WCDMA RAN

One Tunnel Feature Parameter
Description
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Date 2013-04-28
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Contents
1 Introduction....................................................................................................................................1
1.1 Scope..............................................................................................................................................................................1
1.2 Intended Audience..........................................................................................................................................................1
1.3 Change History...............................................................................................................................................................1
2 Overview.........................................................................................................................................3
3 Technical Description...................................................................................................................6
3.1 Working Principles.........................................................................................................................................................6
3.2 Impact on NEs and Interfaces.........................................................................................................................................7
3.2.1 Impact on the RNC......................................................................................................................................................8
3.2.2 Impact on the SGSN, GGSN, and S-GW....................................................................................................................8
3.2.3 Impact on Interfaces....................................................................................................................................................8
4 Related Features.............................................................................................................................9
5 Impact on the Network...............................................................................................................10
6 Engineering Guidelines.............................................................................................................11
6.1 When to Use One Tunnel.............................................................................................................................................12
6.2 Information to Be Collected.........................................................................................................................................12
6.3 Network Planning.........................................................................................................................................................12
6.4 Deployment..................................................................................................................................................................12
6.4.1 Deployment Requirements........................................................................................................................................12
6.4.2 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................13
6.4.3 Precautions.................................................................................................................................................................14
6.4.4 Feature Activation.....................................................................................................................................................14
6.4.5 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................15
6.4.6 Deactivation...............................................................................................................................................................17
6.4.7 Example.....................................................................................................................................................................17
6.5 Parameter Optimization................................................................................................................................................17
6.6 Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................................................17
6.6.1 Iu-PS in Non-pooled Mode........................................................................................................................................17
6.6.2 Iu-PS in Pooled Mode................................................................................................................................................17
7 Parameters.....................................................................................................................................19
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8 Counters........................................................................................................................................33
9 Glossary.........................................................................................................................................34
10 Reference Documents...............................................................................................................35
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1 Introduction
1.1 Scope
This document describes WRFD-020111 One Tunnel, including its technical principles, related
features, network impact, and engineering guidelines.
1.2 Intended Audience
This document is intended for personnel who:
l Need to understand the features described herein
l Work with Huawei products
1.3 Change History
This section provides information about the changes in different document versions. There are
two types of changes, which are defined as follows:
l Feature change
Changes in features of a specific product version
l Editorial change
Changes in wording or addition of information that was not described in the earlier version
01 (2013-04-28)
This issue does not include any changes.
Draft A (2013-01-30)
Compared with Issue 02 (2012-07-20) of RAN14.0, Draft A (2013-01-30) of RAN15.0 includes
the following changes.
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Change Type Change Description Parameter Change
Feature change None None
Editorial change Optimized the description of
One Tunnel between the
RNC and GGSN. For details,
see 2 Overview.
None
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2 Overview
Since packet-switched (PS) services in Wideband Code Division Multiple Access (WCDMA)
networks are booming and the High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) and High Speed
Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) techniques are now widely applied, network operators are more
and more interested in finding more efficient ways to process PS user-plane data and reduce the
user-plane delay. One Tunnel, available since 7.2 Tunnel Management Messages in 3GPP
TS29.274 V10.5.0, is ideal for addressing this issue.
The One Tunnel feature allows user-plane data to be transmitted between the RNC and GGSN
through a single tunnel. As a result, the user-plane data does not need to go through two tunnels,
which are between the RNC and the Serving GPRS Support Node (SGSN) and between the
SGSN and GGSN, separately. With One Tunnel, user-plane data does not pass through the SGSN
although control-plane data still passes through the SGSN. Figure 2-1 shows how One Tunnel
works for data transmission between the RNC and GGSN.
Figure 2-1 Data transmission between the RNC and GGSN when One Tunnel is applied
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NOTE
In the figure, the solid blue line indicates the tunnel for user-plane data and the dotted blue lines indicate
the tunnels for control-plane data.
