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Contents
1 About This Document..................................................................................................................1
1.1 Scope..............................................................................................................................................................................1
1.2 Intended Audience..........................................................................................................................................................1
1.3 Change History...............................................................................................................................................................2
1.4 Differences Between Base Station Types.......................................................................................................................3

2 Overview.........................................................................................................................................5
2.1 Introduction....................................................................................................................................................................5
2.2 Benefits...........................................................................................................................................................................5
2.3 Application Networking.................................................................................................................................................6

3 Technical Description...................................................................................................................8
3.1 Introduction....................................................................................................................................................................8
3.2 Transmission Priorities...................................................................................................................................................9
3.3 Traffic Limiting and Shaping.......................................................................................................................................12
3.4 Load Control.................................................................................................................................................................14
3.5 Flow Control.................................................................................................................................................................14

4 Application Scenarios.................................................................................................................18
4.1 Unlimited Access Bandwidth for Multimode Base Stations........................................................................................18
4.1.1 Introduction...............................................................................................................................................................18
4.1.2 Transmission Resource Management Strategies.......................................................................................................19
4.2 Limited Access Bandwidth for Multimode Base Stations............................................................................................23
4.2.1 Introduction...............................................................................................................................................................23
4.2.2 Transmission Resource Management Strategies.......................................................................................................24
4.3 Limited Access Bandwidth for Each Operator in RAN Sharing Scenarios.................................................................30
4.3.1 Introduction...............................................................................................................................................................30
4.3.2 Transmission Resource Management Strategies.......................................................................................................31

5 Related Features...........................................................................................................................36
5.1 Prerequisite Features.....................................................................................................................................................36
5.2 Mutually Exclusive Features........................................................................................................................................36
5.3 Impacted Features.........................................................................................................................................................36

6 Network Impact...........................................................................................................................37
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6.1 System Capacity...........................................................................................................................................................37


6.2 Network Performance...................................................................................................................................................37

7 Engineering Guidelines.............................................................................................................38
7.1 When to Use Bandwidth Sharing of Multimode Base Station Co-Transmission.........................................................38
7.2 Required Information...................................................................................................................................................38
7.3 Planning........................................................................................................................................................................38
7.4 Deployment..................................................................................................................................................................39
7.4.1 Requirements.............................................................................................................................................................39
7.4.2 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................40
7.4.3 Precautions.................................................................................................................................................................50
7.4.4 Hardware Adjustment................................................................................................................................................50
7.4.5 Initial Configuration (Unlimited Access Bandwidth for GU Dual-Mode Base Stations).........................................50
7.4.6 Initial Configuration (Unlimited Access Bandwidth for GL/GT Dual-Mode Base Stations)...................................53
7.4.7 Initial Configuration (Unlimited Access Bandwidth for UL/UT/ULT Multimode Base Stations)...........................55
7.4.8 Initial Configuration (Unlimited Access Bandwidth for GUL/GUT/GULT Multimode Base Stations)..................57
7.4.9 Initial Configuration (Limited Access Bandwidth for GU Dual-Mode Base Stations).............................................60
7.4.10 Initial Configuration (Limited Access Bandwidth for GL/GT/GLT Multimode Base Stations)............................65
7.4.11 Initial Configuration (Limited Access Bandwidth for UL/UT/ULT Multimode Base Stations)............................68
7.4.12 Initial Configuration (Limited Access Bandwidth for GUL/GUT/GULT Multimode Base Stations)....................72
7.4.13 Initial Configuration (Limited Access Bandwidth for Each Operator in a UL/UT Dual-Mode Base Station in RAN
Sharing Scenarios)..............................................................................................................................................................78
7.4.14 Activation Observation (Unlimited Access Bandwidth for Multimode Base Stations)..........................................86
7.4.15 Activation Observation (Limited Access Bandwidth for Multimode Base Stations)..............................................87
7.4.16 Activation Observation (Limited Access Bandwidth for Each Operator in RAN Sharing Scenarios)...................91
7.5 Performance Monitoring...............................................................................................................................................93
7.6 Parameter Optimization................................................................................................................................................93
7.7 Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................................................93

8 Parameters.....................................................................................................................................94
9 Counters......................................................................................................................................100
10 Glossary.....................................................................................................................................101
11 Reference Documents.............................................................................................................102

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About This Document

1.1 Scope
This document describes the Bandwidth Sharing of Multimode Base Station Co-Transmission
feature, including the bandwidth sharing mechanism, recommended transmission configuration
strategies, application scenarios, related features, network impact, and engineering guidelines.
This feature applies to GSM/UMTS, GSM/LTE, UMTS/LTE, and GSM/UMTS/LTE multimode
base stations in co-transmission scenarios.
This document describes the following optional features:
l

MRFD-211505 Bandwidth sharing of MBTS Multi-mode Co-Transmission(GBTS)

MRFD-221505 Bandwidth sharing of MBTS Multi-mode Co-Transmission(NodeB)

MRFD-231505 Bandwidth sharing of MBTS Multi-mode Co-Transmission(eNodeB)

MRFD-241505 Bandwidth sharing of MBTS Multi-mode Co-Transmission(LTE TDD)

In this document, the following naming conventions apply for LTE terms.
Includes FDD and TDD

Includes FDD Only

Includes TDD Only

LTE

LTE FDD

LTE TDD

eNodeB

LTE FDD eNodeB

LTE TDD eNodeB

eRAN

LTE FDD eRAN

LTE TDD eRAN

In addition, the "L" and "T" in RAT acronyms refer to LTE FDD and LTE TDD, respectively.

1.2 Intended Audience


This document is intended for personnel who:
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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

Editorial change
Changes in wording or addition of information that was not described in the earlier version

SRAN9.0 02 (2014-12-30)
This issue includes the following changes.
Change Type

Change Description

Parameter
Change

Feature change

None.

None.

Editorial
change

Optimized the document description of chapter 4


Application Scenarios.

None.

SRAN9.0 01 (2014-04-30)
This issue does not include any changes.

SRAN9.0 Draft A (2014-01-20)


Compared with 01 (2013-04-28) of SRAN8.0, Draft A (2014-01-20) of SRAN9.0 includes the
following changes.
Change Type

Change Description

Parameter
Change

Feature change

l Added the descriptions of the LTE(TDD) mode


support for Bandwidth Sharing of Multimode Base
Station Co-Transmission feature.

None.

l Modified the flow control policy for a separateMPT multimode base station where co-transmission
is implemented through backplane interconnection.
Editorial
change

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7.4.15 Activation Observation (Limited Access
Bandwidth for Multimode Base Stations) and 7.4.16
Activation Observation (Limited Access Bandwidth
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1.4 Differences Between Base Station Types


Definition
The macro base stations described in this document refer to 3900 series base stations. These
base stations work in GSM, UMTS, or LTE mode, as listed in Table 1-1.
The LampSite base stations described in this document refer to distributed base stations that
provide indoor coverage. These base stations work in UMTS or LTE mode but not in GSM
mode.
The micro base stations described in this document refer to all integrated entities that work in
UMTS or LTE mode but not in GSM mode. Descriptions of boards, cabinets, subracks, slots,
and RRUs do not apply to micro base stations.
The following table defines the types of micro base stations.
Base Station Model

RAT

BTS3803E

UMTS

BTS3902E

UMTS

BTS3202E

LTE FDD

BTS3203E

LTE FDD

NOTE

The co-MPT and separate-MPT applications are irrelevant to single-mode micro base stations.

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Feature ID

Feature Name

Support
ed by
Macro
Base
Stations

Supporte
d by
Micro
Base
Stations

Supporte
d by
LampSite
Base
Stations

MRFD-211505

Bandwidth sharing of MBTS


Multi-mode Co-Transmission
(GBTS)

Yes

No

No

MRFD-221505

Bandwidth sharing of MBTS


Multi-mode Co-Transmission
(NodeB)

Yes

Yes

MRFD-231505

Bandwidth sharing of MBTS


Multi-mode Co-Transmission
(eNodeB)

Yes

Yes

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Feature ID

Feature Name

Support
ed by
Macro
Base
Stations

Supporte
d by
Micro
Base
Stations

Supporte
d by
LampSite
Base
Stations

MRFD-241505

Bandwidth sharing of MBTS


Multi-mode Co-Transmission
(LTE TDD)

Yes

No

No

Function Implementation in Macro, Micro, and LampSite Base Stations


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Overview

2.1 Introduction
The Bandwidth Sharing of Multimode Base Station Co-Transmission feature centrally manages
GSM, UMTS, and LTE transmission resources. When transmission resources are congested,
this feature ensures the smooth processing of high-priority services and prevents GSM, UMTS,
and LTE services from impacting each other. This ensures high service quality and good user
experience. Bandwidth Sharing of Multimode Base Station Co-Transmission includes the
following transmission resource management strategies: mapping between traffic classes and
transmission priorities, traffic limiting and shaping, load control, and flow control.
If this feature is not enabled, the transmission resources of a multimode base station are managed
in the same way as those of a single-mode base station. For details about transmission resource
management strategies for GSM, UMTS, and LTE, see Transmission Resource Management
Feature Parameter Description for GBSS and RAN, and Transport Resource Management
Feature Parameter Description for eRAN, respectively.

2.2 Benefits
The Bandwidth Sharing of Multimode Base Station Co-Transmission feature provides the
following benefits:
l

Saved transmission resources

GSM, UMTS, and LTE services have different peak hours. Therefore, the transmission resources
of one mode (for example, GSM) can be multiplexed by the other modes (for example, UMTS
and LTE) if GSM is not experiencing a traffic peak. For a multimode base station in cotransmission scenarios, transmission resources can be shared by GSM, UMTS, and LTE. This
promotes resource utilization and ultimately uses fewer transmission resources.
As GSM services continuously shrink, the released GSM bandwidth is gradually occupied by
UMTS and LTE services, which promotes transmission resource utilization.
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When uplink or downlink transmission resources are congested, this feature guarantees the
quality of service (QoS) of high-priority GSM, UMTS, and LTE services without compromising
user experience.

2.3 Application Networking


This feature applies to networking schemes where both the local end (the multimode base station)
and the peer end (the base station controller, MME, or S-GW) use IP transmission (IP over FE/
GE or IP over E1/T1).
NOTE

MME: mobility management entity


S-GW: serving gateway
MPT: main processing and transmission unit

Figure 2-1 shows the networking scheme for a co-MPT GUL triple-mode base station in cotransmission scenarios.
Figure 2-1 Networking scheme for a co-MPT GUL triple-mode base station in co-transmission
scenarios

For details about the networking scheme for a multimode base station in co-transmission
scenarios, see Common Transmission Feature Parameter Description for SingleRAN.

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NOTE

l In this document, a multimode base station can be a GU/GL/GT/UL/UT/LT dual-mode base station, a
GUL/GLT/ULT/GUT triple-mode base station, or a GULT quadruple-mode base station.
l GBTS or eGBTS refers to the GSM side of a multimode base station. NodeB refers to the UMTS side
of a multimode base station. eNodeB refers to the LTE side of a multimode base station. LTE can be
LTE FDD, LTE TDD, or LTE FDD&LTE TDD.
l Multimode base stations are classified into co-MPT and separate-MPT multimode base stations, both
introduced in SRAN8.0. In a co-MPT multimode base station, different modes share one main control
board and one O&M channel. In a separate-MPT multimode base station, each mode has its own main
control board and its own O&M channel. The GSM side of a separate-MPT multimode base station
can be either an eGBTS or a GBTS. The GSM side of a co-MPT multimode base station must be an
eGBTS.
l The GBTS is not recommended for providing a co-transmission port to a separate-MPT multimode
base station. This scenario is not covered in this document.

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Technical Description

3.1 Introduction
For a multimode base station in co-transmission scenarios, the data of the mode that provides a
co-transmission port is called local data. The data of other modes that rely on the co-transmission
port for data transmission is called passing data.
l

For a separate-MPT multimode base station in co-transmission scenarios, the cotransmission port transmits and receives the local data and the passing data. In this case,
the co-transmission port centrally schedules and manages the data of multiple modes.

For a co-MPT multimode base station in co-transmission scenarios, the co-transmission


port transmits and receives only the local data, which includes the data for all modes of this
base station. In this case, the co-transmission port centrally schedules and manages the data
for all modes.
NOTE

l Differentiation: Transmission differentiation is used when transmission bandwidth is limited.


Transmission differentiation prioritizes bandwidth use, with real-time services taking precedence over
non-real-time services.
l Fairness: If transmission congestion occurs, service differentiation ensures that real-time services are
preferentially processed. As a result, non-real-time services may experience packet losses, which
affects fairness among non-real-time services. The transmission flow control function enables each
type of service or each mode to be allocated a certain amount of bandwidth. This eliminates the
possibility that a certain service or a certain mode experiences service interruptions because of lack of
transmission bandwidth.

Table 3-1 lists the definitions of all kinds of base stations.


Table 3-1 Definitions of base stations

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Base Station Name

Definition

GBTS

GBTS refers to a base station deployed with GTMU.

eGBTS

eGBTS refers to a base station deployed with UMPT_G.

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Base Station Name

Definition

NodeB

NodeB refers to a base station deployed with WMPT or


UMPT_U.

eNodeB

eNodeB refers to a base station deployed with LMPT, UMPT_L,


or UMPT_T.

Co-MPT Multimode
Base Station

Co-MPT multimode base station refers to a base station deployed


with UMPT_GU, UMPT_GL, UMPT_GT, UMPT_UL,
UMPT_UT, UMPT_LT, UMPT_GUL, UMPT_GUT,
UMPT_ULT, UMPT_GLT, or UMPT_GULT, and it
functionally corresponds to any combination of eGBTS, NodeB,
and eNodeB. For example, Co-MPT multimode base station
deployed with UMPT_GU functionally corresponds to the
combination of eGBTS and NodeB.

Separate-MPT
Multimode Base Station

Separate-MPT multimode base station refers to a base station on


which different modes use different main control boards. For
example, base stations deployed with GTMU and WMPT are
called separate-MPT GSM/UMTS dual-mode base station.

To enable a co-transmission port to implement unified data scheduling and management,


differentiation and fairness among different service types and modes must be ensured. Moreover,
transmission resource congestion caused when all of the modes have overlapping traffic bursts
must also be addressed. To address these problems, Huawei introduces the Bandwidth Sharing
of Multimode Base Station Co-Transmission feature.
This feature adopts four recommended transmission resource management strategies: mapping
between traffic classes and transmission priorities, traffic limiting and shaping, load control, and
flow control. For details about transmission resource management strategies for GSM, UMTS,
and LTE, see Transmission Resource Management Feature Parameter Description for GBSS
and RAN, and Transport Resource Management Feature Parameter Description for eRAN,
respectively.

3.2 Transmission Priorities


The Bandwidth Sharing of Multimode Base Station Co-Transmission feature provides
differentiated services (DiffServ) for different service types based on transmission priorities.
Transmission priorities include the DiffServ Code Point (DSCP), virtual local area network
(VLAN) priority, and queue priority.

DSCP
DSCP is a field in an IP packet header to indicate the QoS requirements. Each node implements
DiffServ based on the DSCP value.
A multimode base station or base station controller sets the DSCP value for each IP packet based
on the QoS requirements of each service type. From the DSCP value, transmission devices
identify the traffic class and related QoS requirements of the service and perform per-hop
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behaviors (PHBs) accordingly. PHBs include transmission resource allocation, queue


scheduling, and packet discarding.
Table 3-2 describes how to use MML commands to configure the mapping between traffic
classes and DSCP values for each type of base station.
Table 3-2 Configuring the mapping between traffic classes and DSCP values for each type of
base station
NE

Command

Description

GBTS

SET BTSVLAN

Used to set the mapping between DSCP values


and data from the O&M plane, control plane
(CP), and user plane (UP) on the GBTS side.

eGBTS and

SET DIFPRI

Used to set the mapping between DSCP values


and data from the O&M plane and CP on the
eGBTS or NodeB side.

ADD TRMMAP and


SET PHBMAP

Used to set the mapping between DSCP values


and data from the UP on the BSC or RNC side.

SET DIFPRI

Used to set the mapping between DSCP values


and data from the O&M plane and CP plane on
the eNodeB side.

MOD
UDTPARAGRP

Used to set the mapping between DSCP values


and data from the UP on the eNodeB side.

NodeB

eNodeB

Pay attention to the following when mapping traffic classes to DSCP values:
l

For separate-MPT multimode base stations in co-transmission scenarios, run the necessary
MML commands to individually map the DSCP values to the data from the O&M plane
and CP for the GBTS, eGBTS, NodeB, and eNodeB. For co-MPT multimode base stations
in co-transmission scenarios, run the SET DIFPRI command once to map the DSCP values
to the data from the O&M plane and CP for the eGBTS, NodeB, and eNodeB.

For multimode base stations in co-transmission scenarios, run the necessary MML
commands to individually map the DSCP values to the data from the UP for the GBTS,
eGBTS, NodeB, and eNodeB.
NOTE

The mapping between traffic classes and DSCP values for GSM, UMTS, and LTE services should be
consistent on the base station, the base station controller, and the CN.

VLAN Priority
The VLAN tag defines an IP packet's VLAN priority. Based on the VLAN priority, Layer 2
devices can implement DiffServ.
VLAN priorities of packets with different traffic classes can be determined by DSCP values.
Table 3-3 provides the default mapping between DSCP values and VLAN priorities on the
multimode base station side.
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Table 3-3 Default mapping between DSCP values and VLAN priorities
DSCP Value

VLAN Priority

07

815

1623

2431

3239

4047

4855

5663

Queue Priority
Queue priority defines the scheduling priority of a queue. Each Ethernet port or Point-to-Point
Protocol (PPP) link supports eight queues: PQ1, PQ2, PQ3, and WRR (which includes WFQ4
through WFQ8). The queues are displayed in descending order of scheduling priority. A
multimode base station puts packets with different traffic classes into different queues to
implement DiffServ.
NOTE

PQ is short for priority queue.


WFQ is short for weighted fair queuing.
WRR is short for weighted round robin. WFQ4 through WFQ7 have the same weight.

Queue priorities are determined by the mapping between DSCP values and queue priorities, as
listed in Table 3-4 and Table 3-5. You are not advised to modify the default mapping between
DSCP values and queue priorities.
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Queue

Queue Priority

4063

PQ1

Reserved

PQ2

Reserved

PQ3

3239

WFQ4

2431

WFQ5

1623

WFQ6

815

WFQ7

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DSCP Value

Queue

Queue Priority

07

WFQ8

Table 3-5 Default mapping between DSCP values and queue priorities for the eGBTS, NodeB,
and eNodeB in a co-MPT multimode base station
DSCP Value

Queue

Queue Priority

4863

PQ1

4047

PQ2

3239

PQ3

2431

WFQ4

1623

WFQ5

815

WFQ6

07

WFQ7

3.3 Traffic Limiting and Shaping


When transmission resources are limited, transmission devices may be incapable of receiving
excess packets that arrive at the co-transmission port in a multimode base station. To prevent
transmission devices from discarding packets, the traffic limiting function is introduced.
PS services have unstable data rates due to unexpected traffic bursts. The traffic shaping function
is introduced to ensure stable rates in a multimode base station.
The traffic limiting and shaping functions use the Generic Traffic Shaping (GTS) technology,
which shapes irregular data flows to balance the bandwidth between upstream and downstream
nodes. These functions minimize packet discarding and congestion caused by traffic bursts.
Figure 3-1 shows the working principles of rate limitation and traffic shaping.

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Figure 3-1 Working principles of rate limitation and traffic shaping


W ith o u t r a te lim ita tio n
D a ta tra ffic

S p e c ifie d b a
T h e s p e c ifie d b a n d w id th m u s t b e g re a te r
th a n th e p e a k d a ta tra ffic v o lu m e .

T im e
W ith r a te lim ita tio n

D a ta tra ffic

If th e s p e c ifie d b a n d w id th is e x c e e d e d ,
e x c e s s p a c k e ts a re d ire c tly d is c a rd e d .

S p e c ifie d b a

T im e
W ith r a te lim ita tio n
a n d tr a ffic s h a p in g

D a ta tra ffic

If th e s p e c ifie d b a n d w id th is e x c e e d e d ,
e x c e s s p a c k e ts a re b u ffe re d .

S p e c ifie d b a
W h e n th e d a ta tra ffic v o lu m e is le s s th a n th e s p e c ifie d
b a n d w id th , th e b u ffe re d p a c k e ts a re tra n s m itte d .
0

T im e

The traffic limiting and shaping functions apply only to non-real-time services.
NOTE

Base stations cannot dynamically adjust the data rates of real-time services. To prevent real-time service
congestion, at the early stage of network deployment, the bottleneck bandwidth planned for the transmission
devices must be greater than the total bandwidth planned for real-time services in a GU, GL, UL, or GUL
multimode base station.

The traffic limiting and shaping functions can be configured at both the base station level and
the logical port level.
l

Base-station-level traffic limiting and shaping


Separate-MPT multimode base station
If the eGBTS, NodeB, or eNodeB provides a co-transmission port, you can run the SET
LR command and specify the CIR parameter to set the bandwidth after rate limitation
for a base station.
Co-MPT multimode base station
You can run the SET LR command and specify the CIR parameter to set the bandwidth
after rate limitation for a base station.

