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IP RAN
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1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................1-1
1.1 Scope ............................................................................................................................................ 1-1 1.2 Intended Audience ........................................................................................................................ 1-1 1.3 Change History.............................................................................................................................. 1-1

2 Overview of IP RAN ..................................................................................................................2-1 3 Protocol Stacks .........................................................................................................................3-1


3.1 Overview ....................................................................................................................................... 3-1 3.2 Iub over IP ..................................................................................................................................... 3-1 3.2.1 Protocol Stack....................................................................................................................... 3-1 3.2.2 Transport Mode Configuration.............................................................................................. 3-2 3.2.3 SCTP Link Configuration ...................................................................................................... 3-2 3.2.4 IP Path Configuration ........................................................................................................... 3-4 3.2.5 OM Channel Configuration................................................................................................... 3-5 3.2.6 Other Data Configuration...................................................................................................... 3-7 3.3 Iub over IP&ATM ........................................................................................................................... 3-7 3.3.1 Protocol Stack....................................................................................................................... 3-7 3.3.2 Trasnport Mode Configuration.............................................................................................. 3-9 3.3.3 Control Plane Link Configuration........................................................................................ 3-10 3.3.4 User Plane Path Configuration........................................................................................... 3-10 3.3.5 OM Channel Configuration................................................................................................. 3-11 3.3.6 Other Data Configuration.................................................................................................... 3-11 3.4 Iu-CS over IP............................................................................................................................... 3-11 3.4.1 Protocol Stack..................................................................................................................... 3-11 3.4.2 Transport Mode Configuration............................................................................................ 3-12 3.4.3 SCTP Link Configuration .................................................................................................... 3-12 3.4.4 IP Path Configuration ......................................................................................................... 3-13 3.4.5 Other Data Configuration.................................................................................................... 3-13 3.5 Iu-PS over IP ............................................................................................................................... 3-13 3.5.1 Protocol Stack..................................................................................................................... 3-13 3.5.2 Transport Mode Configuration............................................................................................ 3-14 3.5.3 SCTP Link Configuration .................................................................................................... 3-14 3.5.4 IP Path Configuration ......................................................................................................... 3-14 3.5.5 Other Data Configuration.................................................................................................... 3-14 3.6 Iur over IP.................................................................................................................................... 3-14 3.6.1 Protocol Stack..................................................................................................................... 3-14 3.6.2 Transport Mode Configuration............................................................................................ 3-15 3.6.3 SCTP Link Configuration .................................................................................................... 3-15 3.6.4 IP Path Configuration ......................................................................................................... 3-15 3.6.5 Other Data Configuration.................................................................................................... 3-16 Issue 01 (2010-03-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd iii

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4 IP RAN Networking...................................................................................................................4-1
4.1 Overview ....................................................................................................................................... 4-1 4.2 Iub Interface Networking ............................................................................................................... 4-1 4.2.1 Iub over IP Networking ......................................................................................................... 4-1 4.2.2 Iub over IP&ATM Networking ............................................................................................... 4-4 4.3 Iu/Iur Interface Networking ............................................................................................................ 4-5

5 Parameters .................................................................................................................................5-1 6 Counters......................................................................................................................................6-1 7 Glossary ......................................................................................................................................7-1 8 Reference Documents .............................................................................................................8-1

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1 Introduction

1 Introduction
1.1 Scope
This document describes the IP Radio Access Network (RAN) feature. It covers the protocol stacks and the networking over the terrestrial interfaces of RAN. Before reading this document, you are advised to read the following documents: IP Transport Architecture Description: to learn about the IP transport architecture overview, IP protocols, IP transmission efficiency improvement, IP reliability improvement, IP fault detection, and so on. BSC6900 UMTS Initial Configuration Guide and NodeB Initial Configuration Guide: to learn about the data configuration procedures of the Iub, Iur, Iu interfaces Other relevant documents are as follows: BSC6900 UMTS Hardware Description: to learn about the functions, specifications, and panels of the RNC interface boards NodeB Hardware Description: to learn about the functions, specifications, and panels of the NodeB interface boards

1.2 Intended Audience


This document is intended for: Personnel who are familiar with WCDMA basics Personnel who need to understand IP RAN Personnel who work with Huawei products Personnel who configure the WCDMA RAN transport network

1.3 Change History


This section provides information on the changes in different document versions. There are two types of changes, which are defined as follows: Feature change: refers to the change in the IP RAN feature. Editorial change: refers to the change in wording or the addition of the information that was not described in the earlier version.

Document Issues
The document issues are as follows: 01 (2010-03-30) Draft (2009-12-05)

01 (2010-03-30)
This is the document for the first commercial release of RAN12.0. Compared with issue Draft (2010-03-30) of RAN12.0, this issue optimizes the description.

Draft (2009-12-05)
This is the draft of the document for RAN12.0.

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Compared with issue 02 (2009-06-30) of RAN11.0, this issue incorporates the changes described in the following table. Change Type Feature change Change Description The OM IP address of the BTS3900, BTS3900A, and DBS3900 can be the same as either the control plane IP address or the user plane IP address. Parameter Change The added parameter is as follows: MUXTYPE The deleted parameter is as follows:

FPMUXSWITCH Two new IP interfaces boards, FG2c and The following parameters change: GOUc, are added. The command ADD IPMUX is added, and some parameters are moved from ADD IPPATH to ADD IPMUX. The command ADD CNNODE is renamed ADD UCNNODE. Editorial change In this release, the IP RAN parameter description is split into two documents. Some technical aspects of IP RAN are described in a new document named IP Transport Architecture Description. None. GATEWAY in STR IPCHK is renamed PEERIP. Value range of MODE changes

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2 Overview of IP RAN

2 Overview of IP RAN
IP RAN is a feature based on which the Radio Access Network (RAN) can use the IP transport network as the data bearers over the Iub, Iur, and Iu interfaces. IP RAN brings the following advantages: IP transport features high bandwidth and low cost, thus easily meeting the requirements of data services for high bandwidth and enabling operators to introduce new services as required. IP transport enables operators to utilize the existing IP-based networks flexibly, thus reducing the costs of network deployment and maintenance. IP transport keeps pace with the evolution towards all-IP, thus reducing the network evolution cost. With the application of the multi-mode base station controller, IP-based common transport can be implemented on the GSM and UMTS interfaces.

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3 Protocol Stacks
3.1 Overview
RAN uses IP transport to carry upper-layer data over the following terrestrial interfaces: Iub interface Iu-CS interface Iu-PS interface Iur interface Here, the Iub interface supports two transport modes: Iub over IP and Iub over IP&ATM. This section describes the protocol stacks of the preceding interfaces and the relevant parameter settings.

3.2 Iub over IP


The Iub interface connects the RNC and the NodeB. When the Iub over IP protocol stack is used, the data in the control and user planes of the Iub interface is transported over IP (WRFD-050402 IP Transmission Introduction on Iub Interface).

3.2.1 Protocol Stack


Figure 3-1 shows the Iub over IP protocol stack. Figure 3-1 Iub over IP protocol stack

Control plane

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The application protocol for the control plane of the Iub interface is the NodeB Application Part (NBAP). NBAP is responsible for the transport of control plane messages between the NodeB and the controlling RNC (CRNC) at the radio network layer. When Iub over IP is used, NBAP is carried on the Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) link. User plane The application protocols for the user plane of the Iub interface are a series of frame protocols: DCH FP, RACH FP, FACH FP, PCH FP, HS-DSCH FP, and E-DCH FP. These protocols are responsible for the transport of data and control frames between the NodeB and the CRNC. These frames contain Uu interface user data and user-related control data. When Iub over IP is used, the user plane data on the Iub interface is carried on the IP path. The data link layer of Iub over IP supports the following transport modes: IP over E1/T1, IP over E1/T1 over SDH, IP over SDH, and IP over Ethernet.

3.2.2 Transport Mode Configuration


To enable Iub over IP, set the following parameters on the RNC side: The TnlBearerType parameter is set to IP_TRANS or HYBRID_IP_TRANS. If the TnlBearerType parameter is set to HYBRID_IP_TRANS, the IPTRANSAPARTIND parameter must be set to SUPPORT or NOT_SUPPORT to specify whether to support hybrid IP transport. The NODET parameter is set to IUB. The TRANST parameter is set to IP. You also need to set the Bearing Mode (MODE) parameter to IPV4 on the NodeB side if E1/T1 is used for transport at the physical layer.

