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HUAWEI BSC6000 V900R008


Data Configuration
Based On MML

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ISSUE 8.0
GSM BSS Case and Training

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This course introduces the function and application scenarios


of Huawei Local Maintenance Terminal (MML Client) .In the
second section, the steps of BSC6000 data configuration
based on MML commands are introduced in detail.

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BSC LMT User Guide(V900R008_01)


BSC Initial Configuration Guide(V900R008_01)
BSC MML Command Reference(V900R008_01)

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Section 1 Overview of MML Client


Section 2 Steps of Data configuration

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Local Maintenance Terminal (MML Client)


The local maintenance terminal is an item of the LMT software.
The local maintenance terminal adopts the GUI and the MML (Man

Machine Language) to operate and maintain the system.

Note: Data configuration is realized by the MML commands.

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Application scenarios of MML


Deployment

During the deployment, engineers should configure HUAWEI BSC6000 data


configuration script according to the reference script and run the script by MML
commands in batches.

Modify data in batches

When the RNP or RNO engineers need to modify mass incumbent BSC6000
configuration data, they can modify BSC6000 configuration data through running
MML command script in batches.

Modify a few configuration data

When a few configuration data need to be modified, every single MML command
can be run to execute the function.

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START LMT

Use one of the following 3 methods to start the HUAWEI LMT

Choose Start > All Programs >


Huawei Local Maintenance
Terminal > Local Maintenance
Terminal.

On BSC6000 Local
Maintenance Terminal, choose
System > Execute MML Client.

On BSC6000 Local
Maintenance Terminal, click the
icon

to start the Local

Maintenance Terminal.
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Interface
Menu bar
Tool bar
Navigation tree

Command
window

Output window
Status bar
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Data Configuration Methods


Offline data configuration
Online data configuration

Note: The only difference between the two configuration modes is the
process that the configuration data takes effect.

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Offline data configuration


Help information
of command

Command display
Command
input

Save

Parameters input

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Offline data configuration

When the system is offline,

and F9 are used to save the input command.

The default path for saving input commands is: LMT installation directory \
client \ output \ BSC6000 \ version number \ batch \.

When you click

or

press F9 the first time after


you enter the command,
the system displays the
save dialog box. If you
want to save the
command, you must
specify the mandatory
parameters.
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Online data configuration


The command
executes fail

Operation
succeeded

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Running MML commands in Batches


Running MML commands in batches refers to running multiple MML commands

at a time. The pre-edited batch file is run on the Local Maintenance Terminal so
that you do not need to manually run every MML
command.
The batch file is a plain text file. It contains a group of command scripts for a

special task. The system automatically runs the commands in sequence.


You can run MML commands in batches through two methods: immediate batch

command and timing batch command.

Immediate batch command refers to running the batch file immediately.

Timing batch command: The operator set in advance the date and time when the
batch file is run. The system automatically run the batch file on the date and at the
time.

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Immediate batch command - Start

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Immediate batch command


Click

. A Set dialog box is displayed, as shown in the following figure.

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Immediate batch command


Set all the parameters in the Set dialog box, and then click

to

refresh the window as shown in Immediate Batch Command tab page.


Note: The default path for saving failed commands is LMT installation
directory \ client \ output \ BSC6000 \ version number \ batch \.
The default path for saving results is LMT installation directory \ client \
output \ BSC6000 \ version number \ batch \.

Click

, and then enter the batch commands or click

select the pre-edited batch file.


Set

, and then click

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to

Timing batch command

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Timing batch command


Select the Timing Batch Command tab page.
Click
Click

. A Add Batch Task dialog box is displayed.


. The Open dialog box is displayed. Select the pre-edited batch

file.
Click

to refresh Add Batch Task dialog box.

Set all the parameters in Add Batch Task dialog box, and then click

to refresh Timing Batch Command tab page.

Caution: Do not close the MML Batch dialog box. If you close it, the
batch task will be deleted.

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Data to be negotiated and planned for


BSC Initial Configuration
BSC Global Data

The BSC global data is determined during network planning. It is the basis of
the configuration of all the other data.

BSC Global Data includes:

BSC Attributes

SS7 Signaling Points

Subrack-OSP Mapping

A Interface Data Negotiated for Interconnection (A Interface

over TDM)

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BSC Global Data

BSC Attributes

Table 1 Example of data to be negotiated and planned for configuring BSC attributes:
Parameter Type

Basic Data

Parameter

Example

Source

BSC Name

BSC-1

Network planning

Country Code

86

Network planning

City Code

0755

Network planning

MCC

460

Network planning

MNC

04

Network planning

A Interface Tag

GSM_PHASE_2+

Network planning

Um Interface Tag

GSM_PHASE_2+

Network planning

Abis Interface Tag

GSM_PHASE_2+

Network planning

NTP Server

192.168.88.100

Negotiation with M2000

BSC Subrack
Combination Type

BM/TC Separate

Network planning

Software Parameter

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PCU Type

Inner
Outer

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BSC Global Data

SS7 Signaling Points


Table 2 Example of the data to be negotiated and planned for configuring the SS7
OSP and DSP:
Parameter

Example

Source

OSP Name

BSC1-1

BSC internal planning

OPC (Hex)

0A05

Network planning

Encoding Scheme

14

Network planning

Network Indicator

NATB

Network planning

DSP Name

MSC

BSC internal planning

DSP (Hex)

0910

Network planning

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BSC Global Data

SS7 Signaling Points

Table 3 Example of data to be negotiated and planned for configuring STPs:

Parameter

Example

Source

STP Name

STPMSC001

BSC internal planning

STP (Hex)

2B07

Network planning

Protocol

ITU-T

Network planning

Subrack-OSP Mapping

Table 4 Example of data to be negotiated and planned for configuring subrack-OSP


mapping:
Parameter

Example

Source

Subrack No.

BSC internal planning

OSP

0A05

Network planning

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A Interface Data Negotiated for Inter-connection A Interface over TDM)


Table 5 SS7 Signaling Point Code data negotiated for Interconnection:
Parameter Name

Parameter

Example

Source

OSP Name

BSC1-1

BSC internal planning

OPC (Hex)

0A05

Network planning

Network Indicator

NATB

Network planning

DSP Name

MSC

BSC internal planning

DSP (Hex)

0910

Network planning

OSP

DSP

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A Interface Data Negotiated for Inter-connection (A Interface over TDM)


Table 6 Cell CGI parameter data negotiated for Interconnection:
Parameter Name

Parameter

Example

Source

MCC

460

Network planning

MNC

04

Network planning

LAC

0559

Network planning

CI

0001

Network planning

Basic Attribute Parameter

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A Interface Data Negotiated for Inter-connection A Interface over TDM)


