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Customer Training Catalog Course Descriptions

Customer Training Catalog


Course Descriptions
Mobile Softswitch(GSM/UMTS)

HUAWEI Learning Service


2015

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CONTENTS
1.1 Training Course Descriptions ..................................................................................................................... 4
1.2 WCDMA-CS Training Course Descriptions ................................................................................................ 7
1.2.1 OWA02 Mobile SoftSwitch Fundamental ........................................................................................... 7
1.2.2 OWG01 GSM/UMTS Softswitch Products Overview ......................................................................... 8
1.2.3 OWG10 MSOFTX3000 (CPCI) Hardware System ............................................................................. 9
1.2.4 OWG21 MSOFTX3000(CPCI) data configuration ............................................................................ 10
1.2.5 OWG23 MSOFTX3000 (CPCI) Operation and Maintenance ........................................................... 12
1.2.6 OWG11 MSOFTX3000 (ATCA) Hardware System .......................................................................... 14
1.2.7 OWG22 MSOFTX3000(ATCA) data configuration ........................................................................... 15
1.2.8 OWG24 MSOFTX3000 (ATCA) Operation and Maintenance .......................................................... 17
1.2.9 OWG31 MSS Service Provision ...................................................................................................... 18
1.2.10 OWH10 GU UMG8900 Hardware System ....................................................................................... 19
1.2.11 OWH23 GU UMG8900 Operation and Maintenance Training .......................................................... 20
1.2.12 OWH22 GU UMG8900 Data Configuration Training ........................................................................ 21
1.2.13 OWA03 GSM/UMTS Typical Signaling Flow Training ...................................................................... 22
1.2.14 OWA04 MSS Signaling Analysis Training ........................................................................................ 23
1.2.15 OWG41 Number Translation Training .............................................................................................. 25
1.2.16 OWG53 GSM/UMTS SoftSwitch Core Network Design Training ..................................................... 26
1.2.17 OWG54 GSM/UMTS SoftSwitch Core Network Evaluation and Optimization Training .................... 27
1.2.18 OWG62 MSC POOL Training .......................................................................................................... 29
1.2.19 OWG33 MSS XPTU Configuration Training (ETSI) ......................................................................... 31
1.2.20 OWG61 2G/3G Core Network Sharing Training .............................................................................. 32
1.2.21 OWI71 IP fundamental ..................................................................................................................... 33
1.2.22 OWI72 CN internal IP Netwoking ..................................................................................................... 34
1.2.23 OWI73 Datacom Equipments in CN................................................................................................. 35
1.2.24 OWI74 CN IP Reliability and QOS ................................................................................................... 36
1.2.25 OWI75 CN IP Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................... 37
1.2.26 OWG38 MSOFTX3000 Troubleshooting Training ............................................................................ 38
1.2.27 OWH36 GU UMG8900 Troubleshooting Training ............................................................................ 39
1.2.28 OWG77 AoIP Training...................................................................................................................... 40
1.2.29 OWG78 MSS Common Emergency Operation Training .................................................................. 41
1.2.30 OWG86 CSFB Training.................................................................................................................... 43
1.2.31 OWG63 eSRVCC feature ................................................................................................................ 44
1.2.32 OWG64 mAGCF feature .................................................................................................................. 45
1.2.33 OWG66 VoLTE Solution (CS) Advanced Operation and Maintenance Training ............................... 46
1.3 GSM-R Training Course Descriptions ...................................................................................................... 47
1.3.1 OMH20 GTSOFTX3000 Hardware System ..................................................................................... 47
1.3.2 OMH22 GTSOFTX3000 Data Configuration .................................................................................... 48
1.3.3 OMH21 GTSOFTX3000 Operation and Maintenance...................................................................... 49
1.3.4 OMH30 GSM-R UMG8900 Hardware System ................................................................................. 50

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1.3.5 OMH31 GSM-R UMG8900 Operation and Maintenance ................................................................. 51


1.3.6 OMH32 GSM-R UMG8900 Data Configuration ............................................................................... 52
1.3.7 OMH01 GSM-R Overview................................................................................................................ 53
1.3.8 OMH40 GSM-R Feature Training..................................................................................................... 54
1.4 UGC Training Course Descriptions .......................................................................................................... 56
1.4.1 OZC10 OMS2600 (UGC) Operation and Maintenance .................................................................... 56
1.4.2 OZE08 UGC3200(CGO) Operation and Maintenance ..................................................................... 57
1.4.3 OZE04 UMG8900(CGO) Operation and Maintenance..................................................................... 58
1.4.4 OZO05 iManager NMS (CGO) Operation and Maintenance ............................................................ 59
1.5 SmartCare Training Course Descriptions ................................................................................................. 60
1.5.1 OSE01 SEQ Analyst and Probe Administrator Training ................................................................... 60
1.5.2 OSE02 SmartCare Voice Service Quality Improvement Training ..................................................... 62
1.5.3 OSE03 SmartCare IMS Service Quality Improvement Training ....................................................... 64
1.6 WBT Training Course Descriptions .......................................................................................................... 65
1.6.1 OWG79 MSS Signaling Analysis(WBT) ........................................................................................... 65
1.6.2 OWG80 GSM and UMTS Softswitch Core Network Principle(WBT)................................................ 67
1.6.3 OWG81 MSC POOL Principle(WBT) ............................................................................................... 68
1.6.4 OWG82 UMG8900 System Overview(WBT) ................................................................................... 69
1.6.5 OWG83 MSOFTX3000(ATCA) System and Principle(WBT) ........................................................... 70
1.6.6 OWG84 GU CS Core Network Design Overview(WBT) .................................................................. 71
1.6.7 OWG85 AoIP Networking and Principle(WBT)................................................................................. 72
1.6.8 OWG88 CSFB Solution Introdcution(WBT) ..................................................................................... 73
1.7 M-Learning Training Course Descriptions ................................................................................................ 74
1.7.1 OSE12 CSFB ................................................................................................................................... 74

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1.1 Training Course Descriptions

Mobile Softswitch(GSM/UMTS) Training Courses are designed as follows:

Duration
Training Class
Code Training Courses Level (working
Location Size
days)

WCDMA-CS Training Courses

OWA02 Mobile SoftSwitch Fundamental 1 6 ~ 12

OWG01 GSM/UMTS Softswitch Products Overview 1 6 ~ 12

OWG10 MSOFTX3000 (CPCI) Hardware System 1 6 ~ 12

OWG21 MSOFTX3000(CPCI) data configuration 6 6 ~ 12

OWG23 MSOFTX3000 (CPCI) Operation and Maintenance 3 6 ~ 12

OWG11 MSOFTX3000 (ATCA) Hardware System 1 6 ~ 12

OWG22 MSOFTX3000(ATCA) data configuration 6 6 ~ 12

OWG24 MSOFTX3000 (ATCA) Operation and Maintenance 3 6 ~ 12

OWG31 MSS Service Provision 5 6 ~ 12

OWH10 GU UMG8900 Hardware System 1 6 ~ 12

OWH23 GU UMG8900 Operation and Maintenance Training 2 6 ~ 12

OWH22 GU UMG8900 Data Configuration Training 2 6 ~ 12

OWA03 GSM/UMTS Typical Signaling Flow Training 3 6 ~ 12

OWA04 MSS Signaling Analysis Training 5 6 ~ 12

OWG41 Number Translation Training 2 6 ~ 12

OWG53 GSM/UMTS SoftSwitch Core Network Design Training 3 6 ~ 12

GSM/UMTS SoftSwitch Core Network Evaluation and


OWG54 3 6 ~ 12
Optimization Training

OWG62 MSC POOL Training 5 6 ~ 12

OWG33 MSS XPTU Configuration Training (ETSI) 1 6 ~ 12

OWG61 2G/3G Core Network Sharing Training 1 6 ~ 12

OWI71 IP fundamental 1 6 ~ 12

OWI72 CN internal IP Netwoking 0.5 6 ~ 12

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OWI73 Datacom Equipments in CN 1 6 ~ 12

OWI74 CN IP Reliability and QOS 1 6 ~ 12

OWI75 CN IP Troubleshooting 1.5 6 ~ 12

OWG38 MSOFTX3000 Troubleshooting Training 3 6 ~ 12

OWH36 GU UMG8900 Troubleshooting Training 2 6 ~ 12

OWG77 AoIP Training 2 6 ~ 12

OWG78 MSS Common Emergency Operation Training 2 2~6

OWG86 CSFB Training 2 6 ~ 12

OWG63 eSRVCC feature 0.5 6 ~ 12

OWG64 mAGCF feature 0.5 6 ~ 12

VoLTE Solution (CS) Advanced Operation and


OWG66 2 6 ~ 12
Maintenance Training

GSM-R Training Courses

OMH20 GTSOFTX3000 Hardware System 0.5 6 ~ 12

OMH22 GTSOFTX3000 Data Configuration 6 6 ~ 12

OMH21 GTSOFTX3000 Operation and Maintenance 3.5 6 ~ 12

OMH30 GSM-R UMG8900 Hardware System 1 6 ~ 12

OMH31 GSM-R UMG8900 Operation and Maintenance 2 6 ~ 12

OMH32 GSM-R UMG8900 Data Configuration 2 6 ~ 12

OMH01 GSM-R Overview 0.5 6 ~ 12

OMH40 GSM-R Feature Training 4.5 6 ~ 12

UGC Training Courses

OZC10 OMS2600 (UGC) Operation and Maintenance 1 6 ~ 12

OZE08 UGC3200(CGO) Operation and Maintenance 4 6 ~ 12

OZE04 UMG8900(CGO) Operation and Maintenance 2 6 ~ 12

OZO05 iManager NMS (CGO) Operation and Maintenance 1 6 ~ 12

SmartCare Training Courses

OSE01 SEQ Analyst and Probe Administrator Training 2 6 ~ 12

OSE02 SmartCare Voice Service Quality Improvement Training 2 6 ~ 12

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OSE03 SmartCare IMS Service Quality Improvement Training 2 6 ~ 12

