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Typical BSS Conversion Tasks (BTS3606AE)

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The current sites may not meet the requirement due to the increase of traffic and the change of
the environment. The current BSS, therefore, needs to be converted.
5.1 Changing a 1X Subrack of the BSC to a 1X&EV-DO Subrack
The development of high-speed data service requires the provision of DO services on the basis
of the 1X configuration to meet the market needs.
5.2 Changing a 1X&EV-DO Subrack of the BSC to a Pure Subrack (BTS3606AE)
When data services are widely used, the initial 1X&EV-DO subrack needs to be converted to a
pure subrack so that the system can support a heavier traffic and be more stable.
5.3 Changing the CSPS to Which the BTS Is Connected (BTS3606AE)
If BTSs in the same area are connected to different CSPSs, a large number of inter-subrack soft
handoff procedures occupy too many system resources, resulting in the increase of handoff
failures and call drops. In such a case, you need to move the BTSs from a subrack to another in
the same BSC.
5.4 Changing the BSC-Side E1 Port to Which the BTS Is Connected
When the E1 planning is improper, the BTS capacity is expanded, or the E1 hardware is damaged,
the BTS needs to be connected to a different port on the BSC.
5.5 Changing the CSPS to Which the BTS Is Connected (BTS3606AE)
When area planning is improper or the capacity is insufficient, the subscribers under the coverage
of the BTS need to be handed from a BSC to a BSC with lighter traffic.
5.6 Modifying E1 Timeslots on the Abis Interface (BTS3606AE)
When the Abis interface cannot support the further development or the network requires
optimization, you can modify the number of timeslots on the Abis interface.
5.7 Changing a Directly-Connected BTS to a Cascading BTS (BTS3606AE)
When the initial planning is improper or the transmission cost needs to be lowered, the directlyconnected BTS needs to be changed to a cascading BTS.
5.8 Changing a Cascading BTS to a Directly-Connected BTS (BTS3606AE)
When the initial planning is improper or the transmission bandwidth cannot satisfy the increase
of the subscriber number, you need to change the cascading BTS to a directly-connected BTS.
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5.1 Changing a 1X Subrack of the BSC to a 1X&EV-DO


Subrack
The development of high-speed data service requires the provision of DO services on the basis
of the 1X configuration to meet the market needs.

Task Description
Assume that the current system has the following properties:
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The BSC type is BSC6680.

The FG2Xa in subrack 4 slot 18 is already configured. The IP address of the PCF is set to
192.178.34.192. No.0 ETH port is already connected with the PDSN.

The task of changing a 1X subrack of the BSC to a 1X&EV-DO subrack has the following
requirements:
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An AN AAA server is added. The IP address is 25.36.32.36.

A neighbor AN is added. The IP address is 3.6.6.5.

Data Preparation
Item

Value

Link to the AN AAA

Subrack number: 4

Board: FG2Xa

Slot number: 18

ETH port number: 1

IP address of the ETH port: 168.178.44.160

IP address of the AAA: 25.36.32.36

AN side port number: 1026

AAA side port number: 1026

Key: anaaa

Field name: huawei.com

AN AAA information

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IP address of the PCF

192.178.34.192

Neighbor AN
information

IP address of the neighboring AN: 3.6.6.5

Neighbor AN color code: 102

SECTORID104: 0x102

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Item

Value

Information of the link


connecting the
neighbor AN

Board: AEUBa

Slot number: 26

Port: 3

Link group type: UNI

Link ID: 1-200

Configuration Procedure
1.

Run the ADD ETHLNK command to add the ETH link to the AN-AAA.

2.

Run the ADD ANAAA command to add the AN AAA.

3.

Run the ADD PCFAAA command to bind the PCF with the AAA.

4.

Run the ADD IPBRDROUTE command to add a route between the PCF and the AAA.

5.

Run the ADD DOCS command to configure the mapping between the color code of the
neighbor AN and the SECTORID104.

6.

Run the ADD NBRAN command to add a neighbor AN.

7.

Run the ADD UNILNK command to add a physical link to the neighbor AN.

8.

Run the ADD NBRANLNK command to add a logical link to the neighbor AN.

Configuration Script
/******Configure the ETH link to the AN AAA******/
ADD ETHLNK: FN=4, SN=18, PORT=1, ETHIP="168.178.44.160", LINEMODE=NOSP1000M,
FEAUTOEN=YES, BEARTYP=BOTHSIGTRF;
/******Configure the AN AAA information******/
ADD ANAAA: ANAAAIP="25.36.32.36", ANPORT=1026, AAAPORT=1026, REGION="huawei.com",
SCRKEY="anaaa",CONFIRM=Y;
/******Add the connection between the PCF and the AAA******/
ADD PCFAAA: PCFIP="192.178.34.192";
/******Configure the route from the PCF to the AN AAA******/
ADD IPBRDROUTE: FN=4, SN=18, LNKTP=ETH, ETHPORT=1, DESTIP="25.36.32.36",
GWIP="168.178.44.1";
/*******Configure the mapping between the color code of the neighbor AN and
SECTORID104*******/
/*Note: The peer BSC and the local BSC must use the same neighbor AN color code*/
ADD DOCS: COLORCODE=102, SECTORID104="0x102";
/*******Configure the neighbor AN*******/
ADD NBRAN: NBRANIP="3.6.6.5", NBRCOLORCODE=102;
ADD UNILNK: FN=4, SN=26, E1T1NO=3;
ADD NBRANLNK: NBRANIP="3.6.6.5", FN=4, SN=26, LM=UNI, E1T1NO=3, ANLFLG="1-200";

5.2 Changing a 1X&EV-DO Subrack of the BSC to a Pure


Subrack (BTS3606AE)
When data services are widely used, the initial 1X&EV-DO subrack needs to be converted to a
pure subrack so that the system can support a heavier traffic and be more stable.

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Task Description
Assume that the current system has the following properties:
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The BSC type is BSC6680.

Subrack 4 in rack 1 of the BSC is a 1X&EV-DO subrack. Subrack 5 is a DO subrack.

BTS 13 is connected to subrack 4 of the BSC.

The sector carrier configuration of BTS 13 is S(2/2/2). Carrier 0s in all sectors support 1X
service and carrier 1s support EV-DO service.

BTS 13 uses No.1 MLPPP group (No.2 E1 link) to carrier DO service.

The task of changing a 1X&EV-DO subrack of the BSC to a pure subrack has the following
requirements:
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The DPUDb and FG2Xa in subrack 4 are removed. The EV-DO service on subrack 4 is
switched to subrack 5. After conversion, subrack 4 supports 1X service, and subrack 5
supports DO service.

Subrack 5 supports EV-DO service. Figure 5-1 shows the hardware configuration.
Figure 5-1 Configuration of the CSPS

Data Preparation

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Item

Value

DO service
configuration of
the 1X subrack
to be removed

Subrack number: 4

IP address of the neighboring AN: 3.6.6.5

E1 connection to the neighbor AN: No.3 E1 link in slot 26

IP address of the AAA: 25.36.32.36

E1 connection to the AAA: No.1 E1 link in slot 18

IP address of the PCF: 192.178.34.192

Slot number of the DPUDb: 12 and 13

DO carriers of BTS 13: carrier 1s in all sectors

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Item

Value

Link from the


DO subrack to
be added to BTS
13

Subrack number: 5

Slot number: 24

MLPPP link group number: 1

Number of the PPP link contained in the MLPPP group: 2

MLPPP sequence corresponding to the IMA group: 2

MLPPP local IP address: 10.170.36.1/24

MLPPP peer IP address: 10.170.36.11/24

Cell ID of the DO carrier: 310

Sector IDs of the DO carrier: 0, 1, and 2

PN code sequences of the sector: 300, 304, and 308

DO carrier color code and SectorID104: 1, 0x1

IDs of the DO carriers: 1

Channel numbers of the DO carriers: 234

SectorID24s of carriers in all sectors: 0x11, 0x21, and 0x31

Information of
the cell and the
sector to be
added for BTS
13

Signaling IP
address of the
BTS

The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running the
LST BSCBTSINF command.

