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Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode

Co-Transmission
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SingleRAN
Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode
Co-Transmission

Contents

Contents
1 About This Document ..............................................................................................................1-1
1.1 Scope ............................................................................................................................................ 1-1
1.2 Intended Audience......................................................................................................................... 1-1
1.3 Change History.............................................................................................................................. 1-1

2 Overview......................................................................................................................................2-1
3 Technical Description ..............................................................................................................3-1
3.1 Transmission Resource Scheduling and QoS Management ........................................................ 3-1
3.2 Transmission Resource Allocation ................................................................................................ 3-1
3.3 Transmission Priority ..................................................................................................................... 3-1
3.4 Load Control .................................................................................................................................. 3-3
3.5 Flow Control .................................................................................................................................. 3-4

4 Related Features .......................................................................................................................4-1
4.1 Required Features......................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.2 Mutually Exclusive Features ......................................................................................................... 4-1
4.3 Affected Features .......................................................................................................................... 4-1

5 Impact on the Network.............................................................................................................5-1
5.1 System Capacity ........................................................................................................................... 5-1
5.2 Network Performance ................................................................................................................... 5-1

6 Engineering Guidelines ...........................................................................................................6-1
6.1 When to Use Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission .................................... 6-1
6.2 Information to Be Collected ........................................................................................................... 6-1
6.3 Network Planning .......................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.3.1 RF Planning .......................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.3.2 Network Topology ................................................................................................................. 6-1
6.3.3 Hardware Planning ............................................................................................................... 6-2
6.4 Activating Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission ......................................... 6-2
6.4.1 Prerequisites ......................................................................................................................... 6-2
6.4.2 Data Preparation................................................................................................................... 6-2
6.4.3 Precautions ........................................................................................................................... 6-9
6.4.4 Hardware Adjustment ........................................................................................................... 6-9
6.4.5 Feature Activation/Initial Configuration ............................................................................... 6-10
6.4.6 Activation Observation ........................................................................................................ 6-17
6.5 Performance Optimization ........................................................................................................... 6-18
6.6 Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................... 6-18

7 Parameters..................................................................................................................................7-1
8 Counters ......................................................................................................................................8-1

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10 Reference Documents .........................................................................................................10-1

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and LTE modes of an MBTS. and GSM basics  Personnel who need to understand the Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission feature  Personnel who work with Huawei MBTS products 1. UMTS. GL.2 Intended Audience This document is intended for:  Personnel who are familiar with LTE. feature dependencies. There are two types of changes. network impact.0. familiarize yourself with Transmission Resource Management Feature Parameter Descriptionfor GBSS and WCDMA RAN and Transport Resource Management Feature Parameter Description for eRAN. GL. Compared with 01 (2012-04-30) of SRAN7. UL and GUL multi-mode base stations. which are defined as follows:  Feature change: refers to a change in the Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission feature of a specific product version  Editorial change: refers to a change in wording or the addition of information that was not described in the earlier version Document Issues The document issue is as follows:  02 (2012-08-30)  01 (2012-04-30)  Draft A (2012-02-15) 02 (2012-08-30) This is the second commercial release of SRAN7. Ltd.  BTS. engineering guidelines. including basic principles. In this document:  Multi-mode base transceiver station (MBTS) refers to a GU.0. Before reading this document.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 1 About This Document 1 About This Document 1. respectively. 02 (2012-08-30) of SRAN7. NodeB. and parameters. UMTS. Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.1 Scope This document describes the Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission feature. and eNodeB refer to the GSM.3 Change History This section provides information about the changes in different document versions. 1-1 .  Multi-mode base station controller (MBSC) refers to a GU dual-mode base station controller. This feature uses IP-based co-transmission and applies to GU. 1. UL or GUL multi-mode base station..0 incorporates changes as follows.

1-2 ." None Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 01 (2012-04-30) of SRAN7. this issue incorporates the changes described in the following table." None 01 (2012-04-30) This is the first commercial release of SRAN7. Compared with issue 01 (2011-03-30) of SRAN6.3 "Transmission Priority.see section 3.0. None Editorial change Edited the document again for clarity and readability purposes and optimized chapter 6 "Engineering Guidelines.0 incorporates no changes.0 Compared with draft A (2012-02-15) of SRAN7.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 1 About This Document Change Type Change Description Parameter Change Feature change None None Editorial change Modified contents related to how to set DSCP values for NodeB service . Ltd.0. Draft A (2012-02-15) This is the draft.. Change Type Change Description Parameter Change Feature change Added the optional feature MRFD-231505 Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission(eNodeB).

With this feature. or UL co-transmission solution to save transmission resources. GL.. 2-1 .SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 2 Overview 2 Overview There is a wide margin for multiplexing transmission resources because peak load shifts between GSM. UMTS. Co-transmission can be achieved in the following ways: − UTRP-based co-transmission through panel interconnection − Main-control-board-based − UTRP-based co-transmission through panel interconnection co-transmission through backplane interconnection − Main-control-board-based co-transmission through backplane interconnection  MBSC: Co-transmission with IP over FE/GE or with IP over E1/T1 is applied. and core network (CN):  MBTS: Co-transmission with IP over FE/GE or with IP over E1/T1 is applied. The policy specifies the transmission priority of the BTS. MBSC. UMTS. This feature imposes the following restrictions on the MBTS. When transmission resources become congested. For transmission resource management on a BTS or NodeB. and LTE services. prevents mutual impacts among GSM. NodeB. and eNodeB and details flow control measurements. and improves the utilization of transmission resources. each mode has an independent algorithm to manage its own transmission resources. may cause resource congestion in the transport network. To address this possibility. This document is only in reference to transmission resource congestion in the uplink. and LTE services. see Transport Resource Management Feature Parameter Description for eRAN. Huawei introduced the feature Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission. and eNodeB of an MBTS. The solution. NodeB. When the Common Transmission feature is activated on an MBTS.  CN: Co-transmission with IP over FE/GE is applied to the mobility management entity (MME) or serving gateway (S-GW). this feature helps high-priority services proceed without compromising user experience. see Transmission Resource Management Feature Parameter Description for GBSS and WCDMA RAN. and the Abis and Iub interfaces are deployed. Ltd. Operators can employ the GU. a unified transmission resource management policy applies to the BTS. For transmission resource management on an eNodeB. This document describes the following optional features:  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) Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. however.

and sets the DSCP field value for each IP packet. 3. QoS management is supported only when the following conditions are met:  Layer-3 devices support DSCP-priority-based QoS management. Based on the DSCP value.  Transmission devices support the PQ+WRR queue scheduling function.0 and later versions. and at least two PQ queues are supported. operators can run the SET BTSLR command and set CIR to limit the BTS bandwidth. 3.2 Transmission Resource Allocation There is a low probability of transmission resource congestion of non-real-time services in the uplink because of relatively low traffic in the downlink and sufficient bandwidth resources in the uplink. During the early stage of network deployment. operators can run the SET LR command and set CIR to limit the NodeB or eNodeB bandwidth. Some of the data is "local" data designated for the mode managing the port. and packet discarding. an MBTS or MBSC classifies IP packets. The SET BTSLR command is available only in SRAN7. If the port is located on the NodeB or eNodeB. queue scheduling. operators must ensure that the minimum bandwidth of transmission devices in the transport network is higher than the total bandwidth of all MBTSs in the live network. each router can read the DSCP field in the packet's header. transmission devices in the transport network learn the traffic class and related QoS requirements and perform per-hop behavior (PHB) accordingly. the Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission feature schedules transmission resources for non-real-time services but preferentially forwards IP packets for high-priority services. By applying traffic shaping to the port. This feature takes effect only when the transport network supports quality of service (QoS) management. With the common transmission function activated on an MBTS. the co-transmission port transmits and receives MBTS data. controls traffic.1 Transmission Resource Scheduling and QoS Management To prevent transmission resource congestion. Based on QoS requirements of each specific service. VLAN stands for virtual local area network.  Layer-2 devices support VLAN-priority-based QoS management. layer-3 devices can implement DiffServ. 3-1 . Ltd..SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 3 Technical Description 3 Technical Description 3. DSCP stands for differentiated services code point. PQ stands for priority queue and WRR stands for weighted round robin.3 Transmission Priority DSCP Differentiated Services (DiffServ) uses a 6-bit DSCP field in an IP packet header for packet classification. PHB includes transmission resource allocation. Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. On a transmission path that an IP packet travels. From the DSCP value. The other data is "bypass" data which is designated for the other modes or designated for cascaded base stations. If the port is located on the BTS. the MBTS centrally manages the local and bypass data.

