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ZXWR RNC

Radio Network Controller

Log Service
Version 3.09.30

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Postcode: 518057
Tel: (86) 755 26771900
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Revision History
Revision No.

Revision Date

Revision Reason

R1.0

20100705

First Edition (V3.09.30.03)

R1.1

20100830

Modify the pictures of Configure User

R1.2

20100926

Modify the pictures of FTP Instructions

Serial Number: SJ-20100603155704-013

Contents

Preface.............................................................. I
Overview ...........................................................1
Log Types ...................................................................... 1
Log Collection Methods.................................................... 2
Log Collection Principles .................................................. 2
Log Format Description ................................................... 3
KPI Log ..................................................................... 3
Associated Log ........................................................... 3
System Log ............................................................... 4
MR Log ..................................................................... 4
IMSI Log ................................................................... 4
DSP Black Box ........................................................... 5
Number of Log Files ........................................................ 5
File Path .................................................................... 5
Modification Methods................................................... 5
Software Installation Flow................................................ 6

SBCX Board .......................................................9


Function Description ....................................................... 9
Panel Description...........................................................10
Board Structure.........................................................10
Indicators.................................................................11
Buttons ....................................................................12
Interfaces.................................................................13
Working Principles .........................................................14
Slot Requirements .........................................................16
Networking Mode...........................................................16

Install Linux OS............................................... 17


Preparations .................................................................17
Steps for Linux OS Installation ........................................17
Check for Linux OS Installation........................................21

Configure System ............................................ 23

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Configuration Guide .......................................................23


Configure User ..............................................................24
Add zte User .............................................................24
Add RNCV3PM User....................................................27
Configure ROOT Rights ...............................................31
Configure FTP Services...................................................33
Start FTP Services .....................................................33
Test FTP Services.......................................................35
Configure Telnet Services ...............................................36
Start Telnet Services ..................................................36
Test Telnet Services ...................................................40
Configure VNC ..............................................................41
Start VNC Services ....................................................41
Create VNC User .......................................................43
Test VNC Services......................................................47
Configure Network Interface ...........................................49
Set SBCX Network Interface Address............................49
Check Log Service Configuration File ............................53

Install Log Service Software ........................... 57


Description ...................................................................57
Steps for Log Service Software Installation .......................57
Check for Log Service Software Installation.......................58

Use Log Service Software ................................ 59


Start Log Service Software .............................................59
Stop Log Service Software ..............................................60
Upgrade Log Service Software.........................................61
Obtain Log Information of Log Service Software ................61

Correlative Tools ............................................. 63


VNC.............................................................................63
VNC Description ........................................................63
VNC Instructions .......................................................63
Telnet ..........................................................................64
TELNET Description....................................................64
TELNET Instructions...................................................65
FTP..............................................................................66
FTP Description .........................................................66
FTP Instructions ........................................................66

Figures ............................................................ 69
Tables ............................................................. 71

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Preface
Purpose

Thank you very much for choosing the UMTS wireless access system of ZTE Corporation!
The UMTS wireless access system of ZTE is a 3G mobile communication system developed on a basis of the UMTS technology. It
features strong capability in CS and PS service processing and provides diversified services. Compared with GSM, UMTS delivers a
wider range of telecommunication services, including such multimedia services as voice, data, and image transmission, with higher
rate and resource utilization ratio.
ZXWR RNC, a new generation radio network controller in the ZTE
UMTS V3 family, delivers functions of system access control, security mode control, mobility management, and radio resource management and control, etc.
ZXWR RNC provides all the functions defined in the 3GPP
R99/R4/R5/R6/R7 protocol, and offers Iu, Iub, and Iur series
standard interfaces, which enable it to connect with CNs, RNCs,
and Node Bs from different manufacturers.
Developed on a basis of ZTE all IP unified hardware platform,
ZXWR RNC features a distributed design, separating control plane
and user plane as well as interface and application. It supports
ATM/IP dual protocol stack and can smoothly evolve to full IP
UTRAN.

What is in This
Manual

This manual contains the following chapters:


Chapter

Summary

Chapter 1, Overview

Introduces the ZXWR RNC


operating log type, log collection
methods, collection principles,
and the installation flow of the
corresponding system.

Chapter 2, SBCX Board

Introduces the functions, panel


descriptions, working principles,
slot requirement, and networking
nodes collected by the log of the
SBCX board.

Chapter 3, Install Linux OS

Introduces the preparations and


steps to install the Linux operating
system, as well as the checks
after the installation.

Chapter 4, Configure System

Introduces the correlative


configurations of Linux OS before
installing the log service software.

Chapter 5, Install Log Service


Software

Introduces the descriptions and


steps to install the log service
software, as well as the checks
after the installation.

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Chapter

Summary

Chapter 6, Use Log Service


Software

Introduces how to use the log


service software.

Chapter 7, Correlative Tools

Introduces how to use the


correlative maintenance tools of
the log service software.

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Chapter

Overview
Table of Contents
Log Types ..........................................................................
Log Collection Methods........................................................
Log Collection Principles ......................................................
Log Format Description .......................................................
Number of Log Files ............................................................
Software Installation Flow....................................................

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2
2
3
5
6

Log Types
During the operation, ZXWR RNC generates a lot of running log
information. Collecting, recording sorting, totaling, and storing
these log information can effectively help the maintenance personnel to analyze the overall operation status of ZXWR RNC system.
At present, ZXWR RNC provides three types of log services: System log, KPI log, associated log, MR log, IMSI log, and DSP black
box.

System log
System log is used to record the operation information of the
subsystems and boards in ZXWR RNC system.

KPI log
KPI log is used to record the value of KPI in ZXWR RNC system,
for the convenience of observing and locating the problem related to the system performance.

Associated log
Associated log is used to record the detailed processing information about the signaling flow of ZXWR RNC system. For
example, the processing information of each calling flow in the
case of large traffic.
Supposing that the signaling flow processing fails, the maintenance personnel can find the related associated log information, viewing the processing records and locating the fault
cause.

MR log
MR log is used to record the measurement data related to
ZXWR RNC performance, including data of UE coverage, UE
position, cell common measurement.

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IMSI log
IMSI log is related to the use of system signaling trace tool.
When users trace the signaling of a designated IMSI through
the signaling trace tool, the log management automatically
saves the related IMSI signaling data and forwards to the signaling trace software.

DSP black box


DSP black box i sused to record the memory information of the
faulty DSP on the board. The log is generated only when DSP
fault occurs on the board.
Through collecting and analyzing the information, the DSP
black box helps users to analyze and locate DSP fault cause,
to improve the equipment performance.