Table 7 SS7 Signaling Link data negotiated for Interconnection:
Parameter Name

SS7 Signaling Link

Basic Data

Parameter

Example

Source

SLC

Negotiation with the peer

SLC Send

Negotiation with the peer

Timeslot Mask

TS16

Negotiation with the peer

CIC Range

0~65535

Negotiation with the peer

Rate Type

64kbit/s

Negotiation with the peer

A Interface Tag

GSM_PHASE_2+

Network planning

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A Interface Data Negotiated for Inter-connection A Interface over TDM)


Table 8 Attributes of Optical Interface Board data negotiated for Interconnection:
Parameter Name

Sub Board
Attributes

Port Attributes of
Optical Interface
Board

Parameter

Example

Source

Tributary
Numbering

Huawei Mode

Negotiation with the peer

TX J0 Byte

MGW SDH
DEFAULT String

Negotiation with the peer

Expect RX J0 Byte

MGW SDH
DEFAULT String

Negotiation with the peer

TX J1 Byte

MGW SDH
DEFAULT String

Negotiation with the peer

Expect RX J1 Byte

MGW SDH
DEFAULT String

Negotiation with the peer

TX J2 Byte

MGW SDH
DEFAULT String

Negotiation with the peer

Expect RX J2 Byte

MGW SDH
DEFAULT String

Negotiation with the peer

TX Frame Format

DOUBLE_FRAME

Negotiation with the peer

DOUBLE_FRAME

Negotiation with the peer

RX Frame Format

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BSC Device Panel

Note:
The examples given in
section2 are all based
on the negotiated
data of Table 1~8 in
section 1. The BSC
hardware data
configuration is based
on the typical
configuration, as
shown in the right
figure.

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Section 1 Overview of MML Client


Section 2 Steps of Data configuration

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Data configuration procedure


Start

Configure
BSC Attributes

Configure Subrack
Communication Link

Configure
SS7 Signaling Points

Configure
BSC Links

Configure
BSC Devices

Configure
Clock

Configure
Subrack-OSP Mapping

Configure
BTS Data

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Step 1 Configure BSC Attributes


Start

Configure
BSC Attributes

MOD BSCBASIC

Configure
BSC Attributes

Configure Subrack
Communication Link

Configure
SS7 Signaling Points

Configure BSC Links

Configure
BSC Devices

Configure Clock

Configure
Subrack-OSP Mapping

Configure BTS Data

End

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Step 1 Configure BSC Attributes

Set Basic Attributes of BSC

MOD BSCBASIC: < NAME >< Area Code >< CC >< MCC >< MNC ><
AVER >< UMVER >< ABISVER >< SPPRTCB ><
SUPPORTVOICETFO >< HIFREQBANDSUPPORT >< NTPSRV >

NAME: BSC Name

Area Code: value range: 0~65535

CC: value range: 0~65535

MCC: value range: 3 char

Note: Parameters in red are mandatory parameters in black are optional.

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Step 1 Configure BSC Attributes

Set Basic Attributes of BSC

MNC: value range: 3 char

AVER: A Interface Tag

UMVER: Um Interface Tag

ABISVER: Abis Interface Tag

SPPRTCB: Support Cell Broadcast

Value range: GSM_PHASE_1~0, GSM_PHASE_2~1, GSM_PHASE_2Plus~2

Value range: NO~0, YES~1

SUPPORTVOICETFO: Support Voice TFO

Value range: NO~0, YES~1

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Step 1 Configure BSC Attributes

Set Basic Attributes of BSC

HIFREQBANDSUPPORT: Support High Frequency Band

NTPSRV: NTP Server IP

Value range: DCS1800~0, PCS1900~1

Value range: ###. ###. ###. ###, ###(0~255)

SERVICEMODE: Service Mode,

Value range: SEPARATE~0, TOGETHER~1, AIP~2

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Step 1 Configure BSC Attributes

Set Basic Attributes of BSC

Example: ( Refer to Table 1 )


MOD BSCBASIC: name="BSC-1", AreaCode=0755, CC=86, MCC="460",
MNC="04", AVer=GSM_PHASE_2Plus, UmVer=GSM_PHASE_2Plus,
AbisVer=GSM_PHASE_2Plus, SpprtCB=NO, SupportVoiceTFO=NO,
HiFreqBandSupport=DCS1800, NTPSrv="192.168.88.100",
ServiceMode=SEPARATE;

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Step 2 Configure SS7 Signaling Points


Start

Add OSP

ADD OPC

Add DSP

ADD N7DPC

Add STP

ADD STP

Configure
BSC Attributes

Configure Subrack
Communication Link

Configure
SS7 Signaling Points

Configure BSC Links

Configure
BSC Devices

Configure Clock

Configure
Subrack-OSP Mapping

Configure BTS Data

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Step 2 Configure SS7 Signaling Points

Add OSP

ADD OPC: < NAME >< OPC >< NETSTRUCT >< NI >

NAME: OSP Name, value range: 49 characters

OPC: OPC Code, value range: 1~16777215

NETSTRUCT: Encoding Scheme, value range: BIT24~1, BIT14~2

This parameter indicates the encoding scheme of signaling points.

If this parameter is set to 1, the signaling point code is expressed in 24 bits.

If this parameter is set to 2, the signaling point code is expressed in 14 bits.

Recommended value: BIT24

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Step 2 Configure SS7 Signaling Points

Add OSP

NI: Net Indicator, value range: INT~0, INTB~1, NAT~2, NATB~3

0: Active internationally

1: Standby internationally

2: Active nationally

3: Standby nationally

Recommended value: INT

Example: ( Refer to Table 2 )


ADD OPC: NAME="BSC1-1", OPC=H'0A05, NETSTRUCT=BIT14,
NI=NATB;

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Step 2 Configure SS7 Signaling Points

Add DSP

ADD N7DPC: < NAME >< DPC >< DPCGIDX >< USESTP > < PROT
>< MSCCAP >< MNC >< CNID >< MSCSTATUE >

NAME: DSP Name, value range: 49 char

DPC: DSP Code, value range: 1~16777215

DPCGIDX: DSP Group Index, value range: 0~31

USESTP: Using STP, value range: YES~0, NO~1

PROT: DSP Protocol, value range: ITU-T~0, ANSI~1


Recommended value (default value): ITU-T

MSCCAP: MSC Available Capability, value range: 0~65535

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Step 2 Configure SS7 Signaling Points

Add DSP

MNC: value range: 3 char,

Recommended value (default value): 10

CNID: CN ID MSC, value range: 0~4095

MSCSTATUE: MSC Administrable State,


Value range: OFFLOAD~0, NORMAL~1, UNAVAIL~2
Recommended value (default value): NORMAL

Example: ( Refer to Table 2 )


ADD N7DPC: NAME="MSC", DPC=H'0910, DPCGIDX=0, USESTP=NO,
PROT=ITU-T, MSCCAP=0, MNC="04", CNID=0, MSCSTATUE=NORMAL;

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Step 2 Configure SS7 Signaling Points

Add STP

ADD STP: < NAME >< STPC >< PROT >


The name of STP must be different from those of OSP, DSP and STP configured in
the BSC system.
The code of STP configured in the BSC system must be different from those of
OSP, DSP and STP.
You must configure at least one OSP before you configure the STP.
The BSC6000 system can be configured with at most 32 STPs.

