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WCDMA RAN
Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM Feature
Parameter Description
Issue 01

Date 2014-04-30

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Contents
1 About This Document
1.1 Scope
1.2 Intended Audience
1.3 Change History
1.4 Differences Between Base Station Types
2 Overview
3 Technical Description
4 Related Features
5 Network Impact
6 Engineering Guidelines
6.1 When to Use Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM
6.2 Planning
6.3 Deployment
6.3.1 Requirements
6.3.2 Data Preparation
6.3.3 Precautions
6.3.4 Activation
6.3.4.1 Using MML Commands
6.3.4.2 MML Command Examples
6.3.4.3 Using the CME
6.3.5 Activation Observation
6.3.6 Deactivation
6.3.6.1 Using MML Commands
6.3.6.2 MML Command Examples
6.3.6.3 Using the CME
6.4 Performance Monitoring
6.5 Parameter Optimization
6.6 Troubleshooting
7 Parameters
8 Counters
9 Glossary
10 Reference Documents

1 About This Document

1.1 Scope
This document describes the feature WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM, including working principles, network impact, and engineering guidelines. RIM is short for
RAN information management.
This document applies to the following NE types.

NE Type NE Model

RNC BSC6900, BSC6910

NodeB Macro Not involved

Micro Not involved

LampSite Not involved

1.2 Intended Audience


This document is intended for personnel who:

Need to understand the features described herein


Work with Huawei products

1.3 Change History


This section provides information about the changes in different document versions. There are two types of changes, which are defined as follows:

Feature change
Changes in features of a specific product version
Editorial change
Changes in wording or addition of information that was not described in the earlier version

RAN16.0 01 (2014-04-30)

This issue does not include any changes.

RAN16.0 Draft A (2014-01-20)

Compared with issue 02 (2013-09-30) of RAN15.0, Draft A (2014-01-20) of RAN16.0 includes the following changes.

Change Type Change Description Parameter Change

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Change Type Change Description Parameter Change

Feature change Added descriptions about eCoordinator supporting RIM procedure. For details, see 2 On the RNC side: Added
Overview. RIM_ON_ECO_SWITCH under the
PROCESSSWITCH5 parameter.
On the NodeB side: Added the
RimOnEcoSwitch parameter.
On the eCoordinator side: Added the
PROCESSSWITCH parameter.

Editorial change None None

1.4 Differences Between Base Station Types


Feature Support by Macro, Micro, and LampSite Base Stations

Feature ID Description Supported by Controller(Y/N/NA) Supported by Supported by Micro(Y/N/NA) LampSite


Macro(Y/N/NA)
BSC6900 BSC6910 BTS3803E BTS3902E

WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Y Y NA NA NA NA


Based on RIM

NOTE:
Y indicates that a feature is supported; N indicates that a feature is not supported; NA indicates that an NE is not involved, that is, a feature does not require the support of the NE.

The features described in this document are implemented in the same way on macro, micro, and LampSite base stations.

2 Overview
In the initial phase of LTE deployment, the LTE network may support only data services because the IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) is usually not deployed. If a UE initiates a CS
service in such a network, the service needs to be transferred to a UMTS or GSM network by CS fallback (CSFB). CSFB can be based on redirection or PS handover.
In PS-handover-based CSFB, UEs can access the target UMTS cell without delay because the radio resources have been ready before CSFB is performed. However, UEs in
redirection-based CSFB experience longer delays because the UMTS connection can be established only after the LTE connection is released. Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM
shortens the delay in redirection-based CSFB by transmitting system information of the neighboring UMTS cells of the LTE cell to the eNodeB before CSFB is performed. When a
UE initiates a CS service and redirection-based CSFB needs to be performed, the eNodeB sends the UE an RRC Connection Release message that contains the system
information of the target UMTS cell. Upon receiving the message, the UE can access the target UMTS cell by sending an RRC Connection Request message.

NOTE:
RIM, available since 3GPP Release 5, enables message interaction between the GERAN, UTRAN, and E-UTRAN.

Figure 2-1 Procedure for Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM

The procedure for Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM is as follows:

1. The eNodeB obtains the system information of the neighboring UMTS cells of the LTE cell by using the RIM procedures.
2. When a UE initiates a CS service and CSFB needs to be performed, the eNodeB sends the UE an RRC Connection Release message that contains the frequency,
primary scrambling code, and system information of the target UMTS cell.
3. Upon receiving the message, the UE sends the target UMTS cell an RRC Connection Request message without reading the cell system information.

The RIM message exchange through the CN requires that the CN support the RIM procedures. This requirement for the CN restricts the application of the Fast CS Fallback Based
on RIM feature.
If the CN does not support the RIM procedures or does not have the RIM procedures enabled in this CN, the Huawei-proprietary eCoordinator can be deployed to support the RIM
message exchange.

NOTE:
The eNodeB and RNC must be provided by Huawei and must be connected to the same eCoordinator.

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Figure 2-2 Procedure for Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM through the eCoordinator

The procedure for Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM through the eCoordinator is as follows:

1. The eNodeB uses the eCoordinator to exchange the RIM messages with the RNC and obtains the system information about the neighboring UMTS cells of the LTE
cell.
2. When determining that the CSFB needs to be performed on the CS service initiated by a UE, the eNodeB sends the UE an RRC Connection Release message that
contains the primary scrambling code and system information of the target UMTS cell.
3. Upon receiving the message, the UE sends in the target UMTS cell an RRC Connection Request message to the RNC without reading the cell system information.

