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ZXSDR LMT

Local Maintenance Terminal User Guide

Version: V12.13.30

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R1.0 2013–08–30 First Edition

Serial Number: SJ-20130704144811-010

Publishing Date: 2013–08–30 (R1.0)

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Contents
About This Manual ......................................................................................... I
Chapter 1 Overview .................................................................................... 1-1
1.1 LMT Software Overview...................................................................................... 1-1
1.2 Environment Requirements................................................................................. 1-2

Chapter 2 LMT Loading Modes ................................................................. 2-1


Chapter 3 Base Station Software Version Upgrade ................................ 3-1
3.1 Upgrading Software Through Version Management .............................................. 3-1
3.2 Upgrading Software Through Image Burning........................................................ 3-4
3.3 Upgrading Software Through Access Version Management Mode Configuration ..... 3-8

Chapter 4 Modifying Base Station Transmission Parameters ............... 4-1


Chapter 5 Operations of EOMS ................................................................. 5-1
5.1 Logging In to the EOMS Offline ........................................................................... 5-2
5.2 Logging In to the EOMS Online ........................................................................... 5-5
5.3 Common Operations on the EOMS ..................................................................... 5-8
5.3.1 Logging Out of the EOMS ......................................................................... 5-8
5.3.2 Managing Logs ........................................................................................ 5-9
5.3.3 Exporting Configuration Data .................................................................... 5-9
5.3.4 Viewing the LMT Version ........................................................................ 5-10
5.3.5 Checking Real-Time Information ............................................................. 5-10
5.3.6 One-button Fault Information Collection ................................................... 5-16

Chapter 6 Operations of EDMS ................................................................. 6-1


6.1 Starting the EDMS.............................................................................................. 6-4
6.2 Signalling Observation........................................................................................ 6-5
6.2.1 Observing NBAP Signaling ....................................................................... 6-5
6.2.2 Observing SSCOP Signaling..................................................................... 6-7
6.2.3 Observing ALCAP Signaling ..................................................................... 6-8
6.2.4 Observing SCTP Signaling ....................................................................... 6-9
6.2.5 Observing PPP Signaling........................................................................ 6-10
6.2.6 Observing CFM Signaling ........................................................................6-11
6.3 System Monitoring............................................................................................ 6-20
6.3.1 Monitoring the CPU and RAM Usage....................................................... 6-20
6.3.2 Analyzing Receiver Spectrum ................................................................. 6-22

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6.3.3 Analyzing Carrier Spectrum .................................................................... 6-23
6.4 Diagnosis Query .............................................................................................. 6-24
6.4.1 Checking Common Physical Channels .................................................... 6-24
6.4.2 Checking Common Transmission Channels ............................................. 6-25
6.4.3 Checking Real-Time Satellite State.......................................................... 6-25
6.4.4 Querying GSM Dynamic Carrier Information ............................................ 6-26
6.4.5 Querying GSM Radio Resource Dynamic Information............................... 6-27
6.4.6 Diagnosing the Test Board ...................................................................... 6-28
6.4.7 Counting Packets at the Switch Port of the UES Board ............................. 6-29
6.4.8 Querying the EEPROM Information of the UES Board .............................. 6-30
6.4.9 Querying Ethernet OAM Session Parameters........................................... 6-32
6.4.10 Checking Commissioning Status ........................................................... 6-32
6.4.11 Detecting the Ping Packet .................................................................... 6-35
6.4.12 Using PMT to Perform Commissioning Check ........................................ 6-36
6.5 Diagnosis Test ................................................................................................. 6-37
6.5.1 Measuring TOC Total Power ................................................................... 6-37

Chapter 7 Operations of EFMS.................................................................. 7-1


7.1 Starting the EFMS .............................................................................................. 7-1
7.2 Viewing Current Alarms ...................................................................................... 7-2
7.3 Viewing Alarm Events......................................................................................... 7-3
7.4 Viewing Historical Alarms.................................................................................... 7-4
7.5 Viewing the Solution to an Alarm ......................................................................... 7-5
7.6 Viewing Solutions to All Alarms ........................................................................... 7-7
7.7 Synchronizing Alarms ......................................................................................... 7-8

Chapter 8 Operations of EPMS ................................................................. 8-1


8.1 Measurement Period and Condition..................................................................... 8-1
8.2 Starting the EPMS.............................................................................................. 8-2
8.3 Creating a Measurement Task............................................................................. 8-3
8.4 Starting a Measurement Task.............................................................................. 8-5

Appendix A Acquiring an NE Configuration File ................................... A-1


Figures............................................................................................................. I
Tables .............................................................................................................V
Glossary .......................................................................................................VII

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About This Manual
Purpose
This manual describes how to use the LMT software during the provisioning of the base
station.

Intended Audience
This manual is intended for:
l Maintenance engineers
l Commissioning engineers

What Is in This Manual


This manual contains the following chapters:

Chapter Summary

1, Overview Describes the basic concept of the ZXSDR LMT software and the
environment requirements for running the software.

2, LMT Loading Modes Describes three modes that the LMT uses to load the software.

3, Base Station Describes how to upgrade the base station software.


Software Version
Upgrade

4, Modifying Base Describes how to modify the base station transmission parameters.
Station Transmission
Parameters

5, Operations of EOMS Describes the login and configuration mode for online/offline base station
configuration, software version management operations, operations of the
LMT, and the real-time view checking.

6, Operations of EDMS Describes the functions and operations of EDMS subsystem.

7, Operations of EFMS Describes the functions of alarm management subsystem and how to
check the alarm handling reference messages.

8, Operations of EPMS Describes how to create measurement tasks and the related tasks.

A, Acquiring an NE Describes how to acquire an NE configuration file from the EMS.


Configuration File

Conventions
This manual uses the following typographical conventions:

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Typeface Meaning

Italics Variables in commands. It may also refer to other related manuals and
documents.

Bold Menus, menu options, function names, input fields, option button names,
check boxes, drop-down lists, dialog box names, window names,
parameters, and commands.

Constant width Text that you type, program codes, filenames, directory names, and
function names.

[] Optional parameters.

{} Mandatory parameters.

| Separates individual parameters in a series of parameters.

Danger: indicates an imminently hazardous situation. Failure to comply


can result in death or serious injury, equipment damage, or site breakdown.

Warning: indicates a potentially hazardous situation. Failure to comply


can result in serious injury, equipment damage, or interruption of major
services.

Caution: indicates a potentially hazardous situation. Failure to comply


can result in moderate injury, equipment damage, or interruption of minor
services.

Note: provides additional information about a certain topic.

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Chapter 1
Overview
Table of Contents
LMT Software Overview .............................................................................................1-1
Environment Requirements ........................................................................................1-2

1.1 LMT Software Overview


A Local Maintenance Terminal (LMT) is a network management tool used to operate and
maintain a base station.

Version Information
The LMT version described in this manual is V12.13.30.

Application Scenarios
The LMT is applied to the following scenarios:
l Commissioning on customer site.
l If the transmission link of a base station is broken, the base station can be connected
through the LMT.
l If an engineering problem occurs, the base station can be connected through the LMT.

Subsystems
The LMT software is divided into the following four subsystems:
l Embedded Operation Management Subsystem (EOMS) with the base station
configuration and software version management functions.
l Embedded Diagnostic Management Subsystem (EDMS) with the diagnostic test
function and auxiliary functions.
l Embedded Fault Management Subsystem (EFMS) with the alarm management
function.
l Embedded Performance Management Subsystem (EPMS) with the realtime
performance measurement function.

Note:
The EOMS, EFMS, and EDMS support online and offline configuration. The EPMS
supports only online configuration.

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1.2 Environment Requirements


Hardware Environment Requirements

Item Typical Configuration Minimum Configuration

CPU 2.0 GB 1.8 GB

Memory 2 GB 1 GB

Hard disk 80 GB 1 GB (minimum free space)

Resolution of the monitor 1024 × 768 800 × 600

CD-ROM drive CD-ROM CD-ROM

Network card 10/100M 10/100M

Other optional configuration Modem, audio card, and –


items speaker

Software Environment Requirements

Item Configuration

Operating system Windows 2000/Windows XP/SUSE Linux

Default language of the English or Chinese (simplified)


operating system

Java runtime environment JRE 6u10

The Path attribute in the system environment variables must contain the bin directory of
the JRE. Otherwise, the program may operate improperly. The attribute can be checked
as follows:
1. Right-click My Computer, and then select Properties. The System Properties dialog
box is displayed.
2. Click the Advance tab, and then click Environment Variable. The Environment
Variable dialog box is displayed.
3. In the System Variable area, check whether the path contains the bin directory of
the JRE.

Caution!
The installation directory of the JRE cannot contain any Chinese character or space.

Requirements for the Network Configuration


When the LMT is directly connected to a base station, the PC on which the LMT is installed
must establish a link with the Debug interface of the CC board of the base station.

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Chapter 2
LMT Loading Modes
The LMT software can be loaded in three modes: IE, LMT Start, and local copy.

Note:
Only the GUs with version 4.00 and version 4.09 can load the LMT software in IE or LMT
Start mode.

Loading in IE Mode
1. Start the IE.
2. Enter the IP address of the main control CC board in the address bar, and then press
Enter.
3. Set the login parameters on the Web page. After the setting is completed, the system
downloads the LMT version file from the base station to the local computer through
the FTP and executes the file to log in to the base station.

Note:
l When the main control board is the CC0, the LMT software cannot be compressed
into the station version package. In this case, the LMT cannot be started in IE mode.
l The websites to be accessed must be added to the trusted website list.
l If the Warning-Security dialog box is displayed, select the Always trust content
from this publisher check box.

Load in LMT Start Mode


1. In the LMT version package, double-click LMTTools_setup.exe to install the LMT
Start software.
2. Select Start > Program > ZTE LMTTools > ZX SDR LMT Setting on the desktop.
The ZX SDR LMT Setting dialog box is displayed, see Figure 2-1.

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Figure 2-1 LMT Language Setting

3. Select the required language and click OK.


4. Select Start > Program > ZTE LMTTools > ZX SDR LMT Start (Multimode) on the
desktop. The LMT Start dialog box is displayed, see Figure 2-2.

