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ZXSDR BTS Configuration for GU Co-site

Objective

After this course you will

Understand basic conception of GU co-site Master the networking of GU co-site Understand the configuration flow of GU co-site Grasp the operation of LMT, OMCB, OMCR Grasp the meanings of each key parameter for SDR

Note Before learning this course, students need to have an overall understanding of the configuration process for GSM or UMTS single mode ..

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration OMCB Configuration BSC Configuration RNC Configuration

SDR Architecture

BS8700 Antenn BBU a BB CPRI FS RRU Fiber Radio Radio E SA/ Unit Unit 1
BS8700
Antenn
BBU
a
BB
CPRI
FS
RRU
Fiber
Radio
Radio
E
SA/
Unit
Unit
1
STM-
SE/
CC
1
NIS
GE/F
E
Control
Clock Signaling
Data
+
RRU
B8200
=
The structure of BS8700 is BBU plus RRU, with separated modules as Base The structure of
The structure of BS8700 is BBU plus RRU, with separated modules as Base
The structure of BS8700 is BBU plus RRU, with separated modules as Base
band unit and RF unit.
band unit and RF unit.

IP Abis/Iub Interface

Different from traditional base stations, SDR base stations adopt the all-IP architecture. Their Abis/Iub interfaces use the IP protocol and physical bearing medium is FE/GE or E1/T1 (IP over E1/T1) instead of traditional TDM over E1/T1. IP over E1/T1 can take advantage of the existing transmission equipment to save investment. FE/GE can obtain more bandwidth, which complies with the evolution trend of the IP-based telecommunications system.

OMCB Definition

OMCB- Operate and Maintenance Center for Node B

OMCB Definition  OMCB- Operate and Maintenance Center for Node B

Networking of GU Co-site

Networking of GU Co-site

Configuration Flow

Data planning is kernel part process of the entire SDR data configuration.

Hardware Inspection checks the SDR rack, board, physical connection, antenna, and external alarms. It is performed on the construction site and is not introduced in this manual.

LMT is a quick configuration tool for a single SDR base station. A maintenance engineer can connect the SDR and perform data configuration by LMT.

OMCB is the network management configuration tool for SDR base stations. After SDR is connected to OMCB, all the LMT functions can be performed by OMCB.

The BSC/RNC side uses the interfacing data with SDR.

Configuration Flow      Data planning is kernel part process of the entire

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration OMCB Configuration BSC Configuration RNC Configuration

Racks and Boards Planning

Rack 1: one BBU (B8200)

Rack 2: one RRU (R8860), with the working frequency band of 1800MHz and the radio system of GSM

Rack 3: one RRU (R8840), with the working frequency band of 2,100 MHz and the radio system of WCDMA

Racks and Boards Planning    Rack 1: one BBU (B8200) Rack 2: one RRU

Transmission Resource Planning

Transmission Resource Planning

Planning of SDR Transmission Resources and IP addresses

Name

Meaning

Address

GSM IP

GSM IP address of SDR

 

172.18.6.18/24

WCDMA IP (IPoE1)

WCDMA IP address of SDR (IP over E1)

 

110.10.6.18/24

WCDMA IP (IPoFE)

WCDMA IP address of SDR (IP over FE)

 

60.30.6.18/24

OMCB Link IP

OMCB Link IP address of SDR

 

112.12.6.18/24

EUIP_2GSDR

IP address of iBSC for SDR Gateway (IPoverE1)

172.18.6.254/24

EUIP_3GSDR

IP address of RNC for SDR Gateway (IPoverE1)

110.10.6.254/24

 

IP address

of

the OMCB channel

for

SDR O&M

EUIP_OMCB_CH

Gateway

112.12.6.254/24

GIPI_3GSDR

IP address of RNC for SDR Gateway (IPoverFE)

60.30.6.254/24

GIPI_OMCB

IP address of RNC for OMCB Gateway

 

139.29.12.254/24

OMCB_IP

OMCB IP address configured for RNC

 

139.29.12.1/24

IP Abis

IP Abis virtual address of iBSC

 