NOTE:
If the eCoordinator is used to exchange the RIM messages, switches for the RIM message exchange through the eCoordinator must be set to ON on all related NEs (including the
eNodeB, eCoordinator, and RNC). Otherwise, the RIM messages cannot be exchanged through the eCoordinator. Meanwhile, related NEs will neither send RIM messages to the
CN nor respond to the RIM messages from the CN.

3 Technical Description
Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM requires data configurations on both the RNC and eNodeB sides.

Whether to enable Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM on the RNC side is specified by FAST_CS_FB_BASEDON_RIM_SWITCH under the
PROCESSSWITCH2(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter in the SET URRCTRLSWITCH command.
(Optional) If the eCoordinator is used to exchange RIM messages, whether to enable Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM on the RNC side is specified by
RIM_ON_ECO_SWITCH under the PROCESSSWITCH5(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter in the SET URRCTRLSWITCH command and that on the eCoordinator side
is specified by RIM_SWITCH under the PROCESSSWITCH parameter in the SET ECOMMONCTRL command.
To learn about how to enable Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM on the Huawei eNodeB side, see the CS Fallback Feature Parameter Description for eRAN.

Figure 3-1 Signaling flowchart for Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM

The signaling procedure for Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM is as follows:

1. The eNodeB obtains the system information of the neighboring UMTS cells of the LTE cell.
When the LTE cell is configured with neighboring UMTS cells and Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM is enabled on the eNodeB side, the eNodeB obtains the
initial system information of the UMTS cells as follows:
The eNodeB sends the RNC a RAN-INFORMATION-REQUEST/Multiple Report message that contains the information elements (IEs) RIM Application
Identity and Reporting Cell Identifier. The value of the RIM Application Identity IE contained in the message is UTRA System Information, which indicates
that the eNodeB needs to obtain the system information of the UMTS cells. The Reporting Cell Identifier IE specifies the UMTS cells whose system
information needs to be obtained.
Upon receiving the message, the RNC responds with a RAN-INFORMATION/Multiple Report Initial message and sends the eNodeB another RAN-
INFORMATION/Multiple Report message that contains the MIB, SIB1, SIB3, SIB5, and SIB7 of the requested UMTS cells.
When the MIB, SIB1, SIB3, SIB5, or SIB7 (except for the UL interference IE in SIB7) is changed, the eNodeB obtains the updated system information of the
UMTS cells as follows:
The RNC sends the eNodeB a RAN-INFORMATION-REQUEST/Multiple Report message that contains the updated system information.
The eNodeB responds with a RAN-INFORMATION-ACK message to acknowledge the receipt of the message.

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NOTE:
The UL interference IE in SIB7 is one of the factors that determine the UE initial access level. The value of this IE frequently changes with the network traffic
conditions. To prevent a large amount of system information update procedures caused by uplink interference, the RNC always sends the eNodeB the value
of -105 dBm as the value of the UL interference IE. It is worth noting that this may decrease the RRC connection setup success rate when the UMTS uplink
load is heavy.
For details about definition on the UMTS cell identity, see section 9.2.1.61 "Source Cell Identifier" in 3GPP TS 25.413 V10.3.0. For details about the types of
RAN system information contained in the RIM Application Identity IE, see section 10.2.48a "System Information Container" in 3GPP TS 25.331 V11.3.0.

2. The eNodeB delivers the system information of the target UMTS cell to the UE.
When a UE initiates a CS service in the LTE network and the service needs to be transferred to the UMTS network by redirection-based CSFB, the eNodeB sends the
UE an RRC Connection Release message that contains the frequency, primary scrambling code, and system information of the target UMTS cell.
For details about information contained in the RRC Connection Release message, see section 6.2.2 "Message definitions" in 3GPP TS 36.331 V10.3.0.
3. The UE accesses the target UMTS cell based on the system information contained in RRC Connection Release message.
Upon receiving the RRC Connection Release message, the UE sends the RNC an RRC Connection Request message without reading the system information from the
target UMTS cell. For details about the procedure, see section 8.1.1.8 "Reception of System Information Container by the UE" in 3GPP TS 25.331 V11.3.0.
If the value of the IE System Information Container Stored Indication contained in the RRC Connection Request message is TRUE, the UE complies with 3GPP
Release 9 and supports Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM. Upon receiving the RRC Connection Request message from the UE, the RNC transits the UE to the
CELL_DCH state instead of the CELL_FACH state. The R9 UE behaviors in the CELL_FACH state are not defined in section 8.1.3.6 "Reception of an RRC
CONNECTION SETUP message by the UE" in 3GPP TS 25.331 V11.3.0, and therefore they are unspecific. As a result, the transition to the CELL_FACH state may
cause compatibility issues.

Run the DSP UEUTRANRIMINFO command to query the RIM information sent from E-UTRAN. The RIM information from E-UTRAN includes UMTS Cell ID, LTE eNodeB ID, and
the beginning time of the RIM procedure.
For details about the RIM procedure, see section 8c "Signalling procedures between RIM SAPs" in 3GPP TS 48.018 V10.0.0.

4 Related Features
Required Features

Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM must be enabled on both the RNC and eNodeB sides.

If Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM is enabled on the eNodeB side, enable it on the RNC side. Otherwise, the eNodeB cannot obtain the system information of the UMTS
cells.
If Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM is not enabled on the eNodeB side, do not enable it on the RNC side. Otherwise, the unnecessary RIM procedures initiated by the
RNC will waste resources.
If the eCoordinator is used to exchange the RIM messages on the eNodeB side, corresponding functions must be configured on the RNC and eCoordinator sides.

If the eNodeB is provided by Huawei, Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM requires the LTE feature LOFD-001052 Flash CS Fallback to UTRAN.
If the eNodeB is not provided by Huawei, you are not advised to enable the RIM message exchange through the eCoordinator on the UMTS side because the eNodeB is
incompatible with Huawei-proprietary eCoordinator. If the RIM messages are exchanged through the CN, this feature is compatible with the feature Flash CSFB to UTRAN of the
vendor because Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM is developed based on standard protocols.

