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Copyright
py g © 2012 byy “Sarzamin khan as jjamajhon j ((my
y nick name on
Alcatelunleashed.com)”. All rights reserved. This document may not be
reproduced in whole or in part without the express written permission from
“Sarzamin khan as jamajhon and my team. The informations given in this
document is not authorized to transmit or receive via any medium.
medium

Usage instruction:
The informations given below will only be used in presence of any qualified
Engineer or Technician and only will be used for training purpose. Do not try on live
Call Server CPU it may harm single CPU or whole network and may cause serious
damage to Call Server CPU hard disk . Please read carefully the instructions given
below do not by pass any step.
below, step Please make backup of your important data,
data The
author will not be responsible for any loss and corruption of data.

Please note that before starting installation of Release on Appliance Server you should
h
have f ll i
following software.
ft
(1) Named Pipe TCP Proxy
(2) Telnet application like Secure CRT, Putty or windows Ms-Dos Command Prompt
(3) VMware workstation 8.0
(4) OmniPCX Enterprise PC Installer tool
(5) FTP software like Total commander, File Zila or Smart FTP
R9.0 Installation procedure on Appliance Server
Note:
Before
e o e sta
starting
t g installation
sta at o you mustust have
a eO OPS So
on you
your PCC hard
a dd drive.
e
•Copy “dhs3mgr” release folder to hard drive ‘C’. It must have three sub folders i-e (i)
h1301 (ii) h130126 and (iii) h130126a
•Double click “OmniPCX Enterprise PC Installer” icon to open it. After this apply
following settings in “OmniPCX Enterprise PC Installer” tool
tool.
•Installation type=> Linux + Call handling
•Call server type => Appliance Server (See figures below)
•Call handling g version => h1301
•Country => pk (yours country)
•Installation type => Standard
•Network type => Direct cable
•Network interface => 172.26.66.27
172 26 66 27 (This IP address will be automatically detected by
“OmniPCX Enterprise PC Installer” tool from your PC LAN card.) After all above
settings click on Apply button to validate settings.
Select
“Appliance
Server”

Select
“h1301”
Select
“Country”
Select
“Standard”
Select
“Direct cable”

Select
“Your LAN card”

Select
“This
This IP address
will be
automatically
assigned to
Appliance server

Figure No-1 Selection of parameters from Omni PCX


enterprises PC installer tool.
Configuration of Named Pipe TCP Proxy

Double click “Named Pipe TCP Proxy” to open it, Configure different parameters as given below.

¾ Click
Cli k on Edit and d again
i click
li k on N
New.
¾ Declare pipe name as “\\. \pipe\com_1” in text box.
¾ Declare port as “567” in port text box.
¾ Describe any name for Named Pipe TCP Proxy e-g Connect terminal to telnet via VMware comm port.
¾ Click “Add” button to apply settings.
¾ Note many pipe name can be assigned but pipe name and port must be different from each other e-g “\\
\\. \pipe\com_2
\pipe\com 2”
Port “568”, “\\. \pipe\com_3” its port “569”…….so on.

Warning: Do not exit this application.

See figure
g below

Figure No-2 Configuration of “Named Pipe TCP Proxy”


Configuration of Secure CRT

In my case I used “Secure CRT” terminal emulation software, this is a top most, state of the art
terminal
i l emulation
l i software.
f If iit iis not available
il bl other
h terminal
i l emulation
l i software
f may bbe used d
like “putty” windows “Hyper terminal” but the configuration must be same.

Figure No-3 Configuration of Secure CRT terminal emulation software


Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

I will recommend “VMware workstation 8.0”. This is latest Virtual machine emulation software,
It is user friendly. I will not recommend “Virtual box” or any third party Virtual machine
emulation softwares, because other did not boot up from “pxe” environment due to their
internal errors and bugs. Other thing I will say that I used “Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8, RAM 1GB,
120GB host PC Hard disk, Active LAN connection and minimum partition for OXE R9.0 8GB
(Maximum 40GB) to install Complete Linux + Call handling software. See below to configure
VMware workstation 8.0

