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2009-11

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Dual-mode BSC6900 Data ConfigurationGSM Only

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This slide describes the process of creating the script of the BSC6900 initial configuration depend on the WebLMT.

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Be familiar with the data configuration steps


Know the method of data effective Know how to create a new CELL and a new BTS quickly

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BSC6900 Intial Configuration Guide(V900R011C00) BSC6900 Commissioning Guide(V900R011C00) BSC6900 MML Command Reference (V900R011C00) Typical Configuration Scripts (in Intial Configuration Guide)

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Chapter 1 Summarize of Data Configuration Chapter 2 Data Configuration

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The Evolution of Data Configuration Client

We can use GUI and MML to complete the data configuration for BSC6000,
one for Graphic User Interface, another for Man Machine Language which can run batch script.

For BSC6900, we use WebLMT and CME to do the data configuration. No need to install the server software on your PC, and we can login by Web anywhere to do the data configuration by MML command.

GUI LMT

MML LMT

Web LMT

M2000

CME
BSC6000

M2000

CME
BSC6900

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WebLMT Login

Enter the external virtual IP address of the OMU in the address bar on the IE.
Press Enter on the keyboard, or click Go next to the address bar to display the login window of the BSC6900.

Enter the Name, Password, and Verify Code. Select the User Type. You can select Local User or EMS. If the verify code is illegible, click Change the verify code for a new code.

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Data Configuration Interface of MML

Navigation Tree

Running Successful

Running Failed

Command Display Input Command

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Run Batch Interface

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Data Configuration Modes

Principle of Effective Mode Configuration

The process of effective mode configuration is as follows:


The BSC6900 is switched to effective mode. The configuration console (LMT or M2000) sends MML commands to the configuration management module of the OMU.

The configuration management module of the OMU sends the configuration data to the
database of the related host board and writes the data to the OMU database.

Realize

We can use SET CFGDATAINEFFECTIVE to switch between effective and ineffective mode.

One command just for one subrack.


This mode used in modifying data dynamic.

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Data Configuration Modes

Principle of Ineffective Mode Configuration

The process of ineffective mode configuration is as follows:

The BSC6900 is switched to ineffective mode.

The configuration console (LMT or M2000) sends MML commands to the configuration
management module of the OMU. The configuration management module sends only the configuration data to the OMU database. When a subrack or the BSC6900 is reset, the OMU formats the configuration data in the database into a .dat file, loads the file onto the related host boards, and then activates the configuration data.

Realize

We can use SET CFGDATAINEFFECTIVE to switch between effective and ineffective mode. One command just for one subrack. This mode used in Initial data Configuration .

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Data Configuration Take Effect


Begin
Set the subrack as ineffective mode Initialize the BSC6900 configuration Data Updating the OMU Database Run MML batch Set the subrack as effective mode Format the data files
SET CFGDATAINEFFECTIVE

RST DATA

RUN BATCHFILE

SET CFGDATAEFFECTIVE

Generating the Data File for the Loading

FMT DATA

Setting the Loading Mode

Set the subrack work mode

SET LODCTRL

Resetting the BSC6900 Boards

Reset subrack

RST SUBRACK

Checking the Consistency of the Data and the Version

Check the consistency

ACT CRC

Finish
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Change in MML Data configuration of BSC6900

Equipment and logical data are separated in site and cell data configuration.

Equipment data, logical data, bind.

SRAN sites3900 sites of 2G and 3G unify to SRAN sites3900 sites with 9.0 software version

Types of sites supported SRANMODE: BTS3900,BTS3900A,DBS3900,BTS3036,BTS3036A,DBS3036A,BTS3900L Select SRANMODE when add bts; Select actual cabinets when add bts cabinets, such as APM30, RFC etc. Designate the cabinet, subrack and slot information when add RXU board; Designate the cabinet, subrack and slot information of main control board which transmission is connected to in BTS when add bts connect. The data of the site unsupported SRANMODE and cannot be changed to the site supported SRANMODE by MML data configuration.

Others

OPC is binded to cells, not to the BSC subrack; Clock source is configured for interface boards, not for BSC subrack; Signaling links set is need to add; GSM CN node is need to configure.

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PC OMU

Functions The PC OMU is auxiliary software developed on the basis of the OMU software of Windows version. The PC OMU enables Huawei engineers to operate the OMU software on their PCs.

Data configuration through MML commands Verify the data configuration through the license file Panel display on the LMT (optional)

Methods of Obtaining the Software and Documents


Software http://support.huawei.com Software -> Version Software -> Wireless Product Line -> Single RAN -> MBSC -> BSC6900 -> BSC6900 V900R011 -> BSC6900 V900R011C00SPC300 or later version. Windows version (windows is in the software name) should be used. DocumentsBSC6900 PC OMU Operation Guide in Version Documents

Method of Starting and Stopping PC OMU


net start omud net stop omud

Default functions setting


Device panel display, FTP tool, alarm, tracing, and monitoring are disabled by default Built-in OMU board mode, not the external BAM server mode
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Chapter 1 Summarize of Data Configuration Chapter 2 Data Configuration

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The Chat Flow of Data Configuration

Data configuration scene


BM/TC Separated. A, Ater, Abis Over TDM Transmission. Inner PCU, Gb over FR.
The Equipment Data
Configuring the system information Configuring a cabinet Configuring a subrack

Global Information
Configuring the

Interface Data
Configuring Ater interface Configuring A interface Configuring Gb interface

The Clocks Data


Set the Clock source of

GBTS and Cells


Configuring the
BTS device data Configuring the logic data of the cell Configuring the transmission data

basic data
Configuring the OPC

Interface board
Add the Clock source of the system Set the work mode of the

Configuring a board
Configuring a communication patch between subracks Configuring the time

Activating BTS
data

system Clock
source

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Step 1: Configuring the Global Information


Begin

Configuring the Global Information

Configuring the Basic Data

1 2

SET BSCBASIC
ADD GCNOPERATEOR

Configuring the Equipment Data

ADD OPC ADD N7DPC

Configuring OPC

Configuring the Equipment Data

Configuring the Clocks

Configuring a GSM BTS and Its Cells

Finish

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Step 1: Configuring the Global Information

Configuring the Basic Data:

SET BSCBASIC: <Name>, <AreaCode>, <CC>, <AVer>, <UmVer>, <AbisVer>, <HiFreqBandSupport>, <ServiceMode>, <SptRanSharing><IsSupportTcPool><IsMainBSC><ATERTRANSMODE>;

Aver, Umver, AbisVer: Phase tag for GSM protocols supported by the A interface. The value of this parameter is chosen according to the A interface phase tag provided by the MSC.Recommended Value: "GSM_PHASE_2" is recommended in common scenarios. If the BSC needs to support GPRS services, EDGE services, AMR services, eMLPP services, interRAT handover, and A over IP mode, "GSM_PHASE_2Plus" is recommended.

