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Baseband Integration – Warehouse Procedure

Revision - C For Software Release(s): 16B,17.Q1,17.Q2,17A Published: Jun 29, 2017

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ERICSSON IPR Table of Contents General Information   3 Purpose 3 Intended Audience   3

Table of Contents

General Information

 

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Purpose

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Intended Audience

 

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Change Request Process

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Overview

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Overview of Activity

 

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Service Impacts

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Coordination

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Deliverables and Responsibilities

 

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Prerequisites and Dependencies

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Prerequisites:

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Equipment Identification

 

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Entrance Criteria

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Exit Criteria

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Terminology

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Precautions and Preparations

 

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Precautions

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Safety and Environmental Documents

 

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Required Documents

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Job Preparations

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Tools & Test Sets

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Supplies

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Software

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Additional Files for Mixed Mode Deployments

 

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Usernames and Passwords

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Procedures

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Connect to Baseband LMT port

 

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Change Local Terminal IP Address

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Disable

Firewall

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ERICSSON IPR Start SFTP server on PC   19 Zero Touch, Off Site Pre-configuration 21 Offsite

Start SFTP server on PC

 

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Zero Touch, Off Site Pre-configuration

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Offsite Full Integration

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Baseband integration using locally stored configuration

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Apply Netconf format RN/TN and Post Integration scripts using Cygwin

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Additional Netconf Files for Mixed Mode Deployments

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Apply moshell scripts using Cygwin

 

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Additional Moshell Files for Mixed Mode Deployments

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Power Off

the Node

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Appendices

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Appendix

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Configuration Files Description

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Appendix - Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)

 

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Glossary

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ERICSSON IPR General Information Purpose This document provides the information and procedures for warehouse pre-staging

General Information

Purpose

This document provides the information and procedures for warehouse pre-staging of the Baseband. It applies to Baseband 5216/5212. The steps in this documents can be used for both Greenfield Baseband deployments and Baseband Migration from DUx.This NDD is valid for Baseband nodes that will be managed by either an OSS-RC or an ENM OAM platform.

This document does not cover the integration process using Smart Laptop USB or the smart phone EASi application. For integration using the Smart Laptop USB please use Baseband Integration - Smart Laptop USB User Guide and for integration using the smart phone EASi application please use Baseband Integration - EASi User Guide.

Intended Audience

Warehouse Integration Engineer

Change Request Process

If you have comments or corrections for this document, please click the Suggest a Change button below the section you wish to update.

Overview

Overview of Activity

This overview is provided as a high level look at sequences and processes covered by this document. This section does not contain any commands and is not intended to be executed.

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ERICSSON IPR Before the integration is initiated, configuration files need to be obtained and stored
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Before the integration is initiated, configuration files need to be obtained and stored on the warehouse technician's computer. These files are prepared by the engineering/scripting team. Please contact your project lead to obtain the latest configuration files for your site.

This document covers the following two warehouse Integration options:

Zero Touch, Offsite Pre-configuration

This option allows the warehouse engineer to download the Site_Basic, Site_Equipment, License file, and software Upgrade Package to the Baseband node at the warehouse. The warehouse pre- staging engineer will use the “Zero touch integration off-site pre-configuration” tab of the Baseband Network Loader Web User Interface to perform this activity. The node is then powered off and taken to the planned site, where, after power-up, the remaining portion of the integration is performed remotely from OSS-RC or the ENM.

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ERICSSON IPR Offsite Full Integration With this option the warehouse pre-staging engineer will use the “LMT
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Offsite Full Integration

With this option the warehouse pre-staging engineer will use the “LMT Integration on-site configuration” tab of the Baseband Network Loader Web User Interface to download and integrate the Baseband node with the Site_Basic, Site_Equipment, and software Upgrade Package. The warehouse engineer will also apply any TN/RN and post installation scripts in the warehouse using Cygwin and Moshell software tools.

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ERICSSON IPR After the completion of this procedure, the Baseband node is sent to the onsite
ERICSSON IPR After the completion of this procedure, the Baseband node is sent to the onsite

After the completion of this procedure, the Baseband node is sent to the onsite field technician for physical installation at the desired site. The onsite field technician should contact the OMC / NIC staff to inform them of his activities at the site. The OMC / NIC staff must verify the integration process is complete and make any necessary changes on the OSS-RC or the ENM server before the node is considered ready for operation.

