HeNB-GW Service Thresholds
HeNB-GW Service thresholds generate alerts or alarms for the average number of calls setup. A threshold can be configured to report this information on entire system for HeNB-GW service. Thresholds can also be configured for session registration response failures, discarded interface registration requests, discarded network entry registration acknowledgments for HeNB-GW services.
Threshold counter limits are configured for HeNB-GW HeNB SCTP association, HeNB-GW UE sessions, and HeNB-GW Paging messages with poll interval value.
On reaching the threshold limits in the configured interval, if threshold monitoring is enabled for the HeNB-GW service(s), threshold notifications get generated as SNMP traps. If threshold monitoring is disabled for the HeNB-GW service(s), even on reaching the threshold limits, no notification gets generated.
Alerts or alarms are triggered for these HeNB-GW thresholds based on the following rules:
Enter condition: When the actual average of call setups or actual number of failures or discards passes, or is equal to, the configured Threshold value an alert or alarm is set.
Clear condition: When the actual average of call setups or actual number of failures or discards passes below the Threshold value the alert or alarm is cleared.
If a trigger condition occurs within the polling interval, the alert or alarm is not generated until the end of the polling interval.