Figure No-4 Configuration of


VMware workstation 8.0

Click on “create a New


Vi t l Machine”
Virtual M hi ”

Continue………….
C fi
Configuration
ti off VMware
VM workstation
k t ti 8.0
80

Click on “Custom (advanced)”

Figure No-5 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Click on “ Next”

Figure No-6 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Click on “ Next”

Figure No-7 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Click on “ other,
other
other and Next ”

g
Figure No-8 Configuration
g of VMware workstation 8.0
Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Write name for


Virtual machine and
click next

Figure No-9 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0


Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Select number of
processors and
click Next

Continue…………. Figure No-10 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0


Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Select amount of
RAM

Continue…………. Figure No-11 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0


Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Select “use bridged


networking” and
click Next”
Next

Figure No-12 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0


Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Select “BusLogic” and


click Next”

Figure No-13 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0


Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Click Next

Continue…………. Figure No-14 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0


Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Click Next

Figure No-15 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0


Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Select Size of Virtual


Disk and Click Next
(20G or 40G)

Figure No-16 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0


Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Click Next

Figure No-17 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0


Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Click Finish

Figure No-18 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0


Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Click on Edit virtual


machine settings

Figure No-19 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0


Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

In Hardware type select


“Serial Port” and click
Next

Figure No-20 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0


Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Select “Output
Output to named pipe
pipe”
and click Next

Figure No-21 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0


Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

In this Window set parameters as given below


¾ \\. \pipe\com
pp _1
¾ This end is the server
¾ The other end is an application
¾ click Finish
Figure No-22 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0
Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

In this Window set p


parameters as g
given below
¾ Click on “Yield CPU on Poll”
¾ click OK
Figure No-23 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0
Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

Click on “Power 
ON this virtual 
machine”

Figure No-24 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0


Continue………….
Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0

The VMware will boot up from “pxe” via OmniPCX PC installer tool , and
will show follow messages on screen.
screen
¾ GRUB Loading stage2. Output on the SERIAL line..
¾ Uncompressing Linux.. Ok, booting the kernel.
Note: after above messages, VMware will not show any text on its screen
in case of “Appliance
Appliance server
server” installation and will show installation steps
on “Secure CRT” terminal emulation software. In case of “Blade server”
it will show all installation steps on its screen, but we will unable to
connect any terminal emulation software. Wait for installation until
message displayed “SUCCESSFUL
SUCCESSFUL STANDARD INSTALLATIONINSTALLATION” for
more detail refer to following text in proceeding steps.

Figure No-25 Configuration of VMware workstation 8.0


Continue………….
PXE Loader version 2.0.0.
Build on 14/04/2008 16:17:11 by
y dhs3linx@cb150s039.
@

DHS3 informations:
==================
address 172.26.66.28
mac 00:0C:29:A7:40:2E
name pxe_linux
netmask 255.255.255.224
gateway
g y 0.0.0.0
server 172.26.66.27
------------
install type 'y'
root directory y "/bootp/linux/62.0/"
p
inst directory "/bootp/linux/62.0/install"
archive path "linux.ram"
tel version "/dhs3mgr/h1301.pk"
Loading g file '/bootp/linux/62.0/linux.ram':
p
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................etc
Installing e-Mediate
e Mediate module (copyright (C) 2000)

********************************************************

Alcatel-Lucent e-Mediate Platform


Copyright (c) Alcatel-Lucent
Alcatel Lucent 2000-2007
2000 2007

********************************************************
*** Setting timezone to Asia/Karachi
*** Creation of user mtcl
*** Creation of user adfexc
*** Creation of user client
*** Creation of the missing main directories
*** Creation of the missing swinst directories
A daily backup will be executed on cpu disk
at 5 hour 45 min
WARNING : no delivery has been installed
The path of the delivery is /dhs3mgr/h1301
The previous version will be erased before the new installation
to avoid for some old files to remain on your CPU.
.............................
end of remove procedure
Transfer for pkg part in preparation
facil/swinst-2.50.0-3oxe.i386.rpm
End of remote copy for pkg part files
LINUX 62.0 is already installed
*** Creation of the missing main directories
*** Creation of the missing swinst directories

