MML Commands MSC/HLR     AB - Blocked Alarms Handling     AC - Alarm Cancelling     AE - Error Ratio Counter

Handling     AH - Alarm History Handling     AL - Lamp Panel Handling     AO - Alarm Operating Instruction Handling     AP - Alarm Parameters Handling     AR - Alarm System Rulebase Handling     AT - Alarm Printing     CA - Attribute-Directed Routing     CE - Circuit State Handling     CF - MSC/VLR Digit Analysis Handling     CG - HLR Digit Analysis Handling     CI - Internal Routing States     CL - Calling Line Identity Handling     CM - Charging Modification Handling     CP - Call Control Parameters Handling     CR - External Circuit Group and Route States     CT - Call Handling Time Supervision     CU - USSD Analysis Handling (HLR and MSC)     CW - Extended Preanalysis Handling     CY - HLR General Analysis Handling     DA - Internal Communication Channels Handling     DB - Database Handling     DC - Clock Handling     DD - Remote Debugger Session     DE - File Conversion Handling     DF - Memory File Handling     DM - Interrogation of LAPD and SBUS Statistics Meters     DN - Data Link Connection Data and State Handling     DO - Operating System Supervision and Statistics Handling     DP - Preprocessor Memory Handling     DR - Synchronization Unit Handling     DS - Primary Rate Access D-Channel Data Handling     DT - Primary Rate Access D-Channel State Handling     DU - Disk Update Handling     DW - PRIMARY RATE ACCESS D-CHANNEL FOR IUA DATA HANDLING     E2 - Radio Network Controller Parameter Handling in MSS     E3 - NRI and Pool Area Configuration Handling     ED - Cellular Network Controller Handling     EI - Network Location Area Address Handling     EJ - GPRS Network Handling     EK - Zone Code Handling     EL - Location Area Handling     EP - BTS and SA Handling in MSC and MSS     GA - Dynamic Data Handling     GB - Hot Billing Handling     GC - Charging Counters Copy Handling     GD - Day Classes Handling     GE - CDR and Report Saving Handling     GG - Change Groups Handling     GJ - Network Charging Handling     GN - Charging Zones Handling     GO - Charging Counter Output Handling     GR - Charging Monitoring Handling     GS - Dynamic Counter Handling     GT - Detailed Charging Handling     I2 - SSH protocol layer handling     IA - MMI System Authority Handling

    IB     IC     ID     IE     IF     IG     II     IJ     IK     IL     IM     IO     IP     IQ     IR     IS     IT     IU     IV     IW     IX     JD     JF     JG     JH     JI     JL     JM     JN     JO     JP     JS     JU     KI     KS     KU     M6     MA     MB     MC     MD     ME     MG     MH     MI     MJ     MK     ML     MN     MO     MP     MQ     MS     MT     MV     MW     MX     MY     NA     NB - I/O File Backup Command Calendar Handling Disk Command File Execution Disk File Operations Virtual Data Storing Device Handling MML Command Log Handling I/O Configuration Handling Master Key Handling Data Protection Key Handling Mail Handling Magnetic Tape Handling Network User Authority Data Handling Batch Copy Handling Disk Optimization Control Security Reporting Handling I/O Device Working States Terminal Parameters Handling Network Element Access Control Data Handling User Authentication Policy Handling Disk File and Directory Handling Disk File Compression Handling Subscriber Profile Database Configuration Administration Handling User Plane Topology Data Handling Media Gateway Data Handling SIP Parameters Configuration Handling SIP Address Configuration Handling Context Manager Settings Megaco Measurement Handling Extra FQDN Configuration Commands Serving Profile Database Subscriber Handling Common Protocol Parameter Handling SNMP Platform Data Handling User Plane Analysis Handling Special Tools for Advanced Services Advanced Service Facilities Advanced Service Subscribers PIC Modification Handling Authentication Data Handling Basic Service Handling Connection Path Interrogation CCBS Data Handling Equipment Identity Register Handling Operator Determined Barring Handling Multiple Subscribers Handling Home Subscriber Identification Handling HLR and PLMN Parameter Handling Closed User Group Handling IMEI Database Interface Control GPRS Subscriber Data Handling Virtual Subscriber and Attached IMSI Handling Private Numbering Plan Handling Subscriber-related Intelligent Network Services Supplementary Services Handling Subscriber Trace Handling Visiting Subscriber Identification Handling VLR Subscriber and Equipment Trace Handling VLR and PLMN Parameter Handling Profile Handling Global Title Result Handling Global Title Analysis Handling .

