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ZXUR 9000 GSM

Base Station Controller


Status Management Operation Guide

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Content
About This Manual ......................................................................................... I
Chapter 1 Overview of the Status Management Functions .................... 1-1
Chapter 2 Status Management .................................................................. 2-1
2.1 Entering the Status Management Window............................................................ 2-2
2.2 Toolbar Operations ............................................................................................. 2-4
2.2.1 Refreshing the Status of a Managed Object ............................................... 2-4
2.2.2 Querying LED Status................................................................................ 2-4
2.2.3 Querying Memory Bank Information........................................................... 2-5
2.2.4 Querying RNC State................................................................................. 2-6
2.2.5 Querying IMSI Local Switch ...................................................................... 2-6
2.2.6 Querying or Synchronizing NTP Time ........................................................ 2-7
2.2.7 Exporting Data to an EXCEL File............................................................... 2-8
2.2.8 Saving the Status ..................................................................................... 2-8
2.3 Viewing Information of a Controller Rack.............................................................. 2-8
2.4 Logical CPU....................................................................................................... 2-9
2.4.1 Switching CPU Normally........................................................................... 2-9
2.4.2 Switching CPU Forcibly ........................................................................... 2-9
2.4.3 Resetting CPU Normally ......................................................................... 2-10
2.4.4 Querying CPU Use Rate for Processes in Logical Entities......................... 2-10
2.5 Board .............................................................................................................. 2-10
2.5.1 Switching to a Master/Slave OMM Board ................................................. 2-10
2.5.2 Powering On a Board ..............................................................................2-11
2.5.3 Powering Off a Board ............................................................................. 2-12
2.5.4 Resetting Board Normally ....................................................................... 2-12
2.5.5 Resetting Board Forcibly......................................................................... 2-12
2.5.6 Selecting Board Clock Base.................................................................... 2-12
2.5.7 Exchanging Board PP2S Benchmark Source ........................................... 2-13
2.5.8 Set Time ................................................................................................ 2-14
2.5.9 Querying Time ....................................................................................... 2-14
2.5.10 Querying CPU Use Rate ....................................................................... 2-14
2.5.11 Querying Process CPU Use Rate .......................................................... 2-15
2.5.12 Querying Memory Use Rate .................................................................. 2-15
2.5.13 Querying Disk Space ............................................................................ 2-15

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2.5.14 Querying PHY CPU Use Rate ............................................................... 2-15
2.5.15 Querying Board GPS Status.................................................................. 2-16
2.5.16 Querying Board Hardware Version......................................................... 2-16
2.5.17 Querying Board Running Software Version ............................................ 2-16
2.5.18 Querying DRP Attributes....................................................................... 2-17
2.5.19 Query Cell Information According to CMP Module .................................. 2-17
2.5.20 Querying IMA Using Information ............................................................ 2-17
2.5.21 Querying ATM Optical Using Information................................................ 2-17
2.5.22 All Board Manual Power off Status Query............................................... 2-18
2.5.23 ECMM Operation.................................................................................. 2-18
2.6 Unit ................................................................................................................. 2-19
2.6.1 Querying Unit State ................................................................................ 2-19
2.6.2 Slave Recover/Comeback of RUP Unit .................................................... 2-19
2.6.3 DPI Card Status Query of RUP ............................................................... 2-20
2.6.4 Blocking an RUP Unit ............................................................................. 2-20
2.6.5 Unblocking an RUP Unit ......................................................................... 2-20
2.6.6 Querying All Blocked RUP Units.............................................................. 2-20
2.7 Querying Module State ..................................................................................... 2-21
2.8 E1 Sunit........................................................................................................... 2-22
2.8.1 Querying Subunit State........................................................................... 2-22
2.8.2 Sunit Loop ............................................................................................. 2-22
2.8.3 Timeslot Loop of Subunit ........................................................................ 2-23
2.8.4 Releasing All Loop of a Board ................................................................. 2-23
2.9 T1 Subnit ......................................................................................................... 2-24
2.10 DSP Subunit .................................................................................................. 2-24
2.11 Slave Subunit ................................................................................................. 2-24
2.11.1 Manually Blocking Subunit .................................................................... 2-24
2.11.2 Manually Unblocking Subunit................................................................. 2-25
2.11.3 Querying Slave Subunit State................................................................ 2-25
2.11.4 Querying RUP and Slave Status ............................................................ 2-25
2.12 Association .................................................................................................... 2-26
2.12.1 Querying SCTP Association Status and Key Information......................... 2-26
2.12.2 Querying SCTP Association Status in Batch........................................... 2-26
2.12.3 Establishing Association ....................................................................... 2-26
2.12.4 Shutting Down Association.................................................................... 2-26
2.12.5 Aborting Associations ........................................................................... 2-27
2.12.6 Establishing All Associations (M3UA)..................................................... 2-27

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2.12.7 Shutting Down All Associations (M3UA) ................................................. 2-27
2.12.8 Aborting All Associations (M3UA) .......................................................... 2-27
2.13 M3UA AS....................................................................................................... 2-28
2.13.1 Querying AS State................................................................................ 2-28
2.13.2 Batch Querying AS State ...................................................................... 2-28
2.14 M3UA ASP .................................................................................................... 2-28
2.14.1 Querying ASP State ............................................................................. 2-28
2.14.2 Enabling ASP....................................................................................... 2-29
2.14.3 Disabling ASP ...................................................................................... 2-29
2.14.4 Activating ASP ..................................................................................... 2-29
2.14.5 Inactivating ASP................................................................................... 2-29
2.14.6 Batch Querying ASP State .................................................................... 2-30
2.15 Signalling Link................................................................................................ 2-30
2.15.1 Querying MTP3 Link Status (Layer 2) .................................................... 2-30
2.15.2 Querying MTP3 Link Status (Layer 3) .................................................... 2-30
2.15.3 Querying the Current Load of MTP3 Link ............................................... 2-31
2.15.4 Inhibiting MTP3 Link ............................................................................. 2-31
2.15.5 Uninhibiting MTP3 Link ......................................................................... 2-31
2.15.6 Activating MTP3 Link ............................................................................ 2-31
2.15.7 Deactivating MTP3 Link ........................................................................ 2-32
2.15.8 Activating All MTP3 Links...................................................................... 2-32
2.15.9 Deactivating All MTP3 Links.................................................................. 2-32
2.15.10 Querying the Link Status in Batch ........................................................ 2-33
2.16 Querying the Status of MTP3 Linkset............................................................... 2-33
2.17 Querying SSCOP Link Status.......................................................................... 2-33
2.18 Adjacent No. 7 Office...................................................................................... 2-33
2.18.1 Querying Status and Key Information of Adjacent No. 7 Office ................ 2-33
2.18.2 Querying Office Status in Batch............................................................. 2-34
2.19 Blocking/Unblocking Local SCCP Subsystem................................................... 2-34
2.20 Querying MTP2 Link Status............................................................................. 2-35
2.21 Querying Valid Bandwidth of a Transport Path.................................................. 2-35
2.22 Querying Valid Bandwidth of a Transport Path Group........................................ 2-35
2.23 Querying DHCP Client Configuration Status Query........................................... 2-35
2.24 RPU Board .................................................................................................... 2-36
2.24.1 Querying Interfaces in RPU................................................................... 2-36
2.24.2 Querying Routes in RPU....................................................................... 2-37
2.24.3 Querying Static ARP............................................................................. 2-37

