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Operation and Maintenance of M2000 Client

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 Developed independently by Huawei

Technologies Co., Ltd, the iManager M2000 functions as EMS in the Huawei wireless network solution. The M2000 can access a whole series of products developed by Huawei and perform centralized management on them.
 This slide introduces the basic operations of on

the M2000 client.

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Chapter 1 Logging In to the M2000 Client Chapter 2 Network Monitoring Chapter 3 Topology Management Chapter 4 Security Management Chapter 5 Log Management

Chapter 6 Fault Management
Chapter 7 Performance Management Chapter 8 Software Management Chapter 9 Data Management

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Logging In to the M2000 Client
Logging in to the M2000 server Logging out Exiting Upgrading the software on the client Automatically The diagram on the left lists some basic operations involved in M2000 client login.

Logging In to the M2000

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Logging In to the M2000 Server
To log in to the M2000 server, choose Start  All programs  iManager M2000 client  M2000 client.

Type the user name and password in the corresponding fields. Type the IP address of the M2000 server.

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All rights reserved Page 6 .. LTD.Logging In to the M2000 Server |Main interface of the M2000 client| Menu bar Tool bar Information display Status bar HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.

Log Out Off the M2000 Client To log out off the M2000 client. Note: Logging out off the M2000 client does not mean the applications running on the M2000 client are terminated. All rights reserved Page 7 . HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.. LTD. choose System > Logout.

All rights reserved Page 8 .. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. choose System  Exit. Note: Exiting the M2000 client means the applications running on the M2000 client are terminated. LTD.Exiting To exit the M2000 client.

perform the following steps: Step 1: Start the M2000 client. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. the Confirmation dialog box is displayed. click Yes. Step 2: Log in to the M2000 server.Upgrading the Software on the M2000 Client Automatically To upgrade the software on the M2000 client automatically. LTD. After you log in to the M2000 server.. All rights reserved Page 9 .

Upgrading the Software on the M2000 Client Automatically Step 3: In the displayed Update Wizard dialog box. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD. click Continue.. All rights reserved Page 10 .

Chapter 1 Logging In to the M2000 Client Chapter 2 Network Monitoring Chapter 3 Topology Management Chapter 4 Security Management Chapter 5 Log Management Chapter 6 Fault Management Chapter 7 Performance Management Chapter 8 Software Management Chapter 9 Data Management HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD. All rights reserved Page 11 ..

database. LTD. the monitoring management monitors the status of hard disk.. or services.Overview of the M2000 Network Monitoring  The M2000 network monitoring monitors the operational status of the M2000. All rights reserved Page 12 . For instance. session. The M2000 monitoring management involves the following operations:  Setting the server threshold  Monitoring the performance status of the server  Monitoring the hard disk status of the server  Monitoring the database status of the server  Monitoring the database serving status  Monitoring the process status of the server HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.

Setting the Server Threshold Step 1: Set the hard disk threshold. All rights reserved Page 13 . HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.. LTD.

Setting the Server Threshold Step 2: Set the database threshold.. All rights reserved Page 14 . HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD.

All rights reserved Page 15 . LTD..Monitoring the Performance Status of the Server HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.

All rights reserved Page 16 .Chapter 1 Logging In to the M2000 Client Chapter 2 Network Monitoring Chapter 3 Topology Management Chapter 4 Security Management Chapter 5 Log Management Chapter 6 Fault Management Chapter 7 Performance Management Chapter 8 Software Management Chapter 9 Data Management HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.. LTD.

 Creating physical subnets  Creating physical NEs  Monitoring NEs  Printing the topology view HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD. the networking topology and the operational status of the entire network are displayed clearly. All rights reserved Page 17 . In this way..Topology Management  The topology management is used for constructing and managing the topology structure of the entire network.

perform the following steps: Step 1: Right-click the topology view and choose Create Physical Subnet from the shortcut menu.. All rights reserved Page 18 .Creating Physical Subnets To create physical subnets. LTD. Create physical subnets Create topological objects Set background HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.

.Creating Physical Subnets Step 2: Set the physical subnet HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. All rights reserved Page 19 . LTD.

Creating Physical NEs • Create a single physical NE. All rights reserved Page 20 .. LTD. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.

.Monitoring NEs • Monitor the NE status. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. All rights reserved Page 21 . LTD.

LTD. All rights reserved Page 22 .Printing the topology view HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO..

. All rights reserved Page 23 . LTD.Chapter 1 Logging In to the M2000 Client Chapter 2 Network Monitoring Chapter 3 Topology Management Chapter 4 Security Management Chapter 5 Log Management Chapter 6 Fault Management Chapter 7 Performance Management Chapter 8 Software Management Chapter 9 Data Management HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.

. All rights reserved Page 24 . LTD.M2000 Security Management  The M2000 security management involves the following operations:  Configuring the security management  Monitors OM users Sessions HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.

