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Table of Contents
                            Chapter Title - Spectra Testers
	Head Front - Table of Contents
		Head ChapTOC W/O# - List of Figures vii
		Head ChapTOC W/O# - List of Tables xiii
		Head ChapTOC - 1 List of Figures v
		Head ChapTOC - 2 List of Tables ix
		Head ChapTOC - 3 Introduction to the GeoProbe User Course 1 - 1
		Head ChapTOC - 4 Introduction to the GeoProbe 2 - 1
		Head ChapTOC - 5 Starting the SpIstation 3 - 1
		Head ChapTOC - 6 GeoProbe Database Overview 4 - 1
		Head ChapTOC - 7 Network Status and Performance Monitoring 5 - 1
		Head ChapTOC - 8 Network Performance Statistics and Reports 6 - 1
		Head ChapTOC - 9 Network Surveillance Applications 7 - 1
			Head ChapTOC W/O# - Glossary G - 1
			Head ChapTOC W/O# - Index Index - 1
		Head Chap - List of Figures
		Head Chap - List of Tables
			Chap Num First - 1
	Head Chap - Introduction to the GeoProbe User Course
	Summary - This chapter provides an overview of the GeoProbe User Course.
		Head 1 first - Objectives
Head 1 - The GeoProbe User Course
	Head 2 - Prerequisites
Head 1 - GeoProbe User Functions
	Head 2 - Topics
		Subhead - Chapter 2: Introduction to the GeoProbe
		Subhead - Chapter 3: Starting the SpIstation
		Subhead - Chapter 4: GeoProbe Database Overview
		Subhead - Chapter 5: Network Status and Performance Monitoring
		Subhead - Chapter 6: Network Performance Statistics and Reports
		Subhead - Chapter 7: Network Surveillance Applications
Head 1 - The GeoProbe User Course Training Manual
	Captions - Figure 1.1 - Tejas_2 Network
	Head 2 - Student Labs
		Chap Num First - 2
	Head Chap - Introduction to the GeoProbe
	Summary - This chapter provides an overview of the GeoProbe System, the hardware and software ele...
		Head 1 first - Objectives
	Head 1 - The GeoProbe System
		Captions - Figure 2.1 - GeoProbe Network Map Display
	Head 1 - Elements of the GeoProbe System
		Captions - Figure 2.2 - GeoProbe Elements within an SS7 Network
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			Definition - SpIprobe
				Captions - Figure 2.3 - SpIprobe Equipment Shelf
				Captions - Figure 2.4 - SpIprobe Monitored Links at an STP
			Definition - SpIserver
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			Captions - Figure 2.5 - A Sun SPARCserver 1000 as a SpIserver
			Definition - SpIstation
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			Captions - Figure 2.6 - SpIstation
			Definition - Transport Network
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			Subhead - Getting Monitored Data to the SpIstation
				Captions - Figure 2.7 - Elements in a Monitored SS7 Network
	Head 1 - GeoProbe Applications
		TableTitle - Table 2.1 - Available Application Packages
		Head 2 - Performance Monitoring Applications
			Subhead - Core SS7 Performance Monitoring Application
			Subhead - MTP Performance Monitoring Package
			Subhead - SCCP Performance Monitoring Application
			Subhead - ISUP/TUP/NUP Performance Monitoring Applications
			Subhead - TCAP Performance Monitoring Application
			Subhead - Specific Applications
		Head 2 - Network Surveillance Applications
			Subhead - Remote Monitoring (ReMon) Application
			Subhead - User Call Trace Application
			Subhead - Mass Call Onset Detection Application
			Subhead - SUDStore Application
			Subhead - Failed Call/Transaction
		Head 2 - Data Collection and Forwarding Applications
			Subhead - Usage Measurement Application
			Subhead - MSU Forwarding Application
			Subhead - Call Detail Record (CDR) Application
			Subhead - Development Tools
			Definition - OpenSeven API-Extension
			Definition - OpenSeven API-Interpreter
			Subhead - Protocols
	Head 1 - Chapter 2 Review: Introduction to the GeoProbe
		Step 1 - 1. This element is where historical data and the configuration database are stored:_____...
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. This element is where alarms, statistics, and data are collected: ____________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. This element is the user interface for configuration of the GeoProbe:_________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. This is used for communications between network elements: ____________________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Data is collected by the ____________________, sent to the ___________________...
			Chap Num First - 3
		Head Chap - Starting the SpIstation
		Summary - This chapter explains the SpIstation hardware, the operating environment, and the SpIst...
			Head 1 first - Objectives
	Head 1 - List of Labs
	Head 1 - Introducing the SpIstation
		Captions - Figure 3.1 - GeoProbe SpIstation
	Head 1 - SpIstation Hardware
		Captions - Figure 3.2 - Sun Workstation
		Head 2 - System Unit
		Head 2 - Monitor
		Head 2 - Keyboard and Mouse
	Head 1 - SpIstation Operating Environment
		Note - Note: The SpIstation software will work the same regardless of whether the OpenWindows or ...
Lab - Lab3.1 Starting the Workstation
	Step 1 - 1. Turn the workstation and monitor on.
		Captions - Figure 3.3 - CDE Login Window
	Note - Note: Using a password keeps your network secure from trespassing and fraud. Memorize your...
		Captions - Figure 3.4 - CDE Login Help Window
	Note - Note: Your instructor will tell you the number of your workstation.
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. Select the Options button with the left mouse button, and hold the mouse butto...
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Move the mouse pointer to the log in box, and press the left mouse button once...
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. Enter your assigned user ID and password, then press Enter.
			Captions - Figure 3.5 - CDE Desktop
		Head 2 - The CDE Workspace
		Head 2 - Mouse and Keyboard
			Captions - Figure 3.6 - Workstation Mouse Buttons
			TableTitle - Table 3.1 - Cursors
			Subhead - Keyboard
			Subhead - Workspace Menu
				Captions - Figure 3.7 - Workspace Menu
			Subhead - Windows
			Definition - Window Pull-down Menus
			Definition - Moving Windows on the Screen
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		Definition - The Window Menu
		Definition - Minimizing Windows
		Definition - Resizing Windows
		Definition - Scroll Bars
		Definition - Fields
		Head 2 - Solaris and Desktop Online Help
			Captions - Figure 3.8 - CDE Desktop Toolbar
			Bullet 2 - Help Manager
			Bullet 2 - Desktop Introduction
			Bullet 2 - Front Panel Help
			Bullet 2 - On Item Help
			Bullet 2 - AnswerBook
	Head 1 - SpIstation GeoProbe User Interface
Lab - Lab3.2 Starting the SpIstation Software
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		Step 1 - 1. With the pointer positioned in the workspace, click the right (MENU) mouse button. Th...
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. From the Workspace Menu select SpIstation. A warning window may appear as show...
	Note - Note: The procedure for creating and generating a SpIstation Login Warning is discussed in...
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			Captions - Figure 3.9 - Login Warning Window
			Step 2,3,4... - 3. If the Warning Window displays, click Accept to close the window. The SpIstati...
				Captions - Figure 3.10 - SpIstation Login Window
			Step 2,3,4... - 4. Move the pointer until it is in the User field. At the cursor, enter <train#> ...
				Captions - Figure 3.11 - SpImain Window
		Head 2 - SpImain Window
			Captions - Figure 3.12 - SpImain Window
			Subhead - SpImain Mode Icons
				Bullet 1 - Network Configuration mode
				Bullet 1 - Network Status mode
				Bullet 1 - System Administration mode
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		Definition - Network Configuration
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		Definition - Network Status
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		Definition - System Administration
		Subhead - SpImain Function Icons
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		Definition - License Manager
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		Definition - Color Palette Configuration
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		Definition - Real-time Statistics
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		Definition - Historical Statistics
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		Definition - Statistical Events
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		Definition - Behavior Statistics
		Definition - SQA Configuration
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		Definition - Point Code Editor
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		Definition - Filter Editor
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		Definition - Network State Display
		Subhead - SpImain Application Icons
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		Definition - Mass Call
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		Definition - Bull’s-eye
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		Definition - Historical Statistical Reports
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		Definition - Historical Statistical Reports Manager
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		Definition - MSU Forwarding
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		Definition - Usage Measurement
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		Definition - Remote Monitoring (ReMon)
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		Definition - Remote Monitoring (Recall Signal Unit Data)
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		Definition - Remote Monitoring (Recall By Link Config)
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		Definition - Real-Time User Call Trace
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		Definition - User Call Trace Recall
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		Definition - SUDS/Failed Calls Configuration and Status
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		Definition - SUDS Recall
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		Definition - Failed Calls Recall
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		Definition - CDR Configuration and Status
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		Subhead - SpImain Utilities Icon
		Definition -
	Head 1 - Working in the SpIstation Interface
Lab - Lab3.3 SpIstation Icons
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		Step 1 - 1. From the SpImain Window, click on the Network Status icon with your left mouse button...
			Captions - Figure 3.13 - Network Status Window
	Note - Note: Horizontal scroll bars work the same as vertical scroll bars, but you drag the box l...
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. The Default map opened when you selected the Status icon. Close this map by se...
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Scroll the icons up or down until you see an icon of a map of Texas labeled Te...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 4. Select the Amarillo STP icon by clicking on the object with your left mouse bu...
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Click on the map background to deselect the Amarillo STP icon. Items can also ...
Lab - Lab3.4 SpIstation Menus
	Step 1 - 1. Click on the map background to make sure that no objects are selected.
	Step 2,3,4... - 2. Select the El Paso SSP by clicking it with your left mouse button.
	Note - Note: If you get the Default actions Pop-up Menu, you either have more than one item selec...
