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Preface
This manual specifies the commissioning regulations of ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) products, including BSC, ZXG10 iSMG Server and Client. It unifies the commissioning procedure, and also instructs the commissioning engineers to do the onsite commissioning.

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Contents
1. Commissioning Flow...................................................................................................................................1 2. Commissioning Preparation......................................................................................................................1 2.1 Project Information.................................................................................................................................1 2.2 Tools & Instruments...............................................................................................................................1 2.3 Software..................................................................................................................................................1 2.4 Document................................................................................................................................................2 2.5 System Networking Scheme..................................................................................................................2 3. Check Before Power-on..............................................................................................................................1 3.1 Overview................................................................................................................................................1 3.2 Cabinet Power Supply Check.................................................................................................................1 3.3 Hardware Check.....................................................................................................................................2 3.3.1 Cabinet..........................................................................................................................................2 3.3.2 Board............................................................................................................................................3 3.4 Cable Check............................................................................................................................................3 3.4.1 Intra-cabinet Cable.......................................................................................................................3 3.4.2 External Cable..............................................................................................................................3 3.4.3 Cable Check..................................................................................................................................6 3.5 Auxiliary Equipment Check...................................................................................................................7 3.5.1 Alarm Box Check.........................................................................................................................7 3.5.2 Sensor Check................................................................................................................................7 3.5.3 Maintenance Terminal Check.......................................................................................................8 3.6 Other Check............................................................................................................................................8 3.7 Record of Check Before Power-on........................................................................................................8 4. Check After Power-on.................................................................................................................................1 4.1 Power on Procedures..............................................................................................................................1 4.2 Board Power Supply Check...................................................................................................................1 4.3 Fan Wind Test.........................................................................................................................................1 4.4 Record of Check after Power-on............................................................................................................2 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 4.5 Power Off Procedures.............................................................................................................................2 5. OMP Installation and Debugging..............................................................................................................1 5.1 Prerequisites............................................................................................................................................1 5.2 Brief Procedures.....................................................................................................................................1 5.3 Detailed Procedures................................................................................................................................1 5.3.1 Serial Port Configuration OMP....................................................................................................1 5.3.2 Upload ZXG10.cfg.....................................................................................................................12 5.4 Common Debugging Command...........................................................................................................13 5.5 Common Problem Analysis..................................................................................................................15 6. SBCX O&M Software Commissioning.....................................................................................................1 7. Basic Data Configuration...........................................................................................................................1 7.1 Public Resource Configuration..............................................................................................................1 7.1.1 GERAN Sub Network Configuration..........................................................................................1 7.1.2 BSC Managed Elements Configuration.......................................................................................4 7.1.3 Configuration Set.........................................................................................................................6 7.1.4 BSC Global Resource Configuration...........................................................................................8 7.2 BSC Physical Configuration................................................................................................................10 7.2.1 BSC Rack Configuration............................................................................................................10 7.2.2 Shelf and Board Configuration..................................................................................................12 7.2.3 Basic Operation of Data Configuration.....................................................................................45 7.2.4 Switchover of Master/Slave Configuration Set.........................................................................48 7.2.5 Physical Data Export..................................................................................................................49 7.2.6 Radio Data Export......................................................................................................................51 7.2.7 Software Data Export.................................................................................................................53 7.2.8 Network Planning & Optimization Data Export........................................................................55 7.2.9 Data Backup...............................................................................................................................57 7.2.10 Data Recover............................................................................................................................59 7.2.11 Creating BSC with Template....................................................................................................63 7.2.12 BTS Self-Defined Template Export.........................................................................................65 7.2.13 Configuring Site by Template..................................................................................................67 7.2.14 Commissioning/Debugging State of the BTS Configured Separately....................................69 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

.............10 M8206 Configuration.......................1 BTS Physical Equipment Creation...........................34 8.............78 7.............................................................................19 8.......................................................................1.........1......................9 Adjacent Handover and Reselection Cell Configuration.............9 M8202 Configuration................16 Setting External Alarm....................................................................1....................45 8..............79 7.................................................................................................2 BS21 Configuration.................6 OB06 Configuration................71 7..................................................................72 8..................15 8............................ BTS and Radio Configuration................................75 7..........................................41 8.........................................................1.................8 B8112 Configuration..........2) Configuration.....................2 Configuration of Interface Backup Set............21 8..............................................................................................................................6 Adjacent Interference Cell Configuration.......11 S8001 Site Creation.........1 BS20 Configuration.............................38 8...............17 8...............................73 7.......................................................1.........................................4 Data Synchronization....................3......................................................................................................................................................................................................5 TRX Creation..........4 Frequency Hopping Creation................1...............3 IP Configuration...............................................................................7 Adjacent Reselection Cell Configuration.........................................................................4 BS30 Configuration.............56 8....2.....................1...................................................................3 BS21 (V2..........................................................................................................ZXG10 iBSC (V6.......5 Attentions to Data Configuration...............1..........................................67 8..................................83 7........................1..................................................................................................3 IPOVERE1 Configuration.............................................................................................1 8.........................................................................................87 8................................................................................................................................3.....3...........20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 7..........................................................................2 Site Connection Configuration................................3 Cell Creation..............76 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION...............74 8.......................1.................................................................................1 8................................56 8...........6 Data Configuration Flow......................................................................5 BS30 (V1........26 8.......................................2......................................75 7..................8 Adjacent Handover Cell Configuration.....................12 BS8200 Site Creation.......3...........................................................................3.......0) Configuration.......................1 8.............................61 8......................1 Interface Configuration.......................26 8.............................3..... .......................................................................15 Configuration in Batch of the BTS Commissioning/Debugging State..................................................................................7 B8018 Configuration.......................1....................................................................1......86 7.............................70 8................................................................................65 8.......

................................3................................. Software Version File Description..1 10............................................................................................................................................................................................................1 9................12 UTRAN Adjacent Handover and Reselection Cell Configuration............................20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 8...........................21 11........1 NSE Configuration......12 11...................1 Version File Loaded into Database.....3.......................................................3..................................84 8...2 IP GB interface Configuration...........2........................18 11.............................................................................1 Summary of Non-SDR BTS Software Load Flow.2..........................5 ompcfg...............9 Specific Version Activation/Deactivation.......................................................................................................................26 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION...78 8.....................86 9.................................................................................3 BSC Software Version Management.............................................10 Version File Deleted from NE..2 IPGB Port Configuration..............................4 Specific Version Creation...3..........1 Version file list (iBSCV6.......1 9..................................................................................................................................3.....................................2 Version Files Created in Batch to OMC...................8 9.........................................................11 General Version Upgrade.1 9..........................................3.................................................................................3.....8 9............. Software Version Management............................................7 Version File Added to NE.....................................................2 Non-SDR Software Version Management Interface....12 NE Version Files Query...............................................................8 General Version Activation...................................80 8........3.....................................9 11.................3............................................1 E1 GB Interface Configuration.............5 9............11 10..................................................1................................................................3 General Version Creation................................................1.............................19 11...........................................................3 NSVC Configuration........................................82 8..........4 11....3......................................................................................................................................14 UTRAN External Cell Configuration.................................................................25 11............3 11.ini Creation.......3................................10 UTRAN Adjacent Reselection Cell Configuration.......2 BRCH Configuration..............6 Deletion from OMC.....6 11.................................ZXG10 iBSC (V6.....................................................................................................010A for instance).................................3..1........................................................11 11....................................................................1 11.........13 GERAN External Cell Configuration................................................................20................14 11.......................................................1 NSE Configuration................................5 11.23 11........................................6 11................................11 UTRAN Adjacent Handover Cell Configuration.....................................................................15 11............................................1.................................................2 9........................................................ ............................................................................ GB Interface Configuration.................................................

.................14 NE Specific Version Files Query.....................................................6 Delete BTS Standby Software Version.....................7 SSN.......3.....................................14 1.....................................................32 11......................5........................................30 11................................................................................2 Create Local Office.........................7 SDR Software Version Management...........................................43 1..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................7........4......7 1........................................................1 11...5 11.5.......3......................................32 11............................................................................5.......29 11......7.....................24 1......................5 SDR Software Installation Flow..........................7....................................................................................................43 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.................................................................2 Interconnection Data................................................4 SCN SS7 A-interface Data Configuration.....................................................................4.......7...............20 1............................37 1.....................................................................1............................7 11.......3 Information Query of BTS Active/Standby Software Version ..3 Observe Background Alarm.............43 1..........43 1............................1.....1 BTS Software Packet Creation..................18 1................................................................................................................ A-interface Interconnection.......................................4......5 BTS Standby Software Version Activation..............3.................. .........................................1 Create Local NO..................................1 11.......................13 NE General Version Files Query...........................4..............................4 BTS Software Version Rollback..................1 12............................................................2 Information Query of Software Packet Version........................6 SDR Software Version Management Interface...........................1 12...............3 11.................................................................................7 Query of Operation Log of Version Packet........................................................................................................31 11...............15 NE Version Information of a Specific Board Query...............................................................4 Create Route ...2 Networking between iBSC and 3G CN.....................3......................7................................................................................................7...........................................................................................................18 1.......................................1 12..................1 A-interface Networking Mode.2 Observe Foreground Board Status...............................1 Networking between iBSC & 2G CN (MSC).....20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 11.......5 Check after Interconnection.......15 1..........................31 11......................................................................................1 Preparations for Interconnection.....7...............................1 Check Signaling and Traffic Load......................9 12.....................................................................................28 11...................................................................3 Create Adjacent Office...................16 Version Data Synchronized from NE to OMC................4 Non-SDR Software Version Management...3 Validity Check on Interconnection Data.........ZXG10 iBSC (V6................................27 11...................................15 1..32 11........

..................................................20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 1.................................................4 Observe by Signalling Tracking................................................5 Observe via Dynamic Data Management...............44 Commissioning.................................................. .........................44 1......6 Test A Interface .....44 1...5......................................................5.......5...........43 1..................................................................................................5.........................1 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.........................7 Checklist for A-interface Interconnection..............ZXG10 iBSC (V6.....................................................

Commissioning Flow Generally.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. commissioning of iBSC (including iSMG Server and Client) includes following procedures: (1) Preparations (2) Check before power-on (3) Check after power-on (4) OMP installation and debugging (5) SBCX O&M software debugging (6) Basic data configuration (7) Software loading (8) A interface interconnection and GB interface interconnection (9) HR/AMR commissioning (10) Commissioning Table 1.1-1 shows iBSC commissioning procedure. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 1. .

Observe and test after A interface data configuration and interconnection. 6 Data configuration For details. setting static and dynamic HR. please refer to ZXG10-iBSC (V6. please refer to ZXG10 NetNumen-G (V6. fetch system configuration parameters (including A interface interconnection data of MSC and Gb interface interconnection data of SGSN). setting and loading board software through OMCR.20) Operation & Maintenance Center Operation Manual (Configuration Management) Installation 8 debugging board A 9 interface Check MSC transmission and interconnection data.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Check the installation of racks. Check SGSN transmission and interconnection data. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. software version test. . please refer to ZXG10 iBSC (V6. iSMG function test. of and SBCX Install SBCX board software and conduct performance test debugging SBCX O&M software debugging interconnection and GB interface interconnection 10 HR/AMR commissioning Note: This version does not include GPRS/EDGE commissioning and HR/AMR commissioning test. cables. call test. conduct initialization to start parameter setting. the commissioning is complete. please refer to ZXG10 iBSC (V6. HR/AMR software configuration. OMP and 1 SBCX. handover test.20) Installation Manual Hardware Installation 4 5 Generally. please refer to ZXG10 NetNumen-G (V6. radio data and table synchronization through OMCR.20) Installation Manual Hardware Installation Check power supply and wind direction from fan 3 Check after power-on OMP installation and For details. For details. 2 Check before power-on For details. Reset 7 Software loading boards on iBSC to end version loading For details.20) Test Guide. Once all of the services are in normal condition. Configure iBSC physical data. 11 Commissioning test new function test. software preparation. They will be supplemented in later version.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Table 1. document preparation. HR/AMR commissioning description.1-1 iBSC Commissioning Flow SN Procedure Commissioning preparation Description Confirm system networking scheme. system debugging tool. and upload version and activate software It covers NMS overview. networking mode. Observe and test after GB interface data configuration and interconnection. Client. get IP address of Server.20) Operation & Maintenance Center Operation Manual (Configuration Management) Conduct version storage. OMM installation environment requirements and OMM software installation flow. iBSC hardware test. modules and voltage of power supply. hardware replacement.

USB serial converter. 2. Quartus II. system networking schemes. multimeter. tools.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. the person in charge from the office party and the type of the equipment to be installed. sharp nose pliers. 3. BER test device. software and documents. insulating adhesive tape. horizontal ruler. electric iron. PC monitor. flathead screwdriver. adjustable spanner. 2. antivirus software installed). Tools: Phillips screwdriver. FTP tool. goods delivery and arrival status. and contact with the local representative office in time to learn the preliminary engineering preparation.3 Software Prepare the relevant software of correct versions according to required functions and Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. diagonal pliers. Others: laptop (with NETTERM. serial-to-RJ45 commissioning cable.2 Tools & Instruments Prepare all the tools and meters that are required in the system debugging. coaxial self-loop cable. solder wires. Commissioning Preparation To guarantee smooth equipment commissioning. wire stripper and wire crimper. logic downloading cable. 2. Instruments and meters: ground resistance tester. PCANYWHERE. . the equipment debugging persons should make enough preparation before the equipment debugging. The meters and tools should be calibrated by the relevant calibration department of the government. serial port cable.1 Project Information Before the equipment debugging. and consult the related documents to learn details about equipment configuration. 2. soft solder. keyboard. 1. network cable. crossover network cable. the equipment debugging staff should find the user’s correct address and contact means. test mobile phone (with SIM card).20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2. including the project information.

2. and then make a decision after reaching an agreement with the client. All of the versions used on site should be the formal ones. please be aware of locations of routers and switches. For remote networking. telnet tool SecureCRT.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ performance. and it is up to the local office/representative office to request that software to GSM Customer Service Dept. Obtain A/GB interface interconnection data and radio data. DSP OMCR monitoring software and anti-virus software.20) Technical Manual ZXG10 iBSC (V6.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. and equipment connection relationship as well. including iBSC and iSMG software. Follow the requirements to guarantee normal iBSC commissioning and all of its functions. Solaris or Windows2000 operating system. the tool for observing UDPWATCH print.20) Hardware Manual ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Debugging engineers should give proposals for IP address planning and route configuration according to the networking diagram. All software for field use should be standard versions that have passed test of the research institute.20) Installation Manual (Hardware) ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Test Guide 2.20) Operation & Maintenance Manual ZXG10 iBSC (V6. including location of every equipment and connection relationship. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. debugging engineers should get a clear picture of the system network scheme and then draw the networking diagram. ORACLE database software (Version 10). .20) Maintenance Manual ZXG10 NetNumen-G (V6. platform O&M tools (installed with probes and dynamic management).5 System Networking Scheme Before system debugging.4 Document The commissioning engineer should also refer to the following documents for instructions: ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

It includes voltage test. to ensure installation is absolutely correct. 7. Check whether rack ground and lightning protection ground are correctly connected. 3. Check whether all of the selecting switches and control switches are in specified positions. and cables among A interface. Check whether cables between iBSC and BTS. 2. 5. . 3. check whether screws on boards are fixing tightly. The rear boards should be also checked. If necessary. All of the boards are not plugged in the frame.1 Overview Once iBSC hardware installation is complete. 6. 1. OMP. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Check whether all modules are in correct positions and well touched. hardware check. SVB. 3. Gb interface. range: -57 V ~ -40 V). it must check again before power on (it is carried out after equipment installation acceptance). server. Turn off power at DC power distribution cabinet side and two -48 V power switches.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 3. and cable check. please check the following items carefully before power-on.2 Cabinet Power Supply Check 1. 4. router. Check whether DC voltage is within the permitted range (nominal value: -48 V. Check whether cables (including cables on backplane) between different layers and different racks are connected correctly and reliably. client.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. alarm box and HUB are correctly connected. please plug out and in for twice. Meanwhile. Check Before Power-on After iBSC equipment installation is completed. Turn off -48 V power switch of rear frame filter. Check whether plug-in module installed for rack is consistent with configuration requirement.

And vertical deviation should be smaller than 3 mm. Caution: Wear antistatic wrist strap when contacting equipment and well arrange grounding. Ensure tightness of all fasteners. PE.3. 2. 3. All of the connection points on busbar should be sealed by insulation tubes. Measure it with multimeter. . turn off switch immediately in case of any abnormal condition. The power should be within the range of -57 V~-40 V. Check stability and neatness of cabinet. Electric Shock During check.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2. GND on busbar with multimeter. Cables should not fall Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Start -48V power of DC power distribution cabinet. In the above tests. Check whether -48 V power cable of fan shelf is connected correctly. (3) Measure resistance of -48 VGND. and then make troubleshooting. No short circuit exists.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. (1) Procedures of check on cabinet power supply are as follows: Check connection between DC distribution cabinet and cabinet.3 Hardware Check 3.1 Cabinet Check cabinets as below. 3. No short circuit exists. pay attention to switch status to avoid electric shock. Cabinets in a row or a column should be aligned. Components and parts of rack should not fall or damage. 1. Check connection between busbar in rear part of cabinet and power distribution box. Check connection between filter on top of cabinet and power distribution box. (4) 3. with deviation no more than 5 mm. (2) Measure resistance of -48 V power against -48 V ground on busbar with multimeter.

Ensure that protection bags of cables are fastened tightly after arranging cables so as to avoid dust and animals entering cabinet. Cables between racks should connect based on the connection relationship. Besides. 3. check the type and quantity according to packing list and contract configuration. quantity and position of every module.4. . control plane connection cable. Upon completing rack installation. please check the type. complete and clear. Please refer to ZXG10 iBSC (V6.3. reference clock cable.4. For those are not well plugged in or not in good touch. 3. Also check whether controlling switch is correct or not. grounding cable. so it is unnecessary to install on site. Please refer to ZXG10 iBSC (V6. user plane connection optical fiber and fan monitor cable. Labels and tags should be correct.2 Board Before powering on iBSC equipment. PD485 power cable.20) Hardware Manual during check. At the same time. And ensure boards on the rack are in correct position.2 External Cable iBSC external cable covers: ● Monitoring cable Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 5.20) Installation Manual (Hardware) for details of cable configuration and connection. 3. system clock cable. please clean both inside and surface of rack. The following gives introduction to categories of intra-cabinet cable and external cable and then describes how to check cable installation. IP access cable.1 Intra-cabinet Cable Intra-cabinet cables include power supply cable. 4.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. please plug out and plug in again. pay attention to its method.4 Cable Check It includes check on power cable. Intra-cabinet cables have been connected before leaving factory.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ or break. 3. intra-cabinet cable and external cable.

Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. . When ZXG10 iBSC equipment connects with transmission equipment and distribution frame. the shielding layer grounding should be both ends grounding.4-2 Monitoring Cable Connection S/N 1 2 3 4 Fan box monitor cable Cable Name 1 1 1 1 Quantity A-type cabinet P _FAN BOX1 P _FAN BOX2 P _FAN BOX3 P _FAN BOX4 B-type cabinet Fan box 1 Fan box 2 Fan box 3 Top fan monitor and control board B1 access control Environment 5 monitoring switcher 1 PWRDB-X5_SENSORS B2 IR B3 temperature & humidity B4 smog B5 standby B1: front door access 6 Access control Upon configuration Upon configuration Upon configuration Upon configuration Upon configuration Upon configuration monitoring cable Access control PWRDB-X8_DOOR control B2: rear door access control 7 monitoring cable IR cable Humidity 9 monitoring cable Humidity sensor 10 Smog monitoring cable monitoring H-MON-009_B1 Access sensor IR H-MON-009_B2 double sensor H-MON-009_B3 H-MON-009_B4 Temperature humidity sensor Smog sensor & microwave monitoring control 8 ● Transmission cable E1 trunk cable There are two types of E1 cables in ZXG10 iBSC system.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. and the other is 120 Ω twisted pair trunk. One is 75 Ω coaxial trunk. Configure it as per the actual requirement.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Table 3.

OMC2 and OMP1. the other end is connected with TX of opposite equipment. one end is connected with RX of SDTB board. It is noted that there are two interfaces marked as OMC on RMPB. They are respectively led from OMC2 interfaces on RMPB of both active and standby OMP. Two cables are connected between OMP and HUB. i. .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Optical fiber Connect ZXG10 iBSC and MSC/MGW with optical fiber. SGSN. SDR with FE. It is divided into three parts. LC/PC connectors are used at both ends of optical fiber without directivity. OMC1.e. OMP1. It is connected with iBSC via GIP or BIPI to communicate with SDR. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. It is communicate with OOMP. One end of optical fiber is connected with TX of SDTB board.4-1. One end of Ethernet cable is connected with FEx of RMINC on BIPI board or GIPI board. i. SGSN or SDR) through the network equipment such as switch. OMC2.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. which is corresponding to eth3 of SBCX. as shown in Figure 3. is generally configured as the network port of OMCR server. which is corresponding to eth6 of SBCX. The other end is connected with the responding port of the opposite end (MSC/MGW. OMC1. Ethernet cable Connect ZXG10 iBSC and MSC/MGW. It is used to communicate with client and Minos server. which is corresponding to eth4 of SBCX.e. ● ● ● Power cable Grounding cable iOMCR Ethernet NM connection between iBSC and iOMCR adopts 100M Ethernet. is generally configured as the network port of OMCR server. the other end is connected with RX of opposite equipment. OMC1 and OMC2. The cable connecting SBCX with HUB is led from NM connection interface on RSVB of SBCX. Optical fiber should be in pair. is generally configured as the internal network address. But only OMC2 can act as NM connection interface. For another optical fiber. There are three NM interfaces on RSVB.

Figure 3.4-1 for details of external cable. PE is connected with the PE terminal at the right side of cabinet top. Seen from the back of Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. and cable from busbar to power socket on rear board of power box. 3.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. It is noted that there are four FE interfaces on RMNIC.3 Cable Check 1. . Grounding cable Check whether -48 V GND and PE are connecting correctly and reliably.4. Power cable It covers cable from power to power box. cable from power box to busbar. The used FE interface can be set on client. (There is one PT terminal at both right side and left side of cabinet top.4-1 BCTC Cable Please refer to Figure 3. All of the cables should be connecting reliably with correct polarity.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ The cable connecting GIPI/BIPI and HUB is led from FE interface on RMNIC of GIPI/BIPI. 2.

Cable outside rack should be bundled. The packing belt head should be neat and in order. There is no damage to cable surface. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Smog sensor should be installed on the ceiling above cabinet.5. The distance should not be more than 1 m.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2 Sensor Check Infrared sensor is installed at proper position. Cable inside rack should not be cross.) 3. The locker should not be peaked or overlapped. The height of installation position should be appropriate for easy operation. (1) (2) External cable Cable should be loose when twisting. the terminal at the left side is the left side PE terminal and the one at the right side is the right one. 3.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ cabinet.1 Alarm Box Check Alarm box should be installed at the highlighted position. Temperature sensor and humidity sensor should be installed near cabinet. Router should be arranged as per the requirement and packing distance should be uniform. . No stub exposes. (3) The route should be smooth. Intra-cabinet & inter-cabinet cable Clock cable and power alarm cable are connecting correctly and reliably. 4.5. 3. (5) Cable should be surplus. All of the cables are bundled. apparent marks should be made for identification. Power cable and network cable should be placed in the trough.5 Auxiliary Equipment Check 3. (4) Cable on trough or cabling ladder should be in order. If several alarm boxes are parallel. Its detective range covers the important entrance of equipment room. The alarm box should be installed reliably. The route rand packing distance are correct.

3.5. protection ground and lightning protection ground are in sound condition. 1 2 Item Power supply check Voltage Test Hardware check Cabinet check iBSC board check 3 Cable check Power cable Grounding cable Internal cable External cable 4 5 Auxiliary equipment check Other check Result Voltage / No. Equipment labels are intact.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. There is no shortcut between anode and cathode.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 3.3 Maintenance Terminal Check Maintenance terminal should be installed separately from main equipment by glass./ DIP position/ Jumper Remarks □ OK □ OK □ OK □ OK □ OK □ OK □ OK □ OK □OK □ NOK □ NOK □ NOK □ NOK □ NOK □ NOK □ NOK □ OK □ OK Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.6 Other Check 1. 2. 3.1 Ω ~ 0. Boards are placed in correct slots. The maintenance terminal should be posted labels as per the type.3 Ω. The working ground. Equipment room grounding resistance should be less than 1 Ω. and the quantity is right. The ground resistance meets technique requirement.7 Record of Check Before Power-on Data record No. The pins on rear board are not distorted or shortcut. At least one terminal should be equipped with modem and has line for remote maintenance. The specification of fuse should meet the requirement. 4. correct and clear. Switches on equipment are all on start position. 3. . Rack lap resistance is 0.

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plug boards into correct slots. then plug it out. check items after power-on mainly cover check on board power supply and fan direction. 4. power on iBSC equipment in correct sequence. . Power up equipment. At that moment. 4. So. For the first-time power on. 3.3 Fan Wind Test Test procedures: 1. 4.1 Power on Procedures iBSC power-on procedures are as follows: 1. In DC power distribution cabinet. If it is off. When board is powered on. Turn on -48 V power switches on board in power distribution box on rack top. If the paper slip is not blowing up (which indicates fan is not working). 2. Put a 20 cm long paper slip into the box under power box. Check After Power-on Once check before power-on is complete. After that.2 Board Power Supply Check 1.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. fan in P power box on the top layer of cabinet starts normally. or it is blowing downward Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. board software and hardware are automatically initialized.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 4. If there is board in the box under fan box. Turn on -48 V power switches on rear box filter. Please refer to ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Hardware Manual for details of board LED. turn on -48 V power. see whether board is in normal condition based on the LED indication. 3. 2. iBSC data have not been configured and boards may be in normal condition. LED of front board should be on. then plug out the board to check whether power is in normal condition. 2.

In DC power distribution cabinet. Turn off -48 V power switches on board in power distribution box on rack top. 2.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ (which indicates wind direction is wrong).ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 1 2 3 Item Power-on sequence Board status Fan wind test power supply Result Data record Remarks □ OK □ OK □ OK □ NOK □ NOK □ NOK 4. fan is working normally and wind direction is also correct. Under this condition. turn off -48 V power. Turn off -48 V power switches on rear box filter. 4. . 3. If paper slip is blowing upward.4 Record of Check after Power-on No.5 Power Off Procedures 1. 4. check iBSC (V6. it indicates the wind is coming from the rack bottom.20) internal power cable connection and fan.