Table 3-1 Mapping between DSCP values and VLAN priorities for MBTSs DSCP Value VLAN Priority 0-7 0 8-15 1 16-23 2 24-31 3 32-39 4 40-47 5 48-55 6 56-63 7 Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. To configure the mapping. Based on the VLAN priority.. NodeB eNodeB SET DIFPRI Mapping between signaling or traffic classes and DSCP values MBSC ADD TRMMAP and SET PHBMAP Mapping between traffic classes and DSCP values (Note that the MBTS.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 3 Technical Description Note that all the DiffServ-aware devices in the transport network perform PHB based on DSCP values. Table 3-1 provides the mapping between DSCP values and VLAN priorities for MBTSs. run the ADD TRMMAP and SET PHBMAP command on the RNC side. To set the mapping between signaling or traffic classes and DSCP values. 3-2 . layer-2 devices can implement DiffServ. NE Command To Set… BTS SET BTSVLAN Mapping between signaling or traffic classes and DSCP values SET DIFPRI Mapping between signaling and DSCP values Note that the mapping between the service calsses and DSCP values cannot be configured on the NodeB side.) VLAN Priority The VLAN tag in a frame defines an IP packet's VLAN priority. operators can run the commands listed in the following table. Ltd.MBSC and CN must have the same mapping between traffic classes and DSCP values.

Table 3-2 provides the mapping between DSCP values/queues and queue priorities for GSM and UMTS services. Each IP port has eight queues. arranged in descending order of scheduling priority. 3-3 . Table 3-3 provides the mapping between DSCP values/queues and queue priorities for LTE services. ensuring quality of ongoing services. The MBTS puts different service data into different queues to implement DiffServ. Table 3-2 Mapping between DSCP values/queues and queue priorities for GSM and UMTS services DSCP Value Queue Queue Priority 40-63 PQ1 0 Reserved PQ2 1 Reserved PQ3 2 32-39 WFQ4 3 24-31 WFQ5 4 16-23 WFQ6 5 8-15 WFQ7 6 0-7 WFQ8 7 Table 3-3 Mapping between DSCP values/queues and queue priorities for LTE services DSCP Value Queue Queue Priority 46-63 PQ1 0 34-45 PQ2 1 26-33 PQ3 2 18-25 WFQ4 3 10-17 (excluding 14) WFQ5 4 0-9 WFQ6 5 Unused WFQ7 6 14 (for FTP services only) WFQ8 7 3. Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. Queue 1 to Queue 8..4 Load Control Load control includes the following functions:  Admission control: helps prevent transmission resource congestion. and excessive admissions caused by retransmission on convergence nodes.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 3 Technical Description Queue Priority Queue priority defines the scheduling priority of a queue. packet discarding.

The load control function takes effect on all modes of an MBTS where Common Transmission is activated. For details about BTS and NodeB load control. To enable the function.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 3 Technical Description  Load reshuffling: helps reduce MBTS load.5 Flow Control The BTS does not support the flow control function. operators must use a Huawei MME or S-GW and set parameters associated with the function. which calculates delay. This algorithm helps prevent packet discard caused by Iub interface congestion.. Ltd. 3-4 . The related base station controller controls BTS and NodeB load while the eNodeB controls its own load. This algorithm takes effect only on HSDPA and HSUPA services. For details about eNodeB load control. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 3. The flow control function on a NodeB is implemented by the Transport Dynamic Flow Control Algorithm. The latter two algorithms are controlled by two switches on the NodeB. detects packet discarding. and increase system capacity. Table 3-4 provides recommended settings for the two algorithms in different scenarios. and performs traffic shaping based on available bandwidth resources. if transmission devices do not support PQ+WRR queue scheduling. and it includes the uplink bandwidth adaptive adjustment algorithm and the HSDPA adaptive flow control algorithm. the flow control function is disabled by default. improve the admission rate. Table 3-4 Recommended settings for the two algorithms in different scenarios Usage Scenario Uplink Bandwidth Adaptive Adjustment Algorithm HSDPA Adaptive Flow Control Algorithm GU co-transmission Activated Activated GL co-transmission N/A N/A Deactivated Activated. On an eNodeB. The base station controller and eNodeB manage the local data only. see Transmission Resource Management Feature Parameter Description for GBSS and WCDMA RAN.  Overload control: helps quickly reduce MBTS load and alleviate the impact of high-priority users processing a large amount of data. see Transport Resource Management Feature Parameter Description for eRAN. UL co-transmission Deactivated. For details about the two algorithms. see Transmission Resource Management Feature Parameter Description for GBSS and WCDMA RAN. if transmission devices do not support PQ+WRR queue scheduling. Deactivated GUL co-transmission Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Activated Deactivated.

3 Affected Features None. Ltd. 4.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 4 Related Features 4 Related Features 4.. Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 4-1 .1 Required Features Bandwidth sharing for MBTSs in common transmission depends on the following features:  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) 4.2 Mutually Exclusive Features None.

2 Network Performance If settings of inter-RAT parameters. best effort (BE) services. 5. for example. 5-1 .  Increase the packet loss rate of low-priority services. are inappropriate. activating this feature will have the following impacts:  Increase the service congestion rate.. Ltd.  Decrease the data rate of low-priority services.1 System Capacity This feature has no impact on system capacity.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 5 Impact on the Network 5 Impact on the Network 5. such as inter-RAT bandwidth allocation and inter-RAT QoS planning. Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

Traffic Class and Transmission Priority Mapping Based on the QoS plan of 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. 6. VLAN priorities.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 6 Engineering Guidelines 6 Engineering Guidelines 6. 6. and the number of PQ queues for layer-3 and layer-2 devices.3 Network Planning This section describes planning activities you need to complete before you implement the feature. it is recommended that signaling and circuit switched (CS) services be classified as real-time services and packet switched (PS) services as non-real-time services. or GUL co-transmission is applied.2 Network Topology Transmission Bandwidth Planning Based on the service plan and bandwidth requirements. QoS Planning for the Transport Network Based on service priorities.1 RF Planning RF planning is not applicable for this feature. Activate the Transport Dynamic Flow Control Algorithm feature to allow it to properly allocate transmission resources across non-real-time services when transmission resources become congested. DSCP values.1 When to Use Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission It is recommended that the Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission feature be activated on an MBTS where IP-based co-transmission is applied. 6. plan DSCP values VLAN priorities. GL. NodeB.3. make a transmission bandwidth plan each for the BTS. QoS Planning for Services When GU. UL. plan traffic classes. and the mapping between traffic classes and DSCP values.2 Information to Be Collected The information to be collected is transport network topology and bandwidth plan (bandwidth resources available for the transport network).. Bandwidth Planning for the Transport Network Make a bandwidth plan for the transport network based on services' bandwidth requirements and available bandwidth resources. 6. 6-1 . and eNodeB of an MBTS.3. Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.

the MRFD-221501 IP-Based Multi-mode Co-Transmission on BS side(eNodeB) feature must be activated on the eNodeB.3 Hardware Planning N/A 6. the MRFD-211501 IP-Based Multi-mode Co-Transmission on BS side(NodeB) feature must be activated on the NodeB. 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. − If the eNodeB provides a co-transmission port.4 Activating Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 6. − If the NodeB provides a co-transmission port. the MRFD-231501 IP-Based Multi-mode Co-Transmission on BS side(BTS) feature must be activated on the BTS. Table 6-1 License control items NE License Control Item Abbreviation Code Sales Unit GBTS Bandwidth sharing of MBTS Multi-mode Co-Transmission (BTS) LGMIBSMCT 82201896 Per BTS NodeB Bandwidth sharing of MBTS Multi-mode Co-Transmission(NodeB) LQW9MBTSTR 01 82201908 Per NodeB eNodeB Bandwidth sharing of MBTS Multi-mode Co-Transmission LLT1BSMCT01 81201732 Per eNodeB 6.  Requirements for License One of the license control items listed in Table 6-1 must have been activated as required. or GUL co-transmission is applied.4. GL.3.1 Prerequisites  Requirements for other features − If the BTS provides a co-transmission port. Network plan Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. 6. 6-2 .2 Data Preparation Transmission Bandwidth If the BTS provides a co-transmission port and GU.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 6 Engineering Guidelines When planning transmission bandwidth on the RAN side. Ltd.4. set the key parameters related to traffic shaping as follows: MO MML Parameter Name MML Parameter ID CME Parameter Name Setting Description Data Source BTSLR UL Committed Information Rate CIR UL Committed Information Rate Set this parameter to the amount of bandwidth available for the transport network.