WBT Training Courses

OWG79 MSS Signaling Analysis(WBT) 2.5h No limit

OWG80 GSM and UMTS Softswitch Core Network Principle(WBT) 0.5h No limit

OWG81 MSC POOL Principle(WBT) 1h No limit

OWG82 UMG8900 System Overview(WBT) 1h No limit

OWG83 MSOFTX3000(ATCA) System and Principle(WBT) 2h No limit

OWG84 GU CS Core Network Design Overview(WBT) 0.5h No limit

OWG85 AoIP Networking and Principle(WBT) 0.5h No limit

OWG88 CSFB Solution Introdcution(WBT) 1h No limit

M-Learning Training Courses

OSE12 CSFB 1h No limit

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1.2 WCDMA-CS Training Course Descriptions

1.2.1 OWA02 Mobile SoftSwitch Fundamental

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Architecture of UMTS R4 system


be able to: Interfaces in UMTS R4
Describe architecture of UMTS R4 system Protocols in Circuit Swtich domain of R4
Describe interfaces in UMTS R4 Call procedure in Circuit Swtich domain of R4
Describe protocols in Circuit Switch domain of Features of Core Network
R4 Training Methods
Describe call procedure in Circuit Switch
domain of R4 Lectures, LVC

Describe Features of Core Network Duration

Target Audience 1 working day

All Technical and non-Technical Personnel Class Size

Prerequisites Min 6, max 12

None

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1.2.2 OWG01 GSM/UMTS Softswitch Products Overview

Objectives Functions and services provided by


MSOFTX3000
On completion of this course, the participants will
Typical networking and application of
be able to:
MSOFTX3000
Describe system structure of MSOFTX3000
UMG8900 introduction
and UMG8900
System structure of UMG8900
Describe functions and services provided by
Functions and services provided by UMG8900
MSOFTX3000 and UMG8900
Typical networking and application of
Describe typical networking and application of
UMG8900
MSOFTX3000 and UMG8900
Training Methods
Target Audience
Lectures, LVC
All Technical and non-Technical Personnel
Duration
Prerequisites
1 working day
A basic knowledge of mobile communication
Class Size
Content
Min 6, max 12
MSOFTX3000 introduction
System structure of MSOFTX3000

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1.2.3 OWG10 MSOFTX3000 (CPCI) Hardware System

Objectives Prerequisites

On completion of this course, the participants will A basic knowledge of mobile communication
be able to: Content
Describe logical structures of MSOFTX3000
MSOFTX3000 system structure
Describe the board functions of MSOFTX3000
MSOFTX3000 board function
Describe the internal connection and cables of
Internal connection and cables
MSOFTX3000
Target Audience Training Methods

Lectures, LVC
Core network monitor engineers
Installation engineers Duration

Commissioning engineers 1 working day


Operation and maintenance engineers
Class Size

Min 6, max 12

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1.2.4 OWG21 MSOFTX3000(CPCI) data configuration

Objectives Operation and maintenance engineers


Prerequisites
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to: A basic knowledge of mobile communication
Describe configuration flow of local office Successful completion of
integration "MSOFTX3000(CPCI) Hardware System
Perform hardware configuration of Training"
MSOFTX3000 Content
Perform physical port configuration of
Configuration flow of hardware data
MSOFTX3000
Equipment components configuration
Perform the interconnection between
MSOFTX3000 and UMG8900 Physical port parameters configuration

Perform the local office information (SPC, MCC, Clock synchronization mode configuration

MNC, MSRN) configuration Query hardware data

Perform interworking configuration between Mc interface introduction


MSOFTX3000 and HLR (MTP-based H.248 protocol introduction
networking mode, M3UA-based Data configuration based on different scenario
non-peer-to-peer networking mode, (Single MGW, Multi-MGW IP networking,
M3UA-based peer-to-peer networking mode, Multi-MGW TDM networking, Multi-MGW IP
STP-transferred networking mode) and TDM networking)
Perform interworking configuration between Verification of configuration
MSOFTX3000 and BSC (MTP-based Configure the local signaling point
networking mode, M2UA-based networking Configure the mobile local office information
mode, M3UA-based non-peer-to-peer Configure the MAP function
networking mode, Mini-A-Flex networking
Add the VLR configuration
mode, IP-based A interface)
Configure the SCCP GT data
Perform interworking configuration
Configure the call source data
MSOFTX3000 and PSTN (networking mode
Configure the MSRN/HON prefixes
based on M2UA, M3UA)
Configure the MSRN/HON suffixes
Perform interworking configuration
Add the mapping between MSC numbers and
MSOFTX3000 and RNC (M3UA
the MSRNs/HONs
Non-Peer-to-Peer, Iu-Flex, IP-Based Iu
Verification of configuration
Interface)
Networking scenario between MSOFTX3000
Perform interworking configuration
and HLR (MTP-based networking mode,
MSOFTX3000 and MSC Server (BICC over
M3UA-based non-peer-to-peer networking
M3UA, SIP over SCTP)
mode, M3UA-based peer-to-peer networking
Verify the configuration result
mode, STP-transferred networking mode)
Target Audience
Interconnection configuration based on
Core network commissioning engineers different scenario

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Verification of configuration Basic Routing configuration
Networking scenario between MSOFTX3000 Concepts introduction(call source, route
and BSC (MTP-based networking mode, selection source name, route selection name,
M2UA-based networking mode, M3UA-based call prefix )
non-peer-to-peer networking mode, Basic Called Number configuration
Mini-A-Flex networking mode, IP-based A Basic Routing configuration
interface) MSOFTX3000(CPCI) Hardware Data
Signaling and Speech configuration to BSC Configuration
based on different scenario MSOFTX3000(CPCI) Mc interface Data
Location Area configuration Configuration
Verification of configuration MSOFTX3000(CPCI) Local Office Data
Networking scenario between MSOFTX3000 Configuration
and PSTN (networking mode based on MSOFTX3000(CPCI) Interworking with HLR
M2UA,networking mode based on M3UA) Data Configuration
Signaling and Speech configuration to PSTN MSOFTX3000(CPCI) Interworking with BSC
based on different scenario Data Configuration
Verification of configuration MSOFTX3000(CPCI) Interworking with
Networking scenario between MSOFTX3000 PSTN-MSC Data Configuration
and RNC (M3UA Non-Peer-to-Peer, Iu-Flex, MSOFTX3000(CPCI) Interworking With RNC
IP-Based Iu Interface) Data Configuration
Signaling and Speech configuration to RNC MSOFTX3000(CPCI) Interworking with MSC
based on different scenario Server Data Configuration
Location Area configuration MSOFTX3000(CPCI) Number Analysis
Verification of configuration Configuration
Networking scenario between MSOFTX3000 Training Methods
and MSC Server(BICC over M3UA, SIP-I)
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise, E-lab
Signaling and Speech configuration to MSC
Server based on different scenario Duration
Verification of configuration
6 working days
Concepts introduction(call source, route
Class Size
selection source name, route selection name,
call prefix ) Min 6, max 12
Basic Called Number configuration

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1.2.5 OWG23 MSOFTX3000 (CPCI) Operation and Maintenance

Objectives database
Restoring the SQL Server database
On completion of this course, the participants will
Restoring the password of the SQL Server
be able to:
database
Operate BAM process and manager
System Backup
Check BAM status
System Recovery
Backup and restore system
Browsing alarms
Perform alarm management (browsing alarms,
Querying alarms
querying alarms, printing alarms, dumping
Printing alarms
alarm logs)
Dump alarm logs
Perform performance management ( creating
Alarm box operation
performance measurement tasks, customizing
performance entity, dumping the result of Process alarm information follow the alarm

measurement) help

Perform iGWB operation(checking status of Create performance measurement task

processes, browsing CDR, checking hard disk Query performance measurement task
space, iGWB switchover) Dump the result of measurement
Query equipment status Customize performance entity
Query resource information iGWB system structure
Query the service status iGWB operation(Checking status of processes,
Replace board or cable browsing CDR, Checking harddisk space,
iGWB swithover)
Target Audience
Major alarm information related to iGWB
Core network monitor engineers Query equipment status
Operation and maintenance engineers Query resource information
Prerequisites Perform backup
Query the service status
A basic knowledge of mobile communication
Browse alarm information
Successful completion of
"MSOFTX3000(CPCI) Hardware System Browse the performance task

Training" User authority operation

Content Replace board


Loopback operation
BAM software structure Trace operation
BAM processes operation CDR operation
BAM manager operation Dialing test
Check BAM status License operation
BAM harddisk operation Log operation
Manually backing up databases List Patch
Checking the Automatic backup of the Display patch

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Loading patch Duration

Activate patch 3 working days


Confirm patch
Class Size
Rollback patch
Training Methods Min 6, max 12

Lectures, Hands-on Exercise, E-lab

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1.2.6 OWG11 MSOFTX3000 (ATCA) Hardware System

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will MSOFTX3000 system architecture


be able to: MSOFTX3000 service processing subsystem
Describe MSOFTX3000 boards and its MSOFTX3000 maintenance management
functions subsystem
Describe MSOFTX3000 peripherals and other MSOFTX3000 environment monitoring
components subsystem
Describe MSOFTX3000 internal connection MSOFTX3000 alarm management system
and external connection MSOFTX3000 cabinet
Describe logical system architecture of MSOFTX3000 boards
MSOFTX3000 MSOFTX3000 peripherals and other
Describe the signaling processing flow, service Components
processing flow, maintenance processing flow, MSOFTX3000 connection and Cables
alarm management flow of MSOFTX3000
Training Methods
Target Audience
Lectures, LVC
Core network monitor engineers
Duration
Installation engineers
Commissioning engineers 1 working day

Operation and maintenance engineers Class Size


Prerequisites
Min 6, max 12

A basic knowledge of mobile communication

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1.2.7 OWG22 MSOFTX3000(ATCA) data configuration

Objectives Target Audience

On completion of this course, the participants will Core network commissioning engineers
be able to: Operation and maintenance engineers
Install the host software and local maintenance Prerequisites
software after MGC and MGW hardware
installation A basic knowledge of mobile communication

