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Customer Training Catalog Course Descriptions

Customer Training Catalog


Course Descriptions
CN OSS

HUAWEI Learning Service


2015

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Customer Training Catalog Course Descriptions

CONTENTS
1.1 Training Course Descriptions ..................................................................................................................... 3
1.2 iManager M2000 Training Course Descriptions ......................................................................................... 5
1.2.1 ONW11 iManager M2000 System Overview ...................................................................................... 5
1.2.2 ONW22 iManager M2000 Client Management .................................................................................. 6
1.2.3 ONW13 iManager M2000 System Solution and Networking .............................................................. 8
1.2.4 ONW30 iManager M2000 Operation System and Database Management (SUN) ............................. 9
1.2.5 ONW23 iManager M2000 Server Operation and Maintenance (SUN) ............................................. 10
1.2.6 ONW25 iManager M2000 Server Operation and Maintenance (SUN HA) ....................................... 11
1.2.7 ONW25 iManager M2000 Server Operation and Maintenance ........................................................ 12
1.2.8 ONW27 iManager M2000 Administrator Operation .......................................................................... 13
1.2.9 ONW17 iManager M2000V2 System Overview - ATAE Cluster ....................................................... 14
1.2.10 ONW36 iManager M2000 Operation System and Database Management (ATAE Cluster) ............. 15
1.2.11 ONW29 iManager M2000V2 ATAE Cluster Server Operation and Maintenance ............................. 16
1.3 PRS Training Course Descriptions ........................................................................................................... 18
1.3.1 ONW15 Performance Report System Overview .............................................................................. 18
1.3.2 ONW35 Performance Report System Operation ............................................................................. 19
1.4 iManager U2000 Training Course Descriptions ........................................................................................ 20
1.4.1 ONW31 iManager U2000 System Overview .................................................................................... 20
1.4.2 ONW32 iManager U2000 Client Management ................................................................................. 21
1.4.3 ONW33 iManager U2000 System Solution and Networking ............................................................ 23
1.4.4 ONW37 iManager U2000 Administrator Operation .......................................................................... 24
1.4.5 ONW38 iManager U2000V2 System Overview - ATAE Cluster ....................................................... 25
1.4.6 ONW40 iManager U2000V2 ATAE Cluster Server Operation and Maintenance .............................. 26

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1.1 Training Course Descriptions

CN OSS Training Courses are designed as follows:

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

iManager M2000 Training Courses

ONW11 iManager M2000 System Overview 0.5 6 ~ 12

ONW22 iManager M2000 Client Management 1.5 6 ~ 12

ONW13 iManager M2000 System Solution and Networking 0.5 6 ~ 12

iManager M2000 Operation System and Database


ONW30 1 6 ~ 12
Management (SUN)

iManager M2000 Server Operation and Maintenance


ONW25 1 6 ~ 12
(SUN HA)

ONW27 iManager M2000 Administrator Operation 2.5 6 ~ 12

ONW17 iManager M2000V2 System Overview - ATAE Cluster 0.5 6 ~ 12

iManager M2000 Operation System and Database


ONW36 1 6 ~ 12
Management (ATAE Cluster)

iManager M2000V2 ATAE Cluster Server Operation and


ONW29 1.5 6 ~ 12
Maintenance

PRS Training Courses

ONW15 Performance Report System Overview 0.5 6 ~ 12

ONW35 Performance Report System Operation 1.5 6 ~ 12

iManager U2000 Training Courses

ONW31 iManager U2000 System Overview 0.5 6 ~ 12

ONW32 iManager U2000 Client Management 1.5 6 ~ 12

ONW33 iManager U2000 System Solution and Networking 0.5 6 ~ 12

ONW37 iManager U2000 Administrator Operation 4.5 6 ~ 12

ONW38 iManager U2000V2 System Overview - ATAE Cluster 0.5 6 ~ 12

iManager U2000V2 ATAE Cluster Server Operation and


ONW40 1.5 6 ~ 12
Maintenance

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1.2 iManager M2000 Training Course Descriptions

1.2.1 ONW11 iManager M2000 System Overview

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Introduction to M2000


be able to: System Structure
Know the system structure of M2000 system Main Functions
State the functions of M2000 system System Typical Configuration
Conduct basic operations on M2000 client Training Methods
Target Audience
Lectures
Network monitor Duration
Prerequisites
0.5 working day
Being familiar with MS Windows Operation Class Size
System
Min 6, max 12
A basic knowledge of mobile communications