4. loading version to board. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 1. configure some parameters communicated with OMC server.1 Serial Port Configuration OMP Create OMP boot files via NE client. OMP Installation and Debugging This chapter describes system running debugging which covers serial port configuration OMP.. 3. It is not the office No. Check board status and make sure equipment is running normally. including OMP NM address. Serial port configuration OMP. Physical data configuration has been completed via client. and board status check. ftp user name and password.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 5. OMC server address. Upload zxg10. which is configured in the background configuration management. create a configuration file named ompcfg. At this moment. 5. ask server for this boot file to load OMP version file. startup mode. office No.3 Detailed Procedures This section describes the debugging details. displayed on DIP switch on rear board.3. 5. Please refer to Operation Manual (Data Configuration Part) for details. Load version on board. 2.) When starting OMP board. System check has been completed and equipment has been powered on.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 5..1 Prerequisites The followings should be ready before system debugging.ini in the folder under OMC sever software installation directory of umssvr\tmp\ftp\version\bscX (X is office No. 2. 5.cfg. .2 Brief Procedures 1.

Figure 5. The details are as follows. enter the newly-built connection name in Connection Description and select its icon. select the serial port connected with foreground (in this instance.3-2 Hperterminal Coneection Description Dialogue Box 2. 1. and finally click OK. The debugging PC can be OMC NM client. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. and pop up the dialogue box Connect To. COM1 connects with foreground).3-3.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ This section takes No. as shown in Figure 5. Run the HyperTerminal program self-brought by operating system. as shown in Figure 5.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Click OK. Connect OMP debug serial port (DEBUG2-232 interface under RMPB board) with debugging PC serial port.3-2.12 office for example to describe how to configure OMP via serial port. .

In dialogue box of COM1 Properties. . Figure 5. and then click OK.3-3 HyperTerminal Connection to Dialogue Box 3.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 5. click Restore Defaults.3-4. as shown in Figure 5.3-4 HyperTerminal COM1 Properties Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

and then start configuring OMP parameters. when popping up “Press any key to stop autoboot. The bold italic is entered by keyboard. CPU: PC PENTIUM3 Version: VxWorks5.1 BSP version: 1. 18:37:29 ZZ Boot Version : 1. immediately press any key to stop auto-boot..2/3 Creation date: Oct 13 2005.0700 Creation date: Oct 13 2005.. Inc.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 4. . VxWorks System Boot Copyright 1984-2002 Wind River Systems.08 Boot Build : 43 Boot BSP Ver : 0302. After logon HyperTerminal. 18:37:23 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. The following is print of configuration interactive process.”.5.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

. . 2 \\quickly press any key. enter serial port debugging mode [BSP] BOOT Menu Operation Monitor Task Starting (MAX: 120 Second). or else Booting bypass boot menu | +-----------------------------------------------------------------+ Boot Password (3GPLAT or 3gplat)->3gplat \\enter boot password [BSP] Kill Monitor Task [tBootMoni] Successfully! BootMode Selection as follow: 0 .Config MP net parameters (only for Omp and Cmp) 2 .Initialize flash (load flash device and init file system) Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION..Auto boot (boot and get version from omp) 1 .. Input Timeout : 120 Seconds.. Password String: 3GPLAT (CASE NOT SENSITIVE) | 2. Max Input Retry: 5 Times.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Press any key to stop auto-boot. +-----------------------------------------------------------------+ | B O O T PA S S W O R D NOTICE | |-----------------------------------------------------------------| | 1. or else Reboot the Board | | | 3.

.Return to the original vxworks menu ? .Print this help list [3GPlat Boot]: 1 parameter \\enter the mode of configuring OMP ************Init********** This is two cascade 32M DiskOnChip Millennium Plus Chip .Restore flash (Restore flash from host image file) 6 .Clone flash (clone flash to host image file) 5 .ZXG10 iBSC (V6.disk check in progress ..Download self-test program (down test program from pc to flash) 8 .861 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.G2 Create tffs device for DOC /DOC0/ .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 3 .Run the self-test program on flash down by operation 7 r .929 # of free clusters: 13.Run release (run the vxworks on flash down by operation 6) 9 . dosChkLib : CLOCK_REALTIME is being reset to FRI OCT 28 08:38:54 2005 Value obtained from file system volume descriptor pointer: 0x36a9cc The old setting was THU JAN 01 00:00:01 1970 Accepted system dates are greater than THU DEC 27 00:00:00 1990 /DOC0/ . .Volume is OK total # of clusters: 31. initialized.Download from pc (down vxworks from pc to flash) 7 .Erase all flash (all data on flash will be lost) 4 .

consistent with the . such as 129.722 Kb max contiguous free space: 25. \\OMP IP address.0.Quit config.Set OMP Boot Type ! .print this help list Enter your selection (1/2/3/4/5):1 \\enter mode1.1:ff0 00000! [Enter OMP's OMC Ip address]: 129.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.0.31.Set Omp (or Cmp)'s Omc IP and Mac! .12 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.070 Kb # of lost chains: 0 total bytes in lost chains: 0 Flash Ver Dir /DOC0/VER/ already exist! Config selection: 1 2 3 4 5 6 . return to bootmenu! .595.! .Set Omp Boot Paras! .Set Net_Element Bureau No.0.904 bytes # of files: 39 # of folders: 5 total bytes in files: 36.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ # of bad clusters: 0 total free space: 27. set OMP IP and MAC Please enter IP (may include net mask) in dotted notations.

0.ini file succ! \\ directly enter Please enter OMC Server Ip (Not include netmask) in dotted notations. such as 0. such as 0.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ setting of iOMCR OMP's OMC Ip net mask is set default value 0xFF000000! OMP's OMC Ip is :129.ini file succ! \\ directly enter Config selection: 1 2 .10.0. 0 is set! Write flash bootcfg.0! [Enter OMC Server Ip address]: Input is null. .ZXG10 iBSC (V6.Set Omp Boot Paras! Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.0. nothing done! \\directly enter.Set Omp(or Cmp)'s Omc Ip and Mac! .0! [Enter OMP's Gateway Ip address]: Input is null. such as 10.10.10.10. use default MAC address Please enter Gateway IP (Not include netmask) in dotted notations.ini file succ! Please enter Mac in dotted decimal notations.0.31.0.10! [Enter OMP's OMC Mac address]: Input is null.12! OMP's OMC Ip netmask is :0xFF000000! OMP's OMC Ip is :0x81001f0c! OMP's OMC Ip netmask is :0xff000000! Write flash bootcfg. 0 is set! Write flash bootcfg.

print this help list Enter your selection (1/2/3/4/5):2 \\enter mode2.1! [Enter OMC Ip address]: 129.Set OMP Boot Type ! .0.ini \\enter configuration file name OMP CFGINFO FileName is: ompcfg. OMC FTPSVR FilePath is tmp/ftp/version/bsc12! Write flash /DOC0/VER/ompboot.ini file succ! OMC FTPSVR IP is: 129.0.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.ini! Write flash /DOC0/VER/ompboot.ini path (its format is /tmp/ftp/version/bscX) Input is null.inf file succ! [Enter OMC FTPSVR FilePath]:/tmp/ftp/version/bsc12 \\enter OMC server ompcfg.12! Write flash bootcfg. return to bootmenu! .0.inf file succ! [Enter OMC FTPSVR User Name]: uep OMC FTPSVR User Name is: uep! Write flash /DOC0/VER/ompboot.12 OMC Ip is: 129. \\ enter OMC server FTP password \\enter OMC server FTP user name .inf file succ! Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 3 4 5 6 .Quit config.! .inf file succ! [Enter OMC FTPSVR PassWord]: uep OMC FTPSVR PassWord is: uep! Write flash /DOC0/VER/ompboot.inf file succ! [Enter OMP CFGINFO FileName]: ompcfg.0.0.Set Net_Element Bureau No.0.0.12! Write flash /DOC0/VER/ompboot. set OMC server IP address Please enter Ip in dotted decimal notations. such as 129.0.

Print this help list Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. select start type of OMP boot Please Set OMP Boot Type :( 0 is Boot From OMC. .print this help list Enter your selection (1/2/3/4/5):3 \\enter mode3.Quit config.Set Omp (or Cmp)'s Omc Ip and Mac! .Set Net_Element Bureau No. return to bootmenu! .Set OMP Boot Type ! .Set Omp Boot Paras! . 1 is Boot From Local Flash) [Enter Select]: 0 You Set is :0! Write flash bootcfg.Set OMP Boot Type ! .Set Net_Element Bureau No.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Config selection: 1 2 3 4 5 6 .! .! .Set Omp (or Cmp)'s Omc Ip and Mac! . return to bootmenu! .ZXG10 iBSC (V6.Set Omp Boot Paras! .ini file succ! \\select loading file from OMC server Config selection: 1 2 3 4 5 6 .Quit config.

DONE! [BSP]memCheck 0x3e000000 to 0x40000000.Set OMP Boot Type ! ..! .OK! [BSP]memCopy 0x00408000 to 0x3e000000 Size 0x02000000. is: 12! Write flash bootcfg.Set Omp (or Cmp)'s Omc Ip and Mac! .Set Omp Boot Paras! . return to bootmenu! . set exchange office No.Print this help list Enter your selection (1/2/3/4/5):5 \\enter mode5.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. (0~255):! [Enter Bureau No.]: 12 Bureau No.ini file succ! Config selection: 1 2 3 4 5 6 . Please enter Bureau No. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Enter your selection (1/2/3/4/5):4 \\enter mode4. OMP downloads version file and FPGA file from OMC server.Quit config. quickly exit OMP configuration mode Quit config and return to BootMenu! [3GPlat Boot]: 0 \\enter auto-boot mode [BSP]memCheck 0x00408000 to 0x02408000.. .. After auto-booting.Set Net_Element Bureau No.DONE! 5...OK! [BSP]memCopy 0x3e000000 to 0x00408000 Size 0x02000000....

which indicates OMP is in normal working condition. .31. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. which indicates to report.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2 Upload ZXG10.whether use CBC function of FBI . USERPRIENABLE = 0 . 0: CELLID_LAC_CI.3. SCSMCProc: Current Proc InnerState is MASTER SCSMCProc: Current MCM State is WORK value = 1 = 0x1  Note Board status of print is “MASTER” and “WORK”. it is abnormal.whether not report CircuitPool field to MSC. 5. front end processor IP address ZXG10.1: CELLID_CGI CBC OMCR USED = 1 .200 . RUN LED on MPX86 board slowly flashes.0. pop up the following prompt: SCSMCProc: End all 69 base process power on sucess.cfg ZXG10. and then enter. otherwise.CELLID type. under the HyperTerminal prompt ->. distribution strategy.0: not use. Its details are as below: NOT SEND CIRCUITPOOL = 0 . 1: use FRONTEND IP = 129. 1: use CELL ID CFG = 0 .cfg should be ftp uploaded to directory /DOC0/CFG of OMP & CMP boards.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ After OMP normally starts.0 is default. . .1 indicates to interconnect with Bell MSC and not to report this field. Sri Lanka EGSM/PGSM channel . 0: not use . enter SCSShowMcmInfo.cfg is foreground variable configuration file.

it indicates board process power-on succeeds. SCSMCProc: Current Proc InnerState is MASTER \\board active/standby status SCSMCProc: Current MCM State is WORK \\WORK indicates process power-on succeeds The following information indicates some process power-on fails. When OMP and CMP lack this configuration file. (1) SCSShowMcmInfo Function: display the relevant information of control process power-on process. the foreground variable uses the default value.g.4 Common Debugging Command Enter some debugging commands in HyperTerminal or telnet to view the board running status.100a\Release\MPX86_2\MP. which is positioned under the directory of MP version.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. they can run normally. both user name and password are zte. . When telnet logon. SCSMCProc: End all 119 base process power on success. If display the following information. SCSMCProc: Base process pZDB_Startup power on failed. Usage: enter SCSShowMcmInfo Output: control process power-on status. 5. the uploading operation can be done after OMP and CMP are running normally. So. iBSCV6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Then.20. Under this condition. SCSMCProc: Current Proc InnerState is MASTER SCSMCProc: Current MCM State is WAIT_PROC_POWER_ON (2) SCSShowVerInfo Function: display board version information Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. to judge whether board version is running normally. Pay attention to uppercase and lowercase during debugging.cfg is issued with the version. reset OMP & CMP boards to make the configuration take effect. ZXG10. e.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Usage: enter SCSShowVerInfo Output: board version information.BIN! FPGA VerInfo is: wLgcBrdType is 65535! wPhyBrdType is 69! wVerType is 2! wFuncType is 1! dwVersionNo (Hex) is 3006A! wCpuType is 65535! dwPCBNum (Hex) is FFFFFFFF! dwFileSize is 73632! Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.30 PLAT_PATCH_DATE_LIST : 2007081000 PLAT_PATCH_DATE_URGENT: 0 CPU VerInfo is: wLgcBrdType is 20! wPhyBrdType is 69! wVerType is 1! wFuncType is 1! dwVersionNo (Hex) is 6000A40! wCpuType is 65535! dwPCBNum (Hex) is FFFFFFFF! dwFileSize is 4914848! dwVerCheckSum is 826659844! acVerFileName is IBSC_MPX86_2_MP_P4_V6.102A_Z. .20.03. For example: PLAT_VERSION_ID : ZX3GPF V05.

.200 NFS SVR State: ONLINE NFS SVR Mount State: OK Local Device Name: /nfsDev When communication between blade server and OMP is interrupted.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ dwVerCheckSum is 315893148! acVerFileName is MPX862_03_040703_FPGA_106.0.0. some problems may happen.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. HeartBeating Timeout NFS SVR Mount State: UnMounted (4) Reboot Function: reset board Usage: enter reboot Output: none 5.31.rbf! (3) NfsShowState Function: display the current status of blade server (front end processor). When entering.5 Common Problem Analysis During the installation and debugging of OMP.31. (1) No display on HyperTerminal & unable to enter Problem: There is no display on HyperTerminal. no shell prompt Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Usage: enter NfsShowState Output: current status of blade server When blade server is working normally and well communicating with OMP. The followings are some instances and solutions. the following information will display: NFS SVR IP: 129. the following information will display: NFS SVR IP: 129.200 NFS SVR State: OFFLINE.

33.43.0. Its solution is to enter 3gzte. . the serial port output will be prohibited.128 : mpx86_2 : mpx86_2 ftp password (pw) Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.1 : host : vxWorks inet on ethernet (e) : 128. Solution: When board CPU version is running. (2) Incorrect rear board DIP switch Problem: RUN LED fast flashes (5Hz). and then enter to see whether the prompt shows up. Continuously print on HyperTerminal.1 msg succ! Boot Task send to 128.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. ALM LED is off.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ MPX86_2-> displays. Check whether both ends of serial port cable are connected correctly.1:ff000000 \\not OMP IP address host inet (h) user (u) : 128.31.2. Boot Task send to 128.0.0.2. boot device unit number processor number host name file name : fei :2 :0 \\Note: IP should be 128. reset board and print shows the IP address is not OMP IP address. Manually reset board to see whether there exists print on serial port. the serial port cable may go wrong. If not.31.9 msg succ! Master OMP Req Mag Send times is 8! Timer Task send timer message ok! Boot Task's Timer EV_TIMER_MASTER_OMP_REQ is up! After a while.31.

ini from OMC server. then check whether rear board DIP switch is correct. Rack No. Continuously print on HyperTerminal. should be 1. : 0x0 . HyperTerminal prints... Troubleshoot as follows: Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. When starting BOOT. should be 0 and frame No. If the slot is correct (11 or 12 slot). (4) OMP fails to acquire ompcfg.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.. Solution: The above print indicates BOOT version for debugging.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ flags (f) Solution: The above print indicates this board is not OMP. then it is necessary to program BOOT chip with programmer.! Finally print: Get Omp VerInfo from OMC failed! Get OmpVerInfo failed.. After reset. Booting from network Loading. If not. 0x3a6188 (tBoot): Use new ftp client. It is necessary to replace release version BOOT. Load Cpu VerFile From DOC! Solution: The above print indicates BOOT fails to acquire ompcfg. If board supports online downloading BOOT. Taget: 0x1000081 Retry 8 times connect to OMC ftp server . online upgrade BOOT version on debugging PC.ini on background Problem: RUN LED fast flashes (5Hz). (3) BOOT version is not the release version Problem: The board reset continuously. ALM LED is off. download VxWorks image from debugging PC. Please refer to the relevant document for details.

After reset.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Check whether parameter set in OMP serial port is correct. Taget: 0x1000081 Retry 4 times connect to OMP ftp server .ini has been acquired successfully. print continuously: 0x3a6188 (tBoot): Use new ftp client. For instance. For instance.! Get OmpVerInfo from OMC succ! After that.ini . check whether network cable on OMP rear plug-in card is connected with OMC2 interface.. (6) It fails to power up database process Problem: Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Check whether ftp service on OMC server is in normal condition. But it fails to acquire version file. \\succed to acquire ompcfg. check the connection condition of network cable.. board resets: Connecting Omp ftp server failed! OMP Download VerFile from OMC failed! Before Board reset! Give up master. (5) OMP fails to acquire version file from background Problem: board resets continuously. Use uep user name and see whether it succeed to logon. print it in HyperTerminal. If not.! After printing the following information. Getting Omp VerInfo from OMC .. Check whether ompcfg. or whether OMC IP of OMP can ping through on server. try to ftp logon server on client (using server 129 address set in OMP serial port). Check whether the directory for saving OMC server version file has the relevant version file..20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Check whether network connection is in normal condition.ini file is under the directory saving OMC server version file. Solution: The above print indicates ompcfg.

SCSMCProc: Current Proc InnerState is MASTER SCSMCProc: Current MCM State is WAIT_PROC_POWER_ON Solution: The main reason for database process power-on failure is that ZDB file on OMP does not exist or data configuration has error. Solution: When OMP or other board resets.ZDB and DBVer. FTP logon OMP. And then upload it to OMP. Other boards also reset during running. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. upload to both /DOC0/DATA1 and /IDE0/DATA1. (7) Abnormal reset of OMP or other board Problem: OMP board version has been running. Find the reason for database process power-on failure based on print. ZDB file includes CfgTable. user name and password are omc/omc (or zte/zte).20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RUN LED fast flashes (5Hz). If it is a new OMP board. then get ZDB from OMC server or use the backup ZDB. SCSMCProc: Base process pZDB_Startup power on failed. At least one directory has ZDB file. If using OMP 128 address. it allows anonymity logon.ZDB are in the directories of /DOC0/DATA1 and /IDE0/DATA1. make sure that there is no ZDB file under the directory of /DOC0/DATA1. Enter SCSShowMcmInfo on HyperTerminal or telnet. Generally. ALM LED fast flashes (2Hz). If the size of ZDB file is about tens of M. turn on DBS subsystem print in UDPWatch on debugging PC.ZDB and DBVer. generally it lacks ZDB file. it is necessary to send the record file to R&D Center to make analysis. View whether CfgTable. If there is ZDB file but it fails to power up. only upload to /IDE0/DATA1. Under this condition.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Database process will preferentially read ZDB file under /DOC0/DATA1. If there is no ZDB file on OMP. it displays database process power up fails. .ZDB. But it resets in the course of running.

20 platform.20. only copy Exc_pp.txt under /DOC0.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ FTP logon OMP. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.txt. copy Exc_Omp. if other board resets. only copy Exc_Omp.txt.txt or Exc_pp. make sure ZDB file of OMP is in the format of 6. If OMP resets. .ZXG10 iBSC (V6. (8) When commissioning OMP at 6.

20) OMM Software Installation Manual.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 6. SBCX O&M Software Commissioning Refer to ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

we specially add basic data configuration in this chapter. GUP2 board. configuration sets. as shown in Figure 7.1 Public Resource Configuration This chapter consists of following topics: GERAN sub network. IP Gb interface.1-5 Public Resource Configuring Flow 7. SPB2 board. and BSC global resource configuration method and principles.1 GERAN Sub Network Configuration GERAN sub network is an objective in the GERAN network North Interface information model. IP A interface. right-click OMC and click Create → GERAN Subnetwork. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. please refer to the latest ZXG10 NetNumen-G (V6.1 Creating GERAN Sub Network In Configuration Resource Tree. DTB2 board. The sequence of configuring public resources is shown as in Figure 7. including iBSC6. Note: this chapter describes the configuration differences between iBSC6. IP Abis interface. BSC managed elements. .1. G E R A N s u bn e t w o r k B S C m a n a g e de l e m e n t s c o n f i g u r a t i o ns e t s B S C g l o b a lr e s o u r c e Figure 7.20 supporting gigabit platform.1-6.1. Basic Data Configuration In order to be convenient for debugging and learning. 7.1. One GERAN sub network may include one or more than one managed elements.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 7.10 and iBSC 6.1-5. 7. For data configuration suggestions.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Operation & Maintenance Center Operation Manual (Configuration Management).20.

Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. . user can input the detailed objective name for easy identifying. managed objective name+ID. User label can also be auto-generated by software (e.1. as shown in Figure 7. Click OK.2 Querying/Modifying/Deleting GERAN Sub Network After GERAN Sub network is successfully created.1-7. 7.g.1-7 Creating GERAN Sub Network 2  Note: About the user label for each configuration objective. Figure 7. Double-click the node and the configuration properties of this objective should be displayed on the right of the Config Management view.1-8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. in the degree-increasing sequence) and nothing is required to input.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.1-6 Creating GERAN Sub Network 1 Input User label and Subnetwork ID in Create GERAN subnetwork dialog box.1. the nodes should be displayed in the topology tree as shown in Figure 7.

right-click created GERAN sub network for example SS as shown in Figure 7. Click to properties.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.1-9 and click Delete in the popup menu. After modification is completed.1-10. Delete in the popup menu as shown in Click Yes in the confirmation message to delete GERAN sub network as shown in Figure 7.1-9 Deleting GERAN Sub Network 1 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. . click shortcut menu ignore the modification. Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. in the config management to modify the to save the parameters. click In Configuration Resource Tree view.1-8 Querying GERAN Sub Network In property page.

2 BSC Managed Elements Configuration BSC managed elements are the sub-nodes of the GERAN sub network.1. One managed element can only be included in one GERAN sub network. Caution: If the property page of deleted GRAN sub network is opened. as shown in Figure 7. system should popup a message shown Managed objective is deleted.1-10 Deleting GERAN Sub Network 2 Click Yes in the confirmation message to delete GERAN sub network. after deleting this GERAN sub network. please close its property page.2.1. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 7.111. . 7. right-click created GERAN sub network node.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.1 Creating BSC Managed Elements In Configuration Resource Tree. and go to Create → BSC managed element in the popup menu.

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.1-11 Creating BSC Managed Elements 1 Enter the parameters in the Create BSC Managed Element dialog box and click OK.112. . Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. the corresponding managed element is created in topology tree as shown in Figure 7.1-12 Creating BSC Managed Elements 2 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

Please refer to Section 7. It can be conducted with iBSC-iOMCR operations such as the data synchronization. dynamic operations. . The configuration procedures are as follows.1. 7. Figure 7. user must synchronize all table so that the data will comes into effect. Only one master configuration set can be created under one managed element.1. It must be created at the same time when creating managed element.3 Configuration Set Master configuration set data is used to synchronize with the iBSC network elements. ZXG10 NetNumen-G provides multi configuration sets and user can create many configuration sets and switch them based on own needs.1.3. Master configuration set cannot be created or deleted separately. select BSC managed element node and right-click Create → Config set as shown in Figure 7.2 Querying/Modifying/Deleting GERAN Sub Network.2 Querying/Modifying/Deleting BSC Managed Elements Querying/Modifying/Deleting BSC managed elements are the same with that of GERAN Sub Network. 7. It is necessary to apply mutex right in the managed element before modifying configuration.2. Notice that after configuration set switch.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 7. and be deleted when deleting the sub network and managed element.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-13 Creating BSC Config Set 1 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.1.1.1 Creating Configuration Set In Configuration Resource Tree.1-13.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Enter the User Label in the popup window as shown in Figure 7.1-14. Click OK to generate new config set.

Figure 7.1-14 Creating BSC Config Set 2

7.1.3.2 Querying/Modifying/Deleting ConfigSet Please refer to Section 7.1.1.2 Querying/Modifying/Deleting GERAN Sub Network. 7.1.3.3 Master/Slave ConfigSet Switch 1. In Configuration Resource Tree, double-click the newly created slave config set and its properties should be displayed on the right side of window as shown in Figure 7.1-15.

Figure 7.1-15 Queering Slave ConfigSet Properties

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Select the slave config set to switch and click the a window pops up as shown in Figure 7.1-16.

in the shortcut button and

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Figure 7.1-16 Confirm Dialog Box of Switching ConfigSet

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Click OK to complete switching the master and slave config sets.

Caution: After switching the master and slave config sets, user must conduct data synchronization hence the new master config set can come into effect in iBSC system.

7.1.4 BSC Global Resource Configuration
BSC global resource configuration is sub node of the configuration set. 7.1.4.1 Creating BSC Function In Configuration Resource Tree, right-click Master config set and click Create → BSC function in popup menu as shown in Figure 7.1-17.

Figure 7.1-17 BSC Global Resource Configuration 1

In the popup window, click

to display all the contents. Enter proper parameters and

click OK as shown in Figure 7.1-18.

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Figure 7.1-18 BSC Global Resource Configuration 2

Caution: The parameters for MCC, MNC, MNC3Digits, FuncExt cannot be modified after creation. Please follow strictly as the data plan. The address of SNTP server is set OMC SERVER IP instead of the IP address of OMP. IBSC6.20 supports the gigabit platform. Modify the above marked parameters upon the actual configuration. It is necessary to configure the virtual address of iBSC, as shown in Figure 7.1-15.

Figure 7.1-15 BSC Global Resource Configuration 3

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7.1.4.2 Querying/Modifying/Deleting Configuration Please refer to Section 7.1.1.2 Querying/Modifying/Deleting GERAN Sub Network.

7.2 BSC Physical Configuration
This chapter describes configuration procedure of BSC physical equipment resources including the rack, shelves and associated board with each shelf.