20.20.0.1

IP Iub

IP Iub virtual address 1 of RNC

 

30.20.0.1

IP Iub virtual address 2 of RNC

 

30.30.0.1

OMCB_CH_IP

OMCB Channel IP

 

113.40.0.1

Time Slot Allocation

E1 Link

HDLC ID in

Connection

ID

Time Slot

HDLC ID

BSC/RNC Side

Object

Remarks

Link ID0

Slot 1-31

HDLC ID0

HDLC ID 1

iBSC

Transparent transmission via RNC

Link ID1

Slot 1-31

HDLC ID1

HDLC ID 2

RNC

Straight-through

Link ID2

Slot 1-31

HDLC ID2

HDLC ID 3

RNC

Straight-through

Link ID3

Slot 3-31

HDLC ID3

HDLC ID 4

RNC

Straight-through

Link ID3

Slot 1-2

HDLC ID4

HDLC ID 5

RNC

O&M Link of OMCB

SCTP Association Parameters

Parameter

Meaning

Planned Value

Remarks

 

GSM site number (SCTP port

Configure SDR port

GSM No.

number of 2GSDR)

6

number in the case of SCTP for GSM

Node B ID

UMTS site number

6

-

iBSC Port No.

SCTP port number of iBSC

The home CMP module number of SDR is 3.

SCTP port number of iBSC = 14592 + home CMP module number of SDR

RNC Port No.

SCTP port number of RNC

777

The configuration of RNC is consistent with that of SDR

3GSDR Port No.

SCTP port number of 2GSDR

777

The configuration of RNC is consistent with that of SDR

GSM Radio Resource

RF Unit

R8860

Cell

S4

Carrier Wave Power

20W for each Carrier Wave

Frequency point

520, 523, 527, 532

BCCH Frequency point

520

MCC

460

MNC

2

LAC

30

CI

6

NCC

0

BCC

0

UMTS Radio Resource

RF Unit

R8840

Carriers

3C

Carrier Wave Power

20W for each Carrier Wave

Frequency point

1920, 1925, 1930, 2110, 2115,2120

MCC

460

MNC

2

LAC

1

Local Cell ID

0,1,2

Clock, Environment, and Monitored Data

Data Type

Configuration

Environment Monitoring Configuration

Default

Dry Contact Alarm Configuration

Main Power Supply has a fault alarm

Clock Source Priority Configuration

GPS: High priority; Line clock: Low priority

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration

Overview Create SDR Physical Data Configuring Transmission Resource Configuring Radio Resource

OMCB Configuration BSC Configuration RNC Configuration

Configuration Flow

Configuration Flow

LMT Login to SDR

LMT Use Prerequisite

Install the jre-6u2-windows-i586-p.exe Install the LMT software.

Login Mode

Online configuration Offline configuration

Login Steps

IP calculation of BBU’s boards IP configuration of the debugging device

How to distinguish between the active CC and standby

CC

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration

Overview Create SDR Physical Data Configuring Transmission Resource Configuring Radio Resource

OMCB Configuration BSC Configuration RNC Configuration

Create Basic Attribute

Create Basic Attribute

Create Rack

Create Rack
Create Rack

Create Topology Structure

Upper level and lower level: the board or

rack close to the BBU is of the upper level,

while the board or rack far away from the

BBU is of the lower level.

Each FS board in the BBU provides six

optical fiber interfaces used to connect

RRUs. From the front of the FS board, you

can see that the interface numbers are 0,

1, 2, 3, 4, 5 from right to left. The RRU

provides two optical fiber interfaces via the

DTR board. One is used to connect the

BBU with the interface number of LC0; the

other is used to connect the lower-level

RRU with the optical interface number of

LC1.Select star or link for the topology

type. RRS cascade can be realized only

when the topology type is link.

Create Topology Structure  Upper level and lower level: the board or rack close to the

Create Environment Monitoring

The environment monitoring parameters are automatically configured when a new board is added. The operator may adjust the threshold values by modifying the environment monitoring configuration.