Signalling Route State Handling     OA .OSI File Services     QG .Announcement Handling     RC .Interrogation of Auxiliary MTP Statistics Meters     ON .OSI Network Address and NSAP Data Handling     QC .25 Interface Configuration Parameters Handling     RA .Key Database Handling     Q6 .Circuit Group Handling     RD .SS7 Routing Verification Test Handling     OX .IN Protocol Statistics Handling     OB .MAP and SSAP Measurements Handling      OY .OSI Environment Linkage Handling     QN .OSI Access Control Data Handling     QR .Diameter Configuration     OI .Number Modification .Digit Analysis Interrogation     RK .Service Information Data Handling     NR .Signalling Route Set Parameter Handling     NO .    NC .Interrogation of Signalling Network Statistics Meters     OO .Trigger and Service Set Handling     RI .SCCP State Handling     NH .ISUP Screening Mask Handling     OH .MAP Parameter Handling     OS .SCCP Data Handling     NG .SCCP Subsystem State Handling     NI .Analog Terminal Data Handling     QV .Physical Channel State Handling     QT .IPv6 TCP/IP Stack Configuration Handling     Q8 .OSI Environment Application Data Handling     QE .Signalling Link Data Handling     NE .SCCP Calling GT Analysis and Result Handling     NL .Signalling Link Parameter Handling     NP .SCTP Configuration Handling     Q2 .X.O&M Network Handling     QQ .Digit Analysis Handling     RG .SCCP Broadcast Status Handling     OC .IN Protocol Parameter Handling     OF .Digit Analysis Modification     RN .OSI Environment Connectionless Network Service Handling     QF .Ethernet Interface Handling     QK .OSI Statistics Handling     OP .Outgoing Call Barring Analysis Handling     RM .SCCP Screening Handling     OE .Management of Traffic Matrix Measurement for MTP     OL .Signalling Link Set Data Handling     NV .Physical Channel Group Data Handling     QH .Interrogation of Signalling Link Statistics Meters     OM .SCCP Parameter Set Handling     OD .Interrogation of SCCP and TCAP Statistics Meters     OV .TCP/IP Stack Data Handling     QS .Signalling Link State Handling     NM .IP QoS Configuration Handling     QB .IPSec Configuration Handling     Q4 .IP Routing Data Handling     QL .CCS7 Level 3 Parameters Handling     NN .Signalling Network State Interrogation     NF .Virtual Terminal Communication     QX .Physical Channel Data Handling     QD .Signalling Route Set Data Handling     NS .States of SS7 Statistics     OT .

Disclaimer No part of this document may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the copyright owner.1 Target Groups 1 1. The contents of this document are subject to revision without notice due to continued progress in methodology. All rights reserved. 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 Contents Contents 1 Introduction 1 1.    RP     RQ     RR     RS     RT     RU     RV     RW     RX     SA     SD     SG     SV     T2     T6     T8     TB     TC     TD     TE     TF     TG     TK     TL     TM     TN     TO     TP     TR     TT     TU     TW     UD     UE     UF     US     W1     W6 - GSM Special Route Handling Attribute Analysis Handling Route Handling Semipermanent Circuits Time Controlled Routing Area Service Number Handling Origin Analysis Handling Dialling Preanalysis Handling End-of-Selection and Function Analysis Handling Digital Branch Exchange Supplementary Services Digital Branch Exchange Charging PBX Closed User Group Handling User Equipment Specific Behavior Information Database Management Handling Measurement Handling Handover Measurement Object List Handling CAMEL and SIP Protocol Measurement Handling Supervision of Circuit Group Availability Supervision of Disturbances (MSC and HLR) Destination Object Lists Supervision of Circuit Seizure Announcement Object List Circuit Group Object Lists Cell Object Lists Load Observation (MSC) Traffic Measurement Control Unit Object Lists Traffic Observation GSM Measurement Handling (HLR and MSC) Traffic Category Object Lists Supervision of Circuit Seizure Times Field Reporting Field Reporting of Routing Components Diagnostics Handling ECU and DSU Routine Test Handling Echo Canceller Handling Working State and Restart Handling RAB Parameter Handling LAN Device Topology Management Installing an Element Management Application RBS USER GUIDE Copyright © Copyright Ericsson AB 2009. design and manufacturing.2 Prerequisites 1 2 Overview 3 . Ericsson shall have no liability for any error or damage of any kind resulting from the use of this document.