3.2.3 SCTP Link Configuration


The Iub control plane has two types of control ports: NodeB control port (NCP) and communication control port (CCP). The NCP and CCP carry different types of Iub interface signaling messages, as listed in Table 3-1. Table 3-1 Description of the NCP and CCP Port NCP CCP Description Carries common process messages of NBAP over the Iub interface Carries dedicated process messages of NBAP over the Iub interface Quantity One Iub interface has only one NCP. One Iub interface may have multiple CCPs. The number of CCPs depends on the network planning.

When Iub over IP is used, the NCP and CCP are carried on different SCTP links. An SCTP link is jointly specified by the local SCTP port No., local IP address, peer SCTP port No., and peer IP address.

SCTP Link Configuration on the RNC Side


The parameters for establishing an SCTP link on the RNC side are as follows: MODE: When Iub over IP is used, the MODE parameter on the RNC side must be set to SERVER.

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LOCIP1: When SCTP multi-homing is not used, this parameter specifies the IP address of the SCTP link on the RNC side. When SCTP multi-homing is used, this parameter and PEERIP1 determine the main path of the SCTP link. LOCIP2: This parameter specifies the second IP address of the SCTP link on the RNC side. This parameter is set only when SCTP multi-homing is used. LOCPN: This parameter specifies the local port number only when the RNC functions as the client. For the SCTP link on the Iub interface, the RNC functions as the server and thus this parameter need not be set. For the SCTP link on the Iu interface, generally the RNC functions as the client and the CN node functions as the server. NBAPSRVPN: This parameter specifies the local port number when the RNC functions as the server. The RNC uses the NBAP service listening port to listen to the requests from the NodeB for establishing the SCTP link. Note that the PEERPORT parameter for the SCTP link on the NodeB side should be set to the same value as the NBAPSRVPN parameter on the RNC side. PEERIP1: When SCTP multi-homing is not used, this parameter specifies the peer (that is, NodeB) IP address of the SCTP link. When SCTP multi-homing is used, this parameter and LOCIP1 determine the main path of the SCTP link. PEERIP2: This parameter specifies the second peer IP address of the SCTP link. This parameter is set only when SCTP multi-homing is used. PEERPN: This parameter specifies the peer port number of the SCTP link. DSCP: This parameter specifies the priority of a signaling message. The default value is 48. It is recommended that the default value be used. CROSSIPFLAG: This parameter specifies whether the cross paths of the SCTP link is available. This parameter is set only when SCTP multi-homing is used.
If one of the LOCIP2 and PEERIP2 parameters is set, the other must also be set. In the case of SCTP multi-homing, the two IP addresses of one SCTP link on the RNC side may belong to the same interface board or different interface boards, whereas the two IP addresses on the NodeB side must belong to the same interface board.

The parameters for establishing an NCP or CCP are as follows: CARRYLNKT: This parameter specifies whether the bearer link type of the NCP or CCP is SAAL, SCTP, or SAAL-SCTP. When Iub over IP is used, this parameter must be set to SCTP, which indicates that the NCP or CCP is carried on the SCTP link. SCTPLNKN: This parameter specifies the number of the SCTP link that carries the NCP or CCP.

SCTP Link Configuration on the NodeB Side


The parameters for establishing an SCTP link on the NodeB side are as follows: LOCIP: When SCTP multi-homing is not used, this parameter specifies the IP address of the SCTP link on the NodeB side. When SCTP multi-homing is used, this parameter and PEERIP determine the main path of the SCTP link. This parameter should be set to the same value as the PEERIP1 parameter on the RNC side. SECLOCIP: This parameter specifies the second IP address of the SCTP link on the NodeB side. This parameter is set only when SCTP multi-homing is used. This parameter should be set to the same value as the PEERIP2 parameter on the RNC side. PEERIP: When SCTP multi-homing is not used, this parameter specifies the peer (that is, RNC) IP address of the SCTP link. When SCTP multi-homing is used, this parameter and LOCIP determine the main path of the SCTP link. This parameter should be set to the same value as the LOCIP1 parameter on the RNC side.

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SECPEERIP: This parameter specifies the second peer (that is, RNC) IP address of the SCTP link. This parameter is set only when SCTP multi-homing is used. This parameter should be set to the same value as the LOCIP2 parameter on the RNC side. LOCPORT: This parameter specifies the local port number of the SCTP link. This parameter should be set to the same value as the PEERPN parameter on the RNC side. PEERPORT: This parameter specifies the peer port number of the SCTP link. This parameter should be set to the same value as the NBAPSRVPN parameter on the RNC side. When the NCP and CCP are added, the BEAR parameter should be set to IPV4, which indicates that the NCP and CCP are carried on the SCTP links.

3.2.4 IP Path Configuration


When Iub over IP is used, the user plane data on the Iub interface is carried on the IP path. At least one IP path is required between one RNC and one NodeB. It is recommended that more than one IP path be configured. Different priorities are assigned to IP paths for the provisioning of differentiated services. For details, see the Transmission Resource Management Feature Parameter Description. For example, four IP paths are configured between the RNC and the NodeB to share the physical transmission bandwidth on the Iub interface, as shown in Figure 3-2. These IP paths are specified to carry the R99 RT, R99 NRT, HSPA RT, and HSPA NRT services respectively by setting the following: PATHT parameter Mapping between services and Per-Hop Behaviors (PHBs) Mapping between PHBs and DSCPs
The mapping between services and PHBs is contained in the transmission resource management (TRM) mapping table, which is set through the ADD TRMMAP command. The mapping between PHBs and DSCPs is set through the SET PHBMAP command.

Figure 3-2 IP paths on the Iub interface

In this case, the interface boards of the RNC and NodeB provide differentiated scheduling according to the value of differentiated service code point (DSCP). In the case of transmission congestion, the highpriority RT service data is preferentially transmitted and the low-priority NRT service data is buffered. In the case of buffer overflow, the low-priority NRT service data is discarded. The intermediate transport network also provides differentiated services according to the DSCP value in the IP header.

IP Path Configuration on the RNC Side


The parameters for establishing an IP path on the RNC side are as follows:

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IPADDR: This parameter specifies the local IP address of the IP path on the RNC side. This IP address is used for the user plane of the Iub interface. This IP address can be the port IP address or device IP address. For descriptions of the port IP address and device IP address, see the IP Transport Architecture Description. The control and user planes of the RNC-related interfaces (Iub, Iur, Iu-CS, and Iu-PS) can share one IP address. PEERIPADDR: This parameter specifies the peer IP address of the IP path. For the Iub interface, this parameter must be set to the same value as the NODEBIP parameter on the NodeB side. PEERMASK: This parameter specifies the peer subnet mask. The default value of this parameter is 255.255.255.255, which indicates that the peer IP address of the IP path is a host IP address. If the peer IP address of the IP path is a network segment IP address, this parameter needs to be re-set. PATHT: This parameter specifies the type of an IP path. Different types of IP paths can be configured between the RNC and the NodeB. Different types of services are mapped to different types of IP paths. For details, see the Transmission Resource Management Feature Parameter Description. TXBW: This parameter specifies the bandwidth for admission control on an IP path in the transmission direction. RXBW: This parameter specifies the bandwidth for admission control on an IP path in the reception direction.

IP Path Configuration on the NodeB Side


The parameters for establishing an IP path on the NodeB side are as follows: PT: This parameter specifies the type of the port that carries the IP path. It can be PPP link, MLPPP group, or Ethernet port. NODEBIP: This parameter specifies the IP address of the IP path on the NodeB side. This IP address is used for the user plane of the Iub interface. This IP address can be the port IP address or device IP address. Generally, the port IP address is used. RNCIP: This parameter specifies the peer (that is, RNC) IP address of the IP path. This parameter should be set to the same value as the IPADDR parameter on the RNC side. DSCP: This parameter specifies the DSCP value of the IP path on the NodeB side.