.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission MO 6 Engineering Guidelines MML Parameter Name MML Parameter ID CME Parameter Name Setting Description Data Source Committed Burst Size CBS Committed Burst Size Set this parameter to the CIR value multiplied by 2. Network plan Excessive Burst Size EBS Excessive Burst Size If the CIR value is smaller than 500. Network plan If the NodeB provides a co-transmission port and GU. UL. set the key parameters related to traffic shaping as follows: Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. set EBS to 0. UL. or GUL co-transmission is applied. If the CIR value is larger than 500. If the CIR value is larger than 500. or GUL co-transmission is applied. Network plan If the eNodeB provides a co-transmission port and GL. but ensure that the product is not larger than 1000. set the key parameters related to traffic shaping as follows: MO MML Parameter Name MML Parameter ID CME Parameter Name Setting Description Data Source LR UL Committed Information Rate CIR UL Committed Information Rate Set this parameter to the amount of bandwidth available for the transport network. Network plan Committed Burst Size CBS Committed Burst Size Set this parameter to the CIR value multiplied by 2. but ensure that the product is not larger than 1000. Network plan Excessive Burst Size EBS Excessive Burst Size If the CIR value is smaller than 500. set EBS to 0. set CBS to 1000 and ensure that the sum of CBS and EBS is twice the CIR value. 6-3 . set CBS to 1000 and ensure that the sum of CBS and EBS is twice the CIR value.

but ensure that the product is not larger than 1000. 6-4 . set CBS to 1000 and ensure that the sum of CBS and EBS is twice the CIR value. GL. set the bandwidth for the BTS logical port on the BSC side as follows: MO MML Parameter Name MML Parameter ID CME Parameter Name Setting Description Data Source IPLOGICPORT Logic Port No. Network plan When GU. If the CIR value is larger than 500. Number of the BTS logical port Network plan Bandwidth CIR Bandwidth Bandwidth of the BTS logical port Network plan Transport QoS Table 6-2 provides the transmission resource mapping (TRMMAP) between GSM/UMTS traffic classes and DSCP values when GU co-transmission is applied. set EBS to 0.. Table 6-2 TRMMAP between GSM/UMTS traffic classes and DSCP values NE Traffic Class DSCP Value GBTS ESL/OML/RSL 48 CS Voice 46 CS Data/PS High PRI 34 PS Low PRI 26 IP Clock 46 EML 18 Iub Signal 48 CCH&SRB&AMR 46 NodeB Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. or GUL co-transmission is applied. Network plan Excessive Burst Size EBS If the CIR value is smaller than 500. Network plan Committed Burst Size CBS Set this parameter to the CIR value multiplied by 2.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 6 Engineering Guidelines MO MML Parameter Name MML Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source LR UL Committed Information Rate CIR Set this parameter to the amount of bandwidth available for the transport network. LPN Logic Port No.

SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission NE 6 Engineering Guidelines Traffic Class DSCP Value Conversational & Streaming 34 R99 interactive & background 18 HSxPA interactive & background 10 OM High 46 OM Low 18 IP Clock 46 Table 6-3 provides the TRMMAP between GSM/LTE traffic classes and DSCP values when GL co-transmission is applied. Ltd. 6-5 . Table 6-3 TRMMAP between GSM/LTE traffic classes and DSCP values NE Traffic Class DSCP Value GBTS ESL/OML/RSL 48 CS Voice 46 CS Data/PS High PRI 34 PS Low PRI 26 IP Clock 46 EML 18 SCTP 48 QCI1 46 QCI2 26 QCI3 34 QCI4 26 QCI5 46 QCI6 18 QCI7 18 QCI8 10 QCI9 0 OM High 46 OM Low 18 IP Clock 46 eNodeB Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..

Table 6-5 TRMMAP between GSM/UMTS/LTE traffic classes and DSCP values NE Traffic Class DSCP Value GBTS ESL/OML/RSL 48 CS Voice 46 CS Data/PS High PRI 34 Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. Ltd.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 6 Engineering Guidelines Table 6-4 provides the TRMMAP between UMTS/LTE traffic classes and DSCP values when UL co-transmission is applied. Table 6-4 TRMMAP between UMTS/LTE traffic classes and DSCP values NE Traffic Class DSCP Value NodeB Iub Signal 48 CCH & SRB & AMR 46 Conversational & Streaming 34 R99 interactive & background 18 HSxPA interactive & background 10 OM High 46 OM Low 18 IP Clock 46 SCTP 48 QCI1 46 QCI2 26 QCI3 34 QCI4 26 QCI5 46 QCI6 18 QCI7 18 QCI8 10 QCI9 0 OM High 46 OM Low 18 IP Clock 46 eNodeB Table 6-5 provides the TRMMAP between GSM/UMTS/LTE traffic classes and DSCP values when GUL co-transmission is applied. 6-6 .

Table 6-6 provides the recommended settings for the key parameters related to the TRMMAP of the BTS. FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. 6-7 . If the eNodeB provides a co-transmission port.. Otherwise. the OMTCSW switch in the SET RSCGRPALG command must be turned on.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission NE NodeB eNodeB 6 Engineering Guidelines Traffic Class DSCP Value PS Low PRI 26 IP Clock 46 EML 18 Iub Signal 48 CCH & SRB & AMR 46 Conversational & Streaming 34 R99 interactive & background 18 HSxPA interactive & background 10 OM High 46 OM Low 18 IP Clock 46 SCTP 48 QCI1 46 QCI2 26 QCI3 34 QCI4 26 QCI5 46 QCI6 18 QCI7 18 QCI8 10 QCI9 0 OM High 46 OM Low 18 IP Clock 46 It is recommended that the preceding TRMMAP be concerned when setting DSCP values. backpressure cannot be performed on services whose data is put into the same queue as the OM FTP service whose traffic class is OM low when transmission resources are congested. Ltd. Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

set the parameter based on the settings provided in Table 6-2. Negotiation with the peer OM Low Priority OMLPRI OM Low Priority Issue 02 (2012-08-30) If UL co-transmission is applied. Ltd. 6-8 .SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 6 Engineering Guidelines Table 6-6 Recommended settings for the key parameters related to the TRMMAP of the BTS MO MML Parameter Name MML Parameter ID CME Parameter Name Setting Description Data Source BTSVLAN Service Type SERVICETYPE Service Type DSCP DSCP DSCP If GU co-transmission is applied.. Negotiation with the peer If GL co-transmission is applied. set the parameters based on the settings provided in Table 6-3. Table 6-7 provides the recommended settings for the key parameters related to the TRMMAP of the NodeB. set the parameters based on the settings provided in Table 6-5. If GUL co-transmission is applied. set the Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Signaling Priority SIGPRI Signaling Priority OM High Priority OMHPRI OM High Priority If GU co-transmission is applied. Table 6-7 Recommended settings for the key parameters related to the TRMMAP of the NodeB MO MML Parameter Name MML Parameter ID CME Parameter Name Setting Description Data Source DIFPRI Priority Rule PRIRULE Priority Rule Set this parameter to DSCP. set the parameters based on the settings provided in Table 6-2.

4. Table 6-8 provides the recommended settings for the key parameters related to the TRMMAP of the eNodeB. 6-9 . 6.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission MO 6 Engineering Guidelines MML Parameter Name MML Parameter ID CME Parameter Name Setting Description PTP Priority PTPPRI PTP Priority parameter based on the settings provided in Table 6-4. Signaling Priority SIGPRI Signaling Priority OM High Priority OMHIGHPRI OM High Priority If GL co-transmission is applied. set the parameter based on the settings provided in Table 6-3. Table 6-8 Recommended settings for the key parameters related to the TRMMAP of the eNodeB MO MML Parameter Name MML Parameter ID CME Parameter Name Setting Description Data Source DIFPRI Priority Rule PRIRULE Priority Rule Set this parameter to DSCP. set the parameter by referring to Table 6-5. 6.4 Hardware Adjustment N/A Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Data Source If GUL co-transmission is applied. Negotiation with the peer OM Low Priority OMLOWPRI OM Low Priority IP Clock Priority PTPPRI IP Clock Priority User Data 1 Priority~User Data 9 Priority DT1PRI~ DT9PRI User Data 1 Priority~User Data 9 Priority If UL co-transmission is applied..4. set the parameter based on the settings provided in Table 6-5. Ltd. set the parameter by referring to Table 6-4.3 Precautions None. If GUL co-transmission is applied.