Create Environment Monitoring  The environment monitoring parameters are automatically configured when a new board is

Create Dry Contact

Create Dry Contact

Create Clock Reference Source

Create Clock Reference Source

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration

Overview Create SDR Physical Data Configuring Transmission Resource Configuring Radio Resource

OMCB Configuration BSC Configuration RNC Configuration

Transmission Resource Configuration Flow

Transmission Resource Configuration Flow To supports the SDR auto-link function, even though the Abis interface only

To supports the SDR auto-link function, even though the Abis interface

only uses one HDLC channel, ML-PPP is still selected in Bearer Protocol.

Create E1/T1 Line (IPoE1)

The SA provides eight pairs of E1 cables totally, respectively corresponding to Link ID0~Link ID07. 0 indicates the first pair of E1 cable, corresponding to the serial No. of the physical connection as 1 and 2. Link ID is used during creating the HDLC channel.

If the link type is set as BSC + RNC, it indicates that GSM and WCDMA share one E1 link (time slot sharing mode). In this topic, the SDR connects with the RNC through three E1 links, and connects with the iBSC by RNC transparent transmission through one E1 link.

Create E1/T1 Line (IPoE1)   The SA provides eight pairs of E1 cables totally, respectively

Create HDLC Parameter (IPoE1)

Create HDLC Parameter (IPoE1)
Create HDLC Parameter (IPoE1)
Create PPP Parameter (IPoE1) Connection PPP ID Used HDLC ID Object PPP ID 0 PPP ID
Create PPP Parameter (IPoE1)
Connection
PPP ID
Used HDLC ID
Object
PPP ID 0
PPP ID 1
PPP ID 2
HDLC ID0
iBSC
HDLC ID1~3
RNC
HDLC ID4
OMCB

Create FE Parameter (IPoFE)

Create FE Parameter (IPoFE)

Create Global Port

ZTE defines the global port as follows: For the transmission mode such as FE or E1, the data formats are unified after passing the global port, and the subsequent configuration has no difference between IPoE1 and IPoFE.

Create Global Port  ZTE defines the global port as follows: For the transmission mode such

Create IP Parameter

IP ID0: WCDMA IP (IPoFE) uses it. IP ID1: GSM IP uses it. IP ID2: WCDMA IP (IPoE1) uses it. IP ID3: OMCB Link IP uses it.

Create IP Parameter     IP ID0: WCDMA IP (IPoFE) uses it. IP ID1:

Create SCTP Association

Create SCTP Association

Create SCTP Stream (Only for WCDMA)

This configuration is available only for WCDMA. The service types include NCP and CCP as follows:

NCP: Node B control port, which manages signaling interaction in the common process. CCP: Communication control port, which manages signaling interaction in the dedicated process.

Create SCTP Stream (Only for WCDMA) This configuration is available only for WCDMA. The service types

Create OMC-B Link

Create OMC-B Link
Create OMC-B Link

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration

Overview Create SDR Physical Data Configuring Transmission Resource Configuring Radio Resource

OMCB Configuration BSC Configuration RNC Configuration

Create RRU Common Parameter

Create RRU Common Parameter

Create RF Connection

Create RF Connection
Create RF Connection
Create RF Connection

Create GSM Radio Resource

Create GSM Radio Resource

Create WCDMA Radio Resource

Create WCDMA Radio Resource

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration OMCB Configuration

Overview Configure Basic Properties Configuring SDR Physical Data Configuring Transmission Resource Configuring Radio Resource Data Synchronization & Upload

OMCB Configuration Flow

OMCB Configuration Flow

Add a Route

1 The command used to add a route on OMCB (SBCX) is:

#route add -net 112.12.6.18 gw 139.29.12.254 netmask 255.255.255.0 139.29.12.1

Note Note

In the LINUX system, the command used to add a route is:

route add -net destination network address gw next-hop address netmask IP address

of the network mask

2 After the operation, execute the netstat –nr command to view the route.

3 Set a permanent route. After adding the route using the route add command, to

avoid route loss after restarting the SBCX, you can add the line blow into the /etc/rc.d

/rc.local file as the root user:

#route add –net 112.12.6.18 gw 139.29.12.254 netmask 255.255.255.0 139.29.12.1

Modify Server Configuration File

Modify deploy-030womcb.properties

1 Log in to the server as the OMC user.

  • 2 Enter the …\ums-svr\deploy directory, and then open the deploy-

030womcb.properties file.