All rights reserved Page 25 . LTD..Interface of Security Management HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.

All rights reserved Page 26 . click Refresh to refresh the session monitor table. LTD..Monitoring Users Sessions Monitor the OM Users. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. Monitor the operations of OM users who are now in session status. When the M2000 server restarts or the network is disconnected and restored.

All rights reserved Page 27 .. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD.Monitoring Users Sessions Force OM users to exit the M2000.

If the times that a user enters wrong password at a time exceeds the maximum attempts.. Right-click the user and choose Unlock User from the shortcut menu to unlock the user.Monitoring Users Sessions Unlocking OM users. the OM user is locked for a period. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD. All rights reserved Page 28 .

. All rights reserved Page 29 .Chapter 1 Logging In to the M2000 Client Chapter 2 Network Monitoring Chapter 3 Topology Management Chapter 4 Security Management Chapter 5 Log Management Chapter 6 Fault Management Chapter 7 Performance Management Chapter 8 Software Management Chapter 9 Data Management HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD.

LTD. topology management. log dumping. NE failures. modifying the NE user rights. and log exporting and deletion Such as fault running errors.. and adding NE users Operation log Types of logs NE security log HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. including logout. and resource management NE operation log such as logging in to the LMT. performance management. login. Security log such as fault management. and device log synchronization. etc NE configurations activity the user performs on the M2000. System log NE System log record the important operations performed by the NE users.M2000 Log Management  Types of logs Such as the service start and stop. All rights reserved Page 30 .

LTD.. All rights reserved Page 31 .M2000 Log Management Operations involved in the M2000 log management are as follows:  Querying logs  logs statistics  Managing log templates HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.

. LTD. All rights reserved Page 32 .Querying Logs HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.

LTD..Logs Statistics HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. All rights reserved Page 33 .

All rights reserved Page 34 .. LTD.Managing Log Templates HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.

LTD. All rights reserved Page 35 .Chapter 1 Logging In to the M2000 Client Chapter 2 Network Monitoring Chapter 3 Topology Management Chapter 4 Security Management Chapter 5 Log Management Chapter 6 Fault Management Chapter 7 Performance Management Chapter 8 Software Management Chapter 9 Data Management HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO..

M2000 Fault Management  Function: The M2000 reports. the M2000 notifies the maintenance personnel of device alarms by short message or email at the time when the alarm is generated. LTD. In addition. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. The M2000 collects NE alarms to the M2000. All rights reserved Page 36 . and analyzes NE alarms in a centralized manner. the M2000 can perform centralized analysis and processing on the device alarms generated in the current network.     Manual restore Filtering Severity redefinition Alarm relevance In this way.. manages.  Operations: The following operations and analysis can be performed on NE alarms at the M2000 side.

Corrective measures should be taken immediately. All rights reserved Page 37 .  Warning Alarms can be related to the following items: Indicates that the quality of the device or the resource may probably be affected. LTD.. Alarm type HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.  Fault alarm Refers to the notification generated when the system detects the faults occurred. Power supply system Environment system Signaling system Hardware system Software system Operating system Service quality Fault handling Internal alarm Alarm category  Event alarm Refers to the notification generated when the system detects the events occurred.M2000 Fault Management Alarm severity  Critical Indicates that the device or the resource cannot be used completely and needs to be restored immediately.  Major Fault Management Indicates that the quality of the device or the resource is severely damaged.  Minor Indicates that the quality of the device or the resource is slightly affected.

All rights reserved Page 38 . LTD..Operations Involved in the M2000 Fault Management HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.

. All rights reserved Page 39 .Subscriber Informations Monitoring Monitor  Signaling Trace Collection – select subscriber information monitoring HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD.

LTD.Chapter 1 Logging In to the M2000 Client Chapter 2 Network Monitoring Chapter 3 Topology Management Chapter 4 Security Management Chapter 5 Log Management Chapter 6 Fault Management Chapter 7 Performance Management Chapter 8 Software Management Chapter 9 Data Management HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. All rights reserved Page 40 ..

Performance Management  Measurement is a process during which the value of an attribute for an NE entity (including logical entity) in a period is acquired. System counters are categorized into common counters and extended counters. Before performing any measurement on extended counters. The principle for customizing counters is to perform arithmetic operations on the default counters. the extended counters are in the nonmeasurement state. . HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. custom counters are self-defined. . in the system. including common counters and extended counters. You can enable or disable the measurement on extended counters. In this way.  Custom counters: refers to the counters that are defined on the M2000 client by users. you need to activate them first. the common counters are in the measurement state. The measurement can be cancelled.  Category of performance measurement counters  System counters: a kind of a default counter defined in the NE.Common counters: By default. LTD.Extended counters: By default.. All rights reserved Page 41 .

