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BSC6900 GO Installation & Commissioning

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Foreword

The OMU operating system is installed before the OMU is delivered

BSC6900 commissioning is performed after the hardware is installed and before the services are provided. It aims to ensure that the BSC6900 can work normally through tasks such as equipment verification, BSC6900 board software and data file loading, interface verification, and service verification.

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References

BSC6900 GSM Commissioning Guide BSC6900 OMU Administration Guide

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Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

Describe BSC6900 commissioning procedure Outline OMU software functions Complete BSC6900 commissioning

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Contents
1. BSC6900 O&M System Introduction 2. BSC6900 Software Installation 3. BSC6900 Commissioning

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BSC6900 O&M Subsystem

Component

LMT OMUa boards SCUa boards OM modules

on other boards

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BSC6900 O&M Subsystem

BSC6900 O&M system adopts server and client mode

OMU as a server LMT as a client

EMS (Element Management System) system

iManager M2000 works for integrated O&M

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OMU Ethernet Adapter Configuration

An OMU board is configured

with six Ethernet adapters in


total.

ETH0 and

ETH1(bond1/bond1:0 )

ETH2: ETH2 (bond2) ETH3-UPDATE (bond3)

ETH4-SCU7 and ETH5-SCU6


(bond0 (vlan1/vlan1:0))

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Definitions of IP addresses of the OMU

The OMU IP addresses include:


External fixed IP addresses

Internal fixed IP addresses


External virtual IP addresses Internal virtual IP addresses Debugging IP address. Backup channel IP address of the active and standby OMUs. (Optional)

Before an OMU is delivered, six IP addresses are configured. The default IP addresses may not meet the requirement of onsite planning. All the OMU IP addresses need to be planned on site, and some of the IP addresses need to be re-set.

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OMU IP Address Planning


IP Address Internal fixed IP address Planning Principle The preset IP addresses of the internal Ethernet adapters are:

Active BAM: 80.168.3.50 (255.0.0.0) Standby BAM: 80.168.3.60 (255.0.0.0)

External fixed IP
address

The preset IP addresses of the external Ethernet adapters are:


Active BAM: 172.121.139.201 (255.255.255.0) Standby BAM: 172.121.139.202 (255.255.255.0)

The settings can be reconfigured on site based on the actual networking topology

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OMU IP Address Planning


IP Address Internal/External Planning Principle The virtual IP address is set in the same subnet with the internal/

virtual IP address external fixed IP addresses of the active and standby BAMs Backup channel IP addresses The preset backup channel IP addresses of the active and standby BAMs are:

Active BAM: 192.168.3.50 (255.255.255.0) Standby BAM: 192.168.3.60 (255.255.255.0)

The IP address should not be changed


Commissioning IP address The preset commissioning IP addresses are:

Active BAM: 192.168.6.50 (255.255.255.0) Standby BAM: 192.168.6.60 (255.255.255.0)

The IP address should not be changed.

NOTE: The LMT can access the OMU only through the external virtual IP address.

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OMU Internal Network IP Address Planning


Virtual IP Active OMUa Standby OMUa 80.168.3.40/8 80.168.3.50/8 ETH4-SCU7 ETH5-SCU6 192.168.3.50/24 Intel Ethernet adapters ETH3UPDATE Dedicated backup channel Intel Ethernet adapters ETH3UPDATE SCUa SCUa Internal network segment ETH4-SCU7 ETH5-SCU6 192.168.3.60/24 80.168.3.60/8

Backboard BSC6900 FAM

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OMU External Network IP Address Planning


Active OMUa Standby OMUa Virtual IP 172.121.139.200/24

172.121.139.201/24 External network Segment GE adapter


ETH0 ETH1

172.121.139.202/24 ETH0
ETH1 Hub

Commissioning Ethernet adapter 192.168.6.50/24

ETH2

ETH2

LMT/ M2000 192.168.6.60/24

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Contents
1. BSC6900 O&M System Introduction 2. BSC6900 Software Installation 3. BSC6900 Commissioning

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BSC6900 Software
LMT LMT Software Host Software Windows XP SP2 Java Environment Program File MPS/EPS

Data File OMU Server OMU Application Dopra Linux Mysql Database Patch File (optional)

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OMU Software

The OMU software consist of multi-level service monitoring entities and service processes

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OMU Software Installation Procedure


Obtain the Installation Information on the OMU


Logging In to the OMU Uploading the OMU Application Installation Package to the OMU Installing the OMU Application in the Active Workspace Checking the Installation Directory of the OMU Applications
Checking the Status of omud Process

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Obtain the Installation Information on the OMU

Before the installation, obtain the following information from


Data Sheet of BAM Software Installation

Password of the operating system administrator

Fixed IP address of the external network, virtual IP address of


the external network, or debugging IP address of the OMU.