ServiceMode: Service mode of the BSC,GUI Value Range: SEPARATE(Separate), TOGETHER(Together), AIP(AIP). SptRanSharing: Whether to support RAN Sharing .

IsMainBSC: Whether the BSC is a primary BSC . ATERTRANSMODE: Transport mode of the Ater interface. The Ater interface can be in TDM or in IP transport mode. Example: SET BSCBASIC: AreaCode=021, CC=86, AVer=GSM_PHASE_2Plus, UmVer=GSM_PHASE_2Plus, AbisVer=GSM_PHASE_2Plus, HiFreqBandSupport=DCS1800, ServiceMode=SEPARATE, ATERTRANSMODE=TDM;

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Step 1: Configuring the Global Information

Configuring the Basic Data:

ADD GCNOPERATOR: <OperatorType>, <OPNAME><MCC>, <MNC>, <MSCPOOLALLOW>, <SGSNPOOLALLOW>;


OperatorType: Primary operator or secondary operator, GUI Value Range: PRIM(Primary Operator), SEC(Secondary Operator). OPNAME: Name of the operator. This parameter uniquely identifies an operator. MCC: Mobile country code. This parameter identifies the country where a mobile .subscriber is located, for example, the Chinese MCC is 460. MNC: Mobile network code. This parameter identifies the public land mobile network (PLMN) where a mobile subscriber is homed. Example: ADD GCNOPERATOR: OperatorType=PRIM, OPINDEX=0, OPNAME="TEST", MCC="460", MNC="04", MSCPOOLALLOW=NO, SGSNPOOLALLOW=NO;

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Step 1: Configuring the Global Information

Configuring the OPC

ADD OPC: <NAME>, <SPX>, <NI>, <SPCBITS>, <SPC>


NAME: OSP name. SPX: OSP Index, To identify an OSP uniquely. NINetwork ID. GUI Value Range: INT(INT), INTB(INTB), NAT(NAT), NATB(NATB). SPCBITSOSP code bits. GUI Value Range: BIT14(BIT14), BIT16(BIT16), BIT24(BIT24). SPCHexadecimal OSP code. Example: ADD OPC: NAME="BSC130", SPX=0, NI=NATB, SPCBITS=BIT14, SPC=H'0A03;

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Step 1: Configuring the Global Information

Configuring DPC

ADD N7DPC: <NAME>, <DPX>, <SPX>, <SPDF>, <DPC>, <DPCT>;


NAMEDSP name. DPXThe DSP index uniquely indicates the corresponding relationship of an DSP and OSP.

SPXTo identify an OSP uniquely.


DPCThe DSP code is in the hexadecimal format and cannot be 0. The value is unique in the SS7 signaling network. The number of DSP bits is the same as that of the SPC. If the designated bit is Bit14 in the adding of the SPC, the value range of the parameter is H'1~H'3FFF(1~16383). If the designated bit is Bit16 in the adding of the SPC, the value

range of the parameter is H'1~H'FFFF(1~65535). If the designated bit is Bit24 in the


adding of the SPC, the value range of the parameter is H'1~H'FFFFFF(1~16777215).

DPCTDSP type. GSM only mode configured as A. Example: ADD N7DPC: NAME="MSC", DPX=0, SPX=0, SPDF=WNF, DPC=H'0910, DPCT=A;

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Step 2: Configuring the Equipment Data


Begin
Configuring the System Information Configuring a Cabinet Configuring a Subrack Configuring a Board Configuring a Communication Path Between Subrack Configuring the Time
1 SET SYS

Configuring the Global Information

ADD CAB

Configuring the Equipment Data

3 4

ADD SUBRACK
SET SCUPORT

Configuring the Interfaces

ADD BRD

Configuring the Clocks

ADD SRCONPATH

Configuring a GSM BTS and Its Cells

SET TZ ADD SNTPSRVINFO

Finish

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Step 2: Configuring the Equipment Data

Configuring the System Information

SET SYS: <SYSDESC>, <SYSOBJECTID>, <SYSCONTACT>, <SYSLOCATION>, <SYSSERVICES>;


SYSDESCDescription of the Base Station Controller. SYSOBJECTIDIdentifier of the Base Station Controller. SYSCONTACTContact way of the Base Station Controller supplier. SYSLOCATIONLocation of the Base Station Controller. SYSSERVICESServices provided by the Base Station Controller. Example: SET SYS: SYSDESC="LAB", SYSOBJECTID="001", SYSLOCATION="XINTIANXIA";

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Step 2: Configuring the Equipment Data

Configuring a Cabinet

ADD CAB: <CN>, <CABT>


CNNumber of the cabinet . CABTWhether the added cabinet is a remote cabinet. ExampleADD CAB: CN=1, CABT=YES;

Note

The MPR is configured by default. You cannot add or remove this cabinet by running the MML command. The cabinets consist of the Main Processing Rack (MPR), Extended Processing Rack (EPR), and TransCoder Rack (TCR).

If the TC subrack is configured in the local cabinet, the remote TCR cannot be configured.