CBS=40000. (CME:"Transmission View > GSM > Abis > IP Transport > IP Logical Port" )The following is an example: Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. co-transmission can be achieved through a UTRP or main control board. GU Co-Transmission Step 1 Set the parameters related to traffic shaping on the MBTS. Note that the values listed in this table are used in the follow-up feature activation procedures. GL.201 None Port IP Address of the BSC 172. Ltd.5 Feature Activation/Initial Configuration It is recommended that a logical port be configured for the Abis interface to improve feature performance when GU. LRSW=ENABLE. CIR=20000.16. (CME: "Main View > Right-click a site> IP Transport Layer > Feature Configuration > LimitRate") The following is an example: SET LR: CN=0.  If the BTS provides a co-transmission port. EBS=0. LRSW=ENABLE. SRN=0. Table 6-9 Data items that must be set before feature activation Data Item Sample Value Remarks Available Transmission Bandwidth 20 Mbit/s Available bandwidth between a base station and a base station controller Bandwidth of the BTS Logic Port 10 Mbit/s Calculate the bandwidth for this port based on the traffic model of the MBTS. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD IPLOGICPORT to add an IP logical port to the Abis interface. co-transmission is achieved through a main control board. PT=ETH. BTSID=1.4.140 None In an MBTS. SN=6.. CIR=20000. Step 2 Add an IP logical port to the Abis interface on the MBSC. 1.16. CN=0. BTS Index 1 None Logic IP Address of the BTS 16. run the NodeB MML command SET LR to limit the bandwidth over the port. In the follow-up feature activation procedures.90. The following is an example: SET BTSLR: IDTYPE=BYID. EBS=0. and therefore the main control board is configured with the logic IP address of the BTS.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 6 Engineering Guidelines 6. CBS=40000. PN=0. SRN=0. If the MBTS bandwidth has an upper limit and this upper limit is lower than the calculation result. 6-10 . SBT=BASE_BOARD. PT=ETHPORT. run the BSC6900 MML command SET BTSLR to limit the bandwidth over the port(CME: "Root > BTS tranmission link > BTS Line Rate"). then set this data item to this upper limit. PN=0.140. SN=7. or GUL co-transmission is applied.  If the NodeB provides a co-transmission port. The data items listed in Table 6-9 are related to the logical port and must be set before feature activation.

as described in Table 6-2.140". BTSID=1.HDINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11. BTSIP="16.PSCONVPRIPATH=AF41. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD TRMMAP to create a TRMMAP for Abis service data. CNMNGMODE=SHARE. 1.PSHPRIDATAPATH=AF41. DSCP=48.VOICEPRIPATH=EF. (CME:"Transmission View>UMTS > lub > IP Transport > Adjacent Node Mapping") The following is an example: ADD ADJMAP: ANI=10. BTSID=1.SIPPRIPATH=EF. SERVICETYPE=OML.HDBKGPRIPATH=AF11.90.PSINTLOWPRIPA TH=AF21.PSINTHGHPRIPATH=AF21. OPSEPFLAG=OFF. Run the BSC6900 MML command SET BTSIP to bind the newly added IP logical port and the MBTS together. SN=24. (CME: "Root > BTS Extend Attributes> VLANID and VLAN Priority") The following are examples: SET BTSVLAN: IDTYPE=BYID.HDVOICEPRIPATH=EF. 10048 kbit/s. LPN=1.HUSRBPR IPATH=EF. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD ADJMAP to add a TRMMAP index to the Iub interface.HUSTRMPRIPATH=AF41. Step 3 Configure a TRMMAP for the MBSC. DSCP=48. SERVICETYPE=RSL. TMISLV=110. that is.PSLPRIDATAPATH= AF31. BTSID=1. CARRYT=ETHER.16.HUCONVPRIPATH=AF41. BTSID=1. PN=0. 1. BSCIP="172. and the bandwidth of the port is the CIR value multiplied by 64.(CME:"Transmission View > UMTS > RNC > Transport Resource Mapping") The following is an example: ADD TRMMAP:TMI=110. Run the BSC6900 MML command SET BSCABISPRIMAP to create a TRMMAP for Abis signaling. (CME: "Root > BTS tranmission link > BSC Side Aibs Priority Mapping")The following is an example: SET BSCABISPRIMAP: IDTYPE=BYID. 4.CSCONVPRI PATH=AF41.ITFT=ABIS.HDINTHGHPRIPATH=AF11.140. SET BTSVLAN: IDTYPE=BYID.CSDATAPATH=AF41. RSLDSCP=48. TRANSTYPE=IP. SN=24. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD TRMMAP to create a TRMMAP for Iub signaling and Iub service data.SRBPRIPATH=EF.HUVOICEPRIPATH=EF. the BYID value indicates that the MBTS is located by its base station index.PSSTRMPRIPATH=AF41. BT=GOUc. (CME: "Root > BTS tranmission link > BTS Line Rate > IP BTS Communication Address") The following is an example: SET BTSIP: IDTYPE=BYID. FTI=1. Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. BTSCOMTYPE=LOGICIP. LPN=1.HUINTHGHPRIPATH=AF11 . TMIGLD=110.HDINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11. 2. TMIGLD=111. (CME:"Transmission View>GSM > Abis > IP Transport > Adjacent Node Mapping") The following is an example: ADD ADJMAP: ANI=3.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 6 Engineering Guidelines ADD IPLOGICPORT: SRN=1. the IP logical port is numbered 1. FLOWCTRLSWITCH=ON. In the preceding script.16. 2. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD ADJMAP to add a TRMMAP index to the Abis interface. TRANST=IP. CIR=157.HUINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11.ITFT=IUB.HUBKGPRIPATH=AF11. Run the BSC6900 MML command SET BTSVLAN to set the mapping between signaling/service data and DSCP values. CFGFLAG=IPLGCPORT.. 6-11 .PSBKGPRIPATH=AF21.CSVOICEPATH=EF. Ltd. ESLDSCP=48. LPNTYPE=Leaf. 5.CCHPRIPATH=EF.HDSIPPRIPATH=EF. Step 4 Create a TRMMAP for the MBTS. (CME:"Transmission View > GSM > BSC > Transport Resource Mapping") The following is an example: ADD TRMMAP:TMI=111. EMLDSCP=18.CSSTRMPRIPATH=AF41. OMLDSCP=48. ITFT=IUB. BWADJ=OFF.HDSTRM PRIPATH=AF41.HDCONVPRIPATH=AF41. In the preceding script.TRANST=IP. RSCMNGMODE=SHARE.HUSIPPRIPATH=EF.201". TMIBRZ=110. ITFT=ABIS. 3.HUINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11.TRANST=IP. FTI=1.HDSRBPRIPATH=EF.