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Click the El Paso SSP with your right mouse button. The SSP Actions Pop-up Men...
			Captions - Figure 3.14 - SSP Actions Menu
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. With your left mouse button, click on More Info from the pop-up menu.
			Captions - Figure 3.15 - SSP More Info Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Click the Close command button at the bottom of the SSP More Info Window.
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		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Click on the Statistics pull-down Menu. Notice the Real- Time menu option has ...
			Captions - Figure 3.16 - Real-Time Statistics Submenus
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. Click the Configure option.The Real-Time Statistics Set-up Window displays.
			Captions - Figure 3.17 - Real Time Statistics Setup Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. Click on the small rectangle next to “unselected” Stats Package. A menu of opt...
			Captions - Figure 3.18 - Stats Package Option menu
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. Select the Core SS7 option. The option menu closes, and the setting window now...
Lab - Lab3.5 SpIstation Buttons
	Captions - Figure 3.19 - Real Time Statistics Setup Window
	Step 1 - 1. In the Real-Time Statistics Setup Window below the Stats Package field, there is a fi...
	Step 2,3,4... - 2. With your left mouse button, click the first option in the list, Link: BIB Inv...
	Step 2,3,4... - 3. Below the list is a rectangular command button labeled Add. Notice that to the...
	Step 2,3,4... - 4. To the upper right of the Real-Time Statistics window are three round buttons ...
	Step 2,3,4... - 5. With your left mouse button, click on the radio button next to Bar Graph to tu...
Lab - Lab3.6 SpIstation Drag and Drop
	Step 1 - 1. Rearrange and resize the windows on your screen so that both the Links drop box and t...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 2. On the Tejas_2 network map, use your left mouse button to select the linkset b...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 3. After dragging the linksets into the dropbox, release the center mouse button ...
			Captions - Figure 3.20 - Links Displayed in a Drop Box
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. To delete items from a drop box, click on an item in the drop box. It will bec...
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Press the right mouse button. A pop-up menu displays. The options in this menu...
			Captions - Figure 3.21 - Links Action Menu
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Move your cursor to the Delete Selected option, and release the right mouse bu...
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. To delete the drop box, move the mouse over the label defining the drop box op...
			Captions - Figure 3.22 - Stats Object Pop-up Menu
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. Move your cursor to the Delete this stats object option, and release the right...
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. To close this window, select the File pull-down menu, and select Exit.
		Step 2,3,4... - 10. A confirmation box is displayed. Click Yes.
	Head 1 - SpIstation Print Feature
		Captions - Figure 3.23 - Real-Time Statistics Print Window
	Head 1 - Online Manuals
		Subhead - Printing
		Subhead - Edit
		Subhead - View
		Definition - Viewing the Page
			Bullet 1 - Actual Size displays the page at its actual size. Scroll horizontally or vertically to...
			Bullet 1 - Fit Page to Window displays the page into whatever size the Acrobat Window has been pl...
			Bullet 1 - Fit Width to Window displays the page in the Acrobat Window so that the entire width d...
		Definition - Moving Around the Document
			Bullet 1 - First Page and Last Page go immediately to the first or last pages in the document.
			Bullet 1 - Previous Page and Next Page browse back and forth between pages.
			Bullet 1 - Go Back and Go Forward retrace steps in the document. This feature is similar to the H...
			Bullet 1 - Go to a specific page in the document with the Go To Page. Simply enter the page numbe...
		Subhead - Bookmarks and Thumbnails
		Subhead - Tools
		Definition - Hand
		Definition - Zoom In/Zoom Out
		Definition - Select
		Definition - Find
	Head 1 - Chapter 3 Review: Starting the SpIstation
		Step 1 - 1. To start the SpIstation, use your mouse to get this menu from the desktop background....
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. This type of button selects a mutually exclusive option, turning other options...
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. This type of button allows the selection of multiple options. ________________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. This type of button may open/close a window or execute an option. ____________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. This type of menu appears when you click on one of the names along the top of ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. This type of menu appears when you click your right mouse button on an icon or...
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. The window containing the mode icons and other feature icons. ________________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. This feature is used for moving icons from a map to a box. ___________________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. Use one of these two options if you need information on the purpose or configu...
		Chap Num First - 4
		Head Chap - GeoProbe Database Overview
		Summary - This chapter provides an overview of the GeoProbe Database. The System Administration M...
			Head 1 first - Objectives
	Head 1 - The System Administration Mode
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			Captions - Figure 4.1 - Administration Window
			Head 2 - System Administration Window
				Captions - Figure 4.2 - Profile Information Window
				Captions - Figure 4.3 - SpImain Window with Limited Access
			Head 2 - User Account Information Window
				Captions - Figure 4.4 - User Account Information
		Note - Note: The User ID and Password displayed here are for the SpIstation, and have nothing to ...
			Head 2 - License Manager
				Captions - Figure 4.5 - Kill License Dialog Box
	Head 1 - Network Configuration Mode
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			Captions - Figure 4.6 - Tejas_2 Configuration Window
	Head 1 - Chapter 4 Review: GeoProbe Database Overview
		Step 1 - 1. The mode used for assigning user accounts and profiles is: __________________________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. The mode used for defining network maps is: __________________________________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. If users are assigned to the same admin group, what does this allow them to sh...
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. If users do not have access to System Administration privileges, what can they...
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. If users are assigned to the same alarm profile, what information do they shar...
		Chap Num First - 5
		Head Chap - Network Status and Performance Monitoring
		Summary - This chapter introduces the Network Status Mode, the Network State Display feature, and...
			Head 1 first - Objectives
	Head 1 - Network Status Mode Introduction
	Head 1 - List of Labs
	Head 1 - Network Performance Monitoring Applications
		Subhead - Core SS7 Performance Monitoring Application
		Subhead - MTP Performance Monitoring Application
		Subhead - SCCP Performance Monitoring Application
		Subhead - ISUP/TUP/NUP Performance Monitoring Applications
		Subhead - TCAP Performance Monitoring Application
		Subhead - Specific Applications
	Head 1 - Network Status Mode
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			Captions - Figure 5.1 - Network Status Window
			Head 2 - Map Selection Window
				Captions - Figure 5.2 - Network Status Map Selection Window
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Lab - Lab5.1 Network Map Selection Window
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		Step 1 - 1. Click on the Network Status icon. When the Network Status screen opens, select Open f...
			Captions - Figure 5.3 - Available Map List
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. Select Tejas from the list and click the OK button. You should have two map wi...
			Captions - Figure 5.4 - Desktop With Two Map Windows Open
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Select Bring Map Windows to Front from the Options Menu. This option changes t...
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. Select the Default in the Map Selection Window. This brings the Default Map Wi...
			Captions - Figure 5.5 - Open Map Window with Default Map on Top
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Now toggle the New/Front button to New.
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Select Tejas from the Map Selection Window. A second Tejas map opens on your d...
			Captions - Figure 5.6 - Two Tejas Maps, Default Map Windows
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. From the Options Menu, click on Show Map Buttons so that it is unselected. It ...
			Captions - Figure 5.7 - Options Menu Unselected Map Buttons
			Captions - Figure 5.8 - Map Selection Window with Map Names Only
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. From the Options Menu, click on Show Map Buttons again so that it is selected....
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. From the Options Menu, click on Horizontal Window Disposition. This displays t...
			Captions - Figure 5.9 - Horizontal Map Selection Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 10. From the Options Menu, click on Horizontal Window Disposition to deselect it....
		Step 2,3,4... - 11. Select Save Preferences from the File Menu. This will ensure that the next ti...
		Step 2,3,4... - 12. Click on the Default Map Window you have open. Select Close from the File Men...
		Step 2,3,4... - 13. Click on one of the Tejas Map Windows. Select Close from the File Menu to clo...
		Head 2 - Open Map Window
			Captions - Figure 5.10 - Tejas Network Map
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Lab - Lab5.2 Selecting and Viewing Network Element Information
	Step 1 - 1. Select the El Paso SSP with the left mouse button. Notice a white box appears around ...
		Captions - Figure 5.11 - Tejas With Nodes Selected
	Step 2,3,4... - 2. To unselect one element, click the element with your left mouse button again. ...
	Step 2,3,4... - 3. To unselect all elements, move your pointer to a section of the map outside th...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 4. To access the Default Action Menu, move your mouse pointer to any section of t...
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Select the El Paso SSP. Click the right mouse button to display the SSP Action...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Select the More Info option from this menu. The More Information Window for th...
			Captions - Figure 5.12 - SSP More Information Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. Click on Close to close the SSP More Information Window.
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. Select the SpIprobe and display the SpIprobe Action Menu.
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		Step 2,3,4... - 9. Select the More Info option to display the More Information Window for this Sp...
