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9130 BSC Evolution Maintenance Handbook

BSC & TC Document Procedural Handbook Release B10

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Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 1 Hardware Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.1 Front and Rear Views of the 9130 BSC Evolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 9130 BSC Evolution Interconnections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3 Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Safety Rules and Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1 Safety Rules for Equipment Under Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2 Electrostatic Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2.1 Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2.2 Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2.3 Transportation and Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2.4 Components and PBAs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maintain the ATCA Subrack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.1 Before You Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.2 ATCA Subrack Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.3 Fan Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.3.1 Prerequisites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.3.2 Replace Fan Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.4 Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.4.1 Air Filter Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.4.2 Air Filter Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5 Front RITs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5.1 Tips for Inserting ATCA Front RITs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5.2 Replace JBXTP/JBXTP3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5.3 Replace JBXTP by JBXTP3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5.4 Replace JBXOMCP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5.5 Replace JBXCCP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5.6 Replace JBXSSW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5.7 Remove / Insert JBXFILL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.6 Rear RITs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.6.1 Replace JAXPC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.6.2 Replace JAXSSW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.6.3 Replace JAXSMM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.6.4 Replace JBXPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.6.5 Replace JAXFILL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.7 Replace Battery on JBXOMCP/JBXCCP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.7.1 Board Takeover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.7.2 Remove Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.7.3 Replace Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.7.4 Insert Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maintain the LIU Subrack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1 Before You Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2 Replace LIU Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2.1 Remove LIU Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2.2 Insert LIU Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3 Replace JBXPEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3.1 Remove JBXPEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3.2 Insert JBXPEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4 Replace JBXMUX Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4.1 Remove JBXMUX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4.2 Insert JBXMUX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.5 Replace LIU Front Filler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 12 14 15 17 18 19 19 19 20 20 21 22 22 24 24 25 28 28 29 31 31 36 37 39 43 44 48 49 49 59 62 66 69 69 69 70 70 70 71 72 73 74 74 75 75 76 77 77 78 79

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. . . . . . . .5. . . .4. . . . . . . . . . .9 Get Trace Files from CCP Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 4. . . . 99 6. . . . . . . . . . . PS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . .7 Trigger All VCE to Dump the Remaining Trace . . . . . 89 6. . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Intervention Levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Get Start/End Time of Trace Collection Period . . . .1 General Information . . 100 6. . . . . 88 6. . . . 84 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CS. .5. . . . . .20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Get Telecom Trace Collect Period/id (For CS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . ATRUNK only) . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 5. . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Software Procedures . . . . .11 File Transfer to 9153 OMC-R . . . . . ATRUNK) . . . . . . . . . PS. . . . . . .10 Clean Secure Disk Space & Move Required Trace Data Into it on Both OMCP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ATRUNK only) . . . . . . . .3 Modify BSC IP Configuration from 1 LAN to 2 LANs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Modify Community String Name . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 6. . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 6. . . . 100 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Remove JBXDUM .3 LIU Subrack Cables . .2 Replace JBXDUM .1 Backup/Restore/Stop Trace Selection . 100 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 6. .6 Wait Enough Time for Telecom Trace Collection (For CS. . . . . . . 90 6. . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Tool Collecting On-Demand Traces/Logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . 99 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Modify BSC IP Configuration from 2 LANs to 1 LAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Modify 9130 BSC Evolution IP Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 9130 BSC Evolution Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Contents 5 6 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Wait Enough Time for Trace Dumped to Disk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Reset BSC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ATRUNK only) . . . . . .5 Send Telecom Trace Config to TRF Master (For CS. . . . . . 99 6. 97 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 4 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. PS. . .5. . .2 ATCA Subrack Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Modify BSC IP Subnetwork Address . . . . . . . . . . 99 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Software and Hardware Diagnosis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Get Problem Type: (OAM. . . . .5.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Step to Remove a Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Figure 20: JAXPC Board Front View . . . . . . . . 27 Figure 12: ATCA Front Board Handles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Figure 11: Fan Unit Cover from ATCA Shelf Variant 3BK 27291 ABxx On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Figure 15: Guides for Board Insertion . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Figure 13: ATCA Front Board Handles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Figure 7: Front Fan Unit from Variant 3BK 27352 AACA On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Figure 25: JAXSMM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Figure 2: Rear View of a Standalone 9130 BSC Evolution . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Figure 33: 9130 BSC Evolution Rack Intervention Levels . 13 Figure 3: 9130 BSC Evolution Interconnections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Remove or Insert Board . . . . . . . . . Rear View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 5 / 100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Figure 5: ATCA Subrack. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Figure 6: Front Fan Unit for Variants Before 3BK 27352 AACA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Figure 10: Fan Unit Cover for ATCA Shelf Variants Before 3BK 27291 ABxx . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Figure 17: Protect EMI Stripes when Inserting / Removing the Boards . . . 35 Figure 18: JBXSSW Board Variants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Figure 27: Power Entry Module from Variant 3BK 27342 AACA On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Second Step to Remove a Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Handle Switch Positions . . . 50 Figure 23: JAXSSW Rear Transition Module . . . . . . . . 82 Figure 34: ATCA Front View (with Cable Positions) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Figure 4: The ATCA Subrack. . . . . . . . . 32 Figure 14: Board Handle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Figure 28: Front View of the LIU Subrack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Figure 32: JBXDUM Filler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Figure 31: JBXMUX Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Figure 24: Shelf Manager Board . . . . . . . . 25 Figure 9: Fan Unit Cover fromr ATCA Shelf Variant 3BK 27291 ABxx On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Figure 26: Power Entry Module for Variants Before 3BK 27342 AACA . . . . . . . 83 Figure 35: ATCA Rear View (with Cable Positions) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Figure 8: Fan Unit Cover for ATCA Shelf Variants Before 3BK 27291 ABxx . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Figure 21: JAXPC: Shelf Geographic Address Rotary Switches for Board Variant Before 3BK 27226 AACA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Front View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Figure 30: JBXPEM Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Figure 29: LIU Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Figure 22: JAXPC: Shelf Geographic Address Rotary Switches from Board Variant 3BK 27226 AACA On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Figures Figures Figure 1: Front View of a Standalone 9130 BSC Evolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Figure 19: Extraction of Front Fillers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Figure 16: Align Holes with Needles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Table 7: Cable List for GE Links between LIU and ATCA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Table 4: JAXSSW Ethernet Connections . . . 91 Table 10: IP Assignment in 9130 BSC Evolution External Subnet C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Table 8: IP Assignment in 9130 BSC Evolution External Subnet A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Table 6: Power Cords for ATCA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Table 5: ATCA Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 6 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tables Tables Table 1: ATCA Shelf Front View Board-Area-Slot-SBL Mapping . . . . . . . . . 90 Table 9: IP Assignment in 9130 BSC Evolution External Subnet B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Table 3: LIU Shelf Board-Slot-SBL Mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Table 11: IP Assignment in 9130 BSC Evolution External Subnet A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Table 2: ATCA Shelf Rear View Board-Area-Slot-SBL Mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

What’s New In Edition 20 Section Reset BSC (Section 6.6. In this document JBXTP stands for all TPGSM functional variants JBXTP and JBXTP3.6.4.2) Replace JAXPC (Section 3. Procedures specific to any variant should be mentioned explicitely.4).6. In Edition 19 Description improvement in First Step to Remove a Board (Section 3.5.5.5.4). In Edition 18 Description improvement in: Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1.6.3) Replace JBXPS (Section 3.1.20 7 / 100 .2) Insert JBXTP (Section 3.1).2) Air Filter Replacement (Section 3.3.4) Insert JBXMUX (Section 4.5.4.3) was added. 3BKA20FBR229377 Restriction removed from Replace JBXOMCP (Section 3.2) Insert JBXSSW (Section 3.1) Replace JAXSSW (Section 3.6.2) 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.2.2) Replace JBXPS (Section 3. configure and change 9130 BSC Evolution software. In Edition 17 Description improvement in: Replace Fan Tray (Section 3.Preface Preface Purpose This Maintenance Handbook describes how to replace units and cables in the subracks and how to install.

6..2).6.3.11).1. In Edition 16 Description improvement in Insert JBXOMCP (Section 3.5.3) was added.4.5.6.5.6.5.1. In Edition 15 Description improvement in: Replace JBXCCP (Section 3.5.3.2).5.5.6.5) Replace JBXSSW (Section 3.6) Replace JBXPS (Section 3.5.5.6.2) Replace JBXPS (Section 3.2) Replace JBXTP by JBXTP3 (Section 3.1) Replace JAXSSW (Section 3.3.1) Replace JBXCCP (Section 3.4).2) Insert JAXPC in ATCA Shelf Variant 3BK 27291 AAxx (Section 3.Preface File Transfer to 9153 OMC-R (Section 6.5) Insert JBXSSW (Section 3. 8 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.1) Insert JBXMUX (Section 4.2).3. In Edition 14 Description improvement in: Replace Fan Tray (Section 3. Section Replace JBXTP by JBXTP3 (Section 3. Section Update the NE1OE Firmware for the New JBXTP or JBXMUX Boards was removed.6.2) Insert JAXSMM (Section 3.20 .3) Remove JBXOMCP (Section 3. In Edition 12 Description improvement in following sections: Insert JBXSSW (Section 3.4).5.5.4.6.2) Remove JBXPEM (Section 4.2) Insert JBXPEM (Section 4.4.5. In Edition 13 Description improvement in: Replace JBXTP/JBXTP3 (Section 3.2) Replace JBXSSW (Section 3.6) Replace JAXPC (Section 3.2) IP Assignment Rules in 9130 BSC Evolution with the 1 LAN Solution (Section 6.4.

Preface In Edition 11 Description improvement in the following sections: Modify BSC IP Configuration from 1 LAN to 2 LANs (Section 6.2) In Edition 10 Update for new equipment naming.3) Modify BSC IP Configuration from 2 LANs to 1 LAN (Section 6. In Edition 04 Section Replace Battery on JBXOMCP/JBXCCP (Section 3.4). Description improvement in: Insert JBXTP (Section 3.7).4) In Edition 08 Description improvement in Replace JBXOMCP (Section 3. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. In Edition 06 Description update in ATCA Subrack Presentation (Section 3.5.4. Description improvement in: Replace JBXPS (Section 3.7) was added.6.2).4.2) Update the NE1OE Firmware for the New JBXTP or JBXMUX Boards Insert JBXMUX (Section 4.4).5. In Edition 05 Description improvement in Replace Battery on JBXOMCP/JBXCCP (Section 3.2. Section “Check Firmware Version for the New JBXTP or JBXMUX Board” was removed.3) Modify BSC IP Configuration from 2 LANs to 1 LAN (Section 6.4.2) 3BKA20FBR229377 Restriction introduction in Replace JBXOMCP (Section 3.4).2).4. Tool Collecting On-Demand Traces/Logs (Section 6.5. In Edition 09 3BKA20FBR226586 Restriction introduction in Replace JBXTP/JBXTP3 (Section 3.5.4.5.20 9 / 100 . In Edition 07 The following sections were added: Modify BSC IP Configuration from 1 LAN to 2 LANs (Section 6.5) 3BKA20FBR226586 Restriction removed from Replace JBXTP/JBXTP3 (Section 3.4).4) Modify 9130 BSC Evolution IP Configuration (Section 6.

6. Audience This Maintenance Handbook is intended for: Maintenance engineers System support engineers Network technicians Network operators.5.4.20 .5. In Edition 01 First release of the document.1) Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1. Assumed Knowledge You must have a basic understanding of the following: Alcatel-Lucent operations and maintenance concepts for the BSC BSC hardware configurations Telecommunications engineering Anti-static procedures Windows environment Linux enviroment.Preface In Edition 03 Restriction introduction 3BKA20FBR209413. 10 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.1) Remove JBXOMCP (Section 3. In Edition 02 Description improvement in: Remove JBXSSW (Section 3.3).

3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.20 11 / 100 .1 Hardware Presentation 1 Hardware Presentation This section provides a short equipment and interconnections presentation.

1 Hardware Presentation

1.1 Front and Rear Views of the 9130 BSC Evolution
The following figure shows the front view for a standalone 9130 BSC Evolution Evolution.

JSXPDU
CLOSED / OPEN H/S OOS CLOSED / OPEN H/S OOS CLOSED / OPEN H/S OOS CLOSED / OPEN H/S OOS

JSXATCA Shelf 4 (BSC2)

CLOSED

/

OPEN

H/S

OOS

CLOSED

/

OPEN

H/S

OOS

CLOSED

/

OPEN

H/S

OOS

CLOSED

/

OPEN

H/S

OOS

JBXOMCP

JSXATCA Shelf 3 (BSC1)

JBXOMCP

Not Used
XLIU XLIU XPEM
−48 / 60 VDC 4A

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

JSXLIU Shelf 2 (BSC2)
1
XPEM

2 3 4
XLIU XLIU XLIU

5 6 7 8
XLIU XLIU XLIU XLIU

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
XLIU XMUX XMUX XLIU XLIU XLIU XLIU XLIU XLIU

JSXLIU Shelf 1 (BSC1)

−48 / 60 VDC

4A

Figure 1: Front View of a Standalone 9130 BSC Evolution

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Not Used

JBXSSW

JBXSSW

JBXCCP

JBXCCP

JBXCCP

JBXCCP

JBXCCP

JBXCCP

JBXTP

JBXTP

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1 Hardware Presentation

The following figure shows the rear view for a standalone 9130 BSC Evolution Evolution.

JSXPDU

JSXATCA Shelf 4 (BSC2)

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JSXATCA Shelf 3 (BSC1)
JAXSSW JAXSSW
JBXPS JBXPS JBXPS JBXPS
−(POWER) −(POWER) −(POWER) −(POWER)

JAXSMM JAXSMM JAXPC JAXPC
JAXSMM
OOS OK ACT

JAXSMM
OOS OK ACT

JAXPC
OOS OK ACT

JAXPC
OOS OK ACT

GND

+(RETURN)

+(RETURN)

+(RETURN)

+(RETURN)

H/S

H/S

H/S

H/S

JSXLIU Shelf 2 (BSC2) JSXLIU Shelf 1 (BSC1)
Figure 2: Rear View of a Standalone 9130 BSC Evolution

Note:

Starting from ATCA subrack variant 3BK 27291 ABxx on, only two JBXPS power modules are used.

