Sie sind auf Seite 1von 53

ZXWR RNC

Radio Network Controller


Status Management Operation Guide

Version: V3.12.10

ZTE CORPORATION
No. 55, Hi-tech Road South, ShenZhen, P.R.China
Postcode: 518057
Tel: +86-755-26771900
Fax: +86-755-26770801
URL: http://ensupport.zte.com.cn
E-mail: support@zte.com.cn
LEGAL INFORMATION
Copyright © 2013 ZTE CORPORATION.
The contents of this document are protected by copyright laws and international treaties. Any reproduction or
distribution of this document or any portion of this document, in any form by any means, without the prior written
consent of ZTE CORPORATION is prohibited. Additionally, the contents of this document are protected by
contractual confidentiality obligations.
All company, brand and product names are trade or service marks, or registered trade or service marks, of ZTE
CORPORATION or of their respective owners.
This document is provided “as is”, and all express, implied, or statutory warranties, representations or conditions
are disclaimed, including without limitation any implied warranty of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose,
title or non-infringement. ZTE CORPORATION and its licensors shall not be liable for damages resulting from the
use of or reliance on the information contained herein.
ZTE CORPORATION or its licensors may have current or pending intellectual property rights or applications
covering the subject matter of this document. Except as expressly provided in any written license between ZTE
CORPORATION and its licensee, the user of this document shall not acquire any license to the subject matter
herein.
ZTE CORPORATION reserves the right to upgrade or make technical change to this product without further notice.
Users may visit ZTE technical support website http://ensupport.zte.com.cn to inquire related information.
The ultimate right to interpret this product resides in ZTE CORPORATION.

Revision History

Revision No. Revision Date Revision Reason

R1.0 2013–04–02 First Edition

Serial Number: SJ-20121213161606-016

Publishing Date: 2013-04-02(R1.0)

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Contents
About This Manual ......................................................................................... I
Chapter 1 Overview .................................................................................... 1-1
Chapter 2 Basic Operations ...................................................................... 2-1
2.1 Opening the Status Management Tab .................................................................. 2-1
2.2 Querying LED Status.......................................................................................... 2-2
2.3 Querying or Synchronizing NTP Time .................................................................. 2-3
2.4 Performing FTP User Operations ........................................................................ 2-4
2.5 Querying Status of an Active Server .................................................................... 2-5
2.6 Exporting Data to an EXCEL File......................................................................... 2-5
2.7 Refreshing the Status of a Managed Object ......................................................... 2-5
2.8 Rebooting the Entire System............................................................................... 2-5

Chapter 3 Physical Resources .................................................................. 3-1


3.1 Viewing Controller Rack Information .................................................................... 3-1
3.2 Board ................................................................................................................ 3-3
3.2.1 Querying Time ......................................................................................... 3-3
3.2.2 Querying Disk Space................................................................................ 3-3
3.3 Physical CPU..................................................................................................... 3-3
3.3.1 Querying CPU Usage ............................................................................... 3-3
3.3.2 Querying Memory Usage .......................................................................... 3-4
3.4 Unit ................................................................................................................... 3-4
3.4.1 Querying Unit State .................................................................................. 3-4
3.4.2 Blocking Units .......................................................................................... 3-4
3.4.3 Unblocking Units ...................................................................................... 3-5
3.5 CPU Subunit ...................................................................................................... 3-5
3.5.1 Querying Subunit State............................................................................. 3-5
3.6 Managing Logical E1 Ports ................................................................................. 3-5
3.6.1 Blocking Subunits..................................................................................... 3-5
3.7 Managing Logical T1 Ports ................................................................................. 3-6
3.8 Managing Logical E3 Ports ................................................................................. 3-6
3.9 Managing Logical T3 Ports ................................................................................. 3-6
3.10 Managing Logical Ethernet Ports ....................................................................... 3-6
3.11 Managing Logical POS Ports............................................................................. 3-7
3.12 Slave Subunit................................................................................................... 3-7

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


3.12.1 Querying Slave Subunit State.................................................................. 3-7
3.12.2 Blocking Subunits................................................................................... 3-7
3.12.3 Unblocking Subunits ............................................................................... 3-7
3.13 Module ............................................................................................................ 3-8
3.14 STM-1 Physical Port ......................................................................................... 3-8
3.14.1 Querying Fiber Port Status...................................................................... 3-8
3.14.2 Turning on Fiber Port .............................................................................. 3-8
3.14.3 Turning off Fiber Port .............................................................................. 3-9
3.15 Managing Physical STM-4 Ports........................................................................ 3-9
3.16 Ethernet Physical Port ...................................................................................... 3-9
3.16.1 Querying the Statuses of External Ports................................................... 3-9
3.16.2 Turning on External Ports........................................................................ 3-9
3.16.3 Turning off External Ports...................................................................... 3-10

Chapter 4 Transmission Resources ......................................................... 4-1