Service Impacts

This document is for initial warehouse preparation and therefore there will be no impact to traffic.

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ERICSSON IPR Coordination The following users are involved in the integration process. Warehouse Technician  Performs

Coordination

The following users are involved in the integration process.

Warehouse Technician

Performs all preparation activities at the warehouse prior to node being deployed to site.

Field Technician

Performs all activities on-site.

Remote Integration Engineer

Plans the node integration and prepares configuration data on the OSS-RC.

OMC Technician

Monitors the network from an Operation and Maintenance Center (OMC).

Deliverables and Responsibilities

Responsible

Party

Responsibility

Customer

Site Access

Passwords

Equipment/Material

Customer owned Node changes

Site drawings and Special safety requirements

Ericsson

Physical install

The NIC will update the node as required. All work will be done remotely.

Local engineering team and/or GSC group will provide scripts as required

Project Management to ensure Ericsson teams complete work, stay on schedule and co-ordinate with customer PMs.

Third Party

Prerequisites or activities that will be executed by a third party

Prerequisites and Dependencies

Prerequisites:

Review all documents or references prior to performing this procedure.

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Equipment Identification

Baseband (5212/5216)

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Baseband (6620/6630)

Identification Baseband (5212/5216) Baseband (6620/6630) Baseband (C608) IPR Entrance Criteria  All scripts,

Baseband (C608)

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Entrance Criteria

All scripts, software loads and licenses are available on the warehouse technician's laptop.

Baseband Hardware is available.

Exit Criteria

Baseband is ready to be sent to its assigned site.

Terminology

The table below shows a list of some of the old integration methods and their corresponding new names starting in release 16B and onward.

Old Name

New Name

Auto integration without laptop

Zero Touch Integration

Warehouse integration/installation

Zero Touch Integration, off-site pre-configuration

Auto integration with laptop

LMT Integration

Semi-automatic/automated integration

LMT Integration, on-site configuration

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ERICSSON IPR Precautions and Preparations Precautions Observe the general safety precautions against personal injury and

Precautions and Preparations

Precautions

Observe the general safety precautions against personal injury and equipment damage outlined in the Safety and Environmental documents listed under Section, “Safety and Environmental Documents”.

Safety and Environmental Documents

Required Documents

NRO Deployment Documentation (NDD) can be found in CMS at prscms.ericsson.net.

Before using this document:

The user of this document must be proficient in all required safety procedures for the geographic location in which this NDD is being applied.

In geographic locations requiring accreditation, the document user must have a certification of accreditation on file with his/her company.

For information related to safety procedures and access to them, the document user will contact his/her safety prime or local Installation or Integration representative.

Job Preparations

Arrange all materials, tools, and test equipment at the work location so that they are nearby and ready for use.

Tools & Test Sets

The tools and test sets listed in the table below are required to perform the procedures in this document.

Tools & Test Sets

QTY

Description

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PC for Integration

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ERICSSON IPR Supplies The supplies listed in the table below are required to perform the procedures

Supplies

The supplies listed in the table below are required to perform the procedures in this document.

Supplies

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Description

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Ethernet Cable for communication to Baseband LMT port.

Software

The Onsite technician must have the following software/hardware and be familiar with it’s use.

PC to be used as local terminal & Ethernet cable

sFTP Server installed on local terminal (Core FTP mini-Server used in this document)

Latest Firefox or Chrome web browsers

The configuration files needed depending on the integration method being performed at the site. If performing "LMT Integration on-site configuration", it is necessary to have at least 800 MB free space on the C: drive of the local computer to allow for storage of the Baseband software.

Core FTP mini-sftp server:

SFTP Server is installed on the technician's PC. The SFTP server is used for storage and transfer of configuration files to the node through the Local Maintenance Terminal (LMT) port

This document refers to Core FTP mini-sftp server. It can be downloaded for free at http://CoreFTP.com

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ERICSSON IPR From the Core FTP Server / SFTP server download page, search for the word

From the Core FTP Server / SFTP server download page, search for the word "mini", to locate and download the mini version of the software.

to locate and download the mini version of the software. Cygwin and Moshell: Cygwin is used

Cygwin and Moshell:

Cygwin is used as a way to run native Linux app on windows used to launch AMOS to login to the node locally and execute commands.

