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ZXSDR GUL Quick Data

Configuration
Contents

 Introduction to templates
 Planning parameters
 UniRan configuration
 Data import, export and synchronization

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Introduction to Plan Templates

BTS quick configuration needs the templates.


 The Plan Templates fall into 4 types: Public template, GSM, UMTS
and LTE Radio templates.
 Different modes of products share the same Ground Plan
template, but each mode has a different Wireless Plan template.
Therefore, for multi-mode sites, it is necessary to fill in a Ground
Plan template and several Wireless Plan templates.

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Description of Template Format
1. Conventions of Table Header
 The first row is the database name. Do not modify this row. Otherwise, the data in the
Plan Template will fail to be imported.
 The second row is the field name displayed on OMM.
 The third row gives the description about the value range of a field.
 The fourth row is the specifications, restrictions, and examples of the field data
configuration.
 The fifth row provides the attributes of a field: whether the field is Primary Key, whether
it can be modified (W), and whether it is required to be filled in (I).
 The rows from the sixth row provide the configuration data of each site.

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The common columns

 All the sheets starts with three columns A,B and C which are as follow :
 Column A : Result : it’s used to show the result of the import of the template
 Column B : modification indication : it’s used to Add, delete, modify or pass (
ignore ) the data input
 Column C : Managed element object ID : it’s used to indicate the NE ID ( RNC in
this case ) in the EMS

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Description of template sheets

 2. Conventions of Sheet Arrangement


 A Choose sheet provides options to create a template. A template can be created
based on the radio system, transmission type, or special scenario

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Description of Template Sheets

 TemplateInfo: The TemplateInfo


sheet provides the template
information such as the NE type,
template type/version, and
descriptions

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Description of Template Sheets

 Index sheet: The Index sheet provides hyperlinks to other sheets


and describes the content of each sheet briefly

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Path of Acquiring Template

 When there is no existing configuration file template that can be


used for the first time, by applying the planning data export
function in the network management system, the data
configured on the GUI can be exported into a configuration file
template.

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Contents

 Introduction to templates
 Planning parameters
 UniRan configuration
 Data import, export and synchronization

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Planning parameters

 Abis / Iub

2G Service
Site ID 2G Service IP 2G Service 2G Local Remote SCTP Remote SCTP BSC
Gateway IP 2G VLAN BSC ID
2G Subnet Mask SCTP Port Port IP Module

255,255,255,2 192,168,163,13
20001 192.168.166.4 48 192.168.166.3 2001 20001 100 20001 4 3

3G Service Remote
Site ID 3G Service IP 3G Service IP 3G 3G Local Remote SCTP
Gateway IP RNC ID SCTP
3G Subnet Mask VLAN SCTP Port IP
Port

192,168,165,24
2002 192,168,165,228
20001 192.168.165.244 255,255,255,248 3 2906 500 2905

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Planning parameters

 S1/X2
4G S1-C 4G S1-C IP1 4G S1-C IP2
4G CP/UP Interface 4G CP/UP Interface 4G CP/UP 4G CP/UP Virtual
Local SCTP Remote SCTP IP Remote SCTP IP
IP Subnet Mask Virtual IP Subnet Mask
Port MME1 MME1

192,168,165,164 255,255,255,248 192,168,166,070 255,255,255,255 36412 192.168.122.184 192.168.122.185

4G S1-C IP1 Remote 4G S1-C IP2 Remote 4G S1-C Remote SCTP 4G CP/UP Gateway
4G CP/UP VLAN
SCTP IP MME2 SCTP IP MME2 Port IP

192.168.156.48 192.168.156.49 36412 192.168.165.163 2003

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Planning parameters

 O&M Channel

O&M Subnet
O&M IP O&M Gateway IP O&M VLAN
Mask

198.18.14.20 255,255,255,248 198.18.14.19 2000

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Planning parameters
 Cell parameters

SITE SITE
Cell ID Cell Name frequencyBand NCC BCC LAC
ID UserLabel

20011 WZ001D1 1800 7 0 222-88-25000


GSM 20001 WZ001
20012 WZ001D2 1800 7 1 222-88-25000

SITE SITE
Cell ID Cell Name freqBandInd uarfcnDl PSC LAC RAC
ID UserLabel
10101 WZ001U1 1 10563 101 222-88-23700 1
10102 WZ001U2 1 10563 102 222-88-23700 1
10111 WZ001V1 1 10588 111 222-88-23700 1
UMTS 20001 WZ001
10112 WZ001V2 1 10588 112 222-88-23700 1
10121 WZ001W1 1 10613 121 222-88-23700 1
10122 WZ001W2 1 10613 122 222-88-23700 1

