What if an eNB goes bad?


#1

Will we have to go to every connected CPE and replace the SIM card?


#2

Terry,

No, the SIM cards are registered with the EPC. The eNodeB’s are the hardware bridge between the two.


#3

Do you have a link where I can listen/watch the webcast? I missed the first part of it.

Terry Darst
President
ANTS-Technology Inc.
1105 E. Moore Ave
Terrell, TX 75160
Terry@ANTS-Technology.com
Office: (972) 524-2145 Ext. 2145
Cell: (214) 878-2145
www.ANTS-Technology.com


#4

#5

I think, in the case of a PCI lock, you can just edit the PCI value on the new base station to match the PCI value of the old one, which would allow all UE’s to re-attach without revisiting each UE.

Casey


#6

Can the CPEs see more than eNB? If so, and you are using PCI lock, @Jesse pointed out to me yesterday that you can add multiple PCI locks on each CPE, thereby still having auto failover in the event of an eNB loss.