  • 3 Modify the fields in the red box to OMCB_IP.

Modify Server Configuration File  Modify deploy-030womcb.properties 1 . Log in to the server as the

Modify FTP Configuration File as the OMC User

  • 1. Log in as the gomcr user, and then check whether userdefined-uep-psl-

ftpserver.port in the /home/gomcr/ums-svr/deploy/deploy-gsmomcr01.properties

file is 20021.

  • 2 Log in as the root user, and then check whether listen_port in the

/etc/vsftpd/vsftpd.conf file is 10021.

Modify Server Configuration File

Modify the deploy-default.properties file as the OMC user

1 Log in to the server as the OMC user.

2 Enter the …\ums-svr\deploy directory, and then open the deploy-

default.properties file.

3 Search the userdefined-uep-psl-ftpserver.port field and make sure that the value

of this field is identical with the configuration of the ftpserver port enabled on the OMCB

server. If it is not, then modify the value to 20021.

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration OMCB Configuration

Overview Configure Basic Properties Configuring SDR Physical Data Configuring Transmission Resource Configuring Radio Resource Data Synchronization & Upload

Create SDR Management NE

Create SDR Management NE

Apply Mutex Right

Apply Mutex Right
Apply Mutex Right

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration OMCB Configuration

Overview Configure Basic Properties Configuring SDR Physical Data Configuring Transmission Resource Configuring Radio Resource Data Synchronization & Upload

Create Base Station Equipment Resource Management

Create Base Station Equipment Resource Management

Create BBU Rack

Create BBU Rack

Create RRU Rack

Create RRU Rack
Create RRU Rack
Create RRU Rack
Create RRU Rack

Create Rack Topology

Create Rack Topology

Create Antenna

Create Antenna

Create Clock Source Priority

Create Clock Source Priority

Create Dry Contact Alarm

Create Dry Contact Alarm

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration OMCB Configuration

Overview Configure Basic Properties Configuring SDR Physical Data Configuring Transmission Resource Configuring Radio Resource Data Synchronization & Upload

Transmission Resource Configuration Flow

Transmission Resource Configuration Flow

Create E1/T1 Line (IPoE1)

Create E1/T1 Line (IPoE1)
Create E1/T1 Line (IPoE1)

Create High-Level Data Link Control (IPoE1)

Create High-Level Data Link Control (IPoE1)

Create PPP (IPoE1)

 

Connection

PPP ID

Used HDLC ID

Object

PPP ID 0

HDLC ID0

iBSC

PPP ID 1

HDLC ID1~3

RNC

PPP ID 2

HDLC ID4

OMCB

Create PPP (IPoE1) PPP ID Used HDLC ID Object PPP ID 0 HDLC ID0 iBSC PPP

Create Ethernet(IPoFE)

Create Ethernet(IPoFE)

Create Global Port

Create Global Port
Create Global Port

Create IP Parameter

IP ID0: WCDMA IP (IPoFE) uses it. IP ID1: GSM IP uses it. IP ID2: WCDMA IP (IPoE1) uses it. IP ID3: OMCB Link IP uses it.

Create IP Parameter     IP ID0: WCDMA IP (IPoFE) uses it. IP ID1:
Create IP Parameter     IP ID0: WCDMA IP (IPoFE) uses it. IP ID1:

Create IP Parameter

Create IP Parameter
Create IP Parameter

Create SCTP Association

Create SCTP Association

Create SCTP Stream (Only for WCDMA)

Create SCTP Stream (Only for WCDMA)  create the SCTP stream parameters of NCP and CCP

create the SCTP stream parameters of NCP and CCP

Create OMC-B Link

Create OMC-B Link

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration OMCB Configuration

Overview Configure Basic Properties Configuring SDR Physical Data Configuring Transmission Resource Configuring Radio Resource Data Synchronization & Upload

Create Base Station Radio Resource Management

1. In the resource tree, choose the Config Set node under the SDR. Right- click Config Set and choose Create > Base Station Radio Resource Management in the popup menu to open the Base Station Radio Resource Management dialog box. Click OK.

