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ZXWN SGSN System Administration

Guide(V3.10.10)
Contents

Operation and Maintenance System


Daily Maintenance
Signaling Trace
Log Management
Professional Maintenance
Security Management
System Management
Upgrade Management
Overview
ZXWN operation & maintenance system is
composed of:
the network management server
the network management client

Main Client: Provides the functions including alarm
management, performance management, MML terminal, log
management, security management, and system management.

Trace Client: Provides the signaling trace function.

Daily Client: Provides the daily maintenance function.
Logging in OMM Server
On the OMM server, double-click the ZXWN-PS (OMM) Server icon
on the desktop.
Logging in OMM Server
Setting OMM Client Style
Set the display style of each sub-view. It falls into embedded views
and separate views.
Setting Automatic Screen Lock Time
On the window of the OMM main client, click System > User Info
Maintenance.
Setting OMM Client Print Options
Configure the default print parameters of the OMM system, for
normally printing and outputting the data queried by the OMM client.
Locking OMM Client Screen
1. On the window of the OMM main client, click System > Lock
Screen to open the following dialog box
2. Select the Lock Screen option button.
3. Click OK to lock the OMM client, and then the OMM client window is
minimized.
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Operation and Maintenance System


Daily Maintenance
Signaling Trace
Log Management
Professional Maintenance
Security Management
System Management
Upgrade Management
Daily Maintenance Window
Rackchart Management
Viewing a Rack Chart
On the window of the daily client, click Views > Daily
Maintenance.
Rackchart Management
Viewing a Board CPU
Viewing Current Alarms
Data Maintenance---Performing Configuration Data
Backup
Perform this procedure to back up the configuration data to local hard
disk before backing up them to offline storage media. This is
performed to ensure that correct data can be restored with minimum
downtime when an exception occurs in the system.

1. On the main window of the OMM daily client, click Views >Daily
Maintenance.
2. Double-click the NE whose configuration data are to be backed up.
3. Double-click the Data Maintenance node.
4. Double-click the Backup/Restore node.
5. Click the Backup Configuration Data node to enter the Backup
Configuration Data tab.
Data Maintenance---Performing Configuration Data
Backup
6. Select the file location and the file contents, and specify a path to
save the file.
7. Click Apply to start backing up the file
Data Maintenance----Restoring Configuration Data

Perform this procedure to restore the configuration data to confirm the


normal running of the system when an exception occurs.

1. On the window of the OMM daily client, click Views > Daily
Maintenance.
2. Double-click the NE whose configuration data are to be backed up.
3. Double-click the Data Maintenance node.
4. Double-click the Backup/Restore node.
5. Click the Restore Configuration Data node to enter the Restore
Configuration Data tab.
6. Select the file location and its contents, and specify a path to save
the file.
Data Maintenance----Restoring Configuration Data

7. Click Apply to start restoring the file


Data Maintenance----Checking Data Consistency
before Transfer
1. On the window of the OMM daily client, click Views > Daily
Maintenance.
2. Select the NE whose data are to be checked before transfer. Click
the PreSync Check node to enter the PreSync Check tab
Data Maintenance----Checking Data Consistency
before Transfer
3. Click the Exec button to open the Processer dialog box, which
shows the progress of comparing ZDB files on the foreground and the
background
Data Maintenance-----Transferring Configuration
Data
1. On the window of the OMM daily client, click Views > Daily
Maintenance.
2. Double-click the NE whose data are to be transferred.
3. Double-click the Data Maintenance node.
4. Click the Data Transfer node to enter the Data Transfer tab
Data Maintenance----Checking Data Consistency
after Transfer
1. On the window of the OMM daily client, click Views > Daily
Maintenance.
2. Select the NE on which the consistency check is performed. Click
the Consistency Check node in the Daily Maintenance tree to enter
the Consistency Check tab
Patrol Management
equipment real-time patrol
The real-time patrol is used to locate the fault when an
exception occurs in the system, and detect the system
and the fault point after eliminating the fault.
equipment routine patrol
The operation and maintenance system initiates the
equipment routine patrol according to task settings, to
implement daily monitoring on the running conditions of
units and links in the system.
Patrol Management
Setting/Viewing a Patrol Task
Set the task status (suspended or activated), execution time and
policies to make the system automatically execute the patrol task in
specified period.
Patrol Management
Querying Patrol Results
Both routine and real-time patrol results are saved in the database.
Query the data in the database according to specified conditions to
get the patrol results.
Patrol Management
Executing Instant Patrol
Locate the fault when an exception occurs in the system, and
detect the system and the fault point after eliminating the fault.
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Operation and Maintenance System