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2.24.4 Querying Channel Group ...................................................................... 2-37
2.24.5 Querying LACP Packet Sending/Receiving at Group Interface ................ 2-38
2.24.6 Querying Channel Group Information..................................................... 2-38
2.24.7 Querying Interfaces Status for Channel Group ....................................... 2-38
2.24.8 Querying BFD Sessions Brief Information in RPU................................... 2-39
2.24.9 Querying BFD Sessions Detail Information in RPU ................................. 2-39
2.24.10 Querying BFD DAMP.......................................................................... 2-39
2.24.11 Querying POLICYMAP in RPU ............................................................ 2-39
2.24.12 Querying SUPERVLAN Members ........................................................ 2-40
2.24.13 Querying SUPERVLAN Port IP-PORT Table......................................... 2-40
2.24.14 Querying Relationship Between RUP Interface and 802.3ah Protocol
in RPU ................................................................................................. 2-40
2.24.15 Querying MD Configuration on RPU .................................................... 2-41
2.24.16 Querying MA Configuration on RPU..................................................... 2-41
2.25 EPU Board..................................................................................................... 2-41
2.25.1 Querying EPU Interface ........................................................................ 2-41
2.25.2 Querying EPU Route ............................................................................ 2-41
2.25.3 Querying ARP Port ............................................................................... 2-42
2.25.4 Querying BFD Session Brief Information on EPU.................................... 2-42
2.25.5 Querying BFD Detail Information on EPU............................................... 2-42
2.25.6 Querying Changeover by BFD in EPU ................................................... 2-42
2.25.7 Querying POLICYMAP in EPU .............................................................. 2-43
2.25.8 Querying Relationship Between Interface and 802.3ah Protocol in
EPU ..................................................................................................... 2-43
2.26 IPv4 ACL Rule ............................................................................................... 2-43
2.26.1 Querying All ACL4 Tables ..................................................................... 2-43
2.26.2 Querying Specific ACL4 Tables ............................................................. 2-43
2.26.3 Querying ACL4 Group Interface Binding ................................................ 2-44
2.27 MAC ACL Rule............................................................................................... 2-44
2.27.1 Querying All MACL Tables .................................................................... 2-44
2.27.2 Querying Specific MACL Tables ............................................................ 2-44
2.27.3 Querying MACL Group Interface Binding ............................................... 2-44
2.28 802.3ah OAM Configuration ............................................................................ 2-45
2.28.1 Querying Configurations and Status of Ethernet OAM in EPU ................. 2-45
2.28.2 Querying Link Monitoring of Ethernet OAM in EPU ................................. 2-45
2.28.3 Querying Packets of Ethernet OAM in EPU ............................................ 2-45
2.28.4 Querying Configuration of Ethernet OAM in EPU's all port....................... 2-45
2.29 PTP Port........................................................................................................ 2-46

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2.29.1 Querying Configurations of All PTP Ports ............................................... 2-46
2.29.2 Querying PTP Global Configuraion ........................................................ 2-46
2.29.3 Querying State of All PTP Ports............................................................. 2-46
2.29.4 Querying State of Specified PTP Port .................................................... 2-47
2.29.5 Querying PTP Unicast Negotiation......................................................... 2-47
2.29.6 Querying PTP Ebest ............................................................................. 2-47
2.30 PCM at Interface A ......................................................................................... 2-47
2.30.1 Querying PCM Status at Interface A ...................................................... 2-47
2.30.2 Blocking PCM at Interface A.................................................................. 2-48
2.30.3 Unblocking PCM at Interface A.............................................................. 2-48
2.30.4 Equipping PCM at Interface A ............................................................... 2-48
2.31 Trunk at Interface A ........................................................................................ 2-49
2.31.1 Querying Trunk Status at Interface A ..................................................... 2-49
2.31.2 Blocking the Trunk at Interface A ........................................................... 2-49
2.31.3 Unblocking the Trunk at Interface A ....................................................... 2-49
2.31.4 Spying the Trunk at Interface A ............................................................. 2-50
2.31.5 Stopping Trunk Spy at Interface A ......................................................... 2-50
2.32 Resetting Circuit at Interface A ........................................................................ 2-50
2.33 PCM at Virtual Interface A............................................................................... 2-51
2.33.1 Querying PCM Status at Virtual Interface A ............................................ 2-51
2.33.2 Blocking PCM at Virtual Interface A ....................................................... 2-51
2.33.3 Ubblocking PCM at Virtual Interface A ................................................... 2-51
2.33.4 Equipping PCM at Virtual Interface A ..................................................... 2-51
2.34 Trunk at Virtual Interface A.............................................................................. 2-52
2.34.1 Querying Remote Trunk Status at Interface A......................................... 2-52
2.34.2 Blocking the Remote Trunk at Interface A .............................................. 2-52
2.34.3 Unblocking Remote Trunk at Interface A ................................................ 2-52
2.35 Operating ATER PCM..................................................................................... 2-52
2.36 Time Slot at Interface Ater............................................................................... 2-52
2.36.1 Querying Trunk Status at Ater Interface ................................................. 2-52
2.36.2 Blocking Time Slot at Interface Ater and Releasing Circuit....................... 2-53
2.36.3 Blocking Time Slot at Interface Ater and Not Releasing Circuit ................ 2-53
2.36.4 Unblocking Trunk at Interface Ater......................................................... 2-53
2.37 Resetting ITC Office ....................................................................................... 2-53
2.38 MSC Office .................................................................................................... 2-54
2.38.1 Querying MSC Status ........................................................................... 2-54
2.38.2 Using MSC .......................................................................................... 2-54

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2.38.3 UNLD MSC .......................................................................................... 2-55
2.38.4 Disabling MSC Office............................................................................ 2-55
2.38.5 Resetting MSC Office ........................................................................... 2-55
2.38.6 Resetting IPA Resource ........................................................................ 2-56
2.39 Slave Subunit (CS) ......................................................................................... 2-56
2.39.1 Querying the Status of IPA Resources ................................................... 2-56
2.39.2 Blocking IPA Resources........................................................................ 2-56
2.39.3 Unblocking the IPA Resources .............................................................. 2-56
2.40 Slave Subunit (PS) ......................................................................................... 2-57
2.41 NSVC ............................................................................................................ 2-57
2.41.1 Querying NSVC Status ......................................................................... 2-57
2.41.2 Blocking NSVC .................................................................................... 2-57
2.41.3 Unblocking NSVC................................................................................. 2-58
2.41.4 Resetting NSVC ................................................................................... 2-58
2.42 NSE .............................................................................................................. 2-58
2.42.1 Querying NSE Status............................................................................ 2-58
2.42.2 Configuring Remote IP and Port of NSE................................................. 2-59
2.42.3 Re-configuring Incremental NSE ........................................................... 2-59
2.43 SGSN Office .................................................................................................. 2-60
2.43.1 Querying SGSN Status ......................................................................... 2-60
2.43.2 Enabling SGSN .................................................................................... 2-60
2.43.3 Disabling SGSN ................................................................................... 2-60
2.43.4 Unloading SGSN .................................................................................. 2-61
2.44 Querying Local End Status.............................................................................. 2-61
2.45 Querying Peer End Status............................................................................... 2-61
2.46 Cell................................................................................................................ 2-61
2.46.1 Querying Cell Status............................................................................. 2-61
2.46.2 Blocking Cells ...................................................................................... 2-62
2.46.3 Unblocking a Cell ................................................................................. 2-63
2.46.4 Querying Slave of PS Cells ................................................................... 2-63
2.46.5 Moving Cells to Specified Slave............................................................. 2-64
2.46.6 Adjusting RUP Slave Load Balance in PLMN ......................................... 2-64
2.46.7 Querying Channel Statistics in a Cell ..................................................... 2-64
2.46.8 Querying BCCH Power in a Cell ............................................................ 2-65
2.46.9 Querying BA List .................................................................................. 2-65
2.46.10 Adjusting Cell Load of PCU Resource in Global.................................... 2-65
2.47 Frequency...................................................................................................... 2-65