Log Collection Methods


During the operation, ZXWR RNC boards and the software subsystems running on the board generate the log information all the
time. These log information is reported to SBCX board and SBCX
board collects, sorts, and saves all the information.
SBCX board collects the logs through the Log Service software that
runs on the board. According to the preset collection policies, the
Log Service software receives the log information (including the
system log, KPI log, associated log, MR log, IMSI log, and DSP
black box.) from ZXWR RNC boards, and saves to the corresponding log file.

Log Collection Principles


The log collection is implemented as below:

ZXWR RNC generates the logs.

The log service software receives and stores the log information from the ZXWR RNC. When writing the logs, the log service
software stores the logs as different log files according to the
type, name rule, and save path.

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Log Format Description


KPI Log
The format of KPI log name is
MMSS***.log, and *** indicates MSEL.

KPILOG-YYYYMMDDHH-

The sample of KPI log file name is as shown in Figure 1.


FIGURE 1 SAMPLE OF KPI LOG FILE NAME

Associated Log
Associated log contains two types: Associated log index file and
associated log code stream file.

The format of the associated log index file name is ASSLOGYYYYMMDDHHMMSS***.log, and *** indicates MSEL.
The sample of the associated log index file name is as shown
in Figure 2.
FIGURE 2 SAMPLE OF ASSOCIATED LOG INDEX FILE NAME

The format of the associated log code stream file name is


ASSLOG-YYYYMMDDHHMMSS***.log.HHMMSS.xxx.bin, and
*** indicates MSEL and xxx indicate the subsequence number.
The sample of the associated log code stream file name is as
shown in Figure 3.
FIGURE 3 SAMPLE OF ASSOCIATED LOG CODE STREAM FILE
NAME

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System Log
The format of the system log file name is SYSLOG-VX.XX.XXXYYYYMMDDHHMMSS***.log, and VX.XX.XXX indicates the produce version number and *** indicates MSEL.
The sample of the system log file name is as shown in Figure 4.
FIGURE 4 SAMPLE OF SYSTEM LOG FILE NAME

MR Log
The format of the MR log file name is ZTE_ MRR_UMTS_RNCID_YYYY-MM-DD-HH-MM-SS.dat .tar.gz. ZTE_ MRR_UMTS indicates the file head, which is permanent, YYYY-MM-DD-HH-MM-SS
indicates the time, RNCID indicates the RNC ID, and dat.tar.gz
indicates the log file is the compressed data file.
The sample of MR log file name is as shown in Figure 5.
FIGURE 5 SAMPLE OF MR LOG FILE NAME

IMSI Log
The format of the IMSI log file name is OBJTYPE.OBJID.BOARDIP.YYYYMMDDHHMMSS.tlog. OBJTYPE indicates the
object type, OBJID indicates the ID that the selected object
type corresponds to, BOARDIP indicates the IP ID of the board,
YYYYMMDDHHMMSS indicates the times that the log generates,
and tlog indicates the suffix of the log.
The relationship between OBJTYPE and OBJID is as shown in Table
1.
TABLE 1 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OBJTYPE AND OBJID
OBJTYPE

OBJID

UE

The last eight digits of IMSI.

CELL

CELLID

NODEB

NODEBID

The sample of IMSI log file name is as shown in Figure 6.

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FIGURE 6 SAMPLE OF IMSI LOG FILE NAME

DSP Black Box


The format of the DSP black box file name is board IP.DSP
ID.YYYYMMDDHHMMSS.memdat.
The sample of DSP black box file name is as shown in Figure 7.
FIGURE 7 SAMPLE OF DSP BLACK BOX FILE NAME

Number of Log Files


Through modifying the related configuration files, the users can
set the number of different types of log files to save.

File Path
The configuration file is located under bin/conf/LogService.conf. When the parameters are modified, the related
configurations automatically take effect automatically five minutes
later without the need to restart the log service software.

Modification Methods
Open the LogServer.conf file to modify the related parameters.
# The line beginning with # is a not eline.
# This is a configuration file of RNC log server.
# BEGIN
# Disk drive, only supporting the root directory settings:
RNCLOG_DIR = C:
# System log file Qty. (101000), Size (1024-10240 Kbyt
e):
SYSLOG_FILE_NUM = 100
SYSLOG_FILE_SIZE = 3072
# KPI log file Qty. (10-1000), Size (2048-10240 Kbyte):

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KPILOG_FILE_NUM = 100
KPILOG_FILE_SIZE = 3072
# Associated log file Qty.
Kbyte):

(10-1000), Size (2048-10240

ASSLOG_FILE_NUM = 500
ASSLOG_FILE_SIZE = 10240
# Associated log index file Qty. (10-1000), Size (1-5120
Kbyte):
ASSINDXLOG_FILE_NUM =100
ASSINDXLOG_FILE_SIZE = 5120
# Associated log code stream file Qty. (10-1000), Size (102
4-20480 Kbyte):
ASSCODELOG_FILE_NUM = 50
ASSCODELOG_FILE_SIZE = 20480
# Associated log guarantees 1:1 or not (set as 1 to guaran
tee associated log code stream file to correspond to associ
ated log index file by 1:1. Otherwise, set as 0):
ONEINDEX_AND_ONECODE = 1
# IMSI file Qty. (10-500), Size (4096-5120 Kbyte):
IMSILOG_FILE_NUM = 500
IMSILOG_FILE_SIZE = 4096
# MR log file Qty. (100-1000), Size (1024-30720 Kbyte):
MRLOG_FILE_NUM = 500
MRLOG_FILE_SIZE = 20480
# RNCID in file to store MR log file:
RNCID = 0
# END

Software Installation Flow


The flow to install Log Service software on SBCX board is as shown
in Figure 8.

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FIGURE 8 LOG SERVICE INSTALLATION FLOW

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Chapter

SBCX Board
Table of Contents
Function Description ........................................................... 9
Panel Description...............................................................10
Working Principles .............................................................14
Slot Requirements .............................................................16
Networking Mode...............................................................16

Function Description
In actual applications, the Log Service software is running on the
SBCX board of RNC. One of the SBCX board functions is to collect
RNC log information and generates the log file as required. Thus,
the maintenance personnel can view the log information and increase the speed and capacity to locate the fault.

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Panel Description
Board Structure
FIGURE 9 SBCX PANEL

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FIGURE 10 RSVB PANEL

Indicators
The colors and functions of indicators on SBCX panel are as shown
in Table 1. The statuses of indicators indicate the running status
of the SBCX CPU, power supply and the hard disk.
TABLE 1 INDICATORS ON SBCX PANEL
S.N.

Name

Color

Description

ENUM

Yellow

The indicator for


the board hot
plugging/unplugging.

RUN

Green

Flashing slowly
indicates that
the board
is running
normally.

ACT

Green

M/S indicator.
ON indicates
the board is
master and OFF
indicates the
board is slave.

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S.N.

Name

Color

Description

ALM

Red

Board alarm
indicator. ON
indicates there
is alarm on the
board and OFF
indicates there
is no alarm on
the board.