Configuring a Subrack

ADD SUBRACK: <SRN>, <SRName>, <TYPE>;


SRNNumber of the subrack. SRNameName of the subrack to be added. TYPEType of the subrack. ISTCCENTRWhether the subrack is a remote main TC subrack. ExampleADD SUBRACK: SRN=3, SRName="TC1", TYPE=TCS, ISTCCENTRAL=YES; ADD SUBRACK: SRN=1, SRName="EPR1", TYPE=EPS, WORKMODE=GO;

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Step 2: Configuring the Equipment Data

Configuring a Subrackenable the panel port of the SCUa board in the main subrack

SET SCUPORT: <SRN>, <PN>, <Switch >;


SRNSubrack No. PNPort No. Switch GUI Value Range: CLOSE, OPEN Example SET SCUPORT: SRN=0, PN=0, Switch=OPEN; SET SCUPORT: SRN=0, PN=2, Switch=OPEN;

Note

For the active and standby SCUa boards, if you set the attributes of the port on one SCUa board, those of the corresponding port on the other SCUa boards are also set. Except for port 10 and 11 on the SCUa board in subrack 0 when the external OMU is used, this command modifies the attributes of both an odd numbered port and an even numbered port. For example, if the attributes of port 2 on the SCUa board are modified, the attributes of port 3 are also modified. When the external OMU is used, only one of port 10 and port 11 on the SCUa board in subrack 0 can be enabled.

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Step 2: Configuring the Equipment Data

Configuring a Board

ADD BRD<SRN>, <BRDCLASS>, <BRDTYPE>, <LGCAPPTYPE>, <SN>, <MPUSUBRACK>, <MPUSLOT>;

BRDCLASSClasses of boards classified according to function modules, GUI Value Range: INT, DPU, XPU, TNU, OMU.

BRDTYPEType of the board.


LGCAPPTYPELogic function type of the board, GUI Value Range: OAM, TDM_Switching, GCP, UCP, RGCP, RUCP, IBCA, GTC, GPCU, UUP, ATM, IP, FR, HDLC, TDM, GbIP, Abis_TDM, Ater_TDM, Pb_TDM, A_TDM, Abis_IP.

MPUSUBRACKNumber of the subrack where the MPU is located. MPUSLOTNumber of the slot where the MPU is located. Example: ADD BRD: SRN=0, BRDCLASS=XPU, BRDTYPE=XPUa, LGCAPPTYPE=RGCP, SN=0; ADD BRD: SRN=0, BRDCLASS=XPU, BRDTYPE=XPUa, LGCAPPTYPE=GCP, SN=8, MPUSUBRACK=0, MPUSLOT=0;

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Step 2: Configuring the Equipment Data

Configuring a Communication Path

ADD SRCONPATH: <SRN1>, <SRN2>, <TDMN1>, <TDMN2>;


SRN1Number of the subrack of one end of the inter-subrack connection channel. SRN2Number of the subrack of the other end of the inter-subrack connection channel TDMN1Each subrack has six TDM numbers, ranging from 0 to 5. Subrack 1 TDM Port No. refers to the TDM number on subrack 1 of the inter-subrack connection.

TDMN1Each subrack has six TDM numbers, ranging from 0 to 5. Subrack 1 TDM Port No. refers to the TDM number on subrack 1 of the inter-subrack connection. ExampleADD SRCONPATH: SRN1=0, SRN2=1, TDMN1=0, TDMN2=0;

Note

Two different inter-subrack connection paths cannot be connected to the same TDM in an

identical subrack.

The two ports of one inter-subrack connection path cannot be connected to the same subrack. The inter-subrack connection path can only be connected to the subracks of the same types. At most three inter-subrack connection paths can be configured between two subracks of the same type.

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Step 2: Configuring the Equipment Data

Configuring the Time Zone

SET TZ: <ZONET>,< DST>;


ZONETTime zone. DST:Whether daylight saving time starts. ExampleSET TZ: ZONET=GMT-0800DST=NO;

Configuring the SNTP Server

ADD SNTPSRVINFO: <IP>, <PT>;


IPIP address of the server. PTNumber of the port that provides the time information on the SNTP server. Example: ADD SNTPSRVINFO: IP="192.168.88.200", PT=123;

Note:

The number of SNTP servers cannot exceed 16. If multiple SNTP servers are configured, the OMU selects the best SNTP server as the clock source according to the algorithm defined in the Network Time Protocol (NTP). The IP address is the IP address of the SNTP server. The SNTP client in the active OMU receives the time information from the SNTP server. The IP address cannot be set to a

special address such as 0.0.0.0 or 127.0.0.1.

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Step 3: Configuring the Interfaces


1

Begin
Configuring the Ater Interface Configuring the Global Information
2 3

Configuring an Ater Connection Path ADD ATERCONPATH Configuring an Ater OML ADD ATEROML Configuring an Ater Signaling Link ADD ATERSL Configuring the CN node ADD GCNNODE Configuring the physic Layer over A interface ADD AE1T1 Configuring the control plane Over A interface ADD MTP3LKS ADD MTP3LNK ADD MTP3RT Configuring PCU type SET BSCPCUTYPE Configuring SGSN node ADD SGSNNODE Configuring NSE ADD NSE Configuring BC ADD BC Configuring NSVC ADD NSVC Configuring PTPBVC ADD PTPBVC

Configuring the Equipment Data

Configuring the A interface

Configuring the Interface

Configuring Clock

7 8

Configuring a GSM BTS and Its Cells

Configuring the GB Interface

9 10 11

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Step 3: Configuring the InterfaceAter Interface

Configuring an Ater connection path

ADD ATERCONPATH<ATERIDX>, <BMSRN>, <BMSN>, <BMPN>, <TCSRN>, <TCSN>, <TCPN>;


ATERIDXIndex of an Ater connection path. BMSRNBMSNBMPNBM Subrack NO, Slot NO, Port NO. TCSRNTCSNTCPNTC Subrack NO, Slot NO, Port NO. Example: ADD ATERCONPATH: ATERIDX=0, BMSRN=0, BMSN=14, BMPN=0, TCSRN=3, TCSN=14, TCPN=0;

Note

This command applies only in BM/TC separated configuration mode. If the TC pool function is enabled, this command applies to only the active BSC. For the

standby BSCs, you need to run the ADD ATERE1T1 command to add the Ater
connection path.

