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TS 32.403
Telecommunication Management –
Performance Management (PM);
Performance measurements;
UMTS and combined UMTS/GSM

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V6.9.0 (PDF)  2005/10  225 p.
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Rapporteur:
Mr. Toche, Christian

full Table of Contents for  TS 32.403  PDF version:   6.9.0

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1  Scope |R4|p. 16

2  References |R4|p. 16

3  Definitions and abbreviations |R4|p. 17

4  Measurements related to the RNC |R4|p. 24

4.1  RAB managementp. 24

4.1.1  Overviewp. 24

4.1.2  RAB establishment for CS domainp. 25

4.1.3  RAB establishmentfor PS domainp. 28

4.1.4  RAB modification for CS domainp. 30

4.1.5  RAB modification for PS domainp. 32

4.1.6  RAB release request by CN for CS domain |R6|p. 34

4.1.7  RAB release request by CN for PS domain |R6|p. 37

4.1.8  RAB setup time |R6|p. 39

4.1.9  RAB release request by UTRAN |R6|p. 41

4.2Void

4.3  Signalling connection establishmentp. 42

4.4  RRC connection establishmentp. 42

4.5  RRC connection re-establishmentp. 45

4.6  RRC connection releasep. 46

4.7  RLC connectionp. 47

4.8  Soft handoverp. 48

4.9  Radio link management proceduresp. 50

4.10  Hard handoverp. 61

4.10.1Void

4.10.2  Outgoing intra-NodeB hard handoversp. 61

4.10.3  Outgoing inter-NodeB, intra-RNC hard handovers |R5|p. 62

4.10.4  Outgoing inter-RNC hard handovers via Iur |R5|p. 64

4.10.5  Relocation preparation for outgoing inter-RNC hard handovers switching in the CN |R5|p. 65

4.10.6  Outgoing inter-RNC hard handovers switching in the CN |R5|p. 66

4.11  Relocationp. 68

4.11.1  Relocations for CS domainp. 68

4.11.1.1  Relocation preparations with UE involved for CS domainp. 68

4.11.1.2  Relocation preparations with UE not involved for CS domainp. 69

4.11.1.3  Relocation resource allocations with UE involved for CS domainp. 70

4.11.1.4  Relocation resource allocations with UE not involved for CS domain |R6|p. 71

4.11.1.5  Relocations for CS domain |R6|p. 73

4.11.2  Relocations for PS domainp. 73

4.11.2.1  Relocation preparations with UE involved for PS domainp. 73

4.11.2.2  Relocation preparations with UE not involved for PS domain |R6|p. 74

4.11.2.3  Relocation resource allocations with UE involved for PS domain |R6|p. 75

4.11.2.4  Relocation resource allocations with UE not involved for PS domain |R6|p. 77

4.11.2.5  Relocations for PS domain |R6|p. 78

4.12  Circuit switched inter-RAT handoverp. 78

4.13  Packet switched inter-RAT handover |R5|p. 81

4.14  Iu connection release |R6|p. 83

5  Measurements related to the SGSN |R4|p. 86

5.1  Mobility Managementp. 86

5.1.1  GPRS attach proceduresp. 86

5.1.2  Intra-SGSN Routing Area update proceduresp. 88

5.1.3  GPRS detach procedures initiated by MSp. 89

5.1.4  GPRS detach procedures initiated by SGSNp. 89

5.1.5  Inter-SGSN Routing Area update proceduresp. 90

5.1.6  GPRS attach procedures with IMSI already attachedp. 91

5.1.7  IMSI detach procedures initiated by MSp. 93

5.1.8  Combined GPRS/IMSI attach proceduresp. 93

5.1.9  Combined GPRS/IMSI detach procedures initiated by MSp. 95

5.1.10  Combined RA/LA intra-SGSN Routing Area update proceduresp. 96

5.1.11  "Combined RA/LA with IMSI Attach" intra-SGSN Routing Area update proceduresp. 97