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1.2 9130 BSC Evolution Interconnections
LCS Client

BTS

A Interface Lg

GMLC
Lh

MS

BTS

BSC
Lb Interface CBC

MSC HLR
Gs Interface

Lg

SMLC SGSN MFS
LSN1 LSN2 Gb Interface

Router
SAGI

A−GPS Server

Figure 3: 9130 BSC Evolution Interconnections The BSC is connected with the following network elements for telecom functions: MFS, TC: Atermux interface MSC: A interface BTS: Abis interface.

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20 15 / 100 .1 Hardware Presentation 1. JBXFAN area Board Slot number SBL Board Slot number SBL JBXFAN1 81 JBXFAN2 82 FAN1 JBXFAN3 83 FAN2 JBXFAN4 84 FAN3 FAN4 Slot area Board J B X T P 1 J B X T P 2 J B X C C P 6 J B X C C P 4 J B X C C P 1 J B X O M C P 1 Physical slot number Logical slot number SBL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 J B X S S W 1 J B X S S W 2 J B X O M C P 2 9 10 11 12 13 14 J B X C C P 2 J B X C C P 3 J B X C C P 5 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 T P H W 1 T P H W 2 C P H W 8 C P H W 6 C P H W 3 C P H W 1 S S W H W 1 S S W H W 2 C P H W 2 C P H W 4 C P H W 5 C P H W 7 Table 1: ATCA Shelf Front View Board-Area-Slot-SBL Mapping 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.3 Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping The following tables give the Board/Area/Slot/SBL mapping for the modules used in 9130 BSC Evolution.

JAXSSW2 8 JAXSSW1 7 ... 24 23 ... SBL 1 J B X L I U 1 2 J B X L I U 2 3 J B X L I U 3 4 J B X L I U 4 5 J B X L I U 5 6 J B X L I U 6 7 J B X L I U 7 8 J B X L I U 8 9 J B X M U X 1 10 J B X M U X 2 J B X L I U 9 J B X L I U 10 J B X L I U J B X L I U J B X L I U J B X L I U 14 18 J B X L I U 15 19 J B X L I U 16 20 J B X P E M 2 21 11 12 13 15 16 17 11 12 13 14 P E M 5 E T U 1 E T U 2 E T U 3 E T U 4 E T U 5 E T U 6 E T U 7 E T U 8 E C U 1 E C U 2 E T U 9 E T U 10 E T U E T U E T U E T U 14 E T U 15 E T U 16 P E M 6 11 12 13 Table 3: LIU Shelf Board-Slot-SBL Mapping 16 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. .. ..20 ... 17 SSW-HW2 SSW-HW1 JBXPS area Board Physical slot number Logical slot number SBL JBXPS1 JBXPS2 1 2 JAXSMM area JAXPC area JAXPC1 2 JBXPS3 JBXPS4 JAXSMM2 JAXSMM1 JAXPC2 3 4 1 2 1 33 34 35 36 66 65 50 49 PEM1 PEM2 PEM3 PEM4 SMM2 SMM1 BSC ENV3 BSC ENV2 Table 2: ATCA Shelf Rear View Board-Area-Slot-SBL Mapping Board J B X P E M 1 Slot Nb.1 Hardware Presentation Rear area Board Physical slot number Logical slot number SBL 14 ... 1 30 ...

3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.2 Safety Rules and Precautions 2 Safety Rules and Precautions This section contains the following information: Safety rules for equipment under power Electrostatic precautions.20 17 / 100 .

Uncommon Replacements: Alcatel-Lucent will perform a case-by-case study and. This means that it is possible to touch some parts under power that are only protected by heavy fuses. and those mentioned in this chapter.1 Safety Rules for Equipment Under Power Injury from Equipment Possible death or serious physical harm to personnel and damage to equipment may result from mishandling.20 . For maintenance purposes. metallic wrist watches or similar. field operators may have to work on equipment under power (-48 VDC or -60 VDC). Use appropriate insulated tools for maintenance activities. While performing any maintenance tasks or procedures. Conductive Objects: Remove all conductive objects from hands and arms such as rings. Any such procedure is handled solely by Alcatel-Lucent. you must follow any local safety requirements. 18 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. if necessary.2 Safety Rules and Precautions 2. It can interfere with the operation of the BSC. Mobile Telephone: Do not use a mobile telephone when the BSC doors are open. Maintenance activities must be carried out carefully to avoid short circuits and to prevent serious personal injury. prepare a special replacement procedure. bracelets.

2. You must respect the following rules: Ensure that all the tools which come into contact with static-sensitive components are at the same voltage level as the conducting work surfaces and floor mats. oscilloscopes. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.20 19 / 100 .2.2. unless they are made of cotton. When handling static-sensitive components and assemblies. Such fabrics are major sources of static build-up.2 Safety Rules and Precautions 2. and floor mats have a conducting surface connected to ground. do not wear or use clothes made of wool.2 Electrostatic Precautions 2. Before handling static-sensitive components and assemblies. These tools include soldering irons. tools.2 Tools You need the following tools to perform the procedures described in this handbook: An anti-static wrist strap A serviceable replacement unit A Torx screwdriver A Flathead screwdriver A Philips crosshead screwdriver. assemble or test PBAs. and do not use dry cleaning methods. power supplies. nylon or any other synthetic material.1 Environment You must observe the following electrostatic precautions: Ensure that work benches. do not use gloves and finger covers. ground yourself to the conducting surface by using an anti-static wrist strap. When handling static-sensitive components and assemblies. and metal parts of tools and fixtures that are used to hold. Do not use rough cleaners or erasers to clean the gold-plated contacts on PBAs Do not mark a PBA with a lead pencil or any other writing instrument Do not use synthetic brushes to clean equipment.

2 Safety Rules and Precautions 2. 20 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. discharge any static by touching the metal frame of the rack with your hand Always handle a PBA by the edges Do not handle or carry a PBA by any of the mounted components Do not handle a PBA by the gold-plated contact terminals and do not apply direct pressure to the components Do not touch PBA connection pins or conductor paths Do not touch PBAs with wet hands Place PBAs that have been removed during maintenance with the soldered side downwards on a conductive surface Do not scratch or rub the soldered side of a PBA with a sharp or rough object Do not repair PBAs in the switch room Do not handle components and assemblies by their leads Do not use excessive force when inserting connection boards. wrap it in a conducting synthetic bag or in aluminum foil. dangerous gases or other airborne particles that may cause damage Do not stack PBAs side-by-side or on top of each other with the board surfaces or components in contact with one another Before cleaning a PBA. Replace the damage protection upon completion of the task.2. remove or disconnect the damage protection. ensure that an appropriate warning symbol is displayed on the package Store spare PBAs in their appropriate polyethylene boxes.3 Transportation and Storage You must respect the following rules: Pack all containers used to transport and store static-sensitive components. Keep the boxes closed except when access to their contents is required Do not store PBAs in an area where the air is polluted with smoke. such as protective foam. and use aluminum container tubes if possible.2.4 Components and PBAs You must respect the following rules: Components and PBAs not in protective containers must only be handled by trained personnel in static-controlled work areas Before removing a PBA from an equipment rack. 2. insert the component terminations into electrically conductive foam Before shipping a PBA. If not. dust.20 . to allow the PBA to be cleaned thoroughly. Also pack the PBA in a polyethylene transport box Before shipping a PBA which has metal oxide semiconductor components.

Rear RITs: JAXPC . Front RITs: JBXOMCP . 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. In addition to the RITs replacement.O&M control board JBXCCP .Transmission processing board JBXFILL .Gigabit Ethernet Switch Rear Transition Module JBXPS . in this chapter it is described how to perform a ATCA subrack extension in order to increase the BSC capacity.20 21 / 100 .Personality card JAXSSW .Power Entry Module JAXSMM .Rear filler.Front filler Air Filter.Call control processing board JBXSSW .Shelf manager JAXFILL .3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack This section covers replacement of the following ATCA Subrack RITs: Fan Unit Upper Fan tray Lower Fan tray.Gigabit Ethernet Switch board JBXTP .

Impact on System: As long as only one unit is removed and replaced at any one time.1 Before You Start Read this section before you start the procedures in this chapter. there is no impact on the system. Preventive Maintenance: Only replace RITs on the ATCA Subrack.2 ATCA Subrack Presentation The following figure shows the ATCA subrack front view in case of 9130 BSC Evolution 1000 TRX configuration. the upper ATCA Subrack is empty. if the BSC terminal displays alarm signals for them. The procedures described here apply to both subracks. Front View 22 / 100 Not Used 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. the lower subrack contains a full set of units. This is because redundancy is built into the components of the ATCA Subrack. In a pre-equipped configuration.20 JBXSSW JBXSSW JBXCCP JBXCCP JBXCCP JBXCCP JBXCCP JBXCCP JBXTP JBXTP . CLOSED / OPEN H/S OOS CLOSED / OPEN H/S OOS CLOSED / OPEN H/S OOS CLOSED / OPEN H/S OOS JBXOMCP JBXOMCP Not Used 12345678901234567890123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012 Air inlet 12345678901234567890123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012 Figure 4: The ATCA Subrack. 3.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. In a standard configuration.

only two JBXPS power modules are used. must be equipped with fillers. front and rear. Rear View Note: Starting from ATCA subrack variant 3BK 27291 ABxx on. Unused slots.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 12345678901234567890123456 12345678901234567890123456 12345678901234567890123456 Air outlet 12345678901234567890123456 12345678901234567890123456 The following figure shows the ATCA subrack rear view in case of 9130 BSC Evolution for any configuration. JAXPC JAXPC JBXPS JBXPS JBXPS JBXPS Handle Closed Closed 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.20 23 / 100 . JAXSSW JAXSSW −(POWER) −(POWER) −(POWER) −(POWER) OOS OK ACT OOS OK ACT X01 X01 GND Alarm/ Reset Alarm/ Reset H/S H/S +(RETURN) +(RETURN) +(RETURN) +(RETURN) H/S H/S Handle Open Open OOS OK OOS OK JAXSMM JAXSMM Figure 5: ATCA Subrack.

Keep clear of the fans as long as they are rotating. Fan tray toggle switch Hot Swapp LED Out Of Service LED CLOSED / OPEN HS/ OOS Figure 6: Front Fan Unit for Variants Before 3BK 27352 AACA Hot Swapp LED Out Of Service LED HS/ OOS Figure 7: Front Fan Unit from Variant 3BK 27352 AACA On 24 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. pay attention to rotating fans.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3.3. Note: If the system overheats: Telecommunication functions are affected There could be a station switchover.1 Prerequisites Inserting tools or fingers into operational fans may cause injuries.3 Fan Tray An alarm is sent to the OMC-R if a fan unit fails. If you exchange a fan tray in a running system ensure that the exchange procedure is finished within 1 minute. When removing a fan tray.20 . Although the traffic is not interrupted. Fans become exposed when the fan tray is pulled. A fan cover in a running system can not be removed more than 1 minute. to prevent the system from overheating. Operating the system without cooling causes overheating of system components. 3. Running the system longer than 30 seconds with less than three blowers damages the system. you must replace the fan as soon as possible.

in case of ATCA shelf 4 remove the cover as shown in the following figure.2 Replace Fan Tray 3. Remove the top front cover.20 25 / 100 .1 Replace Fan Tray for Variants Before 3BK 27352 AACA To replace the fan tray: 1. and connect the anti-static wrist strap. A fan replacement procedure may be necessary if: The fan is faulty A maintenance operation must be performed.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack The system is equipped with four fan trays: Two front fan trays Two back fan trays with handle. For ATCA shelf variants before 3BK 27291 ABxx.3. 3.3. Open the front doors of the MFS. 2.2. Figure 8: Fan Unit Cover for ATCA Shelf Variants Before 3BK 27291 ABxx 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.

7. 11. Check that the exhaust flap is open (visible at the rear of the chassis). pull the clips on the left and right-hand side of the cover up then pull the cover down and hold it down during the exchange procedure. or The exhaust flap is closed (visible at the rear of the chassis). 5. The blue H/S LED will blink and then remain lit steadily. close the top front cover and secure it with the side screws From ATCA shelf variant 3BK 27291 ABxx on. If it is the case. Unplug the faulty fan tray from its location. release the cover and fasten the clips on both sides. 6. Plug the replacement fan tray into its location. Close the fan tray cover as follows: For ATCA shelf variants before 3BK 27291 ABxx. Figure 9: Fan Unit Cover fromr ATCA Shelf Variant 3BK 27291 ABxx On 3.20 . identify the faulty fan tray: The "OOS" LED is lit red. fix the appropriate handle to the fan unit with the four screws. The blue H/S LED will blink and then turn OFF. Switch the toggle switch of the faulty fan tray to "open".3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack From ATCA shelf variant 3BK 27291 ABxx on. 9. The "OOS" LED is lit red for a short time The blue H/S LED is lit steadily. 26 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. Check that the "OOS" LED is switched OFF. 4. 8. After 15 seconds the blower will automatically start and go to 70% speed. Fans speed will be decreased in several minutes depending on configuration and ambient temperature. Switch the "handle" switch to "closed". If the replacement fan should be installed in rear position. 10.

For ATCA shelf variants before 3BK 27291 ABxx. 2.3. Figure 11: Fan Unit Cover from ATCA Shelf Variant 3BK 27291 ABxx On 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. pull the clips on the left and right-hand side of the cover up then pull the cover down and hold it down during the exchange procedure. in case of ATCA shelf 4 remove the cover as shown in the following figure.20 27 / 100 . Figure 10: Fan Unit Cover for ATCA Shelf Variants Before 3BK 27291 ABxx From ATCA shelf variant 3BK 27291 ABxx on.2 Replace Fan Tray from Variant 3BK 27352 AACA On To replace the fan tray: 1.2. Remove the top front cover. and connect the anti-static wrist strap. Open the front doors of the MFS.