			Captions - Figure 5.13 - SpIprobe More Information Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 10. Click on Close to close the SpIprobe More Information Window.
		Step 2,3,4... - 11. Leave the Tejas Map Window open for the next lab.
		Head 2 - Network Status Map Views
			Captions - Figure 5.14 - Tejas Map with View
		Head 2 - View Editor Window
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		Captions - Figure 5.15 - View Editor Window
		Subhead - View Editor Window Definitions
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		Definition - User, Group, All Views Radio Buttons
Lab - Lab5.3 View Configuration
	Step 1 - 1. Click on the Editors Menu and choose Views. The View Editor Window appears.
		Captions - Figure 5.16 - View Editor Window
	Reminder - Reminder: A User Group is a group of user accounts. Users belonging to the same User G...
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. Click on the radio button for User Views. If any views were previously defined...
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Click Add to add a new view. Name it <#SSP> in the View Name field.
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. In the Visible Node Types section of the window, select SSP_Tejas2.
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Click the Apply button at the bottom of the window to add the view to the Defi...
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Select <#SSP> from the Defined Views list. Click the Apply View to Current Map...
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. Move the View Editor to the side to see the effects of this view. Notice that ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. Move your mouse back to the View Editor Window. Select the Group Views radio b...
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. Now select the All Views radio button. Notice that all views defined in the Ge...
		Step 2,3,4... - 10. Highlight the view you just created from the Defined Views list.
		Step 2,3,4... - 11. Select the Remove View From Current Map button on the left side of the window...
		Step 2,3,4... - 12. In the View Editor Window, click the Add button to add another view.
		Step 2,3,4... - 13. Name this view <#lsalarm>. Configure this view as follows:
		Step 2,3,4... - 14. Click the Apply button to add this view to the Defined Views List.
		Step 2,3,4... - 15. Select Apply View to Current Map and move the View Editor to the side.
		Step 2,3,4... - 16. Move your mouse back to the View Editor Window and select the #lsalarm view f...
		Step 2,3,4... - 17. Select the Remove View From Current Map button on the left side of the window...
		Step 2,3,4... - 18. Choose Close from the File Menu to close the View Editor Window.
	Head 1 - Network State Display
		Head 2 - Network State Display Windows
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			Captions - Figure 5.17 - SS7 Status Display Setup Window
Lab - Lab5.4 Network State Display
	Side Head - Network State Display Icon
		Step 1 - 1. Click on the Network State Display icon from the SpImain. This will open the SS7 Stat...
			Captions - Figure 5.18 - Network Status Display Setup Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. Click the Links radio button.
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Using the middle mouse button, drag and drop the links from Amarillo to El Pas...
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. Click Apply. The Link Status Display Window displays with all of the links lis...
			Captions - Figure 5.19 - Tejas Link Status Display
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Move this window to the side of the desktop.
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		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Select the El Paso SSP from the Network Status map. Press the right mouse butt...
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. Select the Route Status option. The Route Status Display Window opens. Notice ...
			Captions - Figure 5.20 - Route Status for El Paso SSP
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. Move this window to the side of the desktop.
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		Step 2,3,4... - 9. From the Network Status map, deselect the El Paso SSP, then select the Amarill...
		Step 2,3,4... - 10. Select the Subsystem Status. The Subsystem Status Display Window opens.
			Captions - Figure 5.21 - Subsystem Status for Amarillo STP
		Step 2,3,4... - 11. After reading the information about the three types of status windows, close ...
			Captions - Figure 5.22 - Link Status Window
		Subhead - Link Status Display Window
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		Captions - Figure 5.23 - Linkset List Window
		Subhead - Route Status Display
			Captions - Figure 5.24 - Route Status Display Window
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		Captions - Figure 5.25 - Node List Window
		Subhead - Subsystem Status Display
			Captions - Figure 5.26 - Subsystem Status Display window
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		Captions - Figure 5.27 - Node List Window
	Head 1 - Alarm Display
		Head 2 - Network Status Map Alarm Display
			TableTitle - Table 5.1 - Link Alarm Color Example
		Note - Note: Alarm weights and colors on the Bull’s- eye are affected by a text file, as discusse...
			Definition - Alarm Clear and Acknowledgment Requirements
		Note - Note: The availability of Embedded Alarms and Statistical Alarm events is based on install...
			Head 2 - Alarm Logs
			Head 2 - Alarm Log Windows
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			Captions - Figure 5.28 - Global Alarm Log
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		Note - Note: Clicking on the Category, Type, Time, or Element titles define the sort order of the...
			Head 2 - Alarm Log View Options
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			Captions - Figure 5.29 - Alarm Log View Options
			TableTitle - Table 5.2 - Operator Definitions for Sample Alarm Log
			Head 2 - Expanded Alarm
				Captions - Figure 5.30 - Expanded Alarm Window
Lab - Lab5.5 Working with Network Status Alarm Logs
	Note - Note: Aging alarms refers to the process by which the SpIserver deletes all cleared alarm...
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		Step 1 - 1. Choose Global Alarm Log, as shown in Figure5.31, from the Alarms Menu. The Global Al...
			Captions - Figure 5.31 - Global Alarm Log Window
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		Step 2,3,4... - 2. With your left mouse button, click on the map background to clear any selected...
			Captions - Figure 5.32 - Map Alarm Log
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		Step 2,3,4... - 3. With your left mouse button, select the linkset between El Paso and Laredo. Cl...
			Captions - Figure 5.33 - Network Element Alarm Log
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. Click on the Close command button of the Network Element Alarm Log. Bring the ...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Move your mouse to the Map Alarm Log window. From the Options Menu, select Vie...
			Captions - Figure 5.34 - View Options Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Set alarm viewing options to display Don’t Care for the Clear and Ack States, ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. In the Map Alarm Log, click on the Category title to sort alarms by category. ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. You can expand an alarm to view information, clear it, or add comments to it. ...
			Captions - Figure 5.35 - Expanded Alarm Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. Click on the Enter Comments button. The Alarm Comment Window displays as shown...
			Captions - Figure 5.36 - Alarm Comment Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 10. Click in the Alarm Comment box. The I-beam cursor starts flashing, indicating...
		Step 2,3,4... - 11. Click on the Clear and Acknowledge buttons if the alarm has not been cleared ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 12. Click on the Close button to return to the alarm log. The alarm should NOT ha...
		Step 2,3,4... - 13. Find an alarm in the alarm log that has not been acknowledged. There will be ...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 14. From the Actions Menu, choose the Acknowledge Selected Option. When the alarm...
		Step 2,3,4... - 15. Scroll through the alarm log to see alarms that have not been cleared. There ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 16. Select View from the Options Menu. In the View Window, select Cleared for the...
		Step 2,3,4... - 17. Click on the Close button to close the Map Alarm Log Window.
		Head 2 - Bull’s-eye Alarm Display
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	Note - Note: Bull’s-eye colors, text, and display can be customized by the GeoProbe Manager.
		Captions - Figure 5.37 - Bull’s-eye Window
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		Captions - Figure 5.38 - Links Segment Window
		Captions - Figure 5.39 - Network Segment Window
		Captions - Figure 5.40 - Mass Calls Segment Window
		Captions - Figure 5.41 - Services Segment Window
		Captions - Figure 5.42 - Calls Segment Window
Lab - Lab5.6 Displaying Bull’s-eye Alarms
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		Step 1 - 1. Select the Bull’s-eye icon from the SpImain menu.
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. The Bull’s-eye displays with the default configuration provided by Inet.
			Captions - Figure 5.43 - Bull’s-eye Window in Alarm
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. If there is a functional area in alarm, click on the button for that area. If ...
			Captions - Figure 5.44 - Links and Linksets Segments in Alarm
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. Click on the segment in alarm. If two or more segments are in alarm, click on ...
			Captions - Figure 5.45 - Bull’s-eye Segment Alarm Log
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Select Close from the File Menu to close the alarm log.
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Move your cursor to the header bar of the Segment Window and click the right m...
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. Repeat step3 through step6 to view Segment Windows and alarm logs for other ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. Choose Exit from the File Menu to close the Bull’s-eye Window.
	Head 1 - Chapter 5 Summary: Network Status and Performance Monitoring
		Head 2 - Icon and Menu Descriptions
			Subhead - SpImain Icons
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			Subhead - Editors Menu
				TableTitle - Table 5.3 - Editors Menu
			Subhead - Alarms Menu
				TableTitle - Table 5.4 - Alarms Menu
			Subhead - Default Action Menu
				TableTitle - Table 5.5 - Action Menu
			Head 2 - Procedural Flow Charts
				Subhead - View Map Alarms
				Subhead - View Network State Display
				Subhead - View Bull’s-eye Alarms
	Head 1 - Chapter 5 Review: Network Status and Performance Monitoring
		Step 1 - 1. What does the New/Front option do in the Map Selection Window?_______________________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. You can display certain network elements and “hide” others by setting differen...
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. If you wish to know the point code of an element, how would you do this?______...
