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OMStar V500R010 Data Collection Guide


For Internal Use Only

Prepared By

Han Haowei (employee ID: 00151425)

Date

2014-09-15

Reviewed By

Liu Junwei (employee ID: 00148069)

Date

2014-09-15

Approved By

Wang Qiang (employee ID: 00108055)

Date

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Change History
Date

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Description

Author

2014-10-20

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Guo Hu(employee ID:


00131088)

2014-09-15

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Added the chapter "Internal CHR Data Collection"


and "eNodeb MML Packet Collection".

Han Haowei (employee


ID: 00151425)

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First verison

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Contents
1 OMStar Data Source Overview .................................................................................................. 1
2 General Principles for Data Collection ..................................................................................... 2
2.1 NIC Data Collection ..........................................................................................................................................................2
2.2 Manual Data Collection ....................................................................................................................................................2
2.2.1 BSC/ RNC Configuration Data Co llect ion ..........................................................................................................2
2.2.2 BSC/ RNC Traffic Statistics Collection................................................................................................................5
2.2.3 BSC/ RNC Alarm Log Collection .........................................................................................................................7
2.2.4 BSC/ RNC MML Packet Co llect ion .....................................................................................................................8
2.2.5 BSC/ RNC CHR/M R Data Co llect ion ..................................................................................................................8
2.2.6 BSC/ RNC Operat ion Log Collection .................................................................................................................11
2.2.7 NodeB Configuration Data Collection...............................................................................................................12
2.2.8 NodeB Traffic Statistics Collection (.csv).........................................................................................................13
2.2.9 NodeB Traffic Statistics Collection (.mrf) ........................................................................................................15
2.2.10 NodeB Alarm Log Co llect ion ...........................................................................................................................18
2.2.11 NodeB MM L Co mmand Collection .................................................................................................................22
2.2.12 NodeB License Collection .................................................................................................................................24
2.2.13 Co-Site Information Collection.........................................................................................................................25
2.2.14 eNodeB Configuration Data Co llect ion ..........................................................................................................26
I. Collecting eNodeB Configurat ion Data Using the M2000
II. Co llecting eNodeB Configuration Data Using the NIC (Co -Dep loyed with the M2000)

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2.2.15 eNodeB Traffic Statistics Collection (.mrf) ....................................................................................................35


I. Collecting eNodeB Traffic Statistics Using the M2000
II. Co llecting eNodeB Traffic Statistics Using the NIC (Co-Deployed with the M2000)

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2.2.16 Internal CHR Data Collection ...........................................................................................................................39


2.2.17 eNodeB MML Packet Co llect ion .....................................................................................................................39
2.2.18 LTE SIG Data Co llection Based on the WebNIC ..........................................................................................42
2.2.19 Signaling Tracing ................................................................................................................................................42

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1 OMStar Data Source Overview


The OMStar V500R010 provides comprehensive analysis of NE configuration, traffic statistics, alarm
logs, and MML packets. The collected data must meet the interface specifications of the OMStar. The
following data lists the data types supported by the OMStar.
NE Type

Data

Data Source

Controller (BSC/RNC)

Configuration data

Controller BAM

Traffic statistics

Controller BAM

Alarm logs

Controller BAM

MML packets

WEB LMT

CHR

Controller BAM

MR

Controller BAM

Configuration data

M2000

Traffic statistics

M2000

Alarm logs

M2000

MML packets

M2000

License

M2000

Configuration data

M2000

Traffic statistics

M2000

Alarm logs

M2000

CHR

M2000

MML packets

M2000

NodeB

eNodeB

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2 General Principles for Data Collection


Based on the onsite tool deployment situation, you can use the NIC tool to automatically or manually
collect data. You are advised to use the NIC tool for data collection. If the NIC tool is not available, you
can manually collect the data.

2.1 NIC Data Collection


For details about how to use NIC for data collection, please refer to Data Collection by using the
NIC.docx in OMStar V500R010 Data Collection Guide Attachments.

2.2 Manual Data Collection


This section mainly describes how to manually collect BSC/RNC data and NodeB data required by the
OMStar. For the LTE network mode, as the eNodeB data size is large, you are advised to use NIC for
batch data collection.