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Step 3: Configuring the InterfaceAter Interface

Configuring Ater OML

ADD ATEROML: <ATEROMLINX>, <ATERPIDX>, <TSMASK>;


ATEROMLINXAter maintenance link index. ATERPIDXAter connection path index. TSMASKTime slots for Ater operation and maintenance. These time slots are provided by the ports connected to the Ater connection path. ExampleADD ATEROML: ATEROMLINX=0, ATERPIDX=0, TSMASK=TS1-1&TS2-1&TS31&TS4-1&TS5-1&TS6-0&TS7-0&TS8-0&TS9-0&TS10-0&TS11-0&TS12-0&TS13-0&TS140&TS15-0&TS16-0&TS17-0&TS18-0&TS19-0&TS20-0&TS21-0&TS22-0&TS23-0&TS240&TS25-0&TS26-0&TS27-0&TS28-0&TS29-0&TS30-0&TS31-0;

Note

Only the remote TCS can be configured with the OML on the Ater interface. Before configuring the OML on the Ater interface, you must configure the Ater connection path. The Ater OML only configured between the local switching subrack and the remote main subrack. The BM and TC subracks used for the OML on the Ater interface must be main subracks. Besides timeslot 1, the OML on the Ater interface must contain four consecutive timeslots. At most two OMLs on the Ater interface can be configured in the entire system.

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Step 3: Configuring the InterfaceAter Interface

Configuring an Ater Signaling Link

ADD ATERSL: <BTCFLAG>, <ATERIDX>, <ATERMASK>, <TNMODE>;

BTCFLAGGUI Value Range: CFGBM(BM), CFGTC(TC). CFGBM indicates that the signaling link is from XPU to Ater interface board in BM, and CFGTC indicates the signaling link from Ater interface board in TC to the A interface board. To configure a whole AterRSL from A interface board to XPU board, two MML commands are needed.

TNMODEThe Ater signaling link operates in the terrestrial transmission or satellite transmission mode. In the areas such as desert and lake where the terrestrial transmission is difficult, the satellite transmission can be used.

ExampleADD ATERSL: BTCFLAG=CFGBM, ATERIDX=0, ATERMASK=TS1-0&TS2-0&TS3-0&TS4-0&TS5-0&TS60&TS7-0&TS8-0&TS9-0&TS10-0&TS11-0&TS12-0&TS13-0&TS14-0&TS15-0&TS16-1&TS17-0&TS18-0&TS19-0&TS200&TS21-0&TS22-0&TS23-0&TS24-0&TS25-0&TS26-0&TS27-0&TS28-0&TS29-0&TS30-0&TS31-0, TNMODE=TRRS;

ADD ATERSL: BTCFLAG=CFGTC, BSCTID=0, ATERIDX=0, ATERMASK=TS1-0&TS2-0&TS3-0&TS4-0&TS5-0&TS60&TS7-0&TS8-0&TS9-0&TS10-0&TS11-0&TS12-0&TS13-0&TS14-0&TS15-0&TS16-1&TS17-0&TS18-0&TS19-0&TS200&TS21-0&TS22-0&TS23-0&TS24-0&TS25-0&TS26-0&TS27-0&TS28-0&TS29-0&TS30-0&TS31-0, TNMODE=TRRS;

Note

Each BSC can be configured with a maximum of 64 Ater connection links; Each A interface board can be configured with a maximum of 64 signaling links; Each ATER interface board can be configured with a maximum of 64 timeslots used for Ater signaling link.

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Step 3: Configuring the InterfaceA Interface

Configuring GSM CN Node

ADD GCNNODE: <CNNODEIDX>, <DPC>, <DPCGIDX>, <OPNAME>, <CNID><DFDPC>;


CNNODEIDXNode index of an MSC. DPCCode of a destination signaling point (DSP) in a signaling network. In a signaling network, each signaling point has a corresponding signaling point code (SPC). DPCGIDXSignaling group of a DSP. If multiple DSPs or one DSP serves as a logical entity, this logical entity is a DSP group. OPNAMEName of the operator. This parameter uniquely identifies an operator. CNIDUsed to uniquely identify an MSC.

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Step 3: Configuring the InterfaceA Interface

DFDPC: For the default DPC corresponds to the CN of the primary operator: when only
one DPC is configured, this parameter must be set to "YES", indicating that all the calls for the operator are accessed through the CN identified by the DPC. When multiple DPCs are configured, this parameter also determines the DPC that allows the generation of ESN. In this case, the parameter is set to "YES" for this DPC while the value for other DPCs is "NO". For the CN of a secondary operator, this parameter must be set to Yes" when only one DPC is configured. This indicates that all the calls for the secondary operator are accessed through the CN. When multiple DPCs are configured, this parameter is invalid.

Example: ADD GCNNODE: CNNODEIDX=0, DPX=0, DPCGIDX=0, OPNAME="TEST", CNID=0, DFDPC=YES;

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Step 3: Configuring the InterfaceA Interface

Configuring the Physical Layer

ADD AE1T1: <SRN>, <SN>, <PN>, <STCIC>, <DPCGIDX>, <OPCIDX>, <BSCFLAG>;


STCICNumber of the start CIC. The C/C of each E1/T1 timeslot can be calculated on the basis of this parameter. Assume that the start CIC is 100, the CIC of the E1 timeslots on the A interface will automatically be set to 100, 101, 102, 103, and so on. Assume that the CIC of an E1 timeslot is 65535, the CICs of all successive E1 timeslots are all 65535. BSCFLAG It indicates whether the A interface E1/T1 is the primary BSC or secondary BSC. Example: ADD AE1T1: SRN=0, SN=16, PN=0, STCIC=0, DPCGIDX=0, OPCIDX=0, BSCFLAG=MAINBSC;

Note

You can configure up to 512 E1/T1 links on the A interface board.