3.2.5 OM Channel Configuration


An operation and maintenance (OM) channel exists between the M2000 and the NodeB. It is used to maintain and configure the NodeB remotely. There are two methods of configuring routes for the OM channel on the Iub interface: M2000<>RNC<>NodeB: Routes are configured between the M2000 and the NodeB through the RNC. In this case, routes need to be configured on the M2000, RNC, and NodeB. M2000<>NodeB: Routes are configured between the M2000 and the NodeB but not through the RNC. If the OM subnet where the M2000 is located is connected to the IP network that covers the NodeB, the M2000 and the NodeB can be directly networked without the RNC. In this case, routes need to be configured on only the M2000 and NodeB. Figure 3-3 shows an example of OM channel in the case of M2000<>RNC<>NodeB in layer 2 networking. In layer 3 networking, two adjacent devices communicate with each other through routers. In addition, the OM IP addresses of the BTS3900, BTS3900A, and DBS3900 can be the same as either the control plane IP address or the user plane IP address. The shared IP address must be the interface IP address. This single IP function of the NodeB (WRFD-021404 Single IP Address for NodeB) is supported in the following scenarios:
The 3900 series base station is configured with one WMPT board and the WMPT has one or multiple IP interfaces. In this case, the OM IP address of the base station can be the same as the IP address

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of one of the interfaces. If active and standby OM IP addresses are used, the two OM IP addresses can be the same as the IP addresses of the two IP interfaces respectively.
The 3900 series base station is configured with one WMPT board and one UTRP board. Both the boards have one or more IP interfaces. In this case, the OM IP address of the base station can be the same as the IP address of one IP interface on the WMPT board. If active and standby OM IP addresses are applied, the two OM IP addresses can be the same as the IP addresses of the two IP interfaces on the WMPT board respectively; however, the OM IP address cannot be the same as the IP addresses of any IP interface on the UTRP board.
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NodeB IP addresses involve the control plane IP address, user plane IP address, and NodeB maintenance IP address. Generally, the control plane IP address and the user plane IP address are the same, that is, the IP address of the interface. The maintenance IP address must be different from the IP address of the interface.

Figure 3-3 OM channel in the case of M2000<>RNC<>NodeB

Figure 3-4 shows an example of OM channel in the case of M2000<>NodeB. Figure 3-4 OM channel in the case of M2000<> NodeB

When Iub over IP is used, the RNC adopts the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) function to enable the restarted NodeB to automatically obtain the network address information and establish an OM channel. For details about the DHCP function, see the NodeB Self-discovery.

OM Channel Configuration on the RNC Side


The parameters for establishing an OM channel on the RNC side are as follows: NBTRANTP: This parameter specifies the OM IP address of the NodeB in IP transport. The OM IP address can be the port IP address or device IP address. For the BTS3900, BTS3900A, and DBS3900, the control plane, user plane, and OM of the Iub interface can share one IP address. NBIPOAMMASK: This parameter specifies the mask of the subnet where the OM IP address of the NodeB is located in IP transport. IP routes need to be configured for the OM channel according to the actual networking conditions.

OM Channel Configuration on the NodeB Side


The parameters for establishing an OM channel on the NodeB side are as follows: IP: This parameter specifies the local OM IP address.
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MASK: This parameter specifies the local OM subnet mask. PEERIP: This parameter specifies the peer IP address. PEERMASK: This parameter specifies the peer subnet mask. BEAR: This parameter specifies the bearer type (ATM or IPV4). If this parameter is set to ATM, the IPoA mode is used. If this parameter is set to IPV4, the IP mode is used. IP routes need to be configured for the OM channel according to the actual networking conditions.

3.2.6 Other Data Configuration


To enable Iub over IP, the following data should also be configured: physical layer data, data link layer data, TRM mapping table, and activation factor table. For details about these configurations, see the BSC6900 UMTS Initial Configuration Guide and the NodeB Initial Configuration Guide.

3.3 Iub over IP&ATM


The Iub interface connects the RNC and the NodeB. When the Iub interface adopts hybrid ATM/IP transport, the Iub over IP&ATM protocol stack is used (WRFD-050404 ATM/IP Dual Stack Node B).

3.3.1 Protocol Stack


Figure 3-5 shows the Iub over IP&ATM protocol stack. Figure 3-5 Iub over IP&ATM protocol stack

When Iub over IP&ATM is used, the RNC supports the following transport modes at the data link layer:

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IP: IP over E1/T1, IP over channelized STM-1/OC-3, IP over FE, IP over GE, and IP over unchannelized STM-1/OC-3c ATM: ATM over E1/T1, ATM over channelized STM-1/OC-3, and ATM over unchannelized STM-1/OC3c When Iub over IP&ATM is used, the BTS3900, BTS3900A, and DBS3900 support the following transport modes at the data link layer: IP: IP over E1/T1, IP over FE, and IP over GE ATM: ATM over E1/T1 and ATM over unchannelized STM-1/OC-3c When Iub over IP&ATM is used, the 3800 series NodeBs and V1-platform-based NodeBs support the following transport modes at the data link layer: IP: IP over E1/T1 and IP over FE ATM: ATM over E1/T1, ATM over channelized STM-1/OC-3, and ATM over unchannelized STM-1/OC3c

Control Plane
The application protocol for the control plane of the Iub interface is the NBAP. NBAP is responsible for the transport of control plane messages between the NodeB and the CRNC at the radio network layer. When Iub over IP&ATM is used, the control plane can be configured as the active/standby mode (SAAL and SCTP) to improve the transport reliability. The NCP configuration principle is the same as the CCP configuration principle. Figure 3-6 takes the NCP as an example to show the active/standby mode in the control plane in the case of Iub over IP&ATM. Figure 3-6 Active/standby mode in the control plane in the case of Iub over IP&ATM

When the NCP and CCP are added, the CARRYLNKT parameter should be set on the RNC side to specify the bearer mode in the control plane. If this parameter is set to SAAL-SCTP, the active/standby mode (SAAL and SCTP) is used. If this parameter is set to SAAL or SCTP, the NCP and CCP are carried on the SAAL link or the SCTP link. In active/standby mode, one SAAL link and one SCTP link are configured for each NCP and CCP. On the RNC side, the MAINLINK parameter specifies the active link. On the NodeB side, the FLAG parameter specifies the active link. The NCP and CCP data is preferentially transmitted on the active link. If the active link is unavailable, the data is automatically transferred to the standby link for transmission. After the active link becomes available, the ES parameter on the NodeB side can be used to specify whether the data is automatically transferred back to the active link for transmission.

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User Plane
The radio network user plane of the Iub interface uses a series of frame protocols: DCH FP, RACH FP, FACH FP, PCH FP, HS-DSCH FP, and E-DCH FP. These protocols are responsible for the transport of data and control frames between the NodeB and the CRNC. These frames contain Uu interface user data and user-related control data. When Iub over IP&ATM is used, the user plane can be configured as the active/standby mode (AAL2 path and IP path) to improve the transport reliability. Figure 3-7 shows the active/standby mode in the user plane in the case of Iub over IP&ATM. Figure 3-7 Active/standby mode in the user plane in the case of Iub over IP&ATM

On the Iub interface, several IP paths and AAL2 paths can be configured simultaneously. The type of every path should be specified. On the RNC side, the PATHT parameter is used to specify the type of an IP path and the AAL2PATHT parameter is used to specify the type of an AAL2 path. By configuring the TRM mapping table through the execution of the ADD TRMMAP command, the main path and standby path that carry each type of service can be specified. For example, the VOICEPRIPATH, and VOICESECPATH parameters should be set for AMR voice services. The RNC provides the default mapping relations for transmission resources. When the RNC performs admission control on a new call, it preferentially uses the main path. If the admission of the new call fails on the main path, the RNC tries the standby path. For details, see the Transmission Resource Management Feature Parameter Description.
If an AAL2 path or an IP path is unavailable, the services carried on this path are disrupted. New service requests are established on the available path according to the TRM mapping table.

3.3.2 Trasnport Mode Configuration


To enable Iub over IP&ATM, set the following parameters on the RNC side: The TnlBearerType parameter is set to ATMANDIP_TRANS. The NODET parameter is set to IUB. The TRANST parameter is set to ATM_IP.

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3.3.3 Control Plane Link Configuration


SCTP Link
The parameter settings related to the SCTP link on the RNC and NodeB sides for Iub over IP&ATM are similar to those of Iub over IP. For details, see section 3.2.3 "SCTP Link."

SAAL Link
The SAAL link of User Network Interface (UNI) type is used to carry signaling messages on the Iub interface. The signaling messages are classified into NCP, CCP, and ALCAP, as described in Table 3-2. Table 3-2 Signaling messages carried on an SAAL link of UNI type Type NCP CCP Description An NCP carries common process messages of NBAP over the Iub interface. The Iub interface has only one NCP. A CCP carries dedicated process messages of NBAP over the Iub interface. The Iub interface may have multiple CCPs. The number of CCPs depends on the network planning.