SBT=BASE_BOARD. SERVICETYPE= CSDATA. PT=ETH. SWITCH=BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE. SBT=BASE_BOARD. Step 2 Add a logical port to the Abis interface. SERVICETYPE= CSVOICE. SBT=BASE_BOARD. SBT=BASE_BOARD. SERVICETYPE= PSHIGHPRI. BACKPRESSURESWITCH=ON. IDTYPE=BYID. EBS=0. BTSID=1. (CME: "Root > Transport > Transport Layer Information > RSCGRP") The following is an example: ADD RSCGRP: CN=0. (CME: "Root > BTS tranmission link > BTS Line Rate") The following is an example: SET BTSLR: IDTYPE=BYID. IDTYPE=BYID. (CME: "Main View > Right-click a site> IP Transport Layer > Basic Configuration > IPQoS") The following is an example: SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP. Run the eNodeB MML command SET LR to limit the bandwidth over the port. PTPPRI=46. DSCP=34.. ----End GL Co-Transmission Step 1 Set the parameters related to traffic shaping on the MBTS. SRN=0. SN=7.  If the BTS provides a co-transmission port. PN=0. BTSID=1. PN=0. which may affect user experience. Run the eNodeB MML command SET RSCGRPALG to turn on the OMTCSW switch. SRN=0. PT=ETH. SRN=0. BEAR=IPV4. Run the NodeB MML command SET DIFPRI to set the mapping between signaling and DSCP values. LRSW=ENABLE. SN=7. DSCP=48. RU=KBPS. 6 Engineering Guidelines SERVICETYPE=EML. SERVICETYPE= OTHERDATA. DSCP=46. PN=0. DSCP=26. SRN=0. TXCBS=360000. SRN=0. BTSID=1. OMTCSW=ENABLE. PT=ETHPORT. Run the NodeB MML command ADD HSDPAFLOWCTRLRAPA and set the BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE switch. IDTYPE=BYID. Ltd. SRN=0. OMLPRI=18. DSCP=34. BTSID=1. PN=0. IDTYPE=BYID. (CME: "Main View > Right-click a site> IP Transport Layer > Feature Configuration > HspaFlowCtrl") The following is an example: ADD HSUPAFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0. 2. Step 5 Set the parameters related to the Transport Dynamic Flow Control Algorithm to prevent GSM and UMTS packet loss. 2. RXPIR=540000. BTSID=1. EBS=0. PN=0. SN=7. 3. CIR=20000. CBS=40000. (CME: "Root > Transport > Link Layer Information >LR") The following is an example: SET LR: CN=0.  If the eNodeB provides a co-transmission port: 1. SERVICETYPE=ESL. TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH=ON. CN=0. RSCGRPID=DEFAULTPORT. (CME: "Main View > Right-click a site> IP Transport Layer > Feature Configuration > HspaFlowCtrl") The following is an example: ADD HSDPAFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0. TXPBS=360000. Run the NodeB MML command ADD HSUPAFLOWCTRLRAPA to turn on the switches BWPRTSWITCH. DSCP=46. BEAR=IP. (CME: "Root > Transport > Algorithm Information > RSCGRPALG") The following is an example: SET RSCGRPALG: CN=0. DSCP=18. OMHPRI=46. SN=7. SN=6. IDTYPE=BYID. BTSID=1. RSCGRPID=DEFAULTPORT. BWPRTSWITCH=ON. LRSW=ENABLE. CBS=40000. SERVICETYPE= PSLOWPRI. TXCIR=360000. SIGPRI=48. BEAR=IPV4. Run the eNodeB MML command ADD RSCGRP to add a transmission resource group. PT=ETH. SN=7. IDTYPE=BYID. BTSID=1. SBT=BASE_BOARD. 6-12 .SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission SET SET SET SET SET SET SET BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: IDTYPE=BYID. RXBW=540000. TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH. TXBW=360000. Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 2. PN=0. and BACKPRESSURESWITCH. 1. run the BSC6900 MML command SET BTSLR to limit the bandwidth over the port. TXPIR=360000. RXCIR=540000. PT=ETH. PT=ETH. BTSID=1. CIR=20000.

ITFT=ABIS. LPNTYPE=Leaf. SERVICETYPE= CSDATA. DT4PRI=26. SIGPRI=48. CIR=157. BTSID=1. In the preceding script. BTSID=1. BTSID=1.201". DT5PRI=46.140". IDTYPE=BYID. BTSID=1. SERVICETYPE=OML. 3. the IP logical port is numbered 1. SN=24. that is. DT2PRI=26. SERVICETYPE= PSHIGHPRI. BTSIP="16. 2. BTSCOMTYPE=LOGICIP. PTPPRI=46. 2. IDTYPE=BYID. CFGFLAG=IPLGCPORT. Run the BSC6900 MML command SET BTSVLAN to set the mapping between signaling/service data and DSCP values. IDTYPE=BYID. Run the BSC6900 MML command SET BSCABISPRIMAP to create a TRMMAP for Abis signaling. TMIGLD=111. Run the BSC6900 MML command SET BTSIP to bind the newly added IP logical port and the MBTS together. DT1PRI=46. EMLDSCP=18.16. In the preceding script. DSCP=34. and the bandwidth of the port is the CIR value multiplied by 64. DSCP=48. 10048 kbit/s. FTI=1.140. SERVICETYPE= CSVOICE.PSHPRIDATAPATH=AF41. BTSID=1. FLOWCTRLSWITCH=ON. BWADJ=OFF. OMHIGHPRI=46. SERVICETYPE= OTHERDATA. DT7PRI=18. IDTYPE=BYID. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD IPLOGICPORT to add an IP logical port to the Abis interface.ITFT=ABIS. CARRYT=ETHER.90. TRANSTYPE=IP. BTSID=1. DSCP=48. IDTYPE=BYID.PSLPRIDATAPATH= AF31. OMLOWPRI=18. RSLDSCP=48.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 6 Engineering Guidelines 1. Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. DSCP=18. (CME: "Root > BTS tranmission link > BSC Side Aibs Priority Mapping") The following is an example: SET BSCABISPRIMAP: IDTYPE=BYID. DSCP=26. Ltd. SERVICETYPE=EML. Step 3 Configure a TRMMAP for the MBSC. Run the eNodeB MML command SET DIFPRI to set the mapping between signaling/service data and DSCP values.TRANST=IP. BSCIP="172. PN=0. IDTYPE=BYID. RSCMNGMODE=SHARE.CSDATAPATH=AF41. OPSEPFLAG=OFF. LPN=1. SERVICETYPE= PSLOWPRI. SERVICETYPE=ESL. Step 4 Create a TRMMAP for the MBTS. DSCP=46. OMLDSCP=48. SERVICETYPE=RSL. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD TRMMAP to create a TRMMAP for Abis service data. DT9PRI=0. as described in Table 6-3. DT8PRI=10. (CME: "Root > BTS Extend Attributes> VLANID and VLAN Priority") The following are examples: SET SET SET SET SET SET SET SET SET BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: IDTYPE=BYID. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD ADJMAP to add a TRMMAP to the Abis interface. SN=24. (CME:"Transmission View>GSM > Abis > IP Transport > Adjacent Node Mapping") The following is an example: ADD ADJMAP: ANI=3. IDTYPE=BYID. BTSID=1. (CME:"Transmission View>GSM > Abis > IP Transport > IP Logical Port" ) The following is an example: ADD IPLOGICPORT: SRN=1.CSVOICEPATH=EF. (CME:"Transmission View>GSM > BSC > Transport Resource Mapping") The following is an example: ADD TRMMAP:TMI=111. 2. ESLDSCP=48. IDTYPE=BYID. LPN=1. DSCP=46. DT3PRI=34. 1. 6-13 .16. the BYID value indicates that the MBTS is located by its base station index. BTSID=1. DSCP=34.. BTSID=1. (CME: "Root > Transport > Transport Layer Information >DIFPRI") The following is an example: SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP. DSCP=48. BTSID=1. (CME: "Root > BTS tranmission link > BTS Line Rate > IP BTS Communication Address") The following is an example: SET BTSIP: IDTYPE=BYID. 1. BT=GOUc. BTSID=1. DT6PRI=18.

