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Table of Contents
This document has 21 pages. Summary of changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 Activating IP based Iu-PS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Verifying IP based Iu-PS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Deactivating IP based Iu-PS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Activating IP based Iu-CS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Verifying IP based Iu-CS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Deactivating IP based Iu-CS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

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Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 Network configuration . . . . . . . IP-based Iu-PS connectivity . . Network configuration . . . . . . . IP-based Iu-CS connectivity . . ....... ....... ....... ....... ...... ...... ...... ...... ....... ....... ....... ....... ...... ...... ...... ...... .......7 .......7 . . . . . . 14 . . . . . . 14

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Summary of changes
Changes between document issues are cumulative. Therefore, the latest document issue contains all changes made to previous issues. Please note that our issue numbering system is changing. For more information, see Guide to WCDMA RAN operating documentation. Changes between issues 02 and 1-2 Instructions have been updated in both Activating IP based Iu-PS and Activating IP based Iu-CS. Changes between issues 1-2 and 1-1 Activating IP based Iu-PS and Activating IP based Iu-CS Steps for VLAN configuration in the RNC added Instructions in Activating IP based Iu-CS updated

Changes between issues 1-1 and 1-0 Activating IP based Iu-PS and Activating IP based Iu-CS IP address examples and MML commands have been updated and modified in figures and configuration instructions The structure of steps has been modified

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1 Activating IP based Iu-PS


Purpose Follow the procedure below to activate feature RAN750: IP based Iu-PS. For more information on the feature, see RAN750: IP based Iu-PS in WCDMA RAN, rel. RU10, feature descriptions. The configuration examples in the activation instructions use the IP addressing presented in figures Network configuration and IP-based Iu-PS connectivity.

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Before you start NPGE(P) HW unit is required to enable the IP-based Iu-PS. This is an optional feature which is under a separate license control and belongs to the application software. Before a licensed feature can be activated, the license (a file including the feature information) must be transferred and installed in the RNC. You can install the license by using NetAct or a local MML interface. If you install the license using NetAct, the feature covered by the license is automatically set to the ON state. If you use the MML interface, you must also set the feature state (ON/CONFIG/OFF). In new installations, the default state is OFF. When installing a new increment, the previously set state remains as the default. For more information, see Licence-based feature management, W7 - Licence and Feature Handling, and License management principles. See also System Administration Principles in NetAct Product Documentation and Licensed sales items in RU20 in License management in WCDMA RAN.

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Use the ZW7M; command to activate the license for the feature with feature code 1070. Feature-specific parameters have to be defined for each IP-based Iu interface. The differentiated services code point (DSCP) mapping for the user plane connections is configured with the IPQM object attributes. The corresponding DSCP to PHB mapping is configured and needs to be aligned at the IP layer resources configuration. Each used DSCP needs to have the corresponding DSCP to PHB mapping for the IP egress scheduling. The following parameters are related to this feature. IPQM parameters: IPQMId ConversationalTCToDSCP StreamingTCToDSCP InteractiveTHP1TCToDSCP InteractiveTHP2TCToDSCP InteractiveTHP3TCToDSCP BackgroundTCToDSCP IPQMIdPS IPBasedRouteIdPS DestIPAddrListPS DestIPPrefixPS DestIPAddressPS IPNetmaskPS EchoRequestSending IPStackErrorTimer N3Requests T3Response 3472 IU-PS IP ROUTING ERROR. It is raised when GTP level Echo Request has been enabled and sent, but Echo Response has not been received. Steps 1 Configure the basic IP layer resources for the control plane.