4.1 AAL2 Path ......................................................................................................... 4-1
4.1.1 Blocking an AAL2 Path ............................................................................. 4-1
4.1.2 Unblocking an AAL2 Path ......................................................................... 4-1
4.1.3 Resetting an AAL2 Path............................................................................ 4-2
4.1.4 Stopping Resetting an ALL2 Path.............................................................. 4-2
4.1.5 Requesting ALCAP Connection Resources................................................ 4-2
4.1.6 Querying AAL2 Path Status ...................................................................... 4-3
4.1.7 Querying the Status of an AAL2 Path ........................................................ 4-3
4.1.8 Start Spying AAL2 Path Status.................................................................. 4-3
4.1.9 Stopping Spying AAL2 Path ...................................................................... 4-3
4.2 IMA Group ......................................................................................................... 4-4
4.2.1 Querying the States of an IMA Group ........................................................ 4-4
4.2.2 Inhibiting an IMA Group ............................................................................ 4-4
4.2.3 Uninhibiting an IMA Group ........................................................................ 4-5
4.2.4 Testing an IMA Group ............................................................................... 4-5
4.2.5 Obtaining IMA Group Test State ................................................................ 4-5
4.2.6 Canceling IMA Group Test ....................................................................... 4-5
4.2.7 Restarting an IMA Group .......................................................................... 4-6
4.2.8 Starting Spying an IMA Group ................................................................... 4-6
4.2.9 Stopping Spying an IMA Group ................................................................. 4-6
4.3 IMA Link ............................................................................................................ 4-6
4.3.1 Querying the State of an IMA Link ............................................................. 4-6
4.3.2 Inhibiting an IMA Link ............................................................................... 4-7

II

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


4.3.3 Uninhibiting an IMA Link ........................................................................... 4-7
4.3.4 Starting Spying an IMA Link ..................................................................... 4-7
4.3.5 Stopping Spying an IMA Link .................................................................... 4-7
4.4 Querying TC Link State ...................................................................................... 4-8
4.5 Crossing PVC .................................................................................................... 4-8
4.5.1 Querying PVC State ................................................................................. 4-8
4.5.2 Starting Observing PVC State ................................................................... 4-8
4.5.3 Stopping Observing PVC State ................................................................. 4-8
4.6 Terminal PVC..................................................................................................... 4-9
4.6.1 Querying Terminal PVC Link ..................................................................... 4-9
4.6.2 Starting Spying Terminal PVC Link ............................................................ 4-9
4.6.3 Stopping Spying Terminal PVC Link........................................................... 4-9
4.7 Association ...................................................................................................... 4-10
4.7.1 Establishing Associations........................................................................ 4-10
4.7.2 Shutting Down Associations.................................................................... 4-10
4.7.3 Aborting Associations ............................................................................. 4-10
4.7.4 Establishing All Associations (M3UA) ...................................................... 4-10
4.7.5 Shutting Down All Associations (M3UA)....................................................4-11
4.7.6 Aborting All Associations (M3UA) .............................................................4-11
4.7.7 Querying SCTP Association State ............................................................4-11
4.8 Querying AS State.............................................................................................4-11
4.9 ASP ................................................................................................................ 4-12
4.9.1 Querying ASP State ............................................................................... 4-12
4.9.2 Enabling ASP......................................................................................... 4-12
4.9.3 Disabling ASP........................................................................................ 4-12
4.9.4 Activating ASP ....................................................................................... 4-12
4.9.5 Inactivating ASP..................................................................................... 4-13
4.10 Signalling Link................................................................................................ 4-13
4.10.1 Querying MTP3 Link Status................................................................... 4-13
4.10.2 Querying SNM Link Status .................................................................... 4-13
4.10.3 Querying the Current Load of MTP3 Link ............................................... 4-14
4.10.4 Inhibiting MTP3 Link ............................................................................. 4-14
4.10.5 Uninhibiting MTP3 Link ......................................................................... 4-14
4.10.6 Activating MTP3 Link ............................................................................ 4-14
4.10.7 Deactivating MTP3 Links ...................................................................... 4-15
4.10.8 Starting Spying SNM Links.................................................................... 4-15
4.10.9 Stopping Spying SNM Links .................................................................. 4-16

III

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


4.11 Remote Signaling Point................................................................................... 4-16
4.11.1 Querying Status of Remote Office.......................................................... 4-16
4.11.2 Querying the Current Load of Remote MTP3 Link ................................... 4-16
4.12 Blocking/Unblocking Local SSN Subsystem ..................................................... 4-17
4.13 Querying Valid Band of Transport Paths........................................................... 4-17
4.14 Querying Valid Band of Transport Path Groups................................................. 4-17
4.15 Querying DHCP Client Configuration Status..................................................... 4-17

Chapter 5 UMTS Radio Resources ........................................................... 5-1