Describe configuration flow of local office Successful completion of

integration "MSOFTX3000(ATCA) Hardware System


Training"
Perform hardware configuration of
MSOFTX3000 Content
Perform physical port configuration of
Describe the procedure of configuration
MSOFTX3000
Perform the configuration of hardware
Perform the interconnection between
Perform the configuration of module
MSOFTX3000 and UMG8900
Describe the procedure of configuration
Perform the local office information (SPC, MCC,
Perform the configuration of hardware
MNC, MSRN) configuration
Perform the configuration of module
Perform interworking configuration between
Configure the local signaling point
MSOFTX3000 and HLR (MTP-based
Configure the mobile local office information
networking mode, M3UA-based
non-peer-to-peer networking mode, Configure the MAP function

M3UA-based peer-to-peer networking mode, Add the VLR configuration


STP-transferred networking mode) Configure the SCCP GT data
Perform interworking configuration between Configure the call source data
MSOFTX3000 and BSC (MTP-based Configure the MSRN/HON prefixes
networking mode, M2UA-based networking Configure the MSRN/HON suffixes
mode, M3UA-based non-peer-to-peer Add the mapping between MSC numbers and
networking mode, Mini-A-Flex networking the MSRNs/HONs
mode, IP-based A interface) Verification of configuration
Perform interworking configuration Mc interface introduction
MSOFTX3000 and PSTN (networking mode H.248 protocol introduction
based on M2UA, M3UA)
Data configuration based on different scenario
Perform interworking configuration
(Single MGW, Multi-MGW IP networking,
MSOFTX3000 and RNC (M3UA
Multi-MGW TDM networking, Multi-MGW IP
Non-Peer-to-Peer, Iu-Flex, IP-Based Iu and TDM networking)
Interface)
Verification of configuration
Perform interworking configuration
Networking scenario between MSOFTX3000
MSOFTX3000 and MSC Server (BICC over
and HLR (MTP-based networking mode,
M3UA, SIP over SCTP)
M3UA-based non-peer-to-peer networking
Verify the configuration result
mode, M3UA-based peer-to-peer networking

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mode, STP-transferred networking mode) Concepts introduction(call source, route
Interconnection configuration based on selection source name, route selection name,
different scenario call prefix )
Verification of configuration Basic Called Number configuration
Networking scenario between MSOFTX3000 Basic Routing configuration
and BSC (MTP-based networking mode, MSOFTX3000(ATCA) Hardware and Module
M2UA-based networking mode, M3UA-based Configuration
non-peer-to-peer networking mode, MSOFTX3000(ATCA) Local Office Data
Mini-A-Flex networking mode, IP-based A Configuration
interface) MSOFTX3000(ATCA) Mc interface Data
Signaling and Speech configuration to BSC Configuration
based on different scenario MSOFTX3000(ATCA) Interworking with HLR
Location Area configuration Data Configuration
Verification of configuration MSOFTX3000(ATCA) Interworking with BSC
Networking scenario between MSOFTX3000 Data Configuration
and PSTN (networking mode based on M2UA, MSOFTX3000(ATCA) Interworking with
networking mode based on M3UA) PSTN-MSC Data Configuration
Signaling and Speech configuration to PSTN MSOFTX3000(ATCA) Interworking With RNC
based on different scenario Data Configuration
Verification of configuration MSOFTX3000(ATCA) Interworking with MSC
Networking scenario between MSOFTX3000 Server Data Configuration
and RNC (M3UA Non-Peer-to-Peer, Iu-Flex, MSOFTX3000(ATCA) Number Analysis
IP-Based Iu Interface) Configuration
Signaling and Speech configuration to RNC Training Methods
based on different scenario
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise, E-lab
Location Area configuration
Verification of configuration Duration

Networking scenario between MSOFTX3000 6 working days


and MSC Server(BICC over M3UA, SIP-I)
Class Size
Signaling and Speech configuration to MSC
Server based on different scenario Min 6, max 12
Verification of configuration

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1.2.8 OWG24 MSOFTX3000 (ATCA) Operation and Maintenance

Objectives Parts Replacement


Rollback
On completion of this course, the participants will
Describe the iGWB functions
be able to:
Describe the hardware structure of iGWB
Perform the device management
Describe the software structure of iGWB
Perform the tracing task
Perform the iGWB configuration
Perform the alarm operation
Perform the iGWB maintenance
Querying Logs
Introduction to Performance Management
Perform security management
Performance Management Routine Operation
Perform the OMU status checking
Basic KPI
Perform the License management
Equipment Status Check
Perform the Oracle processes starting and
System Resource Check
stopping
Data Consistency Check
Perform the system backup and recovery
Log Management
Perform the service checking
MSoftX3000 Database Overview
Perform the replacing boards
Database Backup and Restoration Policy
Perform the iGWB configuration and
Database Backup and Restoration Procedure
maintenance
Introduction to Alarm Management
Target Audience
Alarm Collection and Management
Core network monitor engineers Alarm Handling
Operation and maintenance engineers Training Methods
Prerequisites
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise, E-lab
A basic knowledge of mobile communication Duration
Successful completion of
"MSOFTX3000(ATCA) Hardware System 3 working days

Training" Class Size


Content Min 6, max 12

OMU Server Operation and Maintenance


Service Operation Status Check

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1.2.9 OWG31 MSS Service Provision

Objectives Routing configuration based on TDM and IP


bearer
On completion of this course, the participants will
Normal call configuration (MOC and MTC)
be able to:
Call barring provision
Configure roaming restriction
Call failure provision
Configure call service, USSD service
Emergency call provision
Change the resource of VLR
CLIP
Set authentication configuration and cipher
Supplementary service provision
configuration
USSD service provision
Configure roaming data in MSC Server
Location Area Provision
Configure IN service in MSC Server
Location update setting
Adjust the load among SS7 trunk routes
User data management in VLR
Adjust the load among M3UA or MTP3
2G Authentication Setting
signaling links
3G Authentication Setting
Makeup tone file
Cipher Setting
Set announcement configuration
Roaming user configuration
Add an MSISDN number segment
Roaming restriction configuration
Modify a route in an office direction
VLR resource management
Target Audience
Module adjustment and management
Core network commissioning engineers Links adjustment and management
Operation and maintenance engineers Circuit adjustment and management
Prerequisites Routing adjustment and management
New National Access Code adding
A basic knowledge of mobile communication
Change GT data
Successful completion of "MSOFTX3000
Make up tone file
Data Configuration" and "UMG8900 Data
Upload tone file
Configuration"
Configure tone file
Content
Set the tone file playing mode
IN service trigger configuration based on Training Methods
different scenarios(triggered by CSI, triggered
by specified called number, triggered by Lectures, Hands-on Exercise

number segment) Duration


Emergency service trigger configuration
5 working days
Number change configuration when IN service
Class Size
trigger
General routing(on priority, load-sharing, time) Min 6, max 12
principle and configuration

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1.2.10 OWH10 GU UMG8900 Hardware System

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will UMG8900 hardware structure


be able to: UMG8900 logical architecture
Describe UMG8900 hardware structure UMG8900 software architecture
Describe UMG8900 logical architecture UMG8900 cascading system
Describe UMG8900 software architecture Main boards' functions of UMG8900
Describe UMG8900 Cascading System Internal message flow
Describe main boards' functions of UMG8900 Training Methods
Describe Internal message processing flow
Lectures, LVC
Target Audience
Duration
Core network monitor engineers
1 working day
Installation engineers
Class Size
Commissioning engineers
Operation and maintenance engineers Min 6, max 12
Prerequisites

A basic knowledge of mobile communication

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1.2.11 OWH23 GU UMG8900 Operation and Maintenance Training

Objectives UMG8900 System recovery operation


User authority operation
On completion of this course, the participants will
Replace board
be able to:
Loopback operation
Query equipment status
Trace operation
Query resource information
CDR operation
Operate performance task
Dialing test
Perform system backup and recovery
License operation
Query the service status
Log operation
Replace the hardware boards
Recording
Replace the cable
Tone file makeup and upload
Target Audience
UMG8900 Routine Operation and Maintenance
Core network monitor engineers UMG8900 Common Operation
Operation and maintenance engineers Browse alarm
Prerequisites Manage alarm
Handle alarm follow the alarm help
A basic knowledge of mobile communication
Create performance tasks
Successful completion of "GU UMG8900
Dump performance report
Hardware System Training"
Customize performance entity
Content
Set alarm prompt for poor performance
Query equipment status Training Methods
Query resource information
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise, E-lab
Perform backup
Duration
Query the service status
Browse alarm information 2 working days
Browse the performance task Class Size
UMG8900 System backup preparation
Min 6, max 12
UMG8900 System backup operation

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1.2.12 OWH22 GU UMG8900 Data Configuration Training

Objectives different networking


Interworking with MGW based on different
On completion of this course, the participants will
networking
be able to:
Detailed configuration commands and key
Perform hardware and hardware interface
parameters
configuration
Interworking with MGW based on different
Perform bearer(IP, TDM, ATM) configuration on
networking
UMG8900
Detailed configuration commands and key
Perform UMG8900 interworking with BSC
parameters
Perform UMG8900 interworking with
Interworking with RNC based on different
MSC/PSTN
scenarios
Perform UMG8900 interworking with RNC
Protocol stack interworking with RNC
Target Audience
Detailed configuration commands and key

Core network commissioning engineers parameters

Operation and maintenance engineers UMG8900 Basic Data Configuration(SSM256)


UMG8900 Basic Data Configuration(SSM32)
Prerequisites
UMG8900 Basic Data Configuration (SSM160)
A basic knowledge of mobile communication UMG8900 Mc Interface Configuration
Successful completion of "GU UMG8900 UMG8900 Bearer Data Configuration
Hardware System Training"
UMG8900 interworking with BSC-MSC-PSTN
Content Data Configuration
UMG8900 interworking with MGW Data
Configuring system time
Configuration
Configuring frames and boards
UMG8900 interworking with RNC Data
Configuring the clock
Configuration
Configuring MGW data
Training Methods
Configuring the Link
Activating the VMGW Lectures, Hands-on Exercise, E-lab
UMG8900 IP bearer configuration Duration
UMG8900 ATM bearer configuration
2 working days
UMG8900 TDM bearer configuration
Class Size
Interworking with BSC based on different
scenarios Min 6, max 12
Interworking with MSC/PSTN based on

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1.2.13 OWA03 GSM/UMTS Typical Signaling Flow Training