IUPS parameters:

RNC parameters:

g The EchoRequestSending, N3Requests, and T3Response corresponding alarm is

g Before starting with a new IP layer configuration, check and review the existing IP
layer configuration with the ZQRI MML commands.

g For the Iu interface control plane configuration it is recommend to use two different
NPGEs and SCTP multi-homing. In these configuration examples the multihoming is not enabled. For further information on SCTP and signaling configuration on IP, see Configuring Signalling Transport over IP over ATM for Control Plane in Configuring IP Connection for RNC. a) Enable the IP forwarding of NPGE(P): ZQRT:NPGE,0:IPF=YES;

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If VLAN is used: b) Enable the IFGE0 Ethernet interface: ZQRN:NPGEP,0:IFGE0:::::UP; c) Create a VLAN interface for the NPGE-0 unit. The VLAN name is VL1, VLAN ID is 2 (VLAN ID can have value between 2 to 4094), and the VLAN is attached to the physical interface IFGE0. ZQRM:NPGE,0:VL1:2:IFGE0; d) Configure the IP address of the VLAN interface. ZQRN:NPGE,0:VL1:(a).(b).(c).(d),P:X:; where (a), (b), (c), and (d) have to be replaced with the corresponding values fromnetwork planning. g Pay attention to the IP address planning with the VLAN configuration at system level. The sample IP addressing figures shown here depict the configuration with IP layer routing without the VLAN configuration option. If VLAN is not used: e) Configure the IP address for the NPGE GE interface: ZQRN:NPGE,0:IFGE0:10.4.1.193,:29:; Proceed with the configuration for both cases: f) g) Create a static route to the gateway for the NPGE for PS Core: ZQKC:NPGE,0:10.25.114.128,25:10.4.1.194:PHY; Configure DSCP to PHB mapping profile for the Ethernet interface (IFGE0). Refer to the ZQ8B; command in the MML manual. This is optional; a default value can also be used. Configure PHB queue profile. Refer to the ZQ8V; command in the MML manual. Assign a DSPM profile to an IP interface in NPGE by the given profile IDs: ZQ8S:NPGE,0:IFGE0:ENA:ID1=1:ID2=1; or use the default profile: ZQ8S:NPGE,0:IFGE0:ENA::; Check the internal IPoA to ICSU: ZQMQ:ICSU,0::NPGE,0:::ALL; Reuse the internal IPoA from the Iub. While reusing the internal IPoA, there is no need for additional MML commands. An alternative solution is to create new IPoA with ZQMC MML command and assign IPs manually to the NPGE and ICSU for the IPoA with the ZQRN; MML command. ZQMC:ICSU,0,L:AA0:NPGE,0,P:IFAI0::; or in case of using NPGEP unit: ZQMC:ICSU,0,L:AA0:NPGEP,0,L:IFAI0::; Proceed with the configuration for both cases: ZQRN:NPGE,0:IFAI0,U:10.4.1.193,:32; ZQRN:ICSU,0:AA0,U:10.1.1.193,:32:10.4.1.193:; Configure the IPoA interface on ICSU and LO0 IP. In this example the internal IPoA interface AA511 was created in the system automatically. ZQRN:ICSU,0:LO0:10.1.1.193,L:; ZQRN:ICSU,0:AA511,:10.1.1.193,:32:10.4.1.193:; Create a static route for ICSU, NPGE as gateway: ZQKC:ICSU,0::10.4.1.193:LOG;

