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eaw EBS09SH; login a BSC
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BSC 09 IS NOT ALLOWED !!! ESC,F5

rxbli:mo=rxotg-427,subord,force;
rxese:mo=rxotg-427,subord;
rxesi:mo=rxotg-427,subord;
rxble:mo=rxotg-427,subord;

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rlcrp:cell=2400a; cheek sites sector status


rlcrp:cell=all; cheek the whole sites under BSC.
rrptp:pstu=SH2400_dug0; cheek if tcu is active.
rxtcp:moty=rxotg,cell=2400a; to find TG value for a sector.
rxbli:mo=rxotg-404,subord,force; to initiate DUG block
rxble:mo=rxotg-tgvalue,subord; to end dug block.
eaw EBS14SH; TO login a specific BSC (here BSC 14)
rxmsp:mo=rxotg-61,subord; to cheek a DUG operational status where 61
is tg value
rxmop:mo=rxotx-413-0&&-11; to cheek sectors configuration
rxcdp:mo=rxotg-413; shows MCTR ( two MCTR is available in a
single RRUS 12 B8/B3/B1)
rxmfp:mo=rxocf-423; shows the RRUs type used.
allip; shows the whole alrarms with in a BSC.
rxasp:mo=rxotg-491; to cheek a specific sectors alarm. to cheek
if the site is in local or remote mode.
rlstc:cell=2277a,state=halted; to halt a specific sector
rlstc:cell=2277a,state=active; to activate a Halted sector
rlstp:cell=2277a; to cheek the status of the sector if it is
halted or blocked.
rxmfp:mo=rxocf-491,subord,faulty; to cheek alarm on a certain TG.

rlcfp:cell=cell name; to know


the frequncy for any cell
39 rxmfp:moty=rxotrx,faulty;
Commands to get all the alarms in TRX

rxmfp:mo=rxocf-21,subord,fault
Commands to get all the alarms in RX

41 rxmfp:moty=rxotx,faulty;
Commands to get all the alarms in TX

42 rxmfp:moty=rxots,faulty;
Commands to get all the alarms in TS

use allip; to find the whole alarms found on the specific BSC!

ALOGFIND -A 0800 -E 20151130 -B 1800 -G 20151130 -T ALP ----for cheeking history


alarms

3G...
cabex shows all the 3G configuration
10.206.116.200 port 22 is ip for OSS.
ctrl + c ( is used to clear or exit AMOS)
amos + site id = it will leads you to the RBS ( NODE B) or you can use
amos + site O&M IP= it will lets you acess the site.
moshell = if you want to connect to the RBS(NODE B).
RBS= Password for NODE B on the OSS.
RNC= password for RNC on the OSS.
q= is used to quit both from the RNC & NODE B).
lt all = it will make ready the platform for executing commands on NODE B Or RNC.
alt = is used to cheek all the Alarms both for RNC & NODE B.
st2400=
st.2400=
amos RNC IP
lt all
strt to filter the status of all sites under RNC
acc 0 manual restart

=VLOOKUP(C3,'[SWAPPING_UPDATE - 03-10-2015.xlsx]Swapped Sites'!C$2:D$240,2,FALSE)

paste special

SP COMMMANDS
TO login SP locally
user name root
password root
enabled

show ip int brief


show port 1/21 detail
show port 1/21 transreceiver

TO CHEEK THE STATUS OF ALL SP AT THE SAME TIME USE THE COMMAND

show bgp summary | include Idle


show port counter 1/21
show port
show port detail

we have sp starting from 10.8.12.129 upto 10.8.12.185 a total of 56 SP+SSR in No.


to shut down a specific port in an SP use the following command

1. telnet 10.8.12.185
2. show ip int breif cheek if the ports are up
3. config
4.context local
5. show configuration
6. choose the ethernet port and enter
7. shutdown
8. commit
9. no shut down
10.commit

show system alarm !!