Detailed instructions on how to install Cygwin can be found at

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ERICSSON IPR Cygwin can also be downloaded directly from https://www.cygwin.com/ Also, here is a direct
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Cygwin can also be downloaded directly from https://www.cygwin.com/

Also, here is a direct link to the Moshell installation instructions

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ERICSSON IPR Additional Files for Mixed Mode Deployments There will be multiple Radio Network (RN) files

Additional Files for Mixed Mode Deployments

There will be multiple Radio Network (RN) files and multiple post Install scripts in Mixed Mode deployments. The first 2 digits at the start of the file name indicate the order in which the files are applied. The additional scripts are applied in the same manner as the scripts for single mode.

Usernames and Passwords

rbs/rbs is the Baseband local maintenance username and password that is used in this document. Check with you project lead if your region, market, or customer is using a different local maintenance username and password for the Baseband.

Procedures

Connect to Baseband LMT port

Change Local Terminal IP Address

This procedure will change the IP address of the local terminal to allow it to connect to the Baseband.

Change IP Address on Laptop

Step

Task/Observation

1

Connect a standard Ethernet cable from the local terminal to the LMT port of the Baseband.

 

Go to the Start (Windows) Button, and select Search Programs and Files, and type

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cmd

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Under Programs, cmd.exe is listed, right click on it and select Run as administrator.

 

When User Access Control asks, Do you want to allow the following program to make

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changes to this computer? select Yes

 

In the command window that opens type:

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For Windows 7:

netsh interface ip set address name="Local Area Connection" static 169.254.2.1 255.255.255.0 169.254.2.2

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ERICSSON IPR   For Windows 10: netsh interface ip set address name="Ethernet" static 169.254.2.1
 

For Windows 10:

netsh interface ip set address name="Ethernet" static 169.254.2.1 255.255.255.0 169.254.2.2

 

Check that the "Local Area Connection" or "Ethernet" IP address of the computer has been changed.

For Windows 7:

netsh int ipv4 show addresses "Local Area Connection"

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For Windows 10:

netsh int ip show addresses "Ethernet"

int ipv4 show addresses "Local Area Connection" 6 For Windows 10: netsh int ip show addresses

Disable Firewall

This procedure will disable the Symantec firewall on an Ericsson computer when it is not connected to an Ericsson network.

Disable Symantec Firewall

Step

Task/Observation

1

Go to the Start (Windows) Button, and select Search Programs and Files, and type Symantec.

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Right click on Symantec Endpoint Protection and choose Run as Administrator.

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computer, click yes.
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Click Change Settings.

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Next to Client Management click - Configure Settings.

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Set the location setting to - Out of Ericsson Premises. Click OK.

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Wait 20 seconds for the system to update.

 

Next to Network Threat Protection, click Change Settings.

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Remove the check from the box labeled Enable Firewall and Click OK.

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Start SFTP server on PC

The instructions in this document refer to Core FTP mini-ftp server.

Start SFTP Server

Step

Task/Observation

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Open the SFTP server software.

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In the user field type: rbs

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In the password field type: rbs

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In the port field type: 22

 

In the root path type: C:\Node_Integration

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Click - START

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Zero Touch, Off Site Pre-configuration Skip this procedure and go to the next section if

Zero Touch, Off Site Pre-configuration

Skip this procedure and go to the next section if you are planning on performing "Offsite Full Integration".

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Baseband download using the Network Loader's "Zero touch integration off-site pre-
configuration" tab.
Step
Task/Observation
Open a browser and connect to the Baseband Emergency Access window.
https://169.254.2.2/ea.html
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Note: Approve the security certificate for this node local web site. The IP address of the LMT port is
by default 169.254.2.2.
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If the Node status shows "Node has not been up" then skip this step.

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If Node status shows "Node is working" then click on "Board restore" to clear all
If Node status shows "Node is working" then click on "Board restore" to clear all
If Node status shows "Node is working" then click on "Board restore" to clear all existing data
from the Baseband.
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Open a new browser window and connect to the Baseband.
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Select "Zero touch integration off-site pre-configuration" tab in the web interface. ERICSSON IPR Note: Approve
Select "Zero touch integration off-site pre-configuration" tab in the web interface. ERICSSON IPR Note: Approve
Select "Zero touch integration off-site pre-configuration" tab in the web interface.
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by default 169.254.2.2.
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In the HOST field type the IP address of the local terminal: 169.254.2.1
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In the Username field type: rbs
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In the password Field type: rbs
In the Site Installation File field type the full name of the RBS Summary File.
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Note: The RBS Summary File is created for each site and may have extra characters in the name.