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n) Verify connectivity between ICSU and SGSN: ZQRX:ICSU,0:IP=10.25.114.169; 2 Configure the IP-based user plane for the Iu-PS. a) Configure the IP address for the NPGE(P) GE interface if needed for Iu-PS. The configuration in Step 1 can be applied. b) Configure DSCP to PHB mapping profile and PHB queue profile if not yet assigned. Refer to the ZQ8B; and ZQ8V; command in the MML manual. c) Assign the DSPM profile to an IP interface in NPGE by the given profile IDs if not yet assigned: ZQ8S:NPGE,0:IFGE1:ENA:ID1=1:ID2=1; or use the default profile: ZQ8S:NPGE,0:IFGE1:ENA::; g If the IP based route committed bit rate is zero, no connection admission control (CAC) is performed in this IP-based route. Only IP-based routes for which no CAC is done can be used for load sharing. d) Configure the IP-based route to the NPGE: ZQRU:ADD:3,"IUPSUP":; ZQRC:NPGE,0:IFGE0:IPV4=10.4.1.193:ID=3; e) Create a static route: ZQKC:NPGE,0:10.25.114.145,25:10.4.1.194:PHY; f) Verify connectivity between NPGE and SGSN: ZQRX:NPGE,0:IP=10.25.114.145; 3 Configure the IP-based control plane for the Iu-PS. a) MML configuration: 1. Create the SCTP association set: ZOYC:IUPS:C::;, 2. Add assocations into assocation set: ZOYA:IUPS:ICSU,0:SS7:; 3. Configure the local and remote IP addresses of the assocation: ZOYP:M3UA:IUPS,0:"10.1.1.193",:"10.25.114.169",29,;, 4. (Optional) Modify the association state: ZOYS:M3UA:IUPS,0:ACT;, g This step is needed only when you want to activate the SCTP association without affecting M3UA level signaling interactions. 5. Create the IP-based signaling link set: ZNSP:NA0,2031,SGSNV:2:IUPS:; 6. Create the signaling route set: ZNRC:NA0,2031,SGSNV,0,,N:,,,7:; 7. Allow the activation of signaling link: ZNLA:2:; 8. Allow the activation of signaling route: ZNVA:NA0,2031:; 9. Change the signaling link state: ZNLC:2,ACT:;

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10. Change the signaling route state: ZNVC:NA0,2031::ACT:; 11. Define the SCCP subsystem RANAP for the remote end: ZNFD:NA0,2031,0:8E,RANAP,0,Y:; 12. Set the broadcast status of the SCCP signaling point: ZOBC:NA0,2031,8E::Y; 13. Change the SCCP state: ZNGC:NA0,2031:ACT:; 14. Change the subsystem state: ZNHC:NA0,2031:8E:ACT:; b) OMS configuration: 1. Create the destination SPC in Iu-PS. g At this stage RANAP reset should be sent by the RNC and be replied correctly by the Core. 4 Configure the Radio Network layer information. a) Start the RNC OMS application RNW Object Browser, or alternatively use the RNW interface. b) Create the IPQM object for the DiffServ DSCP selection if needed. Already existing IPQM can also be used. You can use the default DSCP values within the IPQM. The already created IPQM object can be used as well if the same DSCP mapping applies. By default only one IPQM is needed for all the IP Iu interfaces. c) IP configuration for the IUPS object: The IPQMId has to refer to the IPQM object created in step b. IP-Based Route reference for the Iu-PS user plane transport bearer setup is retrieved based on the peer IP address signalled at RANAP RAB assignment. IP-based route identification has to refer to the already created IP-Based Route entity in the RNC. In case one IP-based route entity is used for the Iu-PS user plane setups, the following entry can be used: 0.0.0.0/0 -> IP-based route id 3. In this case only one entry is defined at IUPS - DestIPAddrListPS. In case a detailed destination IP address based references are used, the entry 10.25.114.145/28 -> IP-based route id 3 (netmask /28, 255.255.255.240) can be configured. IUPS object may contain several destination IP address and netmask-based references to different IP-based route entities if required from the transport network configuration point of view. Expected outcome The feature RAN750: IP based Iu-PS has been activated.

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2 Verifying IP based Iu-PS


Purpose Follow the procedure below to verify that the activation of RAN750: IP based Iu-PS feature has been successful. Steps 1 Check that the following alarms do not show up: 3313 IU INTERFACE SIGNALLING FAILURE indicates that a single Iu link is down. 3314 CORE NETWORK SERVICE INTERRUPTION indicates that all Iu links are down.

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Register and authenticate the user equipment (UE) into the network. Perform the FTP download to the UE. Expected outcome The RAN750: IP based Iu-PS feature interface functionality has been verified after the data is successfully received by the UE through the PS domain.

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3 Deactivating IP based Iu-PS


The RAN750: IP based Iu-PS feature is not separately deactivated. The Iu-PS interface user plane and control plane can be configured either by using the ATM or IP/Ethernet transport option.