Figure 2-2 LMT Start Login Page

5. The methods of loading a software package are as follows:


l Method 1
Click Add Version and select the large version package in the server. When the
loading progress reaches 100%, the version file is successfully loaded.

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l Method 2
Click Add Version and select the large version package of the base station or
the version package in Release\board_version. When the loading progress
reaches 100%, the version file is successfully loaded.
6. Configure the LMT login information.
a. From Language, select Chinese or English.
b. From Version, select the base station version number.
c. In User Name and Password, enter the LMT login user name and password.
d. From Station Name, select the station name.
7. Click the EMOS, EFMS, EPMS, or EDMS icon to enter the corresponding LMT
subsystem.

Load in Local Copy Mode


1. Enter the copy_version directory, see Figure 2-3.

Figure 2-3 Copy_version Directory

2. Double-click LMT.jar. The LMT dialog box is displayed, see Figure 2-4.

Figure 2-4 Starting the LMT Locally

3. Select a language in the Language drop-down list:


l Chinese: Chinese.
l English: English.
4. Select an LMT subsystem in the Application drop-down list:
l EOMS: LMT O&M subsystem.
l EFMS: LMT fault management subsystem.
l EDMS: LMT debugging management subsystem.

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l EPMS: LMT performance management subsystem.


5. Click Start.

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Chapter 3
Base Station Software
Version Upgrade
The software version of a base station can be upgraded by using one of the following three
methods
l Version management

This method applies to intra-platform version upgrades, during which the previous
version will be reserved for rollbacks.
l Image burning
This method applies to inter-platform version upgrades, which do not support
rollbacks.
l Access version management mode configuration
If the method is used, the LMT version must match with the current base station
version.
Table of Contents
Upgrading Software Through Version Management....................................................3-1
Upgrading Software Through Image Burning..............................................................3-4
Upgrading Software Through Access Version Management Mode Configuration........3-8

3.1 Upgrading Software Through Version Management


Steps
1. Enter the EOMS login interface.

a. Double-click LMT.jar under the copy_version directory. The LMT dialog box
is displayed.
b. Select a language as required in the Language drop-down list.
c. Select EOMS in the Application drop-down list.

d. Click Start. The Login dialog box is displayed.

2. In the Login Mode area, select Version Management. Enter User Name, Password,
Station Name, Station IP, see Figure 3-1.

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Figure 3-1 EOMS Login Interface

3. Click OK. The Version Management window is displayed, see Figure 3-2.

Figure 3-2 Version Management Window

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4. Download the station version package.


a. Right-click the blank area in the Local field of the Version Management window,
and then select Add to Lib. The Open dialog box is displayed.
b. In the path under which the version packages exist, select the platform package
and the product package, and click Open. The system shows the results of adding
the packages to the library.
The Local field shows the details of version package loading, see Figure 3-3.

Figure 3-3 Local Page After Version Packages Are Loaded to the Library

c. Right-click the required version package in the Local field, and then select
Download in the shortcut menu. The system starts to download the selected
version package.

d. Click OK in Download Result. The version package is updated to Base Station,


see Figure 3-4.

Figure 3-4 Base Station Page After Version Packages Are Downloaded

5. Activate the version package.

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a. Right-click the required version package in Base Station, and then select Prepare
for activation in the shortcut menu. The Activate dialog box is displayed, see
Figure 3-5.

Figure 3-5 Activate Dialog Box

b. Click (association data path selection). The Open dialog box is displayed.
c. Select the matched association data file, and then click Open. The Activate dialog
box is displayed.
d. Click Confirm. After the version package is activated, its status is updated to
Activate.
e. Select an activated version package from the Base Station list.
f. Right-click the version package and then select Enforce the activation. After the
version package is validated, the base station enters the reset mode and the LMT
displays a link broken notification after about one to two minutes.
g. It takes about 4 to 5 minutes for the base station to restart. Log in to the base
station by using an LMT. Set the Login Mode to Online configuration. Open
the Version Management window through the main menu and find that the
version is activated and operating properly. The software upgrade in the Version
Management window is complete.
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3.2 Upgrading Software Through Image Burning


Steps
1. Enter the EOMS offline interface
a. Double-click LMT.jar under the copy_version directory. The LMT dialog box
is displayed.
b. Select a language as required in the Language drop-down list.

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c. Select EOMS in the Application drop-down list.

d. Click Start. The Login dialog box is displayed.


e. Click Cancel to enter the EOMS offline interface, see Figure 3-6.

Figure 3-6 EOMS Offline Interface

2. Click Image gen button on the toolbar. The Base Station Image dialog box is
displayed, see Figure 3-7.

Figure 3-7 Base Station Image Dialog Box

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3. Click . The Open dialog box is displayed.


4. Select a platform version package and a product version package, and then click Open
to return to the Base Station Image dialog box, see Figure 3-8.

Figure 3-8 Adding a Version Package

5. Click . The Open dialog box is displayed.


6. Select the matched base station configuration data, and then click Open. The Base
Station Image dialog box is displayed.

7. Click OK. The EOMS window is displayed.


8. Click Burn button on the toolbar. The Base Station Image dialog box is displayed,
see Figure 3-9.

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Figure 3-9 Confirming Site IP Address

9. Click OK. The system burns the version packages in the local server and the activated
configuration to the DOM of the base station.
The software upgrade through image burning is different from that in the Version
Management window. For details, refer to Table 3-1.

Table 3-1 Difference Between Software Upgrade Through Image Burning and
Software Upgrade in the Version Management Window

Parameter Upgrade Through Image Burning Upgrade in the Version


Management Window

Application Quick site deployment. General upgrade, rarely used in the


scenario field.

Upgrade speed Fast (within 20 minutes for the CC16 About 30 minutes.
board).

Adaptability Strong. The layer-3 platform of the Only the upgrade for the layer-3
target version must be later than platform later than 1.2.0 is
1.1.9. supported.

Effect l The existing base station l The existing versions and data
versions and data are are reserved.
overwritten and cannot be l The self-download is carried
rolled back or restored. out to ensure that the RRU
l The RRU downloads data to its version is fully loaded.
client DOM at a time. l Configuration data is verified.
l Configuration data is not
verified.

Easy to use Simple operations, covering only Complicated operations, covering


two steps: mirroring and burning. four steps: add to Lib, download,
prepare to activate, and enforce the
activation.

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3.3 Upgrading Software Through Access Version


Management Mode Configuration
Steps
1. Enter the EOMS login interface.
a. Double-click LMT.jar under the copy_version directory. The LMT dialog box
is displayed.
b. Select a language as required in the Language drop-down list.

c. Select EOMS in the Application drop-down list.


d. Click Start. The Login dialog box is displayed.
2. Select Online Configuration in the Login Mode area, and then enter User Name,
Password, Station Name, and Station IP, see Figure 3-10.

Figure 3-10 EOMS Login Interface

3. Click OK.
4. In the Login Mode area, select Online Configuration. Enter other configuration
information. Then, click OK.

5. In the EOMS menu, select System > Version Management. The version
management window is displayed.

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6. Download the base station version package. For detailed information, refer to step 5
in 3.1 Upgrading Software Through Version Management.
7. Activate the version package. For detailed information, refer to step 6 in 3.1 Upgrading
Software Through Version Management.
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Chapter 4
Modifying Base Station
Transmission Parameters
When the base station version is successfully upgraded, the related base station
transmission parameters should be modified to guarantee that the NMS can establish the
link to the NE.

This section describes how to modify base station transmission parameters, including
physical layer port, Ethernet link layer , IP layer, and OMC channel parameters.

Note:
It is not recommended to modify other parameters except those mentioned above.

Steps
1. Enter the EOMS login interface.

a. Double-click LMT.jar under the copy_version directory. The LMT dialog box
is displayed.

b. Select a language as required in the Language drop-down list.

c. Select EOMS in the Application drop-down list.


d. Click Start. The Login dialog box is displayed.

e. Configure the parameters as required, see Figure 4-1.

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Figure 4-1 EOMS Login Interface

f. Click OK to enter the EOMS main interface.


2. In the menu, select View > Data View. The Data View window is displayed, see Figure
4-2.

Figure 4-2 Data View Window

3. Configure physical layer port parameters. (optional)


a. In the navigation tree on the left of the window, select Managed NE >
Transmission Network > Physical Layer Port. The Physical Layer Port page
is displayed.

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b. View detailed information.


Click a record in the list. Detailed information about this record is displayed on the
bottom of the Physical Layer Port page, see Figure 4-3.

Figure 4-3 Detailed Information About the Physical Layer Port

c. Add a physical layer port.


i. Right-click the blank area of the Physical Layer Port tab, and then select
ADD in the shortcut menu. The add dialog box is displayed.
ii. Click Confirm to add a physical layer port. The record about the added
physical layer port is displayed in red, see Figure 4-4.

Figure 4-4 Adding a Physical Layer Port

d. Modify a physical layer port.

Right-click a record in the list, and then select MODIFY in the shortcut menu (or
double-click a record in the list). Parameter items can be modified are displayed
on the bottom of the Physical Layer Port page, see Figure 4-5. For descriptions
about parameters and icons, refer to Table 4-1.

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Figure 4-5 Modifying a Physical Layer Port

Table 4-1 Descriptions About Parameters and Icons

Parameter/Icon Description

Property name Describes the name of the attribute


l blue font: indicates that the current property is mandatory.
l Black font: indicates that the current property is optional.
l Property name with “+”: indicates that the current property is of
array type or structure type, and is in collapsed status. You can
click the property to expand structure members of this property.
l Property name with “-”: indicates that the current property is of
array type or structure type, and is in expanded status. You can
click the property to collapse structure members of this property.

Value planned 2 Indicates the data is being modified and has not been sent to the
base station.

Actual value 2 Indicates the data in the base station, that is, the data has been
sent to the base station.

Indicates that the current property can be modified.

Indicates that the current property cannot be modified.

Indicates that the current property has been modified, that is, the
value planned is not the same as the actual value.

Indicates that the structure member of the current property.

Indicates to delete the structure member of the current property.

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e. Delete a physical layer port.