7.2.1 BSC Rack Configuration
[Purpose] To configure a new BSC rack. [Application] 1. 2. To create a new BSC rack by manually initialization configuration. To create a new BSC rack by adding configuration for site expanding.

[Prerequisites] 1. 2. Public resource configuration is successfully created. Make sure the rack number to configure.

[Procedures] 1. In Configuration Resource Tree, right-click OMC → GERAN Sub network user label → BSC managed elements user label → Master Config set → BSC Global Resource ID → BSC device config → Create → BSC rack as shown in Figure 7.2-19.

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Figure 7.2-19 Creating BSC Rack 1

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Click BSC rack and Create BSC rack dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 7.2-20.

Figure 7.2-20 Creating BSC Rack 2

For the key parameters related with Figure 7.2-20, please refer to Table 7.2-3.
Table 7.2-3 Parameters of Creating BSC Rack Rack Parameters Rack ID Integer type Unit Default value Description 1~5 None 1 The rack number and shelf number are controlled by the DIP switch which currently can support 2 racks maximally.

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Rack Parameters Rack type Integer type Unit Default value Description Standard rack None Standard rack Currently only one rack type is available

3.

Click OK and corresponding rack is successfully created.

When creating rack, using the following shortcut button in Table 7.2-4 can adjust the rack view to the best.
Table 7.2-4 Toolbar in Rack View Shortcut Button Functions Fit page Zoom in Zoom out Reset

7.2.2 Shelf and Board Configuration
ZXG10 iBSC system consists of three types of shelf: control shelf, resource shelf and switch shelf. According to configuring position, configuration falls into following categories:
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One-shelf: The resource shelf can be placed at any layer. One-rack: the control shelf must be placed at the 2nd layer; the resource shelves are usually placed at the 1st and 3rd layer; the switch shelf is usually placed at the 4th layer.

Double-Rack: the control shelf must be placed at the 2nd layer of the No.1 rack; the resource shelves are usually placed at the 1st and 3rd layer of the No.1 rack, and any layer of the No.2 rack; the switch shelf is usually placed at the 4th layer of No.1 rack.

The shelf position of a double-rack in ZXG10 iBSC system is shown as in Figure 7.221.

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Function It has global O&M function. It completes system access. global clock function.2-5 for the classification and functions of each shelf.2-22. It provides the high-capacity and block-free IP switching platform. The Gk platform only supports configuring Gk BUSN and the Mk platform only supports Mk BUSN. . illustrated as in Figure 7. control panel handling and Take the one-rack configuration with E1 on both Abis-interface and A-interface as an example. Mk) PSN Ethernet switch function.2 Rack Resource shelf Resource shelf Resource shelf Resource shelf Layer 3 Resource shelf Layer 4 Switch shelf Figure 7.1 Rack (Master) Layer 1 Resource shelf Layer 2 Control shelf No. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.2-5 Shelf Description Type CTC BUSN (Gk.20) Hardware Manual for the configured boards and their description.2-21 Shelf Location Refer to Table 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Table 7.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ No. Refer to ZXG10 iBSC (V6. It forms the subsystem for handling service.

2-22 Configuration Sample Following shelf/board configuring procedures are based on the above supposed data. . Caution: If BUSN is the Gk platform. it supports configuring GUIM board. If BUSN is the Mk platform.2. 7. SPB board and GUP board.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. it supports configuring UIMU board.1 Control Shelf and Associated Board Configuration Control shelf is the control center of the ZXG10 iBSC system. SPB2 board and GUP2 board. It manages and controls Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.2.

[Prerequisites] 1. . Right-click No. provides the control plane signaling handling for iBSC system.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ whole system. 2. and provides the clock supply and clock synchronization for system. Ensure the control shelf and associated boards to be configured. [Procedures] 1. In Configuration Resource Tree. [Purpose] To create a control shelf along with its boards at a created rack. 2. [Application] To create a new BSC control shelf along with its boards by manually initializing configuration.2 shelf of Rack 1 and select Create Shelf as shown in Figure 7.2-23. Rack and public resource is successfully created.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. double-click OMC → GERAN Sub network user label → BSC managed elements user label → Master Config set → BSC Global Resource ID → BSC device config → Standard rack name.

and select Control Shelf in Rack Type.2-23 Creating Control Shelf 3. Figure 7. Enter User Label.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Click Create Shelf and a dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 7. Click OK and the shelf with corresponding code and type is successfully created at the rack.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. Configuring OMP Board Before configuring any other board in the control shelf. 5. user should configure Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. .2-24.2-24 Dialog Box of Creating Control Shelf 4.

select OMP. Refer to Table 7. Right-click slot 11. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. select OMP in Board function type drop-down list.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. depending on actual configuration as shown in Figure 7.2-25. Click OK to finish configuring OMP board.2-25 Creating OMP Board 1 In the Module configuration information tab. OMP_SMP_CMP or RPU from the Module type drop-down list. and select 1+1 backup mode or No backup mode depending on actual configuration. OMP board must be configured in active/standby mode and in slot 11 and slot 12.2-26.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ OMP board first. .2-6 for module type description. Figure 7. select Create board and a dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 7. In the Basic information tab.

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. select Create board and a dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 7.2-26 Creating OMP Board 2 Table 7. Select UIMC in Board function type drop-down list. Right-click slot 9. Configuring UIMC Board 2 UIMC boards must be configured in active/standby mode and in slot 9 and slot 10.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-27.2-6 Module Type Description Module Type OMP OMP_SMP_CMP RPU Description Operation and maintenance processing board Operation and maintenance processing board/Signaling master processing board/Calling master processing board Router protocol unit Caution: OMP and OMP_SMP_CMP can be only configured at module 1 and RPU can be only configured at module 2. 6. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. . and select 1+1 backup mode or No backup mode depending on actual configuration.

Right-click slot 13.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Select Yes or No in the Clock check drop-down list and click OK. Click OK.2-27 Configuring UIMC Board 7. Figure 7. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. . Select CLKG in Board function type drop-down list. select Create board and a dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-28. and select 1+1 backup mode or No backup mode depending on actual configuration. Configuring CLKG Board 2 CLKG boards must be configured in active/standby mode and in slot 13 and slot 14.

Click OK.2-28 Configuring CLKG Board 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Configuring CHUB Board 2 CHUB boards must be configured in active/standby mode and in slot 15 and slot 16. .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. and select 1+1 backup mode or No backup mode depending on actual configuration.2-29. Select CHUB in Board function type drop-down list. Right-click slot 15. select Create board and a dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 7. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

Select Board function type as CMP. Configuring CMP Board CMP boards (1~6 pieces) may be plugged at the slot 1~8. and select 1+1 backup mode or No backup mode from Backup mode drop-down list. and click Create board in the popup menu as shown in Figure 7. Right-click the corresponding slot in Control shelf.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.2-29 Creating CHUB Board 9. depending on actual configuration. . Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. The number of CMP boards is optional according to the configuring capacity.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-30.

Click OK. The Module No must be different from 3 to 8.2-31.2-30 Configuring CMP Board 1 Click Module configuration information. Then only difference is that user needs to change Module No. as shown in Figure 7.  Note: If user need more than 1 CMP board. . Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. repeat Procedure 9. User can modify Module No information if necessary.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. To create a new BSC resource shelf along with its boards for system expansion configuration. [Application] 1. User can only add RCBU for system expansion.2-31 Configuring CMP Board 2 7.2 Resource Shelf and Associated Board Configuration Resource shelf. To create a new BSC resource shelf along with its boards by manually initializing configuration. Two resource shelves constitute one RCBU (Resources board Configuration Basal Unit). [Purpose] To configure resource shelf along with associated boards at a created rack.2. . 2. PCU unit and TC unit. as a general service shelf.2. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. A-interface unit. Resource shelf can be configured with Abis-interfaces unit. can be configured with all kinds of service processing boards to constitute the general service processing subsystems.

[Procedures] 1.2-32 Creating Resource Shelf 3. .ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Ensure the resource shelf and associated boards to be configured. right-click OMC → GERAN Sub network user label → BSC managed elements user label → Master Config set → BSC Global Resource ID → BSC device config → Standard rack name. Rack and public resource is successfully created. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Right-click the corresponding position of the rack and select Create Shelf as shown in Figure 7.2-33. Click Create Shelf and a dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7. 3. 2.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ [Prerequisites] 1. OMP and CMP boards are successfully created.2-32. In Configuration Resource Tree. 2.

and select Resource Shelf in Rack Type drop-down list. select UIMU in Board function type dropdown list.2-34. and select 1+1 backup mode or No backup mode depending on actual configuration. Click OK and the shelf with corresponding code and type is successfully created at the rack. Right-click required slot and click Create board in the popup menu as shown in Figure 7.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. Configuring UIMU Board 2 UIMU boards must be configured at slot 9 and 10. At the Basic Information tab.2-34 Configuring UIMU Board 1 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. . Select Yes or No in the Clock check drop-down list. Enter User Label. 5. Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Label the corresponding Slot No at the bottom of shelf.2-33 Dialog Box of Creating Resource Shelf 4.

Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. SPB2 and GUP2 boards instead of SPB and GUP boards in iBSC6. the 8K clock base cannot be picked. set the data as defaulted as shown in Figure 7. . SPB board can be plugged at any slot but slot 9 and 10. there are some special restrictions described as below: ● ● Slot 16 cannot support serial port.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ At the Board connection information tab. Configuring SPB2 Board (including SPB2. If board is plugged in slot 15/16. GIPB2 and LAPD2) When BUSN is the Gk platform. If E1/T1 SPB board is not configured.2-35 Configuring UIMU Board 2 6. Figure 7.10. If SPB board is created at slot 15/16.2-35 and click OK. If E1/T1 SPB board is configured. only one board can be plugged at either slot 15 or 16. it only configures SDTB2. two boards can be plugged at both slot 15 and 16.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

PCM type in the PCM Information tab can be automatically set as PCM at Abis.  1. the Module No. the Module No. .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Right-click the board position at the rack. is depending on the actual configuration of CMP. Note: If LAPD2 is selected in Board function type drop-down list. or LAPD2 in Board function type drop-down list. GIPB2. select Create board and a dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 7. If GIPB2 is selected in Board function type drop-down list.2-34. 2. select SPB2. the Module No. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. PCM type in the PCM Information tab can be automatically set as PCM at GB.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. PCM type in the PCM Information tab can be automatically set as PCM at A. At the Basic Information tab. is 1. is 1. and we take LAPD2 as an example in following figure. 3. If SPB2 is selected in Board function type drop-down list.

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.2-37. Multi-frame or Nonframe. . drop-down lists based on own needs as shown in Figure 7. 7. The frame mode can be configured as Double frame. Figure 7. user can select the parameters form Frame mode and PCM No. Configuring DTB Board Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Usually 8 pieces of PCM can be configured. the E1 for external link will be reduced and less than 16.2-37 Creating LAPD Board 2 Click OK to finish configuring LAPD2 board.2-36 Creating LAPD Board 1 In the PCM Information tab.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Caution: If LAPD2 board is configured.

user can select the parameters form PCM Type. select DTB in Board function type drop-down list. 10.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ DTB board can be configured at any slot except slot 9. Click OK to finish configuring DTB board. Frame mode and PCM No. select Create board and a dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 7. Right-click the board position at the rack. . The frame mode can be configured as Double frame. 15 and 16. Multiframe or Non-frame. drop-down lists based on own needs as shown in Figure 7.2-39. Caution: The frame mode configured at both ends of onsite PCM line must be consistent with Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.2-38 Creating DTB Board 1 In the PCM Information tab. Figure 7.2-38. At the Basic Information tab.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

or 15~16. select Create board and a dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 7.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ each other. At the Basic Information tab. Configuring GUP2 Board (including DRTB2 and BIPB2) If GUP2 is used as BIPB board. If it is plugged at any slot from slot 1~4. Figure 7. SDTB2.2-40.2-39 Creating DTB Board 2 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. If GUP2 is used as DRTB2 board. (1) Configuring DRTB2 Board Right-click the board position at the rack. . select DRTB2 in Board function type dropdown list. it can be configured at any slot except 9 and 10. the adjacent slot of GUP2 master/slave board can be configured with the board that do not require the internal media port such as the DTB. it takes the priority to be plugged at slot 5~8 and 11~14.

2-40 Configuring DRTB2 Board 1 At DSP configuration information tab.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. 2. Half rate voice version 11 Full rate voice version 3.2. Half rate voice version 3 Explanation Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. and Selected DSP drop-down lists based on own needs as shown in Figure 7.2-7 to learn the trunk parameter explanation.2-41.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Refer to Table 7. Table 7. user can select the parameters form Trunk group. Half rate voice version 3 Full rate voice version 1.2 FR2_HR1 FR12_HR1 FR3_HR3 FR123_HR3 Full rate voice version 1 Half rate voice version 1 Full rate voice version 1. 2 Full rate voice version 2.2-7 Trunk Parameter Explanation Trunk Parameter FR1 HR1 FR1_HR1 FR2 FR1. Half rate voice version 1 Full rate voice version 1. 3. Half rate voice version 1 Full rate voice version 2 Full rate voice version 1. Click OK to finish creating DTRB board. .

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Figure 7.2-41 Configuring DRTB Board 2

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Configuring BIPB2 Board Right-click the board position at the rack, select Create board and a dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 7.2-42. At the Basic Information tab, select BIPB2 in Board function type dropdown list.

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Figure 7.2-42 Creating BIPB Board 1

At DSP configuration information tab, user can select the parameters form Selected DSP drop-down lists based on own needs as shown in Figure 7.2-43. Click OK to finish creating BIPB2 board.

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Figure 7.2-43 Creating BIPB Board 2

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Configuring UPPB2 Board UPPB2 board is recommended to plug at the slot 5~8 and 11~14. If it is plugged at any slot from slot 1~4,or 15~16, the adjacent slot of UPPB2 master/slave board can be configured with the board that do not require the internal media port such as the DTB, SDTB2. Right-click the board position at the rack, select Create board and a dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 7.2-44. At the Basic Information tab, select UPPB2 in Board function type dropdown list.

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Figure 7.2-44 Creating UPPB2 Board 1

At DSP configuration information tab, user can select the parameters form Selected DSP drop-down lists based on own needs as shown in Figure 7.2-45. Click OK to finish creating UPPB2 board.

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Figure 7.2-45 Creating UPPB Board 2

10. Configure the other resource shelf according to above method.

Caution: 1. 2. If IP SS7 at A-interface is required to configuration onsite, NMIC board must be If A-interface and MSC should be inter-connected via optical port, SDTB2 board

created at resource shelf and creating procedures are similar with that of above board. is required to create in the resource shelf and creating method is similar with that of other board. SDTB2 board can be plugged at any slot except slot 9 and 10. It takes the priority to be plugged at slot 17. If it is plugged at other slot other than slot 17, the adjacent slots of master/slave board cannot be configured with the boards of HW wire resource such as DTB and GUP2.

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ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 11. Configuring EUIP Board Right-click the slot on shelf, select Create board and a window pops up as shown in Figure 7.2-46. At the Basic Information tab, select EUIP in Board function type drop-down list.

Figure 7.2-46 Creating EUIP Board

Caution: 1. EUIP is the processing board of IP OVER E1. It is necessary to configure when IP OVER E1 is used. 2. The path mode is selected upon the platform. If the platform is Gk one, select Path Mode 5. If the platform is Mk one, select Path Mode 1. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

Configuring IPBB Board Right-click the slot on shelf. 12.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ At the HDLC Config tab as shown in Figure 7. add EUIP 2MHW No.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-47 Creating EUIP Board Caution: 1. max supports 64 E1.2-29. EUIP 2MHW No. as shown in Figure 7. select Create board and a window pops up as shown in Figure 7.2-47. Click OK to complete configuration. Figure 7. and its corresponding DT PCM No. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 2. .2-48. The time slot of EUIP 2MHW (1~31) matches that of DT PCM (1~31). matches DT PCM No. The EUIP 2MHW No.

Figure 7.2-48 Creating IPBB Board Caution: 1. This IPBB board is the interface board for connecting with OMCB. Path Mode 2 is corresponding with RMINC and Path Mode 3 is corresponding with RGER. select Path Mode 3.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ At the Basic Information tab. If the switch is of Mk type. The path mode is selected upon the type of switch connecting with IPBB. . select Path Mode 2. select IPBB in Board function type drop-down list. 2. If the switch is of Gk type.2.2.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 7.3 Switching Shelf and Associated Board Configuration Switching shelf provides the IP switching function for the user data of iBSC internal Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 3.

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ functionary entities. [Prerequisites] 1. Ensure the switching shelf and associated boards to be configured. and it also provides QoS function for various users. [Application] To create a new BSC switching shelf along with its boards by manually initializing configuration. 2. 2. [Procedures] 1. [Purpose] To configure switching shelf along with associated boards at a created rack.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. In Configuration Resource Tree. . Right-click No. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.4 shelf of rack 1 and select Create Shelf as shown in Figure 7. Rack and public resource is successfully created. right-click OMC → GERAN Sub network user label → BSC managed elements user label → Master Config set → BSC Global Resource ID → BSC device config → Create → BSC rack → Standard rack name.2-49.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6. and select Switching Shelf in Rack Type drop-down list. Enter User Label. . Click OK and the shelf with corresponding code and type is successfully created at the rack. Label the corresponding Slot No at the bottom of shelf. Click Create Shelf and a dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 7.2-49 Creating Switching Shelf 3.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. 5. Creating UIMC Board Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.2-50.2-50 Dialog Box of Creating Switching Shelf 4. Figure 7.

2-51 Creating UIMC Board 6. Creating PSN Board 2 PSN boards.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Two UIMC boards. must be configured at slot 7 and 8. Right-click required slot and click Create board in the popup menu as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7. .2-52. and select 1+1 backup mode or No backup mode depending on actual configuration.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Right-click required slot and click Create board in the popup menu as shown in Figure 7. select UIMC in Board function type dropdown list. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Select Yes or No in the Clock check drop-down list. At the Basic Information tab. which fulfill the control plan switching function. which fulfill the data switching function between wire and card.2-51. must be configured at slot 15 and 16.

Configuration should stick to the increasing sequence from left to right. Right-click required slot and click Create board in the popup menu as shown Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.2-52 Creating PSN Board 7. select PSN in Board function type drop-down list. and click OK to finish PSN configuration. may be plugged at slot 1~6 or slot 9~14.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ At the Basic Information tab. Creating GLI Board GLI boards. The board number is optional as per the capacity and the boards must be configured in pairs.  Note: GLIQV is the logical name of GLI. .ZXG10 iBSC (V6. which fulfill the Gigabyte Ethernet switching function. Figure 7.

Click OK to finish GLI board configuration. Port No. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.2-53.2-54.  Note: The parameter of Connect Unit is 911. Figure 7.2-53 Creating GLI Board 1 At Board connection information tab. .9 slot. 1 stands for No. and 9 means No.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ in Figure 7.1 rack. user can select proper parameters for Connect type. and Connect unit as shown in Figure 7.1 shelf. At the Basic Information tab.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. select GLI in Board function type drop-down list. whereas 1 stands for No.

The user should Apply for mutex permission to activate the button. Modify Configuration. which indicates modification is disabled. 4.2. Add Configuration. Add Configuration Add managed objects for the system. 1.2-54 Creating GLI Board 2 7. 2. and set property value for them. . Query Configuration It indicates that the user checks the data of the managed object after the data configuration. Delete Configuration Delete existing managed objects and their configuration data in the system.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Modify Configuration Modify the configuration data for the existing managed objects in the system. and Delete Configuration. In initial state.3 Basic Operation of Data Configuration Basic operation of data configuration includes: Query Configuration. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. the shortcut button on the toolbar of the managed object configuration is inactivated. 3.

. Take the data modification of master configuration set for instance. the procedures include: (1) Right click BSC Management NE Label.2-56 Prompt Window Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. select Apply for mutex permission from the drop-down list as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7.2-56.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7. and a prompt window pops up.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲  Note: The purpose to Apply for mutex permission is to avoid simultaneous data operation in multiple Clients. which may lead to irregular data.2-55.2-55 Applying for Mutex Permission (2) Click Apply for mutex permission.

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ (3) Click Yes.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. the configuration data under this management NE can be operated by other users. Figure 7.2-58 Mutex Permission Release Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.2-58.2-57 Successful Application of the Mutex Permission (4) After the data modification. An icon will be shown on the topology tree as Figure 7.2-57. and the mutex permission is applied successfully. After permission release. right click BSC Management NE Label. and select Release mutex permission from the drop-down list as shown in Figure 7. . which means that the user can modify the configuration data under this management NE. Figure 7. The shortcut button has already been activated.

In addition. Procedures 1. 7. A Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. the permission can also be acquired by force from other Clients. A slave configuration set that will be switched as the master one is created successfully. double click the slave configuration set just created.2-59.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-59 Checking the Properties of Slave Configuration Set 2. and then the shortcut button (Switch to master configuration set) in the shortcut menu of the configuration management object. In Configuration Resource Tree. Click the slave configuration set to be switched.4 Switchover of Master/Slave Configuration Set Purpose Switch the slave configuration set as the master one.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Caution: Mutex permission can be released automatically by the system after the user log off from the Client. Prerequisites 1. and a master configuration set is created in the system. whose property sub-view will be displayed in the right window of the Configuration Management view as shown in Figure 7. . Figure 7. 2. BSC management NE is created successfully.2.

Click OK to complete the switchover between the data of master and slave configuration set.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.5 Physical Data Export Purpose To export the physical data already configured from the system. The slave configuration set is switched as the master one as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ window pops up as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 7.2-60.2.2-60 Dialogue Box for Master/Slave Configuration Set Switchover 3.2-61 Switchover Completion Follow-up Task After the switchover. in order to make the data of the new master configuration set valid at the foreground. the data should be synchronized. Prerequisites Configured physical data is available.2-61. .

and a dialogue box to Save data pops up. right click BSC Global Resource Label.2-62 Exporting Physical Data 1 2. input File Name as shown in Figure 7. Click Export Physical Data. select the directory to save exported data file.2-62. In Configuration Resource Tree. select Export as Excel→ Export Physical Data from the drop-down list as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Procedures 1. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.2-63.

6 Radio Data Export Purpose To export configuration data.000a-\ums-clnt\template\excel\exceldata 7. the path is suggested to be: \ISMG-V6. Click Save to export data.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2.2-64. and then a prompt indicating the data is exported successfully pops up as shown in Figure 7.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. Procedures 1. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Figure 7. .2-63 Exporting Physical Data 2 3. In Configuration Resource Tree. Prerequisites The configured data is available.20.2-64 Exporting Physical Data 3 The exported physical data is saved as Excel format. right-click BSC Global Resource Label.

as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ select Export into Excel → Data Export in the popup menu as shown in Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Select the save directory for the exporting file and input the file name. Click Data Export and a save window pops up.2-66. .2-65 Exporting Data 1 2.2-65. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

.2-67 Exporting Data 3 The exporting data is saved in the format of Excel. Prerequisites Configured software data is available. A successful prompt pops up as shown in Figure 7. It is recommended to save the file in the following directory.2.2-67.20. .7 Software Data Export Purpose To export software data already configured in the system. \ISMG-V6. Click Save to complete exporting.2-66 Exporting Data 2 3.000a-\ums-clnt\template\excel\exceldata 7. .ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. Figure 7. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

right click BSC Global Resource Label. input File Name as shown in Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. and a dialogue box to Save data pops up. . Click Export Software Data.2-69.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Procedures 1. select Export as Excel → Export Software Data from the drop-down list as shown in Figure 7. In Configuration Resource Tree.2-68 Exporting Software Data 1 2. Figure 7.2-68. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. select the directory to save exported data file.

000a-\ums-clnt\template\excel\exceldata 7.8 Network Planning & Optimization Data Export Purpose To export network planning & optimization data already configured in the system. In Configuration Resource Tree.2. right click BSC Global Resource Label. select Export Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20. Prerequisites Configured network planning & optimization data is available. Click Save to export data. Figure 7.2-69 Exporting Software Data 2 3.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-70 Exporting Software Data 3 The exported physical data is saved as Excel format. . the path is suggested to be: \ ISMG-V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.2-70. Procedures 1. and then a prompt indicating the data is exported successfully pops up as shown in Figure 7.

input File Name as shown in Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-71 Exporting Network Planning & Optimization Data 1 2.2-72. . select the directory to save exported data file. and a dialogue box to Save data pops up.2-71. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ as Excel→ Export Network Planning & Optimization Data from the drop-down list as shown in Figure 7. Click Network Planning & Optimization Data. Figure 7.

000a-\ums-clnt\template\excel\exceldata 7. right-click Management → Data Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. the path is suggested to be: \ ISMG-V6.2-73 Exporting Network Planning & Optimization Data 3 The exported physical data is saved as Excel format.20. In Configuration Resource Tree.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. Click Save to export data.9 Data Backup Purpose To back up data.2.2-73. .2-72 Exporting Network Planning & Optimization Data 2 3. Prerequisites Make sure the data is available. and then a prompt indicating the data is exported successfully pops up as shown in Figure 7. Procedures 1.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Figure 7.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6. .2-74 Data Backup 1 2.2-74. please only select the Only backup active ConfigSet(s).2-75. Figure 7. If only master config set are to backup. Select proper Storage path. enter File name prefix and Backup remark and select managed elements to backup as shown in Figure 7.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Management → Data Backup as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7. Click Data Backup and a window pops up.2-75 Data Backup 2 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Prerequisites Make sure the data to recover is available.10 Data Recover Purpose To recover data. Procedures 1. right-click Management → Data Management → Data Recovery as shown in Figure 7. .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 3.2-77. In Configuration Resource Tree.2.2-76 Data Backup Result 7.2-76. click OK to backup and a window pops up as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7. After configuring proper parameters.

2-78 Data Recovery 2 3. Select the file to backup in the popup window as shown in Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-78.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. Click Figure 7. . Figure 7. Click Data Recovery and a window pops up as shown in Figure 7.2-77 Data Recovery 1 2.2-79.

A window pops up indicating that the config set is added in BSC management NE ID.280.2-79 Data Recovery 3 4. After recovering.2-81. as shown in Figure 7.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. Select the config set to recover and click OK.2-80 Data Recovery Result 5. and a window pops up as shown in Figure 7. user can click to set master configuration set. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. . Figure 7.