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1.2.2 ONW22 iManager M2000 Client Management

Objectives Querying Performance Measurement Results


Missing Result Diagnosis Tool
On completion of this course, the participants will
Other Functions
be able to:
Related Concepts of Configuration
Construct and manage the topology structure
Management
of the entire network
Configuration Management
Learn and monitor the running status of the
MML Commands
entire network by browsing the topology view
Set topology background as world.gif
Describe Fault Management Basic Concept
Exporting Data to File
Outline Handling Alarm Procedure
Create physical NE
Complete Handling Alarm tasks
Manage topology view
Describe the role of performance management
Delete physical NE
in the M2000
Delete subnet
Perform performance management operations
Monitor and query alarms
Describe M2000 configuration management
module function Perform M2000 alarm statistic and export
statistic result
Complete daily maintenance tasks through MIT
and LMT Set M2000alarm notification
Set M2000 alarm auto acknowledge
Target Audience
Set the Correlation Analysis of Two Alarms
M2000 system manager Set M2000 current alarm lifecycle
Prerequisites Perform M2000alarm manual dump
Set one custom counter management
Being familiar with MS Windows Operation
System Query performance measurement result

A basic knowledge of mobile communications Set performance monitoring and alarm


Create and use performance management
Content
template to perform MSS Outgoing Times CPU
Basic Concept of Topology Management Usage result querying
Creating a Physical Subnet Full performance procedure
Creating a Physical NE Query NEs configuration information through
Monitoring an NE MIT
Adjusting the Network Topology Perform NE configuration operation
Fault Management Basic Concept Query related report
Fault Management Routine Operation Startup configuration management
Basic Concept of Performance Management Training Methods
Preferences Settings
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Database Capacity Parameters
Duration
Measurement Management
Custom Counter Management 1.5 working days

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Class Size Min 6, max 12

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1.2.3 ONW13 iManager M2000 System Solution and Networking

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Introduction to M2000


be able to: M2000 Network Solution
Understand the related concept about M2000 M2000 Software Architecture
Master the M2000 system architecture M2000 Hardware Components
Understand the M2000 system networking M2000 System Networking
Target Audience Training Methods

Network monitor Lectures


Prerequisites Duration

Being familiar with MS Windows Operation 0.5 working day


System Class Size
A basic knowledge of mobile communications
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.4 ONW30 iManager M2000 Operation System and Database Management (SUN)

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Features of UNIX


be able to: Basic Operation of UNIX
Outline the features of UNIX File System Management
Perform basic operation of UNIX User Management
Perform the user management Resource Management
Describe the concept of file system Network Management
List useful commands for file management Restart and Shutdown the UNIX
Perform the basic UNIX system administration Sybase Database Introduction
Outline the main features and basic concepts Sybase Basic Concepts
of Sybase Practical Program
Start, shutdown, backup and restore Sybase SQL Server Start and Shut down
database T-SQL Language
Describe basic SQL language Sybase Backup and Recovery
Describe the logical, hardware, and software
Training Methods
structure of the local HA solution of the M2000
List the components of the M2000 Lectures, Hands-on Exercise

List the types of M2000 users Duration


Target Audience
1 working day

M2000 Server maintenance engineer Class Size


Prerequisites
Min 6, max 12

Master Solaris basic operations


Master Sybase database basic operations

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1.2.5 ONW23 iManager M2000 Server Operation and Maintenance (SUN)

Objectives Master Sybase database basic operations


Content
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to: M2000 SUN single server system overview
Describe M2000 SUN Single Server network M2000 system power on and power off
system structure, logical, hardware, software M2000 system users management
structure M2000 daily/monthly/yearly maintenance
List M2000 server file system composing operations
List M2000 system user type Training Methods
Perform powering on/powering off the M2000,
monitoring system status, M2000 database Lectures, Hands-on Exercise

management, system backup and restore Duration


Perform M2000 routine maintenance tasks
0 working day
Target Audience
Class Size
M2000 Server maintenance engineer
Min 6, max 12
Prerequisites

Master Solaris basic operations

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1.2.6 ONW25 iManager M2000 Server Operation and Maintenance (SUN HA)