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ERICSSON IPR You will need to type the full file name as it is shown.
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You will need to type the full file name as it is shown.
For example: RBSSummary_G2RBS_22_Lu_SK_Telecom_2015_10_23T06_53_32Z.xml
Click on the Download Files button.
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The system will start downloading and installing the software. This will take 5-10 minutes.

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Note: If you observe any errors during the execution of the script, please take a capture of the error
and send it to the engineering team that provided you the script
When the download is complete, save the AutoIntegration log that is displayed on the web
browser window to your PC and give it a name indicative of the site name.
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The easiest way to save the log is to click in the log window and select all, then copy and
paste the log content into notepad or any other text editor.

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ERICSSON IPR You could also click on the "Export AutoIntegration log" button and provide your
ERICSSON IPR You could also click on the "Export AutoIntegration log" button and provide your
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IP address, username, password, and filename you would like to give for the log. The web
browser will use sftp to send the log file to your PC.

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The warehouse pre-configuration a.k.a "Zero touch integration off-site pre-configuraton" complete. Power off the node and safely package the node in proper ESD shipping

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material

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Offsite Full Integration

The warehouse pre-staging engineer will use the “LMT Integration on-site configuration” tab of the Baseband Network Loader to download and integrate the Baseband node. The engineer will also apply the TN/RN and any post installation scripts in the warehouse using the Cygwin and Moshell software tools.

Note: Do not perform this section if you have already performed the Zero Touch, Offsite Pre- configuration procedure above.

Baseband integration using locally stored configuration files.

Baseband integration using the Network Loader's "LMT Integration on-site configuration" tab.

Step

Task/Observation

 

Open a browser and connect to the Baseband Emergency Access window.

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https://169.254.2.2/ea.html

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If the Node status shows "Node has not been up" then skip this step.
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If Node status shows "Node is working" then click on "Board restore" to clear all existing data
from the Baseband.

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ERICSSON IPR Note: It takes about 5 minutes for the board restore to complete. Open
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Open a new browser window and connect to the Baseband node using the LMT port IP
address.
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Verify "LMT integration on-site configuration" tab is selected and is colored in blue

configuration" tab is selected and is colored in blue Note: Approve the security certificate for this

Note: Approve the security certificate for this node local web site. The IP address of the LMT port is by default 169.254.2.2.

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In the HOST field type the IP address of the local terminal: 169.254.2.1

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In the Username field type: rbs

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In the password Field type: rbs

 

In the Site Installation File field type the full name of the RBS Summary File.

Note: The RBS Summary File is created for each site and may have extra characters in the name.

You will need to type the full file name as it is shown.

For example: RBSSummary_G2RBS_22_Lu_SK_Telecom_2015_10_23T06_53_32Z.xml

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Click on the Download Files button. The system will start downloading and installing the software.
Click on the Download Files button. The system will start downloading and installing the software.
Click on the Download Files button.
The system will start downloading and installing the software. This step can take up to 20
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and send it to the engineering team that provided you the script
Once the download is complete click on the Integrate button.
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Note: If you observe any errors during the execution of the script, please take a capture of the error
and send it to the engineering team that provided you the script
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The system will start integration and reboot.
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Wait 5 to 10 minutes and check the AutoIntegration log to see if SITE_CONFIG_COMPLETE
message is displayed.

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when using this method of integration.
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Check the Emergency Access browser window to ensure the Node Status shows: “Node is
working.”
Save the AutoIntegration log that is displayed on the web browser window to your PC and
give it a name indicative of the site name.
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The easiest way to save the log is to click in the log window and select all, then copy and
paste the log content into notepad or any other text editor.

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IP address, username, password, and filename you would like to give for the log. The web
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Apply Netconf format RN/TN and Post Integration scripts using Cygwin

Netconf scripts are applied to the Baseband node using a Cygwin terminal window and the moshell application.