Right-click a record in the list, and then select DELETE in the shortcut menu to
delete the record of the physical layer port.
4. Configure Ethernet link layer parameters. (optional)

a. In the navigation tree on the left of the window, select Managed NE >
Transmission Network > Ethernet Link Layer. The Ethernet Link Layer page
is displayed.
b. The ways to view, add, modify, and delete the Ethernet link layer parameters and
physical layer port parameters are similar. For the detailed operations of Ethernet
link layer parameters, refer to b. to e. .
5. Configure IP layer parameters.
a. In the navigation tree on the left of the window, select Managed NE >
Transmission Network > IP Layer Configuration. The IP Layer Configuration
page is displayed.
b. The ways to view, add, modify, and delete the IP layer parameters and physical
layer port parameters are similar. For the detailed operations of IP layer
parameters, refer to b. to e. .
6. Configure OMC channel parameters.
a. In the navigation tree on the left of the window, select Managed NE > Operation
Maintenance > OMC Channel. The OMC Channel page is displayed.
b. The ways to view, add, modify, and delete the OMC channel parameters and
physical layer port parameters are similar. For the detailed operations of OMC
channel parameters, refer to b. to e. .

Note:
When the OMC channel is configured, the type of the operation maintenance
interface must be selected according to actual network deployment.

7. After the parameters are modified, click Export to base station to send the
configuration data to the base station.
l When the system submits the configuration data in incremental mode:

i. Click Export to base station. The message box is displayed, see Figure 4-6.

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Figure 4-6 Submitting the Configuration Data in Incremental Mode

ii. Click CONFIRM.


l When the system submits the configuration data in total mode:
i. Click Export to base station. The message box is displayed, see Figure 4-7.

Figure 4-7 Submitting the Configuration Data in Total Mode

ii. Click CONFIRM. The message box is displayed, see Figure 4-8.

Figure 4-8 Configuration Data is Successfully Submitted

Note:
l The system will automatically select the incremental mode or total mode to submit
configuration data according to the modification of the configuration data.
l the base station will not be reset when the system submits the configuration data
in incremental mode but be reset in total mode.

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EOMS System Overview
As a subsystem of the LMT, the EOMS provides multiple functions, including base station
configuration, base station software management, general base station operations, and
real-time check.

EOMS Main Window


For the main window of the EOMS, see Figure 5-1.

Figure 5-1 Main Window of the EOMS

EOMS Login Modes


Users can log in to the EOMS in one of the following modes:

l Online configuration: The LMT is connected to the base station. Users can check and
modify all configuration data of the base station through the LMT.
l Offline configuration: The LMT is not connected to the base station. Users can check
the specified configuration data of the base station through the LMT.
l Version management: The LMT is connected to the base station. Users can upgrade
the version of the base station through the LMT.

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LMT Authentication Mechanism


When the user logs in to the base station through the LMT online, the base station will
perform the authentication on the LMT login user. The detailed steps are described below”
1. On the EMS, configure the LMT login user name and password. The LMT
authentication file generated is sent to the base station.
2. On the EMS, open the LMT access authentication.
3. On the LMT, log into with the user name and password configured on the EMS. The
LMT sends the input user name and password to the base station for authentication
at the same time.
4. On the base station, when receiving the user name and password sent by the LMT, the
base station will check whether the user is legal according to the LMT authentication
file.
l If legal, turn to step 5.
l If illegal, the authentication fails. The LMT cannot logs in to the base station, and
the legal authentication file should be obtained again.
5. On the base station, the base station sends the user level of the corresponding user
to the LMT.
6. When the LMT receives the user level sent by the base station, if the level is
“administrator” and the IP address of the base station starts with 192 (local IP access),
the LMT dialog box is displayed.
7. Perform the following operation as required:
l Click Yes: The EMS is disconnected to the base station. The LMT obtains the
modification authentication. The user can check and modify the configuration data
through the LMT.
l Click No: The EMS is connected to the base station. The LMT obtains the query
authentication. The user can check the configuration data through the LMT.
l Click : The LMT stops the base station access operation.
Table of Contents
Logging In to the EOMS Offline ..................................................................................5-2
Logging In to the EOMS Online ..................................................................................5-5
Common Operations on the EOMS ............................................................................5-8

5.1 Logging In to the EOMS Offline


This section describes how to log in to the EOMS offline and load a template of the required
site type in certain NE mode or combined NE mode.

Context
Offline access is an access mode in which no link is established between the LMT and the
base station. Offline configuration is the configration that users log in to the EOMS in an
offline method to configure data.
After logging in to the EOMS, users must select a configuration data template file as
required.

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Steps
1. Enter the EOMS login interface.

a. Double-click LMT.jar under the copy_version directory. The LMT dialog box
is displayed.
b. Select a language as required in the Language drop-down list.
c. Select EOMS in the Application drop-down list.
d. Click Start. The Login dialog box is displayed.
2. In the Login Mode field, select Offline configuration, see Figure 5-2.

Figure 5-2 Login Dialog Box of the EOMS

3. Click OK. The Open dialog box is displayed, see Figure 5-3.

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Figure 5-3 Open Dialog Box

Note:
For how to acquire an EOMS template file, refer to A Acquiring an NE Configuration
File .

4. Select a template of the required mode, and then click Open. The offline configuration
window is displayed, see Figure 5-4.

Figure 5-4 EOMS Offline Configuration Window

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5. Perform the following operations and view the data in the corresponding window as
required:

To… Do…

open the Device Topology Right-click the blank area in the right pane, and then select
window Device Topology in the shortcut menu.

open the Transmission Right-click the blank area in the right pane, and then select
Resource window Transmission Resource in the shortcut menu.

open the Wireless Resource Right-click the blank area in the right pane, and then select
window Wireless Resource in the shortcut menu.

open the Data View window Right-click the blank area in the right pane, and then select
Data View in the shortcut menu.

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5.2 Logging In to the EOMS Online


This section describes how to log in to the EOMS online for whole-table configuration of
and online access to base stations.
Online access is an access mode in which a link is established between the LMT and
the base station. Online configuration is the configuration that users log in to the base
station online and configure or modify data as required. The difference between online
configuration and offline configuration is that configuration data is sent to the target base
station in real time during online configuration.

Prerequisite
The LMT login user name and password have been obtained.

Steps
1. Enter the EOMS login interface.

a. Double-click LMT.jar under the copy_version directory. The LMT dialog box
is displayed.
b. Select a language as required in the Language drop-down list.
c. Select EOMS in the Application drop-down list.

d. Click Start. The Login dialog box is displayed.

2. Manage a base station.


a. Click Station. The Station dialog box is displayed, see Figure 5-5.

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Figure 5-5 Station Dialog Box

b. Click Add. The Add Base Station info dialog box is displayed.
c. Enter a base station name and a base station IP address, see Figure 5-6.

Figure 5-6 Add Base Station Info Dialog Box

d. Click OK. The Station dialog box is displayed with the added base station, see
Figure 5-7.

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Figure 5-7 Station Dialog Box

e. Click OK. The Login dialog box is displayed with the name and IP address of the
added base station, seeFigure 5-8.

Figure 5-8 Login Dialog Box

3. Configure the LMT login information.

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a. In the Login Mode area, select Online configuration.

b. Enter User Name and Password.


4. Deliver the initial configuration.
a. Click OK. If a base station is not configured, when you log in to the EOMS online,
the Open dialog box is displayed, see Figure 5-9.

Figure 5-9 Open Dialog Box

Note:
To acquire an EOMS template file, refer to A Acquiring an NE Configuration File .

b. Select the required template for the specified site type.


c. Click Open. The template is loaded successfully. You can view the data, status,
device topology, transmission resources, and wireless resources of the base
station.

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5.3 Common Operations on the EOMS


5.3.1 Logging Out of the EOMS
The section describes how to log out of the EOMS.

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Steps
1. In the main window of the EOMS, select System > Logout. The Are you sure you
want to logout? message box is displayed.
2. Click OK.
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5.3.2 Managing Logs


Operation logs record the maintenance of users for BSs. You can view, export, and clear
the logs through the EOMS.

Steps
l View logs.
a. In the main window of the EOMS, select System > Log > View. The Log dialog
box is displayed.
b. View the operation logs.
c. Click OK to close the Log dialog box.
l Export logs.

a. In the main window of the EOMS, select System > Log > Export. The Save dialog
box is displayed.
b. Set the saving path and file name, and click Save. The system saves logs as a
file to the local computer.

Note:

The default file type is TXT.

l Clear logs.
a. In the main window of the EOMS, select System > Log > Clear. The Are you
sure to clear log records? message box is displayed.
b. Click OK.

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5.3.3 Exporting Configuration Data


This section describes how to export base station configuration data to the local computer.

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Steps
1. In the main window of the EOMS, select System > Export. The Save dialog box is
displayed.
2. Set a saving path and a file name, and then click Save. The system saves the base
station configuration data as a file to the local computer.

Note:
The default file type is xml.

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5.3.4 Viewing the LMT Version


This section describes how to view the LMT version.

Prerequisite
The LMT is started and EOMS (or EFM/EPMS/EDMS) is opened.

Steps
1. In the main window of the EOMS (or EFM/EPMS/EDMS), select Help > About EOMS.
The About EOMS dialog box is displayed.
2. View the LMT version.
3. Click OK.
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5.3.5 Checking Real-Time Information


This section describes how to display the device topology view, transmission resource
view, wireless resource view, data view, and status view.

Context
For descriptions of views in the EOMS, refer to Table 5-1.

Table 5-1 Descriptions of the EOMS Views

Name Description

Device topology view Monitors the detailed device information in real time.

Transmission resource view Displays the detailed transmission resources of a base station.

Wireless resource view Displays the detailed wireless resources of a base station.

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Name Description

Data view Displays the detailed base station configuration.

Status view Displays the detailed MO status of a base station.

Steps
l Display the device topology view.
a. Select View > Device Topology. The Device Topology window is displayed, see
Figure 5-10.

Figure 5-10 Device Topology View

Note:
To view the detailed information of the MO in the Device Topology view, right-click
a BS, RRU, or BBU device. You can also perform the related operations as
needed.

b. Double-click a base station. The base station details are shown in the Information
Window.

l Display the transmission resource view.


a. Select View > Transmission Resource. The Transmission Resource window
is displayed, see Figure 5-11.