Objectives Query the directory for storing backup files of


dynamic data and write down the files
On completion of this course, the participants will
Start the M4000 or M5000 Servers (Optional,
be able to:
according to the existing equipment and
Describe M2000 SUN HA network system
condition to fulfill this task)
structure, logical, hardware, software structure
Shut down the M4000 or M5000 Servers
List M2000 server file system composing
(Optional, according to the existing equipment
List M2000 system user type and condition to fulfill this task)
Perform powering on/powering off the M2000, Switch the user between user root and user
managing cluster resources, monitoring system dbuser
status, M2000 database management, system
Query the configured resources and write down
backup and restore
the resources
Perform M2000 routine maintenance tasks
Check the connection between the M2000 and
Target Audience NEs and write down the connection status of
NEs
M2000 Server maintenance engineer
Check Solaris error logs and write down the
Prerequisites
error logs
Master Solaris basic operations Check the disk usage of the M2000 server
Master Sybase database basic operations Set the system backup period as every day 1
Content time
Check the disk status of the M2000
M2000 SUN HA system overview
Check and set the timeout for stopping the
M2000 system power on and power off
M2000 application resources
M2000 system users management
Check and write down the version information
M2000 cluster resources management on the Sun cluster
M2000 daily/monthly/yearly maintenance
Training Methods
operations
Query the directory for storing third-party Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
software and write down the third-party Duration
software
1 working day
Query the directory for storing mediation files
Class Size
and write down the mediation files
Query the directory for storing the output files Min 6, max 12
such as system logs and write down the
system log file names

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1.2.7 ONW25 iManager M2000 Server Operation and Maintenance

Objectives Query the directory for storing backup files of


dynamic data and write down the files
On completion of this course, the participants will
Start the M4000 or M5000 Servers (Optional,
be able to:
according to the existing equipment and
Describe M2000 SUN network system
condition to fulfill this task)
structure, logical, hardware, software structure
Shut down the M4000 or M5000 Servers
List M2000 server file system composing
(Optional, according to the existing equipment
List M2000 system user type and condition to fulfill this task)
Perform powering on/powering off the M2000, Switch the user between user root and user
managing cluster resources, monitoring system dbuser
status, M2000 database management, system
Query the configured resources and write down
backup and restore
the resources
Perform M2000 routine maintenance tasks
Check the connection between the M2000 and
Target Audience NEs and write down the connection status of
NEs
M2000 Server maintenance engineer
Check Solaris error logs and write down the
Prerequisites
error logs
Master Solaris basic operations Check the disk usage of the M2000 server
Master Sybase database basic operations Set the system backup period as every day 1
Content time
Check the disk status of the M2000
M2000 SUN HA system overview
Check and set the timeout for stopping the
M2000 system power on and power off
M2000 application resources
M2000 system users management
Check and write down the version information
M2000 cluster resources management on the Sun cluster
M2000 daily/monthly/yearly maintenance
Training Methods
operations
Query the directory for storing third-party Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
software and write down the third-party Duration
software
1 working day
Query the directory for storing mediation files
Class Size
and write down the mediation files
Query the directory for storing the output files Min 6, max 12
such as system logs and write down the
system log file names

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1.2.8 ONW27 iManager M2000 Administrator Operation

Objectives Customize MML Authority


Monitor OM Users
On completion of this course, the participants will
Basic Knowledge of log Management
be able to:
Log Operation from Client
Explain the meaning of O
Log Operation from Server
M user, NE user, mode 1, mode 2 NE
M2000 software updating and mediation
Manage OM user and NE user
installation overview
Set security policy parameters
M2000 software updating and mediation
Monitor the user status
installation operations and commissioning
Master the concept related to log management
M2000 system backup and restoring overview
Master how to perform the log management
M2000 system backup and restoring tools
from client and server
introduction
Perform Software Upgrading Procedure
M2000 system backup and restoring
Perform Mediation Software Installation
operations
Procedure
Dangerous Operations in M2000 system
Outline the M2000 backup and restore data
M2000 Trouble Shooting
type
Operation System and Database Trouble
Describe the solutions of M2000 data backup
Shooting
and restore
ShootingM2000 security management basic
Describe the topology, procedure of M2000
concepts
data backup and restore solutions
M2000 system security management and
Complete backing up the M2000 data
maintenance
operations
M2000 system backup and restoring overview
Complete restoring the M2000 data operations
M2000 system backup and restoring tools
Perform M2000 troubleshooting
introduction
Target Audience
M2000 system backup and restoring

M2000 Server maintenance engineer operations


M2000 system normal fault analysis and
Prerequisites
processing procedure
Being familiar with MS Windows Operation M2000 troubleshooting case analysis
System
Training Methods
A basic knowledge of mobile communications
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise, Demo, case
Content
analysis and discussion
Security Management Overview Duration
Set M2000 system security parameter
2.5 working days
Create OM Users
Manage OM User Class Size