Transfer for comm part in preparation


Remote cop
copy for comm part files is in progress ...
DHS3bin/downbin/bindspemtl
DHS3bin/downbin/bindspnddi2
DHS3bin/downbin/bindspdpt1
DHS3bin/downbin/bindspboot
p
DHS3bin/downbin/bindspgpa
DHS3bin/downbin/bnvdsp1cpu6
DHS3bin/downbin/bnvdsp0cpu6
DHS3bin/downbin/bindspgpaconf……………etc
SUCCESSFUL STANDARD INSTALLATION

SUCCESSFUL STANDARD INSTALLATION

STANDARD_SUCCESS: No such file or directory.


(c) Alcatel-Lucent e-Mediate / Linux (C) 1999 Red Hat
Selection of security level
After completion of first step “STANDARD INSTALLAION”
Appliance Server will restart. Fallow following steps to complete the
installation.

Do you want to activate server security high level (Y/N) ? n

Select
S l the
h security
i level
l l:
R) configuration to be restored
0) Level_0 = no security features activated
1) Level_1 = passwords/aging
2)) Level
e e _2 = pass
passwords/aging
o ds/ag g + ttrusted
usted hosts/TCP
osts/ C wrapper
appe
3) Level_3 = passwords/aging + trusted hosts/TCP wrapper + SSH

Please select a level (R/0/1/2/3, default is 3) ? 0

Security configuration :
[-] Default passwords and no aging password configured.
[-] No isolation from ethernet / no trusted host / no TCP wrapper.
[-] The SSH security is currently NOT set.

Do you confirm those changes (Y/N, default Y) ? y


IP Network
et o Administration
d st at o sett
settings
gs
Login to Appliance Server CPU =>

Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise


localhost.localdomain login: mtcl (Default user name for mtcl account)
Password : mtcl (default password for mtcl user account)

Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise

(E)localhost localdomain>netadmin -m
(E)localhost.localdomain>netadmin m
NETADMIN menu
Alcatel-Lucent e-Mediate IP Network Administration
==================================================

1. 'Installation'
2. 'Show current configuration'
3. 'Local Ethernet interface'
4. 'CPU redundancy'
5. 'Role addressing'
6. 'Serial
S links (PPP)'
( )
7. 'Tunnel'
8. 'Routing'
9. 'Host names and addresses'
10 'Copy
10. 'C setup''
11. 'Security'
12. 'DHCP configuration'
13. 'SNMP configuration'
14 'VL
14. 'VLan configuration'
fi ti '
15. 'Node configuration'
16. 'Ethernet redundancy'
17. 'History of last actions'
18 'Apply
18. 'A l modifications'
difi ti '
0. 'Quit‘
What is your choice ? 1 Continue……..
Do you want to erase the existing setup (y/n default is 'n') ? y

Do you intend to use IP/X25 on your system (y/n default is 'n') ? y

X25 private network number (0 to 255, '0' by default) ? 44

Unique site number (between 0 to 99, one different number


per Alcatel e-Mediate of the network) ? 61

Warning: the node name must be unique.


Enter node name (default is node000000) ? node044061

Do you want to activate internal name resolver (y/n default is 'n')


n) ? n

Enter local CPU position (a or b) for duplicated configuration


or n for single CPU (default is 'n') ? n

Continue……..
Ethernet interface setup
========================

CPU name (default is xa000000) ? xaVMware

CPU address (default is 10.21.51.1) ? 192.168.44.1

Network mask (default is 255.255.255.192) ? 255.255.255.0

Default router setup


====================

Do you use an external gateway as default router (y/n default is n) ? n

Please wait,, working


g ...

The setup has been correctly achieved.

