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1xEV-DO Element Management System

(EMS)
Mallik Vagvala

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Topics
• Introduction

Introduction to the EMS

• EMS Web Access

Web Server Groups

New User Administration

Supported Client Hardware Configurations

Supported Client OS

Supported Browsers

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Topics
• Configuration Management Capabilities

Launch

Container Pages

Instance Pages

• Fault Management Capabilities

Graphical User Interface
• High Level Concepts
• Active Alarms
• Summary Pages
• Status Pages

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Some pages present a graphical representation of physical hardware. Proprietary Information . • The EMS GUI presents information in pages. • Through the EMS GUI.77 browser. and maintenance on Flexent components. users monitor status and perform maintenance procedures on the Flexent network and related applications. • The EMS GUI is accessed from the OMP Web page using the Netscape Communicator version 4.Introduction to the EMS • The EMS is the primary interface for performing operations. administration. The Internet Explorer browser will be supported in a future release of the product.Lucent Technologies .

applications. You can monitor and control the listed examples of NEs. and MRs through EMS pages: Part of Flexent Network Example under EMS Control EMS Page NE •Application Processor AP Summary Page •Inter-Working Function IWF Status Page •Packet Control Function PCF Summary Page •Base Transceiver System BTS Summary Page Application Radio Cluster Server RCS Status Page MR • CRC • CBR Proprietary Information .Lucent Technologies CDMA Equipment Status Page . the applications that run on network elements. and the managed resources (MRs) that are present.Scope A Flexent network is made up of network elements (NEs).Introduction to the EMS .

button 3.Introduction – Accessing the EMS GUI 1. It’s just like web browsing: 2.K. Select the network element or function of your choice. Enter your user name and password in the dialog window and then click the O. Proprietary Information .Lucent Technologies .

Lucent Technologies . a tool tip Window will appear. This will provide some help on the ICON information.Introduction to EMS – Tool Tips and Status Line When you place the cursor over a symbol or icon. Proprietary Information . .

as well as the 1XEV-DO specific components of the the associated cell sites. the OMP will be connected to an ECP. which can also be deployed in 1XEV-DO only or mixed mode.Lucent Technologies . • Please note that the deployment mode discussed here applies to the 1XEV-DO system as a whole and not individual cell sites. • In the standalone mode. • In a standalone mode. The 1XEV-DO system deployment mode determines the deployment mode for the OMP. Proprietary Information . In the mixed mode scenario. the OMP is not connected to an ECP.Introduction to 1xEV-DO • The 1XEV-DO system can be deployed in two distinct modes: mixed or standalone. the OMP/EMS provides Configuration. the OMP/EMS provide management capabilities for the GNP-AP and its RCS application. and Performance management capabilities for the 1XEV-DO Controller. • In a mixed mode deployment. Fault. in addition to providing support for the 1XEV-DO controller and cell sites.

Introduction – Mixed Vs Standalone Deployment • Lucent CDMA 2000 / 1XEV-DO Network Radius AAA 1XEV-only HDR cell HDR 1XEV Flexent Mobility Server DNS. DHCP R .P (A10 .Lucent Technologies CDMA 3G -1x PCF SMS Center R -P (A10 -A11) .A11) OMP .FX System OMP/EMS Dual .mode Cell HDR 1XEV PDSN Flexent EMS PDSN CDMA 3G -1x RCS / AP RCS/AP 3G -1x CDMA cell cell 5ESS DCS ECPC HLR Proprietary Information .

EMS WEB ACCESS .

Controls access to the rest of the EMS GUI Pages Proprietary Information .EMS Web Access – Web Server Groups • The following EMS related security groups are defined: – apframeconfig – Controls access to the AP Frame Configuration Page (Used for 1XEV-DO) – emscm – Controls access to all EMS Configuration Management Pages (Used for 1XEV-DO) – ompconfig – Controls access to the the OMP Configuration Pages – pcfconfig – Controls access to the 3G1X PCF configuration pages – ems – Default EMS security group.Lucent Technologies .

the EMS installation software will not recreate that user.Lucent Technologies . Proprietary Information . • webuser belongs to all of the EMS related security groups listed on the previous page and therefore has complete access to all EMS GUI pages. • If the webuser login has been removed. was originally created by the EMS installation software.EMS Web Access – Web Server Groups • A default EMS user. we encourage our users to change the default password. • Some of our customers have removed the default user from the access control list for security purposes. • The default password for webuser is webuser. • For security reasons. called webuser.

Lucent Technologies . – userdel – Used to delete a user from the system Proprietary Information .EMS Web Access – New User Administration • The OMP platform provides a set of commands to administer users for access to both the OMP system and the EMS Graphical User Interface: – addompuser – Used to create a new user and add/delete a user to/from a group – passwd – Used to change the UNIX and Web Server password associated with a user.