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3. If it is the case, identify the faulty fan tray: The "OOS" LED is lit red, or The exhaust flap is closed (visible at the rear of the chassis). 4. Unplug the faulty fan tray from its location. 5. If the replacement fan should be installed in rear position, fix the appropriate handle to the fan unit with the four screws. 6. Plug the replacement fan tray into its location. The "OOS" and “H/S” LEDs blink twice then switch OFF. Fans speed will be decreased in several minutes depending on configuration and ambient temperature. 7. Check that the exhaust flap is open (visible at the rear of the chassis). 8. Close the fan tray cover as follows: For ATCA shelf variants before 3BK 27291 ABxx, close the top front cover and secure it with the side screws From ATCA shelf variant 3BK 27291 ABxx on, release the cover and fasten the clips on both sides.

3.4 Air Filter
The air filter is located in the lower part of the shelf and it guarantees that the system operates in good condition. The following maintenance operations can be performed: Air Filter Cleaning Air Filter Replacement. Pay attention when handling the filter. Do not damage the filter during replacement or maintenance.

3.4.1 Air Filter Cleaning
The Air Filter must be removed before cleaning. There are the following possibilities to clean the Air Filter: Vacuum clean: A few passes of a vacuum cleaner can remove accumulated dust and dirt Oil free compressor Air: Point the compressed air nozzle in the opposite direction of the filter’s operating airflow Cold Water Rinse: Collected dirt is washed away using just a standard hose nozzle with plain water. Let stand till completely dry before returning to service Immersion in warm soapy water: Dip the filter in a solution of warm water and mild detergent. Then rinse the filter in clear water and let stand until completely dry before returning to service.

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3.4.2 Air Filter Replacement
When replacing a filter take into account that: ATCA shelf variants 3BK 27291 AAxx use the air filter with part number 1AF 04446 AAAA ATCA shelf variants 3BK 27291 ABxx or newer use the air filter with part number 1AF 12518 BAAA. This part number corresponds to four filter pads but only one pad is used for an ATCA shelf. Make sure that the right filter is used for replacement.

3.4.2.1 Air Filter Replacement for ATCA Shelf Variants 3BK 27291 AAxx
To replace the air filter: 1. Locate the two tabs on the lower front of the filter frame. The two tabs are symmetric to the center of the shelf.

2. Push the tabs to rear of the shelf and pull the filter down. 3. Pull the filter to the front of the shelf to remove it. 4. Insert the new filter (with filter frame tabs in forward position and pointing down). 5. Using the tabs, push the filter into the shelf . 6. Raise the filter up and into the lower card guide tray and release.

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3.4.2.2 Air Filter Replacement for ATCA Shelf Variants 3BK 27291 ABxx or Newer
To replace the air filter: 1. Locate the filter frame at the lower part of the shelf.

2. Push the frame of the filter to rear of the shelf and pull the filter down. 3. Pull the filter to the front of the shelf to remove it. 4. Replace the filter pad. 5. Push the filter into the shelf. 6. Raise the filter up and into the lower card guide tray and release.

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Unfasten screws of front plate until board is detached from shelf. 2. Figure 12: ATCA Front Board Handles .1 Tips for Inserting ATCA Front RITs The following sections contain figures showing how to insert ATCA front RITs. Move the ejector handles outwards.First Step to Remove a Board 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.20 31 / 100 .1 First Step to Remove a Board To remove a board: 1.5.5 Front RITs This section covers the replacement of the following RITs: JBXTP JBXOMCP/JBXCCP JBXSSW.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. 3.1. 3. Note: Two handles secure the Front RITs in place. The following figure shows the first step to perform when removing a board. The blue LED blinks.5.

The following figure shows how to open or close the handle.20 .3 Remove or Insert Board During boards insertion/removal do not push/pull strongly on handles.5. but on the front plate.2 Second Step to Remove a Board The following figure shows the second step to perform when removing a board.5.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. Figure 13: ATCA Front Board Handles .Remove or Insert Board 32 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.1.Second Step to Remove a Board 3. Figure 14: Board Handle .1.

3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3.5.4 Guides for Board Insertion The following figure shows the guides for board insertion. Figure 15: Guides for Board Insertion 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.20 33 / 100 .1.

1.5. Figure 16: Align Holes with Needles 34 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.20 .5 Align Holes with Needles The following figure shows how to align the holes with the needles.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3.

6 Protect EMI Stripes The following figure shows how to protect the EMI stripes when inserting or removing boards. Figure 17: Protect EMI Stripes when Inserting / Removing the Boards 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.1.20 35 / 100 .3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3.5.

Wait until the blue LED is illuminated permanently. 4. unlock the JBXTP board. 3. 3. 2.3) for details. From BSC terminal or OMC-R. Open the front doors of the BSC. 5. Slide the board into the shelf until you feel resistance.2 Insert JBXTP To insert a JBXTP board: 1. 9. By moving the ejector handles outwards.1 Remove JBXTP To remove a JBXTP board: 1. 6.3). The switched OFF blue LED indicates that the board is active.20 . 36 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.5. 2. Open the front doors of the BSC. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. For this case refer to Replace JBXTP by JBXTP3 (Section 3. Identify the board to be replaced.5.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3.2. Refer to Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. The blue LED is illuminated. 6. 5. Ensure that the top and bottom ejector handles are in the outward position. lock the JBXTP board. Ensure that the guiding module of shelf and board are aligned properly. From BSC terminal or OMC-R.5.2. Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap. Unfasten screws of front plate. Simultaneously move the top and bottom ejector handles to the inward position to lock the board to the shelf. 8. Close the front doors of the BSC. Wait one minute until the blue LED is illuminated permanently.5. When insert/remove JBXTP wait at least 30 seconds before another insert/remove operation. 7. 7. Replacement of JBXTP3 by JBXTP is not allowed.2 Replace JBXTP/JBXTP3 This procedure applies for replacement of: JBXTP by JBXTP JBXTP3 by JBXTP3. 8. Do not apply this procedure to replace JBXTP by JBXTP3. Wait until the blue LED is switched OFF. 4. 3. 3. Insert board into the shelf by placing the top and bottom edges of the board in the card guides of the shelf. Move slowly the ejector handles outwards until you feel resistance. remove board from shelf.

Identify the board to be replaced. To replace a JBXTP board by a JBXTP3 board: 1. In this case both JBXTP boards must be replaced by JBXTP3 boards. Refer to Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1. the alarm “FIRMWARE-UPGRADE” is raised. It is not allowed to mix JBXTP and JBXTP3 boards in a BSC rack. it means that a newer NE1oE firmware version is available. If this alarm is present.3) for details. Ensure that the top and bottom ejector handles of the new JBXTP3 board are in the outward position. If the alarm is not present continue with the next step.3 Replace JBXTP by JBXTP3 This procedure applies in case of replacement of JBXTP by JBXTP3.5. 4.20 37 / 100 . For this case refer to Replace JBXTP/JBXTP3 (Section 3. Using the BSC terminal check if the alarm “FIRMWARE-NOT-UP-TO-DATE” is raised for the replacement board. lock the JBXTP board. 7. Do not apply this procedure to replace JBXTP by JBXTP or JBXTP3 by JBXTP3. Open the front doors of the BSC.2). The process is finished when the alarm “FIRMWARE-UPGRADE” is cleared. 2. 5. Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap. As a confirmation. 12. 11. When insert/remove JBXTP wait at least 30 seconds before another insert/remove operation. Wait until the blue LED is illuminated permanently. Move slowly the ejector handles outwards until you feel resistance. 6.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 9. Tighten the front plate screws which secure the board to the shelf. the JBXTP can be replaced by JBXTP3. Close the front doors of the BSC. 10. 8. By moving the ejector handles outwards. Wait for the firmware upgrade process to finish. It means that the firmware upgrade already started.5. Unfasten screws of front plate. Check that also the “FIRMWARE-NOT-UP-TO-DATE” is cleared. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. 3. 3. It takes about 10 minutes. From BSC terminal or OMC-R. remove the JBXTP board from shelf. In case of JBXTP faulty board and if there is no spare JBXTP board for replacement.

20 . Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap. it means that a newer NE1oE firmware version is available. Using the BSC terminal check if the alarm “FIRMWARE-NOT-UP-TO-DATE” is reported for the replacement board. The switched OFF blue LED indicates that the board is active. Tighten the front plate screws which secure the board to the shelf. Repeat steps 2 to 16 for the second board replacement. 18. 10. Close the front doors of the BSC. Check that also the “FIRMWARE-NOT-UP-TO-DATE” is cleared. 13. Ensure that the guiding module of shelf and board are aligned properly. If the alarm is not present continue with the next step. 15. Wait until the blue LED is switched OFF. unlock the JBXTP3 board. 14.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 9. As a confirmation. If this alarm is present. The process is finished when the alarm “FIRMWARE-UPGRADE” is cleared. 17. Wait for the firmware upgrade process to finish. the alarm “FIRMWARE-UPGRADE” is raised. Perform a board takeover. Insert the JBXTP3 board into the shelf by placing the top and bottom edges of the board in the card guides of the shelf. It takes about 10 minutes. It means that the firmware upgrade already started. Wait one minute until the blue LED is illuminated permanently. 12. Simultaneously move the top and bottom ejector handles to the inward position to lock the board to the shelf. 11. The blue LED is illuminated. From BSC terminal or OMC-R. 19. Slide the board into the shelf until you feel resistance. 16. 38 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.

check the ACT LED status on the OMCPs front panel. Clean-up the HDD: cd /usr/local/bin .5. 3. Erase HDD To erase the HDD of the board: 1.1 Remove JBXOMCP IF the replacement of the board is not done due to a board hardware malfunction.4.y.4.1).4.5. After the takeover is done. For SBL resetting procedure refer to Reset SBL section from 9130 BSC Evolution Terminal User Guide. until the takeover is complete. and it is still possible to connect on the board (telnet session). For identifying the corresponding SBL refer to Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1. before Remove the Board (in section 3.5. The active OMCP is the one with the ACT LED ON.5. then./clean-disk-before-reuse. From a local terminal open a telnet session on the OMCP telnet 172.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. The reset of the active OMCP will trigger an OMCP takeover. Press [ Enter ]. only if the board to be replaced is the active one Erase HDD (in section 3.1).sh 4. Reset the SBL corresponding to the active OMCP.5. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.4. When the command is completed the blue LED switches ON.3). Start the 9130 BSC Evolution Terminal software.20 39 / 100 . perform the following: JBXOMCP Takeover (in section 3.4 Replace JBXOMCP 3. 2.x where: y is 3 for ATCA shelf 3 y is 4 for ATCA shelf 4 x is 30 for JBXOMCP1 (ATCA physical slot 6) x is 40 for JBXOMCP2( ATCA physical slot 9).17.1). Wait 5 minutes. 2. Refer to Start the Terminal Software section from 9130 BSC Evolution Terminal User Guide. Type the username: root and the password: alcatel 3. only if the board to be replaced is the active one 1. JBXOMCP Takeover To perform a JBXOMCP takeover.

Slide the board into the shelf until you feel resistance.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 5. Identify the board to be replaced.4. Insert board into the shelf by placing the top and bottom edges of the board in the card guides of the shelf. Open a DOS console window. Connect to the new JBXOMCP board through SHMC as follows: Under Windows 2000. If the disable/lock operation was unsuccessful during JBXOMCP board removal. 8. the connection is done as follows: telnet set term vt100 open 172. Move the ejector handles outwards 5. Remove the board only after the status is changed to FAULT. Connect the Ethernet cable from the Local PC to the JAXSSW1 port ETH 8 in corresponding ATCA shelf. wait until the blue LED is illuminated again then continue with next step. Wait until the blue LED is illuminated. Refer to Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1.17. After some seconds the blue LED is switched OFF. Simultaneously move the top and bottom ejector handles to the inward position. Ensure that the guiding module of shelf and board are aligned properly. 3. 5. continue with the next step. Remove the Board To remove an JBXOMCP board: 1. If the disable/lock operation is finished without success. 2. 7.8 450x where: y is 3 for ATCA shelf 3 y is 4 for ATCA shelf 4 x is 3 for JBXOMCP1 40 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. the connection is done as follows: telnet 172. move the bottom ejector handle to outward position.3) for details. 4. 3. 2. From BSC terminal check the status of the board. 4.17. If the disable/lock operation was successful during JBXOMCP board removal.5.20 . Remove board from shelf. Ensure that the top and bottom ejector handles are in the outward position. 6. The blue LED blinks. This takes around 15 minutes.8 450x Under Windows XP. 3.y.y. From BSC terminal or OMC-R disable/lock the corresponding JBXOMCP board. wait until the blue LED is illuminated again then continue with next step.2 Insert JBXOMCP To insert an JBXOMCP board: 1. Unfasten screws of front plate until board is detached from shelf.

With the new OMCP terminal window connection through SHMC selected.0.17. To enter in the BIOS settings. To force the new JBXOMCP board to boot from the existing JBXOMCP board: From "BIOS Setup Utility" window. The blue LED is switched OFF. press [ F12 ] several times from the Local PC keyboard.20 41 / 100 . When the new JBXOMCP board is starting to boot up from the existing JBXOMCP board the following message should appear: CLIENT IP: 172.3. If the disable/lock operation was successful during JBXOMCP board removal. Harddisk Installation will take about 10 minutes.y PXELINUX 2. The blue LED is switched OFF. from BSC terminal or OMC-R initialize/unlock the corresponding JBXOMCP board. In the terminal window connection through SHMC the following messages should appear: Harddisk Installation Complete The Blade is going to reboot Do not forget to disable the network boot Option in the Bios settings if needed. press [ ESC ] + [ 2 ] several times from the keyboard during the new JBXOMCP booting sequence.3. use the arrow keys to select ’Hard Drive’ then press [ ! ] to disable hard disk drive option.0 DHCP IP: 172. when new JBXOMCP board is JBXOMCP2: x is 161 y is 30.17. 10. move the bottom ejector handle to the inward position. 11. go 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.255. use the arrow keys to navigate to the Boot menu. From Boot menu. If the disable/lock operation was unsuccessful during JBXOMCP board removal.05 2003-07-16 Copyright <C> 1994-2003 H.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack x is 4 for JBXOMCP2. Peter Anvin when new JBXOMCP board is JBXOMCP1: x is 160 y is 40. Type "go" and press "return" key to continue. 9. Press [ F10 ] and then press [ Enter ] to save the changes you made and exit the BIOS. Help: If this forced boot by pressing [ F12 ] doesn’t work and you have to enter in the BIOS settings of the new JBXOMCP board.x MASK: 255. This action will force the new JBXOMCP board to boot from the existing JBXOMCP board and it must be done during the new JBXOMCP board booting sequence.