Logical-port-level traffic limiting and shaping


Separate-MPT multimode base station

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If the eGBTS, NodeB, or eNodeB provides a co-transmission port, you can run the
ADD RSCGRP command and specify the TXBW parameter to set the bandwidth after
rate limitation for a logical port.
Co-MPT multimode base station
You can run the ADD RSCGRP command and specify the TXBW parameter to set the
bandwidth after rate limitation for a logical port.
l

Multimode base station controller


You can run the ADD IPLOGICPORT command and specify the CIR parameter to set
the bandwidth after rate limitation for a logical port.
NOTE

To implement rate limitation for a logical port,


l You are advised to set bandwidth after rate limitation using the SET LR command and set logical
port bandwidth using the ADD RSCGRP command.
l You are not advised to modify the rate using the ADD ETHPORT command.
Transport resource groups are classified into default port transport resource groups and non-default
port transport resource groups. One physical port can be configured with one default port transport
resource group and multiple non-default port transport resource groups. The following transport
resource group configuration policy is recommended for a co-MPT multimode base station:
l All modes use the same default transport resource group to implement rate limitation and data
shaping.
l Each mode uses different non-default transport resource groups to implement rate limitation and
data shaping.

3.4 Load Control


Load control includes admission control, load reshuffling (LDR), and overload control (OLC).
LTE does not support LDR.
l

Admission control: ensures quality of the admitted services by preventing excessive


admissions.

LDR: promotes admission success rates and system capacity by relieving transmission load
and preventing transmission resource congestion.

OLC: alleviates the negative impact of overload on high-priority users by quickly reducing
transmission load.

Load control for each mode in a multimode base station in co-transmission scenarios is the same
as load control in a single-mode base station. GSM and UMTS load is controlled by the related
base station controller and LTE load is controlled by the eNodeB.
For details about load control for GSM, UMTS, and LTE, see Transmission Resource
Management Feature Parameter Description for GBSS and RAN, and Transport Resource
Management Feature Parameter Description for eRAN, respectively.

3.5 Flow Control


When transmission bandwidth dynamically changes, the bandwidth available for the bottleneck
nodes may be smaller than the bandwidth after rate limitation on the shared port. If the base
station keeps transmitting data at the bandwidth after rate limitation, the transport network may
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be congested. To prevent transport network congestion, the flow control algorithm is introduced.
This algorithm first estimates the bottleneck bandwidth based on the transmission quality test
and then dynamically adjusts the transmit bandwidth to ensure that the transmit bandwidth does
not exceed the bottleneck bandwidth.
Table 3-6 lists whether GSM, UMTS, and LTE support the flow control algorithm.
Table 3-6 Whether GSM, UMTS, and LTE support the flow control algorithm
Mode

NE

Support Flow
Control

Remarks

GSM

GBTS/eGBTS
and BSC

No

None

UMTS

NodeB and
RNC

Yes

The flow control algorithm is also


called the dynamic flow control
algorithm.

LTE

eNodeB

Yes

The flow control algorithm is


disabled by default.

The flow control algorithm on a NodeB calculates the transmission delay, the number of
discarded packets, and bandwidth resources available and then performs traffic shaping. In this
way, packet discarding caused by Iub interface congestion is prevented. This algorithm takes
effect only on HSDPA and HSUPA services.
The NodeB dynamic flow control algorithm is classified into two types, as listed in Table 3-7.
Table 3-7 Classification of the NodeB dynamic flow control algorithm
NodeB Dynamic
Flow Control
Algorithm

Control Switch

Reference Document

NodeB uplink
bandwidth adaptive
adjustment algorithm

l Congestion control switch:


TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH

Transmission Resource
Management Feature
Parameter Description
for RAN

NodeB HSDPA
adaptive flow control
algorithm

Flow control switch: SWITCH

l Back pressure algorithm switch:


TCSW

For a co-MPT UL or GUL multimode base station in co-transmission scenarios, if UMTS


HSDPA services are undergoing flow control, the released UMTS bandwidth may be occupied
by LTE services. Consequently, bandwidth available for UMTS services may decrease
considerably. To protect UMTS bandwidth, enable the fair flow control switch
(FAIRSWITCH) on the NodeB side. The fair switch ensures that at least 30% of the actual
receive bandwidth is retained for UMTS HSDPA services. For example, if the total bandwidth
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for UMTS HSDPA services decreases to 30% of the actual receive bandwidth, data rates for
UMTS HSDPA services will not be reduced.
It is recommended that the FAIRRATIO parameter be set to a value between 30% and 70%. If
this parameter is set to a value less than 30% or greater than 70%, the actual bandwidth of the
UMTS HSDPA services may be inconsistent with the guard bandwidth configured for fair flow
control. The default value of the FAIRRATIO parameter is equal to 30% of the actual receive
bandwidth of the base station. That is, when the total bandwidth of the UMTS HSDPA services
decreases to 30% of the actual receive bandwidth of the base station, rate reduction will no longer
be performed on these services.
The fair flow control switch can be configured either on a physical port of a co-MPT UL dualmode base station or on the corresponding loopback interface (also called logical port) of the
physical port, with the physical port preferred. When configured on the loopback interface, the
fair flow control switch for co-MPT base stations applies only to the following scenarios:
l

Scenario 1: One loopback interface corresponds to one physical port, and UMTS and LTE
services are carried on the same physical port, as shown in Figure 3-2.

Scenario 2: One loopback interface corresponds to multiple physical ports, and UMTS and
LTE services are carried on different physical ports, as shown in Figure 3-3.
Figure 3-2 One loopback interface corresponding to one physical port; UMTS and LTE
services carried on the same physical port

Figure 3-3 One loopback interface corresponding to multiple physical ports; UMTS and LTE
services carried on different physical ports

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NOTE

The loopback interface is a virtual interface that resides on a router. It is not connected to any other device.
It is recommended that you configure the FAIRSWITCH on the loopback interface in scenario 2 because
this scenario is not a multimode base station co-transmission networking scenario.

For details about the flow control algorithm, see Transmission Resource Management Feature
Parameter Description for WCDMA RAN.

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Application Scenarios

4.1 Unlimited Access Bandwidth for Multimode Base


Stations
4.1.1 Introduction
Unlimited access bandwidth for multimode base stations refers to scenarios in which:
l

The operator cannot or has not planned access bandwidth for each multimode base station.

The bandwidth of the converging device, which converges the data of multimode base
stations, is either limited or unlimited.

For example, in Figure 4-1, the access bandwidth for the three multimode base stations is the
maximum bandwidth 100 Mbit/s and bandwidth for intermediate transmission devices is also
the maximum bandwidth 100 Mbit/s.
Figure 4-1 Unlimited access bandwidth for multimode base stations

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4.1.2 Transmission Resource Management Strategies


This section describes how to configure transmission resource management strategies in this
scenario. These strategies also apply to scenarios in which multiple operators share one
multimode base station and the access bandwidth of one operator is shared by other operators.

(Optional) Configuring Traffic Limiting and Shaping on the Base Station


Controller Side
Traffic limiting and shaping can be configured on the base station controller side if the operator
can dimension transmission bandwidth required by a base station based on the traffic model.
The bandwidth after rate limitation is calculated based on the service model.

Configuring the Mapping Between Traffic Classes and Transmission Priorities


Table 4-1 lists recommended transmission priorities for different traffic classes. For details
about the mapping between DSCP values and traffic classes, see descriptions about DSCP in
chapter 3 Technical Description.
Table 4-1 Recommended transmission priorities for different traffic classes if access bandwidth
is unlimited for multimode base stations
NE

Traffic Class

PHB

DSCP Value

VLAN
Priority

GBTS

ESL/OML/RSL

CS6

48

CS Voice

EF

46

CS Data/PS High PRI

AF41

34

PS Low PRI

AF31

26

IP Clock

EF

46

EML

AF21

18

SCTP

CS6

48

CS Voice

EF

46

CS Data/PS High PRI

AF41

34

PS Low PRI

AF31

26

OM High

EF

46

OM Low

AF21

18

IP Clock

EF

46

SCTP

CS6

48

CCH&SRB&AMR

EF

46

eGBTS

NodeB

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eNodeB

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Traffic Class

PHB

DSCP Value

VLAN
Priority

Conversational&Strea
ming

AF41

34

R99 interactive&background

AF21

18

HSxPA
interactive&background

AF11

10

OM High

EF

46

OM Low

AF21

18

IP Clock

EF

46

SCTP

CS6

48

QCI1

EF

46

QCI2

AF41

34

QCI3

AF41

34

QCI4

AF41

34

QCI5

EF

46

QCI6

AF21

18

QCI7

AF21

18

QCI8

AF21

18

QCI9

BE

OM High

EF

46

OM Low

AF21

18

IP Clock

EF

46

In most cases, transmission devices support queue scheduling. Layer 3 and Layer 2 transmission
devices support eight queues. However, if transmission devices in the bearer network support
less than eight queues, transmission priority combining strategies listed in Table 4-2 are
recommended. You can combine packets with different DSCP values into one queue and
combine packets with different VLAN priorities into one queue. For example, if the transmission
devices support six queues, packets whose DSCP values are 48 and 46 can be put into one queue.
Accordingly, packets whose VLAN priorities are 6 and 5 can be put into one queue. This queue
has the highest transmission priority.

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Table 4-2 Recommended transmission priority combining strategies if access bandwidth is


unlimited for multimode base stations
Number of
Queues

DSCP Value Combining


Strategy

VLAN Priority Combing


Strategy

DSCP values for the six queues


are (48+46), 34, 26, 18, 10, and
0, respectively.

VLAN priorities for the six queues


are (6+5), 4, 3, 2, 1, and 0,
respectively.

DSCP values for the five queues


are (48+46), (34+26), 18, 10,
and 0, respectively.

VLAN priorities for the five


queues are (6+5), (4+3), 2, 1, and
0, respectively.

DSCP values for the four queues


are (48+46), (34+26+18), 10,
and 0, respectively.

VLAN priorities for the four


queues are (6+5), (4+3+2), 1, and
0, respectively.

DSCP values for the three


queues are (48+46), (34+26+18
+10), and 0, respectively.

VLAN priorities for the three


queues are (6+5), (4+3+2+1), and
0, respectively.

NOTE

If there are only two queues, obtain from Huawei technical support personnel the method of combining
DSCP values.

Configuring the Flow Control Algorithm


Table 4-3 provides recommended settings for the NodeB dynamic flow control algorithm and
the HSDPA fair flow control switch.
Table 4-3 Recommended settings for the NodeB flow control algorithm and the HSDPA fair
flow control switch if access bandwidth is unlimited for multimode base stations
Base Station Type

Setting of the
HSUPA
Congestion
Control Switch

Setting of the
HSDPA Adaptive
Flow Control
Algorithm Switch

Setting of the
HSDPA Fair Flow
Control Switch

Separate-MPT GU
dual-mode base
station

ON(On) (default
value)

BW_SHAPING_O
NOFF_TOGGLE
(BW_SHAPING_O
NOFF_TOGGLE)
(default value)

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Co-MPT GU dualmode base station


Separate-MPT GL
dual-mode base
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Setting of the
HSUPA
Congestion
Control Switch

Setting of the
HSDPA Adaptive
Flow Control
Algorithm Switch

Setting of the
HSDPA Fair Flow
Control Switch

OFF(Off)

l BW_SHAPING
_ONOFF_TOG
GLE
(BW_SHAPING
_ONOFF_TOG
GLE) (default
value): if the
bearer network
supports three or
more queues

N/A

Co-MPT GL dualmode base station


Separate-MPT UL
dual-mode base
station

l NO_BW_SHAP
ING
(NO_BW_SHA
PING): if the
bearer network
supports only two
queues
Co-MPT UL dualmode base station

OFF(Off)

l BW_SHAPING
_ONOFF_TOG
GLE
(BW_SHAPING
_ONOFF_TOG
GLE) (default
value): if the
bearer network
supports three or
more queues

ENABLE(Enable)

l NO_BW_SHAP
ING
(NO_BW_SHA
PING): if the
bearer network
supports only two
queues

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Base Station Type

Setting of the
HSUPA
Congestion
Control Switch

Setting of the
HSDPA Adaptive
Flow Control
Algorithm Switch

Setting of the
HSDPA Fair Flow
Control Switch

Separate-MPT GUL
triple-mode base
station

OFF(Off)

l BW_SHAPING
_ONOFF_TOG
GLE
(BW_SHAPING
_ONOFF_TOG
GLE) (default
value): if the
bearer network
supports three or
more queues

N/A

l NO_BW_SHAP
ING
(NO_BW_SHA
PING): if the
bearer network
supports only two
queues
Co-MPT GUL triplemode base station

OFF(Off)

l BW_SHAPING
_ONOFF_TOG
GLE
(BW_SHAPING
_ONOFF_TOG
GLE) (default
value): if the
bearer network
supports three or
more queues

ENABLE(Enable)

l NO_BW_SHAP
ING
(NO_BW_SHA
PING): if the
bearer network
supports only two
queues

4.2 Limited Access Bandwidth for Multimode Base Stations


4.2.1 Introduction
Limited access bandwidth for multimode base stations refers to scenarios in which:

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The maximum data rate for each multimode base station must not exceed the planned
bandwidth.

The bandwidth of intermediate transmission devices is either limited or unlimited.

The access bandwidth for a base station is limited if the bearer network is leased or if the base
station uses satellite, microwave, or xPON to receive data.
For example, in Figure 4-2, the access bandwidth for the three multimode base stations is limited
to 10 Mbit/s.
Figure 4-2 Limited access bandwidth for multimode base stations

4.2.2 Transmission Resource Management Strategies


This section describes how to configure transmission resource management strategies in this
scenario. These strategies also apply to scenarios in which multiple operators share one
multimode base station, the access bandwidth of one operator is shared by other operators, and
the access bandwidth for multimode base stations is limited.

Configuring Traffic Limiting and Shaping on the Base Station Controller Side
Set the bandwidth after rate limitation to the access bandwidth planned by the operator for a
multimode base station.

Configuring Traffic Limiting and Shaping on the Co-Transmission Port of the Base
Station Side
Set the bandwidth after rate limitation to the access bandwidth planned by the operator for a
multimode base station.

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Configuring the Mapping Between Traffic Classes and DSCP Values


Table 4-4 lists recommended transmission priorities for different traffic classes.
Table 4-4 Recommended transmission priorities for different traffic classes if access bandwidth
is limited for multimode base stations
NE

Traffic Class

PHB

DSCP Value

VLAN
Priority

GBTS

ESL/OML/RSL

CS6

48

CS Voice

EF

46

CS Data/PS High PRI

AF41

34

PS Low PRI

AF31

26

IP Clock

CS6

46

EML

AF21

18

SCTP

CS6

48

CS Voice

EF

46

CS Data/PS High PRI

AF41

34

PS Low PRI

AF31

26

OM High

EF

46

OM Low

AF21

18

IP Clock

CS6

46

SCTP

CS6

48

CCH&SRB&AMR

EF

46

Conversational&Strea
ming

AF41

34

R99 interactive&background

AF21

18

HSxPA
interactive&background

AF11

10

OM High

EF

46

OM Low

AF21

18

IP Clock

EF

46

SCTP

CS6

48

QCI1

EF

46

eGBTS

NodeB

eNodeB

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Traffic Class

PHB

DSCP Value

VLAN
Priority

QCI2

AF41

34

QCI3

AF41

34

QCI4

AF41

34

QCI5

EF

46

QCI6

AF21

18

QCI7

AF21

18

QCI8

AF21

18

QCI9

BE

OM High

EF

46

OM Low

AF21

18

IP Clock

EF

46

In most cases, transmission devices support queue scheduling. Layer 3 and Layer 2 transmission
devices support eight queues. However, if transmission devices in the bearer network support
less than eight queues, transmission priority combining strategies listed in Table 4-5 are
recommended. You can combine packets with different DSCP values into one queue and
combine packets with different VLAN priorities into one queue. For example, if the transmission
devices support six queues, packets whose DSCP values are 48 and 46 can be put into one queue.
Accordingly, packets whose VLAN priorities are 6 and 5 can be put into one queue. This queue
has the highest transmission priority.
Table 4-5 Recommended transmission priority combining strategies if access bandwidth is
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Queues

DSCP Value Combining


Strategy

VLAN Priority Combing


Strategy

DSCP values for the six queues


are (48+46), 34, 26, 18, 10, and
0, respectively.

VLAN priorities for the six


queues are (6+5), 4, 3, 2, 1, and 0,
respectively.

DSCP values for the five queues VLAN priorities for the five
are (48+46), (34+26), 18, 10, and queues are (6+5), 4, 3, 2, (1+0),
0, respectively.
respectively.

DSCP values for the four queues


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Number of
Queues

DSCP Value Combining


Strategy

VLAN Priority Combing


Strategy

DSCP values for the three queues


are (48+46), (34+26+18+10),
and 0, respectively.

VLAN priorities for the three


queues are (6+5), (4+3+2+1), and
0, respectively.

NOTE

If there are only two queues, obtain from Huawei technical support personnel the method of combining
DSCP values.

Configuring the Flow Control Algorithm


Table 4-6 provides recommended settings for the NodeB dynamic flow control algorithm and
the HSDPA fair flow control switch.
Table 4-6 Recommended settings for the NodeB flow control algorithm and the HSDPA fair
flow control switch if access bandwidth is limited for multimode base stations
Base
Station
Type

Setting of the
Traffic Control
Switch

Setting of
the HSUPA
Congestion
Control
Switch

Setting of the
HSDPA Adaptive
Flow Control
Algorithm Switch

Setting of
the
HSDPA
Fair Flow
Control
Switch

SeparateMPT GU
dual-mode
base station

ENABLE(Enable)
(default value)

ON(On)
(default
value)

BW_SHAPING_ON
OFF_TOGGLE
(BW_SHAPING_ON
OFF_TOGGLE)
(default value)

N/A

ENABLE(Enable)
(default value)

N/A

N/A

N/A

Co-MPT GU
dual-mode
base station
SeparateMPT GL
dual-mode
base station
Co-MPT GL
dual-mode
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Base
Station
Type

Setting of the
Traffic Control
Switch

Setting of
the HSUPA
Congestion
Control
Switch

Setting of the
HSDPA Adaptive
Flow Control
Algorithm Switch

Setting of
the
HSDPA
Fair Flow
Control
Switch

SeparateMPT UL
dual-mode
base station

l ENABLE
(Enable)
(default value):
if cotransmission is
implemented
through
backplane
interconnection

OFF(Off)

l BW_SHAPING_
ONOFF_TOGGL
E
(BW_SHAPING_
ONOFF_TOGGL
E) (default value):
if the bearer
network supports
three or more
queues

N/A

l DISABLE
(Disable):if cotransmission is
implemented
through panel
interconnection
Co-MPT UL
dual-mode
base station

ENABLE(Enable)
(default value)

l NO_BW_SHAPI
NG
(NO_BW_SHAPI
NG): if the bearer
network supports
only two queues
OFF(Off)

l BW_SHAPING_
ONOFF_TOGGL
E
(BW_SHAPING_
ONOFF_TOGGL
E) (default value):
if the bearer
network supports
three or more
queues

ENABLE
(Enable)

l NO_BW_SHAPI
NG
(NO_BW_SHAPI
NG): if the bearer
network supports
only two queues

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Base
Station
Type

Setting of the
Traffic Control
Switch

Setting of
the HSUPA
Congestion
Control
Switch

Setting of the
HSDPA Adaptive
Flow Control
Algorithm Switch

Setting of
the
HSDPA
Fair Flow
Control
Switch

SeparateMPT GUL
triple-mode
base station

l ENABLE
(Enable)
(default value):
if cotransmission is
implemented
through
backplane
interconnection

OFF(Off)

l BW_SHAPING_
ONOFF_TOGGL
E
(BW_SHAPING_
ONOFF_TOGGL
E) (default value):
if the bearer
network supports
three or more
queues

N/A

l DISABLE
(Disable):if cotransmission is
implemented
through panel
interconnection
Co-MPT
GUL triplemode base
station

ENABLE(Enable)
(default value)

l NO_BW_SHAPI
NG
(NO_BW_SHAPI
NG): if the bearer
network supports
only two queues
OFF(Off)

l BW_SHAPING_
ONOFF_TOGGL
E
(BW_SHAPING_
ONOFF_TOGGL
E) (default value):
if the bearer
network supports
three or more
queues

ENABLE
(Enable)

l NO_BW_SHAPI
NG
(NO_BW_SHAPI
NG): if the bearer
network supports
only two queues

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NOTE

l TCSW is set to ENABLE by default. If you want to set TCSW to DISABLE, first run the ADD
RSCGRP command to add a default transmission resource group to the co-transmission port with
RSCGRPID set to DEFAULTPORT. Then set TCSW to DISABLE for the default transmission
resource group you have added.
l If a separate-MPT multimode base station uses backplane interconnection to implement cotransmission, the tunnel type (TUNNELTYPE) of the main control board that provides the cotransmission port must be set to DL and that of the main control board that does not provide the cotransmission port must be set to UL. If the tunnel type is incorrect, the traffic control function cannot
work properly. For details about tunnel type configuration, see Common Transmission Feature
Parameter Description for SingleRAN.