The EM applications are downloaded from the node and installed on the client.1 Handling Addresses in the Connect Window 12 5 Uninstalling EM Applications 13 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 Installing an Element Management Application 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 Introduction 1 Introduction This user guide describes how to install and start an Element Management (EM) Application on a Windows client and how to remove.3 Downloading the EM Installation Package 5 3.5 Using Silent Installation 8 4 Starting an EM Application 11 4. JRE 1. Field Engineer A field engineer uses the Element Manager during visits to a node to perform maintenance. or An EM application is a tool for managing a node.2 Installation Order 5 3.2 Start Methods for the EM Applications 3 3 Installing EM Application 5 3.1 on page 3) and start alternatives for all the EM applications. fault-tracing. For each node. to the client. or repair activities.0 and is included in the JDK 5. see Security for O&M Node Access.1 Target Groups The document is intended mainly for users who want to install and run one or more EM applications on a standalone client in order to manage a node: Installation Engineer An installation engineer uses the Element Manager to install a node and bring it into service.1 Version Handling 3 2.0 packages. Regarding the setup of the EM environment and the O&M infrastructure.1 Supported Client Environment 5 3.sun. 1. . the EM application.0 and J2SE 5.2 Prerequisites The Element Management Applications and the installer require that a Java version 1. The process of installing and starting an EM application is divided in the following steps: Downloading and Installing the Element Manager Applications The EM installation package is downloaded from a web server on the node. This is done by downloading an EM installation package from the node.2.5 from Sun at: http://java. 1. The EM installation package installs a framework that handles the version handling (see Section 2.4 Installing the Installation Package 6 3. The framework for running the EM applications is then installed on the client. see Section 3 on page 5. one or more EM applications are available.5 is also called JRE 5.5 is installed as the Java Runtime Environment (JRE). It can be obtained by downloading JRE 1. 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 1 Installing an Element Management Application 2 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 Overview 2 Overview The following EM applications are available for the RBS: RBS Element Manager RBS Configuration Tools consisting of: ?? Integrate RBS ?? Modify RBS Equipment Configuration An EM application must first be installed on the client.

for example. in order to be able to launch towards both old and new nodes. 2.3 Downloading the EM Installation Package The EM installation package resides on the node and can be downloaded from a web page located on the node. 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 5 Installing an Element Management Application Figure 1 Link for Downloading of the EM Installation Package To download the EM installation package. select where to create the start icons or start links for t he EM applications. Section 4 on page 11 describes what happens when an EM application is started. the EM for a newer system version must also be re-installed. Click the link.2 Start Methods for the EM Applications During installation. On the desktop. perform the following steps: 1. In the quick launch bar. see Figure 1 on page 6. If there is a need to re-install the EM of an earlier node version due to.2 Installation Order If a new version of the EM installation package needs to be installed on the client computer.2 on page 3. In the Start menu. be found in the following location: <http://<ip address to the node>/em/index. (American) English Version Windows 2000. afterwards. Select a directory and save the installation package. see Section 2. The EM installation package only needs to be installed once for each RBS software release. (American) English Version Windows XP. an error correction delivery. Follow the instructions during the installation. 3. be installed as specified below. for example. 3. it is important to comply with the following prescribed installation order: The EM for an older system version must be installed before an EM for a newer system version.1 Supported Client Environment Table 1 on page 5 describes the supported operating system versions. (American) English Version 3.1 Version Handling An EM installation of a certain software version can be used to connect to nodes with the same or earlier software versions. All the start icons and start links are connected to the start script for the EM application. 2. 4 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 Installing EM Application 3 Installing EM Application This section describes how to download the EM installation package and how to install it. Table 1 Supported Operating System Versions Operating System Version Windows Vista.html> A link for downloading the Element Management installation package is available on the web page. for example. Service Pack 2. The web page can. so that the correct EM version executes for each node. A new window is opened and you are asked to save the installation package. The following options are available: 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 3 Installing an Element Management Application The start icons for the EM applications can.Starting an EM Application Each EM application is started by using an icon or start link. . 2. Version handling is performed automatically.