12.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack Press [ Enter ]. 42 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. To synchronize the rpm files on the JBXOMCP boards. The new JBXOMCP board is rebooting. Note: Help: The new JBXOMCP will auto-reboot in 30 seconds if you do not type “go” and press [ Enter ]. Close the terminal window connection through SHMC. From Boot menu select ’Hard Drive’ then press [ ! ] to enable hard disk drive option. Tighten the front plate screws which secure the board to the shelf. 13. To restore the boot sequence for the new JBXOMCP board: From "BIOS Setup Utility" window navigate to Boot menu. This sequence will take about 5 minutes. The new JBXOMCP board is rebooting from its disk. then: Type the username: root Type the password: alcatel The following message should appear: Installation successful. press [ Enter ]. To enter in the BIOS settings. In the terminal window connection through SHMC. Press [ F10 ] and then press [ Enter ] to save the changes you made and exit the BIOS.20 . press [ ESC ] + [ 2 ] several times from the keyboard during the new JBXOMCP rebooting sequence. enter: /usr/bin/rsync -a -e ssh 172.16.33. 15. If the boot sequence was modified do not forget to restore it.1:/var/lib/rpm/* /var/lib/rpm/ 14.

The board will become standby. Refer to Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1. Unfasten screws of front plate until board is detached from shelf 3. Remove board from shelf. 3. unlock the JBXCCP board.5 Replace JBXCCP 3. 2.2 Insert JBXCCP To insert a JBXCCP board: 1. Identify the board to be replaced. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. 5. Insert board into the shelf by placing the top and bottom edges of the board in the card guides of the shelf.5. Wait until the blue LED is switched OFF 8. If the board to be replaced is the active one.3) for details. from BSC terminal or OMC-R. 3. Move the ejector handles outwards.5.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. Wait until the blue LED is illuminated permanently. Ensure that the top and bottom ejector handles are in the outward position 2. Simultaneously move the top and bottom ejector handles to the inward position to lock the board to the shelf 6. Ensure that the guiding module of shelf and board are aligned properly.1 Remove JBXCCP To remove a JBXCCP board: 1. lock the board to be replaced. From BSC terminal or OMC-R. Wait until the blue LED is illuminated 5. 4.5. Tighten the front plate screws which secure the board to the shelf. reset the JBXCCP. 6.5. The switched OFF blue LED indicates that the board is active 9. Slide the board into the shelf until you feel resistance 4. From BSC terminal or OMC-R.20 43 / 100 . 7.5.

JBXSSW JBXSSW P M C OOS OOS OK OK ACT ACT 1 2 3 4 5 A B C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 E T H 1 F A B R I C I N T E R F A C E A B C I N T E R F A C E 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 E T H 1 B A S E B A S E I N T E R F A C E S L A ETH2 RESET S E R I A L S L A ETH2 RESET H/S H/S ABC ST ABC ST Variant before 3BK 27237 AACA From variant 3BK 27237 AACA on Figure 18: JBXSSW Board Variants 44 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.6 Replace JBXSSW The following figure shows the JBXSSW front view for different board variants.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3.20 .5.

6. perform one of the following: If JBXSSW1 must be replaced: Reset the JAXSMM1 from BSC terminal (or OMC-R) Power OFF (lock) the JBXSSW1 from BSC terminal (or OMC-R) Wait for the end of the power OFF process If JBXSSW2 must be replaced: Reset the JAXSMM2 from BSC terminal (or OMC-R) Power OFF (lock) the JBXSSW2 from BSC terminal (or OMC-R) Wait for the end of the power OFF process 4. Move the ejector handles outwards 6.y.6.t.5.3) for details. Depending on the JBXSSW to be replaced. if applicable 3. 2. The IP address for LMT is 172. Identify the board to be replaced.x.0. Refer to Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1.0 where: x is 17 if the replaced JBXSSW is JBXSSW2 x is 18 if the replaced JBXSSW is JBXSSW1. Open a telnet session on shelf manager: telnet 172. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.5.20 45 / 100 .0. Remove front plate cable.2 Insert JBXSSW To insert a JBXSSW board: 1. Unfasten screws of front plate until board is detached from shelf 5.1 Remove JBXSSW To remove a JBXSSW board: 1. Remove board from shelf. 2. 3.251 and subnet mask is 255.x where: t is 17 if the replaced JBXSSW is JBXSSW2 t is 18 if the replaced JBXSSW is JBXSSW1 x is 8 if the replaced JBXSSW is JBXSSW2 x is 9 if the replaced JBXSSW is JBXSSW1 y is 3 for ATCA shelf 3 y is 4 fot ATCA shelf 4. Connect the ethernet cable between LMT to the operational JAXSSW on port 8.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3.255.

0}{ADVANCEDTCA_CHASSIS./hpishaddr -e “{RACK. Open a telnet session on the active JBXOMCP # telnet 172. To synchronize the boards: If the shelf ID is 3.x where: t is 17 if the replaced JBXSSW is JBXSSW2 t is 18 if the replaced JBXSSW is JBXSSW1 y is 3 for ATCA shelf 3 y is 4 for ATCA shelf 4 x is 30 for JBXOMCP1 x is 40 for JBXOMCP2. 12.3}“ If the shelf ID is 4. 10. On the active SMM enter: cd /usr/bin 6. Close the connection on the shelf manager. Check the SMM status: sv_status If the SMM is the active one continue with the next steps. enter: . 5. 13. enter: . Wait for the blue LED to remain ON. 46 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. 11. 8. Slide the board into the shelf until you feel resistance. 15.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. Ensure that the top and bottom ejector handles are in the outward position.0}{ADVANCEDTCA_CHASSIS. Insert board into one of the hub slots of the shelf by placing the top and bottom edges of the board in the card guides of the shelf.20 .y. Tighten the front plate screws which secure the board to the shelf./hpishaddr -e “{RACK. 16. If the SMM is the standby one. 9.t. Power ON (unlock) the JBXSSW from BSC terminal (or OMC-R). Before performing the VLAN configuration for the new JBXSSW. Ensure that the guiding module of shelf and board are aligned properly.4}“ 7. Simultaneously move the top and bottom ejector handles to the inward position to lock the board to the shelf. activate it using the following command: sv_activate and continue with the next steps. 14. remove all the cables from the corresponding JAXSSW. Enter the user name and password: Username: root Password: root 4.

if SSW1 was replaced x is 2. Close the terminal window. The VLAN configuration is finished when the following message is displayed SSWx F300 Vlan configuration done and persisted.20 47 / 100 . 20. Configure the VLAN of the new JBXSSW root@OMCP_x:~# cd /root root@OMCP_x:./mx_setVlan -fs SSWx where: x is 1.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 17. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. Connect all the cables to the JAXSSW in the initial position. 19. 18. if SSW2 was replaced. VLAN configuration is also displayed.

7.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3.5. The ATCA front fillers are used to create the appropriate air flow within the subrack.7. Use a metallic blade or a flat head screwdriver for extracting fillers. 3. Unfasten screws of front plate until board is detached from the shelf. Remove the JBXFILL from the shelf. Note: Fillers do not have handles.7 Remove / Insert JBXFILL Unused slots (front and rear) must be equipped with fillers. 48 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. Tighten the front plate screws which secure the board to the shelf . Figure 19: Extraction of Front Fillers 3. as shown in the following figure.2 Insert JBXFILL To insert the ATCA front filler (JBXFILL): 1.20 .1 Remove JBXFILL To remove the ATCA front filler (JBXFILL): 1.5. 2. 2.5. Slide the JBXFILL into the shelf until you feel resistance.

3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. The following figure shows the front view for JAXPC board.6 Rear RITs This section covers the replacement of the following ATCA Subrack Rear RITs: JAXPC: Personality Card JAXSSW: Rear Transition Module JAXSMM : Shelf Management Controller JBXPS: Power Entry Modules A large number of cables run at the rear of the BSC. located on the right side of the JAXSMMs. While working on a RIT.1 Replace JAXPC The two JAXPC boards slots.20 A BCDE BCD Rotary Switch to Set the SGA (LS) 6 789 Hot Swap LED 49 / 100 . are numbered from 1 on the right to 2 on the left.6. on the back side of each side of the subrack chassis. JAXPC OOS OK Telco Alarms & Relays Failure LED Power LED Alarm I/O Connector Alarm Reset Push Button F 01 Alarm/ Reset H/S MS Hot Swap LED 2 345 Rotary Switch to Set the SGA (MS) 6 789 SGA LS F 01 345 Closed Open Handle Failure LED Power LED OOS OK H/S Variant before 3BK 27226 AACA Figure 20: JAXPC Board Front View From variant 3BK 27226 AACA on 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. ensure you do not accidentally disconnect cables from other RITs. 3.

S2 S1 Figure 21: JAXPC: Shelf Geographic Address Rotary Switches for Board Variant Before 3BK 27226 AACA MS LS Figure 22: JAXPC: Shelf Geographic Address Rotary Switches from Board Variant 3BK 27226 AACA On 50 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.20 .3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack The following figures show the location of the rotary switches on JAXPC board.

1 Remove JAXPC For Board Variant Before 3BK 27226 AACA To remove the JAXPC: 1. 2. Set the handle toggle switch to the "Open" position. The blue H/S LED starts flashing and then turns OFF. 3. S2 (for board variants before 3BK 27226 AACA) or MS (from board variant 3BK 27226 AACA on): always set to "0". 8. 3. 7. Set the handle toggle switch to the "Open" position. Wait until the blue LED is permanently lit. The handle switch activator releases the blinking of the blue LED. 2. Two JAXPC in different shelves must always be set to different SGAs. The red OOS LED is blinking. Wait until the blue H/S LED is lit. Note: Two JAXPC boards in the same shelf must always be set to the same SGA (Shelf Geographic Address). Set the handle toggle switch to the "Closed" position.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. Move the board outward using the ejector ring. 5. Insert the JAXPC Board Before Variant 3BK 27226 AACA 3.1. Back out the two screws until they engage the threads in the front panel. The switched OFF blue H/S LED indicates that the board is running. 3. Remove the board from the shelf.6. This makes the insertion easier. From Board Variant 3BK 27226 AACA On To remove the JAXPC: 1.20 51 / 100 . Insert board into the shelf by placing the top and bottom edges of the board in the card guides of the shelf. The blue H/S LED will flash and then turn on steadily.1.2 Insert JAXPC in ATCA Shelf Variant 3BK 27291 AAxx Set Rotary Switches To insert the JAXPC: 1.6. Set the rotary switches according to your requirements (JAXPC: Shelf Geographic Address Rotary Switches for Board Variant Before 3BK 27226 AACA (21) ): S1 (for board variants before 3BK 27226 AACA) or LS (from board variant 3BK 27226 AACA on): On the shelf 3 (bottom ATCA) set S1 to 3 On the shelf 4 (top ATCA) set S1 to 4. 6. The blue H/S LED will flash and then turn on steadily. Fasten the two front panel screws. Wait until the blue LED is permanently lit. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. Remove the board from the shelf using the ejector ring. Wait until the blue H/S LED is switched OFF. Ensure that the guiding module of shelf and board are aligned properly. Unfasten the screws of the front plate until the handle switch is detached from the front plate of the board. Unfasten the front plate screws. 4. 2. The red OOS LED is blinking.

The switched OFF blue H/S LED indicates that the board is activated. Check the Active 14. In this way the ejector handle is closed and the board can be powered.18.x where: y is 3 for ATCA shelf 3 y is 4 for ATCA shelf 4 x is 30 for JBXOMCP1 x is 40 for JBXOMCP2 16. Wait until the blue H/S LED is switched OFF. From the active OMCP open a telnet session on the active JAXSMM # telnet <IP adress of the active JAXSMM> where the IP adress of the active JAXSMM is: 172. Wait until the blue H/S LED is illuminated and the red OOS LED turns OFF.17. Slide the board into the shelf until you feel resistance. Insert board into the shelf by placing the top and bottom edges of the board in the card guides of the shelf. Check if the JAXSMM board is active: # sv_status If the board is active the following message apears: get status-> openhpid on openhpid is active 52 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.9 if JAXSMM2 is active y is 3 for ATCA shelf 3 y is 4 for ATCA shelf 4.17. Ensure that the guiding module of shelf and board are aligned properly. Connect the Ethernet cable to the JAXSSW1 (port ETH8) JAXSMM Board 15. 11. 10.y. 12. 13. Tighten the screws at the top and the bottom of the board. Open a telnet session on the active JBXOMCP # telnet 172.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack Insert the JAXPC Board from Variant 3BK 27226 AACA On 9.20 .y. The blue LED blinks.y.8 if JAXSMM1 is active 172. 17.

available (1172 bytes) Rule: Two matching backplane infos (P1 P2) Valid Shelf FRU Info is P1 (Shelf Address y) If the JAXPC boards are not aligned the following message is displayed: ATCA-M100 Shelf FRU Info Validation Tool V1.20 53 / 100 .17. shelf_fru_validation in /usr/bin directory ls -a /usr/bin |grep shelf_fru_validation If the following message is displayed./shelf_fru_validation If the JAXPC boards are fully aligned the following message is displayed: ATCA-M100 Shelf FRU Info Validation Tool V1. Open a ftp session to active JAXSMM using PC terminal ftp 172. if not check in /usr/bin directory. Check if the JAXPC boards are aligned: # cd /usr/bin # chmod 777 shelf_fru_validation #.x:(none)): root Password: root lcd <directory> Where <directory> is the location of the script. go to step 21 shelf_fru_validation If the script is not present (no message is displayed) go to next step. Copy the Validation 19..3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack Check the Validation 18... available (1172 bytes) 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. available (1172 bytes) Looking for Shelf FRU Info P2 at 0x16/001.y.y. Check if the shelf_fru_validation tool is present: Script is Present in /root directory: ls -a /root |grep shelf_fru_validation If the following message is displayed.x Script to JAXSMM Board Where: y is 3 for Shelf 3 y is 4 for Shelf 4 x is 8 for SMM1 x is 9 for SMM2 User (172.z Looking for Shelf FRU Info P1 at 0x14/001.. go to step 20. available (1172 bytes) Looking for Shelf FRU Info P2 at 0x16/001..17.. Copy the validation script to /usr/bin directory cp /root/shelf_fru_validation Boards are Aligned /usr/bin/shelf_fru_validation 21..z Looking for Shelf FRU Info P1 at 0x14/001. cd /root bin put shelf_fru_validation bye Check if the JAXPC 20..

