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EBSC/CBRS Knowledge Transfer

NBSS 11.0
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Course Description
EBSC/CBRS Discussion
This discussion is designed for technicians and other personnel requiring the knowledge needed to operate and maintain Nortel Networks CBRS equipment.

Target audience
Engineers Switch Technicians Cell Site Technicians

Course Objectives

Give a system level description of the CBRS Product Identify the new elements Recognize new and enhanced BCN services Discuss changes in the BSS Manager Understand MDM functions

Describe the activities of the EBSC Configuration tool

Course Agenda
Day 1

Lesson 1 - Overview Lesson 2 - Architecture Lesson 3 BCN Services Lesson 4 CBRS and the BSS Manager

Day 2

Lesson 5 CBRS and the Passport MDM Lesson 6 EBSC Configuration tool Lesson 7 Performance Lesson 8 Alarms

Overview
Lesson 1
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Lesson 1 Objectives
Discuss the functions of the CBRS product Explain the signal flow through the CBRS Identify the CBRS hardware components, shelves
and boards

Describe various CBRS migration


paths/configurations

Describe the timing for the CBRS

Product Evolution
BSC Products
SBS Data

EBSC Products
CPDS
CDMA Packet Data Subsystem

CIS BIU
SBS Voice

CBRS
LPP
CDMA Backhaul & Routing Subsystem

CSIS
CDMA Signaling Subsystem

CSVS

CDMA Selection & Vocoding Subsystem

CBRS (CDMA Backhaul Routing Subsystem)


Supports layer two routing functions between
CDMA subsystems

Offers a scalable solution by supporting


existing CDMA infrastructure

Contains essential components for migration


to full 3G

Fully compatible with existing DISCO BSC


and ATM BSC

EBSC/CBRS Enhancements

BSC
NORTEL CDMA BIU

TFU replaced by EBSCTM


NORTEL CDMA SBS

CBRS
EBSCTM EBSCTM

MSP

NORTEL CDMA CIS

MSP

MSP

CDSU 4 CDSU 3 CDSU 2 CDSU 1


GPSR GPSR

TFU 2

SBS 4 DISCO replaced by 24pBCNW & 11pMSW Functional Processors

Cable Consolidation and Multiplexer Chassis (CCMC)

TFU 1 DISCO 2 DISCO 1

SBS 3 SBS 2

0 1 2

6 7

SBS 1

BIU Cabinet

CIS Cabinet

SBS Cabinet

BIU replaced by 11pMSW Functional Processor

8 9 1 1 0 1

1 1 1 3 4 5

24pBCNW FP

11pMSW FP
CP3

EBSC/CBRS Enhancements
CBRS replaces the following:

DISCO (Distribution and Consolidation Unit) replaced by


24pBCNW FP & 11pMSW FP

TFU (Timing Frequency Unit) replaced by EBSCTM GPSR (Global Positioning Satellite Receiver) replaced by
EBSCTM

BIU (Backhaul Interface Unit) replaced by 11pMSW FP CDSU (Channel Service/ Data Service Unit) replaced by
11pMSW FP

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CBRS Frame Elements


CBRS
Breaker Interface Panel

Filter Tray
EBSCTM

Filter Tray
EBSCTM

Breaker Interface Panel

EBSCTM
Cable Trough

CCMC
6 T1 Card
P27 P28 P31 P32 P35 P36 P39 P40 P43 P44 P47 P48 P76 P77 P78 P29 P30 P33 P34 P37 P38 P41 P42 P45 P46 P49 P50 P79 P80 P71 P72 P73 P74

6 BC Cards
P66 P67 P68 P68 P61 P62 P63 P64 P56 P57 P58 P59 P60 P51 P52 P53 P54 P55

P75 P70 P65 BCN and GPS timing to SBS per connector

CCMC

Cable Trough
0

Cable Trough

Upper Shelf
7

Cable Trough

88

1 1

1 3

1 4

Lower Shelf

155

Cable Trough

11

11 Port MultiService Wireless (11pMSW) Function Processor


Two ports for a pair of DISCOs or BSS Managers
Optical interface (ports 9 & 10) Optical interface (port 8) Electrical interfaces (ports 0 thru 7)

One port for T1/E1 channels to BTS Eight ports for T1 connections to LPP/CIU

Provides APS redundancy to protect loss of signal due to optical line



failure Configured in active/stand-by redundancy pairs In a single-frame CBRS configuration, a maximum of five 11pMSW FPs pairs can be used. In the multi-frame CBRS configurations, only four 11pMSW FPs pairs can be used per frame. These pairs are data filled in the following order 2&3, 8&9, 4&5, 10&11, 12&13

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24 Port BCN Wireless (24pBCNW) Function Processor


SBS Interface
All connections to SBS are via CCMC

Each pair serves up to 24 BCN links between CBRS and SBS The 24pBCNW FP interfaces include:
24 RS-422 electrical ports for connectivity to the SBS shelves. 1 RS-485 serial port to EBSCTM.

The 24pBCNW FP uses GPS timing reference to derive the even-

second and chip clocks for the SBS. The 24pBCNW FP is provisioned in pairs 1+1 redundancy The first pair must be installed in slots 6&7 of the Passport 15000 frame to provide CDMA timing. The second pair is located in slots 14&15 for growth.

13

Cable Consolidation and Multiplexing Chassis (CCMC)


The Cable Consolidation and Multiplexing Chassis
(CCMC) is located in the top half of the Passport 15000 frame. The CCMC manages the connectivity:
From the 24pBCNW FP to the SBS shelves. From EBSCTM to the 24pBCNW FP. From the LPP to the 11pMSW FP.

One CCMC provides sparing for 48 BCN ports and 40 T1


ports. Two types of cards are deployed in CCMC:
8-port BCN Multiplexer card to multiplex the redundant 24pBCNW FP onto the SBS links. 8-port T1 Multiplexer card to multiplex the redundant 11pMSW FP onto the LPP links.

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CCMC (Cable Consolidation and Multiplexer Chassis)

Six T1 cards: Back Connection: Links to LPP Labeled P17-P26


6 T1 Cards
P27 P31 P35 P39 P43 P47 P28 P32 P36 P40 P44 P48 P29 P33 P37 P41 P45 P49

CCMC NTPB13AA
Active Switch Card Shelf (OC-3 Express Form Factor)
6 BCN Cards
P76 P71 P66 P61 P56 P51

Six BCN cards: Back Connection: Links to SBS Labeled P5-P16


P77 P72 P67 P62 P57 P52 P78 P73 P68 P63 P58 P53

P79

P74

P68

P64

P59

P54

P30

P34

P38

P42

P46

P50

P80

P75

P70

P65

P60

P55

BCN and GPS timing to SBS per connector

P83

P85

P87

P89

P106

P102

P81

P84

P82

P86

P88

P93

P95

P91

P97

P99

P90

P108

P105

P94

P92

P96

T1 links to 11pMSW FP; Labeled P81-P100

P98

P100

P107

P104

P103

P101

BCN links to 24pBCNW FP; Labeled P101 to P108

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EBSCTM EBSC Time Module


The following services are provided by the EBSCTM to the CBRS:

Source of frequency and timing reference signals


Global Positioning System (GPS) Receiver

9.8304 MHz frequency outputs to CBRS

Hz timing outputs
10MHz output as an optional BITS input Hz output to synchronize test equipment 9.8304 MHz output to synchronize user test equipment

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Timing on the EBSC/CBRS


GPS timing
Provides timing to the SBS shelves for CDMA timing GPS connected to the EBSCTM in each CBRS frame 24pBCNW FP timing interface Existing legacy BSC GPS antennas can be used

Network Timing

Provides time accuracy to the backhaul T1s connected to CBRS


External BITS source Stratum 3 or better Internal CP timing available but not recommended

17

CBRS Connectivity / Interfaces


CBRS Connectivity
DISCO BSS Manager SBS BTS

Interfaces Type
OC3c (11pMSW FP and/or 4pOC3 FP) OC3c (11pMSW FP and/or 4pOC3 FP) DISCO and/or BCN (24pBCNW FP) DISCO, or T1 to OC3 (11pMSW FP) via Add Drop Multiplexer, or T1s (with IMH) to OC3 (11pMSW FP) via Add Drop Multiplexer

CIU ISSHO

DISCO or T1 (11pMSW FP) OC3c (4pOC3 FP), DS3 (12pDS3Atm FP), T1 to OC3 (11pMSW FP) via Add Drop Multiplexer, T1s (with IMH) to OC3 (11pMSW FP) via Add Drop Multiplexer

BISC

OC3c (4pOC3 FP) or OC12c (4pOC12 FP)

18

CDMA (CBRS) Network Block Diagram


BCN Link T1/E1 (UnC) T1 (Chan) Timing Optical Ethernet
GPS

CP3 4pOC-3 24pBCNW

MDM/MDP

PP 15K

MT X DMS Core
SLM Computing Module

11pMSW

EBSCTM

BSSM Another

LAN

DMS Bus

CBRS
LPP or FLIS MTM

CCS7 Links
LPP

CBRS
SBS Shelf

CCMC
Enhance d Selector Cards 1-12

Add Drop Multiplexer


BTS or MCBTS

IOC

ENET

OAU

T-1 VOICE TRUNKS

Digital Trunk Controller

SCI-S
T1s

SBS Controller Card

DISCOs

SCI-S 10MB Ethernet PDSN FA/HA


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Signal Flow through CBRS


BTS T1
PSTN
T1

Add Drop Multiplexer

OC-3

T1

CIU MTX
T1

CCMC

BCN

T1

SBS BSS Manager


OC-3

11pMSW

BCN

OR

24p BCNW
Passport

DISCO

PDSN FA/HA

WWW

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EBSC/CBRS Benefits
Increased capacity of the BSC
With three frames CBRS delivers 3X capacity increase over current BSC

Increased capacity with a smaller physical footprint


Provides 2-10x footprint reduction

Increased system reliability Increased backhaul efficiency with Inverse


Multiplexing (IMH)

Minimizes soft handoff border maintenance

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New EBSC/CBRS Capacity


A single 24pBCNW FP can support 4608 simultaneous voice
calls plus 144 simultaneous data calls @153.6kbps calls plus 288 simultaneous data calls @153.6kbps limitation call model dependent) BTS T1 ports

A single CBRS frame can support 9216 simultaneous voice


EBSC can be expanded to support 350-450 KBHCA (LPP

With three frames, CBRS delivers up to 18K Erlangs and 1008


MDMs can support up to 30 PP15K chassis Each CBRS frame supports up to 48 SBS shelves and 336 T1
ports
For higher capacity, additional frames can be linked

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EBSC/CBRS Standalone Configuration


CBRS
Breaker Interface Panel

CBRS
Breaker Interface Panel

CBRS
Breaker Interface Panel

Filter Tray
EBSCTM EBSCTM

Filter Tray
EBSCTM EBSCTM

Filter Tray
EBSCTM EBSCTM

Cable Trough

Cable Trough

Cable Trough

CCMC
6 T1 Card
P27 P28 P31 P32 P35 P36 P39 P40 P43 P44 P47 P48 P76 P77 P78 P29 P30 P33 P34 P37 P38 P41 P42 P45 P46 P49 P79 P50 P80 P71 P72 P73 P74 P75

CCMC
6 BC Cards
P66 P67 P68 P68 P70 P61 P62 P63 P64 P65 P56 P57 P58 P59 P60 P51 P52 P53 P54 P55 P29 P30 P33 P34 P37 P38 P41 P42 P45 P46 P49 P79 P50 P80 P27 P28 P31 P32

CCMC
6 BC Cards 6 T1 Card
P51 P52 P53 P54 P55 P29 P30 P33 P34 P37 P38 P41 P42 P45 P46 P49 P79 P50 P80 P27 P28 P31 P32 P35 P36 P39 P40 P43 P44 P47 P48 P76 P77 P78 P71 P72 P73 P74 P75

6 T1 Card
P35 P36 P39 P40 P43 P44 P47 P48 P76 P77 P78 P71 P72 P73 P74 P75

6 BC Cards
P66 P67 P68 P68 P70 P61 P62 P63 P64 P65 P56 P57 P58 P59 P60 P51 P52 P53 P54 P55

P66 P67 P68 P68 P70

P61 P62 P63 P64 P65

P56 P57 P58 P59 P60

BCN and GPS timing to SBS per connector

BCN and GPS timing to SBS per connector

BCN and GPS timing to SBS per connector

Cable Trough

Cable Trough

Cable Trough

Cable Trough

Cable Trough

Cable Trough

88

1 1

1 3

1 4

15 5

88

1 1

1 3

1 4

15 5

88

1 1

1 3

1 4

15 5

Cable Trough

Cable Trough

Cable Trough

Hub
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Hybrid Configuration
PP15000

CBRS
Breaker Interface Panel

PP15000

ATM BSC

ATM BSC
EBSCTM

Filter Tray
EBSCTM

Cable Trough

BSS Manager
P27 P28 P29 P30 P31 P32 P33 P34

CCMC
6 T1 Card
P35 P36 P37 P38 P39 P40 P41 P42 P43 P44 P47 P48 P49 P79 P50 P80 P76 P77 P78 P45 P46 P71 P72 P73 P74

6 BC Cards
P66 P67 P68 P68 P61 P62 P63 P64 P56 P57 P58 P59 P60 P51 P52 P53 P54 P55

P75 P70 P65 BCN and GPS timing to SBS per connector

Cable Trough

0 1 2

3 4

6 7

4 DISCO BSC 01

0 1 2
0 7

3 4

6 7

Cable Trough

1
8 9

1 1

1 1 1

15K1 2 3 4 5 0

4 DISCO BSC 02

1 8 9
88
1 1 1 3 1 4 1

1 1

1 1 1

15K1 2 3 4 5 0

15 5

Cable Trough

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New EBSC/CBRS in addition to ATM switch


