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ESB Default Settings in EMB LAN


Radi o Controllers
BSC
S R20, S R40, S 16, S 16.1, S16_2, B SC16
Approval date: (16-Feb-2011)
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Table of Contents
1. Validity......................................................................................................................................... 3
2. Compatibility / Dependencies to other products ........................................................................... 3
3. Keywords .................................................................................................................................... 3
4. Executive Summary..................................................................................................................... 3
5. Detailed description ..................................................................................................................... 3
1.1.
EMB LAN ESB Card(ESB26) replacement in case of failure ............................... 3
1.1.1.
precheck the configuration and reload to factory defaults .................................... 3
1.1.2.
Upload the configuration from bsc disk to ESB26 with MML ................................ 5
1.1.3.
Set the configuration manually to ESB26 cards ................................................... 5
1.1.4.
verify the configuration ........................................................................................ 6
1.1.5.
Update the ESB26 flash SW if needed ................................................................ 6
1.1.6.
Run the diagnostic............................................................................................... 7
1.1.7.
Take the unit back to WO-EX .............................................................................. 7
1.2.
EMB LAN ESB Card(ESB24-D) replacement in case of failure............................ 7
1.2.1.
precheck the configuration and reload to factory defaults .................................... 7
1.2.2.
Upload the configuration from bsc disk to ESB24-d with MML ............................. 9
1.2.3.
Set the configuration manually to ESB24-d cards ................................................ 9
1.2.4.
verify the configuration ...................................................................................... 10
1.2.5.
Update the ESB24-D flash SW if needed .......................................................... 11
1.2.6.
Run the diagnostic............................................................................................. 11
1.2.7.
Take the unit back to WO-EX ............................................................................ 11
6. Solution / Instructions ................................................................................................................ 11
7. Notes ......................................................................................................................................... 11
8. References ................................................................................................................................ 11
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Purpose
This document contains generic information about products. These can be instructions that
explain problem situations in the field, instructions on how to prevent or how to recover from
problem situations, announcements about changes or preliminary information as requirements
for new features or releases.

1. VALIDITY
Product
BSC3i
Flexi BSC
TCSM2A/E
TCSM3i
mcBSC
mcTC

SR20

SR40

S16
X
X

S16.1
X
X

S16_2
X
X

BSC16
X
X

2. COMPATIBILITY / DEPENDENCIES TO OTHER PRODUCTS


None.

3. KEYWORDS
ESB, EMB, Hardware Change, BINOS Version Upgrade.

4. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The STP/MSTP/RSTP must be disabled in the LAN switches of the Ethernet-based Message
Bus (EMB).DHCP should be enabled.

5. DETAILED DESCRIPTION
1.1. EMB LAN ESB CARD(ESB26) REPLACEMENT IN CASE OF FAILURE
1.1.1. PRECHECK THE CONFIGURATION AND RELOAD TO FACTORY DEFAULTS

Change the Spare MCMU & respective EMB by ZUSC to SE-NH (MML)

Change the faulty ESB HW

Check the IP-addresses of EMB ESB26 by connecting COM-1 to the both EMB ESB26 service
terminal. With settings 8-N-1. The default password: nokia

Enter the Privilege Mode


enable

Verify the current running configuration of the new ESB Card


Show running

Reload the ESB to Factory Settings

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reload to-defaults

After the unit has come up reload the IP from ESB and verify with MML the IP
enable
configure terminal
ip address dhcp renew
end

Check the IP-address with command:


show ip
example:
SWU,60
IP-ADDR : 10.1.2.2 NET-MASK : 255.255.255.224
DEFAULT GATEWAY : 10.1.2.1
SWU,61
IP-ADDR : 10.1.3.2 NET-MASK : 255.255.255.224
DEFAULT GATEWAY : 10.1.3.1

Next verify that IP addresses are as shown below by using the MML-commands:
ZWYI;
example:
LOADING PROGRAM VERSION 5.7-0
EXECUTION STARTED
READING DATA FROM FILE ...
ID