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2.47.1 Querying TRX Status............................................................................ 2-65
2.47.2 Blocking FU TRX.................................................................................. 2-66
2.47.3 Unblocking FU TRX.............................................................................. 2-66
2.47.4 Blocking CU TRX ................................................................................. 2-67
2.47.5 Unblocking CU TRX ............................................................................. 2-67
2.47.6 Querying Relationship Between TRX and RRU ...................................... 2-67
2.47.7 Querying Real-Time Status of Uplink Interference Band .......................... 2-68
2.48 Time Slot ....................................................................................................... 2-68
2.48.1 Querying TS Status .............................................................................. 2-68
2.48.2 Querying TS Channel Status ................................................................. 2-68
2.48.3 Blocking TS ......................................................................................... 2-69
2.48.4 Unblocking TS...................................................................................... 2-69
2.48.5 Force Handing-Over TS ........................................................................ 2-69
2.48.6 Querying Connect Status by TS ............................................................ 2-70
2.48.7 Querying Connect Status by IMSI.......................................................... 2-70
2.48.8 Spying the Status of a Channel ............................................................. 2-70
2.48.9 Stopping the Channel Spy..................................................................... 2-71
2.49 GSM Module.................................................................................................. 2-71
2.49.1 Querying Channel Statistics in Module................................................... 2-71
2.49.2 Stopping Flow Control .......................................................................... 2-71
2.50 BVC .............................................................................................................. 2-71
2.50.1 Querying BVC Status............................................................................ 2-71
2.50.2 Blocking BVC ....................................................................................... 2-72
2.50.3 Unblocking BVC ................................................................................... 2-72
2.50.4 Resetting BVC ..................................................................................... 2-72
2.50.5 Resetting Signalling.............................................................................. 2-72
2.51 ABIS.............................................................................................................. 2-73
2.51.1 Querying Time Slot Status at Interface Abis ........................................... 2-73
2.51.2 Blocking Time Slot at Interface Abis....................................................... 2-73
2.51.3 Unblocking Time Slots at Interface Abis ................................................. 2-73
2.51.4 Starting Status Monitoring at the Abis Interface ...................................... 2-74
2.51.5 Stopping Status Monitoring at the Abis Interface..................................... 2-74
2.52 Querying Time Slot Usage at Interface Abis ..................................................... 2-74
2.53 Querying Abis Device Status ........................................................................... 2-74
2.54 GSITE ........................................................................................................... 2-75
2.55 Resetting Site Rack ........................................................................................ 2-75
2.56 Querying Ring Network Status ........................................................................ 2-75

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About This Manual
Purpose
This manual provides a guide for ZXUR 9000 GSM Status Management.

Intended Audience
l Telecommunication engineers
l Maintenance engineers

What Is in This Manual

Chapter Summary

1, Overview Describes the functions, basic operations and


precautions of status management.

2, Status Management Describes the ZXUR 9000 GSM status


management operations.

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Chapter 1
Overview of the Status
Management Functions
The status management is a function of the operation and maintenance subsystem.
The management function facilitates the up-level service debugging, on-site installation
and debugging and the fault analysis. Through status management, maintenance and
technical personnel can quickly locate faults.
The status management manages the dynamic data in the system, including the functions
of queries, monitoring and operations.
l Queries on dynamic data: are implemented in man-machine interactive mode to
obtain status data.
l Monitoring on dynamic data: displays the real time changes on dynamic data.
l Operations on dynamic data: are implemented in man-machine interactive mode to
perform the following actions: block/unblock, reset/forcible reset, enable/disable and
stop/start.
Status management is a multi-aspect and multi-module function that involves database
operations, MO operations on NEs, communication between NEs and BSCs, and
operations on BSCs. The following needs to be noted in the status management.
l Status management manages the terrestrial and radio resources with status
properties. The resources without status properties are not shown in the status
management interface.
l Status management modifies the status of terrestrial and radio resources with status
properties on a BSC. The operation must be initiated on a BSC. The communication
between the BSC and NEs must operate properly.
l The operation of status management may affect the status of terrestrial and radio
resources and thus affect the conversation quality. Be careful when performing the
management operations.
l The BSCenvironment has a great influence on status management. Any error during
the BSC operations may cause failure during status management operations.

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Chapter 2
Status Management
Table of Contents
Entering the Status Management Window ..................................................................2-2
Toolbar Operations .....................................................................................................2-4
Viewing Information of a Controller Rack ....................................................................2-8
Logical CPU ...............................................................................................................2-9
Board .......................................................................................................................2-10
Unit ..........................................................................................................................2-19
Querying Module State.............................................................................................2-21
E1 Sunit ...................................................................................................................2-22
T1 Subnit..................................................................................................................2-24
DSP Subunit ............................................................................................................2-24
Slave Subunit ...........................................................................................................2-24
Association...............................................................................................................2-26
M3UA AS .................................................................................................................2-28
M3UA ASP...............................................................................................................2-28
Signalling Link ..........................................................................................................2-30
Querying the Status of MTP3 Linkset .......................................................................2-33
Querying SSCOP Link Status...................................................................................2-33
Adjacent No. 7 Office ...............................................................................................2-33
Blocking/Unblocking Local SCCP Subsystem...........................................................2-34
Querying MTP2 Link Status......................................................................................2-35
Querying Valid Bandwidth of a Transport Path..........................................................2-35
Querying Valid Bandwidth of a Transport Path Group ...............................................2-35
Querying DHCP Client Configuration Status Query ..................................................2-35
RPU Board...............................................................................................................2-36
EPU Board ...............................................................................................................2-41
IPv4 ACL Rule..........................................................................................................2-43
MAC ACL Rule.........................................................................................................2-44
802.3ah OAM Configuration .....................................................................................2-45
PTP Port ..................................................................................................................2-46
PCM at Interface A ...................................................................................................2-47
Trunk at Interface A ..................................................................................................2-49
Resetting Circuit at Interface A .................................................................................2-50
PCM at Virtual Interface A ........................................................................................2-51
Trunk at Virtual Interface A .......................................................................................2-52
Operating ATER PCM ..............................................................................................2-52
Time Slot at Interface Ater ........................................................................................2-52
Resetting ITC Office .................................................................................................2-53

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MSC Office...............................................................................................................2-54
Slave Subunit (CS)...................................................................................................2-56
Slave Subunit (PS) ...................................................................................................2-57
NSVC.......................................................................................................................2-57
NSE .........................................................................................................................2-58
SGSN Office.............................................................................................................2-60
Querying Local End Status .......................................................................................2-61
Querying Peer End Status........................................................................................2-61
Cell ..........................................................................................................................2-61
Frequency ................................................................................................................2-65
Time Slot..................................................................................................................2-68
GSM Module ............................................................................................................2-71
BVC .........................................................................................................................2-71
ABIS.........................................................................................................................2-73
Querying Time Slot Usage at Interface Abis .............................................................2-74
Querying Abis Device Status ....................................................................................2-74
GSITE ......................................................................................................................2-75
Resetting Site Rack..................................................................................................2-75
Querying Ring Network Status .................................................................................2-75

2.1 Entering the Status Management Window


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

Steps
1. Select View > Status Management, see Figure 2-1. The Status Management tab
page is displayed.

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Figure 2-1 System Menu for Status Management

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

Figure 2-2 Expanding the Configuration Resource Tree

3. Double-click a management item. The corresponding management tab page will be


displayed.

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4. Perform the related management actions on an object.


– End of Steps –

2.2 Toolbar Operations


2.2.1 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 .


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2.2.2 Querying LED Status


For the resources that are not operating properly, you can query the LED status to locate
the fault.

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. Select the query type ( or ), and the


target rack/shelf, see Figure 2-3.

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Figure 2-3 LED Status Query Dialog Box

3. Click OK. The Batch Operation Result is displayed.


4. Click OK.
5. In RACK tab, move the mouse to a board, the LED status of this board will be
displayed.
– End of Steps –

2.2.3 Querying Memory Bank Information


For the resources that are not operating properly, you can query memory band information
to locate the fault.