Configuring the Load Control Algorithm


When co-transmission is applied, the load control algorithm for each mode in a multimode base
station is configured in the same way as the load control algorithm in a single-mode base station.
For details about load control for GSM, UMTS, and LTE, see Transmission Resource
Management Feature Parameter Description for GBSS and RAN, and Transport Resource
Management Feature Parameter Description for eRAN, respectively.

4.3 Limited Access Bandwidth for Each Operator in RAN


Sharing Scenarios
4.3.1 Introduction
Limited access bandwidth for each operator in radio access network (RAN) sharing scenarios
refer to scenarios in which:
l

Multiple operators share one multimode base station.

Access bandwidth of one operator is not shared by other operators.

Access bandwidth of one operator is shared among services of each mode run by this
operator.

Access bandwidth for each operator is limited.

Access bandwidth for each operator is limited when the bearer network is leased. In RAN15.0,
limited access bandwidth for multiple operators in RAN sharing scenarios applies only to UL
dual-mode base stations. For example, in Figure 4-3, the access bandwidth for each operator is
limited to 10 Mbit/s.

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Figure 4-3 Limited access bandwidth for each operator in RAN sharing scenarios

4.3.2 Transmission Resource Management Strategies


This section describes how to configure transmission resource management strategies in this
scenario.

Configuring Traffic Limiting and Shaping on the Base Station Controller Side
Configure a logical port for each operator on the base station controller side. Set the bandwidth
after rate limitation on the logical port to the access bandwidth planned by the operator.

Configuring Traffic Limiting and Shaping on the Co-Transmission Port of the Base
Station Side
Configure a logical port for each operator on the co-transmission port of the base station side.
Set the bandwidth after rate limitation on the logical port to the access bandwidth planned by
the operator.

Configuring the Mapping Between Traffic Classes and DSCP Values


Table 4-7 lists recommended transmission priorities for different traffic classes.
Table 4-7 Recommended transmission priorities for different traffic classes if access bandwidth
is limited for each operator in RAN sharing scenarios

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Traffic Class

PHB

DSCP Value

VLAN
Priority

NodeB

SCTP

CS6

48

CCH&SRB&AMR

EF

46

Conversational&Strea
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eNodeB

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Traffic Class

PHB

DSCP Value

VLAN
Priority

R99
interactive&background

AF21

18

HSxPA
interactive&background

AF11

10

OM High

EF

46

OM Low

AF21

18

IP Clock

EF

46

SCTP

CS6

48

QCI1

EF

46

QCI2

AF41

34

QCI3

AF41

34

QCI4

AF41

34

QCI5

EF

46

QCI6

AF21

18

QCI7

AF21

18

QCI8

AF21

18

QCI9

BE

OM High

EF

46

OM Low

AF21

18

IP Clock

EF

46

In most cases, transmission devices support queue scheduling. Layer 3 and Layer 2 transmission
devices support eight queues. However, if transmission devices in the bearer network support
less than eight queues, transmission priority combining strategies listed in Table 4-8 are
recommended. You can combine packets with different DSCP values into one queue and
combine packets with different VLAN priorities into one queue. For example, if the transmission
devices support six queues, packets whose DSCP values are 48 and 46 can be put into one queue.
Accordingly, packets whose VLAN priorities are 6 and 5 can be put into one queue. This queue
has the highest transmission priority.

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Table 4-8 Recommended transmission priority combining strategies if access bandwidth is


limited for each operator in RAN sharing scenarios
Number of
Queues

DSCP Value Combining


Strategy

VLAN Priority Combing


Strategy

DSCP values for the six queues are


(48+46), 34, 26, 18, 10, and 0,
respectively.

VLAN priorities for the six


queues are (6+5), 4, 3, 2, 1, and
0, respectively.

DSCP values for the five queues


are (48+46), (34+26), 18, 10, and
0, respectively.

VLAN priorities for the five


queues are (6+5), 4, 3, 2, (1+0),
respectively.

DSCP values for the four queues


are (48+46), (34+26+18), 10, and
0, respectively.

VLAN priorities for the four


queues are (6+5), (4+3+2), 1,
and 0, respectively.

DSCP values for the three queues


are (48+46), (34+26+18+10), and
0, respectively.

VLAN priorities for the three


queues are (6+5), (4+3+2+1),
and 0, respectively.

NOTE

If there are only two queues, obtain from Huawei technical support personnel the method of combining
DSCP values.

Configuring the Flow Control Algorithm


Table 4-9 provides recommended settings for the NodeB dynamic flow control algorithm and
the HSDPA fair flow control switch.

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Table 4-9 Recommended settings for the NodeB flow control algorithm and the HSDPA fair
flow control switch if access bandwidth is limited for each operator in RAN sharing scenarios
Base
Station
Type

Setting of the
Traffic Control
Switch

Setting of
the HSUPA
Congestion
Control
Switch

Setting of the
HSDPA Adaptive
Flow Control
Algorithm Switch

Setting of
the HSDPA
Fair Flow
Control
Switch

SeparateMPT UL
dual-mode
base station

l ENABLE
(Enable)
(default value):
if cotransmission is
implemented
through
backplane
interconnection

OFF(Off):

l BW_SHAPING_
ONOFF_TOGG
LE
(BW_SHAPING
_ONOFF_TOGG
LE) (default
value): if the
bearer network
supports three or
more queues

N/A

l DISABLE
(Disable):if cotransmission is
implemented
through panel
interconnection
Co-MPT UL
dual-mode
base station

ENABLE(Enable)
(default value)

l NO_BW_SHAPI
NG
(NO_BW_SHAP
ING): if the bearer
network supports
only two queues
OFF(Off)

l BW_SHAPING_
ONOFF_TOGG
LE
(BW_SHAPING
_ONOFF_TOGG
LE) (default
value): if the
bearer network
supports three or
more queues

ENABLE
(Enable)

l NO_BW_SHAPI
NG
(NO_BW_SHAP
ING): if the bearer
network supports
only two queues

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NOTE

l TCSW is set to ENABLE by default. If you want to set TCSW to DISABLE, first run the ADD
RSCGRP command to add a default transmission resource group to the co-transmission port with
RSCGRPID set to DEFAULTPORT. Then set TCSW to DISABLE for the default transmission
resource group you have added.
l If a separate-MPT multimode base station uses backplane interconnection to implement cotransmission, the tunnel type (TUNNELTYPE) of the main control board that provides the cotransmission port must be set to DL and that of the main control board that does not provide the cotransmission port must be set to UL. If the tunnel type is incorrect, the traffic control function cannot
work properly. For details about tunnel type configuration, see Common Transmission Feature
Parameter Description for SingleRAN.

Configuring the Load Control Algorithm


When co-transmission is applied, the load control algorithm for each mode in a multimode base
station is configured in the same way as the load control algorithm in a single-mode base station.
For details about how to configure the load control algorithm for UMTS and LTE, see
Transmission Resource Management Feature Parameter Description for GBSS and RAN, and
Transport Resource Management Feature Parameter Description for eRAN, respectively.

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Related Features

5.1 Prerequisite Features


l

MRFD-211501 IP-Based Multi-mode Co-Transmission on BS side(GBTS)

MRFD-221501 IP-Based Multi-mode Co-Transmission on BS side(NodeB)

MRFD-231501 IP-Based Multi-mode Co-Transmission on BS side(eNodeB)

MRFD-241501 IP-Based Multi-mode Co-Transmission on BS side(LTE TDD)

5.2 Mutually Exclusive Features


None

5.3 Impacted Features


None

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Network Impact

6.1 System Capacity


No impact.

6.2 Network Performance


If the settings of inter-RAT parameters, such as inter-RAT bandwidth allocation and inter-RAT
QoS planning, are inappropriate, activating this feature will have the following impacts:
l

Increased service congestion rates

Reduced data rates of low-priority services, for example, best effort (BE) services

Increased packet loss rates of low-priority services

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Engineering Guidelines

7.1 When to Use Bandwidth Sharing of Multimode Base


Station Co-Transmission
It is recommended that the Bandwidth Sharing of Multimode Base Station Co-Transmission
feature be activated for a multimode base station where IP-based co-transmission is applied.

7.2 Required Information


To provide guide on how to plan transmission bandwidth and transmission priorities for
multimode base stations and multimode base station controllers, you need to know the network
topology and transmission bandwidth plan, which include transmission bandwidth available in
the bearer network and the queues available on transmission devices.

7.3 Planning
This section describes planning activities you need to complete before you implement the
feature.

RF Planning
N/A

Network Planning
l

Transmission bandwidth plan for radio services


Make a transmission bandwidth plan each for the GBTS/eGBTS, NodeB, and eNodeB of
a multimode base station based on the service plan and the corresponding bandwidth
requirements.

QoS plan for radio services


For a GU, GL, UL, or GUL multimode base station in co-transmission scenarios, it is
recommended that signaling and circuit switched (CS) services be classified as real-time

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services and packet switched (PS) services as non-real-time services. Set real-time services
to a higher priority than non-real-time services to ensure the continuity of signaling and CS
services when transmission resources become congested. Activate the flow control
algorithm for each mode to properly allocate transmission resources across non-real-time
services when transmission resources become congested.
l

Traffic class and transmission priority mapping


Plan traffic classes, DSCP values, VLAN priorities, and the mapping between traffic classes
and DSCP values based on the QoS plan of services.

QoS plan for the bearer network


Plan DSCP values, VLAN priorities, and the number of PQ queues for layer-3 and layer-2
devices based on service priorities.

Bandwidth plan for the bearer network


Plan bandwidth for the bearer network based on services' bandwidth requirements and
available bandwidth resources.
When planning transmission bandwidth on the RAN side, ensure that the bandwidth
between a base station and a base station controller is higher than the total bandwidth of
real-time services to avoid reducing the service quality of real-time services.

Hardware Planning
N/A

7.4 Deployment
This section describes how to deploy the Bandwidth Sharing of Multimode Base Station CoTransmission feature.

7.4.1 Requirements
l

Transmission devices
To implement the Bandwidth Sharing of Multimode Base Station Co-Transmission feature,
the bearer network must support QoS management. Otherwise, this feature becomes invalid
when the bearer network is congested. QoS management includes the following aspects:
Layer 3 devices support DSCP-priority-based QoS management.
Layer 2 devices support VLAN-priority-based QoS management.
Transmission devices support the PQ+WRR queue scheduling function, and at least two
PQ queues are supported. (WRR stands for weighted round robin.)

Other features
If the GBTS provides a co-transmission port, the MRFD-211501 IP-Based Multi-mode
Co-Transmission on BS side(GBTS) feature must be activated on the BTS.
If the NodeB provides a co-transmission port, the MRFD-221501 IP-Based Multi-mode
Co-Transmission on BS side(NodeB) feature must be activated on the NodeB.
If the eNodeB provides a co-transmission port, the MRFD-231501 IP-Based Multimode Co-Transmission on BS side(eNodeB) feature must be activated on the eNodeB.

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If the LTE TDD eNodeB provides a co-transmission port, the MRFD-241501


Bandwidth sharing of MBTS Multi-mode Co-Transmission(LTE TDD) feature must
be activated on the LTE TDD eNodeB.
l

License
The license for the Bandwidth Sharing of Multimode Base Station Co-Transmission feature
has been activated.
Table 7-1 License control items
Featu
re ID

Feature Name

License Control
Item ID

License
Control Item

NE

Sales
Unit

MRFD
-21150
5

Bandwidth
sharing of MBTS
Multi-mode CoTransmission
(GBTS)

LGMIBSMCT

Bandwidth
sharing of
MBTS Multimode CoTransmission
(GBTS)

BSC

per BTS

MRFD
-22150
5

Bandwidth
sharing of MBTS
Multi-mode CoTransmission
(NodeB)

LQW9BSMCT0
1

Bandwidth
sharing of
MBTS Multimode CoTransmission
(NodeB)

NodeB

per
NodeB

MRFD
-23150
5

Bandwidth
sharing of MBTS
Multi-mode CoTransmission
(eNodeB)

LT1S0COMBS0
0

Bandwidth
sharing of
MBTS Multimode CoTransmission
(FDD)

eNode
B

per
eNodeB

MRFD
-24150
5

Bandwidth
sharing of MBTS
Multi-mode CoTransmission
(LTE TDD)

LT1SBSMMCT0
0

Bandwidth
sharing of
MBTS Multimode CoTransmission
(LTE TDD)

eNode
B

Per
eNodeB

7.4.2 Data Preparation


Traffic Limiting and Shaping
If access bandwidth is limited for multimode base stations, data for traffic limiting and shaping
must be prepared on the base station side that provides a co-transmission port. Table 7-2 lists
the data to prepare for configuring traffic limiting and shaping.

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Table 7-2 Data to prepare for configuring traffic limiting and shaping if access bandwidth is
limited for multimode base stations
MO

Parameter
Name

Parameter
ID

Setting Notes

Data
Source

LR

UL
Committed
Information
Rate

CIR

Set this parameter to the


access bandwidth planned
by the operator.

Network
plan

Committed
Burst Size

CBS

Network
plan

Excessive
Burst Size

EBS

l If the CIR value is


smaller than 500 Mbit/s,
set CBS to the CIR value
multiplied by 2 and set
EBS to 0 Mbit/s.

Network
plan

l If the CIR value is


greater than 500 Mbit/s,
set CBS to 1000 Mbit/s
to ensure that the sum of
CBS and EBS is twice
the CIR value.

If access bandwidth is limited for each operator in RAN sharing scenarios, data for traffic limiting
and shaping must be prepared on the base station side that provides a co-transmission port. Table
7-3 lists the data to prepare for configuring traffic limiting and shaping.
Table 7-3 Data to prepare for configuring traffic limiting and shaping if access bandwidth is
limited for each operator in RAN sharing scenarios
MO

Parameter
Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

RSCGRP

Tx Bandwidth

TXBW

Set this parameter


to the access
bandwidth planned
by the operator.

Network plan

TX Committed
Burst Size

TXCBS

Network plan
l If the TXBW
value is smaller
than 500 Mbit/
s, set TXCBS to
the TXBW
value
multiplied by 2
and set TXEBS
to 0 Mbit/s.
l If the TXBW
value is greater

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Parameter
Name

Parameter ID

TX Excessive
Burst Size

TXEBS

Setting Notes

Data Source

than 500 Mbit/


s, set TXCBS to
1000 Mbit/s to
ensure that the
sum of TXCBS
and TXEBS is
twice the
TXBW value.

Network plan

If access bandwidth is unlimited for multimode base stations and limited for each operator in
RAN sharing scenarios, data for traffic limiting and shaping must be prepared on the BSC or
RNC side. Table 7-4 lists the data to prepare for configuring traffic limiting and shaping.
Table 7-4 Data to prepare for configuring traffic limiting and shaping

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Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

IPLOGICPORT

Logic Port No.

LPN

Set this
parameter to the
number of the
BSC/RNC
logical port.

Network plan

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Parameter
Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

Bandwidth

CIR

Set this
parameter to the
access
bandwidth
planned by the
operator or
bandwidth
calculated by
the traffic
model. When
the access
bandwidth is
limited for each
operator in RAN
sharing
scenarios, set
this parameter to
the access
bandwidth
planned by each
operator.

Network plan

Transport QoS
l

Transport QoS for GSM services


Table 7-5 lists the data to prepare for configuring the mapping between DSCP values
and data from the O&M plane, CP, and UP of a GBTS.
Table 7-6 lists the data to prepare for configuring the mapping between DSCP values
and data from the O&M plane and CP of an eGBTS.
Table 7-8 lists the data to prepare for configuring the mapping between DSCP values
and data from the O&M plane and CP of a BSC. Table 7-9 lists the data to prepare for
configuring the mapping between DSCP values and data from the UP of a BSC.

Transport QoS for UMTS services


Table 7-6 lists the data to prepare for configuring the mapping between DSCP values
and data from the O&M plane and CP of a NodeB.
Table 7-10 lists the data to prepare for configuring the mapping between DSCP values
and data from the O&M plane, CP, and UP of an RNC.

Transport QoS for LTE services


Table 7-6 lists the data to prepare for configuring the mapping between DSCP values
and data from the O&M plane and CP of an eNodeB.
Table 7-7 lists the data to prepare for configuring the mapping between DSCP values
and data from the UP of an eNodeB.

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Table 7-5 Data to prepare for configuring the mapping between DSCP values and data from the
O&M plane, CP, and UP of a GBTS
MO

Parameter
Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

BTSVLAN

Service Type

SERVICETYP
E

Network plan

DSCP

DSCP

See the
recommended
parameter
configurations
in chapter 4
Application
Scenarios.

Table 7-6 Data to prepare for configuring the mapping between DSCP values and data from the
O&M plane and CP of the eGBTS, NodeB, and eNodeB side of a co-MPT multimode base
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Parameter
Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

DIFPRI

Priority Rule

PRIRULE

Set this
parameter to the
DSCP value.

Network plan

Signaling
Priority

SIGPRI

OM High
Priority

OMHIGHPRI

OM Low
Priority

OMLOWPRI

See the
recommended
parameter
configurations
in chapter 4
Application
Scenarios.

IP Clock
Priority

IPCLKPRI

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Table 7-7 Data to prepare for configuring the mapping between DSCP values and data from the
UP of an eNodeB
MO

Parameter
Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

UDTPARAGR
P

User Data Type


Transfer
Parameter
Group ID

UDTPARAGR
PID

Set this
parameter to
4048. This
value
corresponds to
the value of the
User Data
Type (19) by
default.

Network plan

Priority

PRI

See the
recommended
parameter
configurations
in chapter 4
Application
Scenarios.

Network plan

Table 7-8 Data to prepare for configuring the mapping between DSCP values and data from the
O&M plane and CP of a BSC
MO

Parameter
Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

BSCABISPRI
MAP

OML DSCP

OMLDSCP

Network plan

RSL DSCP

RSLDSCP

EML DSCP

EMLDSCP

ESL DSCP

ESLDSCP

See the
recommended
parameter
configurations
in chapter 4
Application
Scenarios.

Network plan
Network plan
Network plan

Table 7-9 Data to prepare for configuring the mapping between DSCP values and data from the
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Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

TRMMAP

CS voice path

CSVOICEPAT
H

Network plan

CS data path

CSDATAPAT
H

See the
recommended
parameter
configurations
in chapter 4

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Parameter
Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

PS high PRI
data path

PSHPRIDATA
PATH

Application
Scenarios.

Network plan

PS low PRI data


path

PSLPRIDATA
PATH

Network plan

Table 7-10 Data to prepare for configuring the mapping between DSCP values and data from
the CP and UP of an RNC

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Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

TRMMAP

Common
channel primary
path

CCHPRIPATH

Network plan

IMS SRB
primary path

SIPPRIPATH

SRB primary
path

SRBPRIPATH

See the
recommended
parameter
configurations
in chapter 4
Application
Scenarios.

AMR voice
primary path

VOICEPRIPA
TH

Network plan

R99 CS
conversational
primary path

CSCONVPRIP
ATH

Network plan

R99 CS
streaming
primary path

CSSTRMPRIP
ATH

Network plan

R99 PS
conversational
primary path

PSCONVPRIP
ATH

Network plan

R99 PS
streaming
primary path

PSSTRMPRIP
ATH

Network plan

R99 PS high
PRI interactive
primary path

PSINTHGHPR
IPATH

Network plan

R99 PS middle
PRI interactive
primary path

PSINTMIDPR
IPATH

Network plan

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Parameter
Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

R99 PS low PRI


interactive
primary path

PSINTLOWPR
IPATH

Network plan

R99 PS
background
primary path

PSBKGPRIPA
TH

Network plan

HSDPA Signal
primary path

HDSRBPRIPA
TH

Network plan

HSDPA IMS
Signal primary
path

HDSIPPRIPA
TH

Network plan

HSDPA Voice
primary path

HDVOICEPRI
PATH

Network plan

HSDPA
conversational
primary path

HDCONVPRI
PATH

Network plan

HSDPA
streaming
primary path

HDSTRMPRIP
ATH

Network plan

HSDPA high
PRI interactive
primary path

HDINTHGHP
RIPATH

Network plan

HSDPA middle
PRI interactive
primary path

HDINTMIDPR
IPATH

Network plan

HSDPA low
PRI interactive
primary path

HDINTLOWP
RIPATH

Network plan

HSDPA
background
primary path

HDBKGPRIPA
TH

Network plan

HSUPA Signal
primary path

HUSRBPRIPA
TH

Network plan

HSUPA IMS
Signal primary
path

HUSIPPRIPA
TH

Network plan

HSUPA Voice
primary path

HUVOICEPRI
PATH

Network plan

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Parameter
Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

HSUPA
conversational
primary path

HUCONVPRI
PATH

Network plan

HSUPA
streaming
primary path

HUSTRMPRIP
ATH

Network plan

HSUPA high
PRI interactive
primary path

HUINTHGHP
RIPATH

Network plan

HSUPA middle
PRI interactive
primary path

HUINTMIDPR
IPATH

Network plan

HSUPA low
PRI interactive
primary path

HUINTLOWP
RIPATH

Network plan

HSUPA
background
secondary path

HUBKGPRIPA
TH

Network plan

Flow Control
Table 7-11 lists the data to prepare for setting the flow control algorithm on the NodeB side.
Table 7-11 Data to prepare for setting the flow control algorithm on the NodeB side

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Parameter
Name

Parameter ID

Setting
Description

Data Source

RSCGRPALG

Traffic Control
Switch

TCSW

See the
recommended
parameter
configurations
in chapter 4
Application
Scenarios.