Mutually Exclusive Features

None

Affected Features

The eNodeB can apply the system information of the UMTS cells obtained by RIM procedures to other types of LTE-to-UMTS redirections, such as load- and coverage-based PS
redirections. This helps shorten the redirection duration by up to 1.28 seconds. The load- and coverage-based PS redirections relate to the following LTE features:

LOFD-001019 PS Inter-RAT Mobility between E-UTRAN and UTRAN


LOFD-001044 Inter-RAT Load Sharing to UTRAN

5 Network Impact
System Capacity

No impact.

Network Performance

The impact of this feature on network performance is as follows:

Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM reduces the CSFB delay by up to 1.28 seconds.
The RRC connection setup success rate may slightly decrease. This is because the RNC always sends the eNodeB the value of -105 dBm as the value of the IE UL
interference no matter how the value is changed. When the UMTS uplink interference is higher than this value, the uplink PRACH transmit power of the UE will
experience a ramping procedure, which reduces the RRC connection setup success rate.
When RIM messages are exchanged through the CN, The procedures for obtaining the initial system information of the UMTS cells increase the load on the RNC, core
network (CN), and Iu interface. Therefore, Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM is recommended during off-peak hours. The procedures for obtaining the updated system
information have minor impacts on the load on the RNC, CN, and Iu interface. This is because the MIB, SIB1, SIB3, SIB5, and SIB7 (except for the UL interference IE in
SIB 7) barely change.
When the RIM messages are exchanged through the eCoordinator, the procedures for obtaining the initial system information of the UMTS cells increase the load on the
RNC, eCoordinator, and Sr interface.
After this feature is activated, the procedures for obtaining the updated system information have minor impacts on the load on the RNC, eCoordinator, and Sr interface.
This is because the MIB, SIB1, SIB3, SIB5, and SIB7 (excluding the UL interference IE in SIB 7) barely change.
When the system information of a UMTS cell (for example, the physical channel parameters in SIB5) is changed and faults occur during the RIM procedures (for
example, the CN or the transmission between the RNC and eNodeB is faulty), Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM prolongs the UE access delay. This is because a UE in
this case needs to autonomously reselect a target UMTS cell for redirection and read the cell system information.

6 Engineering Guidelines
6.1 When to Use Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM
Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM can be enabled when all of the following conditions are met:

The IMS is not deployed in the LTE network so that CS services need to be transferred to the UMTS network by CSFB.

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PS handovers are not available, or UEs do not support PS handovers in the LTE network.
Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM is enabled on the LTE side. The related Huawei LTE feature is LOFD-001052 Flash CS Fallback to UTRAN.

Using Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM generates a large amount of signaling. To minimize the feature impact, it is recommended that this feature be used during off-peak hours.

6.2 Planning
RF Planning

None

Network Planning

In areas where UMTS and LTE are deployed together, the eNodeBs must be configured with neighboring UMTS cells.

Hardware Planning

None

6.3 Deployment
This section describes how to activate, verify, and deactivate the basic feature WRFD-140224 fast CS fallback based on RIM. For details about how to configure this feature on the
LTE side, see the related documents provided by the LTE equipment vendor.

6.3.1 Requirements
Dependencies on Hardware
This feature does not have any special requirements for hardware.
Dependencies on Other Features
If eNodeBs are delivered by Huawei, the LTE feature does not depend on other featuresLOFD-001052 Flash CS Fallback to UTRAN must be activated.
If eNodeBs are delivered by another vendor, the LTE feature Flash CSFB to UTRAN must be activated.
License
For details about how to activate the license, see License Management Feature Parameter Description.

Feature ID Feature Name License Control Item License Control Name NE License Allocation for Sales Unit
Multiple Operators

WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based LQW1FCSFBRIM01RES Fast CS Fallback Based BSC6900 Method 1# per Erl
on RIM on RIM (per Erl) BSC6910

If RAN Sharing or MOCN is enabled, the licensed value is allocated among the primary and secondary operators according to the value of the "License Allocation for
Multiple Operators parameter".
Method 1#: it is recommended that the license allocation proportion of a feature be consistent with that of the capacity license item "Voice Erlang-Erlang". The licensed
values can be set by running the SET LICENSE command. If the FeatureResAssignMode parameter in this command is set to AutoAssign, the licensed values are
automatically allocated among the primary and secondary operators. If the FeatureResAssignMode parameter in this command is set to ManualAssign, you also need
to specify the related license parameters to implement manual license allocation.

Other Prerequisites
The UE must support flash CSFB in Release 9.
When RIM messages are exchanged through the CN, The mobility management entity (MME) and serving GPRS support node (SGSN) must support the
RIM procedure in 3GPP release 9. If the core network (CN) is earlier than 3GPP release 9, it must support eNodeB ID conversion.
When the RIM messages are exchanged through the eCoordinator, the eNodeB and RNC connected to the same eCoordinator must be provided by Huawei
and support the RIM procedures through the eCoordinator.

6.3.2 Data Preparation


Table 6-1 list the data to prepare before activating fast CS fallback based on RIM.
Table 6-1 NodeB data to prepare before activating fast CS fallback based on RIM

Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Notes Data Source

Process Control Switch 2 PROCESSSWITCH2(BSC6900,BSC6910) The FAST_CS_FB_BASEDON_RIM_SWITCH should be Engineering design


deselected.