Signaling IP
address of the
BSC

The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running the
LST SUBSYSTEM command.

IP address of the
BSC IP
interface board

The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running the
LST ABISIPBRDINF command.

Configuration Procedure
Configuring the BSC
Perform the following steps for subrack 4:
1.

Run the RMV NBRANLNK command to remove the link to the neighbor AN.

2.

Run the RMV UNILNK command to remove the physical connection to the neighbor AN.

3.

Run the RMV IPBRDROUTE command to remove a route between the PCF and the AN
AAA.

4.

Run the RMV ETHLNK command to remove the physical connection from the PCF to
the AN AAA.

5.

Run the RMV PCFAAA command to remove the binding relation between the PCF and
the AN AAA.

6.

Run the RMV BTSTRFLNK command to remove the traffic link that carries DO service.

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7.

Run the RMV MLPPPLNK command to remove the physical connection that carries DO
service.

8.

Run the RMV BRD command to remove the DPUDb.

9.

Run the RMV CDMACH command to remove the DO carrier.

Perform the following steps for subrack 5:


1.

Run the LST PCF command to query the IP address of the PCF.

2.

Run the ADD MLPPPLNK command to add an MLPPP group to the BTS.

3.

Run the ADD BSCBTSINF command to add the basic information of the BTS.

4.

Run the ADD BTSSIGLNK command to add a signaling link to the BTS.

5.

Run the ADD BTSTRFLNK command to add a traffic link to the BTS.

6.

Run the ADD CELL command to add a cell.

7.

Run the ADD CDMACH command to add a DO carrier.

Querying the IP addresses of the BSC and the BTS


1.

Run the LST BSCBTSINF command to query the IP address that the BSC allocates for
the BTS. Check the query result in BTS Signaling IP Address.

2.

Run the LST SUBSYSTEM command to query the IP address that the BSC allocates for
the SPU subsystem. Check the query result in Subsystem CPU ID.

3.

Run the LST ABISIPBRDINF command to query the IP address that the BSC allocates
for the IP interface board. Check the query result in BRD IP Address.

Configuring the BTS


1.

Add the ADD CBTSCELL command to the BTS configuration file to add a sector carrier.

2.

Add the ADD CBTSSECTORCARRIER command to the BTS configuration file to


modify the sector carrier for the new BTS.

3.

Add the ADD CBTSTERSIGLNK command to the BTS configuration file to modify the
DO traffic link between the BTS and the BSC.

Configuration Script
Configuration script of the BSC
/*--------Remove the DO service on subrack 4--------*/
/*Remove the connections to the neighbor AN*/
RMV NBRANLNK: NBRANIP="3.6.6.5";
RMV UNILNK: FN=4, SN=26, E1T1NO=3;
/*Remove the connection between the PCF and the AN AAA*/
RMV IPBRDROUTE: FN=4, SN=18, DESTIP="25.36.32.36";
RMV ETHLNK: FN=4, SN=18, PORT=1;
RMV PCFAAA: PCFIP="192.178.34.192";
RMV BRD: FN=4, SN=13;
RMV BRD: FN=4, SN=12;
/*Remove the DO carrier in subrack 4 of BTS 13*/
RMV CDMACH: CN=300, SCTID=0, CRRIDLST="1";
RMV CDMACH: CN=300, SCTID=1, CRRIDLST="1";
RMV CDMACH: CN=300, SCTID=2, CRRIDLST="1";
/*--------Add subrack 5--------*/
/*******Add the MLPPP link for BTS 13*******/
ADD MLPPPLNK: FN=5, SN=24, MLPPPGRP=1, LNKLST="2", E1T1LST="2", E1T1MODE=E1,
E1TSBITMAP=TS_1&TS_2&TS_3&TS_4&TS_5&TS_6&TS_7&TS_8&TS_9&TS_10&TS_11&TS_12&TS_13&TS
_14&TS_15&TS_16&TS_17&TS_18&TS_19&TS_20&TS_21&TS_22&TS_23&TS_24&TS_25&TS_26&TS_27&
TS_28&TS_29&TS_30&TS_31, LIPADDR="10.170.36.1", PIPADDR="10.170.36.11", LQR=NO,
PFC=YES, ACFC=YES, HCMP=YES, HCMPNEGO=NO, HCMPTYP=UDP+IP, MCTYPE=LONG,

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PPPMUXEN=ON, AUTHMODE=NO, BEARTYP=BOTHSIGTRF;


/*******Add the basic information of BTS 13*******/
ADD BSCBTSINF: BTSTP=IBSC, BTSID=13, BTSNM="MLPPP BTS", FN=5, SN=4, SSN=2,
ABISCAPOPTMSW=OFF, ABISOPTMCRCSW=OFF, HIGHPW=NOHIGHPW;
/*******Add the OML for BTS 13*******/
/*Note: The OML of BTS 13 is already configured. A BTS requires only one OML. This
configuration, therefore, can be skipped here.*/
/*******Add the signaling link for BTS 13*******/
ADD BTSSIGLNK: BTSID=13, SPUFN=5, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=24, LM=MLPPP,
MLPPPGRP=1;
/*******Add the traffic link for BTS 13*******/
ADD BTSTRFLNK: BTSID=13, SPUFN=5, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=24, LM=MLPPP,
TRFLNKFLG=0, MLPPPGRP=1;
/*--------Configure the sector carriers of the cell--------*/
/*******Add the cell information of BTS 13*******/
ADD CELL: BTSID=13, FN=5, SN=4, SSN=2, CN=310, SCTIDLST="0,1,2",
PNLST="300,304,308", SID=8, NID=1, PZID=1, BNDCLS=BC800, LAC="0x100", ASSALW1X=NO,
ASSALWDO=NO, IFBORDCELL=NO, REVRSSICARRASSNSW=OFF, DOAREVRSSICARRASSNSW=OFF,
DOAPRVPRIASSSW=OFF;
/*******Add the DO carriers of BTS 13*******/
ADD DOCS: COLORCODE=1, SECTORID104="0x1";
ADD CDMACH: CN=310, SCTID=0, CRRIDLST="1", ARFCNLST="234", TYP=EVDO, COLORCODE=1,
SECTORID24="0x11", AUTODWNCDMACH=NO;
ADD CDMACH: CN=310, SCTID=1, CRRIDLST="1", ARFCNLST="234", TYP=EVDO, COLORCODE=1,
SECTORID24="0x21", AUTODWNCDMACH=NO;
ADD CDMACH: CN=310, SCTID=2, CRRIDLST="1", ARFCNLST="234", TYP=EVDO, COLORCODE=1,
SECTORID24="0x31", AUTODWNCDMACH=NO;

Querying the IP addresses of the BSC and the BTS


/*******Query the signaling IP address of BTS 13*******/
/*Note: The query result shows that the signaling IP address of BTS 13 is
80.126.0.13*/
LST BSCBTSINF: BTSTP=IBSC, BTSID=13;
/*******Query the signaling IP address of BSC*******/
/*Note: The query result shows that the IP address of No.5 SPU subsystem is
80.144.40.130*/
LST SUBSYSTEM: FN=5, SN=4, SSN=2;
/*******Query the IP address of the BSC IP interface board*******/
/*Note: The query result shows that the IP address of the IP interface board is
1.6.6.6*/
LST ABISIPBRDINF: FN=4, SN=24;
/*******Query the IP address of the BSC IP interface board*******/
/*Note: The query result shows that the IP address of the IP interface board is
1.6.6.7*/
LST ABISIPBRDINF: FN=5, SN=24;