Negotiated by
the peer end

ULFLOWCTR
LPARA

Congestion Ctrl
Switch

TNLCONGCT
RLSWITCH

Negotiated by
the peer end

DLFLOWCTR
LPARA

Flow Control
Switch

SWITCH

Fair Switch

FAIRSWITCH

See the
recommended
parameter
configurations
in chapter 4
Application
Scenarios.

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Other Data
Table 7-12 lists other data to prepare if access bandwidth is limited for multimode base stations.
Table 7-12 Other data to prepare if access bandwidth is limited for multimode base stations
Data Item

Sample Value

Remarks

Limited access bandwidth for


a base station

20 Mbit/s

This data specifies the uplink


and downlink limited access
bandwidth for a base station.

Downlink bandwidth on the


logical port of the RNC

20 Mbit/s

This data item specifies the


downlink limited access
bandwidth for a base station.

Downlink bandwidth on the


logical port of the BSC

10 Mbit/s

Calculates the bandwidth for


this port based on the traffic
model of the multimode base
station.

BTS index

None

Logical IP address of the


BTS

16.16.90.201

None

Port IP address of the BSC

172.16.140.140

None

Logical IP address of the


NodeB

16.16.70.201

None

IP address of an Iub port on


the RNC side

172.16.100.140

None

Table 7-13 lists other data to prepare if access bandwidth is limited for each operator in RAN
sharing scenarios.
Table 7-13 Other data to prepare if access bandwidth is limited for each operator in RAN sharing
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Sample Value

Remarks

Limited access bandwidth for


operator A

10 Mbit/s

This data specifies the uplink


and downlink limited access
bandwidth for operator A.

Limited access bandwidth for


operator B

10 Mbit/s

This data specifies the uplink


and downlink limited access
bandwidth for operator B.

Logical IP address of the


NodeB (for operator A)

16.16.70.201

None

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Data Item

Sample Value

Remarks

Logical IP address of the


NodeB (for operator B)

16.16.60.201

None

Logical IP address of the


eNodeB (for operator A)

16.15.70.201

None

Logical IP address of the


eNodeB (for operator B)

16.15.60.201

None

Logical IP address of an Iub


port on the RNC side (for
operator A)

172.16.90.140

None

Logical IP address of an Iub


port on the RNC side (for
operator B)

172.16.80.140

None

Logical IP address of the


serving gateway (S-GW) (for
operator A)

172.15.90.140

None

Logical IP address of the


serving gateway (S-GW) (for
operator B)

172.15.80.140

None

7.4.3 Precautions
None

7.4.4 Hardware Adjustment


N/A

7.4.5 Initial Configuration (Unlimited Access Bandwidth for GU


Dual-Mode Base Stations)
Using MML Commands
Step 1 Configure a transport resource mapping (TRM) table on the base station controller side.
Configure a TRM table for the RNC and BSC, respectively. For details, see section 4.1.2
Transmission Resource Management Strategies.
1.

Run the ADD TRMMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the UP and CP on the Iub interface.

2.

Run the ADD TRMMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the UP on the Abis interface.

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3.

Run the SET BSCABISPRIMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and
data from the CP on the Abis interface.

4.

Run the ADD ADJMAP command to add the mapping from the Iub interface to the
TRMMAP index.

5.

Run the ADD ADJMAP command to add the mapping from the Abis interface to the
TRMMAP index.

Step 2 Configure a TRM table on the base station side.


Configure a TRM table for the GBTS/eGBTS and NodeB, respectively. For details, see section
4.1.2 Transmission Resource Management Strategies.
1.

Run the SET BTSVLAN command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the CP and UP of the GBTS. Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping
between DSCP values and data from the CP of the eGBTS.

2.

Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data from
the CP of the NodeB.

Step 3 Configure the dynamic flow control algorithm for the NodeB.
1.

Run the ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA command to add an HSUPA flow control parameter
to set the uplink bandwidth adaptive flow control switch.

2.

Run the ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA command to add an HSDPA flow control parameter
to set the HSDPA flow control switch.

----End

MML Command Examples


//Configuring a TRM table on the base station controller side
//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP and UP on the Iub interface
ADD
TRMMAP:TMI=110,ITFT=IUB,TRANST=IP,CCHPRIPATH=EF,SIPPRIPATH=EF,SRBPRIPATH=EF,VOICEP
RIPATH=EF,CSCONVPRIPATH=AF41,CSSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,PSCONVPRIPATH=AF41,PSSTRMPRIPATH=A
F41,PSINTHGHPRIPATH=AF21,PSINTLOWPRIPATH=AF21,PSBKGPRIPATH=AF21,HDSRBPRIPATH=EF,HD
SIPPRIPATH=EF,HDVOICEPRIPATH=EF,HDCONVPRIPATH=AF41,HDSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,HDINTHGHPRIP
ATH=AF11,HDINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11,HDINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11,HDBKGPRIPATH=AF11,HUSRBPRIPATH=
EF,HUSIPPRIPATH=EF,HUVOICEPRIPATH=EF,HUCONVPRIPATH=AF41,HUSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,HUINTHG
HPRIPATH=AF11,HUINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11,HUINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11,HUBKGPRIPATH=AF11;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the UP on the Abis interface
ADD
TRMMAP:TMI=111,ITFT=ABIS,TRANST=IP,CSVOICEPATH=EF,CSDATAPATH=AF41,PSHPRIDATAPATH=A
F41,PSLPRIDATAPATH=AF31;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP on the Abis interface
SET BSCABISPRIMAP: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=1, TRANSTYPE=IP, OMLDSCP=48, RSLDSCP=48,
EMLDSCP=18, ESLDSCP=48;

//Adding the mapping from the Iub interface to the TRMMAP index
ADD ADJMAP: ANI=10, ITFT=IUB, TRANST=IP, CNMNGMODE=SHARE, TMIGLD=110, TMISLV=110,
TMIBRZ=110, FTI=1;

//Adding the mapping from the Abis interface to the TRMMAP index
ADD ADJMAP: ANI=3, ITFT=ABIS, TMIGLD=111, FTI=1;

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//Configuring a TRM table on the base station side


Configuring a TRM table on the GBTS side of a multimode base station
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET

BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:

IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,

BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,

SERVICETYPE=OML, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE=RSL, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE=EML, DSCP=18;
SERVICETYPE=ESL, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE= CSVOICE, DSCP=46;
SERVICETYPE= CSDATA, DSCP=34;
SERVICETYPE= PSHIGHPRI, DSCP=34;
SERVICETYPE= PSLOWPRI, DSCP=26;
SERVICETYPE= OTHERDATA, DSCP=46;

Configuring a TRM table on the eGBTS side of a multimode base station


SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Configuring a TRM table on the NodeB side of a multimode base station


SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Configuring the uplink bandwidth adaptive flow control switch and HSDPA flow control
switch on the NodeB side
//Adding an HSUPA flow control parameter
ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
BWPRTSWITCH=ON, TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH=ON;

//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter


ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH=BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE;

Single Configuration Using the CME


The parameters related to this feature cannot be modified in batches. This section only describes
how to use the CME to perform a single configuration.
Set parameters on the CME configuration interface according to the operation sequence
described in Table 7-14. For instructions on how to perform the CME single configuration, see
CME Single Configuration Operation Guide.
Table 7-14 MOs related to this feature
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NE

TRMMAP

BSC and RNC

BSCABISPRIMAP

BSC

ADJMAP

BSC and RNC

BTSVLAN/DIFPRI

GBTS or eGBTS

DIFPRI

NodeB

ULFLOWCTRLPA
RA

NodeB

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MO

NE

DLFLOWCTRLPA
RA

NodeB

7.4.6 Initial Configuration (Unlimited Access Bandwidth for GL/


GT Dual-Mode Base Stations)
Using MML Commands
Step 1 Configure a TRM table on the base station controller side.
Configure a TRM table for the BSC. For details, see section 4.1.2 Transmission Resource
Management Strategies.
1.

Run the ADD TRMMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the UP on the Abis interface.

2.

Run the SET BSCABISPRIMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and
data from the CP on the Abis interface.

3.

Run the ADD ADJMAP command to add the mapping from the Abis interface to the
TRMMAP index.

Step 2 Configure a TRM table on the base station side.


Configure a TRM table for the GBTS/eGBTS and eNodeB, respectively. For details, see section
4.1.2 Transmission Resource Management Strategies.
1.

Run the SET BTSVLAN command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the CP and UP of the GBTS. Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping
between DSCP values and data from the CP of the eGBTS.

2.

Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data from
the CP of the eNodeB.

3.

Run the MOD UDTPARAGRP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and
data from the UP of the eNodeB.

----End

MML Command Examples


//Configuring a TRM table on the base station controller side
//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the UP on the Abis interface
ADD
TRMMAP:TMI=111,ITFT=ABIS,TRANST=IP,CSVOICEPATH=EF,CSDATAPATH=AF41,PSHPRIDATAPATH=A
F41,PSLPRIDATAPATH=AF31;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP on the Abis interface
SET BSCABISPRIMAP: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=1, TRANSTYPE=IP, OMLDSCP=48, RSLDSCP=48,
EMLDSCP=14, ESLDSCP=48;

//Adding the mapping from the Abis interface to the TRMMAP index
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ADD ADJMAP: ANI=3, ITFT=ABIS, TMIGLD=111, FTI=1;

//Configuring a TRM table on the base station side


//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP and UP of a GBTS
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET

BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:

IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,

BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,

SERVICETYPE=OML, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE=RSL, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE=EML, DSCP=18;
SERVICETYPE=ESL, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE= CSVOICE, DSCP=46;
SERVICETYPE= CSDATA, DSCP=34;
SERVICETYPE= PSHIGHPRI, DSCP=34;
SERVICETYPE= PSLOWPRI, DSCP=26;
SERVICETYPE= OTHERDATA, DSCP=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of an eGBTS
SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of an eNodeB
SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the UP of an eNodeB
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD

UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:

UDTPARAGRPID=40,
UDTPARAGRPID=41,
UDTPARAGRPID=42,
UDTPARAGRPID=43,
UDTPARAGRPID=44,
UDTPARAGRPID=45,
UDTPARAGRPID=46,
UDTPARAGRPID=47,
UDTPARAGRPID=48,

PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRI=46;
PRI=18;
PRI=18;
PRI=18;
PRI=0;

PRI=46,
PRI=26,
PRI=34,
PRI=26,

ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;

Single Configuration Using the CME


The parameters related to this feature cannot be modified in batches. This section only describes
how to use the CME to perform a single configuration.
Set parameters on the CME configuration interface according to the operation sequence
described in Table 7-15. For instructions on how to perform the CME single configuration, see
CME Single Configuration Operation Guide.
Table 7-15 MOs related to this feature
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TRMMAP

BSC

BSCABISPRIMAP

BSC

ADJMAP

BSC

BTSVLAN/DIFPRI

GBTS or eGBTS

DIFPRI

eNodeB

UDTPARAGRP

eNodeB

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7.4.7 Initial Configuration (Unlimited Access Bandwidth for UL/


UT/ULT Multimode Base Stations)
Using MML Commands
Step 1 Configure a TRM table on the base station controller side.
Configure a TRM table for the RNC. For details, see section 4.1.2 Transmission Resource
Management Strategies.
1.

Run the ADD TRMMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the UP and CP on the Iub interface.

2.

Run the ADD ADJMAP command to add the mapping from the Iub interface to the
TRMMAP index.

Step 2 Configure a TRM table on the base station side.


1.

Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data from
the CP of the NodeB.

2.

Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data from
the CP of the eNodeB.

3.

Run the MOD UDTPARAGRP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and
data from the UP of the eNodeB.

Step 3 Configure the dynamic flow control algorithm for the NodeB.
1.

Run the ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA command to add an HSUPA flow control parameter
to set the uplink bandwidth adaptive flow control switch.

2.

Run the ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA command to add an HSDPA flow control parameter
to set the HSDPA flow control switch.

----End

MML Command Examples


//Configuring a TRM table on the base station controller side
//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP and UP on the Iub interface
ADD
TRMMAP:TMI=110,ITFT=IUB,TRANST=IP,CCHPRIPATH=EF,SIPPRIPATH=EF,SRBPRIPATH=EF,VOICEP
RIPATH=EF,CSCONVPRIPATH=AF41,CSSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,PSCONVPRIPATH=AF41,PSSTRMPRIPATH=A
F41,PSINTHGHPRIPATH=AF21,PSINTLOWPRIPATH=AF21,PSBKGPRIPATH=AF21,HDSRBPRIPATH=EF,HD
SIPPRIPATH=EF,HDVOICEPRIPATH=EF,HDCONVPRIPATH=AF41,HDSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,HDINTHGHPRIP
ATH=AF11,HDINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11,HDINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11,HDBKGPRIPATH=AF11,HUSRBPRIPATH=
EF,HUSIPPRIPATH=EF,HUVOICEPRIPATH=EF,HUCONVPRIPATH=AF41,HUSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,HUINTHG
HPRIPATH=AF11,HUINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11,HUINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11,HUBKGPRIPATH=AF11;

//Adding the mapping from the Iub interface to the TRMMAP index
ADD ADJMAP: ANI=10, ITFT=IUB, TRANST=IP, CNMNGMODE=SHARE, TMIGLD=110, TMISLV=110,
TMIBRZ=110, FTI=1;

//Configuring a TRM table on the base station side


//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of the NodeB
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SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of the eNodeB
SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the UP of the eNodeB
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD

UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:

UDTPARAGRPID=40,
UDTPARAGRPID=41,
UDTPARAGRPID=42,
UDTPARAGRPID=43,
UDTPARAGRPID=44,
UDTPARAGRPID=45,
UDTPARAGRPID=46,
UDTPARAGRPID=47,
UDTPARAGRPID=48,

PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRI=46;
PRI=18;
PRI=18;
PRI=18;
PRI=0;

PRI=46,
PRI=26,
PRI=34,
PRI=26,

ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;

//Configuring the dynamic flow control algorithm for the NodeB


//If the bearer network supports three or more queues
//Adding an HSUPA flow control parameter
ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
BWPRTSWITCH=ON, TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH=ON;
//In the case of a separate-MPT multimode base station

//In the case of a separate-MPT multimode base station


//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH=BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE;

//In the case of a co-MPT multimode base station


//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH=BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE, FAIRSWTICH=ENABLE;

//If the bearer network supports two queues


//Adding an HSUPA flow control parameter
ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
BWPRTSWITCH=ON, TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH=OFF;

//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter in the case of a separate-MPT multimode base
station
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH= NO_BW_SHAPING;

//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter in the case of a co-MPT multimode base station
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH= NO_BW_SHAPING, FAIRSWTICH=ENABLE;

Single Configuration Using the CME


The parameters related to this feature cannot be modified in batches. This section only describes
how to use the CME to perform a single configuration.
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Set parameters on the CME configuration interface according to the operation sequence
described in Table 7-16. For instructions on how to perform the CME single configuration, see
CME Single Configuration Operation Guide.
Table 7-16 MOs related to this feature
SN
1

MO

NE

TRMMAP

RNC

ADJMAP

RNC

DIFPRI

NodeB

DIFPRI

eNodeB

UDTPARAGRP

eNodeB

ULFLOWCTRLPA
RA

NodeB

DLFLOWCTRLPA
RA

NodeB

7.4.8 Initial Configuration (Unlimited Access Bandwidth for GUL/


GUT/GULT Multimode Base Stations)
Using MML Commands
Step 1 Configure a TRM table on the base station controller side.
Configure a TRM table for the RNC and BSC, respectively. For details, see section 4.1.2
Transmission Resource Management Strategies.
1.

Run the ADD TRMMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the UP and CP on the Iub interface.

2.

Run the ADD TRMMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the UP on the Abis interface.

3.

Run the SET BSCABISPRIMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and
data from the CP on the Abis interface.

4.

Run the ADD ADJMAP command to add the mapping from the Iub interface to the
TRMMAP index.

5.

Run the ADD ADJMAP command to add the mapping from the Abis interface to the
TRMMAP index.

Step 2 Configure a TRM table on the base station side.


1.

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from the CP and UP of a GBTS. Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping
between DSCP values and data from the CP of an eGBTS.
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2.

Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data from
the CP of a NodeB.

3.

Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data from
the CP of an eNodeB.

4.

Run the MOD UDTPARAGRP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and
data from the UP of an eNodeB.

Step 3 Configure the dynamic flow control algorithm for the NodeB.
1.

Run the ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA command to add an HSUPA flow control parameter
to set the uplink bandwidth adaptive flow control switch.

2.

Run the ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA command to add an HSDPA flow control parameter
to set the HSDPA flow control switch.

----End

MML Command Examples


//Configuring a TRM table on the base station controller side
//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP and UP on the Iub interface
ADD
TRMMAP:TMI=110,ITFT=IUB,TRANST=IP,CCHPRIPATH=EF,SIPPRIPATH=EF,SRBPRIPATH=EF,VOICEP
RIPATH=EF,CSCONVPRIPATH=AF41,CSSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,PSCONVPRIPATH=AF41,PSSTRMPRIPATH=A
F41,PSINTHGHPRIPATH=AF21,PSINTLOWPRIPATH=AF21,PSBKGPRIPATH=AF21,HDSRBPRIPATH=EF,HD
SIPPRIPATH=EF,HDVOICEPRIPATH=EF,HDCONVPRIPATH=AF41,HDSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,HDINTHGHPRIP
ATH=AF11,HDINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11,HDINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11,HDBKGPRIPATH=AF11,HUSRBPRIPATH=
EF,HUSIPPRIPATH=EF,HUVOICEPRIPATH=EF,HUCONVPRIPATH=AF41,HUSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,HUINTHG
HPRIPATH=AF11,HUINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11,HUINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11,HUBKGPRIPATH=AF11;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the UP on the Abis interface
ADD
TRMMAP:TMI=111,ITFT=ABIS,TRANST=IP,CSVOICEPATH=EF,CSDATAPATH=AF41,PSHPRIDATAPATH=A
F41,PSLPRIDATAPATH=AF31;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP on the Abis interface
SET BSCABISPRIMAP: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=1, TRANSTYPE=IP, OMLDSCP=48, RSLDSCP=48,
EMLDSCP=18, ESLDSCP=48;

//Adding the mapping from the Iub interface to the TRMMAP index
ADD ADJMAP: ANI=10, ITFT=IUB, TRANST=IP, CNMNGMODE=SHARE, TMIGLD=110, TMISLV=110,
TMIBRZ=110, FTI=1;

//Adding the mapping from the Abis interface to the TRMMAP index
ADD ADJMAP: ANI=3, ITFT=ABIS, TMIGLD=111, FTI=1;

//Configuring a TRM table on the base station side


//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP and UP of a GBTS
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SET
SET
SET
SET
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BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:

IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,

BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,

SERVICETYPE=OML, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE=RSL, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE=EML, DSCP=18;
SERVICETYPE=ESL, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE= CSVOICE, DSCP=46;
SERVICETYPE= CSDATA, DSCP=34;
SERVICETYPE= PSHIGHPRI, DSCP=34;

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SET BTSVLAN: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=1, SERVICETYPE= PSLOWPRI, DSCP=26;


SET BTSVLAN: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=1, SERVICETYPE= OTHERDATA, DSCP=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of an eGBTS
SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of a NodeB
SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of an eNodeB
SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the UP of an eNodeB
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD

UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:

UDTPARAGRPID=40,
UDTPARAGRPID=41,
UDTPARAGRPID=42,
UDTPARAGRPID=43,
UDTPARAGRPID=44,
UDTPARAGRPID=45,
UDTPARAGRPID=46,
UDTPARAGRPID=47,
UDTPARAGRPID=48,

PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRI=46;
PRI=18;
PRI=18;
PRI=18;
PRI=0;

PRI=46,
PRI=26,
PRI=34,
PRI=26,

ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;

//Configuring the dynamic flow control algorithm for the NodeB


//If the bearer network supports three or more queues
//Adding an HSUPA flow control parameter
ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP,
PT=ETH, PN=0, BWPRTSWITCH=ON, TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH=ON;
//In the case of a separate-MPT multimode base station
//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH=BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE;

//In the case of a co-MPT multimode base station


//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH=BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE, FAIRSWTICH=ENABLE;

//If the bearer network supports two queues


//Adding an HSUPA flow control parameter
ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
BWPRTSWITCH=ON, TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH=OFF;

//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter in the case of a separate-MPT multimode base
station
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH= NO_BW_SHAPING;

//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter in the case of a co-MPT multimode base station
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH= NO_BW_SHAPING, FAIRSWTICH=ENABLE;

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Single Configuration Using the CME


The parameters related to this feature cannot be modified in batches. This section only describes
how to use the CME to perform a single configuration.
Set parameters on the CME configuration interface according to the operation sequence
described in Table 7-17. For instructions on how to perform the CME single configuration, see
CME Single Configuration Operation Guide.
Table 7-17 MOs related to this feature
SN
1

MO

NE

TRMMAP

BSC

TRMMAP

RNC

BSCABISPRIMAP

BSC

ADJMAP

BSC

ADJMAP

RNC

BTSVLAN/DIFPRI

GBTS or eGBTS

DIFPRI

NodeB

DIFPRI

eNodeB

UDTPARAGRP

eNodeB

ULFLOWCTRLPA
RA

NodeB

DLFLOWCTRLPA
RA

NodeB

7.4.9 Initial Configuration (Limited Access Bandwidth for GU


Dual-Mode Base Stations)
Using MML Commands
Step 1 Configure traffic limiting and shaping on the co-transmission port.
l Run the SET LR command to configure traffic limiting and shaping if the eGBTS or NodeB
side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a co-transmission port.
l Run the SET LR command to configure traffic limiting and shaping if a co-MPT multimode
base station provides a co-transmission port.
Step 2 Configure logical ports on the base station controller side.
1.