UNIT

IF
NAME
------ ---------------- -----2
SWU-60
3
SWU-61

HOST OR SUPERV
UNIT
--------------- ---------------10.1.2.2
MCMU-0
10.1.3.2
MCMU-0

MCMU-0

10.1.6.1
10.1.4.1
10.1.5.1
10.1.2.1
10.1.3.1

EL0
EL1
EMB0
EMB1
TOTAL OF

9 UNITS IN

IP ADDRESS

HW ID CODE
IN HEX
---------1210
1211

5 LANS OR IP SUBNETS

ZYFF:INQ:SWU,<index>;
example SWU-60 (EMB-0):
READING LAN SWITCH SUPERVISION DATA ...
UNIT
PIU TYPE IP ADDRESS
MAC ADDRESS
LAN UNIT
------------------------------------------------------------------SWU - 60
ESB26
10.1.2.2
00:A0:12:72:92:41 EMB - 0
INTERNAL LAN CONFIGURATION STATUS:
------------------------------IP ADDRESS CONFIGURED
: OK
CONFIGURATION FILE LOADED : SNMP VERSION CONFIGURED
: v1,v2c
TRAP HOST CONFIGURED
: OK
L2/L3 ADMIN STATE
: L2
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L2/L3 OPERATION STATE

L2

SUPERVISION STATUS:
------------------------------SUPERVISION ENABLED
: ON
SUPERVISION CYCLE REF(SEC): 30
SUPERVISION STATUS
: REACHABLE
LAST SUPERVISION DONE
: 2011-02-17

10:30:42.81

PORT
OPERATIVE
ADMIN
INDEX
STATE
STATE
-----------------------------1/1/1 : DOWN
UP
1/1/2 : DOWN
UP
1/1/3 : DOWN
UP
1/1/4 : DOWN
UP
1/1/5 : DOWN
UP
1/1/6 : DOWN
UP
1/1/7 : DOWN
UP
1/1/8 : DOWN
UP
1/1/9 : DOWN
UP
1/1/10 : DOWN
UP
1/1/11 : DOWN
UP
1/1/12 : DOWN
UP
1/1/13 : DOWN
UP
1/1/14 : DOWN
UP
1/1/15 : DOWN
UP
1/1/16 : DOWN
UP
1/1/17 : UP
UP
1/1/18 : UP
UP
1/1/19 : UP
UP
1/1/20 : DOWN
UP
1/1/21 : DOWN
UP
1/1/22 : UP
UP
1/1/23 : DOWN
UP
1/1/24 : DOWN
UP
1/1/25 : UP
UP
1/1/26 : UP
UP
COMMAND EXECUTED
------------------------------

If the IP information and MAC address is visible in MML site you can load the configuration
of ESB26 card with MML in chapter 5.1.1, otherwise continue from chapter 5.1.2

1.1.2. UPLOAD THE CONFIGURATION FROM BSC DISK TO ESB26 WITH MML
Update SWU-60 and 61 password with MML ( default password with small letters: nsn-switch):
ZW6M:SWU,<INDEX>:FCD:;
Next set the configuration set-ups with MML-commands:
ZYFM:UCF:SWU,60;
ZYFM:UCF:SWU,61;

1.1.3. SET THE CONFIGURATION MANUALLY TO ESB26 CARDS


Check the IP-addresses of EMB ESB26 by connecting COM-1 to the both EMB ESB26 service
terminal. With settings 8-N-1. The default password: nokia
enable
config terminal
protocol
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no spanning-tree
no rapid-spanning-tree
no mstp
end
write
config terminal
interface range 1/1/1-1/1/22
duplex-speed autonegotiate
flow-control autonegotiate
interface range 1/1/25-1/1/26
duplex-speed autonegotiate
flow-control autonegotiate
interface range 1/1/23-1/1/24
flow-control enable
end
write
Reload the switch and save current configuration.
reload