ALCAP The ALCAP is also called Q.AAL2. If a call connection is required on the AAL2 path between the RNC and the NodeB, the AAL2 path ID and CID information is exchanged through the ALCAP. If the ATM network is unavailable and all the services are established on the IP path, the ALCAP is not required for signaling exchange. Therefore, the ALCAP must be carried by the SAAL link alone instead of by both the SAAL link and the SCTP link.

The parameters for establishing an SAAL link on the RNC side are as follows: SAALLNKT: This parameter specifies the type of an SAAL link. SAAL links are classified into the UNI link and the NNI link. The UNI link is used for the Iub interface and the NNI link is used for the Iur and Iu interfaces. CARRYVPI: This parameter specifies the VPI value of an SAAL link. CARRYVCI: This parameter specifies the VCI value of an SAAL link. The parameters for establishing an SAAL link on the NodeB side are as follows: VPI: This parameter specifies the VPI value of an SAAL link. VCI: This parameter specifies the VCI value of an SAAL link. The PVC identifier (VPI/VCI) of the SAAL link and other PVC attributes are negotiated between the RNC and the NodeB.

3.3.4 User Plane Path Configuration


IP Path
The parameter settings related to the IP path on the RNC and NodeB sides for Iub over IP&ATM are similar to those of Iub over IP. For details, see section 3.2.4 "IP Path."

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AAL2 Path
An AAL2 path is a permanent virtual channel (PVC) between the AAL2 entity of the RNC and the AAL2 entity of the NodeB. The PVC identifier (VPI/VCI) and other PVC attributes are negotiated between the RNC and the NodeB. The parameters for establishing an AAL2 path on the RNC side are as follows: ANI: This parameter specifies the ID of an adjacent node. Each NodeB in the RNC and adjacent RNCs, MGWs, and SGSNs have an adjacent node ID. PATHID: This parameter specifies the ID of the AAL2 path that connects the RNC and an adjacent node. The settings of this parameter are negotiated between the RNC and the NodeB. The parameters for establishing an AAL2 path on the NodeB side are as follows: NT: This parameter specifies the type of the NodeB that functions as an AAL2 node. It can be set to HUB, LOCAL, or ADJNODE. LOCAL indicates a leaf NodeB. The AAL2 path is used to establish an AAL2 connection of this NodeB. HUB and ADJNODE indicate a Hub NodeB. The AAL2 path of HUB type is located between this NodeB and the upper-level equipment. It is used to receive the RNC messages required for the lower-level NodeBs to establish a link. The AAL2 path of ADJNODE type is located between this NodeB and the lower-level NodeB. It is used to forward the lower-level NodeB link establishment messages to this NodeB. PATHID: This parameter specifies the ID of the AAL2 path that connects the RNC and an adjacent node. This parameter should be set to the same value as the PATHID parameter on the RNC side.

3.3.5 OM Channel Configuration


The OM channel between the RNC and the NodeB also supports the dual-stack (IP and ATM) mode. In actual situations, the OM channel can be based on IP, ATM, or both. When the OM channel is based on IP and ATM, the parameter settings are as follows: The parameter settings of the IP-based OM channel for Iub over IP&ATM are the same as those for Iub over IP. For details, see section 3.2.5 "OM Channel." The parameter settings of the ATM-based OM channel for Iub over IP&ATM are the same as those for Iub over ATM. For details, see the BSC6900 UMTS Initial Configuration Guide and the NodeB Initial Configuration Guide.

3.3.6 Other Data Configuration


To enable Iur over IP&ATM, the following data should also be configured: physical layer data, data link layer data, TRM mapping table, and activation factor table. For details about these configurations, see the BSC6900 UMTS Initial Configuration Guide and the NodeB Initial Configuration Guide.

3.4 Iu-CS over IP


The Iu-CS interface connects the RNC and the MSC or MSC server. When the Iu-CS over IP protocol stack is used, the data in the control and user planes of the Iu-CS interface is transported over IP (WRFD-050409 IP Transmission Introduction on Iu Interface).

3.4.1 Protocol Stack


Figure 3-8 shows the Iu-CS over IP protocol stack.

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Figure 3-8 Iu-CS over IP protocol stack

Control plane The application protocol for the control plane of the Iu-CS interface is the Radio Access Network Application Part (RANAP). The UE communicates with a circuit switched (CS) or packet switched (PS) node on the core network (CN) through RANAP signaling messages. When Iu-CS over IP is used, RANAP is carried on the SCTP link. User plane The application protocol for the user plane of the Iu-CS interface is the Iu-UP. Iu-UP is responsible for the transport of the user data carried on the radio access bearer (RAB). When Iu-CS over IP is used, Iu-UP is carried on the IP path.

3.4.2 Transport Mode Configuration


On the RNC side, the transport mode of Iu-CS over IP should be configured before other data. The associated parameters need to be set as follows: The CNDomainId parameter is set to CS_DOMAIN. The TnlBearerType parameter is set to IP_TRANS. The NODET parameter is set to IUCS. The TRANST parameter is set to IP.

3.4.3 SCTP Link Configuration


The parameter settings of the SCTP link on the RNC side for Iu-CS over IP are similar to those of Iub over IP. For details, see section 3.2.3 "SCTP Link."

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3.4.4 IP Path Configuration


The parameter settings of the IP path on the RNC side for Iu-CS over IP are similar to those of Iub over IP. For details, see section 3.2.4 "IP Path."

3.4.5 Other Data Configuration


To enable Iu-CS over IP, the following data should also be configured: physical layer data, data link layer data, TRM mapping table, activation factor table, and M3UA data. For details about these configurations, see the BSC6900 UMTS Initial Configuration Guide.

3.5 Iu-PS over IP


The Iu-PS interface connects the RNC and the SGSN. When the Iu-PS over IP protocol stack is used, the data in the control and user planes of the Iu-PS interface is transported over IP (WRFD-050409 IP Transmission Introduction on Iu Interface).

3.5.1 Protocol Stack


Figure 3-9 shows the Iu-PS over IP protocol stack. Figure 3-9 Iu-PS over IP protocol stack

Control plane The application protocol for the control plane of the Iu-PS interface is the RANAP. The UE communicates with a CS or PS node on the CN through RANAP signaling messages. When Iu-PS over IP is used, RANAP is carried on the SCTP link. User plane The application protocol for the user plane of the Iu-PS interface is the Iu-UP. Iu-UP is responsible for the transport of the user data carried on the RAB. When Iu-PS over IP is used, Iu-UP is carried on the IP path.

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3.5.2 Transport Mode Configuration


On the RNC side, the transport mode of Iu-PS over IP should be configured before other data. The associated parameters need to be set as follows: The CNDomainId parameter is set to PS_DOMAIN. The TnlBearerType parameter is set to IP_TRANS. The NODET parameter is set to IUPS. The TRANST parameter is set to IP.

3.5.3 SCTP Link Configuration


The parameter settings of the SCTP link on the RNC side for Iu-PS over IP are similar to those of Iub over IP. For details, see section 3.2.3 "SCTP Link."

3.5.4 IP Path Configuration


The parameter settings of the IP path on the RNC side for Iu-PS over IP are similar to those of Iub over IP. For details, see section 3.2.4 "IP Path."

3.5.5 Other Data Configuration


To enable Iu-PS over IP, the following data should also be configured: physical layer data, data link layer data, TRM mapping table, activation factor table, and M3UA data. For details about these configurations, see the BSC6900 UMTS Initial Configuration Guide.

3.6 Iur over IP


The Iur interface connects RNCs. When the Iur over IP protocol stack is used, the data in the control and user planes of the Iur interface is transported over IP (WRFD-050410 IP Transmission Introduction on Iur Interface).

3.6.1 Protocol Stack


Figure 3-10 shows the Iur over IP protocol stack.

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Figure 3-10 Iur over IP protocol stack


Radio network layer Control plane RNSAP User plane Iur Data Stream

Transport network layer user plane

Transport network layer user plane

Transport network layer

SCCP M3UA SCTP IP Data link layer Physical layer UDP/IP Data link layer

Control plane The application protocol for the control plane of the Iur interface is the Radio Network Subsystem Application Part (RNSAP). The UE communicates with the DRNC through RNSAP signaling messages. When Iur over IP is used, RNSAP is carried on the SCTP link. User plane The Iur data stream carries the data forwarded by the DRNC between the SRNC and the NodeB. When Iur over IP is used, the Iur data stream is carried on the IP path.