Prerequisite
The network management system (NMS) operates properly.
The network element is connected to the NMS properly.

Steps
1. On the toolbar, click . The SPD information query dialog box is displayed.

2. Select the query type ( , ,

or ), see Figure 2-4.

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Figure 2-4 SPD Information Query Dialog Box

3. Click OK.
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2.2.4 Querying RNC State


Steps

1. On the tool bar of managed object tab, click . A confirmation dialog box is
displayed, see Figure 2-5

2. Click Yes.

Figure 2-5 Querying RNC state

– End of Steps –

2.2.5 Querying IMSI Local Switch


Steps
1. On the tool bar of managed object tab, click . The IMSI Local Switch Query dialog
box is displayed, see Figure 2-6.

2. Input a 15-bit IMSI number.

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Figure 2-6 Querying IMSI Local Switch

3. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.2.6 Querying or Synchronizing NTP Time


For the resources that are not operating properly, you can extract or synchronize the NTP
clock on a board to locate the fault.

Prerequisite
The network management system (NMS) operates properly.
The network element is connected to the NMS properly.

Steps

1. On the toolbar, click . The NTP time operation dialog box is displayed.
2. Select an option, see Figure 2-7.

Figure 2-7 NTP Time Operation Dialog Box

a. Select , and click OK. The Operation result dialog box is


displayed.

b. Select , and click OK. The Operation result dialog box


is displayed.
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2.2.7 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 –

2.2.8 Saving the Status


Steps

1. On the toolbar of a management object, click .


2. Enter a verification code, and click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.3 Viewing Information of a Controller Rack


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Controller Rack. The Controller Rack tab is displayed, see Figure 2-8.

Figure 2-8 Controller Rack Tab

2. Double-click the rack record, the RACK tab is displayed.

3. View the information displayed in the tab.


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2.4 Logical CPU


2.4.1 Switching CPU Normally
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Logical CPU. The Logical CPU tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected record(s), and select Normal switch, see Figure 2-9.

Figure 2-9 Logical CPU Page

4. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.4.2 Switching CPU Forcibly


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

2. Select one or several records.


3. Right-click the selected record(s), and select Forcible switch.

4. Click OK.
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2.4.3 Resetting CPU Normally


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Logical CPU. The Logical CPU tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected record(s), and select Normal Reset.

4. Input the verify code.


5. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.4.4 Querying CPU Use Rate for Processes in Logical Entities


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Logical CPU. The Logical CPU tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected record(s), and select the command to execute the CPU use
rate query for processes in logical entities.
– End of Steps –

2.5 Board
2.5.1 Switching to a Master/Slave OMM Board
This function is just supported by OMMboards.

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 OMM backup exchange.


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2.5.2 Powering On a Board


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 Board power on, see Figure 2-10.

Figure 2-10 Powering On a Board

4. Click OK.

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2.5.3 Powering Off a Board


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Board. The Board tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected record(s), and select Board power off.
4. Input the verify code.
5. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.5.4 Resetting Board Normally


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Board. The Board tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected record(s), and select Normal Reset of board.
4. Input the verify code.
5. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.5.5 Resetting Board Forcibly


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Board. The Board tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected record(s), and select Forcible reset of board.
4. Input the verify code.
5. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.5.6 Selecting Board Clock Base


The clock module on the EGFS board is responsible for providing system clock and
synchronizing external clock. The following types of clock base are supported: line clock
base, GPS clock base, BITS clock base.

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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 Select clock base. A confirmation dialog
box is displayed, see Figure 2-11.

Figure 2-11 Confirmation Dialog Box

4. Click OK to select clock base, see Figure 2-12.

Figure 2-12 Selecting Clock Base

– End of Steps –

2.5.7 Exchanging Board PP2S Benchmark Source


Context
Only the board with PP2S benchmark source can perform the exchange.

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

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2. Right-click a record with PP2S benchmark source.


3. Right-click the selected record, and select PP2S exchange.
4. Click OK.
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2.5.8 Set 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 Set, the Time Set dialog box is
displayed.
4. Set the time of server, click the OK.

– End of Steps –

2.5.9 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 –

2.5.10 Querying CPU Use Rate


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 CPU userate query.

4. View the result.


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2.5.11 Querying Process CPU Use Rate


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 Process CPU userate query.
4. View the result.
– End of Steps –

2.5.12 Querying Memory Use Rate


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 Memory userate query.
4. View the result.
– End of Steps –

2.5.13 Querying Disk Space


This function is supported by OMP boards.

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 Disk query.
4. View the result.
– End of Steps –

2.5.14 Querying PHY CPU Use Rate


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Board. The Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

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3. Right-click the selected record, and select PHY CPU userate query.
4. View the result.
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2.5.15 Querying Board GPS Status


This function is supported by UMTSmode.

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 GPS Status Query.
4. View the result.
– End of Steps –

2.5.16 Querying Board Hardware Version


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 Board Hardware Version Query.
4. View the result.

– End of Steps –

2.5.17 Querying Board Running Software Version


Users can query the software version running on the board, software size, and the software
installing 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 Board running version query.
– End of Steps –

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2.5.18 Querying DRP Attributes


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 DRP Attribute query。
– End of Steps –

2.5.19 Query Cell Information According to CMP Module


Users can query the cell subscriber IDs, cell numbers and module numbers.

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 Query cell information according to CMP
module.
– End of Steps –

2.5.20 Querying IMA Using Information


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 Query IMA using information.
– End of Steps –

2.5.21 Querying ATM Optical Using Information


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 Query ATM optical using information.
– End of Steps –

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2.5.22 All Board Manual Power off Status Query


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 All Board Manual Power off Status Query,
the All Board Manual Power off Status Query dialog box is displayed.
– End of Steps –

Related Tasks
The result of query can be exported to Excel file by clicked Export to excel button.

2.5.23 ECMM Operation


Prerequisite
This function is just supported by EGBS boards.

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, perform the following operations as needed:

If Then

SelectECMM Operation > ECMM Status Query Query ECMM Status.

SelectECMM Operation > Reset ECMM Reset ECMM.

SelectECMM Operation > Switch ECMM Switch ECMM.

SelectECMM Operation > ECMM Running Query ECMM Running Version.


Version Query

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2.6 Unit
2.6.1 Querying Unit State
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Unit. The Unit tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Unit state query, see Figure 2-13.

Figure 2-13 Querying Unit State

4. View the result that is displayed in the Unit state column.

– End of Steps –

2.6.2 Slave Recover/Comeback of RUP Unit


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

2. Select a record.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select Slave recover/comeback of RUP unit.

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4. View the result displayed in the Comeback result column.


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2.6.3 DPI Card Status Query of RUP


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Unit. The Unit tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select DPI card status query of RUP.
4. View the result.
– End of Steps –

2.6.4 Blocking an RUP Unit


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Unit. The Unit tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select RUP unit block.
– End of Steps –

2.6.5 Unblocking an RUP Unit


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Unit. The Unit tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select RUP unit unblock.


– End of Steps –

2.6.6 Querying All Blocked RUP Units


Prerequisite
The Unit tab page is opened.

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Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Unit. The Unit tab page is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Query all block RUP unit.
– End of Steps –

2.7 Querying Module State


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Module. The Module tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select Module state query, see Figure 2-14.

Figure 2-14 Querying Module State

4. View the result displayed in Module state and Module query result columns.
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2.8 E1 Sunit
2.8.1 Querying Subunit State
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
E1 Sunit. The E1 Sunit tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Sunit state query, see Figure 2-15.

Figure 2-15 Querying Subunit State

4. View the result in Sunit state query column.

– End of Steps –

2.8.2 Sunit Loop


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
E1 Sunit. The E1 Sunit tab page is displayed.

2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Sunit loop. The Sunit loop dialog box is
displayed.