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. Why would a network element flash between two colors?_________________________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. This feature allows you to display the state, route, and subsystem status of a...
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Why might two users see the same alarm, but in different colors?______________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. Name two ways to acknowledge alarms:________________ _________________________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. If a GeoProbe user clears an alarm, does that mean the problem has been solved...
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. Identify the benefits of adding comments to the expanded alarm display:_______...
		Step 2,3,4... - 10. The ____________________ displays alarms based on network functionality.
		Chap Num First - 6
		Head Chap - Network Performance Statistics and Reports
		Summary - This chapter explains how to work with Performance Monitoring Statistics and Historical...
			Head 1 first - Objectives
	Head 1 - Statistics and Reporting Applications
	Head 1 - List of Labs
	Head 1 - Real-Time Statistics
		Side Head - Real-Time Statistics Icon
	Head 1 - Real-Time Statistics Setup Window
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			Captions - Figure 6.1 - Real-Time Statistics Setup Window
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		Note - Note: The Signalling Group element will only display statistics for the Country Code package.
			TableTitle - Table 6.1- Data Mode Calculations
	Head 1 - Real-Time Stats Graph Windows
		Def2 - Plot Graph
			Captions - Figure 6.2 - Real- Time Stats Graph Window - Plot Graph
		Def2 - Peg Counts
			Captions - Figure 6.3 - Real -Time Stats Graph Window - Peg Counts
		Def2 - Bar Graph
			Captions - Figure 6.4 - Real -Time Stats Graph Window - Bar Graph
		Subhead - Real-Time Stats Graph Menu Options
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			Captions - Figure 6.5 - Plot Graph Resources Window
Lab - Lab6.1 Display Real-Time Statistics Plot Graph
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		Step 1 - 1. In Network Status mode, choose Real-Time from the Statistics Menu. Choose Configure f...
			Captions - Figure 6.6 - Real -Time Statistics Setup Window
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		Step 2,3,4... - 2. Click the Stats Package option button and choose Core SS7 from the options men...
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Click the toggle button next to Link to display only Core SS7 statistics for l...
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. In the Statistics Category List, click Link: FISU Count in the list to select ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Click Add to add the statistics category to the Statistics Object Display area...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 7. Repeat step4 through step6 to add Link: MSU Count to the Statistics Object D...
			Captions - Figure 6.7 - Real -Time Statistics Setup for Tejas
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. In the FISU Count Statistics Element drop box, click the El Paso-Laredo link w...
			Captions - Figure 6.8 - Item Action Menu
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. From the pop-up Item Action Menu, choose Delete Selected. The El Paso-Laredo l...
		Step 2,3,4... - 10. Move the mouse pointer over the Link: FISU Count label, then click the right ...
			Captions - Figure 6.9 - Stats Object Item Menu
		Step 2,3,4... - 11. From the pop-up menu, select Delete this stats object. The Link: FISU Count o...
		Step 2,3,4... - 12. Repeat step4 through step6 to re-assign the Link: FISU Count to the Statist...
		Step 2,3,4... - 13. Click the Default Rate toggle button to select the default accumulation rate ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 14. Select Per Second for the Data Mode.
		Step 2,3,4... - 15. Enter 0 hours and 45 minutes in the History field. This is the period for whi...
		Step 2,3,4... - 16. Click the Plot Graph toggle button to display the statistics as a plot graph.
		Step 2,3,4... - 17. After all parameters have been defined, click the Apply button to display the...
			Captions - Figure 6.10 - Real-Time Stats Graph Window -Plot Graph
		Step 2,3,4... - 18. From the Resources Menu, click on Graph Resources option to display the Plot ...
			Captions - Figure 6.11 - Stats Plot Graph Resources Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 19. To show a background grid for the graph, click on toggle buttons Show X Grids...
		Step 2,3,4... - 20. The Line Pattern box shows the pattern of the gridlines. Click on the box to ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 21. Select the format for the time displayed on the graph by clicking on the X Ax...
		Step 2,3,4... - 22. Choose to show a legend by clicking on the Show Legend toggle button. The leg...
		Step 2,3,4... - 23. Choose to show a border around the top and right sides of the graph by clicki...
		Step 2,3,4... - 24. The Display Time Interval is the length of time in seconds for which data is ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 25. The history field is the length of time for which data is displayed in the sc...
	Note - Note: You can also enter the hours and minutes on the Real-Time Statistics Setup screen wh...
		Step 2,3,4... - 26. When all parameters have been defined, click Close.
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		Step 2,3,4... - 27. Select File, then Save Data As to save the data from this RealTime Statistic...
			Captions - Figure 6.12 - Save Stats Data File
		Step 2,3,4... - 28. Enter <#data> to name your saved session. You can then recall this Real-time ...
Lab - Lab6.2 Display Real-Time Statistics Peg Count and Bar Graphs
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		Step 1 - 1. From the Plot Graph Display Menu, click on the Peg Counts option. The Plot Graph chan...
			Captions - Figure 6.13 - Real-Time Statistics Peg Count
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. The menu options available in the Peg Count Window are identical to the Plot G...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 3. From the Peg Counts Display Menu, select Bar Graph. The real- time statistics ...
			Captions - Figure 6.14 - Bar Graph Statistics Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. Select Graph Resources from the Resources Menu. The Stats Bar Graph Resources ...
			Captions - Figure 6.15 - Stats Bar Graph Resources Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. To choose to show a background grid for the graph, click on the toggle buttons...
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Use the arrows to the right of the Line Width box to toggle the width up or down.
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. The Line Pattern box shows the pattern of the gridlines. Click on the box to s...
			Captions - Figure 6.16 - Sample Bar Graph
	Note - Note: You can enter numbers in the fields in the 3D Effect section of the window directly,...
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. Enter a number in the Depth field to determine the depth of the Z dimension of...
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. Enter a number in the Inclination field to determine the degree of rotation in...
		Step 2,3,4... - 10. Enter a number in the Rotation field to determine the degree of rotation in t...
		Step 2,3,4... - 11. Click on the Invert Orientation toggle button to invert the bars from horizon...
		Step 2,3,4... - 12. Click on the Show Peak Values toggle button to show the peak values for the s...
		Step 2,3,4... - 13. Click on the Show Axis Bounding Box toggle button to show a border around the...
		Step 2,3,4... - 14. Each parameter is applied as soon as the values for it are entered. When all ...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 15. From the File Menu, select Exit to return to the Real-Time Statistics Setup W...
Lab - Lab6.3 Saving and Recalling the Display Configuration
	Captions - Figure 6.17 - Real-Time Stats Setup Window for Tejas
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		Step 1 - 1. In the Real-Time Statistics Setup Window, select Save Data from the File Menu. The Sa...
			Captions - Figure 6.18 - Save Stats Config Files Window
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		Step 2,3,4... - 2. Verify the path. It should end with /username/stats/config/*. If you are unsur...
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Click on the OK button to save the configuration file and close the Save Stats...
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. In the Real-Time Stats Setup Window select Open from the File Menu. The Open S...
			Captions - Figure 6.19 - Open Stats Config File Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Verify the path. It should end with /username/stats/config/*. If you are unsur...
			Captions - Figure 6.20 - Real-Time Stats Setup Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Click on Apply to display the Real-Time Stats Graph Window.
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. Now recall the data file you saved in Lab6.1. In the RealTime Stats Graph Wi...
			Captions - Figure 6.21 - Open Graph Data Files Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. Click on the <#data> file you saved previously. The Plot Graph Window opens.
			Captions - Figure 6.22 - Saved Plot Graph Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. Close all Real-Time Stats Graph Windows and return to the Tejas Network Status...
	Head 1 - Behavioral Statistics
		Subhead - Behavioral Statistics Configurations Window
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			Captions - Figure 6.23 - Behavioral Statistics Configuration
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			Subhead - Behavioral Statistics Configuration <StatsType> Window
				Captions - Figure 6.24 - Behavioral Statistics Configuration <StatsType> Window
			Subhead - Behavioral Statistics Status Window
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			Captions - Figure 6.25 - Behavioral Statistics Status Window
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Lab - Lab6.4 Display Behavioral Statistics Status - Core SS7
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		Step 1 - 1. From SpImain, select the Behavioral Statistics icon. The Behavioral Statistics Config...
			Captions - Figure 6.26 - Behavioral Statistics Configuration
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. From the Behavioral Statistics Configurations Window, select a Profile that is...
			Captions - Figure 6.27 - Behavioral Statistics Configuration <StatsType> Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Note the settings for the displayed profile, then click Close to return to the...
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. From the Behavioral Statistics Configurations Window, double-click on the prof...
			Captions - Figure 6.28 - Behavioral Statistics Status Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. It may take a few moments for the Behavioral Statistics Status Window to displ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Click on the Pause Button, and note the Last Update Time. The Window will not ...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 7. From the Actions Menu, select Reset. Notice the Start and Last Update times re...