The CICs of the two E1/T1 timeslots on the A interface with the same OSP index and DPC Group Index must be different. In practice, however, running this command always fails due to the same CIC of the two timeslots. In this case, you need to adjust the Start CIC to ensure that the CIC of an E1/T1 timeslot on the A interface differs from that of another timeslot.

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Step 3: Configuring the InterfaceA Interface

Configuring the Control Plane

ADD MTP3LKS: <SIGLKSX>, <DPX>, <NAME>;


SIGLKSXTo identify an signaling link set uniquely. DPXThe DSP index uniquely indicates the corresponding relationship of an DSP and NAMESignaling link set name. Example: ADD MTP3LKS: SIGLKSX=0, DPX=0, NAME="LINK1";

Note

The DSP specified by DSP index must exist, and it must be an adjacent DSP. One adjacent DSP can be configured with only one signaling link set.

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Step 3: Configuring the InterfaceA Interface

Configuring the Control Plane

ADD MTP3LNK: <SIGLKSX>, <SIGSLC>, <BEARTYPE>, <TCMODE>, <ATERIDX>,


<ATERTSMASK>, <ASRN>, <ASN>, <MTP2LNKN>, <APN>, <ATSMASK>;

SIGLKSXTo identify an signaling link set uniquely. SIGSLCM3UA link ID of the specified link set. BEARTYPELink bearer type. GUI Value Range: MTP2(MTP2), SAAL(SAAL). TCMODETo specify the mode of TC. GUI Value Range: SEPERATE_PRINCIPAL(Principal BSC), SEPERATE_SUBORDINATE(Subordinate BSC), TOGETHER(BSC/TC Together).

ATERIDXIndex of an Ater connection path. ATERTSMASKAter interface timeslot mask. MTP2LNKNTo identify an MTP2 link. APNA interface port No.. ATSMASKA interface timeslot mask.

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Step 3: Configuring the InterfaceA Interface

Configuring the Control Plane

Example: ADD MTP3LNK: SIGLKSX=0, SIGSLC=0, BEARTYPE=MTP2,

TCMODE=SEPERATE_PRINCIPAL, ATERIDX=0, ATERMASK=TS1-0&TS2-0&TS30&TS4-0&TS5-0&TS6-0&TS7-0&TS8-0&TS9-0&TS10-0&TS11-0&TS12-0&TS130&TS14-0&TS15-0&TS16-0&TS17-1&TS18-0&TS19-0&TS20-0&TS21-0&TS22-0&TS230&TS24-0&TS25-0&TS26-0&TS27-0&TS28-0&TS29-0&TS30-0&TS31-0, ASRN=3, ASN=16, MTP2LNKN=0, APN=0, ATSMASK=TS1-0&TS2-0&TS3-0&TS4-0&TS5-0&TS60&TS7-0&TS8-0&TS9-0&TS10-0&TS11-0&TS12-0&TS13-0&TS14-0&TS15-0&TS16-

1&TS17-0&TS18-0&TS19-0&TS20-0&TS21-0&TS22-0&TS23-0&TS24-0&TS25-0&TS260&TS27-0&TS28-0&TS29-0&TS30-0&TS31-0, NAME="mtp3link0";

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Note

The link set to be used must exist. Signalling Link Code must be set to the same value at the two ends of the signaling link. The total number of MTP3 signaling links cannot exceed 1904. The number of MTP3 links controlled by the same CPUS subsystem cannot exceed 50. DPXThe DSP index uniquely indicates the corresponding relationship of an DSP and OSP. SIGLKSXTo identify an signaling link set uniquely. NAMEOne MTP3 route name. Example: ADD MTP3RT: DPX=0, SIGLKSX=0, NAME="RT1";

ADD MTP3RT: <DPX>, <SIGLKSX>, < NAME>;

Note

DSP index and Signalling link set index must exist. If the DSP specified by DSP index is inconsistent with that specified by Signalling link set index, you need to check whether the DSP specified by Signalling link set index has a transfer function.

In addition to a direct route, it is recommended to add an alternative route as a backup. At most 238 MTP3 routes can be configured for the BSC.

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Step 3: Configuring the InterfaceGb Interface

Configuring the PCU Type

SET BSCPCUTYPE: <TYPE>;


TYPEType of the PCU. GUI Value Range: OUTER(Outer PCU), INNER(Inner PCU). Example: SET BSCPCUTYPE: TYPE=INNER;

Configuring the SGSN Node

ADD SGSNNODE: <CNOPNAME>, <CNID>;


OPNAMEName of the operator. This parameter uniquely identifies an operator. CNIDIdentifies a service provider. Example: ADD SGSNNODE: OPNAME="TEST", CNID=0;

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Step 3: Configuring the InterfaceGb Interface

Configuring an NSE

ADD NSE: <NSEI>, <SRN>, <SN>, <PT>, <CNOPNAME>, <CNID>;

NSEIIdentifies a unique NSE.


SRNSNSubrack number and slot number of the XPU bound to the. PTSubnet protocol type. GUI Value Range: GB_OVER_FR(Gb over FR), GB_OVER_IP(Gb over IP). OPNAMEName of the operator. This parameter uniquely identifies an operator. CNIDIdentifies a service provider. Example: ADD NSE: NSEI=0, SRN=0, SN=0, PT=GB_OVER_FR, OPNAME="TEST", CNID=0;

Note

The NSE must be configured in the MPS or EPS. A BSC can be configured with up to 128 NSEs.

When Protocol type is set to GB_OVER_IP and Subnetwork Configure Mode is set to
DYNAMIC, then Server IP and Server Port are determined by the serving GPRS support node (SGSN). If Subnetwork Configure Mode is set to STATIC, then Server IP and Server Port need not be set.

NSE identifier must be consistent with that on the SGSN side.


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Configuring a BC

ADD BC: <SRN>, <SN>, <PN>, <BCID>, <TS>;


SRN SN PN: Subrack number, Slot number, Port number. BCIDIdentifies one BC at the same port. The BCID's value range of PEUa board is 0~255 and that of POUc board is 0~511. TSTimesolt of bearing channels. Example: ADD BC: SRN=0, SN=24, PN=0, BCID=0, TS=TS1-1&TS2-1&TS3-1&TS41&TS5-1&TS6-1&TS7-1&TS8-1&TS9-1&TS10-1&TS11-1&TS12-1&TS13-1&TS141&TS15-1&TS16-1;

Note

Bearing timeslot and Protocol type must be consistent with those on the Serving GPRS

Support Node (SGSN) side.