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Figure 5-11 Transmission Resource View

b. Click a transmission resource in the left pane. The details of the resource are
shown in the right pane of the Transmission Resource window.
l Display the wireless resource view.
a. Select View > Wireless Resource. The Wireless Resource window is displayed,
see Figure 5-12.

Figure 5-12 Wireless Resource View

b. Click a wireless resource in the left pane. The details of the resource are shown
in the right pane of the Wireless Resource window.
l Display the data view.
a. Select View > Data View. The Data View window is displayed, see Figure 5-13.

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Figure 5-13 Data View

b. Click a node in the resource tree. The details of the resource are shown in the
right pane of the Data View window. You can do the followings as needed:

To… Do…

Add 1. Right-click the blank area of the list on the upper-right of the
Data View window, and then select Add from the shortcut menu.
A message box is displayed.
2. Click OK to add a record. The newly added record is displayed
in red.

Modify 1. Right-click a row of information on the upper-right of the Data


View window, and then select Modify from the shortcut menu
(or double-click a record in the list).
2. Modify the related parameters on the lower-right of the Data
View window.

Delete Right-click a row of information in the upper-right of the Data View


window, and then select Delete from the shortcut menu.

For descriptions about parameters and icons in the Data View window, refer to
Table 5-2.

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Table 5-2 Descriptions About Parameters and Icons

Parameter/Icon Description

Property name Describes the name of the attribute


l blue font: indicates that the current property is mandatory.
l Black font: indicates that the current property is optional.
l Property name with “+”: indicates that the current property is of
array type or structure type, and is in collapsed status. You can
click the property to expand structure members of this property.
l Property name with “-”: indicates that the current property is of
array type or structure type, and is in expanded status. You can
click the property to collapse structure members of this property.

Value planned 2 Indicates the data is being modified and has not been sent to the
base station.

Actual value 2 Indicates the data in the base station, that is, the data has been
sent to the base station.

Indicates that the current property can be modified.

Indicates that the current property cannot be modified.

Indicates that the current property has been modified, that is, the
value planned is not the same as the actual value.

Indicates that the structure member of the current property.

Indicates to delete the structure member of the current property.

Note:
In the upper-right list of the Data View window, press Ctrl and select multiple
rows of information (or press Shift and drag the mouse to select multiple rows
of information), and then right-click to modify and delete the configuration data in
batches.

c. After the configuration data is modified, you can do the followings as needed:
l Click Show my modifications to check the modification.
l Click Export to base station to send the current configuration to a base
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Note:
When the configuration data is sent to the base station, the system will
submit in incremental or total mode. The base station will not be reset in
incremental mode but be reset in total mode. Therefore, the system will
prefer the incremental mode.

l Click Export as data file to export data as a file to the local computer.
d. (Optional) Customize a filtering template of the navigation tree nodes in the data
view.
1. Right-click the navigation pane on the left in the data view, and then select Self
Choose from the shortcut menu. The Self Choose dialog box is displayed.
2. Select the nodes to be displayed in the Self Choose dialog box.
3. Click OK. A message box is displayed, indicating the configuration succeeds,
and the navigation tree on the left is refreshed.
4. (Optional) Save the current filtering configuration of the navigation tree as a
template.
Right-click navigation pane on the left in the data view, and then select Export
from the shortcut menu. Set the save path and file name in the Save dialog
box that is displayed, and then click Save.
e. (Optional) Customize navigation nodes in the data view.
1. Right-click navigation pane on the left in the data view, and then select Import.
The Open dialog box is displayed.
2. Select a template file, and then click Open. A message box is displayed,
indicating that the navigation template has been imported successfully.
3. Click OK to return to the Data View page.
4. Select View > Data View to reopen the data view. The nodes in the navigation
tree on the left are filtered in accordance with the imported template.
l Display the status view.
a. Select View > Status View. The Status View window is displayed, see Figure
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Figure 5-14 Status View

b. Click a node in the resource tree. The Status View shows the detailed status of
the resource in the right pane.

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5.3.6 One-button Fault Information Collection


This section describes how to collect the fault information of the base station.

Steps
1. In the main interface of the EOMS, select menu System > Collect Fault Information
to pop up the prompt: “Are you sure you want to collect fault information?” .

2. Click OK to pop up the Collect Fault Information dialog box. The system starts
collecting the fault information of base stations and the collection progress is shown.
At the end of fault information collection, the information is shown as: Figure 5-15.

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Figure 5-15 Collecting Fault Information

3. Click the link following File name of the collected fault information to enter the
storage directory of the fault information file.

4. Unzip the file to view corresponding fault information files.


5. Click Close to exit the Collect Fault Information dialog box.
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System Overview
The functions of the EDMS subsystem include signaling observation, system monitoring,
diagnostic checking and testing. The EDMS subsystem can be used to observe base
station signaling, check resource utilization, test indices, and help base station engineers
to locate faults.

EDMS Main Window


For the main window of the EDMS, see Figure 6-1.

Figure 6-1 Main Window of the EDMS

Functional Restrictions of the EDMS


For the restrictions of the diagnosis functions in the EDMS subsystem to the NE radio
mode, refer to Table 6-1.

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Table 6-1 Functional Restrictions of the EDMS

Function Function GSM UMTS LTE FDD LTE TDD TD-SCD- CDMA
Name List MA

Observe Trace N Y N N N N
Signaling NBAP
Signaling

Trace Y Y N N N N
SSCOP
Signaling

Trace N Y N N N N
ALCAP
Signaling

Trace Y Y Y Y Y Y
SCTP
Signaling

Trace Y Y N N N N
PPP
Signaling

CFM Y Y N N N N
Signaling

System CPU& Y Y Y Y N N
Monitor RAM Us-
age Rate

Receiver Y Y N N N N
Spectrum
Analyze

Carrier Y Y N N N N
Spectrum
Analyze

Antenna Y Y N N N N
Connec-
tion Se-
quence
Detection

Passive Y Y N N N N
intermod-
ulation de-
tection an-
tenna and

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Function Function GSM UMTS LTE FDD LTE TDD TD-SCD- CDMA
Name List MA

cable sys-
tems

Vswr Y Y N N N N
Meter

Vswr Y Y N N N N
Meter
Batch Test

Diagnosis Query N Y N N N N
Query Common
Physical
Channel

Query N Y N N N N
Common
Transport
Channel

Satellite Y Y Y Y Y Y
Real Time
Query

GSM Car- Y N N N N N
rier Fre-
quency
Query

GSM Y N N N N N
Dyna
Carry Fre-
quency
Query

GSM Y N N N N N
Dyna In-
formation
Query

Board Y Y Y Y Y Y
Diagnosis
Test

Count Y Y Y Y Y Y
switch
port
packages
of UES

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Name List MA

Query Y Y Y Y Y Y
UES EEP-
ROM in-
formation

Ethernet Y Y Y Y Y Y
OAM
Session
Parameter
Query

Commis- Y Y Y Y Y N
sioning
Check

Ping Test Y Y Y Y Y Y

PMT Y Y N N N N
Commis-
sioning
Check

Diagnosis TOC To- Y N N N N N


Test tal Power
Measure-
ment

Table of Contents
Starting the EDMS......................................................................................................6-4
Signalling Observation ...............................................................................................6-5
System Monitoring....................................................................................................6-20
Diagnosis Query.......................................................................................................6-24
Diagnosis Test..........................................................................................................6-37

6.1 Starting the EDMS


This section describes how to access the EDMS through an LMT.

Prerequisite
l The communication link between the LMT and the base station is proper.
l The IP address information about the base station is obtained.

Steps
1. Enter the EDMS login interface.

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a. Double-click LMT.jar under the copy_version directory. The LMT dialog box
is displayed.
b. Select a language as required in the Language drop-down list.
c. Select EDMS in the Application drop-down list.
d. Click Start. The Login dialog box is displayed, see Figure 6-2.

Figure 6-2 EDMS Login Interface

2. Enter the login information, and then click OK.


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6.2 Signalling Observation


6.2.1 Observing NBAP Signaling
This section describes how to send and receive all Node B application part (NBAP)
signaling through the EDMS and display the signaling in GUI.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Observe
Signaling > Trace NBAP Signaling. The Trace NBAP Signaling window is
displayed.

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2. Right-click the blank area of the Trace NBAP Signaling window, and then select an
operation in the shortcut menu, see Figure 6-3.

Figure 6-3 NBAP Signaling Observation

To… Do…

Start the NBAP signaling a. Click Start. The system starts collecting NBAP signaling.
observation
b. Click Stop. The system stops collecting NBAP signaling.
(optional)

Set NBAP signaling a. Click Setup. The NBAP Signaling Tracing Parameters
observation parameters Setting dialog box is displayed.

b. Set the related NBAP signaling observation parameters.

c. Click OK.

Clear the NBAP signaling Click Clear to clear the NBAP signaling observation record
observation record displayed in the window.

Save the NBAP signaling a. Click Save. The NBAP Saving Setting dialog box is dis-
observation record played.

b. Select Saving type, and then click OK. The Save dialog
box is displayed.

c. Set the file storage path and file name, and then click Save
to save the NBAP signaling observation record to the spec-
ified local directory.

d. Click Stop Saving to stopping saving the NBAP signaling


observation record. (optional)

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6.2.2 Observing SSCOP Signaling


This section describes how to monitor all Steam Control Transmission Protocol (SSCOP)
signaling received and sent at the base station. It helps locate SSCOP link faults.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Observe
Signaling > Trace SSCOP Signaling. The Trace SSCOP Signaling window is
displayed.
2. Right-click the blank area of the Trace SSCOP Signaling window, and then select an
operation in the shortcut menu, see Figure 6-4.

Figure 6-4 SSCOP Signaling Observation

To… Do…

Start the SSCOP signaling a. Click Start. The SSCOP Signaling Trace Setting dialog
observation box is displayed.

b. Set Tracing link, Signaling direction, Tracing buffer.

c. Click OK. The system starts the SSCOP signaling observa-


tion.

d. Click Stop to stop collecting the SSCOP signaling. (op-


tional)

Clear the SSCOP signaling Click Clear to clear the SSCOP signaling observation record
observation displayed in the window.