3.6.2 Transport Mode Configuration


On the RNC side, the transport mode of Iur over IP should be configured before other data. The associated parameters need to be set as follows: The IurExistInd parameter is set to TRUE. The TnlBearerType parameter is set to IP_TRANS. The NODET parameter is set to IUR. The TRANST parameter is set to IP.

3.6.3 SCTP Link Configuration


The parameter settings of the SCTP link on the RNC side for Iur over IP are similar to those of Iub over IP. For details, see section 3.2.3 "SCTP Link."

3.6.4 IP Path Configuration


The parameter settings of the IP path on the RNC side for Iur over IP are similar to those of Iub over IP. For details, see section 3.2.4 "IP Path."

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3.6.5 Other Data Configuration


To enable Iur over IP, the following data should also be configured: physical layer data, data link layer data, TRM mapping table, activation factor table, and M3UA data. For details about these configurations, see the BSC6900 UMTS Initial Configuration Guide.

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4 IP RAN Networking
4.1 Overview
This section describes the IP networking on the terrestrial interfaces of RAN.

4.2 Iub Interface Networking


The Iub interface supports star, link, and ring topologies. From the perspective of transport bearers, the Iub interface supports ATM transport networking, IP transport networking (including hybrid IP transport), and hybrid ATM/IP transport networking. Sections 4.2.1 and 4.2.2 describe Iub over IP networking (including hybrid IP transport) and Iub over IP&ATM networking respectively.

4.2.1 Iub over IP Networking


Based on the data switching technology that is used, IP networking can be classified into layer 2 networking and layer 3 networking. In addition, the Iub interface can use hybrid IP transport networking to improve the transport reliability of the Iub interface.

Layer 2 Networking
Layer 2 networking is relatively simple because all the network devices are located on the same network segment. In this case, data is switched by layer 2 devices (for example, LAN switches), and IP routes need not be configured. Figure 4-1 shows an example of layer 2 networking in the case of Iub over IP. Figure 4-1 Example of layer 2 networking in the case of Iub over IP

As shown in Figure 4-1, the NodeBs and the RNC are connected through a layer 2 network. To improve the transport security of the Iub interface, the RNC uses port backup. The layer 2 network distinguishes data from different NodeBs according to the VLAN ID. In addition, the layer 2 network provides differentiated services according to the PRI field in the VLAN tag. If the network is congested, highpriority packets are scheduled, and low-priority packets are buffered or discarded, as shown in Figure 42.

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Figure 4-2 Example of VLAN application on the Iub interface

IP address configuration To facilitate data configuration, on the RNC side a port IP address is configured as the common IP address of the control plane, user plane, and OM; on the NodeB side a port IP address is configured as the common IP address of the control and user planes, and another IP address is configured for the OM. The port IP address and the OM IP address can be located either on the same network segment or on different network segments. If they are located on the same network segment, the ARP proxy function of the FE port must be enabled, that is, the ARPPROXY parameter on the NodeB side must be set to ENABLE. The BTS3900, BTS3900A, and DBS3900 support a single IP address for a NodeB. In other words, the control plane, user plane, and OM of a NodeB can share one IP address. IP route configuration Routes are not required for layer 2 networking.

Layer 3 Networking
In layer 3 networking, the network devices are located on different network segments. In this case, data is switched by layer 3 devices (for example, routers), and IP routes need to be configured. Figure 4-3 shows an example of layer 3 networking in the case of Iub over IP.

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Figure 4-3 Example of layer 3 networking in the case of Iub over IP

As shown in Figure 4-3, the RNC and the NodeBs are connected through a layer 3 network. To improve the transport security of the Iub interface, the RNC uses active and standby GE ports to connect to the two peer GE ports on the layer 3 router. In addition, the layer 3 network provides differentiated services according to the DSCP value in the IP header. If the network is congested, high-priority packets are scheduled, and low-priority packets are buffered or discarded. IP address configuration The two GE ports on the router are configured in the same VLAN and share one VLAN port IP address (VLAN IF IP shown in Figure 4-3). The active and standby GE ports on the RNC side share one IP address, which is on the same network segment as the VLAN IF IP address of the router. The port IP address on the RNC side functions as the common IP address of the control plane, user plane, and OM. On the NodeB side, a port IP address is configured as the common IP address of the control and user planes, and another IP address is configured for the OM. The port IP address and the OM IP address can be located either on the same network segment or on different network segments. If they are located on the same network segment, the ARP proxy function of the FE port must be enabled, that is, the ARPPROXY parameter on the NodeB side must be set to ENABLE. The BTS3900, BTS3900A, and DBS3900 support a single IP address for a NodeB. In other words, the control plane, user plane, and OM of a NodeB can share one IP address.
A layer-2-enabled router supports the configuration of VLANs. One VLAN has several Ethernet ports and can be configured with a layer 3 IP address (VLAN IF IP) for the interworking between VLANs.

IP route configuration On the RNC side, routes to the NodeBs need to be configured. The routes are accessible to each NodeB or to the network segment where several NodeBs are located. For example, as shown in Figure 4-3, only the route from the RNC to the network segment 10.10.0.0/16 is configured. Through this route, the RNC communicates with the two NodeBs. Routes to the RNC should be configured for each NodeB. The configuration of routes for the routers in the intermediate network depends on the actual networking conditions.

Hybrid IP Transport
Two networks with different quality of service (QoS) requirements can co-exist on the Iub interface to achieve hybrid IP transport (WRFD-050403 Hybrid Iub IP Transmission). Figure 4-4 shows an example of hybrid IP transport.

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Figure 4-4 Example of hybrid IP transport

As shown in Figure 4-4, services with different QoS requirements are processed by different networks. Low-QoS network (data network, for example, Ethernet): carries low-QoS services such as PS interactive and background services. High-QoS network (TDM network, for example, PDH or SDH network): carries control plane data, Radio Resource Control (RRC) signaling, common channel data, CS services, and PS conversational and streaming services. In actual networking, the RNC and the NodeB can be connected to two networks through two ports respectively. Alternatively, they can be connected to the external data device through the same port, and then the external data device distributes the services to different networks based on the settings of the DSCP value and VLAN. Hybrid IP transport enables flexible processing of the services with different QoS requirements, but it makes network management complicated.

4.2.2 Iub over IP&ATM Networking


With the development of data services and the introduction of High Speed Packet Access (HSPA), the bandwidth requirement of the Iub interface is on the increase. The ATM network provides a high QoS, but it requires high transmission costs. The IP network does not require high transmission costs, but it provides a relatively low QoS. In this case, Iub over IP&ATM networking is introduced so that services with different QoS requirements can be processed in different types of networks. Figure 4-5 shows an example of Iub over IP&ATM networking. Figure 4-5 Example of Iub over IP&ATM networking

As shown in Figure 4-5, the IP and ATM networks can carry services with different QoS requirements respectively. High-QoS network (ATM network): carries voice services, streaming services, and signaling.

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Low-QoS network (IP network): carries services with low-QoS requirements, such as PS Best Effort (BE) services. In actual networking, both the RNC and the NodeB should be configured with ATM interface boards and IP interface boards, because the RNC and the NodeB are connected to the ATM network through the ATM interface boards and to the IP network through the IP interface boards. In Iub over IP&ATM networking, the ATM network can provide a high QoS, and the IP network can reduce the transmission costs and meet the requirements of high-speed data services on the Iub interface for high bandwidth. The network maintenance, however, is complex and expensive because both the ATM and IP networks need to be maintained.