The first 2 digits at the start of the file name indicate the order in which the files are applied.

Note: Do not apply SiteBasic and SiteEquipment files using this method. Those 2 files are applied to the Baseband in the previous steps using the Network Loader Web interface.

Apply Netconf RN/TN and post integration scripts in Cygwin Step Task/Observation Store the RN/TN and
Apply Netconf RN/TN and post integration scripts in Cygwin
Step
Task/Observation
Store the RN/TN and any other post integration Netconf xml scripts in Cygwin
c:\cygwin\home\scripts folder.
Note: The exact path of the files may be different depending on Cygwin home directory.
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Open Cygwin and go to the folder where the scripts are stored.
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cd /home/scripts

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ERICSSON IPR In the Cygwin window, moshell to the Baseband using the LMT port IP address.
ERICSSON IPR In the Cygwin window, moshell to the Baseband using the LMT port IP address.

In the Cygwin window, moshell to the Baseband using the LMT port IP address.

3

moshell 169.254.2.2

using the LMT port IP address. 3 moshell 169.254.2.2 Once connected to the Baseband, type: lt

Once connected to the Baseband, type: lt all

4

When prompted, type rbs for username and rbs for the password.

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ERICSSON IPR Run the TN Netconf script with command: Note: Always run the TN file
ERICSSON IPR Run the TN Netconf script with command: Note: Always run the TN file
ERICSSON
IPR
Run the TN Netconf script with command:
Note: Always run the TN file first, before the RN file.
>netconf TN_G2RBS_99_UAT_G2_16_1_1_Trial_Claro_2016_04_26T16_24_48Z.xml
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Note: Replace "TN_G2RBS_99_UAT_G2_16_1_1_Trial_Claro_2016_04_26T16_24_48Z.xml" with the
actual TN script file name for your node. If you observe any errors during the execution of the
script, please take a capture of the error and send it to the engineering team that provided you the
script.
Save an image on the Baseband after the execution of each script.
6
>cvms TN_Applied
Verify the image is saved by listing all the saved image names on the Baseband using the
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cvls command:
>cvls

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ERICSSON IPR Run the RN Netconf script with command: Note: Always run the TN file
ERICSSON IPR Run the RN Netconf script with command: Note: Always run the TN file
ERICSSON
IPR
Run the RN Netconf script with command:
Note: Always run the TN file first, before the RN file.
>netconf RN_G2RBS_99_UAT_G2_16_1_1_Trial_Claro_2016_04_26T16_24_48Z.xml
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Note: Replace "RN_G2RBS_99_UAT_G2_16_1_1_Trial_Claro_2016_04_26T16_24_48Z.xml" with the
actual RN script file name for your node. If you observe any errors during the execution of the
script, please take a capture of the error and send it to the engineering team that provided you the
script.
Save an image on the Baseband after the execution of each script.
9
>cvms RN_Applied
Verify the image is saved by listing all the saved image names on the Baseband using the
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cvls command:
>cvls

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ERICSSON IPR Run any provided post integration Netconf scripts with command: Note: Cell relations scripts,
ERICSSON IPR Run any provided post integration Netconf scripts with command: Note: Cell relations scripts,
ERICSSON
IPR
Run any provided post integration Netconf scripts with command:
Note: Cell relations scripts, feature activation scripts, and any other node specific scripts are
examples of post integration scripts that could be provided in netconf format.
>netconf Feat_Act_G2RBS_99_UAT_G2_16_1_1_Trial_Claro_2016_04_26T16_24_48Z.xml
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Note: Replace "Feat_Act_G2RBS_99_UAT_G2_16_1_1_Trial_Claro_2016_04_26T16_24_48Z.xml"
with the actual script file name for your node. If you observe any errors during the execution of the
script, please take a capture of the error and send it to the engineering team that provided you the
script.
Save an image on the Baseband after the execution of each script.
12
>cvms Feature_Activation_Applied
Verify the image is saved by listing all the saved image names on the Baseband using the
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cvls command:
>cvls

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ERICSSON IPR Restart the node manually after the Feature Activation completed. >acc FieldReplacementUnit=1 restartUnit
ERICSSON IPR Restart the node manually after the Feature Activation completed. >acc FieldReplacementUnit=1 restartUnit

Restart the node manually after the Feature Activation completed.