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6.2.3 Observing ALCAP Signaling


This section describes how to monitor all Access Link Control Application Protocol
(ALCAP) signaling received at the base station through the EDMS and display the
signaling in the GUI.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Observe
Signaling > Trace ALCAP Signaling. The Trace ALCAP Signaling window is
displayed.
2. Right-click the blank area of the Trace ALCAP Signaling window, and then select an
operation in the shortcut menu, see Figure 6-5.

Figure 6-5 ALCAP Signaling Observation

To… Do…

Start the ALCAP signaling a. Click Start. The system starts collecting the ALCAP signal-
observation ing.

b. Click Stop. The system stops collecting the ALCAP signal-


ing. (optional)

Clear the ALCAP signaling Click Clear to clear the ALCAP signaling observation record
observation displayed in the window.

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To… Do…

Save the ALCAP signaling a. Click Save. The ALCAP Saving Setting dialog box is dis-
observation played.

b. Select Saving type, and then click OK. The Save dialog
box is displayed.

c. Set the file storage path and file name, and then click Save
to save the ALCAP signaling observation record to the spec-
ified local directory.

d. Click Stop Saving to stopping saving the ALCAP signaling


observation record. (optional)

6.2.4 Observing SCTP Signaling


This section describes how to monitor all Steam Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP)
signaling received at the base station and display the signaling in the GUI.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Observe
Signaling > Trace SCTP Signaling. The Trace SCTP Signaling window is
displayed.
2. Right-click the blank area of the Trace SCTP Signaling window, and then select an
operation in the shortcut menu, see Figure 6-6.

Figure 6-6 SCTP Signaling Observation

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To… Do…

Start the SCTP signaling a. Click Start. The SCTP Signaling Trace Setting dialog box
observation is displayed.

b. Set Tracing link, Signaling direction, Tracing buffer.

c. Click OK. The system starts the SSCOP signaling observa-


tion.

d. Click Stop to stop collecting the SSCOP signaling. (op-


tional)

Clear the SCTP signaling Click Clear to clear the SCTP signaling observation record
observation record displayed in the window.

Save the SCTP signaling a. Click Save. The SCTP Saving Setting dialog box is dis-
observation record played.

b. Select Saving type, and then click OK. The Save dialog
box is displayed.

c. Set the file storage path and file name, and then click Save
to save the SCTP signaling observation record to the spec-
ified local directory.

d. Click Stop Saving to stopping saving the SCTP signaling


observation record. (optional)

6.2.5 Observing PPP Signaling


This section describes how to monitor all Point to Point Protocol (PPP) signaling received
at the base station and display the signaling in the GUI.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Observe
Signaling > Trace PPP Signaling. The Trace PPPP Signaling window is displayed.
2. Right-click the blank area of the Trace PPPP Signaling window, and then select an
operation in the shortcut menu, see Figure 6-7.

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Figure 6-7 PPP Signaling Observation

To… Do…

Start the PPP signaling a. Click Start. The PPP Signaling Trace Settings dialog box
observation is displayed.

b. Set PPP ID, Signaling direction, and Tracing buffer.

c. Click OK. The system starts collecting the PPP signaling.

d. Click Stop. The system stops collecting PPP signaling. (op-


tional)

Clear the PPP signaling Click Clear to clear the PPP signaling observation record
observation record displayed in the window.

Save the PPP signaling a. Click Save. The PPP Saving Setting dialog box is dis-
observation record played.

b. Select Saving type, and then click OK. The Save dialog
box is displayed.

c. Set the file storage path and file name, and then click Save
to save the PPP signaling observation record to the speci-
fied local directory.

d. Click Stop Saving to stopping saving the PPP signaling


observation record. (optional)

6.2.6 Observing CFM Signaling


CFM signaling observation helps monitor the Connectivity Fault Management (CFM) data
of a specified link.

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6.2.6.1 Performing Unidirectional Packet Loss Detection


This section describes how to detect unidirectional packet loss of the specified link,
including total number of lost packets at the local end, packet loss times at the local end,
total number of lost packets at the remote end, and packet loss times at the remote end.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Observe
Signaling > CFM Signaling > The Result to Test Unidirectional Lost Package.
The The Result to Test Unidirectional Lost Package window is displayed, see
Figure 6-8.

Figure 6-8 Unidirectional Packet Loss Detection Result

2. Right-click the blank area, and then select Start in the shortcut menu. The Set
parameter dialog box is displayed, see Figure 6-9.

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Figure 6-9 Set Parameter Dialog Box

For descriptions of the parameters in the Set parameter dialog box, refer to Table 6-2.

Table 6-2 Parameter Description

Parameter Parameter Description

MD ID Maintenance Domain ID.

MA ID Maintenance Association ID.

Local MEP ID Local Maintenance Association End Point ID.

Remote MEP ID Remote Maintenance Association End Point ID.

Executing time Detection execution times, in range of 1 to 200.

Interval (s) Detection interval, in range of 1 to 10.

3. Click OK. The system displays the execution result in the right pane.

6.2.6.2 Performing Bidirectional Packet Loss Detection


This section describes how to detect bidirectional packet loss of the specified link, including
total number of lost packets at the local end, packet loss times at the local end, total number
of lost packets at the remote end, and packet loss times at the remote end.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Observe
Signaling > CFM Signaling > The Result to Test Bidirectional Lost Package. The
The Result to Test Bidirectional Lost Package window is displayed, see Figure
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Figure 6-10 Bidirectional Packet Loss Detection Result

2. Right-click the blank area, and then select Start in the shortcut menu. The Set
parameter dialog box is displayed, see Figure 6-11.

Figure 6-11 Set Parameter Dialog Box

For descriptions of the parameters in the Set parameter dialog box, refer to Table 6-3.

Table 6-3 Parameter Description

Parameter Parameter Description

MD ID Maintenance Domain ID.

MA ID Maintenance Domain ID.

Local MEP ID Local Maintenance Association End Point ID.

Remote MEP ID Remote Maintenance Association End Point ID.

LMM Sending Time Detection execution times, in range of 1 to 255.

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3. Click OK. The system displays the execution result in the right pane.

6.2.6.3 Performing Unidirectional Delay Detection


This section describes how to test the unidirectional average delay of a link.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Observe
Signaling > CFM Signaling > The Result to Test Unidirectional Delay. The The
Result to Test Unidirectional Delay window is displayed, see Figure 6-12.

Figure 6-12 Unidirectional Delay Detection Result

2. Right-click the blank area, and then select Start in the shortcut menu. The Set
parameter dialog box is displayed, see Figure 6-13.

Figure 6-13 Set Parameter Dialog Box

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For descriptions of the parameters in the Set parameter dialog box, refer to Table 6-4.

Table 6-4 Parameter Description

Parameter Parameter Description

MD ID Maintenance Association ID.

MA ID Maintenance Domain ID.

Local MEP ID Local Maintenance Association End Point ID.

Remote MEP ID Remote Maintenance Association End Point ID.

Executing time Detection execution times, in range of 1 to 200.

Interval (s) Detection interval, in range of 1 to 10.

3. Click OK. The system displays the execution result in the right pane.

6.2.6.4 Performing Bidirectional Delay Detection


This section describes how to test the bidirectional average delay of a link.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Observe
Signaling > CFM Signaling > The Result to Test Bidirectional Delay. The The
Result to Test Bidirectional Delay window is displayed, see Figure 6-14.

Figure 6-14 Bidirectional Delay Detection Result

2. Right-click the blank area , and then select Start in the shortcut menu. The Set
parameter dialog box is displayed, see Figure 6-15.

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Figure 6-15 Set Parameter Dialog Box

For descriptions of the parameters in the Set parameter dialog box, refer to Table 6-5.

Table 6-5 Parameter Description

Parameter Parameter Description

MD ID Maintenance Domain ID.

MA ID Maintenance Association ID.

Local MEP ID Local Maintenance Association End Point ID.

Remote MEP ID Remote Maintenance Association End Point ID.

Executing time Detection execution times, in range of 1 to 200.

Interval (s) Detection interval, in range of 1 to 10.

3. Click OK. The system displays the execution result in the right pane.

6.2.6.5 Performing Link Tracing Detection


This section describes how to trace per-hop information about a link.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Observe
Signaling > CFM Signaling > The Result to Test Link Trace. The The Result to
Test Link Trace window is displayed, see Figure 6-16.

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Figure 6-16 Link Tracing Detection Result

2. Right-click the blank area, and then select Start in the shortcut menu. The Set
parameter dialog box is displayed, see Figure 6-17.

Figure 6-17 Set Parameter Dialog Box

For descriptions of the parameters in the Set parameter dialog box, refer to Table 6-6.

Table 6-6 Parameter Description

Parameter Parameter Description

MD ID Maintenance Domain ID.

MA ID Maintenance Association ID.

Local MEP ID Local Maintenance Association End Point ID.

Remote MEP ID Remote Maintenance Association End Point ID.

Life time (hop) Detection execution times, in range of 1 to 64.

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Parameter Parameter Description

Timeout time (s) Detection interval, in range of 5 to 60.

3. Click OK. The system displays the execution result in the right pane.

6.2.6.6 Performing Link Loopback Detection


This section describes how to test whether loopback exists on a link.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Observe
Signaling > CFM Signaling > The Result to Test Link Loop Back. The The Result
to Test Link Loop Back window is displayed, see Figure 6-18.

Figure 6-18 Link Loopback Detection Result

2. Right-click the blank area, and then select Start in the shortcut menu. The Set
parameter dialog box is displayed, see Figure 6-19.

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Figure 6-19 Set Parameter Dialog Box

For descriptions of the parameters in the Set parameter dialog box, refer to Table 6-7.

Table 6-7 Parameter Description

Parameter Parameter Description

MD ID Maintenance Domain ID.

MA ID Maintenance Association ID.

Local MEP ID Local Maintenance Association End Point ID.

Remote MEP ID Remote Maintenance Association End Point ID.

End-Point Type End point type, MEP or MIP.

Executing time Detection execution times, in range of 1 to 7200.

Timeout time (s) Detection interval, in range of 1 to 10.