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Figure 2-16 Sunit Loop

4. Select the timeslot No. of loop. Click OK. The result is displayed in the Loop result
column.
– End of Steps –

2.8.3 Timeslot Loop of Subunit


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
E1 Sunit. The E1 Sunit tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Timeslot of sunit loop. The Timeslot of
sunit loop dialog box is displayed.

Figure 2-17 Timeslot of sunit loop

4. Select the Timeslot No. of loop and Loop operate type.


5. Click OK. The query result is displayed in the Loop result column.
– End of Steps –

2.8.4 Releasing All Loop of a Board


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
E1 Sunit. The E1 Sunit tab is displayed.

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2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Release all loop.
4. View the result in the Loop result column.
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2.9 T1 Subnit
For the operations on the logical T1 subunit, refer to the operations on the E1 subunit.

2.10 DSP Subunit


For the operations on the DSP subunit, refer to the operations on the E1 subunit.

2.11 Slave Subunit


2.11.1 Manually Blocking Subunit
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Slave Sunit. The Slave Sunit tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Manual block sunit, see Figure 2-18.

Figure 2-18 Manually blocking subunit

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4. View the result in the Sunit manual block/unblock result column.


– End of Steps –

2.11.2 Manually Unblocking Subunit


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Physical Resource >
Slave Sunit. The Slave Sunit tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select Manual unblock sunit.


4. View the result in the Sunit manual block/unblock result column.
– End of Steps –

2.11.3 Querying Slave Subunit State


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

2.11.4 Querying RUP and Slave Status


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

2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select RUP and Slave status query.

4. View the result in the pop-up interface.


– End of Steps –

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2.12 Association
2.12.1 Querying SCTP Association Status and Key Information
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sctp Association. The Sctp Association tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected record(s), and select the command to execute the SCTP
association status and key information query.
– End of Steps –

2.12.2 Querying SCTP Association Status in Batch


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Sctp Association. The Sctp Association tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected record(s), and select the command to execute the SCTP
association status query in batch.
– End of Steps –

2.12.3 Establishing Association


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

2.12.4 Shutting Down Association


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

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3. Right-click the selected records, and select Shutdown.


– End of Steps –

2.12.5 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 several records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select Abort.


– End of Steps –

2.12.6 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 several records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select Establish all (M3UA).
– End of Steps –

2.12.7 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 several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Shutting down all (M3UA).

– End of Steps –

2.12.8 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 several records.

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3. Right-click the selected records, and select Abort all(M3UA).


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2.13 M3UA AS
2.13.1 Querying AS State
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> M3UA AS. The M3UA AS tab page is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select AS state request. The result is displayed
in the Query result column.
– End of Steps –

2.13.2 Batch Querying AS State


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> M3UA AS. The M3UA AS tab page is displayed.

2. Select one or several records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select Batch AS status query. The result is
displayed in the Query result column.

– End of Steps –

2.14 M3UA ASP


2.14.1 Querying ASP State
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> M3UA ASP. The M3UA ASP tab is displayed.

2. Select one or several records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select ASP state request.

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2.14.2 Enabling ASP


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> M3UA ASP. The M3UA ASP tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several 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 –

2.14.3 Disabling ASP


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> M3UA ASP. The M3UA ASP tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several 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 –

2.14.4 Activating ASP


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> M3UA ASP. The M3UA ASP tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several 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 –

2.14.5 Inactivating ASP


Prerequisite
The M3UA ASP tab page is opened.

Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> M3UA ASP. The M3UA ASP tab is displayed.

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2. Select one or several 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 –

2.14.6 Batch Querying ASP State


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> M3UA ASP. The M3UA ASP tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Batch ASP status query.

– End of Steps –

2.15 Signalling Link


2.15.1 Querying MTP3 Link Status (Layer 2)
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Signalling Link. The Signalling Link tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select the command to execute the MTP3 link
status query (layer 2).
– End of Steps –

2.15.2 Querying MTP3 Link Status (Layer 3)


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

3. Right-click the selected records, and select the command to execute the MTP3 link
status query (layer 3).
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2.15.3 Querying the Current Load of MTP3 Link


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


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

2.15.5 Uninhibiting MTP3 Link


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

2.15.6 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
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.

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2. Select one or several records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select To activate MTP3 link
4. Click OK.
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2.15.7 Deactivating MTP3 Link


Context
This task is performed for test or transmission detection and maintenance. It avoids packet
loss due to service 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
> Signalling Link. The Signalling Link tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select To deactivate MTP3 link
4. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.15.8 Activating All MTP3 Links


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

2.15.9 Deactivating All MTP3 Links


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Signalling Link. The Signalling Link tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select To deactivate all MTP3 link

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4. Click OK.
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2.15.10 Querying the Link Status in Batch


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

3. Right-click the selected records, and select the command to execute the link status
query in batch.
– End of Steps –

2.16 Querying the Status of MTP3 Linkset


The operations for this task is similar to those for the No. 7 office.

2.17 Querying SSCOP Link Status


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> SSCOP Link. The SSCOP Link tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Query SSCOP link status.
– End of Steps –

2.18 Adjacent No. 7 Office


2.18.1 Querying Status and Key Information of Adjacent No. 7
Office
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Adjacent No. 7 Office. The Adjacent No. 7 Office tab is displayed.

2. Select one or several records.

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3. Right-click the selected records, and select the command to execute the status and
key information query of the Adjacent No. 7 Office.
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2.18.2 Querying Office Status in Batch


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Adjacent No. 7 Office. The Adjacent No. 7 Office tab is displayed.

2. Select one or several records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select the command to execute the office status
query in batch.

– End of Steps –

2.19 Blocking/Unblocking Local SCCP Subsystem


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Local SCCP Subsystem. The Local SCCP Subsystem tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Block or Unblock, see Figure 2-19.

Figure 2-19 Blocking/Unblocking Local SCCP Subsystem

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2.20 Querying MTP2 Link Status


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> MTP2 Link. The MTP2 Link tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select To query the status of MTP2 Link.
– End of Steps –

2.21 Querying Valid Bandwidth of a Transport Path


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

3. Right-click the selected records, and select Transport path valid band query.
– End of Steps –

2.22 Querying Valid Bandwidth of a Transport Path


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

2.23 Querying DHCP Client Configuration Status Query


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

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3. Right-click the selected records, and select DHCP client configuration status
information query.
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2.24 RPU Board


2.24.1 Querying Interfaces in RPU
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> RPU Board. The RPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select Interface inquiry in RPU, see Figure 2-20.

Figure 2-20 Querying Interfaces in RPU

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2.24.2 Querying Routes in RPU


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> RPU Board. The RPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Route inquiry in RPU. The Route inquiry
in RPU result page is displayed.
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2.24.3 Querying Static ARP


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> RPU Board. The RPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select ARP static query. The ARP static query
result page is displayed.
– End of Steps –

2.24.4 Querying Channel Group


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> RPU Board. The RPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select the command to execute channel group
query. A dialog box prompts, see Figure 2-21.

Figure 2-21 Entering Channel Group No.

4. Enter a Channel Group No..

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5. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.24.5 Querying LACP Packet Sending/Receiving at Group Interface


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> RPU Board. The RPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select the command to execute LACP packet
sending/receiving query at group interface. A dialog box prompts.
4. Enter a Channel Group No.

5. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.24.6 Querying Channel Group Information


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

2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select the command to query channel group
information. A dialog box prompts

4. Enter a Channel Group No.


5. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.24.7 Querying Interfaces Status for Channel Group


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

2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select the command to execute the interface status
query for channel group. A dialog box prompts

4. Enter a Channel Group No.

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5. Click OK.
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2.24.8 Querying BFD Sessions Brief Information in RPU


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> RPU Board. The RPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select BFD sessions brief query in RPU. The
BFD sessions brief query in RPU result page is displayed.
– End of Steps –

2.24.9 Querying BFD Sessions Detail Information in RPU


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> RPU Board. The RPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select BFD sessions detail query in RPU. The
BFD sessions detail query in RPU result page is displayed.
– End of Steps –

2.24.10 Querying BFD DAMP


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> RPU Board. The RPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select BFD Damp Inquiry. The BFD Damp
Inquiry result page is displayed.
– End of Steps –

2.24.11 Querying POLICYMAP in RPU


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

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2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Policymap query in RPU. The result is
displayed in Policymap query in RPU page.
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2.24.12 Querying SUPERVLAN Members


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> RPU Board. The RPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Supervlan Member Inquiry.

4. Enter SUPERVLAN No.


5. Click OK.

– End of Steps –

2.24.13 Querying SUPERVLAN Port IP-PORT Table


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> RPU Board. The RPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Supervlan Port IP-PORT Table Inquiry.
4. Enter SUPERVLAN No.
5. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.24.14 Querying Relationship Between RUP Interface and 802.3ah


Protocol in RPU
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> RPU Board. The RPU Board tab is displayed.

2. Select a record.

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3. Right-click the selected record, and select Interface query relates to 802.3ah
protocol on RPU. The result is displayed in the Interface query related to 802.3ah
protocol on RPU page.
– End of Steps –

2.24.15 Querying MD Configuration on RPU


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> RPU Board. The RPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select the command to execute the MD
configuration query on RPU.
4. Enter the MD mark, and click OK.

– End of Steps –

2.24.16 Querying MA Configuration on RPU


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> RPU Board. The RPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select the command to execute the MA
configuration query on RPU.
4. Enter the MD mark and MA mark.
5. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.25 EPU Board


2.25.1 Querying EPU Interface
For the EPU interface query, refer to the operations of the RPU interface query.

2.25.2 Querying EPU Route


For the EPU route query, refer to the operations of the RPU route query.

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2.25.3 Querying ARP Port


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> EPU Board. The EPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select ARP port query.
4. Enter a port No.
5. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.25.4 Querying BFD Session Brief Information on EPU


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> EPU Board. The EPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select BFD Session Brief Query on EPU.
– End of Steps –

2.25.5 Querying BFD Detail Information on EPU


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> EPU Board. The EPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select BFD Session Detail Query on EPU.
– End of Steps –

2.25.6 Querying Changeover by BFD in EPU


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> EPU Board. The EPU Board tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Do changeover by BFD in EPU.
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2.25.7 Querying POLICYMAP in EPU


Refer to the related operations in RPU.

2.25.8 Querying Relationship Between Interface and 802.3ah


Protocol in EPU
Refer to the related operations in RPU.

2.26 IPv4 ACL Rule


2.26.1 Querying All ACL4 Tables
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> IPV4 ACL Rule. The IPV4 ACL Rule tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select ACL4 All Table Query, see Figure 2-22.

Figure 2-22 Querying All ACL4 Tables

– End of Steps –

2.26.2 Querying Specific ACL4 Tables


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> IPV4 ACL Rule. The IPV4 ACL Rule tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select ACL4 Specific Table Query.
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2.26.3 Querying ACL4 Group Interface Binding


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> IPV4 ACL Rule. The IPV4 ACL Rule tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select ACL4 Group Query.
– End of Steps –

2.27 MAC ACL Rule


2.27.1 Querying All MACL Tables
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> MAC ACL Rule. The MAC ACL Rule tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select MACL All Table Query.
– End of Steps –

2.27.2 Querying Specific MACL Tables


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> MAC ACL Rule. The MAC ACL Rule tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select MACL Specific Table Query.
– End of Steps –

2.27.3 Querying MACL Group Interface Binding


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Mac ACL Rule. The
Mac ACL Rule tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select MACL Group Query.
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2.28 802.3ah OAM Configuration


2.28.1 Querying Configurations and Status of Ethernet OAM in EPU
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Ethernet OAM. The Ethernet OAM tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select ETHOAM Configuration and Status
Query in EPU.
– End of Steps –

2.28.2 Querying Link Monitoring of Ethernet OAM in EPU


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Ethernet OAM. The Ethernet OAM tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select ETHOAM Link Query in EPU.
– End of Steps –

2.28.3 Querying Packets of Ethernet OAM in EPU


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> Ethernet OAM. The Ethernet OAM tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select ETHOAM Link Packet Query in EPU.

– End of Steps –

2.28.4 Querying Configuration of Ethernet OAM in EPU's all port


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

2. Select one or several records.

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3. Right-click the selected records, and select ETHOAM Configuration Query in EPU's
all port.
– End of Steps –

2.29 PTP Port


2.29.1 Querying Configurations of All PTP Ports
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> PTP Port. The PTP Port tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select All PTP Ports Configuration Query.
– End of Steps –

2.29.2 Querying PTP Global Configuraion


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

2. Select one or several records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select PTP Global Configuration Query.
– End of Steps –

2.29.3 Querying State of All PTP Ports


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

2. Select one or several records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select All PTP Ports State Query.
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2.29.4 Querying State of Specified PTP Port


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> PTP Port. The PTP Port tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Specified PTP Port State Query.
– End of Steps –

2.29.5 Querying PTP Unicast Negotiation


Prerequisite
The PTP Port tab page is opened.

Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> PTP Port. The PTP Port tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select PTP Unicast Negotiation Query.
– End of Steps –

2.29.6 Querying PTP Ebest


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > Transmission Resource
> PTP Port. The PTP Port tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select PTP Ebest Query.
– End of Steps –

2.30 PCM at Interface A


2.30.1 Querying PCM Status at Interface A
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> GATRUNKPCM. The GATRUNKPCM tab is displayed.

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2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select QRY APCM.
– End of Steps –

2.30.2 Blocking PCM at Interface A


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> GATRUNKPCM. The GATRUNKPCM tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select BLK APCM.
4. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.30.3 Unblocking PCM at Interface A


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> GATRUNKPCM. The GATRUNKPCM tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select UNB APCM.
4. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.30.4 Equipping PCM at Interface A


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> GATRUNKPCM. The GATRUNKPCM tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select EQP APCM.


4. Click OK.

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2.31 Trunk at Interface A


2.31.1 Querying Trunk Status at Interface A
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> GATRUNKTS. The GATRUNKTS tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select QRY ATRUNK.

– End of Steps –

2.31.2 Blocking the Trunk at Interface A


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> GATRUNKTS. The GATRUNKTS tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select BLK ATRUNK.
4. You can perform the following operations:

Operation Result

Block and release Force block and the services at interface A are release.

Block and no release Block after handover and the services at interface A are
not released.

– End of Steps –

2.31.3 Unblocking the Trunk at Interface A


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> GATRUNKTS. The GATRUNKTS tab is displayed.

2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select UNB ATRUNK.

4. Click OK.
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2.31.4 Spying the Trunk at Interface A


Context
The task feeds back the status changing of the monitored objects to users.

Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> GATRUNKTS. The GATRUNKTS tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select SPY ATRUNK.
4. Click OK. The other records that have the same PCM No. with the selected records
are also spied.
– End of Steps –

2.31.5 Stopping Trunk Spy at Interface A


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> GATRUNKTS. The GATRUNKTS tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select STP ATRUNK SPY.
4. Click OK. The spy on the other records that have the same PCM No. with the selected
records also stops.
– End of Steps –

2.32 Resetting Circuit at Interface A


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ACIRC. The ACIRC tab is displayed.