In UMTS and LTE (UL) interoperability scenarios, the S-GW serves as the anchor point for PS
user-plane data. By using the S12 interface introduced in 7.2 Tunnel Management Messages in
3GPP TS29.274 V10.5.0, a direct tunnel for transmitting PS user-plane data can be established
between the RNC and S-GW. This tunnel is referred to as S12 One Tunnel. With S12 One Tunnel,
user-plane data does not pass through the SGSN although control-plane data still passes through
the SGSN. Figure 2-2 shows how S12 One Tunnel works for data transmission between the
RNC and S-GW.
Figure 2-2 Data transmission between the RNC and S-GW when S12 One Tunnel is applied
NOTE
In the figure, the solid blue lines indicate the tunnels for user-plane data and the dotted blue lines indicate
the tunnels for control-plane data.
The SGSN determines whether the One Tunnel feature is used. In addition, the SGSN checks
whether the interface is the Gn/Gp interface or the S4 interface to determine whether the data
should be sent to the S-GW or the GGSN. The GGSN sends the IP address and tunnel endpoint
identifier (TEID) of the GGSN or S-GW to the RNC using the RAB Assignment Request
message. The RNC only needs to send the data about this service connection to the IP address
and TEID specified in the RAB Assignment Request message.
One Tunnel applies to IP over Iu-PS networking and provides the following benefits:
l Reduced capital expenditure and operating expense.
One Tunnel enables operators to reduce the expenses related to SGSN user-plane resources.
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l Easier capacity expansion.
Operators only need to expand the user-plane capacity of the RNC and GGSN or S-GW to
process more PS traffic. In comparison with the SGSN, these devices are easier to upgrade
and expand.
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3 Technical Description
3.1 Working Principles
In WCDMA networks, the PS user-plane data normally needs to pass through the SGSN, which
is connected to the GGSN and RNC through two separate tunnels. As the PS traffic volume
grows, the user-plane capacity of the SGSN can easily become a bottleneck for service
processing. One Tunnel solves this problem by establishing a direct tunnel between the RNC
and GGSN so that PS user-plane data no longer passes through the SGSN. Figure 3-1 shows
One Tunnel between the RNC and GGSN.
Figure 3-1 One Tunnel between the RNC and GGSN
NOTE
In the figure, the solid red lines indicate the tunnels for user-plane data and the dotted red lines indicate
the tunnels for control-plane data.
One Tunnel between the RNC and S-GW over the S12 interface applies to UL interoperability
scenarios. With this feature, PS user-plane data is transmitted between the RNC and S-GW
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without passing through the SGSN. As a result, the increased PS traffic volume does not impose
any burden on the SGSN.
One Tunnel complies with the GPRS Tunneling Protocol for User Plane (GTP-U). Figure 3-2
and Figure 3-3 show the user-plane protocol stack for two-tunnel cases and One Tunnel,
respectively.
Figure 3-2 User-plane protocol stack for two-tunnel cases
Figure 3-3 User-plane protocol stack for One Tunnel
The control-plane protocol stack is the same for both two-tunnel cases and One Tunnel. Control-
plane data still passes through the SGSN.
With or without One Tunnel, the SGSN is responsible for mobility management. For example,
when a UE roams to an area served by another RNC, the SGSN changes the user-plane tunnel
between the RNC and GGSN or S-GW.
For BSC6900, the SGSNFLG parameter specifies whether to use One Tunnel. Value NO
indicates One Tunnel is used and value YES indicates One Tunnel is not used.
3.2 Impact on NEs and Interfaces
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3.2.1 Impact on the RNC
In RAN14.0, a new feature Transmission Resource Pool in RNC/BSC is available. With this
feature, the Iu-PS interface works in either pooled mode or non-pooled mode. One Tunnel has
different requirements for each of these modes:
l When Iu-PS works in non-pooled mode, an IP path between the RNC and GGSN or S-GW
must be configured, and the Ping detection function needs to be enabled on this IP path.
l When Iu-PS works in pooled mode, One Tunnel has no impact on the RNC.
When Iu-PS works in pooled mode, the Iu-PS interface boards form a pool and peer network
elements (NEs) can be connected to any of the boards in the pool. This scenario does not require
IP paths between the RNC and connected peer NEs. For more details, see the Transmission
Resource Pool in RNC Feature Parameter Description.