2.2.1 BSC/RNC Configuration Data Collection


The BSC/RNC configuration data result files used by the OMStar are MML configuration scripts (*.txt),
which are exported from the BSC/RNC using MML commands.
Step 1 Log in to the WEB LMT and click MML.

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Step 2 Enter and execute the EXP CFGMML command. In the command output, the save directory for
configuration data is displayed.

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Step 3 Start the File Manager tool to download configuration files.

In the File Manager window, find the configuration data in the directory displayed in the EXP
CFGMML command output and click Download to download the files to the local PC.

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2.2.2 BSC/RNC Traffic Statistics Collection


In the File Manager window, BSC and RNC traffic statistics are stored in the
\bam\common\MeasResult directory. The traffic statistics can be directly downloaded. You need to
download only the files whose names contain EMS-NORMAL.

For Neighboring GSM Cell Analys is you need to start the Measurement of Neighboring GSM Cell
Performance by M2000. The operate step as below.
(1) Login M2000 client, and select Performance > Measurement Management.

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(2) Select the Measurement of Neighboring GSM Cell Performance and BSC that you want to
collect, and select all counters in the module of Setting->60 minutes on the right of window. Click
button Apply to start the performance measurement. The performance files on the next period will
contain the counters of Measurement of Neighboring GSM Cell Performance.

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2.2.3 BSC/RNC Alarm Log Collection


Step 1 Use the WEB LMT to execute the COL LOG command. Select HISTORY_ALARM for Log File
Type.

Step 2 Use the File Manager tool to download alarm logs. The file directory is
\bam\version_b\ftp\COLLOGI NFO\ALM-LOG. Click Download to download the files.

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2.2.4 BSC/RNC MML Packet Collection


Use the WEB LMT to execute the MML commands, such as DSP LICUSAGE. Store the command
output information as a .txt file.

2.2.5 BSC/RNC CHR/MR Data Collection


Use the File Manager tool of the Web LMT to download CHR\MR files. The file directories are as
follows: \bam\common\fam\famlogfmt\gchr\. Click Download to download the files to a local PC.

To use the GSM call drop in-depth analysis function of the OMStar, you are advised to enable the MR
and signaling messages to be contained in the CHR by running the SET GCSCHRCTRL command.

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SET GCSCHRCTRL: CSRCDSW=ON,CSSIGINFO=ALLCSMRBFCLR=ON, CSCHRMR=ON


In this command, set CHR Signaling Output to ALL(Output All), Output MR Before Call Release
to ON(Output), and CHR MR Output to ON(Output).
After the CS CHR function is enabled in all the cells and for the specified subscribers under the BSC,
the CPU usage of the XPU board increases by about 5%, the detail information about SET
GCSCHRCTRL reference to MML Command Reference please.

UMTS PCHR data directory: \bam\common\fam\famlogfmt\pchr\

GSM/UMTS MR data directory: \bam\common\fam\mr

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To use UMTS MR data for neighboring cell analysis, run the SET UMRCTRL and SET UMRSCOPE
commands to enable MR collection of neighboring cells. For details about the commands and the
impacts of the commands on NEs, see the related MML command reference.
In the SET UMRCTRL co mmand, set MR Trace Traffic Type to TRAFFIC_AMR, MR Intra-freq
Measurement period to D12, and MR Report Configure S witch to a proper value according to the actual
situation.

SET UMRCTRL:
RTRAFFICTYPE=TRAFFIC_AMR-1&TRAFFIC_VP-1&TRAFFIC_BE-1&TRAFFIC_OTHER1, MRINTRAFREQPERIOD=D12,
MRRPRTCFGSWITCH= MR_PRD_I NTRA_FREQ_MEAS_SWITCH_1-1&MR_EVT_INTRA_F
REQ_MEAS_SWITCH_2-1&MR_PRD_I NTER_FREQ_MEAS_SWITCH_3-1&MR_EVT_I NTE
R_FREQ_MEAS_SWITCH_4-1&MR_PRD_INTER_RAT_MEAS_SWI TCH_5-1&MR_EVT_I N
TER_RAT_MEAS_SWITCH_6-1&MR_DL_BLER_MEAS_SWITCH_7-0&MR_UE_TX_POWER_
MEAS_SWITCH_8-0&MR_UL_SIR_MEAS_SWITCH_9-0&MR_LCS_MEAS_SWITCH_10-0&MR
_RACH_MEAS_SWITCH_11-0,
MRLCSMET HODSWITCH=LCS_AGPS_UEBASED_SWITCH_1-0&LCS_AGPS_STANDALONE_
SWITCH_2-0&LCS_CELLID_RTT_SWITCH_3-0, MRDLBLERPERIOD=D12,
MRUETPPERIOD=D12, MRULSIRPERIOD=D12, MRLCSPERIOD=D12;