Configuration script of the BTS


/*Remove the DO carrier*/
RMV CBTSSECTORCARRIER: BTSID=13, LOCALCELLID=300, LOCALSECTORID=0, CRRID=1;
RMV CBTSSECTORCARRIER: BTSID=13, LOCALCELLID=300, LOCALSECTORID=1, CRRID=1;
RMV CBTSSECTORCARRIER: BTSID=13, LOCALCELLID=300, LOCALSECTORID=2, CRRID=1;
/*Remove the signaling link of the DO carrier*/
RMV CBTSTERSIGLNK: BTSID=13, ABISLNKTP=CDMADOONLY, BRDTP=CMPT, BRDID=0,
BEARERTP=IP, PEERIP="1.6.6.6";
/*Remove the cell and sector information*/
ADD CBTSCELL: BTSID=13, LOCALCELLID=310, LOCALSECTORID=0;
ADD CBTSCELL: BTSID=13, LOCALCELLID=310, LOCALSECTORID=1;
ADD CBTSCELL: BTSID=13, LOCALCELLID=310, LOCALSECTORID=2;
/*Add the DO carrier*/
ADD CBTSSECTORCARRIER: BTSID=13, LOCALCELLID=300, LOCALSECTORID=0, CRRID=1,
TRMID=0, CPLID=1;
ADD CBTSSECTORCARRIER: BTSID=13, LOCALCELLID=300, LOCALSECTORID=1, CRRID=1,
TRMID=0, CPLID=1;
ADD CBTSSECTORCARRIER: BTSID=13, LOCALCELLID=300, LOCALSECTORID=2, CRRID=1,
TRMID=0, CPLID=1;
/*Add the signaling link of the DO carrier*/
ADD CBTSTERSIGLNK: BTSID=13, ABISLNKTP=CDMADOONLY, IPVER=IPV4,

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BSCIP="80.144.40.130", BTSIP="80.126.0.13", BRDTP=CMPT, BRDID=0, BEARERTP=IP,


PEERIP="1.6.6.7";

5.3 Changing the CSPS to Which the BTS Is Connected


(BTS3606AE)
If BTSs in the same area are connected to different CSPSs, a large number of inter-subrack soft
handoff procedures occupy too many system resources, resulting in the increase of handoff
failures and call drops. In such a case, you need to move the BTSs from a subrack to another in
the same BSC.

Task Description
Assume that the current system has the following properties:
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The BSC type is BSC6680.

The BSC has racks 0 and 1. Rack 1 houses subracks 4 and 5. Figure 5-2 shows the
configuration.

BTS 13 is connected to subrack 4.

The sector carrier configuration is S(1/1/1). All carriers carry 1X service.

Figure 5-2 Configuration of the CSPS

The task of changing the CSPS that a BTS is connected with has the following requirements:

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BTS 13 is disconnected from subrack 4 and connected to subrack 5.

The cell IDs, sector IDs, system ID, network ID, and carriers remain the same.

The properties of the transmission link at the BTS side and the bearer timeslots remain the
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NOTE

There are few differences in data configuration before and after the change. Generally, you need to
modify the configuration based on the previous configuration file.

Before configuring the BTS, run the SAV CBTSCFG command to save the original BTS configuration.
After modifying the configuration file, run the DLD CBTSSW command to download the new BTS
configuration file to the BTS and activate the configuration file.

The new data configuration of the BTS is only for reference. The modification must be based on the
actual network requirements.

Data Preparation
Item

Value

Information of the
cell and the sector
to be added for the
BTS

Cell ID: 300

System ID: 8

Network ID: 1

Data packet area ID: 1

Location area code: 0x100

Band class: 800 MHz

Sector ID: 0, 1, 2

PN sequence: 300, 304, 308

Carrier ID: 0

Channel number sequence: 23

System type: CDMA2000 1X

MLPPP link group number: 0

PPP link numbers: 0 and 1

E1 link numbers: 0 and 1

MLPPP local IP address: 10.170.35.0/24

MLPPP peer IP address: 10.170.35.10/24

Links for 1X
service

IP address of the
BTS BCIM

1.6.6.13/24

Signaling IP
address of the BTS

The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running the
LST BSCBTSINF command.

Signaling IP
The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running the
address of the BSC LST SUBSYSTEM command.
OM IP address of
the BTS

The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running the
LST BTSLNK command.

IP address of the
BSC IP interface
board

The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running the
LST ABISIPBRDINF command.

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Configuration Procedure
Configuring the BSC
1.

Run the RMV BSCBTSINF command to forcibly remove the original basic information
of the BTS.

2.

Run the ADD MLPPPLNK command to add a new physical link for the BTS.

3.

Run the ADD BSCBTSINF command to add the new basic information of the BTS.

4.

Run the ADD BTSOMLNK command to add a new OML for the BTS.

5.

Run the ADD BTSSIGLNK command to add a new signaling link for the BTS.

6.

Run the ADD BTSTRFLNK command to add a new traffic link for the BTS.

7.

Run the ADD CELL command to add a new cell and sector for the BTS.

8.

Run the ADD CDMACH command to add the new carrier information of the BTS.

Querying the IP addresses of the BSC and the BTS


1.

Run the LST BSCBTSINF command to query the IP address that the BSC allocates for
the BTS. Check the query result in BTS Signaling IP Address.

2.

Run the LST SUBSYSTEM command to query the IP address that the BSC allocates for
the SPU subsystem. Check the query result in Subsystem CPU ID.

3.

Run the LST BTSLNK command to query the OM IP address that the BSC allocates for
the BTS. Check the query result in O&M IP Address.

4.

Run the LST ABISIPBRDINF command to query the IP address that the BSC allocates
for the IP interface board. Check the query result in BRD IP Address.

Configuring the BAM


On the LMT connected with the BAM, run the ADD BTS command to add a new BTS.
Configuring the BTS
/*Modify the original configuration file of the BTS according to the network requirements

Configuration Script
Configuration script of the BSC
/*******Forcibly remove the basic information of BTS 13*******/
RMV BSCBTSINF: BTSID=13, FN=4, SN=4, SSN=2, DELTREEFLAG=YES;
/*--------Add the configuration information of BTS 13 at subrack 5--------*/
/*******Add the MLPPP link for BTS 13*******/
ADD MLPPPLNK: FN=5, SN=24, MLPPPGRP=0, LNKLST="0,1", E1T1LST="0,1", E1T1MODE=E1,
E1TSBITMAP=TS_1&TS_2&TS_3&TS_4&TS_5&TS_6&TS_7&TS_8&TS_9&TS_10&TS_11&TS_12&TS_13&TS
_14&TS_15&TS_16&TS_17&TS_18&TS_19&TS_20&TS_21&TS_22&TS_23&TS_24&TS_25&TS_26&TS_27&
TS_28&TS_29&TS_30&TS_31, LIPADDR="10.170.35.0", PIPADDR="10.170.35.10", LQR=NO,
PFC=YES, ACFC=YES, HCMP=YES, HCMPNEGO=NO, HCMPTYP=UDP+IP, MCTYPE=LONG,
PPPMUXEN=ON, AUTHMODE=NO, BEARTYP=BOTHSIGTRF;
/*******Add the basic information of BTS 13*******/
ADD BSCBTSINF: BTSTP=IBSC, BTSID=13, BTSNM="MLPPP BTS", FN=5, SN=4, SSN=2,
ABISCAPOPTMSW=OFF, ABISOPTMCRCSW=OFF, HIGHPW=NOHIGHPW;
/*******Add the OML for BTS 13*******/
/*Note: For the OML on the MP type bearer, the IP address of the BCIM must be
specified*/
/*Note: A BTS can have only one OML*/
ADD BTSOMLNK: BTSID=13, SPUFN=5, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=24, LM=MLPPP,
BCIMIP="1.6.6.13", MLPPPGRP=0;
/*******Add the signaling link for BTS 13*******/
/*Note: If a BTS is connected to only one SPU subsystem, only one signaling link is