3.2.2 Impact on the SGSN, GGSN, and S-GW
Impact on the SGSN
l The SGSN configurations must support One Tunnel between the RNC and GGSN or S-
GW.
l The RAB ASSIGNMENT REQUEST messages from the SGSN must carry the IP address
of the GGSN or S-GW.
Impact on the GGSN
The GGSN must support One Tunnel.
Impact on the S-GW
The S-GW must support the S12 interface.
3.2.3 Impact on Interfaces
One Tunnel affects the Iu-PS interface as follows:
l The IP address of the SGSN for user-plane data transmission in the RAB ASSIGNMENT
REQUEST messages must be replaced with the IP address of the GGSN or S-GW for user-
plane data transmission.
l The number of Iu-PS signaling points remains unchanged.
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4 Related Features
Required Features
WRFD-050409 IP Transmission Introduction on Iu Interface
Mutually Exclusive Features
None
Impacted Features
None
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5 Impact on the Network
System Capacity
No impact.
Network Performance
No impact.
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6 Engineering Guidelines
Note that the engineering guidelines for Iu-PS in pooled mode are different from those for Iu-
PS in non-pooled mode.
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6.1 When to Use One Tunnel
Note that the engineering guidelines for Iu-PS in pooled mode are different from those for Iu-
PS in non-pooled mode.
6.2 Information to Be Collected
For Iu-PS in non-pooled mode, the IP address of the GGSN or S-GW must be obtained.
For Iu-PS in pooled mode, no information needs to be collected.
6.3 Network Planning
Network Topology
The Iu-PS interface must use IP transmission, and the RNC, SGSN, and GGSN (or S-GW) must
be connected.
Hardware Planning
No hardware planning is required.
6.4 Deployment
6.4.1 Deployment Requirements
l Dependencies on Other Features
– WRFD-050409 IP Transmission Introduction on Iu Interface
l License
The license " One Tunnel " on the RNC side has been activated. For details about how to activate
the license, see License Management Feature Parameter Description.
Feature ID Feature Name License
Control Item
NE Sales Unit
WRFD- 020111 One Tunnel One Tunnel RNC Mbps

l The peer devices must meet the following requirements:
– To support One Tunnel between the RNC and GGSN, the GGSN and SGSN must
support One Tunnel.
– To support One Tunnel between the RNC and S-GW, the S-GW must support the S12
interface.
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l Others
– The Iu-PS control-plane data must be configured.
6.4.2 Data Preparation
For Iu-PS in pooled mode, no data preparation is required.
For Iu-PS in non-pooled mode, data related to the Iu-PS adjacent node and IP path needs to be
prepared.Table 6-1 and Table 6-2 list the related parameters. The GGSN is the adjacent node
for One Tunnel between the RNC and GGSN, and the S-GW is the adjacent node for S12 One
Tunnel.
In the following tables, "-" indicates that there are no special requirements for data configuration
and users can configure the data as needed.
Table 6-1 Parameters related to the adjacent node (in the ADD ADJNODE command)
Parameter Name Parameter ID Description Data Source
Adjacent Node ID ANI
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)
- Internal plan
Adjacent Node
Name
NAME
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)
-
Adjacent Node Type NODET
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)
Set this parameter to
IUPS.
SGSN FLAG SGSNFLG Set this parameter to
NO.
Transport Type TRANST
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)
Set this parameter to
IP.

Table 6-2 Parameters related to the IP path (in the ADD IPPATH command)
Parameter Name Parameter ID Description Data Source
Adjacent Node ID ANI - Internal plan
IP path ID PATHID -
Interface Type ITFT Set this parameter to
IUPS.
IP path type PATHT - Network plan
Local IP address IPADDR -
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Parameter Name Parameter ID Description Data Source
Peer IP address PEERIPADDR -
Forward Bandwidth TXBW -
Backward
Bandwidth
RXBW -

6.4.3 Precautions
None.