HDSRBPRIPATH=EF.HUVOICEPRIPATH=EF. (CME: "Root > Transport > Link Layer Information >LR") The following is an example: SET LR: CN=0.SIPPRIPATH=EF. SIGPRI=48.HDVOICEPRIPATH=EF.  If the NodeB provides a co-transmission port. (CME: "Main View > Right-click a site> IP Transport Layer > Basic Configuration > IPQoS") The following is an example: SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP. 1. DT4PRI=26. SBT=BASE_BOARD. 6-14 . EBS=0. TXCIR=360000. 1. DT9PRI=0.  If the eNodeB provides a co-transmission port: 1. 2. RXPIR=540000. DT2PRI=26. OMLOWPRI=18. DT1PRI=46.PSCONVPRIPATH=AF41.HUINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11. SN=6.HDBKGPRIPATH=AF11. Step 3 Create a TRMMAP for the MBTS. BEAR=IP. TMISLV=110. (CME: "Root > Transport > Transport Layer Information >DIFPRI") The following is an example: SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP.ITFT=IUB. (CME:"Transmission View > UMTS > lub > IP Transport > Adjacent Node Mapping ") The following is an example: ADD ADJMAP: ANI=10. PT=ETH. LRSW=ENABLE. LRSW=ENABLE. (CME:"Transmission View > UMTS > RNC > Transport Resource Mapping") The following is an example: ADD TRMMAP:TMI=110. TXBW=360000. TMIBRZ=110. PN=0. SBT=BASE_BOARD.HUSTRMPRIPATH=AF41. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD ADJMAP to add a TRMMAP to the Iub interface.HUSRBPR IPATH=EF. SN=6.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 6 Engineering Guidelines ----End UL Co-Transmission Step 1 Set the parameters related to traffic shaping on the MBTS. CBS=40000. Run the eNodeB MML command SET DIFPRI to set the mapping between signaling/service data and DSCP values.HDINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11. Run the eNodeB MML command SET LR to limit the bandwidth over the port. DT8PRI=10. OMTCSW=ENABLE. as described in Table 6-4. ITFT=IUB.HDCONVPRIPATH=AF41.CSSTRMPRIPATH=AF41. PT=ETH.HDINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11.CSCONVPRI PATH=AF41.SRBPRIPATH=EF. TRANST=IP.HUBKGPRIPATH=AF11.HDSTRM PRIPATH=AF41. SBT=BASE_BOARD.PSBKGPRIPATH=AF21. TXPBS=360000. TXPIR=360000. SBT=BASE_BOARD. CIR=20000. OMHIGHPRI=46. RXCIR=540000. OMLPRI=18. SRN=0.HUINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11. 2. RU=KBPS.HDINTHGHPRIPATH=AF11. OMHPRI=46. Step 2 Configure a TRMMAP for the MBSC.. RSCGRPID=DEFAULTPORT.HUCONVPRIPATH=AF41. SRN=0. SRN=0. SN=6. CIR=20000.PSSTRMPRIPATH=AF41. Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. SRN=0. CNMNGMODE=SHARE. (CME: "Root > Transport > Algorithm Information > RSCGRPALG") The following is an example: SET RSCGRPALG: CN=0. DT5PRI=46. PTPPRI=46. PN=0. FTI=1.HUINTHGHPRIPATH=AF11 .PSINTLOWPRIPA TH=AF21. (CME: "Root > Transport > Transport Layer Information > RSCGRP") The following is an example: ADD RSCGRP: CN=0. Ltd.VOICEPRIPATH=EF. run the NodeB MML command SET LR to limit the bandwidth over the port. PTPPRI=46. TXCBS=360000. TMIGLD=110. PT=ETH.HUSIPPRIPATH=EF. Run the eNodeB MML command SET RSCGRPALG to turn on the OMTCSW switch. SIGPRI=48. SN=7.TRANST=IP.PSINTHGHPRIPATH=AF21. 3. CBS=40000. PN=0. RSCGRPID=DEFAULTPORT. DT3PRI=34. PT=ETH.CCHPRIPATH=EF. DT6PRI=18. EBS=0. (CME: "Main View > Right-click a site> IP Transport Layer > Feature Configuration > LimitRate") The following is an example: SET LR: CN=0. RXBW=540000. Run the NodeB MML command SET DIFPRI to set the mapping between signaling and DSCP values. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD TRMMAP to create a TRMMAP for Iub signaling and Iub service data. DT7PRI=18. 2. PN=0. Run the eNodeB MML command ADD RSCGRP to add a transmission resource group.HDSIPPRIPATH=EF.

PT=ETH. OMTCSW=ENABLE. PT=ETH. run the BSC6900 MML command SET BTSLR to limit the bandwidth over the port. PT=ETH. PN=0. CIR=20000. Step 2 Add a logical port to the MBSC. EBS=0. (CME: "Root > Transport > Link Layer Information >LR") The following is an example: SET LR: CN=0. OPSEPFLAG=OFF. Run the NodeB MML command ADD HSDPAFLOWCTRLRAPA and set the BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE switch. CBS=40000. FLOWCTRLSWITCH=ON. BEAR=IP. RSCGRPID=DEFAULTPORT. CIR=157. SRN=0. RXPIR=540000. SBT=BASE_BOARD. (CME:"Transmission View>GSM > Abis > IP Transport > IP Logical Port" ) The following is an example: ADD IPLOGICPORT: SRN=1. RU=KBPS.  If the NodeB provides a co-transmission port.  If the BTS provides a co-transmission port. BT=GOUc. SWITCH=BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE. TXCIR=360000. EBS=0. PN=0. PN=0. PN=0. CIR=20000. Run the eNodeB MML command SET LR to limit the bandwidth over the port.. CN=0. TXBW=360000. CIR=20000. Run the eNodeB MML command SET RSCGRPALG to turn on the OMTCSW switch. (CME: "Main View > Right-click a site> IP Transport Layer > Feature Configuration > HspaFlowCtrl") The following is an example: ADD HSDPAFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0. PN=0. SRN=0. PN=0. BTSID=1. BEAR=IPV4. SRN=0. SN=7. PT=ETH. SBT=BASE_BOARD. RSCMNGMODE=SHARE. SN=6. CARRYT=ETHER. SRN=0. TXPIR=360000. SBT=BASE_BOARD. BEAR=IPV4. SRN=0. (CME: "Root > Transport > Transport Layer Information > RSCGRP") The following is an example: ADD RSCGRP: CN=0. (CME: "Main View > Right-click a site> IP Transport Layer > Feature Configuration > HspaFlowCtrl") The following is an example: ADD HSUPAFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0. SN=24. 1. ----End GUL Co-Transmission Step 1 Set the parameters related to traffic shaping on the MBTS. Run the NodeB MML command ADD HSUPAFLOWCTRLRAPA to turn on the BWPRTSWITCH and BACKPRESSURESWITCH switches and turn off the TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH switch. run the NodeB MML command SET LR to limit the bandwidth over the port. LRSW=ENABLE. TXCBS=360000. CBS=40000. LRSW=ENABLE. BACKPRESSURESWITCH=ON. TXPBS=360000. PN=0. SBT=BASE_BOARD. (CME: "Root > Transport > Algorithm Information > RSCGRPALG") The following is an example: SET RSCGRPALG: CN=0. (CME: "Main View > Right-click a site> IP Transport Layer > Feature Configuration > LimitRate") The following is an example: SET LR: CN=0. SN=7. 6-15 . PT=ETH. PT=ETH. EBS=0. BWPRTSWITCH=ON. BWADJ=OFF. Run the eNodeB MML command ADD RSCGRP to add a transmission resource group. LPNTYPE=Leaf. SN=7. SN=6. 3. SRN=0. Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. SN=6. LPN=1. SRN=0. 2. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD IPLOGICPORT to add an IP logical port to the Abis interface. SN=6. 1. Ltd. RXBW=540000. RXCIR=540000.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 6 Engineering Guidelines Step 4 Set the parameters related to the Transport Dynamic Flow Control Algorithm to prevent UMTS services from preempting transmission resources allocated to LTE services when transmission resource congestion occurs. CBS=40000.  If the eNodeB provides a co-transmission port: 1. 2. SBT=BASE_BOARD. RSCGRPID=DEFAULTPORT. PT=ETHPORT. SBT=BASE_BOARD. PN=0. (CME: "Root > BTS tranmission link > BTS Line Rate") The following is an example: SET BTSLR: IDTYPE=BYID. LRSW=ENABLE. TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH=OFF.