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needed no matter the BTS needs to support the 1X&EV-DO service or not*/
ADD BTSSIGLNK: BTSID=13, SPUFN=5, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=24, LM=MLPPP,
MLPPPGRP=0;
/*******Add the traffic link for BTS 13*******/
ADD BTSTRFLNK: BTSID=13, SPUFN=5, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=24, LM=MLPPP,
TRFLNKFLG=0, MLPPPGRP=0;
/*--------Configure the sector carriers of the cell of BTS 13--------*/
/*******Add the cell information of BTS 13*******/
ADD CELL: BTSID=13, FN=5, SN=4, SSN=2, CN=300, SCTIDLST="0,1,2",
PNLST="300,304,308", SID=8, NID=1, PZID=1, BNDCLS=BC800, LAC="0x100", ASSALW1X=NO,
ASSALWDO=NO, IFBORDCELL=NO, REVRSSICARRASSNSW=OFF, DOAREVRSSICARRASSNSW=OFF,
DOAPRVPRIASSSW=OFF;
/*******Add the 1X carriers of BTS 13*******/
ADD CDMACH: CN=300, SCTID=0, CRRIDLST="0", ARFCNLST="23", TYP=CDMA2000,
IFBCDMACH=NO, CCLMFLG=YES, ECCLMFLG=YES, IFTCDMACH=NO, AUTODWNCDMACH=NO;
ADD CDMACH: CN=300, SCTID=1, CRRIDLST="0", ARFCNLST="23", TYP=CDMA2000,
IFBCDMACH=NO, CCLMFLG=YES, ECCLMFLG=YES, IFTCDMACH=NO, AUTODWNCDMACH=NO;
ADD CDMACH: CN=300, SCTID=2, CRRIDLST="0", ARFCNLST="23", TYP=CDMA2000,
IFBCDMACH=NO, CCLMFLG=YES, ECCLMFLG=YES, IFTCDMACH=NO, AUTODWNCDMACH=NO;

Querying the IP addresses of the BSC and the BTS


/*******Query the signaling IP address of BTS 13*******/
/*Note: The query result shows that the signaling IP address of BTS 13 is
80.126.0.13*/
LST BSCBTSINF: BTSTP=IBSC, BTSID=13;
/*******Query the signaling IP address of BSC*******/
/*Note: The query result shows that the IP address of No.5 SPU subsystem is
80.144.40.130*/
LST SUBSYSTEM: FN=5, SN=4, SSN=2;
/*******Query the IP address of the BSC IP interface board*******/
/*Note: The query result shows that the IP address of the IP interface board is
1.6.6.6*/
LST ABISIPBRDINF: FN=5, SN=24;
/*******Query the OM IP address of BTS 13*******/
/*Note: The query result is 129.19.0.13*/
LST BTSLNK: BTSID=14, LNKTYP=OAM;

Configuration script of the BAM


/*******Add the information of BTS 13*******/
/*Note: You must dynamically add the BTS information through an LMT connected to
the BAM*/
/*Note: The query result is 129.19.0.13*/
ADD BTS: BTSID=13, OMCIP="129.19.0.13", BTSTP=BTS3606AE;

Configuration script of BTS 13


/*******Modify the signaling link for the BTS*******/
/*Note: The query result shows that the signaling IP address of the BSC is
80.144.40.130, the signaling IP address of the BTS is 80.126.0.13, and the IP
address of the BSC IP interface board is 1.6.6.6*/
ADD CBTSTERSIGLNK: BTSID=13, ABISLNKTP=CDMA1XONLY, IPVER=IPV4,
BSCIP="80.144.40.130", BTSIP="80.126.0.13", BRDTP=CMPT, BRDID=0, BEARERTP=IP,
PEERIP="1.6.6.6";

5.4 Changing the BSC-Side E1 Port to Which the BTS Is


Connected
When the E1 planning is improper, the BTS capacity is expanded, or the E1 hardware is damaged,
the BTS needs to be connected to a different port on the BSC.

Task Description
Assume that the current system has the following properties:

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The BSC type is BSC6680.

The BTS ID is 13.

The original ports for the transmission link of BTS 13 are on the AEUBa in subrack 3 slot
26. The E1 link numbers are 0 and 1. The transmission links are contained in No.0 IMA
group.

The task of modifying an E1 port connection has the following requirements:


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The ports for the new transmission link of BTS 13 are on the AEUBa in subrack 3 slot 26.
The E1 link numbers are 1 and 2. The transmission links are contained in No.0 IMA group.

Other parameters remain the same.


NOTE

The BTS is connected to a different port on the BSC. If the positions and bearer timeslots of the links are
not changed, you do not need to change the configuration data of the BTS.

Data Preparation
Item

Value

Original link
information

Subrack number of the CSPS: 3

Slot number: 26

IMA group number: 0

E1 link numbers: 0 and 1

Subrack number of the CSPS: 3

Slot number: 26

IMA group number: 0

E1 link numbers: 1 and 2

OML ID: 1-251

Signaling link flag: 1-254

Traffic link flag: 1-250-1

New link information

Configuration Procedure

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1.

Run the RMV BTSOMLNK command to remove the OML of the BTS.

2.

Run the RMV BTSSIGLNK command to remove the signaling link of the BTS.

3.

Run the RMV BTSTRFLNK command to remove the traffic link of the BTS.

4.

Run the RMV IMAGRP command to remove the original IMA group.

5.

Run the ADD IMAGRP command to add a new IMA group.

6.

Run the ADD BTSOMLNK command to add an OML for the BTS.

7.

Run the ADD BTSSIGLNK command to add a signaling link for the BTS.

8.

Run the ADD BTSTRFLNK command to add a traffic link for the BTS.

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Configuration Script
/*BSC configuration*/
RMV BTSOMLNK: BTSID=13;
RMV BTSSIGLNK: BTSID=13, SPUFN=3, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2;
RMV BTSTRFLNK: BTSID=13;
RMV IMAGRP: FN=3, SN=26, IMAGN=0;
ADD IMAGRP: FN=3, SN=26, BTP=AEUBa, AEIMAGN=0, AEE1LST="1,2", TXFRMLEN=L128,
IMAVER=VER11;
ADD BTSOMLNK: BTSID=13, SPUFN=3, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=26, LM=IMA, IMAGN=0,
OMLNKFLG="1-251";
ADD BTSSIGLNK: BTSID=13, SPUFN=3, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=26, LM=IMA, IMAGN=0,
SIGLNKFLG="1-254";
ADD BTSTRFLNK: BTSID=13, SPUFN=3, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=26, LM=IMA, IMAGN=0,
TYP=CDMA1X, TRFLNKLST="1-250-1", LNKBWATM=2000;

5.5 Changing the CSPS to Which the BTS Is Connected


(BTS3606AE)
When area planning is improper or the capacity is insufficient, the subscribers under the coverage
of the BTS need to be handed from a BSC to a BSC with lighter traffic.

Task Description
Assume that the current system has the following properties:
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The type of the original BSC is BSC6680. The BSC ID is 1.

The ID of the BTS to be changed is 14. The sector carrier configuration is S(1/1/1).

The port position on the original BSC is No.1 and No.2 E1 links in No.0 IMA group on the
AEUBa in slot 26 of CSPS 3.

The task of changing the BSC that a BTS is connected with has the following requirements:
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The type of the new BSC is BSC6680. The BSC ID is 2.

The port position on the BSC is No.2 and No.3 E1 links in No.1 IMA group on the AEUBa
in slot 26 of CSPS 4.

The cell IDs, sector IDs, system ID, network ID, and carriers remain the same.

Assume that the hardware configuration of CSPS 3 in the original BSC is the same as that of
CSPS 4 in the new BSC, as shown in Figure 5-3.