6.4.4 Feature Activation
Note that the feature activation/initial configuration for Iu-PS in pooled mode is different from
that for Iu-PS in non-pooled mode.
NOTE
This feature cannot be configured using the CME.
Iu-PS in Non-pooled Mode
Perform the following steps to activate or initially configure One Tunnel between the RNC and
GGSN:
Step 1 Run the ADD ADJNODE command to add the GGSN as the adjacent node. In this step, set
parameters as follows:
l Set Adjacent Node Type to IUPS so that the node type is set to Iu PS.
l Set Transport Type to IP so that the transport type is IP.
l Set SGSN FLAG to NO. Depending on the configured adjacent node, set the parameter to
GGSN or S-GW.
Step 2 Run the ADD IPPATH command to add a user-plane IP path. In this step, set the
PEERIPADDR parameter to the IP address of the GGSN or S-GW.
Step 3 Optional: If layer 3 networking is deployed between the RNC and the peer node, run the MML
command ADD IPRT to add an IP route.
----End
NOTE
On the SGSN, GGSN, or S-GW side, you can run associated commands to check whether the feature One
Tunnel is supported.
The feature activation procedure for One Tunnel between the RNC and S-GW is the same as
that for One Tunnel between the RNC and GGSN for Iu-PS in non-pooled mode. The first step
can be skipped if the license has been activated for One Tunnel between the RNC and GGSN.
This is because One Tunnel between the RNC and S-GW uses the same license as One Tunnel
between the RNC and GGSN.
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Iu-PS in Pooled Mode
The feature does not need to be activated.
6.4.5 Activation Observation
Iu-PS in Non-pooled Mode
Perform the following steps to check whether One Tunnel has been activated:
Step 1 On the LMT, start signaling tracing over the Iu interface. For details, see Tracing Messages on
the Iu Interface.
Figure 6-1 Setting Iu interface tracing
Step 2 Use a UE to start a PS service.
Step 3 In the Iu interface tracing data, check the information element transportLayerAddress in the
RANAP_RAB_ASSIGNMENT_REQ message.
Figure 6-2 Iu interface tracing
Step 4 If the value of the information element transportLayerAddress is the IP address configured
for the GGSN or S-GW during transmission resources configuration, this feature has been
activated.
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Figure 6-3 IP address configured for the GGSN or S-GW
----End
Alternatively, you can analyze the counters related to traffic flow and packet loss conditions on
the IP path to check the running status of One Tunnel. Table 6-3 lists the related counters.
Table 6-3 Counters related to traffic flow and packet loss conditions on the IP path
Counter Name Description
VS.IPPATH.IPLAYER.TXPACKETS Number of Packets Transmitted at the IP
Layer of an IP Path
VS.IPPATH.IPLAYER.TXBYTES Number of Bytes Transmitted at the IP Layer
of an IP Path
VS.IPPATH.IPLAYER.TXDROPPACK-
ETS
Number of Packets Discarded in
Transmission at the IP Layer of an IP Path
VS.IPPATH.IPLAYER.TXDROPBYTES Number of Bytes Discarded in Transmission
at the IP Layer of an IP Path
VS.IPPATH.IPLAYER.RXPACKETS Number of Packets Received at the IP Layer
of an IP Path
VS.IPPATH.IPLAYER.RXBYTES Number of Bytes Received at the IP Layer of
an IP Path
VS.IPPATH.IPLAYER.RXDROPPACK-
ETS
Number of Packets Discarded in Reception at
the IP Layer of an IP Path
VS.IPPATH.IPLAYER.RXDROPBYTES Number of Bytes Discarded in Reception at
the IP Layer of an IP Path
VS.IPPATH.IPLAYER.PEAK.TXRATE Maximum Transmit Rate of an IP Path at the
IP Layer
VS.IPPATH.IPLAYER.MEAN.TX Mean Transmit Rate of an IP Path at the IP
Layer
VS.IPPATH.IPLAYER.PEAK.RXRATE Maximum Receive Rate of an IP Path at the
IP Layer
VS.IPPATH.IPLAYER.MEAN.RX Mean Receive Rate of an IP Path at the IP
Layer
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Iu-PS in Pooled Mode
Perform the following step to check whether One Tunnel has been activated:
Step 1 Run the DSP ADJNODE command and enter the adjacent node ID of the SGSN. The expected
result is that Operation state is Available.