5.1.12  Combined RA/LA inter-SGSN Routing Area update proceduresp. 97

5.1.13  "Combined RA/LA with IMSI Attach" inter-SGSN Routing Area update proceduresp. 98

5.1.14  Number of received invalid P-TMSI's during detachp. 98

5.1.15  GSM PS paging proceduresp. 99

5.1.16  UMTS PS paging proceduresp. 100

5.1.17  PS paging procedures with unknown access typep. 101

5.1.18  Number of PS paging message sends from 2G-SGSN to the MSp. 101

5.1.19  Number of PS paging message sends from 3G-SGSN to the MSp. 102

5.1.20  GSM subscribers statep. 102

5.1.21  UMTS subscribers statep. 104

5.1.22  Attached subscribersp. 106

5.1.23  Home subscribersp. 107

5.1.24  Visiting national subscribersp. 108

5.124.2  Mean number of visiting national subscribers |R6|p. 109

5.1.25  Visiting foreign subscribersp. 109

5.1.26Void

5.1.27Void

5.1.28Void

5.1.29Void

5.1.30  CAMEL subscribersp. 111

5.1.31Void

5.1.32  InsertSubscriberData requests received from a HLR during GPRS Update Location procedurep. 112

5.1.33  GPRS Update Locations sent to the HLRp. 113

5.1.34  CancelLocation requests received from an HLR-operator, in case of a HLR-initiated Detachp. 113

5.1.35  CancelLocation requests received from a HLR due to a SGSN-change (previous SGSN)p. 114

5.1.36  Reset requests received from a HLR due to an HLR restart, indicating that a failure occurredp. 114

5.2  Subscriber Managementp. 114

5.3  SRNS Relocationp. 115

5.4  Securityp. 119

5.4.1  P-TMSI reallocation proceduresp. 119

5.4.2  Identity Request procedures initiated by this SGSNp. 120

5.4.3  Identification information requests sent to a partner (previous) SGSN for subscribers registering afresh in this SGSNp. 121

5.4.4  Attempted Identity Requests sent to the MSp. 122

5.4.5  Authentication procedures that are started within this SGSN area for a subscriber using a SIMp. 122

5.4.6  Authentication procedures that are started within this SGSN area for a subscriber using a USIMp. 123

5.4.7  Identification information requests that were received from a partner (new) SGSN for subscribers de-registering from this SGSNp. 125