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Figure 5-3 Configuration of the original CSPS

NOTE

There are few differences in data configuration before and after the adjustment. Generally, you need
to modify the configuration based on the previous configuration file.

Before configuring the BTS, run the SAV CBTSCFG command to save the original BTS configuration
file. After modifying the configuration file, run the DLD CBTSSW command to download the new
BTS configuration file to the BTS and activate the configuration file.

The original data configuration of the BTS is only for reference. The modification must be based on
the actual network requirements.

Data Preparation

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Item

Value

Connection between
BSC 1 and BTS 14

Subrack number: 3

Slot number: 26

IMA group number: 0

E1 numbers corresponding to the IMA group: 0, 1

OML flag: 1-255

Signaling link flag: 1-254

Traffic link flag: 1-250-1

Traffic link bandwidth: 2000 kbit/s

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Item

Value

Connection between
BSC 2 and BTS 14

Subrack number: 4

Slot number: 26

IMA group number: 1

E1 numbers corresponding to the IMA group: 2, 3

OML flag: 1-255

Signaling link flag: 1-254

Traffic link flag: 1-250-1

Traffic link bandwidth: 2000 kbit/s

Sector carrier configuration of the BTS: S(1/1/1)

Cell ID: 301

Sector sequences: 0, 1, 2, among which the carrier in each sector


is identified as 0.

Channel numbers of carrier 0s in the three sectors: 46

PN code sequences corresponding to the sector sequences (assume


that the PN deviation is 4. A PN code sequence must be an integral
multiple of 4): 312, 316, 320

Sector carriers of the


cell of BTS 14

Signaling IP address
of the BTS

The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running


the LST BSCBTSINF command.

Signaling IP address
of the BSC

The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running


the LST SUBSYSTEM command.

OM IP address of the
BTS

The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running


the LST BTSLNK command.

Configuration Procedure
Configuring the original BSC
On the LMT connected with the BAM, run the RMV BSCBTSINF command to remove the
basic information of the BTS.
Configuring the original BAM
On the LMT connected with the original BAM, run the RMV BTS command to remove the
BTS.
Configuring the new BSC
1.

Run the ADD BSCBTSINF command to add the basic information of the BTS for the new
BSC.

2.

Run the ADD IMAGRP command to add the transmission link group and link to the BTS
for the new BSC.

3.

Run the ADD BTSOMLNK command to add an OML to the BTS for the new BSC.

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4.

Run the ADD BTSSIGLNK command to add a signaling link to the BTS for the new BSC.

5.

Run the ADD BTSTRFLNK command to add a traffic link to the BTS for the new BSC.

6.

Run the ADD CELL command to add a cell and sector for the new BSC.

7.

Run the ADD CDMACH command to add carriers to the sector.

Querying the IP addresses of the new BSC and the BTS


1.

Run the LST BSCBTSINF command to query the IP address that the BSC allocates for
the BTS. Check the query result in BTS Signaling IP Address.

2.

Run the LST SUBSYSTEM command to query the IP address that the BSC allocates for
the SPU subsystem. Check the query result in Subsystem CPU ID.

3.

Run the LST BTSLNK command to query the OM IP address that the BSC allocates for
the BTS. Check the query result in O&M IP Address.

Configuring the new BAM


On the new BAM, run the ADD BTS command to add a BTS.
Configuring the BTS
In the configuration file of the BTS, change the signaling IP addresses of the BSC and the BTS
in the ADD CBTSTERSIGLNK command.

Configuration Script
Original configuration script of the BSC
/*Remove the basic information of BTS 14 in the original BSC*/
/*Note: DELTREEFLAG=YES means forcibly removal allowed*/
RMV BSCBTSINF: BTSID=14, DELTREEFLAG=YES;

Original configuration script of the BAM


/*Remove the information of BTS 14 in the original BAM*/
RMV BTS: BTSID=14;

New configuration script of the BSC


/*******Add the basic information of BTS 14*******/
ADD BSCBTSINF: BTSTP=IBSC, BTSID=14, BTSNM="IMA BTS", FN=4, SN=4, SSN=2,
ABISCAPOPTMSW=OFF, ABISOPTMCRCSW=OFF, HIGHPW=NOHIGHPW;
/*******Add the IMA group for BTS 14*******/
ADD IMAGRP: FN=4, SN=26, BTP=AEUBa, AEIMAGN=0, AEE1LST="2,3", TXFRMLEN=L128,
IMAVER=VER11;
/*******Add the OML for BTS 14*******/
/*Note: For the OML on an IMA bearer, the OML ID must be specified*/
ADD BTSOMLNK: BTSID=14, SPUFN=4, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=26, LM=IMA, IMAGN=0,
OMLNKFLG="1-255";
/*******Add the signaling link for BTS 14*******/
/*Note: For the OML on an IMA bearer, the OML ID must be specified*/
ADD BTSSIGLNK: BTSID=14, SPUFN=4, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=26, LM=IMA, IMAGN=0,
SIGLNKFLG="1-254";
/*******Add the traffic link for BTS 14*******/
ADD BTSTRFLNK: BTSID=14, SPUFN=4, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=26, LM=IMA, IMAGN=0,
TYP=CDMA1X, TRFLNKLST="1-250-1", LNKBWATM=2000;
/*--------Configure the sector carriers of the cell--------*/
ADD CELL: BTSID=14, FN=4, SN=4, SSN=2, CN=301, SCTIDLST="0,1,2",
PNLST="312,316,320", SID=8, NID=1, PZID=1, BNDCLS=BC450, LAC="0x100", ASSALW1X=NO,
ASSALWDO=NO, IFBORDCELL=NO, REVRSSICARRASSNSW=OFF, DOAREVRSSICARRASSNSW=OFF,
DOAPRVPRIASSSW=OFF;

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/*******Add the 1X carriers of BTS 14*******/


ADD CDMACH: CN=301, SCTID=0, CRRIDLST="0", ARFCNLST="46", TYP=CDMA2000,
IFBCDMACH=NO, CCLMFLG=YES, ECCLMFLG=YES, IFTCDMACH=NO, AUTODWNCDMACH=NO;
ADD CDMACH: CN=301, SCTID=1, CRRIDLST="0", ARFCNLST="46", TYP=CDMA2000,
IFBCDMACH=NO, CCLMFLG=YES, ECCLMFLG=YES, IFTCDMACH=NO, AUTODWNCDMACH=NO;
ADD CDMACH: CN=301, SCTID=2, CRRIDLST="0", ARFCNLST="46", TYP=CDMA2000,
IFBCDMACH=NO, CCLMFLG=YES, ECCLMFLG=YES, IFTCDMACH=NO, AUTODWNCDMACH=NO;

Querying the IP addresses of the new BSC and the BTS


/*******Query the signaling IP address of BTS 14*******/
/*Note: The query result is 80.126.0.14*/
LST BSCBTSINF: BTSTP=IBSC, BTSID=14;
/*******Query the signaling IP address of BSC*******/
/*Note: The query result is 80.144.32.130*/
LST SUBSYSTEM: FN=4, SN=4, SSN=2;
/*******Query the OM IP address of BTS 14*******/
/*Note: The query result is 129.19.64.14*/
LST BTSLNK: BTSID=14, LNKTYP=OAM;

New configuration script of the BAM


/*******Add the information of BTS 14*******/
/*Note: The query result is 129.19.64.14*/
ADD BTS: BTSID=14, OMCIP="129.19.64.14", BTSTP=BTS3606AE;

Configuration script of the BTS


/*Modify the configuration file of the BTS before conversion according to the
network requirements*/
/*******Modify the signaling link for the BTS*******/
/*Note: The query result shows that the signaling IP address of the BSC is
80.144.32.130, and the signaling IP address of the BTS is 80.126.0.14*/
ADD CBTSTERSIGLNK:BRDTP=CMPT, BTSID=14, ABISLNKTP=CDMA1XONLY, IPVER=IPV4,
BSCIP="80.144.32.130", BTSIP="80.126.0.14", BRDID=0, BEARERTP=ATM, GRPID=1;

5.6 Modifying E1 Timeslots on the Abis Interface


(BTS3606AE)
When the Abis interface cannot support the further development or the network requires
optimization, you can modify the number of timeslots on the Abis interface.