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Logging In to the OMU

On the computer run the


SSH terminal, PuTTY

Enter the IP address of

the OMU

Log in to the OMU as user root

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Uploading the OMU Application Installation Package to the OMU

Decompress the BSC6900 version software package to the local


drive D

Log in to the OMU through the psftp software

Run the lcd D:\ to set the local directory Run the mkdir /mbsc/upgrade to create the target directory Run the cd /mbsc/upgrade to go to the target directory Run the put -r V900R011C00 to upload the OMU application installation packet to the OMU

After the loading is complete, enter the exit command to exist the psftp software

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Installing the OMU Application in the Active Workarea

Assume that the OMU application installation package install_bam.sh is saved in /mbsc/upgrade/V900R011C00/install/setup.
On the PuTTY terminal, run the following commands

cd /mbsc/upgrade/V900R011C00/install/setup
chmod +x ./install_bam.sh ./install_bam.sh

Enter the run mode Setting the office name Setting the language Setting the admin/FTP password Setting the external virtual IP address Setting the OMU system type
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Installing the OMU Application in the Active Workarea

Setting the run mode of product

Setting the office name

Setting the language

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Installing the OMU Application in the Active Workarea

Setting the admin/FTP password

Setting the external virtual IP address

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Installing the OMU Application in the Active Workarea

Setting the OMU system type

Confirming the installation

Enter Y to install the OMU applications.

When the message"Install OMU succeed!" is displayed, you can infer that the OMU applications are successfully installed.

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Checking the Installation Directory of the OMU Applications

The version_a and version_b


folders save active/standby OMU workspace files.

Log in to the OMU by PuTTY Run the cd /mbsc/bam Check whether the OMU installation directory

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Checking the Status of omud Process


Log in to the OMU by PuTTY


Run the /etc/rc.d/omud status

The returned information is running, it means the omud is

working normally

The returned information is unused, run the /etc/rc.d/omud start command to start the omud

The returned information is neither running nor unused, reinstall the OMU application in the active workspace

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Contents
1. BSC6900 O&M System Introduction 2. BSC6900 Software Installation 3. BSC6900 Commissioning

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Contents
3. BSC6900 Commissioning
3.1 BSC6900 Commissioning Introduction 3.2 BSC6900 Commissioning Procedure

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Introduction to BSC6900 Commissioning

Definition of BSC6900 Commissioning

The commissioning of equipment, BSC6900 board software and data file loading , interfaces verification , and services verification after hardware installation

To ensures that the BSC6900 works properly as designed

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Preparation For BSC6900 Commissioning

Preparation For BSC6900 Commissioning

Verify hardware status

BSC6900 hardware is installed and passed the hardware installation check and powering-on check

OMU is configured before delivery


LMT PC meets the configuration requirements

Software preparation

BAM and LMT application software are ready


License file is ready MML command script for initial configuration is ready

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Preparation For BSC6900 Commissioning (Cont.)

Verify commissioning network status

At least one BTS are connected to the local BSC6900. The BTS should have passed commissioning and can provide basic functions

At least one set of Core Network (CN) equipment is connected to the local BSC6900. The CN equipment should have passed the

commissioning and can provide basic functions

The MSs are ready for test and are registered in the HLR

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Contents
3. BSC6900 Commissioning
3.1 BSC6900 Commissioning Introduction 3.2 BSC6900 Commissioning Procedure

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BSC6900 Commissioning Procedure


Commissioing Prerequsites Local operation Check hardware operating S tatus Remote operation Load BS C6900 Board S oftware and Data files Local operation Verify OMU Locally Connect BS C6900 to M2000

Remote operation Verify OMU based on local through US Disk B coopertation

Remote operation

Log in to BS C6900 through LMT Update OMU Database Activate and Verify the License

Continued in the next page

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BSC6900 Commissioning Procedure (Cont.)


Remote operation

Verify interfaces through M2000 Set NE to be in maintenance mode

Verify interfaces Remote operation based on local through LMT coopertation Verify GSM Inteface

Verify Interface Verify GSM services End the maintenance mode of NE Create scheduled task

Handle alarms

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Checking the Operating Status of the Hardware

Before verifying the equipment, ensure that the cabinet is powered on and operates normally

Checklist of the power supply to the cabinet components


Normal LED Status The green RUN LED on the board panel flashes every other second. The green STATUS LED on the panel of the fan box flashes every

Component Board

Fan box

other second after the subrack and independent fan subrack are powered on.