Daily Maintenance
Signaling Trace
Log Management
Professional Maintenance
Security Management
System Management
Upgrade Management
Signaling Trace
Signal Trace Window
Setting Signaling Trace
Perform this procedure to set the NE on which the signaling trace will
be performed, the tracing type and corresponding parameters, and
then to start the signaling tracing.
Viewing Details of Signaling Trace
Saving Signaling Tracing Results
Save signaling tracing results as txt or xls
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Operation and Maintenance System


Daily Maintenance
Signaling Trace
Log Management
Professional Maintenance
Security Management
System Management
Upgrade Management
Overview
There are three types of logs.
Operation log

It records the information about user operations, including the log ID,
operation rank, user name, module, operation set, host address,
command function, detailed information, operation result, failed reason,
connection mode, operation resource, operation start time, operation
end time, and related log.
Security log

It records the information about user login status, including the log ID,
user name, host address, log name, operation time, connection mode,
and detailed information.
System log

It records the complete condition of the timing tasks of the server,
including the log ID, rank, source, log name, detailed information, host
address, operation start time, operation end time, and related log.
Log Management Window
Querying Logs
On the window of the OMM main client, select Views > Log
Management.
Querying Logs
Query Result
Exporting Logs
The log result can be saved in txt, html, pdf, csv,
or xls file formats.
Printing Logs
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Operation and Maintenance System


Daily Maintenance
Signaling Trace
Log Management
Professional Maintenance
Security Management
System Management
Upgrade Management
Professional Maintenance Window
Inner Management
Operations on Inner Management
Select one account type, all the users under this
account are displayed in the right pane
Inner Management
Right-click a user, and select Modify Password from
the shortcut menu.
Inner Management
Right-click a user, and select Modify Password
Attribute from the short-cut menu.
Data Maintenance
Creating a Periodic Data Backup Task
Select the NE whose data requires periodic backup, and then click
the Backup/Restore node to open the Backup Task tab
Data Maintenance
Right-click any blank in the Backup Task tab, and
select Add from the shortcut menu.
Data Maintenance
Click OK to complete the creation, the task is displayed
in the Backup Task tab
Data Maintenance
Modifying a Periodic Data Backup Task
Data Maintenance
Comparing ZDB Files
Under the NE whose ZDB files are to be compared,
click the Zdb to Zdb Check node.
Data Maintenance
Comparing Difference between Two Transmissions
Under the NE whose transmissions are to be compared, click Sync
to Sync Check.
File Management
File Management Functions
Operating the local client machine, server side and foreground NE
directory
Operating the following directories on the client

directories on the system disk and peripheral devices (such as USB
drive)

virtual directories (such as mapped network drive, and local virtual
directories of CC).
Supporting to perform the following operations through the shortcut
menu and Right-Click

turning to parent directory, adding a new directory

refreshing, copying and pasting files

viewing properties of files and directories.

Deleting files or directories is not supported.
File Management
Entering File Management Tab
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Operation and Maintenance System


Daily Maintenance
Signaling Trace
Log Management
Professional Maintenance
Security Management
System Management
Upgrade Management
Basic Concepts
Role
The role assigns users managerial authority by defining the
operation and resource authority.
Role set
The role set is the set of several roles. The authority of a role set is
the authority set of all its roles.
User
User is the set of the operators who log in and operate the NMS.
Department
A department is the simulation of a service department to facilitate
the organization and management of users. The new added user
must belong to a certain department.
Creator
A creator is a user, who can create new role, role set, user, and
department.
Security Management Window
Customizing a User Account Rule
Customizing a user account rule is
to set the password length,
password policy, account restriction,
and expiration examination
according to actual requirements.
Role Management
Creating a Role
On the Basic Information tab, enter Role Name and
Role Description
Role Management
Select the Access Rights tab. Set the operation authority of this
role on the Operation Tree, and the resource authority on the
Resource Tree
Role Management
Select the Login Address tab to set the IP address
range of the OMM client that this role can operate.
Click Add to open the Set IP Range dialog box
Role Management
Click the User tab to assign this role to existing users,
or to no one
Role Management
Modifying a Role
Role Management
Role Management
Duplicating a Role
Perform this procedure to create a role having the same
attributes of the role to be duplicated, except the role
name.
Role Management
Viewing Role Assignment Information
Perform this procedure to view the assignment and
usage condition of a role among the users and role
sets.
Role Set Management
Creating a Role Set
Role Set Management
Role Set Management
Modifying a Role Set
Viewing a Role Set
Deleting a Role Set
Duplicating a Role Set
Finding a Role Set
Viewing Role Set
Assignment
User Management
Creating a User
User Management
User Management
User Management
Modifying a User
Viewing a User
Deleting a User
Duplicating a User
Finding a User
Viewing Access Rights
of a User
Managing Login Users
Perform this procedure to view the list of current login users. The
administrator can forcefully disconnect other users from the OMM
server through this function.
On the Security Management window, click Tools > Login User
Management.
To disconnect a user, select the user, and click the Kick
Out button.
Releasing Locked Users
The condition of an account being locked is set in the
user account rule, that is, the error times of entering the
password.
Setting the Login IP Range of Administrator
Click the User Management in the Security Tree. Right-click
admin from the right user list, and select Modify from the shortcut
menu.
Modifying All Common Users Passwords
Perform this procedure to change the password of all
the users except administrator to the same one.
Setting Administrator Password Protection
Right click admin from the role list on the right pane, and select
Modify from the shortcut menu.
Department Management
Creating a Department
Department Management
Modifying a Department
Viewing a Department
Deleting a Department
Finding a Department
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Operation and Maintenance System