In the SET UMRSCOPE command, specify Scope Type to set the NE objects to be enabled.
For V9R12\V9R13\ V9R14
SET UMRSCOPE: SCOPETYPE=ByRack, SRN=0, SN=0, SSN=0, MRSCOPECTRL=ON;
For V9R15 and the later version

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SET UMRSCOPE: SCOPET YPE=ByRnc, LOGICRNCID=1230, MRSCOPECTRL=ON;


The commands for turning on the switch for detecting missing inter-frequency and inter-RAT
neighboring cells are as follows:

R13: Run the SET UAUTONCELLDETECT command to set the GSM BSIC scope and
BCCH ARFCN scope.
R13.1: Run the SET UAUTONCELLDETECT command to set the switch for detecting
missing neighboring cells and parameters in the SON.
R14: Run the SET UAUTONCELLDETECT command to set the switch for detecting missing
neighboring cells and parameters in the SON.
R15: Run the ADD UCELLAUTONCELLDETECT command to set the switch for detecting
missing neighboring cells and related parameter groups, and run the ADD
UAUTOGSMNCELLGROUP command to set the BSIC scope and BCCH ARFCN scope.
R16: Run the ADD UCELLAUTONCELLDETECT command to set the switch for detecting
missing neighboring cells and related parameter groups, and run the ADD
UAUTOGSMNCELLGROUP command to set the BSIC scope and BCCH ARFCN scope.

After the measurement report collecting function is enabled, load congestion is more likely to occur on
the Uu and Iub control plane and the number of signaling messages will increase by over 10%. The
detail information reference to MML Command Reference please.

2.2.6 BSC/RNC Operation Log Collection


Step 1 Use the WEB LMT to execute the COL LOG command. Select OPT_LOG for Log File Type.

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Step 2 Use the File Manager tool to download alarm logs. The file directory is
\bam\version_b\ftp\COLLOGI NFO\OPT-LOG. Click Download to download the files to a local PC.

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2.2.7 NodeB Configuration Data Collection


Step 1 On the M2000 topology, choose Maintenance > Backup Management > NE Backup.

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Step 2 In the NE tree in the left pane, select a NodeB and click Backup to back up the configuration data of the
NodeB. The backup process is displayed in the Immediate Task list in the lower part of the window.
After the backup is complete, the FTP directory storing the NodeB configuration data is displayed in the
NE Backup List. You can obtain the configuration files from this directory using the FTP. The file
name is NodeBCfg.xml.

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2.2.8 NodeB Traffic Statistics Collection (.csv)


Step 1 On the M2000 topology, choose Maintenance > Task Management.

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Choose Task Management > File Interface > Performance Data Export.
Step 2 On the Task Management tab page, choose File Interface > Performance Data Export.

Step 3 Double-click Performance Data. In the displayed attribute dialog box, check the enabled NodeB
traffic statistics measurement tasks on the M2000 and the FTP directories that store the NodeB traffic
statistics. Navigate to the corresponding FTP directory to obtain the traffic statistics files of the NodeB
in .csv format.

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For traffic statistics files in .csv format, the OMStar supports only the granularity period of 15 minutes,
as shown in the following figure:

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2.2.9 NodeB Traffic Statistics Collection (.mrf)


The NodeB traffic statistics files in .mrf format are stored in a fixed directory on the M2000,
/export/home/sysm/ftproot/nbi. You can directly access this directory on the M2000 using the FTP.
In this directory, the traffic statistics files are stored by NodeB. The traffic statistics of each NodeB is
saved in one folder named after the NodeB FDN.

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In the folder of each NodeB, the raw and compressed NodeB traffic statistics file in .mrf format is
stored in the gz folder, which can be directly obtained.

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On the M2000 main topology, right-click a selected NodeB and choose Properties from the shortcut
menu to query the FDN of the NodeB.