2. Select one or several records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select RST ACIRC.

4. Click OK.

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2.33 PCM at Virtual Interface A


2.33.1 Querying PCM Status at Virtual Interface A
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ARESPCM. The ARESPCM tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select QRY ARESPCM.
– End of Steps –

2.33.2 Blocking PCM at Virtual Interface A


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ARESPCM. The ARESPCM tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select BLK ARESPCM.
– End of Steps –

2.33.3 Ubblocking PCM at Virtual Interface A


Prerequisite

Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ARESPCM. The ARESPCM tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select UNBLK ARESPCM.
– End of Steps –

2.33.4 Equipping PCM at Virtual Interface A


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ARESPCM. The ARESPCM tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

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3. Right-click the selected records, and select EQP ARESPCM.


– End of Steps –

2.34 Trunk at Virtual Interface A


2.34.1 Querying Remote Trunk Status at Interface A
For the operations on the remote trunk, refer to the related operations on the trunk at
interface A.

2.34.2 Blocking the Remote Trunk at Interface A


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ARESTRUNK. The ARESTRUNK tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Block Ares Interface Trunk.
4. Select a block type.
5. Click OK.
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2.34.3 Unblocking Remote Trunk at Interface A


For the operations on the remote trunk, refer to the related operations on the trunk at
interface A.

2.35 Operating ATER PCM


For the operations on PCM at interface ATER, refer to the operations on PCM at interface
A.

2.36 Time Slot at Interface Ater


2.36.1 Querying Trunk Status at Ater Interface
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ATERTRUNK. The ATERTRUNK tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

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3. Right-click the selected records, and select QRY ATERATRUNK, see Figure 2-23.

Figure 2-23 QRY ATERATRUNK

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2.36.2 Blocking Time Slot at Interface Ater and Releasing Circuit


For the operations on a time slot at Interface Ater, refer to the related operations on the
time slot at interface A.

2.36.3 Blocking Time Slot at Interface Ater and Not Releasing


Circuit
For the operations on a time slot at Interface Ater, refer to the related operations on the
time slot at interface A.

2.36.4 Unblocking Trunk at Interface Ater


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ATERTRUNK. The ATERTRUNK tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select UNB ATERATRUNK.
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2.37 Resetting ITC Office


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ITC. The ITC tab is displayed.

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2. Select one or several records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select RST TC.
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2.38 MSC Office


2.38.1 Querying MSC Status
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> MSC. The MSC tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select QRY MSC, see Figure 2-24.

Figure 2-24 Querying MSC Status

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2.38.2 Using MSC


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> MSC. The MSC tab is displayed.

2. Select one or more records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select USE MSC.

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2.38.3 UNLD MSC


Context
The MSCs in unload status do not accept initial MS access requests.

Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> MSC. The MSC tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select UNLD MSC.
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2.38.4 Disabling MSC Office


Context
When an MSC is disabled, the messages sent to this MSC perform the load reallocation.

Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> MSC. The MSC tab is displayed.

2. Select one or more records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select UNUSE MSC.
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2.38.5 Resetting MSC Office


Context
When an MSC office is reset, the corresponding BSC releases the services and informs
the MSC.

Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> MSC. The MSC tab is displayed.

2. Select one or more records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select RST MSC.


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2.38.6 Resetting IPA Resource


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> MSC. The MSC tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Reset IP Resource.
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2.39 Slave Subunit (CS)


2.39.1 Querying the Status of IPA Resources
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> Slave(CS). The Slave(CS) tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select QRY IPA.
– End of Steps –

2.39.2 Blocking IPA Resources


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> Slave(CS). The Slave(CS) tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select BLK IPA.
– End of Steps –

2.39.3 Unblocking the IPA Resources


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> Slave(CS). The Slave(CS) tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select UNB IPA.
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2.40 Slave Subunit (PS)


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> Slave(PS). The Slave(PS) tab is displayed.
2. Select one or more records.
3. Perform the following operations as needed:

Operation Result

select Query Cell by Slave Query Cell by Slave.

select Adjust Cell in Slave Adjust Cell in Slave.

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2.41 NSVC
2.41.1 Querying NSVC Status
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> NSVC. The NSVC tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select QRY NSVC.


– End of Steps –

2.41.2 Blocking NSVC


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> NSVC. The NSVC tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select BLK NSVC.

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2.41.3 Unblocking NSVC


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> NSVC. The NSVC tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select UNB NSVC.

– End of Steps –

2.41.4 Resetting NSVC


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> NSVC. The NSVC tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select RST NSVC.
– End of Steps –

2.42 NSE
2.42.1 Querying NSE Status
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> NSE. The NSE tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select QRY NSE, see Figure 2-25.

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Figure 2-25 Querying NSE Status

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2.42.2 Configuring Remote IP and Port of NSE


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> NSE. The NSE tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select RECFG ALL NSE.
– End of Steps –

2.42.3 Re-configuring Incremental NSE


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> NSE. The NSE tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select RECFG ADD NSE.


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2.43 SGSN Office


2.43.1 Querying SGSN Status
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> SGSN. The SGSN tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select QRY SGSN, see Figure 2-26.

Figure 2-26 Querying SGSN Status

– End of Steps –

2.43.2 Enabling SGSN


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> SGSN. The SGSN tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select USE SGSN.
– End of Steps –

2.43.3 Disabling SGSN


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> SGSN. The SGSN tab is displayed.

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2. Select one or several records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select UNUSE SGSN.
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2.43.4 Unloading SGSN


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> SGSN. The SGSN tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select UNLOAD SGSN.
– End of Steps –

2.44 Querying Local End Status


Steps
1. Select one or several records.
2. Right-click the selected record(s), and select the command to execute the local end
status query.
– End of Steps –

2.45 Querying Peer End Status


Steps
1. Select one or several records.
2. Right-click the selected record(s), and select the command to execute the peer end
status query.
– End of Steps –

2.46 Cell
2.46.1 Querying Cell Status
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> BTS. The BTS tab is displayed.

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2. Select one or several records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select Query Cell Status, see Figure 2-27.

Figure 2-27 Querying Cell Status

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2.46.2 Blocking Cells


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> BTS. The BTS tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Block Cell. A dialog box is displayed, see
Figure 2-28.

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Figure 2-28 Blocking Cells

4. Perform the following operations as needed:

Operation Result

Click Force Block. The cell is blocked and the service is released.

Click Switch Off Block. The cell is blocked after the service is handed
over to other cells.

Click Release Block. The cell is actually blocked after there is no


service in the cell.

– End of Steps –

2.46.3 Unblocking a Cell


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> BTS. The BTS tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Unblock Cell.
– End of Steps –

2.46.4 Querying Slave of PS Cells


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> BTS. The BTS tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.

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3. Right-click the selected records, and select Query Slave of PS Cells.


– End of Steps –

2.46.5 Moving Cells to Specified Slave


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> BTS. The BTS tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

3. Select the specified slave.


4. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.46.6 Adjusting RUP Slave Load Balance in PLMN


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> BTS. The BTS tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Adjust RUP Slave in PLMN.
4. Select the corresponding MCC and MNC.
5. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.46.7 Querying Channel Statistics in a Cell


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> BTS. The BTS tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select Query Channel Statistics in Cell.
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2.46.8 Querying BCCH Power in a Cell


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> BTS. The BTS tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Query Cell BCCH Power.
– End of Steps –

2.46.9 Querying BA List


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> BTS. The BTS tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Query BAList.
– End of Steps –

2.46.10 Adjusting Cell Load of PCU Resource in Global


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> BTS. The BTS tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Cell Load Adjustment of PCU Resource
in Global.
– End of Steps –

2.47 Frequency
2.47.1 Querying TRX Status
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> TRX. The TRX tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Query TRX Status, see Figure 2-29.

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Figure 2-29 Querying TRX Status

– End of Steps –

2.47.2 Blocking FU TRX


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> TRX. The TRX tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Block FU TRX.
4. Perform the following operations as needed:

Operation Result

Click Force Block. The FU (Frame Unit) is blocked and the service
is released.

Click Switch Off Block. The FU is blocked after the service is switched to
other carriers.

Click Release Block. The FU is actually blocked after there is no


service.