5.4.8  SGSN context requests sent to a partner (previous) SGSN for subscribers registering afresh in this SGSNp. 126

5.4.9  SGSN context requests received from a partner (new) SGSN for a subscriber de-registering from this SGSNp. 127

5.4.10  Number of P-TMSI - IMSI correlation failures (User Identity Confidentiality (TS 23.060))p. 127

5.4.11  Security mode control procedures started by the SGSNp. 128

5.4.12  Ciphering procedures started by the SGSNp. 128

5.4.13  MAP V1 requests for authentication setsp. 130

5.4.14  MAP V3 requests for Authentication setsp. 131

5.5  SMSp. 132

5.5.1  SMS in the CS domain (MSC)p. 132

5.5.2  SMS in the PS domain (SGSN)p. 135

5.5.3  SMS in the CS/PS domain (MSC/SGSN)p. 138

5.6  Session Managementp. 142

5.6.1  PDP context activation procedures initiated by MSp. 142

5.6.2  dynamic PDP context activation procedures initiated by MSp. 143

5.6.3  Mean number of activated PDP contextsp. 144

5.6.4  PDP context deactivation procedures initiated by the MSp. 144

5.6.5  Number of active PDP contextp. 145

5.6.6  Subscribers with activated PDP contextp. 146

5.6.7Void

5.6.8  PDP context deactivation procedures initiated by the GGSNp. 147

5.6.9  PDP context deactivation procedures initiated by the SGSNp. 148

5.6.10  SGSN-Initiated PDP context update proceduresp. 149

5.6.11  GGSN-Initiated PDP context update proceduresp. 150

5.6.12  SGSN-Initiated PDP context modifications proceduresp. 151

5.6.13  MS-Initiated PDP context modifications proceduresp. 151

5.6.14  Secondary PDP context activation proceduresp. 152

5.6.15  PDP context activation procedures initiated by Networkp. 153

5.6.16  PDP Context set-up time, initiated by MS (Mean)p. 154

5.6.17  PDP Context set-up time, initiated by MS (Max)p. 155

5.6.18  PDP Context set-up time, initiated by Network (Mean)p. 155

5.6.19  PDP Context set-up time, initiated by Network (Max)p. 156

5.7  CAMEL Measurementsp. 156

5.8  UMTS-GSM Intersystem Changep. 157

5.9  UMTS GTP Measurementsp. 160

5.9.1  GTP-U Iup. 160

5.9.2  GTP Gnp. 161

5.9.2.1  Number of outgoing GTP data packets on the Gn interface, from SGSN to GGSNp. 161

5.9.2.2  Number of incoming GTP data packets on the Gn interface, from GGSN to SGSNp. 162

5.9.2.3  Number of octets of outgoing GTP data packets on the Gn interface, from SGSN to GGSNp. 162

5.9.2.4  Number of octets of incoming GTP data packets on the Gn interface, from GGSN to SGSNp. 162

5.9.2.5  Number of outgoing GTP signalling packets on the Gn interface, from SGSN to GGSNp. 163

5.9.2.6  Number of incoming GTP signalling packets on the Gn interface, from GGSN to SGSNp. 163

5.9.2.7  Number of octets of outgoing GTP signalling packets on the Gn interface, from SGSN to GGSNp. 164

5.9.2.8  Number of octets of incoming GTP signalling packets on the Gn interface, from GGSN to SGSNp. 164

5.9.2.9  Number of outgoing GTP data packets on the Gn interface, from SGSN to SGSN |R6|p. 164

5.9.2.10  Number of incoming GTP data packets on the Gn interface, from SGSN to SGSN |R6|p. 165

5.9.2.11  Number of octets of outgoing GTP data packets on the Gn interface, from SGSN to SGSN |R6|p. 165

5.9.2.12  Number of octets of incoming GTP data packets on the Gn interface, from SGSN to SGSN |R6|p. 166

5.9.2.13  Number of outgoing GTP signalling packets on the Gn interface, from SGSN to SGSN |R6|p. 166

5.9.2.14  Number of incoming GTP signalling packets on the Gn interface, from SGSN to SGSN |R6|p. 166

5.9.2.15  Number of octets of outgoing GTP signalling packets on the Gn interface, from SGSN to SGSN |R6|p. 167

5.9.2.16  Number of octets of incoming GTP signalling packets on the Gn interface, from SGSN to SGSN |R6|p. 167

5.10  UMTS Bearer Service |R5|p. 168

5.11  LLC frames |R6|p. 170

5.12  SNDCP N-PDUs |R6|p. 171

5.13  IMEI checking procedure |R6|p. 172

6  Measurements related to the GGSN |R5|p. 174

6.1  Session Managementp. 174

6.1.1  Session establishmentsp. 174

6.1.2  Network-initiated session establishmentsp. 177

6.1.3  Subscribers with activated PDP contextp. 179

6.1.4  Session conclusionsp. 180

6.2  Per APN measurementsp. 183

6.2.1  Session establishmentsp. 183

6.2.2  Active sessionsp. 187

6.2.3  Session conclusionsp. 188

6.3  GTP measurementsp. 190

6.4  GTP' measurementsp. 195

6.5  IP measurementsp. 197

7  Measurements related to the MMS Relay/Server |R6|p. 201

7.1  MM1p. 203

7.2  MM4p. 207

A  Examples for "(n-1) out of n" approach |R4|p. 212

B  Top-Down Performance Measurement Definition Process |R5|p. 214

C  Change historyp. 222


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