Process Control Switch 4 PROCESSSWITCH5(BSC6900,BSC6910) When the RIM messages are exchanged through the Radio network plan (internal)
eCoordinator, the RIM_ON_ECO_SWITCH under this
parameter must be selected.

Table 6-2 lists the parameter to be set on the eCoordinator when RIM messages are exchanged through the eCoordinator.
Table 6-2 eCoordinator data to prepare before activating Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM

Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Notes Data Source

Process Switch PROCESSSWITCH When the RIM messages are exchanged through the Radio network plan (internal)
eCoordinator, the RIM_SWITCH under this parameter
must be selected.

6.3.3 Precautions
None

6.3.4 Activation

6.3.4.1 Using MML Commands


1. Configure the data on the LTE side, including setting the neighbor relationships between cells.
2. For details about how to configure this feature on the LTE side, see the related documents provided by the LTE equipment vendor. If the LTE equipment is provided by
Huawei, see the LTE document CS Fallback Parameter Description.

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3. Run the RNC MML command SET URRCTRLSWITCH. In this step, select FAST_CS_FB_BASEDON_RIM_SWITCH under Process Control Switch 2 to enable this
feature.
4. (Optional) When the RIM messages are exchanged through the eCoordinator, run the RNC MML command SET URRCTRLSWITCH. In this step, select
RIM_ON_ECO_SWITCH under Process Control Switch 5.

When RIM messages are exchanged through the eCoordinator, enable the RIM procedure on the eCoordinator as follows:
Run the RNC MML command SET ECOMMONCTRL. In this step, select RIM_SWITCH under the Process Control Switch parameter.

6.3.4.2 MML Command Examples


//Activation procedure

SET URRCTRLSWITCH: PROCESSSWITCH2=FAST_CS_FB_BASEDON_RIM_SWITCH-1;


//When RIM messages are exchanged through the eCoordinator
SET URRCTRLSWITCH: PROCESSSWITCH5=RIM_ON_ECO_SWITCH-1;
//Enabling the RIM procedure on the eCoordinator when RIM messages are exchanged through the eCoordinator,
SET ECOMMONCTRL: PROCESSSWITCH=RIM_SWITCH-1;

6.3.4.3 Using the CME


Using the CME (Method 1)

NOTE:
When configuring the Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM feature on the CME, perform a single configuration first, and then perform a batch modification if required. Configure the
parameters of a single object before a batch modification. Perform a batch modification before logging out of the parameter setting interface.

1. Configure a single object (such as a cell) on the CME.


Set parameters on the CME according to the operation sequence in Table 6-3. For instructions on how to perform the CME single configuration, see CME Single
Configuration Operation Guide.
2. (Optional) Modify objects in batches on the CME. (CME batch modification center)

To modify objects in batches, click on the CME to start the batch modification wizard. For instructions on how to perform a batch modification through the CME
batch modification center, press F1 on the wizard interface to obtain online help.

Table 6-3 Configuring the parameters on the CME

SN MO NE Parameter Name Parameter ID Configurable in CME


Batch Modification
Center

1 URRCTRLSWITCH RNC Process Control Switch 2 PROCESSSWITCH2(BSC6900,BSC6910): Yes


FAST_CS_FB_BASEDON_RIM_SWITCH

Using the CME (Method 2)

This feature can be batch activated using the CME. For detailed operations, see the following section in the CME product documentation or online help: Managing the CME > CME
Guidelines > Enhanced Feature Management > Feature Operation and Maintenance.

6.3.5 Activation Observation


When the RIM messages are exchanged through the CN, perform the following operations to check whether the Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM feature is activated:

1. Trace the Iu-interface and Uu-interface signaling on the RNC LMT. Trace the S1-interface signaling on the LTE side. Trace the UE log.
2. Verify that the Direct Information Transfer message that contains RAN-INFORMATION PDU REQUEST or RAN-INFORMATION PDU REPORT is transmitted over the
Iu and S1 interfaces.

NOTE:
The Direct Information Transfer message over the Iu interface corresponds to RANAP_DIR_INFO_TRANSFER on the RNC LMT. The Direct Information Transfer
message over the S1 interface corresponds to S1AP_ENB_DIRECT_INFO_TRANSSF on the eNodeB LMT.

3. Initiate a CS service in an LTE cell and trace the UE log. Check the UE log and verify that the IE CellInfoListUTRA-FDD-r9 in the RRC Connection Release message
contains the frequency, primary scrambling code, and system information (including MIB, SIB1, SIB3, SIB5, and SIB7) of the target UMTS cell.
4. Check the UE log and measure the duration between the UE receiving an RRC Connection Release from the eNodeB and the UE sending an RRC Connection
Request to the target UMTS cell. Verify that during this duration the UE does not read the system information of the target UMTS cell, and that this duration is shorter
than the duration measured when Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM is disabled.
5. Check the Uu-interface signaling on the UMTS side and verify that the NodeB sends the UE an RRC_RB_SETUP message that contains the IE rrc-StateIndicator and
instructs the UE to move to the CELL_DCH state.