3. Click OK. The system displays the execution result in the right pane.

6.3 System Monitoring


6.3.1 Monitoring the CPU and RAM Usage
This section describes how to monitor the CPU and RAM usage of the main control board
and peripheral boards. The CPU and RAM usages are displayed in the GUI.

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Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select System Monitor
> CPU&RAM Usage Rate. The CPU&RAM Usage Rate window is displayed, see
Figure 6-20.

Figure 6-20 CPU and RAM Usage

2. Right-click a board from the board list in the left pane, and then select an operation in
the shortcut menu.
l Start: Select Start. The system shows the real-time CPU and RAM usage in the
GUI on the right, see Figure 6-21.

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Figure 6-21 Query Result

l Stop: Select Stop. The system stops tracing the CPU and RAM usage.

6.3.2 Analyzing Receiver Spectrum


This procedure describes how to scan and analyze the frequency spectrum of RRU radio
receiving bandwidth.

Prerequisites
l The RRU is operating properly.
l The operational cell is blocked.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select System Monitor
> RRU Frequency Scan. The RRU Frequency Scan window is displayed.
2. Right-click a board from the board list in the left pane, and then select an operation in
the shortcut menu.
l Start: Select Start, and then set Port Param and Extended frequency(MHz) in
the Set parameter dialog box that is displayed. Click OK to start RRU scanning.

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Note:
RRU scanning will cause service interruption. Therefore, all cells of the RRU
should be blocked before RRU scanning.

l Stop: Select Stop. The system stops scanning the frequency band. For the
scanning result, see Figure 6-22.

Figure 6-22 Receiver Spectrum Analyze

6.3.3 Analyzing Carrier Spectrum


This procedure describes how to scan and analyze the frequency spectrum of bandwidth
of single cell.

Prerequisites
A cell is created.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select System Monitor
> Interference Analyze. The Interference Analyze window is displayed.

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2. Right-click a board from the board list in the left pane, and then select an operation in
the shortcut menu.
l Start : Select Start, and then set RTWP in the Set parameter dialog box. Click
OK to start the analysis.
l Stop: Select Stop. The system stops interference analysis. For the analysis
result, see Figure 6-23.

Figure 6-23 Carrier Spectrum Analyze

Note:
The data collected reflects the changes of the input signal frequency. Normally,
the spectrum curve will be within the range of [-130, -50] on a vertical axis. The
unit is dBm@20kHz.

6.4 Diagnosis Query


6.4.1 Checking Common Physical Channels
This section describes how to check the the common physical channel list of each radio
cell of the base station.

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Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Diagnosis
Query > Query Common Physical Channel. The Query Common Physical
Channel window is displayed.
2. Perform the following operations as required:
l Click a common physical channel. The TFCS and TS Format columns show the
Transmit Format Combination Set (TFCS) and timeslot information.
l Right-click the blank area of the Physical Channel area, and then select Refresh
in the shortcut menu. The system refreshes the data in real time.

6.4.2 Checking Common Transmission Channels


This section describes how to check the common transmission channel list of each radio
cell of the base station.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Diagnosis
Query > Query Common Transport Channel. The Query Common Transport
Channel window is displayed.
2. Click a common transmission channel. The system shows the Transport Format Set
(TFS) information in a field.

Note:
Right-click the blank area of the Transport Channel area, and then select Refresh in
the shortcut menu. The system refreshes the data in real time.

6.4.3 Checking Real-Time Satellite State


This section describes how to check the current GPS state of the base station and the
information about locked satellites, including the number of satellites, signal strength and
direction, and signal angle.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Diagnosis
Query > Satellite Real Time Query. The Satellite Real Time Query window is
displayed.
2. Right-click a record of board information, and then select Start Test in the shortcut
menu. The satellite map shows the GPS information received by the base station, see
Figure 6-24.

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Figure 6-24 Starting Test

Note:
It takes a long time to query the GPS information.

3. Right-click the required board, and then select Stop Test in the shortcut menu. The
system stops scanning the GPS information. (optional)

6.4.4 Querying GSM Dynamic Carrier Information


When the SDR base station is connected to the BSC, the carrier frequency used by a
subscriber is dynamically allocated during communication. This section describes how to
query the realtime carrier information.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Diagnosis
Query > GSM Dyna Carry Information Query. The GSM Dyna Carrier Information
Query window is displayed.
2. Right-click a record of board information, and then select Start Test in the shortcut
menu. The GSM dynamic information setting dialog box is displayed, see Figure
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Figure 6-25 GSM Dynamic Information Setting

3. Set the cell ID and carrier ID, and then click OK. The test result is shown at the lower
part of the GSM Dyna Carry Information Query window.

6.4.5 Querying GSM Radio Resource Dynamic Information


This section describes how to display information about cells, carrier frequencies,
block/unblock status of channels, types of channels (HR/FR) and channel occupation
(CS/PS) during the base station commissioning.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Diagnosis
Query > GSM Dyna Information Query. The GSM Dyna Information Query
window is displayed.
2. Right-click a record of board information, and then select Start Test in the shortcut
menu. The GSM dynamic information setting dialog box is displayed, see Figure
6-26.

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Figure 6-26 GSM Dynamic Information Setting

3. Set Cell ID, Carrier Frequency ID, and Query Type, and then click OK. The test result
is shown at the lower part of the GSM Dyna Information Query window.

6.4.6 Diagnosing the Test Board


This section describes how to diagnose the board and locate the fault.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Diagnosis
Query > Board Diagnosis Test. The Board Diagnosis Test window is displayed.
2. Click a board in Board List. All test functions of the board are displayed on the right
of page. Select the item to be tested.
3. In Board List, right-click a board, and then select Start in the shortcut menu. The
corresponding diagnosis test result is displayed at the lower-right part of the window,
see Figure 6-27.

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Figure 6-27 Board Diagnosis Test

6.4.7 Counting Packets at the Switch Port of the UES Board


This section describes how to test the switch port of the Universal Ethernet Switch (UES)
board during the base station commissioning.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Diagnosis
Query > Count switch port packages. The Count switch port packages window
is displayed.
2. In Board list, right-click the board, and then select Count switch port packages in
the shortcut menu. The user configuration dialog box is displayed, see Figure 6-28.

Figure 6-28 Selecting the Optical Port or Electrical Port of the Board

3. Select the optical port or electrical port, and then click OK. The test result is displayed
at the lower part of the Count switch port packages window, see Figure 6-29.

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Figure 6-29 Test Result

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6.4.8 Querying the EEPROM Information of the UES Board


This section describes how to query the Electrically Erasable Programmable Read - Only
Memory (EEPROM) information of the UES board during the base station commissioning.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Diagnosis
Query > Query EEPROM information. The Query EEPROM information window
is displayed.

2. In Board list, right-click the board, and then select Query EEPROM information in
the shortcut menu. The Enter the EEPROM diagnosis parameters dialog box is
displayed, see Figure 6-30.

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Figure 6-30 Enter the EEPROM diagnosis parameters

3. Set the dedicated type, starting address, and data length, and then click OK. The test
result is displayed at the lower part of the Query EEPROM information window, see
Figure 6-31.

Figure 6-31 Test Result

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6.4.9 Querying Ethernet OAM Session Parameters


This section describes how to query the parameters of the OAM sessions between the main
control board network interface and other transmission equipment (for example, switches
supporting the 802.3ah) to determine whether the peer end is connected.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Diagnosis
Query > Ethernet OAM Session Parameter Query. The Ethernet OAM Session
Parameter Query window is displayed.
2. Right-click a line in Ethernet OAM ID, and then select Start Test in the shortcut menu.
The query result is shown at the lower part of the Ethernet OAM Session Parameter
Query window.

6.4.10 Checking Commissioning Status


This section describes how to make sure that a base station is ready for commissioning.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Diagnosis
Query > Commissioning Check. The Commissioning Check window is displayed.
2. Right-click a record of base station and select Start Test. The Commissioning Check
Configuration dialog box is displayed, seeFigure 6-32 .

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Figure 6-32 Configuring Commissioning Check Parameters

3. In the Radio Mode area, select an NE mode as needed.


4. In the Check Type area, make selections as needed.

Note:
A check type is greyed if this type is not supported by any board.

5. Click OK to start the diagnosis test. At the end of the test, the test results are shown
in the lower half of the Commissioning Check window. See Figure 6-33.

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Figure 6-33 Test Result of Commissioning Check

6. (Optional) The check elements can be filtered. The detailed operations are as
follows:
a. Click Filter. The Check Element Filter dialog box is displayed, seeFigure 6-34 .

Figure 6-34 Filtering Check Elements

b. Select a diagnosis type from the Check Type tree on the left. All the testing
elements under the check type are displayed on the right.
c. You can select all needed elements for the diagnosis test.

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d. Click OK to return to the Commissioning Check dialog box where the filtered
information is shown in the lower half of the window.

6.4.11 Detecting the Ping Packet


This section describes how to detect the configured transmission links during the
commissioning.

Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Diagnose Query
> Ping Test. The Ping Test window is displayed, see Figure 6-35.

Figure 6-35 Ping Test

2. Set Ping Size and Ping Count.

3. Execute the Ping packet detection. The result is displayed in the Ping Information
area.
l Ping test for the BS gateway: To detect the transmission link between the BS and
the BS gateway, click Ping Gateway.
l Ping test for the OMC server: To detect the transmission link between the BS and
the OMC server, click Ping OMC Server.
l Ping test for the customized destination IP: To detect the transmission link
between the BS and the destination IP, set Destination, and then click Ping.
4. To stop the current ping packet detection, click Stop ping. (optional)

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6.4.12 Using PMT to Perform Commissioning Check


This section describes how to use the PMT’s commissioning check function to view the
commissioning check report.

Note:
Only the GU NE mode supports this function.

Steps
l In offline status, view the commissioning check report of base stations.
a. Double clickEDMS.jar, and click the Cancel button in the pop-up Login dialog
box to open the EDMS offline login main interface.
b. In the tool bar, click the Import PMT File icon to pop up the
EDMS.PMT.IMPORT.TITLE dialog box.
c. Click and in the popup Open dialog box, select the path for storing TCOMOUT
.txt and pmt_dtm.xml.
d. ClickOpen to display the Import PMT File interface.
The commissioning check report information is shown. See Figure 6-36.