BSC 01 is upgraded to EBSC in a new CBRS frame
Equipped with new function processors Equipped with CP3 Equipped with CCMC Equipped with EBSCTM

Hybrid Upgrade

BSC 02 remains in ATM BSC frame


Can be upgraded separately later

CBRS and ATM communicate via ISSHO Move BSS Manager to new 11p FP on CBRS Move designated DISCOs to EBSC Move designated SBSs/BTSs to EBSC Move network T1s from DISCO to EBSC

25

BSC to EBSC Configuration


PP15000

CBRS
Breaker Interface Panel

ATM BSC

Filter Tray
EBSCTM EBSCTM

Cable Trough

CCMC
6 T1 Card
P27 P28 P31 P32 P35 P36 P39 P40 P43 P44 P47 P48 P76 P77 P78 P29 P30 P33 P34 P37 P38 P41 P42 P45 P46 P49 P50 P79 P80 P71 P72 P73 P74

6 BC Cards
P66 P67 P68 P68 P61 P62 P63 P64 P56 P57 P58 P59 P60 P51 P52 P53 P54 P55

P75 P70 P65 BCN and GPS timing to SBS per connector

Cable Trough

1 2

3 4

7
0 7

Cable Trough

1
8 9

15K 1 0

1 2

1 1 3 4

1 5

4 DISCOs

88

1 1

1 3

1 4

155

Cable Trough

26

BSC to EBSC Upgrade (Single BSC)


Upper chassis of ATM BSC must be vacant Existing ATM frame upgraded to CBRS frame
Equipped with new function processors Equipped with CP3 Equipped with CCMC Equipped with EBSCTM

Move BSS Manager to new 11p FP on CBRS Move SBSs/BTSs to EBSC Move DISCOs to EBSC

Move network T1s from DISCO to EBSC

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Dual BSC Configuration


PP15000

CBRS
Breaker Interface Panel

ATM BSC

Filter Tray
EBSCTM EBSCTM

Cable Trough

CCMC
6 T1 Card
P27 P28 P31 P32 P35 P36 P39 P40 P43 P44 P47 P48 P76 P77 P78 P29 P30 P33 P34 P37 P38 P41 P42 P45 P46 P49 P50 P79 P80 P71 P72 P73 P74

6 BC Cards
P66 P67 P68 P68 P61 P62 P63 P64 P56 P57 P58 P59 P60 P51 P52 P53 P54 P55

P75 P70 P65 BCN and GPS timing to SBS per connector

1 2

3 4

4 DISCOs BSC 01
0

Cable Trough

Cable Trough

1 1 15K 1 0

1 2

1 1 3 4

1 5

4 DISCOs BSC 02

15K 1 0

1 2

1 3

1 4

1 5

Cable Trough

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1 Legacy BSC and 1 EBSC in single frame


Only 1 BSC in ATM switch can be upgraded to EBSC Upper chassis of ATM BSC must be vacant Upper chassis is upgraded with
CCMC EBSCTM

Dual BSC Configuration

External OC-3 loop back required for ISSHO support Recommended for short term deployment only
E.g. when consolidating BSCs into a larger EBSC

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Two DISCO Back-to-Back Configuration


CBRS
Breaker Interface Panel
Filter Tray
EBSCTM EBSCTM

Cable Trough

CCMC
6 T1 Card
P27 P28 P29 P30 P31 P32 P33 P34 P35 P36 P37 P38 P39 P40 P41 P42 P43 P44 P45 P46 P47 P48 P49 P50 P76 P77 P78 P79 P80 P71 P72 P73 P74 P75

6 BC Cards
P66 P67 P68 P68 P70 P61 P62 P63 P64 P65 P56 P57 P58 P59 P60 P51 P52 P53 P54 P55

BCN and GPS timing to SBS per connector

2 DISCOs
0

Cable Trough

Cable Trough

88

1 1

1 3

1 4

155

Cable Trough

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Architecture
Lesson 2
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Lesson 2 Objectives

Describe the Passport 15000 adaptation of the CBRS Identify the functions of the 11pMSW FP Identify the functions of the 24pBCNW FP Describe the EBSCTM function Explain CDMA timing on the CBRS Identify the connections on the CCMC

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Passport 15000
Front View Rear View
Power feed connectors Upper Chassis Fabric card x Alarm/BITS card MAC Address card Fabric card y

Front cooling unit

Lower Chassis

Rear cooling unit

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Passport 15000 Features



High capacity switch Greater scalability

Advanced traffic management


Multi-purpose switch supporting voice, video and data
In BSC acts as simplified ATM core router Allows for co-residency of CBRS and ATM BSC applications

Fabric cards allow for inter-card communication Support for


Electrical and optical interfaces BCN Wireless functions BTS or T1 ISSHO traffic OA&M functions Alarm/BITS modules
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CBRS Application on the PP15K


CBRS
Breaker Interface Panel

Filter Tray
EBSCTM

Filter Tray
EBSCTM

Breaker Interface Panel

EBSCTM
Cable Trough

CCMC
6 T1 Card
P27 P28 P31 P32 P35 P36 P39 P40 P43 P44 P47 P48 P76 P77 P78 P29 P30 P33 P34 P37 P38 P41 P42 P45 P46 P49 P50 P79 P80 P71 P72 P73 P74

6 BC Cards
P66 P67 P68 P68 P61 P62 P63 P64 P56 P57 P58 P59 P60 P51 P52 P53 P54 P55

P75 P70 P65 BCN and GPS timing to SBS per connector

CCMC

Cable Trough CP3


0

Cable Trough

24pBCNW FP

Cable Trough

11pMSW FP
88

1 1

1 3

1 4

155

Cable Trough

4pOC3 or 11pMSW FP
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CBRS Application on the PP15K


The top chassis contains:
The CCMC (Cable Consolidation and Multiplexer Chassis) Two EBSCTMs (EBSC Time Module) An EBIP (Enhanced Breaker Interface Panel) A Fiber Management Panel The lower chassis consists of two shelves which include: Two control processors (CP3)
Upper shelf card slot 0&1 Up to fourteen function processors (FPs) 11pMSW (5 pairs maximum both shelves) 24pBCNW (2 pairs maximum both shelves) 4p/12pOC-3 (1 pair- lower shelf) Two fabric modules Alarm/BITS module MAC address module

36

11pMSW FP Connections in the CBRS


BSS Manager DISCO
EBSCTM

CBRS Breaker Interface Panel


Filter Tray
EBSCTM

Cable Trough

CCMC
P27 P28 P29 P30 P31 P32 P33 P34

6 P35 Card T1 P39 P43


P36 P37 P38 P40 P41 P42 P44 P45 P46

P47 P48 P49 P50

P76 P77 P78 P79 P80

P71 P72 P73 P74 P75

6 BC Cards P66 P61 P56


P67 P68 P68 P70 P62 P63 P64 P65 P57 P58 P59 P60

P51 P52 P53 P54 P55

OC-3c/STM - 1c interface to DISCO or BSS Manager


Cable Trough

BCN and GPSper connector timing to SBS

OC-3/STM 1 VT mapped interface to BTS/ T-1 ISSHO 8 T1 interface to the LPP via CCMC

Cable Trough

88

1 1

1 3

1 4

15 5

Cable Trough

Add Drop Multiplexer

Slots 2&3 4&5 8&9,10&11,12&13

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11pMSW FP Features/Benefits
Recovers from a facility (fiber) failure within 50 msec Recovers from equipment failure within 100 msec Services provided for both ATM protocols and proprietary
traffic protocols

Channelized and unchannelized links Speeds from T1 to OC-3 BCN router

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11pMSW Conceptual layers


Back plane layer
Passport 15000 processor inter-card communication PHY device processors
Devices that convert optics to STS, VT1.5, DS1

Transport layer
Network processors that provide
HDLC (High-level Data Link Control) processing Inverse Multiplexing on HDLC (IMH) Routing functions Packet switching Multicasting Priority queuing mapping

External links
2 OC-3 concatenated ports 1 OC-3 channelized port 8 T1 unchannelized ports
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11pMSW FP in a CDMA Network


MDM
Ethernet

Passport

CP

BSS Manager

OC-3c

DTC MTX T1

SBS

DISCO T1

OC-3c

11pMSW

CIU
BTS DISCO on E/BSC (Network T1) T1 OC-3c

ISSHO T1

40

IMH on the 11pMSW FP in CBRS


IMH available on the reverse path only in current legacy BSCs
Forward path on the current BSC requires distribution to appropriate queue by an address router
Requires destination address Queues are assigned pre-defined address range

EBSC/CBRS supports both forward and reverse IMH


Eliminates requirement for destination address routing Packets are distributed to each queue based on occupancy Allows for resources to be pooled Simplifies link management Increases link capacity Increases reliability Throughput limited only by total bandwidth available across all T1 circuits

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CBRS supports Inverse Multiplexing over HDLC on the transmit links to


MCBTS or other BSCs for ISSHO.
In legacy multiple T1 configurations, packets are currently assigned to a particular T1 based on the packets destination address.

IMH on the 11pMSW FP in CBRS

In CBRS IMH configuration, packets are evenly transmitted across each link using round-robin scheme for each packet.

Existing BSC
BSC
B
Incoming Packets
A-B

New CBRS
BSC
Address Range A-B Address Range C-D Address Range E-F
Incoming Packets

MCBTS
Tx
C-D

MCBTS
Tx T1

T1 T1 T1

C E A D F
Address Router

Tx
E-F

D C Rx G

I M H

Tx Tx

T1
T1

D C G

Rx

Tx

Tx

Rx

Tx Tx

I M H

Incoming Packets

Tx

Rx

Tx Tx

I M H

Incoming Packets

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IMH on the 11pMSW FP in CBRS


IMH specifications include:
A Passport 15000 shelf can have a maximum of 210 IMH groups. There is a maximum of 42 IMH groups per 11pMSW FP.

Each IMH group can have from 1 to 8 Link subcomponents. However, the MCBTS CM currently only supports up to 6 T1 links.
Each Link subcomponent is associated with a configured channelized OC3 port. The links of an IMH group can be added or removed once the IMH group is created (even after the group is associated to an active BCN service). The traffic through each links of an IMH group can be disabled or resumed without impacting the BCN service to which the IMH group is associated with (except that the bandwidth is reduced).

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IMH Connectivity:
BSS Manager

IMH on the 11pMSW FP in CBRS


BSC

T1 [1..8]

MCBTS
ISSHOPort

IMH

BTSC CORE

CEMs

BTSPort

IMH
T1 [1..8]

BTSI

FRM

CBRS

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Channelized OC-3 Port Link on 11p



Supports T1 and E1 channels for BTS or T-1 ISSHO traffic Supports SONET 8 APS (Automatic Protection Switching) Supports external multiplexer ( e.g. Optera or equivalent) Channelization from OC-3 to DSO
OC-3 port configured as OC-3 STS-3 port converted to OC-3

STS-1 x 3 port are multiplexed into an STS-3


VT1.5 x28 are multiplexed into STS-1
Maximum of 84 virtual circuits

DS-1 port converted into VT1.5


Each DS-1 is mapped into 1 channel with 24 timeslots

Optical interface @ 155 Mbits One channelized port available (third connection)

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OC-3 and T1 Port Links on 11p


Two(2) OC-3c concatenated ports

Support BSS Manager or DISCO


connections

Eight (8) T1 ports Support for CIU connections


Up to 18 CIUs Connections through the CCMC Same CIU pair must be connected to the same 11pMSW Can be assigned different T1 cards in CCMC

Support Mimic APS Each element has two connections


to CBRS
One connection to 11p in even slot One connection to mate in odd slot

Optical interfaces @ 155 MBits

Unchannelized ports One (1) connector/8 ports 8 electrical interfaces @ 1.544


Mbits

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24pBCNW Connections in the CBRS


CBRS
Breaker Interface Panel
Filter Tray

EBSCTM
Cable Trough

EBSCTM

CCMC
6 T1 Card
P27 P28 P29 P30 P31 P32 P33 P34 P35 P36 P37 P38 P39 P40 P41 P42 P43 P44 P45 P46 P47 P48 P49 P50 P76 P77 P78 P79 P71 P72 P73 P74

6 BC Cards
P66 P67 P68 P68 P61 P62 P63 P64 P56 P57 P58 P59 P51 P52 P53 P54 P55

BCN links are rear connections on CCMC

P80 BCN and P75 timing toP65 P60 GPS P70 SBS per connector

SBS

Cable Trough

Cable Trough

88

1 1

1 3

1 4

15 5

Cable Trough

Slots 6,7 & 14,15

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24pBCNW FP Hardware Functions


Link interfaces
24 BCN ports (RS-422) 1 RS-485 serial port

Framing/inverse multiplexing Network Processors providing


HDLC processing Routing functions Packet switching Multicasting Priority queuing mapping

Fabric interfaces CDMA timing signal distribution


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24pBCNW FP in a CDMA Network


MTX
Shelf 1

24BCNW

DTC

SBS

RS422 RS485

EBSCTM

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24pBSCNW FP Pairs
Primary Pair
Responsible for control commands and queries to EBSCTM
RS-485 rear connection to EBSCTM RS-232 front connection (for user interface e.g. PC)