When the RIM messages are exchanged through the eCoordinator, perform the following operations to check whether the Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM feature is activated:

1. Trace the Sr-interface and Uu-interface signaling on the RNC LMT. Trace the Se-interface signaling on the LTE side. Trace the UE log.
2. Verify that the ECO DIRECT INFORMATION TRANSFER message that contains RAN-INFORMATION PDU REQUEST and the RNC DIRECT INFORMATION
TRANSFER message that contains RAN-INFORMATION PDU REPORT are transmitted over the Sr interface.
3. Verify that the ENB DIRECT INFORMATION TRANSFER message that contains RAN-INFORMATION PDU REQUEST and ECO DIRECT INFORMATION TRANSFER
message that contains RAN-INFORMATION PDU REPORT are transmitted over the Se interface.
4. Initiate a CS service in an LTE cell and trace the UE log. Check the UE log and verify that the IE CellInfoListUTRA-FDD-r9 in the RRC Connection Release message
contains the primary scrambling code and system information (including MIB, SIB1, SIB3, SIB5, and SIB7) of the target UMTS cell.
5. Check the UE log and measure the duration between the time the UE receives an RRC Connection Release from the eNodeB and the time the UE sends an RRC
Connection Request to the RNC in the target UMTS cell. Verify that during this duration the UE does not read the system information of the target UMTS cell, and that
this duration is shorter than the duration measured when Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM is disabled.
6. Check the Uu-interface signaling on the UMTS side and verify that the NodeB sends the UE an RRC_RB_SETUP message that contains the IE rrc-StateIndicator,
instructing the UE to move to the CELL_DCH state.

6.3.6 Deactivation

6.3.6.1 Using MML Commands


Run the RNC MML command SET URRCTRLSWITCH. In this step, deselect FAST_CS_FB_BASEDON_RIM_SWITCH under Process Control Switch 2 to disable this feature.

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6.3.6.2 MML Command Examples
//Deactivating fast CS fallback based on RIM
SET URRCTRLSWITCH: PROCESSSWITCH2=FAST_CS_FB_BASEDON_RIM_SWITCH-0;

6.3.6.3 Using the CME

NOTE:
When configuring the Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM feature on the CME, perform a single configuration first, and then perform a batch modification if required. Configure the
parameters of a single object before a batch modification. Perform a batch modification before logging out of the parameter setting interface.

1. Configure a single object (such as a cell) on the CME.


Set parameters on the CME according to the operation sequence in Table 6-4. For instructions on how to perform the CME single configuration, see CME Single
Configuration Operation Guide.
2. (Optional) Modify objects in batches on the CME. (CME batch modification center)

To modify objects in batches, click on the CME to start the batch modification wizard. For instructions on how to perform a batch modification through the CME
batch modification center, press F1 on the wizard interface to obtain online help.

Table 6-4 Configuring the parameters on the CME

SN MO NE Parameter Name Parameter ID Configurable in CME


Batch Modification
Center

1 URRCTRLSWITCH RNC Process Control Switch 2 PROCESSSWITCH2(BSC6900,BSC6910): Yes


FAST_CS_FB_BASEDON_RIM_SWITCH

6.4 Performance Monitoring


After the parameters in the UMTS cell system information (for example, reselection parameters) are changed, if the value of the counter VS.IU.RanInfo.Tx in the corresponding
UMTS cell does not increase, the parameter change does not take effect or the message for sending the updated system information is discarded by flow control.
The RRC connection setup success rate for Fast CS Fallback Based on RIM is equal to VS.RRC.SuccConnEstab.WithSI.CsDomain divided by
VS.RRC.AttConnEstab.WithSI.CsDomain. If this rate is smaller than the total RRC connection setup success rate, the system information of neighboring UMTS cells stored on the
eNodeB may be incorrect.

6.5 Parameter Optimization


N/A

6.6 Troubleshooting
After an RNC is reset and the UMTS cell system information is changed, the RNC may not inform the eNodeB of the updated system information. In this case, the eNodeB sends
the stored system information to the UE for CSFB, and as a result the UE may fail to access the target UMTS cell and the redirection duration is prolonged. This case especially
occurs when the channel format in SIB5 of the target UMTS cell is changed and the RNC does not inform the eNodeB. When this happens, the RNC cannot receive the RRC
Connection Request message from the UE and the UE access fails. To solve this problem, the RIM procedure must be ended and then restarted on the LTE side so that the
eNodeB can obtain the latest UMTS cell system information. To learn about how to do this for Huawei eNodeBs, see the CS Fallback Feature Parameter Description for eRAN.
For the RIM procedure exchanged through the CN, if the CN or the transmission between the RNC and eNodeB is faulty, end the RIM procedure and then restart it on the LTE side
so that the eNodeB can obtain the latest UMTS cell system information.
For the RIM procedure exchanged through the eCoordinator, if the eCoordinator is faulty or transmissions between the eNodeB or RNC and the eCoordinator are faulty, terminate
the RIM procedure and then restart it on the LTE side so that the eNodeB can obtain the latest UMTS cell system information.

7 Parameters
Table 7-1 Parameter description

Parameter ID NE MML Command Feature Feature Description


ID Name

PROCESSSWITCH2 BSC6900 SET WRFD- SRVCC from Meaning: 1) LOAD_IRAT_HO_RNC_FILL_TL (Cell Load Information TL Input Switch) During inter-R
URRCTRLSWITCH 150215 LTE to UMTS rollback caused by failed directed retry decisions (DRDs) of RB reconfiguration. 0: This switch is turn
WRFD- with PS SEND_MSG_NULL_SWITCH under "PROCESSSWITCH4" in the "SET URRCTRLSWITCH" comm
010101 Handover Switch) 1: This switch is turned on. The RNC supports rollback caused by failed DRDs of RB establi
WRFD- 3GPP R9 considers that it has received an ACTIVE SET UPDATE COMPLETE message during soft handover
160103 Specifications INDICATION Message) 1: This switch is turned on. The RNC initiated the normal release process af
Terminal handles different processes performed simultaneously. 0: This switch is turned off. The DSCR proce
WRFD-
Black List CONNECTION RELEASE INDICATION from UE, the RNC triggers the state transition for the UE. 16
030011
RNC_PCHR_OUTPUT_CTRL_SWITCH controls whether the RNC reduces information recorded in
WRFD- Enhanced
turned off. The RNC does not reduce information recorded in a PCHR log. 19) DTMF_SWITCH (DTM
020500 Fast
L2U_SRVCC_WITH_PS_HO_SWITCH Whether to support LTE-to-UMTS CS and PS handovers sim
WRFD- Dormancy
and software version (IMEISV). 1: This switch is set to on. The RNC sends an Identity Request mes
140224 Fast CS
GUI Value Range: LOAD_IRAT_HO_RNC_FILL_TL, SEND_IDT_JUDGE_IU_RESET, RNC_RBREC
WRFD- Fallback
Based on Unit: None
160271
RIM Actual Value Range: LOAD_IRAT_HO_RNC_FILL_TL, SEND_IDT_JUDGE_IU_RESET, RNC_RBR
WRFD-
Ultra-Flash Default Value:
020400
CSFB LOAD_IRAT_HO_RNC_FILL_TL:0,SEND_IDT_JUDGE_IU_RESET:0,RNC_RBRECFG_DRD_FAIL_
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Parameter ID NE MML Command Feature Feature Description