----End
6.4.6 Deactivation
For Iu-PS in non-pooled mode, you can also run the RMV ADJNODE command with ANI
(BSC6900,BSC6910) set to the adjacent node ID of the GGSN or S-GW to deactivate One
Tunnel.Example
6.4.7 Example
//Activation procedure:
//Adding an adjacent node
ADD ADJNODE: ANI=0, NAME="S-GW NAME", NODET=IUPS, TRANST=IP, ISIPPOOL=NO,
SGSNFLG=NO;
/Adding an IP path for the adjacent node
ADD IPPATH: ANI=0, PATHID=1, ITFT=IUPS, PATHT=BE, IPADDR="80.1.1.1",
PEERIPADDR="10.161.0.1", PEERMASK="255.255.255.0", TXBW=1000, RXBW=1000;
//Adding a layer 3 route to this adjacent node
ADD IPRT: SRN=0, SN=14, DSTIP="10.161.0.1", DSTMASK="255.255.255.0",
NEXTHOP="80.1.1.10", PRIORITY=HIGH, REMARK="TO S-GW ROUTE";

//Deactivation procedure:
RMV ADJNODE: ANI=0;
6.5 Parameter Optimization
None.
6.6 Troubleshooting
6.6.1 Iu-PS in Non-pooled Mode
For Iu-PS in non-pooled mode, the RNC provides the Ping detection function to check the
connectivity of the IP path between the RNC and GGSN or S-GW. The ALM-21392 Adjacent
Node IP Address Ping Failure is reported if the Iu-PS interface is faulty.
To enable the Ping detection function, run the ADD ADJNODE command with CHECKT set
to ENABLED.
6.6.2 Iu-PS in Pooled Mode
For Iu-PS in pooled mode, the RNC provides the Ping detection function to check the
connectivity between the RNC and GGSN or S-GW. If the transmission between the RNC and
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GGSN or S-GW is faulty, the ALM-21393 Adjacent Node IP Path Ping Failure or
ALM-21392 Adjacent Node IP Address Ping Failure is reported.
For details about the Ping detection function in pooled mode, see the Transmission Resource
Pool in RNC Feature Parameter Description.
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7 Parameters
Table 7-1 Parameter description
Parameter ID NE MML
Command
Feature ID Feature Name Description
SGSNFLG BSC6900 ADD
ADJNODE
WRFD-020111 One Tunnel Meaning:This
parameter
specifies
whether the
RNC is
connected to an
SGSN, a GGSN,
or an S-GW.
This parameter
is valid when the
node type is set
to IUPS. A
parameter value
YES indicates
that the RNC is
connected to a
SGSN. A
parameter value
NO indicates
that the RNC is
connected to a
GGSN or an S-
GW.
GUI Value
Range:NO
(GGSN or S-
GW), YES
(SGSN)
Unit:None
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Parameter ID NE MML
Command
Feature ID Feature Name Description
Actual Value
Range:NO, YES
Default
Value:None
ANI BSC6900 ADD
ADJNODE
MOD
ADJNODE
RMV
ADJNODE
WRFD-050301
04
WRFD-050403
WRFD-050404
WRFD-021305
01
WRFD-140207
WRFD-140208
Dynamic AAL2
Connections in
Iub/IuCS/Iur
Interface
Hybrid Iub IP
Transmission
ATM/IP Dual
Stack Node B
Dedicated Iub
Transmission
Control
Iu/Iur
Transmission
Resource Pool
in RNC
Iub
Transmission
Resource Pool
in RNC
Meaning:Uniqu
ely identifies an
adjacent node.
Adjacent nodes
are uniquely but
not necessarily
consecutively
numbered
within a RNC.