After the unit has come up reload the IP from ESB and verify with MML the IP
configure terminal
ip address dhcp renew
end
Check the IP-address with command:
show ip
example:
SWU,60
IP-ADDR : 10.1.2.2 NET-MASK : 255.255.255.224
DEFAULT GATEWAY : 10.1.2.1
SWU,61
IP-ADDR : 10.1.3.2 NET-MASK : 255.255.255.224
DEFAULT GATEWAY : 10.1.3.1

1.1.4. VERIFY THE CONFIGURATION


Check the IP-addresses of EMB ESB26 by connecting COM-1 to the both EMB ESB26 service
terminal. With settings 8-N-1. The default password: Nokia
Verify the updated configuration of the ESB Card (DHCP - enabled, STP/RSTP/MSTP Disabled
and only default VLAN Configuration)
ena
show running

1.1.5. UPDATE THE ESB26 FLASH SW IF NEEDED


Check the software version of SWU with MML command:
ZYFM:ISW:SWU,<index>;

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Update the unit if needed,


o first the sysloader and second the software:
ZYFM:USL:SWU,<index>;
o second the software:
ZYFM:ISW:SWU,<index>;

1.1.6. RUN THE DIAGNOSTIC


Change the EMB State to TE-EX by ZUSC (MML)
Diagnose the EMB by ZUDU Command

1.1.7. TAKE THE UNIT BACK TO WO-EX


Change the EMB State to WO-EX by ZUSC (MML)

1.2. EMB LAN ESB CARD(ESB24-D) REPLACEMENT IN CASE OF FAILURE


1.2.1. PRECHECK THE CONFIGURATION AND RELOAD TO FACTORY DEFAULTS

Change the Spare MCMU & respective EMB State to SE-NH by ZUSC (MML)

Change the faulty ESB HW

Check the IP-addresses of EMB ESB24 by connecting COM-1 to the both EMB ESB24 service
terminal. With settings 8-N-1. Default password: nsn-switch

Enter the Privilege Mode


enable

Verify the current configuration of the new ESB Card


show running-config

Reload the ESB to Factory Settings


restore factory-defaults
reload

After the unit has come up reload the IP from ESB and verify with MML the IP
enable
configure terminal
ip address dhcp renew
end

Check the IP-address with command:


show ip route connected
example:
SWU,60

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IP-ADDR : 10.1.2.2 NET-MASK : 255.255.255.224


DEFAULT GATEWAY : 10.1.2.1
SWU,61
IP-ADDR : 10.1.3.2 NET-MASK : 255.255.255.224
DEFAULT GATEWAY : 10.1.3.1

Next verify that IP addresses are as shown below by using the MML-commands:
ZWYI;
example:
READING DATA FROM FILE ...
ID

UNIT

IF
NAME
------ ---------------- -----2
SWU-60
3
SWU-61

HOST OR SUPERV
UNIT
--------------- ---------------10.1.2.2
MCMU-0
10.1.3.2
MCMU-0

MCMU-0

10.1.6.1
10.1.4.1
10.1.5.1
10.1.2.1
10.1.3.1

EL0
EL1
EMB0
EMB1
TOTAL OF

9 UNITS IN

IP ADDRESS

HW ID CODE
IN HEX
---------1210
1211

5 LANS OR IP SUBNETS

ZYFF:INQ:SWU,<index>;
example SWU-60 (EMB-0):
READING LAN SWITCH SUPERVISION DATA ...
UNIT
PIU TYPE IP ADDRESS
MAC ADDRESS
LAN UNIT
------------------------------------------------------------------SWU - 60
ESB24_D
10.1.2.2
00:D0:CB:7B:72:5A EMB - 0
INTERNAL LAN CONFIGURATION STATUS:
------------------------------IP ADDRESS CONFIGURED
: OK
CONFIGURATION FILE LOADED : OK
SNMP VERSION CONFIGURED
: v1,v2c
TRAP HOST CONFIGURED
: OK
L2/L3 ADMIN STATE
: L2
L2/L3 OPERATION STATE
: L2
SUPERVISION STATUS:
------------------------------SUPERVISION ENABLED
: ON
SUPERVISION CYCLE REF(SEC): 30
SUPERVISION STATUS
: REACHABLE
LAST SUPERVISION DONE
: 2011-02-17