ID Name

PROCESSSWITCH2 BSC6910 SET WRFD- SRVCC from Meaning: 1) LOAD_IRAT_HO_RNC_FILL_TL (Cell Load Information TL Input Switch) During inter-R
URRCTRLSWITCH 150215 LTE to UMTS rollback caused by failed directed retry decisions (DRDs) of RB reconfiguration. 0: This switch is turn
WRFD- with PS SEND_MSG_NULL_SWITCH under "PROCESSSWITCH4" in the "SET URRCTRLSWITCH" comm
010101 Handover Switch) 1: This switch is turned on. The RNC supports rollback caused by failed DRDs of RB establi
WRFD- 3GPP R9 considers that it has received an ACTIVE SET UPDATE COMPLETE message during soft handover
160103 Specifications INDICATION Message) 1: This switch is turned on. The RNC initiated the normal release process af
Terminal handles different processes performed simultaneously. 0: This switch is turned off. The DSCR proce
WRFD-
Black List CONNECTION RELEASE INDICATION from UE, the RNC triggers the state transition for the UE. 16
030011
RNC_PCHR_OUTPUT_CTRL_SWITCH controls whether the RNC reduces information recorded in
WRFD- Enhanced
turned off. The RNC does not reduce information recorded in a PCHR log. 19) DTMF_SWITCH (DTM
020500 Fast
L2U_SRVCC_WITH_PS_HO_SWITCH Whether to support LTE-to-UMTS CS and PS handovers sim
WRFD- Dormancy
and software version (IMEISV). 1: This switch is set to on. The RNC sends an Identity Request mes
140224 Fast CS
GUI Value Range: LOAD_IRAT_HO_RNC_FILL_TL, SEND_IDT_JUDGE_IU_RESET, RNC_RBREC
WRFD- Fallback
Based on Unit: None
160271
RIM Actual Value Range: LOAD_IRAT_HO_RNC_FILL_TL, SEND_IDT_JUDGE_IU_RESET, RNC_RBR
WRFD-
Ultra-Flash Default Value:
020400
CSFB LOAD_IRAT_HO_RNC_FILL_TL:0,SEND_IDT_JUDGE_IU_RESET:0,RNC_RBRECFG_DRD_FAIL_
WRFD-
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PROCESSSWITCH5 BSC6900 SET WRFD- Video Service Meaning: 1)INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_LTE_SWITCH(RIM-based and Request-based
URRCTRLSWITCH 150252 Rate details about the RIM procedure, see 3GPP TS 48. 018. 1: This switch is turned on. The RNC obtain
WRFD- Adaption feature is enabled for PS UEs processing video services. That is, the rate of video service is ensured
150253 VoIP grouped into different terminal groups based on their type approval codes (TACs) in IMEIs, and each
MRFD- Application 9)RIM_ON_ECO_SWITCH(Support RIM by eCoordinator Switch) Whether the RIM procedure is imp
090211 Management SRBs. 11)SRBNOCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_SWITCH(RB Fast Setup Switch for RB Setups Ac
Differentiated rolls back the procedure. 13)WBAMR_HHO_FAIL_ROLLBACK_SWITCH Whether RNC performs ro
WRFD-
150254 Service GUI Value Range: INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_LTE_SWITCH, INTERRAT_LOAD_REP
WRFD- Based on Unit: None
150255 Application Actual Value Range: INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_LTE_SWITCH, INTERRAT_LOAD_RE
Resource Default Value: INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_LTE_SWITCH:0,INTERRAT_LOAD_REPOR
Reservation
Differentiated
Service
Based on
Terminal

PROCESSSWITCH5 BSC6910 SET WRFD- Video Service Meaning: 1)INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_LTE_SWITCH(RIM-based and Request-based
URRCTRLSWITCH 150252 Rate details about the RIM procedure, see 3GPP TS 48. 018. 1: This switch is turned on. The RNC obtain
WRFD- Adaption feature is enabled for PS UEs processing video services. That is, the rate of video service is ensured
150253 VoIP grouped into different terminal groups based on their type approval codes (TACs) in IMEIs, and each
MRFD- Application 9)RIM_ON_ECO_SWITCH(Support RIM by eCoordinator Switch) Whether the RIM procedure is imp
090211 Management SRBs. 11)SRBNOCHG_DRD_FAST_RB_SETUP_SWITCH(RB Fast Setup Switch for RB Setups Ac
Differentiated rolls back the procedure. 13)WBAMR_HHO_FAIL_ROLLBACK_SWITCH Whether RNC performs ro
WRFD-
150254 Service GUI Value Range: INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_LTE_SWITCH, INTERRAT_LOAD_REP
WRFD- Based on Unit: None
150255 Application Actual Value Range: INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_LTE_SWITCH, INTERRAT_LOAD_RE
Resource Default Value: INTERRAT_LOAD_SINGLE_RPT_FOR_LTE_SWITCH:0,INTERRAT_LOAD_REPOR
Reservation
Differentiated
Service
Based on
Terminal