2-82 Switch Completed After completion.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. If Set Master Configuration Set is executed after data recovery.2-81 Master Config Set 6. the recovered configuration set is shown in the topology tree.2-82.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Click OK to complete the switch as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7. and click Default to set the master config set. User can select master config set to switch. . the configuration set recently switched as master one will be labeled as shown in Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

Public resource configuration has been created successfully.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. 2. select Create → Create BSC Rack with Template from the drop-down list as shown in Figure 7. In Configuration Resource Tree.11 Creating BSC with Template Information Purpose To create a BSC rack with a template. Prerequisites 1.2-84. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.2-83 Data Recovery Result Caution: After the data is recovered and switched as master configuration set. Procedures 1. right click BSC Equipment Configuration.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 7. Figure 7. .2-83. The rack quantity to be configured has been decided. all table synchronization should be executed to make it valid.2.

a window pops up as shown in Figure 7. there should not be BSC rack in the system. Figure 7.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.  If System is selected. select Template Type and Template as per requirement.2-84 Create BSC Rack with Template 1 2. all the available templates in the system are displayed in the dropdown list of Template. in the self-defined Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. it should be initial state when creating with template. Click Create BSC Rack with Template.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-85 Create BSC Rack with Template 2 Caution: Generally speaking. . Otherwise if the BSC rack No.2-85. all the available templates defined by the user in the system are displayed in the drop-down list of Template.  If Self-defined is selected.

2-86.2. it cannot be created successfully. The created BSC Rack label is displayed on the Configuration Resource Tree. Prerequisites The BTS and its configuration data to be exported have been created successfully. Figure 7.2-86 Result after Creating BSC Rack with Template 7. 3. Click OK to complete creation. and BCCH TRX has been configured in the BTS. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. and the shelves and boards in the rack are configured according to the template as shown in Figure 7.12 BTS Self-Defined Template Export Purpose To export the BTS created by the user and its configuration data as self-defined template.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ template is conflicted with the existing one. .

right click to select Template from the drop-down list as shown in Figure 7. Click Export BTS Template. a window pops up as shown in Figure 7.2-87. The template name to save this template is set by the user.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-87 Exporting Self-Defined BTS Template 1 2. In Configuration Resource Tree.2-88. .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Procedures 1. Figure 7. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

. right-click Site Config → Create → Create site by template as shown in Figure 7.ztd format in the path %OMCHOME%\ums-clnt\template\xml\bts. The exported template is saved by default in .2-89 Exporting Self-Defined BTS Template 3 7.2.2-89.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Prerequisites BSC is successfully created.13 Configuring Site by Template Purpose To configure site by template.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.2-88 Exporting Self-Defined BTS Template 2 3.2-90. Procedures 1. Click OK and a prompt pops up indicating the template is exported successfully as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7. In Configuration Resource Tree.

Caution: Site ID can be re-set in the view.2-90 Configuring Site by Template 1 2.291. and select Module No.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. and Template Type depending on actual configuration. (1) Input Site ID. . thus the site ID conflict between self-defined BTS and existing BTS which leads to unsuccessful creation can be avoided. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Click Create Site by template and a window pops up as shown in Figure 7.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.

2.14 Commissioning/Debugging State of the BTS Configured Separately Purpose To configure the commissioning/debugging state of the BTS configured separately. After completing configuration. Commissioning indicates the BTS can work normally. (2) (3) Click Cmm Config. B8018_S333. and configure PCM.1 BS20 Configuration.3 Cell Creation and 8. Debugging indicates the BTS cannot work Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 7.2-91 Configuring Site by Template 2  Note: Currently three templates are supported: BS20_S444. click OK. and B8112_S222. . The detailed method will be described in 8. refer to 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.5 TRX Creation. Click Radio Config to configure the site parameters.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. 3.1.

Figure 7.  Note: The BTS is in commissioning state by default after it is created successfully. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. select Debugging from the dropdown list as shown in Figure 7. Prerequisites BSC and BTS are created successfully. right click BTS ID. an icon will be displayed in front of the original BTS ID icon . Click Debugging. In Configuration Resource Tree. Procedures 1. .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ normally which requires debugging.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-92 Debugging of the BTS Configured Separately 2.2-92.

which indicates 7.2-93.2.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ which indicates the BTS is in debugging state. 3. right click BTS ID. Figure 7. in the Configuration Resource Tree. To recover commissioning state. in front of site ID icon disappears. Debugging indicates the BTS cannot work normally Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.15 Configuration in Batch of the BTS Commissioning/Debugging State Information Commissioning indicates the BTS can work normally.2-93 Commissioning of the BTS Configured Separately 4. the icon the BTS is in commissioning state. Click Commissioning. select Commissioning from the drop-down list as shown in Figure 7. .ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

In Configuration Resource Tree.2-94. Figure 7. .ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-94 Commissioning/Debugging in Batch 1 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.  Note: The BTS is in commissioning state by default after it is created successfully. right click BTS Configuration. select Commissioning/Debugging in Batch from the drop-down list as shown in Figure 7. Purpose To configure in batch the BTS commissioning/debugging state.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ which requires debugging. Prerequisites BSC and BTS are created successfully. Procedures 1.

click Set external alarm in the popup menu. The site for commissioning or debugging can be selected. a window pops up as shown in Figure 7. as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 4. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. click OK to complete the configuration. In Configuration Resource Tree.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.16 Setting External Alarm Purpose To set external alarms.2. Procedures 1. Prerequisites BSC and rack are successfully created. .2-95 Commissioning/Debugging in Batch 2 7.2-95. right-click Site rack. Click Commissioning/Debugging in Batch.2-96.

● ● Set 0: report alarm when receive signal 0. User can select 0 or 1 from drop-down list.2-97 Setting External Alarm 2  Note: Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. For each dry contract node. Click Set external alarm and a window pops up as shown in Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-97. . Set 1: report alarm when receive signal 1 Figure 7.2-96 Setting External Alarm 1 2.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.

Figure 7. click OK. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 3. right click Configuration Set →BSC Global Resource Label → IP Configuration → Interface Configuration → Create → Interface as shown in Figure 7.3 IP Configuration 7.3-99.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Currently.3-98 Creating IP Interface 2. [Procedures] 1. 7.1 Interface Configuration [Purpose] To complete configuring the IP Information of IP OVER E1 and IPBB (OMCB).3. . the site can support 12 dry contract nodes. Select EUIP to create EUIP interface as shown in Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. [Prerequisites] BSC has been created successfully. After configuration completed.3-98. In Configuration Resource Tree.

Repeat Procedure 1 to create RPU (IPABIS) interface as shown in Figure 7.3-100. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. select RPU as Board function type.3-99 Creating EUIP Interface 3. To configure EUIP interface information.3-101.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. .ZXG10 iBSC (V6.3-100 Creating EUIP Interface 4. enter the IP address and mask to access to EUIP from SDR as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7.

3-103. .255. the mask should be 255. select IPBB. Enter the virtual address to access to iBSC from SDR. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.3-102.255.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.3-101 Create RPU Interface 5. Configure RPU interface information as shown in Figure 7.3-102 Creating RPU (IPABIS) Interface 6. Repeat Procedure 1 to create IPBB interface as shown in Figure 7.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. Figure 7.255.

.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2 Configuration of Interface Backup Set [Purpose] To configure IPBB (OMCB) interface backup.3-103 Creating IPBB Interface 7.3-105. right click to select Configuration Set → BSC Global Resource Label → IP Configuration → Interface Backup Group → Create → Interface as shown in Figure 7.3. In Configuration Resource Tree.3-104. Configure IPBB interface information as shown in Figure 7.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. [Procedures] 1. Figure 7.3-104 Creating IPBB Interface 7. which serve as the gateway address from OMCR to SDR. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Input the IP address and mask to connect to iBSC from OMCB. [Prerequisites] BSC has been created successfully.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Figure 7. sub-unit. port No. module. of IPBB board as shown in Figure 7. Select corresponding sub-system. unit. .3.3 IPOVERE1 Configuration [Purpose] Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.3-105 Creating Interface Backup Group 2.3-106.3-106 Creating IPBB Interface Backup Group 7.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.

In Configuration Resource Tree. . Enter EUIP board information and IPOVERE1 initial TS and terminate TS as shown in Figure 7. [Procedures] 1. [Prerequisites] BSC has been created successfully.3-107 Creating IPOVERE1 Configuration 2. right click Configuration Set →BSC Global Resource Label → IP Configuration → IPOVERE1 Configuration → Create →IPOVERE1 Configuration as shown in Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.3-108. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To complete the relevant configuration of IP OVER E1.3-107. Figure 7.

In Configuration Resource Tree.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. 3. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.3-109. . configured in EUIP board. right click Configuration Set → BSC Global Resource Label → IP Configuration → IPOVERE1 Configuration XXX → PPP Parameter Configuration as shown in Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.3-108 Creating IPOVERE1 Configuration Caution: E1 No. is consistent with HDLC No.

enter the IP address of SDR as shown in Figure 7.3-110.3-109 Creating IPOVERE1 Configuration 4. .ZXG10 iBSC (V6.06) Commissioning Guide. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. For the configuration of SDR IP address. Configure PPP parameter. please refer to the Chapter IV of ZXSDR B8200 GU906&R8860 (V3.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.

3-111. synchronization should be carried out to validate the data in BSC and BTS. and click Config Data management → Synchronize all tables in the popup menu. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. as shown in Figure 7.4 Data Synchronization After data configuration. 7.3. Procedures 1.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.3. Right-click GERAN sub network for example ME6.4.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. Data synchronization includes all table synchronization and incremental synchronization. 2. Make sure that BSC managed elements exist. .1 Synchronizing Tables Purpose To synchronize all tables Prerequisites 1.3-110 PPP Parameter Configuration 7. The connection link between foreground and background is normal.

Figure 7. Completing configurations and click OK.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.3-111 Synchronizing All Tables 1 2.3-112 Synchronizing All Tables 2 Caution: Save it indicates to save the data in OMP hardware.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Click Synchronize all tables to check the validation of global data.3-113. . after which click OK and a window pops up as shown in Figure 7. 3.3-112. it is suggested to select Yes in order to avoid data loss. If synchronization succeeds. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. a global check success message appears as shown in Figure 7.

3-115.3. Execute global data validation check and click OK. Make sure that BSC managed elements. iBSC modified tables exist. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Prerequisites 1. 7. right click BSC Management NE User ID.3-113 Synchronizing All Tables Successful Caution: All table synchronization only works for the data in master configuration set. This item focuses on the incremental synchronization. Figure 7. In Configuration Resource Tree.2 Synchronizing Modified Tables Purpose If part of the data is modified. . only the modified tables need to be synchronized.3-114 Synchronizing Modified Tables 1 2. 2. in order to speed up synchronization. select Config Data Management → Synchronize modified tables from the drop-down list as shown in Figure 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 3. a window pops up as shown in Figure 7.3-114. Procedures 1.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7.4. The connection link between foreground and background is normal.

relevant data for system running should be prepared Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.3. and then a window pops up as shown in Figure 7. After the parameters are configured properly as per requirement.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 7. . Figure 7. 3.3-115 Synchronizing Modified Tables 2 Caution: Save it indicates to save the data in OMP hardware.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Any faults in the data configuration may affect the system running normally.3-116 Synchronizing Modified Tables Successfully Caution: Incremental synchronization only works for the data in master configuration set. Before data configuration. which is of great importance in the entire system. it is suggested to select Yes in order to avoid data loss.5 Attentions to Data Configuration Data configuration is the core operation of BSC system. click OK to start synchronization. 7. Therefore the operator should pay attention to the following points when configuring and modifying data: 1.3-116.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6. and confirmed with its validity.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ (such as the interconnection data at A interface or GB interface.3. other non-specified parameters should keep the default values. the current data should be backed up. 2. the data should be reliable and served with a complete data configuration plan. at this time the data should be backed up again. but also enhance the system reliability. 3. A good plan can not only make the data clear and in order. after the modification is complete.). the data is synchronized to BSC and BTS. which are not mentioned here. The modification to the current running system data should be checked carefully before transmitting. 7. . Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. only the important ones and the ones must be configured are listed in this book. Caution: Since many parameters should be configured.6 Data Configuration Flow The data configuration flow is shown in Figure 7. which should be configured according to the instruction. The data configured and modified in NM Client should be valid after synchronizing to BSC and BTS. Before any data modification.3-117. so as to ensure normal system running with correct data. etc.

IP for A interface transmission External TC . Public Resource Configuration Public resource configuration is the basis of the whole data configuration.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Public resource configuration BSC physical equipment configuration Internal TC .2 Public Resource Configuration for details. BSC management NE. BSC global resource.3-117 installation Data Configuration Flow 1. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. E1 for A interface transmission Internal TC . . E1 for Ater interface transmission E1 for A interface configuration IP for A interface configuration E1 for Ater interface configuration E1 for GB interface transmission E1 for GB interface configuration IP for GB interface transmission IP for GB interface configuration External site configuration BTS and radio configuration Transparent channel configuration (Optional) Other configuration (Optional) Software Figure 7. configuration set. See 7. including creating GERAN sub-net.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. etc.

etc. shelves and boards. With internal TC. .3 BSC Physical Configuration for details. E1 at GB interface should be configured. neighbour cell interference / switchover / reselection / switchover & reselection. 6. See 9. A/Ater Interface Configuration After configuring BSC physical equipment.1 E1 GB Interface Configuration. creating UTRAN neighbour cell switchover / reselection / switchover & reselection. ● With IP mode for GB interface transmission. E1 at Ater interface should be configured. E1 at A interface should be configured. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. or IP on user plane. so that the transmission modes on user plane and control plane can be different (E1 on user plane. cell. and E1 mode for Ater interface transmission on user plane and control plane. (1) ● The use can select All E1 or All IP mode according the on-site environment. 5. See 9. E1 on control plane). configuration at GB interface should be executed as per the specific needs. 3.2 IP GB Interface Configuration.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. BTS and Radio Configuration BTS and radio configuration includes creating various BTS.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2. IP on control plane. BSC Physical Equipment Configuration BSC physical equipment configuration includes creating BSC rack. frequency hopping. the configuration at A interface or Ater interface should be executed. ● With E1 mode for GB interface transmission. transceiver. GB Interface Configuration If GPRS/EDGE service is required on site. See 7. ● With external TC. IP at GB interface should be configured. External Site Configuration External site configuration includes creating GERAN and UTRAN external sites. See Chapter 8 BTS and Radio Configuration for details. BTS cascade. (2) The configuration can be selected according to the on-site needs. and E1 mode for A interface transmission on user plane and control plane. 4.

the user can select according to the needs.e. etc.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. otherwise the virtual data in NM system cannot be valid. 8. the user can operate on dynamic data or cell radio. Software Installation Software installation is the prerequisite for normal board operation. i.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 7. all table synchronization or incremental synchronization. . including alarm parameter configuration. module parameter configuration. the user can select according to the needs. After the configuration. Other Configuration Other configuration is also optional. which includes the software version installation of BSC and BTS boards. Caution: It is suggested to synchronize data after the operation according to each chapter. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 9. Transparent Channel Configuration Transparent channel configuration is optional. See chapter 11 Software Version Management for details. so as to synchronize the data configured to BSC and make it valid at foreground.

8.1 BS20 Configuration Purpose To configure BS20 site. and BS8200. The methods to create all the above BTS physical equipment are described below. BTS and Radio Configuration Abstract This chapter focuses on the physical configuration and radio configuration of BTS equipment. Prerequisites BSC is successfully created. BS30.0). In Configuration Resource Tree.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. M8206.1 BTS Physical Equipment Creation The system supports V2 and V3 BTS.  Note: BS20 is corresponding with the product in the model of BTS (V2.1. ● V3 BTS includes B8018. Procedures 1. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.X).2). B8112. BS21 (V2. BS30 (V7. M8202.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 8. and OB06.0). BS21. right-click OMC → GERAN Sub network user label → BSC managed elements user label → Master Config set → BSC Global Resource ID → BSC device config → Create → Site as shown in Figure . ● V2 BTS includes BTS (V2. 8. S8001. .

Connect mode. which is invalid for E1 site. Clock resource. Note: Serial No. Serial No.1-119 Configuring BS20 2 ● The following parameters are important including User label. Figure 8. only indicates IP site. Refer to Table 8.1-118 Configuring BS20 1 2. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.1-8 for the relevant parameters. Site type. . Click Site and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. Module number. Select BS20 for Site type.1-119. Access type.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

-180.0000 ~ 90. Integer type Depending actual configuration -90. B8112. S8001. network synchronization indicates that the clock is delivered from BSC with E1. . Description which is synchronized in BTS. B8200 None BS20 Select the site type to create.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 1 ~ 1536 None 1 The site code in home BSC Character string: 1~40 None None Unique user label (letters or numbers) given to every cell. Module No. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.0000 ~ 180. BS20. M8202.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Table 8. network. GPS. IP None Internal Internal synchronization indicates that the internal crystal oscillator is adopted to generate 13M clock. only SDR (B8200) supports IP synchronization.0000 Degree 90 Identify the latitude of site.1-8 Site Parameters Site Parameters User label Integer type Unit Default value Description Site ID Integer type Unit Default value Description Site Type Integer type Unit Default value Description Longitude Integer type Unit Default value Description Latitude Integer type Unit Default value Description Clock source Integer type Unit Default value Internal. which is easy to offset. BS30V12. BS21. Currently all the sites supports internal synchronization and network synchronization. there is no reference resource. Only 8000 series BTS supports GPS synchronization. BS30. OB06. M8206.0000 Degree 180 Identify the longitude of site. BS21V20. B8018.

offset value configured in each GSM cell in GSM entire network synchronization. BS21V20. B8112 or M8206. BS30. reference. IP access None E1 access If the BTS type is BS20. this parameter can be modified to describe the onsite access bandwidth. No None No Configure according to the on-site situation. None 3 Configure the module depending on the actual data plan. this parameter keeps the default value IP access. BS21. Permitted Access Bandwidth (Kb) 1 ~ 65535 Kb 1 If BTS type is S8001 or B8200. the parameter can be E1 access or IP access according to the on-site situation. Satellite Mode at Abis Interface Optional value Unit Default value Parameter description Optional values Unit Default value Parameter description Optional values Unit Default value Parameter description Serial No. GPS Frame No. This parameter is effective only when Clock Resource is set as GPS synchronization. If the BTS type is B8018. OB06 or M8202.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Site Parameters User label Unit Default value Description Access Mode Optional values Unit Default value E1 access. Parameter description this parameter keeps the default value E1 access. Offset 0 ~ 42431 None 0 It refers to the frame No. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. If BTS type is S8001 or B8200. BS30V12. when all the SDR adopts the same Frame No. which cannot be modified. . which cannot be modified. Optional values Unit Default value None None 00-00-00-00-00-00 00-00-00-00-00-00 Yes.

4. Figure 8. Enter proper parameters and click OK. The former 12 digits refer to S8001 MAC address. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Site Parameters User label Parameter description This parameter can be modified when BTS type is S8001. and the latter 12 digits refer to the authentication sequence number (currently all digits are 0). .1-120 Configuring BS20 3 5. In Configuration Resource Tree.1-120. Click site rack and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8. Click OK to create the site ID. Double-click the site rack ID and rack map should display.1-121.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. right-click Site ID → Create → Site rack as shown in Figure 8. 3.

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.1-121 Configuring BS20 4 6. Figure 8. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. . Select Create Shelf in the popup menu.1-122 Creating BS20 Common Shelf 1 Create shelf dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8.1-123.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-122. (1) Creating Common Shelf and Panels Creating Common Shelf Right-click the blank space at the upper part as shown in Figure 8. Click OK.

1-123 Creating BS20 Common Shelf 2  Note: PDM board is created after the creation of common shelf.1-124. Figure 8.1125.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-124 Creating CMM Panel 1 In the popup window. . Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. and Connect for the PCM Connection Type as shown in Figure 8. select CMM for Panel Type. (2) Creating CMM Panel Right-click the CMM panel position and select Create Shelf in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8. BSC for Connection Model.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6. . This figure has list the PCM number available for BSC.1-125 Creating CMM Panel 2 Click the Connect button and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.1-126.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.

● Set Abis Pool No. click to combine the parameters to the recourse pool. OMU time slot number is 16 and 25 ~ 31. For T1. click number.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. to allocate OMU time slot Caution: For E1.1-126 Creating CMM Panel 3 Select proper PCM number and click OK to complete PCM configuration as shown in Figure 8. and select time slot number from the TS No. ● According to the actual time slot needs. drop-list. .1-127. OMU time slot number is 16 ~ 23. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.

Generally only one CMM panel is installed as default. .1-127 Creating CMM Panel 4 The relationship between OMU TS configuration and actual TRX quantity is shown in Table 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-9 OMU TS Configuration TRX Quantity 6 7~16 17~26 27~36 Configured Channel Quantity 1 2 3 4 Communication Bandwidth 64 kbps 128 kbps 192 kbps 256 kbps Peak Requirement of Signaling Bandwidth 0~30 kbps 30~75 kbps 75 kbps~120 kbps 120 kbps~180 kbps Click OK to complete CMM configuration.1-9. Creating Resource Shelf and Panel Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. User can install the second CMM panel based on own needs. Table 8.

1-128 Creating BS20 Resource Shelf 1 Create shelf dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8. click OK. Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-130.1-129 Creating BS20 Resource Shelf 2 (2) Creating AEM Panel Right-click CDU position and select Create Panel as shown in Figure 8. Figure 8.1-128. and click Create Panel. .1-129. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ (1) Creating Resource Shelf Right-click the proper position as shown in Figure 8.

1-131.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. CDU8M.1-131 Creating CDU Panel 2 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Click OK to competed configuration. . Figure 8.1-130 Creating CDU Panel 1 Create panel dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8. CEU or RDU in the Panel Type drop-down list. User can select CDU10M. The creating method of the other AEM in the same layer is the same.

Select TX/RX in the list of TX/RX Board.  Note: 1.. and TRME. Figure 8.1132. and configure the connection status between this TRM and TX/RX. where TRME is In this interface. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. is 3 or 5. For EDGE TRX. if the panel No.1-133. Click OK to complete configuration.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. the panel type should be TRM. STRU or TRME. BS20. click Add.1-132 Creating TRM Panel 1 Create panel dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8. if the panel No. the panel type should be TRM. STRU. STRU and SPAU are used for 80W configuration. . Generally only the Level 1 TX and RX on the left should be configured. the value of Panel Type is related with that of Panel No. User can select proper parameters in the Panel Type drop-down list.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ (3) Creating TRM Panel Right-click TRM panel position and select Crate Panel as shown in Figure 8. 2. is 2 or 4. or TRME. There are four types panel: TRM. SPAU. SPAU.

User can add slave rack referring to the method of creating master rack. right-click Site ID → Create → Site rack. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.1-133 Creating TRM Panel 2 8.1-135.1-134. Figure 8. . and a dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8.1-134 BS20 Rack Map 9.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. In Configuration Resource Tree.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. TRM panel is successfully created as shown in Figure 8.

1. four types of master-slave rack combinations are available: BS20+B8018. (1) Creating shelf and Panels Creating Shelf User only needs to create No. 8. 2. the only difference is that the site type is BS21. Procedures 1. Prerequisites BSC is successfully created. Caution: Currently.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. OB06+B8112. The site type is determined according to the master rack.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-135 Creating Slave Rack Select the slave rack type and click OK to complete configuring slave rack. and the No. . BS21/BS21V20+M8202. BS30/BS30V12+M8202.2 BS21 Configuration Purpose To configure BS21 site.3 shelf.1 and 2 shelves are created Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. The method of configuring BS21 site is similar with that of configuring BS20.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-137. Click OK to complete configuration. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Right-click the blank space at the upper part as and select Create Shelf as shown in Figure 8.1-136 Creating BS21 Shelf 1 Create panel dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ automatically by system. Figure 8.1-136. .

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. Figure 8.0) Prerequisites BSC is successfully created. (1) Creating Shelf and Panels Creating Shelf User only needs to create No. CMM and TRM panels are similar with that of BS20. Procedures 1.3 BS21 (V2.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-138 BS21 Rack Map 8. The method of creating AEM. the only difference is that the site type is BS21 (V2.0).1 and 2 shelves are created automatically by system. The method of configuring is similar with that of configuring BS20. 2.0) Configuration Purpose To configure BS21 (V2.3 shelf. . The panels are successfully created as shown in Figure 8. and the No.1. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.1-137 Creating BS21 Shelf 2 3.1-138.

0) Shelf 2 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. .1-139. Figure 8.1-140 Creating BS21 (V2.1-139 Creating BS21 (V2. Figure 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Right-click the blank space at the upper part as and select Create Shelf as shown in Figure 8. Click OK to complete configuration.0) Shelf 1 Create panel dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8.1-140.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

1 and 2 shelves are created automatically by system.0) Rack Map 8.1-141 BS21 (V2. Procedures 1.1. the only difference is that the site type is BS30. CMM and TRM panels are similar with that of BS20.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Right-click the blank space at the upper part as and select Create Shelf as shown in Figure 8. The panels are successfully created as shown in Figure 8. . Prerequisites BSC is successfully created.1-141. (1) Creating Shelf and Panels Creating Shelf User only needs to create No. The method of creating AEM. Figure 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 3. 2. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.4 BS30 Configuration Purpose To configure BS30 site.3 shelf. The method of configuring BS21 site is similar with that of configuring BS20. and the No.1-142.

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. Click OK to complete configuration. The method of creating AEM. The panels are successfully created as shown in Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-143 Creating BS30 Shelf 2 3.1-143. Figure 8. CMM and TRM panels are similar with that of BS20.1-142 Creating BS30 Shelf 1 Create panel dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8.1-144. . Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

5 BS30 (V1. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.2) Prerequisites BSC is successfully created.2) Configuration Purpose To configure BS30 (V1.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.1-145. Procedures 1.2) site is similar with that of configuring BS20.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. The method of configuring BS30 (V1. the only difference is that the site type is BS30V12. 2.1-144 BS30 Rack Map 8. .1. (1) Creating Shelf and Panels Creating Common Shelf Right-click the blank space at the lower part as and select Create Shelf as shown in Figure 8.

2) Shelf 2 (2) Creating CMM Board The creation procedures are the same with that of BS20.1-146 Creating BS30 (V1.1-145 Creating BS30 (V1.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. . Click OK to complete configuration.1-146. (3) Creating DPM Panel Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.2) Shelf 1 Create panel dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Figure 8.