GUI Value
Range:0~65534
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:0~65534
Default
Value:None
ANI BSC6910 ADD
ADJNODE
MOD
ADJNODE
RMV
ADJNODE
WRFD-050301
04
WRFD-150243
WRFD-150244
Dynamic AAL2
Connections in
Iub/IuCS/Iur
Interface
Iub IP
Transmission
Based on
Dynamic Load
Balance
Iu/Iur IP
Transmission
Based on
Dynamic Load
Balance
Meaning:Uniqu
ely identifies an
adjacent node.
Adjacent nodes
are uniquely but
not necessarily
consecutively
numbered
within a RNC.
GUI Value
Range:0~65534
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:0~65534
Default
Value:None
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Parameter ID NE MML
Command
Feature ID Feature Name Description
NAME BSC6900 ADD
ADJNODE
MOD
ADJNODE
WRFD-050301
04
WRFD-050403
WRFD-050404
WRFD-021305
01
WRFD-140207
WRFD-140208
Dynamic AAL2
Connections in
Iub/IuCS/Iur
Interface
Hybrid Iub IP
Transmission
ATM/IP Dual
Stack Node B
Dedicated Iub
Transmission
Control
Iu/Iur
Transmission
Resource Pool
in RNC
Iub
Transmission
Resource Pool
in RNC
Meaning:Name
of the adjacent
node.
GUI Value
Range:1~64
characters
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:1~64
characters
Default
Value:None
NAME BSC6910 ADD
ADJNODE
MOD
ADJNODE
WRFD-050301
04
WRFD-150243
WRFD-150244
Dynamic AAL2
Connections in
Iub/IuCS/Iur
Interface
Iub IP
Transmission
Based on
Dynamic Load
Balance
Iu/Iur IP
Transmission
Based on
Dynamic Load
Balance
Meaning:Name
of the adjacent
node.
GUI Value
Range:1~64
characters
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:1~64
characters
Default
Value:None
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Parameter ID NE MML
Command
Feature ID Feature Name Description
NODET BSC6900 ADD
ADJNODE
MOD
ADJNODE
WRFD-050301
04
WRFD-050403
WRFD-050404
WRFD-021305
01
WRFD-140207
WRFD-140208
Dynamic AAL2
Connections in
Iub/IuCS/Iur
Interface
Hybrid Iub IP
Transmission
ATM/IP Dual
Stack Node B
Dedicated Iub
Transmission
Control
Iu/Iur
Transmission
Resource Pool
in RNC
Iub
Transmission
Resource Pool
in RNC
Meaning:Type
of the adjacent
node.
GUI Value
Range:IUB(Iub
Interface), IUR
(Iur Interface),
IUCS(Iu-CS
Interface), IUPS
(Iu-PS
Interface),
UNI_AAL2SW
ITCH(the
adjacent node of
the ATM switch
on the Iub
interface),
NNI_AAL2SW
ITCH(the
adjacent node of
ATM switch on
Iur or Iu-CS
interface)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:IUB,
IUR, IUCS,
IUPS,
UNI_AAL2SW
ITCH,
NNI_AAL2SW
ITCH
Default
Value:None
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Parameter ID NE MML
Command
Feature ID Feature Name Description
NODET BSC6910 ADD
ADJNODE
MOD
ADJNODE
WRFD-050301
04
WRFD-150243
WRFD-150244
Dynamic AAL2
Connections in
Iub/IuCS/Iur
Interface
Iub IP
Transmission
Based on
Dynamic Load
Balance
Iu/Iur IP
Transmission
Based on
Dynamic Load
Balance
Meaning:Type
of the adjacent
node.