4.3 Iu/Iur Interface Networking


Figure 4-6 shows an example of Iu/Iur over IP networking. Figure 4-6 Example of Iu/Iur over IP networking

The IP network shown in Figure 4-6 can be any one of the following networks: Layer 2 network, for example, metro Ethernet, VPLS network, and MSTP network Layer 3 network, for example, IP network and MPLS VPN

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5 Parameters
Table 5-1 Parameter description Parameter ID TnlBearerType NE BSC6900 MML ADD UCNNODE(Optional) MOD UCNNODE(Optional) Description Meaning: The transfers bearer type of Iu interface. GUI Value Range: ATM_TRANS, IP_TRANS Actual Value Range: ATM_TRANS, IP_TRANS Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: Transport type of the Iub interface GUI Value Range: ATM_TRANS(ATM circuit transmission), IP_TRANS(IP transmission), ATMANDIP_TRANS(ATM and IP transmission), HYBRID_IP_TRANS(Hybrid IP transmission) Actual Value Range: ATM_TRANS, IP_TRANS, ATMANDIP_TRANS, HYBRID_IP_TRANS Unit: None Default Value: ATM circuit transmission Meaning: Indicate the transmission type be used by Iub interface. GUI Value Range: ATM_TRANS(ATM circuit transmission), IP_TRANS(IP transmission), ATMANDIP_TRANS(ATM and IP transmission), HYBRID_IP_TRANS(Hybrid IP transmission) Actual Value Range: ATM_TRANS, IP_TRANS, ATMANDIP_TRANS, HYBRID_IP_TRANS Unit: None Default Value: ATM_TRANS Meaning: Indicating whether the Iub interface supports IP hybrid transport. GUI Value Range: SUPPORT(Support), NOT_SUPPORT(Not support) Actual Value Range: SUPPORT, NOT_SUPPORT Unit: None Default Value: None

TnlBearerType

BSC6900

ADD UNODEB(Optional)

TnlBearerType

BSC6900

MOD UNODEB(Optional)

IPTRANSAPART BSC6900 IND

ADD UNODEB(Mandatory)

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NE

MML MOD UNODEB(Optional)

Description Meaning: IP transmission apart indication of Iub interface. GUI Value Range: SUPPORT(Support), NOT_SUPPORT(Not support) Actual Value Range: SUPPORT, NOT_SUPPORT Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: Type of the adjacent node GUI Value Range: IUB(Iub Interface), IUR(Iur Interface), IUCS(Iu-CS Interface), IUPS(Iu-PS Interface), UNI_AAL2SWITCH(the adjacent node of the ATM switch on the Iub interface), NNI_AAL2SWITCH(the adjacent node of ATM switch on Iur or Iu-CS interface) Actual Value Range: IUB, IUR, IUCS, IUPS, UNI_AAL2SWITCH, NNI_AAL2SWITCH Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: Transport type GUI Value Range: ATM(ATM), IP(IP), ATM_IP(ATM and IP), HYBRID_IP(HYBRID IP) Actual Value Range: ATM, IP, ATM_IP, HYBRID_IP Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: Transport type of the adjacent node to which the path belongs GUI Value Range: IP(IP), HYBRID_IP(HYBRID IP) Actual Value Range: IP, HYBRID_IP Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: Identifies the first local IP address that communicates with the peer end. When it is set to 0, it is invalid. This IP address must be first configured on the corresponding interface board. GUI Value Range: None Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: None

IPTRANSAPART BSC6900 IND

NODET

BSC6900

ADD ADJNODE(Mandatory) MOD ADJNODE(Optional)

TRANST

BSC6900

ADD ADJNODE(Mandatory) MOD ADJNODE(Optional)

TRANST

BSC6900

ADD IPPATH(Mandatory)

LOCIP1

BSC6900

ADD SCTPLNK(Mandatory) MOD SCTPLNK(Optional)

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Parameter ID PEERIP1

NE BSC6900

MML ADD SCTPLNK(Mandatory) MOD SCTPLNK(Optional)

Description Meaning: First destination IP address. The invalid value is 0. GUI Value Range: None Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: Identifies the second local IP address that communicates with the peer end. When it is set to 0, it is invalid. This IP address must be first configured on the corresponding interface board. GUI Value Range: None Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: Local SCTP port number GUI Value Range: 1024~65535 Actual Value Range: 1024~65535 Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: Number of the NBAP service listening port GUI Value Range: 1024~65535 Actual Value Range: 1024~65535 Unit: None Default Value: 58080 Meaning: Second destination IP address. The invalid value is 0. GUI Value Range: None Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: Destination SCTP port number GUI Value Range: 1024~65535 Actual Value Range: 1024~65535 Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: Differentiated service code is used to identify the service priority of the user. GUI Value Range: 0~63 Actual Value Range: 0~63 Unit: None Default Value: None

LOCIP2

BSC6900

ADD SCTPLNK(Optional) MOD SCTPLNK(Optional)

LOCPN

BSC6900

ADD SCTPLNK(Mandatory) MOD SCTPLNK(Mandatory)

NBAPSRVPN

BSC6900

SET SCTPSRVPORT(Optional)

PEERIP2

BSC6900

ADD SCTPLNK(Optional) MOD SCTPLNK(Optional)

PEERPN

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ADD SCTPLNK(Mandatory) MOD SCTPLNK(Optional)

DSCP

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NE BSC6900

MML SET PHBMAP(Mandatory)

Description Meaning: The DSCP is a field of the IP data packet. It is used to assign the differentiated service to the communication networks. The DSCP code is used to label each data packet on the network and allocate the corresponding service levels. In the same network environment, the larger the DSCP is, the higher the priority is. GUI Value Range: 0~63 Actual Value Range: 0~63 Unit: None Default Value: 48 Meaning: The DSCP is a field of the IP data packet. It is used to assign the differentiated service to the communication networks. The DSCP code is used to label each data packet on the network and allocate the corresponding service levels. In the same network environment, the larger the DSCP is, the higher the priority is. GUI Value Range: 0~63 Actual Value Range: 0~63 Unit: None Default Value: 48

DSCP

BSC6900

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Parameter ID

NE

MML ADD SCTPLNK(Optional) MOD SCTPLNK(Optional)

Description Meaning: The field indicates whether the cross-connect path is available. When the cross-path is available, a maximum of four IP paths exists. The four IP paths are the IP path between the first local IP address and the first peer IP address, the IP path between the first local IP address and the second peer IP address, the IP path between the second local IP address and the first peer IP address, and the IP path between the second local IP address and the second peer IP address. When the cross-path is unavailable, a maximum of two IP paths exists. The two IP paths are the IP path between the first local IP address and the first peer IP address and the IP path between the second local IP address and the second peer IP address. GUI Value Range: UNAVAILABLE(UNAVAILABLE), AVAILABLE(AVAILABLE) Actual Value Range: UNAVAILABLE, AVAILABLE Unit: None Default Value: UNAVAILABLE Meaning: When the NCP/CCP is based on ATM, set Bearing link type to SAAL. When the NCP/CCP is based on IP, set Bearing link type to SCTP. When the NCP/CCP is based on ATM/IP, set Bearing link type to SAAL-SCTP. For detailed information of this parameter, refer to 3GPP TS 25.430. GUI Value Range: SAAL(SAAL Link Type ), SCTP(SCTP Link Type), SAALSCTP(SAAL-SCTP Link Tpye) Actual Value Range: SAAL, SCTP, SAAL-SCTP Unit: None Default Value: None

CROSSIPFLAG BSC6900

CARRYLNKT

BSC6900

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NE BSC6900

MML ADD UNCP(Mandatory)

Description Meaning: When the NCP/CCP is based on ATM, set Bearing link type to SAAL. When the NCP/CCP is based on IP, set Bearing link type to SCTP. When the NCP/CCP is based on ATM/IP, set Bearing link type to SAAL-SCTP. For detailed information of this parameter, refer to 3GPP TS 25.430. GUI Value Range: SAAL(SAAL Link Type ), SCTP(SCTP Link Type), SAALSCTP(SAAL-SCTP Link Tpye) Actual Value Range: SAAL, SCTP, SAAL-SCTP Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: SCTP link number of XPU board. This number identifies an SCTP link uniquely. GUI Value Range: 0~1199 Actual Value Range: 0~1199 Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: SCTP link number of XPU board. This number identifies an SCTP link uniquely. GUI Value Range: 0~1199 Actual Value Range: 0~1199 Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: SCTP link number of XPU board. This number identifies an SCTP link uniquely. GUI Value Range: 0~1199 Actual Value Range: 0~1199 Unit: None Default Value: None

SCTPLNKN

BSC6900

ADD SCTPLNK(Mandatory) MOD SCTPLNK(Mandatory) RMV SCTPLNK(Mandatory)

SCTPLNKN

BSC6900

MOD UCCP(Mandatory) ADD UCCP(Mandatory)

SCTPLNKN

BSC6900

MOD UNCP(Mandatory) ADD UNCP(Mandatory)

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Parameter ID PATHT

NE BSC6900

MML ADD IPPATH(Optional)