5.1 Resetting Iu Port ................................................................................................ 5-1
5.2 Resetting Iu Port ................................................................................................ 5-1
5.3 Iub Link (UMTS) ................................................................................................. 5-2
5.3.1 Resetting Iub ........................................................................................... 5-2
5.3.2 Querying PPP Link Status......................................................................... 5-2
5.4 Iub Interface (UMTS) .......................................................................................... 5-2
5.4.1 Starting Observing Iub Ports ..................................................................... 5-2
5.4.2 Stopping Observing Iub Ports.................................................................... 5-2
5.4.3 Querying Iub Port Status........................................................................... 5-3
5.5 Cell (UMTS)....................................................................................................... 5-3
5.5.1 Starting Observing Cell Status .................................................................. 5-3
5.5.2 Stopping Observing Cell Status................................................................. 5-3
5.5.3 Querying Status of Cells ........................................................................... 5-3
5.5.4 Resetting Cells......................................................................................... 5-4
5.6 Channel (UMTS) ................................................................................................ 5-4
5.6.1 Starting Observing Channel Status............................................................ 5-4
5.6.2 Stopping Observing Channel Status .......................................................... 5-4
5.6.3 Querying Channel Status .......................................................................... 5-5
5.7 Querying OMCB Path Status............................................................................... 5-5
5.8 Querying Service IP Path Status ......................................................................... 5-5

Figures............................................................................................................. I
Glossary ........................................................................................................ III

IV

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


About This Manual
Purpose
This manual provides a guide for ZXWR RNC status management.

Intended Audience
This manual is intended for:
l Telecommunication engineers
l Maintenance engineers

What Is in This Manual


This manual contains the following chapters:

Chapter Summary

1, Overview Gives an overview of the status management


functions.

2, Basic Operations Describes the basic operations, such as querying


LEDstatus and NTP time.

3, Physical Resources Describes the operations related to physical


resource status management.

4, Transmission Resources Describes the operations related to transmission


resource status management.

5, UMTS Radio Resources Describes the operations related to UMTS radio


resource status management.

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


II

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 1
Overview
Status management is a function of the operation and maintenance subsystem. It helps
debugging upper-level services and on-site installation, and analyzing system faults.
Through status management, maintenance and technical personnel can quickly locate
faults.

The status management enables users to manage the dynamic data in the system,
including:
l Querying dynamic data: Users can obtain status data of the resources through the
NMS client.
l Monitoring dynamic data: Users can view the real time changes on dynamic data.
l Operating dynamic data: Through the NMS client, users can perform the following
operations on the resources: block/unblock, reset/forcible reset, enable/disable, and
stop/start.
As a multi-aspect and multi-module function, status management involves database
operations, Managed Object (MO) operations, NE-BSC communication, and BSC
operations.

Note:
l The objects of status management are only the ground and radio resources with status
properties. Those without status properties are not shown in the status management
interface.
l During status management, the communication between the BSC and NEs must be
proper.
l Status management operations should not be performed unless absolutely necessary
because they may affect the quality of conversational services.

1-1

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

This page intentionally left blank.

1-2

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 2
Basic Operations
Table of Contents
Opening the Status Management Tab.........................................................................2-1
Querying LED Status..................................................................................................2-2
Querying or Synchronizing NTP Time.........................................................................2-3
Performing FTP User Operations ...............................................................................2-4
Querying Status of an Active Server ...........................................................................2-5
Exporting Data to an EXCEL File................................................................................2-5
Refreshing the Status of a Managed Object ...............................................................2-5
Rebooting the Entire System ......................................................................................2-5

2.1 Opening the Status Management Tab


Prerequisite
l You have logged in the client of the network management system.
l The client is properly connected to a network element (NE).

Steps
1. On the menu bar, select View > Status Management. The Status Management tab
is displayed, see Figure 2-1.

Figure 2-1 Status Management Tab

2-1

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

2. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed Network Element. The
Configuration Resource Tree is expanded, see Figure 2-2.

Figure 2-2 Expanded Configuration Resource Tree

3. Double-click a managed object. The corresponding management tab is displayed in


the right pane.
4. Perform the related management actions on an object.
– End of Steps –

2.2 Querying LED Status


If a resources is not operating properly, you can query the LED status to check whether
the fault is caused by abnormal LED.

Prerequisite
The Network Management System (NMS) operates properly.
The network element is connected to the NMS properly.

Steps

1. On the toolbar, click . The LED status query dialog box is displayed.

2-2

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 2 Basic Operations

Figure 2-3 LED Status Query Dialog Box

2. Select the query type (LED status query start or LED status query stop), and the
target rack/shelf.
3. Click OK. The Batch Operation Result is displayed, indicating the query result.

4. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

Result
After the LED state query operation is started, move the mouse to a board on the rack
view. You can observe the state of the board LED indicators.

2.3 Querying or Synchronizing NTP Time


If a resource is not operating properly, you can query or synchronize the Network Time
Protocol (NTP) clock on the corresponding board to check whether the fault is caused by
abnormal clock.

Prerequisite
The NMS operates properly.

The NE is connected to the NMS properly.

Steps

1. On the toolbar, click . The NTP time operation dialog box is displayed, see Figure
2-4.

2-3

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

Figure 2-4 NTP Time Operation Dialog Box

2. Select an option.
a. Select NTP time query, and click OK. The Operation result dialog box is
displayed, indicating the query is successful.
b. Select NTP time synchronization, and click OK. The Operation result dialog
box is displayed, indicating the synchronization is successful.
– End of Steps –

2.4 Performing FTP User Operations


This procedure describes how to add, delete, and query FTP users.