Lucent Technologies .EMS Web Access – Client Hardware and OS • PC – Minimum Hardware Configuration: • Pentium 500 MHz Pentium III CPU. 128 MB RAM.0 or Windows 2000 – Supported Browser Versions: • Netscape Communicator 4.77 on the client PC Proprietary Information . 20 MB client free hard disk space – Required OS: • Windows NT 4.

120 MB client free hard disk space – Required OS: • Solaris 8 Operating Environment – Supported Browser Versions: • Netscape Communicator 4.Lucent Technologies . 128 MB RAM.EMS Web Access – Client Hardware and OS • Workstations: – Minimum Hardware Configuration: • Sun Ultra 5.76 running on client workstation Proprietary Information .

CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT CAPABILITIES .

Configuration Management Capabilities . • Accessed from OMP Web Page – Configuration Data icon • Access to all Configuration Management related pages is restricted to users belonging to the emscm security group.Launch • Configuration Management capabilities are only available through a graphical user interface. • Top level Configuration Management Page lists all of the CM objects in alphabetical order Proprietary Information .Lucent Technologies .

Configuration Management Capabilities .Launch Proprietary Information .Lucent Technologies .

Launch Proprietary Information .Lucent Technologies .Configuration Management Capabilities .

• Only the key fields associated with an object instance are displayed on the container page. • A new object instance can be created from this page.Configuration Management – Container Pages • One container page for each object type. The page shows all provisioned instances of a given object type. • Selecting one of the objects on the left hand side of a container page navigates to the container page associated with the selected object Proprietary Information . • The information on the container page can be sorted by columns by clicking on the column header. • Clicking anywhere in a particular row navigates to the instance page associated with that object instance.Lucent Technologies .

Configuration Management – Container Pages Proprietary Information .Lucent Technologies .

Lucent Technologies .Configuration Management – Instance Pages Proprietary Information .

Lucent Technologies .Fault Management – High Level Concepts Navigate to Alarm list Navigate to OMP Launch Page Alarm State Navigate to alarm List filtered for this object Maintenance State Command Buttons Attribute information Launch Help Navigate to Lucent Support Web Page Proprietary Information .

Fault Management – Active Alarms List Proprietary Information .Lucent Technologies .

Fault Management – AP Summary Page Proprietary Information .Lucent Technologies .

Fault Management – BTS Summary Page Proprietary Information .Lucent Technologies .

Lucent Technologies .Fault Management – Status Pages • Used to display status of one or more managed object instances • Allow a user to execute commands associate with the managed object instance(s) • Allow a user to navigate to other associated managed object instances • Allow a user to navigate to the summary page for the displayed managed object • Allow a user to navigate to the alarm list filtered for the particular managed object instance Proprietary Information .

Fault Management – AP Status Page Proprietary Information .Lucent Technologies .

Fault Management – BTS Status Page Proprietary Information .Lucent Technologies .

Fault Management – Additional Status Pages • Additional status pages include: – TP Status Page – CDM Status Page – ULAM Status Page – This page is available only if the BTS is configured as a 1XEV-DO only BTS – TFU Status Page .This page is available only if the BTS is configured as a 1XEV-DO only BTS Proprietary Information .Lucent Technologies .

TXAMP # DGN:BTS 1.Lucent Technologies . TXAMP 2! COMPLETED TXAMP Id: 2 Flex State : Active Equipage State : Equipped WARMUP STATE Shared State: Owned – RMV:BTS #.Commands Supported by EMS CLI – DGN:BTS #. TXAMP # STOP:BTS 1. TXAMP # RST:BTS 1. TXAMP 2! FAILED DEVICE IS MAINTENANCE BUSY – RST:BTS #. TXAMP 2! COMPLETED Proprietary Information . TXAMP 2. TXAMP 2! COMPLETED ALL TESTS PASSED – OP:BTS #. TXAMP # OP:BTS 1. TXAMP # RMV:BTS 1. UCL! COMPLETED RST SUCCESSFUL FOR TXAMP – STOP:BTS #.

TDU 2! COMPLETED TDU Id: 2 TDU Type: ETDU Flex State : Active Equipage State : Equipped Shared State: Owned – RMV:BTS #. TDU 2! FAILED CANNOT STOP THE EXECUTING COMMAND Proprietary Information .) – OP:BTS #. TDU 2. TDU # STOP:BTS 1.UCL] RST:BTS 1.Commands Supported by EMS CLI (Cont. TDU 2! COMPLETED RMV SUCCESSFUL FOR TDU – RST:BTS #. TDU # RMV:BTS 1.Lucent Technologies . TDU # [. TDU # OP:BTS 1. UCL! FAILED CANNOT RESTORE TDU AS THE TDU IS DISABLED – STOP:BTS #..