where y: y is 3 for ATCA shelf 3 y is 4 for ATCA shelf 4 Align the JAXPC Boards 22. available (1172 bytes) Comparing: M1==M2 M1!=P1 M1!=P2 M2!=P1 M2!=P2 P1!=P2 Rule: Biggest matching group (M1 M2) Valid Shelf FRU Info is M1 (Shelf Address y) Where z is release tool version dependent..3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack Looking for Shelf FRU Info M1 at 0x0f/254. 54 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.20 .. available (1130 bytes) Looking for Shelf FRU Info P2 at 0x16/001.. If the If the JAXPC boards are not aligned launch the following commands: To stop the running software on the Shelf Manager. 18:01:39 Looking for Shelf FRU Info P1 at 0x14/001... type: # sv_stop Launch the validation tool in write mode in order to update the FRU info: # cd /usr/bin # ./shelf_fru_validation -w -u The following message is displayed: ATCA-M100 Shelf FRU Info Validation Tool V1.. available (1130 bytes) Comparing: M1==M2 M1==P1 M1!=P2 M2==P1 M2!=P2 P1!=P2 Rule: Biggest matching group (M1 M2 P1) Valid Shelf FRU Info is M1 (Shelf Address y) Updating Shelf FRU Info P2 where y: y is 3 for ATCA shelf 3 y is 4 for ATCA shelf 4 To start the software on the Shelf Manager boards. available (1130 bytes) Looking for Shelf FRU Info M2 at 0x12/254..4 (Apr 17 2008.. 24.. available (1172 bytes) Looking for Shelf FRU Info M2 at 0x12/254.. type: # sv_start 23. available (1172 bytes) Looking for Shelf FRU Info M1 at 0x0f/254. Close the telnet session on the JAXSMM... Close the telnet session on the JBXOMCP.

Back out the two screws until they engage the threads in the front panel. Copy the SEEPROM Upgrade Tool and the SEEPROM Template on the active SMM using a ftp session to active JAXSMM using PC terminal ftp 172. Set the rotary switches according to your requirements (JAXPC: Shelf Geographic Address Rotary Switches for Board Variant Before 3BK 27226 AACA (21) ): S1: On the shelf 3 (bottom ATCA) set S1 to 3 On the shelf 4 (top ATCA) set S1 to 4. Set the handle toggle switch to the "Open" position. Wait until the blue H/S LED is lit. Two JAXPC in different shelves must always be set to different SGAs.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. 5. cd /tmp bin mput seeprom-2. The red OOS LED is blinking. Note: Two JAXPC boards in the same shelf must always be set to the same SGA (Shelf Geographic Address).y.sh? y 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. Insert board into the shelf by placing the top and bottom edges of the board in the card guides of the shelf. S2: always set to "0". 7. Wait until the blue H/S LED is switched OFF. Insert the JAXPC Board 4.1.17. 6. 8.x Where: y is 3 for Shelf 3 y is 4 for Shelf 4 x is 8 for SMM1 x is 9 for SMM2 User (172.y.1.sh seeprom_080408_1.17. The red OOS LED is blinking.3 Insert JAXPC in ATCA Shelf Variant 3BK 27291 ABxx or Newer Set Rotary Switches To insert the JAXPC: 1. Set the handle toggle switch to the "Closed" position. The blue H/S LED starts flashing and then turns OFF. Fasten the two front panel screws. Ensure that the guiding module of shelf and board are aligned properly. The switched OFF blue H/S LED indicates that the board is running. 3. 2.x:(none)): root Password: root lcd <directory> Where <directory> is the location of the script.6.bin mput seeprom-2. This makes the insertion easier.20 55 / 100 . Copy the SEEPROM Upgrade Tool and the SEEPROM Template 9.1.

bin? y bye Check the Active 10.9 if JAXSMM2 is active y is 3 for ATCA shelf 3 y is 4 for ATCA shelf 4.17.20 . Check if the JAXSMM board is active: # sv_status If the board is active the following message apears: get status-> openhpid on openhpid is active Check the Validation 14. go to step 15. 13.17. Open a telnet session on the active JBXOMCP # telnet 172.18.x where: y is 3 for ATCA shelf 3 y is 4 for ATCA shelf 4 x is 30 for JBXOMCP1 x is 40 for JBXOMCP2 12. 56 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. From the active OMCP open a telnet session on the active JAXSMM # telnet <IP adress of the active JAXSMM> where the IP adress of the active JAXSMM is: 172.y.8 if JAXSMM1 is active 172. if not check in /usr/bin directory. Check if the shelf_fru_validation tool is present: Script is Present in /root directory: ls -a /root |grep shelf_fru_validation If the following message is displayed.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack mput seeprom_080408_1. Connect the Ethernet cable to the JAXSSW1 (port ETH8) JAXSMM Board 11. shelf_fru_validation in /usr/bin directory ls -a /usr/bin |grep shelf_fru_validation If the following message is displayed. go to step 16 shelf_fru_validation If the script is not present (no message is displayed) go to next step.y.y.

available (1172 bytes) Looking for Shelf FRU Info M1 at 0x0f/254.. Copy the validation script to /usr/bin directory cp /root/shelf_fru_validation Boards are Aligned /usr/bin/shelf_fru_validation 17. available (1172 bytes) Rule: Two matching backplane infos (P1 P2) Valid Shelf FRU Info is P1 (Shelf Address y) If the JAXPC boards are not aligned the following message is displayed: ATCA-M100 Shelf FRU Info Validation Tool V1.. available (1172 bytes) Comparing: M1==M2 M1!=P1 M1!=P2 M2!=P1 M2!=P2 P1!=P2 Rule: Biggest matching group (M1 M2) Valid Shelf FRU Info is M1 (Shelf Address y) Where z is release tool version dependent.20 57 / 100 .17. available (1172 bytes) Looking for Shelf FRU Info P2 at 0x16/001.y.z Looking for Shelf FRU Info P1 at 0x14/001.../shelf_fru_validation If the JAXPC boards are fully aligned the following message is displayed: ATCA-M100 Shelf FRU Info Validation Tool V1.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack Copy the Validation 15.x:(none)): root Password: root lcd <directory> Where <directory> is the location of the script.. Check if the JAXPC boards are aligned: # cd /usr/bin # chmod 777 shelf_fru_validation #. available (1172 bytes) Looking for Shelf FRU Info M2 at 0x12/254. Open a ftp session to active JAXSMM using PC terminal ftp 172. where y: y is 3 for ATCA shelf 3 y is 4 for ATCA shelf 4 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed...x Script to JAXSMM Board Where: y is 3 for Shelf 3 y is 4 for Shelf 4 x is 8 for SMM1 x is 9 for SMM2 a telnet session User (172.17.....y. available (1172 bytes) Looking for Shelf FRU Info P2 at 0x16/001.. cd /root bin put shelf_fru_validation bye Check if the JAXPC 16.z Looking for Shelf FRU Info P1 at 0x14/001.

bin where XY is: 14 for JAXPC1 16 for JAXPC2 20. If the If the JAXPC boards are not aligned launch the following commands: To stop the running software on the Shelf Manager. available (1130 bytes) Looking for Shelf FRU Info P2 at 0x16/001. type: # sv_start Upgrade JAXPC 19. available (1130 bytes) Comparing: M1==M2 M1==P1 M1!=P2 M2==P1 M2!=P2 P1!=P2 Rule: Biggest matching group (M1 M2 P1) Valid Shelf FRU Info is M1 (Shelf Address y) Updating Shelf FRU Info P2 where y: y is 3 for ATCA shelf 3 y is 4 for ATCA shelf 4 To start the software on the Shelf Manager boards. Close the telnet session on the JAXSMM.20 ../shelf_fru_validation -w -u The following message is displayed: ATCA-M100 Shelf FRU Info Validation Tool V1.... Close the telnet session on the JBXOMCP. available (1130 bytes) Looking for Shelf FRU Info M2 at 0x12/254. type: # sv_stop Launch the validation tool in write mode in order to update the FRU info: # cd /usr/bin # .3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack Align the JAXPC Boards 18.. available (1172 bytes) Looking for Shelf FRU Info M1 at 0x0f/254. 18:01:39 Looking for Shelf FRU Info P1 at 0x14/001.. On the active SMM enter the following command: # sh seeprom-2..4 (Apr 17 2008. 58 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. 21..1.sh -e 2048 -k -l XY w SEEPROM seeprom_080408_1.

2 Replace JAXSSW The following table gives the JAXSSW ports allocation.20 59 / 100 .6.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. JAXSSW JAXSSW E T1 H E T2 H E T3 H E T4 H E T5 H E T6 H E T7 H E T8 H E T1 H E T2 H E T3 H E T4 H E T5 H E T6 H E T7 H E T8 H O O S O O S O K O K A C T A C T HS HS Variant before 3BK 27235 AACA From variant 3BK 27235 AACA on Figure 23: JAXSSW Rear Transition Module 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. Ethernet port 1 Main ATCA shelf Not used or Second ATCA shelf if rack shared LIU shelf OMC-R + CBC Not used EAB Not used Not used NEM Second ATCA Shelf First ATCA shelf 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Table 4: JAXSSW Ethernet Connections The following figure shows the JAXSSW front view.

This indicates that the JBXSSW is informing the shelf manager about its desire to power down its payload. but do not unplug the corresponding JBXSSW front plate. Insert the JAXSSW into the shelf by placing the top and bottom edges in the card guides of the slot.3) for details. treats the JBXSSW and the JAXSSW as one single unit. From BSC terminal or OMC-R.6. 6. Hook the lower and the upper handle into the shelf rail recesses. 2. do not press on the face plate but use the handles. Slide the JAXSSW into the slot 7.2 Insert JAXSSW To insert a JAXSSW: 1. Loosen two front plate screws. 3. This indicates that the front blade is informing the shelf manager about its desire to power up the payload of both the front blade and the JAXSSW. Identify the board to be replaced. 2. The blue LED on the front blade starts to flash. Open handles of the JAXSSW. This indicates that the JAXSSW’s MMC is powered up. Instead the JAXSSW must be installed while the JBXSSW is powered down and then both the JBXSSW and the JAXSSW have to be powered up together. The JAXSSW’s blue hot swap LED is switched ON. 5. From BSC terminal or OMC-R initialize/unlock the corresponding SSW_HW (JBXSSW). 60 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. 5. 4. 3. disable the corresponding SSW_HW (JBXSSW) of the front blade in order to power down its payload. 9.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack The shelf management controller in the shelf where the JAXSSW is to be installed. 8. Locate the slot the JAXSSW is to be installed into the shelf’s rear which must be the same as that of the front blade.1) for the related JBXSSW board. Wait until the blue LED on the front blade is ON.6.2. Ensure that the top and the bottom handles of the JAXSSW are in outward position. When plugging the JAXSSW in or removing it. 3.2.5.1 Remove JAXSSW To remove a JAXSSW: 1. Refer to Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1. 7. The blue LEDs of both the JBXSSW and the JAXSSW start to flash. Verify the cable labels and note the position for each cable.6. Fully insert the RTM and lock it to the shelf by pressing the two components of the lower and the upper handles together and turning the handles towards the face plate. For this reason it is not possible to install the JAXSSW while the JBXSSW is powered up. 6. Remove JAXSSW from rails of slot. 4. Remove interface cables from front plate connectors. Perform the tasks listed in Remove JBXSSW (Section 3.20 . 3. This indicates that the JBXSSW payload is powered down.

Wait until the blue LEDs of both the front blade and the JAXSSW are OFF./mx_setVlan -fs SSWx where: x is 1.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 10. Close the terminal window. Connect all the cables to the JAXSSW in the initial position. 12.The IP address for LMT is 172. if SSW2 was replaced. 14. 17. A switched OFF blue LED indicates that the payload of the respective blade or JAXSSW has been powered up and is active. 15. Open a telnet session on the active JBXOMCP # telnet 172.0. 16. Tighten both face plate screws on the JAXSSW.t. VLAN configuration is also displayed. if SSW1 was replaced x is 2. The VLAN configuration is finished when the following message is displayed SSWx F300 Vlan configuration done and persisted. Connect the Ethernet cable between LMT to the operational JAXSSW on port 8.x. Configure the VLAN of the new JBXSSW root@OMCP_x:~# cd /root root@OMCP_x:.y. 13. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.251 where: x is 17 if the replaced JBXSSW is JBXSSW2 x is 18 if the replaced JBXSSW is JBXSSW1.x where: t is 17 if the replaced JBXSSW is JBXSSW1 t is 18 if the replaced JBXSSW is JBXSSW2 y is 3 for ATCA shelf 3 y is 4 for ATCA shelf 4 x is 30 for JBXOMCP1 x is 40 for JBXOMCP2. 11.20 61 / 100 .

20 . JAXSMM OOS OK ACT OK (Power) LED H/S H/S (Hot Swap) LED Handle switch Ejector ring Figure 24: Shelf Manager Board 3. Check if the JAXSMM which should be removed is in stand-by 3. Wait until the blue LED is ON permanently 6. Remove board from shelf using the ejector ring. Lock the JAXSMM if it is active 4. The two Shelf Manager Cards slots.3 Replace JAXSMM Prerequisites: The following prerequisites must be available in order to perform the scenario: Screwdriver Wrist strap. located on the right side of the PEMs.6.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. Identify the board to be replaced. Unfasten screws of front plate until handle switch is detached from front plate of the board 7.3) for details.6.3. 62 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. 2. are numbered from 1 on the right to 2 on the left on the back side of each side of the subrack chassis. Refer to Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1.1 Remove JAXSMM To remove a JAXSMM card: 1. The blue LED blinks indicating that the board power down process is ongoing 5.