2. The Base Station Radio Resource Management node is displayed in the resource tree.

Create RRU Common Parameter

Create RRU Common Parameter

Create RF Connection

Create RF Connection

Create GSM Radio Resource 1

Create GSM Radio Resource 1

Create GSM Radio Resource 2

Create GSM Radio Resource 2

Create GSM Radio Resource 3

Create GSM Radio Resource 3

Create WCDMA Radio Resource 1

Create WCDMA Radio Resource 1
Create WCDMA Radio Resource 1

Create WCDMA Radio Resource 2

Create WCDMA Radio Resource 2

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration OMCB Configuration

Overview Configure Basic Properties Configuring SDR Physical Data Configuring Transmission Resource Configuring Radio Resource Data Synchronization & Upload

Data Synchronization

Data Synchronization

Upload Data to OMCB

Upload Data to OMCB

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration OMCB Configuration BSC Configuration

Overview IP over E1 Interface Configuration Create IP Property Create SDR Site and Radio Resource

RNC Configuration

BSC Configuration Flow

BSC Configuration Flow

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration OMCB Configuration BSC Configuration

Overview IP over E1 Interface Configuration Create IP Property Create SDR Site and Radio Resource

RNC Configuration

Create Abis Interface Board

Create Abis Interface Board

Create IP Abis Interface

Create IP Abis Interface

Create SDR Real Interface

Create SDR Real Interface

Create IP over E1 Configuration

Create IP over E1 Configuration

Create PPP Configuration

Create PPP Configuration

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration OMCB Configuration BSC Configuration

Overview IP over E1 Interface Configuration Create IP Property Create SDR Site and Radio Resource

RNC Configuration

Create IP Property

Create IP Property
Create IP Property

Content

Overview Data Planning LMT Configuration OMCB Configuration BSC Configuration

Overview IP over E1 Interface Configuration Create IP Property Create SDR Site and Radio Resource

RNC Configuration

Create SDR Site

Create SDR Site

Create Cell

Create Cell

Create TRX

Create TRX
Create TRX

Content

RNC Configuration

Overview IP over E1 Interface Configuration IP over FE Interface Configuration RPU Board IP Address Configuration Node B Office Configuration Path Group Configuration SCTP Association Configuration Node B Office Properties Configuration Global Supplemented Resource Configuration Radio Resource Configuration

Configuration Flow

Configuration Flow

Content

RNC Configuration

Overview IP over E1 Interface Configuration IP over FE Interface Configuration RPU Board IP Address Configuration Node B Office Configuration Path Group Configuration SCTP Association Configuration Node B Office Properties Configuration Global Supplemented Resource Configuration Radio Resource Configuration

Create Iub Interface Board

Create Iub Interface Board SDTB2/EIPI

Create Iub Interface Board  Create Iub Interface Board SDTB2/EIPI
Create Iub Interface Board  Create Iub Interface Board SDTB2/EIPI

Create Semi-Permanent Connection For SDTB2

Create Semi-Permanent Connection For SDTB2

Create Connection Between SDTB2 and EIPI

According to the planned data, HDLC ID1 is transmitted to iBSC through semi-permanent channel. Therefore, only the remaining four HDLC channels need to be configured at RNC side.

Create Connection Between SDTB2 and EIPI  According to the planned data, HDLC ID1 is transmitted

EIPI Configuration

----Creating IP Over E1 Ports

According to the planned data, there are totally four E1 lines to be processed on EIPI board. HDLC ID2, HDLC ID3, and HDLC ID4 use the same communication port number. HDLC ID5 is a dedicated channel of OMCB and it needs an individual port number. Therefore ,four IP Over E1 port numbers need to be created.