8 Counters
Table 8-1 Counter description

Counter ID Counter Name Counter Description NE Feature ID Feature Name

73425017 VS.RRC.AttConnEstab.WithSI.CsDomain Number of RRC BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


Connection Setup on RIM
Requests that carried
System Information
Container Stored
Indication for CS services

73425018 VS.RRC.SuccConnEstab.WithSI.CsDomain Number of Successful BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


RRC Connection Setups on RIM
for CS services (RRC
Connection Setup
Requests that carried
System Information
Container Stored
Indication)

73425019 VS.RRC.AttConnEstab.WithSI.PsDomain Number of RRC BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


Connection Setup on RIM
Requests that carried
System Information
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Counter ID Counter Name Counter Description NE Feature ID Feature Name

73425020 VS.RRC.SuccConnEstab.WithSI.PsDomain Number of Successful BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


RRC Connection Setups on RIM
for PS services (RRC
Connection Setup
Requests that carried
System Information
Container Stored
Indication)

73425021 VS.IU.RanInfoReq.Rx Number of RAN BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


INFORMATION WRFD-150231 on RIM
REQUEST Messages RIM Based UMTS Target
Received by RNC from Cell Selection for LTE
CN

73425022 VS.IU.RanInfo.Tx Number of RAN BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


INFORMATION Messages WRFD-150231 on RIM
Sent by RNC to CN RIM Based UMTS Target
Cell Selection for LTE

73426319 VS.IU.RIM.L2U.SI.Req Number of RIM Requests BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
from the eNodeB to the on RIM
RNC (System Information)

73426320 VS.IU.RIM.L2U.SI.Resp Number of RIM Response BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Messages from the RNC on RIM
to the eNodeB (System
Information)

73426321 VS.IU.RIM.L2U.SI.Update Number of RIM Update BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Messages from the RNC on RIM
to the eNodeB (System
Information)

73426322 VS.IU.RIM.L2U.SI.Update.ACK Number of RIM BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


acknowledgement on RIM
messages from the
eNodeB to the RNC
(System Information)

73428524 VS.RAU.Req.CSFB.Delay.RNC Number of Times the RNC BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Forwards the RAU WRFD-140102 on RIM
Requests from CSFB UEs CS Fallback Guarantee
at a Delayed Time for LTE Emergency Calls

73428670 VS.RAB.AbnormRel.CS.CSFB Number of CS RABs BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


Abnormally Released for WRFD-140102 on RIM
CSFB UEs for Cell CS Fallback Guarantee
for LTE Emergency Calls

73428671 VS.RAB.AbnormRel.CS.CSFB.RF Number of CS RABs BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


Abnormally Released for WRFD-140102 on RIM
CSFB UEs Due to RF CS Fallback Guarantee
Failures for Cell for LTE Emergency Calls

73428672 VS.RAB.NormRel.CS.CSFB Number of CS RABs BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


Normally Released for WRFD-140102 on RIM
CSFB UEs for Cell CS Fallback Guarantee
for LTE Emergency Calls

73428673 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.SRBReset.CSFB Number of Failed CS RAB BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Establishments for CSFB WRFD-140102 on RIM
UEs for Cell (Signaling CS Fallback Guarantee
RLC Reset) for LTE Emergency Calls

73428674 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.CellUpd.CSFB Number of Failed CS RAB BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Establishments for CSFB WRFD-140102 on RIM
UEs for Cell (Concurrent CS Fallback Guarantee
Procedures) for LTE Emergency Calls

73428675 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.UuFail.CSFB Number of Failed CS RAB BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Establishments for CSFB WRFD-140102 on RIM
UEs for Cell (Uu Interface CS Fallback Guarantee
Configuration Failure) for LTE Emergency Calls

73428676 VS.RRC.FailConnEstab.NoReply.CSFB Number of Failed CS RAB BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Establishments for CSFB WRFD-140102 on RIM
UEs for Cell (RRC CS Fallback Guarantee
Connection Setup for LTE Emergency Calls
Timeout)

73428751 VS.ECO.RIM.L2U.SI.Req Number of RIM Requests BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
from the eNodeB to the MRFD-090211 on RIM
RNC through the eCoordinator based RIM
eCoordinator(System process optimization
Information)

73428752 VS.ECO.RIM.L2U.SI.Resp Number of RIM Response BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Messages from the RNC MRFD-090211 on RIM
to the eNodeB through the eCoordinator based RIM
eCoordinator(System process optimization
Information)

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Counter ID Counter Name Counter Description NE Feature ID Feature Name

73428753 VS.ECO.RIM.L2U.SI.Update Number of RIM Update BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Messages from the RNC MRFD-090211 on RIM
to the eNodeB through the
eCoordinator(System
Information) eCoordinator based RIM
process optimization

73428754 VS.ECO.RIM.L2U.SI.Update.ACK Number of RIM BSC6900 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


acknowledgement MRFD-090211 on RIM
messages from the eCoordinator based RIM
eNodeB to the RNC process optimization
through the eCoordinator
(System Information)

73425017 VS.RRC.AttConnEstab.WithSI.CsDomain Number of RRC BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


Connection Setup on RIM
Requests that carried
System Information
Container Stored
Indication for CS services