Only some of the NEs support the real-time measurement. The following measurement periods are available: 5 minutes.Performance Measurement Periods The measurement periods vary according to the measurement objects. Caution: The measurement periods for all the NEs of the same type must be same.. 15 minutes. LTD. 60 minutes. Note that the measurement whose periods are 5 minutes or 15 minutes are called real-time measurement. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. All rights reserved Page 42 . 30 minutes. or 24 hours. or short-period measurement.

LTD. All rights reserved Page 43 . Performance counter threshold can be set in either of the following windows:  Threshold Management window  Performance Monitor window  If the value of a counter exceed this threshold. For the same counter. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. or for one or more objects. These thresholds can be set for all objects of a measurement type.. you can set alarm thresholds for various time phases.Performance Measurement Results and Counter Threshold  Performance measurement results refer to the values of measurement counters of NE measurement objects. or set an alarm threshold for all time periods in each measurement period. the threshold alarm is generated.

This is represented by the parameter capacityControlTime. 60 minutes. All rights reserved Page 44 .xml. or 1 day on a fixed time 03:25 a.Results of Performance Measurement Statistics  The maximum saving days for the results whose measurement period is 5 minutes or 15 minutes are 7 and represented by the parameter maxRTResultSavingDay. The M2000 checks the results whose period is 5 minutes or 15 minutes on a fixed time 04:35 a. each day.     HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.. each day. This is represented by the parameter capacityControlTime + 70 minutes. The M2000 deletes the data saved for over 30 days. The parameters described previously are described in the file /export/home/omc/var/etc/conf/pmsvc. or 1 day are 30 and represented by the parameter maxResultSavingDay.m. 60 minutes. The M2000 checks the results whose period is 30 minutes. LTD.m. The M2000 deletes the data saved for over 7 days. The maximum saving days for the results whose measurement period is 30 minutes.

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.Measurement Settings Open the Measurement Settings window.. All rights reserved Page 45 . LTD.

All rights reserved Page 46 .Setting Measurement Refences Counter Select site Active Counter HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD..

All rights reserved Page 47 .Query Result Measurement HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.. LTD.

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Chapter 1 Logging In to the M2000 Client Chapter 2 Network Monitoring Chapter 3 Topology Management Chapter 4 Security Management Chapter 5 Log Management Chapter 6 Fault Management Chapter 7 Performance Management Chapter 8 Software Management Chapter 9 Data Management HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD.. All rights reserved Page 49 .

.Software Management  The software management involves the following operations:  Upload software  Upgrading NE software  Querying Version Information on Software Installed on the Server HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. All rights reserved Page 50 . LTD.

Upload Software Software  software browser  Transfer  from Client to NM  Select software folder in computer/notebook client HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.. LTD. All rights reserved Page 51 .

All rights reserved Page 52 .. LTD.Upgrading NE software Software  software browser  Select software in M2000 List client  Transfer  from NM to NE HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.

. LTD.Chapter 1 Logging In to the M2000 Client Chapter 2 Network Monitoring Chapter 3 Topology Management Chapter 4 Security Management Chapter 5 Log Management Chapter 6 Fault Management Chapter 7 Performance Management Chapter 8 Software Management Chapter 9 Data Management HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. All rights reserved Page 53 .

The incremental backup is on the basis of previous backup data that can be a full backup or an incremental backup.Overview of Data Management: Backing Up NM Data   You can back up the NM data in two ways: periodic backup and manual backup. LTD.  Each time when an incremental backup is performed. the M2000 removes all the previous files related to full backup and incremental backup on the server and saves one and only the latest compressed full backup file. such as.  The NM data to be backed up refers to the data contained the following files:  /export/home/omc/var/  /export/home/sysm/  The backup files of the NM data are saved in the directory of /export/home/backup/omc/ on the M2000 server.gz. all-20060106103055.gz.tar. a new backup file is generated.tar. inc-20060106103055. The file of an incremental backup is named in the following way: inccurrent time. such as. The following gives the difference between the full backup and the incremental backup:  Each time when a full backup is performed.. All rights reserved Page 54 . HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. The file of full backup is named in the following way: all-current time. You can back up the NM data through the full backup and the incremental backup.

All rights reserved Page 55 . When more than seven backup files are generated for an NE. Take the RNC for example. The system can generate one backup file after you perform the backup task once.Overview of Data Management: Backing Up NE Data  NE data backup: The data management provided by the M2000 enables you to back up the configuration files of all NEs managed by the M2000 and the files that change dynamically during the operation. the M2000 server refreshes the backup file list. LTD. the M2000 server stores only the latest seven backup files for this NE.  HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. At present..  The backup files of NE data are saved to the path: M2000 server/export/home/sysm/ftproot/NE type. You can back up the NE data in two ways: the periodic backup and the manual backup. the M2000 server can store up to seven backup files for each NE. Meanwhile. /data type/NE FDN.  The maximum number of NE backup files stored on the server is determined by the M2000 configuration file.

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