Task Description
Assume that the current system has the following properties:
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The BSC type is BSC6680.

The BTS ID is 14.

Type of links on the Abis interface before adjustment: FRAC ATM; timeslots: 15

The task of modifying E1 timeslots on the Abis interface has the following requirements:
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Type of links on the Abis interface after adjustment: FRAC ATM; timeslots: 37

Other parameters remain the same.

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NOTE

There are few differences in data configuration before and after the adjustment. Generally, you need
to modify the configuration based on the previous configuration file.

Before configuring the BTS, run the SAV CBTSCFG command to save the original BTS configuration
file. Then, modify the configuration based on the configuration file. Before configuring the BSC, run
the DLD CBTSSW command to load the new BTS configuration file to the BTS and then activate the
configuration file.

Data Preparation
Item

Value

Information of the link


from the BSC to the
BTS

BTS ID: 14

Subrack number of the CSPS: 4

Slot number of the XPUOa: 4

Subsystem number of the signaling link: 2

Slot number of the AEUBb: 26

Link number: 0

E1 link number: 0

New timeslots: 37

OML flag: 1-255

Signaling link flag: 1-254

Traffic link flag: 1-250-1

Number of the BTS interface board: 20

Link group number: 0

Link number: 0

New timeslots: 37

OML flag: 1-255

Signaling link flag: 1-254

Traffic link flag: 1-250-1

Information of the link


from the BTS to the
BSC

Configuration Procedure
Configuring the BTS
Modify the timeslot configuration in the ADD CBTSFRACLNK command.
Configuring the BSC

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1.

Run the RMV BTSOMLNK command to remove the original OML.

2.

Run the RMV BTSSIGLNK command to remove the original signaling link.

3.

Run the RMV BTSTRFLNK command to remove the original traffic link.

4.

Run the RMV FRACATM command to remove the original FRACTIONAL ATM link.
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5.

Run the ADD FRACATM command to add the new FRACTIONAL ATM link.

6.

Run the ADD BTSOMLNK command to add the new OML.

7.

Run the ADD BTSSIGLNK command to add the new signaling link.

8.

Run the ADD BTSTRFLNK command to add the new traffic link.

Configuration Script
Configuration script of the BTS
/*Modify the configuration file of the BTS before conversion according to the
network requirements*/
/*Change the bearer timeslots of the FRAC ATM link*/
ADD CBTSFRACLNK: BTSID=14, BRDTP=CMPT, BRDID=0, LNKID=0, LNKGRPID=0, LNKTP=E1,
TSMAP=3&4&5&6&7;

Configuration script of the BSC


/*Remove the OML, signaling link, and traffic link*/
RMV BTSOMLNK: BTSID=14;
RMV BTSSIGLNK: BTSID=14, SPUFN=4, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2;
RMV BTSTRFLNK: BTSID=14, LM=ATM, TRFLNKLST="1-250-1";
/*Remove the FRAC ATM link*/
RMV FRACATM: FN=4, SN=26, FRACATMID=0;
/*Add the FRAC ATM link*/
ADD FRACATM: FN=4, SN=26, FRACATMID=0, E1T1MODE=E1, E1NO=0,
E1TSBITMAP=TS_3&TS_4&TS_5&TS_6&TS_7;
ADD BTSOMLNK: BTSID=14, SPUFN=4, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=26, LM=FRACATM,
FRACATMID=0, OMLNKFLG="1-255";
ADD BTSSIGLNK: BTSID=14, SPUFN=4, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=26, LM=FRACATM,
FRACATMID=0, SIGLNKFLG="1-254";
ADD BTSTRFLNK: BTSID=14, SPUFN=4, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=26, LM=FRACATM,
FRACATMID=0, TYP=CDMA1X, TRFLNKLST="1-250-1", LNKBWATM=1000;

5.7 Changing a Directly-Connected BTS to a Cascading BTS


(BTS3606AE)
When the initial planning is improper or the transmission cost needs to be lowered, the directlyconnected BTS needs to be changed to a cascading BTS.

Task Description
Assume that the current system has the following properties:
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The BSC type is BSC6680.

The IDs of the BTSs are 1 and 2.

Figure 5-4 shows the original networking of the directly-connected BTS.

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Figure 5-4 Networking of the directly-connected BTS

The task of changing a directly-connected BTS to a cascading BTS has the following
requirements:
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Change BTS 2 to a lower-level BTS of BTS 1. After this change, BTS 1 and BTS 2 are
respectively the intermediate BTS and the end BTS.

The cell IDs, sector IDs, system ID, network ID, and carriers remain the same.

The connected CSPS remains the same.

The properties of the transmission link at the BTS side and the bearer timeslots remain the
same.

The cascading mode of BTSs after the change is VP switch.

Figure 5-5 shows the original networking of the directly-connected BTS.


Figure 5-5 Networking of cascading BTSs in VP switch mode

NOTE

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There are few differences in data configuration before and after the change. Generally, you need to
modify the configuration based on the previous configuration file.

Before configuring the BTS, run the SAV CBTSCFG command to save the original BTS configuration.
After modifying the configuration file, run the DLD CBTSSW command to download the new BTS
configuration file to the BTS and activate the configuration file.

The new data configuration of the BTS is only for reference. The modification must be based on the
actual network requirements.

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Data Preparation
Item

Value

Information of the link


from BTS 1 to the BSC

Subrack number of the CSPS: 4

Number of the BTS interface board: 0

IMA group number: 1

IMA numbers: 0 and 1

Clock mode of the transmission link: SLAVE

Number of the BTS interface board: 0

IMA group number: 2

IMA number: 2

Clock mode of the transmission link: MASTER

BTS type: internal cascading BTS

Subrack number of the CSPS: 4

CE pool number: 0

IMA group number: 1

IMA numbers: 0 and 1

Clock mode of the transmission link: SLAVE

OML ID: 2-255

Signaling link flag: 2-254

Traffic link flag: 2-250-1

Traffic link bandwidth: 2000 kbit/s

Cell ID: 400

System ID: 6

Network ID: 1

Data packet area ID: 1

Location area code: 0x0102

Band class: 800 MHz

Sector ID: 0, 1, 2

PN sequence: 12, 16, 20

Carrier ID: 11

Channel number sequence: 234

System type: CDMA2000 1X

Neighbor relations between sector carriers of BTS 2

Neighbor relations between sector 0 of BTS 1 and sectors 0, 1,


and 2 of BTS 2

Information of the link


from BTS 1 to BTS 2

Information of the link


from the BSC to BTS 2

Information of the cell


and the sector to be
added for BTS 2

Adding a carrier
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Item

Value

Signaling IP address of
the BTS

The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running


the LST BSCBTSINF command.

Signaling IP address of
the BSC

The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running


the LST SUBSYSTEM command.

OM IP address of the
BTS

The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running


the LST BTSLNK command.

Configuration Procedure
Configuring the BSC
1.

Run the RMV BSCBTSINF command to remove the basic information of BTS 2. The
forcible delete must be set to YES.

2.

Run the ADD BSCBTSINF command to add the basic information of BTS 2. The BTS
Type must be set to IBSCC(Cascaded BTS under the BTS).

3.

Run the ADD BTSOMLNK command to add an OML for the BTS 2.

4.

Run the ADD BTSSIGLNK command to add a signaling link for BTS 2.

5.

Run the ADD BTSTRFLNK command to add a traffic link for BTS 2.

6.

Run the ADD CELL command to add the cell and sector for BTS 2.

7.