Run the ADD IPLOGICPORT command to add an IP logical port on the Abis interface.

2.

Run the ADD IPLOGICPORT command to add an IP logical port on the Iub interface.

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Bind a user-plane link and an IP logical port on the Abis interface.


l For a GBTS, you can run the SET BTSIP command to bind an IP logical port and a
GBTS.
l For an eGBTS, you can run the ADD IPPATH command to bind an IP path and an IP
logical port if the peer end is a BSC6900.
l For an eGBTS, you can run the ADD ADJLOGICPORTBIND command to bind an
adjacent node and an IP logical port if the peer end is a BSC6910.

4.

Bind a user-plane link and an IP logical port on the Iub interface.

l If the transmission resource pool feature is not implemented on the Iub interface, you can
run the ADD IPPATH command to bind an IP path and an IP logical port.
l If the transmission resource pool feature is implemented on the Iub interface, you can run
the ADD ADJLOGICPORTBIND command to bind an adjacent node and an IP logical
port.
Step 3 Configure a TRM table on the base station controller side.
Configure a TRM table for the RNC and BSC, respectively. For details, see section 4.2.2
Transmission Resource Management Strategies.
1.

Run the ADD TRMMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the UP and CP on the Iub interface.

2.

Run the ADD TRMMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the UP on the Abis interface.

3.

Run the SET BSCABISPRIMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and
data from the CP on the Abis interface.

4.

Run the ADD ADJMAP command to add the mapping from the Iub interface to the
TRMMAP index.

5.

Run the ADD ADJMAP command to add the mapping from the Abis interface to the
TRMMAP index.

Step 4 Configure a TRM table on the base station side.


Configure a TRM table for the GBTS/eGBTS and NodeB, respectively. For details, see section
4.2.2 Transmission Resource Management Strategies.
1.

Run the SET BTSVLAN command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the CP and UP of a GBTS. Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping
between DSCP values and data from the CP of an eGBTS.

2.

Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data from
the CP of a NodeB.

Step 5 Configure the dynamic flow control algorithm for the NodeB.
1.

Run the ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA command to add an HSUPA flow control parameter
to set the uplink bandwidth adaptive flow control switch.

2.

Run the ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA command to add an HSDPA flow control parameter
to set the HSDPA flow control switch.

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//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping on the co-transmission port
//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping if the eGBTS side of a separate-MPT multimode base
station provides a co-transmission port
SET LR: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, LRSW=ENABLE, CIR=20000,
CBS=40000, EBS=0;

//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping if the NodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base
station provides a co-transmission port
SET LR: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, LRSW=ENABLE, CIR=20000,
CBS=40000, EBS=0;

//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping if a co-MPT multimode base station provides a cotransmission port
SET LR: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, LRSW=ENABLE, CIR=20000,
CBS=40000, EBS=0;

//Configuring logical ports on the base station controller side


//Adding a logical port on the Abis interface (BSC6900)
ADD IPLOGICPORT: SRN=1, SN=24, BT=GOUc, LPNTYPE=Leaf, LPN=1, CARRYT=ETHER, PN=0,
RSCMNGMODE=SHARE, BWADJ=OFF, CIR=157, FLOWCTRLSWITCH=ON, OPSEPFLAG=OFF;

//In the preceding script, the unit of bandwidth configured on a logical port is 64 kbit/s. Therefore,
the CIR value 157 means that the configured bandwidth is 10,048 kbit/s.
//Adding a logical port on the Abis interface (BSC6910)
ADD IPLOGICPORT: SRN=1, SN=24, BT=GOUc, LPNTYPE=Leaf, FLOWCTRLSWITCH=ON, CIR=157,
LPN=1, CARRYT=IPPOOL, IPADDR="172.16.140.140";
//In the preceding script, the unit of bandwidth configured on a logical port is 64
kbit/s. Therefore, the CIR value 157 means that the configured bandwidth is 10,048
kbit/s.

//Adding a logical port on the Iub interface


ADD IPLOGICPORT: SRN=1, SN=26, BT=GOUc, LPNTYPE=Leaf, LPN=1, CARRYT=ETHER, PN=0,
RSCMNGMODE=SHARE, BWADJ=OFF, CIR=313, FLOWCTRLSWITCH=ON, OPSEPFLAG=OFF;

//In the preceding script, the unit of bandwidth configured on a logical port is 64 kbit/s. Therefore,
the CIR value 313 means that the configured bandwidth is 20,032 kbit/s.
//For a GBTS, binding an IP logical port and a GBTS on the Abis interface
SET BTSIP: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=1, BTSCOMTYPE=LOGICIP, BTSIP="16.16.90.201",
BSCIP="172.16.140.140", CFGFLAG=IPLGCPORT, SN=24, LPN=1;

//In the preceding script, the base station is identified by its base station index.
//For an eGBTS, binding an IP path and an IP logical port on the Abis interface if the peer end
is a BSC6900
ADD IPPATH: ANI=3, PATHID=0, ITFT=ABIS, ISEGBTS=Yes, PATHT=QoS,
IPADDR="172.16.140.140", PEERIPADDR="16.16.90.201", TXBW=10000, RXBW=10000,
CARRYFLAG=IPLGCPORT, LPNSN=0, LPN=1, VLANFLAG=DISABLE, PATHCHK=DISABLED,
AbisLnkBKFLAG=OFF;

//For an eGBTS, binding an adjacent node and an IP logical port on the Abis interface if the peer
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ADD ADJLOGICPORTBIND: ANI=3, SRN=1, SN=24, LPN=1;

//Binding an IP path and an IP logical port if the transmission resource pool feature is not
implemented on the Iub interface
ADD IPPATH: ANI=10, PATHID=1, ITFT=IUB, TRANST=IP, PATHT=QoS,
IPADDR="172.16.100.140", PEERIPADDR="16.16.70.201", TXBW=20000, RXBW=20000,
CARRYFLAG=NULL, VLANFlAG=DISABLE, PATHCHK=DISABLED;

//Binding an adjacent node and an IP logical port if the transmission resource pool feature is
implemented on the Iub interface
ADD ADJLOGICPORTBIND: ANI=10, SRN=1, SN=26, LPN=1;

//Configuring a TRM table on the base station controller side


//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP and UP on the Iub interface
ADD
TRMMAP:TMI=110,ITFT=IUB,TRANST=IP,CCHPRIPATH=EF,SIPPRIPATH=EF,SRBPRIPATH=EF,VOICEP
RIPATH=EF,CSCONVPRIPATH=AF41,CSSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,PSCONVPRIPATH=AF41,PSSTRMPRIPATH=A
F41,PSINTHGHPRIPATH=AF21,PSINTLOWPRIPATH=AF21,PSBKGPRIPATH=AF21,HDSRBPRIPATH=EF,HD
SIPPRIPATH=EF,HDVOICEPRIPATH=EF,HDCONVPRIPATH=AF41,HDSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,HDINTHGHPRIP
ATH=AF11,HDINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11,HDINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11,HDBKGPRIPATH=AF11,HUSRBPRIPATH=
EF,HUSIPPRIPATH=EF,HUVOICEPRIPATH=EF,HUCONVPRIPATH=AF41,HUSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,HUINTHG
HPRIPATH=AF11,HUINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11,HUINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11,HUBKGPRIPATH=AF11;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the UP on the Abis interface
ADD
TRMMAP:TMI=111,ITFT=ABIS,TRANST=IP,CSVOICEPATH=EF,CSDATAPATH=AF41,PSHPRIDATAPATH=A
F41,PSLPRIDATAPATH=AF31;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP on the Abis interface
SET BSCABISPRIMAP: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=1, TRANSTYPE=IP, OMLDSCP=48, RSLDSCP=48,
EMLDSCP=18, ESLDSCP=48;

//Adding the mapping from the Iub interface to the TRMMAP index
ADD ADJMAP: ANI=10, ITFT=IUB, TRANST=IP, CNMNGMODE=SHARE, TMIGLD=110, TMISLV=110,
TMIBRZ=110, FTI=1;

//Adding the mapping from the Abis interface to the TRMMAP index
ADD ADJMAP: ANI=3, ITFT=ABIS, TMIGLD=111, FTI=1;

//Configuring a TRM table on the base station side


Configuring a TRM table on the GBTS side of a multimode base station
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET

BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:

IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,

BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,

SERVICETYPE=OML, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE=RSL, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE=EML, DSCP=18;
SERVICETYPE=ESL, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE= CSVOICE, DSCP=46;
SERVICETYPE= CSDATA, DSCP=34;
SERVICETYPE= PSHIGHPRI, DSCP=34;
SERVICETYPE= PSLOWPRI, DSCP=26;
SERVICETYPE= OTHERDATA, DSCP=46;

Configuring a TRM table on the eGBTS side of a multimode base station


SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Configuring a TRM table on the NodeB side of a multimode base station


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SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Configuring the uplink bandwidth adaptive flow control switch and HSDPA flow control
switch on the NodeB side
//Adding an HSUPA flow control parameter
ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
BWPRTSWITCH=ON, TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH=ON;

//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter


ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH=BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE;

Single Configuration Using the CME


The parameters related to this feature cannot be modified in batches. This section only describes
how to use the CME to perform a single configuration.
Set parameters on the CME configuration interface according to the operation sequence
described in Table 7-18. For instructions on how to perform the CME single configuration, see
CME Single Configuration Operation Guide.
Table 7-18 MOs related to this feature
SN

NE

LR/LR/LR

eGBTS, NodeB, or co-MPT


multimode base stations

IPLOGICPORT

BSC and RNC

BTSIP/IPPATH/
ADJLOGICPORTBIND

BSC

IPPATH/
ADJLOGICPORTBIND

RNC

TRMMAP

BSC and RNC

BSCABISPRIMAP

BSC

ADJMAP

BSC and RNC

BTSVLAN/DIFPRI

GBTS or eGBTS

DIFPRI

NodeB

ULFLOWCTRLPARA

NodeB

DLFLOWCTRLPARA

NodeB

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7.4.10 Initial Configuration (Limited Access Bandwidth for GL/GT/


GLT Multimode Base Stations)
Using MML Commands
Step 1 Configure traffic limiting and shaping on the co-transmission port.
l Run the SET LR command to configure traffic limiting and shaping if the eGBTS or eNodeB
side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a co-transmission port.
l Run the SET LR command to configure traffic limiting and shaping if a co-MPT multimode
base station provides a co-transmission port.
Step 2 Configure logical ports on the base station controller side.
1.

Run the ADD IPLOGICPORT command to add an IP logical port on the Abis interface.

2.

Bind a user-plane link and an IP logical port on the Abis interface.

l For a GBTS, you can run the SET BTSIP command to bind an IP logical port and a GBTS.
l For an eGBTS, you can run the ADD IPPATH command to bind an IP path and an IP logical
port if the peer end is a BSC6900.
l For an eGBTS, you can run the ADD ADJLOGICPORTBIND command to bind an
adjacent node and an IP logical port if the peer end is a BSC6910.
Step 3 Configure a TRM table on the base station controller side.
Configure a TRM table for the BSC. For details, see section 4.2.2 Transmission Resource
Management Strategies.
1.

Run the ADD TRMMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the UP on the Abis interface.

2.

Run the SET BSCABISPRIMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and
data from the CP on the Abis interface.

3.

Run the ADD ADJMAP command to add the mapping from the Abis interface to the
TRMMAP index.

Step 4 Configure a TRM table on the base station side.


Configure a TRM table for the GBTS/eGBTS and eNodeB, respectively. For details, see section
4.2.2 Transmission Resource Management Strategies.
1.

Run the SET BTSVLAN command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the CP and UP of a GBTS. Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping
between DSCP values and data from the CP of an eGBTS.

2.

Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data from
the CP of an eNodeB.

3.

Run the MOD UDTPARAGRP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and
data from the UP of an eNodeB.

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//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping if the eGBTS side of a separate-MPT multimode base
station provides a co-transmission port
SET LR: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, LRSW=ENABLE, CIR=20000,
CBS=40000, EBS=0;

//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping if the eNodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base
station provides a co-transmission port
SET LR: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, LRSW=ENABLE, CIR=20000,
CBS=40000, EBS=0;

//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping if a co-MPT multimode base station provides a cotransmission port
SET LR: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, LRSW=ENABLE, CIR=20000,
CBS=40000, EBS=0;

//Configuring logical ports on the base station controller side


//Adding a logical port on the Abis interface (BSC6900)
ADD IPLOGICPORT: SRN=1, SN=24, BT=GOUc, LPNTYPE=Leaf, LPN=1, CARRYT=ETHER, PN=0,
RSCMNGMODE=SHARE, BWADJ=OFF, CIR=157, FLOWCTRLSWITCH=ON, OPSEPFLAG=OFF;
//In the preceding script, the unit of bandwidth configured on a logical port is 64
kbit/s. Therefore, the CIR value 157 means that the configured bandwidth is 10,048
kbit/s.

//Adding a logical port on the Abis interface (BSC6910)


ADD IPLOGICPORT: SRN=1, SN=24, BT=GOUc, LPNTYPE=Leaf, FLOWCTRLSWITCH=ON, CIR=157,
LPN=1, CARRYT=IPPOOL, IPADDR="172.16.140.140";
//In the preceding script, the unit of bandwidth configured on a logical port is 64
kbit/s. Therefore, the CIR value 157 means that the configured bandwidth is 10,048
kbit/s.

//For a GBTS, binding an IP logical port and a GBTS on the Abis interface
SET BTSIP: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=1, BTSCOMTYPE=LOGICIP, BTSIP="16.16.90.201",
BSCIP="172.16.140.140", CFGFLAG=IPLGCPORT, SN=24, LPN=1;
//In the preceding script, the base station is identified by its base station index.

//For an eGBTS, binding an IP path and an IP logical port on the Abis interface if the peer end
is a BSC6900
ADD IPPATH: ANI=3, PATHID=0, ITFT=ABIS, ISEGBTS=Yes, PATHT=QoS,
IPADDR="172.16.140.140", PEERIPADDR="16.16.90.201", TXBW=10000, RXBW=10000,
CARRYFLAG=IPLGCPORT, LPNSN=0, LPN=1, VLANFLAG=DISABLE, PATHCHK=DISABLED,
AbisLnkBKFLAG=OFF;

//For an eGBTS, binding an adjacent node and an IP logical port on the Abis interface if the peer
end is a BSC6910
ADD ADJLOGICPORTBIND: ANI=3, SRN=1, SN=24, LPN=1;

//Configuring a TRM table on the base station controller side


//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the UP on the Abis interface
ADD
TRMMAP:TMI=111,ITFT=ABIS,TRANST=IP,CSVOICEPATH=EF,CSDATAPATH=AF41,PSHPRIDATAPATH=A
F41,PSLPRIDATAPATH=AF31;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP on the Abis interface
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SET BSCABISPRIMAP: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=1, TRANSTYPE=IP, OMLDSCP=48, RSLDSCP=48,


EMLDSCP=18, ESLDSCP=48;

//Adding the mapping from the Abis interface to the TRMMAP index
ADD ADJMAP: ANI=3, ITFT=ABIS, TMIGLD=111, FTI=1;

//Configuring a TRM table on the base station side


//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP and UP of a GBTS
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET

BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:

IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,

BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,

SERVICETYPE=OML, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE=RSL, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE=EML, DSCP=18;
SERVICETYPE=ESL, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE= CSVOICE, DSCP=46;
SERVICETYPE= CSDATA, DSCP=34;
SERVICETYPE= PSHIGHPRI, DSCP=34;
SERVICETYPE= PSLOWPRI, DSCP=26;
SERVICETYPE= OTHERDATA, DSCP=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of an eGBTS
SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of an eNodeB
SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the UP of an eNodeB
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD

UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:

UDTPARAGRPID=40,
UDTPARAGRPID=41,
UDTPARAGRPID=42,
UDTPARAGRPID=43,
UDTPARAGRPID=44,
UDTPARAGRPID=45,
UDTPARAGRPID=46,
UDTPARAGRPID=47,
UDTPARAGRPID=48,

PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRI=46;
PRI=18;
PRI=18;
PRI=18;
PRI=0;

PRI=46,
PRI=26,
PRI=34,
PRI=26,

ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;

Single Configuration Using the CME


The parameters related to this feature cannot be modified in batches. This section only describes
how to use the CME to perform a single configuration.
Set parameters on the CME configuration interface according to the operation sequence
described in Table 7-19. For instructions on how to perform the CME single configuration, see
CME Single Configuration Operation Guide.
Table 7-19 MOs related to this feature
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BTSIP/IPPATH/
ADJLOGICPORTB
IND

BSC

TRMMAP

BSC

BSCABISPRIMAP

BSC

ADJMAP

BSC

BTSVLAN/DIFPRI

GBTS or eGBTS

DIFPRI

eNodeB

UDTPARAGRP

eNodeB

7.4.11 Initial Configuration (Limited Access Bandwidth for UL/UT/


ULT Multimode Base Stations)
Using MML Commands
Step 1 Configure traffic limiting and shaping on the co-transmission port.
l Run the SET LR command to configure traffic limiting and shaping if the NodeB or eNodeB
side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a co-transmission port.
l Run the SET LR command to configure traffic limiting and shaping if a co-MPT multimode
base station provides a co-transmission port.
Step 2 Configure logical ports on the base station controller side.
1.

Run the ADD IPLOGICPORT command to add an IP logical port on the Iub interface.

2.

Bind a user-plane link and an IP logical port on the Iub interface.

l If the transmission resource pool feature is not implemented on the Iub interface, you can
run the ADD IPPATH command to bind an IP path and an IP logical port on the Iub interface.
l If the transmission resource pool feature is implemented on the Iub interface, you can run
the ADD ADJLOGICPORTBIND command to bind an adjacent node and an IP logical
port on the Iub interface.
Step 3 Configure a TRM table on the base station controller side.
Configure a TRM table for the RNC. For details, see section 4.2.2 Transmission Resource
Management Strategies.
1.

Run the ADD TRMMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the UP and CP on the Iub interface.

2.

Run the ADD ADJMAP command to add the mapping from the Iub interface to the
TRMMAP index.

Step 4 Configure a TRM table on the base station side.


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1.

Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data from
the CP of a NodeB.

2.

Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data from
the CP of an eNodeB.

3.

Run the MOD UDTPARAGRP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and
data from the UP of an eNodeB.

Step 5 Configure the dynamic flow control algorithm for the NodeB.
1.

Run the ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA command to add an HSUPA flow control parameter
to set the uplink bandwidth adaptive flow control switch.

2.

Run the ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA command to add an HSDPA flow control parameter
to set the HSDPA flow control switch.

Step 6 Disable the traffic control switch of the default transport resource group configured on the cotransmission port.
If the NodeB or eNodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a cotransmission port and co-transmission is implemented through panel interconnection, the traffic
control switch for a transport resource group must be disabled on the co-transmission port.
Otherwise, when transmission resources become congested, passing data will preempt
bandwidth from the local data. This deteriorates user experience.
1.

Run the ADD RSCGRP command to configure a default transport resource group on the
co-transmission port.

2.

Run the SET RSCGRPALG command to disable the traffic control switch of the default
transport resource group you have configured.

----End

MML Command Examples


//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping on the co-transmission port
//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping if the NodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base
station provides a co-transmission port
SET LR: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, LRSW=ENABLE, CIR=20000,
CBS=40000, EBS=0;

//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping if the eNodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base
station provides a co-transmission port
SET LR: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, LRSW=ENABLE, CIR=20000,
CBS=40000, EBS=0;

//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping if a co-MPT multimode base station provides a cotransmission port
SET LR: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, LRSW=ENABLE, CIR=20000,
CBS=40000, EBS=0;

//Configuring logical ports on the base station controller side


//Adding a logical port on the Iub interface
ADD IPLOGICPORT: SRN=1, SN=26, BT=GOUc, LPNTYPE=Leaf, LPN=1, CARRYT=ETHER, PN=0,
RSCMNGMODE=SHARE, BWADJ=OFF, CIR=313, FLOWCTRLSWITCH=ON, OPSEPFLAG=OFF;

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//In the preceding script, the unit of bandwidth configured on a logical port is 64
kbit/s. Therefore, the CIR value 313 means that the configured bandwidth is 20,032
kbit/s.