– End of Steps –

2.47.3 Unblocking FU TRX


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> TRX. The TRX tab is displayed.

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2. Select one or several records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select Unblock FU TRX.
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2.47.4 Blocking CU TRX


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> TRX. The TRX tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Block CU TRX.
4. Perform the following operations as needed:

Operation Result

Click Force Block. The CU (carrier unit) is blocked and the service
is released.

Click Switch Off Block. The CU is blocked after the service is switched to
other carriers.

Click Release Block. The CU is actually blocked after there is no


service.

– End of Steps –

2.47.5 Unblocking CU TRX


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> TRX. The TRX tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Unblock CU TRX。
– End of Steps –

2.47.6 Querying Relationship Between TRX and RRU


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> BTS. The BTS tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

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3. Right-click the selected record, and select Query Relationship Between TRX and
RRU.
– End of Steps –

2.47.7 Querying Real-Time Status of Uplink Interference Band


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> BTS. The BTS tab is displayed.

2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected record, and select Query Up Inter Band.
– End of Steps –

2.48 Time Slot


2.48.1 Querying TS Status
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> TS. The TS tab is displayed.

2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Query TS Status.
– End of Steps –

2.48.2 Querying TS Channel Status


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> TS. The TS tab is displayed.

2. Select a record.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select Query TS Channel Status.


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2.48.3 Blocking TS
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> TS. The TS tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Block TS.

4. Perform the following operations as needed:

Operation Result

Click Force Block. The TS is blocked and the service is released.

Click Switch Off Block. The TS is blocked after the service is switched to
other carriers.

Click Release Block. The TS is actually blocked after there is no


service.

5. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

2.48.4 Unblocking TS
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> TS. The TS tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Unblock TS.
– End of Steps –

2.48.5 Force Handing-Over TS


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> TS. The TS tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select Force Handover TS.


4. Select the handover type, and fill in the site ID and BTS ID.

5. Click OK.

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6. Click OK to close the message box.


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2.48.6 Querying Connect Status by TS


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> TS. The TS tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select Query Connect Status by TS.
4. Click OK to close the message box.
– End of Steps –

2.48.7 Querying Connect Status by IMSI


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> TS. The TS tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Query Connect by IMSI.
4. Enter the IMSI to be queried.
5. Click OK.
6. Click OK to close the message box.

– End of Steps –

2.48.8 Spying the Status of a Channel


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> TS. The TS tab is displayed.

2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select SPY TRX.

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2.48.9 Stopping the Channel Spy


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> TS. The TS tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select STP TRXSPY.
– End of Steps –

2.49 GSM Module


2.49.1 Querying Channel Statistics in Module
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> GMODULE. The GMODULE tab is displayed.
2. Select one or multiple records.
3. Right-click the selected record(s), and select Query Channel Statistics in Module.
– End of Steps –

2.49.2 Stopping Flow Control


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> GMODULE. The GMODULE tab is displayed.
2. Select one or multiple records.
3. Right-click the selected record(s), and select Stop Flow Control.
4. Click Yes.
– End of Steps –

2.50 BVC
2.50.1 Querying BVC Status
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> BVC. The BVC tab is displayed.

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2. Select one or several records.


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

2.50.2 Blocking BVC


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

2.50.3 Unblocking BVC


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

2.50.4 Resetting BVC


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> BVC. The BVC tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Reset BVC.
– End of Steps –

2.50.5 Resetting Signalling


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> BVC. The BVC tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.

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3. Right-click the selected records, and select Signalling Reset BVC.


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2.51 ABIS
2.51.1 Querying Time Slot Status at Interface Abis
Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ABIS. The ABIS tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Query ABIS Status.
– End of Steps –

2.51.2 Blocking Time Slot at Interface Abis


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ABIS. The ABIS tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select BLOCK ABIS.
4. Perform the following operations as needed:

Operation Result

Click Block and Release. The time slots at interface Abis are blocked and
the service is released.

Click Block and No Release. The time slots at interface Abis are blocked and
the service is not released.

– End of Steps –

2.51.3 Unblocking Time Slots at Interface Abis


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ABIS. The ABIS tab is displayed.

2. Select one or several records.

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3. Right-click the selected records, and select UNBLOCK ABIS.


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2.51.4 Starting Status Monitoring at the Abis Interface


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ABIS. The ABIS tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select SPY ABISRS.


– End of Steps –

2.51.5 Stopping Status Monitoring at the Abis Interface


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ABIS. The ABIS tab is displayed.

2. Select one or several records.


3. Right-click the selected records, and select STP ABISRS.
– End of Steps –

2.52 Querying Time Slot Usage at Interface Abis


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ABISUSE. The ABISUSE tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.
3. Right-click the selected records, and select Query ABIS Usage.

– End of Steps –

2.53 Querying Abis Device Status


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> ABIS Device. The ABIS Device tab is displayed.

2. Select one or several records.

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3. Right-click the selected records, and select Query ABIS Device Status.
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2.54 GSITE
Display the GSITE tab
The GSITE tab can be opened by the step in the Sataus Management tab as fellow:

Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource >
GSITE. The GSITE tab is displayed.

Operations
Select one or more records, Right-click the selected records, some operations can be
selected as fellow:

l Relation Between TRX and RRU


l Reset Site
l E1 PPP Transmission Status Query

2.55 Resetting Site Rack


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> GBtsRack List. The GBtsRack List tab is displayed.
2. Select a record.

3. Right-click the selected record, and select Reset site rack.


– End of Steps –

2.56 Querying Ring Network Status


Steps
1. Select Root Node > GERAN Subnetwork > Managed NE > GSM Radio Resource
> RING. The RING tab is displayed.
2. Select one or several records.

3. Right-click the selected records, and select Ring Network Status Query.
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Figures
Figure 2-1 System Menu for Status Management ..................................................... 2-3
Figure 2-2 Expanding the Configuration Resource Tree ............................................ 2-3
Figure 2-3 LED Status Query Dialog Box .................................................................. 2-5
Figure 2-4 SPD Information Query Dialog Box .......................................................... 2-6
Figure 2-5 Querying RNC state................................................................................. 2-6
Figure 2-6 Querying IMSI Local Switch ..................................................................... 2-7
Figure 2-7 NTP Time Operation Dialog Box .............................................................. 2-7
Figure 2-8 Controller Rack Tab ................................................................................. 2-8
Figure 2-9 Logical CPU Page ................................................................................... 2-9
Figure 2-10 Powering On a Board........................................................................... 2-11
Figure 2-11 Confirmation Dialog Box....................................................................... 2-13
Figure 2-12 Selecting Clock Base ........................................................................... 2-13
Figure 2-13 Querying Unit State.............................................................................. 2-19
Figure 2-14 Querying Module State ........................................................................ 2-21
Figure 2-15 Querying Subunit State ........................................................................ 2-22
Figure 2-16 Sunit Loop ........................................................................................... 2-23
Figure 2-17 Timeslot of sunit loop ........................................................................... 2-23
Figure 2-18 Manually blocking subunit .................................................................... 2-24
Figure 2-19 Blocking/Unblocking Local SCCP Subsystem ...................................... 2-34
Figure 2-20 Querying Interfaces in RPU.................................................................. 2-36
Figure 2-21 Entering Channel Group No. ................................................................ 2-37
Figure 2-22 Querying All ACL4 Tables .................................................................... 2-43
Figure 2-23 QRY ATERATRUNK ............................................................................ 2-53
Figure 2-24 Querying MSC Status .......................................................................... 2-54
Figure 2-25 Querying NSE Status........................................................................... 2-59
Figure 2-26 Querying SGSN Status ........................................................................ 2-60
Figure 2-27 Querying Cell Status ............................................................................ 2-62
Figure 2-28 Blocking Cells ...................................................................................... 2-63
Figure 2-29 Querying TRX Status ........................................................................... 2-66

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