Objectives Configuration related authentication and


encryption
On completion of this course, the participants will
Key parameters description in authentication
be able to:
and encryption
Describe the different types of location update
Basic call flow analysis
Describe the flow procedure of location update
Configuration related basic call
Describe the data configuration of location
Key parameters description in basic call
update
SMS flow analysis
Describe the 2G\3G security architecture
Configuration related SMS
Describe the Generating quintuple
Key parameters description in SMS
Describe the principle for key transmission
Basic Concepts
within a system and between systems
Location Update Procedures
Describe the basic call signaling flow
Table Lookup during Location Update
Describe the signaling flow messages and
Data Configuration
associated IEs
MAP Related Signaling Flows
Describe the call related routing flow
GSM Authentication
Describe the BICC call related data
UMTS Authentication
configuration
TMSI Reallocation
Describe SMS function and classification
Related Data Configuration
Describe SMMO flow and messages
Voice Services Classification
Describe SMMT flow and messages
Intra-MSC Call Flow
Describe short message notification flow
Inter-MSC Call Flow
Target Audience
Bearer Establishment and Release Flow
Core network commissioning engineers SMS Overview
Operation and maintenance engineers SMMO Flow
Optimization engineers SMMT Flow
Prerequisites Short Message Notification
Training Methods
At least one year experience of operation and
maintenance of GSM NSS/UMTS CS or other Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
telecommunication equipments
Duration
A basic knowledge of mobile communication
Content 3 working days
Class Size
Location update flow analysis
Configuration related location update Min 6, max 12

Key parameters description in location update


Authentication and encryption flow analysis

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1.2.14 OWA04 MSS Signaling Analysis Training

Objectives and soft switch principle


Content
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to: SCTP concepts introduction
Describe BSSAP protocol stack and function SCTP functions and messages
Analysis main procedures of BSSAP(Paging, SCTP basic signaling flows
Initial MS Message, Cipher Mode Control, SCTP Multi-Homing principles
Assignment, Handover, Release, DTAP M3UA Overview and Basic Concepts
Message)
M3UA Principles
Describe Iu interface protocol stack and
Applications of M3UA on the MSOFTX300
function
M3UA concepts, messages structure and flows
Describe classification of RANAP messages
Applications of M3UA on the MSOFTX3000
Analysis Iu connection Management, RAB
Iu interface protocol stack and function
assignment, SRNS Relocation, CS Domain
Classification of RANAP messages
MM, CC procedures in Iu Interfaces
Iu connection Management, RAB assignment,
Perform protocol stack and main functions of
SRNS Relocation
SIGTRAN
CS Domain MM, CC procedures in Iu
Analysis SCTP association establishment and
Interfaces
close flows
Key parameters description in RANAP
Explain UA concepts (AS, SG, IPSP, Entity,
messages
Routing key)
BSSAP protocol stack and function
Perform messages analysis of SCTP, M2UA,
Main procedure description of BSSAP(Paging,
M3UA
Initial MS Message, Cipher Mode Control,
Describe H248 Protocol stack and functions
Assignment, Handover, Release, DTAP
Perform message analysis of H248 based on
Message)
scenario
Key parameters description in BSSAP
Describe BICC protocol stack and functions
messages
Analysis key parameters of BICC
H.248 Protocol stack and functions
Analysis BICC message
Concepts introduction (Context, Termination
Target Audience and Stream) in H.248

Core network commissioning engineers Descriptors and commands defined by H.248


applied in Mobile Core Network
Operation and maintenance engineers
Message analysis of H.248 based on scenario
Optimization engineers
BICC Protocol stack and functions
Prerequisites
BICC call model (SN, CMN)
At least two years experience of operation and Bearer establishment procedure
maintenance of GSM NSS/UMTS CS or other Key parameter description of BICC
telecommunication equipments BICC message analysis
A basic knowledge of mobile communication SIP application and functions

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Concepts of SIP Duration

SIP message analysis and description 5 working days


Training Methods Class Size
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise Min 6, max 12

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1.2.15 OWG41 Number Translation Training

Objectives Prerequisites

On completion of this course, the participants will At least two years experience of operation and
be able to: maintenance of GSM NSS/UMTS CS or other
Describe number translation flow telecommunication equipments
Perform number change A basic knowledge of mobile communication
Perform failure process Content
Perform call barring
Simplified Number Analysis
Perform typical number translation based on
Number Normalization Analysis
scenarios
Call Analysis
Perform general routing configuration on
Handover Analysis
request of priority, load-sharing and time
Call Restriction Analysis
schedule
Perform routing configuration based on TDM Training Methods
and IP bearer
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Target Audience
Duration
Core network commissioning engineers
2 working days
Operation and maintenance engineers
Class Size
Optimization engineers
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.16 OWG53 GSM/UMTS SoftSwitch Core Network Design Training

Objectives Naming and Numbering


Network Solution Design
On completion of this course, the participants will
Signaling Network Design
be able to:
Traffic Network Design
Describe GSM/UMTS softswitch network
Access Network Interconnection Design
planning procedure and rules
EMS Interconnection design
Calculate broadband signaling interfaces in
Billing Interconnection design
core network
Time Synchronization Interconnection Design
Perform signaling network design
Clock Synchronization Interconnection Design
Perform traffic network design
IP Interconnection Design
Perform access network interconnection
design Bandwidth Calculation Overview

Perform service network interconnection Signaling Bandwidth Calculation Principle

design Traffic Bandwidth Calculation Principle

Perform billing system interconnection design O&M, Billing Bandwidth Calculation Principle

Perform EMS interconnection design MSRN and HON Number Quantity Calculation

Target Audience Signaling Networking Design Practice


Traffic Networking Design Practice
Core network operation and maintenance Signaling IP Interconnection Design Practice
engineers
Traffic IP Interconnection Design Practice
Core network design engineers
2G/3G Network Bandwidth Calculation Practice
Prerequisites
Training Methods
At least one year experience of core network
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
design
Duration
A basic knowledge of core network design
Content 3 working days
Class Size
Importance of Network Design
Overview of Network Design Min 6, max 12
Information Collection Introduction

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1.2.17 OWG54 GSM/UMTS SoftSwitch Core Network Evaluation and Optimization
Training

Objectives Assessment and Optimization of Signaling Link


Resource
On completion of this course, the participants will
MSOFTX3000 ATCA Platform
be able to:
MSOFTX3000 Performance Assessment
Describe procedure for evaluating resources of
System
V/G office
MSOFTX3000 Resource Capacity Counters
Perform evaluation and optimization of the
Classification and Definition
hardware resource, logical resource, signaling
MSOFTX3000 Existing Network Assessment
resource, TC/EC resource, trunk resource,
Procedure
traffic resource
Definition of Location Update Success Rate
Perform paging success rate analysis and
Analysis of Location Update Success Rate
optimization
Operation Guide to Signaling Analysis
Perform SMS success rate analysis and
Definition of Mobile Originated Call Completion
optimization
Rate
Perform assignment success rate analysis and
Analysis of Mobile Originated Call Completion
optimization
Rate
Perform handover success rate analysis and
Definition of Mobile Terminated Call
optimization
Completion Rate
Perform MO/MT call completion rate analysis
Analysis of Mobile Terminated Call Completion
and optimization
Rate
Target Audience
Definition of Paging Success Rate
Core network operation and maintenance Analysis of Paging Success Rate
engineers Evaluation on Assignment Success Rate
Optimization engineers Analysis of Assignment Failure Causes
Prerequisites Summary of Analysis Conclusions
Operation Guide to Signaling Analysis
At least two years experience of operation and
Evaluation on Handover Success Rate
maintenance of GSM NSS/UMTS CS or other
telecommunication equipments Analysis of Failure Causes

A basic knowledge of core network optimization Definition of Short Message Origination


Success Rate
Content
Analysis of Short Message Origination Success
Assessment and Optimization of Rate
MSOFTX3000 Capacity Definition of Short Message Termination
Assessment and Optimization of UMG8900 Success Rate
Capacity Analysis of Short Message Termination
Assessment and Optimization of Traffic Success Rate
Resource Analysis of Call Flow

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Signaling Flow on the A/Iu Interface Training Methods

Baseline of Call Delay in Each Phase Lectures, Hands-on Exercise


Overall Idea
Duration
Delay Analysis Before Optimization
Conclusion 3 working days

Optimization Suggestions Class Size

Min 6, max 12

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1.2.18 OWG62 MSC POOL Training

Objectives telecommunication equipments


A basic knowledge of mobile communication
On completion of this course, the participants will
Content
be able to:
Describe MSC Pool networking MSC Pool networking
Describe principles related to the MSC Pool Principles related to the MSC Pool feature
features (The load balancing of MSC Pool, The load balancing of MSC Pool
Handover in MSC Pool, Disaster tolerance in Handover in MSC Pool
MSC Pool, Subscriber migration in MSC Pool,
Disaster tolerance in MSC Pool
A-Flex by the MGW, Managing A-Interface
Subscriber migration in MSC Pool
Circuits on the MGW, Charging based on
A-Flex by the MGW
Virtual MSC IDs or Location Areas)
Managing A-Interface Circuits on the MGW
Describe MSC Pool configuration flow overview
Charging based on Virtual MSC IDs or Location
Perform MSC Pool feature configuration in
Areas
MSC Server and MGW
MSC Pool Networking and Data collection
Perform MSC Pool configuration based on
MSC Pool configuration flow overview
different scenarios(NNSF implemented by RNC,
MSC Pool feature configuration in MSC Server
NNSF implemented by MGW, Restructure
and MGW
MSC Pool based on current network)
MSC Pool configuration based on different
Monitor MSC Pool Load in real time
scenarios(NNSF implemented by RNC, NNSF
Operate performance report of the MSC Pool
implemented by MGW, Restructure MSC Pool
Perform migration of subscribers
based on current network)
Perform MSC Pool configuration
Querying MSC Pool configuration
synchronization between NE and M2000
Monitoring MSC Pool Load in Real Time
Perform end-to-end tracing of calls on the MSC
Operate Performance Report of the MSC Pool
Pool
Manual Migration of Subscribers
Understand the measurement units,
MSC Pool configuration synchronization
measurement entities, and related calculation
between NE and M2000
formulas for the MSC Pool
End-to-end tracing of calls on the MSC Pool
Understand how to analyze the operating
status of networks before and after an MSC Measurement entities for MSC Pool