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2.2.10 NodeB Alarm Log Collection


Step 1 Choose Topology > Main Topology from the M2000 main menu.

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Step 2 In the NE tree in the left pane, right-click a selected NodeB and choose Query Alarm/Event > Alarm
Logs from the shortcut menu.

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Step 3 Right-click in the Query Alarm Logs result page and choose Save > Save All Records from the
shortcut menu. In the displayed dialog box, select the .csv file format.

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2.2.11 NodeB MML Command Collection


Step 1 On the main topology of the M2000, right-click any NodeB and choose MML Command from the
shortcut menu.

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Step 2 In the MML Command window, select one or more NodeBs for MML command issuing, and the
MML command execution result is displayed in the information display area.

Step 3 Select and right-click the result content and choose Save As from the shortcut menu to save the result as
a default .txt file.

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2.2.12 NodeB License Collection


Step 1 On the M2000 main topology, choose License > NE license Management > NodeB.

Step 2 On the NodeB License Management tab page, select all records in the Shared/BASIC area. Right-click
the selected records and choose Export from the shortcut menu.

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In the displayed dialog box, click Export and the files are exported as .csv files by default.

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2.2.13 Co-Site Information Collection


Step 1 On the M2000 main topology, choose Configuration > Report > MBTS Relationship Report.

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In the displayed dialog box, select MBTS(GL) NE Report, MBTS(GU) NE Report, MBTS(GUL) NE
Report, and MBTS(UL) NE Report. Then, click OK.

Step 2 Click Save to save the displayed MBTS relationship reports in .xlsx format.

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2.2.14 eNodeB Configuration Data Collection


I. Collecting eNodeB Configuration Data Using the M2000
Step 1 Log in to the M2000 client and choose Maintenance > Backup Management > NE Backup.

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Step 2 In the NE Backup window shown in the following figure, select eNodeB from the NE type drop-down
list. After all NEs of the eNodeB type are displayed in the NE navigation tree in the left pane, select the
check box of NE to select all NEs and click Backup.

Step 3 In the Confirm dialog box shown in the following figure, click Yes to back up data.

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It takes an extended period if a large number of NEs are selected for backup. In addition, the backup is irreversible.

The backup progress is displayed in the Progress column, as shown in the following figure.

When the backup progress for all NEs becomes 100% and Succeeded is displayed in the Information
column, the backup is complete. The NEs whose data has been successfully backed up will be displayed
in the NE Backup List in the right pane. After the backup, all XML configuration files of the NEs are
saved on the M2000 server and the save path is displayed in the Path column.

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Step 4 In the NE Backup List, select all NEs and click Download to OMC Client at the right corner of the
window to download the configuration files from the M2000 server to your local PC.

Step 5 In the Select Folder dialog box shown in the following figure, specify Directory and click Save.

The download progress is displayed in the Progress column. When Succeeded is displayed in the
Status column, the configuration files are successfully downloaded to your local PC.

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The downloaded configuration files are saved in the structure shown in the following figure.

The first-level node is the name of the folder for saving the configuration files. The second-level node is
the name of a base station displayed on the M2000. The third-level node is the backup date. The backup
XML configuration files are all named M2000.XML.
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II. Collecting eNodeB Configuration Data Using the NIC (Co-Deployed with the M2000)
Step 1 Log in to the NIC.
1.

Enter the IP address of the NIC server in the address bar of the Internet Explorer.

2.

If the following page is displayed, click Continue to this website (not recommended).

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3.

Enter the login window.

4.

Enter the user name and password of the M2000 and the verification code. Then, click Login.

Step 2 Create a data collection task.


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choose Based on Customize Collection Item from the drop-down list to collect data by collection
item.

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Enter a task name in Task Name and set Product Type to LTE. Then, click Next.

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Select NEs whose data needs to be collected and click Next.

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Select collection items.


To collect configuration data, choose DBS3900LTE > Configuration > eNodeB Configuration
in the navigation tree in the left pane to select collection items. In this scenario, data in
configuration files in both XML and DBS formats can be collected. Then, click Next.

5.

Click Finish to collect data.

Step 3 Re-collect data.


If certain data is not collected after the collection task is complete, click Re-collect shown in the
following figure to manually re-collect data.

Step 4 Download the collected data.