Figure 25: JAXSMM .20 63 / 100 .3.2 Insert JAXSMM When inserting the board make sure that the handle switch is in the correct position (see figure 25).6.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3.Handle Switch Positions 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.

9. The alignment protrusion facilitates the insertion and prevents bent pins. 5. Slide the board into the shelf until you feel resistance. 6. Type the username: root and the password: root 11.y. 7. Ensure that the guiding module of shelf and board are aligned properly. Unlock the JAXSMM board. 4.3} {SHELF_MANAGER_SLOT.y. Connect the Ethernet cable to the JAXSSW1 (port ETH8) 8.x where: z is 17 for JAXSMM1 z is 18 for JAXSMM2 y is 3 for ATCA shelf 3 y is 4 for ATCA shelf 4 x is 8 for JAXSMM1 x is 9 for JAXSMM2. The switched OFF blue LED indicates that the board is activated. Tighten the screws at the top and the bottom of the board.0}{ADVANCEDTCA_CHASSIS.3} {SHELF_MANAGER_SLOT. ATCA-M100 resource: 58. Insert the board into the shelf by placing the top and bottom edges of the board in the card guides of the shelf. open a connection on the active JAXSMM # telnet 172. 10. The blue LED blinks. 3.x where: y is 3 for ATCA shelf 3 y is 4 for ATCA shelf 4 x is 30 if JBXOMCP1 is active x is 40 if JBXOMCP2 is active.8}.20 . Get the resource number: hpiupgrade | grep M100 Below is given an output example for this command: resource: 30. Wait until the blue LED is lit.z.1} {SHELF_MANAGMENT_CONTROLLER. {RACK. Open a telnet session on the active station # telnet 172.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack To insert the JAXSMM: 1. 2.2} 64 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.17.0}{ADVANCEDTCA_CHASSIS. From the telnet session window. {RACK. Wait until the blue LED is switched OFF. In this way the ejector handle is closed and the board can be powered.

<Shelf Geographical Address>} where the Shelf Geographical Address is: 3 for shelf 3 4 for shelf 4 14. Reboot the replacement JAXSMM: hpireset3 -r <Resource> reset resource <Resource>: rv = 0 where Resource is given in bold by the output in the previous step as follows: First resource number (30 in the given example) is for the active JAXSMM Second resource number (58 in the given example) is for the standby JAXSMM.20 65 / 100 . 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. 13. Close the telnet session.9}.0}{ADVANCEDTCA_CHASSIS. Check the shelf address: hpishaddr <Shelf Geographical Address> 03 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 shelf address: <Shelf Geographical Address> shelf entity path: {RACK. ATCA-M100 12.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack {SHELF_MANAGMENT_CONTROLLER.

4 Replace JBXPS If any JBXPS for which alarms or other issues are reported has the power breaker in OFF position. replace the module following the appropriate method.20 . 66 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. do not switch the power breaker to ON.in) Max Figure 27: Power Entry Module from Variant 3BK 27342 AACA On The Power Entry Modules are numbered from 1 on the left to 4 on the right of the rear view of the subrack chassis.12 Nm (8 Ibf.12 Nm (8 Ibf. Power ON I O OFF OSS (Out Of Service) LED OK +(RETURN) + Operating Voltage−44VDC to−72VDC Maximum Current 60A Torque Nut 7.6. Power OK ON I O OFF +(RETURN) Operating Voltage−44VDC to−72VDC Maximum Current 50A Torque Nut 7. PEM handle switch handle closed open H/S Hot Swat LED − (POWER) − (POWER) OSS (Out Of Service) LED Polarity LED Power LED OOS Rev.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3.in) Max Figure 26: Power Entry Module for Variants Before 3BK 27342 AACA Hot Swat LED H/S l OSS (Out Of Service) LED OOS Rev.

If the power lugs are energized you should: Remove the JBXPS carefully without touching the lugs. Switch OFF the breaker on JBXPS.4. 5. 4. do not switch the power breaker to ON. On JBXPS (realization variants before 3BK 27342 AACA) switch the H/S handle to "open".6. 3. The following table gives the breaker on PDU corresponding to each JBXPS in JSXATCA shelves. then RETURN) from the JBXPS studs Ensure that the power lugs are not energized before removing the screws.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. JBXPS1 (left) Shelf 3 Shelf 4 A3 A1 JBXPS2 JBXPS3 JBXPS4 (right) B3 B1 B3 B1 A3 A1 3. 2.4. 3. nuts. Switch OFF the breaker on Power Distribution Unit (PDU) corresponding to the JBXPS to be switched OFF.1 Disconnect the Power Supply from JBXPS To disconnect the power supply from JBXPS: 1. Select tools carefully. Unfasten the four JBXPS screws. Identify the JBXPS to be switched OFF. Remove the rubber protection on the power cables to access the studs.6. let it cool down before pulling it out with bare hands. Since the JBXPS can be hot. in order to prevent a short circuit. The blue H/S LED will blink (short intervals) and then remain steadily lit. and lockwashers Loose the screws. Unplug the JBXPS from its location.2 Remove the JBXPS To remove the JBXPS: 1. Refer to Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1. 2. replace the module following the appropriate method. If any JBXPS for which alarms or other issues are reported has the power breaker in OFF position.20 67 / 100 .3) for details. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. Unfasten the power cables (POWER.

3 Insert JBXPS To insert a JBXPS: 1. Switch the breaker of the new JBXPS to "ON". 4.6. Turn ON the power distribution feeding the JBXPS with the breaker located on the PDU. On JBXPS (realization variants before 3BK 27342 AACA) switch the H/S handle to "closed". Check that the “Rev.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. 5.4. 2. Do not switch ON the breaker of the new JBXPS if the Rev.6. Power LED is ON. Ensure that the breaker of the new JBXPS is "OFF".4 Re-connect the Power Supply to JBXPS To re-connect the power supply to JBXPS: 1. 3. 2. Plug the replacement JBXPS into its location.4. 6. 3. 4. The blue H/S LED will blink (long intervals) and then turn OFF. 5. On JBXPS realization variants before 3BK 27342 AACA: The blue H/S LED will remain steadily lit. On JBXPS starting with realization variants 3BK 27342 AACA: The blue H/S LED will blink (long intervals) and then turn OFF. 68 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. Power” LED is OFF. Fasten the power cables (RETURN and POWER) to the JBXPS studs. Fasten the 4 JBXPS screws. switch OFF the corresponding breakers and check power polarity on JBXPS terminals. If Rev. 3. Slip the isolation sleeves over the 2-hole lugs. On JBXPS (realization variants before 3BK 27342 AACA) ensure that H/S handle of the new JBXPS is "open". Check that the "OK" LED is ON. Power LED is ON.20 .

5. For identifying the corresponding SBL refer to Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1. until the takeover is complete. 2.3). front and rear.20 69 / 100 .5 Replace JAXFILL Unused slots. Slide JAXFILLr into the shelf until you feel resistance 2. Reset the SBL corresponding to the active board. 3. Refer to Start the Terminal Software section from 9130 BSC Evolution Terminal User Guide.5.1). The JAXFILL are used to create the appropriate air flow within the subrack. 3. Wait 5 minutes. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.6.1 Remove JAXFILL To remove an ATCA rear filler: 1. 3. must be equipped with fillers. For SBL reset procedure refer to Reset SBL section from 9130 BSC Evolution Terminal User Guide. Tighten the front plate screws which secure the board to the shelf.1).6.1 Board Takeover To perform a board takeover. only if the impacted board is the active one: 1. Unfasten screws of front plate until board is detached from shelf 2.7. Start the 9130 BSC Evolution Terminal software.7.4.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. 3.2). 4. Remove JAXFILL from shelf. Remove the Board (in section 3.7. check the ACT LED status on the boards front panel. The reset of the active board will trigger a board takeover.2 Insert JAXFILL To insert an JAXFILL: 1. After the takeover is done.5. otherwise go to Remove Board (Section 3.7 Replace Battery on JBXOMCP/JBXCCP If the impacted board is the active one start with Board Takeover (Section 3. 3.6.

2 Remove Board To remove a board: 1. To prevent this damage. Ensure that the top and bottom ejector handles are in the outward position. The blue LED is switched OFF. 70 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. 2.3) for details. do not use a screw driver to remove the battery from its holder. PCB and battery holder damage Removing the battery with a screw driver may damage the PCB or the battery holder. It indicates the positive terminal of the battery. Insert the battery into the blade’s battery holder in such a way that the ’+’ on top of the battery is face up. Remove the board from its slot. 7. Unfasten screws of front plate until board is detached from shelf. From BSC terminal or OMC-R disable/lock the corresponding board.3 Replace Battery To replace the battery: 1.7. 3. 2. Simultaneously move the top and bottom ejector handles to the inward position. After some seconds the blue LED is switched OFF. 3. Ensure that the guiding module of shelf and board are aligned properly. 4. From BSC terminal or OMC-R initialize/unlock the corresponding board. 6.7. Slide the board into the shelf until you feel resistance.7. Tighten the front plate screws which secure the board to the shelf. Refer to Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1. Move the ejector handles outwards. 3. Insert the board in the initial slot. Identify the board to be replaced. Wait until the blue LED is illuminated again. Remove old battery. 5. 3. The blue LED blinks. 3.3 Maintain the ATCA Subrack 3. 8. 4. 5.20 . Locate the ’+’ sign on the new battery. 2. Wait until the blue LED is illuminated. Remove board from shelf. 5. Insert board into the shelf by placing the top and bottom edges of the board in the card guides of the shelf. 4.4 Insert Board To insert a board: 1.

4 Maintain the LIU Subrack 4 Maintain the LIU Subrack This section describes how to replace the following LIU subrack RITs: JBXLIU boards JBXMUX boards JBXPEM modules JBXDUM fillers. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.20 71 / 100 .

This is because the RITs work in hot-standby mode. In case of failure.1 Before You Start Impact on System As long as only one JBXPEM or JBXMUX is removed and replaced at any one time. If a RIT fails.4 Maintain the LIU Subrack 4. The following figure shows the front view of the LIU subrack. XPEM XLIU XLIU XLIU XLIU XLIU XLIU XLIU XLIU XMUX XMUX XLIU XLIU XLIU XLIU XLIU XLIU XLIU XLIU XPEM −48 / 60 VDC −48 / 60 VDC 4A 4A Figure 28: Front View of the LIU Subrack 72 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. a replacement must be organized as soon as possible to prevent traffic interruption.20 . the standby RIT takes over the tasks of faulty one. a replacement must be organized as soon as possible to minimize traffic interruption. The LIU subrack is equipped with: Line Interface Unit boards (JBXLIU) Power Entry Modules (JBXPEM) Multiplexing boards (JBXMUX). there is no impact on the system. When the LIU board is replaced there is a traffic outage. In case of failure.

3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. When the LIU board is replaced there is a traffic reduction for about 4 minutes. When replacing a LIU board the replacement board must support the same impedance as the replaced one.2 Replace LIU Board The following figure shows the 120 Ohm and 75 Ohm LIU boards. Screw JBXLIU Power/Fail Screw JBLIU75 Power/Fail Handle Screw Figure 29: LIU Board Handle Screw In case of failure. a replacement must be organized as soon as possible to minimize traffic interruption. Impact on System Note the following impact on the system: In case of LIU board connected to Abis interface: The telecommunications links for coresponding BTS connected to replaced board are lost.4 Maintain the LIU Subrack 4.20 73 / 100 . In case of LIU board connected to AterMux interface: The telecomunication links are reduced.

2 Insert LIU Board To insert the LIU board: 1. Fasten the top screw with the screwdriver. Remove the board from the shelf using the board handle. In the LIU shelf. 2.2. 74 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. Unfasten the bottom screw with the screwdriver. The bottom screw is located under the handle.3) for details.1 Remove LIU Board To remove LIU board: 1. Fasten the bottom screw with the screwdriver. Plug in the cable connector.4 Maintain the LIU Subrack 4. Refer to Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1. Unplug the cable connector.2. each slot unused by a board must be closed by a filler front panel. 3. 4. 2. Identify the board to be replaced. Insert using handle the board into the shelf until you feel resistance. Unfasten the top screw with the screwdriver. 4. 5. The bottom screw is located under the handle. 4. 3.20 .

Note: Make sure that the following actions are performed for the board to be replaced. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. If necessary.3) for details.4 Maintain the LIU Subrack 4.3.20 75 / 100 .3 Replace JBXPEM The following figure shows the JBXPEM. 4. Refer to Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1. 2. Make sure that the power cable to be disconnected is the one attached to the JBXPEM board to be replaced and for which the related power breaker on PDU was switched OFF. Unfasten the bottom screw with the screwdriver. Switch OFF the corresponding breaker on Power Distribution Unit (PDU). Unfasten the top screw with the screwdriver. cut the cable ties used for power cable fixation.1 Remove JBXPEM To remove JBXPEM: 1. Screw PEM −48 / 60 VDC 4A Handle Figure 30: JBXPEM Board 4. The bottom screw is located under the handle. JBXPEM A (left) Shelf JSXLIU1 Shelf JSXLIU2 A4 A2 JBXPEM B (right) B4 B2 3. The LED on both JBXPEM boards turns to orange. Identify the board to be replaced. The following table gives the breaker on PDU corresponding to each JBXPEM in JSXLIU shelves. 5.

Insert using handle the board with the power cable attached into the shelf until you feel resistance. Fasten the top screw with the screwdriver. Fasten the bottom screw with the screwdriver.2. The bottom screw is located under the handle. 4.3.3.2 Insert JBXPEM Before inserting the new JBXPEM check the new board ICS.3. 3. Insert using handle the board with the power cable attached into the shelf until you feel resistance. 4.20 . 4.1 Insert JBXPEM in Case of ICS 01 To insert the LIU PEM: 1. Remove the board from the shelf using the board handle. Connect the power cable to the board.2).3. 76 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. Fasten the bottom screw with the screwdriver.2. Switch ON the corresponding breaker on PDU. 5. Partially insert the board into slot rails. Depending on new board ICS apply the appropriate case: Insert JBXPEM in Case of ICS 01 (Section 4.2.4 Maintain the LIU Subrack 6.1) Insert JBXPEM in Case of ICS 02 or Newer (Section 4. 2. 2. Disconnect the power cable. 4. 6. 7.3. Switch ON the corresponding breaker on PDU. 5.2. Connect the power cable to the board. 3. 4. Fasten the top screw with the screwdriver.2 Insert JBXPEM in Case of ICS 02 or Newer To insert the LIU PEM: 1. back connectors are not reached yet. The bottom screw is located under the handle.