GUI Value
Range:IUB(Iub
Interface), IUR
(Iur Interface),
IUCS(Iu-CS
Interface), IUPS
(Iu-PS
Interface),
UNI_AAL2SW
ITCH(the
adjacent node of
the ATM switch
on the Iub
interface),
NNI_AAL2SW
ITCH(the
adjacent node of
ATM switch on
Iur or Iu-CS
interface)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:IUB,
IUR, IUCS,
IUPS,
UNI_AAL2SW
ITCH,
NNI_AAL2SW
ITCH
Default
Value:None
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Parameter ID NE MML
Command
Feature ID Feature Name Description
TRANST BSC6900 ADD
ADJNODE
MOD
ADJNODE
WRFD-050301
04
WRFD-050403
WRFD-050404
WRFD-021305
01
WRFD-140207
WRFD-140208
Dynamic AAL2
Connections in
Iub/IuCS/Iur
Interface
Hybrid Iub IP
Transmission
ATM/IP Dual
Stack Node B
Dedicated Iub
Transmission
Control
Iu/Iur
Transmission
Resource Pool
in RNC
Iub
Transmission
Resource Pool
in RNC
Meaning:Trans-
port type.
GUI Value
Range:ATM
(ATM), IP(IP),
ATM_IP(ATM
and IP),
HYBRID_IP
(HYBRID IP)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:ATM, IP,
ATM_IP,
HYBRID_IP
Default
Value:None
TRANST BSC6910 ADD
ADJNODE
MOD
ADJNODE
WRFD-050301
04
WRFD-050404
WRFD-021305
01
Dynamic AAL2
Connections in
Iub/IuCS/Iur
Interface
ATM/IP Dual
Stack Node B
Dedicated Iub
Transmission
Control
Meaning:Trans-
port type.
GUI Value
Range:ATM
(ATM), IP(IP),
ATM_IP(ATM
and IP)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:ATM, IP,
ATM_IP
Default
Value:None
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Parameter ID NE MML
Command
Feature ID Feature Name Description
ANI BSC6900 ADD IPPATH
MOD IPPATH
RMV IPPATH
WRFD-050301
04
WRFD-050403
WRFD-050404
WRFD-021305
01
WRFD-140207
WRFD-140208
Dynamic AAL2
Connections in
Iub/IuCS/Iur
Interface
Hybrid Iub IP
Transmission
ATM/IP Dual
Stack Node B
Dedicated Iub
Transmission
Control
Iu/Iur
Transmission
Resource Pool
in RNC
Iub
Transmission
Resource Pool
in RNC
Meaning:Uniqu
ely identifies an
adjacent node.
Adjacent nodes
are uniquely but
not necessarily
consecutively
numbered
within a RNC.
GUI Value
Range:0~65534
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:0~65534
Default
Value:None
PATHID BSC6900 ADD IPPATH
MOD IPPATH
RMV IPPATH
WRFD-050402 IP Transmission
Introduction on
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Meaning:Uniqu
ely identifies an
IP path.
GUI Value
Range:0~65535
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:0~65535
Default
Value:None
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Parameter ID NE MML
Command
Feature ID Feature Name Description
ITFT BSC6900 ADD IPPATH
MOD IPPATH
WRFD-050403
WRFD-050404
WRFD-050408
WRFD-050424
WRFD-021305
01
Hybrid Iub IP
Transmission
ATM/IP Dual
Stack Node B
Overbooking on
IP Transmission
Traffic Priority
Mapping onto
Transmission
Resources
Dedicated Iub
Transmission
Control
Meaning:Type
of the adjacent
node.
GUI Value
Range:IUB(Iub
Interface), IUR
(Iur Interface),
IUCS(Iu-CS
Interface), IUPS
(Iu-PS
Interface)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:IUB,
IUR, IUCS,
IUPS
Default
Value:None
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Parameter ID NE MML
Command
Feature ID Feature Name Description
PATHT BSC6900 ADD IPPATH WRFD-050402
WRFD-050403
WRFD-050404
IP Transmission
Introduction on
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Hybrid Iub IP
Transmission
ATM/IP Dual
Stack Node B
Meaning:This
parameter
specifies the
type of an IP
path. It indicates
the priority of
the user plane
data that is
carried on the IP
path. The
mapping
between the
priority of the
user plane data
and IP path is
configured
through the
"ADD
TRMMAP"
command. An IP
path is of either
the QoS type or
the non-QoS
type. For
example, the IP
paths used to
carry BE data,
AF data, and EF
data are all of the
non-QoS type.