Slots 6 & 7 on upper shelf Provides CDMA timing


Chip clock Even second clock

Secondary Pair
Provides CDMA timing
Chip clock
Even second clock

Slots 14 & 15 on lower shelf

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CDMA Timing Signal Distribution


1. Request Time Code 24pBCNW FP 3. Update Internal Time Reference

2. Time Code Response EBSCTM 4. Even Second Clock Signal

5. Build BCN TOD


Chip Clock

6. Broadcast BCN TOD and Chip clock signals To SBS controllers

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CBRS FP Configuration Summary


CBRS MDM MDM
Breaker Interface Panel

All connections can co-exist at the same time

Filter Tray
EBSCTM EBSCTM

Cable Trough

CCMC
6 T1 Card
P27 P28 P31 P32 P35 P36 P39 P40 P43 P44 P47 P48 P76 P77 P78 P29 P30 P33 P34 P37 P38 P41 P42 P45 P46 P49 P50 P79 P80 P71 P72 P73 P74

SBS
6 BC Cards
P66 P67 P68 P68 P61 P62 P63 P64 P56 P57 P58 P59 P60 P51 P52 P53 P54 P55 P75 P70 P65 BCN and GPS timing to SBS per connector

LAN

CIU
Cable Trough

BTS

BSS Manager

BSS Manager
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Add Drop Multiplexer BTS DISCO SBS CIU


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Cable Trough

1 1

1 3

1 4

155

Cable Trough

Represents Alternate Connection

CBRS FP Configuration Summary


A BSS Manager can be connected to either the 11pMSW (OC-3
port) or 4pOC-3 FP

A DISCO can be connected to the 11pMSW (OC-3 port) or 4pOC-3


FP

SBSs can be connected to either the DISCO (Legacy) or the


24pBSCNW (via CCMC) or both

BTSs can either be connected to the DISCO (Legacy) or the Add


Drop Multiplexer
These devices are in turn connected to the OC-3 port on the 11pMSW FP

CIUs can be connected to the T1 ports on the 11pMSW FP (via


CCMC) or to a DISCO (Legacy)

The MDM is connected to the BSS Manager via a LAN The MDM is connected to the CP3 of the CBRS via the LAN

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Timing Inputs to the EBSC/CBRS


EBSC/CBRS
Breaker Interface Panel

Rear connection

Filter Tray
EBSCTM EBSCTM

GPS Antenna

Cable Trough

CCMC
6 T1 Card
P27 P28 P29 P30 P31 P32 P33 P34 P35 P36 P37 P38 P39 P40 P41 P42 P43 P44 P45 P46 P47 P48 P49 P50 P76 P77 P78 P79 P80 P71 P72 P73 P74 P75

6 BC Cards
P66 P67 P68 P68 P70 P61 P62 P63 P64 P65

P56 P57 P58 P59 P60

P51 P52 P53 P54 P55

BCN and GPS timing to SBS per connector

Rear connection

Cable Trough

BITS
0 7

Cable Trough

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1 1

1 3

1 4

15 5

Cable Trough

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EBSCTM Output
One (1) 9.8304 MHz frequency output for
CDMA chip clock

Hz timing output for


Even Second timing Testing equipment

One (1) serial communication link for


Control/queries

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CCMC Front Connections


CCMC
NTPB13AA

Active Switch Card Shelf (OC-3 Express Form Factor)

6 T1 Cards
P27 P31 P35 P39 P43 P47 P76

6 BCN Cards
P71 P66 P61 P56 P51

P28 P29
P30

P32 P33
P34

P36 P37
P38

P40 P41
P42

P44 P45
P46

P48 P49

P77 P78 P79

P72 P73 P74


P75

P67 P68 P68


BCN and GPS timing to SBS

P62 P63 P64


P65
per connector

P57 P58 P59


P60

P52 P53 P54


P55

P50

P80

P70

T1s to Network Interface 11pMSW FPs

BCN and GPS timing to SBS interface 24pBCNW FPs

P93 P84 P83

P97 P88 P87

P100 P99 P90 P89

P95 P86 P85

P91 P82 P81

P106

P105

P102

P108

P107

P104

P92

P94

P96

P98

P103

P101

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CCMC Rear Connections


GPSTM1 GPSTM2 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12

P2 P3
P22 P23 P24 P25 P26

Alarm

P4

P13 P14 P15 P16

P17 P18 P19 P20 P21

BCN from SBS Cabinet

T1s to DSX for LPP connections


Power B Power A

P0

P1

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CCMC T1 Connections

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CCMC BCN Connections


P5 P6
BCN 0,1,4,5

BCN 0-3

BCN card 0 slot 16


BCN 2,3,6,7 BCN 8,9,16,17 BCN 10,11,12,13 BCN 14,15,20,21

P101 P102 P103 P104


Front Connections To 24pBCNW FP
Same as P105 Same as P102
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P7
P8 P9 P10
Rear Connections To SBS Cabinets

BCN card 1 slot 15 BCN card 2 slot 14 BCN card 3 slot 13

BCN 18,19,22,23

P11 BCN 24,25,28,29 P12


BCN 26,27,30,31

P105 P106 P107

P13 BCN 32,33,40,41 P14 BCN 34,35,36,37 P15 BCN 38,39,44,45 P16 BCN 42,43,46,47

BCN card 4 slot 12


BCN card 5 slot 11

P108

CCMC EBSCTM Connections


GPS-A Rear CCMC connection to EBSCTM1

BCN card 0 slot 16


GPS-A

P101 P102 P103


Front CCMC Connections To 24pBCNW FP

P2

BCN card 1 slot 15


Rear CCMC connection to EBSCTM2 GPS-B

P104
P105

P3

P106
GPS-B

P107 P108
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Alarm Loop Connections


Loop A0 Loop A0

P5 P6 P7 P8 P9
Rear Connections To SBS Cabinets

Loop A3 Loop B0 Loop B3 Loop A1 Loop A4 Loop B1 Loop B4 Loop A2 Loop A5

BCN Loop B0 Card 0/Slot16Loop B3


Loop A1

Loop A3

P101 P102 P103 P104


Front CCMC Connections To 24pBCNW FP

BCN Loop B1 Card 1/Slot15Loop B4


Loop A2
Loop A5 BCN Card 2/Slot14Loop B2 Loop B5 Loop A6

Loop A4

P10

Loop B2

Loop B5
Loop A6

P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P16

Loop A9 Loop B6 Loop B9 Loop A7

BCN Loop A9 Card 3/Slot13 Loop B6


Loop B9 Loop A7

P105
P106 P107 P108
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Loop A10
Loop B7 Loop B10 Loop A8 Loop A11 Loop B8 Loop B11

Loop A10 BCN Card 4/Slot12 Loop B7


Loop B10 Loop A8 Loop A11 BCN Card 5/Slot11 Loop B8 Loop B11

EBIP Alarm Connections


ALM_C

ALARM To P4 EBIP

EBSCTM 1 EBSCTM 2

ALM_NO

P2

ALM_NC

T1 Card 5

T1 Card 0
3V_ALARM0 3V_ALARM1 ALM_C ALM_NO ALM_NC X6

BCN Card 0 BCN Card 5


GPS

ALM_NC

P3
ALM_NO

ALM_C

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CCMC Connections Panel

63

CDMA EBSC/CBRS System Diagram


GPS BCN Link T1/E1 (UnC) T1 (Chan) Timing Optical Ethernet

CBRS
EBSCTM EBIP MDM/MDP

PP 15K

MTX
DMS Core Computing Module DMS Bus LPP LPP or FLIS ENET MTM OAU
T1 Voice Trunks

CCMC
11pMSW 24pBCNW 24pBCNW 24pBCNW 24pBCNW CP3 11pMSW 11pMSW 11pMSW CP3

BSS Manager

SLM

LAN

BTS or MCBTS

11pMSW

11pMSW

11pMSW 11pMSW

4pOC3

4pOC3

1 3

1 4

Add Drop Multiplexer


Another

IOC

SBS
ESEL ESEL ESEL ESEL ESEL ESEL SBSC ESEL ESEL ESEL ESEL ESEL ESEL SCI-S SCI-S

PSTN

Digital Trunk Controller


Internet

eBSC/CBRS

DISCO

PDSN FA/HA
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EBSC BCN Services


Lesson 3
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Lesson 3 Objectives
Relate BCN functions for the CBRS Understand BCN addressing types Describe features of the following traffic
management tools for the CBRS
Packet Storm Loopback Detection

Link Utilization Monitoring


Congestion Control

Understand the functions of the following:


PNNI DISCO Connectivity Audits Inverse Multiplexing for HDLC

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BCN Services
Provisioned and controlled by BSS
Manager and MDM BSS Manager provisions BCN services MDM provisions the physical ports

Maintained by FP host processor

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Scalable Capacity
Scalable in terms of Erlangs (voice traffic) and ports One CBRS frame
Up to 9000 Erlangs
Up to 420 T1 BTS ports (5 pairs of 11pMSW FP) 48 SBS ports (2 pairs of 24pBCNW FP)

Two CBRS frames


Up to 18000 Erlangs
672 T1 BTS ports (8 pairs of 11pMSW FP) 96 SBS ports (4 pairs of 24pBCNW FP)

Three CBRS frames


Up t0 18000 Erlangs
1008 T1 BTS ports ( 12 pairs of 11pMSW FP) 144 SBS ports ( 6pairs of 24pBCNW FP)

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EBSC BCN Service Features


Automatic provisioning of ATM connections to support BCN
traffic

Elimination of CIS and BIU cabinets from BSC Improved traffic management
Packet storm loop back detection Congestion control mechanisms

Link Utilization Monitoring

On demand or spooled statistics data Configurable real-time connectivity audit Back haul outage detection

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BCN Address Layouts


23 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 Query Range # Port # (7 bits) 8 Entity # (8 bits) 0

Query/Initialization (Q/I) type

DISCO # (6 bits)

Port # (7 bits)

Entity # (11 bits)

Traffic type 1 1 1 1 a a World Zone (11 bits) W-zone type (aa = 01 | 10)

Entity # (13 bits)

1 1

1 1 1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1

bcast addr

Broadcast type
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ATM Cell

BCN 24 bits

48 byte packet

V V V

P C C I I I 5 Byte Header

ATM Cell (53 bytes)


48 Byte Payload with BCN address

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Routing Service for Traffic Frames


Automatic provisioning of ATM connections
New BCN router 11pMSW FP 4pOC-3, 12pOC-3, and 12PDS3 also supported

BCN traffic frame arrives at FP with one of two cell formats


From a DISCO (OC-3c port) as an encapsulated ATM cell
DISCO encapsulates the BCN frame into a single 48 byte ATM cell

Directly from a BTS via a multiplexer like the OPTERA (OC-3)

Data flow through FP


Devices on FP forward frames to destination indicated
Uses PP15k backplane

BCN Route Table (BcnRouteTable)


Dynamic component Records set of BCN address ranges for EBSC Each CBRS has its own table

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VPI and VCI for the EBSC


VPI allow up to 256 virtual paths
8 bits in User to Network Interface header Each VPI allows up to 65,536 VCIs
16 bit VCI in header

VCI is assigned based on the first eight (8) bits of the BCN
address ( previously first six bits)
Required since a pair of 24pBCNW are assigned one traffic range

EBSC eliminates majority of hard coded VPI/VCI


assignments

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Private Network to Network Interface

BCN services uses PNNI to setup, maintain and teardown


ATM connections between Passports
Underlying BISC (BCN Inter-Shelf Communication) protocol

Provides routing and signaling capabilities


Dynamically ( at real-time)
Exchanges topology and link state information on an ongoing basis

Enables source routing


Route decided at first node

Interfaces terminate on either a 4pOC-3 or 4pOc-12 FP VPI is 12 bits in PNNI cell header

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Multicast Nailed Up Relay Point


DISCO ATMIC ATMIC ATMIF ATMIF PASSPORT Back Plane ATMIF ATMIF

Virtual Channel Link


ATMIC ATMIC

DISCO

Active

Spare

Virtual Channel Link

Virtual Channel Link

Nailed Up Relay Point

Relay Point

Manually provisioned relay points that connects virtual links together are called nailed up.
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Mimic APS
Automatic Protection Switching like mechanism (MIMIC APS) is
introduced to support a reliable interface between the DISCO and the CBRS. This APS like mechanism was created since the DISCOs do not conform the Passport APS standard.
Mimic APS normal operation:
DISCO Active ATMIC1
Fabric Fabric Working OC-3c line Active FP

CBRS

Inactive ATMIC2

Protection OC-3c

line
Active Line Inactive Line Standby FP

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Supported BCN Connection Types for EBSC


To a BTS
11pMSW

To a CIU
11pMSW

To a BSS Manager
11pMSW, 4pOC-3

To a legacy BCN router or DISCO


11pMSW, 4pOC-3

To other CBRS shelves that are part of the logical EBSC


4pOC-3, 12pOC-3

ISSHO connections to another BSC


11pMSW for T1 links, 4pOC-3, 12pDS3

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BCN Interfaces (BcnIf)


BCN interfaces supported for the following EBSC CDMA
subsystems: BTS
BtsBcnIf Supported only on 11pMSW

CIU
CiuBcnIf Supported only on 11pMSW

ISSHO links
IsshoBcnIf Supports BCN over T1 (only on 11pMSW) Supports BCN over ATM ( both 11pMSW and 4pOC-3)

DISCO
DiscoBcnIf Supported only on 11pMSW and 4pOC-3

BSS Manager
BssmBcnIf
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Traffic Management
Packet Storm Loopback Detection and Control Feature
Detects a packet storm due to loopback condition

Performs appropriate actions to protect affected systems


Generates a critical alarm Locks BCN port
Blocks all ingress and egress packets

Operator identifies and removes loopback source

Provisioned by operator on port-by-port basis


Feature must be enabled to work NO related action to solve loopback problem
ONLY detects and stops packet storm that results from loopback

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Packet Storm
The Packet Storm Loopback Detection and Control feature
protects CDMA Subsystems from being reset due to packet storms on loop back condition. the BTSPort and CIUPort MOs through LoopbackDetectionControl attribute.

The Packet Storm functionality supports on the ingress path of


When a packet storm loopback is detected on the ingress path,

traffic through the affected BCN port is shut down and critical alarm is generated. The operator needs to remove the packet storm loopback source and unlock the affected port to configure the port back to its original state. At this time, the critical alarm is cleared.

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Packet Storm
Enable/Disable the Packet Storm functionality on a per port basis
only supports through BSS Manager.
To enable the Packet Storm functionality, either set the field LoopbackDetectionControl to ENABLED on BTSPort/CIUPort MOs or set the field LOOPDETCTRL to Enabled in tables 11PMSWBTSPORTS/11PMSWCIUPORTS. To disable the Packet Storm functionality, either set the field LoopbackDetectionControl to DISABLED on BTSPort/CIUPort MOs or set the field LOOPDETCTRL to Disabled in tables 11PMSWBTSPORTS/11PMSWCIUPORTS.

When the field LoopbackDetectionControl is set via BSS

Manager, the value of detectionControl attribute under component BtsBcn/n BtsBcnIf/n LoopDetection is changed on the Passport 15000.

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Traffic Management
Link Utilization Monitoring Feature
Monitors traffic Measures link capacity on CIU, BTS, ISSHO DISCO and BSS Manager Provides three levels of alarms
Minor, Major, Critical

Links supported per FP


11pMSW: BTS, CIU, ISSHO, BSS Manager, DISCO 4pOC-3: ISSHO, BSS Manager, DISCO 12pDS3: ISSHO

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Link Utilization
The Link Utilization feature monitors traffics and measures of
how much the link capacity being used.

The Link Utilization functionality supports on the ingress & egress


paths of the BTSPort, CIUPort, ISSHOPort, BSSMPort, and DISCOPort MOs through the attributes:
LinkUtilAlarmThreshold: The thresholds for minor, major, and critical alarms TxAvgLinkUtilization: The average transmit link utilization. RxAvgLinkUtilization: The average receive link utilization.

On IMH configuration for BTS & ISSHO services, the link

utilization can only be measured over the whole IMH group. be disabled by setting the corresponding alarm threshold to 100.

The Link Utilization Alarm Threshold (minor, major, critical) can

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Link Utilization

When the average link utilization exceeds configured threshold


values for 3 consecutive minutes, an alarm is generated.

Average Link Utilization

D E B

88%

A
80%

C
72%

3 mins Time

Threshold values of LinkUtilAlarmThreshold:

A: Set Minor alarm B: Upgrade to Major alarm C: Downgrade to Minor alarm

D: Upgrade to Major alarm E: Upgrade to Critical alarm F: Downgrade to Major alarm

-Minor Threshold = 72 % -Major Threshold = 80 % -Critical Threshold = 88 %

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Traffic Management
Congestion Control Feature
Protects CBRS from being knocked out of service due to overload condition
Focuses on nodal congestion control in egress direction only

Detects, notifies and alleviates congestion on the following links:


11pMSW FP: CIU, BTS, ISSHO, DISCO, BSS Manager
24pBCNW: SBS

Uses a two priority queue mechanism


Single-bit priority scheme Queue scheduler Alarm issued for each

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Congestion Control
The Congestion Control feature provides the following
Queue packets based on priority scheme. Detect developing congestion. Discard packets based on priority scheme. Generate alarm.

functionalities when traffic exceeds the configured thresholds:

The Congestion Control functionality supports on the egress path


of the BTSPort, CIUPort, ISSHOPort, BSSMPort, DISCOPort, and SBSPort MOs through the following attributes:
TxQueueAlarmThreshold: The egress queue congestion alarm thresholds. TxQueueWeight: The number of packets in the egress queue.

TxQueueSize: The maximum number of BCN packets which the egress queue can hold.

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Congestion Control
Congestion Control Alarm Generation & Clearing:
Queue Length

D E

txQueueSize clearQFullThreshold

A
txQueueAlarmThreshold clearQAlarmThreshold

-txQueueSize = 127 (default value) -clearQFullThreshold = calculated as 90% of txQueueSize -txQueueAlarmThreshold = default to 80% of txQueueSize -clearQAlarmThreshold = calculated as 90% of txQueueAlarmThreshold -A & C: Minor alarm generated when queue length goes up and crosses txQueueAlarmThreshold level

Time

-B & F: Minor alarm cleared when the queue length goes down and crosses txQueueAlarmThreshold level -D : Upgrade to Critical alarm when the queue length exceeds txQueueSize level -E : Downgrade to Minor alarm when the queue length goes down and crosses clearQFullThreshold level

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Connectivity Audits MOs


SystemConfiguration1 SystemConnectivityAudit1 BCNPort1 PrimaryDISCOCSubsystem1 CIS CBS1 PrimaryDISCOCSubsystem2 PrimaryDISCOCSubsystem3 PrimaryDISCOCSubsystem4 Connectivity Audit1 EBSC Passport 11pMSWSubsystem5 11pMSWSubsystem6 24pBCNWSubsystem7.0 24pBCNWSubsystem7.1 Connectivity Audit1 SBSAggregate EBSCTM BTSAggregate CIUPort Root BCNPort2 ConnectivityAudit1

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Connectivity Audits
Provides the capability to verify connectivity between the
11pMSW and the following:
Other 11pMSW FPs DISCOs 24pBCNW FPS

Uses traffic range BCN addresses Provides functionality for:


Initiation of audits from 11pMSW FP Provisioning of a neighbor list Alarm generation upon connectivity failure
Displayed on BSS Manager

Backward compatible with DISCO connectivity audit

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Backhaul Outage Detection Audit


Real-time connectivity checks
Between BTS and 11pMSW

Periodic broadcast Acknowledgement of reset Backwards compatible

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AtmIf vs. BcnIf Overview


Prior to eBSC, provisioning for connectivity to a DISCO, a BSS In provisioning AtmIfs the operator was required to allocate
VPIs and in some cases VCIs.

Manager, or to setup ATM ISSHO links on a Passport required the use of AtmIfs.

Remember: A Vpi.Vci combination will give you a VCC

which is like seperating a big pipe (VPI) into smaller pipes (VCIs). Sometimes you dont need to breakdown a VPI into smaller pipes and this means that you only need to deal with a VPC.

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AtmIf vs. BcnIf Overview


All connections are uni-directional. An ATM switch receives an ATM cell with specific VPI and VCI
and routes it to a destination port and gives it a new VPI and VCI value.

The input VPI.VCI value is the most important value. It


describes the destination address of a particular packet.

The Output VPI.VCI value is unimportant to the DISCO

because this newly assigned VPI.VCI value is not used by the DISCO.

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AtmIf vs. BcnIf Overview


Most connections are based on VPI only
inter-DISCO Traffic connections ISSHO connections

Some connections use VPI and VCI value


All BSS Manager to Subsystem connections Subsystem to BSS Manager connections Inter-DISCO CIU connections Inter-DISCO Broadcast connections (Paging and TOD)

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ATMIF vs. BCNIF Overview


With eBSC the craftsperson is no longer required
to provision VPIs or VCIs with the exception of ATM based ISSHO.

Note that VPIs and VCIs are still in use, however


the new Atm based BcnIfs will automatically allocate connections based on a set of (Bar <-> Vpi.Vci) mapping tables. Please refer to the Mapping Tables section of this document to view the tables.

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Typical ATMIF provisioned for a Disco


A typical AtmIf for a Disco contains more than 500 lines of
provisioning data vs. ~6 lines for an eBSC DiscoIf.

All the possible traffic addresses in the network must be

represented by individual Vpc or Vcc and each pointing to their corresponding end point(s).

Provisioning data needs to be engineered carefully to ensure


correct endpoints are linked together.

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Typical ATMIF VPC Mapping


DISCO 7 (Atmic 1) DISCO 33 (Atmic 1) DISCO 33 (Atmic 2)

Atmif/20 If we want to reach DISCO 33 (subrange 0) we would route through here.

Atmif/22

Atmif/32

Vpc/132

Vpc/132

Vpc/132

Tm

Vpd

Mnrp

Tm

Vpd

Nrp

Tm

Vpd

Nrp

Mnrp Multicast nailed up relay point > d -p atmif/20 vpc/132 mnrp nexthop Atmif/20 Vpc/132 Mnrp nextHop = Atmif/22 Vpc/131 Nrp, Atmif/32 Vpc/131 Nrp ok 2002-09-05 13:00:00.00

Atmic cards require multicasting because there is no protection scheme in place (I.e. APS). This is no longer the case with eBSC. If no multicast is required, then the Nrp sub-component will be provisioned instead of Mnrp and it will only point to a single destination.
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Typical ATMIF VCC Mapping


DISCO 7 (Atmic 1) DISCO 33 (Atmic 1) CIU 0 DISCO 33 (Atmic 2)

Atmif/20 If we want to reach CIU 0 (WZ 35) we would route through here.

Atmif/21

Atmif/31

Vcc/248.17920

Vcc/248.17920

Vcc/248.17920

Tm

Vcd

Mnrp

Tm

Vcd

Nrp

Tm

Vcd

Nrp

> d -p atmif/20 vcc/248.17920 mnrp nexthop Atmif/20 Vcc/248.17920 Mnrp nextHop = Atmif/21 Vcc/248.17920 Nrp, Atmif/31 Vcc/248.17920 Nrp ok 2002-09-05 13:00:00.00

If no multicast is required, then the Nrp sub-component will be provisioned instead of Mnrp and it will only point to a single destination.

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ATMIF vs. BCNIF Mapping Tables


DISCO Traffic Addresses (egress) For Disco Traffic Addresses, only VP switching is used. i.e., each Traffic range is mapped into 4 separate VPIs (or subranges). The following mapping is used: Table 1 - BcnDiscoAtmIf Traffic Address Mapping (same as legacy)
Traffic Range Prefix 1 2 Start 0x040000 0x080000 Stop 0x07FFFF 0x0BFFFF VPC 4, 5, 6, 7 8, 9, 10, 11

3
4 5 6 : : 55 56 57 58 59 60

0x0C0000
0x100000 0x140000 0x180000

0x0FFFFF
0x13FFFF 0x17FFFF 0x1BFFFF

12, 13, 14, 15


16, 17, 18, 19 20, 21, 22, 23 24, 25, 26, 27 : :

0xDC0000 0xE00000 0xE40000 0xE80000 0xEC0000 0xF00000

0xDFFFFF 0xE3FFFF 0xE7FFFF 0xEBFFFF 0xEFFFFF 0xF3FFFF

220, 221, 222, 223 224, 225, 226, 227 228, 229, 230, 231 232, 233, 234, 235 236, 237, 238, 239 240, 241, 242, 243

DISCO
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ATMIF vs. BCNIF Mapping Tables


DISCO CIU World Zone Addresses (egress) For CIU World Zone addresses use VC switching, i.e, use the following mapping: Table 2 - BcnDiscoAtmIf CIU World Zone Address Mapping for World Zone 33 (same as legacy)
CIU CIU Pair 1 CIU Pair 2 CIU Pair 3 CIU Pair 4 Start 0xF80600 0xF80700 0xF80800 0xF80900 Stop 0xF80601 0xF80701 0xF80801 0xF80901 Start VPI.VCI 248.1536 248.1792 248.2048 248.2304 Stop VPI.VCI 248.1537 248.1793 248.2049 248.2305

CIU Pair 5
CIU Pair 6 CIU Pair 7 CIU Pair 8 CIU Pair 9

0xF80A00
0xF80B00 0xF80C00 0xF80D00 0xF80E00

0xF80A01
0xF80B01 0xF80C01 0xF80D01 0xF80E01

248.2560
248.2816 248.3072 248.3328 248.3584

248.2561
248.2817 248.3073 248.3329 248.3585

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ATMIF vs. BCNIF Mapping Tables


DISCO CIU World Zone Addresses (egress)

Table 3 - BcnDiscoAtmIf CIU World Zone Address Mapping for World Zone 35 (same as legacy)
CIU CIU Pair 1 CIU Pair 2 CIU Pair 3 CIU Pair 4 Start 0xF84600 0xF84700 0xF84800 0xF84900 Stop 0xF84601 0xF84701 0xF84801 0xF84901 Start VPI.VCI 248.17920 248.18176 248.18432 248.18688 Stop VPI.VCI 248.17921 248.18177 248.18433 248.18689

CIU Pair 5
CIU Pair 6 CIU Pair 7 CIU Pair 8 CIU Pair 9

0xF84A00
0xF84B00 0xF84C00 0xF84D00 0xF84E00

0xF84A01
0xF84B01 0xF84C01 0xF84D01 0xF84E01

248.18944
248.19200 248.19456 248.19712 248.19968

248.18945
248.19201 248.19457 248.19713 248.19969

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ATMIF vs. BCNIF Mapping Tables


DISCO BSS Manager World Zone Addresses (egress) For BSS Manager World Zone Addresses, use the following VC mapping: Table 4 - BcnDiscoAtmIf BSSM World Zone Address Mapping for World Zone 1 (same as legacy)
BSSM Address BSS Manager 0XF40100 VPI 244 VCI 256

Table 5 - BcnDiscoAtmIf BSSM World Zone Address Mapping for World Zone 3 (same as legacy)
BSSM Address BSS Manager 0XF44100 VPI 244 VCI 16640

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ATMIF vs. BCNIF Mapping Tables


DISCO Query/Initialization Addresses (egress) For Query/Initialization addresses, use the following VC mapping: Table 6 - BcnDiscoAtmIf Query/Initialization Address Mapping (same as legacy)
DISCO Q range # 1 2 3 4 DISCO Q Address Low 0x08000 0x10000 0x18000 0x20000 DISCO Q Address High 0x0FFFF 0x17FFF 0x1FFFF 0x27FFF VPI 3 3 3 3 VCI 81 82 83 84

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ATMIF vs. BCNIF Mapping Tables


DISCO Broadcast Addresses
For each broadcast address ingress setup request, we have to map the broadcast address to a VPI/VCI pair and set up the ingress path with the DEI provided. Table 7 - BcnDiscoAtmIf Broadcast Address Mapping (same as legacy)
Destination Multicast file distribution Broadcast Address 0xFFFFF0 VPI 255 VCI 65520

unused
unused unused unused unused unused unused unused unused unused unused Time Of Day (TOD) unused BTS Paging unused

0xFFFFF1
0xFFFFF2 0xFFFFF3 0xFFFFF4 0xFFFFF5 0xFFFFF6 0xFFFFF7 0xFFFFF8 0xFFFFF9 0xFFFFFA 0xFFFFFB 0xFFFFFC 0xFFFFFD 0xFFFFFE 0xFFFFFF

255
255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255

65521
65522 65523 65524 65525 65526 65527 65528 65529 65530 65531 65532 65533 65534 65535

VPI = 255 (first byte of broadcast address) VCI = last 2 bytes of the broadcast address.
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ATMIF vs. BCNIF Mapping Tables


BSS Managaer DISCO Traffic Addresses (Ingress)
Disco Traffic Addresses are used for setting up ingress paths to other subsystems on the EBSC. Use the following VC mapping: Table 8 - BcnBssmAtmIf Traffic Address Mapping
Traffic Range Prefix Start Stop VPI VCI (ebsc) VCI (legacy)

1
1 1 1 2 2 2 2 : 60 :

0x040000
0x050000 0x060000 0x070000 0x080000 0x090000 0x0A0000 0x0B0000

0x04FFFF
0x05FFFF 0x06FFFF 0x07FFFF 0x08FFFF 0x09FFFF 0x0AFFFF 0x0BFFFF : 0xF3FFFF

3
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 : 3

304
305 306 307 308 309 310 311 : 543

201

202

0xF30000

260

BSS Manager
104

ATMIF vs. BCNIF Mapping Tables


BSS Manager CIU World Zone Addresses (Ingress)
CIU World Zone addresses is used for setting up Ingress path to CIU. Use the following VC mapping for both world zone #33 and #35 Table 9 - BcnBssmAtmIf CIU World Zone Address Mapping (same as legacy)
VPI 3 VCI 80

BSS Manager World Zone Addresses (Egress) For other subsystems to communicate with the BSS Manager, use the following mapping to set up the egress path for the BSS Manager world zone number VPI/VCI Mapping for WZ to BSS Manager Communication Table 10 VPI/VCI Mapping for CBRS
CBRS WZ loopback VPI 3 2 VCI (CBRS) 110 2

Table 11 VPI/VCI Mapping for legacy


Disco # 1 2 3 4 loopback VPI 3 3 3 3 2 VCI (Atmic1) 111 112 113 114 2 VCI (Atmic2) 121 122 123 124 2

105

ATMIF vs. BCNIF Mapping Tables


BSS Manager Broadcast Addresses (Ingress)
To set up ingress paths to the broadcast addresses, use the following mapping: Table 12 - BcnBssmAtmIf Broadcast Address Mapping for DISCO (new to CBRS)
Destination Multicast file distribution Time Of Day (TOD) BTS Paging Broadcast Address 0xFFFFF0 0xFFFFFC 0xFFFFFE VPI 3 3 3 VCI (ebsc) 550 562 564 VCI (legacy) Not used 100 Not used

BSSM
106

ATMIF vs. BCNIF Mapping Tables


BSS Manager Query/Initialization Addresses (Ingress)
To set up ingress paths to the Query/Initialization addresses, use the following mapping: Table 13 - BcnBssmAtmIf Query/Initialization Address Mapping for DISCO (same as legacy)
DISCO Q range # 1 2 3 4 DISCO Q Address Low 0x008000 0x010000 0x018000 0x020000 DISCO Q Address High 0x00FFFF 0x017FFF 0x01FFFF 0x027FFF VPI 3 3 3 3 VCI 81 82 83 84

i.e., VPI = 3 VCI = DISCO Query Range + 80

BSSM
107

ATMIF vs. BCNIF Mapping Tables


BSS Manager Query/Initialization Addresses (Ingress)
To set up ingress paths to the Query/Initialization addresses, use the following mapping: Table 14 - BcnBssmAtmIf Query/Initialization Address Mapping for 11pMSW / 24pBCN (new to CBRS)
DISCO Q range # 5 5 : 5 QueryInitE BscId 1 2 : 32 EBSC Query Address Low 0x01028000 0x02028000 : 0x20028000 EBSC Query Address High 0x0102FFFF 0x0202FFFF : 0x2002FFFF DISCO Q Address Low 0x028000 0x028000 : 0x028000 DISCO Q Address High 0x02FFFF 0x02FFFF : 0x02FFFF VPI VCI

3 3 : 3

601 602 : 632

i.e., VPI = 3 VCI = DISCO Query Range + 600

BSSM
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CBRS and the BSS Manager


Lesson 4
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Lesson 4 Objectives
Explain the roles of the MDM and the BSS
Manager in the CBRS

Recognize new CBRS managed objects Describe new BSS Manager tools for the
CBRS

110

BSS Manager and the CBRS

111

The BSS Manager for the CBRS


The BSS Manager includes OA&M integration of CBRS FP
cards with CDMA system
Fault/Alarm Management Configuration Management

The BSS Manager can be connected to either of the following :


11pMSW function processor (OC-3c port) 4pOC-3 function processor

The BSS Manager has a new standalone GUI for EBSC port
map MOs (Managed Objects)

The BSS Manager can support up to 650 cell carriers Only CDMA services configured in BSS Manager
Hardware commissioning and provisioning via the MDM

112

MDM and BSS Manager Interaction


MDM Server
BSS Manager
Core BSS Manager

LAN Network
MDM Gatewa y

MDM Client PP15K

113

Data Paths
Configuration Data

BSS Manager
Event Reports

MDM

Traffic data

CBRS

114

OA&M Integration
OA&M provides the following functionalities on the Enhanced
BSC FPs:
Fault & Alarm Management (FM) Configuration Management (CM) Performance Management (OM) Security Management (SM)

The key elements in CBRS OA&M integration includes:


The BSS Manager The MDM (Multi-service Data Manager) The MDP (Management Data Provider)

Function Processor
11pMSW FP
24pBCNW FP 4pOC3 FP 4pOC12 FP 12pDS3Atm FP

FM
BSSM
BSSM MDM MDM MDM

CM
BSSM
BSSM MDM MDM MDM

OM
MDP
MDP MDP MDP MDP

SM
MDM
MDM MDM MDM MDM
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OA&M Integration
BSS Manager
Is the centralized OA&M processor in CDMA network Configured in redundant mode on a SUN ES450 Solaris 2.8 platform. Used to configure CDMA services only.

Multi-service Data Manager (MDM)


Previously known as NMS (Network Management System).

Is the OA&M entity for the Passport 15000.


Configured in redundant mode on a SUN Solaris 2.8 platform. Used for hardware commissioning and provisioning of CBRS Functional Processors.

Has the ability to communicate with multiple Passport 15000 and with multiple BSS Managers.

116

OA&M Integration
Management Data Provider (MDP)
Is a bulk data collection and processing system for network accounting and statistical information. Run on the same SUN Solaris platform where MDM is configured Used to collect spooled OMs from all Passport 15000 in CBRS. There is no interaction between BSS Manager and MDP.

The MDM/MDP workstations are connected to the BSS Managers


via LAN, in a trusted workstation mode.

Three ways to launch the MDM GUI:


From the BSMCI Tool, type command startmdm From the Tools pull-down menu of the BSS Manager Navigator, select Start the MDM From the Applications tab of the BSMControl, select MDM Start the MDM

117

Addressing Mechanism
Traffic Address Mechanism changes:
One traffic address range allocated for each 11pMSW FP. One traffic address range is broken down into two sub-traffic ranges, allocated to two 24pBCNW FP pairs.

Q/I Address Mechanism changes:


The first four query ranges are used for DISCOs The fifth query range is used for 60 Functional Processors (due to the limitation of 60 traffic range numbers).

Worldzone Address Mechanism:


No changes made to the WorldZone address mechanism for CBRS

Broadcast Address Mechanism changes:


One address is used for Time of Day, one address is used for BTS paging, one address is used for Multicast File Distribution, the remaining addresses are unused.

118

BSMControl Modifications
Modification on the KACN Tab Interface:
The EBSC ATM Configuration button is created to allow the configuration and routing mechanisms of the ATM card to the Passport 15000, based on the new addressing mechanism.

119

BSMControl Modifications
Modifications on the Config Tab Interface:
The button Set up MDM configuration information is created to allow MDM Configuration setup. The BSS Manager needs to be stopped when the MDM configuration is changed. The button Write to configuration file should also be selected before the BSS Manager is started.

120

BSMControl Modifications
Information required to set up MDM connection include:
The IP address or host name of the MDM servers The MDM userid & password

The MDM Passport Group ID & password

121

Bsmcontrol Applications

122

MDM Launch from BSMControl

123

EBSC Hierarchy in BSS Manager

124

New EBSC Managed Objects


EnhancedBSC
Parent MO for EBSC

Passport
Logical parent to EBSC new function processors

EBSCHardware
Flags hardware alarms

TimeODay
Holds the Time Of Day information

11pMSWSubsystemX 24pBCNWSubsystemX,Y

125

11pMSW FP Expanded View

126

New MOs for 11pMSW FP


11pMSWSubsystemX
Top level MO For a single 11pMSW subsystem Maps CDMA services to the physical ports of 11pMSW Analogous to BCNPortMap in Primary DISCO BTSs with same destination traffic range number (DISCO number) One (1) BCN traffic address range assigned per 11pMSW
120 BTSs per 11pMSW

11pMSWPortMap

BTSAggregate
BTSPort

CIUPort
Connected to any of the copper T1 of the 11pMSW

127

More New MOs for 11p


DiscoPort
Contains parameters to configure a OC-3c port with DISCO attached Mate DISCO is required to communicate with mate CIU

IMH
Represents parameters to configure IMH

Connectivity Audit
Displays information about DISCOs/11pMSWs/24pBCNWs in the neighbor list

BSSMPort
Contains parameters to configure a OC_3c port for BSS Manager

ISSHO
Contains parameters to setup an ISSHO connection on OC-3 channelize port Maximum of 60 ISSHO ports

128

Complete EBSC View with 24pBCNW

129

New MOs for 24pBCNW


24BCNWSubsystemX.Y
Top level MO X represents the traffic range number assigned Y represents the subsection (0-1) of traffic range

23pBCNWPortMap
Maps the hardware RS422 port to SBS

EBSCTM
Represents the EBSCTM in the Passport

SBSAggregate
SBS ports having same traffic range prefix (DISCO number)

SBSPort
One instance for each physical SBS serviced by this 24pBCNW

Connectivity Audit
Information about DISCOs in neighbor list

130

CBRS Tools
New tools supported in CBRS include:
The Enhanced BSC Port Map Viewer Tool The Data Audit Tool The MDM Configuration Validation Tool The ISSHO Fixed to Balanced Tool The Enhanced BSC Configuration Tool

131

Enhanced BSC Port Map Viewer Tool


This GUI tool shows the port configuration data defined in
11pMSWPortMap & 24pBCNWPortMap MOs.
BTSPort, CIUPort, ISSHOPort, DISCOPort, BSSMPort, IMH, and SBSPort.

To launch the tool, from the Tools pull-down menu of the BSS
Manager Navigator, select Enhanced BSC Port Map Viewer.

BTSPort View Information:

132

Enhanced BSC Port Map Viewer Tool


CIUPort View Information:

ISSHOPort View Information:

133

Enhanced BSC Port Map Viewer Tool


DISCOPort View Information:

BSSMPort View Information:

134

Enhanced BSC Port Map Viewer Tool


IMH View Information:

SBSPort View Information:

135

Data Audit Tool


The Data Audit Tool audits CDMA service components
related to 11pMSW and 24pBCNW.

The tool provides a report (in text file format) for


inconsistencies between the configuration in the BSS Manager and the Passport 15000.

The tool will not generate alarms or fix any inconsistencies


being found.

To launch the tool, from the BSS Manager prompt, type: To list various options provided by the tool, type:
ebscDataAudit h.

ebscDataAudit p <Passport_name> -s <[11p, 24p, all]>

The audit report is stored in directory /opt/bsm/adm/cfds


136

MDM Configuration Validation Tool


Provide MDM Configuration Validations:
Validate MDM license Validate the local hosts file Validate the local MDM processes Validate the connectivity of the primary MDM Validate the connectivity of the secondary MDM

A potential solution will be displayed if problems are


encountered during the validation process.

To launch the tool, from the BSS Manager prompt, type:


ValidateMDMSetup.

To list various options provided by the tool, type:


ValidateMDMSetup h.

137

ISSHO Fixed to Balanced Tool


This GUI tool allows the user to reconfigure ISSHO
BCNPorts on legacy DISCOs for load balancing.

The tool functionality includes:


Modify the address ranges on a legacy DISCO BCNPorts to allow ISSHO traffic received from an IMH group. Delete scripts & log files created by the tool.

The DISCO subsystem status must be APPRunning and


ISSHOPort must be Unlock/Coupled/Enabled for this tool purpose.

To launch the tool, from the BSS Manager prompt, type:


isshofixtobal.

138

Additional Tools
Commissioning Manager
CLI GUI Modified for CBRS to use Traffic Range and add a PortNum field

139

BSMCI Tables for EBSC


New BSMCI tables
PASSPORTINV 11PMSWINV 11PMSWBTSPORTS 11PMSWCIUPORTS 11PMSWBSSMPORTS 11PMSWISSHOPORTS 11PMSWDISCOPORTS

Modified BSMCI tables


MACROBTSINV MINIBTSINV METROINV PDB SBSINV

REACHABLEWORLDZONELIST 11PMSWIMH
11PMSWIMHLINKS 24PBCNWSBSPORTS 24PBCNWINV CONNAUDITSYSSETTINGSLIST SHAREDNEIGHBORLIST

140

New MOs / BSMCI Tables



EnhancedBSC is the parent MO of the Enhanced BSC Adding Enhanced BSC MOs in the Operational Tree via the CLI scripts and the BSS Manager Navigator (Drag & Drop) are not supported for CBRS. All Enhanced BSC MOs in the BSS Manager must be configured through BSMCI tables. MOs created as part of the Passport 15000 include:

BSMCI Table

Managed Objects

Passport MO
An entry is datafilled in

table PASSPORTINV

created

EBSCHardware MO SubsystemAlarm MO TimeOfDay MO

141

New MOs / BSMCI Tables


MOs created as part of the 11pMSW FP include:
BSMCI Tables Managed Objects

11pMSWSubsystem MO
An entry is datafilled in

11pMSWPortMap MO
created

table 11pMSWINV

BTSAggregate MO ConnectivityAudit MO

SubsystemAlarm MO
An entry is datafilled in tables

11PMSWBTSPORTS 11PMSWCIUPORTS 11PMSWISSHOPORTS 11PMSWBSSMPORTS 11PMSWDISCOPORTS 11PMSWIMH 11PMSWIMHLINKS

created created created created created created

BTSPort MO CIUPort MO ISSHOPort MO BSSMPort MO DISCOPort MO IMH MO


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MOs created as part of the 24pBCNW FP include:


BSMCI Tables Managed Objects

New MOs / BSMCI Tables

24pBCNWSubsystem MO 24pBCNWPortMap MO
An entry is datafilled in

table 24PBCNWINV

created

SBSAggregate MOs EBSCTM MO ConnectivityAudit MO SubsystemAlarm MO

An entry is datafilled in table

24PBCNWSBSPORTS

created

SBSPort MO

MO created as part of the ConnectivityAudit include:


BSMCI Tables Table SHAREDNEIGHBORLIST Table CONNAUDITSYSSETTINGSLIST Managed Objects

SystemConnectivityAudit MO

143

Enhanced BSC Hierarchy in BSS Manager


BSM CIS

PrimaryDISCOSubsystemX
MiniBTS MiniBTSSubsystem 1

Cells

MacroBTS

BTSSubsystem 1,5

SubsystemAlarm
11pMSWSubsystemX

MetroBTS

MCBTSSubsystem 1,3 1,2

CBS

EnhancedBSC
1,1

Passport

24pBCNWSubsystemX.Y

EBSCHardware TimeOfDay
X =DISCO Traffic Range = [1 .. 60] Y = Sub-traffic Range = [0 .. 1]

MTXSubsystem

SBSs

SBSCSubsystem

SubsystemAlarm

Parent MO of Enhanced BSC MO created by table PASSPORTINV

SystemConfiguration TFUs TFUSubsystem

SystemConnectivityAudit

MO created by table 11pMSWINV MO created by table 24pBCNWINV Existing MO in legacy BSC

144

11pMSW FP MO Hierarchy in BSS Manager


1

11pMSWPortMap
1 1,127

BTSAggregate CIUPort

BTSPort

0,17

ConnectivityAudit

11pMSWSubsystemX

1,60

ISSHOPort

1,2

BSSMPort DISCOPort

1,2

1,42

IMH

MO created by table 11PMSWINV MO created by table 11PMSWBTSPORTS

SubsystemAlarm

MO created by table 11PMSWCIUPORTS MO created by table 11PMSWISSHOPORTS MO created by table 11PMSWBSSMPORTS MO created by table 11PMSWDISCOPORTS MO created by table 11PMSWIMH

145

24pBCNW FP MO Hierarchy in BSS Manager


1

24pBCNWPortMap
1 0,11

SBSAggregate

SBSPort

ConnectivityAudit SBSPort

24pBCNWSubsystemX.Y

SBSAggregate

0,11

ConnectivityAudit

1,2

EBSCTM

SubsystemAlarm
MO created by table 24PBCNWINV MO created by table 24PBCNWSBSPORTS

Note: Only the Primary 24pBCNW FP pair has direct contact with the EBSCTM MO

146

BSMCI Tables Dependency


BSMCI tables of the Enhanced BSC are dependent to each
other (except table PASSPORTINV is independent).
11PMSWBTSPORTS
11PMSWCIUPORTS 11PMSWINV 11PMSWISSHOPORTS 11PMSWBSSMPORTS 11PMSWDISCOPORTS 11PMSWIMH REACHABLEWORLDZONELIST 11PMSWIMHLINKS

PASSPORTINV

24PBCNWINV

24PBCNWSBSPORTS

Note: The BSMCI table dependencies in this figure are from left to right.

147

New BSMCI Tables


Table PASSPORTINV: Represents the physical Passport 15000 shelf
Field Name Range Default Value Brief Fields PPNAME PPNODEID CIUWZONE string string 1..35 33 Full Fields QINITRANGE 5..7 5 Passport: QueryInitRange Passport:InstanceDisplayName Passport:PassportNodeId EnhancedBSC:CIUWorldZonePrefix Related MO: Attribute

Table 11PMSWINV: Represents the 11pMSW FP pair in the Passport


Field Name Range Default Value Brief Fields Related MO: Attribute

PPNAME
TRAFFICRANGE LPNUM1 LPNUM2 LAPSNUMCHAN

string
1..60 1..15 1..15 0..15999

Passport:InstanceDisplayName
11pMSWSubsystem:PassportNodeId 11pMSWSubsystem:LPNumber1 11pMSWSubsystem:LPNumber2 BTSAggregate:InterfaceName

148

New BSMCI Tables


Table 11PMSWBTSPORTS: Provide info on OC3 T1 port (BTS).
Field Name Range Default Related MO: Attribute Brief Fields

TRAFFICRANGE
PORTNUM INTFNAME ADMINFIELD

1..60
1..127 string string

none Full Fields

11pMSWSubsystem:InstanceDisplayName
BTSPort:InstanceDisplayName BTSPort:InterfaceName BTSPort:AdminField

LOOPDETCTRL LUTILALMTMIN LUTILALMTMAJ LUTILALMCRI TXQALMT1 TXQALMT2 TXQWEIGHT1 TXQWEIGHT2 TXQSIZE1 TXQSIZE2

Enabled/Disabled

72 80 88 80 80 80 2 127 127

BTSPort:LoopbackDetectionControl BTSPort:LinkUtilAlarmThreshold[0] BTSPort:LinkUtilAlarmThreshold[1] BTSPort:LinkUtilAlarmThreshold[2] BTSPort:TxQueueAlarmThreshold[0] BTSPort:TxQueueAlarmThreshold[1] BTSPort:TxQueueWeight[0] BTSPort:TxQueueWeight[1] BTSPort:TxQueueSize[0] BTSPort:TxQueueSize[1]

0..100 0..100 0..100 0..100 0..100 1..127 1..127 1..127 1..127

149

New BSMCI Tables


Table 11PMSWCIUPORTS: Provide info on T1 ports for CIU.
Field Name Range Default Related MO: Attribute Brief Fields

TRAFFICRANGE
CIUNUM PORTNUM INTFNAME ADMINFIELD

1..60
0..17 1..127 string string

none

11pMSWSubsystem:InstanceDisplayName
CIUPort:InstanceDisplayName CIUPort:PortNumber CIUPort:InterfaceName CIUPort:AdminField

Full Fields LOOPDETCTRL LUTILALMTMIN LUTILALMTMAJ LUTILALMCRI TXQALMT1 TXQALMT2 TXQWEIGHT1 TXQWEIGHT2 TXQSIZE1 TXQSIZE2
Enabled/Disabled

72 80 88 80 80 80 2 127 127

CIUPort:LoopbackDetectionControl CIUPort:LinkUtilAlarmThreshold[0] CIUPort:LinkUtilAlarmThreshold[1] CIUPort:LinkUtilAlarmThreshold[2] CIUPort:TxQueueAlarmThreshold[0] CIUPort:TxQueueAlarmThreshold[1] CIUPort:TxQueueWeight[0] CIUPort:TxQueueWeight[1] CIUPort:TxQueueSize[0] CIUPort:TxQueueSize[1]

0..100 0..100 0..100 0..100 0..100 1..127 1..127 1..127 1..127

150

New BSMCI Tables


Table 11PMSWISSHOPORTS: Represents ISSHO interfaces
Field Name Range Default Related MO: Attribute Brief Fields

TRAFFICRANGE
PORTNUM EGRESSTRLIST INTFNAME ADMINFIELD

1..60
0..17 59:1..60 string string

none

11pMSWSubsystem:InstanceDisplayName
ISSHOPort:InstanceDisplayName ISSHOPort:EgressTrafficRangeList ISSHOPort:InterfaceName ISSHOPort:AdminField Full Fields

LUTILALMTMIN LUTILALMTMAJ LUTILALMCRI TXQALMT1 TXQALMT2 TXQWEIGHT1 TXQWEIGHT2 TXQSIZE1 TXQSIZE2

0..100 0..100 0..100 0..100 0..100 1..127 1..127 1..127 1..127

61 68 75 80 80 80 2 127 127

ISSHOPort:LinkUtilAlarmThreshold[0] ISSHOPort:LinkUtilAlarmThreshold[1] ISSHOPort:LinkUtilAlarmThreshold[2] ISSHOPort:TxQueueAlarmThreshold[0] ISSHOPort:TxQueueAlarmThreshold[1] ISSHOPort:TxQueueWeight[0] ISSHOPort:TxQueueWeight[1] ISSHOPort:TxQueueSize[0] ISSHOPort:TxQueueSize[1]

151

New BSMCI Tables


Table 11PMSWBSSMPORTS: Represents BSS Manager interface component
Field Name Range Default Related MO: Attribute Brief Fields TRAFFICRANGE PORTNUM INTFNAME 1..60 1..2 string 11pMSWSubsystem:InstanceDisplayName BSSMPort:InstanceDisplayName BSSMPort:InterfaceName

ADMINFIELD

string

none

BSSMPort:AdminField

Full Fields LUTILALMTMIN LUTILALMTMAJ LUTILALMCRI TXQALMT1 TXQALMT2 TXQWEIGHT1 TXQWEIGHT2 TXQSIZE1 TXQSIZE2 0..100 0..100 0..100 0..100 0..100 1..127 1..127 1..127 1..127 61 68 75 80 80 80 2 127 127 BSSMPort:LinkUtilAlarmThreshold[0] BSSMPort:LinkUtilAlarmThreshold[1] BSSMPort:LinkUtilAlarmThreshold[2] BSSMPort:TxQueueAlarmThreshold[0] BSSMPort:TxQueueAlarmThreshold[1] BSSMPort:TxQueueWeight[0] BSSMPort:TxQueueWeight[1] BSSMPort:TxQueueSize[0] BSSMPort:TxQueueSize[1]

152

New BSMCI Tables


Table 11PMSWDISCOPORTS: Represents DISCO Interface components
Field Name Range Default Value Related MO: Attribute Brief Fields

TRAFFICRANGE
DISRANGE REACHTRLIST LAPSNUMCON ADMINFIELD

1..60
1..60 58:1..60 0..15999 string

none

11pMSWSubsystem:InstanceDisplayName
DISCOPort:TrafficRangePrefix DISCOPort:ReachableTrafficRangeList DISCOPort:InterfaceName DISCOPort:AdminField Full Fields

LUTILALMTMIN LUTILALMTMAJ LUTILALMCRI TXQALMT1 TXQALMT2 TXQWEIGHT1 TXQWEIGHT2 TXQSIZE1 TXQSIZE2

0..100 0..100 0..100 0..100 0..100 1..127 1..127 1..127 1..127

61 68 75 80 80 80 2 127 127

DISCOPort:LinkUtilAlarmThreshold[0] DISCOPort:LinkUtilAlarmThreshold[1] DISCOPort:LinkUtilAlarmThreshold[2] DISCOPort:TxQueueAlarmThreshold[0] DISCOPort:TxQueueAlarmThreshold[1] DISCOPort:TxQueueWeight[0] DISCOPort:TxQueueWeight[1] DISCOPort:TxQueueSize[0] DISCOPort:TxQueueSize[1]

153

New BSMCI Tables


Table REACHABLEWORLDZONELIST:
Represents information of CIU and BSSM connections to DISCO which is hanging off the 11pMSW FP.
Field Name Range Default Value Brief Fields Related MO: Attribute

DISPORTNUM
REACHWZONE REACHCIULIST

1..4
1..35 18:0..17

DISCOPort:InstanceDisplayName
DISCOPort:ReachableWorldZoneList DISCOPort:ReachableWorldZoneList

Table 11PMSWIMH: Represents info about the IMH groups.


Field Name Range Default Value Related MO: Attribute Brief Fields TRAFFICRANGE IMHNUMBER PROJLINKS ADMINFIELD 1..60 1..210 1..8 string none none none 11pMSWSubsystem:InstanceDisplayName IMH:InstanceDisplayName IMH:ProjectedNumberOfLinks IMH:AdminField

154

New BSMCI Tables


Table 11PMSWIMHLINKS: Represents info about each T1 link in an IMH MO
Field Name Range Default Value Related MO: Attribute

Brief Fields TRAFFICRANGE IMHNUMBER INSTANCENUM 1..60 1..210 1..8 none none none 11pMSWSubsystem:InstanceDisplayName IMH:InstanceDisplayName IMH:IMHLinks

IMHLINK

string

none

IMH:IMHLinks

Table 24PBCNWINV: Represents 24pBCNW FP pair in Passport.


Field Name Range Default Value Related MO: Attribute Brief Fields PPNAME TRAFFICRANGE string 1..60 Passport:InstanceDisplayName 24pBCNWSubsystem:InstanceDisplayName

SUBTRNUM
LPNUM1 LPNUM2

0..1
1..15 1..15

24pBCNWSubsystem:InstanceDisplayName
24pBCNWSubsystem:LPNumber1 24pBCNWSubsystem:LPNumber2
155

New BSMCI Tables


Table 24PBCNWSBSPORTS : Represents SBS Interface component
Field Name Range Default Value Related MO: Attribute Brief Fields TRAFFICRANGE SUBTRNUM PORTNUM 1..60 0..1 0..23 24pBCNWSubsystem:InstanceDisplayName 24pBCNWSubsystem:InstanceDisplayName SBSPort:InstanceDisplayName

ADMINFIELD

string

none

SBSPort:AdminField

Full Fields TXQALMT1 TXQALMT2 TXQWEIGHT1 TXQWEIGHT2 TXQSIZE1 TXQSIZE2 0..100 0..100 1..127 1..127 1..127 1..127 80 80 80 2 127 127 SBSPort:TxQueueAlarmThreshold[0] SBSPort:TxQueueAlarmThreshold[1] SBSPort:TxQueueWeight[0] SBSPort:TxQueueWeight[1] SBSPort:TxQueueSize[0] SBSPort:TxQueueSize[1]

156

New BSMCI Tables


Table SHAREDNEIGHBORLIST: Represents the list neighbors for connectivity audits
Field Name Range Default Related MO: Attribute Brief Fields DISCONUM BSCID 1..60 string none none SystemConnectivityAudit:SystemConnectivityAuditSettings SystemConnectivityAudit: SystemConnectivityAuditSettings

Table CONNAUDITSYSSETTINGSLIST: Represents the connectivity audit settings for


each traffic range
Field Name Range
Brief Fields TRAFFICRANGE AUDITACTIVEATMIC AUDITINACTIVEATMIC ATMICSWOVER 1..60 ACTIVATED, DEACTIVATED ACTIVATED, DEACTIVATED ACTIVATED, DEACTIVATED SystemConnectivityAudit SystemConnectivityAudit SystemConnectivityAudit SystemConnectivityAudit

Default

Related MO: Attribute

NEIGHBOURLISTSELECTION

SharedList, MateDISCO

SystemConnectivityAudit

157

Existing Tables Modification


The following existing BSMCI tables are modified to support BTSs
connected to the 11pMSW FP:
Table MINIBTSINV

Table MACROBTSINV
Table METROINV Table PDB

Modifications in these tables include:


Change fieldname DISCO to TRAFFICRANGE
Change fieldname BCNPORT to PORTNUM, value [1..127] Add new fieldname CONNTYPE, value [DISCO, 11PMSW]

158

Existing Tables Modification


The table SBSINV is modified to support SBSs connected to the
24pBCNW FP.

Modifications in table SBSINV include:


Change fieldname DISCO to TRAFFICRANGE
Change fieldname BCNPORT to PORTNUM Add new fieldname SUBTRNUM, value [0,1] Add new fieldname CONNTYPE, value [DISCO, 24PBCNW]
If CONNTYPE = DISCO, then:
TRAFFICRANGE = DISCO number SUBTRNUM will be ignored PORTNUM = [1..96] If CONNTYPE = 24PBCNW, then: TRAFFICRANGE = 24pBCNW number SUBTRNUM = 24pBCNW sub-traffic range PORTNUM = [0..23]

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CBRS and the MDM


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Objectives
Recognize MDM functions Understand how the MDM gateway works Describe the purpose of the MDP

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Passport MDM in the EBSC


EBSC#1
CBRS Breaker Interface Panel
Filter Tray
EBSCTM EBSCTM

EBSC #2
CBRS

MDM

Breaker Interface Panel


Filter Tray
EBSCTM EBSCTM

Cable Trough

CCMC
6 T1 Card
P27 P28 P29 P30 P31 P32 P33 P34 P35 P36 P37 P38 P39 P40 P41 P42 P43 P44 P45 P46 P47 P48 P49 P50 P76 P77 P78 P79 P71 P72 P73 P74

Cable Trough
6 BC Cards
P66 P67 P68 P68 P61 P62 P63 P64 P56 P57 P58 P59 P51 P52 P53 P54 P55 P27 P31 P32 P33 P34

CCMC
6 T1 Card
P35 P36 P37 P38 P39 P40 P41 P42 P43 P44 P45 P46 P47 P48 P49 P50

P80 P75 P70 BCN and GPS timing toP65 P60 SBS per connector

Ethernet
Cable Trough

P28 P29 P30

P76 P77 P78 P79

6 BC Cards
P71 P72 P73 P74 P66 P67 P68 P68 P61 P62 P63 P64

P56 P57 P58 P59

P51 P52 P53 P54 P55

P80 P75 P70 BCN and GPS timing toP65 P60 SBS per connector

Cable Trough
0 7

Cable Trough

LAN BSS Manager


BSS Manager BSS Manager BSS Manager

Cable Trough
88
1 1 1 3 1 4

15 5

Cable Trough

88

1 1

1 3

1 4

15 5

Cable Trough

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Overview
Workstation based Network management system Provides OA&M functions for Passport 15K frames
Fault management Configuration management Security management Performance management Accounting

MDM 13.3 release for NBSS 11.0 GUI Previously known as Network Management System (NMS) Able to configure and troubleshoot Passport 15K frame, shelves and function processors

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New Requirements for the EBSC MDM


Solaris 2.8 Redundant configuration (Active/Redundant)
Supports redundant BSS Managers for 11pMSW and 24pBCNW Supports higher capacity/load on MDM hardware

Other Passport functions not supported on CBRS MDM Multiple Passport 15K frames supported Each server requires one Ethernet port/ IP address

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MDM Gateway in the BSS Manager


MDM BSS Manager
MDM GATEWAY
S E R V E R
SSS S E R V E R

ASCII

Protocol Converter

QMIP

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EBSC Configuration Path


BSS Manager
BSS Manager Core/SSS 1 10 MDM Gateway 2 9 MDM Client Process 3 4 7 8 MDM Server

MDM

PP15K/CBRS
5 EBSC FP 6 CP-3

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EBSC Event Reporting


BSS Manager
BSS Manager Core/SSS 5 MDM Gateway 4 a MDM Client Process

MDM
b 3 MDM Server 2

PP15K/CBRS

EBSC FP

CP-3

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Alarm Display

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MDP

Collects accounting data Collects performance data Converts data to BDF or EBCDIC format Transfer files to customer host Can generate network component outage and availability reports

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EBSC Configuration Tool


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Objectives
Describe the activities performed by the EBSC Configuration
Tool

Relate tool restrictions Understand the usage of the tool in configuring and managing
ports/links tool

Understand how to manage batch and log files created by the

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Starting the EBSC Configuration Tool

Only one instance of the tool can be spawned at any given time.

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Main Screen

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Configuration Tool Activities



Add ports Move subsystems or ports Delete ports Manage T1 links on BTS and ISSHO ports Manage batch files created by the tool

Manage log files created by the tool


A users guide can be found in NTP 411 - 2133 - 936

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General Screen Layout


Screen title

Instructions

Status Bar

Control buttons

Progress Indicator
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Tool Restrictions

No Command line version of the tool BSS Manager must be up and running for tool to operate

Passport interfaces need to be setup previous to running tool


Tool can not provision any components on Passport directly Tool generates BSMCI and CLI scripts which means coordination is required for the BSS Manager database

Tool does not reconfigure subsystems that are moved For SBS and BTS scripts, the user must make sure the SBS or
BTS is working

Able to run only one instance of the tool at a time Non-EBSC systems do not have access to this tool

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EBSC Configuration Tool Diagram


User
1 4

GUI Tool
5 2 3
6

MDM Queue

MDM

7 8 9

BSMCI

CLI

CBRS

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Port/Subsystem Management

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Add Ports: Step 1 of 5

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Add BTS Port: Step 2 of 5

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Add BTS Port: Step 3 of 5

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Add BTS Port: Step 4 of 5

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Add BTS Port: Step 5 of 5

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Manage T1 Links

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Manage T1s: Select Ports

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Manage T1s: Configure Data

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Sample Batch file

#This batch file was auto-generated by EBSC Configuration Tool #Batch file Purpose: Create a BTS port single T1 table 11PMSWBTSPORT add 40 1 laps/12130 sts/0 vt1dot5/1,2 ds 1 chan/0 * quit

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Batch File Management

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Batch and Log File Locations


Batch File location
Created files are in /opt/bsm/scripts/ebsc_config directory Executed files are in /opt/bsm/scripts/ebsc_config/executed directory

Log files location


Logs found in /opt/bsm/log/ebsc_config directory Debug log files found in /opt/bsm/log/bsmdbg directory

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Delete Ports/Subsystem

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Delete Ports: Selection

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Move DISCO Subsystems

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Move CIUs

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EBSC Performance
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Objectives
Understand the Operational measurements for CBRS Understand how CBRS and MDP fit together

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EBSC Performance

BCN Statistics

The following lists the statistics that are collected at each BCN interface on the 11pMSW, 24pBCNW, and the 4pOC3. The enhancements to collect BCN stats for ATM-based ISSHO links are only applicable to the 4pOC3 card and not to the 11pMSW. Exceptions for ATM-based BCN interfaces are as noted.

txPackets
rxPackets txOctets -This attribute is not applicable and is not displayed for ATM based BCN interfaces. rxOctets - This attribute is not applicable and is not displayed for ATM based BCN interfaces. txPacketDiscards txPacketDiscardPriority1 txPacketDiscardPriority2 rxPacketDiscards rxBroadcastPacketDiscard - This attribute is not applicable and is not displayed for ATM based BCN interfaces.
Internal statistics are tracked by the BCN interface as soon as it is created. Counters are initially set to zero. The next DCS probe occurs sometime between 0 and 15 minutes after the BCN interface instance is successfully provisioned. Spooled statistics are based on the available gathered data and averages are calculated over the collection interval. After a BCN interface is deleted, any residual DCS probe that occur for that interface is ignored. The statistics data collected by the BCN interface that was deleted during the collection interval is lost.

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EBSC Performance

11pMSW Functional Processor Operational Measurements

There are five port types that are provisionable on the 11pMSW FP: BTS, DISCO, ISSHO (non-ATM-based), CIU, and BSS Manager. Each of these interfaces collects BCN statistics. The statistics records generated may include all or a subset of the attributes related to BCN services. The type of BCN interface determines the set of attributes included in the statistics record; the ATM-based BCN interfaces use a subset of all of the available attributes. The statistics that are spooled are based on the attributes that can be displayed on demand via the Display command.

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EBSC Performance

Non-ATM Interfaces

The following table indicates the statistics record common to the BTS, CIU and nonATM based ISSHO interfaces. The statistics that are calculated internally for these interfaces, based on the BCN statistics previously mentioned, are underlined

Non-ATM Interfaces BTS, CIU, and ISSHO txPackets txPeakLinkUtilization txMinLinkUtilization txAvgPacketRate rxAvgPacketRate txPacketDiscardPriority2 txOctets rxPeakLinkUtilization rxMinLinkUtilization txAvgThroughput rxAvgThroughput rxPacketDiscards rxPackets txAvgLinkUtilization txPeakPacketRate rxPeakPacketRate txPacketDiscards rxBroadcastPacketDiscard rxOctets rxAvgLinkUtilization txPeakThroughput rxPeakThroughput txPacketDiscardPriority1

Note: If the BTSPort is configured as an IMH group, the statistics will be for all of the T1s in that group.

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EBSC Performance

ATM Interfaces

The following table lists the statistics record common to the BSS Manager, and DISCO interfaces. The statistics that are calculated internally for these interfaces, based on the BCN statistics previously described, are underlined. Note that the txOctets, rxOctets, and rxBroadcastPacketDiscard attributes are not applicable to ATM-based interface.
ATM Interfaces BSS Manager and DISCO txPackets txPeakPacketRate txPeakLinkUtilization txAvgPacketRate rxPackets rxPeakPacketRate txAvgLinkUtilization txPacketDiscards rxPeakLinkUtilization rxAvgPacketRate txMinLinkUtilization txPacketDiscardPriority1 rxAvgLinkUtilization rxPacketDiscards

txPacketDiscardPriority2 rxMinLinkUtilization

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EBSC Performance

24pBCNW Functional Processor OMs

The same BCN statistics that are available for the 11pMSW FP are available for the 24pBCNW FP, with the exception that the link utilization feature is not available for this card and therefore there are no link utilization statistics. The following table lists the BCN statistics that are reported in the spooled statistics record.
24pBCNW Functional Processor SBS Ports
txPackets txPeakPacketRate rxPeakPacketRate txOctets txPeakThroughput rxPeakThroughput rxPackets txAvgPacketRate rxAvgPacketRate rxOctets txAvgThroughput rxAvgThroughput

txPacketDiscards
rxBroadcastPacketDiscard

txPacketDiscardPriority1

txPacketDiscardPriority2

rxPacketDiscards

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EBSC Performance

4pOC3 Functional Processor OMs

The BCN services for the 4pOC3 card have been enhanced to collect BCN-related statistics. The statistics that are available are the same as for ATM-based links on the 11pMSW, including statistics for BSS Manager, DISCO, and ATM-based ISSHO links.

4pOC3 Functional Processor - BSS Manager, DISCO and ATM-ISSHO ports


txPackets txPeakPacketRate txPacketDiscardPriority2 rxMinLinkUtilization txPeakLinkUtilization txAvgPacketRate rxPackets rxPeakPacketRate txAvgLinkUtilization txPacketDiscards rxPeakLinkUtilization rxAvgPacketRate txMinLinkUtilization txPacketDiscardPriority1 rxAvgLinkUtilization rxPacketDiscards

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EBSC Alarms
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Alarms
The Alarms can be found in NTP NN-20000-901
SBS Aggregate SBS Port ISSHO Port IMH EBSCTM EBSCHardware DISCO Port Connectivity Audit CIU Port BTS Port BTS Aggregate BSS Manager Port BCN Port Time Of Day

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SBS Aggregate Alarms


LNS operation error. Recommended operator action: delete the component MSG - Multicast Channel Overflow in TSP

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SBS Port Alarms


BCN traffic congestion for priority 1 transmit queue BCN traffic congestion for priority 2 transmit queue Datapath setup failure. Examine the following failed entries <entries> Failed to allocate Egress Broadcast connection. Examine the following failed entries <entries> Failed to communicate with the BRM, recommend to delete the service component LNS operation error. Recommended operator action: delete the component MSG - A total of <n> packets received were discarded since the last DCS collection interval MSG - A total of <n> packets were not transmitted because they were discarded since the last DCS collection interval MSG - Error detected while deallocating all connections MSG - Failed to add egress routes for this BcnIf. Probable cause: Duplicate BcnIf configuration data. Please examine the following failed entries <entries> MSG - Failed to deallocate Egress Broadcast connection. Examine the following failed entries <entries> MSG - Failed to set up far end Ingress connections. Examine the following failed entries. Remote Card Number <card number> <entries> MSG - Failed to update Ingress Broadcast Filter Setup failure. Delete the service component
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ISSHO Port Alarms


BCN traffic congestion for priority 1 transmit queue BCN traffic congestion for priority 2 transmit queue Could not set up ISSHO TDM port for IMH Datapath setup failure. Examine the following failed entries <entries> Failed to communicate with the BRM, recommend to delete the service component LNS operation error. Recommended operator action: delete the component MSG - A total of <n> packets received were discarded since the last DCS collection interval MSG - A total of <n> packets were not transmitted because they were discarded since the last DCS collection interval MSG - Error detected while deallocating all connections MSG - Error detected while deallocating the connection for DISCO number <disco number> MSG - Failed to add egress routes for this BcnIf. Probable cause: Duplicate BcnIf configuration data. Please examine the following failed entries <entries> MSG - Failed to deallocate Egress Broadcast connection. Examine the following failed entries <entries> MSG - Failed to set up far end Ingress connections. Examine the following failed entries. Remote Card Number <card number> <entries> Receive link utilization exceeded the <minor/major/critical> threshold for 3 consecutive minutes Setup failure. Delete the service component Transmit link utilization exceeded the <minor/major/critical> threshold for 3 consecutive minutes

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IMH Alarms
Links are down. Please check and resolve problems with the Chan components used by the IMH links Request to change projectedNumberOfLinks rejected. <cause> <recommended response>

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EBSCTM Alarms
EBSCTM Mode is: <mode>. EBSCTM has an antenna fault EBSCTM Mode is: <mode>. EBSCTM has a hardware fault EBSCTM Mode is: <mode>. EBSCTM in holdover for over <elapsed time> EBSCTM Mode is: <mode>. EBSCTM is powering up EBSCTM Mode is: <mode>. EBSCTM temperature above/below normal range

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EBSCHardware MO Alarms
Link to LP/<n> CDMACS/<n> is down Link to Dlep/<n> RS485/<n> is down Loss of Clock condition has been detected (lvdsClkAlarm). Check the cabling and termination panel. Loss of Signal condition has been detected (lvdsLosAlarm). Check the cabling and termination panel

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DISCO Port Alarms


BCN traffic congestion for priority 1 transmit queue. Address type: Broadcast BCN traffic congestion for priority 1 transmit queue. Address type: Query Init BCN traffic congestion for priority 1 transmit queue. Address type: Traffic range BCN traffic congestion for priority 1 transmit queue. Address type: WorldZone BCN traffic congestion for priority 2 transmit queue. Address type: Broadcast BCN traffic congestion for priority 2 transmit queue. Address type: Query Init BCN traffic congestion for priority 2 transmit queue. Address type: Traffic range BCN traffic congestion for priority 2 transmit queue. Address type: WorldZone

Datapath setup failure. Examine the following failed entries <entries>


Failed to communicate with the BRM, recommend to delete the service component LNS operation error. Recommended operator action: delete the component MSG - A total of <n> packets received were discarded since the last DCS collection interval MSG - A total of <n> packets were not transmitted because they were discarded since the last DCS collection interval

MSG - Failed to add egress routes for this BcnIf. Probable cause: Duplicate BcnIf configuration data. Please examine the following failed entries <entries>
MSG - Failed to set up far end Ingress connections. Examine the following failed entries. Remote Card Number <card number> <entries> Receive link utilization exceeded the <minor/major/critical> threshold for 3 consecutive minutes Setup failure. Delete the service component Transmit link utilization exceeded the <minor/major/critical> threshold for 3 consecutive minutes

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Connectivity Audit Alarms


Active to Active (AA) Connection Failure with Traffic Ranges: <traffic range N> <bscId N> VPI(< remote> / <local> vpi-pairs), ... Active to Active (AA) Transmit Failure with Traffic Ranges: <traffic rangeN> <bscIdN> VPI (<remote-vpi1>, ...) Active to Inactive (AI) Connection Failure with Traffic Ranges: <traffic range N> <bscIdN> VPI(< remote> / <local> vpi-pairs), ... Active to Inactive (AI) Transmit Failure with Traffic Ranges: <traffic rangeN> <bscIdN> VPI (<remote-vpi1>, ...) Active Side Connectivity Audit Disabled Datafill Failure with Traffic Ranges: <traffic ranges> Inactive to Active (IA) Transmit Failure with Traffic Ranges: <traffic rangeN> <bscIdN> VPI (<remote-vpi1>, ...) Inactive to Inactive (II) Transmit Failure with Traffic Ranges: <traffic rangeN> <bscIdN> VPI (<remote-vpi1> ...) Inactive Side Connectivity Audit Disabled No Route Found to BCN Routers (Traffic Range#, Vpi): <traffic range #, vpi> Total Ping Failure

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CIU Port Alarms


BCN traffic congestion for priority 1 transmit queue BCN traffic congestion for priority 2 transmit queue Datapath setup failure. Examine the following failed entries <entries> Failed to allocate Egress Broadcast connection. Examine the following failed entries <entries> Failed to communicate with the BRM, recommend to delete the service component LNS operation error. Packet Storm Loopback Detection will not work properly LNS operation error. Recommended operator action: delete the component MSG - A total of <n> packets received were discarded since the last DCS collection interval

MSG - A total of <n> packets were not transmitted because they were discarded since the last DCS collection interval
MSG - CIU mate setup failure MSG - Error detected while deallocating all connections MSG - Failed to add egress routes for this BcnIf. Probable cause: Duplicate BcnIf configuration data. Please examine the following failed entries <entries> MSG - Failed to deallocate Egress Broadcast connection. Examine the following failed entries <entries> MSG - Failed to <lock/unlock> TDM port. Consider deleting the component MSG - Failed to set up far end Ingress connections. Examine the following failed entries. Remote Card Number <card number> <entries> MSG - Failed to update Ingress Broadcast Filter Packet Storm Loopback detected. The BCN port is locked. Transmit and receive messages are dropped Receive link utilization exceeded the <minor/major/critical> threshold for 3 consecutive minutes

Setup failure. Delete the service component


Transmit link utilization exceeded the <minor/major/critical> threshold for 3 consecutive minutes
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BTS Port Alarms


BCN traffic congestion for priority 1 transmit queue BCN traffic congestion for priority 2 transmit queue Datapath setup failure. Examine the following failed entries <entries> Failed to allocate Egress Broadcast connection. Examine the following failed entries <entries> Failed to communicate with the BRM, recommend to delete the service component LNS operation error. Packet Storm Loopback Detection will not work properly LNS operation error. Recommended operator action: delete the component MSG - A total of <n> packets received were discarded since the last DCS collection interval

MSG - A total of <n> packets were not transmitted because they were discarded since the last DCS collection interval
MSG - Error detected while deallocating all connections MSG - Failed to add egress routes for this BcnIf. Probable cause: Duplicate BcnIf configuration data. Please examine the following failed entries <entries> MSG - Failed to deallocate Egress Broadcast connection. Examine the following failed entries <entries> MSG - Failed to <lock/unlock> TDM port. Consider deleting the component MSG - Failed to set up far end Ingress connections. Examine the following failed entries. Remote Card Number <card number> <entries> MSG - Failed to update Ingress Broadcast Filter Packet Storm Loopback detected. The BCN port is locked. Transmit and receive messages are dropped Receive link utilization exceeded the <minor/major/critical> threshold for 3 consecutive minutes Setup failure. Delete the service component

Transmit link utilization exceeded the <minor/major/critical> threshold for 3 consecutive minutes

213

BTS Aggregate Alarms


LNS operation error. Recommended operator action: delete the component MSG - Multicast Channel Overflow in TSP

214

BSS Manager Port Alarms


BCN traffic congestion for priority 1 transmit queue BCN traffic congestion for priority 2 transmit queue Datapath setup failure. Examine the following failed entries <entries> Failed to communicate with the BRM, recommend to delete the service component LNS operation error. Recommended operator action: delete the component MSG - A total of <n> packets received were discarded since the last DCS collection interval MSG - A total of <n> packets were not transmitted because they were discarded since the last DCS collection interval MSG - Failed to add egress routes for this BcnIf. Probable cause: Duplicate BcnIf configuration data. Please examine the following failed entries <entries> MSG - Failed to set up far end Ingress connections. Examine the following failed entries. Remote Card Number <card number> <entires> Receive link utilization exceeded the <minor/major/critical> threshold for 3 consecutive minutes Setup failure. Delete the service component Transmit link utilization exceeded the <minor/major/critical> threshold for 3 consecutive minutes

215

BCN Port Alarms


Message storm detected. BCN port is degraded---All broadcast messages are blocked Message storm detected. BCN port is degraded---All broadcast messages have been blocked for the past x hours Message storm detected. BCN port is disabled---All messages are blocked Port COPIM Buffer Overflow Port Device Not Accessible Port Device Not Initialized Port DISPIM Packet Buffer Overflow Port DISPIM Transmit Packet Loss Port Fault Unknown Port HDLC Receive Clock Failure Port HDLC Transmit Clock Failure Port Receive CRC Error
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Time Of Day Alarms


BcnTod Alarm - The Following Cards Do Not Have Even Second Interrupt: <card number>

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Glossary

APS Automatic Protection Switching BCN Base Station Communication Network BISC BCN Inter-Shelves Communication BIU Backhaul Interface Unit CBRS CDMA Backhaul & Routing Subsystem CCMC Cable Consolidation and Multiplexing Chassis CDSU Channel Data Service Unit CIS CDMA Inter-connect System DISCO Distribution / Consolidation Bus EBSCTM EBSC Timing Module EMI Electro Magnetic Interference GPS Global Positioning System HDLC High-speed Data Link Control IMH Inverse Multiplexing Over HDLC LAN Local Area Network LPP Link Peripheral Processor MDM Multi-service Data Manager MDP Management Data Provider MO Managed Objects NMS Network Management System P-RDI: Path Remote Defect Indicator Q/I Query / Initialization SBS Selector Bank Subsystem TFU Timing Frequency Unit

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