Pool reconstruction Examples of MSC Pool performance


measurement
Target Audience
Configuration Guide for Setting up an MSC
Core network commissioning engineers Pool in the CN
Operation and maintenance engineers Configuration Guide for Setting up a Pool in the
Prerequisites AN
Verification Results
At least two years experience of operation and
Managing the MSC Pool on the M2000
maintenance of GSM NSS/UMTS CS or other
MSC Pool Performance Measurement

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Location update internal pool Training Methods

MO call internal pool Lectures, Hands-on Exercise


MSC within a fault, and the users location
Duration
update of the home MSC
protocol subscriber migration 5 working days

Authority be achieved between the port E to Class Size


redirect Subscriber Migration
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.19 OWG33 MSS XPTU Configuration Training (ETSI)

Objectives A basic knowledge of mobile communication


Content
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to: Describe structure of the ETSI lawful
Describe Structure of the ETSI lawful interception system
interception system Outline MSC Server function in LI system
Outline MSC Server Function in LI system Outline function of X1 , X2 interface in LI
Outline function of X1 , X2 interface in LI system
system Outline function of X3 interface in LI system
Outline function of X3 interface in LI system Describe the XPTU configuration in the MSC
Describe the XPTU Configuration in the MSC Server
Server Perform the XPTU interworking with LIG
Perform the XPTU interworking with LIG Training Methods
Target Audience
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Core network commissioning engineers Duration
Operation and maintenance engineers
1 working day
Prerequisites
Class Size
At least two years experience of operation and
Min 6, max 12
maintenance of GSM NSS/UMTS CS or other
telecommunication equipments

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1.2.20 OWG61 2G/3G Core Network Sharing Training

Objectives telecommunication equipments


A basic knowledge of mobile communication
On completion of this course, the participants will
Content
be able to:
Describe GSM security GSM Security mechanism(authentication and
mechanism(authentication and encryption) encryption)
Describe UMTS Security UMTS Security mechanism(authentication and
mechanism(authentication and encryption) encryption)
Perform GSM security mode setting GSM security mode setting
Perform UMTS security mode setting UMTS security mode setting
Describe GSM to UMTS inter-system handover GSM Authentication
operation UMTS Authentication
Describe UMTS to GSM inter-system handover TMSI Reallocation
operation Related Data Configuration
Describe Iu interface protocol stack and Handover procedure
function
Handover data configuration
Describe key parameters of RANAP
Common faults and troubleshooting
messages(
GSM to UMTS inter-system handover
Iu connection Management, RAB assignment,
UMTS to GSM inter-system handover
SRNS Relocation, CS Domain MM, CC
Training Methods
procedures in Iu Interfaces)
Target Audience Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Duration
Core network commissioning engineers
Operation and maintenance engineers 1 working day
Prerequisites Class Size

At least two years experience of operation and Min 6, max 12


maintenance of GSM NSS/UMTS CS or other

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1.2.21 OWI71 IP fundamental

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will The fundamental IP knowledge and the
be able to: application in CN
Outline the structure of IP Bear network and the The structure of IP bear Network and the main
main protocols used protocols used
Outline the IP fundamental knowledge and the Training Methods
application in CN
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Target Audience
Duration
Core network commissioning engineers
1 working day
Operation and maintenance engineers
Class Size
Prerequisites
Min 6, max 12
At least one year experience of operation and
maintenance of MsoftX3000 and UMG8900
equipments

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1.2.22 OWI72 CN internal IP Netwoking

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will VLAN principle and the application in CN
be able to: the related data configuration in CN
Describe the IP networking inside CN The internal IP networking in CN, such as
Target Audience MSoftX3000 and UMG8900
Training Methods
Core network commissioning engineers
Operation and maintenance engineers Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Prerequisites Duration

At least one year experience of operation and 0.5 working day


maintenance of MsoftX3000 and UMG8900 Class Size
equipments
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.23 OWI73 Datacom Equipments in CN

Objectives equipments
Content
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to: The hardware of datacom equipments used for
Describe the hardware of datacom equipments CN
used in CN The O&M of datacom equipments used in CN
Perform the O&M of the datacom equipments Training Methods
used in CN
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Target Audience
Duration
Core network commissioning engineers
1 working day
Operation and maintenance engineers
Prerequisites Class Size

Min 6, max 12
At least one year experience of operation and
maintenance of MsoftX3000 and UMG8900

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1.2.24 OWI74 CN IP Reliability and QOS

Objectives equipments
Content
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to: The principle and data configuration of
Describe the IP reliability solutions in CN reliability solutions, such as SCTP multihoming,
Perform the data configuration of the IP BFD, PG, Route Backup and VRRP
reliability solutions The QOS requirement to IP bear Network;
Outline the QOS requirements for IP bear The QOS technical methods in CN
network Training Methods
Apply the QOS methods in CN
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Target Audience
Duration
Core network commissioning engineers
1 working day
Operation and maintenance engineers
Class Size
Prerequisites
Min 6, max 12
At least one year experience of operation and
maintenance of MsoftX3000 and UMG8900

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1.2.25 OWI75 CN IP Troubleshooting

Objectives equipments
Content
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to: The IP troubleshooting methods, steps and
When there happens the IP related trouble, typical cases in CN
perform basic analysis of the trouble location Training Methods
and recover the service
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Target Audience
Duration
Core network commissioning engineers
1.5 working days
Operation and maintenance engineers
Prerequisites Class Size

Min 6, max 12
At least one year experience of operation and
maintenance of MsoftX3000 and UMG8900

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1.2.26 OWG38 MSOFTX3000 Troubleshooting Training

Objectives System structure of wireless IN


Mobile IN networking
On completion of this course, the participants will
Trigger principle of IN service
be able to:
Principle of Playing Tone of IN service
Perform tracer, CSIS of MSOFTX3000 to fault
Troubleshooting methods of IN fault
finding and locating
Introduction of the trunk circuit knowledge
Perform MSOFTX3000 signaling
Introduction and reason of the state of ISUP
troubleshooting
circuit
Perform MSOFTX3000 service troubleshooting
Troubleshooting methods for the fault of ISUP
and case analysis (Call fault, Data service fault,
circuit and BICC circuit
SMS fault, Location Update fault,
announcement playing) Troubleshooting methods for signaling fault
Cases analysis for MTP, SCCP and TCAP
Target Audience
layers fault
Core network commissioning engineers Cases analysis for SCTP, M2UA and M3UA
Operation and maintenance engineers layers fault
Prerequisites Location Update Flow Introduction
Location Update Failure Processing Method
At least one year experience of operation and
Location Update Cases Analysis
maintenance of Huawei MSOFTX3000
Training Methods
Content
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
General troubleshooting methods
Duration
MSOFTX3000: CSIS
UMG8900: IP Trace, Call Trace and Loopback 3 working days
Call flow Class Size
Troubleshooting methods and notes of call fault
Min 6, max 12
Cases analysis of call fault

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1.2.27 OWH36 GU UMG8900 Troubleshooting Training

Objectives fault(One-way Audio, Call Accompanied by


Echoes and Noise) of the UMG8900
On completion of this course, the participants will
Troubleshooting methods for bearer fault(IP,
be able to:
TDM and ATM) of the UMG8900
Perform tracer, loopback, voice recorder for
Troubleshooting methods for signaling fault
fault finding and troubleshooting
Cases analysis for MTP, SCCP and TCAP
Perform signaling troubleshooting
layers fault
Perform the bearer troubleshooting
Cases analysis for SCTP, M2UA and M3UA
Target Audience layers fault

Core network commissioning engineers Training Methods


Operation and maintenance engineers
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Prerequisites Duration
At least one year experience of operation and
2 working days
maintenance of Huawei UMG8900
Class Size
Content
Min 6, max 12
Troubleshooting methods for tone

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1.2.28 OWG77 AoIP Training

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Background


be able to: Networking
Outline the Modifications from AoTDM to Modification from AoTDM to AoIP
AoIP Codec selection policy
Describe the function of each network element AoIP Call Flow
on AoIP QoS Control
Describe AoIP codec selecting policy IP Domain Control
Describe the difference of signaling flow Data configuration for direct connection mode
between AoIP and AoTDM between MSC Server and BSC
Describe the principle of QoS and IP domain on Data configuration for MGW connection mode
AoIP between MSC server and BSC(M3UA forward)
Configure AoIP data on MSC Server and MGW Introduction to AoIP software parameter of
Analyze and handle faults related to core MSC Server
network AoIP asdfghj
Complete analysis and handling of common Core network AoIP troubleshooting methods
faults
Common fault handling
Target Audience Training Methods
Core network commissioning engineers
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise, E-lab
Operation and maintenance engineers
Duration
Prerequisites
2 working days
At least two years experience of operation and
Class Size
maintenance of GSM NSS/UMTS CS or other
telecommunication equipments Min 6, max 12
A basic knowledge of mobile communication

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1.2.29 OWG78 MSS Common Emergency Operation Training

Objectives Prerequisites

On completion of this course, the participants will At least two years experience of operation and
be able to: maintenance of GSM NSS/UMTS CS or other
Describe MSS emergency scenarios telecommunication equipments
Recover MSOFTX3000 O&M communication A basic knowledge of mobile communication
Handle MSOFTX3000 hardware fault Content
Handle the fault caused by misoperation of
MSS emergency scenarios
MSOFTX3000
MSOFTX3000 O&M communication fault
Perform fault prevention for heavy traffic during
MSOFTX3000 hardware fault
holidays
Fault caused by misoperation of MSOFTX3000
Clear high risky alarms of MSOFTX3000
Fault prevention for heavy traffic during
Recover MSOFTX3000 emergency in different
holidays
scenario, including C/D interface congestion,
High risky alarms of MSOFTX3000
interworking failure with SCP and OCS, CPU
overload, calls fail because of abnormal circuit MSOFTX3000 emergency in different scenario,

state and so on including C/D interface congestion,


interworking failure with SCP and OCS, CPU
Recover UMG8900 O&M communication
overload, calls fail because of abnormal circuit
Handle UMG8900 hardware fault
state and so on
Handle UMG8900 link fault
UMG8900 O&M communication fault
Handle resource usage exceeds the threshold
UMG8900 hardware fault
of UMG8900
UMG8900 link fault
Handle bearer network fault
Handle resource usage exceeds the threshold
Reset the device of UMG8900
of UMG8900
Solve the A interface, C/D interface congestion
Bearer network fault
problem
Reset the device of UMG8900
Implement the database recovery operation
Solve the A interface, C/D interface congestion
Replace WCCU board
problem
Replace the BAM by the EWS
Implement the database recovery operation
Export Content of CDR Pool
Replace WCCU board
Switch the iGWB Nodes
Replace the BAM by the EWS
Backup and recover the system configuration
Export Content of CDR Pool
manually
Switch the iGWB Nodes
Replacing OMU board
Backup and recover the system configuration
Target Audience
manually
Core network commissioning engineers Replacing OMU board
Operation and maintenance engineers Training Methods