Steps

1. On the toolbar, click . The FTP User Operation dialog box is displayed, see Figure
2-5.

Figure 2-5 FTP User Operation Dialog Box (1)

2. Select FTP user query or FTP user synchronization.

2-4

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 2 Basic Operations

3. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.5 Querying Status of an Active Server


This procedure describes how to query status of an active server connected to the
management system.

Steps
1. From the navigation tree, select Root > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE.

2. Click .
– End of Steps –

2.6 Exporting Data to an EXCEL File


Steps
1. Expand the root node, and double-click a managed object node.
2. Select a data record.

3. On the tool bar of managed object tab, click .


4. Select a path to save the file, and click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.7 Refreshing the Status of a Managed Object


Steps
1. Expand the root node, and double-click a managed object node.
2. Select a data record.

3. On the tool bar of the managed object tab, click .


– End of Steps –

2.8 Rebooting the Entire System


This procedure describes how to reboot the entire iBSC system.

Steps

1. On the toolbar of the right pane, click . The Confirmation dialog box is displayed,
see Figure 2-6.

2-5

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

Figure 2-6 Confirmation Dialog Box

2. Enter the verification code and then click OK.


3. Select OMP or RPU on the System Reboot Dialog Box and Click OK , see Figure
2-7。

Figure 2-7 System Reboot Dialog Box

The entire iBSC system is rebooted.


– End of Steps –

2-6

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 3
Physical Resources
Table of Contents
Viewing Controller Rack Information...........................................................................3-1
Board .........................................................................................................................3-3
Physical CPU .............................................................................................................3-3
Unit ............................................................................................................................3-4
CPU Subunit ..............................................................................................................3-5
Managing Logical E1 Ports.........................................................................................3-5
Managing Logical T1 Ports .........................................................................................3-6
Managing Logical E3 Ports.........................................................................................3-6
Managing Logical T3 Ports .........................................................................................3-6
Managing Logical Ethernet Ports................................................................................3-6
Managing Logical POS Ports......................................................................................3-7
Slave Subunit .............................................................................................................3-7
Module .......................................................................................................................3-8
STM-1 Physical Port...................................................................................................3-8
Managing Physical STM-4 Ports.................................................................................3-9
Ethernet Physical Port ................................................................................................3-9

3.1 Viewing Controller Rack Information


Prerequisite
At least one controller rack is created.

Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Controller Rack. The Controller Rack tab is displayed, see Figure 3-1.

3-1

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

Figure 3-1 Controller Rack Tab

2. Double-Click the selected record to open the rack graph, see Figure 3-2.

Figure 3-2 rack graph

– End of Steps –

3-2

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 3 Physical Resources

3.2 Board
3.2.1 Querying Time
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Board. The Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Time Query.
4. View the result.
– End of Steps –

3.2.2 Querying Disk Space


Steps

Note:
This function is supported by OMP boards.

1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Board. The Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Disk query.
4. View the result.
– End of Steps –

3.3 Physical CPU


3.3.1 Querying CPU Usage
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Physics CPU. The Physics CPU tab is displayed.
2. Select one ore more records.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select CPU userate query.

3-3

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

4. View the result.


– End of Steps –

3.3.2 Querying Memory Usage


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Physics CPU. The Physics CPU tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select Memory userate query.


4. View the result.
– End of Steps –

3.4 Unit
3.4.1 Querying Unit State
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Unit. The Unit tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Unit state query.
4. View the result that is displayed in the Unit state column.

– End of Steps –

3.4.2 Blocking Units


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Unit. The Unit tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select Unit block.


– End of Steps –

3-4

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 3 Physical Resources

3.4.3 Unblocking Units


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Unit. The Unit tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Unit unblock.
– End of Steps –

3.5 CPU Subunit


3.5.1 Querying Subunit State
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
CpuSunit. The CpuSunit tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Sunit state query.
4. View the result.
– End of Steps –

3.6 Managing Logical E1 Ports


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
LogicalE1. The LogicalE1 tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Sunit state query, Sunit block, or Sunit
unblock.
– End of Steps –

3.6.1 Blocking Subunits


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Logical E1. The Logical E1 tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.

3-5

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

3. Right-click the selected record, and select Sunit state query.


4. View the result.
– End of Steps –

3.7 Managing Logical T1 Ports


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
LogicalT1 Port. The LogicalT1 Port tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Sunit state query, Sunit block, or Sunit
unblock.
– End of Steps –

3.8 Managing Logical E3 Ports


This procedure describes how to manage logical E3 ports.

Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
LogicalE3 Port. The LogicalE3 Port tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Sunit state query.
– End of Steps –

3.9 Managing Logical T3 Ports


This procedure describes how to manage logical T3 ports.

Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
LogicalT3 Port. The LogicalT3 Port tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Sunit state query.
– End of Steps –

3.10 Managing Logical Ethernet Ports


For the operations on the logical Ethernet unit, refer to the operations on the CPU subunit.

3-6

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 3 Physical Resources

3.11 Managing Logical POS Ports


This procedure describes how to manage logical POS ports.

Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
LogicalPos Port. The LogicalPos Port tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Sunit state query.
– End of Steps –

3.12 Slave Subunit


3.12.1 Querying Slave Subunit State
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
UpSlaveSunit. The UpSlaveSunit tab is displayed.

