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Messaging Manager - Tuning Timeout Parameters (Doc ID 1190213.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 20, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 3.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The purpose of this reference document is to demonstrate how to tune the following parameters.

  1.   hlrTimeout.
  2.  rimsTimeout.
  3.  mscTimeout.
  4.  smscTimeout.
  5. originatingTimeout.


This reference document deals only with issues related to tuning and does not provide a detailed explanation of the parameters under discussion.
This document explains the tuning process by taking the example for setting the rimsTimeout parameter.


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In this Document
 These are the main timers used in MAP message processing.
 Worked example
 Snooping on the MAP interface.
 Relate the snoop packet with the syslog time-out alarm.
  Derive the Wireshark filter to extract the SRI message.
 Cross check time stamp of the SRI message to time-out syslog alarm.
 Check to see when/if the SRI reply arrives i.e. within or after the time-out period.
 How to decide on a new time-out value for rimsTimeout.
 Get a delayed response
 Do not get a response

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