that were dropped after data has flowed on the A10 connection when the FAP finds a state mismatch between itself andthe AT. Such a mismatch is found when a connection request message is received from the AT, and the connection is already open as perceived by the FAP. - 2.0
SNumMiscDropsStateMismatch unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of connections that were dropped before the demarcation point when the FAP finds a state mismatch between itself and the AT. Such a mismatch is found when a connection request message is received from the AT, and the connection is already open as perceived by the FAP. - 2.0
SNumMiscDropsDueToRLP unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of times the HRPD connection was dropped before data has flowed on the A10 connection at the request of the Radio Link Protocol. This request is generated when the HDR Fast Path component finds that the reset acknowledgment timeout has expired for the connection. - 2.0
CNumMiscDropsDueToRLP unsignedInt R This statistic counts the number of times the HRPD connection was dropped after data has flowed on the A10 connection at the request of the Radio Link Protocol. This request is generated when the HDR Fast Path component finds that the reset acknowledgment timeout has expired for the connection. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.AccessAuthConfig. object R HRPD A12-related service stats. - 2.0
A12AccessAuthenticationEnable int(0:1) W Flag to enable/Disable HRPD Access Authentication. true - Enabled, false - Disabled. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.HRPD.AccessAuthStats. object R This object is used in obtaining the Access Authentication related stats. - 2.0
AnPppAuthenticationAttemptsByNode unsignedInt R Number of AnPppAuthentications attempted by the FAP. - 2.0
A12RequestsSentFromNode unsignedInt R Number of A12 Access Requests Sent from the FAP. - 2.0
A12RejectsReceivedByNode unsignedInt R Number of A12 Access Rejects received from the FAP. - 2.0
A12AcceptsReceivedByNode unsignedInt R Number of A12 Access Accepts received by the FAP. - 2.0
A12AccessChallengesReceivedByNode unsignedInt R Number of A12 Access Challenges received by the FAP. - 2.0
A12RetransmitsSentFromNode unsignedInt R Number of A12 Access Requests retransmitted from the FAP. - 2.0
A12TimeoutsEventsForNode unsignedInt R Number of A12 Timeout events occurred at the FAP due to unreachability of the AAA server/ no response from the AAA server. - 2.0
A12MalformedresponseReceivedByNode unsignedInt R Number of Malformed A12 Access Response received by the FAP RNC. - 2.0
A12BadAuthenticatorReceivedByNode unsignedInt R Number of A12 Access Response with Bad Authenticator received by the FAP RNC. - 2.0
A12UnknownTypeReceivedByNode unsignedInt R Number of A12 Packet of unknown type received by the FAP RNC. - 2.0
A12UnknownPktReceivedByNode unsignedInt R Number of unknown A12 packets received by the FAP RNC. - 2.0
A12UnknownServerReceivedByNode unsignedInt R Number of A12 packets received from unknown AAA server by the FAP RNC. - 2.0
A12OtherFailureOccurencesInNode unsignedInt R Number of A12 packets failed due to other failure occurences in the AAA server. - 2.0
A12ByPassNumAtsWithUnknownMfrCodeByNode unsignedInt R Number of ATs with UnknowMfrCode detected in the FAP RNC. - 2.0
A12TxPathFailDueToAnPppErrorByNode unsignedInt R Number of times sending of A12 packet failed in Tx Path in the FAP RNC due to “AnPPP Error”. - 2.0
A12TxPathFailDueToNoServerAvailableByNode unsignedInt R Number of times sending of A12 packet failed in Tx Path in the FAP RNC due to “No Server Available”. - 2.0
A12TxPathFailDueToInternalErrorByNode unsignedInt R Number of times sending of A12 packet failed in Tx Path in the FAP RNC due to “internal error”. - 2.0
A12TxPathFailDueToNoPacketIdAvailableByNode unsignedInt R Number of times sending of A12 packet failed in Tx Path in the FAP RNC due to “No packet id available”. - 2.0
A12TxPathFailDueToTransmitErrorByNode unsignedInt R Number of times sending of A12 packet failed in Tx Path in the FAP RNC due to “Transmit Error”. - 2.0
A12SvrTimeoutsForNode unsignedInt R Number of A12 server timeouts happened in the FAP RNC. - 2.0
A12EnhTaBypassLcpTimeoutByNode unsignedInt R Number of LCP timeouts happened in the FAP RNC when Enhanced TA A12Bypass mode is enabled. - 2.0
A12EnhTaBypassChapTimeoutByNode unsignedInt R Number of CHAP timeouts happened in the FAP RNC when Enhanced TA A12Bypass mode is enabled. - 2.0
A12EnhTaBypassChapInvalidByNode unsignedInt R Number of CHAP Challenge response received from the AT when Enhanced TA A12Bypass mode is enabled. - 2.0
A12EnhTaBypassChapNaiMatchesA12BypassListByNode unsignedInt R Number of times the CHAP NAI received from the AT matches with A12Bypass List in the FAP RNC when Enhanced TA A12Bypass mode is enabled. - 2.0
A12SessionTaTimeoutByNode unsignedInt R Number of times Session timeouts occurred due to TA. - 2.0
AccessAuthFailedDueToSessionCloseTotal unsignedInt R Number of times the Access Authenticaiton failed due to Sesion close. - 2.0
AccessAuthSucceeded unsignedInt R Number of times the Access Authenticaiton succeeded. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.Beacon. object R This object models the attributes to control the generalized beacon. The beacon is modeled as a beacon frame composed of multiple beacon intervals. The beacon frame start is time-aligned to the instant when 1x 80ms paging frames and HRPD control channel frames align (occurs once every 1.28s). - 2.0
BeaconAdminStatus string W

Allows administrative control of beacon. Enumeration of:

  • Locked
  • Unlocked
- 2.0
BeaconOperStatus string R

Reports operational status of beacon. Enumeration of:

  • Locked
  • Unlocked
  • Fault
- 2.0
HRPDBeaconEnable boolean W If set to true the HRPD-specific beacon described by HRPDBeaconList object is enabled. If set to false, all HRPD beacons (if any) are contained in the BeaconList object. - 2.0
Period unsignedInt(0:32767) W Length and periodicity of the beacon frame in 80 ms slots. Reference - [3GPP2-C.S0005]. - 2.0
MaxFAPBeaconTxPower string(:64) W Maximum transmission power allowed on the FAP Beacon frequencies. MaxFAPBeaconTxPower is expressed as a range of allowed maximum power levels with “..” (two periods) between the upper and lower values, i.e. “<;Pmax_low>..<;Pmax_high>”. MaxFAPBeaconTxPower identifies the limits between which the FAP can self-configure its maximum beacon transmit power. Self-configuration for maximum beacon transmission power is controlled by Capabilities.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.MaxFAPBeaconTxPowerConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.MaxFAPBeaconTxPowerSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. <;Pmax_low> and <;Pmax_high> are measured in dBm and have a range of -40.0 to 20.0 incremented by 0.1 dB. - 2.0
MaxFAPBeaconTxPowerInUse int(-400:200) R Maximum beacon transmission power measured in 0.1 dBm currently used by the FAP on any beacon frequency. Actual values of the maximum transmission power are -40.0 dBm to 20.0 dBm in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of MaxFAPBeaconTxPowerInUse divided by 10 yields the actual value of the maximum transmission power. - 2.0
BeaconPchPwrPercentage int(1000:1000000) W Percentage of Max Sector Power Used By Paging Channel (expressed in 0.001 percent). For example, 93333 means 93.333% of the max sector power. - 2.0
MaxHRPDBeaconTxPower string(:64) W Maximum transmission power allowed on the dedicated HRPD beacon. MaxHRPDBeaconTxPower is expressed as a range of allowed maximum power levels with “..” (two periods) between the upper and lower values, i.e. “<Pmax_low>..<Pmax_high>”. MaxHRPDBeaconTxPower identifies the limits between which the FAP can self-configure its maximum beacon transmit power. Self-configuration for maximum beacon transmission power is controlled by Capabilities.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.MaxFAPBeaconTxPowerConfig from an availability perspective and FAPControl.CDMA2000.OneX.SelfConfig.MaxFAPBeaconTxPowerSelfConfigEnable from an enabled perspective. <Pmax_low> and <Pmax_high> are measured in dBm and have a range of -40.0 to 20.0 incremented by 0.1 dB. - 2.0
MaxHRPDBeaconTxPowerInUse int(-400:200) R Maximum beacon transmission power measured in dBm currently used by the FAP on any beacon frequency. Actual values of the maximum transmission power are -40.0 dBm to 20.0 in units of 0.1 dBm. The value of MaxHRPDBeaconTxPowerInUse divided by 10 yields the actual value of the maximum transmission power. - 2.0
BeaconPilotPwrPercentage int(1000:1000000) W Percentage of Max Sector Power Used By Pilot Channel (expressed in 0.001 percent). For example, 19950 means 19.950% of total. - 2.0
BeaconSyncPwrPercentage int(1000:1000000) W Percentage of Max Sector Power Used By Sync Channel (expressed in 0.001 percent). For example, 23458 means 23.458% of the max sector power. - 2.0
MaxBeaconListEntries unsignedInt R Maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.CDMA2000.Beacon.BeaconList.{i}. object. - 2.0
BeaconListNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the BeaconList table. - 2.0
MaxHRPDBeaconListEntries unsignedInt R Maximum number of entries in the CellConfig.CDMA2000.Beacon.HRPDBeaconList.{i}. object. - 2.0
HRPDBeaconListNumberOfEntries unsignedInt R The number of entries in the HRPDBeaconList table. - 2.0
FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.CDMA2000.Beacon.BeaconList.{i}. object(0:) W

This object models an individual beacon intervals. It may be used to model both 1x and HRPD beacons with offset from start of beacon frame measured in 80ms slots.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for BeaconIndex.

- 2.0
Enable boolean W Enables or disables the BeaconList entry. false 2.0
Alias string(:64) W

[Alias] A non-volatile handle used to reference this instance. Alias provides a mechanism for an ACS to label this instance for future reference.

If the CPE supports the Alias-based Addressing feature as defined in [Section 3.6.1/TR-069] and described in [Appendix II/TR-069], the following mandatory constraints MUST be enforced:

  • Its value MUST NOT be empty.
  • Its value MUST start with a letter.
  • If its value is not assigned by the ACS, it MUST start with a “cpe-” prefix.
  • The CPE MUST NOT change the parameter value.

At most one entry in this table (regardless of whether or not it is enabled) can exist with a given value for Alias. On creation of a new table entry, the Agent MUST choose an initial value for Alias such that the new entry does not conflict with any existing entries. At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a given value for BeaconIndex.

The Agent MUST choose an initial value that doesn’t conflict with any existing entries.

- 2.0
BeaconIndex int R Instance identifier for this beacon interval. Allowed range is 0..(BeaconListNumberOfEntries-1). 0 2.0
Offset unsignedInt(0:32767) W Offset from the start of the beacon frame in 80ms slots. 0 2.0
Duration unsignedInt(0:32767) W Duration of this beacon interval in 80 ms slots. 0 2.0
TransmissionFormat string W

Determines if this beacon interval shall transmit HRPD (HRPD) or CDMA2000 1x.{HRPD=“0”, 1x=“1”}. Enumeration of:

  • 0