2. Select one or more records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select Sunit state query.
4. View the result in the Sunit State column.
– End of Steps –

3.12.2 Blocking Subunits


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
UpSlaveSunit. The UpSlaveSunit tab is displayed.

2. Select one or more records.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select Sunit block.


– End of Steps –

3.12.3 Unblocking Subunits


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
UpSlaveSunit. The UpSlaveSunit tab is displayed.

3-7

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

2. Select one or more records.


3. Right-click the selected record, and select Sunit unblock.
– End of Steps –

3.13 Module
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Module. The Module tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select Module state query, Module block, or
Module unblock.
4. View the result in the Module state and Module query result columns.

– End of Steps –

3.14 STM-1 Physical Port


3.14.1 Querying Fiber Port Status
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
STM-1 physical port. The STM-1 physical port tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Query fiber port status.

– End of Steps –

3.14.2 Turning on Fiber Port


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
STM-1 physical port. The STM-1 physical port tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select Turn on fiber port.

– End of Steps –

3-8

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 3 Physical Resources

3.14.3 Turning off Fiber Port


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
STM-1 physical port. The STM-1 physical port tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Turn off fiber port.

– End of Steps –

3.15 Managing Physical STM-4 Ports


For the operations on the physical STM-4 ports, refer to the operations on the physical
STM-1 ports.

3.16 Ethernet Physical Port


3.16.1 Querying the Statuses of External Ports
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Ethernet physical port. The Ethernet physical port tab is displayed.

2. Select one or more records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select Query out port status.
– End of Steps –

3.16.2 Turning on External Ports


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Ethernet physical port. The Ethernet physical port tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select Turn on out port.

– End of Steps –

3-9

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

3.16.3 Turning off External Ports


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Ethernet physical port. The Ethernet physical port tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Turn off out port.

– End of Steps –

3-10

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 4
Transmission Resources
Table of Contents
AAL2 Path..................................................................................................................4-1
IMA Group..................................................................................................................4-4
IMA Link .....................................................................................................................4-6
Querying TC Link State ..............................................................................................4-8
Crossing PVC.............................................................................................................4-8
Terminal PVC .............................................................................................................4-9
Association...............................................................................................................4-10
Querying AS State....................................................................................................4-11
ASP .........................................................................................................................4-12
Signalling Link ..........................................................................................................4-13
Remote Signaling Point ............................................................................................4-16
Blocking/Unblocking Local SSN Subsystem .............................................................4-17
Querying Valid Band of Transport Paths ...................................................................4-17
Querying Valid Band of Transport Path Groups ........................................................4-17
Querying DHCP Client Configuration Status.............................................................4-17

4.1 AAL2 Path


4.1.1 Blocking an AAL2 Path
Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > AalPathTp. The AalPathTp tab is displayed.
2. Select an AAL2 path.
3. Right-click the AAL2 path, and select AAL2 path block. The result is displayed in the
Block/Unblock result column.
– End of Steps –

4.1.2 Unblocking an AAL2 Path


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > AalPathTp. The AalPathTp tab is displayed.

4-1

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

2. Select an AAL2 path.


3. Right-click the AAL2 path, and select AAL2 path unblock. The result is displayed in
the Block/Unblock result column.
– End of Steps –

4.1.3 Resetting an AAL2 Path


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > AalPathTp. The AalPathTp tab is displayed.
2. Select an AAL2 path.
3. Right-click the AAL2 path, and select AAL2 CEID reset. The result is displayed in the
Reset/Stop reset result column.
– End of Steps –

4.1.4 Stopping Resetting an ALL2 Path


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > AalPathTp. The AalPathTp tab is displayed.
2. Select an AAL2 path.
3. Right-click the AAL2 path, and select ALL2 CEID stop reset. The result is displayed
in the Reset/Stop reset result column.
– End of Steps –

4.1.5 Requesting ALCAP Connection Resources


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > AalPathTp. The AalPathTp tab is displayed.

2. Select an AAL2 path.


3. Right-click the AAL2 path, and select Request to obtain ALCAP connection
resource. A dialog box for entering the CID is displayed.

4. Enter the CID, and click OK. The result is displayed in the Data query result, SAID
and SUGR columns.

– End of Steps –

4-2

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 4 Transmission Resources

4.1.6 Querying AAL2 Path Status


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > Aal2pathTp. The Aal2pathTp tab is displayed.
2. Select an AAL2 path.
3. Right-click the AAL2 path, and select Query path status. The result is displayed in
the Path status column.
– End of Steps –

4.1.7 Querying the Status of an AAL2 Path


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > Aal2pathTp. The Aal2pathTp tab is displayed.
2. Select an AAL2 path.
3. Right-click the AAL2 path, and select Query cid status. A dialog box prompt you to
enter the CID.
4. Enter the CID, and click OK. The result is displayed in the CID.
– End of Steps –

4.1.8 Start Spying AAL2 Path Status


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > AAL2 Path. The AAL2 Path tab is displayed.
2. Select an AAL2 path.

3. Right-click the AAL2 path, and select Start spy AAL2 path .
– End of Steps –

4.1.9 Stopping Spying AAL2 Path


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > Aal2path. The Aal2path tab is displayed.
2. Select an AAL2 path.