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4 Activating IP based Iu-CS


Purpose Follow the procedure below to activate feature RAN75: IP based Iu-CS. For more information on the feature, see RAN75: IP based Iu-CS in WCDMA RAN, rel. RU10, feature descriptions. The configuration examples in the activation instructions use the IP addressing presented in the figures Network configuration and IP-based Iu-CS connectivity.

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Network configuration

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IP-based Iu-CS connectivity

Before you start CS Core (MGW and MSS) must be configured. For the MSS and MGW configuration refer to the corresponding customer documentation. NPGE(P) HW unit is required to enable the IP-based Iu-CS.

g If the Support for Tandem/Transcoder Free Operation and AMR Codec Set features
have been enabled on CS Core side, then those need to be enabled on the RNC side as well before the RAN75: IP based Iu-CS can be activated.

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This is an optional feature which is under a separate license control and belongs to application software. Before a licensed feature can be activated, the license (a file including the feature information) must be transferred and installed in the RNC. You can install the license by using NetAct or a local MML interface. If you install the license using NetAct, the feature covered by the license is automatically set to the ON state. If you use the MML interface, you must also set the feature state (ON/CONFIG/OFF). In new installations, the default state is OFF. When installing a new increment, the previously set state remains as the default. For more information, see Licence-based feature management, W7 - Licence and Feature Handling, and License management principles. See also System Administration Principles in NetAct Product Documentation and Licensed sales items in RU20 in License management in WCDMA RAN. Use the ZW7 command to activate the license for the feature with feature code 1069. Feature-specific parameters have to be defined for each IP-based Iu interface. The differentiated services code point (DSCP) mapping for the user plane connections is configured with the IPQM object attributes. The corresponding DSCP to PHB mapping is configured and needs to be aligned at the IP layer resources configuration. Each used DSCP needs to have the corresponding DSCP to PHB mapping for the IP egress scheduling.

g The IP addresses and subnets must be set according to the actual network plan, the
ones used in the document are only examples. The following parameters are related to this feature. IPQM parameters: IPQMId ConversationalTCToDSCP StreamingTCToDSCP InteractiveTHP1TCToDSCP InteractiveTHP2TCToDSCP InteractiveTHP3TCToDSCP BackgroundTCToDSCP IPQMIdCS IPBasedRouteIdCS DestIPAddrListCS DestIPPrefixCS DestIPAddressCS IPNetmaskCS MinUDPPortCS RtcpActivation Iu Interface Identifier Core Network Identity Mobile Country Code Mobile Network Code Network Indicator Signalling Point Code Release version of Core Network

IUCS parameters:

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Steps 1 Configure the basic IP layer resources for the control plane.

g Before starting with a new IP layer configuration, check and review the existing IP
layer configuration with the ZQRI MML commands.

g For the Iu interface control plane configuration, it is recommended to use two different NPGEs for the SCTP multi-homing. In these configuration examples the multihoming is not enabled. For further information on SCTP and signaling configuration on IP, see Configuring Signalling Transport over IP over ATM for Control Plane in Configuring IP Connection for RNC. a) Enable the IP forwarding of NPGE(P): ZQRT:NPGE,0:IPF=YES; If VLAN is used: b) Enable the IFGE0 Ethernet interface: ZQRN:NPGEP,0:IFGE0:::::UP; c) Create a VLAN interface for the NPGE-0 unit. The VLAN name is VL1, VLAN ID is 2 (VLAN ID can have value between 2 to 4094), and the VLAN is attached to the physical interface IFGE0. ZQRM:NPGE,0:VL1:2:IFGE0; d) Configure the IP address of the VLAN interface. ZQRN:NPGE,0:VL1:(a).(b).(c).(d),P:X:; where (a), (b), (c), and (d) have to be replaced with the corresponding values from network planning. g Pay attention to the IP address planning with the VLAN configuration at system level. The sample IP addressing figures shown here depict the configuration with IP layer routing without the VLAN configuration option. If VLAN is not used: e) Configure the IP address for the NPGE(P) GE interface: ZQRN:NPGE,0:IFGE0:10.25.125.1,P:30:; Proceed with the configuration for both cases: Create a static route to the gateway for the NPGE for CS Core: ZQKC:NPGE,0:10.25.114.64,29:10.25.125.2:PHY; g) Configure DSCP to PHB mapping profile for the Ethernet interface (IFGE0). Refer to the ZQ8B command in the MML manual. This is optional; a default value can also be used. h) Configure PHB queue profile. Refer to the ZQ8V; command in the MML manual. i) Assign a DSPM profile to an IP interface in NPGE by the given profile IDs: ZQ8S:NPGE,0:IFGE0:ENA:ID1=1:ID2=1; or use the default profile: ZQ8S:NPGE,0:IFGE0:ENA::; j) Check the internal IPoA to ICSU: ZQMQ:ICSU,0::NPGE,0:::ALL; k) Configure the local subnet for internal IPoA. ZQMN:1:10.25.123.0,26:; f)