.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-148 Creating DPM Panel 2 (4) Creating TRM Panel The creation procedures are the same with that of BS20.1147.1-147 Creating DPM Panel 1 Create panel dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8.1-148.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Right-click the DPM position and select Create Panel as shown in Figure 8. Figure 8. Click OK. Figure 8. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 3. Figure 8. recourse shelf is required to increase.2) Resource Shelf 1 Create shelf dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8. Select Create Shelf in the popup menu. Click OK Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.1-149 Creating BS30 (V1. (1) Creating Resource Shelf Right-click the resource shelf position as shown in Figure 8. .1-150. Creating Resource Shelf and Panel Caution: If there are more than one rack on site.1-149.

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2) Resource Shelf 2 (2) Configure DPM and TRM panels in the same way. The divider of BS30 (V1.2) can only be the DPM in the same layer.1-150 Creating BS30 (V1.2) Rack Map Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.1-151. BS30 (V1. 4.1-151 BS30 (V1.2) is successfully configured as shown in Figure 8. . Figure 8.

. 2. Procedures 1.7 B8018 Configuration Purpose To configure B8018 site. For initial configuration refer to Configuring BS20. OB06 is successfully configured as shown in Figure 8. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 3. the only difference is that the Site Type selected is OB06.1.1.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. CMM.1-152. and TRM panels is the same with that of BS20. Figure 8.1-152 OB06 Rack Map 8. and PDM.6 OB06 Configuration Purpose To configure OB06 site Prerequisites BSC is successfully created. resource shelf.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 8. AEM. The method of configuring Common Shelf.

1-153.1-154. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Click OK.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Figure 8.1-153 Creating B8018 Common Shelf 1 Create shelf dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8. For initial configuration refer to Configuring BS20. 2.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Prerequisites BSC is successfully created. Procedures 1. the only difference is that the Site Type selected is B8018. Select Create Shelf in the popup menu. (1) Creating Common Shelf and Panel Creating Common Shelf Right-click the blank space at the upper part as shown in Figure 8. .

1-119. .1-154 Creating B8018 Common Shelf 2  (2) Note: PDM board is created after the creation of common shelf.1-155. Figure 8. Creating EIB Panel Right-click the EIB panel position and select Create Shelf in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. Creating EIB/FIB Panel Caution: If the Access Mode is set as E1 Access in Figure 8. it should be EIB board here. The configuration mode is the same. while if the Access Mode is IP Access.1-155 Creating EIB Panel 1 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. it should be FIB board.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-156. Figure 8. Click OK. Figure 8.1-157 Creating B8018 Resource Shelf 1 Create shelf dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8.1-158. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. the creation procedures are the same with that of FIB board. Click OK.1-156 Creating EIB Panel 2 (3) Creating CMB Panel For E1 access. .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Create panel dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8.1-157. (1) Creating Resource Shelf and Panel Creating Resource Shelf Right-click the resource shelf position as shown in Figure 8. Select Create Shelf in the popup menu. the creation procedures are the same with that of BS20. For IP access. 3.

CEU. and Slot 8 cannot be configured with any AEM. Right-click slot no. Caution: FCU takes up two slots. 2 in B8012 radio shelf and click Create Panel in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. System should allocate separately panel for each logical TRX.1-159. CDU10M should be configured in Slot 1 first. For double-TRX DTRU.1-158 Creating B8018 Resource Shelf 2 (2) Creating AEM Panel AEM includes four options: CDU10M. The configuring method is the same with that of BS20. RDU and FCU.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. . BTS should be configured with two panels and two slots. (3) Configuring DTRU  Note: DTRU Panel support EDGE. CDU8M. therefore if FCU is to be configured at Slot 9.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

is similar to MRC.1-159 Create DTRU Panel 1 A window pops up as shown in Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Choose IRC and TRX Supports Antenna Hopping according to the on-site situation. When the diversity antenna is used. the transmitting ports TX1 and TX2 of the two carriers in dual-density should be connected to different transmitting Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. one crossover polarity antenna) receives the radio signals at the same time and sends the better (Stronger) signals to BTS receiver unit. which enables the receiver enhance receiving quality when adopting diversity reception. . Select TX/RX in the list of TX/RX board. and configure the connection status between this DTRU and TX/RX. click Add. TRX Supports Antenna Hopping: It indicates the same carrier is transmitted by two antennas by turns.  Note: 1.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. IRC (Interference Reject Coalition): IRC interference refuses the combination. select DTRU for Board Type. the two antennas (or. When it is configured.1-160. 2. Generally only the Level 1 TX and RX on the left should be configured.

when Delay Count value is valid. diversity reception of 4 uplinks. Reception of 4 Uplinks and DPCT are configured. the right board displays on the rack map without any configuration data. reception of 4 uplinks. DPCT and DDT are not configured.1-10 DTRU Work Mode Working Mode In dual-carrier mode. the right board displays on the rack map without any configuration data. In dual-carrier mode. In single-carrier mode. The left board and TX/RX relation of DTRU are configured. Reception of 4 Uplinks is configured. Diversity Description Diversity reception of 4 uplinks. Diversity Diversity reception of 4 uplinks and DPCT are configured. In single-carrier Reception of 4 Uplinks and DPCT are configured. The left board and TX/RX relation of DTRU are configured. DPCT and DDT are not configured. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. DPCT and DDT are not configured.1-10. mode.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-160 Create DTRU Panel 2 DTRU panel has 5 kinds of work modes. In single-carrier mode. The left board and TX/RX relation of DTRU are configured. Diversity reception of 4 uplinks is configured. DPCT and DDT are configured. Table 8. . DTRU can be configured with two panels. Figure 8. please refer to Table 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ antennas. the right board displays on the rack map without any configuration data. Diversity In this case the Delay Count parameter is valid. diversity Diversity reception of 4 uplinks.

1-161 B8018 Rack Map Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. .ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-160. 3.1-161. Figure 8. Caution: After DTRU right panel and left panel both are configured. the right panel should be deleted automatically. DTRU panel is configured successfully. DTRU panel is configured successfully as shown in Figure 8. If Dual Carrier is changed into Single Carrier.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Select proper parameters by referring above table and click OK to configure DTRU. user can right-click the panel property to modify the work mode. click OK in Figure 8.

Select Create Shelf in the popup menu. Procedures 1. (1) Creating Common Shelf and Panel Creating Common Shelf Right-click the blank space at the upper part as shown in Figure 8.1-162.1.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. the only difference is that the Site Type selected is B8112. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 8.8 B8112 Configuration Purpose To configure B8112 site. . 2. Prerequisites BSC is successfully created. For initial configuration refer to Configuring BS20.

Click OK. it is invalid to configure other AEM board in adjacent slots. .1-162 Creating B8112 Common Shelf 1 Create rack dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Caution: FCU can only be configured at two even slots.. CDU8M. (2) Creating AEM Panel AEM includes four options: CDU10M.1-164.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 3.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. Figure 8. CEU. RDU and FCU. Select Create Shelf in the popup menu. (1) Creating Resource Shelf and Panel Creating Resource Shelf Right-click the resource shelf position as shown in Figure 8.1-163 Creating B8112 Common Shelf 2  Note: PDM board can be created after the creation of common shelf.1-163. The configuring method is the same with that of BS20.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-165 Creating B8112 Resource Shelf 2 (2) Creating EIB/FIB Panel Caution: In Figure 8. here is EIB. In Figure 8. The creation procedures are the same with that of B8018.1-165.1-119. Figure 8. here is FIB. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.1-164 Creating B8112 Resource Shelf 1 Create shelf dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8. . for IP access. for E1 access. the configuration steps are the same.1-119. Click OK.

1-166.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. For IP access. (5) Creating EAM Panel Right-click the EAM position and select Create Panel in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8. the creation procedures are the same with that of FIB board. Click OK. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. (4) Creating DTRU Panel The creation procedures are the same with that of B8018. . Figure 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ (3) Creating CMB Panel For E1 access.1-167.1-166 Creating EAM Panel 1 Create panel dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8. the creation procedures are the same with that of B8018.

1-168 B8112 Rack Map 8.1. Prerequisites BSC is successfully created.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.1-168.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.9 M8202 Configuration Purpose To configure M8202 site. .1-167 Creating EAM Panel 2 4. EAM panel is configured successfully as shown in Figure 8. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Figure 8.

1-170.1-169 Creating M8202 Common Shelf 1 Create shelf dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8.1-170 Creating M8202 Common Shelf 2 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Procedures 1. (1) Creating Common Shelf and Panel Creating Common Shelf Right-click the blank space at the upper part and select Create Shelf in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8. Click OK. For initial configuration refer to Configuring BS20. the only difference is that the Site Type selected is M8202. Figure 8.1-169. 2. Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

Click OK. Figure 8. 3. (1) Creating Resource Shelf and Panel Creating Resource Shelf Right-click the resource shelf position and select Create Shelf in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8.1-171 Creating M8202 Resource Shelf 1 Create shelf dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8. .1-171.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲  Note: PDM board is created after the creation of common shelf. (2) Creating EIB and CMB Panel The creation procedures are the same with that of B8018. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-172.

M8202 is configured successfully as shown in Figure 8. CEU. . 4.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. RDU. The creation procedures are the same with that of B8018.1-173. and MDUP. CDU8M. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.1-172 Creating M8202 Resource Shelf 2 (2) Creating AEM Panel There are five panel types: CDU10M.1-173 M8202 Rack Map 8.1.10 M8206 Configuration Purpose To configure M8206 site.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. Figure 8. (3) Creating DTRU The creation procedures are the same with that of B8018.

1-175. . Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Click OK. Figure 8. For initial configuration refer to Configuring BS20.1-174 Creating M8206 Common Shelf 1 Create shelf dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-174. Procedures 1. 2. (1) Creating Common Shelf and Panel Creating Common Shelf Right-click the blank space at the upper part and select Create Shelf in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8. the only difference is that the Site Type selected is M8206.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Prerequisites BSC is successfully created.

for IP access. In Figure 8.1-176. . the creation procedures are the same with that of FIB. For IP access. for E1 access. here is FIB.1-119.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. the configuration steps are the same. The creation procedures are the same with that of B8018. here is EIB. the creation procedures are the same with that of B8018. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. (2) Creating EIB/FIB Caution: In Figure 8. (3) Creating CMB For E1 access.1-175 Creating M8206 Common Shelf 2  Note: PDM board is created after the creation of common shelf. (1) Creating Resource Shelf and Panel Creating Resource Shelf Right-click the resource shelf position and select Create Shelf in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8. 3.1-119.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-176 Creating M8206 Resource Shelf 1 Create shelf dialog box pops up as shown in Figure 8.1-177 Creating M8206 Resource Shelf 2 (2) Creating AEM Panel type is MDUP. Figure 8. The creation procedures are the same with that of B8018.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. Click OK.1-177.

11 S8001 Site Creation Purpose To create S8001 sites. including IP Over IP and IP Over E1.1-178 M8206 Rack Map 8.1. . Figure 8.1-178.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ (3) Creating MTRU The creation procedures are the same with that of B8018. the prerequisites include: Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 4.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. M8206 is configured successfully as shown in Figure 8. Caution: MTRU supports EDGE service. When IP Over IP is configured. Prerequisites There are two modes for IP transmission.

(1) Creating RPU Interface In Configuration Resource Tree. 3. DTB board is created on BSC rack. 3. When IP Over E1 is configured. Caution: Configuration procedures for IP Over IP and IP Over E1 are generally the same except for the situation to create interface: RPU and IPBB interface should be created in IP Over Ip mode. Or in the sub-node Interface Configuration of IP Configuration. configuration in the sub-view of DSP Configuration Information. and PCM in EUIP Type should be configured. BIPB board is created on BSC rack. supporting IP is available. See the DSP No. select Create → Interface. the prerequisites include: 1. right click IP Configuration.1-179. IPBB board is created on BSC rack. 2. Procedures 1. EUIP board is created on BSC rack. select Create → Interface as shown in Figure 8. 2. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 4. BSC is created successfully. supporting IP is available. RPU and EUIP interface should be created in IP Over E1 mode. BSC is created successfully.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. BIPB board is created on BSC rack. and the configuration in the sub-view of HDLC Configuration Information is complete. and DSP No.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 1. . and DSP No.

1-180.1-179 Creating RPU Interface 1 (2) Click Interface. Enter proper parameters and click OK to complete configuration.1-180 Creating RPU Interface 2 (3) Click Next. and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8. Figure 8. and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Select RPU as Board Function Type.1-181. .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.

(1) Enabling RPU Virtual Address In Configuration Resource Tree. as shown in Figure 8. select IP Information sub-view.1-181 Creating RPU Interface 3 2.1-181 and save it.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.1-182. so that the parameters can be modified. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. change the IPABIS address with the IP address configured in Figure 8. (2) Double click BSC Global Resource Label. apply for mutex property in BSC Management NE Label. .ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

select Create → Interface as shown in Figure 8. .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. Or in the sub-node of Interface Configuration of IP Configuration. Take the procedures to create IPBB interface for example: (1) In Configuration Resource Tree.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1-183. Creating IPBB/EUIP Interface Caution: The procedures and parameter description are the same for creating IPBB and EUIP interfaces. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. right click Create → Interface. 3.1-182 Enabling RPU Virtual Address (3) Release mutex property in BSC Management NE Label. Caution: If the iBSC virtual address configured on RPU is modified. right click IP Configuration. IPBB and BIPB board should be reset after each modification. CMP (or the OMP in the same environment with CMP).

ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Enter proper parameters.1-185. Figure 8.1-184. .1-184 Creating IPBB Interface 2 (3) Click Next. click OK to complete configuration. a window pops up as shown in Figure 8. select IPBB as Board Function Type. and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.1-183 Creating IPBB Interface 1 (2) Click Interface.

Creating Static Route Caution: Static route needs to be created only when S8001 and RPU are not in the same network section. right click IP Configuration. . (1) In Configuration Resource Tree. right click Create → Static Route. Or in the sub-node of Static Route of IP Configuration.1-186.1-185 Creating IPBB Interface 3 4.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. select Create → Static Route as shown in Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

Enter proper parameters. and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.1-11 for related parameters.1-186 Creating Static Route 1 (2) Click Static Route.1-187. . See Table 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. click OK to complete creation. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

1-11 Static Route Parameters Static Route Parameters User ID Optional values Unit Default value Parameter description Static Route ID Optional values Unit 1 ~ 2048 None The character string with the length of 40 at maximum.1-187 Creating Static Route 2 Table 8. . Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. None None A name to be identified by the user.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

0. Management Distance 1 ~ 254 None Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.0.0. Interface. . 1 Identify the static route No.168.0 The prefix of network section.0.0. Static Route Network Mask None None 0.0.0.0.168 is 192.0. for example: the prefix of Network Section 10 is 10.0.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. and that of Network Section 192. IP & Interface None IP The Next Hop is configured as IP address.0. Next Hop IP Address Configuration according to the on-site situation.0.0 Fill in iBSC gateway address.0 Network section mask. such as 255. None 0.0. Static Route Network Prefix None None 0.0.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Static Route Parameters Default value Parameter description Optional values Unit Default value Parameter description Optional values Unit Default value Parameter description Next Hop Optional values Unit Default value Parameter description Optional values Unit Default value Parameter description Optional values Unit IP. keep the default value.255. which identify a network section with the IP prefix mentioned above.0 and 255.0.

Route Allocation Label Optional values Unit Default value Parameter description 1 ~ 255 None 3 It refers to the label when route protocol is converted from RIP protocol to other protocol (such as OSPF. 5. The parameter remains the default value. Creating S8001 Sites The procedures to create BTS node label of S8001 site is the same as create that of BS20. S8001 activates two parameters for configuration including Permitted Access Bandwidth (kb) and Sequence No. if the management distance is 0. . ●  Note: Initial rack map is created after the creation of BTS node. except for: ● BTS Type is S8001. which indicates that the management distance reduces 1 (16 at most) after each router is passed. See Figure 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Static Route Parameters Default value Parameter description 1 A parameter of RIP protocol. Besides creating the parameters essential for BS20 configuration.1-8 for parameter description. IS-IS). 6.1-188 for a sample after creation. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. see Table 8. the router discards data packet.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

2. Purpose This item focuses on BS8200 sites. Procedures The procedures to create the BTS node label and initial rack map are the same as that of BS20. user can configure the sites by connecting several sites together. BSC is created successfully. Prerequisites 1.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.12 BS8200 Site Creation Information BS8200 is GSM/W dual-mode BTS. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. .1. 8.2 Site Connection Configuration Purpose To save the transmission and cost. This item focuses on creating BTS node label. physical data and WCDMA radio parameter are configured in OMCB. the radio parameter in GSM equipment is configured the same as other BTS. except that the BTS Type is set as BS8200.1-188 S8001 Rack Map Sample 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. initial rack map of BS8200 sites at GSM side. BTS physical data is configured in OMCB.

Creating Lower Level Site  Note: Suppose the upper level site is BTS (V2. the lower level site is BS21. Procedures 1. referring to Section 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Prerequisites BSC and upper level site are successfully created. (1) Creating CMM Panel Right-click CMM position and select Create Panel as shown in Figure 8.1. Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Configure the BS21 site ID.2 BS21. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. shelf and AEM and TRM panels.0) and site ID is 2. as shown in Figure 8. .2190.2-189.2-189 Configuring Site Connection 1 2. initial rack map.

Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.2-190 Configuring Site Connection 2 (2) Select CMM in Panel Type dropdown list. Figure 8. dropdown list.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. .2-191 Configuring Site Connection 3 (3) Click Connect and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8.2-192.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-191. Connect in Connection Type dropdown list as shown in Figure 8. BSC in Connection Model dropdown list. 2 in Rack No.

Ports ABC are symmetrical with Ports EFG. and those in B8018.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. . make sure that the O&M link of the master rack in cascading sites should be configured according to the limitation to power-off bypass. When configuring cascading sites. See Table 8. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.2-12 for power-off bypass description. M8202. M8206 should be configured at Ports A and E symmetrically. which indicates that the O&M link of the master rack in V2 sites should be configured at the Ports A and D symmetrically. Select proper PCM number.2-192 Configuring Site Connection 4 This figure has list the PCM number available for BSC. Ports ABCD are symmetrical with Ports EFGH.2-12 Power-Off Bypass Description Site Type V2 series BTS B8018 B8112 Port Description Ports AB are symmetrical with Ports DE. Table 8. B8112.

2-193 Configuring Site Connection 5 ● Set Abis Pool NO. there are no corresponding ports to Ports BCD. so as to locate the port for the connection between upper-level and lower-level sites. the existing port between upper-level cascading site and BSC should be queried before selecting PCM No. Port A is symmetrical with Port E. Figure 8. which cannot be used for ring network connection. click Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Caution: Due to the power-off bypass limitation. . there are no corresponding ports to Ports BCD.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Site Type M8202 M8206 Port Description Port A is symmetrical with Port E. (4) Click OK to complete the configuration of a PCM line as shown in Figure 8.2193. as shown in Figure 8.2-192. drop-list. which cannot be used for ring network connection. and select time slot number from the TS No.

● Depending on the actual time slot needs. User can double-click (Connect BSC) in property page as shown in Figure 8. to allocate OMU time Caution: OMU time slot number is 16 and 25 ~ 31.2-194.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 3. in Configuration Resource Tree to query Connection Mode parameters Figure 8. The site connection is successfully configured.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ to combine the parameters to the recourse pool. . (5) Click OK to complete CMM configuration.2-194 Configuring Site Connection 6 8. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. click slot number. User can install the second CMM panel based on own needs.3 Cell Creation Purpose To create cell. Generally only one CMM panel is installed as default.

3-195.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. NSE and UPPB boards should be created first. Click to display all contents as shown in Figure 8. Figure 8. Configure other parameter information in Create cell dialog box.3-196 Creating Cell 2 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. If the cell supports GPRS or EDGE. Click OK. Procedures 1. In Configuration Resource Tree. 2. . BSC and site are successfully created. right-click Site ID. Figure 8.3-196. click Create → Cell in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8.3-195 Creating Cell 1 2.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Prerequisites 1.

● MCC (Country Code). the Use cell dynamic HR parameter is activated and able to be configured. Frequency band limits the frequency point range of the cell. If this function is required by the Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. ● SMS cell broadcast used It is configured as per on-site environment. ● Frequency band It is configured as per on-site environment. the corresponding GPRS or EDGE parameter settings interface will pops up. which can be adjusted according to the quantity of the cell created. If it is set as Support GPRS or Support EDGE. ● Cell type It should be configured according to the on-site situation. if the frequency band is GSM850. If S8001 cell is to be created. LAC (Location Area Code). . for example. ● Dynamic HR support indication It is configured as per on-site environment. ● Subcell used It is configured as per on-site environment. ● GPRS service supported It is configured as per on-site environment. The above mentioned are negotiable data. MNC (Network Code). The default value should be kept. which can be configured as per onsite environment. If it is set as Yes. the frequency point range is 128 ~ 251. NCC (Network Color Code) and BCC (Base station Color Code). ● BTS ID The value range is 1~6. select Pico Cell as the Cell Type.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Sub-view Basic Parameter 1: ● User label It must be configured by the user. The combination of MCC+MNC+LAC+CI is unique. CI (Cell Identity).ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

● NSE (Network Service Entity) label NSE ID has been configured when selecting GB interface configuration. it should be set as Yes. adjacent cell reselection 1are also selected. already configured.  Note: After the cell is created. . if it is set as Yes. 3. ● DSP label It is selected from the DSP No. while the others can only be Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. UTRAN cell control. which should be consistent with the on-site configuration of cell common control channel. the system adopts the AMR parameters configured in BSC by default.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ user.3-197. the system adopts the AMR parameters configured in the sub-views of AMR halfrate parameters and AMR full-rate parameters. ● Use cell AMR parameter It is configured as per on-site environment. in which adjacent cell reselection can be created separately. which is selected as per on-site requirement. UTRAN switchover control. as per on-site requirement. If it is set as No. It is selected as per the board slot configured on site.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. ● Route Area Code Network negotiation data. GPRS Basic Properties Sub-view: ● SGSN label Select SGSN No. power control. ● BSSGP virtual connection label It identities only one GPRS cell in an NSE. switchover control. ● Common control channel configuration It identifies the combination mode of common control channel. Click OK to complete creation as shown in Figure 8. ● UPPB Unit No.

Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Figure 8. Prerequisites BSC and site are successfully created.4 Frequency Hopping Creation Purpose To create frequency hopping.3-197 Configuring Cell 3 8. but not created or deleted separately. .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ modified.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

Click Frequency Hopping System and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8.4-198. Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Figure 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Procedures 1.  MA frequency list – No.4-198 Configuring Frequency Hopping System 1 2. It should be configured within the frequency point range set in Frequency Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. . Configure frequency hopping parameters. right-click Cell node. and click Create → Frequency Hopping System as shown in Figure 8. In Configuration Resource Tree. Click OK to complete configuration.4-199.4-199 Configuring Frequency Hopping System 2  Frequency hopping mode It is selected as per on-site requirement.

site and TRX boards are all successfully created. the window IP information will be added. Prerequisites BSC.5 TRX Creation Purpose To create TRX. Click TRX and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ band parameter when creating the cell. In Configuration Resource Tree. Configure all parameters and click OK to complete configuration. 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.5-201. . right-click Cell node. Procedures 1. Figure 8. If the site is the IP-access one.5-200.5-200 Configuring TRX 1 2. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. and click Create → TRX in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8.

for an extension cell which does not support sub-cell.5-201 Configuring TRX 2 ● Sub-Cell ID When creating a cell.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. which is not specified in Sub-Cell 2. the parameter Use sub-cell should be configured as Yes. TRX Type should be Extension TRX.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. ● BCCH carrier frequency Only one BCCH TRX should be configured within a cell. Select First Sub-Cell or Second Sub-Cell as per the on-site location of the TRX. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. TRX Information Sub-view ● Frequency hopping It is configured as per the requirement whether it supports frequency hopping. this parameter should be configured as Common TRX. for an extension cell which supports sub-cell. ● TRX Type For a common cell. this parameter is set as No and cannot be modified when re-creating the TRX. . If a BCCH TRX has already been configured in the cell. it should be Extension TRX in Sub-Cell 1.

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ If it is set as Yes. select in the configured frequency hopping system according to on-site environment. If frequency hopping is supported. or configured separately in the interface of each TS by the user. It is configured according to on-site environment. to complete Channel Information Sub-view: ● TSC It is configured according to on-site requirement. Only dynamic TS is configured. ● Frequency point If frequency hopping is not supported. It refers to the DSP in BIPB board supporting IP. IP Information Sub-view: ● ● BIPB Unit No. click configuration. PDCH TS is adopted in PDTCH according to on-site configuration. ● Physical panel location Select the physical location of the carrier frequency panel corresponding with the TRX as per on-site requirement. . parameter automatically. Caution: If it is configured as BCCH TRX. which is configured according Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. all the TSC in this TRX channel should be consistent with the BCC (Base station Color Code) in its cell. the succeeding frequency point parameter is changed into Frequency hopping No. enter frequency point as per on-site requirement. ● BIPB DSP No. ● Frequency hopping No.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

It is configured according to on-site environment.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ to on-site environment. which is configured according to on-site environment. 8. ● Port No. It should be the IP port No.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. and click Create → Adjacent interference cell in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8. specified in TRX during IP access. cell and GERAN external cell are all successfully created. ● DSP label sequence No. . In Configuration Resource Tree.6-202. site. Procedures 1. right-click Cell node.6 Adjacent Interference Cell Configuration Purpose To configure adjacent interference cell Prerequisites BSC. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

6-203.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. .6-202 Configuring Adjacent Interference Cell 1 2. Figure 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. .6-204. Input User label and parameters in Create Adjacent Interference cell dialog box as shown in Figure 8. and select target cell from the interface as shown in Figure Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.6-203 Configuring Adjacent Interference Cell 2 ● [DN of the relative cell] Click 8.

7-205.7 Adjacent Reselection Cell Configuration Purpose To configure adjacent reselection cell Prerequisites BSC.6-204 Configuring Adjacent Interference Cell 3 3.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. Configure Create Adjacent cell reselection parameters as shown in Figure 8. site. cell and GERAN external cell are all successfully created. 8. In Configuration Resource Tree. Figure 8. right-click Cell node. .7- Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Procedures 1. and click Create → Adjacent cell reselection in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.7-205 Configuring Adjacent Cell Reselection 1 2. Click OK to complete the configuration.