Figure 6-36 Displaying Commissioning Check Report

l In online status, view the commissioning check report of base stations.


a. Double click EDMS.jar to pop up the Login dialog box.
b. In the Login Mode area, select Online Configuration.
c. Configure User, Password, BTS name, BTS IP and Mode.
d. ClickOK to open the EDMS online login main interface.

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e. In the Maintenance Navigation Tree, select Diagnosis Query > PMT


Commissioning Check to open the PMT Commissioning Check window.
f. In the Board List, right click a line of board information to select either Start Test
or Import PMT File. See Figure 6-37.

Figure 6-37 PMT Commissioning Check

If … Then…

A self-check of the current BTS 1. Click Start Test to start commissioning self-check of
environment is necessary, the current BTS environment. The test progress will
be shown.
2. At the end of test, the self-check result will be shown.

The commissioning check 1. Click Import PMT File to pop up the Import PMT File
reports of other BTS need be dialog box.
viewed, 2. Click , and in the popup Open dialog box, select
the path for storing TCOMOUT.txt and pmt_dtm.xml.
3. Click Open and the commissioning check report will
be shown.

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6.5 Diagnosis Test


6.5.1 Measuring TOC Total Power
This section describes how to measure the TOC total power to implement the calibration
when the RRU is powered on.

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Steps
1. In the maintenance navigation tree of the EDMS main window, select Diagnosis Test
> TOC Total Power Measurement. The TOC Total Power Measurement window is
displayed.
2. Right-click an RF board, and then select Start > Channel 1 (or Channel 2). the
measurement result is displayed at the lower part of the window..
3. After the TOC total power is measured, right-click the RF board, and then select Stop
in the shortcut menu to stop the measurement. (optional)

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System Overview
The EFMS is one of the subsystems of the LMT, responsible for monitoring the working
status of each module of the system, and collecting status and alarm information of each
monitoring unit.

EFMS Main Window


Figure 7-1 shows the main window of the EFMS.

Figure 7-1 EFMS Main Window

Table of Contents
Starting the EFMS ......................................................................................................7-1
Viewing Current Alarms..............................................................................................7-2
Viewing Alarm Events.................................................................................................7-3
Viewing Historical Alarms ...........................................................................................7-4
Viewing the Solution to an Alarm ................................................................................7-5
Viewing Solutions to All Alarms ..................................................................................7-7
Synchronizing Alarms.................................................................................................7-8

7.1 Starting the EFMS


This section describes how to access the EFMS through an LMT.

Prerequisite
l The communication link between the LMT and base station is proper.
l The IP address information about the base station is obtained.

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Steps
1. Enter the EFMS login interface.

a. Double-click LMT.jar under the copy_version directory. The LMT dialog box
is displayed.
b. Select a language as required in the Language drop-down list.
c. Select EFMS in the Application drop-down list.
d. Click Start. The Login dialog box is displayed, see Figure 7-2.

Figure 7-2 EFMS Login Interface

2. Enter the login information, and then click OK.


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7.2 Viewing Current Alarms


This section describes how to display the un-recovered alarms in the system.

Steps
1. In the main window of the EFMS, select Alarm > Current Alarms. The Current
Alarms window is displayed, see Figure 7-3.

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Figure 7-3 Viewing Current Alarms

2. View current alarms in the alarm list.


3. Export alarm events. (optional)

a. Right-click the blank area of the Current Alarms window, and then select Export
current alarms. The Save dialog box is displayed.
b. Set a saving path and a file name.

Note:

The default file type is csv.

c. Click Save. The system saves the current alarm as a file to the preset path.

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7.3 Viewing Alarm Events


This section describes how to view alarm events in the system.
An alarm event refers to an unrepeated or instantaneous fault that occurs in the system.
It provides diagnosis information for operation personnel to monitor system operation.

Steps
1. In the main window of the EFMS, select Alarm > Alarm Events. The Alarm Events
window is displayed.

2. View current alarm events in the list.

3. Export alarm events. (optional)


a. Right-click the blank area of the Alarm Events window, and then select Export
event alarms. The Save dialog box is displayed.
b. Set a saving path and a file name.

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Note:
The default alarm file type is csv.

c. Click Save. The system saves the alarm events as a file to the preset path.
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7.4 Viewing Historical Alarms


This section describes how to view historical alarms in the system.

Steps
1. In the main window of the EFMS, select Alarm > Historical Alarms. The History
Alarms window is displayed, see Figure 7-4.

Figure 7-4 Viewing Historical Alarms

2. View historical alarms in the alarm list.

3. Perform the required operation described below

To… Do…

Refresh the historical Right-click any area of the History Alarms window, and then select
alarm list Refresh in the shortcut menu to obtain realtime historical alarm
information.

Filter the historical alarm i. Right-click any area of the History Alarms window, and then se-
lect Alarm Filter in the shortcut menu. The Alarm Filter dialog
box is displayed.

ii. Set historical alarm filtering conditions according to the alarm gen-
eration time, alarm level, and alarm generation unit.

iii. Click OK. After the setting, only the historical alarm information
filtered is displayed in the History Alarms window.

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To… Do…

Export the historical i. Right-click any area of the History Alarms window, and then se-
alarm lect Export records in the shortcut menu. The Save dialog box is
displayed.

ii. Set a saving path and a file name. Then, click OK to export the
historical alarms as a file to the preset path of the local computer.

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7.5 Viewing the Solution to an Alarm


This section describes how to view the solution to an alarm in the current alarm list or
historical alarm list.

Prerequisite
The current alarm or historical alarm window is opened.

Steps
1. Double-click a current alarm or a historical alarm. The Alarm Detail Information
window is displayed, see Figure 7-5.

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Figure 7-5 Alarm Detailed Information

2. Click the Solution tab, view the alarm solution, see Figure 7-6.

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Figure 7-6 Solution to an Alarm

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7.6 Viewing Solutions to All Alarms


This section describes how to view the solutions to all alarms.

Steps
1. In the main window of the EFMS, select Alarm > Alarm Solution. The Alarm solution
viewing window is displayed, see Figure 7-7.

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Figure 7-7 Alarm Solution Viewing

2. Click a piece of alarm information on the left of the Alarm solution viewing window.
Detailed information about this alarm and solution to this alarm are displayed on the
right of the window.
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7.7 Synchronizing Alarms


This section describes how to synchronize base station alarms to the EFMS.

Steps
1. In the main window of the EFMS, select Alarm > Synchronize. The system
automatically synchronizes base station alarms to the EFMS.
2. After the alarm synchronization is completed, Click OK in the message box.
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Chapter 8
Operations of EPMS
System Overview
The EPMS is a subsystem of the LMT. It monitors NE performance indicators in real time
and shows performance data in various reports. This helps the maintenance personnel
learn the NE operation status and remove NE faults, and provides effective support to
wireless network operation and maintenance.

EPMS Main Window


Figure 8-1 shows the main window of the EPMS.

Figure 8-1 Main Window of the EPMS

Table of Contents
Measurement Period and Condition ...........................................................................8-1
Starting the EPMS......................................................................................................8-2
Creating a Measurement Task....................................................................................8-3
Starting a Measurement Task .....................................................................................8-5

8.1 Measurement Period and Condition


Measurement Period
The period of a measurement task in the EPMS is 1s to 9s. The default value is 1 s.

Measurement Condition
The measurement task in the EPMS is subject to the availability of object related to this
measurement task.

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For example, the measurement task in a cell is subject to the availability of this serving
cell.

8.2 Starting the EPMS


This section describes how to access the EPMS through the LMT.

Prerequisite
l The communication link between the LMT and base station is proper.
l The IP address information about the base station is obtained.

Steps
1. Enter the EPMS login interface.
a. Double-click LMT.jar under the copy_version directory. The LMT dialog box
is displayed.
b. Select a language as required in the Language drop-down list.

c. Select EPMS in the Application drop-down list.


d. Click Start. The Login dialog box is displayed, see Figure 8-2.

Figure 8-2 EPMS Login Interface

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2. Enter the online configuration information, and then click OK.


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8.3 Creating a Measurement Task


This section describes how to create a measurement task.
This section takes the operation of creating an Ethernet measurement task Task 1502 as
an example.

Prerequisite
The LMT is connected to the base station and the EPMS subsystem is started.

Steps
1. In the main window of the EPMS, right-click KPI Measurement > Ethernet
Measurement, and then select Create measurement task in the shortcut menu.
The Select a measurement item dialog box is displayed, see Figure 8-3.

Figure 8-3 Select a Measurement Item

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2. Select the required measurement items, and then click Next. The Select a file to be
saved and other items dialog box is displayed.
3. Set File Option and Start Option, see Figure 8-4.

Figure 8-4 Setting Saving Path and Other Parameters

4. Click Finish. The maintenance navigation tree shows the new measurement task
node Task 1502, see Figure 8-5.

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Figure 8-5 Measurement Task is Successfully Created

5. Right-click Task 1502. You can modify, view, and export task information as required.
(optional)

To… Do…

Modify task i. Click Modify task information. The Select a measurement item
information dialog box is displayed. Select the index information to be modified.

ii. Click Next. The Select a file to be saved and other items dialog
box is displayed. Modify file option and start option.

iii. Click Finish.

View task information i. Click View task information. The Select a measurement item dia-
log box is displayed. Select the index information to be viewed.

ii. Click Next. The Select a file to be saved and other items dialog
box is displayed. View the file option and start option.

iii. Click Finish.

Export task i. Click Export task information. The Save dialog box is displayed.
information Set the storage path and file name.

ii. Click Save to save the task information to the specified directory.

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8.4 Starting a Measurement Task


This procedure explains how to start a measurement task.

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Prerequisite
l The LMT is connected to the base station and starts the EPMS subsystem.
l At least one cell is created.
l The measurement task is not created.

Steps
1. In the main window of the EPMS, right-click a measurement task and select Start
measurement. The Please select Cell dialog box is displayed, see Figure 8-6.