NAME: STP Name, value range: 49 characters

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Step 2 Configure SS7 Signaling Points

Add STP

STPC: STP Code, value range: 1~16777215

If the network indicator of the configured signaling point is 0, the value of the STP code
ranges from 0x1 to 0xFFFFF1 when the STP code is expressed in 24 bits; the value of
the STP code ranges from 0x1 to 0x03FF1 when the STP code is expressed in 14 bits.

If the network indicator of the configured signaling point is not 0, the value of the STP
code ranges from 0x1 to 0xFFFFFF when the STP code is expressed in 24 bits; the
value of the STP code ranges from 0x1 to 0x03FFF when the STP code is expressed in
14 bits.

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Step 2 Configure SS7 Signaling Points

Add STP

PROT: STP Protocol, value range: ITU-T~0, ANSI~1

Recommended value: ITU-T

Example: ( Refer to Table 3 )


ADD STP: NAME="STPMSC001", STPC=H'2B07, PROT=ITU-T;

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Step 3 Configure BSC Devices


Start

Add BSC Cabinet

Add Subrack

Add Power
Distribution Box

Add BSC Board

ADD BSCCAB

Configure
BSC Attributes

Configure Subrack
Communication Link

Configure
SS7 Signaling Points

Configure BSC Links

Configure
BSC Devices

Configure Clock

Configure
Subrack-OSP Mapping

Configure BTS Data

ADD BSCSUBRACK

ADD BSCPWR

ADD BRD

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Step 3 Configure BSC Devices

Add a BSC Cabinet

ADD BSCCAB: < CABNO >< CABTYPE >


This command can only be used to add the cabinets 1~3, and the cabinet 0 is
added by default by the system.
When the local GTCS subrack exists, it cannot be used to add the remote cabinet.

CABNO: Cabinet No., value range: 1~3

CABTYPE: Is Remote, value range: NO~0, YES~1

Example:
ADD BSCCAB: CABNO=1, CABType=YES;

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Step 3 Configure BSC Devices

Add a BSC Subrack

ADD BSCSUBRACK: < SRN >< SRT >< ISCENTRAL >


Before adding the BSC subrack, you need to confirm the cabinet where this subrack
is located exists, if not, you can invoke the MML command ADD BSCCAB first to
add a cabinet.
This command can only be run to add the cabinets 1~11, and the cabinet 0 is
added by default by the system.
When adding the BSC subrack, the GTNU and GSCU boards are added at the
same time.
If a remote cabinet exists, you cannot add a local GTCS subrack.

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Step 3 Configure BSC Devices

Add a BSC Subrack

ADD BSCSUBRACK: < SRN >< SRT >< ISCENTRAL >

SRN: Subrack No., value range: 1~11

SRT: Subrack Type, value range: GEPS~1, GTCS~2

ISCENTRAL: Is Remote Central, value range: NO~0, YES~1

Example:

ADD BSCSUBRACK: SRN=1, SRT=GEPS;

ADD BSCSUBRACK: SRN=3, SRT=GTCS, IsCentral=YES;

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Step 3 Configure BSC Devices

Add a Power Box

ADD BSCPWR: < CABNO >< MASTERSRN >

The specified manager subrack must belong to the specified cabinet.

At most one power distribution box can be added to each cabinet.

CABNO: Cabinet No., value range: 0~3

MASTERSRN: Master Subrack No., value range: 0~11

Example:
ADD BSCPWR: CABNO=0, MasterSRN=0;

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Step 3 Configure BSC Devices

Add a BSC Board

ADD BRD:< SRN >< SN >< BT >< WORKMODE >< BackType >

This command cannot be used to add the following boards: GTNU, GSCU, GGCU
and GOMU. These boards are added with the subrack at the same time.

The GDPUC board does not support the active/standby state.

SRN: Subrack No., value range: 0~11

SN: Slot No., value range: 0~27

BT: Board Type, value range: GDPUC~70, GXPUT~97, GXPUM~98

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Step 3 Configure BSC Devices

Add a BSC Board

WORKMODE: Work Mode, value range: E1~1, T1~2


Recommended

value (default value): E1

BackType: Net Mode value range: OUTPEER~0 NONE~1

Example:
ADD BRD: SRN=0, SN=0, BT=GXPUM, BackType=OUTPEER;
ADD BRD: SRN=0, SN=16, BT=GOIUT, WorkMode=E1, BackType=OUTPEER;

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Step 3 Configure BSC Devices

Add a BSC Board

Note: If the ports on GSCU panel are used, you must enable them by
command MOD SCUPORT.

Note: If the load key attribute of boards need to be modified, please


use command MOD BRD. The default value of the board load key
attribute is AUTO.

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Step 4 Configure Subrack-OSP Mapping


Start

Configure
Subrack-OSP
Mapping

ADD SROSPMAP

Configure
BSC Attributes

Configure Subrack
Communication Link

Configure
SS7 Signaling Points

Configure BSC Links

Configure
BSC Devices

Configure Clock

Configure
Subrack-OSP Mapping

Configure BTS Data

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Step 4 Configure Subrack-OSP Mapping

Add The Relation Between Subrack And OSP

ADD SROSPMAP: < SRN >< OPC >

One BM subrack can only be configured with one signaling point. TC subrack cannot be
configured.

SRN: Subrack No., value range: 0~11

OPC: OSP Code, value range: 1~16777215

This parameter indicates the subrack number. Only the BM subracks can be configured with
signaling point (SP) relation.

This parameter indicates the OSP code bound to the subrack.

Example: ( Refer to Table 4 )


ADD SROSPMAP: SRN=0, OPC=H'0A05;

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Step 5 Configure Subrack Communication


Link
Start

Configure
BSC Attributes

Configure Subrack
Communication Link

Configure
SS7 Signaling Points

Configure BSC Links

Configure
BSC Devices

Configure Clock

Configure
Subrack-OSP Mapping

Configure BTS Data

Configure Subrack
Communication
Link

ADD SRCONPATH

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Step 5 Configure Subrack Communication


Link
Add Subrack Communication Path

ADD SRCONPATH: < SRN1 >< SRN2 >< TDMN1 >< TDMN2 >
Two connection paths in the different subrack cannot be connected to the same HW
number of the same subrack.
The two ports of the connection paths in the same subrack cannot both be connected to
the same subrack.
Connection paths between subracks can only be connected to the subracks of the
same type.
At most two connection paths between subracks can be configured in between the two
same subracks.

SRN1: Subrack 1 No., value range: 0~11

This parameter indicates the subrack number at one end of the subrack communication path.

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Step 5 Configure Subrack Communication


Link
Add Subrack Communication Path

SRN2: Subrack 2 No., value range: 0~11

TDMN1: Subrack 1 TDM Port No., value range: 0~5

TDMN2: Subrack 2 TDM Port No., value range: 0~5

Each subrack has six TDM numbers, ranging from 0 to 5. This parameter indicates the
TDM number of subrack 1.

Each subrack has six TDM numbers, ranging from 0 to 5. This parameter indicates the
TDM number of subrack 2.

Example:
ADD SRCONPATH: SRN1=0, SRN2=1, TDMN1=0, TDMN2=0;

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Step 6 Configure BSC Links


Start

These can be configured only when the GTCS


subrack is configured in the remote subrack.

Configure
BSC Attributes

Configure Subrack
Communication Link

Configure
SS7 Signaling Points

Configure BSC Links

Configure
BSC Devices

Configure Clock

Configure
Subrack-OSP Mapping

Configure BTS Data

Configure Ater
Connection Path

Add Ater OML

Add Ater Signaling


Link

ADD ATERCONPATH

ADD ATEROML

ADD ATERSL

Configure A
Interface E1

ADD AE1T1

Configure SS7
Signaling Link

ADD N7LNK

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Step 6 Configure BSC Links

Add Ater Connection Path

ADD ATERCONPATH: < ATERPIDX >< BMSRN >< BMSN >< BMPN ><
TCSRN >< TCSN >< TCPN >

ATERPIDX: Ater Connection Path Index, value range: 0~254

BMSRN: BM Subrack No., value range: 0~11

This parameter indicates the index of the Ater connection path.

This parameter indicates the number of a BM subrack connected to a TC subrack.

BMSN: BM Slot No., value range: 14~27

This parameter indicates the slot number of a BM subrack connected to a TC subrack.

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Add Ater Connection Path

BMPN: BM Port No.,

This parameter indicates the number of the port on the specified GEIUT or GOIUT in a
BM subrack connected to a TC subrack.

Value range: E1 mode: 0~31 (GEIUT), 0~62 (GOIUT)


T1 mode: 0~31 (GEIUT), 0~83 (GOIUT)

TCSRN: TC Subrack No., value range: 0~11

This parameter indicates the number of a TC subrack connected to a BM subrack.

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Add Ater Connection Path

TCSN: TC Slot No., value range: 14~27

This parameter indicates the slot number of a TC subrack connected to a BM subrack.

TCPN: TC Port No.,

This parameter indicates the port number of a TC subrack connected to a BM subrack.

Value range: E1 mode: 0~31 (GEIUT), 0~62 (GOIUT)


T1 mode: 0~31 (GEIUT), 0~83 (GOIUT)

Example:
ADD ATERCONPATH: ATERPIDX=1, BMSRN=0, BMSN=16, BMPN=1, TCSRN=1,
TCSN=16, TCPN=1;

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Step 6 Configure BSC Links

Add Ater Operation and Maintenance Link

ADD ATEROML: < ATERPIDX >< TSMASK >

The GTCS subrack can be configured with the Ater operation and maintenance link
only in the remote end.

Before configuring the Ater operation and maintenance link, you need to configure
the Ater connection path first.

The ports connected by the Ater connection path used for Ater maintenance and
operation link must range from 0 through 31.

The selected time slots must be over four consecutive slots.

At most two Ater maintenance and operation links can be configured in the whole
system.

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Step 6 Configure BSC Links

Add Ater Operation and Maintenance Link

ADD ATEROML: < ATERPIDX >< TSMASK >

ATERPIDX: Ater Connection Path Index,


Value range: 0~254
Boards in the GMPS/GEPS subrack and boards in the GCTS subrack communicate with
each other through connection paths.
Each path has an index. This parameter indicates the index of a connection path on the
Ater interface. This parameter also indicates the Ater connection path used by Ater OML.

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Add Ater Operation and Maintenance Link

TSMASK: Timeslot Mask,

This parameter indicates which timeslots in the ports connected with Ater connection
paths are used for Ater OML.

Value range: TS0~0, TS1~1, TS2~2, TS3~3, TS4~4, TS5~5, , TS29~29, TS30~30,
TS31~31

Example:
ADD ATEROML: ATERPIDX=0, TSMASK=TS2-1&TS3-1&TS4-1&TS5-1&TS61&TS7-1&TS8-1&TS9-1&TS10-1&TS11-1&TS12-1&TS13-1&TS14-1&TS151&TS16-1;

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Step 6 Configure BSC Links

Add Ater Signaling Link

ADD ATERSL: < ATERPIDX >< TSNO >< TNMODE >< CGST >< CGET ><
WS >

The Ater signaling link can be configured only when the GTCS subrack is
configured in the remote subrack.

Before configuring the signaling link, you must configure the Ater connection path
first.

For the single GEIUT/GOIUT board in the BM subrack, the time slots used for Ater
signaling link cannot be more than eight.

The CongestionStart of the Ater signaling link must be higher or equal to the
CongestionEnd.

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Step 6 Configure BSC Links

Add Ater Signaling Link

ADD ATERSL: < ATERPIDX >< TSNO >< TNMODE >< CGST >< CGET ><
WS >

ATERPIDX: Ater Connection Path Index, value range: 0~254

TSNO: Timeslot No., value range: 1~31

This parameter indicates the number of the E1/T1 timeslot that is seized by the
configured Ater signaling link.

TNMODE: Transmission Mode,

The Ater signaling link has two transmission modes: terrestrial transmission and satellite
transmission. Satellite transmission is generally used in the areas that are inconvenient
for terrestrial transmission, such as deserts or lakes.

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Add Ater Signaling Link

Value range: TRRS~0, SATEL~1

Recommended value: TRRS

CGST: Congestion Start Threshold,

This parameter indicates the start threshold of congestion, which is also referred to as
start threshold of flow control.

Value range: 30~100

Recommended value: 90

CGET: Congestion End Threshold,

This parameter indicates the end threshold of congestion, which is also referred to as end
threshold of flow control.

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Add Ater Signaling Link

Value range: 20~90

Recommended value: 60

WS: Window Size,

This parameter indicates the size of a slide window for the Ater signaling link.

Value range: 1~127

Recommended value: 16

Example:
ADD ATERSL: ATERPIDX=2, TSNO=2, TNMODE=TRRS;

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Step 6 Configure BSC Links

Add A Interface E1/T1

ADD AE1T1: < SRN >< SN >< PN >< STCIC >< DPCGIDX >< ALLTSTYPE >

Before running the command, you need to configure the GEIUA or GOIUA board.

You can configure at most 512 E1s/T1s of A interface.

The CICs of the E1/T1 time slot of two A interfaces with the same original signaling
point and the same DPC number must be different from each other. Running the
command in the actual configuration often fails because of violating this rule. In this
case, you need to adjust the STCIC parameter to ensure it will not conflict with the
CIC of the E1/T1 time slot of other A interface.

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Step 6 Configure BSC Links

Add A Interface E1/T1

ADD AE1T1: < SRN >< SN >< PN >< STCIC >< DPCGIDX >< ALLTSTYPE >

SRN: Subrack No., value range: 0~11

Recommended value: 16

SN: Slot No., value range: 14~27

PN: Port No., value range: 0~83,


E1 mode: 0~31 (GEIUA), 0~62 (GOIUA)
T1 mode: 0~31 (GEIUA), 0~83 (GOIUA)

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Step 6 Configure BSC Links

Add A Interface E1/T1

STCIC: Start CIC, value range: 0~65535

This parameter indicates the number of the start CIC. If you run the ADD AE1T1
command, the CIC of each timeslot is automatically calculated based on this parameter. If
the start CIC is set to 100, the CICs of the timeslots on the E1 links over the A interface
are automatically set to 100, 101, 102, 103, and so on. If the CIC of a timeslot equals
65535, the CICs of the following timeslots are set to 65535.

DPCGIDX: DPC Group Index, value range: 0~31

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Add A Interface E1/T1

ALLTSTYPE: Timeslot Type,

Value range: ALLCIC, ALLNULL

This parameter indicates the timeslot type. ALLCIC indicates the types of all the timeslots
on the E1/T1 links over the A interface are CIC. ALLNULL indicates the types of all the
timeslots on the E1/T1 links over the A interface are NULL.

Recommended value: ALLCIC

Example: ( Refer to Table 7 )


ADD AE1T1: SRN=1, SN=18, PN=0, STCIC=0, DPCGIDX=0,
ALLTSTYPE=ALLCIC;

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Step 6 Configure BSC Links

Add A Interface E1/T1

Note: The port attributes of electrical interface board in A interface


should be negotiated, and the default value of FRMFORMAT ( Frame
Format ) is DOUBLE_FRAME. Please use command SET E1T1 to
modify it.

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Step 6 Configure BSC Links

Add No7 Signal Link

ADD N7LNK: < SERVICEMODE >< ATERPIDX >< ASN >< APN ><
ATSMASK >< ATERTSMASK >< XPUSLOTNO >< CPUNO >< SLC ><
SLCSEND >< DPC >< STPC >< LKRATE >< STFLG >

The time slot No. of A interface must be the same with that of Ater interface.
The selected DSP must be one of the DSP group to which the E1/T1 of A interface
belongs.
If the selected DSP is indirect, you must select an STP.
Whether the rate type of the connection path is the same with that of the BM
subrack (so is the BM subrack connection path rate connecting the same OSP).
Each pair of signaling points (each link set) can be configured with at most 16 links.
The satellite links cannot be 2M.

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Step 6 Configure BSC Links

Add No7 Signal Link

ADD N7LNK: < SERVICEMODE >< ATERPIDX >< ASN >< APN >< ATSMASK
>< ATERTSMASK >< XPUSLOTNO >< CPUNO >< SLC >< SLCSEND >< DPC
>< STPC >< LKRATE >< STFLG >

The SLC must be different from the link set.


The SLCSend must be different from the link set.
The CongestionStart must be higher than CongestionEnd.
In E1 mode, for 2M link, the total bandwidth of No.7 signaling link of the single BM
subrack is 4M with the support of up to 8 links. For 64K link, the single BM supports at
most 32 links.
In T1 mode, for 2M link, the total bandwidth of No.7 signaling link of the single BM
subrack is 3M with the support of up to 8 links. For 64K link, the single BM supports at
most 32 links.

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Step 6 Configure BSC Links

Add No7 Signal Link

ADD N7LNK: < SERVICEMODE >< ATERPIDX >< ASN >< APN ><
ATSMASK >< ATERTSMASK >< XPUSLOTNO >< CPUNO >< SLC ><
SLCSEND >< DPC >< STPC >< LKRATE >< STFLG >

SERVICEMODE: Service Mode,

Value range: SEPARATE~0, TOGETHER~1, AIP~2

ATERPIDX: Ater Connection Path Index, value range: 0~254

ASN: A Interface Slot No., value range: 14~27

APN: A Interface Port No., value range: 0~83

ATSMASK: A Interface Timeslot Mask,

Value range: TS0~0, TS1~1, TS2~2, TS3~3, TS4~4, TS5~5, , TS29~29, TS30~30,
TS31~31

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Add No7 Signal Link

ATERTSMASK: Ater Interface Timeslot Mask,

Value range: TS0~0, TS1~1, TS2~2, TS3~3, TS4~4, TS5~5, , TS28~28, TS29~29,
TS30~30, TS31~31

XPUSLOTNO:GXPUM/GXPUT Slot No. value range:0~13

CPUNO:CPU No. value range:0~3

SLC: Signaling link code, value range: 0~15

SLCSEND: SLC Send, value range: 0~15

DPC: DSP code, value range: 1~16777215

STPC: STP Code, value range: 1~16777215

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Step 6 Configure BSC Links

Add No7 Signal Link

LKRATE: Link Rate Type,

Value range: 64K~0, 2M~1

Recommended value: 64K

STFLG: Satellite Flag,

Value range: NO~0, YES~1

Recommended value: NO

Example: ( Refer to Table 7 )


ADD N7LNK: SERVICEMODE=SEPERATE, ATERPIDX=0, ASN=18, APN=0,
ATSMASK=TS16-1, ATERTSMASK=TS16-1, XPUSLOTNO=0, CPUNO=0, SLC=8,
SLCSEND=8, DPC=H'0910, LKRATE=64K, STFLG=NO;

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Step 7 Configure Clock


Start

Configure
BSC Attributes

Configure Subrack
Communication Link

Configure
SS7 Signaling Points

Configure BSC Links

Configure
BSC Devices

Configure Clock

Configure
Subrack-OSP Mapping

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ADD LINECLK

Configure 8K
Reference
Clock

MOD SCUCLK

Configure Line
Clock

ADD LINECLK

Configure
System Clock

ADD CLKSRC

Configure 8K
Reference
Clock

MOD SCUCLK

Configure 8K
Reference
Clock

MOD SCUCLK

GTCS

GMPS

Configure BTS Data

End

Configure Line
Clock

GEPS

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Step 7 Configure Clock

Add Line Clock

ADD LINECLK: < SRN >< SN >< LINENO >< PN >< BAKPN >
For the electrical interface board, the line lock of the GMPS subrack can only be
configured in the Ater connection path. The GEPS subrack is not allowed to be
configured with the line clock. The line clock of the GTCS can only be configured in
E1 port of A interface.
For the optical interface board, you can configure the line clock only when the
GMPS subrack has been configured with the GOIUT board. The GEPS subrack is
not allowed to be configured with the line clock. You can configure the line lock only
when the GTCS subrack is configured with the GOIUA board. The line clock of the
optical interface board can only be configured on port 0.