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Step 3: Configuring the InterfaceGb Interface

Add NSVC

ADD NSVC: <NSVCIDX>, <NSVCI>, <NSEI>, <SRN>, <SN>, <BCID>, <DLCI>;


NSVCIDXNSVC index, identifying a unique NSVC. NSVCINSVC ID, identifying a unique NSE. This ID must be negotiated with the peer SGSN. NSEIIdentifies a unique NSE. BCIDIdentifies one BC at the same port. The BCID's value range of PEUa board is 0~255 and that of POUc board is 0~511. DLCIID of the data link connection of the NSVC. It is an interworking parameter which must be consistent on the BSC and the peer. Example: ADD NSVC: NSVCIDX=0, NSVCI=0, NSEI=0, SRN=0, SN=24, BCID=0, DLCI=16;

Note

An NSVC is carried on a bearer channel (BC) on the E1/T1 link. A BC can be configured with several NSVCs (differentiated by The identifier of Data Link Connection). An NSVC can belong to only one BC and only one NSE, whereas an NSE can correspond to several NSVCs.

NSE identifier, NSVC identifier, and The identifier of Data Link Connection must be consistent with those on the SGSN side.

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Step 3: Configuring the InterfaceGb Interface

Configuring a PTPBVC

ADD PTPBVC: <NSEI>, <BVCI>, <IDTYPE>, <CELLNAME>;


NSEIIdentifies a unique NSE. BVCIIdentifies one PTP BVC. IDTYPESubscribers can specify the cell according to the index or the name. GUI Value Range: BYNAME(By Name), BYID(By Index).

Example: ADD PTPBVC: NSEI=0, BVCI=2, IDTYPE=BYNAME, CELLNAME="CELL1";

Note

When the SGSN pool function is disabled, a cell can be configured with only one PTP BVC. When the SGSN pool function is enabled, a cell can be configured with up to 32 PTP BVCs.

An NSE can support up to 2048 PTP BVCs.


This command can be used only in built-in PCU mode.

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Step4: Configuring the Clocks


Begin

Configuring the Global Information

Configuring the Equipment Data set the clock source


SET CLK

Configuring the Interface

Configuring Clock

add the clock source of the system set the work mode of the system clock source

ADD CLKSRC

Configuring a GSM BTS and Its Cells

SET CLKMODE

Finish

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Step4: Configuring the Clocks

Set Board Clock Source

SET CLK: < SRT>, <SRN>, <SN>, <BT>, <REF2MCLKSR>, <BACK8KCLKSW1>;


SRT: Type of the subrack. GUI Value Range: MPS, EPS, TCS. SRN: Number of the subrack. BT: Type of the board. GUI Value Range: AEUa, PEUa, AOUa, POUa, UOIa, EIUa, OIUa,

AOUc, POUc, UOIc.


REF2MCLKSR: Clock source link No. of output clock 1. GUI Value Range: 0~31. BACK8KCLKSW1Switch of 8K output clock 1 on the backplane board. Example: SET CLK: SRT=TCS, SRN=3, SN=16, BT=EIUa, REF2MCLKSRC=0, BACK8KCLKSW1=ON; SET CLK: SRT=MPS, SN=14, BT=EIUa, REF2MCLKSRC=0, BACK8KCLKSW1=ON;

Note

The clock source of the interface board in the EPS cannot be set to the 8 kHz output clock source. Each 8 kHz clock of the backplane has only one clock source. The output switch cannot be set for multiple interface boards at the same time.

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Step4: Configuring the Clocks

Add Clock Source

ADD CLKSRC: <SRCGRD>, <SRCT>;


SRCGRDPriority of the clock source. GUI Value Range: 1~4. SRCTType of the clock source. GUI Value Range: BITS1-2MHZ(2MHZ Building Integrated Timing Supply system 1), BITS2-2MHZ(2MHZ Building Integrated Timing

Supply system 2), BITS1-2MBPS(2MBPS Building Integrated Timing Supply system 1),
BITS2-2MBPS(2MBPS Building Integrated Timing Supply system 2), 8KHZ(8KHZ), GPS(Globe Positioning System), LINE1_8KHZ(8KHZ line1), LINE2_8KHZ(8KHZ line2), BITS1-T1BPS(T1BPS Building Integrated Timing Supply system 1), BITS2T1BPS(T1BPS Building Integrated Timing Supply system.

Example: ADD CLKSRC: SRCGRD=1, SRCT=LINE1_8KHZ

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Step4: Configuring the Clocks

Set Clock Working Mode

SET CLKMODE: <MODE><SRCGRD>;

MODEWorking mode of the system clock. Working modes of the system clock are as follows: (1) MANUAL: In this mode, you must specify a clock source and prevent the switching of

the clock source.


(2) AUTO: In this mode, you do not need to specify a clock source and the system automatically selects the clock source with the highest priority. (3) FREE: In this mode, the clock source of GCGa or GCUa is used. GUI Value Range: MANUAL, AUTO, FREE

Example: SET CLKMODE: MODE=AUTO;

Note

If the manually-set clock source is unavailable, the switchover fails. Then, the current clock source remains unchanged.