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Verify (interrogate) the local subnet. ZQML:1; m) Reuse the internal IPoA from Iub. An alternative solution is to create a new IPoA with the ZMQC MML command and assign IPs manually to the NPGE and ICSU for the IPoA with the ZQRN MML command: ZQMC:NPGE,0,L:IFAI2:ICSU,0,L:AA2::; ZQRN:NPGE,0:IFAI2,U:10.25.125.1,P:32:10.25.114.65:::; ZQRN:ICSU,0:AA2,N:10.25.114.65,L:32:10.25.125.1:1500; n) Configure the IPoA interface on ICSU and LO0 IP. In this example the internal IPoA interface AA511 was created to system automatically. ZQRN:ICSU,0:LO0:10.25.114.65,L:; ZQRN:ICSU,0:AA511,:10.25.114.65,:32:10.25.125.1:; o) Create a static route for ICSU, NPGE as gateway: ZQKC:ICSU,0::10.25.125.1:LOG; 2 Configure the IP-based user plane for Iu-CS. a) Configure the IP address for the NPGE(P) GE interface if needed for Iu-CS. The configuration from Step 1 can be applied. b) Configure DSCP to PHB mapping profile and PHB queue profile if not yet assigned. Refer to the ZQ8B; and ZQ8V; command in the MML manual. c) Assign the DSPM profile to an IP interface in NPGE by the given profile IDs if not yet assigned: ZQ8S:NPGE,0:IFGE1:ENA:ID1=1:ID2=1; or use the default profile: ZQ8S:NPGE,0:IFGE1:ENA::; g If the IP based route committed bit rate is zero, this means that no Connection Admission Control (CAC) is performed in this IP-based route. Only IP-based routes for which no CAC is done can be used for load sharing. d) Configure the IP-based route to the NPGE: ZQRU:ADD:2,"IUCSUP":; ZQRC:NPGE,0:IFGE0:IPV4=10.25.125.1:ID=2; e) Configure a static route toward the MGW UP subnet: ZQKC:NPGE,0:10.25.114.72,29:10.25.125.2:PHY; f) Configure a static route toward the MGW TPG subnet: ZQKC:NPGE,0:10.25.(a).(b),(c): 10.25.125.2:LOG; where (a), (b), and (c) have to be replaced with the corresponding values from network planning. 3 Configure the IP-based control plane for Iu-CS. a) MML configuration: 1. Create the SCTP association set: ZOYC:IUCS:C::;, 2. Add assocations into assocation set: ZOYA:IUCS:ICSU,0:SS7:; 3. Configure the local and remote IP addresses of the assocation: ZOYP:M3UA:IUCS,0:"10.25.124.1",,:"10.25.114.65",29::;