4-3

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

3. Right-click the AAL2 path, and select Stop spy AAL2 path.
– End of Steps –

4.2 IMA Group


4.2.1 Querying the States of an IMA Group
Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > ImaGroup. The ImaGroup tab is displayed.
2. Select an IMA group.
3. Right-click the IMA group, and select Query IMA group state, see Figure 4-1.

Figure 4-1 IMA Group Shortcut Menu

– End of Steps –

4.2.2 Inhibiting an IMA Group


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > ImaGroup. The ImaGroup tab is displayed.

2. Select an IMA group.

4-4

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 4 Transmission Resources

3. Right-click the IMA group, and select Inhibit IMA group.


– End of Steps –

4.2.3 Uninhibiting an IMA Group


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > ImaGroup. The ImaGroup tab is displayed.
2. Select an IMA group.

3. Right-click the IMA group, and select Uninhibit IMA group.


– End of Steps –

4.2.4 Testing an IMA Group


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > ImaGroup. The ImaGroup tab is displayed.

2. Select an IMA group.


3. Right-click the IMA group, and select Test IMA group.
– End of Steps –

4.2.5 Obtaining IMA Group Test State


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > ImaGroup. The ImaGroup tab is displayed.
2. Select an IMA group.
3. Right-click the IMA group, and select Get IMA group test.

– End of Steps –

4.2.6 Canceling IMA Group Test


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > ImaGroup. The ImaGroup tab is displayed.

2. Select an IMA group.

4-5

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

3. Right-click the IMA group, and select Cancel IMA group test.
– End of Steps –

4.2.7 Restarting an IMA Group


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > ImaGroup. The ImaGroup tab is displayed.
2. Select an IMA group.
3. Right-click the IMA group, and select Restart IMA group.
– End of Steps –

4.2.8 Starting Spying an IMA Group


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > ImaGroup. The ImaGroup tab is displayed.
2. Select an IMA group.
3. Right-click the IMA group, and select Start spying IMA group .
– End of Steps –

4.2.9 Stopping Spying an IMA Group


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > ImaGroup. The ImaGroup tab is displayed.
2. Select an IMA group.
3. Right-click the IMA group, and select Stop spying IMA group.
– End of Steps –

4.3 IMA Link


4.3.1 Querying the State of an IMA Link
Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > ImaLink. The ImaLink tab is displayed.

4-6

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 4 Transmission Resources

2. Select an IMA link.


3. Right-click the IMA link, and select Query ima link state.
– End of Steps –

4.3.2 Inhibiting an IMA Link


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > ImaLink. The ImaLink tab is displayed.
2. Select an IMA link.
3. Right-click the IMA link, and select Inhibit ima link.
– End of Steps –

4.3.3 Uninhibiting an IMA Link


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > ImaLink. The ImaLink tab is displayed.
2. Select an IMA link.
3. Right-click the IMA link, and select Uninhibit ima link.
– End of Steps –

4.3.4 Starting Spying an IMA Link


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > ImaLink. The ImaLink tab is displayed.
2. Select an IMA link.
3. Right-click the IMA link, and select Start spying ima link.
– End of Steps –

4.3.5 Stopping Spying an IMA Link


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > ImaLink. The ImaLink tab is displayed.
2. Select an IMA link.

4-7

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

3. Right-click the IMA link, and select Stop spying ima link.
– End of Steps –

4.4 Querying TC Link State


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > TcLink. The TcLink tab is displayed.
2. Select a TC link.
3. Right-click the TC link, and select Query TC link state.
– End of Steps –

4.5 Crossing PVC


4.5.1 Querying PVC State
Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > PvcCross. The PvcCross tab is displayed.
2. Select a PVC link.
3. Right-click the PVC link, and select Query PVC state.
– End of Steps –

4.5.2 Starting Observing PVC State


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > PvcCross. The PvcCross tab is displayed.
2. Select a PVC link.
3. Right-click the PVC link, and select Start spying PVC state.
– End of Steps –

4.5.3 Stopping Observing PVC State


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > PvcCross. The PvcCross tab is displayed.

4-8

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 4 Transmission Resources

2. Select a PVC link.


3. Right-click the PVC link, and select Stop spying PVC state.
– End of Steps –

4.6 Terminal PVC


4.6.1 Querying Terminal PVC Link
Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > PVCTp. The PVCTp tab is displayed.
2. Select a terminal PVC link.

3. Right-click the terminal PVC link, and select Query PVC state.
– End of Steps –

4.6.2 Starting Spying Terminal PVC Link


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > PVCTp. The PVCTp tab is displayed.
2. Select a terminal PVC link.
3. Right-click the terminal PVC link, and select Start spying PVC state.
– End of Steps –

4.6.3 Stopping Spying Terminal PVC Link


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE >
Transmission Resource > PVCTp. The PVCTp tab is displayed.

