Configuration Failure Alarm
Less than <available ECGIs> unique ECGIs are now available for your networks with PLMN ID <PLMNID>. Please configure additional records for this PLMNID.
Alarm is triggered when a specific PLMN ID has ECGI records, and total availability for it (by summing all the related ECGI records) is below one of the thresholds (100/50/10) - trigger an Alarm to the tenant, notifying the status for this PLMN ID.
An alarm should be sent out when a certain <number> of the unique ECGIs are left available for allocation on a per PLMN ID level. This is to ensure that tenants are aware of the need to submit a request to procure additional Identifiers from the CBRS-A authorities.
|Perceived Severity||Major (if ‘available ECGIs’ is 100 or 50) / Critical (if ‘available ECGIs’ is 10)|
|Action to clear alarm||Increase ECGI availability for the given PLMN ID (by adding a new ECGI record for this PLMN ID)|
|Entered Event||Exit Event||Probable Cause||System Action||Additional Text|
|When a PLMN ID has ECGI records defined, and a threshold (100/50/10) is exceeded (and alarm for this threshold was not yet triggered).||When ECGI availability for the given PLMN ID is increased and is above the threshold used for the alarm.||
New APs were added to a venue on which the network with the given PLMN ID is activated.
Another option is that a network with the given PLMN ID was activated on venue that has APs on it.
User (tenant) has to purchase additional Macros from CBRS-A and add a new ECGI record for the given PLMN ID with the new Macro purchased.
This will increase availability by 128