Select the cell or GERAN external cell as the reselection cell.7-207 Configuring Adjacent Cell Reselection 3 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Figure 8.7-207.7-206 Configuring Adjacent Cell Reselection 2 ● [DN of the relevant cell] Click and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Figure 8. .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 206.

8. Procedures 1. Figure 8. . Note: When creating a cell.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲  3. site.8 Adjacent Handover Cell Configuration Purpose To configure adjacent handover cell. cell and GERAN external cell are all successfully created. this cell is defaulted as the reselection cell of itself by system.8-208.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Prerequisites BSC. In Configuration Resource Tree.8-208 Configuring Adjacent Cell Handover 1 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Click OK to complete the configuration. right-click Cell node. and click Create → Adjacent cell handover in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8.

Figure 8.8-210.8-209 Configuring Adjacent Cell Handover 2  [DN of the relevant cell] Click and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.8209. Select the cell or GERAN external cell as the handover cell. Configure Create Adjacent cell handover parameters as shown in Figure 8. .

Configure Adjacent cell handover and reselection parameters. right-click Cell node.9-211 Configuring Adjacent Cell Handover and Reselection 1 2.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.9-212.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. and click Create → Adjacent cell handover and reselection in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8.9-211. . 8. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. as shown in Figure 8. site. In Configuration Resource Tree. Figure 8. Procedures 1. cell and GERAN external cell are all successfully created. Click OK to complete the configuration.8-210 Configuring Adjacent Cell Handover 3 3.9 Adjacent Handover and Reselection Cell Configuration Purpose To configure adjacent handover and reselection cell Prerequisites BSC.

and a window pops ● the cell or GERAN external cell as the handover and reselection cell. Select in the view on the right. DN of the relevant cell Click and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8. click up as shown in Figure 8. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. Tick off the parameter mutual if it is necessary to mutually set as handover and reselection cell. .9-213.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.9-212 Configuring Adjacent Cell Handover and Reselection 2  Note: The user can double click Adjacent cell switchover and reselection in the Configuration Resource Tree.9-212.

10 UTRAN Adjacent Reselection Cell Configuration Purpose To configure UTRAN adjacent reselection cell Prerequisites BSC.9-213 Configuring Adjacent Cell Handover and Reselection 3 3. it cannot be used as the adjacent cell of a switchover AND reselection cell. site. Click OK to complete the configuration. Caution: If the cell is used as the adjacent cell of a switchover OR reselection cell.10214. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. and click Create → UTRAN adjacent cell reselection in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8. Procedures 1.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. . In Configuration Resource Tree. 8. right-click Cell node. and UTRAN external cell are all successfully created.

10-214 Configuring UTRAN Adjacent Cell Reselection 1 2.10-215 Configuring UTRAN Adjacent Cell Reselection 2 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.10-215.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Figure 8. . as shown in Figure 8. Configure Create UTRAN adjacent cell reselection parameters.

10-216 Configuring UTRAN Adjacent Cell Reselection 3 3. Click OK to complete the configuration. .11217. Figure 8. and click Create → UTRAN adjacent cell handover in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8. site. Procedures 1.11 UTRAN Adjacent Handover Cell Configuration Purpose To configure UTRAN adjacent handover cell Prerequisites BSC. Select UTRAN target cell from the list to configure selected cell as UTRAN adjacent cell reselection cell. right-click Cell node. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 8.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ ● [DN of the relevant cell] Click and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8. and UTRAN external cell are all successfully created. In Configuration Resource Tree.10-216.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

11-217 Configuring UTRAN Adjacent Cell Handover 1 2.11218.11-218 Configuring UTRAN Adjacent Cell Handover 2 ● [DN of the relevant cell] Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. . Figure 8. Configure UTRAN adjacent cell handover parameters as shown in Figure 8.

site.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. In Configuration Resource Tree. and click Create→ UTRAN adjacent cell handover and reselection in the popup menu as shown in Figure 8.11-219.12-220.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Click and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8.12 UTRAN Adjacent Handover and Reselection Cell Configuration Purpose To configure UTRAN adjacent handover and reselection cell Prerequisites BSC. Click OK to complete the configuration. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. right-click Cell node. Procedures 1. . 8. Select UTARN adjacent cell handover from the list.11-219 Configuring UTRAN Adjacent Cell Handover 3 3. Figure 8. and UTRAN external cell are all successfully created.

Figure 8. Configure UTRAN adjacent cell handover and reselection parameters as shown in Figure 8.12-221. click up as shown in Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. and a window pops ● UTARN adjacent cell handover from the list.12-222. [DN of the relevant cell] Click and a window pops up as shown in Figure 8. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Select in the view on the right.12-221.12-220 Configuring UTRAN adjacent Cell Handover and Reselection 1 2.12-221 Configuring UTRAN adjacent Cell Handover and Reselection 2  Note: The user can double click UTRAN Adjacent cell switchover and reselection in the Configuration Resource Tree.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. .

8.13 GERAN External Cell Configuration Purpose To configure GERAN external cell Prerequisites BSC was successfully created.13223. Caution: If the cell is used as the adjacent cell of a UTRAN switchover OR UTRAN reselection cell. Click OK to complete the configuration. Procedures 1.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. right-click External cell config and click Create → GERAN external cell in the popup menu. .12-222 Creating UTRAN Adjacent Cell Switchover and Reselection 3 3. In Configuration Resource Tree. it cannot be used as the adjacent cell of a UTRAN switchover AND reselection cell.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8. as shown in Figure 8. Or right-click External cell config→ GERAN external cell config and Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

NCC. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. CI. Click OK to complete configuration. LAC. which should be configured according to on-site planning. Figure 8. MCC.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ click Create → GERAN external cell. MNC. Frequency band. Figure 8. .  GPRS service supported It is configured according to on-site environment.13-224. Configure he parameters as shown in Figure 8.13-223 Configuring External Cell 1 2. BCCH frequency.13-224 Configuring External Cell 2  Cell type. BCC The above mentioned are negotiable data.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Generally the default parameters in the sub-view should be kept.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Caution: If it is set as Yes for GPRS service supported.14-225 Created GERAN External Cell 1 2. Or right-click External cell config → UTRAN external cell config and click Create → UTRAN external cell. Configure he parameters as shown in Figure 8. Procedures 1. Figure 8.14-226.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. as shown in Figure 8.13-224. 8.14 UTRAN External Cell Configuration Purpose To configure UTRAN external cell Prerequisites BSC was successfully created. Click OK to complete configuration. right-click External cell config and click Create → UTRAN external cell in the popup menu. the sub-view GPRS properties should be added in Figure 8. .14225. In Configuration Resource Tree.

Frequency. RNC ID. Scrambling code.14-226 Created GERAN External Cell 2  UTRAN cell type. C ID. Besides. MNC. the value range of UTRAN Adjacent Cell Frequency is correspondingly changing. which should be configured according to on-site planning. Caution: If the TDD is selected as UTRAN Cell Type. TX diversity indication.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Route area code The above mentioned are negotiable data. MCC. user should add UTRAN adjacent cell bandwidth and add parameters for Whether Sync Case/TSTD is applied in Figure 8. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. LAC.14-226. .

1 NSE Configuration Information NSE is used when the cell supports GPRS/EDGE. GB Interface Configuration 9. Prerequisites BSC was successfully created.1-13 and click OK.1.1-228.1-227. Input proper parameters by referring Table 9. Or in SGSN office ID → NSE config. right-click Create → NSE.1 E1 GB Interface Configuration 9. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. . Procedures 1.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 9. In Configuration Resource Tree. Figure 9. Click NSE and Create NSE box should pop up as shown in Figure 9. Purpose To configure Network Service Entity (NSE).  Note: The lower node SGSN is automatically created.1-227 Creating NSE 1 2.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. right-click GB interface related config → Create → NSE as shown in Figure 9.

Or in GB interface related config → BRCH config. As per the protocol48. there are two types in subnet: frame trunk and IP. It should be consistent with SGSN configuaration.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. right-click Create → BRCH. For E1 GB interface. IP None Frame trunk To identify subnet type. select frame trunk. BSC was successfully created.2 BRCH Configuration Purpose To configure Broadcast Channel (BRCH) at GB interface Prerequisites 1. 9.1-229.1. GIPB board and Gb interface PCM were successfully created.1-228 Creating NSE 2 Table 9. .018. 2. right-click GB interface related config.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 9. Procedures 1.1-13 NSE Parameters NSE Parameters NSE ID Integer type Unit Default value Description Subnet type Integer type Unit Default value Description Frame trunk. In Configuration Resource Tree. and click Create → BRCH in the popup menu as shown in Figure 9. 0 ~ 65535 None 0 To identify NSE.

iBSC connects with multiple SGSNs.1-229 Creating BRCH 1 2.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 9. It distinguishes those SGSNs.1-230 Creating BRCH 2 Table 9.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1230. . Input proper parameters by referring Table and click OK. Click BRCH and Create BRCH box should pop up as shown in Figure 9.1-14 BRCH Parameters BRCH Parameters SGSN ID Integer type Unit Default value Description Physical Link Integer type Unit Default value Description Unit 1 ~ 1000 None 1 To identify physical link Depending on actual configuration of SGSN None 1 Once supporting Flex GB. Figure 9. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

CPU3 manages PCM17 ~ PCM20. Depending on actual configuration of GIPB (or GIPB2) None None To identify GIPB unit MCC Start Time Slot Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 0 ~ 127 None 0 Signaling link corresponds to the MCC start time slot number. PCM Integer type Unit Default value Description Start Time Slot Integer type Unit Default value Description Access Rate Integer type Unit Default value 0 ~ 31 None 0 0 ~ 31 None 0 Link start time slot of accessing PCM 9 ~ 24 None None PCM number of accessing GIPB. CPU2 manages PCM13 ~ PCM16. 2 MCC is in use. CPU2 manages PCM13 ~ PCM16.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 2. 3.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ BRCH Parameters Integer type Unit Default value Description CPU ID Integer type Unit Default value Description Channel Integer type Unit Default value Description Integer type Unit Default value 1 ~ 256 None 1 This channel ID is a CPU internal link logical ID. Each MCC has 128 time slots. Now only the No. CPU4 manages PCM21 ~ PCM24. One CPU at Description present consists of two MCCs. This relation between CPU ID and PCM ID is: CPU1 manages PCM9 ~ PCM12. 1. CPU3 manages PCM17 ~ PCM20. Note: different BRCH cannot occupy the same MCC timeslot. 4 None 1 CPU sub card coding. . CPU4 manages PCM21 ~ PCM24. This relation between CPU ID and PCM ID is: CPU1 manages PCM9 ~ PCM12.

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ BRCH Parameters Description N391 Integer type Unit Default value 5 ~ 30 None 6 Polling timer for all PVC status. Each T391 local end sends one STATUS ENQUIRY message to the opposite end. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. BSC was successfully created. If there is N392 no error link integration verification.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. NSE and Gb interface BRCH were successfully created. report the fault relief to the upper level. If the latest N393 STATUS ENQUIRY error is more Description than that of N392. T391 Integer type Unit Default value Description 500 ~ 3000 10 ms 1000 Complete state detection polling counter. Each T391 local end sends one STATUS Description ENQUIRY message to the opposite end.3 NSVC Configuration Purpose To configure Network Service Virtual Connection (NSVC) Prerequisites 1. If there is N392 no error link integration verification. Access rate 9. report the equipment fault to the upper level. . report the equipment fault to the upper level. One total status enquiry is performed every N391 period. N393 Integer type Unit Default value 4 ~ 10 None 4 State detection counter. If the latest N393 STATUS ENQUIRY error is more Description than that of N392.1. N392 Integer type Unit Default value 3~8 None 3 Error detection counter. STATUS ENQUIRY only performs Link Integrity Verification. 2. report the fault relief to the upper level.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. right-click NSE ID. Input proper parameters by referring to the following table and click OK.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Procedures 1.1-232. Figure 9. and click Create → NSVC in the popup menu as shown in Figure 9. Click NSVC and Create NSVC box should pop up as shown in Figure 9.1-231 Creating NSVC 1 2. In Configuration Resource Tree. .1-231.

Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 9.1-232 Creating NSVC 2 Table 9. 0 ~ 65535 None None NSVC ID Characters or number or combination of both: 1~40 None None Unique label given to function.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. The DLCI value cannot be the same at the same BRCH. . It is a planned value.1-15 NSVC Parameters NSVC Parameters User Label Integer type Unit Default value Description NSVC ID Integer type Unit Default value Description DLCI Integer type Unit Default value Description BRCH link 16 ~ 991 None 100 The DLCI value should be consistent with the SGSN.

TC(Network testing time) Integer type Unit Default value Description 9. the max excessive size of the burst packet user. In the Tc period.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 1000 ~ 1500 10 ms 1000 Network testing time 100 ~ 200 bit 100 Excessive size of the burst packet. In the Tc period. Prerequisites BSC was successfully created. .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ NSVC Parameters Integer type Unit Default value Description BE Integer type Unit Default value Description BC Integer type Unit Default value Description 640 ~ 30720 KB 640 Committed burst packet size.2 IP GB interface Configuration 9. usually set as 640KB× Number of Time Slot. the max committed burst packet size of one user. 5 pieces of NSVC maximally can be configured at one BRCH.2.  Note: Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Depending on actual configuration None Depending on actual configuration It is a selection list and its data come from the BRCH.1 NSE Configuration Information NSE is used when the cell supports GPRS/EDGE. Purpose To configure Network Service Entity (NSE).

2-233. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Click NSE and Create NSE box should pop up as shown in Figure 9. Procedures 1. Input proper parameters by referring Table 9. right-click GB interface related config → Create → NSE as shown in Figure 9. right click Create → NSE.2-234. .2-16 and click OK. In Configuration Resource Tree.2-233 Creating NSE 1 2.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Figure 9.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ The lower node SGSN is automatically created. Or in SGSN office ID → NSE config.

Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.018. there are two types in subnet: frame trunk and IP. select IP. and Configuration Mode is valid. static configuration None Static configuration It indicates the acquisition mode of the opposite end node.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 9. For IP GB interface. IP None Frame trunk To identify subnet type. When selecting Dynamic Configuration. the parameters Pre-config SGSN IP and Preconfig SGSN UDP are valid. Pre-config SGSN IP Integer type Valid IP address Frame trunk. The static configuration is to configure the node of SGSN on BSC. 0 ~ 65535 None 0 To identify NSE. .2-234 Creating NSE 2 Table 9. The dynamic Description configuration is to acquire the SGSN node via the signaling flow. As per the protocol48.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-16 NSE Parameters NSE Parameters NSE ID Integer type Unit Default value Description Subnet type Integer type Unit Default value Description Configuration mode Integer type Unit Default value Dynamic configuration.

One of the opposite ends should be known to facilitate signaling exchange. Procedures 1. None 0.2-235. select Create →  IPGB Port in the drop-down list as shown in Figure 9. Pre-config SGSN UDP port address is the one of the opposite end (SGSN) in the configuration flow.0. right-click SGSN Office ID.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. the opposite end node (IP+UDPPORT) is acquired from the opposite end via the configuration flow.0.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ NSE Parameters NSE ID Integer type Unit Default value Description Unit Default value 0 ~ 65535 None 0 To identify NSE. One of the Description opposite ends should be known to facilitate signaling exchange.2 IPGB Port Configuration Purpose To configure IPGB port. it is unnecessary to create the IP address of IPGB board and the RPU loop address in advance. the opposite end node ((IP+UDPPORT) Description is acquired from the opposite end via the configuration flow. Prerequisites 1. 2. If the user needs to create the opposite end (IPGB). In Configuration Resource Tree.0 When Dynamic Configuration is used. Pre-config SGSN IP address is the one of the opposite end in the configuration flow.2. BSC global resource and IPGB board were successfully created. 9. right-click Create → IPGB Port. . Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Or in SGSN office ID   IPGB port config. Pre-config SGSN UDP port Integer type Unit Default value 0 ~ 65535 None 0 When Dynamic Configuration is used.

The IP address is the address set by RPU. Input the proper port type by referring to the following table. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. UDP port No.2-236.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 9.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.2-235 Creating IPGB Port 1 2. is consistent with SGSN. add the two IP ports of local and opposite ends. . Click IPGB Port and a window pops up as shown in Figure 9.

which is consistent with the opposite data.e. When selecting Opposite Port for Port Type.2-236 Creating IPGB Port 2 Table 9.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. it is configured as the IP address unoccupied by IP Abis interface of RPU (the IP address for IP Abis in IP Description Information page of BSC global resource).2-17 IPGB Port Parameters IPGB Port Parameters NSE ID Integer type Unit Default value Depending on actual configuration None None When selecting Local Port for Port Type. When selecting Opposite Port for Port Type. . NSE ID is the one of the same BSC global resource.xxx.xxx.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 9. it is configured as the opposite IP address. xxx. with IP for the subnet type and static configuration for the configuration type. IP Address Integer type Unit Default value In the format of 4 bits. i. UDP Port Integer type   for local port: 32768 ~ 32928 for opposite port: 0 ~ 65535 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.xxx (xxx is 0 ~ 255) None None When selecting Local Port for Port Type. NSE ID is the one of the same BSC Description global resource and with IP for the subnet type.

which is invalid. Also. If it is the local port. It indicates the selection frequency of the port when sending data. For instance: If the weights of two ports are both 10. of IPGB board None None When selecting Local port for Port Type. when the dynamic configuration is adopted. The actual unit No.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ IPGB Port Parameters Unit Default value Description Port Type Integer type Unit Default value Description Signaling Weight Integer type Unit Default value 0 ~ 255 None 10 To set the value of signaling weight. their frequencies are the same. Data Weight Integer type Unit Default value Description 0 ~ 255 None 10 To set the value of data weight. Add IP configuration: BSC global resource →IP Information. it is marked on the position where Description configures IPGB board of BSC. It indicates the selection frequency of the port when sending signaling. When the opposite port weight acquired in static configuration and the opposite port weight acquired in dynamic configuration are sending signaling to the opposite port. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. the frequency of the latter is twice by that of the former. Unit No. it is the frequency of selecting the weight value as the target port when sending the Description weight value to SGSN. of IPGB Board Integer type Unit Default value 3. If the weight of port 1 is 10 and that of port 2 is 20. The local and opposite end ports None Local port To set the type of port. None None To set the value of UDP port.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. . it indicates the selection frequency. it is the frequency of selecting the source port as the local one when sending signaling to the opposite end. When selecting Opposite port for Port Type. Different types of ports influence the integer type and default value of UDP port. it is the set value 65535. input RPU address in IPGB of the virtual IP address.

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. .

010A Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20. please contact ZTE.20.010A _Z.20.BIN MPX86_04_040704_FPGA107. Software Version File Description 10.BIN CHUB version file ICM version file With 852 OMP version file RPU version file SMP version file Version type Version file name Remarks Physical board type MPX86 MPX86 MPX86 UIM GUIM CPU iBSC_UIM_2_UIM_8260_ V6.010A.RBF iBSC_MPX86_2_RPU_P4_ V6.20.010A _Z. Logical board type MP  RPU MP  UIM CPU FPGA CPU CPU FPGA CPU iBSC_MPX86_2_MP_P4_V6.010A _Z.bin iBSC_CHUB_CHUB_8245_ V6. the followings may be different from the actual condition.20.010A Process-in cell Process-out cell iBSC_GLIQV_GLI_INGRESS_ V6.1.BIN V6.010A _Z.010A_Z.20.BIN UIMC version file GUIMU version file — CHUB ICM CHUB ICM FPGA CPU CPU GIUM_03_060803_FPGA_108.010A _Z.010A.20.BIN subcard.BIN IBSC_ICM_ICM_852_V6.20.010A for instance)  Note: Due to version changes.20.20. DTB CPU GLIQV GLI MICROCODE CPU MICROCODE iBSC_GLIQV_GLI_CPU0_XSCALE_ _Z.UOF V6.20.BIN MPX86_04_040704_FPGA107.BIN DTB DTB CPU iBSC_DTB_DTB_852_V6.BIN iBSC_MPX86_2_MP_P4_ V6.BIN iBSC_GLIQV_GLI_EGRESS_ V6.20.20.UOF iBSC_GLIQV_GLI_CPU1_XSCALE_ _Z.20.010A_Z.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. For any question.1 Version file list (iBSCV6.010A _Z.BIN UIM_2 iBSC_UIM_2_UIM_755_ V6. .RBF iBSC_UIM_2_UIM_8260_ V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 10.010A_Z.

010A _Z.010A.20.BIN UC_IBSC_MNIC_2_IPI_V6.010A _Z.BIN iBSC_VTCD_DRTB_8260_ V6.010A _Z.BIN iBSC_VTCD_DSPC6414_AMREN_ V6.20.BIN iBSC_VTCD_UPPB_8260_ V6.BIN IBSC_MNIC_2_IPI_23XX_V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Logical board type FPGA EUIP EIPI/BIPI/GIPI IPBB IPGB CPU MICROCODE CPU MICROCODE CPU MICROCODE CPU CPU GLIQV_00_040201_FPGA.20.20.BIN iBSC_VTCD_DSPC6414_UPPB_ V6.010A_Z.20.BIN iBSC_SDTB_SDTB_860_ V6.010A _Z.010A _Z.010A.010A_Z. .BIN iBSC_VTCD_BIPB_8260_ V6.20.010A _Z.BIN UC_IBSC_MNIC_2_IPGB_V6.010A _Z.20.RBF PSN version file SDTB version select SDTB SDTB FPGA file.20.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.BIN iBSC_SDTB_SDTB_860_ V6.BIN PSN PSN iBSC_PSN_PSN_852_ V6.20.20.UOF IBSC_MNIC_2_IPBB_23XX_V6.20.BIN iBSC_SPB_LAPD_85XX_ V6.010A.010A _Z.20.010A.010A.BIN VTCD version file GIPB Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20.BIN SDTB_00_040301_FPGA_104.UOF iBSC_PSN_PSN_860_ V6.20.010A _Z.RBF g FPGA file upon actual of condition PCB board SPB SPB LAPD GIPB BIPB BIPB DRTB VTCD DRTB UPPB UPPB CPU CPU CPU CPU DSP CPU DSP CPU DSP iBSC_SPB_SPB_85XX_ V6.UOF IBSC_MNIC_2_IPGB_23XX_V6.010A_Z.20.20.BIN UC_IBSC_MNIC_2_IPBB_V6.010A.20.BIN iBSC_VTCD_DSPC6414_BIPB_ V6. the BIPI/GIPI version file  EIPI version file Version type Version file name Remarks Physical board type correspondin SDTB_01_040302_FPGA_105.20.

the system generates general version at the background and modifies the related data forms in the background database. the system copies the local software to ZXG10 NetNumen-G server and modifies the background database. activate the version. the system generates the general version at the foreground and modifies the related data forms in the foreground database. add the version to the NE. 3 . Software Version Management Abstract Software load involves the following major procedures: import the version file to the database. the system copies the software from local server to ZXG10 NetNumen-G server. By activating specific version. software packet download. the system generates the specific version at the foreground and modifies the related data forms in the foreground database. create general version. the system uploads the software from ZXG10 NetNumen-G server via FTP to the SDR under corresponding iBSC. This chapter will elaborate on the software version management.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. By creating specific version. the system generates the specific version in iOMCR and modifies the related data forms in the background database. By creating general version.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 11. the system deletes the specific version at the foreground and modifies related data forms in the foreground database. software packet activation. and modifies the background database. the system deletes the foreground version. By deactivating specific version. and by deletion from OMC. By way of creating BTS software packet. By synchronizing the NE. By activating general version. By deletion from NE. it deletes the background version. the system then uploads ZXG10 NetNumen-G server via FTP to the corresponding iBSC OMP and modifies OMP database. By importing the version to the database and OMC. by way of activating version packet. the system modifies the general version at both foreground and background. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. and so on. By updating general version. The major procedures for SDR software loading include: BTS software packet creation. the system sets the standby inactivated version packet of corresponding SDR as current running version packet. by way of downloading version packet.

the system copies the software from the client to ZXG10 NetNumen-G server. the system FTPs Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 4 . The version information should include software ID and version number. 2.1-237 Software Load Flow 1. it should be firstly imported to the database. and then through Synchronizing Version Data to NE.1-237 below. By executing Create Version File to OMC or Create Version Files in Batch to OMC.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1 Summary of Non-SDR BTS Software Load Flow The main flow of software load is shown in Figure 11. Import software to database Before the software is loaded.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 11. Start Select software version Import software into database Set general software version Set specific software version Activate general software version Activate specific software version Query running iBSC software End Figure 11. Select software version Select the software version according to the actual demands.

After the general software is set. Therefore. the original version should be saved before the version upgrade. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.2-238 below.2 Non-SDR Software Version Management Interface Log on to ZXG10 NetNumen-G client and select the menu View → Software Version Management to open the Software Version Management interface. Because the specific software version has priority over the general software version. modify or delete the specific software of a specific board. the board will reply ZXG10 NetNumen-G server with its running version information which is then forwarded to the client and displayed at the client. it can be used to load the same kind of software in batch. Set specific software version This procedure is to create. 7. if the board pre-loaded with a general software version and then a specific software version. At the same time.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 4. 6. If the above case occurs. the system may break down. 5 . 5. the specific software version will run on the board. the version information is written in both the foreground and background databases. delete or modify the version record of the general software. 3. Load specific software version Notice OMP to load a pre-set specific software version to a specific board and then run the software. Query the running foreground software Send a query command to a foreground board. 11.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ the software form ZXG10 NetNumen-G server to corresponding iBSC OMP. if the new version cannot start up or there are some severe faults due to some reason. Set general software version The procedure is to create. Load general software version Notice OMP to load the general software to all the boards that run the software. as shown in Figure 11. After the version upgrade. resume the normal running status with the original version.

2-238 Software Version Management Interface 11. and doubleclick BSC software management. [Procedures] 1.3-239 below.1 Version File Loaded into Database [Purpose] It focuses on loading BSC version file to database. select the BSC store software in the sub-menu on the right. 6 . Communication between the client and the server is normal.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. In the Software Version Management interface. double click OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → BSC software management.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11. [Prerequisites] 1. As shown in Figure 11.3 BSC Software Version Management 11. Related BSC version file is available to be loaded into database.3. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 2.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6.3-239 Create Version File to OMC 1 2.3-240 Create Version File to OMC 2 Click the button and select the version file from the popup box as shown in Figure 11.3-240 below.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11. 7 . Click Open to load the content into Figure 11. Figure 11.3-242.3-241 below. Click in the toolbar and a window pops up as shown in Figure 11. as shown in Figure 11. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.3240.