HD

Green

Hard disk
indicator. ON
indicates that
the board can
not be plugged.

PWR

Green

Power supply
indicator. ON
indicates that
the board 5
V and 3.3 V
power inputs
are normal.

SAS1

Green

SAS hard disk


1 running
status indicator.
ON indicates
the hard disk
is running
normally.

ALM1

Yellow

SAS hard disk 1


alarm indicator.
OFF indicates
there is no
alarm on the
hard disk.

SAS2

Green

SAS hard disk


2 running
status indicator.
ON indicates
the hard disk
is running
normally.

10

ALM2

Yellow

SAS hard disk 2


alarm indicator.
OFF indicates
there is no
alarm on the
hard disk.

Buttons
The buttons on SBCX panel are as shown in Table 2.

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TABLE 2 BUTTONS ON SBCX PANEL


S.N.

Button

Function

Slot No.

EXCH

M/S switch

S1A3

RST

Board reset

S1A4

PWB

Board power supply


control

S1A2

ENUM1

SAS hard disk 1 ENUM


ON/OFF

ENUM2

SAS hard disk 2 ENUM


ON/OFF

Interfaces
TABLE 2 INTERFACES ON SBCX PANEL
Location

Interface

Direction

Description

Logic Network
Interface

SBCX
front
board

SAS
hard
disk interface
1

Bidirectional

Interface of SAS
hard disk 1 with
SAS subcard

None

SAS
hard
disk interface
2

Bidirectional

Interface of SAS
hard disk 2 with
SAS subcard

None

KB

Rx

Keyboard interface

None

MS

Rx

Mouse interface

None

VGA

Tx

Display interface

None

USB1

Bi-directional

USB interface

None

USB2

Bi-directional

USB interface

None

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Location

Interface

Direction

Description

Logic Network
Interface

RSVB
rear
board

OMC1

Bi-directional

External Gigabit
Ethernet interface

eth3

OMC2

Bi-directional

External Gigabit
Ethernet interface

eth4

OMP1

Bi-directional

External 100M
Ethernet interface,
connecting OMM
NM internal
network

eth6

HEART1

Bi-directional

External 100M
Ethernet interface

eth1

HEART2

Bi-directional

External 100M
Ethernet interface

eth2

RS232

Bi-directional

Debugging serial
interface machine

eth5

USB1

Bi-directional

USB interface

None

USB2

Bi-directional

USB interface

None

100 M
control
plane/FE

Bi-directional

Connecting the
control plane port
of UIM board of
the switching
unit through the
backplane

eth0

Backplane

Working Principles
The principle diagram of the SBCX is as shown in Figure 11.

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FIGURE 11 PRINCIPLE DIAGRAM OF SBCX BOARD

As shown in Figure 11, the SBCX board consists of three units:

CPU
CPU includes dual-CPU, south/north bridge chip, memory, hard
disk, and two SAS subcards. Two SAS hard disks can be inserted through the subcard interface and configured as RAID1.
Meanwhile, it provides the external interfaces, including VGA
display interface, PS/2 mouse interface, keyboard interface,
four USB interfaces, control plane FE electrical interface, two
GE interfaces, and three FE interfaces.

Logic processing unit


Implementing all logic processing functions of the board.

Power supply management unit


Implementing the power supply management distribution of
the board.
In actual applications, the log information that RNC other
boards report is sent to the SBCX board through the 100 M
control plane Ethernet interface. SBCX board deals with the
log information through the logic processing unit and then
saves it in the designated hard disk file.
Meanwhile, through the external Ethernet interface, the SBCX
board can connect to the NM server and reports the log information to the NM server. Thus, the user can query the related
log information through the NM server.

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Slot Requirements
Each SBCX board occupies two specific slots on the switching shelf,
control shelf, resource shelf, and BGSN, as shown in Table 3.
TABLE 3 SLOT REQUIREMENTS
Shelf

Available Slot

Support M/S
or Not

Remarks

BPSN switching
shelf

1/3

Yes

BPSN070200
(PCB version
4) and latter
versions

BCTC control
shelf

1/3/5/7/11

No

BCTC060201
(PCB version
3) and former
versions

1/3/5/7/11/13/
15

Slot 1/3/5/7
supports M/S,
while Slot
11/13/15 does
not support
M/S.

BCTC060201
(PCB version
3) and latter
versions

BUSN resource
shelf

1/3/5/7/11/13

No

None

BGSN

1/3/5/7

No

None

Networking Mode
FIGURE 12 NETWORKING OF SBCX

In actual applications, the method that the SBCX board connects


with other boards in ZXWR RNC through the internal 100 M control
plane network interface on the backplane, same as other common
boards. The board IP address is obtained automatically, same as
other ZXWR RNC boards.
ZXWR RNC connects the external OMM NM server by connecting
the OMP1 on RSVB to OMM NM internal network.

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Chapter

Install Linux OS
Table of Contents
Preparations .....................................................................17
Steps for Linux OS Installation ............................................17
Check for Linux OS Installation............................................21

Preparations
Context

Steps

Set the BIOS of the SBCX board, to modify the booting order and
startup order when the system starts. Thus, the system can start
easily from USB hard disk and enter the installation interface of
the Linux OS.
1. Power on and start the SBCX board.
2. During the startup, press Delete to enter the BIOS setup interface of the board.
3. On BIOS SETUP UTILITY interface, select Boot tab.
4. On Boot tab, select

Boot Device Priority.

5. Set 1st Boot Device as USB:JLMS XJ-SD001D. Then, the equipment


is USB when the system starts up.
6. Press F10 to save the system settings.
7. The message of Are
OK, save and exit.
END
Result

you sure to save and exit

pops up.

Click

OF STEPS

The system startup order is set to start from the USB CD.

Steps for Linux OS


Installation
Short Description
Prerequisites

To install Red Hat Linux OS.


Prepare the disk of Red Hat OS. The OS version is AS4 Update 5
and the inner core version is 2.6.9-55.ELsmp.

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Steps

1. If the machine is OFF, turn on the machine first. Insert the


first CD into the driver and restart the machine. After boot:
appears, press Enter.
2. The system enters Welcome to Red Hat Enterprise Linux
interface, where the CD check is performed.
3. Click Skip and the system enters Welcome to Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS interface.
4. Click Next and the system enters Language Selection interface. Select English (English).
5. Click Next and the system enters Keyboard Configuration
interface, where U.S. English is checked.
6. Click Next and the system enters Disk Partition Setup interface. Check Manually partition with Disk Druid and Warning
window pops up.
7. Click Yes and the system enters Disk Setup interface.
Teh system starts to partition. The file system type of swap
partition is swap, and of all other partition files is ext3, as
shown in Table 3.
TABLE 3 DISK PARTITION

Disk

SAS(sda)

Mounting
Point

System
Type

Size

/boot

ext3

200M (forced to be master


partition, appointed space size)

swap

swap

8G (forced to be master partition,


appointed space size)

ext3

10G (forced to be master


partition, appointed space size)

/home

ext3

Remaining

8. Click Next and the system enters Boot Load Program Configuration interface.
Keep the default setting of

Take GRUB as Boot Load Program.