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Show configuration
Show ip interface bri
Show port 1/XX detail
show port transceiver
show version
show history
show hardware
show tech-support --- All health information display device
show clock
show ip route
show bgp summary
show ospf route
show context all
show log
show process
show arp-cache
show arp-cache statistics
show card detail
commit ----- Make the configuration take effect
save configuration
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Context
context RAN_2G
show Configuration
show circuit counter 1/21 &
show circuit counter 1/21 detail
show ip interface
and if you want to ping tcu or TN add plus one to the tcu/tn ip shown in the
configuration.

acc 0 manualrestart
for rebooting DUW
OSS IP 10.207.15.144 & RNC 10.206.116.200

RNC 05 IP 10.207.127.4
RNC 06 IP 10.207.127.12
RNC 07 IP 10.207.127.20
RNC 07 IP 10.207.127.28

PMR -M 3 -r 3 to filter the performance of an RNC.


st sync ....to cheek synchronization status of RNC.

steps for SP 420 UPGRADING


1. show release
(p02 Active)( p01 alternative)
2. reload
3.rlease upgrade
4. wait for some minute and see the status if the SW ugrade is done sucessfully
meaning cheek if the alternative SW package has replaced the ACTIVE one.

if you want to login the sp420 using console cable use the following steps.
1. connect your console cable to

SP 420 STEPS FOR CONFIGURATION

FOR DELETING CONFIGURATION DO THE FOLLOWING


1. write delete ericsson.cfg
2. write reboot
3. it will then asks for saving current configuration and say no.
4. then the SP 420 will be down.

FOR CONFIGURING SP 420 FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW.


1.write configure
2.copy and paste the script.
3.write commit
4. save configuration

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in order to cheek NODE B(3G) locked status on site run the following commands !
to cheek status
login to the specific RNC &
lt all!
lst .2406 to cheek status if it is halted or not(locked or unlocked).
lbl .2406 for blocking 3G
ldeb .2406 for unblocking 3G

to cheek a specific 3G whole alarm write the following


login the site
write lgn or lgen.

to cheek the whole RNC alarm write the following


login to that specifc RNC & write altk.
to cheek status of all sites under a certain RNC
login to the specific RNC & write strt.

if you want to block a site from the NODE B itself use the following command

st ru
bl ru (blocks the RRUS ) if you want to lock the whole sectors at same time but use
bl 203(blocks RU sector by sector where 203 is proxy number for the specific sector
just use space between bl & 203)
deb ru ( unblocks the RU for the whole sectors at same time )
deb 203( unblocks the RU sector by sector )

ST RU is used to cheek sites sector status .


st carr will show you the number of carriers defined per sector.
ldeb 203 209 where 203 & 209 are proxy for the locked sectors.
get .mixed (TRUE/FALSE)
the following three commands are used to show scrambling codes
get .u2090 primaryscram
get .u2090 scr
get .u2090 primaryscramblingcode
lst carr will show you the total number of channels per site(3sec*3cell*17=153 if
the system is U333, where a single cell consists of 17 channels. )
lst cell will show you the total number of carriers in a site (if U333, then it
will be 3*3=9MO)
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to shut down a specific port in an SP use the following command

1. telnet 10.0.9.186
2. show ip int breif cheek if the ports are up
3. config if we are accessing the SP remotely
4.context local if we are accessing the SP locally
5. show configuration
6. choose the ethernet port and enter/port ethernet 1/21
7. shutdown
8. commit
9. no shut down
10.commit
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for Rebooting the whole SP 420 do the following


1. telnet 10.0.9.186
2. show ip int breif cheek if the ports are up
3. config if we are accessing the SP remotely
4.context local if we are accessing the SP locally
5. reload
6. save configuration / not to loose data
7.yes
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carrier rejects signal from hardware arose from


1. run cabex command and you will see high temperature alarm
2. high temperature might arose from a possible lose connection between SFP & cpri
3. possible faulty hardwares like SFP, CPRI, OR RRU ITSELF
/////used in the exel sheet to access The TCU status
="rrptp:pstu=SH"&A1&"_dug0;"
=22&A1

BSC PGW for TCU for each BSC .

BSC 08 PGW : 10.207.27.131


BSC 09 PGW : 10.207.26.3
BSC 10 PGW : 10.207.26.67
BSC 11 PGW : 10.207.26.131
BSC 12 PGW : 10.207.26.195
BSC 13 PGW : 10.207.27.3
BSC 14 PGW : 10.207.27.67