//Binding an IP path and an IP logical port if the transmission resource pool feature is not
implemented on the Iub interface
ADD IPPATH: ANI=10, PATHID=1, ITFT=IUB, TRANST=IP, PATHT=QoS,
IPADDR="172.16.100.140", PEERIPADDR="16.16.70.201", TXBW=20000, RXBW=20000,
CARRYFLAG=NULL, VLANFlAG=DISABLE, PATHCHK=DISABLED;

//Binding an adjacent node and an IP logical port if the transmission resource pool feature is
implemented on the Iub interface
ADD ADJLOGICPORTBIND: ANI=10, SRN=1, SN=26, LPN=1;

//Configuring a TRM table on the base station controller side


//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP and UP on the Iub interface
ADD
TRMMAP:TMI=110,ITFT=IUB,TRANST=IP,CCHPRIPATH=EF,SIPPRIPATH=EF,SRBPRIPATH=EF,VOICEP
RIPATH=EF,CSCONVPRIPATH=AF41,CSSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,PSCONVPRIPATH=AF41,PSSTRMPRIPATH=A
F41,PSINTHGHPRIPATH=AF21,PSINTLOWPRIPATH=AF21,PSBKGPRIPATH=AF21,HDSRBPRIPATH=EF,HD
SIPPRIPATH=EF,HDVOICEPRIPATH=EF,HDCONVPRIPATH=AF41,HDSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,HDINTHGHPRIP
ATH=AF11,HDINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11,HDINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11,HDBKGPRIPATH=AF11,HUSRBPRIPATH=
EF,HUSIPPRIPATH=EF,HUVOICEPRIPATH=EF,HUCONVPRIPATH=AF41,HUSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,HUINTHG
HPRIPATH=AF11,HUINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11,HUINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11,HUBKGPRIPATH=AF11;

//Adding the mapping from the Iub interface to the TRMMAP index
ADD ADJMAP: ANI=10, ITFT=IUB, TRANST=IP, CNMNGMODE=SHARE, TMIGLD=110, TMISLV=110,
TMIBRZ=110, FTI=1;

//Configuring a TRM table on the base station side


//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of a NodeB
SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of an eNodeB
SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the UP of an eNodeB
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD

UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:

UDTPARAGRPID=40,
UDTPARAGRPID=41,
UDTPARAGRPID=42,
UDTPARAGRPID=43,
UDTPARAGRPID=44,
UDTPARAGRPID=45,
UDTPARAGRPID=46,
UDTPARAGRPID=47,
UDTPARAGRPID=48,

PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRI=46;
PRI=18;
PRI=18;
PRI=18;
PRI=0;

PRI=46,
PRI=26,
PRI=34,
PRI=26,

ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;

//Configuring the dynamic flow control algorithm for the NodeB


//If the bearer network supports three or more queues
//Adding an HSUPA flow control parameter
ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
BWPRTSWITCH=ON, TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH=ON;

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//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter


ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH=BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE;

//In the case of a co-MPT multimode base station


//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH=BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE, FAIRSWTICH=ENABLE;

//If the bearer network supports two queues


//Adding an HSUPA flow control parameter
ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
BWPRTSWITCH=ON, TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH=OFF;

//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter in the case of a separate-MPT multimode base
station
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH= NO_BW_SHAPING;

//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter in the case of a co-MPT multimode base station
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH= NO_BW_SHAPING, FAIRSWTICH=ENABLE;

//Disabling the traffic control switch of the default transport resource group configured on the
co-transmission port
//Configuring a default transport resource group on the co-transmission port in a separate-MPT
multimode base station where co-transmission is implemented through panel interconnection
ADD RSCGRP: SN=6, BEAR=IP, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=DEFAULTPORT, RU=KBPS;

//Disabling the traffic control switch on the default transport resource group you have configured
SET RSCGRPALG: SN=6, BEAR=IP, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=DEFAULTPORT,
TCSW=DISABLE;

Single Configuration Using the CME


The parameters related to this feature cannot be modified in batches. This section only describes
how to use the CME to perform a single configuration.
Set parameters on the CME configuration interface according to the operation sequence
described in Table 7-20. For instructions on how to perform the CME single configuration, see
CME Single Configuration Operation Guide.
Table 7-20 MOs related to this feature
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ADJLOGICPORTB
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RNC

TRMMAP

RNC

ADJMAP

RNC

DIFPRI

NodeB

DIFPRI

eNodeB

UDTPARAGRP

eNodeB

ULFLOWCTRLPA
RA

NodeB

DLFLOWCTRLPA
RA

NodeB

RSCGRP

NodeB, eNodeB, or
multimode base
stations

RSCGRPALG

NodeB, eNodeB, or
multimode base
stations

7.4.12 Initial Configuration (Limited Access Bandwidth for GUL/


GUT/GULT Multimode Base Stations)
Using MML Commands
Step 1 Configure traffic limiting and shaping on the co-transmission port.
l Run the SET LR command to configure traffic limiting and shaping if the eGBTS, NodeB,
or eNodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a co-transmission port.
l Run the SET LR command to configure traffic limiting and shaping if a co-MPT multimode
base station provides a co-transmission port.
Step 2 Configure logical ports on the base station controller side.
1.

Run the ADD IPLOGICPORT command to add an IP logical port on the Abis interface.

2.

Run the ADD IPLOGICPORT command to add an IP logical port on the Iub interface.

3.

Bind a user-plane link and an IP logical port on the Abis interface.


l For a GBTS, you can run the SET BTSIP command to bind an IP logical port and a
GBTS.
l For an eGBTS, you can run the ADD IPPATH command to bind an IP path and an IP
logical port if the peer end is a BSC6900.

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l For an eGBTS, you can run the ADD ADJLOGICPORTBIND command to bind an
adjacent node and an IP logical port if the peer end is a BSC6910.
4.

Bind a user-plane link and an IP logical port on the Iub interface.

l If the transmission resource pool feature is not implemented on the Iub interface, you can
run the ADD IPPATH command to bind an IP path and an IP logical port.
l If the transmission resource pool feature is implemented on the Iub interface, you can run
the ADD ADJLOGICPORTBIND command to bind an adjacent node and an IP logical
port.
Step 3 Configure a TRM table on the base station controller side.
Configure a TRM table for the RNC and BSC, respectively. For details, see 4.2.2 Transmission
Resource Management Strategies.
1.

Run the ADD TRMMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the UP and CP on the Iub interface.

2.

Run the ADD TRMMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the UP on the Abis interface.

3.

Run the SET BSCABISPRIMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and
data from the CP on the Abis interface.

4.

Run the ADD ADJMAP command to add the mapping from the Iub interface to the
TRMMAP index.

5.

Run the ADD ADJMAP command to add the mapping from the Abis interface to the
TRMMAP index.

Step 4 Configure a TRM table on the base station side.


1.

Run the SET BTSVLAN command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the CP and UP of a GBTS. Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping
between DSCP values and data from the CP of an eGBTS.

2.

Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data from
the CP of a NodeB.

3.

Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data from
the CP of an eNodeB.

4.

Run the MOD UDTPARAGRP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and
data from the UP of an eNodeB.

Step 5 Configure the dynamic flow control algorithm for the NodeB.
1.

Run the ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA command to add an HSUPA flow control parameter
to set the uplink bandwidth adaptive flow control switch.

2.

Run the ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA command to add an HSDPA flow control parameter
to set the HSDPA flow control switch.

Step 6 Disable the traffic control switch of the default transport resource group configured on the cotransmission port.
If the NodeB or eNodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a cotransmission port and co-transmission is implemented through panel interconnection, the traffic
control switch for a transport resource group must be disabled on the co-transmission port.
Otherwise, when transmission resources become congested, passing data will preempt
bandwidth from the local data. This deteriorates user experience.
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1.

Run the ADD RSCGRP command to configure a default transport resource group on the
co-transmission port.

2.

Run the SET RSCGRPALG command to disable the traffic control switch of the default
transport resource group you have configured.

----End

MML Command Examples


//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping on the co-transmission port
//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping if the eGBTS side of a separate-MPT multimode base
station provides a co-transmission port
SET LR: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, LRSW=ENABLE, CIR=20000,
CBS=40000, EBS=0;

//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping if the NodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base
station provides a co-transmission port
SET LR: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, LRSW=ENABLE, CIR=20000,
CBS=40000, EBS=0;

//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping if the eNodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base
station provides a co-transmission port
SET LR: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, LRSW=ENABLE, CIR=20000,
CBS=40000, EBS=0;

//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping if a co-MPT multimode base station provides a cotransmission port
SET LR: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, LRSW=ENABLE, CIR=20000,
CBS=40000, EBS=0;

//Configuring logical ports on the base station controller side


//Adding a logical port on the Abis interface (BSC6900)
ADD IPLOGICPORT: SRN=1, SN=24, BT=GOUc, LPNTYPE=Leaf, LPN=1, CARRYT=ETHER, PN=0,
RSCMNGMODE=SHARE, BWADJ=OFF, CIR=157, FLOWCTRLSWITCH=ON, OPSEPFLAG=OFF;
//In the preceding script, the unit of bandwidth configured on a logical port is 64
kbit/s. Therefore, the CIR value 157 means that the configured bandwidth is 10048
kbit/s.

//Adding a logical port on the Abis interface (BSC6910)


ADD IPLOGICPORT: SRN=1, SN=24, BT=GOUc, LPNTYPE=Leaf, FLOWCTRLSWITCH=ON, CIR=157,
LPN=1, CARRYT=IPPOOL, IPADDR="172.16.140.140";
//In the preceding script, the unit of bandwidth configured on a logical port is 64
kbit/s. Therefore, the CIR value 157 means that the configured bandwidth is 10048
kbit/s.

//Adding a logical port on the Iub interface


ADD IPLOGICPORT: SRN=1, SN=26, BT=GOUc, LPNTYPE=Leaf, LPN=1, CARRYT=ETHER, PN=0,
RSCMNGMODE=SHARE, BWADJ=OFF, CIR=313, FLOWCTRLSWITCH=ON, OPSEPFLAG=OFF;
//In the preceding script, the unit of bandwidth configured on a logical port is 64
kbit/s. Therefore, the CIR value 313 means that the configured bandwidth is 20,032
kbit/s.

//For a GBTS, binding an IP logical port and a GBTS on the Abis interface
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SET BTSIP: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=1, BTSCOMTYPE=LOGICIP, BTSIP="16.16.90.201",


BSCIP="172.16.140.140", CFGFLAG=IPLGCPORT, SN=24, LPN=1;
//In the preceding script, the base station is identified by its base station index.

//For an eGBTS, binding an IP path and an IP logical port on the Abis interface if the peer end
is a BSC6900
ADD IPPATH: ANI=3, PATHID=0, ITFT=ABIS, ISEGBTS=Yes, PATHT=QoS,
IPADDR="172.16.140.140", PEERIPADDR="16.16.90.201", TXBW=10000, RXBW=10000,
CARRYFLAG=IPLGCPORT, LPNSN=0, LPN=1, VLANFLAG=DISABLE, PATHCHK=DISABLED,
AbisLnkBKFLAG=OFF;

//For an eGBTS, binding an adjacent node and an IP logical port on the Abis interface if the peer
end is a BSC6910
ADD ADJLOGICPORTBIND: ANI=3, SRN=1, SN=24, LPN=1;

//Binding an IP path and an IP logical port if the transmission resource pool feature is not
implemented on the Iub interface
ADD IPPATH: ANI=10, PATHID=1, ITFT=IUB, TRANST=IP, PATHT=QoS,
IPADDR="172.16.100.140", PEERIPADDR="16.16.70.201", TXBW=20000, RXBW=20000,
CARRYFLAG=NULL, VLANFlAG=DISABLE, PATHCHK=DISABLED;

//Binding an adjacent node and an IP logical port if the transmission resource pool feature is
implemented on the Iub interface
ADD ADJLOGICPORTBIND: ANI=10, SRN=1, SN=26, LPN=1;

//Configuring a TRM table on the base station controller side


//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP and UP on the Iub interface
ADD
TRMMAP:TMI=110,ITFT=IUB,TRANST=IP,CCHPRIPATH=EF,SIPPRIPATH=EF,SRBPRIPATH=EF,VOICEP
RIPATH=EF,CSCONVPRIPATH=AF41,CSSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,PSCONVPRIPATH=AF41,PSSTRMPRIPATH=A
F41,PSINTHGHPRIPATH=AF21,PSINTLOWPRIPATH=AF21,PSBKGPRIPATH=AF21,HDSRBPRIPATH=EF,HD
SIPPRIPATH=EF,HDVOICEPRIPATH=EF,HDCONVPRIPATH=AF41,HDSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,HDINTHGHPRIP
ATH=AF11,HDINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11,HDINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11,HDBKGPRIPATH=AF11,HUSRBPRIPATH=
EF,HUSIPPRIPATH=EF,HUVOICEPRIPATH=EF,HUCONVPRIPATH=AF41,HUSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,HUINTHG
HPRIPATH=AF11,HUINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11,HUINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11,HUBKGPRIPATH=AF11;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the UP on the Abis interface
ADD
TRMMAP:TMI=111,ITFT=ABIS,TRANST=IP,CSVOICEPATH=EF,CSDATAPATH=AF41,PSHPRIDATAPATH=A
F41,PSLPRIDATAPATH=AF31;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP on the Abis interface
SET BSCABISPRIMAP: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=1, TRANSTYPE=IP, OMLDSCP=48, RSLDSCP=48,
EMLDSCP=18, ESLDSCP=48;

//Adding the mapping from the Iub interface to the TRMMAP index
ADD ADJMAP: ANI=10, ITFT=IUB, TRANST=IP, CNMNGMODE=SHARE, TMIGLD=110, TMISLV=110,
TMIBRZ=110, FTI=1;

//Adding the mapping from the Abis interface to the TRMMAP index
ADD ADJMAP: ANI=3, ITFT=ABIS, TMIGLD=111, FTI=1;

//Configuring a TRM table on the base station side


//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP and UP of a GBTS
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SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET

BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:
BTSVLAN:

IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,
IDTYPE=BYID,

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BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,
BTSID=1,

SERVICETYPE=OML, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE=RSL, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE=EML, DSCP=18;
SERVICETYPE=ESL, DSCP=48;
SERVICETYPE= CSVOICE, DSCP=46;
SERVICETYPE= CSDATA, DSCP=34;
SERVICETYPE= PSHIGHPRI, DSCP=34;
SERVICETYPE= PSLOWPRI, DSCP=26;
SERVICETYPE= OTHERDATA, DSCP=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of an eGBTS
SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of a NodeB
SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of an eNodeB
SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the UP of an eNodeB
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD

UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:

UDTPARAGRPID=40,
UDTPARAGRPID=41,
UDTPARAGRPID=42,
UDTPARAGRPID=43,
UDTPARAGRPID=44,
UDTPARAGRPID=45,
UDTPARAGRPID=46,
UDTPARAGRPID=47,
UDTPARAGRPID=48,

PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRI=46;
PRI=18;
PRI=18;
PRI=18;
PRI=0;

PRI=46,
PRI=26,
PRI=34,
PRI=26,

ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;

//Configuring the dynamic flow control algorithm for the NodeB


//If the bearer network supports three or more queues
//Adding an HSUPA flow control parameter
ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
BWPRTSWITCH=ON, TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH=ON;

//In the case of a separate-MPT multimode base station


//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH=BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE;

//In the case of a co-MPT multimode base station


//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH=BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE, FAIRSWTICH=ENABLE;

//If the bearer network supports two queues


//Adding an HSUPA flow control parameter
ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
BWPRTSWITCH=ON, TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH=OFF;

//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter in the case of a separate-MPT multimode base
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ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,


SWITCH= NO_BW_SHAPING;

//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter in the case of a co-MPT multimode base station
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH= NO_BW_SHAPING, FAIRSWTICH=ENABLE;

//Disabling the traffic control switch of the default transport resource group configured on the
co-transmission port
//Configuring a default transport resource group on the co-transmission port in a separate-MPT
multimode base station where co-transmission is implemented through panel interconnection
ADD RSCGRP: SN=6, BEAR=IP, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=DEFAULTPORT, RU=KBPS;

//Disabling the traffic control switch on the default transport resource group you have configured
SET RSCGRPALG: SN=6, BEAR=IP, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=DEFAULTPORT,
TCSW=DISABLE;

Single Configuration Using the CME


The parameters related to this feature cannot be modified in batches. This section only describes
how to use the CME to perform a single configuration.
Set parameters on the CME configuration interface according to the operation sequence
described in Table 7-21. For instructions on how to perform the CME single configuration, see
CME Single Configuration Operation Guide.
Table 7-21 MOs related to this feature
SN

NE

LR/LR/LR/LR

eGBTS, NodeB,
eNodeB, or co-MPT
multimode base
stations

IPLOGICPORT

BSC and RNC

BTSIP/IPPATH/
ADJLOGICPORTB
IND

BSC

IPPATH/
ADJLOGICPORTB
IND

RNC

TRMMAP

BSC

TRMMAP

RNC

BSCABISPRIMAP

BSC

ADJMAP

BSC

ADJMAP

RNC

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4

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MO

NE

BTSVLAN/DIFPRI

GBTS or eGBTS

DIFPRI

NodeB

DIFPRI

eNodeB

UDTPARAGRP

eNodeB

ULFLOWCTRLPA
RA

NodeB

DLFLOWCTRLPA
RA

NodeB

RSCGRP

eGBTS, NodeB,
eNodeB, or co-MPT
multimode base
stations

RSCGRPALG

eGBTS, NodeB,
eNodeB, or co-MPT
multimode base
stations

7.4.13 Initial Configuration (Limited Access Bandwidth for Each


Operator in a UL/UT Dual-Mode Base Station in RAN Sharing
Scenarios)
Using MML Commands
Step 1 Configure traffic limiting and shaping on the co-transmission port.
l Scenario 1: The NodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a cotransmission port.
1.

Run the ADD RSCGRP command to configure a transport resource group.

2.

Bind a user-plane link for transmitting local data and the configured transport resource
group on the base station side.
NOTE

A user-plane link can be configured either in link mode or in end-point mode. In link mode, users
configure an IP path. In end-point mode, users configure an end point group that includes the IP
addresses of the local and peer ends.

l If you use link mode to configure a user-plane link:


a. Run the ADD IPPATH command to add an IP path and bind this IP path and the
configured transport resource group.
b. Run the ADD NODEBPATH command to bind a NodeB and the added IP path.
l If you use end-point mode to configure a user-plane link:
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a. Run the ADD EPGROUP command to add an end point group on the base station
side.
b. Run the ADD USERPLANEHOST command to add a user-plane host on the base
station side.
c. Run the ADD USERPLANEPEER command to add a user-plane peer on the base
station side.
d. Run the ADD UPHOST2EPGRP command to bind the added user-plane host and
the added end point group on the base station side.
e. Run the ADD UPPEER2EPGRP command to bind the added user-plane peer and
the added end point group on the base station side.
f. Run the ADD EP2RSCGRP command to bind the added end point group and the
configured transport resource group.
3.

Run the ADD IP2RSCGRP command to bind a user-plane link for transmitting passing
data and a transport resource group on the base station side.

l Scenario 2: The eNodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a cotransmission port.
1.

Run the ADD RSCGRP command to configure a transport resource group.

2.

Bind a user-plane link for transmitting local data and the configured transport resource
group on the base station side.
l If you use link mode to configure a user-plane link:
a. Run the ADD IPPATH command to add an IP path and bind this IP path and the
configured transport resource group.
b. Run the ADD ENODEBPATH command to bind an eNodeB and the added IP path.
l If you use end-point mode to configure a user-plane link:
a. Run the ADD EPGROUP command to add an end point group on the base station
side.
b. Run the ADD USERPLANEHOST command to add a user-plane host on the base
station side.
c. Run the ADD USERPLANEPEER command to add a user-plane peer on the base
station side.
d. Run the ADD UPHOST2EPGRP command to bind the added user-plane host and
the added end point group on the base station side.
e. Run the ADD UPPEER2EPGRP command to bind the added user-plane peer and
the added end point group on the base station side.
f. Run the ADD EP2RSCGRP command to bind the added end point group and the
configured transport resource group.

3.

Run the ADD IP2RSCGRP command to bind a user-plane link for transmitting passing
data and a transport resource group on the base station side.

l Scenario 3: A co-MPT multimode base station provides a co-transmission port.


1.

Run the ADD RSCGRP command to configure a transport resource group.

2.

Bind a user-plane link and the configured transport resource group on the base station side.
l If you use link mode to configure a user-plane link:
a. Run the ADD IPPATH command to add an IP path and bind this IP path and the
configured transport resource group. In this step, set Peer IP to the RNC IP address.

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b. Run the ADD NODEBPATH command to bind a NodeB and the added IP path.
l If you use end-point mode to configure a user-plane link:
a. Run the ADD EPGROUP command to add an end point group on the base station
side.
b. Run the ADD USERPLANEHOST command to add a user-plane host on the base
station side.
c. Run the ADD USERPLANEPEER command to add a user-plane peer on the base
station side.
d. Run the ADD UPHOST2EPGRP command to bind the added user-plane host and
the added end point group on the base station side.
e. Run the ADD UPPEER2EPGRP command to bind the added user-plane peer and
the added end point group on the base station side.
f. Run the ADD EP2RSCGRP command to bind the added end point group and the
configured transport resource group.
Step 2 Configure logical ports on the base station controller side.
1.