2. Select a terminal PVC link.


3. Right-click the terminal PVC link, and select Stop spying PVC state.

– End of Steps –

4-9

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

4.7 Association
4.7.1 Establishing Associations
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sctp Association. The Sctp Association tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Establish.
– End of Steps –

4.7.2 Shutting Down Associations


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sctp Association. The Sctp Association tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Shutdown.
– End of Steps –

4.7.3 Aborting Associations


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sctp Association. The Sctp Association tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Abort.
– End of Steps –

4.7.4 Establishing All Associations (M3UA)


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sctp Association. The Sctp Association tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Establish all (M3UA).
– End of Steps –

4-10

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 4 Transmission Resources

4.7.5 Shutting Down All Associations (M3UA)


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sctp Association. The Sctp Association tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Shutting down all (M3UA).

– End of Steps –

4.7.6 Aborting All Associations (M3UA)


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sctp Association. The Sctp Association tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Abort all(M3UA).
– End of Steps –

4.7.7 Querying SCTP Association State


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sctp Association. The Sctp Association tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select SCTP association query.


– End of Steps –

4.8 Querying AS State


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> M3uaAS. The M3uaAS tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select AS state request. The result is displayed
in the Query result column.
– End of Steps –

4-11

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

4.9 ASP
4.9.1 Querying ASP State
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> M3uaAsp. The M3uaAsp tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select ASP state request. The result is displayed
in the Query result column.
– End of Steps –

4.9.2 Enabling ASP


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> M3uaAsp. The M3uaAsp tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select ASP up. The result is displayed in the
Up/Down Operation Result column.
– End of Steps –

4.9.3 Disabling ASP


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> M3uaAsp. The M3uaAsp tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select ASP down. The result is displayed in the
Up/Down Operation Result column.
– End of Steps –

4.9.4 Activating ASP


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> M3uaAsp. The M3uaAsp tab is displayed.

4-12

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 4 Transmission Resources

2. Select one or more records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select ASP active. The result is displayed in the
Active/Inactive Operation Result column.
– End of Steps –

4.9.5 Inactivating ASP


Prerequisite
The M3UA ASP tab is displayed.

Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> M3uaAsp. The M3uaAsp tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select ASP inactive. The result is displayed in
the Active/Inactive Operation Result column.
– End of Steps –

4.10 Signalling Link


4.10.1 Querying MTP3 Link Status
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sl. The Sl tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select To query the status of MTP3 link. The
result is displayed in the MTP3 link status column.
– End of Steps –

4.10.2 Querying SNM Link Status


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sl. The Sl tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.

4-13

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

3. Right-click the selected records, and select To query the status of SNM link. The
result is displayed in the SNM link status column.
– End of Steps –

4.10.3 Querying the Current Load of MTP3 Link


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sl. The Sl tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select To query the current load of MTP3 link.
– End of Steps –

4.10.4 Inhibiting MTP3 Link


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sl. The Sl tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select To inhibit MTP3 link
– End of Steps –

4.10.5 Uninhibiting MTP3 Link


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sl. The Sl tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select To uninhibit MTP3 link.
4. In the displayed dialog box, click OK.
– End of Steps –

4.10.6 Activating MTP3 Link


Context
This task is performed for test or transmission detection and maintenance. After relevant
operations are performed, the link needs to be activated to ensure normal load sharing of

4-14

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 4 Transmission Resources

the service. If the link is activated successfully, it changes to service status and can carry
service messages properly.

Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Signalling Link. The Signalling Link tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select To activate MTP3 link
4. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

4.10.7 Deactivating MTP3 Links


Context
This task is performed for test or transmission detection and maintenance. It avoids packet
losses that are caused because services are routed to this link. In this case, this link is in
out-of-service status. The link is disconnected and does not carry any service message.

Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sl. The Sl tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select To deactivate MTP3 link. A dialog box is
displayed.
4. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

4.10.8 Starting Spying SNM Links


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sl. The Sl tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select Start spying SNM link.
– End of Steps –

4-15

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

4.10.9 Stopping Spying SNM Links


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sl. The Sl tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Stop spying SNM link.

– End of Steps –

4.11 Remote Signaling Point


4.11.1 Querying Status of Remote Office
Prerequisite
The signaling link group has been established.

Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> RemoteSp. The RemoteSp tab is displayed.

2. Select one or more records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select To query the status of office. The result
is displayed in the Adjoining office status column.

– End of Steps –

4.11.2 Querying the Current Load of Remote MTP3 Link


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> RemoteSp. The RemoteSp tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select To query the current load of MTP3 link.
The result is displayed in the Current load column.
– End of Steps –

4-16

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 4 Transmission Resources

4.12 Blocking/Unblocking Local SSN Subsystem


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> LocalSSn. The LocalSSn tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Block or Unblock.
– End of Steps –

4.13 Querying Valid Band of Transport Paths


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> TrPath. The TrPath tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Transport Path Valid Band Query.
– End of Steps –

4.14 Querying Valid Band of Transport Path Groups


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> TrPathGroup. The TrPathGroup tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Transport Path Group Band Query.
– End of Steps –

4.15 Querying DHCP Client Configuration Status


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> DHCPCLIENT. The DHCPCLIENT tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select DHCP Client Configuration Status
Query.
– End of Steps –

4-17

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

This page intentionally left blank.