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Step 7 Configure Clock

Add Line Clock

ADD LINECLK: < SRN >< SN >< LINENO >< PN >< BAKPN >

SRN: Subrack No., value range: 0~11

SN: Slot No., value range: 14~27

LINENO: Line Clock No., value range: LINE0~0, LINE1~1

PN: Port No. of Line Clock, value range: 0~31

BAKPN: Backup Port No. of Line Clock, value range: 0~31

Example:
ADD LINECLK: SRN=1, SN=18, LINENO=LINE0, PN=0, BakPN=1;

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Step 7 Configure Clock

Add Clock Reference Source (System Clock)

ADD CLKSRC: < SRCTYPE >< SRCSUBTYPE >< PRIORITY >


The types of clock source include BITS clock and line clock.
When choosing the type of clock source, you can also configure the sub-type of the
clock source.
The sub-type of the clock source is determined by the type of the clock source. If
the clock source is BITS clock, its sub-type is 2MHz or 2Mbit/s; If the clock source
is line clock, its sub-type is 8KHz only.
If the clock type is line clock, then you must ensure subrack 0 has been configured
with the line lock.

SRCTYPE: Reference Clock Source Type,

Value range: BITS0~1, BITS1~2, LINE0~3, LINE1~4

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Step 7 Configure Clock

Add Clock Reference Source (System Clock)

SRCSUBTYPE: Reference Clock Source Sub-type,

Value range: 2M_HZ~0, 2M_Bps~1, 8K_HZ~2

PRIORITY: Reference Clock Source Priority, value range: 1~4

Example:
ADD CLKSRC: SRCTYPE=BITS0, SRCSUBTYPE=2M_HZ, PRIORITY=2;
ADD CLKSRC: SRCTYPE=LINE0, SRCSUBTYPE=8K_HZ, PRIORITY=1;

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Step 7 Configure Clock

Set Reference Clock

MOD SCUCLK: < SRN >< REFCLK >


The GMPS subrack can only select the reference clock of GGCU backplane as that
of the SCU. The GEPS subrack can only select the reference clock of GGCU
backplane as that of the SCU. The GTCS subrack can only select the line clock as
the reference clock of SCU. In this case, you must ensure the local subrack has
been configured with the line clock.
If you configure the SCU reference clock as invalid, the services will be influenced
for lacks of a uniform reference clock for the local subrack.

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Step 7 Configure Clock

Set Reference Clock

MOD SCUCLK: < SRN >< REFCLK >

SRN: Subrack No., value range: 0~11

REFCLK: Clock Type,

Value range: GGCU_BACK~0, GGCU_FACE~1, LINE_CLOCK~2, NONE~255

Example:
MOD SCUCLK: SRN=0, RefClk=GGCU_BACK;
MOD SCUCLK: SRN=1, RefClk=GGCU_FACE;
MOD SCUCLK: SRN=3, RefClk=LINE_CLOCK;

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data


Start

Configure
BSC Attributes

Configure
SS7 Signaling Points

ADD BTS

Add BTS

Configure Subrack
Communication Link

MOD BTSBRDFREQ

Add Cell

ADD CELL

Add Site Board

ADD BTSBRD

Add Site TRX

ADD TRX

Add Site
Antenna Feeder

ADD ANTFEEDER

Configure BSC Links

Configure
BSC Devices

Configure Clock

Configure
Subrack-OSP Mapping

Configure BTS Data

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Add BTS

ADD BTS:< BTSNAME >< TYPE >< UPNODE > {< SRN >< SN >< PN >} | {<
FBTSNAME >< FPN >} < BTSDESC >< MPMODE >< FLEXABISMODE ><
ABISBYPASSMODE >< SERVICEMODE > { NULL | < INPORT > | < IP ><
IPMASK >} < DCNAME >< DCTYPE >< DCMCC >< DCMNC >< DCLAC ><
DCCI >< CPLMODE >< TRXBN >{< TRXTP >< TRXPN > | NULL }< FREQ >

The port on the selected GE(O)IUB or the selected BTS is available and idle.

If the BTS Multiplexing Mode parameter of the selected BTS is "MODE5_1" or


"MODE6_1", the Flex Abis Mode parameter must be "FLEX_ABIS". Only a doubletransceiver BTS supports the FLEX_ABIS mode.

BTSNAME: BTS Name, value range: 32 char

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Add BTS

TYPE: BTS Type,

Value range: BTS30~0, BTS312~1, BTS3012A~2, BTS3002C~3, BTS3001C~4,


BTS3012~5, BTS3012AE~6, BTS3006C~7, BTS3006A~8, BTS20~9, BTS22C~10,
BTS3001CP~11, BTS3012II~12, BTS3002E~13

UPNODE: Up Node Type, value range: BSC~1, SITE~0

SRN: Subrack No., value range: 0~11

SN: Slot No., value range: 14~27

PN: Port No., value range: 0~83

FBTSNAME: Father Site Name, value range: 32 char

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Add BTS

FPN: Father Site Port No., value range: 0~7

BTSDESC: Site Description, value range: 32 char

MPMODE: Multiplexing Mode,

FLEXABISMODE: Flex Abis Mode,

Value range: MODE1_1~0, MODE2_1~1, MODE3_1~2, MODE4_1~3, MODE5_1~4,


MODE6_1~5, MODE16K~6

Value range: FIX_ABIS~0, FLEX_ABIS~1, SEMI_ABIS~2

ABISBYPASSMODE: Abis By Pass Mode,

Value range: TRUE~1, FALSE~0

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Add BTS

SERVICEMODE: Service Type,

Value range: TDM~0, HDLC~1, HDLC_HubBTS~2, IP~3

INPORT: In Port, value range: 0~0, 1~1

IP: BTS Logic IP,

IPMASK: BTS Logic IP Mask,

Value range: ###. ###. ###. ###, ### (0~255)

Value range: ###. ###. ###. ###, ### (0~255)

DCNAME: Cell Name, value range: 32 char

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Add BTS

DCTYPE: Cell Type,

Value range: GSM900~0, DCS1800~1, GSM900_DCS1800~2, GSM850~3, PCS1900~4,


GSM850_1800~5, GSM850_1900~6

DCMCC: Cell MCC, value range: 0~999

DCMNC: Cell MNC, value range: 0~999

DCLAC: Cell LAC, value range: 1~65533, 65535

DCCI: Cell CI, value range: 0~65535

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Add BTS

CPLMODE: Separate Mode,

Value range: SUPPORT~1, UNSUPPORT~0

TRXBN: TRX Board No., value range: 0~71

TRXTP: TRX Board Type, value range: DTRU~0 QTRU~1 DRRU~2

TRXPN: TRX Board Pass No., value range: 0~5

FREQ: TRX Freq., value range: 0~1023

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Add BTS

Example:
ADD BTS: BTSNAME="10", TYPE=BTS3012, UPNODE=BSC, SRN=0, SN=18,
PN=0, MPMODE=MODE4_1, FlexAbisMode=FIX_ABIS, AbisByPassMode=FALSE,
ServiceMode=TDM, DCNAME="10", DCTYPE=GSM900, DCMCC=460,
DCMNC=04, DCLAC=H'0559, DCCI=0001, CPLMode=SUPPORT, TRXBN=0,
TRXTP=DTRU, TRXPN=0, FREQ=26;