Continue……..
Alcatel-Lucent e-Mediate IP Network Administration
==================================================

1. 'Installation'
2. 'Show current configuration'
3. 'Local Ethernet interface'
4 'CPU redundancy'
4. d d '
5. 'Role addressing'
6. 'Serial links (PPP)'
7. 'Tunnel'
8. 'Routing'
9. 'Host names and addresses'
10. 'Copy setup'
11 'Security'
11. Security
12. 'DHCP configuration'
13. 'SNMP configuration'
14. 'VLan configuration'
15. 'Node configuration'
16. 'Ethernet redundancy'
17. 'History of last actions'
18 'Apply
18. Apply modifications'
modifications
0. 'Quit’
What is your choice ? 0
Shutdown Appliance Server CPU

(E)localhost.localdomain> shutdown -r now

Broadcast message from root (ttyS0) Mon Aug 13 05:44:48 2012


2012...

The system is going down for reboot NOW !!


INIT: S
Switching
g to runlevel: 6
INIT: Sending processes the TERM signal
Configuration of Appliance Server router
in netadmin menu and NIC (LAN Card)
Login to Appliance Server CPU =>

Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise


xaVMware login: mtcl (Default user name for mtcl account)
Password : mtcl (default password for mtcl user account)

Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise

(E)xaVMware>netadmin –m
m

Options => 8,2,2,1

Continue……..
Alcatel-Lucent e-Mediate IP Network Administration
==================================================

1. 'Installation'
2. 'Show current configuration'
3. 'Local Ethernet interface'
4. 'CPU redundancy'
5. 'Role addressing'
6. 'Serial
S links (PPP)'
( )
7. 'Tunnel'
8. 'Routing'
9. 'Host names and addresses'
10 'Copy
10. 'C setup''
11. 'Security'
12. 'DHCP configuration'
13. 'SNMP configuration'
14 'VL
14. 'VLan configuration'
fi ti '
15. 'Node configuration'
16. 'Ethernet redundancy'
17. 'History of last actions'
18 'Apply
18. 'A l modifications'
difi ti '
0. 'Quit‘
What is your choice ? 8 Continue……..
8.Routing setup
===============
1. 'Default
Default router setup'
setup

2. 'Static routes'

3 'D
3. 'Dynamic
i routing
ti (RIP/RSL)'

0. 'Previous menu'

What is your choice ? 2

8.2.Static routes
=================
1. 'View'

2. 'Add/Update'

3. 'Delete'

0 'Previous
0. Previous menu'
menu

What is your choice ? 2


Continue……..
Static route setup
==================
Destination type ('h' for hosts, 'n' for network) ? h

Destination IP address (or name) ? 172.26.66.27


(IP address of PC LAN)
Gateway's
y IP address (or
( name)) ? 192.168.44.1
(IP address of Appliance Server)
8.2.Static routes
=================
1 'View'
1. View

2. 'Add/Update'

3. 'Delete'

0. 'Previous menu'

What is your choice ? 1

Dest. address | Dest. name | Netmask | Gateway addr | Gateway name


======================================================================
172.26.66.27| | | 192.168.44.1| xaVMware
Continue……..
<return> to continue.

8.2.Static routes
=================
1. 'View'

2. 'Add/Update'
p

3. 'Delete'

0. 'Previous menu'

What is your choice ? 0

8.Routingg setupp
===============
1. 'Default router setup'

2. 'Static routes'

3. 'Dynamic routing (RIP/RSL)'

0. 'Previous menu'

What is your choice ? 0


Alcatel-Lucent e-Mediate IP Network Administration
==================================================
1. 'Installation'
Installation
2. 'Show current configuration'
3. 'Local Ethernet interface'
4. 'CPU redundancy'
5 'Role
5. 'R l addressing'
dd i '
6. 'Serial links (PPP)'
7. 'Tunnel'
8. 'Routing'g
9. 'Host names and addresses'
10. 'Copy setup'
11. 'Security'
12 'DHCP
12. DHCP configuration'
configuration
13. 'SNMP configuration'
14. 'VLan configuration'
15. 'Node configuration'
16. 'Ethernet redundancy'
17. 'History of last actions'
18. 'Apply modifications'
0 'Quit’
0. Quit
What is your choice ? 18
Please wait, working ...
Alcatel-Lucent e-Mediate IP Network Administration
==================================================
1 'Installation'
1. Installation
2. 'Show current configuration'
3. 'Local Ethernet interface'
4. 'CPU redundancy'
5. 'Role addressing'
6. 'Serial links (PPP)'
7. 'Tunnel'
8 'Routing'
8. Routing
9. 'Host names and addresses'
10. 'Copy setup'
11. 'Security'
12 'DHCP configuration'
12. fi ti '
13. 'SNMP configuration'
14. 'VLan configuration'
15. 'Node configuration'
g
16. 'Ethernet redundancy'
17. 'History of last actions'
18. 'Apply modifications'
0 'Quit’
0. 'Quit
What is your choice ? 0
LAN Card settings