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Step 5: Configuring a GSM BTS and Its Cells


Begin
Configuring the Equipment Data Configuring the Global Information
1 2 3 Configure BTS ADD BTS Configure BTS subrack ADD BTSCABINET Configure BTS board ADD BTSBRD

Configuring the Equipment Data


5

Configuring the Interface

Configuring the Logical Data


6

Configuring Clock
7

Configure Cell data ADD CELL ADD GCELLOSPMAP ADD GCELLFREQ Configure TRX data ADD BTSTRXBRD ADD BTSRXUCHAIN ADD BTSRXUBRD Bind a Cell to a BTS ADD CELLBIND2BTS Bind a physical board to a logic TRX ADD TRXBIND2PHYBRD

Configuring a GSM BTS and Its Cells

Configuring the Transmission Data Activating the BTS Configuration

ADD BTSCONNECT

Finish

ACT BTS

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Step 5: Configuring the Equipment Data

Configuring a GSM BTS

ADD BTS: < BTSID>, <BTSNAME>, <BTSTYPE>, <SEPERATEMODE> <SERVICEMODE><SRANMODE>;

SEPERATEMODEWhether to enable the BTS to support the separation between the physical and logical. GUI Value Range: SUPPORT(Support), UNSUPPORT(Not Support).

SERVICEMODEService bearer mode of the BTS. GUI Value Range: TDM, HDLC,
HDLC_HubBTS, IP. SRANMODEWhether to enable the BTS to identify an object in the BTS in normalized mode, for example, to identify a board by the slot No., subrack No., and cabinet No. and to identify a transmission port by the port No. in a board. GUI Value Range: SUPPORT(Support), NOT_SUPPORT(Not Support).

Example: ADD BTS: BTSID=0, BTSNAME="BTS3900", BTSTYPE=BTS3900_GSM, SEPERATEMODE=SUPPORT, SERVICEMODE=TDM, SRANMODE=SUPPORT;

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Step 5: Configuring the Equipment Data

Add BTS Cabinet

ADD BTSCABINET: <IDTYPE>, <BTSID>,<CN>, <TYPE>;

IDTYPEIndex type of the BTS. BYNAME: query by BTS name; BYID: query by BTS index. GUI Value Range: BYNAME(By Name), BYID(By Index). BTSIDID of the BTS. The BTS ID must not conflict with other BTS IDs in the BSC.

CNNumber of the cabinet.


TYPEType of a cabinet. Example: ADD BTSCABINET: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=1, CN=0, TYPE=BTS3012;

Add BTS Board

ADD BTSBRD:<IDTYPE>, <BTSID>, <CN>, <SRN>, <SN>;

Example: ADD BTSBRD: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=0, CN=0, SRN=11, SN=0, BT=FMU;

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Step 5: Configuring the Equipment Data

3900 Series Base Stations

ADD BTSRXUCHAIN: <IDTYPE>, <BTSID>, <RCN>, <TT>, <HCN>, <HSRN>, <HSN>, <HPN>;

Number of the RXU chain or ring. The value scope is 0~11 for Non-SRAN BTS and 0~249 for
SRAN BTS. The RXU chain No. is unique in the same BTS. A maximum of 12 RXU chains can be configured in one BTS.

RXU topology type, that is, RXU ring topology or RXU chain topology. In the case of the ring topology, the optical ports of the head and tail boards must be specified. In the case of the

chain topology, only the optical port of the head board must be specified.

Number of the cabinet where the head board of the RXU chain or ring is located. HSRN:Number of the subrack where the head board of the RXU chain or ring is located. The subrack No. is unique in the same BTS. HSN: Number of the slot where the head board of the RXU chain or ring is located. The slot No. is unique in the same BTS. HPN:The number of the optical port of the head board in the RXU chain or ring. Example: ADD BTSRXUCHAIN: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=0, RCN=0, TT=CHAIN, HCN=0, HSRN=0, HSN=6, HPN=0;

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Step 5: Configuring the Equipment Data

3900 Series Base Stations

ADD BTSRXUBRD: <IDTYPE>, <BTSID>, <BT>, <CN>, <SRN>, <SN>, <RXUNAME>, <RXUCHAINNO>, <RXUPOS>;

BT:Type of the newly added RXU board. GUI Value Range: DRRU(DRRU), DRFU(DRFU), MRRU(MRRU), XRRU(XRRU), MRFU(MRFU), GRFU(GRFU), GRRU(GRRU), XRFU(XRFU), BTS3900E(BTS3900E).

RXUCHAINNO: Number of the RXU chain where the board is located.

RXUPOS: Position of the RXU board on an RXU chain.


Example: ADD BTSRXUBRD: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=0, BT=DRFU, CN=0, SRN=4, SN=0, RXUNAME="drfu0", RXUCHAINNO=0, RXUPOS=1;

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Step 5: Configuring the Equipment Data

Set the Send/Receive Mode and Work Mode of the RXU Board

SET BTSRXUBP: <IDTYPE>, <BTSID>, <RXUIDTYPE>, <RXUNAME>, <RXUTYPE>, <SndRcvMode3>;


RXUIDTYPE: Type of the RXU board index. RXUNAME: Name of the RXU board. The RXU name is unique in one BTS. RXUTYPE: Type of the RXU board. GUI Value Range: DRRU(DRRU), DRFU(DRFU), MRRU(MRRU), MRFU(MRFU), GRFU(GRFU), GRRU(GRRU), BTS3900E(BTS3900E). SndRcvMode3: Sending and receiving mode of the MRFU/GRFU board. GUI Value Range: SGL_ANTENNA(Single Feeder[1TX + 1RX]), SGLDOUBLE_ANTENNA(Single Feeder[1TX + 2RX]), DOUBLE_ANTENNA(Double Feeder[2TX + 2RX]),

DOUBLEFOUR_ANTENNA(Double Feeder[2TX + 4RX]),


DOUBLESINGLE_ANTENNA(Double Feeder[1TX + 1RX]), DOUBLEDOUBLE_ANTENNA(Double Feeder[1TX + 2RX]). Actual Value Range: SGL_ANTENNA, SGLDOUBLE_ANTENNA, DOUBLE_ANTENNA, DOUBLEFOUR_ANTENNA, DOUBLESINGLE_ANTENNA, DOUBLEDOUBLE_ANTENNA;

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Step 5: Configuring the Logical Data

Add BSC Cell

ADD GCELL: <CELLID>, <CELLNAME>, <TYPE>, <MCC>, <MNC>, <LAC>, <CI>;


CELLIDIndex of a cell, uniquely identifying a cell in a BSC. CELLNAMEName of a cell, uniquely identifying a cell in a BSC. TYPEThis parameter specifies the frequency band of new cells. Each new cell can be allocated frequencies of only one frequency band. Once the frequency band is selected, it cannot be changed.