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Modify BTS Board Frequence Band Attribute

MOD BTSBRDFREQ: < IDXTYPE > {< BTSIDX > | < BTSNAME >} < SRN ><
SN >< FREQBAND >

IDXTYPE: Index Type, value range: BYNAME~0, BYIDX~1

BTSIDX: BTS Index, value range: 0~2047

BTSNAME: BTS Name, value range: 32 char

SRN: Subrack No., value range: 0~53

SN: Slot No., value range: 0~23

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Modify BTS Board Frequence Band Attribute

FREQBAND: Frequence Band Attribute,

Value range: PGSM900, EGSML25, EGSM35M, RGSML25, GSM900_RGSM39M,


DCS1800, PCS1900, GSM850, EGSM24M

Example:
MOD BTSBRDFREQ: IDXTYPE=BYIDX, BTSIDX=0, SRN=3, SN=4,
FREQBAND=PGSM900;

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Add Cell

ADD CELL:< IDXTYPE > {< BTSIDX > | < BTSNAME >} < CNAME >< CTYPE ><
AST >< MCC >< MNC >< LAC >< CI >< TRXBN >< TRXTP >< TRXPN1 >< FREQ
>< NEEDCHAIN > { NULL | < INPN >< SRN >< SN >< PN > | < INPN >< FPN > | <
OUTPN >< INPN >} < COMCAB > { NULL | < CNT >}

One BSC can be configured with at most 2048 cells.


One BTS can be configured with at most 12 cells.
Cell name must be different from the existing cells in the BSC and the name must not be
empty.
Any two cells in the BSC cannot have the same CGI.
When the high frequency band supports the PCS1900, you cannot configure a DCS1800
cell or a mixed cell. When the high frequency band supports the DCS1800, you cannot
configure a PCS1900 cell.

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Add Cell

ADD CELL:< IDXTYPE > {< BTSIDX > | < BTSNAME >} < CNAME ><
CTYPE >< AST >< MCC >< MNC >< LAC >< CI >< TRXBN >< TRXTP ><
TRXPN1 >< FREQ >< NEEDCHAIN > { NULL | < INPN >< SRN >< SN >< PN
> | < INPN >< FPN > | < OUTPN >< INPN >} < COMCAB > { NULL | < CNT >}

If the used TRX Number is large, you need to add a sublink or an inner connection.

Only the BTS with the type of BTS3012 or BTS3012II supports the hybrid cabinet
group function.

IDXTYPE: Index Type,

Value range: BYNAME~0, BYIDX~1

Recommended value: BYIDX

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Add Cell

BTSIDX: Site Index, value range: 0~2047

BTSNAME: Site Name, value range: 32 characters

CNAME: Cell Name, value range: 32 characters

CTYPE: Freq. Band,

Value range: GSM900~0, DCS1800~1, GSM900_DCS1800~2, GSM850~3, PCS1900~4,


GSM850_1800~5, GSM850_1900~6

AST: Activity State,

Value range: NOT_ACTIVATED~0, ACTIVATED~1

Recommended value: ACTIVATED

MCC: Cell MCC, value range: 000~999

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Add Cell

MNC: Cell MNC, value range: 00~999

LAC: Cell LAC, value range: 1~65533, 65535

CI: Cell CI, value range: 0~65535

TRXBN: TRX Board No., value range:0~71

TRXTP: TRX Board Type, value range: DTRU~0, QTRU~1, DRRU~2

TRXPN1: TRX Board Pass No., value range:0~1

FREQ: TRX Freq, value range: 0~1023

NEEDCHAIN: Need Add Slave Chain OR Inn Connect,

Value range: NO~0, SLAVE_CHAIN_BSC~1, SLAVE_CHAIN_SITE~2, INN_CONNECT~3

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Add Cell

OUTPN: Site Out Port No., value range: 0~7

INPN: Site In Port No., value range: 1~23

FPN: Upper-level Site Port No., value range: 0~7

COMCAB: Need Mixed Combination Cabinet, value range: NO~0, YES~1

CNT: Cabinet Type,

Value Range: BTS30~3, BTS312~5, BTS3012~12, BTS3012II~16

Example: ( Refer to Table 6 )


ADD CELL: IDXTYPE=BYIDX, BTSIDX=0, CNAME="BTS3012-1", CTYPE=GSM900,
AST=ACTIVAED, MCC="460", MNC="04", LAC=H'0559, CI=0001, TRXBN=5,
TRXTP=DTRU, TRXPN1=0, FREQ=19, NEEDCHAIN=NO, COMCAB=NO;

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Add Site Board

ADD BTSBRD: < IDXTYPE > {< BTSIDX > | < BTSNAME >} < SRN >< SN
>< CNT >< BT >

IDXTYPE: Index Type, value range: BYNAME~0, BYIDX~1

BTSIDX: BTS Index, value range: 0~2047

BTSNAME: BTS Name, value range: 32 char

SRN: Subrack No., value range: 0~53

SN: Slot No., value range: 0~23

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CNT: Cabinet Type,

BT: Board Type,

Value range: BTS22C~0, BTS20~2, BTS30~3, BTS312~5, BTS3001C~7, BTS3001CP~8,


BTS3002C~9, BTS3012A~10, BTS3006A~11, BTS3012~12, BTS3006C~13,
BTS3002E~14, BTS3012AE~15, BTS3012II~16, BTSDBS3036~17
Value range: EAC_EMUA~13, DTMU~64, DATM_DATU~67, NFCB~69, EMU_DEMU~70,
DPMU~72, DCBM_DCOM~73, DHEU~74, MPW~83, MCD~84, IASU~85, TMU~129,
PSU_APSU~132, PMU_APMU~133, MFU~135, TEU~136, TES~137, PBU~147,
SCU~176, MDU~177

Example:
ADD BTSBRD: IDXTYPE=BYIDX, BTSIDX=0, SRN=0, SN=1, CNT=BTS3012,
BT=DTMU;

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Add Site TRX

ADD TRX:< IDXTYPE > {< CELLIDX > | < CELLNAME >} < TRXBN >< TRXTP
>< TRXPN1 >< FREQ >< NEEDCHAIN > { NULL | < INPN >< SRN >< SN >< PN
> | < INPN >< FPN > | < OUTPN >< INPN >} < COMCAB > { NULL | < CNT >}

TRX Number and TRX Frequency are mandatory parameters. Cell Index and Cell
Name are alternative.