Description Meaning: Type of the IP path GUI Value Range: QoS(QoS), BE(BE), AF11(AF11), AF12(AF12), AF13(AF13), AF21(AF21), AF22(AF22), AF23(AF23), AF31(AF31), AF32(AF32), AF33(AF33), AF41(AF41), AF42(AF42), AF43(AF43), EF(EF), LQ_QOS(LQ_QOS), LQ_BE(LQ_BE), LQ_AF11(LQ_AF11), LQ_AF12(LQ_AF12), LQ_AF13(LQ_AF13), LQ_AF21(LQ_AF21), LQ_AF22(LQ_AF22), LQ_AF23(LQ_AF23), LQ_AF31(LQ_AF31), LQ_AF32(LQ_AF32), LQ_AF33(LQ_AF33), LQ_AF41(LQ_AF41), LQ_AF42(LQ_AF42), LQ_AF43(LQ_AF43), LQ_EF(LQ_EF) Actual Value Range: QoS, BE, AF11, AF12, AF13, AF21, AF22, AF23, AF31, AF32, AF33, AF41, AF42, AF43, EF, LQ_QOS, LQ_BE, LQ_AF11, LQ_AF12, LQ_AF13, LQ_AF21, LQ_AF22, LQ_AF23, LQ_AF31, LQ_AF32, LQ_AF33, LQ_AF41, LQ_AF42, LQ_AF43, LQ_EF Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: IP address of the board GUI Value Range: None Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: The local IP address must be the configured IP address (including the IP address and port address of the interface board). GUI Value Range: None Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: None

IPADDR

BSC6900

ADD DEVIP(Mandatory) RMV DEVIP(Mandatory)

IPADDR

BSC6900

ADD IPPATH(Mandatory)

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Parameter ID PEERIPADDR

NE BSC6900

MML ADD IPPATH(Mandatory)

Description Meaning: The peer IP address should not be the same as the local address. GUI Value Range: None Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: Subnet mask of the peer IP GUI Value Range: None Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: 255.255.255.255

PEERMASK

BSC6900

ADD IPPATH(Optional)

NBTRANTP

BSC6900

ADD UNODEBIP(Mandatory) Meaning: Transmission type of NodeB MOD UNODEBIP(Mandatory) GUI Value Range: ATMTRANS_IP(ATMTRANS_IP), IPTRANS_IP(IPTRANS_IP), ATMANDIPTRANS_IP(ATMANDIPTRAN S_IP) Actual Value Range: ATMTRANS_IP, IPTRANS_IP, ATMANDIPTRANS_IP Unit: None Default Value: None ADD UNODEBIP(Mandatory) MOD UNODEBIP(Optional) Meaning: When the operation and maintenance channel of NodeB is operating in the IP transmission mode, this parameter indicates the mask of the operation and maintenance console. GUI Value Range: None Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: IP address of the server GUI Value Range: None Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: None

NBIPOAMMASK BSC6900

IP

BSC6900

ADD SNTPSRVINFO(Mandatory) RMV SNTPSRVINFO(Optional)

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Parameter ID MAINLINK

NE BSC6900

MML MOD UCCP(Mandatory)

Description Meaning: Preferred type of the link used to carry a link when the bearer link type is SAAL-SCTP. When the current bearer link fails, it will be automatically carried on the other type of bearer link. For detailed description of this parameter, refer to the 3GPP TS 25.430. GUI Value Range: SAAL(SAAL Link Type ), SCTP(SCTP Link Type) Actual Value Range: SAAL, SCTP Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: Preferred type of the link used to carry a link when the bearer link type is SAAL-SCTP. When the current bearer link fails, it will be automatically carried on the other type of bearer link. For detailed description of this parameter, refer to the 3GPP TS 25.430. GUI Value Range: SAAL(SAAL Link Type ), SCTP(SCTP Link Type) Actual Value Range: SAAL, SCTP Unit: None Default Value: SAAL Meaning: Preferred type of the link used to carry a link when the bearer link type is SAAL-SCTP. When the current bearer link fails, it will be automatically carried on the other type of bearer link. For detailed description of this parameter, refer to the 3GPP TS 25.430. GUI Value Range: SAAL(SAAL Link Type ), SCTP(SCTP Link Type) Actual Value Range: SAAL, SCTP Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: Preferred type of the link used to carry a link when the bearer link type is SAAL-SCTP. When the current bearer link fails, it will be automatically carried on the other type of bearer link. For detailed description of this parameter, refer to the 3GPP TS 25.430. GUI Value Range: SAAL(SAAL Link Type ), SCTP(SCTP Link Type) Actual Value Range: SAAL, SCTP Unit: None Default Value: SAAL

MAINLINK

BSC6900

ADD UCCP(Optional)

MAINLINK

BSC6900

MOD UNCP(Mandatory)

MAINLINK

BSC6900

ADD UNCP(Optional)

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Parameter ID AAL2PATHT

NE BSC6900

MML ADD AAL2PATH(Mandatory) MOD AAL2PATH(Optional)

Description Meaning: Service type of carried over the PATH. For R99, only the R99 service can be carried. For HSPA, only the HSPA service can be carried. For SHARE, R99 and HSPA services can be carried at the same time. GUI Value Range: R99(R99), HSPA(HSPA), SHARE(SHARE) Actual Value Range: R99, HSPA, SHARE Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: AMR voice service bearer primary path GUI Value Range: CBR, RT_VBR, NRT_VBR, UBR, BE, AF11, AF12, AF13, AF21, AF22, AF23, AF31, AF32, AF33, AF41, AF42, AF43, EF, LQBE, LQAF11, LQAF12, LQAF13, LQAF21, LQAF22, LQAF23, LQAF31, LQAF32, LQAF33, LQAF41, LQAF42, LQAF43, LQEF Actual Value Range: CBR, RT_VBR, NRT_VBR, UBR, BE, AF11, AF12, AF13, AF21, AF22, AF23, AF31, AF32, AF33, AF41, AF42, AF43, EF, LQBE, LQAF11, LQAF12, LQAF13, LQAF21, LQAF22, LQAF23, LQAF31, LQAF32, LQAF33, LQAF41, LQAF42, LQAF43, LQEF Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: AMR voice service bearer secondary path GUI Value Range: CBR, RT_VBR, NRT_VBR, UBR, BE, AF11, AF12, AF13, AF21, AF22, AF23, AF31, AF32, AF33, AF41, AF42, AF43, EF, LQBE, LQAF11, LQAF12, LQAF13, LQAF21, LQAF22, LQAF23, LQAF31, LQAF32, LQAF33, LQAF41, LQAF42, LQAF43, LQEF, NULL Actual Value Range: CBR, RT_VBR, NRT_VBR, UBR, BE, AF11, AF12, AF13, AF21, AF22, AF23, AF31, AF32, AF33, AF41, AF42, AF43, EF, LQBE, LQAF11, LQAF12, LQAF13, LQAF21, LQAF22, LQAF23, LQAF31, LQAF32, LQAF33, LQAF41, LQAF42, LQAF43, LQEF, NULL Unit: None Default Value: None

VOICEPRIPATH BSC6900

ADD TRMMAP(Optional) MOD TRMMAP(Optional)

VOICESECPATH BSC6900

ADD TRMMAP(Optional) MOD TRMMAP(Optional)

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Parameter ID SAALLNKT

NE BSC6900

MML ADD SAALLNK(Mandatory) MOD SAALLNK(Optional)

Description Meaning: Interface type of the SAAL link. The interface type of the Iub interface is UNI. The interface type of the Iu and Iur interface link is NNI. GUI Value Range: UNI(UNI), NNI(NNI) Actual Value Range: UNI, NNI Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: VPI value of the SAAL out BSC6900 GUI Value Range: 0~4095 Actual Value Range: 0~4095 Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: VCI value of the SAAL out BSC6900 GUI Value Range: 32~65535 Actual Value Range: 32~65535 Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: VPI of the AAL2 path out BSC6900 GUI Value Range: 0~4095 Actual Value Range: 0~4095 Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: VCI of the AAL2 path out BSC6900 GUI Value Range: 32~65535 Actual Value Range: 32~65535 Unit: None Default Value: None

CARRYVPI

BSC6900

ADD SAALLNK(Mandatory) MOD SAALLNK(Optional)

CARRYVCI

BSC6900

ADD SAALLNK(Mandatory) MOD SAALLNK(Optional)

VPI

BSC6900

ADD AAL2PATH(Mandatory) MOD AAL2PATH(Optional)

VCI

BSC6900

ADD AAL2PATH(Mandatory) MOD AAL2PATH(Optional)