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. Exit the Behavioral Statistics Application.
	Head 1 - Historical Statistics Reports
		Captions - Figure 6.29 - Formatted Report from Business Objects
Lab - Lab6.5 Open a Universe
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		Step 1 - 1. Select the Historical Statistics Reports icon from the SpImain Menu. The Business Obj...
			Captions - Figure 6.30 - BusinessObjects™ Entry Point Window
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		Step 2,3,4... - 2. Select Open Universe from the File Menu. A list of available universes are dis...
			Captions - Figure 6.31 - Select Universe To Open Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Select the CORE-SS7 universe from the list by clicking on it. Click on OK to o...
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. The Core SS7 Universe Window opens. It may take several seconds for your works...
			Captions - Figure 6.32 - The Universe Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. If no queries or reports display when the universe is opened, you will need to...
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		Captions - Figure 6.33 - Select Query to Import
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Select all queries. To do this, click on the first query in the list. Scroll t...
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. Click the Import with Associated Documents button to turn it on, then click OK...
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. The Universe will now display Query and Report Files. There are three icons as...
Lab - Lab6.6 Generate a Historical Report
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		Step 1 - 1. Every universe contains a TOC (Table of Contents) query. This will display a list of ...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 2. Run the TOC query by selecting the Execute Query icon from the toolbar. You ca...
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Double-click on the TOC.E01 report icon. The result is an online report simila...
			Captions - Figure 6.34 - Table of Contents Report for Core SS7 Statistics
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. Choose Close Report from the File Menu to close the TOC report.
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Select the Core7_02 query and execute it.
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. In order to execute the query, you must specify the time period for the histor...
			Captions - Figure 6.35 - Query Variables Dialog Box
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. The Start Date is the date for which you want to retrieve the statistical data...
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. The Start Time is the time on the Start Date at which you want to start retrie...
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. The fourth field in the dialog box will vary depending on the type of statisti...
			Captions - Figure 6.36 - List of Values Dialog Box for Links
		Step 2,3,4... - 10. Click on the All button to select all displayed links.
		Step 2,3,4... - 11. Click on the OK button to accept the specified variables and execute the quer...
			Captions - Figure 6.37 - Execute Query Window
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		Step 2,3,4... - 12. When the query has been executed, an .ASC file is shown below the icon for th...
			Captions - Figure 6.38 - CORE7_02 Report in ASCII Format
		Step 2,3,4... - 13. To save the report as an Excel file in the universe window, choose Convert To...
			Captions - Figure 6.39 - Document Menu
		Step 2,3,4... - 14. Select Close from the File Menu to close the report and return to the Core SS...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 15. A .E01 report icon is shown below the .ASC file icon. The report contains for...
			Captions - Figure 6.40 - CORE7_02 Formatted Report
		Subhead - CORE7_02 Report Fields
			Step 2,3,4... - 16. Leave the CORE7_02 report open for the next lab.
Lab - Lab6.7 Duplicate and Modify a Report
	Step 1 - 1. Select the report you viewed in the previous lab.
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		Step 2,3,4... - 2. From the Documents Menu, select Duplicate. A new report displays below the ori...
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Select the new report, and double-click to open it. The Report opens in the Re...
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. To modify the color or font characteristics of a cell, you must first select i...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Choose Font from the Format Menu and change the format in the dialog box that ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Choose Color from the Format Menu and change the color of cells as you desire.
	Note - Note: BusinessObjects™ treats all data rows that contain the same result objects as the sa...
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. To select rows, move your cursor to the left border of the Report Window. The ...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 8. Choose Close Report from the File Menu to close the report.
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. From the Universe File Menu, select Close Universe.
		Step 2,3,4... - 10. From the Business Objects Window, Exit the Business Objects application.
	Head 1 - Chapter 6 Summary: Network Performance Statistics and Reports
		Head 2 - Icon and Menu Descriptions
			Subhead - SpImain Icons
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			Subhead - Statistics Menu
				TableTitle - Table 6.2 - Statistics Menu
			Head 2 - Procedural Flow Charts
				Subhead - Configuring Real-Time Statistics
				Subhead - Configuring Behavioral Statistics
				Subhead - Generating Historical Reports
	Head 1 - Chapter 6 Review: Network Performance Statistics and Reports
		Step 1 - 1. What are the three types of statistical graphs available in Real-Time Statistics? ___...
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. Which statistics are displayed in real-time?
			Step a - a. Real-Time Statistics
			Step b,c,d... - b. Behavioral Statistics
			Step b,c,d... - c. Historical Statistics
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. In Behavioral Statistics, if counts are displayed from lowest to highest, is t...
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. Explain how to generate a historical report from the Universe Window._________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Before modifying a report, what should you do to preserve the original report ...
			Chap Num First - 7
		Head Chap - Network Surveillance Applications
		Summary - This chapter explains the applications available for troubleshooting, fault isolation a...
			Head 1 first - Objectives
	Head 1 - Network Surveillance Applications Introduction
	Head 1 - List of Labs
	Head 1 - Remote Monitoring Package
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			Subhead - ReMON Configuration Window
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			Captions - Figure 7.1 - ReMON Configuration Window
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		Note - Note: ReMON limitations are defined based on resource allocation and customization by the ...
			Subhead - ReMON Window
				Captions - Figure 7.2 - ReMON Capture Window
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Lab - Lab7.1 Open Remote Monitoring
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		Step 1 - 1. Choose ReMON from the Surveillance Menu or the ReMON icon on the SpImain menu. The Re...
			Captions - Figure 7.3 - ReMON Configuration Window
	Note - Note: Your workstation may be set up to allow you to drag and drop nodes to bring in all l...
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. Drag and drop the linksets to the drop box. The links that are part of those l...
			Captions - Figure 7.4 - Global Linkset List Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Choose Save from the File Menu. Leave the file in the default directory. Name ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. Click Apply in the Remote Monitoring Configuration Window to begin remote moni...
			Captions - Figure 7.5 - ReMON Window
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		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Click the Start Capture icon to begin capturing data from the network. You wil...
			Captions - Figure 7.6 - ReMON Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Leave the ReMON session up and running for the next section.
		Subhead - ReMON Preferences
	Note - Note: Each user must use a unique preference file to avoid conflicts with searches, filter...
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		Subhead - Filter, Search and View Parameters
			Captions - Figure 7.7 - Filter Preferences Window
		Definition - Level 2 Parameters
			Captions - Figure 7.8 - Level2 Tab
	Note - Note: RX messages are incoming; TX messages are outgoing.
		Definition - SCCP
			Captions - Figure 7.9 - SCCP Tab
			Captions - Figure 7.10 - MAP Op Codes Parameter Window
		Definition - MTP Parameters
			Captions - Figure 7.11 - MTP Tab
			Captions - Figure 7.12 - SNM Message Types to Block/Pass
		Definition - CICs
			Captions - Figure 7.13 - CICs Tab
		Subhead - Miscellaneous Preferences
			Captions - Figure 7.14 - Miscellaneous Preferences
	Side Head - SU Color by Message (on) SU Color by Message (off)
	TableTitle - Table 7.1 - SU Color Schemes
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			Subhead - Columns Preference
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			Captions - Figure 7.15 - Columns Preferences Window
			Subhead - Set Aging Preference
				Captions - Figure 7.16 - Capture Remote File Aging
Lab - Lab7.2 Set Miscellaneous Preferences
	Step 1 - 1. Choose Misc... from the Preferences Menu (see Figure7.17).
		Captions - Figure 7.17 - Miscellaneous Preferences
	Step 2,3,4... - 2. Choose Linkset for SU Color By Source. This defines what the colors of the cap...
	Step 2,3,4... - 3. Leave the Scroll Rate as the default and change Enable Auto Scroll on Start to...
	Step 2,3,4... - 4. Click the Close button.
	Step 2,3,4... - 5. Choose Columns from the Preferences Menu (see Figure7.18).
		Captions - Figure 7.18 - Columns Preferences Window
	Step 2,3,4... - 6. Turn all columns to ON. This enables you to view all parameters of the message...
	Step 2,3,4... - 7. Click the Close button.
	Step 2,3,4... - 8. Click the Stop icon then the Start icon to restart capture with these new pref...
	Step 2,3,4... - 9. Select one of the messages in the window by clicking on it. The scrolling in t...
	Step 2,3,4... - 10. Double-click on the message to expand it (Figure7.19). You can see all the p...
		Captions - Figure 7.19 - Message—ReMON Expanded View
	Step 2,3,4... - 11. Click on the Close button to close the ReMON Expanded View Window.
	Step 2,3,4... - 12. Click the Stop icon to stop capture. Leave the ReMON Window open for the next...
Lab - Lab7.3 Set Search and View Preferences
	Step 1 - 1. Select Search from the Preferences Menu, then choose the Level 2 Tab. The Level 2 Par...
		Captions - Figure 7.20 - Level 2 Search Parameter Tab
	Step 2,3,4... - 2. Change the FISU to Pass.
	Step 2,3,4... - 3. Choose the MTP Tab. The MTP Search Parameters Tab displays.
		Captions - Figure 7.21 - MTP Search Parameters Tab
	Step 2,3,4... - 4. Choose to block all User Parts except MTNS. Pass the MTNS user part and click OK.