Figure 8-6 Please Select Cell

2. Select a cell and click OK. The print window shows the measurement result, see Figure
8-7.

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Figure 8-7 Measurement Data

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Appendix A
Acquiring an NE
Configuration File
You must acquire a configuration file from the upper-level network management before the
EOMS subsystem is connected. The configuration file applies to the following scenarios:
l When the EOMS uses the offline configuration, you must select a configuration data
file.
l When the EOMS uses the online configuration, if the BS is not configured with data. A
message box will be displayed, prompting the user to import a configuration data file.
l You must specify a configuration data file for the target version when you upgrade the
version.

Prerequisite
l Ensure that the version No. of the lower-level network management for the
configuration file to be exported. The version number must be the same as the
version number of the LMT.
l Ensure the NE radio mode for the configuration file to be exported.

Steps
1. Open the Configuration Management window.
a. In the EMS, right click an NE agent node in the topology tree, and select NE Agent
Management > Start in the popup shortcut to start the NE agent.
The icon of the NE agent node turns from grey to red if the NE agent is started
successfully. Skip this step if the NE agent has been started already.
b. In the EMS, right click an NE agent node in the topology tree, and select Manage
NE > Start NE Management to start the NE management function.

As a result of successful start of the NE agent, a green icon is shown in the


right bottom side of the NE agent node icon.
c. Right click the NE agent node in the topology tree. In the popup shortcut
menu, select NE Management > Configuration Management to open the
Configuration Management Window.

2. Create an NE (the GUL NE is taken as an example, as the methods for creating


different NEs are similar)
a. Right click the subnet node in the left configuration tree and select Create NE, and
the Managed Network Element window is shown in the right side.

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b. Configure NE parameters. See Figure A-1.

Figure A-1 Creating an NE

c. Click to save the configuration.


3. Export the data configuration file.
a. Click the Configuration Management menu, and then select Data
Synchronization from the shortcut menu. The Data Synchronization dialog
box is displayed.
b. Select the NE that the configuration files should be exported in the left pane.
c. In the Synchronization Mode area, select Only generate file and unselect check
parameter before synchronization.
d. Click Execute. A message box is displayed. Enter the security code, and then
click OK.

Note:
After the data is synchronized, the system automatically generates the
configuration files. The file is saved in the server of the lower-level network
management by default. The detailed path is ums-svr\cmdata\sync\subnet
++\nodeb\nodeb***\zdb\modbdown.xml.
l ++: indicates the subnet number.
l ***: indicates the NE ID.

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Figure 2-1 LMT Language Setting............................................................................. 2-2
Figure 2-2 LMT Start Login Page .............................................................................. 2-2
Figure 2-3 Copy_version Directory............................................................................ 2-3
Figure 2-4 Starting the LMT Locally....................................................................... 2-3
Figure 3-1 EOMS Login Interface.............................................................................. 3-2
Figure 3-2 Version Management Window.................................................................. 3-2
Figure 3-3 Local Page After Version Packages Are Loaded to the Library................. 3-3
Figure 3-4 Base Station Page After Version Packages Are Downloaded ................... 3-3
Figure 3-5 Activate Dialog Box.................................................................................. 3-4
Figure 3-6 EOMS Offline Interface ............................................................................ 3-5
Figure 3-7 Base Station Image Dialog Box................................................................ 3-5
Figure 3-8 Adding a Version Package ....................................................................... 3-6
Figure 3-9 Confirming Site IP Address ...................................................................... 3-7
Figure 3-10 EOMS Login Interface............................................................................ 3-8
Figure 4-1 EOMS Login Interface.............................................................................. 4-2
Figure 4-2 Data View Window................................................................................... 4-2
Figure 4-3 Detailed Information About the Physical Layer Port.................................. 4-3
Figure 4-4 Adding a Physical Layer Port ................................................................... 4-3
Figure 4-5 Modifying a Physical Layer Port ............................................................... 4-4
Figure 4-6 Submitting the Configuration Data in Incremental Mode........................... 4-6
Figure 4-7 Submitting the Configuration Data in Total Mode...................................... 4-6
Figure 4-8 Configuration Data is Successfully Submitted .......................................... 4-6
Figure 5-1 Main Window of the EOMS ...................................................................... 5-1
Figure 5-2 Login Dialog Box of the EOMS................................................................. 5-3
Figure 5-3 Open Dialog Box..................................................................................... 5-4
Figure 5-4 EOMS Offline Configuration Window........................................................ 5-4
Figure 5-5 Station Dialog Box ................................................................................... 5-6
Figure 5-6 Add Base Station Info Dialog Box ............................................................ 5-6
Figure 5-7 Station Dialog Box ................................................................................... 5-7
Figure 5-8 Login Dialog Box ..................................................................................... 5-7
Figure 5-9 Open Dialog Box...................................................................................... 5-8
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Figure 5-11 Transmission Resource View ............................................................... 5-12


Figure 5-12 Wireless Resource View ...................................................................... 5-12
Figure 5-13 Data View ............................................................................................ 5-13
Figure 5-14 Status View.......................................................................................... 5-16
Figure 5-15 Collecting Fault Information.................................................................. 5-17
Figure 6-1 Main Window of the EDMS ...................................................................... 6-1
Figure 6-2 EDMS Login Interface.............................................................................. 6-5
Figure 6-3 NBAP Signaling Observation ................................................................... 6-6
Figure 6-4 SSCOP Signaling Observation................................................................. 6-7
Figure 6-5 ALCAP Signaling Observation ................................................................. 6-8
Figure 6-6 SCTP Signaling Observation.................................................................... 6-9
Figure 6-7 PPP Signaling Observation.................................................................... 6-11
Figure 6-8 Unidirectional Packet Loss Detection Result .......................................... 6-12
Figure 6-9 Set Parameter Dialog Box...................................................................... 6-13
Figure 6-10 Bidirectional Packet Loss Detection Result .......................................... 6-14
Figure 6-11 Set Parameter Dialog Box .................................................................... 6-14
Figure 6-12 Unidirectional Delay Detection Result .................................................. 6-15
Figure 6-13 Set Parameter Dialog Box.................................................................... 6-15
Figure 6-14 Bidirectional Delay Detection Result .................................................... 6-16
Figure 6-15 Set Parameter Dialog Box.................................................................... 6-17
Figure 6-16 Link Tracing Detection Result............................................................... 6-18
Figure 6-17 Set Parameter Dialog Box.................................................................... 6-18
Figure 6-18 Link Loopback Detection Result ........................................................... 6-19
Figure 6-19 Set Parameter Dialog Box.................................................................... 6-20
Figure 6-20 CPU and RAM Usage .......................................................................... 6-21
Figure 6-21 Query Result........................................................................................ 6-22
Figure 6-22 Receiver Spectrum Analyze ................................................................. 6-23
Figure 6-23 Carrier Spectrum Analyze .................................................................... 6-24
Figure 6-24 Starting Test......................................................................................... 6-26
Figure 6-25 GSM Dynamic Information Setting ....................................................... 6-27
Figure 6-26 GSM Dynamic Information Setting ....................................................... 6-28
Figure 6-27 Board Diagnosis Test ........................................................................... 6-29
Figure 6-28 Selecting the Optical Port or Electrical Port of the Board ...................... 6-29
Figure 6-29 Test Result........................................................................................... 6-30
Figure 6-30 Enter the EEPROM diagnosis parameters ........................................... 6-31

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Figure 6-31 Test Result........................................................................................... 6-31


Figure 6-32 Configuring Commissioning Check Parameters ................................... 6-33
Figure 6-33 Test Result of Commissioning Check ................................................... 6-34
Figure 6-34 Filtering Check Elements ..................................................................... 6-34
Figure 6-35 Ping Test.............................................................................................. 6-35
Figure 6-36 Displaying Commissioning Check Report............................................. 6-36
Figure 6-37 PMT Commissioning Check ................................................................. 6-37
Figure 7-1 EFMS Main Window ................................................................................ 7-1
Figure 7-2 EFMS Login Interface .............................................................................. 7-2
Figure 7-3 Viewing Current Alarms ........................................................................... 7-3
Figure 7-4 Viewing Historical Alarms......................................................................... 7-4
Figure 7-5 Alarm Detailed Information....................................................................... 7-6
Figure 7-6 Solution to an Alarm................................................................................. 7-7
Figure 7-7 Alarm Solution Viewing ............................................................................ 7-8
Figure 8-1 Main Window of the EPMS ...................................................................... 8-1
Figure 8-2 EPMS Login Interface .............................................................................. 8-2
Figure 8-3 Select a Measurement Item ..................................................................... 8-3
Figure 8-4 Setting Saving Path and Other Parameters.............................................. 8-4
Figure 8-5 Measurement Task is Successfully Created ............................................ 8-5
Figure 8-6 Please Select Cell.................................................................................... 8-6
Figure 8-7 Measurement Data .................................................................................. 8-7
Figure A-1 Creating an NE........................................................................................A-2

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Tables
Table 3-1 Difference Between Software Upgrade Through Image Burning and
Software Upgrade in the Version Management Window ........................... 3-7
Table 4-1 Descriptions About Parameters and Icons ................................................. 4-4
Table 5-1 Descriptions of the EOMS Views ............................................................. 5-10
Table 5-2 Descriptions About Parameters and Icons ............................................... 5-14
Table 6-1 Functional Restrictions of the EDMS ....................................................... 6-2
Table 6-2 Parameter Description............................................................................. 6-13
Table 6-3 Parameter Description............................................................................. 6-14
Table 6-4 Parameter Description............................................................................. 6-16
Table 6-5 Parameter Description............................................................................. 6-17
Table 6-6 Parameter Description............................................................................. 6-18
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Glossary
ALCAP
- Access Link Control Application Protocol
EDMS
- Embedded Diagnostic Management Subsystem
EEPROM
- Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
EFMS
- Embedded Fault Management Subsystem
EMS
- Element Management System
EOMS
- Embedded Operation Management Subsystem
EPMS
- Embedded Performance Management Subsystem
LMT
- Local Maintenance Terminal

NBAP
- Node B Application Part

PPP
- Point-to-Point Protocol
SCTP
- Stream Control Transmission Protocol
SSCOP
- Service Specific Connection Oriented Protocol
TFCS
- Transmit Format Combination Set
TFS
- Transport Format Set

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