Power distribution monitoring board

The green RUN LED on the board panel flashes every other second and the ALM LED is also OFF.

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Main Steps of Commissioning


Verifying the OMU Activating and Verifying the License Loading the BSC6900 Board Software and Data Files Verifying the Interfaces Handling the Alarms Verifying the Services Connecting the BSC6900 to the M2000 Creating Scheduled Tasks
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1. Logging in to the OMU 2. Check the running status of the OMU process 3. Query the current version of the OMU application. 4. Change the external fixed/ virtual IP address 6. Change the name and set the work mode of the OMU 7. Check the operating status of the OMU

Logging In to the OMU

On the computer run the


SSH terminal, PuTTY

Enter the IP address of

the OMU

Log in to the OMU as user root

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Check the running status

Run the /etc/rc.d/omud status command to check the running status of the OMU process.

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Query the current version of the OMU application

Run the cd /mbsc/upgrade command to switch to the OMU installation directory, and then run the ls command to query the current version of the OMU application.

If the version of the OMU application is different from that


required by the operator, Uninstalling the OMU application firstly , and then install the OMU application in the active

workspace

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Querying the Network Configuration of the OMU Ethernet Adapters


Querying the external fixed IP address: ifconfig bond1 Querying the external virtual IP address: ifconfig bond1:0 Querying the internal fixed IP address: ifconfig vlan1 Querying the internal virtual IP address: ifconfig vlan1:0

Querying the debugging IP address: ifconfig bond2


Querying the IP address for the backup channel between the active OMU and the standby OMU: ifconfig bond3

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Change the external IP address

Run the cd /mbsc/bam/version_a/bin/bam command to switch to the directory where the omutool program locates. Run the ./omutool command to start omutool. Run the ./omutool extercard The external fixed IP address The subnet mask The gateway IP address command to change the external fixed IP address and the subnet mask.

./omutool extercard 10.161.10.100 255.255.255.0 10.161.10.1

Run the ./omutool extervip The external virtual IP address The subnet mask command to change the external virtual IP address and the subnet mask.

./omutool extervip 10.161.10.102 255.255.255.0

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Change the name and set the work mode of the OMU

Run the ./omutool hostname OMU name command to change the name of the OMU.

For example, you can run the following command and then press Enter to change the OMU name to omu_123: ./omutool hostname omu_123.

Set the work mode of the OMU according to the number of OMUa boards that are configured.

If only one OMUa board is configured, run the ./omutool dualmode single command to set the work mode to the single-server mode. If two OMUa boards (active and standby OMUa boards) are configured, run the ./omutool dualmode dual command to set the work mode to the dual-server mode.

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Check the operating status of the OMU

Run the /etc/rc.d/omud start command to start the OMU application. Run the ps -afx command to check the operating status of the OMU.

You can infer that the OMU is in normal state if all OMU processes exist in the OMU active workspace directory/mbsc/bam/version_a/ bin/bam/monitor.

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BSC6900 Commissioning Procedure Locally Verifying the OMU


Activating and Verifying the License Loading the BSC6900 Board Software and Data Files Verifying the Interfaces Handling the Alarms Verifying the Services Connecting the BSC6900 to the M2000 Creating Scheduled Tasks
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Activating and Verifying the License

Activating and Verifying the License

Downloading license to OMU active workspace directory /ftp/license (DLD LICENSE)

Querying the detail information of the license file (LST LICENSE)

Activating the license file (ACT LICENSE) Checking the license consistency between host and OMU (CMP LICENSE)

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Loading the BSC6900 Board Software and Data Files

Loading the BSC6900 Board Software and Data Files

Generating the Data File

Clear the data in the BAM database (RST DATA) Generate the data file in ineffective state
SET CFGDATAINEFFECTIVE Batch Commands FMT DATA

Setting the Loading Mode (SET LODCTRL) Loading the MPS/EPS/TCS (RST SUBRACK)

Checking the consistency of the data and the version (ACT CRC &
CMP BRDVER)

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BSC6900 Commissioning Procedure Locally Verifying the OMU


Activating and Verifying the License Loading the BSC6900 Board Software and Data Files Verifying the Interfaces Handling the Alarms Verifying the Services Connecting the BSC6900 to the M2000 Creating Scheduled Tasks
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1. Verifying the Abis Interface 2. Verifying the A Interface 3. Verifying the Gb Interface 4. Verifying the Ater Interface (Optional) 5. Verifying the Pb Interface (Optional)

Verifying the Abis Interface

Verifying the Abis interface (Abis over TDM)