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		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Click the Search Up and Search Down icons. The first message that meets your d...
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Choose View from the Preferences Menu. The Level 2 View Parameter Tab displays.
			Captions - Figure 7.22 - Level 2 View Parameter Tab
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. Change the FISU to Pass.
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. Choose the MTP Tab. The MTP View Parameters Tab displays.
			Captions - Figure 7.23 - MTP View Parameter Tab
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. Choose to block all User Parts except MTNS. Pass the MTNS user part and click OK.
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		Step 2,3,4... - 10. Choose the View icon and select the second view icon, which applies the view ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 11. Before leaving this lab, change the view back to display all messages.
Lab - Lab7.4 Tag, Zap, and Search and View Tagged Messages
	Step 1 - 1. With a ReMON session running, or reviewing a stopped ReMON session, select any messag...
	Step 2,3,4... - 2. Click on the Tag icon, or select Tag from the Actions menu.
		Captions - Figure 7.24 - Tag Messages
	Step 2,3,4... - 3. Repeat the procedure to tag several messages in the ReMON session.
	Step 2,3,4... - 4. Click on the Search Tag Up or Search Tag Down icon or select Search Tag from t...
		Captions - Figure 7.25 - Search Tagged Messages
	Step 2,3,4... - 5. You can also choose to view only tagged messages in your ReMON session. Select...
		Captions - Figure 7.26 - View Tagged Messages
	Step 2,3,4... - 6. Click the first View icon to return the view to all messages.
		Captions - Figure 7.27 - View All Messages
	Step 2,3,4... - 7. Click the Zap icon or choose Zap from the Actions menu to mark all of the mess...
		Captions - Figure 7.28 - Zap and Unzap Messages
Lab - Lab7.5 Set Filter Preferences
	Step 1 - 1. Choose Filter from the Preferences Menu. Then choose the Level2 Tab. The Level 2 Fil...
	Note - Note: The filter that you set here can either be on or off for monitoring. Therefore, afte...
		Captions - Figure 7.29 - Level 2 Filter Preferences Tab
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. Change the Level 2 Parameters to the following:
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Select the MTP Tab.
			Captions - Figure 7.30 - MTP Filter Preferences Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. Choose to block all users parts except MTNS.
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Click on OK to close the Filter Preferences Window.
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Click the Filter button to ON (Figure7.31) before you begin monitoring. You c...
			Captions - Figure 7.31 - Filter Button
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. Click the Start button (Figure7.32) to begin capturing messages on the links.
			Captions - Figure 7.32 - Start Button
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. When you’re finished looking at the ReMON display, stop capture and select Exi...
	Head 1 - User Call Trace
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			Captions - Figure 7.33 - Call Trace Types
		Note - Note: Available Call Trace Types are based on installed applications.
			Subhead - Call Trace Configuration Window
				Captions - Figure 7.34 - Call Trace Configuration Window
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				Captions - Figure 7.35 - Applications Configure Window
			Subhead - Call Trace Window
				Captions - Figure 7.36 - Real-Time Call Trace Window
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			Captions - Figure 7.38 - View/Search Configuration Window
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			Subhead - User Call Trace Applications Configure Window
				Captions - Figure 7.39 - User Call Trace Application Configuration Window
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			Definition - Call Record Display
		TableTitle - Table 7.2 - Call Records Default Colors
			Subhead - Expanded Call Trace Window
				Captions - Figure 7.40 - Expanded Call Trace Window
				Captions - Figure 7.41 - Expanded Call Trace Record
Lab - Lab7.6 Configure Real-Time User Call Trace
	Step 1 - 1. Select Call Trace from the Surveillance Menu or click on the Real-Time User Call Trac...
		Captions - Figure 7.42 - Call Trace Types Window
	Step 2,3,4... - 2. Select Circuit-related and click on OK. The Call Trace Configuration Window op...
		Captions - Figure 7.43 - Call Trace Configuration Window
	Step 2,3,4... - 3. Click the toggle button next to the West Texas Signalling Group(s) to trace th...
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		Step 2,3,4... - 4. To further localize your call trace, right click in the Pointcodes box to open...
	Note - Note: Since all pointcodes are related to a signalling group, once you add a pointcode to ...
		Captions - Figure 7.44 - Pointcode Definition List
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. From the Call Trace Configuration Window, click in the Type field to specify w...
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Enter the phone number or numbers you want to monitor in the Called and/or Cal...
	Note - Note: If you leave the Called and Calling fields blank, the Call Trace application will mo...
	Note - Note: The OK command button closes the Configuration Window when the Call Trace Window ope...
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. Click the OK or Apply command buttons to start collecting messages. The Call T...
			Captions - Figure 7.45 - Call Trace Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. You can change the view of the session by selecting the Lines icon or selectin...
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. Select any call and see the messages associated with that call. Double-click o...
			Captions - Figure 7.46 - Compressed Signal Unit Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 10. You can expand any message in this window for further troubleshooting. Double...
			Captions - Figure 7.47 - Expanded Message Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 11. Choose Close from the File menu to close the Expanded Message Window. The Com...
		Step 2,3,4... - 12. Choose Close from the File menu. The Call Trace Window displays.
		Step 2,3,4... - 13. Choose Exit from the File menu to close the Call Trace Window.
	Head 1 - SUDStore and Failed Call/Transaction
		Subhead - sudsMain Window
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			Captions - Figure 7.48 - sudsMain Window
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			Captions - Figure 7.49 - SUDS and Failed Call Recall Types Window
		Note - Note: Available Recall Types are based on installed applications.
			Subhead - SUDS/Failed Calls Recall Configuration Window
				Captions - Figure 7.50 - Recall Configuration Window
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				Captions - Figure 7.51 - SUDS Application Configuration Window
			Subhead - SUDS and Failed Calls Recall Window
		Note - Note: The SUDS and Failed Calls Recall applications each require a dedicated TCP/IP port o...
			Captions - Figure 7.52 - Failed Calls Recall
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			Definition - SUDS/Failed Call Preferences
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			Subhead - View/Search Configuration Window
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			Captions - Figure 7.54 - View/Search Configuration Window
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				Captions - Figure 7.55 - SUDS/Failed Calls Recall Application Configuration Window
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			Definition - Call Record Display
			Subhead - Expanded SUDS/Failed Calls Recall Window
				Captions - Figure 7.56 - Expanded SUDS/Failed Calls Record Window
				Captions - Figure 7.57 - Expanded Message Window
Lab - Lab7.7 Configuring SUDS/Failed Calls Recall
	Step 1 - 1. Click either the SUDS Recall or the Failed Calls Recall Icon from the SpImain Menu. T...
		Captions - Figure 7.58 - Recall Types Window
	Step 2,3,4... - 2. Choose Circuit-related Call Tracking and click the OK button. The Recall Confi...
		Captions - Figure 7.59 - Recall Configuration Window
	Step 2,3,4... - 3. Enter the start date and time for recall. Refer to the SUDStore and Failed Cal...
	Step 2,3,4... - 4. Enter the duration or end time of your call recall session.
	Step 2,3,4... - 5. Enter the maximum number of calls you want to recall at one time. The default ...
	Step 2,3,4... - 6. Click the toggle button next to the Signalling Group(s) you want to recall cal...
	Step 2,3,4... - 7. You can filter which Signalling Groups appear in the list by clicking in the D...
	Step 2,3,4... - 8. To display only calls related to a specific pointcode in a profile, select the...
		Captions - Figure 7.60 - Pointcode Definition List
	Note - Note: Since all pointcodes are related to a signalling group, once you add a pointcode to ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. Enter the phone number or numbers you want to recall in the Called and/or Call...
			Captions - Figure 7.61 - SUDS Recall Configuration Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 10. You can save your Recall configuration by selecting Save As from the File Men...
		Step 2,3,4... - 11. Once you have set the configuration parameters, click the Apply or OK button ...
			Captions - Figure 7.62 - Recall Window - Displaying Calls
	Note - Note: If you use the OK button to open the Recall Window then the Recall Configuration Win...
		Step 2,3,4... - 12. To stop retrieving calls, click the Stop Icon.
		Step 2,3,4... - 13. To begin retrieving calls after stopping, click the Start Icon.
		Step 2,3,4... - 14. To display all the SS7 messages associated with a specific call record, doubl...
			Captions - Figure 7.63 - SUDS/Failed Calls Recall Signal Unit Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 15. To get the next set of calls, select the Next Page Icon. The new calls are pl...
		Step 2,3,4... - 16. To stop searching and display what call records were found, select the Abort ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 17. To display an expanded view of the SS7 message, double- click on the message ...
			Captions - Figure 7.64 - Expanded SUDS/Failed Call Recall Message Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 18. Click on the Hex button to view the SS7 message in Hex Mode.
		Step 2,3,4... - 19. Click the Close button to return to the SUDS/Failed Call Recall Window.
		Step 2,3,4... - 20. Click the Stop icon and leave the recall session open for the next Lab.
Lab - Lab7.8 Changing Lines for a SUDS/Failed Call Recall Session
	Step 1 - 1. You can change the information displayed in the SUDS/ Failed Call Recall Window by cl...
		Captions - Figure 7.65 - Recall Fields Window
	Note - Note: By clicking the toggle button next to one of the fields you can control the informat...
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. To save changes, select Save Preferences from the Preferences Menu. You can re...
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Select Exit from the File Menu to end a SUDS/Failed Call Recall session.
	Head 1 - Mass Call Onset Package
		Subhead - Mass Call Configurations Window
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			Captions - Figure 7.66 - Mass Call Configurations Window