Click OK to complete creation. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. as shown in Figure 11.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11.3-242 Create Version File to OMC 4 3.3-241 Create Version File to OMC 3 Figure 11. 8 .ZXG10 iBSC (V6.3-243 below.

[Procedures] 1.3.3-245 below. 2.2 Version Files Created in Batch to OMC [Purpose] Create BSC version files in batch to OMC.3-246.3-243 Create Version File to OMC 5 11. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. as shown in Figure 11. Click Open to load content into Figure 11. Click in the toolbar in Figure 11.3-244 below.3-244 Create Version Files In Batch To OMC 1 Click the button and select the storage path to version files from the popup box as shown in Figure 11.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11.3244. Communication between the client and the server is normal.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.3-239 and a box pops up as shown in Figure 11. Figure 11. 9 . [Prerequisites] 1. Related iBSC version files for batch creation are available.

10 .3-246 Create Version Files In Batch To OMC 3 2. The Result column will show Operation Successful.3-245 Create Version Files In Batch To OMC 2 Figure 11.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11.3-247 below. then click the button Execute to complete creation. The users may check the files or click Select all or Select none. as shown in Figure 11.

Select a file that is to be set as the general version. 11 .3-248 below.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. as shown in Figure 11. right-click it to select Create General Version File.3-247 Create Version Files In Batch To OMC 4 3.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11. as shown in Figure 11. Communication between the client and the server is normal. [Procedures] 1. Exit the dialog box to complete batch creation. [Prerequisites] 1. Related BSC version file has been created to OMC.3-248 Create Version Files In Batch To OMC 4 11.3 General Version Creation [Purpose] Create general BSC software version. Figure 11. 2.3. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.3-249 below.

3. 12 .3-251 below.3-249 Create General Version 1 2. [Prerequisites] Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. as shown in Figure 11. Figure 11. Click Create General Version File and a box pops up indicating that the general version has been created successfully.3-250 Create General Version 2 The users may find this version in the BSC general software tab.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.3-250 below. Figure 11.4 Specific Version Creation [Purpose] Create specific software version.3-251 Create General Version 3 11. as shown in Figure 11.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11.

ZXG10 iBSC (V6.3-253 Create Specific Version 2 3. Click Create Specific Version File and a box pops up as shown in Figure 11. Shelf No. [Procedures] 1.3-252 below. Input Rack NO. as shown in Figure 11. Select a file that is to be set as the specific version. and CPU NO. right-click it to select Create Specific Version File. and then click OK. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Slot No..3-252 Create Specific Version 1 2. 2. A message box will pop up. Communication between the client and the server is normal.3253 below.. 13 .3-254 below.. as shown in Figure 11. Figure 11.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 1. Related BSC version file has been created to OMC. Figure 11.

Click OK and a box pops up indicating that the specific version has been created successfully.3-254 Create Specific Version 3 4. [Procedures] 1. Select both MPX FPGA and BIN files created in OMC and right-click to select Create ompcfg.3-255 Create Specific Version 4 The users may find this version in the BSC specific software tab. [Prerequisites] 1.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11. Related MPX FPGA and BIN files have been created to OMC.3-256 below. Communication between the client and the server is normal. 2. as show in Figure 11.ini Creation [Purpose] Create ompcfg. as shown in Figure 11. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Figure 11.3-256 Create Specific Version 5 11.5 ompcfg.ini for the application in foreground and background.3-257 below. as shown in Figure 11.3-255 below.ini. Figure 11.3. 14 .

Communication between the client and the server is normal. As shown in Figure 11.3.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.ini and a box pops up as shown in Figure 11.ini 3 11. a box pops up indicating that the operation is executed successfully. Click Create ompcfg. The BSC version to be deleted is not activated.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11.3-258.ini 1 2.3-257 Create ompcfg. [Prerequisites] 1.3-259 Create ompcfg. Select OMP or OMP+CMP+SMP as the MP type from the down-drop list and click OK. Figure 11. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 15 .3-259.3-258 Create ompcfg. 2.6 Deletion from OMC [Purpose] Delete BSC version from OMC. Figure 11.ini 2 3.

it can be directly deleted from OMC in the BSC store software sub-view. highlight and right-click the proper version file to select Delete from OMC. 16 . In the BSC specific software sub-view. Figure 11. and then deleted in the BSC store software sub-view. Here is an example of deleting a BSC specific version: 1.3-260 Delete from OMC 1 2. 2. it If the version to be deleted is created as the general version or specific version.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ [Procedures]  Notes: 1.3-261 Delete from OMC 2 This version does not exist in the sub-view any more. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.3262 below. Figure 11. Click Delete from OMC and a box pops up as shown in Figure 11. as shown in Figure 11.3-260 below. should firstly be deleted from OMC in the BSC general software or BSC specific software sub-view.3-261 below. as shown in Figure 11. If the version to be deleted is not created as a general version or specific version.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

select the proper version and right-click it to choose Delete from OMC. 17 .3-264 below. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. In the BSC store software sub-view of BSC software management1 tab.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11. Click Delete from OMC and a box pops up as shown in Figure 11.3-263 Delete from OMC 4 4.3-262 Delete from OMC 3 3. as shown in Figure 11.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Figure 11.3-263 below.

Click OK and a box pops up as shown in Figure 11. [Procedures] 1.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11. as shown in Figure 11. Figure 11. Figure 11.3.3-264 Delete from OMC 5 5.3-267 below. In the sub-views of BSC software management. 18 . [Prerequisites] Communication between the client and the server is normal.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.3-265 below.3-265 Delete from OMC 6 This version does not exist in the sub-view any more. as shown in Figure 11.3266 below. right-click the proper version and select Add version file to NE.7 Version File Added to NE [Purpose] Add BSC version to NE.3-266 Delete from OMC 7 11.

3-267 Add Version File to NE 1 2.8 General Version Activation [Purpose] Activate general software version. Communication between the client and the server is normal.3-269 below. [Prerequisites] 1. Click OK and a box pops up as shown in Figure 11. Figure 11.3. 19 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Figure 11. 2. The general version file has been added to NE.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. but not activated yet. Click Add version file to NE and a box pops up as shown in Figure 11.3-268 Add Version File to NE 2 3.3-268 below.3-269 Add Version File to NE 3 11. .

Figure 11.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ [Procedures] 1.3-273. Figure 11. Click Activate and a box pops up.3-271 below. Click OK and a box indicating successful operation pops up as shown in Figure 11.3-272. Figure 11. Select Reset from the drop-down list depending on actual configuration as shown in Figure 11.3-272 Activate General Version 3 3.3-271 Activate General Version 2 Click OK and a box pops up for confirmation as shown in Figure 11.3-270 Activate General Version 1 2. In the BSC general software sub-view. 20 .ZXG10 iBSC (V6. right-click the proper version file and select Activate as shown in Figure 11. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.3-270 below.

Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 2.3-274 below.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11.3. For the deactivation operation.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 21 . For the activation operation. Communication between the client and the server is normal.9 Specific Version Activation/Deactivation [Purpose] Activate and deactivate specific version. In the BSC specific software sub-view. [Prerequisites] 1. 3. the specific version file has been created and added to NE.3-273 Activate General Version 4 11. but not activated yet. right-click the proper specific version and select Activate as shown in Figure 11. the specific version file has been created and added to NE and activated. [Procedures] 1.

and then click OK. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.3-276 Activate Specific Version 3 4. Click Activate and a box pops up as shown in Figure 11.3-274 Activate Specific Version 1 2. a box pops up as shown in Figure 11. Select DSP Physical No. Figure 11. Figure 11.3-277 Activate Specific Version 4 5. After the operation. 22 .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11. The operation is performed successfully. The users can deactivate an activated version file.3-276 below. Right-click it and select Cancel activation in Figure 11.3-275.3-277 below. click OK. Click OK and a box pops up as shown in Figure 11.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Figure 11.3-275 Activate Specific Version 2 3. and Reset from the drop-down list depending on actual configuration.3-278 below.

3-279.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11.3.3-278 Cancel Activation 1 6.10 Version File Deleted from NE [Purpose] Delete the BSC version file from NE. Figure 11. [Procedures]  Notes: 1. Click Cancel activation and a box pops up to indicate the result as shown in Figure 11. The version file to be deleted is not activated. 2. it can 23 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. .3-279 Cancel Activation 2 11. [Prerequisites] 1. Communication between the client and the server is normal.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. If the version has not been created as the general version or specific version.

Figure 11.3-280 below. 2. 24 .ini. right-click the proper version file and select Delete version file from NE.3-281 Delete Version File from NE 2 4. If the version is created as the general version or specific version. 2. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.3281 below. Click Delete version file from NE and a box pops up as shown in Figure 11. Click OK and a box pops us as shown in Figure 11. Create ompcfg. Here is an example of deleting a BSC specific version: 1.3-280 Delete Version File from NE 1 3. it should firstly be deleted from OMC in the BSC general software or BSC specific software subview. and then deleted in the BSC store software sub-view. In the BSC store software sub-view. Figure 11.3-282 below. as shown in Figure 11.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ be directly deleted from OMC in the BSC store software sub-view.

Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.3-284 Upgrade General Version 2 3. 25 . right-click the proper general version file and select Upgrade. In the BSC general software sub-view. [Prerequisites] Communication between the client and the server is normal.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11. Figure 11. Figure 11. A box pops up as shown in Figure 11.3-282 Delete Version File from NE 3 11.3-285 below.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.3.3-284 below. Click Upgrade and a box pops up as shown in Figure 11.3-283 below. [Procedures] 1.3-283 Upgrade General Version 1 2.11 General Version Upgrade [Purpose] Upgrade the BSC general version. Select the proper items and click OK. as shown in Figure 11.

3. . [Prerequisites] Communication between the client and the server is normal.12 NE Version Files Query [Purpose] Query NE version files.3-287. and click the toolbar in Figure 11. Figure 11. A box pops up indicating the operation has been performed successfully as shown in Figure 11.3-286 Upgrade General Version 4 11. [Procedures] In the Software Version Management interface.3-286. 26 in Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.3-285 Upgrade General Version 3 4. Click OK to reset.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11. double click OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → BSC software management .

3-287 iBSC Stored Software Version Query Result 11. [Prerequisites] Communication between the client and the server is normal.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.3. 27 .13 NE General Version Files Query [Purpose] Query NE general version files.

and click the toolbar in Figure 11. in Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. double click OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → BSC software management. 28 .3-288.3-289.14 NE Specific Version Files Query [Purpose] Query the NE specific version files.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ [Procedures] In the Software Version Management interface. in Figure 11.3-288 iBSC General Software Version Query Result 11. [Procedures] In the Software Version Management interface.3.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. and click the toolbar in Figure 11. [Prerequisites] Communication between the client and the server is normal. double click OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → BSC software management .

3-290 Query NE Version Information 1 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11. In the Software Version Management interface.3-290 below. 29 . and click in the toolbar 11.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. [Procedures] 1.3-289 BSC Specific Software Version Query Result 11. . A box pops up as shown in Figure Figure 11.3. [Prerequisites] Communication between the client and the server is normal.15 NE Version Information of a Specific Board Query [Purpose] Query NE version information of a specific board. double click OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → BSC software management .

and click in the toolbar 11. double click OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → BSC software management .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2. Input the Rack No. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. and CPU No. Figure 11. a box pops up as shown in Figure 11.3-291 Query NE Version Information 2 11.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. A box pops up as shown in Figure Figure 11.. Slot No. Click OK to execute synchronization.3.16 Version Data Synchronized from NE to OMC [Purpose] Synchronize the BSC version data from NE to OMC.3-292 below..3-291 below.3-292 Synchronize Version Data from NE to OMC 1 2. of the proper board and click OK. Upon successful operation the NE version information is displayed as shown in Figure 11.3-293 below. [Prerequisites] Communication between the client and the server is normal. [Procedures] 1. 30 . . After synchronization is completed. Shelf No. In the Software Version Management interface.

11. Download: Download the software packet from OMM server to BTS main control Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11. and double click BTS software management.4-294 below. For detailed information. The operation procedures of the software packet include: Load to database: Load the software packet to OMM system. As shown in Figure 11.3-293 Synchronize Version Data from NE to OMC 2 11.5 SDR Software Installation Flow Take B8200 GU360 for instance. Figure 11.4 Non-SDR Software Version Management In the Software Version Management interface. which is managed and distributed to each board by CC.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. refer to 11.3 BSC Software Version Management. 31 . double click OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → BTS software management. software packet is adopted as SDR software.4-294 BTS Software Version Management The operations on BTS software management are similar to those on BSC software management. Software packet can be downloaded to main control panel CCH.

click View → Software Version Management. the Software Version Management interface is shown in Figure 11.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.7-296.6-295 Software Version Management Interface 11.1 BTS Software Packet Creation 1. click Create → BTS version packet as shown in Figure 11. Expand the Configuration resource tree.6-29511. Figure 11. 11. requiring the BTS to restart and run the standby software. right click SDR version packet management and a short-cut menu pops up. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.6.7.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ panel. 32 .6 SDR Software Version Management Interface Log on to OMM.7 SDR Software Version Management 11. Activate: OMM sends a command to BTS.

7-297 3. a window pops up as shown in Figure 11. Select and open the software packet.7-298. After the loading. software version is generated in the Configuration resource tree as shown in Figure 11. and the loading progress is shown in the system.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 33 . Click OK.7-297.7-296 2.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11. Figure 11. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

Click on the button Figure 11. a window pops up. see Figure 11.7-300. the version properties and software operation toolbar will be displayed on the right column.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11.7-299 5. 34 . Double click on the software version. chick OK to enter the interface as shown in Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.7-298 4.7-299. (download).ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Figure 11.

7-303 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Figure 11.7-300 6. Figure 11. a window pops up. a prompt message will be shown as Figure 11. right click and the short-cut menu pops up.7302.7-302 8. Close the version packet downloading interface. return to version packet property sub-view. Successful value indicates the version packet is downloaded successfully as shown in Figure 11.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. observe the downloading result of the version packet.7-301 7. Click the button (Activate) on the toolbar.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11. Select the BTS to be loaded or updated.7-303. Figure 11.7-301 indicating the downloading command is sent successfully. click version packet to download. click OK to enter the interface as shown in Figure 11. 35 . click version packet operation log interface.

Figure 11. Select the BTS to be activated with its software version.7-305 The site will restart after successful activation. A message indicating the version packet activation command is sent successfully will be shown in the right column as Figure 11.7-304 10.7-304. return to operation log in version packet property sub-view. Close version packet activation window. click to activate the version packet. right click and the short-cut menu pops up.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.7-305. 36 . Figure 11.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 9. where message indicating successful operation will be displayed as Figure 11. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

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11.7.2 Information Query of Software Packet Version
Abstract Query the file information of the software version packet already loaded into the database. Premise   Software version management view is accessed. BTS software packet loaded into database is available.

Procedures: Double click a software version packet in the resource management tree, enter version packet property view, and click the file information of the version packet. Result: The file information of the version packet will be shown in the right columns as Figure 11.7-306.

Figure 11.7-306

11.7.3 Information Query of BTS Active/Standby Software Version
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ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲    The BTS works normally. The connection between BTS and NM server is normal. OMM software version management sub-view has been accessed.

Procedures: 1. Double click SDR software version management node in Configuration Resource Tree to enter the interface as shown in Figure 11.7-307.

Figure 11.7-307

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(Query information), a window pops up; click OK to enter the

interface as shown in Figure 11.7-308.

Figure 11.7-308

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ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Result: The system jumps to software version information page at foreground, where active and standby versions are displayed as shown in Figure 11.7-309.

Figure 11.7-309

Double click a queried message of BTS version, detailed software version information will be shown in Detailed Version Information of a Single NE as Figure 11.7-310.

Figure 11.7-310

11.7.4 BTS Software Version Rollback
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ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Premise    BTS works normally. The connection between BTS and NM server is normal. OMM software version management sub-view has been accessed.

Procedures: 1. Double click the SDR software version management node in the Configuration Resource Tree to enter the interface as shown in Figure 11.7-311

Figure 11.7-311

2. Click the button

(Query information), a window pops up; click OK to

enter the interface as shown in Figure 11.7-312.

Figure 11.7-312

3. Select the BTS to be queried, and click OK. The system jumps to the software version information page at the foreground, where active and standby versions are displayed as Figure 11.7-313. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.
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Figure 11.7-313

4. Select the BTS whose version will be rolled back, right click and the shortcut menu pops up. Click version packet switchover, a prompt window pops up, click OK. Version rollback will cause BTS restart, it will be completely out of service! Result: BTS restarts and loads standby version software. The previous version No. will be displayed in the current active version information when querying according to this subject.

11.7.5 BTS Standby Software Version Activation
Abstract Activate BTS standby software version and make it as active version. Premise    BTS works normally. The connection between BTS and NM server is normal. OMM software version sub-view has been accessed.

Procedures: 1. Double click the SDR software version management node in the Configuration Resource Tree to enter the interface as shown in Figure 11.7-314. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.
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Click the button

(Query information), a window pops up, click OK to enter the

interface as shown in Figure 11.7-315.

Figure 11.7-315

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Select the BTS to be queried, and click OK. The system jumps to the software version information page at the foreground, where active and standby versions are displayed as Figure 11.7-316.

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6 Delete BTS Standby Software Version Abstract To delete the standby software version that is useless in the BTS. right click and the shortcut menu pops up. will be displayed in the current active version information when querying according to this subject.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Standby Version activation will cause BTS restart. 11. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. The connection between BTS and NM server is normal.7-316 4.7-317. OMM software version management sub-view has been accessed. Procedures: 1. Premise    BTS works normally. a prompt window pops up. 7 . Click standby version packet activation. click OK. Select the BTS whose standby version will be activated. it will be completely out of service! Result BTS restarts and loads standby version software. The previous standby version No.7. Double click the SDR software version management node in the Configuration Resource Tree to enter the interface as shown in Figure 11.

7-318 3. Select the BTS to be queried. Figure 11. where active and standby versions are displayed as Figure 11. click OK to enter the interface as shown in Figure 11. 8 . The system jumps to the software version information page at the foreground. a window pops up. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11.7-319. and click OK.7-317 2. Click the button (Query information).7-318.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Select the BTS whose standby version will be deleted. click OK. download result.7-320 Figure 11.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 11. standby version information will not be displayed in the BTS version information as Figure 11. etc. 9 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. right click and the short-cut menu pops up.7-319 4.7-320 11. Result: Standby version packet is deleted successfully.7 Query of Operation Log of Version Packet Abstract Query the operation log of a version packet. Click to delete standby version packet. Premise:  Software version management sub-view has been accessed. a prompt window pops up.7. activating result. including sending download command.

(Query) on the toolbar to enter the interface as shown in Figure 11.7-322 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲  There is BTS software packet loaded in the database. Double click a software version packet in the resource management tree to enter the sub-view of version packet properties. 10 .7-322.7-321. 2.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Set query conditions and click OK. Figure 11.7-321 3. Procedures: 1. Click the button Figure 11. Result: Query result is displayed in the operation log of version packet as shown in Figure 11.

1 and 254 SSN is used to manage the users based on SCCP protocol. as shown in the figure below.1. 0 and 1 are for SCCP management.1 Networking between iBSC & 2G CN (MSC) The networking topology is shown in the figure below. The iBSC A-interface data must be configured as follows: 1. iBSC TC MSC A interface In this case. Configure signaling point of local office The signaling point of local office should be configured. A-interface Interconnection 12.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 12. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Configure Local No.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. iBSC has only one MSC as its adjacent office.7 SSN 0. 2. 1 .1 A-interface Networking Mode 12. and 254 for BSSAP management.

4. Other parameters including SSF. SPC type. Configure the adjacent No. 2 .7 PCM Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Configure No.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 3.7 SSN 0.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. DPC must be consistent with MSC. Configure the adjacent office As shown in the figure below. Office type should be set as MSCSERVER and AM set as AM SURE. 5. 1 and 254.

3 . Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.7 link Designate PCM. Configure the No. and Link code SLC in the figure below. Usually one link set is enough for an adjacent office.7 link set The No. Configure the No.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 6.7 link set consists of several signaling links. SMP module. 7.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. TS.

Configure the No.7 office route Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Office ID is the office of the link set.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 8.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Linkset is the configured link set under the adjacent office.7 route The No. because there is only one MSC as the adjacent office. 4 .7 route specifies the link set to transmit signaling. Configure the No. At most two link sets are available. Office ID should be set as 1. Because there is only one link set. the users only need to select 1 in the Linkset 1 down-drop list. As shown in the figure below. 9.

This function can be enabled/disabled in global resource interface as the following figure: After this function is enabled. In the figure below. FLEXA is a new function in iBSC 6.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 5 . each of which consists of a MSC POOL. information of the operator and MSC office should be set. which indicates one BSC can be connected with multiple MSC.7 office route specifies the route to transmit signaling to an adjacent office.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ The No. At most four routes are available.20. 10. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. only Route 1 is available.

MSC NRI length. Set relevant data in the operator’s information page. . MSC network route ID and MSC load sharing ratio (the information can be queried at CN side. as well as multiple signaling point office direction (the same configuration as that at A interface). MSC ID. 6 . MSC NULL-NRI ID and MSC Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. poll times (self-defined). which is configured the same as CN side).ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Information to be added into MSC office direction information include office direction.

in the principles of separating control and bearing. while MGW controls bearing. the default values should be kept. MSC Server controls services and calls. otherwise the mobile cannot access to the network. otherwise the mobile cannot access to the network.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ CN ID should be queried on CN side.1. The 3G CN networking is as follows: Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Note: Even if FLEX A is not supported on iBSC side. Other parameters are not required to be configured.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. After the introduction of 3GPP R4. 12. which should be configured with the same value. 7 . the MSC CN ID mentioned above should be configured with the same value as CN side.2 Networking between iBSC and 3G CN 3G CN introduces MSCServer and MGW. MSC is composed of MSC Server and MGW.

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OMC

IMS Domain SCP SDP MGCF PSTN SMSC IMMGW Internet HLR/ AUC

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GGSN GMGW Packet Swtich Network Packet Switch Network

Circuit Switch Network

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iBSC
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MGW SS7

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ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Because MSCServer processes with calls and services, iBSC signaling should be sent to MSCServer for processing. In this networking mode, MGW and MSCServer are connected via SS7, and MGW serves as STP (signaling transfer point) to forward iBSC signaling to MSCServer. iBSC A interface should be configured as follows:  iBSC has 2 adjacent offices, namely, MGW and MSCServer. It is associated with MGW and quasi-associated with MSCServer.   iBSC is associated with MGW. The signaling link is configured under MGW. Logically, PCM circuit between iBSC and CN is logically managed by MSCServer. Therefore, N7PCM should be configured under MSCServer.  There is no service link between iBSC and MGW, thus SSF254 (BSSAP) is not required to be configured under MGW.  Two office routes should be configured, one of which to MGW, and the other to MSCServer.

1. Configure Local office. 2. Configure Local No.7 SSN 0, 1 and 254. SSN is used to manage the users based on SCCP protocol. 0 and 1 are for SCCP management, and 254 for BSSAP management. 3. Configure Adjacent office 1. Office type should be set as MGW and AM as AM SURE. Other parameters including SSF, SPC type, DPC should be consistent with CN.

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4. Configure the MGW No.7 SSN 0 and 1.

5. Configure Adjacent office 2. Office type should be set as MSCSERVER and AM as AM QUASI. Other parameters including SSF, SPC type, DPC should be consistent with CN.

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6. Configure the MSCServer No.7 SSN 0, 1 and 254. 7. Configure the MSCServer N7PCM. 8. Configure MGW signaling link set, which consists of several signaling links. Usually one link set is enough for the connection to an adjacent office. 9. Configure the MGW No.7 link. Designate PCM, TS, CMP module, and Link code SLC. 10. Configure the No.7 route. The No.7 route specifies the link set to transmit signaling. At most two link sets are available. Adjacent Office ID refers to the office of the link set. Because the link set is configured under MGW, the office ID of MGW and the link set under MGW should be selected. 11. Configure the No.7 office route to MGW. Select the No.7 route configured in Procedure 10.

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ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 12. Configure the No.7 office route to MSCServer. Select the No.7 route configured in Procedure 10. The data configuration is shown in the following figures:
Local Office Signaling Point

Signaling Sub-System

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12.1.2.2 Networking Mode 2 iBSC is associated with MGW only. CN provides the signaling point for MGW. The networking topology is as follows:

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The transmission between MGW and MSCServer is not controlled by iBSC. This networking mode is widely adopted. MGW and MSCServer can be viewed as a whole. 1. iBSC data configuration is the same as 2G MSC interconnection.2. And because no signaling is transferred to MGW. The networking topology is as follows: er Voic elay MGW MSC Server iBSC A in te r face iBSC has physical connection with both MGW and MSCServer.1.7 PCM. Because 3G CN separates voice processing and bearing. iBSC data configuration is the same as 2G MSC interconnection. and set the NO.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.1 Preparations for Interconnection Make sure the follow work is done before A-interface interconnection: Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. only the signaling is transferred. CN provides the signaling point for MSCServer. 12.3 Networking Mode 3 iBSC is associated with both MGW and MSCServer. Therefore. the signaling link is connected to MSCServer while the voice relay is connected to MGW. the users may consult the CN and set the NO. The only difference is that although the voice trunk circuit to MSCServer is configured as No. the signaling goes through MGW and MSCServer via MC interface.7 PCM number of MGW trunk circuit from 0 (or 1). MGW and MSCServer can be viewed as a whole too. 14 .7 PCM number of MSCServer trunk circuit from large numbers such as 512. In actual operation.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ iBSC A interface MGW MSC Server MC interface In the form of IP (Sigtran).

1. Transmission between iBSC and MSC is normal. Signaling Point Code If the signaling point is unreachable. All boards can run normally. 3-8-3 format) or 24-digit signaling point code  iBSC signaling point: 14-digit signaling point code (decimal.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Installation and debugging of the server is done. 3-8-3 format) or 24-digit signaling point code       PCM number of A interface CIC SS7 link TS (time slot) SLC (SS7 link code) E1 number for SS7 link Link error connection method: usually the basic error correction method  Type of signaling link group: usually the 64K narrowband signaling link group   Frame format of E1 interface SSF (sub-service field) 1. Related data for A-interface interconnection has been obtained from MSC. 2. 3. the data should be adjusted at both sides of A interface and MSC until both configurations are consistent. 4.2 Interconnection Data To guarantee a successful interconnection. Installation and debugging of iBSC has been finished.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 1. the reason is usually improper division of Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 15 . 5.  MSC signaling point: 14-digit signaling point code (decimal.3 Validity Check on Interconnection Data 1. MSC runs normally and the A-interface data configuration is done.