>acc FieldReplacementUnit=1 restartUnit

The reboot process will prompt for several variables. Type "y" when prompted to confirm the restart. Then type "1" to indicate "RESTART_COLD", type "0" for "PLANNED_RECONFIGURATION", and finally type a text string indicative of the reason for the restart; for example, "updates".

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reason for the restart; for example, "updates". 14 Once the Baseband is backup, type: lt all

Once the Baseband is backup, type: lt all

15

When prompted, type rbs for username and rbs for the password.

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ERICSSON IPR   Repeat the same steps to apply any other scripts provided in netconf format.
 

Repeat the same steps to apply any other scripts provided in netconf format.

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Note: If you observe any errors during the execution of the script, please take a capture of the error and send it to the engineering team that provided you the script

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When done, type quit to exit out of moshell.

Additional Netconf Files for Mixed Mode Deployments

There will be multiple Radio Network (RN) files and multiple post Install scripts in Mixed Mode deployments. The first 2 digits at the start of the file name indicate the order in which the files are applied. Use the same procedure above to apply any additional Netconf (.xml) files provided for Mixed Mode node Integration.

Apply moshell scripts using Cygwin

Moshell scripts are applied to the Baseband node using a Cygwin terminal window and the moshell application.

The first 2 digits at the start of the file name indicate the order in which the files are applied.

Apply moshell scripts in Cygwin

Step

Task/Observation

Store the moshell scripts in Cygwin c:\cygwin\home\scripts folder.

1

Note: The exact path of the files may be different depending on Cygwin home directory.

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ERICSSON IPR Open Cygwin and go to the folder where the scripts are stored. 2 cd
ERICSSON IPR Open Cygwin and go to the folder where the scripts are stored. 2 cd

Open Cygwin and go to the folder where the scripts are stored.

2

cd /home/scripts

the folder where the scripts are stored. 2 cd /home/scripts In the Cygwin window, moshell to

In the Cygwin window, moshell to the Baseband using the LMT port IP address.

3

moshell 169.254.2.2

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ERICSSON IPR Once connected to the Baseband, type: lt all When prompted, type rbs for
ERICSSON IPR Once connected to the Baseband, type: lt all When prompted, type rbs for
ERICSSON
IPR
Once connected to the Baseband, type: lt all
When prompted, type rbs for username and rbs for the password.
4
5
Execute the Feature Activation Script from Cygwin terminal.

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ERICSSON IPR   >run FeatureActivation.mos Note: If you observe any errors during the execution of the
 

>run FeatureActivation.mos

Note: If you observe any errors during the execution of the script, please take a capture of the error and send it to the engineering team that provided you the script.

 

Save an image on the Baseband after the execution of each script.

6

>cvms FeatureActivation_Applied

 

Verify the image is saved by listing all the saved image names on the Baseband using the command: cvls

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7
 

Restart the node manually after the Feature Activation completed.

>acc FieldReplacementUnit=1 restartUnit

8

The reboot process will prompt for several variables. Type "y" when prompted to confirm the restart. Then type "1" to indicate "RESTART_COLD", type "0" for "PLANNED_RECONFIGURATION", and finally type a text string indicative of the reason for the restart; for example, "updates".

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ERICSSON IPR     Once the Baseband is backup, type: lt all 9 When prompted, type
 
 
 

Once the Baseband is backup, type: lt all

9

When prompted, type rbs for username and rbs for the password.

 

Execute the Post Integration Script from Cygwin terminal.

>run PostIntegration.mos

10

Note: If you observe any errors during the execution of the script, please take a capture of the error and send it to the engineering team that provided you the script

 

Save an image on the Baseband after the execution of each script.

11

>cvms PostIntegartion_Applied

12

Verify the image is saved by listing all the saved image names on the Baseband using the command: cvls

 

Execute the Cell Relation Script from Cygwin terminal.

>run CellRelation.mos

13

Note: If you observe any errors during the execution of the script, please take a capture of the error and send it to the engineering team that provided you the script

 

Save an image on the Baseband after the execution of each script.

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>cvms CellRelation_Applied

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ERICSSON IPR 15 Verify the image is saved by listing all the saved image names on

15

Verify the image is saved by listing all the saved image names on the Baseband using the command: cvls

16

When done, type quit to exit out of moshell.