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Click the Result Information tab and click Download in the Task Result column to download the
collected data to your local PC, as shown in the following figure.

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2.2.15 eNodeB Traffic Statistics Collection (.mrf)


I. Collecting eNodeB Traffic Statistics Using the M2000
Log in to /export/home/sysm/ftproot/nbi/ of the M2000 server using FTP and check whether traffic
statistics exist in the NE folder. If the traffic statistics exist, copy the folder of the corresponding NE to
your local PC.
For example, NE270 in /export/home/sysm/ftproot/nbi/NE270/gz is the full distinguished name (FDN)
of the NE.
Example of a standard name of a traffic statistics file :
A20120228.0900+0800-1000+0800_EMS-NORMAL.mrf.gz

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II. Collecting eNodeB Traffic Statistics Using the NIC (Co-Deployed with the M2000)
Step 1 Customize collection items on the NIC.

Step 2 Create a data collection task.

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Step 3 Set the time range for data collection.

Step 4 Select NEs whose data needs to be collected.

Step 5 Select collection items.


To collect traffic statistics and configuration data, select Obtain Traffic Statistics of the M2000 and
eNodeB Configuration XML Only.

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Step 6 After the collection task is complete, save and download the data to your local PC.

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2.2.16 Internal CHR Data Collection


Step 1 Log in to the M2000, enter the MML interface, and choose the sites whose internal CHR data needs to
be collected.
Step 2 Run the following command to collect internal CHR data:
ULD
FILE:FUNCTYPE=ENODEB,SRCF=CHRLOG,DSTF="XXXX",MODE=IPV4,IP="172.16.0.194",US
R="root",PWD="***",CF=COMPRESSED,FLOWCTRL=N;
Step 3 Log in to the corresponding directory using FTP to copy required data.
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2.2.17 eNodeB MML Packet Collection


The eNodeB MML packets can be collected using NIC or manually collected. A default OMStar_Check
scenario is provided if you use NIC to collect MML packets. For details, see section 2.1 "NIC Data
Collection. "
To manually collect MML packets, choose Maintenance > MML Command on the U2000 and click
the eNodeB whose MML packets need to be collected. Then, deliver the corresponding MML command
and right-click the packet result on the U2000 to save it as a .txt file.

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If NIC data package is directly imported, the OMStar determines the homing eNodeB based on the NE
folder of the packets when importing MML packets.
If MML packets are manually imported, the information in yellow following three plus signs (+) is the
information used by the OMStar to identify the packet homing eNodeB. By default, the information
indicates the name of the eNodeB. Otherwise, the OMStar cannot identify the MML packets and
therefore fails to import them.

+++
O&M

eNodeB11_JJFA

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%%DSP LOCALETHPORT: CLEAR=NO;%%


RETCODE = 0 Operation succeeded.

Display Local Ethernet Port Status


---------------------------------Config Status =

Enable

Port Status =
Number of RX Packets(packet)
Number of RX Discarded Packets(packet)

Number of TX Packets(packet)
Number of TX Discarded Packets(packet)

Up

1634600
0

=
=

5269
0

(Number of results = 1)

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The eNodeB information contained in MML packets needs to be independently set. If the MML packets
fail to be imported because they do not contain eNodeB information, do as follows to set the eNodeB
information before MML packet collection:
For eRAN3.0 and earlier versions:
Run the SET OFFICENAME command with System Name set to the eNodeB name.
The following figure shows detailed information about this command.

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For eRAN6.0 and later versions:


Run the SET NE command with Network Element Name set to the eNodeB name. Before running this
command, run the LST NE command to check whether Network Element Name is set to the eNodeB
name. If yes, skip this step.
The following figure shows detailed information about this command.

After the preceding settings, the eNodeB name is displayed after three plus signs (+) in collected MML
packets by default. In this case, the OMStar can import MML packets in batches.

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2.2.18 LTE SIG Data Collection Based on the WebNIC


For details about the LTE SIG Data Collection Based on the WebNIC, please refer to LTE SIG Data
Collection Based on the WebNIC.docx in OMStar V500R010 Data Collection Guide Attachments.

2.2.19 Signaling Tracing


For details about the Signaling Tracing, please refer to LTE Signaling Tracing.docx in OMStar
V500R010 Data Collection Guide Attachments.

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