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Planning parameters

 Cell parameters

SITE Cell
Cell ID freqBandInd PCI TAC bandwidth
ID UserLabel
WZ001C1 1 7 21 20001 15 MHz
WZ001C2 3 7 23 20001 15 MHz
LTE 20001
WZ001B1 4 3 24 20001 15 MHz
WZ001B2 5 3 25 20001 15 MHz

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Planning parameters
Site 1 (GUL)

 Site structure RRU 8854 RRU 8862 RRU 8854


(2600 MHz) (2100MHz) (2600 MHz)
 BBU : WZ001U1
WZ001C1 WZ001V1 WZ001C2
 CCE1 slot 1 , CR0 : slot 5 ,
WZ001W1
BPN2 : slot 7 and 8 , FA : slot 16,
SA : slot 13 , PM5: slot 15 RRU 8854 RRU 8862 RRU 8854
(1800MHz) (2100MHz) (1800MHz)
WZ001U2
WZ001B1 WZ001B2
WZ001V2
WZ001D1 WZ001D2
WZ001W2

DCPD
BBU GUL
BBUs configuration
PM5 BPN2
CR0 BPN2
FA
SA
CCE1

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Contents

 Introduction to templates
 Planning parameters
 UniRan configuration
 Data import, export and synchronization

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UniRan Configuration

 Notice for operations


 1. It is required to perform data backup before batch data modification
(please refer to the corresponding manual for data backup),
 2. Before performing batch data modification, make sure there is no user
operating NE data and there is no time-consuming and resource-consuming
tasks running on the server.
 3. Make sure the export only the managed NE object to be modified to save
memory resource.
 4. In an overall network parameter modification, at most 500 base stations
can be modified each time.

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UniRan Configuration

 Configuration flow
 Create subnetwork and NE
Through the GUI
 Create PLMN and Operator
Through the GUI
 Configure Time on GUI
 Obtain the templates
 Configure and Import templates by order of
Public, GSM, UMTS and LTE.
 Data synchornization

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UniRan Configuration

 Create Subnetwork:
 right-click the NE agent and select
 Create Subnetwork

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UniRan Configuration

 Create NE :
 Radio Standard
 NE ID
 NE version
 NE type
 NE Name
 BBU type
 NE external IP

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UniRan Configuration

 UMTS RNC
 GSM BSC

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UniRan Configuration

 Create PLMN
 Once the NE has
been created, A
modify area section
will appear Under
the NE.
 Two steps to create
plmn, First create
operator then PLMN
 Double click on
operator to create

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UniRan Configuration

 Operator Configuration

 Operator name : WindTre

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UniRan Configuration

 PLMN configuration

 MCC : 222
 MNC : 88
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UniRan Configuration
 Time Configuration

 NTP : 198.18.14.5 Start time : March 26th at 02:00 AM


 Time Zone : GMT+1 End Time : October 30th at 03:00 AM
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UniRan Configuration

 Obtain the template


 Select Configuration Management > Planning Data Export from
the menu. The Planning Data Export dialog box is displayed

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UniRan Configuration

 Obtain the template


 Select the NE created and export 4 excel templates :
 PUBLIC , GSM, UMTS, LTE FDD

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Contents

 Introduction to templates
 Planning parameters
 UniRan configuration
 Public Template

 Data import, export and synchronization

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UniRan configuration
 Public template
 The public template has two main parts : the configuration of the physical
resources ( BBU / boards/ RRU / cable connections ) and the configuration of the
transmission part ( Abis / Iub / S1/X2 )

Physical resource

transmission

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UniRan Configuration
 The public template will be generated and the 4th sheet
(ManagedElement) will be filled according to previous configuration

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UniRan Configuration
 Equipment Configuration : Equipment sheet

CCE1 slot 1
 CR0 slot 3
 BPN2 slot 7 and 8
 SA slot 13
 PM slot 15
 Boards have attributes
 defined in the 4th row
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UniRan Configuration

 Clock configuration : Clock sheet

 One clock source is configure as SyncE type


 Clock synchronization source type of clock

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UniRan Configuration

 RRU configuration : RU sheet

 Radio mode : 16 LTE, 2 GSM , 1 UMTS


 Function mode : 1281 LTE FDD single mode 2 carriers
 26 GSM/LTE FDD(S) Mixed Mode
 1 UMTS single mode

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UniRan configuration

 Fiber Cable configuration : Cable sheet

 RRU 51/52/53/54/56 are connected to CR0 ports 0/1/2/3/5


respectively
 RRU 55 is connected to BPN2 slot 8 port 0
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UniRan configuration