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			Subhead - Mass Call Configuration Window
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			Captions - Figure 7.67 - Mass Call Configuration Window
			Captions - Figure 7.68 - Mass Call Prefix Window
			Subhead - Mass Call Status Window
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Lab - Lab7.9 Monitor Mass Calling Event
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		Step 1 - 1. Click the Mass Call icon which is on the SpImain menu. The Mass Call Configurations W...
			Captions - Figure 7.70 - Mass Call Configurations Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. Select an event to start the Mass Call Status. Be sure you select an event tha...
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. Double-click the event or select Show Status from the Actions Menu. The Mass C...
			Captions - Figure 7.71 - Mass Call Status Window
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. From the Actions Menu, select Change Refresh Rate. Set the Refresh Rate to 20 ...
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. Click the Pause button to pause statistical updates. Note the Last Update Time...
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. Select Close from the File menu to close Mass Call Status. Select Exit from th...
	Head 1 - Chapter 7 Summary: Network Surveillance Applications
		Subhead - SpImain Icons and Menu
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		TableTitle - Table 7.3 - Surveillance Menu
			Subhead - Configure ReMON and Capture Data
			Subhead - Configure Real-Time User Call Trace
			Subhead - Configure and Display SUDS/Failed Calls Recall
			Subhead - Monitor Mass Call Events
	Head 1 - Chapter 7 Review: Network Surveillance Applications
		Step 1 - 1. Do applications on the GeoProbe system affect SpIprobe resources?____________________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 2. What does ReMON allow you to do?___________________ __________________________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 3. What is the difference between filters and view?__________ ___________________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 4. What is the purpose of the columns preference in ReMON and User Call Trace?___...
		Step 2,3,4... - 5. What do you enter in the point code box if you want to trace a call through an...
		Step 2,3,4... - 6. If you wanted to trace on all numbers with the 972 prefix, how would you enter...
		Step 2,3,4... - 7. What is the difference between Real-Time User Call Trace and SUDStore Recall?_...
		Step 2,3,4... - 8. What is the difference between SUDStore Recall and Failed Calls Recall?_______...
		Step 2,3,4... - 9. What is a Mass Call Event?___________________________ ________________________...
		Step 2,3,4... - 10. In Mass Call, what is the relationship between the sample rate and the onset ...
		Head 1 - Index
Head Chap w/o # - Glossary
	Glossary Entry - ACM
	Glossary Entry - Adobe Display Postscript©
	Glossary Entry - Administration Tool
	Glossary Entry - admintool
	Glossary Entry - AERM
	Glossary Entry - Aging
	Glossary Entry - AIN Performance Monitoring Package
	Glossary Entry - AIS
	Glossary Entry - Alarms
		Glossary II - Categorized
		Glossary II - Configuration
		Glossary II - Definitions
		Glossary II - Display
		Glossary II - Log
		Glossary II - Manager
		Glossary II - Profiles
		Glossary II - States
		Glossary II - Thresholds
		Glossary II - Weight
	Glossary Entry - ANM
	Glossary Entry - ANSI
	Glossary Entry - API
	Glossary Entry - Application Processor
	Glossary Entry - Background Map
	Glossary Entry - Behavioral Statistics
	Glossary Entry - BIB
	Glossary Entry - Billing, Marketing Support Package
	Glossary Entry - Bit
	Glossary Entry - BLA
	Glossary Entry - BLO
	Glossary Entry - BSN
	Glossary Entry - Bull’s-eye Display
	Glossary Entry - Business Objects™
	Glossary Entry - Buttons
	Glossary Entry - Call Detail Record Generation Package
	Glossary Entry - Call/Transaction Tracking Package
	Glossary Entry - CBA
	Glossary Entry - CBD
	Glossary Entry - CCR
	Glossary Entry - CCITT
	Glossary Entry - CCS
	Glossary Entry - CCS7
	Glossary Entry - CCT
	Glossary Entry - CDE
	Glossary Entry - Cellular Fraud Detection
	Glossary Entry -
	Glossary Entry - CGB
	Glossary Entry - CGBA
	Glossary Entry - CGU
	Glossary Entry - CGUA
	Glossary Entry - Choose
	Glossary Entry - CIC
	Glossary Entry - CK
	Glossary Entry - CLASS
	Glossary Entry - Classmarks
		Glossary II - Call-Trace Capability
		Glossary II - Database Synchronization
		Glossary II - Edit Point Codes
		Glossary II - Graphics File Maintenance
		Glossary II - Historical Statistics
		Glossary II - Reach-Through Capability
		Glossary II - Real-Time Statistics
		Glossary II - Remote Monitoring
	Glossary Entry - Click
	Glossary Entry - Cluster
	Glossary Entry - COA
	Glossary Entry - Color Palette Configuration
	Glossary Entry - Combined Linkset
	Glossary Entry - Command Buttons
	Glossary Entry - Common Channel Signalling
	Glossary Entry - Continuous Processes
	Glossary Entry - COO
	Glossary Entry - COPC
	Glossary Entry - Core SS7 Performance Monitoring Application
	Glossary Entry - CQM
	Glossary Entry - CQR
	Glossary Entry - CRM
	Glossary Entry - CTPC
	Glossary Entry - CVR
	Glossary Entry - CVT
	Glossary Entry - Database Manager
	Glossary Entry - Database Servers
	Glossary Entry - DCE
	Glossary Entry - DLP
	Glossary Entry - Double-Click
	Glossary Entry - DPC
	Glossary Entry - Drag
	Glossary Entry - Drag and Drop
	Glossary Entry - Drop box
	Glossary Entry - DTE
	Glossary Entry - dump
	Glossary Entry - DUP
	Glossary Entry - ECA
	Glossary Entry - ECO
	Glossary Entry - Embedded Events
	Glossary Entry - Ethernet
	Glossary Entry - ETSI
	Glossary Entry - FIB
	Glossary Entry - Fields
	Glossary Entry - Filters
	Glossary Entry - FirstWatch
	Glossary Entry - FISU
	Glossary Entry - Flag
	Glossary Entry - Flow Control
	Glossary Entry - Fraud Management
	Glossary Entry - FSN
	Glossary Entry - FTP
	Glossary Entry - GeoProbe System
	Glossary Entry - Global Alarm Log
	Glossary Entry - GTT
	Glossary Entry - GRA
	Glossary Entry - Graphics Database
		Glossary II - Network Groups
		Glossary II - User Group
	Glossary Entry - GRS
	Glossary Entry - GSM MAP
	Glossary Entry - GUI
	Glossary Entry - H1/H0
	Glossary Entry - Header Bar
	Glossary Entry - Historical Statistics
	Glossary Entry - Historical Statistics Configuration
	Glossary Entry - Host Manager
	Glossary Entry - Hyperhelp©
	Glossary Entry - IAP
	Glossary Entry - IAM
	Glossary Entry - Icons
	Glossary Entry - ICN
	Glossary Entry - INAP
	Glossary Entry - INAP Performance Monitoring Package
	Glossary Entry - ISDN
	Glossary Entry - ISUP
	Glossary Entry - ISUP/TUP Mass Call Onset Detection Package
	Glossary Entry - ISUP/TUP Performance Monitoring Package
	Glossary Entry - IS41 Performance Monitoring Package
	Glossary Entry - ITU
	Glossary Entry - Keyboard
	Glossary Entry - Landline Fraud
	Glossary Entry - LFU
	Glossary Entry - LI
	Glossary Entry - LIA
	Glossary Entry - License Manager
	Glossary Entry - LIDB
	Glossary Entry - LIN
	Glossary Entry - Link Level 2 Statistics
	Glossary Entry - Link
		Glossary II - A Link
		Glossary II - B Link
		Glossary II - C Link
		Glossary II - D Link
		Glossary II - E Links
		Glossary II - F Links
	Glossary Entry - Linkset
	Glossary Entry - Link Processor
	Glossary Entry - LOS
	Glossary Entry - LPA
	Glossary Entry - LSSU
	Glossary Entry - LUA
	Glossary Entry - LUN
	Glossary Entry - MCOD
	Glossary Entry - Map Alarm Log
	Glossary Entry - Mass Call Onset Detection Application
	Glossary Entry - Mated Home STP Pair
	Glossary Entry - Mated Remote STP Pair
	Glossary Entry - Menus
		Glossary II - Pop-up Menus
		Glossary II - Pull-down Menus
	Glossary Entry - MIB
	Glossary Entry - Monitor
	Glossary Entry - Mouse
	Glossary Entry - MRVT
	Glossary Entry - Msec or ms
	Glossary Entry - MSU
	Glossary Entry - MSU Forwarding
	Glossary Entry - MTNR
	Glossary Entry - MTNS
	Glossary Entry - MTP
		Glossary II - MTP Level 1
		Glossary II - MTP Level 2
		Glossary II - MTP Level 3
		Glossary II - MTP Level 4
	Glossary Entry - MTP Surveillance and Performance Monitoring Package
	Glossary Entry -
	Glossary Entry - Multiple Linksets
	Glossary Entry - Network Configuration Mode
	Glossary Entry - Network Diagram
	Glossary Entry - Network Status Mode
	Glossary Entry - NI
	Glossary Entry - NUP
	Glossary Entry - NUP Performance Monitoring Application
	Glossary Entry - Octet
	Glossary Entry - OPC
	Glossary Entry - OpenSeven API-Extension
	Glossary Entry - OpenSeven API-Interpreter
	Glossary Entry - OpenWindows
	Glossary Entry - Option Menus
	Glossary Entry - OSI
	Glossary Entry - PCR
	Glossary Entry - PDDM
	Glossary Entry - Periodic Processes
	Glossary Entry - Point Code
	Glossary Entry - Printer Manager
	Glossary Entry - Processor Outage
	Glossary Entry - Profiles
	Glossary Entry - Protocol Decode Definition Module (PDDM)
	Glossary Entry - Radio Buttons
	Glossary Entry - RAID technology
	Glossary Entry - Real-Time Statistics
	Glossary Entry - Redundancy
	Glossary Entry - REL
	Glossary Entry - Remote Monitoring (ReMON) Package
	Glossary Entry - Resource Allocation
	Glossary Entry - Resource Manager
	Glossary Entry - RD
	Glossary Entry - RLC
	Glossary Entry - Routing
	Glossary Entry - Routing Label
	Glossary Entry - RSC
	Glossary Entry - RX
	Glossary Entry - SBB
	Glossary Entry - SCP
	Glossary Entry - SCCP
	Glossary Entry - SCCP Surveillance Package/Monitoring Application
	Glossary Entry - SD
	Glossary Entry - SDLC
	Glossary Entry - SDLCA
	Glossary Entry - Serial Port Manager
	Glossary Entry - SF
	Glossary Entry - SIF
	Glossary Entry - Signal Units
	Glossary Entry - SIO/SF
	Glossary Entry - SLC
	Glossary Entry - SLS
	Glossary Entry - SLTA
	Glossary Entry - SLTM
	Glossary Entry - SNM
	Glossary Entry - SNMP
	Glossary Entry - SNMP MIB
	Glossary Entry - SNMP Party MIB configuration
	Glossary Entry - SNMPv2 (Simple Network Management Protocol, Version 2)
	Glossary Entry - Solaris™ Operating Environment
	Glossary Entry - SP
	Glossary Entry - SpInode
	Glossary Entry - SpIprobe
	Glossary Entry - SpIserver
	Glossary Entry - SpIstation
	Glossary Entry - SpIstation Network
	Glossary Entry - SRSCT
	Glossary Entry - SRST
	Glossary Entry - SSP
	Glossary Entry - SS7
	Glossary Entry - SS7 Basic Surveillance Package
	Glossary Entry - SS7 Configuration
	Glossary Entry - SS7 Configuration Database
	Glossary Entry - Statistical Event Alarms
	Glossary Entry - Statistical Events
	Glossary Entry - Statistics
	Glossary Entry - STP
	Glossary Entry - SU
	Glossary Entry - SUDStore Package
	Glossary Entry - SUERM
	Glossary Entry - Syslog
	Glossary Entry - System Administration Mode
	Glossary Entry - System Administrator
	Glossary Entry - tar
	Glossary Entry - Tar Image
	Glossary Entry - TCAP
	Glossary Entry - TCAP Performance Monitoring Package
	Glossary Entry - TCP/IP
	Glossary Entry - TFA/TCA
	Glossary Entry - TFP/TCP
	Glossary Entry - TFR/TCR
	Glossary Entry - Toggle Button
	Glossary Entry - Translation Type
	Glossary Entry - Transport Network
	Glossary Entry - TTN
	Glossary Entry - TUP
	Glossary Entry - TX
	Glossary Entry - UBA
	Glossary Entry - UBL
	Glossary Entry - UCIC
	Glossary Entry - Usage Measurement Package
	Glossary Entry - User Account Manager
	Glossary Entry - User Account
	Glossary Entry - User Call Trace Package
	Glossary Entry - User Group
	Glossary Entry - User Profile
	Glossary Entry - VAT
	Glossary Entry - Windows
	Glossary Entry - Window Menu
	Glossary Entry - Workspace
	Glossary Entry -
Appendix A SS7 Overview
                        