11:01:43.82

PORT
OPERATIVE
ADMIN
INDEX
STATE
STATE
-----------------------------1/1/1 : DOWN
UP
1/1/2 : DOWN
UP
1/1/3 : DOWN
UP
1/1/4 : DOWN
UP
1/1/5 : DOWN
UP
1/1/6 : DOWN
UP
1/1/7 : DOWN
UP
1/1/8 : DOWN
UP
1/1/9 : DOWN
UP
1/1/10 : DOWN
UP
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1/1/11
1/1/12
1/1/13
1/1/14
1/1/15
1/1/16
1/1/17
1/1/18
1/1/19
1/1/20
1/1/21
1/1/22
1/1/23
1/1/24

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
UP
DOWN
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
DOWN
DOWN

UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP

COMMAND EXECUTED

If the IP information and MAC address is visible in MML site you can load
the configuration of ESB26 card with MML in chapter 5.2.2, otherwise
continue from chapter 5.2.3
1.2.2. UPLOAD THE CONFIGURATION FROM BSC DISK TO ESB24-D WITH MML
Update SWU-60 and 61 password with MML ( default password with small letters: nsnswitch):
ZW6M:SWU,<INDEX>:FCD:;
Next set the configuration set-ups with MML-commands:
ZYFM:UCF:SWU,60;
ZYFM:UCF:SWU,61;

1.2.3. SET THE CONFIGURATION MANUALLY TO ESB24-D CARDS


Check the IP-addresses of EMB ESB24 by connecting COM-1 to the both EMB ESB24 service
terminal. With settings 8-N-1. Default password: nsn-switch
o EMB-0
enable
configure terminal
service tftp
bridge
no spanning-tree
port flow-control 1/1/1-1/1/24 on
port nego 1/1/1-1/1/24 on
end
copy running-config startup-config
Reload the switch and save current configuration.
reload
Do you want to save the system configuration? [y/n]y
Do you want to reload the system? [y/n]y

After the unit has come up reload the IP from ESB and verify with MML the IP
configure terminal
ip address dhcp renew

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end
Check the IP-address with command:
show interface default
example:
SWU 60
Interface
default

IP-Address
10.1.2.1

Status
up

Protocol
up

o EMB-1
enable
configure terminal
service tftp
bridge
no spanning-tree
port flow-control 1/1/1-1/1/24 on
port nego 1/1/1-1/1/24 on
end
copy running-config startup-config
Reload the switch and save current configuration.
reload
Do you want to save the system configuration? [y/n]y
Do you want to reload the system? [y/n]y

After the unit has come up reload the IP from ESB and verify with MML the IP
configure terminal
ip address dhcp renew
end
Check the IP-address with command:
show interface default
example:
SWU,61
Interface
default

IP-Address
10.1.3.1

Status
up

Protocol
up

1.2.4. VERIFY THE CONFIGURATION


Check the IP-addresses of EMB ESB24 by connecting COM-1 to the both EMB ESB24 service
terminal. Settings 8-N-1. Default password: nsn-switch
Verify the updated configuration of the ESB Card (DHCP - enabled, STP/RSTP/MSTP Disabled
and only default VLAN Configuration)
ena
show running full

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1.2.5. UPDATE THE ESB24-D FLASH SW IF NEEDED


Check the software version of SWU with MML command:
ZYFM:ISW:SWU,<index>;
Update the unit if needed,
ZYFM:USW:SWU,<index>;

1.2.6. RUN THE DIAGNOSTIC


Change the EMB State to TE-EX by ZUSC (MML)
Diagnose the EMB by ZUDU Command

1.2.7. TAKE THE UNIT BACK TO WO-EX


Change the EMB State to WO-EX by ZUSC (MML)

6. SOLUTION / INSTRUCTIONS
After the Hardware changes of ESB to EMB it should be ensured that the STP/MSTP/RSTP
must be disabled in the LAN switches of the Ethernet-based Message Bus (EMB) & DHCP is
always enabled.

7. NOTES
None.

8. REFERENCES
None.

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