Select
tem.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS

as the default booting sys-

Select

Configure Prior Boot Load Program Option.

9. Click Next and the system enters Configure Prior Boot Load
Program Option interface.
Select

/dev/sdb Master Boot Record (MBR)


for Boot Load Program Record.

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Installation Location

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Note:
If the option is /dev/sdb Master Boot Record (MBR), change the
booting order. Select SATA harddisk menu and drag it to the
first. Confirm the modification and then continue with the
installation.
10. Click Next and the system enters Network Configuration,
where the hardware and configurations of the network devices
are set.

Check

eth3

Uncheck
Check

and click

Edit.

Automatically via DHCP.

Manually.

Enter the IP address: 129.0.31.100.


Enter the netmask: 255.255.252.0.

Note:
IP address and network mask listed in this section is just
an example. Fill in IP address and netmask according to
the actual cases.

Check

Manual

in

Hostname.

Enter the host machine name according to the naming rule,


such as, sbcx01.wcdma.
11. Click Next and Warning window pops up.
12. Click Next and the system enters Firewall Configuration interface, where the settings related to firewall can be configured, and then click Next.
Check

No firewall.

Disable

SELinux.

13. Click Next and Warning-No Firewall window pops up.


14. Click Next and the system enters Additional Language Support interface.
Select the default language

English (USA).

15. Click Next and the system enters Time Zone Selection interface. Select the time zone according to the actual cases.
Uncheck

System clock uses UTC.

16. Click Next and the system enters Set Root Password interface. Enter the password twice and the setting takes effect
immediately.
17. Click Next and the system enters Package Group Selection
interface. Select Customize the software package to install.
The software packages to install (the software packages are
not required under level-2 directory are default) include:

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X Window System
GNOME Desktop Environment
Editors
Server configuration tool
Windows File Server
FTP Server
Network Server
Extra Software Packages
vnc-server - VNC Server
dhcp - DHCP Server and Forward Agent
Remaining Network Server
Extra Software Packages
tftp-server - TFTP Server
telnet-server - Server Program Used for telnet Remote Login
Protocol
Development Tool
Previous Software Development
Management Tool
System Tool
Extra Software Packages
ethereal - Network Traffic Analyzer
nmap - Network Search Tool and Security Scanner
sysstat - sar and iostat System Monitor Command
18. Click Next and the system enters Ready to Install interface.
19. Click Next and the system enters Required Installation
Medium interface. Insert the installation CD.
20. Click Next and the system prompts to insert different CDs. Operate according to the wizard. the installation may take about
0.51 hour, which depends on how many software packages
are installed and how fast the machine is.
21. After the installation completes, remove the installation CD and
restart the machine.
22. Set the BIOS of the machine, cancelling to start from the driver.
23. Restart and the system enter Welcome interface.
24. Click Next and the system enters License Agreement interface. Check yes, I accept the license agreement.
25. Click Next and the system enters Date and Time interface.
Set the date and time for the server.
26. Click Next and the system enters Display interface. Keep the
default settings.
27. Click Next and the system enters Red Hat Network Login
interface. Check Please tell me why to register and provide one
Red Hat login accountant.

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28. Click Next and the system enters Why to register interface.
Check I can not register now. Please remind me later.
29. Click Next and the system enters Initialization interface.
later, License interface pops up and select Accept.
30. Click Next and the system enters System User interface. Create the root user.
User name: root
Full name: root
Password: ******
Confirm the password: ******
31. Click Next and the system enters Audio Card interface. Keep
the default settings.
32. Click Next and the system enters Extra Disk interface. Keep
the default settings.
33. Click Next and the system enters End of Installation interface.
34. Click Next and the system enter the graphic login interface.
END

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Check for Linux OS


Installation
After Linux installation is complete, the system prompts you to
prepare your system for reboot.
The first time you start your Red Hat Enterprise Linux system, the
setup agent is presented, which guides you through the Red Hat
Enterprise Linux configuration. Using this guide, you can set your
system time and date, install software, register your machine with
Red Hat Network, and more. The setup guide lets you configure
your environment at the beginning. So that you can get started
using your Linux system quickly.
After configuration, Linux desktop appears that shows the installation is successful and you could start your job on it.

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Table of Contents
Configuration Guide ...........................................................23
Configure User ..................................................................24
Configure FTP Services.......................................................33
Configure Telnet Services ...................................................36
Configure VNC ..................................................................41
Configure Network Interface ...............................................49

Configuration Guide
After Linux OS installation completes, perform some configurations
for OS, to get prepared for the operation of log service software.
The configuration order is as shown in Figure 13.
FIGURE 13 OPERATION SYSTEM CONFIGURATION GUIDE

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Configure User
This section introduces how to configure users required in the system operation, and how to add the user into the related user group.

Add zte User


Abstract

To add zte user, to install and run Log Service applications.


The user should add zte user into Telnet and FTP groups because
zte user requires using Telnet and FTP server.

Prerequisites

Steps

Linux OS is running normally.

The user accesses the system as root user.

1. Choose Applications > System settings > Users, as shown


in Figure 14.
FIGURE 14 SELECTING USERS AND GROUPS

2. User Manager interface pops up, and click Add User, as


shown in Figure 15.

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FIGURE 15 USER MANAGER INTERFACE

3. Create New User dialog box pops up, as shown in Figure 16.
Enter the information of zte user.
FIGURE 16 CREATE NEW USER DIALOG BOX

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4. Click OK and the system returns to User Manager interface,


as shown in Figure 17.
FIGURE 17 SUCCESSFULLY ADDING ZTE USER

5. Click Properties and User Properties dialog box pops up, as


shown in Figure 18.
FIGURE 18 USER PROPERTIES DIALOG BOX

6. Select Groups tab. Tick FTP and telnet to add the zte user
into these two groups, as shown in Figure 19.

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FIGURE 19 ADDING ZTE USER TO ZTE GROUP

7. Click OK. The system saves the settings and exit.


END
Result

OF STEPS

A new zte user is added into both FTP and telnet user group.

Add RNCV3PM User


Abstract

To add RNCV3PM user for OMM NM software to obtain the performance data through FTP mode.

Note:
This operation is only used when an anonymous user can not obtain the performance data.
Prerequisites

Steps

Linux OS is running normally.

The user accesses the system as root user.

1. Choose Applications > System settings > Users, as shown


in Figure 20.