Click on “Properties”
Figure No-26 Configuration of LAN Card Continue……..
LAN Card settings

Select “Internet Protocol [TCP/IP]”


And click on “Properties”

Figure No-27 Configuration of LAN Card Continue……..


LAN Card settings

Click on “Advanced”

Figure No-28 Configuration of LAN Card Continue……..


LAN Card settings

Click on “Add”

Figure No-29 Configuration of LAN Card Continue……..


LAN Card settings

Enter IP address
Of Appliance
A li S
Server

Figure No-30 Configuration of LAN Card

Continue……..
LAN Card settings

Click on “OK”

Figure No-31 Configuration of LAN Card


SWINST TOOL

Use swinst tool for installation of


deliveries from three folders e-g
(i) h1301
(ii) h130126
(iii) h130126a

( )
(E)xaVMware> swinst
Password: SoftInst
p
•Options 2,2
, &1

Continue……..
SWINST TOOL

Last installed delivery


DELIVERY h1.301.0
h1 301 0

ALCATEL-LUCENT
FACILITIES Main menu Installation FACILITIES
2 50 0
2.50.0

1 Easy menu
2 Expert menu
Q Exit

Your choice [1..2, Q] ? 2

Continue……..
SWINST TOOL
ALCATEL-LUCENT
FACILITIES Expert menu Installation FACILITIES 2.50.0

1 P
Packages
k iinstallation
t ll ti
2 Deliveries installation
3 Cloning & duplicate operations
4 Backup & restore operations
5 OPS configuration
6 System management
7 Database tools
8 Software identity display
9 Remote download
Q Go back to previous menu

Your choice [1..9, Q] ? 2

Continue……..
SWINST TOOL

ALCATEL-LUCENT
D li
Delivery menu IInstallation
t ll ti
FACILITIES 2.50.0

1 Install delivery from server


2 About last install deliveries operations
Q Go back to previous menu

Your choice [1..2, Q] ? 1

Continue……..
SWINST TOOL
Enter the name of the server -> 172.26.66.27

The installation of the binaries will modify the current installed version
Please, confirm the installation of a new version (y/n, default y): y
E t the
Enter th full
f ll path
th off th
the d
delivery
li on th
the server
example for Unix server:
/twdhs3/dhs3ref/dhs3ref_d2/E2.504/LIVRAISON
for Windows server: /dhs3mgr/E2504
=> /dhs3mgr/h1301

Confirm the full path /dhs3mgr/h1301 (y/n,


(y/n default y): y

The path of the delivery is /dhs3mgr/h1301

The previous version will be erased before the new installation


to avoid for some old files to remain on your CPU.
..............................
end of remove procedure
Continue……..
SWINST TOOL
Transfer for pkg part in preparation
facil/swinst-2.50.0-3oxe.i386.rpm
End of remote copy for pkg part files

LINUX 62.0 is already installed


*** Creation of the missing main directories
*** Creation of the missing
g swinst directories
Transfer for comm part in preparation
Remote copy for comm part files is in progress ...
DHS3bin/downbin/bindspemtl
DHS3bin/downbin/bindspnddi2
DHS3bin/downbin/bindspdpt1
DHS3bin/downbin/bindspboot
DHS3bi /d
DHS3bin/downbin/bindspgpa
bi /bi d
DHS3bin/downbin/bnvdsp1cpu6
DHS3bin/downbin/bnvdsp0cpu6
DHS3bin/downbin/bindspgpaconf
DHS3bin/downbin/bindspacem…………...etc
Continue……..
SWINST TOOL
Repeat delivery menu and select option ‘1’ to install “Static
telephone patch” and provide following path.
=> /dhs3mgr/h130126

Repeat delivery menu and select option ‘1’ to install “Dynamic


telephone patch” and provide following path.