Lectures, Hands-on Exercise

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Duration Class Size

2 working days Min 6, max 12

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1.2.30 OWG86 CSFB Training

Objectives telecommunication equipments


A basic knowledge of mobile communication
On completion of this course, the participants will
Content
be able to:
Describe the fundamental of the CSFB CSFB Fundamentals
Describe the key procedures of the CSFB CSFB Key Procedures
Describe the SGs interface and protocol SGs Interface and Protocol
Describe the network deployment of the CSFB CSFB Redundancy Solution
Describe the main service procedure of CSFB Call Delay Analysis
Describe CSFB signaling message and main CSFB Network Deployment
information element SGsAP Interface Protocol Overview
Analyze CSFB signaling message and service CSFB Main Signaling Procedure Analysis
status Networking Overview
Describe data configuration procedure of CSFB Data Configuration
Perform CSFB interworking and service System Commissioning
commissioning
Operation and Maintenance
Describe measurement units and alarms about
Configuration Example
CSFB
Training Methods
Target Audience
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Core network commissioning engineers
Duration
Operation and maintenance engineers
Prerequisites 2 working days
Class Size
At least two years experience of operation and
maintenance of GSM NSS/UMTS CS or other Min 6, max 12

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1.2.31 OWG63 eSRVCC feature

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Feature overview


be able to: Service Processing Flow
Descrbie the feature of the service
Perform the related data configuration Data configuration overview
Target Audience Interworking with MME
Interworking with CSCF
Core network commissioning engineers
Training Methods
Operation and maintenance engineers
Prerequisites Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Duration
At least one year experience of operation and
maintenance of MsoftX3000 and UMG8900 0.5 working day
equipments
Class Size

Min 6, max 12

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1.2.32 OWG64 mAGCF feature

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Feature overview


be able to: Service Processing Flow
Descrbie the feature of the service
Perform the related data configuration Data configuration overview
Target Audience mAGCF service configuration
Training Methods
Core network commissioning engineers
Operation and maintenance engineers Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Prerequisites Duration

At least one year experience of operation and 0.5 working day


maintenance of MsoftX3000 and UMG8901 Class Size
equipments
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.33 OWG66 VoLTE Solution (CS) Advanced Operation and Maintenance Training

Objectives MSOFTX3000 and UMG8900


Content
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to: Commercial LTE Voice Solutions
Describe VoLTE Solution Basic Concepts Key Technologies Involved in VoLTE
Describe eSRVCC Logical Architecture eSRVCC Logical Architecture
Describe eSRVCC Service Procedure eSRVCC Service Procedure
Describe MSOFTX3000 eSRVCC Charging eSRVCC Charging
Describe MSOFTX3000 eSRVCC Codec eSRVCC Codec Negotiation
Negotiation Reconstruction Method
Describe MSOFTX3000 eSRVCC MSS Data configuration
reconstruction methods System Commissioning
Describe MSOFTX3000 eSRVCC data Operation and Maintenance
configuration procedures
GTPv2-C Protocol Introduce
Perform MSOFTX3000 eSRVCC data
Key Messages and IEs Introduce
configuration
Case Analysis
Describe GTPv2-C Protocol stack
MGCF Logical Architecture
Describe function of key messages and IEs on
Interface and Protocol
Sv interface
Voice Service Procedure
Describe MGCF Logical Architecture
MGCF Codec Negotiation
Describe MGCF voice service procedure
MSS Data configuration
Perform MSOFTX3000 MGCF data
System Commissioning
configuration
Operation and Maintenance
Target Audience
Training Methods
Core network commissioning engineers
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Operation and maintenance engineers
Duration
Prerequisites
2 working days
At least one year experience of operation and
Class Size
maintenance of MsoftX3000 and UMG8900
equipments Min 6, max 12
Finish Operation and Maintenance Training of

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1.3 GSM-R Training Course Descriptions

1.3.1 OMH20 GTSOFTX3000 Hardware System

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Describe the MSOFTX3000 hardware
be able to: structures
Describe the MSOFTX3000 hardware Describe the MSOFTX3000 cascade structures
structures Describe the function, indicators, ports and
Describe the MSOFTX3000 cascade structures working mode of each board
Describe the function, indicators, ports and Explain the types and applications of different
working mode of each board fibers and cables
Explain the types and applications of different Training Methods
fibers and cables
Lectures
Target Audience
Duration
GSM-R core network monitor engineers
0.5 working day
Installation engineers
Class Size
Commissioning engineers
Operation and maintenance engineers Min 6, max 12
Prerequisites

A basic knowledge of telecommunication

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1.3.2 OMH22 GTSOFTX3000 Data Configuration

Objectives Protocol stack between GTSOFTX3000 and


MGW
On completion of this course, the participants will
Configuration flow
be able to:
Configuration commands and key parameters
Describe the concept of Hardware
Verification of configuration
Configuration
GTSOFTX3000 Office information
Perform hardware configuration
configuration and query
Know how to verify hardware configuration
Acknowledge relative basic concepts of MAP
Perform the connection between
and functions of C/D interface.
GTSOFTX3000 and MGW
Perform data configuration from MSOFTX3000
Perform GTSOFTX3000 Office information
to HLR
configuration
Understand the relative concepts
Perform data configuration between
Master the relationship between commands
GTSOFTX3000 to HLR
Perform data configuration for interworking with
Perform data configuration between
BSC (M2UA based)
GTSOFTX3000 and BSC (M2UA based, M3UA
Understand networking solutions between
based)
MSOFTX3000 and PSTN/MSC
Perform the data configuration from
Perform data configuration interconnect
GTSOFTX3000 to RNC based on IP and ATM
MSOFTX3000 with PSTN/MSC in different
Perform data configuration between
mode
GTSOFTX3000 and PSTN/MSC in different
Describe M3UA correlative concept
mode
Perform the M3UA data configuration between
Target Audience
MSOFTX3000 and MGW
GSM-R core network commissioning engineers, Perform the data configuration from
operation and maintenance engineers MSOFTX3000 to RNC based on IP and ATM
Prerequisites Basic concepts of number analysis
The flow of number analysis
A basic knowledge of telecommunication
Key commands and functions for number
Successful completion of "GTSOFTX3000
analysis tables
Hardware System"
Typical case for number analysis
Content
Training Methods
Understand the concept of Hardware
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Configuration
Duration
Grasp the process and method of Hardware
Configuration 6 working days
Grasp the relations of the parameters in Class Size
commands
Grasp how to check the results of hardware Min 6, max 12
configuration

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1.3.3 OMH21 GTSOFTX3000 Operation and Maintenance

Objectives Manage data, for example: backup system


data, executing MML commands
On completion of this course, the participants will
Manage logs, for example: querying logs,
be able to:
saving logs
Manage equipments, for example: checking
Manage tracing tasks, for example: creating a
board status and version
tracing task, checking tracing result, saving
Manage data, for example: backup system
result
data, executing MML commands
Perform the routine operation and maintenance
Manage logs, for example: querying logs,
tasks (daily, weekly and monthly)
saving logs
Operation of replace the hardware board
Manage tracing tasks, for example: creating a
Operation of change the cable
tracing task, checking tracing result, saving
Cautions of replacement
result
Operation of system backup
Perform the routine operation and maintenance
Operation of system recovery
Operation of replace the hardware board
Cautions of backup and recovery
Operation of change the cable
BAM function
Operation of system backup
BAM components
Operation of system recovery
Start and stop the process of BAM
Manage alarms (browsing alarms, querying
Key information and its directory of BAM
alarms, printing alarms, dump alarm logs)
Browsing Alarms
Create performance tasks
Querying Alarms
Checking status of performance tasks
Printing Alarms
Customized performance tasks
Dump Alarm logs
Dump the measurement result
Alarm Box Operation
Start and stop the process of BAM
Creating performance tasks
Point out key information and its directory of
Checking status of performance tasks
BAM
Customized performance tasks
Target Audience
Suspending performance tasks
GSM-R core network monitor engineers Delete performance tasks
Operation and maintenance engineers Dumping the measurement result
Prerequisites Training Methods

A basic knowledge of telecommunication Lectures, Hands-on Exercise


Successful completion of "GTSOFTX3000 Duration
Hardware System"
3.5 working days
Content
Class Size
Manage equipments, for example: checking
board status and version Min 6, max 12

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1.3.4 OMH30 GSM-R UMG8900 Hardware System

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will UMG8900 hardware structure


be able to: UMG8900 logical architecture
Describe UMG8900 hardware structure UMG8900 software architecture
Describe UMG8900 logical architecture UMG8900 Cascading System
Describe UMG8900 software architecture Main boards' functions of UMG8900
Describe UMG8900 Cascading System Internal message flow
Describe main boards' functions of UMG8900 Training Methods
Describe Internal message flow of UMG8900
Lectures
Target Audience
Duration
GSM-R core network monitor engineers
1 working day
Installation engineers
Class Size
Commissioning engineers
Operation and maintenance engineers Min 6, max 12
Prerequisites

A basic knowledge of telecommunication

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1.3.5 OMH31 GSM-R UMG8900 Operation and Maintenance