EIPI Configuration  ----Creating IP Over E1 Ports According to the planned data, there are totally

EIPI Configuration

----Creating PPP Link for EUIP Port

Each IP over E1 must be configured with a PPP link. The links with the same InterfaceE1 No will be automatically bound in the same PPP link. .

EIPI Configuration ----Creating PPP Link for EUIP Port Each IP over E1 must be configured with

EIPI Configuration

----Creating Interface IP Addresses

The following two IP addresses need to be configured for EIPI board:

  EUIP_3GSDR: This IP address is used to transfer service data. EUIP_OMCB: This IP address
EUIP_3GSDR: This IP address is used to transfer service data.
EUIP_OMCB: This IP address is used to transfer OMCB supervision
data.

Content

RNC Configuration

Overview IP over E1 Interface Configuration IP over FE Interface Configuration RPU Board IP Address Configuration Node B Office Configuration Path Group Configuration SCTP Association Configuration Node B Office Properties Configuration Global Supplemented Resource Configuration Radio Resource Configuration

Create GIPI IP Interface

Create GIPI IP Interface

Content

RNC Configuration

Overview IP over E1 Interface Configuration IP over FE Interface Configuration RPU Board IP Address Configuration Node B Office Configuration Path Group Configuration SCTP Association Configuration Node B Office Properties Configuration Global Supplemented Resource Configuration Radio Resource Configuration

Create RPU Board IP Address

Create RPU Board IP Address

Content

RNC Configuration

Overview IP over E1 Interface Configuration IP over FE Interface Configuration RPU Board IP Address Configuration Node B Office Configuration Path Group Configuration SCTP Association Configuration Node B Office Properties Configuration Global Supplemented Resource Configuration Radio Resource Configuration

Create Node B Office

Create Node B Office

Content

RNC Configuration

Overview IP over E1 Interface Configuration IP over FE Interface Configuration RPU Board IP Address Configuration Node B Office Configuration Path Group Configuration SCTP Association Configuration Node B Office Properties Configuration Global Supplemented Resource Configuration Radio Resource Configuration

Create Path Group

This task creates the path group and assign the path group number.

Create Path Group  This task creates the path group and assign the path group number.

Content

RNC Configuration

Overview IP over E1 Interface Configuration IP over FE Interface Configuration RPU Board IP Address Configuration Node B Office Configuration Path Group Configuration SCTP Association Configuration Node B Office Properties Configuration Global Supplemented Resource Configuration Radio Resource Configuration

Create SCTP Association

Create SCTP Association

Content

RNC Configuration

Overview IP over E1 Interface Configuration IP over FE Interface Configuration RPU Board IP Address Configuration Node B Office Configuration Path Group Configuration SCTP Association Configuration Node B Office Properties Configuration Global Supplemented Resource Configuration Radio Resource Configuration

Create Node B Office Properties

Create Node B Office Properties

Content

RNC Configuration

Overview IP over E1 Interface Configuration IP over FE Interface Configuration RPU Board IP Address Configuration Node B Office Configuration Path Group Configuration SCTP Association Configuration Node B Office Properties Configuration Global Supplemented Resource Configuration Radio Resource Configuration

Create Global Supplemented Resource

Global supplemented resource is used for OMCB RPU IP address and outgoing OMCB NM IP.

Create Global Supplemented Resource  Global supplemented resource is used for OMCB RPU IP address and

Content

RNC Configuration

Overview IP over E1 Interface Configuration IP over FE Interface Configuration RPU Board IP Address Configuration Node B Office Configuration Path Group Configuration SCTP Association Configuration Node B Office Properties Configuration Global Supplemented Resource Configuration Radio Resource Configuration

Radio Resource Configuration

-----------Node B Configuration Information

This task creates the management relation between RNC and Node B, and configures the basic information.

Radio Resource Configuration ----------- Node B Configuration Information  This task creates the management relation between

Radio Resource Configuration

-----------Create UTRAN Cell Global Information

Radio Resource Configuration ----------- Create UTRAN Cell Global Information

Radio Resource Configuration

-----------Create UTRAN Cell Setup Parameters

Radio Resource Configuration ----------- Create UTRAN Cell Setup Parameters