Manage NE Users Min 6, max 12

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1.2.9 ONW17 iManager M2000V2 System Overview - ATAE Cluster

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Describe the overall hardware architecture and
be able to: function of ATAE Cluster
Describe the basic concepts and principles of Master the overall software architecture and
ATAE cluster principle of ATAE Cluster
Describe the ATAE hardware structure and its Describe the networking, storage and cluster
function scheme of ATAE Cluster
Map between principles and the corresponds Training Methods
hardware module
Lectures
Master the networking and typical application
scenario of ATAE Cluster scheme Duration

Target Audience 0.5 working day

Personnel who require a general knowledge of Class Size


iManager M2000V2 ATAE Cluster system
Min 6, max 12
Prerequisites

Having basic knowledge in telecommunication

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1.2.10 ONW36 iManager M2000 Operation System and Database Management (ATAE
Cluster)

Objectives Oracle SQL Language Introduction


Oracle SQL DML Operation
On completion of this course, the participants will
Oracle SQL*Plus Introduction
be able to:
M2000 Database Introduction
Describe Oracle storage and SQL language
M2000 Oracle User Introduction
Describe M2000 database
M2000 Database Usage Viewing
Perform the M2000 database Usage viewing
Training Methods
Describe the concept and features of SUSE
Linux system Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Perform common operating system commands Duration
Target Audience
1 working day
M2000 Server maintenance engineer Class Size
Prerequisites
Min 6, max 12
Having basic knowledge in telecommunication
Content

Oracle Database Overview


Oracle Storage Overview

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1.2.11 ONW29 iManager M2000V2 ATAE Cluster Server Operation and Maintenance

Objectives Manage the PRS system on ATAE Cluster


Manage and maintenance processes of board
On completion of this course, the participants will
level or system level
be able to:
Manage multi-task of all status
Describe the system structure and basic
Collect health information
function of OSMU
Collect ESN and troubleshooting information
Master the system management of OSMU
Maintenance time, route and password of the
Master the equipment management, service
system
management, software management, general
Manage the OSMU board
maintenance OSMU
Master the principle of backup and restore
Master the method to backup and restore the
Describe the scenarios for backup and restore
different data types of ATAE Cluster
Backup and restore OS, static and dynamic
Describe Northbound Interface Definition and
data
Function
Backup and restore data of OSMU
Perform Northbound Interface Interconnection
Commissioning Northbound Interface Definition and
Classification
Handle Northbound Interface Common
Troubleshooting CORBA Interface Introduction

Explain the meaning of O Inventory File Interface Introduction

M user, NE user, mode 1, mode 2 NE SNMP Interface Introduction

Manage OM user and NE user XML Interface Introduction

Set security policy parameters CORBA Interface Interconnection


Commissioning
Monitor the user status
Inventory File Interface Interconnection
Target Audience
Commissioning
Personnel who works on M2000 server SNMP Interface Interconnection
administration Commissioning
Prerequisites XML Interface Interconnection Commissioning
Log in OSMU
Having basic knowledge of M2000V2 ATAE
Power on and power off the device boards
Cluster platform
Obtain board details
Having basic knowledge of M2000
Stop OSS system services
Content
Start OSS system services
Configure, monitor, maintenance and collect M2000 mediation installation
information of hardware Query software source
Switch board and storage Query and modify time zone
Install and upgrade M2000 server software, Collect ESN information
mediation and license Download running logs
Commission NBI Log in OSMU

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Create OSMU system (OSMU data) backup Manage OM User
task Manage NE Users
Create OSS application data (static data) Customize MML Authority
backup task Monitor OM Users
Create DB application data (static data) backup Training Methods
task
Create OS data backup task (server board) Lectures, Hands-on Exercise

Create OS data backup task (IO board) Duration


Perform OS data restoration operation
1.5 working days
Security Management Overview
Class Size
Set M2000 system security parameter
Create OM Users Min 6, max 12

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1.3 PRS Training Course Descriptions

1.3.1 ONW15 Performance Report System Overview

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will PRS Network Topology


be able to: Architecture of PRS
Describe PRS Network Topology Functions of PRS
Describe Architecture of PRS Typical Configurations of PRS
Describe Functions of PRS Technical Specifications of PRS
Perform Typical Configurations of PRS Training Methods
Describe Technical Specifications of PRS
Lectures
Target Audience
Duration
Network Performance analyzing and maintenance
0.5 working day
engineer
Prerequisites Class Size