click Previous. see Figure 1 on page 6 .3. This means that everything in the installation package will be installed on the client. An Ericsson folder will be appended to your input during Using Silent Installation A silent installation can be used to install the EM Applications. Instructions for each step can be found to the right in the window o f the installation program. See Section 1. When asked to choose Java Virtual Machine (Figure 3 on page 8). APP_JAVA_EXEC points to the JRE to be used by the installed applications. The installer program automatically looks in the directory in which it resides for a file called installer. USER_INSTALL_DIR set the variable to the directory where the EM Applications are to be installed. To go back to the previo us step. This enables an installer program to execute automatically in the background. If a correct Java version is installed on the client.0_12\\bin\\java.4 Installing the Installation Package The next step is to install the EM Applications on the client by double-clicking the downloaded file. make sure to select a Java Runtime Environment version 1. by clicking on the View link in the Instructions column next to the download links. 3.5. Click Install to start the installation.2 on page 1 for information on how to obtain the correct Java version. You are guided through the installation by the installation wizard.2 on page 3 . see Figure 2 on page 7. You can also specify a properties file for the installer to use by specifying the following command line option: -f /path/to/properties file The following variables must be set when running in silent mode: INSTALLER_UI set the variable to silent. Information about how to perform the installation is available on the web page. Application shortcuts will be placed in the Start menu under the Program Group EM Applications. You must first set the variables to be used by the installer program i n the properties file. not visible to the user. see Section 2. 8 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 Installing EM Application Only a complete install can be performed during silent mode. to invoke the silent installation.exe Example 1 Contents of the properties file 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 9 Installing an Element Management Application 10 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 Starting an EM Application 4 Starting an EM Application Start an EM application by using a start icon or link. 6 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 Installing EM Application Figure 2 The Start Page in the Installation Program To go to the next step in the installation. INSTALLER_UI=silent USER_INSTALL_DIR=C:\\Documents and Settings\\userid APP_JAVA_EXEC=C:\\Java\\j2re1. The installation is divided into steps. Element Management Applications. click Search for Others to scan the client for other versions. click Next. 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 7 Installing an Element Management Application Figure 3 Choose Java Virtual Machine page As the last step before the installation starts a Pre-Installation Summary is displayed. but not displayed here.5.

126 RXI 126.dat. When selecting a node. Enter the address to the node in the Address field or select a bookmarked address in the list. see Figure 4 on page 11. the contents are sorted in alphanumerical order. This is further described in Section 4.1.dat 12 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 Uninstalling EM Applications . see Figure 4 on page 11. Use the start link or start icon created on your client to start the EM application. LF. The address is added to the list that is currently displayed. To help find an address in the displayed list. that can be selected from the corresponding tab control. The address must not contain space or semicolon. 3. Norrtälje Example 2 Example of the Address List Format in visited. click Add. The EM application is now started and ready to be used.). Click Connect to connect to the node.. and then clicking Connect. the address can be given in the following ways: By searching and selecting the address from one of the lists of addresses. The Connect to Network Element window is displayed. The name and comment fields are restricted to printable characters except semicolon (.1 Handling Addresses in the Connect Window The Connect to Network Element window. To remove an address from the currently displayed list. The search is case-insensitive. To start an EM Application. see Security for O&M Node Access. The favorites list is stored in visited_favorites.1 Preparing an Address List An address list can be prepared in advance by scripting. By typing the address in the first text field.127. Each line is delimited by carriage return. <user home>/Ericsson/visited. It is possible to add a name and a comment to the address.125. and line feed.124. The address then appears in the Address field. Note: Regarding the setup of the EM environment and the O&M infrastructure. CR. The window is displayed after a start link or start icon has been selected to start an EM application. By clicking on each column heading. The software for the EM applications may need to be updated.126. the new version of the software is automatically downloaded from the node. The location of the start icon or start link is selected during the installation . select the address and click Remove. 125. showing only the addresses beginning with the entered characters. see Example 2 on page 12.1 on page 12. 4. the Address field. Search criteria can be entered in any of the tex t fields below the table. To save an address in any of the lists. Figure 4 The Connect to Network Element Window 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 11 Installing an Element Management Application 4.dat in the same directory. The format is: <address><space><name><semicolon><comment>. Characters entered in the Address field are compared character-by-chara cter to the first column of the list. a number of sort and search functions are available.128 test RBS. The search function in the Name and Comment fields filters the list content to the occurrences of those lines containing the entered substring anywhere in the respective column. The address list is stored in the file. perform the following steps: 1. Click Connect. although the search works in slightly different ways. The window contains two address lists: All Nodes and Favorites. If an update is necessary. is used when connecting to a node. 4. Näs 125. 3 Main Street. 2.

To uninstall EM applications. click Previous. Instructions for each step can be foun d to the right in the window of the uninstallation program. perform the following steps: 1. 4/1553-LZA 701 6003 Uen A 2009-04-16 13 . The uninstallation wizard. As a last step before the uninstallation starts. The uninstallation removes the application and other files that were created during the installation. Uninstall Element_Management_Applications. To go to the next step in the uninstallation.5 Uninstalling EM Applications This section describes how to uninstall all or selected Element Management applications from the client. Open Add/Remove Programs from the Control Panel by double-clicking on the icon. Figure 5 The Start Page in the Uninstallation Program You are guided through the uninstallation by the uninstallation wizard. Select EM applications from the list and click Change/Remove. click Next. is started. Uninstall_Element_Management_Applications. The uninstallation is divided into steps. 2. see Figure 5 on page 13. see Figure 5 on page 13. 3. To go back to the previous step. click Uninstall.

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