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FIGURE 20 SELECTING USERS AND GROUPS

2. User Manager interface pops up, and click Add User, as


shown in Figure 21.
FIGURE 21 ADDING RNCV3PM USER

3. Create New User dialog box pops up, as shown in Figure 22.
Enter the information of RNCV3PM user.

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FIGURE 22 CREATE NEW USER DIALOG BOX

4. Click OK and the system returns to User Manager interface,


as shown in Figure 23.

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FIGURE 23 SUCCESSFULLY ADDING RNCV3PM USER

5. Click Properties and User Properties dialog box pops up, as


shown in Figure 24.
FIGURE 24 USER PROPERTIES DIALOG BOX

6. Select Groups tab. Tick FTP and root to add the RNCV3PM
user into these two groups, as shown in Figure 25.

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FIGURE 25 ADDING RNCV3PM USER TO USER GROUP

7. Click OK. The system saves the settings and exit.


END

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Result

A new RNCV3PM user is added into both FTP and root user group.

Postrequisite

Supposing that OMM NM software requires obtaining the performance data through the RNCV3PM user, configure the following
settings at the server end where OMM software is installed:
1. Open the file of womc-cm-rnc-FTPinfo.xml under the
directory
of
$Home\ZXWR-OMCRB\WOMC\ums-svr\zxwomc\RNS\RNC\zxwomc-common-rnc-api.par\conf.
2. Use the following commands to modify the values of User and
Password as RNCV3PM.
<BLADESVRFTP>
<User>RNCV3PM</User>
<Password>********<Password>
</BLADESVRFTP>
3. Restart OMM server to obtain the performance data through
the user name of RNCV3PM and the preset password.

Configure ROOT Rights


Short Description
Prerequisites

To add the FTP rights of the root user.

Linux OS is running normally.

The user accesses the system as root user.

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Steps

1. Access the system as root user.


2. Open the file of /etc/vsftd.FTPusers and add # before root
name in the file.
FIGURE 26 ADDING FTP RIGHTS OF ROOT USER

3. Open the file of /etc/vsFTPd.user_list and add # before root


name in the file.
FIGURE 27 ADDING VSFTPD RIGHTS OF ROOT USER

4. Restart the vsFTPd services and the settings take effect.

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For detailed operations, refer to Configure FTP Services.


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Configure FTP Services


FTP service configurations include starting FTP services and setting as activating when computer starts. After the settings, test
whether FTP services can be accessed and used normally.

Start FTP Services


Prerequisites
Steps

Linux OS is running normally.


1. Select Applications > System settings > Server settings
> Services, as shown in Figure 28.
FIGURE 28 SELECTING SERVICES

2. Service Configuration interface pops up, and tick


shown in Figure 29.

vsFTPd,

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FIGURE 29 SERVICE CONFIGURATION INTERFACE

3. Observe the contents of Status.

4. If the current status is Stopped, click


vice.
END
Example

to start this ser-

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If you can not start the FTP server with the above methods, try
entering the command at the terminal, as shown in Figure 30.
FIGURE 30 STARTING FTP SERVICES THROUGH COMMAND LINE

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Test FTP Services


Prerequisites

Steps

Linux OS is running normally.

FTP services have been opened.

1. Access Linux OS as root user.


2. Select Applications > System tools > Terminal, as shown
in Figure 31.
FIGURE 31 SELECTING TERMINAL

3. Access FTP system as root users, zte user, and RNCV3PM user
respectively, as shown in Figure 32.
FIGURE 32 TESTING FTP ACCESS

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Note:
Usually, the default FTP port is 21. If the port has been modified, recover it with the following method:

Open the /etc/vsftpd/vcftpd.conf file

Find the listen_port field

Add

END
Result

Carry out the service vsftpd restart command at the


command terminal
Reboot the VSFTPD service.

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If the FTP server can be connected successfully, the configuration


succeeds.

Configure Telnet Services


Telnet service configurations include starting Telnet services and
setting as activating when computer starts. After the settings,
test whether Telnet services can be accessed and used normally.

Start Telnet Services


Prerequisites
Steps

Linux OS is running normally.


1. Select Applications > System settings > Server settings
> Services.
2. Service Configuration interface pops up, and tick xinetd, as
shown in Figure 33.

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FIGURE 33 CONFIGURING XINETD SERVICE

3. Observe the contents of

Status.

4. If the current status is Stopped, click

to start this service.

5. On Service Configuration interface, tick krb5-telnet, as


shown in Figure 34.
FIGURE 34 CONFIGURING KRB5-TELNET SERVICE

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6. Observe the contents of

Status.

7. If the current status is Stopped, click

8. Click
END

to start this service.

to save the settings.

OF STEPS

Result

After the above commands are executed, all Telnet services have
been started.

Postrequisite

To start Telnet service with the command line, perform the following operations:
1. Access Linux OS as root user.
2. Choose Applications > System tools > Terminal, as shown
in Figure 35.
FIGURE 35 SELECTING TERMINAL

3. Enter the command shown in Figure 36.

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FIGURE 36 ENTERING COMMAND

4. The file of krb5-telnet is opened. Find disable


ify it as disable = no, as shown in Figure 37.

= yes

and mod-

FIGURE 37 MODIFYING CONFIGURATION

5. Use the following command to start xinetd service, as shown


in Figure 38.

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FIGURE 38 STARTING XINERD SERVICE

Test Telnet Services


Prerequisites

Steps

Linux OS is running normally.

Telnet services have been opened.

1. Access Linux OS as root user.


2. Choose Applications > System tools > Terminal, as shown
in Figure 39.
FIGURE 39 SELECTING TERMINAL

3. Enter the command shown in Figure 40.

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FIGURE 40 TESTING TELNET ACCESS

END
Result

OF STEPS

After the connection succeeds, the Telnet services have configured


successfully.

Configure VNC
VNC service configurations include starting VNC services and setting as activating when computer starts. After the settings, test
whether Telnet services can be accessed and used normally.

Start VNC Services


Prerequisites
Steps

Linux OS is running normally.


1. Select Applications > System settings > Server settings
> Services
2. Service Configuration interface pops up, and tick vncserver, as shown in Figure 41.

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FIGURE 41 CONFIGURING VNCSERVER SERVICE

3. Observe the contents of


4. If the current status is

Status.

Stopped,

click Start to start this service.

5. Click Save to save the settings.


6. Choose Applications > Preference > Remote Desktop, as
shown in Figure 42.
FIGURE 42 SETTING REMOTE DESKTOP

7. Remote Desktop Preferences interface pops up, as shown


in Figure 43.

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FIGURE 43 REMOTE DESKTOP PREFERENCE INTERFACE

8. Click Close and VNC services have been configured.


END

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Create VNC User


Prerequisites
Steps

Linux OS is running normally.


1. Access Linux OS as root user.
2. Choose Applications > System tools > Terminal, as shown
in Figure 44.

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FIGURE 44 SELECTING TERMINAL

3. Carry out the commands to open the file of vncservers, as


shown in Figure 44.
FIGURE 45 OPENING VNCSERVERS FILE

4. In the file, add the command line of


and exit.

VNCSERVERS=1:root.

Save

This command line is to add root user into VNC service user.

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FIGURE 46 ADDING VNC RIGHTS OF ROOT USER

5. Use the following commands and enter the VNC access password for the current root user, as shown in Figure 47.
FIGURE 47 SETTING ROOT PASSWORD FOR VNC

6. Use the following command to open the file of $home/.vnc/xstartup under the main directory of the user.
[root@localhost]#vi $home/.vnc/xstartup
7. Add the following command lines into the file contents:
#!/bin/bash
unset SESSION_MANAGER
exec /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc

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FIGURE 48 MODIFYING XSTARTUP FILE

8. Use the following command to modify the execution rights of


the xstartup file.
[root@localhost.vnc]# chmod 755 xstartup
9. Use the following commands to start the VNC server.
[root@localhost.vnc]# cd /etc/init.d
[root@localhost init.d]# vncserver
10. Use the following command to set the VNC server as activating
when computer starts.
[root@localhost.vnc]# chkconfig vncserver on
11. Use the following
/etc/X11/xorg.conf.

command

to

open

the

file

of

[root@localhost.vnc]#vi /etc/X11/xorg.conf
12. Find the section of Module in the file contents and add the
following command line into this section.
Load vnc
FIGURE 49 MODIFYING MODULE SECTION

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13. Find the section of Screen in the file contents and add the following command line into this section.
Option "passwordFile" "/root/.vnc/passwd"
FIGURE 50 MODIFYING SCREEN SECTION

14. Save and exit.


END
Result

OF STEPS

Restart the equipment or restart the X Server, and the settings


take effect.

Test VNC Services


Prerequisites

Steps

Linux OS is running normally.

VNC server is running normally.

VNC software is installed normally at the client.

1. Select vncviewer to start the VNC client, as shown in Figure


51.

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FIGURE 51 STARTING VNC CLIENT

2. Set the VNC Server.


3. Click Connect and VNC Authentication dialog box pops up,
as shown in Figure 52.
FIGURE 52 VNC AUTHENTICATION DIALOG BOX

4. Type the password for the VNC connection.


5. Click Log On and the system successfully accesses the VNC
server, as shown in Figure 53.

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FIGURE 53 SUCCESSFULLY ACCESSING VNC SERVER

END
Result

OF STEPS

VNC client is connected to the server correctly.

Configure Network Interface


Network configurations include setting the network interface IP address of the SBCX board and setting network interface IP address
in the configuration file of the Log Service software.

Set SBCX Network Interface Address


Abstract

The SBCX board provides seven network interfaces: One connects


with the UIM on the same shelf through the backplane, and the
other six network interfaces provide the external network interfaces through the rear card.
Before using the SBCX board, set the IP address for the six network
interfaces, through which to connect with the debugging machine,
hub, or other network device through the network cable.

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Note:
Set one IP address in 128 network segment for the network interface, to Ping through the UIM board on the same shelf, thus
ensuring the normal communication with other RNC boards. Test
the six network interfaces one by one until make sure that this
network interface is the one that connects with the UIM board.
Make records of its ID.
Prerequisites

Steps

Linux OS is running normally.

The SBCX board is starting normally.

The UIM board and the OMP board are both running normally.

1. Choose Applications > System settings > Server settings


> Network, as shown in Figure 54.
FIGURE 54 SELECTING NETWORK

2. Select the network interface devices one by one and click

to activate all network interfaces, as shown in Figure


55.

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FIGURE 55 NETWORK CONFIGURATION INTERFACE

3. Select eht0 and click Edit to set its static IP address, as shown
in Figure 56.

Caution:
Do not check Automatically obtain IP address settings
with. Otherwise, Linux OS will fail to start.

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FIGURE 56 ETHERNET DEVICE INTERFACE

4. At the terminal, Ping the IP of the UIM on the same shelf


(premising that the UIM board is running normally), or Ping
the IP of OMP in 128 network segment (premising that the
OMP and the UIM on the local shelf are running normally, and
the UIM on the local shelf has set up the link with OMP).

If Ping succeeds, eth0 is the device that connects with the


UIM board through the backplane. Make records of its ID.
If Ping fails, eth0 is not the device that connects with the
UIM board through the backplane. Repeat the above steps
until finding the correct network interface.

5. Repeat the above steps and configure the IP address required


for the configuration of other network interfaces according to
the network settings.
6. Click OK to close Ethernet Device interface.
7. Select File > Save to save the settings, as shown in Figure 57.

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FIGURE 57 SAVING FILE

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Check Log Service Configuration File


Abstract

After the Log Service software is uploaded and depressed to the


SBCX board, the network interface configurations should be correctly configured to the software. Otherwise, the Log Service software may fail to connect with other ZXWR RNC boards.
In the defaulted configuration file of the Log Service software, the
control plane network interface device (128 network segment) is
eth0 and OMC network interface device (129 network segment)
is eth3.

Prerequisites

Steps

Linux OS is running normally.

The SBCX board is starting normally.

The SBCX board has been correctly configured with the network interfaces.

1. Access the system as root user.


2. Use the following command to switch to the directory where
the Log Service software package locates.
[root@localhost]cd

$home

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3. Open the file of bin/conf/Chinese/NetIf.conf under the directory of the Log Service software.
[root@localhost]vi

bin/conf/Chinese/NetIf.conf

4. Check the file according to the notes.Modify this file and set the
device name of the control plane network interface as eth0 and
the device name of OMC network interface as eth3.
#Description: Enable all network interfaces that have
been configured. The enabling order is Channel1...Chan
nelX, which is unrelated to the writing order.
[CommChannel]
Count=3
#Control plane path - UIMC interface (FE)
#No alteration
[Channel1]
ChannelName= CtrlPlane
NetIfName = eth0
IP =
NETMASK =
MacAddr =
ShareIP = 0
#Platform log UDP path - UIMC interface (FE)
#No alteration
[Channel2]
ChannelName= UdpLog
NetIfName = eth0:1
IP = 128.200.200.200
NETMASK = 255.0.0.0
MacAddr =
ShareIP = 1
#OMP-OMCR path - OMP1 interface (FE) on rear board
[Channel3]
ChannelName= OMCR
NetIfName = eth6
IP = 129.200.200.200
NETMASK = 255.0.0.0
MacAddr = 00:D0:D0:FA:1A:01
ShareIP = 1
#OMM M/S path - OMC1 interface (GE) on rear board
#The IP of the left board must be configured as 128.0.3
0.1 and of the right board must be 128.0.30.9, which is
decided by NM configurations.

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#NETMASK is set as 255.255.255.0 for the time being, to


deal with the routing fault caused by multiple network
cards in same network section.
[Channel4]
ChannelName= OMM_MS
NetIfName = eth3
IP = 128.0.30.1
NETMASK = 255.255.255.0
MacAddr =
ShareIP = 0
#OMCB path - OMC2 interface (GE) on rear board
[Channel5]
ChannelName= OMCB
NetIfName = eth4
IP =
NETMASK =
MacAddr = 00:D0:D0:FA:16:01
ShareIP = 1
#OMM client server path - HEART1 interface (FE) on rear
board
[Channel6]
ChannelName= OMM_CS
NetIfName = eth1
IP =
NETMASK =
MacAddr = 00:D0:D0:FA:1B:01
ShareIP = 1
#toolkit path - HEART2 interface (FE) on rear board
[Channel7]
ChannelName= Toolkit
NetIfName = eth2
IP =
NETMASK =
MacAddr = 00:D0:D0:FA:12:01
ShareIP = 1
5. Save and exit.
END
Result

OF STEPS

Check whether the configuration file parameters of the log service


software have been configured correctly.

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Software
Table of Contents
Description .......................................................................57
Steps for Log Service Software Installation ...........................57
Check for Log Service Software Installation...........................58

Description
The Log Service software is running on the SBCX board, to collect
the log information and performance data.
Make sure that the Log Service software is installed correctly before running it.

Steps for Log Service


Software Installation
Short Description
Prerequisites

Steps

To install the Log Service software correctly.

Linux OS is running normally.

The SBCX board is starting normally.

The SBCX board has been correctly configured with the network interfaces.

The LogService_Linux.rar has been obtained.

1. Under the Windows


vice_Linux.rar.

system,

decompress

the

LogSer-

2. Through FTP, upload the decompressed file to main directory


of /home/zte of SBCX.
3. Log on the system as the root user.
4. Enter the LogService/install and execute the following command, to modify the property of the installation script into executable.

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[root@localhost install]#chmod 755 install


5. Access the LogService /install to run the installation script.
[root@localhost install]#./install
END
Result

OF STEPS

After the restart, the Log Service software can run automatically.

Check for Log Service


Software Installation
Prerequisites

Steps

Linux OS is running normally.

The SBCX board is starting normally.

The SBCX board has been correctly configured with the network interfaces.

The Log Service software has been installed correctly.

1. Access the system as root user.


2. Use the following command to check the system process.
[root@localhost]# ps A
3. Observe the contents displayed on the interface to check
whether they contain the SysCtrlProc process, CommProc
process, and LogProc process.
END

Result

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If the results displayed contain the above three processes, the log
service software is installed correctly and is running normally.

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Start Log Service Software .................................................59
Stop Log Service Software ..................................................60
Upgrade Log Service Software.............................................61
Obtain Log Information of Log Service Software ....................61

Start Log Service Software


Prerequisites

Steps

Linux OS is running normally.

The Log Service software has been installed correctly.

The Log Service software is not running currently.

1. Access the system as the zte user.


2. Use the following command to enter the installation directory
of the Log Service software.
Bash-3.00$ cd /home/zte/LogService
3. Use the following command to run the start script.
Bash-3.00$ bin/startsys

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FIGURE 58 LOG SERVICE OPERATION WINDOW

4. If the system prompts


in shell:

No rights,

enter the following command

Bash-3.00$chmod 755 bin/startsys


5. Run the start script again.
END
Result

OF STEPS

Log Service software is running normally.

Stop Log Service Software


Prerequisites

Steps

Linux OS is running normally.

The Log Service software has been installed correctly.

The Log Service software is running currently.

1. Access the system as the zte user.


2. Use the following command to enter the installation directory
of the Log Service software.
Bash-3.00$ cd /home/zte/LogService
3. Use the following command to run the stop script.
Bash-3.00$ bin/stopsys
4. If the system prompts No rights, type the following command
in shell.
Bash-3.00$chmod 755 bin/stopsys
5. Run the stop script again.
END

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Result

The Log Service software is not in the list of the processes that are
running currently.

Upgrade Log Service


Software
Prerequisites

Steps

Linux OS is running normally.

The Log Service software package of the new version has been
obtained.

The Log Service software is running currently.

1. Access the Linux OS as the zte user.


2. Refer to Stop Log Service Spftware to stop the log service software that is running currently.
3. Open the FTP software.
4. Use the zte users to upload the Log Service software package
of the new version and cover all the files under the directory
of the previous log service software.
5. Refer to Start Log Service Software to restart the log service
software.
END

Result

OF STEPS

The version of the Log Service software has been upgraded.

Obtain Log Information of


Log Service Software
Abstract

After the Log Service software is running, it automatically obtains


the associated logs, KPI logs, system logs, MR logs, IMSI logs,
DSP black box about the ZXWR RNC operation.
Users should get known of the path to save the above logs and
how to obtain the logs.

Prerequisites

Steps

Linux OS is running normally.

The Log Service software is installed and is running normally.

1. Access the system as the zte user.


2. Enter the related directory to save the logs to view the related
log files.
The paths to save the related logs are:

Path to save the associated logs: /home/rnc/ROS/ASSLOG

Path to save the KPI logs: /home/rnc/ROS/KPILOG

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Path to save the system logs: /home/rnc/ROS/SYSLOG

Path to same the MR logs: /home/rnc/ROS/MR

Path to same the IMSI logs: /home/Rnc/ROS/TRACELOG

Path to same the DSP black box: /home/Rnc/RMP

3. Through FTP, download the log files as required.


END
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Log Service is running normally and at the same time, it can receive and keep the log information normally.

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VNC.................................................................................63
Telnet ..............................................................................64
FTP..................................................................................66

VNC
VNC Description
When the SBCX board is running normally, the VNC SERVER that
Linux OS contains itself is in Running status. The user can install
and run the VNC CLIENT on any PC that connects with the SBCX
board, to access the SBCX board at the remote.

VNC Instructions
Short Description

Prerequisites

Steps

To install the VNC CLIENT on the user PC, connecting with the
VNC SERVER that runs on the SBCX board and accessing the SBCX
board at the remote.

VNC SERVER is started and is running normally.

The installation package of the VNC CLIENT software has been


obtained.

1. Depress the installation package and install the VNC CLIENT.


2. Run the VNC Viewer.
3. In VNC server textbox, enter the IP address of the network interface through which the PC machine connects with the SBCX
board.

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FIGURE 59 ENTERING IP ADDRESS OF VNC SERVER

4. Click Connect.
5. VNC Authentication dialog box pops up. Enter the password
for the remote access in Session password, as shown in Figure
60.
FIGURE 60 VNC AUTHENTICATION DIALOG BOX

6. Click OK.
END
Result

OF STEPS

The system returns to the remote desktop that the access succeeds. The user can implement all controls through the remote
desktop.

Telnet
TELNET Description
When the SBCX board is running normally, the Telnet service that
Linux OS contains itself is in Running status. The user can run the
Telnet on any PC that connects with the SBCX board, to access
the SBCX board at the remote, install, use and maintain the Log
Service software.

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TELNET Instructions
Abstract

To perform the Telnet operations on the user PC and to access the


Linux OS that runs on the SBCX board.

Note:
For the system security, the system only allows the common users
to access the Linux OS at the remote through the Telnet. If the
common user wants to execute the root rights, apply to the persons with the related rights for the account.
Prerequisites
Steps

Telnet server is started and is running normally.


1. Use the cmd command on the PC to open the user terminal.
2. Use the Telnet command to access the server at the remote,
as shown in Figure 61.
FIGURE 61 ACCESSING AT REMOTE TROUGH TELNET

3. After the connection succeeds, enter the user name and password.

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FIGURE 62 SUCCESSFULLY ACCESS

END
Result

OF STEPS

The remote access succeeds.

FTP
FTP Description
When installing, maintaining and upgrading the Log Service software, it is necessary to upload the file to the SBCX board through
FTP.
With the FTP client tool software or the FTP client that the Windows
contains itself, the users can upload and download the files.

FTP Instructions
Prerequisites
Context

FTP server is started and is running normally.


To perform the FTP operations on the user PC and to upload the
file to the SBCX board through FTP at the remote.

Note:
This section takes the software at the FTP client as the example to
introduces how to use the FTP.

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Steps

1. On the user PC, open the software at the FTP client, as shown
in Figure 63.
FIGURE 63 OPENING FTP SOFTWARE AT CLIENT

2. Enter the IP address, user name, password, and connection


port ID of the master machine, and then connect, as shown in
Figure 64.
FIGURE 64 ENTERING INFORMATION FOR CONNECTION

END

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Result

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FTP connection succeeds.

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Figures

Figure 1 SAMPLE OF KPI LOG FILE NAME ............................... 3


Figure 2 SAMPLE OF ASSOCIATED LOG INDEX FILE NAME ........ 3
Figure 3 SAMPLE OF ASSOCIATED LOG CODE STREAM FILE
NAME................................................................ 3
Figure 4 SAMPLE OF SYSTEM LOG FILE NAME......................... 4
Figure 5 SAMPLE OF MR LOG FILE NAME................................ 4
Figure 6 SAMPLE OF IMSI LOG FILE NAME ............................. 5
Figure 7 SAMPLE OF DSP BLACK BOX FILE NAME .................... 5
Figure 8 LOG SERVICE INSTALLATION FLOW .......................... 7
Figure 9 SBCX PANEL .........................................................10
Figure 10 RSVB PANEL .......................................................11
Figure 11 PRINCIPLE DIAGRAM of SBCX Board ......................15
Figure 12 Networking of SBCX.............................................16
Figure 13 OPERATION SYSTEM CONFIGURATION GUIDE .........23
Figure 14 Selecting Users and Groups ..................................24
Figure 15 User Manager Interface ........................................25
Figure 16 Create New User Dialog Box..................................25
Figure 17 Successfully Adding ZTE User................................26
Figure 18 User Properties Dialog Box....................................26
Figure 19 Adding ZTE User to ZTE Group ..............................27
Figure 20 Selecting Users and Groups ..................................28
Figure 21 Adding RNCV3PM User .........................................28
Figure 22 Create New User Dialog Box..................................29
Figure 23 Successfully Adding RNCV3PM User........................30
Figure 24 User Properties Dialog Box....................................30
Figure 25 Adding RNCV3PM User to User Group .....................31
Figure 26 Adding FTP Rights of Root User .............................32
Figure 27 Adding VSFTPD Rights of Root User........................32
Figure 28 Selecting Services ...............................................33
Figure 29 Service Configuration Interface .............................34
Figure 30 Starting FTP Services through Command Line .........34
Figure 31 Selecting Terminal ...............................................35
Figure 32 Testing FTP Access...............................................35
Figure 33 Configuring XINETD Service ..................................37

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Figure 34 Configuring KRB5-TELNET Service .........................37


Figure 35 Selecting Terminal ...............................................38
Figure 36 Entering Command ..............................................39
Figure 37 Modifying Configuration........................................39
Figure 38 Starting xinerd Service.........................................40
Figure 39 Selecting Terminal ...............................................40
Figure 40 Testing Telnet Access ...........................................41
Figure 41 Configuring VNCSERVER Service............................42
Figure 42 Setting Remote Desktop .......................................42
Figure 43 Remote Desktop Preference Interface.....................43
Figure 44 Selecting Terminal ...............................................44
Figure 45 Opening vncservers File .......................................44
Figure 46 Adding VNC Rights of Root User.............................45
Figure 47 Setting root Password for VNC...............................45
Figure 48 Modifying XSTARTUP File ......................................46
Figure 49 Modifying Module Section .....................................46
Figure 50 Modifying Screen Section......................................47
Figure 51 Starting VNC Client..............................................48
Figure 52 VNC Authentication Dialog Box ..............................48
Figure 53 Successfully Accessing VNC Server ........................49
Figure 54 Selecting Network ...............................................50
Figure 55 Network Configuration Interface ............................51
Figure 56 Ethernet Device Interface .....................................52
Figure 57 Saving File .........................................................53
Figure 58 Log Service Operation Window ..............................60
Figure 59 Entering IP Address of VNC Server.........................64
Figure 60 VNC Authentication Dialog Box ..............................64
Figure 61 Accessing at Remote Trough Telnet ........................65
Figure 62 Successfully Access .............................................66
Figure 63 Opening FTP Software at Client .............................67
Figure 64 Entering Information for Connection.......................67

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Tables

Table 1 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OBJTYPE AND OBJID ............ 4


Table 2 BUTTONS ON SBCX PANEL .......................................13
Table 3 DISK PARTITION ....................................................18

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Glossary
BCTC
- Backplane of ConTrol Center
BGSN
- Backplane of Giga universal Service Network
BIOS
- Basic Input/Output System
BPSN
- Backplane of Packet Switch Network
BUSN
- Backplane Of Universal Service Network
FTP
- File Transfer Protocol
GE
- Gigabit Ethernet
KPI
- Key Performance Indicators
OMC
- Operation & Maintenance Center
OMM
- Operation & Maintenance Module
RAID
- Redundant Array of Independent Disks
RSVB
- Rearcard of SerVe Board
SBCX
- X86 Single Board Computer
VGA
- Video Graphic Adapter
VNC
- Virtual Network Computing

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