=> /dhs3mgr/h130126a

Note: In order to use all installed deliveries proceed to reboot


the Appliance Server CPU.
CPU
(E)xa021051> shutdown -r now

Broadcast message from root (ttyS0) Mon Aug 13 05:53:02 2012…


Th system
The t i going
is i down
d f reboot
for b t NOW !!
INIT: Switching to runlevel: 6
INIT: Sending processes the TERM signal

Continue……..
SWINST TOOL
Use “swinst” tool to create blank database as given below.
Options 2,7 &2
ALCATEL-LUCENT
FACILITIES Main menu Installation FACILITIES 2.50.0
1 Easy menu
2 Expert menu
Q Exit
Your choice [1..2, Q] ? 2
ALCATEL-LUCENT
FACILITIES Expert menu Installation FACILITIES 2.50.0
1 Packages installation
2 Deliveries installation
3 Cloning & duplicate operations
4 Backup & restore operations
5 OPS configuration
6 System management
7 Database tools
8 Software identity display
9 Remote download
Q Go back to previous menu
Your choice [1..9, Q] ? 7
Continue……..
SWINST TOOL

ALCATEL-LUCENT
Database tools menu Installation FACILITIES 2.50.0
1 Database translation
2 Create an empty database
3 Remove database
4 Acd stat files translation
Q Go back to previous menu
Your choice [1..4, Q] 2
Warning the current database will be erased
Warning,
Please confirm the creation of a new database (y/n, default y): y
running RUN_MKBDD
Removing the old database...
Deleting sample data files...
files
Creating empty dictionary files
newfils finished...
Old database removed.
-- Creation of the tables --

Continue……..
SWINST TOOL

AVAILABLE COUNTRIES
=============
ARGENTINA (AR) AUSTRALIA (AS)
AUSTRIA (AU) BAHRAIN (BH)
BANGLADESH (BD) BRAZIL (BR)
BELGIUM (BE) BULGARIA (BG)
CAMBODIA ((KH)) CHILE ((CL))
CHINA (CN) COLOMBIA (CO)
COSTA RICA (CR) COTE D'IVOIRE (CI)
CROATIA (HR) CYPRUS (CY)
CZECH REPUBLIC (CZ) DENMARK (DE)
ECUADOR (EC) EGYPT (EG)
EL SALVADOR (SE) ESTONIA (EE)
ETHIOPIA (ET) EXPORT 1 (X1)
EXPORT 2 (X2) EXPORT 3 (X3)

Continue……..
EXPORT 4
SWINST TOOL
(X4) EXPORT 5 (X5)
FINLAND (FI) FRANCE (FR)
FRENCH POLYNESIA (PF) GERMANY (GE)
GREECE (GR) HONG KONG (HK)
HUNGARY (HU) INDIA (IN)
INDONESIA (ID) IRAN (IR)
IRELAND (IE) ISRAEL (IL)
ITALY (IT) JAPAN (JP)
KENYA (KE) KOREA (KR)
KUWAIT (KW) LAO (LA)
LATIN AMERICA (LN) LATVIA (LV)
LEBANON (LB) LITHUANIA (LT)
LUXEMBOURG (LX) MALAYSIA (MY)
MALDIVESS ((MV)) MALTA ((MT))
MEXICO (MX) MOROCCO (MA)
MYANMAR (MM) NEPAL (NP)
NETHERLANDS (NL) NEW ZEALAND (NZ)
NIGERIA (NG) NORWAY (NO)
OMAN (OM) PAKISTAN (PK)
PERU (PE) PHILIPPINES (PH)
POLAND (PL) PORTUGAL (PT)
ROMANIA (RO) RUSSIA CIS (SU)
SAUDI ARABIA (SA) SENEGAL (SN)
SINGAPORE (SG) SLOVAKIA (SL)
SLOVENIA (SI) SOUTH AFRICA (ZA)
SPAIN (SP) SRI LANKA (LK)
SWEDEN (SV) SWISS (CH)
SYRIAN REPUBLIC (SY) TAIWAN (TW)
THAILAND (TH) TUNISIA (TN)
TURKEY ((TR)) U.A.E ((AE))
UK (UK) URUGUAY (UY)
UNITED STATES (US) VENEZUELA (VE)
VIET NAM (VN) YUGOSLAVIA (YU)
ZIMBABWE (ZB)
Continue……..
SWINST TOOL
Enter
E t the
th country
t name symbol
b l (0 to
t Quit).
Q it)
Your choice: pk