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Function of SIWF


be able to: Configuration of SIWF
Describe function of SIWF Operation and maintenance of SIWF
Configure SIWF SIWF application in GSM-R
Perform operation and maintenance of SIWF Query equipment status
Query equipment status Query resource information
Query resource information Perform backup
Perform backup and recovery of UMG8900 Query the service status
Query the service status Browse alarm information
Browse alarm information Browse the performance task
Browse the performance task System backup preparation
Target Audience System backup operation
System recovery operation
GSM-R core network monitor engineers
Training Methods
Operation and maintenance engineers
Prerequisites Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Duration
A basic knowledge of telecommunication
Successful completion of "GSM-R UMG8900 2working days
Hardware System" Class Size

Min 6, max 12

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1.3.6 OMH32 GSM-R UMG8900 Data Configuration

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Configuring System Parameters


be able to: Configuring System Time
Configure System Parameters Configuring Frames and Boards
Configure System Time Configuring the Clock
Configure Frames and Boards Configuring the NMS Interface
Configure the Clock Configuring the MGW Control Interface and
Configure the NMS Interface SIGTRAN Interface
Configure the MGW Control Interface and ATM bearer configuration
SIGTRAN Interface IP bearer configuration
Configure ATM bearer, IP bearer, TDM bearer TDM bearer configuration
Configure signaling transfer Signaling Transfer configuration
Configure MGW data Configuring MGW data
Configure the link Configuring the Link
Perform interworking with MGW based on Activating the VMGW
different networking Interworking with BSC based on different
Perform interworking with BSC based on scenarios
different scenarios Interworking with MSC/PSTN based on
Perform interworking with MSC/PSTN based different networking
on different networking Interworking with MGW based on different
Target Audience networking
Training Methods
GSM-R core network commissioning engineers,
operation and maintenance engineers Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Prerequisites Duration

A basic knowledge of telecommunication 2 working days


Successful completion of "GSM-R UMG8900 Class Size
Hardware System"
Min 6, max 12

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1.3.7 OMH01 GSM-R Overview

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Describe the fundamental of GSM-R.
be able to: Describe the architecture of GSM-R system.
Describe the fundamental of GSM-R Describe the service and function of GSM-R
Describe the architecture of GSM-R system system.
Describe the service and function of GSM-R Training Methods
system
Lectures
Target Audience
Duration
GSM-R core network telecommunication
0.5 working day
engineers
Prerequisites Class Size

Min 6, max 12
A basic knowledge of railway
telecommunication system

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1.3.8 OMH40 GSM-R Feature Training

Objectives case analysis


VBS Service Configuration, principle, service
On completion of this course, the participants will
flow, service verification, troubleshooting and
be able to:
case analysis
Configure and verify eMLPP service
VGCS Service Configuration, principle, service
Configure and verify USS1 service
flow, service verification, troubleshooting and
Configure and verify VBS service case analysis
Configure and verify VGCS service Multiple-Engine Service Configuration,
Configure and verify Multiple-Engine service principle, service flow, service verification,
Configure and verify functional addressing troubleshooting and case analysis
Configure and verify call area restriction Functional Addressing Service Configuration,
Configure and verify location dependent principle, service flow, service verification,
addressing service troubleshooting and case analysis
Configure and verify SMC integration service Call Area Restriction Service Configuration,
Configure and verify access matrix service principle, service flow, service verification,
Configure and verify break-in and force release troubleshooting and case analysis
service Location Dependent Addressing Service
Configure and verify missed call SMS prompt Configuration, principle, service flow, service
service verification, troubleshooting and case analysis
Configure and verify priority cell service SMC Integration Service Configuration,
Perform AC (Acknowledgement Center) server principle, service flow, service verification,
software installation and uninstallation troubleshooting and case analysis

Configure AC in BAM Access Matrix Service Configuration, principle,

Operate GMS(Group Management Server) service flow, service verification,

installation troubleshooting and case analysis

Target Audience Break-in and Force release Service


Configuration, principle, service flow, service
GSM-R core network commissioning engineers verification, troubleshooting and case analysis
Operation and maintenance engineers Missed call SMS prompt Service Configuration,
Prerequisites principle, service flow, service verification,
troubleshooting and case analysis
A basic knowledge of railway
Priority Cell Configuration, principle, service
telecommunication system
flow, service verification, troubleshooting and
Content case analysis

eMLPP Service Configuration, principle, Functions of AC(Acknowledge Center)

service flow, service verification, AC software installation and uninstallation


troubleshooting and case analysis Configuring AC in BAM
USS1 Service Configuration, principle, service AC operation
flow, service verification, troubleshooting and GMS(Group Management Server) networking

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and functions Duration

GMS installation 4.5 working days


Training Methods Class Size
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise Min 6, max 12

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1.4 UGC Training Course Descriptions

1.4.1 OZC10 OMS2600 (UGC) Operation and Maintenance

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Introduce the hardware structure, the power
be able to: system and the board functions of ATCA
Introduce the hardware structure, the power platform, as well as the monitor system
system and the board functions of ATCA Product Orientation of OMS2600
platform, as well as the monitor system Interfaces
Describe function and features of OMS2600 Function and Features
Perform OMS2600 hardware System Structure
operation(replacing boards, checking running OMS2600 Operation
status) OSTA Hardware O&M
Perform software O&M(checking process Software O&M
status and so on)
NE O&M
Target Audience Training Methods
Convergency Gateway Office monitor engineers
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Commissioning engineers
Duration
Operation and maintenance engineers
Prerequisites 1 working day
Class Size
A basic knowledge of telecommunication
Min 6, max 12

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1.4.2 OZE08 UGC3200(CGO) Operation and Maintenance

Objectives Introduce the function, location and working


flow of UGC3200
On completion of this course, the participants will
Basic Concept and Basic call flow
be able to:
Procedure and Configuration
Introduce the UGC3200 hardware structure
Number Analysis Configuration Example
Introduce the function, location and working
Introduce the local office data and the data
flow of UGC3200
configuration related to H.248 and SIP
Perform number analysis configuration
Introduce the interworking data with
Perform the local office data and the data
MGW,PSTN, GSM, CDMA, etc
configuration related to H248 and SIP
Operator Guide
Perform the interworking data with MGW,
Administrator Guide
PSTN, GSM, CDMA, etc.
Device and Service status Check
Perform device and service status check
iGWB function introduction
Perform iGWB operation and maintenance
iGWB data configuration
Target Audience
iGWB operation and maintenance
Convergency Gateway Office monitor engineers Training Methods
Commissioning engineers
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Operation and maintenance engineers
Duration
Prerequisites
4 working days
A basic knowledge of telecommunication
Class Size
Content
Min 6, max 12
Introduce the UGC3200 hardware structure

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1.4.3 OZE04 UMG8900(CGO) Operation and Maintenance

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Introduce the system functions of UMG8900
be able to: Introduce the UMG8900 hardware structure
Introduce the system functions of UMG8900 Introduce the function, indicators, ports and
Introduce the UMG8900 hardware structure working mode of each board
Introduce the function, indicators, ports and UMG8900 Mc (H248) Interface Configuration
working mode of each board UMG8900 Interworking with MSC-PSTN-MGW
Perform UMG8900 Mn(H248) interface Data Configuration
configuration OMU Principle
Perform UMG8900 interworking with GUI Operation Introduction
MSC-PSTN-MGW data configuration Routine Maintenance
Operate GUI Training Methods
Perform routine maintenance
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Target Audience
Duration
Convergency Gateway Office monitor engineers
2 working days
Commissioning engineers
Operation and maintenance engineers Class Size

Prerequisites Min 6, max 12

A basic knowledge of telecommunication

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1.4.4 OZO05 iManager NMS (CGO) Operation and Maintenance

Objectives SNMP Protocol introduction


Northband interface
On completion of this course, the participants will
System Login
be able to:
User Right Management
Describe the NMS structure
Topology Management
Perform system login
Fault Management
Operate user right management
Performance Management
Operate topology management
System Monitor
Operate fault management
Database Backup
Operate performance management
Training Methods
Perform system monitor
Backup database Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Target Audience Duration

Convergency Gateway Office monitor engineers 1 working day


Operation and maintenance engineers Class Size
Prerequisites
Min 6, max 12
A basic knowledge of telecommunication
Content

Product netwotk structure, main features and


Typical Configuration in IMS

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1.5 SmartCare Training Course Descriptions

1.5.1 OSE01 SEQ Analyst and Probe Administrator Training

Objectives Function of different hardware parts


Cable Connection
On completion of this course, the participants will
IP Address and VLAN Configuration
be able to:
Time Synchronization Design
Describe position, feature, function, interface
Transmission Requirements
protocol and structure of SEQ Analyst
Probe Networking Principle
Describe hardware structure and function of
Probe Access Modes
different parts of SEQ Analyst
Probe Network Design Guide
Describe software structure and function of
different software sub-system of SEQ Analyst Probe Networking Principle

Configure server, module group, local service Probe Access Modes

IP and service data of SEQ Analyst Probe Network Design Guide

Monitor network General Configuration Procedure

Analysis KPIs Security Configuration

Handle equipment fault Data Collection System Interworking

Describe network design principles Configuration

Describe IP address and VLAN configuration Database Synchronization Configuration

principles CS Network Configuration

Design time synchronization PS Network Configuration

Describe transmission and security O&M Configuration


requirements Service Data Configuration
Describe configuration principles Commissioning

Target Audience General Configuration Process


Basic Function Configuration
Core network monitoring engineers
Interconnection Configuration
Prerequisites Configuring CS NEs

At least one year experience of operation and Carrier Network Configuration

maintenance of CS and PS equipments Commissioning

Content Configuring Data for Interworking with the SEQ


Analyst
Product Description Configuring Devices
Application Scenarios Configuring Interface Record Reporting
Product Architecture Maintenance system structure
Interfaces and Protocols Hardware management
Technical Specifications Installation management
Hardware structure Software management

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Alarm management Training Methods

Log management Lectures, Hands-on Exercise


Service troubleshooting
Duration
Query basic data
Query NEs to be monitored 2 working days

Query service data Class Size


Data Verification
Min 6, max 12
One-Click Information Collection
Routine Maintenance

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1.5.2 OSE02 SmartCare Voice Service Quality Improvement Training