MCCMobile country code. This parameter identifies the country where a mobile subscriber is located, for example, the Chinese MCC is 460. MNC: Mobile network code. This parameter identifies the public land mobile network (PLMN) where a mobile subscriber is homed. LACLocation area code (LAC). MSs can freely move in the local location area with no need of location update. Reasonable local allocation can effectively lighten the signaling load and improve the call completion rate.

CIIdentity code of a cell. ExampleADD GCELL: CELLID=0, CELLNAME="cell0", TYPE=GSM900, MCC="460",

MNC="10", LAC=10, CI=11;

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Step 5: Configuring the Logical Data

The Relation Between Cell And OSP

ADD GCELLOSPMAP: <IDTYPE>, <CELLID>, <OPC>;


IDTYPEType of an index. GUI Value Range: BYNAME(By Name), BYID(By Index). CELLIDIndex of a cell, uniquely identifying a cell in a BSC. OPC: Code of the original signaling point (OSP) in the signaling network. In the signaling network, each signaling point is identified by a signaling point code. Example: ADD GCELLOSPMAP: IDTYPE=BYID, CELLID=0, OPC=H'A03;

Configure the logic Data-Add Cell Frequency

ADD GCELLFRQ: <IDTYPE>, <CELLID>, <FREQ1>;


FREQ1: Frequency 1 Example: ADD GCELLFREQ: IDTYPE=BYID, CELLID=0, FREQ2=2;

Configure the logic Data-Add GSM TRX

ADD GTRX: < IDTYPE>, <CELLID>, <TRXID>, <FREQ><ISMAINBCCH>;


FREQ: Frequency of the TRX. ISMAINBCCHWhether to enable the TRX to carry the main BCCH in the cell. GUI Value Range: NO(No), YES(Yes). Example: ADD GTRX: IDTYPE=BYID, CELLID=0, TRXID=0, FREQ=2, ISMAINBCCH=YES;

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Step 5: Configuring the Logical Data

Bind a Cell to a BTS

ADD CELLBIND2BT: <IDTYPE>, <CELLID>, <BTSID>;

Example: ADD CELLBIND2BTS: IDTYPE=BYID, CELLID=0, BTSID=0

Configuring the Binding Between a Logical TRX and a Physical TRX Board

ADD TRXBIND2PHYBRD: <TRXID>, <TRXTP>, <TRXPN>, <SRN>, <SN>;

TRXIDID of the TRX. The TRX ID must be globally unique.


TRXTPType of the TRX board bound to the TRX. GUI Value Range: TRX(TRX), TRU(TRU/DTRU), QTRU(QTRU), DRRU(DRRU), DRFU(DRFU), MRRU(MRRU), MRFU(MRFU), GRFU(GRFU), GRRU(GRRU), BTS3900B(BTS3900B), BTS3900E(BTS3900E).

TRXPNNumber of the channel bound to the TRX on the TRX board. Example: ADD TRXBIND2PHYBRD: TRXID=0, TRXTP=DRFU, TRXPN=0, RXUIDTYPE=SRNSN, CN=0, SRN=4, SN=0;

Note

For TRX boards of the DBS3900 GSM, BTS3900 GSM, BTS3900A GSM, DBS3036, BTS3036, BTS3036A, BTS3900B GSM and BTS3900E GSM, you need to specify the attributes of the RXU link.

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Step 5: Configuring the Transmission Data

Add BTS Connect

ADD BTSCONNECT: <IDTYPE>, <BTSID>, <INPN>, <DESTNODE>, <SRN>, <SN>, <PN>;

IDTYPEIndex type of the BTS. BYNAME: query by BTS name; BYID: query by BTS index. GUI Value Range: BYNAME(By Name), BYID(By Index). BTSIDID of the BTS. The BTS ID must not conflict with other BTS IDs in the BSC. INPNNumber of a BTS port. DESTNODEType of the object the BTS is connected to. Value range: BTS, BSC, and DXX. GUI Value Range: BTS, BSC, DXX, OTHER. Example: ADD BTSCONNECT: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=0, INPN=0, INCN=0, INSRN=0, INSN=6, DESTNODE=BSC, SRN=0, SN=18, PN=0;

Note

The connection between the BSC and the BTS is not required for the IP-based BTS that supports IP over FE/GE transmission.

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Step 5: Activating the BTS Configuration

Act BTS

ACT BTS: <IDTYPE>, <BTSID>;


IDTYPEType of an index. GUI Value Range: BYNAME(By Name), BYID(By Index). BTSIDID of the BTS. Example: ACT BTS: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=0;

Note

After this command is run, the BTS is initialized. This command can also be used to check the BTS data as some data check is not done when BTS is not active in BSC6900.

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Step 5: Configuring a GSM BTS and Its CELL

Quickly Configuring a GSM Cell

ADD GCELLQUICKSETUP: <CELLID>, <CELLNAME>, <TYPE>, <MCC>, <MNC>, <LAC>, <CI>, <OPC>, <BCCHFREQ>, <OTHERFREQ>;

CELLID: Index of a cell, uniquely identifying a cell in a BSC. CELLNAME: Name of a cell, uniquely identifying a cell in a BSC. TYPECell type. Currently, the fast BTS construction is available for only GSM900 and DCS1800 cells. GUI Value Range: GSM900(GSM900), DCS1800(DCS1800). MCCMNCLACCIMobile country code. Mobile network code. Location area code (LAC). Identity code of a cell. BCCHFREQFrequency of the BCCH TRX. OTHERFREQOrdinary frequency. Multiple frequencies are separated by "&". For

example, "22&33&44&55" are allocated to TRXs in ascending order.

Example: ADD GCELLQUICKSETUP: CELLID=1, CELLNAME="CELLA", TYPE=GSM900, MCC="460", MNC="04", LAC=10, CI=3, OPC=H'A03, BCCHFREQ=12, OTHERFREQ="33&55";

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