 Transmission OMC2
Configuration OMC 1
SCTP SCTP 6 LTE X2
SCTP 5 UMTS Iub
 The configuration
SCTP 4 GSM Abis
steps of interfaces SCTP 2 LTE S1
from bottom to SCTP 1 LTE S1
top IP layer : IP 0 IP Layers IP4 UMTS
O&M IP3 LTS
IP2 GSM
IP 1 LTE
PHY 0 : CCE1 PHY1: CCE1 port 2 1 Gbps
port 0 100Mbps

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UniRan configuration

 Transmission configuration : transmission sheet

 Transmission type : IP
 Transmission Medium : FE

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UniRan configuration

 Physical layer configuration : PhyLayerPort sheet

 Two physical layer ports are created :


 CCE1 port 0 used as FE electrical port 100Mbps
 CCE1 port 2 used as GE optical port 1Gbps

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UniRan configuration

 IP layer configuration : IpLayerConfig

 Five Ip layers are created as follow IP 0 O&M


IP 1 LTE
IP 2 GSM Abis
IP 3 LTE
IP 4 UMTS Iub
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UniRan configuration

 Static Route

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UniRan configuration

 Bandwidth Resource configuration

 A bandwidth of 1Gbps is assigned on physical layer 1

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UniRan configuration
 SCTP configuration

 Five SCTP links are created as follow


Asso ID Ip layer Remote NE Radio interface

SCTP 1 3 MME 1 LTE S1

SCTP 2 3 MME 2 LTE S1

SCTP 4 2 BSC CP GSM Abis

SCTP 5 4 RNC CP UMTS Iub

SCTP 6 3 Enode B LTE X2

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UniRan configuration

 OmcChannel

 Two Omc Channels created as independant networking.

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Contents

 Introduction to templates
 Planning parameters
 UniRan configuration
 GSM / UMTS / LTE radio parameters configuration

 Data import, export and synchronization

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UniRan configuration

 GSM radio parameters


template has 3 sheets to
be configured

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UniRan configuration

 GSM RADIO configuration :


 BtsFunction sheet

UniRan configuration

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UniRan configuration

 RU GSM sheet

 RRU 54 : R8854 S1800 configred with two cells

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UniRan configuration

 GSM carrier

 One carrier for each cell is created on band 3

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UniRan Configuration

 UMTS radio parameters

 Only 3 sheets need to be configured : UMTS Radio, UMTS sector


and UMTS local cell

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UniRan Configuration

 UMTS radio parameters : UMTS Radio sheet

 Node B 20001 is defined

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UniRan Configuration

 UMTS radio parameters :

 Sector 1 is defined in RRU 55


 Sector 2 is defined in RRU 56

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UniRan Configuration

 UMTS radio parameters :

 3 cells in each sectors are created


 Cells 10101/10121/10111 are in sector 1 and assigned to BPN2 slot 8
 Cells 10102/10122/10112 are in sector 2 and assigned to BPN2 slot 7

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UniRan Configuration

 LTE FDD radio


configuration

 4 sheets need
to be
configured

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UniRan Configuration

 LTE FDD radio configuration


 ENBFunctionFDD sheet

 EnodeB ID 20001 is defined


 Other parameters by default
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UniRan Configuration

 LTE FDD radio configuration : ECellEquipmentFunction sheet

 Baseband resources 0/2/3/4 configured on BPN2 boards slot 7


and RRU 51/52/53/54 assigned the cell portion ID as 0/2/3/4
respectivly

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UniRan Configuration

 LTE FDD radio configuration : ECellEquipmentFunction sheet

 Maximum transmit power and RS transmit power are configured,


other parameters are by default

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UniRan Configuration

 EUtranCellFDD

 Cells 1/3/4/5 are created with RRU 51/52/53/54 PCI are


23/24/25/21

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UniRan Configuration

 EUtranCellFDD

 Two cells on band 7 and two other cells on band 3

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UniRan Configuration

 S1Ap

 SCTP 1 is linked to S1AP 0 and SCTP 2 is linked to S1AP1

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Contents

 Introduction to templates
 Planning parameters
 UniRan configuration
 Data import, export and synchronization

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Planning Data Import

 Import the public template first then the three templates of radio
parameters one by one

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Planning Data Import

Click to add Click to import


template template

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Data synchronization

 After successfully importing all templates, perform the data synchronization


operation.
 Click on Configuration management then on Data synchronization

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Data synchronization

 You can choose radio standard to be synchronized


 The software will perform a check parameter operation before sync.

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