Objectives telecommunication equipments


A basic knowledge of mobile communication
On completion of this course, the participants will
Content
be able to:
Describe voice signaling flow Voice E2E signaling flow
Describe voice service modeling method Voice service modeling method
Describe voice KQI system Voice KQI system
Describe relationship between the voice KQI Relationship between the voice KQI and each
and each PI PI
Describe SMS signaling flow SMS E2E signaling flow
Describe SMS service modeling method SMS service modeling method
Describe SMS KQI system SMS KQI system
Describe relationship between the SMS KQI relationship between the SMS KQI and each PI
and each PI Real-Time Monitoring
Perform CS network real-time monitor CS Network Quality Analysis
Perform Location Update, Call Service, SMS, CS Network Thematic Analysis
Call Forwarding, Handover, Paging, and MAP Record Query
Operation Analysis
SQM Function Overview
Perform Pingpong Handover, Short/Repeated
Voice Service Quality Monitoring
Call,2G/3G Interoperability, Paging Blackhole,
Voice Service Quality Analysis
Call Loss, General Delay, Service Analysis by
CEM Overview
Region and Number Normality Analysis
VVIP/VIP Group Monitoring
Describe SmartCare SQM function
Customer/Customer Group Analysis
Perform voice quality monitoring
VAP Analysis
Perform voice service quality analysis
VAC Analysis
Describe SmartCare CEM function
Device Analysis
Perform VVIP/VIP group monitoring
Roaming Analysis
Perform Customer/Customer group analysis
Compliant Handling
Perform VAP/VAC/Device analysis
KPI Analysis(Location Update, Call Service
Describe voice KQI analysis flow
Handover, Paging etc)
Detect voice KQI problems
KQI Analysis(Perceived Call Success Rate,
Assess and demarcate voice KQI problems
Call Connection Delay, Call drop)
Target Audience Voice KQI System Introduction

Core network commissioning engineers Voice KQI Assessment Method

Operation and maintenance engineers Voice KQI Optimization Method

Prerequisites Case Analysis


Training Methods
At least two years experience of operation and
maintenance of GSM NSS/UMTS CS or other Lectures, Hands-on Exercise

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Duration Class Size

2 working days Min 6, max 12

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1.5.3 OSE03 SmartCare IMS Service Quality Improvement Training

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will IMS network performance analysis
be able to: IMS KPIs real-time Monitoring
Perform IMS network performance analysis IMS xDR query
Perform IMS KPIs real-time Monitoring IMS service quality analysis
Perform IMS service quality analysis Training Methods
Target Audience
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Core network commissioning engineers Duration
Operation and maintenance engineers
2 working days
Prerequisites
Class Size
At least two years experience of operation and
Min 6, max 12
maintenance of IMS or other
telecommunication equipments
A basic knowledge of mobile communication

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1.6 WBT Training Course Descriptions

1.6.1 OWG79 MSS Signaling Analysis(WBT)

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Introduction of BICC


be able to: BICC Node Model
Describe BICC protocol stack and functions BICC Protocol Model
Describe the Bearer Independent Call Control Features of BICC Protocol
model BICC Message Structure
Describe BICC message structure Main BICC Messages
Describe the similarities and differences BICC Specific Information Elements
between BICC and ISUP, and the main Call Setup Procedure
difference between BICC CS1 and CS2
Codec Negotiation Procedure
Describe basic BICC call procedures
Call Release Procedure
Describe the functions of SIGTRAN
SIGTRAN Overview
Describe SIGTRAN protocol structure,
SCTP Introduction
message and signaling flow
SCTP Terms
Describe SCTP functions
SCTP Functions
Describe the signaling message and
SCTP Message Format
procedures of SCTP
SCTP Signaling Procedures
Describe the functions of SIGTRAN UA layers
Introduction of UA Layers
Describe the procedures and implementation of
UA Common Terminologies
M2UA
M2UA Function and Protocol Stack
Describe the procedures and implementation of
Terminologies of M2UA
M3UA
M2UASignaling Flow
Describe H248 protocol function
M3UA Function and Protocol Stack
Describe H248 message structure
Terminologies of M3UA
Describe the function of H248 commands
M3UA and MTP3 Mapping of Messages
Describe H248 signaling procedure
M3UA Signaling Flow
Target Audience
H.248 Protocol Structure and Function
Core network commissioning engineers Connection model
Operation and maintenance engineers Descriptors and Packages
Prerequisites H.248 Message Structure
H.248 Commands
At least two years experience of operation and
Signaling Procedure
maintenance of GSM NSS/UMTS CS or other
telecommunication equipments
Training Methods

A basic knowledge of mobile communication Multi-media


and soft switch principle

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Duration Class Size

2.5 hours No limit

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1.6.2 OWG80 GSM and UMTS Softswitch Core Network Principle(WBT)

Objectives Prerequisites

On completion of this course, the participants will All Technical and non-Technical Personnel
be able to: Content
Write down the Softswitch core network
Softswitch Core Network Structure
structure
Softswitch Interface and Protocol
Describe the Softswitch core network technical
features Call Flow in Softswitch Core Network

Describe interfaces and protocol in softswitch Features in Softswitch

Write down the call flow in Softswitch core Training Methods


network
Multi-media
Target Audience
Duration
Core network commissioning engineers
0.5 hour
Operation and maintenance engineers
Class Size

No limit

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1.6.3 OWG81 MSC POOL Principle(WBT)

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will MSC Pool networking


be able to: Principles related to the MSC Pool feature
Describe MSC Pool networking The load balancing of MSC Pool
Describe principles related to the MSC Pool Handover in MSC Pool
features (The load balancing of MSC Pool, Disaster tolerance in MSC Pool
Handover in MSC Pool, Disaster tolerance in Subscriber migration in MSC Pool
MSC Pool, Subscriber migration in MSC Pool,
A-Flex by the MGW
A-Flex by the MGW, Managing A-Interface
Managing A-Interface Circuits on the MGW
Circuits on the MGW, Charging based on
Charging based on Virtual MSC IDs or Location
Virtual MSC IDs or Location Areas)
Areas
Target Audience
Training Methods
Core network commissioning engineers
Multi-media
Operation and maintenance engineers
Duration
Prerequisites
1 hour
At least two years experience of operation and
Class Size
maintenance of GSM NSS/UMTS CS or other
telecommunication equipments No limit
A basic knowledge of mobile

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1.6.4 OWG82 UMG8900 System Overview(WBT)

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will UMG8900 Product Orientation


be able to: Product Feature
Describe UMG8900 product orientation System Architecture
Describe product feature Service and Networking Applications
Describe system architecture Technical Specification
Describe service and networking applications Training Methods
Target Audience
Multi-media
Core network commissioning engineers Duration
Operation and maintenance engineers
1 hour
Prerequisites
Class Size
A basic knowledge of mobile communication
No limit

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1.6.5 OWG83 MSOFTX3000(ATCA) System and Principle(WBT)

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will MSOFTX3000 Orientation and Networking
be able to: MSOFTX3000 Protocol Interfaces
Describe the orientation of MSOFTX3000 in Supporting Services and Features
the network MSOFTX3000 System Architecture
Describe MSOFTX3000 system structure MSOFTX3000 Service Processing Subsystem
Describe the networking and application of MSOFTX3000 Maintenance Management
MSOFTX3000 Subsystem
Describe the interfaces and protocols MSOFTX3000 Environment Monitoring
Describe MSOFTX3000 physical structure Subsystem
Describe MSOFTX3000 logical system MSOFTX3000 Alarm Management System
architecture Training Methods
Describe Signaling internal processing flows
Multi-media
Target Audience
Duration
Core network commissioning engineers
2 hours
Operation and maintenance engineers
Prerequisites Class Size

No limit
A basic knowledge of mobile communication

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1.6.6 OWG84 GU CS Core Network Design Overview(WBT)

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Importance of network design


be able to: Overview of network design
Describe the importance of network design Training Methods
Describe the main contents of network design
Multi-media
Target Audience
Duration
Core network operation and maintenance
0.5 hour
engineers
Core network design engineers Class Size

Prerequisites No limit

At least one year experience of core network


design

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1.6.7 OWG85 AoIP Networking and Principle(WBT)

Objectives design
Content
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to: The Modifications of networking from AoTDM
Outline the Modifications from AoTDM to AoIP to AoIP
Describe the function of each network element The function of each network element on AoIP
on AoIP AoIP codec selecting policy
Describe AoIP codec selecting policy The signaling flows difference between AoIP
Describe the signaling flow difference between and AoTDM
AoIP and AoTDM The principle of QoS and IP domain on AoIP
Describe the principle of QoS and IP domain on Training Methods
AoIP
Multi-media
Target Audience
Duration
Core network operation and maintenance
engineers 0.5 hour

Core network design engineers Class Size


Prerequisites No limit

At least one year experience of core network

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1.6.8 OWG88 CSFB Solution Introdcution(WBT)

Objectives Prerequisites

On completion of this course, the participants will At least one year experience of operation and
be able to: maintenance of MsoftX3000 and UMG8903
Describe the fundamental of the CSFB equipments
Describe the key procedures of the CSFB Content
Describe the SGs interface and protocol
CSFB Fundamentals
Describe the network deployment of the CSFB
CSFB Key Procedures
Describe the main service procedure of CSFB
SGs Interface and Protocol
Describe CSFB signaling message and main
CSFB Redundancy Solution
information element
Call Delay Analysis
Analyze CSFB signaling message and service
CSFB Network Deployment
status
Training Methods
Describe data configuration procedure of CSFB
Perform CSFB interworking and service Multi-media
commissioning
Duration
Describe measurement units and alarms about
CSFB 1 working day

Target Audience Class Size

Core network commissioning engineers Min 0, max 0

Operation and maintenance engineers

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1.7 M-Learning Training Course Descriptions

1.7.1 OSE12 CSFB

Objectives CSFB Location Update Flow


CSFB SMS MO Signaling Flow
On completion of this course, the participants will
CSFB SMS MT Signaling Flow
be able to:
CSFB Mobile Originated Call Signaling Flow
Describe principle of CSFB
CSFB Mobile Terminated Call Signaling Flow
Target Audience
CSFB Call Delay Analysis
Core network monitoring engineers CSFB MTRR and MTRF Signaling Flow
Prerequisites Training Methods

At least one year experience of operation and M-Learning


maintenance of CS and PS equipments Duration
Content
1 hour
Introduce the hardware structure, the power Class Size
system and the board functions of ATCA
platform, as well as the monitor system No limit

CSFB Networking

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