Run the ADD CDMACH command to add the sector carrier for BTS 2.

8.

Run the ADD NBRCDMACH command to configure the neighbor relation between
carriers.

Querying the IP addresses of the BSC and the BTS


1.

Run the LST BSCBTSINF command to query the IP address that the BSC allocates for
the BTS. Check the query result in BTS Signaling IP Address.

2.

Run the LST SUBSYSTEM command to query the IP address that the BSC allocates for
the SPU subsystem. Check the query result in Subsystem CPU ID.

3.

Run the LST BTSLNK command to query the OM IP address that the BSC allocates for
the BTS. Check the query result in O&M IP Address.

Configuring BTS 1
1.

Run the ADD CBTSLNKGRP command to add the transmission link group between BTS
1 and BTS 2 for BTS 1.

2.

Run the ADD CBTSLNK command to add transmission links to the link group between
BTS 1 and BTS 2 for BTS 1.

3.

Run the SET CBTSLNKCLKM command to configure the clock mode of the transmission
link between the BSC and BTS 2 for BTS 1.

4.

Run the ADD CBTSMLTDRPLNK command to configure the VP switching between the
upper- and lower-level links for BTS 1.

5.

Run the SAV CBTSCFG command to save the configuration for BTS 1.

Configuring BTS 2
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Modify the configuration file of the BTS before conversion according to the network
requirements. Generally the configuration file of BTS 2 does not need to be modified.

Configuration Script
Configuration script of the BSC
/*******Forcibly remove the basic information of BTS 2 from the BSC*******/
RMV BSCBTSINF: BTSID=2, DELTREEFLAG=YES;
/*******Add the basic information of the BTS*******/
ADD BSCBTSINF: BTSTP=IBSCC, BTSID=2, BTSNM="BTS2", FN=4, SN=4, SSN=2, UBTSID=1,
USN=4, USSN=2, ABISCAPOPTMSW=OFF, ABISOPTMCRCSW=OFF, HIGHPW=NOHIGHPW;
/*******Add the OML for the BTS*******/
ADD BTSOMLNK: BTSID=2, SPUFN=4, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=26, LM=IMA, IMAGN=1,
OMLNKFLG="2-255";
/*******Add the signaling link for the BTS*******/
ADD BTSSIGLNK: BTSID=2, SPUFN=4, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=26, LM=IMA, IMAGN=1,
SIGLNKFLG="2-254";
/*******Add the traffic link for the BTS*******/
ADD BTSTRFLNK: BTSID=2, SPUFN=4, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=26, LM=IMA, IMAGN=1,
TYP=CDMA1X, TRFLNKLST="2-250-1", LNKBWATM=2000;
/*******Add the cell information of the BTS*******/
ADD CELL: BTSID=2, FN=4, SN=4, SSN=2, CN=400, SCTIDLST="0,1,2", PNLST="12,16,20",
SID=6, NID=1, PZID=1, BNDCLS=BC800, LAC="0x0102", ASSALW1X=NO, ASSALWDO=NO,
IFBORDCELL=NO, REVRSSICARRASSNSW=OFF, DOAREVRSSICARRASSNSW=OFF,
DOAPRVPRIASSSW=OFF;
/*******Add the 1X carriers of the BTS*******/
ADD CDMACH: CN=400, SCTID=0, CRRIDLST="11", ARFCNLST="234", TYP=CDMA2000,
IFBCDMACH=NO, CCLMFLG=YES, ECCLMFLG=YES, IFTCDMACH=NO, AUTODWNCDMACH=NO;
ADD CDMACH: CN=400, SCTID=1, CRRIDLST="11", ARFCNLST="234", TYP=CDMA2000,
IFBCDMACH=NO, CCLMFLG=YES, ECCLMFLG=YES, IFTCDMACH=NO, AUTODWNCDMACH=NO;
ADD CDMACH: CN=400, SCTID=2, CRRIDLST="11", ARFCNLST="234", TYP=CDMA2000,
IFBCDMACH=NO, CCLMFLG=YES, ECCLMFLG=YES, IFTCDMACH=NO, AUTODWNCDMACH=NO;
/*******Add the cell neighbor relations of the BTS*******/
ADD NBRCDMACH: CCDMACH="2-400-0-234", NBRCDMACHS="2-400-1-234,2-400-2-234",
SFFLAG=DOUBLE, DFFLAG=NULL, NBFLAG=NULL;
ADD NBRCDMACH: CCDMACH="2-400-1-234", NBRCDMACHS="2-400-0-234,2-400-2-234",
SFFLAG=DOUBLE, DFFLAG=NULL, NBFLAG=NULL;
ADD NBRCDMACH: CCDMACH="2-400-2-234", NBRCDMACHS="2-400-0-234,2-400-1-234",
SFFLAG=DOUBLE, DFFLAG=NULL, NBFLAG=NULL;
ADD NBRCDMACH: CCDMACH="1-300-0-23",
NBRCDMACHS="2-400-0-234,2-400-1-234,2-400-2-234,", SFFLAG=NULL, DFFLAG=DOUBLE,
NBFLAG=NULL;

Querying the IP addresses of the BSC and the BTS


/*******Query the signaling IP address of the BTS*******/
/*Note: The query result is 80.126.0.2*/
LST BSCBTSINF: BTSTP=IBSC, BTSID=2;
/*******Query the signaling IP address of BSC*******/
/*Note: The query result is 80.144.32.130*/
LST SUBSYSTEM: FN=4, SN=4, SSN=2;
/*******Query the OM IP address of the BTS*******/
/*Note: The query result is 129.19.64.2*/
LST BTSLNK: BTSID=2, LNKTYP=OAM;

Configuration script of BTS 1


/*Modify the original configuration file of BTS 1 according to the network
requirements*/
/*******Add the trunk link for the BTS*******/
/*Note: Add trunk links from BTS 1 to BTS 2*/
ADD CBTSLNKGRP: BRDTP=CMPT, BTSID=1, BRDID=0, LNKGRPTP=IMA, LNKGRPID=2;
ADD CBTSLNK: BRDTP=CMPT, BTSID=1, BRDID=0, LNKGRPID=2, LNKID=2;
/*******Configure the clock source for the trunk link*******/
/*Note: The clock mode for the trunk links from BTS 1 to BTS 2 must be MASTER*/

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SET CBTSLNKCLKM: BRDTP=CMPT, BTSID=1, BRDID=0, LNKID=2, CLKM=MASTER;


/*******Add the VP switch link*******/
ADD CBTSMLTDRPLNK: BTSID=1, UPBRDTP=UPCMPT, UPBRDID=0, UPLNKGRPID=1, UPVPI=2,
DNBRDTP=DNCMPT, DNBRDID=0, DNLNKGRPID=2, DNVPI=1;

Configuration script of BTS 2


/*Modify the configuration file of the BTS before conversion according to the
network requirements. Generally the configuration file of BTS 2 does not need to be
modified.*/

5.8 Changing a Cascading BTS to a Directly-Connected BTS


(BTS3606AE)
When the initial planning is improper or the transmission bandwidth cannot satisfy the increase
of the subscriber number, you need to change the cascading BTS to a directly-connected BTS.

Task Description
Assume that the current system has the following properties:
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The BSC type is BSC6680.

The IDs of the BTSs are 1 and 2.

Figure 5-6 shows the original networking of the cascading BTS.


Figure 5-6 Networking of cascading BTSs in VP switch mode

The task of changing a cascading BTS to a directly-connected BTS has the following
requirements:
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Change BTS 2 to a directly-connected BTS.

The cell IDs, sector IDs, system ID, network ID, and carriers remain the same.

The connected CSPS remains the same.

The properties of the transmission link at the BTS side and the bearer timeslots remain the
same.

Figure 5-7 shows the original networking of the cascading BTS.