3) for details. 4.4. 2.20 77 / 100 . Screw MUX Power/Fail Active Test Ethernet Connection to SSW board Gbe Handle Figure 31: JBXMUX Board 4. Unfasten the top screw with the screwdriver.4 Maintain the LIU Subrack 4. To remove the JBXMUX: 1. Disconnect the Ethernet cable. the board must be reset before removing it. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. Unfasten the bottom screw with the screwdriver. The bottom screw is located under the handle. In case of removing the active board. 3.1 Remove JBXMUX RESTRICTION 3BKA20FBR209413 When the standby JBXMUX board is unplugged from the JSXLIU shelf. Identify the board to be replaced.4 Replace JBXMUX Board The following figure shows the JBXMUX board. Refer to Board/Area/Slot/SBL Mapping (Section 1. the following alarms are displayed on the 9130 BSC Evolution Terminal: BSC 1 ECU 2 LIU-SHELF 001 MUX-TAKEOVER BSC 1 ECU 1 LIU-SHELF 001 MUX-TAKEOVER It is the consequence of a double JBXMUX takeover.

Connect the Ethernet cable from the corresponding JBXSSW: JBXMUX1 is connected to JBXSSW1 JBXMUX2 is connected to JBXSSW2. Fasten the top screw with the screwdriver. 6. into the shelf until you feel resistance. If the alarm is not present continue with the next step. If this alarm is present. 5. using the handle. 4. 3. As a confirmation. Fasten the bottom screw with the screwdriver. 2. 78 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. It means that the firmware upgrade already started. Insert the board. Check that also the “FIRMWARE-NOT-UP-TO-DATE” is cleared. Close the front doors of the BSC. Using the BSC terminal check if the alarm “FIRMWARE-NOT-UP-TO-DATE” is reported for the replacement board. Remove the board from the shelf using the board handle.4.2 Insert JBXMUX To insert the JBXMUX: 1.4 Maintain the LIU Subrack Removing the JBXMUX with the Ethernet cable connected leads to loss of the telecom traffic for up to 10 minutes. it means that a newer NE1oE firmware version is available. 4. Wait for the firmware upgrade process to finish.20 . 5. It takes about 10 minutes. The process is finished when the alarm “FIRMWARE-UPGRADE” is cleared. The bottom screw is located under the handle. the alarm “FIRMWARE-UPGRADE” is raised.

3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.1 Remove JBXDUM To remove JBXDUM filler: 1.5.4 Maintain the LIU Subrack 4. 2. 4. Fit the filler into position. Fasten the top screw with the screwdriver.2 Replace JBXDUM To replace JBXDUM filler: 1. JBXDUM Figure 32: JBXDUM Filler 4. 2. 3.20 79 / 100 . 3.5. Unfasten the top screw with the screwdriver. Unfasten the bottom screw with the screwdriver. Fasten the bottom screw with the screwdriver.5 Replace LIU Front Filler The following figure shows the JBXDUM filler. Remove the JBXDUM filler.

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3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.20 81 / 100 . It includes cable lists and connector position schematics for: Telecommunications Subrack Control Station Server.5 9130 BSC Evolution Cables 5 9130 BSC Evolution Cables This section lists all cables used in the BSC.

5 9130 BSC Evolution Cables 5. JSXPDU JSXATCA Shelf 4 (BSC2) 1234567890123456789 Air outlet 1234567890123456789 1234567890123456789 JSXATCA Shelf 3 (BSC1) JAXSSW JAXSSW JBXPS JBXPS JBXPS JBXPS −(POWER) −(POWER) −(POWER) −(POWER) JAXSMM JAXSMM JAXPC JAXPC JAXSMM OOS OK ACT JAXSMM OOS OK ACT JAXPC OOS OK ACT JAXPC OOS OK ACT GND +(RETURN) +(RETURN) +(RETURN) +(RETURN) H/S H/S H/S H/S JSXLIU Shelf 2 (BSC2) JSXLIU Shelf 1 (BSC1) Figure 33: 9130 BSC Evolution Rack Intervention Levels There are some cables with the ends marked with labels accordingly to the place where this end should be placed. each end (may have) a label on which is written: Subrack’s corresponding intervention level or/and Board’s slot number or/and or/and Board’s connector related information.20 . 82 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. For example.1 Intervention Levels The following figure shows the 9130 BSC Evolution rack intervention levels. Consequently. pay attention to this labels when connect the cables. for cables interconnecting 2 different subracks.

only two JBXPS power modules are used. JAXFILL P01 M75 Not Used JBXSSW JBXSSW JBXCCP JBXCCP JBXCCP JBXCCP JBXCCP JBXCCP JBXTP JBXTP 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.20 83 / 100 .5 9130 BSC Evolution Cables The following figure gives the intervention level for the front RITs. JAXSSW JAXSSW JAXFILL JAXFILL JAXFILL JAXFILL JAXFILL JAXFILL JAXFILL JAXFILL JAXFILL JAXFILL JAXFILL M74 − (POWER) M73 P01 M72 − (POWER) M71 P01 M70 M69 − (POWER) M68 P01 M67 − (POWER) M66 P01 M65 M64 X01 M63 X01 M62 M61 O I +(RETURN) +(RETURN) O I P02 +(RETURN) O I P02 +(RETURN) O X01 X01 I P02 P02 P02 M83 M82 M81 M80 M79 M78 M77 M76 Figure 35: ATCA Rear View (with Cable Positions) Note: Starting from ATCA subrack variant 3BK 27291 ABxx on. CLOSED / 0PEN H/S OOS CLOSED / OPEN H/S OOS M15 CLOSED / OPEN H/S OOS M17 CLOSED / OPEN H/S OOS M16 M18 JBXOMCP JBXOMCP Not Used M01 M02 M03 M04 M05 M06 M07 M08 M09 M10 M11 M12 M13 M14 M19 Figure 34: ATCA Front View (with Cable Positions) The following figure gives the intervention level for the rear RITs.

2 ATCA Subrack Cables Cable Mnemo Item Reference Cord From (device. connector) Z (A). M82/P01 AB. M81/P01 AB. P15 Z (B).20 . Description of the platform Shelf (chassis) Switches Board ARTM JBXOMCP boards Board ARTM JBXCCP boards Board M07 & M08 M67 & M68 M06 & M09 M66 & M69 M64 . P21 Z (B). P12 Z (A). M81/P02 To (device. pay attention to this labels when connect the cables. connector) AB.5 9130 BSC Evolution Cables There are some cables with the ends marked with labels accordingly to the place where this end should be placed. M82/P02 AB. The following table gives the boards position in the ATCA shelf and part numbers. M83/P02 AB. Consequently. M83/P01 AB. P11 Z (A).M71 JBXTP Board M01 & M02 3BK 26859 AA Alcatel-Lucent part numbers Position 1AF 04442 AD 3BK 27237 AA 1AF 04448 AA 1AF 04452 AC 1AF 04451 AA 3BK 27231 AA Table 5: ATCA Configuration 5.M65 & M70 . P22 JL16H2M6 (CJ) blue (-48V) blue-black (0V) JL16H2M6 (CJ) blue (-48V) blue-black (0V) JL16H2M6 (CJ) blue (-48V) blue-black (0V) 84 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. P25 Z (A).

device. P16 JL16H2M6 (CJ) blue (-48V) blue-black (0V) Table 6: Power Cords for ATCA 5.20 85 / 100 .5 9130 BSC Evolution Cables Cable Mnemo Item Reference Cord From (device. P26 Z (B). connector) LIU / MUX1 LIU / MUX2 To (rack. M68 / X02 Table 7: Cable List for GE Links between LIU and ATCA 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. device. connector) AB. connector) ALETHC (CL) ALETHC (CL) ATCA. connector) Z (B).3 LIU Subrack Cables Cable Mnemo Item Reference From (rack. M80/P02 To (device. M67 / X02 ATCA. M80/P01 AB.

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Tool collecting on-demand traces/logs 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.6 Software Procedures 6 Software Procedures This section describes how to: Modify Community String Name Software and Hardware Diagnosis Modify BSC IP Subnetwork Address.20 87 / 100 .

17.y. The Community String must be the same as the one defined at OMCR side./mpRumSetSnmpPasswd <OLD SNMP PASSWD> <NEW SNMP PASSWD 1> <NEW SNMP PASSWD 2> This command modifies the community string name in the snmpd.20 .y. Connect on active OMCP using terminal telnet 172.17. Close the terminal window 172.y. The <NEW SNMP PASSWD 1> must be egual to <NEW SNMP PASSWD 2>.x corresponding to active OMCP.x.1 Modify Community String Name To modify Community String name: 1.17. 88 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. type the following command: cd /usr/local/bin/ .conf configuration file. The SNMP Password is also known as Community String.x Where: y is 3 for Shelf 3 y is 4 for Shelf 4 x is 30 for OMCP1 x is 40 for OMCP2 2.6 Software Procedures 6. The <OLD SNMP PASSWD> must be known. Type the username: root and the password: alcatel 3.local. In the terminal window 172. 4.

6. select BSC. In the ’SubNbr’ field.log **** **** Trace File : /var/log/MX/trace/files/AuditMxBSC. In the ’Unit Number’ field. Open generated AuditMxBSC.log file from /var/log/MX/logs/ directory. 9. 1. 4.1 2. 6.33. Type the username: root and the password: alcatel 3.17. In the ’SBL Type’ field. To start audit shelf script type: cd /usr/local/bin . **** CONCLUSION **** **** Number of Errors : 0 **** **** Number of TraceWarning : 0 **** **** Log File : /var/log/MX/logs/AuditMxBSC. 4. 8. From BSC terminal follow the menu path: Commands -> Equipment Handling -> SBL Reset The "SBL Reset" window appears.6 Software Procedures 6.trace **** Check that there are NO errors. enter the SBL number. Connect on active OMCP board using terminal telnet 172. select BSC. enter the SBL sub-number. select SBL. 5. In the ’Unit Type’ field./mx_chkSanity Wait until the prompter is active. 3. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. Perform the Software and Hardware Diagnosis (Section 6. 2.3 Reset BSC To reset the BSC: 1. In the ’Nbr’ field. enter the unit number.2) before any BSC reset. In the ’Object Class’ field. 7. Check the status of the BSC.2 Software and Hardware Diagnosis Note: It is recommended that this task to be performed for each OMCP board.20 89 / 100 . Click on [ OK ] to reset the BSC.

6 Software Procedures 6.1.4.20 .1 General Information 6.4.4 Modify 9130 BSC Evolution IP Configuration 6.1 IP Assignment Rules in 9130 BSC Evolution with the 2 LAN Solution Short Name A1 IP Address Assigned to Start_OAM_IP_addr_A 9130 BSC Evolution OMCP1 (for O&M traffic) 9130 BSC Evolution OMCP2 (for O&M traffic) 9130 BSC Evolution active OMCP (for O&M traffic) 9130 MFS Evolution active OMCP (for O&M traffic) Reserved for spare External Alarm Box Reserved for spare A2 Start_OAM_IP_addr_A + 1 A3 Start_OAM_IP_addr_A + 2 A4 Start_OAM_IP_addr_A + 3 A5 A6 A7 Start_OAM_IP_addr_A + 4 Start_OAM_IP_addr_A + 5 Start_OAM_IP_addr_A + 6 Table 8: IP Assignment in 9130 BSC Evolution External Subnet A 90 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.

3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.20 91 / 100 .6 Software Procedures Short Name B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 IP Address Assigned to Start_IP_addr_B Start_IP_addr_B + 1 Start_IP_addr_B + 2 Start_IP_addr_B + 3 Start_IP_addr_B + 4 Start_IP_addr_B + 5 9130 BSC Evolution OMCP1 ETH0 9130 BSC Evolution OMCP2 ETH0 Reserved for spare 9130 MFS Evolution active OMCP ETH0 Reserved for spare External Router 1 or active TPGSM ETH0 Reserved for spare B7 Start_IP_addr_B + 6 Table 9: IP Assignment in 9130 BSC Evolution External Subnet B Short Name C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 IP Address Assigned to Start_IP_addr_C Start_IP_addr_C + 1 Start_IP_addr_C + 2 Start_IP_addr_C + 3 Start_IP_addr_C + 4 Start_IP_addr_C + 5 9130 BSC Evolution OMCP1 ETH1 9130 BSC Evolution OMCP2 ETH1 Reserved for spare 9130 MFS Evolution active OMCP ETH1 Reserved for spare External Router 2 or active TPGSM ETH1 Reserved for spare C7 Start_IP_addr_C + 6 Table 10: IP Assignment in 9130 BSC Evolution External Subnet C In 2 LAN configuration SubnetB +5 and SubnetC +5 are used as external router address.

The boards can be directly accessed through an IP address in Subnets A.20 .6 Software Procedures 6.4. External Alarm Box A2-OAM2 Start_OAM_IP_addr_A + 1 A3-OAM3 Start_OAM_IP_addr_A + 2 A4-OAM4 Start_OAM_IP_addr_A + 3 A6-OAM6 Start_OAM_IP_addr_A + 5 Table 11: IP Assignment in 9130 BSC Evolution External Subnet A Note: The recommended connection for the External Alarm Box is direct to the edge Switch / Router. Short Name A1-OAM1 IP Address Assigned to Start_OAM_IP_addr_A 9130 BSC Evolution OMCP1 (for O&M traffic) 9130 BSC Evolution OMCP2 (for O&M traffic) 9130 BSC Evolution active OMCP (for O&M traffic) 9130 BSC Evolution IP address used for reachability test on the stand-by switch side.1. No MLPPP on Ater is used in case of one-LAN.2 IP Assignment Rules in 9130 BSC Evolution with the 1 LAN Solution In case the one-LAN solution is chosen. 92 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. Subnets B and C are no more used.