Only the BTS with the type of BTS3012 or BTS3012II supports the hybrid cabinet
group function.

IDXTYPE: Index Type, value range: BYNAME~0, BYIDX~1

CELLIDX: Cell Index, value range: 0~2047

CELLNAME: Cell Name, value range: 32 char

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Add Site TRX

TRXBN: TRX Board No., value range:0~71

TRXTP: TRX Board Type, value range:DTRU~0, QTRU~1, DRRU~2

TRXPN1: TRX Board Pass No., value range:0~1

FREQ: Freq., value range: 0~1023

NEEDCHAIN: Need Add Slave Chain OR Inn Connect

Value range: NO~0, SLAVE_CHAIN_BSC~1, SLAVE_CHAIN_SITE~2, INN_CONNECT~3

Example:
ADD TRX: IDXTYPE=BYIDX, CELLIDX=0, TRXBN=3, TRXTP=DTRU, TRXPN1=0,
FREQ=45, NEEDCHAIN=NO, COMCAB=NO;

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Add Site Antenna Feeder

ADD ANTFEEDER:< IDXTYPE > {< BTSIDX > | < BTSNAME >} < SRN >< SN ><
CNT >{ < BT1 > | < BT2 > | < BT3 > | < BT4 >}< DTRX >< DTRXBN > < DTRXPN
>{< AORB1 > | < AORB2 > | < AORB3 >} { NULL | < DMDUA > | < DMDUB >}

IDXTYPE: Index Type, value range: BYNAME~0, BYIDX~1

BTSIDX: Site Index, value range: 0~2047

BTSNAME: Site Name, value range: 32 char

SRN: Subrack No., value range: 0~53

SN: Slot No., value range: 0~23

CNT: Cabinet Type,

Value range: BTS30~0, BTS312~1, BTS3012A~2, BTS3012~5, BTS3012AE~6, BTS3006A~8,


BTS20~9

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BT1: Board Type1,

Value range: CDU~130, PCDU~199, DCDU~201,CDUC~180, CDUP~181, RCDU~200,


CDUR~186, CDUE~187, EDU~148, PEDU~202, REDU~203, DEDU~205, EDUC~182,
EDUP~183, EDUR~188, EDUE~189

BT2: Board Type2, value range: DDPM_DDPU~66, DFCU~75, DFCB~76

BT3: Board Type3, value range: CDU~130

BT4: Board Type4, value range: DDPM_DDPU~66

DTRX: Down TRX No., value range: 1~12

DTRXBN: Down TRX Board No., value range: 0~71

DTRXPN: Down TRX Board Pass No., value range: 0~1

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AORB1: Down TRX1 A OR B, value range: A~0, B~1, NONE~2

AORB2: Down TRX2 A OR B, value range: A~0, B~1

AORB3: Down TRX3 A OR B, value range: A~0, B~1

DMDUA: Down MDA A, value range: 0~255

DMDUB: Down MDA B, value range: 0~255

Example:
ADD ANTFEEDER: IDXTYPE=BYIDX, BTSIDX=0, CNT=BTS3012,
BT2=DDPM_DDPU, SRN=3, SN=4, DTRX=1, DTRXBN=0, AORB2=A;

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Modify Site Antenna Feeder

MOD ANTFEEDER:< IDXTYPE > {< BTSIDX > | < BTSNAME >} < SRN ><
SN >< BT > { NULL | < DTRX1 > | < DTRX2 > | < DTRX3 >} { NULL | <
DTRXMAP1 > | < DTRXMAP2 > | < DTRXMAP3 >} { NULL | < AORB1 > | <
AORB2 >} { NULL | < DMDUA > | < DMDUB >} < UNO >< UTRX ><
UTRXBN >< UTRXBPN > { NULL | < UTOW >} { NULL | < UGEN >} { NULL |
< NEWBT1 > | < NEWBT2 >} { NULL | < ANTFREQBAND >}

IDXTYPE: Index Type, value range: BYNAME~0, BYIDX~1

BTSIDX: Site Index, value range: 0~2047

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BTSNAME: Site Name, value range: 32 char

SRN: Subrack No., value range: 0~53

SN: Slot No., value range: 0~23

BT: Board Type,

Value range: CDU~130, CDUC~180, CDUP~181, CDUR~186, CDUE~187, PCDU~199,


RCDU~200, DCDU~201, EDU~148, EDUC~182, EDUP~183, EDUR~188, EDUE~189,
PEDU~202, REDU~203, DEDU~205, DDPM_DDPU~66, DFCU~75, DFCB~76

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DTRX1: Down TRX1 No., value range: 1~1, 2~2, 3~3, , 12~12

DTRX2: Down TRX2 No., value range: 1~1, 2~2, 3~3, , 12~12

DTRX3: Down TRX3 No., value range: 1~1, 2~2, 3~3, , 12~12

DTRXMAP1: Down TRX1 MAP, value range: 0~255

DTRXMAP2: Down TRX2 MAP, value range: 0~255

DTRXMAP3: Down TRX3 MAP, value range: 0~255

AORB1: Down TRX1 A OR B, value range: A~0, B~1, NONE~2

AORB2: Down TRX2 A OR B, value range: A~0, B~1, NONE~2

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DMDUA: Down MDU A, value range: 0~255

DMDUB: Down MDU B, value range: 0~255

UNO: Up No., value range: 0~0, 1~1

UTRX: Up TRX No., value range: 1~1, 2~2, 3~3, , 12~12

UTRXBN: Up TRX Board No., value range:0~71

UTRXBPN: Up TRX Board Pass No., value range:0~1

UTOW: Up Tower-Top Amplifier Flag, value range: NO~1, YES~0

UGEN: Up Power Attenuation Factor, value range: 0~15

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NEWBT1: New Board Type1,

NEWBT2: New Board Type2,

Value range: CDU~130, CDUC~180, CDUP~181, CDUR~186, CDUE~187, PCDU~199,


RCDU~200, DCDU~201

Value range: EDU~148, EDUC~182, EDUP~183, EDUR~188, EDUE~189, PEDU~202,


REDU~203, DEDU~205

ANTFREQBAND: Antfeeder Frequence Band Attribute,

Value range: PGSM900~1, DCS1800~2, RGSML25~3, RGSM39M~4, EGSM35M~5,


PCS1900~7, GSM850~8, EGSML25~9, EGSM24M~131

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Step 8 Configure BTS Data

Modify Site Antenna Feeder

Example:
MOD ANTFEEDER: IDXTYPE=BYIDX, BTSIDX=0, SRN=3, SN=4,
BT=DDPM_DDPU, UNO=0, UTRX=1, UTRXBN=0;

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Typical Configuration Scripts


Configuration Script GTCS in Local configuration

Local.txt

Configuration Script GTCS in Remote configuration

Remote.txt

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