Min 6, max 12
Being familiar with MS Windows Operation
System
A basic knowledge of mobile communications

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1.3.2 ONW35 Performance Report System Operation

Objectives Managing Engineering Parameters


Managing KPIs
On completion of this course, the participants will
Managing Customized Performance Reports
be able to:
Generating a Performance Report File on
Master how to power on and power off the PRS,
Schedule
set the server parameters for the PRS system,
Monitoring the Performance of the Network
manage the clients of the PRS system,
PRS Web System
manage PRS system logs, monitor the PRS
system, manage PRS processes and services, Managing Files and Disks of PRS Server

manage the PRS system database, manage Monitoring PRS Server with PRS Client
files and disks of the PRS system Managing PRS Logs
Know routine maintenance of the PRS System Managing PRS Users

Target Audience Managing PRS System Processes and


Services
Network Performance analyzing and maintenance Managing PRS Database
engineer
Back Up and Restoring PRS system
Prerequisites
Training Methods
Being familiar with MS Windows Operation
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
System
Duration
A basic knowledge of mobile communications
Content 1.5 working days
Class Size
Routine Operations on PRS Client
Preference Related to Performance Report Min 6, max 12

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1.4 iManager U2000 Training Course Descriptions

1.4.1 ONW31 iManager U2000 System Overview

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Introduction to U2000


be able to: System Structure
Know the system structure of U2000 system Main Functions
State the functions of U2000 system System Typical Configuration
Conduct basic operations on U2000 client Training Methods
Target Audience
Lectures
Network monitor Duration
Prerequisites
0.5 working day
Being familiar with MS Windows Operation Class Size
System
Min 6, max 12
A basic knowledge of mobile communications

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1.4.2 ONW32 iManager U2000 Client Management

Objectives Querying Performance Measurement Results


Missing Result Diagnosis Tool
On completion of this course, the participants will
Other Functions
be able to:
Related Concepts of Configuration
Construct and manage the topology structure
Management
of the entire network
Configuration Management
Learn and monitor the running status of the
MML Commands
entire network by browsing the topology view
Set topology background as world.gif
Describe Fault Management Basic Concept
Exporting Data to File
Outline Handling Alarm Procedure
Create physical NE
Complete Handling Alarm tasks
Manage topology view
Describe the role of performance management
Delete physical NE
in the U2000
Delete subnet
Perform performance management operations
Monitor and query alarms
Describe U2000 configuration management
module function Perform U2000 alarm statistic and export
statistic result
Complete daily maintenance tasks through MIT
and LMT Set U2000alarm notification
Set U2000 alarm auto acknowledge
Target Audience
Set the Correlation Analysis of Two Alarms
U2000 system manager Set U2000 current alarm lifecycle
Prerequisites Perform U2000alarm manual dump
Set one custom counter management
Being familiar with MS Windows Operation
System Query performance measurement result

A basic knowledge of mobile communications Set performance monitoring and alarm


Create and use performance management
Content
template to perform MSS Outgoing Times CPU
Basic Concept of Topology Management Usage result querying
Creating a Physical Subnet Full performance procedure
Creating a Physical NE Query NEs configuration information through
Monitoring an NE MIT
Adjusting the Network Topology Perform NE configuration operation
Fault Management Basic Concept Query related report
Fault Management Routine Operation Startup configuration management
Basic Concept of Performance Management Training Methods
Preferences Settings
Lectures, Hands-on Exercise
Database Capacity Parameters
Duration
Measurement Management
Custom Counter Management 1.5 working days

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Class Size Min 6, max 12

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1.4.3 ONW33 iManager U2000 System Solution and Networking

Objectives Content

On completion of this course, the participants will Introduction to U2000


be able to: U2000 Network Solution
Understand the related concept about U2000 U2000 Software Architecture
Master the U2000 system architecture U2000 Hardware Components
Understand the U2000 system networking U2000 System Networking
Target Audience Training Methods

Network monitor Lectures


Prerequisites Duration

Being familiar with MS Windows Operation 0.5 working day


System Class Size
A basic knowledge of mobile communications
Min 6, max 12

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1.4.4 ONW37 iManager U2000 Administrator Operation