Verifying Physical Links at the BSC (DSP E1T1 & DSP OPT) Verifying the Control Plane on the Abis Interface (DSP LAPDLNK )

Verifying he timeslot status of the Abis interface (DSP ABISTS)

To query the Subrack No., Slot No., and Port No. of the timeslots to be verified, run the MML command (LST BTSCONNECT)

Verifying the Status of Cells and Channels (DSP BTSSTAT)

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Verifying the Abis Interface

Verifying the Abis interface (Abis over IP)

Verifying Physical Links at the BSC (DSP ETHPORT ) Verifying the Control Plane on the Abis Interface (DSP LAPDLNK )

Verifying the User Plane on the Abis Interface (DSP ADJNODE & DSP IPPATH)

Verifying the Status of the Cells and Channels (DSP BTSSTAT)

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Verifying the A Interface

Verifying the A interface (A over TDM)

Verifying Physical Links at the BSC (DSP E1T1 & DSP OPT) Verifying the Control Plane on the A Interface

DSP N7DPC DSP MTP3LNK

DSP MTP2LNK

Verifying the User Plane on the A Interface (DSP ACIC)

To query the OPC Index and DPC Group Index of the E1/T1 to be

verified on the A interface, run the MML command LST AE1T1.

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Verifying the A Interface

Verifying the A interface (A over IP)

Verifying Physical Links at the BSC (DSP ETHPORT ) Verifying the Control Plane on the A Interface

DSP N7DPC DSP M3LKS DSP SCTPLNK

Verifying the User Plane on the A Interface (DSP ADJNODE & DSP IPPATH )

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Verifying the Gb Interface

Verifying the Gb interface (Gb over FR)

Verifying the status of the Bearer Channel (DSP BC) Verifying the status of the Network Service Virtual Connection (DSP NSVC)

Verifying the SIG BSSGP Virtual Connection (SIGBVC) status of the Network Service Entity (DSP SIGBVC & DSP PTPBVC)

To query the configuration of the NSE to be verified, run the MML command LST NSE

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Verifying the Gb Interface

Verifying the Gb interface (Gb over IP)

Verifying the status of the Network Service Virtual Link (DSP NSVL)

To query the configuration of the local or remote NSVL to be verified, run the MML command LST NSVLLOCAL or LST NSVLREMOTE.

Verifying the status of the IP Route (DSP GBIPROUTE) Verifying the SIG BSSGP Virtual Connection (SIGBVC) status of the Network Service Entity (DSP SIGBVC & DSP PTPBVC)

To query the configuration of the NSE to be verified, run the MML command LST NSE

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Verifying the Ater and Pb Interface (Optional)


Verifying Physical Links at the BSC (DSP E1T1 & DSP OPT) Verifying the Ater Interface

Verifying the Status of Timeslots on the Ater interface. (DSP ATERTS) If the TCS is configured remotely, run the MML command DSP ATERSL to query whether the Ater signaling link is normal.

Verifying the Pb Interface

Verifying the LAPD link on the Pb interface (DSP LAPDLNK) Verifying the status of the circuit on the Pb interface (DSP PBCIC)

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BSC6900 Commissioning Procedure Locally Verifying the OMU


Activating and Verifying the License Loading the BSC6900 Board Software and Data Files Verifying the Interfaces Handling the Alarms Verifying the Services Connecting the BSC6900 to the M2000 Creating Scheduled Tasks
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Verifying the GSM Services

Handling the Alarms Generated During the Commissioning

Handling Alarms During Commissioning

Checking alarm on the LMT Handling the Alarms by LMT online help

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Verifying the GSM Services

To be sure BSC can provide services defined in license file

Basic services

The basic services consist of speech service and data service.

Feature services

The feature services consist of the inter-RAT handover, location service, and AMR service.

If the result of service verification cannot meet the expected results, start message tracing on the LMT over the Um, Abis, A, Gb, Pb, and Ater interfaces.

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BSC6900 Commissioning Procedure Locally Verifying the OMU


Activating and Verifying the License Loading the BSC6900 Board Software and Data Files Verifying the Interfaces Handling the Alarms Verifying the Services Connecting the BSC6900 to the M2000 Creating Scheduled Tasks
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Connecting the BSC6900 to the M2000


Connect the BSC6900 to the OM network Configure the IP route from the BSC6900 to the M2000

ADD OMUIPRT ADD EMSIP

Create the BSC6900 on the M2000

DCN

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Creating Scheduled Tasks

Scheduled tasks for backing up system data

ADD SCHTSK ADD SUBTSK

Scheduled tasks for backing up logs

ADD SCHTSK ADD SUBTSK

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