The countryy chosen to initialize the empty


p y database will be PAKISTAN ((66).
)
Create entire database (y/n) ? y
Table TYPNBAB created
Table NBABIP created
Table TBZONOAB created
Table TABCATCON created
Table CATACC created
Table CATPUB created
Table CATBUS created
Table CATPRIV created
Table CATNET2 created
T bl CATTRKG created
Table t d
Table TABFMODEM created
Table TABJMODEM created
Table POSTE created …………………. ((etc))

Continue……..
SWINST TOOL
-- Creation
C ti off the th tones
t --
>> deleting old tones tables
>> creating new tones tables
Startingg initialization of tones for PAKISTAN
->commit success
Table initialization OK
Note: Change the values of each option 20, 22, 28 in configuration
menu.
menu
After creation of a new database it should be better to reboot the CPU
Please proceed to CPU reboot before starting the telephone application
Press return
(At this point press q, q ,q to exit from “swinst” menu)
bye bye
(E)xaVMware> shutdown –r now
Broadcast message from root (ttyS0) Sat Mar 10 06:02:26 2012...
2012
The system is going down for reboot NOW !!
INIT: Switching to runlevel: 6
(E)xaVMware>
INIT: Sending processes the TERM signal

Continue……..
SWINST TOOL
UPLOADING OF “OPS”
After restart login to Call Server
xaVMware> login:g mtcl ((Default user name for mtcl account))
Password : mtcl (Default password for mtcl user account)
Via FTP client software (total commander) transfer the ops File to
/usr4/BACKUP/OPS (only OPS files)

Use “swinst” tool to restore OPS from CPU disk.


•swinst
•SoftInst
SoftInst
options 1 & 6 (Restore ops).

Continue……..
SWINST TOOL
UPLOADING OF “OPS”

You are going to restore these OPS files


CZ04W08A hw 7340 Mar 17 06:10
CZ04W08A sw4760 592 Mar 17 06:10
CZ04W08A swk 10559 Mar 17 06:10
CZ04W08A zip 29067 Mar 17 06:10
hardware mao 7340 Mar 17 06:10
hardware old 7340 Mar 17 06:10
Confirm your action (y/n, default y): y
Duplicating CZ04W08A.swk into software.new
Running RUNMAO , please wait ...

Continue……..
SWINST TOOL
UPLOADING OF “OPS”

Do you agree the new software keys (y/n): y


Enter OPS working mode : 1=running 2=simulate (default is 1) 1
OPS 2.0.2: operation successful
Tables updated.
p OK WITHOUT REBOOT !
Running KILLMAO ...
Do you wish to start the telephonic application (y/n, default y): n
Press return (Press Enter button)

Continue……..
Use “swinst” tool to set “Autostart” option
swinst
SoftInst
options 2, 6, 2 & 1

Restart call server CPU to finalize installation and


use the Call server for normal operation.
(E)xaVMware> shutdown -r now
Broadcast message from root (ttyS0) Wed Sep 29
15 52 13 2010...
15:52:13 2010
The system is going down for reboot NOW !!
INIT: Switching to runlevel: 6
INIT: Sending processes the TERM signal
Appliance Server is available Its telephonic application running
For normal operation.
-> Wrong CPU-Id
*****************************************
* 30 remaining day(s) to fix this issue *
*****************************************
(1)xaVMware>

Note: Appliance Server CPU will show above


Message “Wrong CPU-id” because CPU ID of OPS
and CPU ID of VMware are not same. After 30 Days you
should reinstall Release on Appliance Server CPU.