Different data
can share the
bandwidth of a
QoS-type IP
path. The
bandwidth of a
non-QoS type IP
path, however,
cannot be
shared. IP path
in hybrid IP
transmission can
be further
categorized into
high-priority IP
path and low-
priority IP path
(identified as
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Parameter ID NE MML
Command
Feature ID Feature Name Description
LQ_xx). When
the bearing type
of the physical
port is PPP or
MP, the IP path
is recommended
to be configured
as a high-
priority path.
When the
physical port is
an Ethernet port,
the IP path is
recommended to
be configured as
a low-priority
path. For the
non-QoS type IP
path, the priority
of EF data is
higher than that
of AF data,
which in turn is
higher than that
of BE data. The
actual priority of
user plane data,
however, is set
through the
"SET
PHBMAP"
command.
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),
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Parameter ID NE MML
Command
Feature ID Feature Name Description
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)
Unit:None
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,
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Parameter ID NE MML
Command
Feature ID Feature Name Description
LQ_AF23,
LQ_AF31,
LQ_AF32,
LQ_AF33,
LQ_AF41,
LQ_AF42,
LQ_AF43,
LQ_EF
Default
Value:None
IPADDR BSC6900 ADD IPPATH WRFD-050402
WRFD-050403
WRFD-050404
MRFD-211501
MRFD-211502
MRFD-211504
IP Transmission
Introduction on
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Hybrid Iub IP
Transmission
ATM/IP Dual
Stack Node B
IP-Based Multi-
mode Co-
Transmission on
BS side(GBTS)
IP-Based BSC
and RNC Co-
Transmission on
MBSC Side
TDM-Based
Multi-mode Co-
Transmission
via Backplane
on BS side
(GBTS)
Meaning:Local
IP address of an
IP path. The
local IP address
must be the
configured IP
address
(including the IP
address and port
address of the
interface board).
GUI Value
Range:Valid IP
Address
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:Valid IP
Address
Default
Value:None
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Parameter ID NE MML
Command
Feature ID Feature Name Description
PEERIPADDR BSC6900 ADD IPPATH WRFD-050402
WRFD-050403
WRFD-050404
IP Transmission
Introduction on
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Hybrid Iub IP
Transmission
ATM/IP Dual
Stack Node B
Meaning:The
peer IP address
should not be the
same as the local
address.
GUI Value
Range:Valid IP
Address
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:Valid IP
Address
Default
Value:None
TXBW BSC6900 ADD IPPATH
MOD IPPATH
WRFD-050402
WRFD-050403
WRFD-050404
IP Transmission
Introduction on
Iub Interface
Hybrid Iub IP
Transmission
ATM/IP Dual
Stack Node B
Meaning:Trans
mit bandwidth.
GUI Value
Range:
1~3000000
Unit:kbit/s
Actual Value
Range:
1~3000000
Default
Value:None
RXBW BSC6900 ADD IPPATH
MOD IPPATH
WRFD-050402
WRFD-050403
WRFD-050404
IP Transmission
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Hybrid Iub IP
Transmission
ATM/IP Dual
Stack Node B
Meaning:Receiv
e bandwidth.
GUI Value
Range:
1~3000000
Unit:kbit/s
Actual Value
Range:
1~3000000
Default
Value:None
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Parameter ID NE MML
Command
Feature ID Feature Name Description
CHECKT BSC6900 ADD IPPATH
MOD IPPATH
WRFD-050402
WRFD-050409
WRFD-050410
IP Transmission
Introduction on
Iub Interface
IP Transmission
Introduction on
Iu Interface
IP Transmission
Introduction on
Iur Interface
Meaning:This
parameter is
used to set IP
path check type.
GUI Value
Range:UDP
(UDP), ICMP
(ICMP)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:UDP,
ICMP
Default
Value:ICMP
(ICMP)
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8 Counters
There are no specific counters associated with this feature.
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9 Glossary
For the acronyms, abbreviations, terms, and definitions, see the Glossary.
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10 Reference Documents
1. Transmission Resource Pool in RNC Feature Parameter Description
2. License Management Feature Parameter Description
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