Run the ADD IPLOGICPORT command to add an IP logical port on the Iub interface.

2.

Run the ADD IPPATH command to bind a user-plane link and an IP logical port on the
Iub interface on the base station controller side.

Step 3 Configure a TRM table on the base station controller side.


Configure a TRM table for the RNC. For details, see section 4.3.2 Transmission Resource
Management Strategies.
1.

Run the ADD TRMMAP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data
from the UP and CP on the Iub interface.

2.

Run the ADD ADJMAP command to add the mapping from the Iub interface to the
TRMMAP index.

Step 4 Configure a TRM table on the base station side.


1.

Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data from
the CP of a NodeB.

2.

Run the SET DIFPRI command to set the mapping between DSCP values and data from
the CP of an eNodeB.

3.

Run the MOD UDTPARAGRP command to set the mapping between DSCP values and
data from the UP of an eNodeB.

Step 5 Configure the dynamic flow control algorithm for the NodeB.
1.

Run the ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA command to add an HSUPA flow control parameter
to set the uplink bandwidth adaptive flow control switch.

2.

Run the ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA command to add an HSDPA flow control parameter
to set the HSDPA flow control switch.

Step 6 Disable the traffic control switch of the default transport resource group configured on the cotransmission port.
If the NodeB or eNodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a cotransmission port and co-transmission is implemented through panel interconnection, the traffic
control switch for a transport resource group must be disabled on the co-transmission port.
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Otherwise, when transmission resources become congested, passing data will preempt
bandwidth from the local data. This deteriorates user experience. Run the SET RSCGRPALG
command to disable the traffic control switch of the default transport resource group you have
configured.
----End

MML Command Examples


//Two operators share one multimode base station
//Configuring traffic limiting and shaping on the co-transmission port
//If the NodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a co-transmission port
//Configuring a transport resource group
ADD RSCGRP: SN=6, BEAR=IP, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, RSCGRPID=1, RU=KBPS,
TXBW=10000, RXBW=10000, TXCBS=20000, TXEBS=64, OID=0, WEIGHT=100, TXCIR=10000,
RXCIR=10000, TXPIR=10000, RXPIR=10000, TXPBS=20000;
ADD RSCGRP: SN=6, BEAR=IP, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, RSCGRPID=2, RU=KBPS,
TXBW=10000, RXBW=10000, TXCBS=20000, TXEBS=64, OID=1, WEIGHT=100, TXCIR=10000,
RXCIR=10000, TXPIR=10000, RXPIR=10000, TXPBS=20000;

//If you use link mode to configure a user-plane link


//Binding an IP path and the configured transport resource group
ADD IPPATH: PATHID=1, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, JNRSCGRP=ENABLE, RSCGRPID=1,
LOCALIP="16.16.70.201", PEERIP="172.16.90.140", PATHTYPE=ANY;
ADD NODEBPATH: PATHID=1;
ADD IPPATH: PATHID=2, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, JNRSCGRP=ENABLE, RSCGRPID=2,
LOCALIP="16.16.60.201", PEERIP="172.16.80.140", PATHTYPE=ANY;
ADD NODEBPATH: PATHID=2;

//If you use end-point mode to configure a user-plane link


//Binding an end point group and the configured transport resource group
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD

EPGROUP: EPGROUPID=0;
EPGROUP: EPGROUPID=1;
USERPLANEHOST: UPHOSTID=0, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="16.16.70.201";
USERPLANEHOST: UPHOSTID=1, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="16.16.60.201";
USERPLANEPEER: UPPEERID=0, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="172.16.90.140";
USERPLANEPEER: UPPEERID=1, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="172.16.80.140";
UPHOST2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=0, UPHOSTID=0;
UPHOST2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=1, UPHOSTID=1;
UPPEER2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=0, UPPEERID=0;
UPPEER2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=1, UPPEERID=1;
EP2RSCGRP: ENDPOINTID=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=1;
EP2RSCGRP: ENDPOINTID=1, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=2;

//Binding the passing data and the configured transport resource group
ADD IP2RSCGRP: SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=1, DSTIP="172.15.90.140",
DSTMASK="255.255.255.255";
ADD IP2RSCGRP: SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=2, DSTIP="172.15.80.140",
DSTMASK="255.255.255.255";

//If the eNodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a co-transmission port
//Configuring a transport resource group
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ADD RSCGRP: SN=6, BEAR=IP, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, RSCGRPID=1, RU=KBPS,


TXBW=10000, RXBW=10000, TXCBS=20000, TXEBS=64, OID=0, WEIGHT=100, TXCIR=10000,
RXCIR=10000, TXPIR=10000, RXPIR=10000, TXPBS=10000;
ADD RSCGRP: SN=6, BEAR=IP, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, RSCGRPID=2, RU=KBPS,
TXBW=10000, RXBW=10000, TXCBS=20000, TXEBS=64, OID=1, WEIGHT=100, TXCIR=10000,
RXCIR=10000, TXPIR=10000, RXPIR=10000, TXPBS=10000;

//If you use link mode to configure a user-plane link


//Binding an IP path and the configured transport resource group
ADD IPPATH: PATHID=1, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, JNRSCGRP=ENABLE, RSCGRPID=1,
LOCALIP="16.15.70.201", PEERIP="172.15.90.140", PATHTYPE=ANY;
ADD ENODEBPATH: IpPathId=1, AppType=S1, S1InterfaceId=0;
ADD IPPATH: PATHID=2, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, JNRSCGRP=ENABLE, RSCGRPID=2,
LOCALIP="16.15.60.201", PEERIP="172.15.80.140", PATHTYPE=ANY;
ADD ENODEBPATH: IpPathId=2, AppType=S1, S1InterfaceId=0;

//If you use end-point mode to configure a user-plane link


//Binding an end point group and the configured transport resource group
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD

EPGROUP: EPGROUPID=0;
EPGROUP: EPGROUPID=1;
USERPLANEHOST: UPHOSTID=0, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="16.15.70.201";
USERPLANEHOST: UPHOSTID=1, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="16.15.60.201";
USERPLANEPEER: UPPEERID=0, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="172.15.90.140";
USERPLANEPEER: UPPEERID=1, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="172.15.80.140";
UPHOST2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=0, UPHOSTID=0;
UPHOST2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=1, UPHOSTID=1;
UPPEER2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=0, UPPEERID=0;
UPPEER2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=1, UPPEERID=1;
EP2RSCGRP: ENDPOINTID=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=1;
EP2RSCGRP: ENDPOINTID=1, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=2;

//Binding the passing data and the configured transport resource group
ADD IP2RSCGRP: SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=1, DSTIP="172.16.90.140",
DSTMASK="255.255.255.255";
ADD IP2RSCGRP: SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=2, DSTIP="172.16.80.140",
DSTMASK="255.255.255.255";

//If a co-MPT multimode base station provides a co-transmission port


//Configuring a transport resource group
ADD RSCGRP: SN=6, BEAR=IP, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, RSCGRPID=1, RU=KBPS,
TXBW=10000, RXBW=10000, TXCBS=20000, TXEBS=64, OID=0, WEIGHT=100, TXCIR=10000,
RXCIR=10000, TXPIR=10000, RXPIR=10000, TXPBS=10000;
ADD RSCGRP: SN=6, BEAR=IP, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, PN=0, RSCGRPID=2, RU=KBPS,
TXBW=10000, RXBW=10000, TXCBS=20000, TXEBS=64, OID=1, WEIGHT=100, TXCIR=10000,
RXCIR=10000, TXPIR=10000, RXPIR=10000, TXPBS=10000;

//If you use link mode to configure a user-plane link


//Binding an IP path and the configured transport resource group
ADD IPPATH: PATHID=1, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, JNRSCGRP=ENABLE, RSCGRPID=1,
LOCALIP="16.16.70.201", PEERIP="172.16.90.140", PATHTYPE=ANY;
ADD NODEBPATH: PATHID=1;
ADD IPPATH: PATHID=2, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, JNRSCGRP=ENABLE, RSCGRPID=2,
LOCALIP="16.16.60.201", PEERIP="172.16.80.140", PATHTYPE=ANY;
ADD NODEBPATH: PATHID=2;
ADD IPPATH: PATHID=3, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, JNRSCGRP=ENABLE, RSCGRPID=1,
LOCALIP="16.15.70.201", PEERIP="172.15.90.140", PATHTYPE=ANY;
ADD ENODEBPATH: IpPathId=3, AppType=S1, S1InterfaceId=0;

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ADD IPPATH: PATHID=4, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, JNRSCGRP=ENABLE, RSCGRPID=2,


LOCALIP="16.15.60.201", PEERIP="172.15.80.140", PATHTYPE=ANY;
ADD ENODEBPATH: IpPathId=4, AppType=S1, S1InterfaceId=1;

//If you use end-point mode to configure a user-plane link


//Binding an end point group and the configured transport resource group
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD
ADD

EPGROUP: EPGROUPID=0;
EPGROUP: EPGROUPID=1;
EPGROUP: EPGROUPID=2;
EPGROUP: EPGROUPID=3;
USERPLANEHOST: UPHOSTID=0, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="16.16.70.201";
USERPLANEHOST: UPHOSTID=1, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="16.16.60.201";
USERPLANEHOST: UPHOSTID=2, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="16.15.70.201";
USERPLANEHOST: UPHOSTID=3, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="16.15.60.201";
USERPLANEPEER: UPPEERID=0, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="172.16.90.140";
USERPLANEPEER: UPPEERID=1, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="172.16.80.140";
USERPLANEPEER: UPPEERID=2, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="172.15.90.140";
USERPLANEPEER: UPPEERID=3, IPVERSION=IPv4, LOCIPV4="172.15.80.140";
UPHOST2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=0, UPHOSTID=0;
UPHOST2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=1, UPHOSTID=1;
UPHOST2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=2, UPHOSTID=2;
UPHOST2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=3, UPHOSTID=3;
UPPEER2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=0, UPPEERID=0;
UPPEER2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=1, UPPEERID=1;
UPPEER2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=0, UPPEERID=2;
UPPEER2EPGRP: EPGROUPID=1, UPPEERID=3;
EP2RSCGRP: ENDPOINTID=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=1;
EP2RSCGRP: ENDPOINTID=2, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=1;
EP2RSCGRP: ENDPOINTID=1, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=2;
EP2RSCGRP: ENDPOINTID=3, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=2;

//Configuring logical ports on the base station controller side


//Adding a logical port on the Iub interface
ADD IPLOGICPORT: SRN=1, SN=26, BT=GOUc, LPNTYPE=Leaf, LPN=1, CARRYT=ETHER, PN=0,
RSCMNGMODE=EXCLUSIVE, BWADJ=OFF, CIR=157, FLOWCTRLSWITCH=ON, OPSEPFLAG=OFF;
//In the preceding script, the unit of bandwidth configured on a logical port is 64
kbit/s. Therefore, the CIR value 157 means that the configured bandwidth is 10,048
kbit/s.
ADD IPLOGICPORT: SRN=1, SN=26, BT=GOUc, LPNTYPE=Leaf, LPN=2, CARRYT=ETHER, PN=0,
RSCMNGMODE=EXCLUSIVE, BWADJ=OFF, CIR=157, FLOWCTRLSWITCH=ON, OPSEPFLAG=OFF;
//In the preceding script, the unit of bandwidth configured on a logical port is 64
kbit/s. Therefore, the CIR value 157 means that the configured bandwidth is 10,048
kbit/s.

//Binding an IP path and the logical port you have added on the Iub interface
ADD IPPATH: ANI=10, PATHID=1, ITFT=IUB, TRANST=IP, PATHT=QoS,
IPADDR="172.16.90.140", PEERIPADDR="16.16.70.201", TXBW=10000, RXBW=10000,
CARRYFLAG=NULL, VLANFlAG=DISABLE, PATHCHK=DISABLED;
ADD IPPATH: ANI=10, PATHID=2, ITFT=IUB, TRANST=IP, PATHT=QoS,
IPADDR="172.16.80.140", PEERIPADDR="16.16.60.201", TXBW=10000, RXBW=10000,
CARRYFLAG=NULL, VLANFlAG=DISABLE, PATHCHK=DISABLED;

//Configuring a TRM table on the base station controller side


//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP and UP on the Iub interface
ADD
TRMMAP:TMI=110,ITFT=IUB,TRANST=IP,CCHPRIPATH=EF,SIPPRIPATH=EF,SRBPRIPATH=EF,VOICEP
RIPATH=EF,CSCONVPRIPATH=AF41,CSSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,PSCONVPRIPATH=AF41,PSSTRMPRIPATH=A
F41,PSINTHGHPRIPATH=AF21,PSINTLOWPRIPATH=AF21,PSBKGPRIPATH=AF21,HDSRBPRIPATH=EF,HD
SIPPRIPATH=EF,HDVOICEPRIPATH=EF,HDCONVPRIPATH=AF41,HDSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,HDINTHGHPRIP
ATH=AF11,HDINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11,HDINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11,HDBKGPRIPATH=AF11,HUSRBPRIPATH=

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EF,HUSIPPRIPATH=EF,HUVOICEPRIPATH=EF,HUCONVPRIPATH=AF41,HUSTRMPRIPATH=AF41,HUINTHG
HPRIPATH=AF11,HUINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11,HUINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11,HUBKGPRIPATH=AF11;

//Adding the mapping from the Iub interface to the TRMMAP index
ADD ADJMAP: ANI=10, ITFT=IUB, TRANST=IP, CNMNGMODE=SHARE, TMIGLD=110, TMISLV=110,
TMIBRZ=110, FTI=1;

//Configuring a TRM table on the base station side


//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of a NodeB
SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the CP of an eNodeB
SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP, SIGPRI=48, OMHIGHPRI=46, OMLOWPRI=18, IPCLKPRI=46;

//Setting the mapping between DSCP values and data from the UP of an eNodeB
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD
MOD

UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:
UDTPARAGRP:

UDTPARAGRPID=40,
UDTPARAGRPID=41,
UDTPARAGRPID=42,
UDTPARAGRPID=43,
UDTPARAGRPID=44,
UDTPARAGRPID=45,
UDTPARAGRPID=46,
UDTPARAGRPID=47,
UDTPARAGRPID=48,

PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRIRULE=DSCP,
PRI=46;
PRI=18;
PRI=18;
PRI=18;
PRI=0;

PRI=46,
PRI=26,
PRI=34,
PRI=26,

ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;
ACTFACTOR=100;

//Configuring the dynamic flow control algorithm for the NodeB


//If the bearer network supports three or more queues
//Adding an HSUPA flow control parameter
ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
BWPRTSWITCH=ON, TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH=ON;

//In the case of a separate-MPT multimode base station


//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH=BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE;

//In the case of a co-MPT multimode base station


//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=7, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH=BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE, FAIRSWTICH=ENABLE;

//If the bearer network supports two queues


//Adding an HSUPA flow control parameter
ADD ULFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
BWPRTSWITCH=ON, TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH=OFF;

//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter in the case of a separate-MPT multimode base
station
ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,
SWITCH= NO_BW_SHAPING;

//Adding an HSDPA flow control parameter in the case of a co-MPT multimode base station
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ADD DLFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0, SRN=0, SN=6, SBT=BASE_BOARD, BEAR=IP, PT=ETH, PN=0,


SWITCH= NO_BW_SHAPING, FAIRSWTICH=ENABLE;

//Disabling the traffic control switch of the default transport resource group configured on the
co-transmission port
//Configuring a default transport resource group on the co-transmission port in a separate-MPT
multimode base station where co-transmission is implemented through panel interconnection
SET RSCGRPALG: SN=6, BEAR=IP, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=1, TCSW=DISABLE;
SET RSCGRPALG: SN=6, BEAR=IP, SBT=BASE_BOARD, PT=ETH, RSCGRPID=2, TCSW=DISABLE;

Single Configuration Using the CME


The parameters related to this feature cannot be modified in batches. This section only describes
how to use the CME to perform a single configuration.
Set parameters on the CME configuration interface according to the operation sequence
described in Table 7-22. For instructions on how to perform the CME single configuration, see
CME Single Configuration Operation Guide.
Table 7-22 MOs related to this feature
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NE

RSCGRP

NodeB, eNodeB, or co-MPT multimode


base stations

IPPATH

NodeB, eNodeB, or co-MPT multimode


base stations

NODEBPATH

NodeB or co-MPT multimode base


stations

ENODEBPATH

eNodeB or co-MPT multimode base


stations

IP2RSCGRP

NodeB or eNodeB

IPLOGICPORT

RNC

IPPATH/
ADJLOGICPORTBI
ND

RNC

TRMMAP

RNC

ADJMAP

RNC

DIFPRI

NodeB

DIFPRI

eNodeB

UDTPARAGRP

eNodeB

ULFLOWCTRLPA
RA

NodeB

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MO

NE

DLFLOWCTRLPA
RA

NodeB

RSCGRPALG

NodeB, eNodeB, or multimode base


stations

7.4.14 Activation Observation (Unlimited Access Bandwidth for


Multimode Base Stations)
After the Bandwidth Sharing of Multimode Base Station Co-Transmission feature is activated,
check whether UEs can properly process CS and PS services when transmission resources are
congested and whether the DSCP value of each packet is configured as expected.
l

If yes to both, this feature has been activated.

If no to either, this feature has not been activated.

Perform the following steps to determine whether this feature has been activated:
l

Separate-MPT multimode base station

Step 1 Start IP or MAC tracing on the LMT.


l If the eGBTS provides a co-transmission port, start IP or MAC tracing on the eGBTS LMT.
For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace.
For MAC tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace.
l If the NodeB provides a co-transmission port, start IP or MAC tracing on the NodeB LMT.
For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace.
For MAC tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace.
l If the eNodeB provides a co-transmission port, start IP or MAC tracing on the eNodeB LMT.
For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace.
For MAC tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace.
Step 2 For IP tracing: In the displayed IP Layer Protocol Trace dialog box, specify Local IP
Address and Peer IP Address of the packets to be traced.
For MAC tracing: In the displayed MAC Trace dialog box, specify Local MAC Address and
Peer MAC Address of the packets to be traced.
Step 3 Use the TrafficReview tool to check the TOS (type of service) field in the Layer 3 IP packet
header or the VLAN Priority field in the Layer 2 IP packet header. The first six bits in the TOS
field indicate the DSCP value of a packet. If the calculated DSCP values or VLAN priorities are
the same as DSCP values or VLAN priorities planned, this feature has been activated.
----End
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l If GSM services are initiated, start IP or MAC tracing on the LMT of the co-MPT multimode
base station.
For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace.
For MAC tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace.
l If UMTS services are initiated, start IP or MAC tracing on the LMT of the co-MPT multimode
base station.
For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace.
For MAC tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace.
l If LTE services are initiated, start IP or MAC tracing on the LMT of the co-MPT multimode
base station.
For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace.
For MAC tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace.
Step 2 For IP tracing: In the displayed IP Layer Protocol Trace dialog box, specify Local IP
Address and Peer IP Address of the packets to be traced.
For MAC tracing: In the displayed MAC Trace dialog box, specify Local MAC Address and
Peer MAC Address of the packets to be traced.
Step 3 Use the TrafficReview tool to check the TOS field in the Layer 3 IP packet header or the VLAN
Priority field in the Layer 2 IP packet header. The first six bits in the TOS field indicate the
DSCP value of a packet. If the calculated DSCP values or VLAN priorities are the same as DSCP
values or VLAN priorities planned, this feature has been activated.
----End

7.4.15 Activation Observation (Limited Access Bandwidth for


Multimode Base Stations)
If you do not need to check whether the configured service priority has taken effect, perform the
following steps to check whether the feature has been activated:
Step 1 Run the LST RSCGRP command on the base station that provides the co-transmission port to
check whether a transport resource group has been configured for the co-transmission port. If
not, go to method 2.
Step 2 Initiate a UMTS or LTE PS service and set the maximum data rate to a value greater than the
CIR to simulate transmission resource congestion.
Step 3 Query the value of the VS.RscGroup.FlowOverloadTime counter for the co-transmission port.
If the value is greater than 0, this feature has been activated.
----End
If you need to check whether the configured service priority has taken effect, perform the
following steps to check whether the feature has been activated:
l

The eGBTS side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a co-transmission


port.

Step 1 Initiate a UMTS or LTE PS service and set the maximum data rate higher than the CIR value
to simulate transmission resource congestion.
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Step 2 Start transport link flux monitoring on the eGBTS LMT. Choose Monitor > Realtime
Performance Monitoring > Transport Link Flux Monitoring.
Step 3 Initiate a GSM or UMTS CS service if the traffic flux approaches the bandwidth available for
the bearer network.
Step 4 Terminate the CS service if the call is successfully set up and the voice is clear and constant.
Step 5 Initiate a GSM PS service, connect a personal computer (PC) to the multimode base station, and
use the DU Meter on the PC to check whether the GSM PS service is successfully set up and
the data rate is stable.
l If yes to both, this feature has been activated.
l If no to either, this feature has not been activated.
Step 6 Start IP or MAC tracing on the eGBTS LMT.
For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace. In the displayed
IP Layer Protocol Trace dialog box, specify Local IP Address and Peer IP Address of the
packets to be traced.
For MAC tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace. In the displayed MAC
Trace dialog box, specify Local MAC Address and Peer MAC Address of the packets to be
traced.
Step 7 Use the TrafficReview tool to check the TOS field in the Layer 3 IP packet header or the VLAN
Priority field in the Layer 2 IP packet header. The first six bits in the TOS field indicate the
DSCP value of a packet. If the calculated DSCP values or VLAN priorities are the same as DSCP
values or VLAN priorities planned, this feature has been activated.
----End
l

The NodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a co-transmission port.