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Figure 5-7 Networking of the directly-connected BTS

NOTE

There are few differences in data configuration of BTS 2 before and after the change. Generally, you
need to modify the configuration based on the previous configuration file.

Before configuring BTS 2, run the SAV CBTSCFG command to save the original BTS configuration.
After modifying the configuration file, run the DLD CBTSSW command to download the new BTS
configuration file to BTS 2 and activate the configuration file.

Data Preparation
Item

Value

Information of the link


from the BSC to BTS 2

BTS type: internal directly-connected BTS

Subrack number of the CSPS: 4

IMA group number: 0

Clock mode of the transmission link: SLAVE

OML ID: 1-255

Signaling link flag: 1-254

Traffic link flag: 1-250-1

Traffic link bandwidth: 2000 kbit/s

Cell ID: 400

System ID: 6

Network ID: 1

Data packet area ID: 1

Band class: 800 MHz

Location area code: 0x0102

Sector ID: 0, 1, 2

PN sequence: 12, 16, 20

Carrier ID: 11

Channel number sequence: 234

System type: CDMA2000 1X

Information of the cell


and the sector to be
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Item

Value

Adding a carrier
neighbor relation

Neighbor relations between sector carriers of BTS 2

Neighbor relations between sector 0 of BTS 1 and sectors 0, 1,


and 2 of BTS 2

Signaling IP address of
the BTS

The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running


the LST BSCBTSINF command.

Signaling IP address of
the BSC

The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running


the LST SUBSYSTEM command.

OM IP address of the
BTS

The IP address is assigned by the BSC. You can query it by running


the LST BTSLNK command.

Configuration Procedure
Configuring the BSC
1.

Run the RMV BSCBTSINF command to remove the basic information of BTS 2. The
forcible delete must be set to YES.

2.

Run the ADD BSCBTSINF command to add the basic information of BTS 2. The BTS
Type must be set to IBSC(BTS under the BSC).

3.

Run the ADD BTSOMLNK command to add an OML for the BTS 2.

4.

Run the ADD BTSSIGLNK command to add a signaling link for BTS 2.

5.

Run the ADD BTSTRFLNK command to add a traffic link for BTS 2.

6.

Run the ADD CELL command to add the cell and sector for BTS 2.

7.

Run the ADD CDMACH command to add the sector carrier for BTS 2.

8.

Run the ADD NBRCDMACH command to configure the neighbor relation between
carriers.

Querying the IP addresses of the BSC and the BTS


1.

Run the LST BSCBTSINF command to query the IP address that the BSC allocates for
the BTS. Check the query result in BTS Signaling IP Address.

2.

Run the LST SUBSYSTEM command to query the IP address that the BSC allocates for
the SPU subsystem. Check the query result in Subsystem CPU ID.

3.

Run the LST BTSLNK command to query the OM IP address that the BSC allocates for
the BTS. Check the query result in O&M IP Address.

Configuring BTS 1
1.

Run the RMV CBTSMLTDRPLNK command to remove the VP switching between the
upper- and lower-level links for BTS 1.

2.

Run the RMV CBTSLNKGRP command to remove the transmission link group between
BTS 1 and BTS 2 for BTS 1.

3.

Run the SAV CBTSCFG command to save the configuration for BTS 1.

Configuring BTS 2
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requirements. Generally the configuration file of BTS 2 does not need to be modified.

Configuration Script
Configuration script of the BSC
/*******Forcibly remove the basic information of BTS 2 from the BSC*******/
RMV BSCBTSINF: BTSID=2, DELTREEFLAG=YES;
/*******Add the basic information of the BTS*******/
ADD BSCBTSINF: BTSTP=IBSC, BTSID=2, BTSNM="BTS2", FN=4, SN=4, SSN=2,
ABISCAPOPTMSW=OFF, ABISOPTMCRCSW=OFF, HIGHPW=NOHIGHPW, ABISREDUNDANCESW=OFF;
/*******Add the OML for the BTS*******/
ADD BTSOMLNK: BTSID=2, SPUFN=4, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=26, LM=IMA, IMAGN=0,
OMLNKFLG="1-255";
/*******Add the signaling link for the BTS*******/
ADD BTSSIGLNK: BTSID=2, SPUFN=4, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=26, LM=IMA, IMAGN=0,
SIGLNKFLG="1-254";
/*******Add the traffic link for the BTS*******/
ADD BTSTRFLNK: BTSID=2, SPUFN=4, SPUSN=4, SPUSSN=2, IFBSN=26, LM=IMA, IMAGN=0,
TYP=CDMA1X, TRFLNKLST="1-250-1", LNKBWATM=2000;
/*******Add the cell information of the BTS*******/
ADD CELL: BTSID=2, FN=4, SN=4, SSN=2, CN=400, SCTIDLST="0,1,2", PNLST="12,16,20",
SID=6, NID=1, PZID=1, BNDCLS=BC800, LAC="0x0102", ASSALW1X=NO, ASSALWDO=NO,
IFBORDCELL=NO, REVRSSICARRASSNSW=OFF, DOAREVRSSICARRASSNSW=OFF,
DOAPRVPRIASSSW=OFF;
/*******Add the 1X carriers of the BTS*******/
ADD CDMACH: CN=400, SCTID=0, CRRIDLST="11", ARFCNLST="234", TYP=CDMA2000,
IFBCDMACH=NO, CCLMFLG=YES, ECCLMFLG=YES, IFTCDMACH=NO, AUTODWNCDMACH=NO;
ADD CDMACH: CN=400, SCTID=1, CRRIDLST="11", ARFCNLST="234", TYP=CDMA2000,
IFBCDMACH=NO, CCLMFLG=YES, ECCLMFLG=YES, IFTCDMACH=NO, AUTODWNCDMACH=NO;
ADD CDMACH: CN=400, SCTID=2, CRRIDLST="11", ARFCNLST="234", TYP=CDMA2000,
IFBCDMACH=NO, CCLMFLG=YES, ECCLMFLG=YES, IFTCDMACH=NO, AUTODWNCDMACH=NO;
/*******Add the cell neighbor relations of the BTS*******/
ADD NBRCDMACH: CCDMACH="2-400-0-234", NBRCDMACHS="2-400-1-234,2-400-2-234",
SFFLAG=DOUBLE, DFFLAG=NULL, NBFLAG=NULL;
ADD NBRCDMACH: CCDMACH="2-400-1-234", NBRCDMACHS="2-400-0-234,2-400-2-234",
SFFLAG=DOUBLE, DFFLAG=NULL, NBFLAG=NULL;
ADD NBRCDMACH: CCDMACH="1-300-0-23",
NBRCDMACHS="2-400-0-234,2-400-1-234,2-400-2-234,", SFFLAG=NULL, DFFLAG=DOUBLE,
NBFLAG=NULL;

Querying the IP addresses of the BSC and the BTS


/*******Query the signaling IP address of the BTS*******/
/*Note: The query result is 80.126.0.2*/
LST BSCBTSINF: BTSTP=IBSC, BTSID=2;
/*******Query the signaling IP address of BSC*******/
/*Note: The query result is 80.144.32.130*/
LST SUBSYSTEM: FN=4, SN=4, SSN=2;
/*******Query the OM IP address of the BTS*******/
/*Note: The query result is 129.19.64.2*/
LST BTSLNK: BTSID=2, LNKTYP=OAM;

Configuration script of BTS 1


/*******Remove the physical link and the VP switch link of the cascading
BTS*******/
RMV CBTSMLTDRPLNK: BTSID=1, UPBRDTP=CMPT, UPBRDID=0, UPLNKGRPID=1, UPVPI=2;
RMV CBTSLNKGRP: BTSID=1, BRDTP=CMPT, BRDID=0, LNKGRPTP=IMA, LNKGRPID=2;
SAV CBTSCFG: BTSID=1;

Configuration script of BTS 2


/*Modify the configuration file of the BTS before conversion according to the

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