Additional Moshell Files for Mixed Mode Deployments

There will be multiple Radio Network (RN) files and multiple post Install scripts in Mixed Mode deployments. The first 2 digits at the start of the file name indicate the order in which the files are applied. Use the same procedure above to apply any additional Moshell files provided for Mixed Mode node Integration.

Power Off the Node

For warehouse installations, when the integration is complete, power off the node and safely package the node in proper ESD shipping material in preparation for transportation to the site.

Appendices

Appendix - Configuration Files Description

The table below provides a brief description of the standard configuration files used during Baseband node integration.

File Name

File Type

File Content

RbsSummary

Netconf (.xml)

Contains the paths to the SiteBasic and SiteEquipment files used in the integration.

SiteBasic

Netconf (.xml)

Contains Security management, system management, and transport network configuration.

SiteEquipment

Netconf (.xml)

Contains information related to node hardware.

Transport Network (TN)

Netconf (.xml)

Contains configuration related to the transport / backhaul of the node.

Radio Network (RN)

Netconf (.xml)

Contains configuration related to the wireless / radio access technology being deployed i.e. LTE, WCDMA, GSM.

Feature Activation script

Moshell (.mos)

Activates Node features.

Post Integration script

Moshell (.mos)

Applies customer / market specific parameters to the site.

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ERICSSON IPR Cell Relations script Moshell (.mos) Defines node cell relations. Upgrade Package (UP) ZIP

Cell Relations script

Moshell (.mos)

Defines node cell relations.

Upgrade Package (UP)

ZIP

Contains Network Loader and Software Installation files.

License Key File (LKF)

XML

License keys for node features.

Appendix - Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)

This document contains Ericsson Intellectual Property (IP) also known as Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). This document was created using modified/selective content from the Telcordia GR- 1275 Central Office/Network Environment Equipment Installation/Removal Generic Requirements Issue 12.

This document is not intended for use by external customers or any customer delegate, including Third Party vendors and/or sub-contractors. Review of this document with customers should only occur with the knowledge, consent and control of Ericsson personnel in a manner where content is not distributed to the customer.

The following Table of IPR examples is provided as reference information and examples to identify Ericsson Intellectual Property (IP). This information is provided for use by Ericsson Customer Unit interfacing functions.

Detailed Acceptance Plans/Test Cases

Detailed Assembly Instructions/Diagrams

Cable Diagrams

Connections

Software upgrade command lines

Processes

Configuration files/scripts

Ericsson Developed Applications (Apps)

Industrial design

Session logs

Restricted User Level Passwords

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Installation Instructions

Commissioning Instructions

Integration Instructions

Integration files/scripts

Copyright material

Patent material

Trademark material

Ericsson Radio Frequency Specs

Debug logs

Detailed Patch Procedures

Any capture of Ericsson messaging traffic (i.e. Wire Shark)

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ERICSSON IPR  IOT (Inter-Operability Test) and Integration Processes Glossary The Glossary is used to define

IOT (Inter-Operability Test) and Integration Processes

Glossary

The Glossary is used to define the Terms and Acronyms used throughout the document.

Term/Acronym

Definition

AIWS

Auto Integration Web Service

AP

Auto Provisioning

ARNE

Add Remove Network Element

BSIM

Base Station Integration Manager

CLI

Command Line Interface

DU

Digital Unit

DUR

Document Update Request

ENM

Ericsson Network Manager

FTP

File Transfer Protocol

G1

Generation 1 node (i.e. DUL / DUS / DUG)

G2

Generation 2 node (i.e. Baseband 5212 / 5216)

GUI

Graphical User Interface

IPR

Intellectual Property Rights

L/G

LTE / GSM

L/W

LTE / WCDMA

LKF

License Key File

LMT

Local Maintenance Terminal

NDD

NRO Deployment Document

NIC

Network Integration Center

OMC

Operations and Maintenance Center

OSS-RC

Operations Support System - Radio and Core

RBS

Radio Base Station

RN

Radio Network

RRU

Remote Radio Unit

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ERICSSON IPR SFTP Secure FTP SIF Site Installation File SMRS Software Management Repository Services

SFTP

Secure FTP

SIF

Site Installation File

SMRS

Software Management Repository Services

TN

Transport Network

UP

Upgrade Package

USB

Universal Serial Bus

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