140. that is.PSLPRIDATAPATH= AF31. BTSID=1. ESLDSCP=48. Step 4 Create a TRMMAP for the MBTS.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 6 Engineering Guidelines In the preceding script.HUSTRMPRIPATH=AF41. (CME: "Root > BTS tranmission link > BSC Side Aibs Priority Mapping") The following is an example: SET BSCABISPRIMAP: IDTYPE=BYID. (CME: "Root > BTS Extend Attributes> VLANID and VLAN Priority") The following are examples: SET SET SET SET SET BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: IDTYPE=BYID.16. 4. BTSID=1. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD ADJMAP to add a TRMMAP to the Abis interface. Run the BSC6900 MML command SET BSCABISPRIMAP to create a TRMMAP for Abis signaling. BTSID=1. OMLDSCP=48. CFGFLAG=IPLGCPORT. (CME:"Transmission View>GSM > BSC > Transport Resource Mapping") The following is an example: ADD TRMMAP:TMI=111.HDSIPPRIPATH=EF. Run the BSC6900 MML command SET BTSVLAN to set the mapping between signaling/service data and DSCP values. IDTYPE=BYID.HUBKGPRIPATH=AF11. TMIBRZ=110. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD ADJMAP to add a TRMMAP to the Iub interface.PSBKGPRIPATH=AF21. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. DSCP=48.CSDATAPATH=AF41. (CME:"Transmission View>UMTS > lub > IP Transport > Adjacent Node Mapping ")The following is an example: ADD ADJMAP: ANI=10. FTI=1. TMIGLD=110.HDINTHGHPRIPATH=AF11. and the bandwidth of the port is the CIR value multiplied by 64. CNMNGMODE=SHARE.TRANST=IP.CSSTRMPRIPATH=AF41. IDTYPE=BYID.140". DSCP=18. 10048 kbit/s.HDINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11.PSINTHGHPRIPATH=AF21. IDTYPE=BYID. Step 3 Configure a TRMMAP for the MBSC. DSCP=48.HUINTHGHPRIPATH=AF11 . the IP logical port is numbered 1.HDSRBPRIPATH=EF. ITFT=IUB. (CME:"Transmission View>UMTS > RNC > Transport Resource Mapping") The following is an example: ADD TRMMAP:TMI=110. 6-16 . Issue 02 (2012-08-30) BTSID=1. 1. SERVICETYPE=RSL. Run the BSC6900 MML command SET BTSIP to bind the newly added IP logical port and the MBTS together.HUVOICEPRIPATH=EF. SERVICETYPE= CSVOICE. Ltd. In the preceding script. TRANSTYPE=IP. 1.201". BTSID=1.HDBKGPRIPATH=AF11. DSCP=48. BTSIP="16.HDSTRM PRIPATH=AF41. SN=24. BTSID=1.SIPPRIPATH=EF. BSCIP="172. IDTYPE=BYID. 2.HUCONVPRIPATH=AF41. SERVICETYPE=OML. ITFT=ABIS. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD TRMMAP to create a TRMMAP for Iub signaling and Iub service data.TRANST=IP. FTI=1. as described in Table 6-5. SERVICETYPE=ESL.HUINTMIDPRIPATH=AF11. (CME:"Transmission View>GSM > Abis > IP Transport > Adjacent Node Mapping") The following is an example: ADD ADJMAP: ANI=3. the BYID value indicates that the MBTS is located by its base station index.HDINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11.90.ITFT=IUB.PSSTRMPRIPATH=AF41. BTSCOMTYPE=LOGICIP.HUSRBPR IPATH=EF. 3. LPN=1.HUINTLOWPRIPATH=AF11. DSCP=46. TMIGLD=111. TRANST=IP.16.VOICEPRIPATH=EF.HDVOICEPRIPATH=EF. 2. SERVICETYPE=EML.CSVOICEPATH=EF..CSCONVPRI PATH=AF41.PSINTLOWPRIPA TH=AF21. EMLDSCP=18.ITFT=ABIS.CCHPRIPATH=EF.HUSIPPRIPATH=EF.PSHPRIDATAPATH=AF41.PSCONVPRIPATH=AF41. 5. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD TRMMAP to create a TRMMAP for Abis service data.HDCONVPRIPATH=AF41. RSLDSCP=48. (CME: "Root > BTS tranmission link > BTS Line Rate > IP BTS Communication Address") The following is an example: SET BTSIP: IDTYPE=BYID.SRBPRIPATH=EF. BTSID=1. TMISLV=110.

OMHPRI=46. PT=ETH. PN=0. check whether UEs can properly process CS and PS services when transmission resource congestion occurs.  If yes. (CME: "Main View > Right-click a site> IP Transport Layer > Basic Configuration > IPQoS") The following is an example: SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP. PN=0. SBT=BASE_BOARD. SIGPRI=48. DT4PRI=26. Step 2 Log in to the BSC local maintenance terminal (LMT). Run the NodeB MML command ADD HSUPAFLOWCTRLRAPA to turn on the BWPRTSWITCH and BACKPRESSURESWITCH switches and turn off the TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH switch. BACKPRESSURESWITCH=ON. Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. (CME: "Main View > Right-click a site> IP Transport Layer > Feature Configuration > HspaFlowCtrl") The following is an example: ADD HSUPAFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0. DT7PRI=18. SN=7. Run the NodeB MML command ADD HSDPAFLOWCTRLRAPA and set the BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE switch. Ltd. BTSID=1. Step 4 Terminate the CS service if the service is successfully set up and the voice is clear. OMLOWPRI=18. IDTYPE=BYID. 2. BTSID=1. PSLOWPRI. ----End 6. Run the eNodeB MML command SET DIFPRI to set the mapping between signaling/service data and DSCP values. DSCP=46. DT6PRI=18. BTSID=1.4. SN=7. Step 5 Set the parameters related to the Transport Dynamic Flow Control Algorithm to prevent UMTS services from preempting transmission resources allocated to LTE services when transmission resource congestion occurs. Step 3 Initiate a GSM or UMTS CS service after the traffic volume approaches the bandwidth available for the transport network. 1. 2. DT5PRI=46. and choose Monitor > GSM Monitoring > BTS IP Link Performance Monitoring. DT9PRI=0. 3. DT2PRI=26. SRN=0. DSCP=26. SWITCH=BW_SHAPING_ONOFF_TOGGLE.  If no. DT3PRI=34. the feature is activated. PTPPRI=46. BEAR=IPV4. DSCP=34. BTSID=1.6 Activation Observation After the Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission feature is activated. TNLCONGCTRLSWITCH=OFF. 6-17 . PT=ETH. DSCP=34. Perform the following steps to determine whether the feature is activated:  If the BTS 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. (CME: "Root > Transport > Transport Layer Information >DIFPRI") The following is an example: SET DIFPRI: PRIRULE=DSCP. PTPPRI=46. OMLPRI=18. (CME: "Main View > Right-click a site> IP Transport Layer > Feature Configuration > HspaFlowCtrl") The following is an example: ADD HSDPAFLOWCTRLPARA: CN=0. the feature failed to be activated. DT1PRI=46. SIGPRI=48. OMHIGHPRI=46. DT8PRI=10. Run the NodeB MML command SET DIFPRI to set the mapping between signaling and DSCP values. SERVICETYPE= SERVICETYPE= SERVICETYPE= SERVICETYPE= 6 Engineering Guidelines CSDATA. IDTYPE=BYID. IDTYPE=BYID. SRN=0. BEAR=IPV4. PSHIGHPRI.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission SET SET SET SET BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: BTSVLAN: IDTYPE=BYID. SBT=BASE_BOARD.. BWPRTSWITCH=ON. OTHERDATA.

6-18 . connect a personal computer (PC) to the MBTS. and choose Monitor > UMTS Monitoring > Connector Performance Monitoring > UL Throughput Bandwidth. Step 4 Terminate the CS service if the service is successfully set up and the voice is clear. ----End 6. and choose Monitor > Transport Performance Monitoring. Step 5 Initiate a GSM PS service. and use DU Meter on the PC to check whether the GSM PS service is successfully set up and the data rate is stable. − If yes. the feature is activated. connect a PC to the MBTS. − If no. − If no. Step 4 Terminate the CS service if the service is successfully set up and the voice is clear.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 6 Engineering Guidelines Step 5 Initiate a GSM PS service. the feature is activated. − If yes. − If yes. Step 2 Log in to the RNC LMT. connect a PC to the MBTS. Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. ----End  If the eNodeB 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. the feature failed to be activated. − If no. ----End  If the NodeB 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.. the feature failed to be activated. Step 5 Initiate a GSM PS service. Step 3 Initiate a GSM or UMTS CS service after the traffic volume approaches the bandwidth available for the transport network. 6. and use DU Meter on the PC to check whether the GSM PS service is successfully set up and the data rate is stable. the feature failed to be activated.6 Troubleshooting If bandwidth resources across all modes of an MBTS are inappropriately allocated. the feature is activated. Ltd. Step 2 Log in to the eNodeB LMT. Step 3 Initiate a GSM or UMTS CS service after the traffic volume approaches the bandwidth available for the transport network. reallocate the bandwidth resources based on the traffic model.5 Performance Optimization None. and use DU Meter on the PC to check whether the GSM PS service is successfully set up and the data rate is stable.