Gateway_IP_Addr_C 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.1. Required in the two-LAN solution.3 Parameters in 9130 BSC Evolution The table below lists the parameters used to assign the external IP addresses to the 9130 BSC Evolution usign the BSC terminal.4.20 93 / 100 .6 Software Procedures 6. Parameter Name General Parameters IP_Ethernet_Topology Indicates whether a one-LAN or two-LAN solution is used Possible value: One-LAN Two-LAN Default value: two-LAN Extraction_Point Indicates whether the O&M traffic goes over MLPPP on Ater interface Default value: Direct Purpose Comments For Subnet A Subnet_Mask_A Gives the mask of the MxBSC external subnet A Defines the starting O&M IP address in Subnet A Default value: A1/24 Start_OAM_IP_Addr_A Default value: NA For Subnet B Subnet_Mask_B Gives the mask of the MxBSC external subnets B Defines the starting IP address in Subnet B Default value: B/24 Start_IP_Addr_B For Subnet C Subnet_Mask_C Default value: NA Gives the mask of the MxBSC external subnets C Defines the starting IP address in Subnet C Default value: C/24 Start_IP_Addr_C Static routes Gateway_IP_Addr_B Default value: NA Defines the IP address of the gateway in Subnet B Defines the IP address of the gateway in Subnet C Default value: NA Required in the two-LAN solution Default value: NA.

4. The Virtual IP address is 172.6 Software Procedures 6.2 Modify BSC IP Subnetwork Address To modify IP subnets address with BSC terminal: 1. select BSC In ’Unit Type’. 94 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. type the new IP subnet C address of the BSC In the ’BSC IP C MASK’. The "Declare BSC Peer Entities" window opens. Wait for a DECLARE BSC PEER ENTITIES successful message in the "Compressed Report View" window. type the new IP MLPP (IP bandwidth) of the BSC. 4. 8. Open the BSC terminal From the Windows desktop. 3. Click on [ OK ] to save the changes.3 tab and complete the fields as follows: In the ’EXTERNAL ROUTER SUBNET B’. click on Start -> Programs -> WinBSC -> 9130 BSC –> B10 –> Windows 9130 BSC BSC Terminal B10. Click on the Address . Complete the following fields: In ’Object Class’. type the new IP subnet address In the ’BSC IP B MASK’. Close BSC terminal. 5. select BSC In ’Unit Number’. 9. enter 1. type the new IP subnet C mask address of the BSC In the ’IP MLPP:’. type the new IP address for External Router interface connected to Subnet B. Switch to master user mode. follow the menu path: Commands -> BSS Operations -> Dis Declare BSC Peer Entities The "Display Dec BSC Peer Entities" window opens. type the new IP subnet B mask address of the BSC In the ’BSC IP SUB NET C:’.17. and enter the Virtual IP address of the BSC.1 2. 6.20 . Select the ’Get and Modify’ option.33.2 tab and complete the fields as follows: In the ’BSC IP SUB NET B:’. From the BSC Terminal menu bar. Click on [ OK ]. The ’IP MLPP:’ parameter is used only for TC and MSC extraction mode configuration. 10. type the new IP address for External Router interface connected to Subnet C. Click on the Address . 7. In the ’EXTERNAL ROUTER SUBNET C’.

Complete the following fields: In ’Object Class’. 4.6 Software Procedures 6. Wait for a DECLARE BSC PEER ENTITIES successful message in the "Compressed Report View" window. select BSC In ’Unit Number’. 5.17. and enter the Virtual IP address of the BSC. Open the BSC terminal From the Windows desktop.3 Modify BSC IP Configuration from 1 LAN to 2 LANs When the BSC IP configuration is changed from 1 LAN to 2 LANs there is a traffic outage for up to 15 minutes. 3. select BSC In ’Unit Type’. 2. From the BSC Terminal menu bar.3 tab. The Virtual IP address is 172. 8. To modify BSC IP configuration from 1 LAN to 2 LANs with BSC terminal: 1. Click on [ OK ] to save the changes. 12. Close BSC terminal. 6. Change addresses on external router from 1 LAN configuration to 2 LANs configuration.20 95 / 100 . 9.4. Select the Address . enter 1. 10.33. In the ’IP ETHERNET TOPOLOGY’ field select ’2_LAN’’ The following fields become available: ’EXTERNAL ROUTER SUBNET B’ ’EXTERNAL ROUTER SUBNET C’ The ’External Router OM 1 LAN’ field is greyed (not available). Select the ’Get and Modify’ option.3 tab in "Declare BSC Peer Entities" window and check that the new configuration is reported. In the ’EXTERNAL ROUTER SUBNET B’ and ’EXTERNAL ROUTER SUBNET C’ fields enter the IP addresses of the external router accordingly. Click on [ OK ]. click on Start -> Programs -> WinBSC -> 9130 BSC –> B10 –> Windows 9130 BSC BSC Terminal B10. 11. 13. Open again the Address . The "Declare BSC Peer Entities" window opens. The BSC automatically resets at the end of this task. 7. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. Switch to master user mode. follow the menu path: Commands -> BSS Operations -> Dis Declare BSC Peer Entities The "Display Dec BSC Peer Entities" window opens.1.

96 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. The "Declare BSC Peer Entities" window opens. The Virtual IP address is 172.3 tab in "Declare BSC Peer Entities" window and check that the new configuration is reported. Complete the following fields: In ’Object Class’.The following fields are greyed (not available): ’EXTERNAL ROUTER SUBNET B’ ’EXTERNAL ROUTER SUBNET C’ 9. 10.3 tab.1. Open the BSC terminal From the Windows desktop. The BSC automatically resets at the end of this task. To modify BSC IP configuration from 2 LANs to 1 LAN with BSC terminal: 1. 4. follow the menu path: Commands -> BSS Operations -> Dis Declare BSC Peer Entities The "Display Dec BSC Peer Entities" window opens. 11. Select the ’Get and Modify’ option. Close BSC terminal.20 . Wait for a DECLARE BSC PEER ENTITIES successful message in the "Compressed Report View" window.6 Software Procedures 6. 13. In the ’IP ETHERNET TOPOLOGY’ field select ’1_LAN’ The ’External Router OM 1 LAN’ field becomes available. 12. 7.17. Click on [ OK ] to save the changes.4 Modify BSC IP Configuration from 2 LANs to 1 LAN When the BSC IP configuration is changed from 2 LANs to 1 LAN there is a traffic outage for up to 15 minutes. 2.33. In the ’External Router OM 1 LAN’ field enter the IP address of the external router accordingly. 8. Open again the Address . Switch to master user mode. enter 1. From the BSC Terminal menu bar. and enter the Virtual IP address of the BSC. 6. select BSC In ’Unit Number’. 5. 3. select BSC In ’Unit Type’. Select the Address . Change addresses on external router from 2 LANs configuration to 1 LAN configuration.4. click on Start -> Programs -> WinBSC -> 9130 BSC –> B10 –> Windows 9130 BSC BSC Terminal B10. Click on [ OK ].

PS. If the operator selects restore.xxy (the xx.5. ATRUNK only) (Section 6.10) 6. the script will go through steps 6. PS.1 Backup/Restore/Stop Trace Selection The script will prompt a message for operator to make a selection: Backup/Restore/Stop trace [B/R/S] If the operator select backup.20 97 / 100 .2 to 6.xxy is according the package release).8) Get Trace Files from CCP Boards (Section 6. the script restores all trace data in the secure space back to their original place.5) Wait Enough Time for Telecom Trace Collection (For CS.7) Wait Enough Time for Trace Dumped to Disk (Section 6.5.2) Get Problem Type: (OAM. PS. Only the one on the active OMCP can be launched.5.5.5. PS. ATRUNK only) (Section 6. Restore function helps the operator to restore all secured data back to their original place. the script sends Message C to the TRF Master and exit immidately.1) Get Start/End Time of Trace Collection Period (Section 6. If the partition disk usage is more than 50%.5. ATRUNK only) (Section 6.5.5 Tool Collecting On-Demand Traces/Logs The script is under /common/bsc/SCPRDISK/. the operator can undo the previous trace backup command. no restore is done on the disk.6 Software Procedures 6. named TCKNAXxx. The trace data includes following items: Realtime Trace MXPF Trace/logs DLS Core files BSC Version MXPF Version Patch Names 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.9.4) Send Telecom Trace Config to TRF Master (For CS.3) Get Telecom Trace Collect Period/id (For CS. If the operator selects stop trace.5.5. CS.5.5. The script has following phases: Backup/Restore/Stop Trace Selection (Section 6. With this function.5. ATRUNK) (Section 6.5.9) Clean Secure Disk Space & Move Required Trace Data Into it on Both OMCP (Section 6.6) Trigger All VCE to Dump the Remaining Trace (Section 6.

Notice that the time here represents the time of trace file generating.5.5.20 .txt save the total data size in a secure folder: /var/log/secured/secure-size.2 Get Start/End Time of Trace Collection Period The script prompts: Enter the start time of trace data [YYYYMMDDHHMM]: Enter the end time of trace data [YYYYMMDDHHMM]: The time is collected in hteformat of YYYYMMddHHmm.5. 6. he can skip steps 6. MXPF version & patch names: /var/log/secured/BSC-General. ATRUNK) The script prompts: Enter the problem type [OAM|CS|PS|ATRUNK]: There are 4 problem types: O&M related CS general PS general Atrunk related If operator selects OAM.3 Get Problem Type: (OAM.4 to 6. CS.6 Software Procedures The folder structure in trace secure is as follows: save BSC.5. PS.txt save DLS file: /var/log/secured/DLS/ save core files: /var/log/secured/core save mxpf common trace files: /var/log/secured/mxpf/common save mxpf common trace files that have not been merged yet: /var/log/secured/mxpf/common/nomerged/ save mxpf log files: /var/log/secured/mxpf/logs save mxpf log files that have not been merged yet: /var/log/secured/mxpf/logs/nomerged save mxpf srp files: /var/log/secured/mxpf/srp save mxpf srp files that have not been merged yet: /var/log/secured/mxpf/srp/nomerged save real time trace files: /var/log/secured/realtime/ save real time trace files that have not been merged yet: /var/log/secured/realtime/nomerged/ 6.6 98 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed.

5. Press B. PS.6 Wait Enough Time for Telecom Trace Collection (For CS. It will reuse MSG 0150. Format check is needed. if you want to stop it.CI [0.6 Software Procedures 6.5. For example. for stop telecom trace collection. It will reuse MSG 0150.4 Get Telecom Trace Collect Period/id (For CS. Then. PS. ATRUNK only) In this step of the script waits the duration time set for telecom trace collection to be finished. During this time. if operator input 120s as duration value.5. One dot will be printed onto screen per second. After press B.0]: If operator only wants to input 1 cellid. you must immediately click [ Enter ] before the next dot appears. 2 Atrunk numbers are collected: Enter first Atrunk Number [0]: Enter second Atrunk Number [0]: 6. Either the time is finished or stopped by operator.7 Trigger All VCE to Dump the Remaining Trace In this step of the script sends a dump trace msg to TRF Master via MsgQ. 6. ATRUNK only) In this step of the script collects the necessary information for telecom trace collection. we need to wait two mintues.0]: Enter the second LAC. 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. it will prompt the operator to input the telecom trace collection duration like Please enter the duration time in seconds of telecom trace collection [120]: The duration will be collected as a number. Waiting . The information includes the problem type..5. For Atrunk problem. for CS/PS problem.5 Send Telecom Trace Config to TRF Master (For CS. PS.CI [0. If operator presses B at this period. First. the script will send a ‘stop telecom trace collection’ command to TRF Master. press [ Enter ] for the second input. the script will go to next step. 2 cell-ids are collected: Enter the first LAC.20 99 / 100 . 6. it will print out following message Wait 120 seconds for telecom trace collection. ATRUNK only) In this step of the script sends information for telecom trace collection to TRF Master via MsgQ. cellid/Atrunk number and duration.

5)to the secured folder. In this step. If telecom trace collected.8 Wait Enough Time for Trace Dumped to Disk In this step of the script sleeps for 1 minute. 6. To transfer specified files: Drag the files from the BSC side and drop them on the OMC-R side. the script first erases all data in the secured folder /var/log/secured. 6.9 Get Trace Files from CCP Boards In this step of the script triggers the file transfer from CCP & TP boards to active OMCP board. type the corresponding password. 6. the latest collected trace are also moved.5. type the IP address of 9130 BSC Evolution. 7.pl on all boards stopped. Select SSH2 as file transfer protocol. and prints the following message: Waiting remaining trace to be saved to disk . Connect at 9153 OMC-R as axadmin user 2. It will remotely trigger script script_tra_store. From the toolbar. we also have to filter the trace/log files based on the begin/end time inputed in step 6.10 Clean Secure Disk Space & Move Required Trace Data Into it on Both OMCP In this step of the script removes the previous secured data. For all these data. we do not know when previous step can be stopped. In ’Host’.pl on all CCP & TP boards. For the unmerged files. It waits until script_tra_store. 4. In ’Port’. MXPF version and Patch names into one file /var/log/secured/BSC-General. type mxadmin and in ’Pass’. 3. due to 9153 OMC-R security policy. the script moves all the trace data listed in Tool Collecting On-Demand Traces/Logs (Section 6. So when restored.20 . At the UNIX command prompt. Next.. we can not get information from TRF Master. Using of rsh is needed to do remote commands. enter gftp The "gFTP" window opens. click on to connect to the 9130 BSC Evolution.6 Software Procedures 6. Next it saves the BSC version. 100 / 100 3BK 21281 AAAA PCZZA Ed. This step is executed on both OMCP board simultaneously .txt. But after this step. the operator can stop the script without any impact on the secured data. Before this step. 5. In ’User’. the data in the nomerged folder do not need to be moved back. 1. Because. the collecting is done on 9153 OMC-R and put into /alcatel/var/maintenance/failure/ directory from /var/log/secured/ directory on 9130 BSC Evolution. So we have to wait enough time before copying the files.11 File Transfer to 9153 OMC-R For 9153 OMC-R file transfer. the secured folder is emptied.5. 8. 6. This is to speed up the trace collection. they need to be copy to a separate folder /var/log/secured/xxx/nomerged/.5. type 22.5.2.5.