Step 1 Initiate a UMTS PS service and set the maximum data rate higher than the CIR value to simulate
transmission resource congestion.
Step 2 Start transport link flux monitoring on the NodeB LMT. Choose Monitor > Realtime
Performance Monitoring > Transport Link Flux Monitoring.
Step 3 Initiate a GSM or UMTS CS service if the traffic flux approaches the bandwidth available for
the bearer network.
Step 4 Terminate the CS service if the call is successfully set up and the voice is clear and constant.
Step 5 Initiate a GSM PS service, connect a PC to the multimode base station, and use the DU Meter
on the PC to check whether the GSM PS service is successfully set up and the data rate is stable.
l If yes, this feature has been activated.
l If no, this feature has not been activated.
NOTE

Step 5 is performed only in a separate-MPT GU dual-mode base station or a separate-MPT GUL triplemode base station.

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For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace. In the displayed
IP Layer Protocol Trace dialog box, specify Local IP Address and Peer IP Address of the
packets to be traced.
For MAC tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace. In the displayed MAC
Trace dialog box, specify Local MAC Address and Peer MAC Address of the packets to be
traced.
Step 7 Use the TrafficReview tool to check the TOS field in the Layer 3 IP packet header or the VLAN
Priority field in the Layer 2 IP packet header. The first six bits in the TOS field indicate the
DSCP value of a packet. If the calculated DSCP values or VLAN priorities are the same as DSCP
values or VLAN priorities planned, this feature has been activated.
----End
l

The eNodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a co-transmission


port.

Step 1 Initiate an LTE PS service and set the maximum data rate higher than the CIR value to simulate
transmission resource congestion.
Step 2 Start transport link flux monitoring on the eNodeB LMT. Choose Monitor > Realtime
Performance Monitoring > Transport Link Flux Monitoring.
Step 3 Initiate a GSM or UMTS CS service if the traffic flux approaches the bandwidth available for
the bearer network.
Step 4 Terminate the CS service if the call is successfully set up and the voice is clear and constant.
Initiate a GSM PS service, connect a PC to the multimode base station, and use the DU Meter
on the PC to check whether the GSM PS service is successfully set up and the data rate is stable.
l If yes, this feature has been activated.
l If no, this feature has not been activated.
NOTE

Step 4 is performed only in a separate-MPT GL dual-mode base station or a separate-MPT GUL triplemode base station.

Step 5 Start IP or MAC tracing on the eNodeB LMT.


For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace. In the displayed
IP Layer Protocol Trace dialog box, specify Local IP Address and Peer IP Address of the
packets to be traced.
For MAC tracing:Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace. In the displayed MAC
Trace dialog box, specify Local MAC Address and Peer MAC Address of the packets to be
traced.
Step 6 Use the TrafficReview tool to check the TOS field in the Layer 3 IP packet header or the VLAN
Priority field in the Layer 2 IP packet header. The first six bits in the TOS field indicate the
DSCP value of a packet. If the calculated DSCP values or VLAN priorities are the same as DSCP
values or VLAN priorities planned, this feature has been activated.
----End
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Step 1 Initiate a UMTS or LTE PS service and set the maximum data rate higher than the CIR value
to simulate transmission resource congestion.
Step 2 Start transport link flux monitoring on the LMT.
l If UMTS services are initiated, start transport link flux monitoring on the LMT. Choose
Monitor > Realtime Performance Monitoring > Transport Link Flux Monitoring.
l If LTE services are initiated, start transport link flux monitoring on the LMT. Choose
Monitor > Realtime Performance Monitoring > Transport Link Flux Monitoring.
Step 3 Initiate a GSM or UMTS CS service if the traffic flux approaches the bandwidth available for
the bearer network.
Step 4 Terminate the CS service if the call is successfully set up and the voice is clear and constant.
Initiate a GSM PS service, connect a PC to the multimode base station, and use the DU Meter
on the PC to check whether the GSM PS service is successfully set up and the data rate is stable.
l If yes, this feature has been activated.
l If no, this feature has not been activated.
NOTE

Step 4 is performed only in a separate-MPT GU/GL dual-mode base station or a separate-MPT GUL triplemode base station.

Step 5 Start IP or MAC tracing on the LMT.


l If GSM services are initiated, start IP or MAC tracing on the LMT.
For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace. In the
displayed IP Layer Protocol Trace dialog box, specify Local IP Address and Peer IP
Address of the packets to be traced.
For MAC tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace. In the displayed
MAC Trace dialog box, specify Local MAC Address and Peer MAC Address of the
packets to be traced.
l If UMTS services are initiated, start IP or MAC tracing on the LMT.
For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace. In the
displayed IP Layer Protocol Trace dialog box, specify Local IP Address and Peer IP
Address of the packets to be traced.
For MAC tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace. In the displayed
MAC Trace dialog box, specify Local MAC Address and Peer MAC Address of the
packets to be traced.
l If LTE services are initiated, start IP or MAC tracing on the LMT.
For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace. In the
displayed IP Layer Protocol Trace dialog box, specify Local IP Address and Peer IP
Address of the packets to be traced.
For MAC tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace. In the displayed
MAC Trace dialog box, specify Local MAC Address and Peer MAC Address of the
packets to be traced.
Step 6 Use the TrafficReview tool to check the TOS field in the Layer 3 IP packet header or the VLAN
Priority field in the Layer 2 IP packet header. The first six bits in the TOS field indicate the
DSCP value of a packet. If the calculated DSCP values or VLAN priorities are the same as DSCP
values or VLAN priorities planned, this feature has been activated.
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7.4.16 Activation Observation (Limited Access Bandwidth for Each


Operator in RAN Sharing Scenarios)
If you do not need to check whether the configured service priority has taken effect, perform the
following steps to check whether the feature has been activated:
Step 1 Run the LST RSCGRP command on the base station that provides the co-transmission port to
check whether a transport resource group has been configured for the co-transmission port. If
not, go to method 2.
Step 2 Initiate a UMTS or LTE PS service for an operator and set the maximum data rate to a value
greater than the TXBW value to simulate transmission resource congestion.
Step 3 Query the value of the VS.RscGroup.FlowOverloadTime counter for the co-transmission port.
If the value is greater than 0, this feature has been activated.
----End
If you need to check whether the configured service priority has taken effect, perform the
following steps to check whether the feature has been activated:
l

Separate-MPT multimode base station

Step 1 Initiate a UMTS or LTE PS service for operator A and set the maximum data rate higher than
the TXBW value to simulate transmission resource congestion.
Step 2 Start transport link flux monitoring on the LMT.
l If the NodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a co-transmission port,
start transport link flux monitoring on the NodeB LMT. Choose Monitor > Realtime
Performance Monitoring > Transport Link Flux Monitoring.
l If the eNodeB side of a separate-MPT multimode base station provides a co-transmission
port, start transport link flux monitoring on the eNodeB LMT. Choose Monitor > Realtime
Performance Monitoring > Transport Link Flux Monitoring.
Step 3 Initiate a UMTS CS service for operator A if the traffic flux approaches the bandwidth available
for the bearer network. Terminate the CS service if the call is successfully set up and the voice
is clear and constant.
Step 4 Perform the first three steps to verify services of other operators.
Step 5 Start IP or MAC tracing on the LMT.
l Start IP or MAC tracing on the NodeB LMT.
For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace. In the
displayed IP Layer Protocol Trace dialog box, specify Local IP Address and Peer IP
Address of the packets to be traced.
For MAC tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace. In the displayed
MAC Trace dialog box, specify Local MAC Address and Peer MAC Address of the
packets to be traced.
l Start IP or MAC tracing on the eNodeB LMT.
For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace. In the
displayed IP Layer Protocol Trace dialog box, specify Local IP Address and Peer IP
Address of the packets to be traced.
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For MAC tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace. In the displayed
MAC Trace dialog box, specify Local MAC Address and Peer MAC Address of the
packets to be traced.
Step 6 Use the TrafficReview tool to check the TOS field in the Layer 3 IP packet header or the VLAN
Priority field in the Layer 2 IP packet header. The first six bits in the TOS field indicate the
DSCP value of a packet. If the calculated DSCP values or VLAN priorities are the same as DSCP
values or VLAN priorities planned, this feature has been activated.
----End
l

Co-MPT multimode base station

Step 1 Initiate a UMTS or LTE PS service for operator A and set the maximum data rate higher than
the TXBW value to simulate transmission resource congestion.
Step 2 Start transport link flux monitoring on the LMT.
l If UMTS services are initiated, start transport link flux monitoring on the NodeB LMT.
Choose Monitor > Realtime Performance Monitoring > Transport Link Flux
Monitoring.
l If LTE services are initiated, start transport link flux monitoring on the eNodeB LMT. Choose
Monitor > Realtime Performance Monitoring > Transport Link Flux Monitoring.
Step 3 Initiate a UMTS CS service for operator A if the traffic flux approaches the bandwidth available
for the bearer network. Terminate the CS service if the call is successfully set up and the voice
is clear and constant.
Step 4 Perform the first three steps to verify services of other operators.
Step 5 Start IP or MAC tracing on the LMT.
l If UMTS services are initiated, start IP or MAC tracing on the NodeB LMT.
For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace. In the
displayed IP Layer Protocol Trace dialog box, specify Local IP Address and Peer IP
Address of the packets to be traced.
For MAC tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace. In the displayed
MAC Trace dialog box, specify Local MAC Address and Peer MAC Address of the
packets to be traced.
l If LTE services are initiated, start IP or MAC tracing on the eNodeB LMT.
For IP tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > IP Layer Protocol Trace. In the
displayed IP Layer Protocol Trace dialog box, specify Local IP Address and Peer IP
Address of the packets to be traced.
For MAC tracing: Choose Trace > Common Services > MAC Trace. In the displayed
MAC Trace dialog box, specify Local MAC Address and Peer MAC Address of the
packets to be traced.
Step 6 Use the TrafficReview tool to check the TOS field in the Layer 3 IP packet header or the VLAN
Priority field in the Layer 2 IP packet header. The first six bits in the TOS field indicate the
DSCP value of a packet. If the calculated DSCP values or VLAN priorities are the same as DSCP
values or VLAN priorities planned, this feature has been activated.
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7.5 Performance Monitoring


Transmission resource congestion in a base station is indicated by the congestion duration of
transport resource groups calculated by the VS.RscGroup.FlowOverloadTime counter.

7.6 Parameter Optimization


None

7.7 Troubleshooting
If bandwidth resources across all modes of a multimode base station are inappropriately
allocated, reallocate the bandwidth resources based on the traffic model.

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Parameters

Table 8-1 Parameter description


MO

Parame
ter ID

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

LR

CIR

SET LR

WRFD0106101
0

HSDPA
Flow
Control

LOFD-0
0301101
/
TDLOF
D-00301
101

Transpo
rt
Overboo
king
Transpo
rt
Differen
tiated
Flow
Control

Meaning: Indicates the UL committed information rate


after rate limitation is configured at a port. The precision
of the UL committed information rate supported by the
UMPTb is 64 Kbit/s, the precision supported by the
other board is 32 Kbit/s. If the configured UL committed
information rate is not a multiple of the precision, the
UL committed information rate is rounded up.

LST LR

LOFD-0
0301102
/
TDLOF
D-00301
102

GUI Value Range: 32~1000000


Unit: Kbit/s
Actual Value Range: 32~1000000
Default Value: None

Abis
over IP

GBFD-1
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Parame
ter ID

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

RSCGR
P

TXBW

ADD
RSCGR
P

WRFD0213040
6

MOD
RSCGR
P

LOFD-0
03011 /
TDLOF
D-00301
1

Transmi
ssion
Recours
e
Sharing
on Iub/
Iur
Interface
Enhance
d
Transmi
ssion
QoS
Manage
ment

Meaning: Indicates the maximum uplink bandwidth of


a transmission resource group at the MAC layer when
the transmission resource group is carried over IP. This
parameter value is used as the uplink transport
admission bandwidth and TX traffic shaping
bandwidth.The LMPT can be configured with a
maximum of 360 Mbit/s TX bandwidth.The WMPT can
be configured with a maximum of 300 Mbit/s TX
bandwidth.The UMPT or UTRPc can be configured
with a maximum of 1 Gbit/s TX bandwidth.The value
of TX bandwidth is set to the maximum value of TX
bandwidth supported by the board when it bigger than
the maximum one. For a WMPT and a UTRP (excluding
UTRPa), this parameter does not specify the TX traffic
shaping bandwidth of the transmission resource group
that is carried on the PPP link.

IP QOS

GUI Value Range: 32~1000000

DSP
RSCGR
P
LST
RSCGR
P

GBFD-1
18605

Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 32~1000000
Default Value: None
LR

CBS

SET LR
LST LR

WRFD050402
LOFD-0
0301101
/
TDLOF
D-00301
101
LOFD-0
0301102
/
TDLOF
D-00301
102
GBFD-1
18601

IP
Transmi
ssion
Introduc
tion on
Iub
Interface

Meaning: Indicates the Committed Burst Size (CBS)


after rate limitation is configured at a port.The minimum
rate supported by the UMPTb is 64 Kbit/s.

Transpo
rt
Overboo
king
Transpo
rt
Differen
tiated
Flow
Control

Default Value: None

GUI Value Range: 32~1000000


Unit: Kbit
Actual Value Range: 32~1000000

Abis
over IP

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MO

Parame
ter ID

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

LR

EBS

SET LR

WRFD050402

IP
Transmi
ssion
Introduc
tion on
Iub
Interface

Meaning: Indicates the Excess Burst Size (EBS) after


rate limitation is configured at a port.

LST LR

LOFD-0
0301101
/
TDLOF
D-00301
101
LOFD-0
0301102
/
TDLOF
D-00301
102
GBFD-1
18601

GUI Value Range: 0~1000000


Unit: Kbit
Actual Value Range: 0~1000000
Default Value: None

Transpo
rt
Overboo
king
Transpo
rt
Differen
tiated
Flow
Control
Abis
over IP

RSCGR
P

TXCBS

ADD
RSCGR
P

WRFD0213040
6

MOD
RSCGR
P

LOFD-0
03011 /
TDLOF
D-00301
1

LST
RSCGR
P

GBFD-1
18605

Transmi
ssion
Recours
e
Sharing
on Iub/
Iur
Interface
Enhance
d
Transmi
ssion
QoS
Manage
ment
IP QOS

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Meaning: Indicates the TX committed burst size of a


transmission resource group.The LMPT can be
configured with a maximum of 400 Mbit/s TX
committed burst size.The WMPT can be configured
with a maximum of 600 Mbit/s TX committed burst
size.The WMPT can be configured with a maximum of
600 Mbit/s TX committed burst size.The UMPT or
UTRPc can be configured with a maximum of 1 Gbit/s
TX committed burst size.The value of TX committed
burst size is set to the maximum value of TX committed
burst size supported by the board when it bigger than
the maximum one.
GUI Value Range: 64~1000000
Unit: Kbit
Actual Value Range: 64~1000000
Default Value: 64

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MO

Parame
ter ID

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

RSCGR
P

TXEBS

ADD
RSCGR
P

WRFD0213040
6

MOD
RSCGR
P

LOFD-0
03011 /
TDLOF
D-00301
1

Transmi
ssion
Recours
e
Sharing
on Iub/
Iur
Interface

Meaning: Indicates the TX excessive burst size of a


transmission resource group.The LMPT can be
configured with a maximum of 450 Mbit/s TX excessive
burst size.The WMPT can be configured with a
maximum of 600 Mbit/s TX excessive burst size.The
UMPTor UTRPc can be configured with a maximum of
1 Gbit/s TX excessive burst size.The value of TX
excessive burst size is set to the maximum value of TX
excessive burst size supported by the board when it
bigger than the maximum one.

LST
RSCGR
P

GBFD-1
18605

Enhance
d
Transmi
ssion
QoS
Manage
ment

GUI Value Range: 64~1000000


Unit: Kbit
Actual Value Range: 64~1000000
Default Value: 1000000

IP QOS
DIFPRI

PRIRUL
E

SET
DIFPRI

WRFD050402

LST
DIFPRI

LBFD-0
0300201
/
TDLBF
D-00300
201
GBFD-1
18605

IP
Transmi
ssion
Introduc
tion on
Iub
Interface

Meaning: Indicates the rule for prioritizing traffic to


meet service requirements. If this parameter is set to
IPPRECEDENCE, the protocol stack of the earlier
version is adopted, which firstly converts a Type of
Service (TOS) to a DSCP and then prioritizes traffic.

DiffServ
QoS
Support

Unit: None

GUI Value Range: IPPRECEDENCE(IP Precedence),


DSCP(DSCP)
Actual Value Range: IPPRECEDENCE, DSCP
Default Value: DSCP(DSCP)

IP QOS
DIFPRI

SIGPRI

SET
DIFPRI

WRFD050402

LST
DIFPRI

LBFD-0
0300201
/
TDLBF
D-00300
201
GBFD-1
18605

IP
Transmi
ssion
Introduc
tion on
Iub
Interface

Meaning: Indicates the priority of signaling. The


priority has a positive correlation with the value of this
parameter.

DiffServ
QoS
Support

Default Value: 48

GUI Value Range: 0~63


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~63

IP QOS

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MO

Parame
ter ID

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

DIFPRI

OMHIG
HPRI

SET
DIFPRI

WRFD050402

LST
DIFPRI

LBFD-0
0300201
/
TDLBF
D-00300
201

IP
Transmi
ssion
Introduc
tion on
Iub
Interface

Meaning: Indicates the priority of the high-level OM


data. The priority has a positive correlation with the
value of this parameter.

DiffServ
QoS
Support

Default Value: 46

GBFD-1
18605

GUI Value Range: 0~63


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~63

IP QOS
DIFPRI

OMLO
WPRI

SET
DIFPRI

WRFD050402

LST
DIFPRI

LBFD-0
0300201
/
TDLBF
D-00300
201
GBFD-1
18605

IP
Transmi
ssion
Introduc
tion on
Iub
Interface

Meaning: Indicates the priority of the low-level OM


data, such as the data to be uploaded or downloaded.
The priority has a positive correlation with the value of
this parameter. The low-level OM data includes the
packets related to File Transfer Protocol (FTP).

DiffServ
QoS
Support

Actual Value Range: 0~63

GUI Value Range: 0~63


Unit: None
Default Value: 18

IP QOS
DIFPRI

IPCLKP
RI

SET
DIFPRI
LST
DIFPRI

None

None

Meaning: Indicates the priority of the IP clock. If the IP


clock that follows the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) is
used, set this parameter to the DSCP of the PTP packets.
If the IP clock that follows the Huawei proprietary
protocol is used, set this parameter to the DSCP of these
packets that follow the Huawei proprietary protocol.
GUI Value Range: 0~63
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~63
Default Value: 46

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8 Parameters

MO

Parame
ter ID

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

UDTPA
RAGRP

UDTPA
RAGRP
ID

ADD
UDTPA
RAGRP

None

None

Meaning: Indicates the ID of the transport parameter


group related to the service that corresponds to the QCI.
It uniquely identifies a transport parameter group.User
data type numbers 1~9 correspond to user data type
transfer parameter group IDs 40~48, which are
automatically configured by the BS.

LST
UDTPA
RAGRP

UDTPA
RAGRP

PRI

MOD
UDTPA
RAGRP

GUI Value Range: 0~48

RMV
UDTPA
RAGRP

Default Value: None

ADD
UDTPA
RAGRP
MOD
UDTPA
RAGRP
LST
UDTPA
RAGRP

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Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~48

None

None

Meaning: Indicates the priority of the service data,


which is identified by a DSCP value. The priority of the
service data has a positive correlation with the DSCP
value.
GUI Value Range: 0~63
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~63
Default Value: None

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9 Counters

Counters

Table 9-1 Counter description


Counter ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

Feature ID

Feature Name

1542455378

VS.RscGroup.TxFl
owOverloadTime

Congestion duration
of transmit data in
the resource group

Multi-mode:
MRFD-211505

Bandwidth sharing
of MBTS Multimode CoTransmission
(GBTS)

MRFD-221505
MRFD-231505
MRFD-241505
GSM: None
UMTS: None
LTE: None

Bandwidth sharing
of MBTS Multimode CoTransmission
(NodeB)
Bandwidth sharing
of MBTS Multimode CoTransmission
(eNodeB)
Bandwidth sharing
of MBTS Multimode CoTransmission (LTE
TDD)

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10

Glossary

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

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11 Reference Documents

Reference Documents

1.

Transmission Resource Management Feature Parameter Description for GBSS and RAN

2.

Transport Resource Management Feature Parameter Description for eRAN

3.

Common Transmission Feature Parameter Description for SingleRAN

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