73425018 VS.RRC.SuccConnEstab.WithSI.CsDomain Number of Successful BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


RRC Connection Setups on RIM
for CS services (RRC
Connection Setup
Requests that carried
System Information
Container Stored
Indication)

73425019 VS.RRC.AttConnEstab.WithSI.PsDomain Number of RRC BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


Connection Setup on RIM
Requests that carried
System Information
Container Stored
Indication for PS services

73425020 VS.RRC.SuccConnEstab.WithSI.PsDomain Number of Successful BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


RRC Connection Setups on RIM
for PS services (RRC
Connection Setup
Requests that carried
System Information
Container Stored
Indication)

73425021 VS.IU.RanInfoReq.Rx Number of RAN BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


INFORMATION WRFD-150231 on RIM
REQUEST Messages RIM Based UMTS Target
Received by RNC from Cell Selection for LTE
CN

73425022 VS.IU.RanInfo.Tx Number of RAN BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


INFORMATION Messages WRFD-150231 on RIM
Sent by RNC to CN RIM Based UMTS Target
Cell Selection for LTE

73426319 VS.IU.RIM.L2U.SI.Req Number of RIM Requests BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
from the eNodeB to the on RIM
RNC (System Information)

73426320 VS.IU.RIM.L2U.SI.Resp Number of RIM Response BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Messages from the RNC on RIM
to the eNodeB (System
Information)

73426321 VS.IU.RIM.L2U.SI.Update Number of RIM Update BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Messages from the RNC on RIM
to the eNodeB (System
Information)

73426322 VS.IU.RIM.L2U.SI.Update.ACK Number of RIM BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


acknowledgement on RIM
messages from the
eNodeB to the RNC
(System Information)

73428524 VS.RAU.Req.CSFB.Delay.RNC Number of Times the RNC BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Forwards the RAU WRFD-140102 on RIM
Requests from CSFB UEs CS Fallback Guarantee
at a Delayed Time for LTE Emergency Calls

73428670 VS.RAB.AbnormRel.CS.CSFB Number of CS RABs BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


Abnormally Released for WRFD-140102 on RIM
CSFB UEs for Cell CS Fallback Guarantee
for LTE Emergency Calls

73428671 VS.RAB.AbnormRel.CS.CSFB.RF Number of CS RABs BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


Abnormally Released for WRFD-140102 on RIM
CSFB UEs Due to RF CS Fallback Guarantee
Failures for Cell for LTE Emergency Calls

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Counter ID Counter Name Counter Description NE Feature ID Feature Name

73428672 VS.RAB.NormRel.CS.CSFB Number of CS RABs BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


Normally Released for WRFD-140102 on RIM
CSFB UEs for Cell CS Fallback Guarantee
for LTE Emergency Calls

73428673 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.SRBReset.CSFB Number of Failed CS RAB BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Establishments for CSFB WRFD-140102 on RIM
UEs for Cell (Signaling CS Fallback Guarantee
RLC Reset) for LTE Emergency Calls

73428674 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.CellUpd.CSFB Number of Failed CS RAB BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Establishments for CSFB WRFD-140102 on RIM
UEs for Cell (Concurrent CS Fallback Guarantee
Procedures) for LTE Emergency Calls

73428675 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.UuFail.CSFB Number of Failed CS RAB BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Establishments for CSFB WRFD-140102 on RIM
UEs for Cell (Uu Interface CS Fallback Guarantee
Configuration Failure) for LTE Emergency Calls

73428676 VS.RRC.FailConnEstab.NoReply.CSFB Number of Failed CS RAB BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Establishments for CSFB WRFD-140102 on RIM
UEs for Cell (RRC CS Fallback Guarantee
Connection Setup for LTE Emergency Calls
Timeout)

73428751 VS.ECO.RIM.L2U.SI.Req Number of RIM Requests BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
from the eNodeB to the MRFD-090211 on RIM
RNC through the eCoordinator based RIM
eCoordinator(System process optimization
Information)

73428752 VS.ECO.RIM.L2U.SI.Resp Number of RIM Response BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Messages from the RNC MRFD-090211 on RIM
to the eNodeB through the eCoordinator based RIM
eCoordinator(System process optimization
Information)

73428753 VS.ECO.RIM.L2U.SI.Update Number of RIM Update BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based
Messages from the RNC MRFD-090211 on RIM
to the eNodeB through the eCoordinator based RIM
eCoordinator(System process optimization
Information)

73428754 VS.ECO.RIM.L2U.SI.Update.ACK Number of RIM BSC6910 WRFD-140224 Fast CS Fallback Based


acknowledgement MRFD-090211 on RIM
messages from the eCoordinator based RIM
eNodeB to the RNC process optimization
through the eCoordinator
(System Information)

9 Glossary
For the acronyms, abbreviations, terms, and definitions, see the Glossary.

10 Reference Documents
1. 3GPP TS 23.272, "Circuit Switched (CS) fallback in Evolved Packet System (EPS); Stage 2"
2. 3GPP TS 23.401, "General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) enhancements for Evolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access Network (E-UTRAN) access"
3. 3GPP TS 25.331,"Radio Resource Control (RRC); Protocol specification"
4. 3GPP TS 25.413,"UTRAN Iu interface Radio Access Network Application Part (RANAP) signalling"
5. 3GPP TS 36.331,"Evolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access (E-UTRA); Radio Resource Control (RRC); Protocol specification"
6. 3GPP TS 48.018,"General Packet Radio Service (GPRS); Base Station System (BSS) - Serving GPRS Support Node (SGSN); BSS GPRS protocol (BSSGP)"
7. eRAN CS Fallback Feature Parameter Description
8. License Management Feature Parameter Description

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