GUI Value Range:OFF(Off). Ltd. the BS stops HSUPAFLOWCTRL adjusting the available PARA UL bandwidth of the physical port if the bit error rate (BER) on the transmission line exceeds the specified alarm threshold. This parameter does not take effect for loopback ports or tunnels because the error MAC frame reporting function is not implemented for loopback ports and tunnels. SET HSUPAFLOWCTRL PARA GUI Value Range:OFF(Off). ON Unit:None Default Value:ON(On) BWPRTSWITCH NodeB ADD WRFD-01069 HSUPA FDE Meaning:Indicates HSUPAFLOWCTRL 2 whether to adjust the PARA available UL bandwidth. When this parameter is SET set to ON. 7-1 . When this switch is turned on. ON(On) Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. ON(On) Actual Value Range:OFF. the BS performs reverse pressure on the air interface to lower the UE transmit rate if the buffer of the egress port exceeds the specified threshold..SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 7 Parameters 7 Parameters Table 7-1 Parameter description Parameter ID NE MML Command Feature ID None BACKPRESSURESW NodeB ADD ITCH HSUPAFLOWCTRL PARA Feature Name Description None Meaning:Indicates whether to perform UL reverse pressure.

. GUI Value Range:32~1000000 Actual Value Range:32~1000000 Unit:kbit Default Value:None CIR NodeB SET LR WRFD-01061 HSDPA Flow Meaning:Indicates the 010 Control UL committed information rate after rate limitation is configured at a port. GUI Value Range:32~1000000 Actual Value Range:32~1000000 Unit:Kbit Default Value:None CBS BSC69 SET BTSLR 00 GBFD-11860 Abis over IP Meaning:Indicates the 1 committed burst size after rate limitation is configured at a port. Ltd. GUI Value Range:32~1000000 Actual Value Range:32~1000000 Unit:Kbit/s Default Value:None CIR Issue 02 (2012-08-30) BSC69 SET BTSLR GBFD-11860 Abis over IP Meaning:Indicates the Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 7-2 .SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission Parameter ID NE MML Command 7 Parameters Feature ID Feature Name Description Actual Value Range:OFF. ON Unit:None Default Value:ON(On) CBS NodeB SET LR WRFD-05040 IP Meaning:Indicates the 2 Transmission Committed Burst Size Introduction (CBS) after rate on Iub limitation is configured Interface at a port.

This parameter is valid only if the transport type is set to IP. the higher the service level.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission Parameter ID NE MML Command 00 7 Parameters Feature ID Feature Name 1 Description UL committed information rate after rate limitation is configured at a port. According to this parameter. the router provides differentiated services for packet streams. GUI Value Range:0~63 Actual Value Range:0~63 Unit:None Default Value:0 EBS Issue 02 (2012-08-30) NodeB SET LR WRFD-05040 IP Meaning:Indicates the 2 Transmission Excess Burst Size Introduction (EBS) after rate Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. GUI Value Range:32~1000000 Actual Value Range:32~1000000 Unit:kbit/s Default Value:None CIR BSC69 ADD IPLOGICPORT GBFD-11860 IP QOS Meaning:Bandwidth of 00 5 the logical port MOD Overbooking IPLOGICPORT WRFD-05040 on IP GUI Value 8 Transmission Range:1~1562 Actual Value Range:64~100000 Unit:64kbit/s Default Value:None DSCP BSC69 SET BTSVLAN 00 GBFD-11860 IP QOS 5 Meaning:DSCP to be contained in the header of an IP packet. Ltd. 7-3 . The greater the value of this parameter..

512~767.1024~15 35 Actual Value Range:FG2a/GOUa/U OIa(IP) board:0~119. Ltd. GUI Value Range:0~988. GUI Value Range:0~1000000 Actual Value Range:0~1000000 Unit:Kbit Default Value:None EBS BSC69 SET BTSLR 00 GBFD-11860 Abis over IP Meaning:Indicates the 1 excess burst size after rate limitation is configured at a port.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission Parameter ID NE MML Command 7 Parameters Feature ID Feature Name Description on Iub Interface limitation is configured at a port.GOUd/GOUc board:0~499. GUI Value Range:0~1000000 Actual Value Range:0~1000000 Unit:kbit Default Value:None LPN BSC69 ADD IPLOGICPORT MRFD-21150 00 2 MOD IPLOGICPORT RMV IPLOGICPORT IP-Based BSC and RNC Co-Transmis sion on MBSC Side Meaning:Logical port number. 512~767. It is uniquely numbered within the active/standby boards. The priority 7-4 .FG2d/FG 2c board:0~489.POUc(IP) board:0~988. Meaning:Indicates the priority of the high-level OM data. 1024~1535 Unit:None Default Value:None OMHPRI Issue 02 (2012-08-30) NodeB SET DIFPRI None None Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..

The priority has a positive correlation with the value of this parameter. The high-level OM data includes the packets related to remote maintenance channel switchover and DHCP relay. GUI Value Range:0~63 Actual Value Range:0~63 Unit:None Default Value:22 PRIRULE Issue 02 (2012-08-30) NodeB SET DIFPRI WRFD-05040 IP Meaning:Indicates the 2 Transmission rule for prioritizing Introduction traffic to meet service on Iub requirements. such as the data to be uploaded or downloaded. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the protocol stack of the earlier version is adopted.. The low-level OM data includes the packets related to File Transfer Protocol (FTP). Ltd. GUI Value Range:0~63 Actual Value Range:0~63 Unit:None Default Value:34 OMLPRI NodeB SET DIFPRI None None Meaning:Indicates the priority of the low-level OM data. If this Interface parameter is set to IPPRECEDENCE. 7-5 . which firstly converts types of service (TOSs) to DSCPs and then prioritizes traffic.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission Parameter ID NE MML Command 7 Parameters Feature ID Feature Name Description has a positive correlation with the value of this parameter.

the DSCP of the protocol packet takes effect. RSL(RSL). GUI Value Range:0~63 Actual Value Range:0~63 Unit:None Default Value:34 SERVICETYPE BSC69 SET BTSVLAN 00 GBFD-11860 Abis over IP Meaning:Service type 1 of the BTS. The priority has Interface a positive correlation with the value of the parameter. which is permanently set to 63. The QoS processing depends on the DSCP. DSCP Unit:None Default Value:DSCP(DSCP) PTPPRI NodeB SET DIFPRI WRFD-05040 IP Meaning:Indicates the 2 Transmission DSCP of the Precision Introduction Time Protocol (PTP) on Iub packet. DSCP(DSCP) Actual Value Range:IPPRECEDENC E.. Ltd. ESL(ESL). EML(EML). PSHIGHPRI(PS High PRI). PSLOWPRI(PS Low PRI). If the clock that follows the Huawei proprietary protocol is used. 7-6 . CSDATA(CS Data). Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. CSVOICE(CS Voice).SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission Parameter ID NE MML Command 7 Parameters Feature ID Feature Name Description GUI Value Range:IPPRECEDENC E(IP Precedence). GUI Value Range:OML(OML). VLAN ID. and VLAN priority that vary according to the service type.

This parameter on Iub value is the same as Interface the DSCP priority of the common channel. CSVOICE. PSLOWPRI. CSDATA.. PSHIGHPRI. the BS lowers the TX rate if the BS detects that links experience transmission delay or packet loss. ON(On) Actual Value Range:OFF. Ltd. When this switch is turned on. OTHERDATA Unit:None Default Value:None SIGPRI NodeB SET DIFPRI WRFD-05040 IP Meaning:Indicates the 2 Transmission priority of signaling Introduction data. RSL. 7-7 . GUI Value Range:OFF(Off). EML. ESL. GUI Value Range:0~63 Actual Value Range:0~63 Unit:None Default Value:48 None TNLCONGCTRLSWI NodeB ADD TCH HSUPAFLOWCTRL PARA None SET HSUPAFLOWCTRL PARA Meaning:Indicates whether to perform congestion control. ON Unit:None Default Value:ON(On) Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.A larger value indicates a higher priority.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission Parameter ID NE MML Command 7 Parameters Feature ID Feature Name Description OTHERDATA(Other Data) Actual Value Range:OML.

Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 8-1 . Ltd.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 8 Counters 8 Counters There are no specific counters associated with this feature..

9-1 . Ltd. abbreviations.. and definitions. see the Glossary. Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 9 Glossary 9 Glossary For the acronyms. terms.

.SingleRAN Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS Multi-Mode Co-Transmission 10 Reference Documents 10 Reference Documents [1] Transmission Resource Management Feature Parameter Description for GBSS and WCDMA RAN. [2] Transport Resource Management Feature Parameter Description for eRAN Issue 02 (2012-08-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. 10-1 .