Objectives Set U2000 system security parameter


Create OM Users
On completion of this course, the participants will
Manage OM User
be able to:
Manage NE Users
Explain the meaning of OM user, NE user,
Customize MML Authority
mode 1, mode 2 NE
Monitor OM Users
Manage OM user and NE user
TMN Hierarchical Structure
Set security policy parameters
Northbound Interfaces and Classification
Monitor the user status
Basic Knowledge of log Management
Describe the classification of the northbound
Log Operation from Client
interfaces
Log Operation from Server
Describe the function of the northbound
interfaces Software Upgrading Procedure

Master the concept related to log management Mediation Software Installation Procedure

Master how to perform the log management U2000 Backup and Restore Solution

from client and server Introduction

Perform Software Upgrading Procedure Backing up the U2000 Data

Perform Mediation Software Installation Restoring the U2000 Data

Procedure Dangerous Operations in U2000 system

Outline the U2000 backup and restore data U2000 Trouble Shooting
type U2000 security management basic concepts
Describe the solutions of U2000 data backup U2000 system security management and
and restore maintenance
Describe the topology, procedure of U2000 U2000 system backup and restoring overview
data backup and restore solutions U2000 system backup and restoring tools
Complete backing up the U2000 data introduction
operations U2000 system backup and restoring operations
Complete restoring the U2000 data operations U2000 system normal fault analysis and
Perform U2000 troubleshooting processing procedure

Target Audience U2000 troubleshooting case analysis


Training Methods
U2000 Server maintenance engineer
Prerequisites Lectures, Hands-on Exercise, Demo, case
analysis and discussion
Being familiar with MS Windows Operation
Duration
System
A basic knowledge of mobile communications 4.5 working days

Content Class Size

Security Management Overview Min 6, max 12

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1.4.5 ONW38 iManager U2000V2 System Overview - ATAE Cluster

Objectives Prerequisites

On completion of this course, the participants will Having basic knowledge in telecommunication
be able to: Content
Describe the basic concepts and principles of
Introduction to ATAE Cluster
ATAE cluster
Hardware Structure
Describe the ATAE hardware structure and its
function ATAE Cluster Scheme

Map between principles and the corresponds Training Methods


hardware module
Lectures
Master the networking and typical application
Duration
scenario of ATAE Cluster scheme
Target Audience 0.5 working day
Class Size
Personnel who require a general knowledge of
iManager U2000V2 ATAE Cluster system Min 6, max 12

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1.4.6 ONW40 iManager U2000V2 ATAE Cluster Server Operation and Maintenance

Objectives Switch board and storage


Install and upgrade U2000 server software,
On completion of this course, the participants will
mediation and license
be able to:
Commission NBI
Describe the system structure and basic
Manage the PRS system on ATAE Cluster
function of OSMU
Manage and maintenance processes of board
Master the system management of OSMU
level or system level
Master the equipment management, service
Manage multi-task of all status
management, software management, general
Collect health information
maintenance OSMU
Collect ESN and troubleshooting information
Master the method to backup and restore the
Maintenance time, route and password of the
different data types of ATAE Cluster
system
Describe the classification of the northbound
Manage the OSMU board
interfaces
Master the principle of backup and restore
Describe the function of the northbound
interfaces Describe the scenarios for backup and restore

Describe Northbound Interface Definition and Backup and restore OS, static and dynamic

Function data

Describe File Interface Classification and Backup and restore data of OSMU

Function TMN Hierarchical Structure

Perform File Interface Interconnection Northbound Interfaces and Classification


Commissioning Log in OSMU
Explain the meaning of O Power on and power off the device boards
M user, NE user, mode 1, mode 2 NE Obtain board details
Manage OM user and NE user Stop OSS system services
Set security policy parameters Start OSS system services
Monitor the user status U2000 mediation installation

Target Audience Query software source


Query and modify time zone
Personnel who works on U2000 server
Collect ESN information
administration
Download running logs
Prerequisites
Northbound Interface and File Interface

Having basic knowledge of U2000V2 ATAE Overview

Cluster platform Inventory File Interface Introduction

Having basic knowledge of U2000 Alarm File Interface Introduction

Content Performance File Interface Introduction


NE License File Interface Introduction
Configure, monitor, maintenance and collect
Configuration File Interface Introduction
information of hardware
Security Management Overview

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Set U2000 system security parameter Training Methods

Create OM Users Lectures, Hands-on Exercise


Manage OM User
Duration
Manage NE Users
Customize MML Authority 2.5 working days

Monitor OM Users Class Size


U2000 security management basic concepts
Min 6, max 12
U2000 system security management and
maintenance

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