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4. Modify the association state: ZOYM:IUCS:REG=N:; ZOYS:M3UA:IUCS,0:ACT;, 5. Define RNC own signalling point data: ZNRP:NA0,RNC-SPC,RNC-SPCNAME,:::; 6. Create the IP-based signaling link set: ZNSP:NA0,990,MGWTM:1:IUCS:; 7. Create the signaling route set: ZNRC:NA0,990,MGWTM,0,,N:,,,7:; 8. Allow the activation of the signaling link: ZNLA:1:; 9. Allow the activation of the signaling route: ZNVA:NA0,990:; 10. Change the signaling link state: ZNLC:1,ACT:; 11. Change the signaling route state: ZNVC:NA0,990::ACT:; 12. Create the signaling route set to the MSS: ZNRC:NA0,391,MC1NI,6,,:NA0,990,MGWTM,7:; 13. Allow the activation of the signaling route: ZNVA:NA0,391:NA0,990:; 14. Define SCCP service: ZNPC:NA0,03,SCCP:Y:Y,::; 15. Define SCCP for RNC own signalling point: ZNFD:NA0,RNC-SPC,0:8E,RANAP,0,N:; 16. Define SCCP for MGW signalling point: ZNFD:NA1,MGW-SPC,0:; 17. Change the signaling route state to the MSS: ZNVC:NA0,391:NA0,990:ACT:; 18. Define the SCCP subsystem RANAP for the remote end: ZNFD:NA0,391,0:8E,RANAP,0,Y:; 19. Set the broadcast status of the SCCP signaling point: ZOBC:NA0,391::Y; 20. Set the local broadcast status of the SCCP signaling point: ZOBM:NA0,391::Y; 21. Change the SCCP state: ZNGC:NA0,391:ACT:; 22. Change the subsystem states: ZNGC:NA0,MGW-SPC:ACT:; ZNHC:NA1,RNC-SPC:8E:ACT:; ZNHC:NA0,391:8E:ACT:; b) OMS configuration: 1. Create the destination SPC in Iu-CS. 4 Configure the Radio Network layer information. a) Start the RNC OMS application RNW Object Browser, or alternatively use the RNW interface. b) Create the IPQM object for the DiffServ DSCP selection if needed:

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Activating RAN750 and RAN75: IP based Iu-PS and IP based Iu-CS

Activating IP based Iu-CS

You can use the default DSCP values within the IPQM. Only one IPQM is needed for all the IP Iu interfaces by default and the already created IPQM object can be used as well if the same DSCP mapping applies. The default values apply for the minimum default port. c) IP configuration for the IUCS object: Activate the RTCP, the default values apply. g Check if the RTCP activation status is consistent with the MGW configuration. IP-Based Route identification has to refer to the already created IP-Based Route entity in the RNC. In this example the id 2 is used in Step 2 d. The destination IP address list for Iu-CS must contain the MGW user plane IP subnet. The system validates at RAB assignment that the IP address signalled to the RNC belongs to the configured IP subnets in the related IUCS object. add mobile country code, mobile network code, network indicator, and signaling point code. Expected outcome The feature RAN75: IP based Iu-CS feature has been activated.

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Verifying IP based Iu-CS

Activating RAN750 and RAN75: IP based Iu-PS and IP based Iu-CS

5 Verifying IP based Iu-CS


Purpose Follow the procedure below to verify that the activation of RAN75: IP based Iu-CS feature has been successful. Steps 1 Check that the following alarms do not show up: 3313 IU INTERFACE SIGNALLING FAILURE indicates that a single Iu link is down. 3314 CORE NETWORK SERVICE INTERRUPTION indicates that all Iu links are down.

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Register and authenticate the user equipment (UE) into the network. Perform an AMR call from the UE. Expected outcome The RAN75: IP based Iu-CS feature interface functionality has been verified with performing a normal voice call.

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Activating RAN750 and RAN75: IP based Iu-PS and IP based Iu-CS

Deactivating IP based Iu-CS

6 Deactivating IP based Iu-CS


The RAN75: IP based Iu-CS feature is not deactivated separately. The Iu-CS interface user plane and control plane can be configured either by using the ATM or IP/Ethernet transport option.

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