ANI

BSC6900

ADD AAL2PATH(Mandatory) Meaning: Uniquely identifies an adjacent MOD AAL2PATH(Mandatory) node RMV AAL2PATH(Mandatory) GUI Value Range: 0~4599 Actual Value Range: 0~4599 Unit: None Default Value: None ADD UCNNODE(Mandatory) Meaning: Identifying the type of a CN. MOD UCNNODE(Mandatory) GUI Value Range: CS_DOMAIN, PS_DOMAIN Actual Value Range: CS_DOMAIN, PS_DOMAIN Unit: None Default Value: None

CNDomainId

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Parameter ID IurExistInd

NE BSC6900

MML ADD UNRNC(Mandatory) MOD UNRNC(Optional)

Description Meaning: Indicating whether to config neighbouring RNC's DSP index. GUI Value Range: TRUE, FALSE Actual Value Range: TRUE, FALSE Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: SCTP link work mode. Server mode: BSC6900 starts the listening and waits for the peer to send the SCTP-INIT message. Client mode: BSC6900 actively sends the SCTP-INIT message. GUI Value Range: SERVER(SERVER MOD), CLIENT(CLIENT MOD) Actual Value Range: SERVER, CLIENT Unit: None Default Value: None Meaning: Transmit bandwidth of IP path GUI Value Range: 1~3000000 Actual Value Range: 1~3000000 Unit: kbit/s Default Value: None Meaning: Receive bandwidth of IP path GUI Value Range: 1~3000000 Actual Value Range: 1~3000000 Unit: kbit/s Default Value: None

MODE

BSC6900

ADD SCTPLNK(Mandatory) MOD SCTPLNK(Optional)

TXBW

BSC6900

ADD IPPATH(Mandatory) MOD IPPATH(Optional)

RXBW

BSC6900

ADD IPPATH(Mandatory) MOD IPPATH(Optional)

PATHID

BSC6900

ADD AAL2PATH(Mandatory) Meaning: ID of one AAL2 path between MOD AAL2PATH(Mandatory) two AAL2 nodes. The PATHID of the RMV AAL2PATH(Mandatory) same AAL2 path configured between two AAL2 nodes must be the same. The value should not be equal to 0. GUI Value Range: 1~4294967295 Actual Value Range: 1~4294967295 Unit: None Default Value: None ADD SCTPLNK(Mandatory) Meaning: Local SCTP port is one of the parameters between NodeB and RNC. GUI Value Range: 1024~65535 Actual Value Range: 1024~65535 Unit: None Default Value: Meaning: Second local IP address GUI Value Range: Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: 0.0.0.0

PEERPORT

NodeB

SECLOCIP

NodeB

ADD SCTPLNK(Optional)

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Parameter ID SECPEERIP

NE NodeB

MML ADD SCTPLNK(Optional)

Description Meaning: Second peer IP address GUI Value Range: Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: 0.0.0.0 Meaning: Local SCTP port is one of the parameters between NodeB and RNC. GUI Value Range: 1024~65535 Actual Value Range: 1024~65535 Unit: None Default Value: Meaning: It indicates whether the transport mode is IP or ATM. GUI Value Range: ATM, IPV4 Actual Value Range: ATM, IPV4 Unit: None Default Value: ATM Meaning: It indicates NodeB IP address of IP port, which can be classified into the following types: When the NodeB IP address is configured by link layer, this configured address can be used; When the DEVIP is configured, the DEVIP address can be used; When the NodeB IP address is obtained by link layer negotiation, the negotiated address that can be configured as 0.0.0.0 can not be used. GUI Value Range: Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: -

LOCPORT

NodeB

ADD SCTPLNK(Mandatory)

BEAR

NodeB

ADD IUBCP(Optional)

NODEBIP

NodeB

ADD IPPATH(Mandatory)

ES

NodeB

SET Meaning: DHCP relay enable switch DHCPRELAYSWITCH(Optiona GUI Value Range: DISABLE, ENABLE l) Actual Value Range: DISABLE, ENABLE Unit: None Default Value: ENABLE ADD AAL2PATH(Mandatory) RMV AAL2PATH(Mandatory) Meaning: Node type GUI Value Range: LOCAL(End Node), HUB(Switching Node), ADJNODE(Adjacent Node) Actual Value Range: LOCAL, HUB, ADJNODE Unit: None Default Value: -

NT

NodeB

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Parameter ID ARPPROXY

NE NodeB

MML SET ETHPORT(Optional)

Description Meaning: ARP proxy GUI Value Range: DISABLE, ENABLE Actual Value Range: DISABLE, ENABLE Unit: None Default Value: Meaning: Local IP address GUI Value Range: Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: Meaning: A flag indicating whether the transmission channel is the master or the slave one GUI Value Range: MASTER(Master Channel), SLAVE(Slave Channel) Actual Value Range: MASTER, SLAVE Unit: None Default Value: MASTER Meaning: AAL2 path ID GUI Value Range: 1~4294967295 Actual Value Range: 1~4294967295 Unit: None Default Value: Meaning: Port type GUI Value Range: PPP, MPGRP, ETH, LOOPINT, ETHTRK Actual Value Range: PPP, MPGRP, ETH, LOOPINT, ETHTRK Unit: None Default Value: Meaning: Differentiated services code point. GUI Value Range: 0~63 Actual Value Range: 0~63 Unit: None Default Value: Meaning: Peer IP address GUI Value Range: Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: -

LOCIP

NodeB

ADD SCTPLNK(Mandatory)

FLAG

NodeB

ADD IUBCP(Optional) RMV IUBCP(Optional)

PATHID

NodeB

ADD AAL2PATH(Mandatory) RMV AAL2PATH(Mandatory)

PT

NodeB

ADD IPPATH(Optional)

DSCP

NodeB

ADD IPPATH(Mandatory)

PEERIP

NodeB

ADD OMCH(Mandatory) MOD OMCH(Optional)

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Parameter ID PEERIP

NE NodeB

MML ADD SCTPLNK(Mandatory)

Description Meaning: Peer IP address GUI Value Range: Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: Meaning: Peer IP mask GUI Value Range: Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: Meaning: Local IP cannot equal to peer IP. GUI Value Range: Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: Meaning: A valid IP address must satisfy all the following conditions: IP & ~mask cannot be 0. IP & mask cannot be 0. IP & mask + ~mask cannot be 0xffffffff. IP & ~mask + mask cannot be 0xffffffff. Note: "~mask" indicates the complement on mask. And Mask can not be 255.255.255.254. The mask in binary allows no "0" before "1" or "1" after "0". The mask can not be. 32 bits,when BEAR is IP. GUI Value Range: Actual Value Range: 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 Unit: None Default Value: Meaning: Value range: 0~255; GUI Value Range: 0~255 Actual Value Range: 0~255 Unit: None Default Value: Meaning: Value range: 32~511; GUI Value Range: 32~511 Actual Value Range: 32~511 Unit: None Default Value: -

PEERMASK

NodeB

ADD OMCH(Mandatory) MOD OMCH(Optional)

IP

NodeB

ADD OMCH(Mandatory) MOD OMCH(Optional)

MASK

NodeB

ADD OMCH(Mandatory) MOD OMCH(Optional)

VPI

NodeB

ADD SAALLNK(Mandatory)

VCI

NodeB

ADD SAALLNK(Mandatory)

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Parameter ID MODE

NE NodeB

MML SET E1T1BEAR(Optional)

Description Meaning: Bearing mode GUI Value Range: ATM, IPV4 Actual Value Range: ATM, IPV4 Unit: None Default Value: ATM

The Default Value column is valid only for optional parameters and the "-" symbol indicates that there is no default value.

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6 Counters
For details, see the BSC6900 UMTS Performance Counter Reference and the NodeB Performance Counter Reference.

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7 Glossary
For the acronyms, abbreviations, terms, and definitions, see the Glossary.

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8 Reference Documents
[1] 3GPP TS 25.410: UTRAN Iu Interface: General Aspects and Principles [2] 3GPP TS 25.420: UTRAN Iur Interface: General Aspects and Principles [3] 3GPP TS 25.430: UTRAN Iub Interface: General Aspects and Principles [4] 3GPP TR25.933: IP transport in UTRAN [5] BSC6900 UMTS Initial Configuration Guide [6] BSC6900 UMTS Product Description [7] IP Transport Architecture Description [8] NodeB Initial Configuration Guide [9] NodeB Product Description [10] NodeB Self-discovery

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