For example. 16 . Every signaling message at the A interface has a signaling point code and it can be viewed by tracked signaling. Type of Signaling Point The type of signaling points should meet the following requirements: in ZXG10 iOMCR. Algorithm: The decimal 18 is the binary 10010. Therefore. Signaling Link Code Usually SLC starts coding from 0 and the signaling TS are usually at TS16. 3-8-3 format. which is 1+38+2 (decimal. The decimal 50 is the binary 110010. However. If MSC adopts the 6-8 format. the decimal number 18-50 corresponds to the binary 00100100110010.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 2. Other division algorithms such as the 6-8 format are not detailed here. However. and 0110010 as a 7-digit binary number. not all the vendors set TS16 as the default MSC signaling TS and the users should pay attention to it. The signaling point code is hexadecimal. Network Type ITU-T CCSS7 has 4 types of NI (network identification): 00 IN (international Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 3. and 0010010 as a 7-digit binary number. The signaling point data given by MSC are usually the data after the division. If the tracked signaling has the testing and maintenance messages on the uplink and downlink signaling network. Therefore. such as the 6-8 format and the 7-7 format. the MSC may give a signaling point 18-50. Pay attention to its difference with BSCV2 decimal 2354 format). 4.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ signaling point. Pay attention to its difference with BSCV2 decimal 4658 format). 3-8-3 format. the signaling point is 2+70+2 (decimal. it indicates BSC and MSC have correct signaling point configurations. MSC is set as 3 (STEP: signaling transfer end point). If MSC adopts the 77 format. The 14-digit signaling point code of BSC is in the decimal 3-83 format. 3-8-3 format). the users should first know how MSC divides the signaling point code to guarantee consistent binary codes at both sides. It is not the decimal number 1850. different vendors may have different division methods. the signaling point is 1+38+2 (decimal. BSC is set as 1 (SEP: signaling end point).

24-digit). 14-digit). Currently. 17 . Non-framing format can be provided for the future. 6. 1 and 254. ZXG10 iBSC extracts clock from the first E1 of SPB. (2) DTB/SPB Transmission Impedance Settings The default transmission impedance of DTB/SPB is 75 ohm. However. respectively representing international network (international active). Subsystem Status Enquiry Query R_N7SSN STATUS bits and make sure all the STATUS bits are 0.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. national network (national active). 8. The SIO (service information octet) SSF contains the 2-bit NI (network identification) of 00/01/10/11. the domestic network types are mostly NIS (national standby. 14-digit). and national standby network. the international field widely uses the 120-ohm wire (twisted pair). 10 NI (national network. But the international network types are mostly NI (national active). 7.7 SSN Configure the local office and adjacent office with the signaling subsystem number 0. 01 INS (international standby network. For the MSC interconnection. 14-digit). DTB/SPB can support multi-frame CRC check format. Clock Sync Extraction Position Currently.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ network. The content of SIO SSF is national active 1000 or national standby 1100. 24-digit) and 11 NIS (national standby network. The subsystem ID bit usually represents a signal Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Configuration of Local NO. If MSC and BSC have different network type configurations. Frame Format of E1 Interface and SPB/DTB Impedance Settings (1) Frame Format of E1 Interface The default frame format is usually the double-frame format. the following signaling message will show repeatedly: Signaling network testing and maintenance message Unknown A message (unknown A-interface message) 5. Inconsistent impedances may cause failed connection at A interface or frequent transient link disconnections. international standby network.

The direction number of the local office is usually set as 0 and that of the adjacent office is set according to the actual data configuration.4 SCN SS7 A-interface Data Configuration This section mainly introduces the A-interface resource configuration of SCN SS7. Other parameters are set by default. 1.7 SSN [Purpose] Create local No.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 1.5-323 below.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ subsystem. Right-click A/Ater interface related config to select Create → Local NO. In Configuration Resource Tree. 10.7 SSN.4. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. [Procedures] 1. 9. as shown in Figure 12. right click OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → Config Set → BSC global resource → A interface related config. Link Error Correction Method Usually the basic error correction method is adopted. Type of Signaling Link Group Usually the 64K narrowband signaling link group is adopted.1 Create Local NO. [Prerequisites] BSC has been created successfully. 18 .7 SSN.

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 12.5-323 Create Local NO. Figure 12.5-324. 19 .5-324 Create Local NO.7 SSN Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.5-18 Parameters of Local NO.7 SSN 1 2.7 SSN as shown in Figure 12.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Click Local NO.7 SSN and then to enter the interface to create local No.7 SSN 2 Table 12.

1 and 254 should be created.1 Create Primary Node for Local Office [Purpose] Create the primary node for local office. 20 . [Procedures] Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. [Prerequisites] BSC has been created successfully.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Character string with the length of 1~40 at most None None Identify the user name Backup Sub-System Office ID Backup Sub-System No.2. For actual configuration. 0~255 None 0 Only when System tag is set to Backup subsystem will this parameter be valid. Integer type: 0~255 None 0 ID of the subsystem. three types of 0.2 Create Local Office 1.7 SSN User label Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Subsystem NO. backup subsystem None Only one subsystem Set the subsystem as only one subsystem or backup subsystem 0 None 0 Only when System tag is set as Backup subsystem will this parameter be valid.4.4.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Parameters of Local NO. Type & Range Unit Default Value Description 1. Type & Range Unit Default Value Description System Tag Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Only one subsystem.

5-326 for related parameters. Refer to Figure 12.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 1.5-325 below. as shown in Figure 12. Click Local Office and a box pops up as shown in Figure 12. Figure 12.5-326 below.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 21 . Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.5-325 Create Local Office 1 2. right click to select OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → Config Set → BSC global resource → A/Ater interface related config → Create → Local office. Input the correct parameters and click OK to complete creation. In Configuration Resource Tree.

CNC. Net 8 None CTCN Select the network type according to the actual conditions Character string with the length of 1~40 at most None None Identify the user name Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. CMCN.5-19 Parameters of Local Office Parameters of Local Office User label Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Network type Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Netapp info Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Net appearance Type & Range Unit Default Value 0~8 None 0 Netapp disabled. CUCN. RLTN.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 12. 22 . NFTN.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Net 7. Netapp enabled None Netapp disabled It refers to whether the network appearance is valid CTCN.5-326 Create Local Office 2 Table 12.

this parameter is invalid. To Description OPC (14 bits)  separate the public SCTP coupling traffic of SG and ASP (applied server program). 0 For China’s GSM network. 24-digit signaling point code is used between MSC and other entities.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Parameters of Local Office If Netapp info is set to Netapp disabled. TUP user support Type & Range Unit Default Value Description ISUP user support Type & Range Unit Default Value Description SCCP user support Type & Range Unit Default Value Yes. . 0. No None No It indicates whether the system supports ISUP user Yes.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.    Description Main signaling zone Sub-signaling zone Signaling point the 3 highest among the 14 signaling points the 8 bits in the middle the 3 lowest bits This parameter should be consulted with other devices. Net appearance is used to recognize SS7 signaling network. 0. No None No Decide if the system supports TUP user Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. No None Yes 23 Yes. Main signaling zone Sub-signaling zone Signaling point 0~7 0~255 0~7 Type & Range Unit Default Value   None 0. 14-bit signaling code is used between MSC and BSC.    Description Main signaling zone Sub-signaling zone Signaling point the 8 highest among the 24 signaling points the 8 bits in the middle the 8 lowest bits This parameter should be consulted with other devices. OPC (24 bits)  Main signaling zone Sub-signaling zone Signaling point 0~255 0~255 0~255 Type & Range Unit Default Value   None 0. 0 For China’s GSM network.

Click and a box pops up as shown in Figure 12.5-327 Create Adjacent Office 1 2.1 Create Primary Node for Adjacent Office [Purpose] Create the primary node for adjacent office. Select Adjacent Office and click .5-328 below.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 24 .4.4. Figure 12. [Procedures] 1.3 Create Adjacent Office 1.5-20 for related parameters. right click OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → Config Set → BSC global resource → A/Ater interface related config → Local office → Create → Adjacent office. Input the correct parameters and click OK to complete creation. as shown in Figure 12. In Configuration Resource Tree.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Parameters of Local Office Description It indicates whether the system supports SCCP user 1. [Prerequisites] BSC and the primary signaling node of local office have been created successfully. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Refer to Table 12.5-327 below.3.

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 12. MSCSERVER.5-328 Create Adjacent Office 2 Table 12. SMLC 25 1~64 None 1 Number the adjacent office Character string with the length of 1~40 at most None None Identify the user name Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. .5-20 Parameters of Adjacent Office Parameters of Adjacent Office User label Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Office ID Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Office type Type & Range MGW.

For example. DOMAIN IP None DOMAIN SCN It indicates the domain type of the adjacent office viewed from the local office. STEP None STEP Configure the type of signaling point Global signaling code. and IP connection is configured Description as DOMAIN IP. TDM/ATM connection is configured as DOMAIN SCN. 0. If it is quasi-associated to the local office via SG and DOMAIN IP signaling point and the local office is DOMAIN SCN signaling point. 0~7 24-digit code range: 0~255. Global backup signaling code.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 0~255. STEP type Type & Range Unit Default Value Description SSF Type & Range Unit Default Value Description DPC Type & Range Unit Default Value   None MGW Mark the type of the adjacent office: MGW office. . SG is configured as DOMAIN IP and quasi-associated DOMAIN SCN signaling point as DOMAIN SCN. SG is configured as DOMAIN SCN and quasi-associated DOMAIN IP signaling point as DOMAIN IP. Backup signaling code None Global signal code The users should select the type according to the network type 14-digit code range: 0~7. 0 26 Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. STP. 0~255 None 0.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Parameters of Adjacent Office Unit Default Value Description Office code Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Domain type Type & Range Unit Default Value DOMAIN SCN. MSCSERVER office or iBSC SMLC office 8-digit decimal integer None 00000000 Number the office SEP. it should be configured according to the actual connection type. Signaling code. If adjacent office is associated to the local office. 0~255. Or if it is quasi-associated to the local office via SG and DOMAIN SCN signaling point and the local office is DOMAIN IP signaling point.

27 . ANSI None CHINA Select protocol type NEED TEST. and for Signal code/Backup signal code.4.3. usually NEED TEST AM SURE.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Parameters of Adjacent Office Configure the signaling point code for the adjacent office. [Procedures] 1. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. which varies with Description AM Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Test ID Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Protocol type Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Band flag Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Yes. AM QUASI. AM NONE None AM SURE It indicates the association mode according to the actual configuration the SSF parameters. it is 14-digit.7 SSN.5-329. In Configuration Resource Tree.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. it is 24-digit. double click the data already configured. [Prerequisites] BSC and the primary signaling nodes of local office and adjacent office have been created successfully.2 Create Adjacent NO. DO NOT NEED TEST None NEED TEST It indicates whether test is needed. No None No It refers to whether broadband is supported CHINA. as shown in Figure 12. 1. For Global signal code/Global backup signal code. ITU. right click OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → Config Set → BSC global resource → A/Ater interface related config.7 SSN [Purpose] Create adjacent No.

5-329 Create Adjacent NO.5-21 for related parameters.7 SSN. Click Adjacent NO. Refer to Table 12. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.7 SSN 1 2.5-330 below. Input the correct parameters and click OK to complete creation. 28 .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 12. and then and a box pops up as shown in Figure 12.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

3 Create NO. Type & Range Unit Default Value Description System tag Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Only one subsystem.7 SSN Parameters of Adjacent NO. 0~255 None 0 Number the subsystem of adjacent office Character string with the length of 1~40 at most None None Identify the user name Backup system office ID Backup subsystem NO.7 SSN 2 Table 12. 29 .7 PCM [Purpose] Create No.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.7 SSN User label Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Subsystem NO.5-21 Parameters of Adjacent NO.5-330 Create Adjacent NO. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Type & Range Unit Default Value Description 1. [Prerequisites] BSC and the primary signaling nodes of local office and adjacent office have been created successfully. Backup subsystem None Only one subsystem Set the subsystem as Only one subsystem or Backup subsystem 0.7 PCM.4. 1 None 0 Only when System tag is set as Backup subsystem can this parameter be valid.3.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 12. 0~255 None 0 Only when System tag is set as Backup subsystem can this parameter be valid.

Input the correct parameters and click OK to complete creation. Figure 12.7 PCM 1 2.5-331 Create NO. unfold OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → Config Set → BSC global resource → A/Ater interface related config.5-22 for related parameters. 30 .7 PCM as shown in Figure 12. and meanwhile select NO.5331. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.5-332 below. Refer to Table 12.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. double click the data already configured. Click and a box pops up as shown in Figure 12.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ [Procedures] 1. In Configuration Resource Tree.

7 PCM Parameters of NO.5-22 Parameters of NO.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 12.7 PCM User label Type & Range Unit Default Value Description N7PCM Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Unit Type & Range Unit Default Value Description PCM Depend on the actual system configuration None Depend on the actual system configuration None 0~1023 None 1 Number No. 31 .7 PCM Character string with the length 40 at most None None Identify the user name Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.7 PCM 2 Table 12.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.5-332 Create NO.

Caution: If the A interface to be configured is for broadband. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.7 link set and hence this section can be ignored during the configuration. it’s unnecessary to create No.5333 below.7 link set. [Prerequisites] BSC and the primary signaling nodes of local office and adjacent office have been created successfully.4 Create NO. In Configuration Resource Tree.7 PCM Type & Range Unit Default Value Description 9~24 None Depend on the actual system configuration None 1. 32 .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Parameters of NO. double click the data already configured. meanwhile select NO. right click OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → Config Set → BSC global resource → A/Ater interface related config.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.7 Link Set [Purpose] Create NO.7 Link set. [Procedures] 1.4. as shown in Figure 12.3.

33 . Refer to Table 12.5-333 Create NO.7 Link Set 1 2. Click and a box pops up as shown in Figure 12. Input the correct parameters and click OK to complete creation.5-334 below.5-23 for related parameters.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 12. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

PCR None Basic This parameter decides the link error calibration method and it should be set in compliance with the operator’s requirements and link transmission delay. the system will stop cyclic retransmission and give priority to new unit transmission. and only one link set is recommended. If there are no new signal units or link units for transmission. cyclic retransmission and correction. Type of signaling link set Type & Range Unit Default Value Description 64 K link group. 2 M link group None 64 K link group Set the type of signaling link set Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.  Characters string with the length of 40 at most None None Identify the user name Link error calibration method Type & Range Unit Default Value Basic: It is a non-compel method of positive/negative acknowledgement.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Generally speaking. There are at most two signalling link sets under one adjacent office.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 12.5-23 Parameter of NO. Basic. 34 .7 Link Set Parameter of NO. the system will automatically resend the signal units that are stored in the retransmission buffer and haven’t got positive acknowledgements.7 Link Set 2 Table 12. that is. retransmission and correction. PCR. Description  PCR (preventive cyclic retransmission): It is a non-compel method of positive acknowledgement. If there are new signal units. and PCR is for delays over 15ms. It can ensure that in normal status the signal units are transferred correctly.5-334 Create NO. Type & Range Unit Default Value Description 1~512 None 1 Number the link set. in sequence and nonrepeatedly and in abnormal status it can control retransmission and make calibrations. Basic error calibration method is adopted for transmission delays less than 15ms.7 Link Set User label Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Signaling link set No.

[Procedures] 1. 35 .7 Link.3.4.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 1.5 Create NO.5335 below.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.7 Link Data [Purpose] Create NO. In Configuration Resource Tree. and meanwhile select NO. [Prerequisites] BSC and the primary signaling nodes of local office and adjacent office have been created successfully. as shown in Figure 12. double click the data already configured.7 link data. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. right click OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → Config Set → BSC global resource → A/Ater interface related config.

36 Character string with the length of 40 at most None None Identify the user name Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. . Input the correct parameters and click OK to complete creation.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 12.7 link 1 2. Figure 12. Click and a box pops up as shown in Figure 12.7 link User label Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Link Type & Range Unit Default Value Description 1~5000 None 1 Number the signalling link.5-24 for related parameters.5-24 Parameters of NO.5-335 Create NO.5-336 Create NO. Every link set can have at most 16 links.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.7 link 2 Table 12.7 link Parameters of NO.5-336 below. Refer to Table 12.

4.7 Route [Purpose] Create NO.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.4.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Parameters of NO. Link info Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Link is not self-loop. Link is self-loop None Link is not self-loop Set if the link is self-loop Depend on the actual system configuration None Depend on the actual system configuration Mark the SMP module number of the signalling link 1 ~ 31 None 1 Configure TS according to actual conditions Depend on the actual system configuration None Depend on the actual system configuration None Depend on the actual system configuration None Depend on the actual system configuration None 1. Currently one office can be configured with at Description most 16 links whose SLCs should be different.4. 37 .1 Create NO.7 route. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. No matter if the 16 links belong to the same link or two links.7 link Unit Type & Range Unit Default Value Description PCM Type & Range Unit Default Value Description TS Type & Range Unit Default Value Description SMP module Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Link code SLC Type & Range Unit Default Value 0~15 None 0 Configure the link code.4 Create Route 1. they should meet the above requirement.

right click OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → Config Set → BSC global resource → A/Ater interface related config.5-337 Create NO. In Configuration Resource Tree.7 route. Figure 12. Refer to Table 12. 38 .7 Route 1 1. meanwhile select NO. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. [Procedures] 1. Input the correct parameters and click OK to complete creation.5-337 below. Click and a box pops up as shown in Figure 12.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ [Prerequisites] BSC and the primary signaling nodes of local office have been created successfully.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.5-25 for related parameters. double click the data already configured.5-338 below. as shown in Figure 12.

7 Route User label Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Route Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Office ID Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Linkset 1 Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Linkset 2 Type & Range Unit 0~1 None 0~1 None 0 0 indicates there is no Linkset 1.7 Route 2 Table 12.5-25 Parameters of NO.5-338 Create NO. Comply with the office ID during the adjacent office configuration None Comply with the office ID during the adjacent office configuration Select from the configured adjacent office IDs 1~1000 None 1 Number the signaling route Character string with the length of 40 at most None None Identify the user name Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 39 .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 12.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.7 Route Parameters of NO.

as shown in Figure 12. right click OMC → GERAN subnet → BSC managed element → Config Set → BSC global resource → A/Ater interface related config.5-339 below.7 Route Default Value Description 0 0 indicates there is no Linkset2. SLS_bit3. meanwhile select NO.4.4.7 office config. 40 . SLS_bit2. SLS_bit0~1. [Prerequisites] BSC and the primary signaling nodes of local office have been created successfully.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Parameters of NO. None Random Depend on actual configuration SLS_bit0.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. [Procedures] 1. Random. In Configuration Resource Tree.7 Office Route [Purpose] Create No. SLS_bit2~3 1. double click the data already configured. Link arrangement mode Type & Range Unit Default Value Description SLS_bit1~2. SLS_bit1.7 office route.2 Create NO.

41 .5-339 Create NO.5-26 for related parameters.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 12.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. Click and a box pops up as shown in Figure 12.5-340 below. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Refer to Table 12. Input the correct parameters and click OK to complete creation.7 Office Route 1 2.

Depend on the actual configuration None 0 It is the number of normal route. 0 indicates invalid route or there is no such a route. 42 . 0 indicates invalid route or there is no such a route.7 Office User label Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Office ID Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Route 1 Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Route 2 Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Route 3 Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Route 4 Type & Range Unit Default Value Description Depend on the actual configuration None 0 It is the number of Alternative Route 3. 0 indicates invalid route or there is no such a route.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 12. 0 indicates invalid route or there is no such a route.7 Office Route 2 Table 12. Depend on the actual configuration None 0 It is the number of Alternative Route 2. Depend on the actual configuration None 0 It is the number of Alternative Route 1.5-26 Parameters of NO.7 Office Parameters of NO. Depend on the actual configuration None Select from drop-down list Number the office Character string with the length of 40 at most None None Identify the user name Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.5-340 Create NO.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

5.3 Observe Background Alarm Access the main interface of the client and select Faulty Management → Management View.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 43 . 1.5.2 Erlang/Link. Observe the SPB indicator If it flashes quickly. If it flashes slowly. it indicates the signaling is normal. And the outgoing signaling load of CCSS7 link is smaller than 0. 2. Query iBSC alarms for unreachable signaling points or SS7 L3 alarms.7 Erlang/CIC Timeslot. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. Check if there is PCM alarm in DTB and SPB. it indicates the DTB can receive MSC signals.5 Check after Interconnection 1. and select A interface and the SS7 link to be tracked.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 1. The incoming signaling load of CCSS7 link is smaller than 0.5. 1. Observe the DTB indicator If the E1 indicator flashes quickly.2 Erlang/Link. which are connected to the A interface. 2.2 Observe Foreground Board Status 1.1 Check Signaling and Traffic Load Traffic load of speech TCH at A interface is smaller than 0.4 Observe by Signalling Tracking Access the signalling tracking interface of the client. Locate the disconnected transmission by link-by-link self-loop. check if the SS7 data configuration is consistent with that of MSC.5. open the configuration box. the transmission should be checked. it means signaling at the two ends has problems and needs further check. If the E1 indicator doesn’t flash. 1. If there are. 1.

1 2 3 4 Item State of foreground boards Background alarms Observation of signaling tracking Observation of dynamic data management Result OK OK OK OK NOK NOK NOK NOK Data Record Remark Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION. 1. the call test should be made on each link and every CIC TS.5. 1. observe PCM/TS status and make operation and maintenance. please refer to ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 44 .6 Test A Interface For A-interface test.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 1.20) Commissioning Test Record.7 Checklist for A-interface Interconnection No. For detailed information.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Test Guide and ZXG10 iBSC (V6.5.5 Observe via Dynamic Data Management Click View → Dynamic Data Management and select the corresponding BSC dynamic data management to configure PCM.5.

the users may refer to ZXG10 iBSC (V6. For detailed information.20) Test Guide and ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 1 . software version test.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Commissioning After iBSC commissioning.20) Commissioning Test Record. OMCR function test. handover test and new function test. Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. basic function/performance tests should be conducted on iBSC and iOMCR. The tests include iBSC hardware test. call service test.

2 .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Appendix A Abbreviations Abbreviations A AC AGCH AUC B BCH BCCH iBSC BSC BSIC BSS BSSGP BTS BVC BVCI C CBCH CCCH CEPT CGF C/I CM CS-i D DTB E ECSD EDGE EGPRS EIR ETSI F FACCH FCCH FDMA G Fast Associated Control Channel Frequency Correction Channel Frequency Division Multiple Access Enhanced Circuit Switched Data Enhanced Data Rates For GSM Evolution Enhanced GPRS Equipment Identity Register European Telecommunications Standards Institute Digital Trunk Board Cell Broadcast Channel Common Control Channel Conference of European Posts and Telecommunications Charging Gateway Function Carrier-To-Interference Ratio Connection Management Coding Scheme (GPRS) Broadcast Channel Broadcast Control Channel Base Station Controller Base Station Controller Base Station Identity Code Base Station Subsystem BSS GPRS Protocol Base Transceiver Station BSSGP Virtual Connection BSSGP Virtual Connection Identifier Address Control Access Grant Channel Authentication Center Full Name Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

3 .20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Abbreviations GGSN GMSC GMSK GPRS GSM GTP H HLR HSCSD I IMSI IP IR ISDN ISUP IWF L LA LLC LQC M MAC MAP MCS MGW MM MS MSC MTP N NE NMS NSEI NSS NSVCI O OMP OMS OSI P Operation & Maintenance Processor board Operation and Maintenance Subsystem Open System Interconnect Network Element Network Management System Network Service Entity Identifier Network Switching Subsystem Network Service Virtual Connection Identifier Medium Access Control Mobile Application Protocol Modulation and Coding Scheme (EDGE) Media GateWay Mobile Management Mobile Station Mobile Switching Center Message Transfer Part Link Adaptation Logic Link Control Link Quality Control Inter-Working Function International Mobile Subscriber Identity Internet Protocol Incremental Redundancy Integrated Services Digital Network HOME Location Register High-Speed Circuit Switched Data Gateway MSC Gaussian Minimum Shift Keying General Packet Radio Service Global System for Mobile Communication GPRS Tunnel Protocol Full Name Gateway GPRS Support Node Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

4 .ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Abbreviations PACCH PAGCH PBCCH PCCCH PCH PCM PCU PDN PDP PDTCH PLMN PNCH PPCH PRACH PSTN PTCCH Q QoS R RACH RAID RAN RLC RPE-LTP RRM S SACCH SCCP SCH SDCCH SGSN SIM SMC SNDCP SNMP SPB SS7 SSF STP T Slow Associated Control Channel Signaling Connection Control Part Synchronization Channel Standalone Dedicated Control Channel Serving GPRS Support Node Subscriber Identity Module Short Message Center Subnetwork Dependent Convergence Protocol Simple Network Management Protocol Signaling Process Board Signaling System 7 Sub-Service Field Signaling Transfer Point Random Access Channel Redundant Array of Independent Disk Radio Access Network Radio Link Control Regular Pulse Excitation-Long Term Prediction Radio Resources Management Quality of Service Full Name Packet Associated Control CHannel Packet Access Grant CHannel Packet Broadcast Control CHannel Packet Common Control CHannel Paging Channel Pulse Code Modulation Packet Control Units Public Data Networks Packet Data Protocol Packet Data Traffic Channel Public Land Mobile Network Packet Notification Channel Packet Paging Channel Packet Random Access Channel Public Switched Telephone Network Packet Timing advance Control Channel Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.

20) Engineering Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Abbreviations TACS TAI TBF TCH TDMA TLLI TMSI TRAU U USF V VLR VPN 8-PSK Visitor Location Register Virtual Private Network 8 Phase Shift Keying Uplink State Flag Timing Advance Index Temporary Block Flow Traffic Channel Time Division Multiple Access Temporary Logical Link Identity Temporary Mobile Subscriber Identity Transcoding and Rate Adaptation Unit Full Name Total Access Communication System Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION.ZXG10 iBSC (V6. 5 .

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