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Spectra Testers

G e o P r o b e
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V 4.5 Rev.B 03 28 2000

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Network Performance Statistics and Reports
4. The Core SS7 Universe Window opens. It may take several
seconds for your workstation to connect to the Repository,
where the universes are stored. A message at the bottom of
the window will read “Connecting...” while this connection
takes place.

Figure 6.32 - The Universe Window

Query

ASC file

Report

TOC Query

TOC Report

Execute
Query Icon
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5. If no queries or reports display when the universe is opened,
you will need to import them from the network repository.
Select Import Query from Repository from the File Menu
of the Core SS7 Universe window. The Select Query to
Import Window opens.

Figure 6.33 - Select Query to Import

6. Select all queries. To do this, click on the first query in the
list. Scroll to the bottom of the list, then hold the Shift key
down, and click the last query. All queries should now be
selected.

7. Click the Import with Associated Documents button to turn
it on, then click OK. The Universe Window displays. An
hourglass (�) will appear in the window until all queries are
imported.

8. The Universe will now display Query and Report Files.
There are three icons associated with each query in the
universe:

• Each of the queries associated with a table is listed
in the Universe Window, represented by a query
icon.

• Reports based on the queries are shown as icons
beneath their associated query.
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SCCP/TCAP

• If the SSP knew the SSN and SCP point code:
• An 800 Invoke message was generated

• The SSN and SPC would be included
• The STP would route based on the DPC

The Called Party parameters of the Invoke
• Address contains a Subsystem Number
• Address contains Signaling point code
• No Global Title included
• Routing based on label DPC & SSN in Called number
• 800 Number translation
• Point code of SCP

SCCP/TCAP

• If SSP did not know the SSN and SCP point code:
• An 800 Invoke message was generated

• The SSN field of message would be zero for unknown
• A translation type field would be included in the message
• STP performed GTT based on 800 number
• STP forwarded an Invoke to the SCP

The Called Party parameters of the Invoke
• Address contains a Subsystem Number
• No Signaling point code in address
• GT includes translation type
• Routing based on label Global Title in the address
• SSN not known / not used
• Translation type (Table number)
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