Daily Maintenance
Signaling Trace
Log Management
Professional Maintenance
Security Management
System Management
Upgrade Management
System Management Window
Application Server Management
Showing Device Information of Application Server
Application Server Management
Querying Application Server Performance
Application Server Management
Configuring Performance Monitoring of Application
Server
Application Server Management
Viewing OMM System Version
Perform this procedure to view the version information of the OMM
server software running currently, including OMM system version
ID and sub-version ID of the internal software module.
Application Server Management
Configuring Directory Monitoring for Application Server
Perform this procedure to configure the monitoring of the
application server directory to monitor the directory capacity, and
clear some dynamically generated files timely
Application Server Management
Application Server Management
Click Next Step to show the Create Directory Monitoring
Task-Step 2 of 2 dialog box
Database Server Management
Showing Device Information of Database Server
Database Server Management
Logging in Database
Database Server Management
Adding a Table Collection Task
Double-click the node of the database table collection in
the Device Tree.
Database Server Management
Database Server Management
Click Next Step to open the Create Table Collection
Task-Step 2 of 4 dialog box
Database Server Management
Click Next Step to open the Create Table Collection
Task-Step 3 of 4 dialog box
Database Server Management
Click Next Step to open the Create Table Collection
Task-Step 4 of 4 dialog box
Database Server Management
Deleting a Table Collection Task
Modifying a Table Collection Task
Suspending a Table Collection Task
Activating a Table Collection Task
Manually Executing a Table Collection Task
Viewing a Table Collection Task
Database Server Management
Configuring Database Monitoring
Database Server Management
Viewing Database Resources
Database Server Management
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Operation and Maintenance System


Daily Maintenance
Signaling Trace
Log Management
Professional Maintenance
Security Management
System Management
Upgrade Management
Upgrade Management Window
Background OMM Update
Check Before Update
Choose OMM Server Upgrade > Check and Backup
from the Navigation tree
Backup Before the Update
Choose OMM Server Upgrade > Check and Backup from the
Navigation Tree
Foreground NE Update
Foreground NE Basic Update
Choose Basic Update from the Navigation Tree
Foreground NE Update
Click Next to go to the Check Before Update window
Foreground NE Update
After passing the checks, click Next to go to the Update window:

i. Operations before the upgrade.
Extract the standby OMP board, and use the upgraded new OMM server
to replace the standby OMM server to work; go to the basic update
window, select foreground NE version library and click Begin Update.

ii. Check the version library.

iii. Check the standby boards.

iv. Query all running versions of the boards of the foreground.

v. Check the assigned versions.

vi. Check the OMP storage space.

vii. Check the backup of OMP version files.

viii.Check the backup of the ZDB.

ix. Build the ZDB files.

x. Load the versions.

xi. Replace the ZDB files.
Foreground NE Update
After the upgrade is complete, click Next to go to the
Reset Boards window
Foreground NE Quick Update
The quick update function is to update the OMP board by left domain
and right domain according to the active/standby, so as to minimize
the service interruption time caused by the NE update.
Choose Quick Update from the Navigation Tree, the SGSN Quick
Update window appears
Foreground NE Quick Update
Click Next to go to the Domain Config Check window
Foreground NE Quick Update
Click Check to start the domain configuration check.
After passing the check, click Next to go to the Check Before
Update window
Foreground NE Quick Update
After the results of checks before update are normal,
click Next to go to the Quick Update window,
Foreground NE Quick Update
Click Next to go to the Left Domain Update window,
complete the update on the left domain according to the
prompts.
After the left domain update is complete, click Next to
go to the Check After Update window.
After the check after update is complete, the system
update is complete. Click Finish, an information dialog
box prompts. Click OK to complete the update guide.