4-18

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 5
UMTS Radio Resources
Table of Contents
Resetting Iu Port ........................................................................................................5-1
Resetting Iu Port ........................................................................................................5-1
Iub Link (UMTS) .........................................................................................................5-2
Iub Interface (UMTS)..................................................................................................5-2
Cell (UMTS) ...............................................................................................................5-3
Channel (UMTS) ........................................................................................................5-4
Querying OMCB Path Status......................................................................................5-5
Querying Service IP Path Status ................................................................................5-5

5.1 Resetting Iu Port


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS
Radio Resource > luCS Link (UMTS) . The IuCS Link (UMTS) tab is displayed.

2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select IU Reset > Dedicated CN in CS domain.
– End of Steps –

5.2 Resetting Iu Port


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS
Radio Resource > luPS Link (UMTS) . The IuPS Link (UMTS) tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select IU Reset > Dedicated CN in CS domain.
– End of Steps –

5-1

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

5.3 Iub Link (UMTS)


5.3.1 Resetting Iub
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS Radio Resource
> Iub Link (UMTS). The Iub Link (UMTS) tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Iub Reset.
– End of Steps –

5.3.2 Querying PPP Link Status


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS Radio Resource
> Iub Link (UMTS). The Iub Link (UMTS) tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select E1 PPP Link Status Query.
– End of Steps –

5.4 Iub Interface (UMTS)


5.4.1 Starting Observing Iub Ports
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS Radio Resource
> Iub Port (UMTS). The Iub Port (UMTS) tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected record(s), and select Observe.
– End of Steps –

5.4.2 Stopping Observing Iub Ports


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS Radio Resource
> Iub Port (UMTS). The Iub Port (UMTS) tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.

5-2

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 5 UMTS Radio Resources

3. Right-click the selected record(s), and select Stop observing.


– End of Steps –

5.4.3 Querying Iub Port Status


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS Radio Resource
> Iub Port (UMTS). The Iub Port (UMTS) tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected record(s), and select Query status of port.
– End of Steps –

5.5 Cell (UMTS)


5.5.1 Starting Observing Cell Status
Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS
Radio Resource > Cell(UMTS). The Cell(UMTS) tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Observe.
– End of Steps –

5.5.2 Stopping Observing Cell Status


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS
Radio Resource > Cell(UMTS). The Cell(UMTS) tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Stop observing.
– End of Steps –

5.5.3 Querying Status of Cells


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS
Radio Resource > Cell(UMTS). The Cell(UMTS) tab is displayed.

5-3

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

2. Select one or more records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select Query status of cell.
– End of Steps –

5.5.4 Resetting Cells


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS
Radio Resource > Cell(UMTS). The Cell(UMTS) tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Cell reset.
– End of Steps –

5.6 Channel (UMTS)


5.6.1 Starting Observing Channel Status
Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS
Radio Resource > Channel(UMTS). The Channel(UMTS) tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Observe.
– End of Steps –

5.6.2 Stopping Observing Channel Status


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS
Radio Resource > Channel(UMTS). The Channel(UMTS) tab is displayed.

2. Select one or several records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select Stop observing.

– End of Steps –

5-4

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Chapter 5 UMTS Radio Resources

5.6.3 Querying Channel Status


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS
Radio Resource > Channel(UMTS). The Channel(UMTS) tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Query channel status.

– End of Steps –

5.7 Querying OMCB Path Status


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS
Radio Resource > OMCB Path of Iub Interface(UMTS). The OMCB Path of Iub
Interface(UMTS) tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select OMCB Path Status Query > ALL RNC
Query, OMCB Path Status Query > OMCB Path Status Query, or Query by ANEID
> Query by OMCB Path ID.
– End of Steps –

5.8 Querying Service IP Path Status


Steps
1. In the left pane, select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > UMTS
Radio Resource > Service IP Path of Iub Interface(UMTS). The Service IP Path of
Iub Interface(UMTS) tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select IP Path Status Query > ALL RNC Query,
IP Path Status Query > Query by ANEID, or IP Path Status Query > Query by IP
Domain No..
– End of Steps –

5-5

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


ZXWR RNC Status Management Operation Guide

This page intentionally left blank.

5-6

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Figures
Figure 2-1 Status Management Tab .......................................................................... 2-1
Figure 2-2 Expanded Configuration Resource Tree................................................... 2-2
Figure 2-3 LED Status Query Dialog Box .................................................................. 2-3
Figure 2-4 NTP Time Operation Dialog Box .............................................................. 2-4
Figure 2-5 FTP User Operation Dialog Box (1).......................................................... 2-4
Figure 2-6 Confirmation Dialog Box .......................................................................... 2-6
Figure 2-7 System Reboot Dialog Box ...................................................................... 2-6
Figure 3-1 Controller Rack Tab ................................................................................. 3-2
Figure 3-2 rack graph................................................................................................ 3-2
Figure 4-1 IMA Group Shortcut Menu ....................................................................... 4-4

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Figures

This page intentionally left blank.

II

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential


Glossary
LED
- Light Emitting Diode
MO
- Managed Object
NE
- Network Element
NMS
- Network Management System
NTP
- Network Time Protocol
UMTS
- Universal Mobile Telecommunication System

III

SJ-20121213161606-016|2013-04-02(R1.0) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential