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Chapter 1 Overview of System Commissioning ...........................................

1-1

  • 1.1 Explanation of SM ..................................................................................

1-1

  • 1.2 Flow of SM .............................................................................................

1-1

Chapter 2 Preparations for System Commissioning....................................

2-1

  • 2.1 Introduction to This Chapter ...................................................................

2-1

  • 2.2 Checking Construction Conditions .........................................................

2-1

  • 2.3 Checking Technical Documents.............................................................

2-2

  • 2.4 Checking Hardware Configuration and Power Supply ...........................

2-3

  • 2.4.1 Checking Hardware Configuration .................................................

2-3

  • 2.4.2 Checking Power Supply .................................................................

2-4

  • 2.5 Checking Versions and Running of Software.........................................

2-5

  • 2.5.1 Checking Software of BAM............................................................

2-5

  • 2.5.2 Checking Software of Emergency Workstation..............................

2-7

  • 2.5.3 Checking Software of LMT.............................................................

2-8

  • 2.5.4 Checking Software of iGWB ..........................................................

2-8

  • 2.6 Checking Network Communication ........................................................

2-10

  • 2.6.1 Networking of O&M System...........................................................

2-10

  • 2.6.2 Method for Checking Network Communication..............................

2-14

  • 2.6.3 Checking Communication of Internal LAN .....................................

2-14

  • 2.6.4 Checking Communication of External LAN....................................

2-16

  • 2.6.5 Checking Communication of WAN.................................................

2-17

  • 2.7 Making a Backup of the Empty BAM Database .....................................

2-18

Chapter 3 Data Configuration.........................................................................

3-1

  • 3.1 Introduction to This Chapter ...................................................................

3-1

  • 3.2 DC for Newly-Deployed Office ...............................................................

3-1

  • 3.2.1 DC Mode........................................................................................

3-1

  • 3.2.2 DC Sequence.................................................................................

3-1

  • 3.2.3 Method for Executing Data Script ..................................................

3-2

  • 3.3 Data Collection and Planning .................................................................

3-2

  • 3.4 Editing and Checking Data Script...........................................................

3-2

  • 3.4.1 Editing Data Script .........................................................................

3-2

  • 3.4.2 Checking Data Script .....................................................................

3-3

Chapter 4 Local Office Commissioning.........................................................

4-1

  • 4.1 Chapter Contents in Brief .......................................................................

4-1

  • 4.2 Description of Related Concepts............................................................

4-1

  • 4.2.1 Method of Loading .........................................................................

4-1

  • 4.2.2 Description of Board Loading Software Switches ..........................

4-1

4.2.4

Description of Source Files Related to Loading.............................

4-2

  • 4.3 Configuring Data Offline and Preparing for Data Loading......................

4-3

  • 4.4 Loading Board ........................................................................................

4-4

  • 4.4.1 Preparations for Loading................................................................

4-4

  • 4.4.2 Loading Process ............................................................................

4-5

  • 4.4.3 Checking If Loading Is Successful .................................................

4-8

  • 4.4.4 Handling of Loading Problems.......................................................

4-9

  • 4.5 Clock Commissioning.............................................................................

4-10

  • 4.5.1 Description of Clock System Networking.......................................

4-10

  • 4.5.2 Checking Clock Cable Connection ................................................

4-12

  • 4.5.3 Commissioning Steps for Locking BITS Clocks .............................

4-14

  • 4.5.4 Commissioning Steps for Locking Peer Office Clocks...................

4-14

  • 4.6 Commissioning of Local Office Hardware ..............................................

4-15

  • 4.6.1 Checking Indicator Status ..............................................................

4-15

  • 4.6.2 Checking the Running of Hardware ...............................................

4-17

  • 4.6.3 Hardware Switchover Verification ..................................................

4-18

  • 4.6.4 Self-Loop Test for Local Office E1 Cables.....................................

4-19

  • 4.7 Modifying Settings of Loading Software Switch of Board.......................

4-19

  • 4.8 Setting Time for the Switch ....................................................................

4-20

Chapter 5 Interconnection Commissioning ..................................................

5-1

  • 5.1 Introduction to This Chapter ...................................................................

5-1

  • 5.2 Connecting with MGW............................................................................

5-1

  • 5.2.1 Description of Relevant Concepts..................................................

5-1

  • 5.2.2 Steps of Commissioning ................................................................

5-2

  • 5.2.3 Locating of H.248/SCTP Problems ................................................

5-4

  • 5.2.4 Treating SCTP Common Problems ...............................................

5-6

  • 5.3 Connecting with BSC .............................................................................

5-7

  • 5.3.1 Description of Relevant Concepts..................................................

5-7

  • 5.3.2 Steps of Commissioning ................................................................

5-8

  • 5.3.3 Locating MTP Problems.................................................................

5-10

  • 5.3.4 Treating MTP Common Problems .................................................

5-12

  • 5.3.5 Locating SCCP/TCAP Problems....................................................

5-14

  • 5.3.6 Treating SCCP Common Problems ...............................................

5-15

  • 5.4 Connecting with HLR, SMC, SCP and SGSN ........................................

5-19

  • 5.4.1 Description of Relevant Concepts..................................................

5-19

  • 5.4.2 Steps of Commissioning ................................................................

5-21

  • 5.4.3 Locating and Treating Problems ....................................................

5-23

  • 5.5 Connecting with MSC through ISUP & MAP/MTP .................................

5-23

  • 5.5.1 Description of Relevant Concepts..................................................

5-23

5.5.3

Locating and Treating Problems ....................................................

5-26

  • 5.6 Connecting with MSC through ISUP/M3UA ...........................................

5-27

  • 5.6.1 Description of Relevant Concepts..................................................

5-27

  • 5.6.2 Steps of Commissioning ................................................................

5-29

  • 5.6.3 Locating M3UA Problems ..............................................................

5-30

  • 5.6.4 Treating M3UA Common Problems ...............................................

5-32

  • 5.7 Connecting with MSC through BICC/SCTP ...........................................

5-35

  • 5.7.1 Description of Protocol...................................................................

5-35

  • 5.7.2 Steps of Commissioning ................................................................

5-36

  • 5.7.3 Locating BICC Problems................................................................

5-40

  • 5.7.4 Treating BICC Common Problems ................................................

5-41

  • 5.8 Connecting with RNC .............................................................................

5-42

  • 5.8.1 Description of Relevant Concepts..................................................

5-42

  • 5.8.2 Steps of Commissioning ................................................................

5-44

  • 5.8.3 Locating and Treating Problems ....................................................

5-45

Chapter 6 Service Commissioning ................................................................

6-1

  • 6.1 Introduction to This Chapter ...................................................................

6-1

  • 6.2 Executing Data Script.............................................................................

6-1

  • 6.3 Implementing Service Test.....................................................................

6-2

  • 6.3.1 Preparations...................................................................................

6-2

  • 6.3.2 Method of Implementing Service Test ...........................................

6-2

  • 6.3.3 Service Tests .................................................................................

6-3

  • 6.4 Handling of Common Problems .............................................................

6-3

  • 6.4.1 Handling of Call Abnormality..........................................................

6-3

  • 6.4.2 Handling of BICC Call Problems....................................................

6-5

  • 6.4.3 Handling of CPU Overload Problem ..............................................

6-6

Appendix A Commissioning Records of Newly-Built Office .......................

A-1

A.1 Preparations for SM ...............................................................................

A-1

A.2 Data Configuration.................................................................................

A-3

A.3 Local Office Commissioning ..................................................................

A-4

A.4 Interconnection Commissioning.............................................................

A-5

A.5 Service Commissioning .........................................................................

A-8

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HUAWEI MSOFTX3000 Mobile SoftSwitch Center Installation Manual – System Commissioning

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Release Notes

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Organization

The manual introduces operations about MSOFTX3000 commissioning. There are six chapters and an appendix in the manual.

Chapter 1 Overview of System Commissioning introduces the contents and flow of system commissioning.

Chapter 2 Preparations for System Commissioning describes the preparations required before commissioning, including checking the construction conditions, preparing technical documents, checking the hardware, software, and network communication, and making an empty BAM database backup.

Chapter 3 Data Configuration introduces the data configuration method and sequence and script execution of a newly built office; explains the key points for data collection, and points out the check points for data script.

Chapter 4 Local Office Commissioning introduces the internal data configuration, board loading, and checking and commissioning of the MSOFTX3000.

Chapter 5 Interconnection Commissioning introduces the data configuration and commissioning of the MSOFTX3000 for connection with the MG and MSC.

Chapter 6 Service Commissioning introduces the configuration and testing of service data of the MSOFTX3000.

Appendix A Commissioning Records of Newly-Built Office presents the configuration and testing of service data of the MSOFTX3000.

Intended Audience

The manual is intended for the following readers:

WCDMA/UMTS system engineers

Operation and maintenance engineers

WCDMA/UMTS network administrators

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The manual uses the following conventions:

I. General conventions

Convention

Description

Arial

Normal paragraphs are in Arial.

Boldface

Headings are in Boldface.

Courier New

Terminal Display is in Courier New.

II. GUI conventions

Convention

Description

< >

Button names are inside angle brackets. For example, click the <OK> button.

[ ]

Window names, menu items, data table and field names are inside square brackets. For example, pop up the [New User] window.

/

Multi-level menus are separated by forward slashes. For example, [File/Create/Folder].

III. Keyboard operation

Format

Description

<Key>

Press the key with the key name inside angle brackets. For example, <Enter>, <Tab>, <Backspace>, or <A>.

<Key1+Key2>

Press the keys concurrently. For example, <Ctrl+Alt+A> means the three keys should be pressed concurrently.

<Key1, Key2>

Press the keys in turn. For example, <Alt, A> means the two keys should be pressed in turn.

IV. Mouse operation

Action

Description

Click

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Double-Click

Press the primary mouse button twice continuously and quickly without moving the pointer.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Overview of System Commissioning

........................................................................

1-1

1.1

Explanation of SM

..............................................................................................................

1-1

1.2

Flow of SM

.........................................................................................................................

1-1

Chapter 2 Preparations for System Commissioning

.................................................................

2-1

  • 2.1 Introduction to This Chapter

..............................................................................................

2-1

  • 2.2 Checking Construction Conditions

.....................................................................................

2-1

  • 2.3 Checking Technical Documents

........................................................................................

2-2

  • 2.4 Checking Hardware Configuration and Power Supply

......................................................

2-3

  • 2.4.1 Checking Hardware Configuration

..........................................................................

2-3

  • 2.4.2 Checking Power Supply

..........................................................................................

2-4

  • 2.5 Checking Versions and Running of Software

....................................................................

2-5

  • 2.5.1 Checking Software of BAM

.....................................................................................

2-5

  • 2.5.2 Checking Software of Emergency Workstation

.......................................................

2-7

  • 2.5.3 Checking Software of LMT

......................................................................................

2-8

  • 2.5.4 Checking Software of iGWB

....................................................................................

2-8

  • 2.6 Checking Network Communication

..................................................................................

2-10

  • 2.6.1 Networking of O&M System

..................................................................................

2-10

  • 2.6.2 Method for Checking Network Communication

.....................................................

2-14

  • 2.6.3 Checking Communication of Internal LAN

............................................................

2-14

  • 2.6.4 Checking Communication of External LAN

...........................................................

2-16

  • 2.6.5 Checking Communication of WAN

........................................................................

2-17

  • 2.7 Making a Backup of the Empty BAM Database

...............................................................

2-18

Chapter 3 Data Configuration

......................................................................................................

3-1

  • 3.1 Introduction to This Chapter

..............................................................................................

3-1

  • 3.2 DC for Newly-Deployed Office

...........................................................................................

3-1

DC Mode

  • 3.2.1 .................................................................................................................

3-1

DC Sequence

  • 3.2.2 ..........................................................................................................

3-1

  • 3.2.3 Method for Executing Data Script

...........................................................................

3-2

  • 3.3 Data Collection and Planning

............................................................................................

3-2

  • 3.4 Editing and Checking Data Script

......................................................................................

3-2

  • 3.4.1 Editing Data Script

..................................................................................................

3-2

  • 3.4.2 Checking Data Script

..............................................................................................

3-3

Chapter 4 Local Office Commissioning

......................................................................................

4-1

  • 4.1 Chapter Contents in Brief

..................................................................................................

4-1

  • 4.2 Description of Related Concepts

.......................................................................................

4-1

  • 4.2.1 Method of Loading

..................................................................................................

4-1

  • 4.2.2 Description of Board Loading Software Switches

...................................................

4-1

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  • 4.2.3 Board Loading for Newly-Built Office

......................................................................

4-2

  • 4.2.4 Description of Source Files Related to Loading

......................................................

4-2

  • 4.3 Configuring Data Offline and Preparing for Data Loading

.................................................

4-3

  • 4.4 Loading Board

....................................................................................................................

4-4

  • 4.4.1 Preparations for Loading

.........................................................................................

4-4

  • 4.4.2 Loading Process

......................................................................................................

4-5

  • 4.4.3 Checking If Loading Is Successful

4-8

  • 4.4.4 Handling of Loading Problems

................................................................................

4-9

  • 4.5 Clock Commissioning

......................................................................................................

4-10

  • 4.5.1 Description of Clock System Networking

4-10

  • 4.5.2 Checking Clock Cable Connection

........................................................................

4-12

  • 4.5.3 Commissioning Steps for Locking BITS Clocks

....................................................

4-14

  • 4.5.4 Commissioning Steps for Locking Peer Office Clocks

..........................................

4-14

  • 4.6 Commissioning of Local Office Hardware

4-15

  • 4.6.1 Checking Indicator Status

.....................................................................................

4-15

  • 4.6.2 Checking the Running of Hardware

4-17

  • 4.6.3 Hardware Switchover Verification

.........................................................................

4-18

  • 4.6.4 Self-Loop Test for Local Office E1 Cables

............................................................

4-19

  • 4.7 Modifying Settings of Loading Software Switch of Board

................................................

4-19

  • 4.8 Setting Time for the Switch

..............................................................................................

4-20

Chapter 5 Interconnection Commissioning

................................................................................

5-1

  • 5.1 Introduction to This Chapter

5-1

  • 5.2 Connecting with MGW

.......................................................................................................

5-1

  • 5.2.1 Description of Relevant Concepts

...........................................................................

5-1

  • 5.2.2 Steps of Commissioning

.........................................................................................

5-2

  • 5.2.3 Locating of H.248/SCTP Problems

5-4

  • 5.2.4 Treating SCTP Common Problems

.........................................................................

5-6

  • 5.3 Connecting with BSC

.........................................................................................................

5-7

  • 5.3.1 Description of Relevant Concepts

...........................................................................

5-7

  • 5.3.2 Steps of Commissioning

5-8

  • 5.3.3 Locating MTP Problems

........................................................................................

5-10

  • 5.3.4 Treating MTP Common Problems

.........................................................................

5-12

  • 5.3.5 Locating SCCP/TCAP Problems

...........................................................................

5-14

  • 5.3.6 Treating SCCP Common Problems

5-15

  • 5.4 Connecting with HLR, SMC, SCP and SGSN

5-19

  • 5.4.1 Description of Relevant Concepts

.........................................................................

5-19

  • 5.4.2 Steps of Commissioning

.......................................................................................

5-21

  • 5.4.3 Locating and Treating Problems

5-23

  • 5.5 Connecting with MSC through ISUP & MAP/MTP

...........................................................

5-23

  • 5.5.1 Description of Relevant Concepts

.........................................................................

5-23

  • 5.5.2 Steps of Commissioning

.......................................................................................

5-24

  • 5.5.3 Locating and Treating Problems

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  • 5.6 Connecting with MSC through ISUP/M3UA

5-27

  • 5.6.1 Description of Relevant Concepts

.........................................................................

5-27

  • 5.6.2 Steps of Commissioning

5-29

  • 5.6.3 Locating M3UA Problems

.....................................................................................

5-30

  • 5.6.4 Treating M3UA Common Problems

5-32

  • 5.7 Connecting with MSC through BICC/SCTP

.....................................................................

5-35

  • 5.7.1 Description of Protocol

5-35

  • 5.7.2 Steps of Commissioning

5-36

  • 5.7.3 Locating BICC Problems

.......................................................................................

5-40

  • 5.7.4 Treating BICC Common Problems

........................................................................

5-41

  • 5.8 Connecting with RNC

5-42

  • 5.8.1 Description of Relevant Concepts

.........................................................................

5-42

  • 5.8.2 Steps of Commissioning

.......................................................................................

5-44

  • 5.8.3 Locating and Treating Problems

5-45

Chapter 6 Service Commissioning

..............................................................................................

6-1

  • 6.1 Introduction to This Chapter

6-1

  • 6.2 Executing Data Script

6-1

  • 6.3 Implementing Service Test

6-2

Preparations

  • 6.3.1 ............................................................................................................

6-2

  • 6.3.2 Method of Implementing Service Test

.....................................................................

6-2

Service Tests

  • 6.3.3 ...........................................................................................................

6-3

  • 6.4 Handling of Common Problems

.........................................................................................

6-3

  • 6.4.1 Handling of Call Abnormality

...................................................................................

6-3

  • 6.4.2 Handling of BICC Call Problems

.............................................................................

6-5

  • 6.4.3 Handling of CPU Overload Problem

6-6

Appendix A Commissioning Records of Newly-Built Office.....................................................A-1

A.1 Preparations for SM

A-1

A.2 Data Configuration

A-3

A.3 Local Office Commissioning

..............................................................................................

A.4

A-4

Interconnection Commissioning

A-5

A.5 Service Commissioning

.....................................................................................................

A-8

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Chapter 1 Overview of System Commissioning

Chapter 1 Overview of System Commissioning

  • 1.1 Explanation of SM

System commissioning (SM) refers to a series of testing and verification operations to be performed after installing the hardware and software. The purpose is to ensure that the system can meet the design requirements and can work stably, reliably, and securely.

Before SM, make sure that the conditions below are met:

Hardware installation and checking have been done, and the equipment is powered on. Software installation and checking have been done (except board loading).

Note:

For detailed hardware installation and checking, see HUAWEI MSOFTX3000 Mobile SoftSwitch Center Installation Manual – Hardware Installation. For detailed software installation and checking, see HUAWEI MSOFTX3000 Mobile SoftSwitch Center Installation Manual – Software Installation.

  • 1.2 Flow of SM

This

manual details

the method

of

SM

for

a

newly deployed

office

with

the

MSOFTX3000. The flow of SM is as shown in Figure 1-1.

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Start
Start

Preparations

Start Preparations Data configuration Local office commissioning Interconnection commissioning Service commissioning
 

Data configuration

Start Preparations Data configuration Local office commissioning Interconnection commissioning Service commissioning
 

Local office

commissioning

Start Preparations Data configuration Local office commissioning Interconnection commissioning Service commissioning
 

Interconnection

commissioning

Start Preparations Data configuration Local office commissioning Interconnection commissioning Service commissioning
 

Service

commissioning

Start Preparations Data configuration Local office commissioning Interconnection commissioning Service commissioning
 
End
End

Figure 1-1 Flow of SM for a newly deployed office with the MSOFTX3000

The description of each step in the flow is listed in Table 1-1.

Table 1-1 Description of each step in the flow of SM for a newly deployed office with the MSOFTX3000

 

Procedure

 

Description

   

The step consists of the following:

 

Checking the construction condition

  • 1

Preparations for SM

Getting related technical files ready

Checking

system

hardware,

software

and

network

communication Making an empty backup file for the BAM database

 
  • 2 Data configuration

Perform data collection and planning, and make and check data script.

   

The step consists of the following:

 

Local office

Configure internal data (hardware data and local office data)

  • 3 commissioning

Load boards and check them

Perform commissioning to the local office equipment

 

Interconnection

  • 4 commissioning

Perform data configuration and commissioning for the connection between the MSOFTX3000 and the MGW, MSC, as well as HLR.

 

Service

  • 5 commissioning

Perform configuration and commissioning for service data.

 

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Chapter 2 Preparations for System Commissioning

  • 2.1 Introduction to This Chapter

In view of complexity of system commissioning (SM), preparations must be made in order that subsequent commissioning can be done smoothly.

The preparations include:

Checking construction conditions

Checking if technical files needed for deployment are complete

Checking hardware configuration and power supply

Checking versions and running of software

Checking the network communication of the operation and maintenance system

Making a backup of the empty BAM database for emptying the configured data of the BAM database, if necessary

The following sections tell about the preceding items of the preparations, providing checking methods and operation procedures. If you find abnormal situations during the preparations, contact technical support engineers of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (Huawei for short) in time.

  • 2.2 Checking Construction Conditions

Table 2-1 Checking the construction conditions

Item

Description

Result

Remarks

 

Whether the hardware installation is completed

Y; N

For the installation of hardware and software, refer to HUAWEI

Whether the installation of

 

MSOFTX3000 Mobile SoftSwitch Center Installation Manual.

Hardware

hardware has been checked

Y; N

Software installation does not include

data configuration and board software

Whether the equipment is powered on

Y; N

loading.

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Item

Description

Result

Remarks

 

Whether the software for the BAM, local maintenance terminal (LMT) and emergency workstation (EWS) has been installed

Y; N

 

Software

Whether the virtual local area network (VLAN) of the core LAN Switch has been configured

Y; N

Whether the installation of software has been checked

Y; N

  • 2.3 Checking Technical Documents

Table 2-2 Technical documents needing to be prepared

<Item

Result

Remarks

Network Plan

Y; N

This document is to be completed by the design unit designated by the customer, and should be sent to the vendor in duplicate before product delivery.

Site Survey Report

Y; N

This document is to be filled out by Huawei technicians while doing the site survey.

Engineering

 

This document is to be prepared by the engineering department of Huawei based on the office configuration and

Documents

Y; N

networking of the customer, and to be delivered to the site with the equipment.

Package

of

 

The documents include the Installation Manual, Operation Manual, Hardware Description Manual, Maintenance Manual,

Documents

Y; N

and iGWB User Manual. They are to be delivered to the site with the equipment.

Software and Data Script

Y; N

This document is to be supplied by Huawei.

Other Engineering Documents

Y; N

The documents include the contract agreement, system configuration table and delivery list.

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2.4 Checking Hardware Configuration and Power Supply

You need to check hardware and power supply after the hardware installation, but before data configuration and board loading. This will ensure that the subsequent commissioning can be done smoothly.

  • 2.4.1 Checking Hardware Configuration

  • Warning:

Before touching any board, you must wear an electrostatic discharge (ESD) preventive wrist strap, which should be properly grounded. Be careful not to touch the circuits and components on a board while checking the board version and the setting of Dual in-line package switches (DIP switch).

  • Caution:

When inserting a board into a subrack, if the plugging indicator (in blue) is on, it shows that the board is in contact with the backplane. Then you can press the ejector levers of the front panel to completely insert the board into the backplane. To plug out the board, press the ejector levers of the front panel. Then the plugging indicator (in blue) is on. You can only plug out the board when this indicator is on.

Table 2-3 Checking the hardware configuration

Item

Description

Result

Remarks

Check the

   

If hardware

server and

Whether the BAM server, iGWB server,

configuration is not

auxiliary

LMT, EWS, and alarm box are

Y; N

consistent with the

equipment

consistent with the delivery list

delivery list and

     

Engineering

Check the

Whether the number of cabinets and

Documents, contact

cabinets and

subracks is consistent with that written

Y; N

Huawei technical

subracks

in the delivery list and Engineering documents.

support staff for help at once.

Check board

Whether the configuration of boards in subracks is consistent with the delivery

 

For description of DIP switches of the WSIU,

configuration

list and the Engineering Documents, and whether board positions are correct.

Y; N

refer to HUAWEI MSOFTX3000 Mobile SoftSwitch Center

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Item

Description

Result

Remarks

Check board

Check software versions and hardware

 

Hardware Description Manual.

versions

versions of boards according to the version configuration information.

Y; N

Check the

   

setting of

Whether the setting of DIP switch S3 of

Y; N

subrack

the WSIU is consistent with the subrack

numbers

number.

 
  • 2.4.2 Checking Power Supply

Table 2-4 Checking the power supply

Item

Description

Result

 

Remarks

 
 

Whether all the –48 V power output switches in the power distribution subrack are set to “ON”.

Y; N

 

Whether the green “RUN”

 

Note:

 

Check the

indicator on the front panel of

When the WSMU has not been

power

the power distribution subrack

Y; N

powered on or the software of it

distribution

flashes, and the red “ALM”

has not been loaded, the “ALM”

subrack

indicator is off.

indicator of the power distribution

Whether the alarm sound stopping switch on the front panel of the power distribution subrack is on, and the alarm buzzer is silent.

Y; N

subrack will flash at 4-Hz rate with an alarm sound. This shows that the communication between the power distribution subrack and the WSMU is interrupted. You need not worry about it.

     

Note:

 

Check

When the WSMU is not powered on or the software of it is not loaded, the “STATUS” indicator of the fan box will blink fast. It shows

subrack

Whether the fans run normally, and the “STATUS” fan indicator

Y; N

that the communication between

fans

flashes in green.

the fan box and the WSMU is interrupted. You need not worry about it. If the “STATUS” indicator blinks fast in red, it shows that the fan is faulty.

Check

Whether the green “RUN”

   

power

indicator on the UMSC PSM

Y; N

boards in

power module (UPWR) is on,

subracks

and the red “ALM” indicator is off.

 

Check the

Whether the indicator of the

 

If

this

indicator is

in

orange, it

server

BAM and iGWB power switch is in green.

Y; N

shows that the server is standby.

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Item

Description

Result

Remarks

hCheck

Whether the green “POWER”

 

If the “POWER” indicators are not

the LAN

indicators on the panels of LAN

Y; N

on, it shows that power supply for

Switch

Switch 0 and LAN Switch 1 are on.

the LAN Switches is faulty.

2.5 Checking Versions and Running of Software

You need to check the version information and running status of the software installed on the BAM, LMT, and EWS after checking the software installation. This is vital for the commissioning.

  • 2.5.1 Checking Software of BAM

Table 2-5 Checking the software of the BAM

Item

Description

Result

 

Remarks

 

On the BAM, start “HUAWEI Local Maintenance Terminal”,

 

If the version of the BAM server

software

does

not

meet

the

Check

the

select [Help/About], check the

requirement of site deployment,

software

version number of the BAM server software, and confirm if

Y; N

contact Huawei technicians for

version

help

timely,

and

re-install

the

the version meets the

BAM

server

software

if

requirement of site deployment.

necessary.

Check the running state of the SQL Server

On the BAM, check if the icon is in the taskbar on the bottom right corner of the desktop.

On the BAM, check if the icon is in the taskbar on the bottom right corner

Y; N

If the icon is there, it shows that the SQL Server 2000 service manager starts automatically and runs normally. If the icon is not there, it shows that the SQL Server 2000 service manager is not started. Select [Start/Programs/Service Manager] on the BAM to start the SQL Server 2000 service manager.

Check the

On the BAM, select [Start/Programs/Administrativ e Tools/Services] to display the [Services] window. Check

 

If the status of any service is “Stopped” or its startup type is not “Automatic”, you can start the service or modify its startup type in the [Services] window which

running of

services “BAM Service”,

Y; N

pops up when you double-click

services

“Smirror”, and “Performance Logs and Alerts” to see if their statuses are displayed as “Started” and their startup types are “Automatic”.

the service. If the problem still exists, contact Huawei technicians for help at once, and re-install the BAM software if necessary.

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Item

Description

Result

Remarks

 

On the BAM, double-click the

   
icon in the taskbar on the

icon in the taskbar on the

If the status of a process is

Check the

bottom right corner of the desktop to display the [BAM Manager] window. Check

“Exception”, it shows that the process is abnormal. You can solve the problem by closing the

running of

service processes, including

Y; N

BAM server program and then

processes

“Warn”, “DataMan”, “Maintain”, “Stats”, “MML”, “Exchange”, “FTPMan”, “XSman”, and “NTPClient”, to see if their statuses are all “Started”.

restarting it. If the problem still exists, contact Huawei technicians for help at once, and re-install the BAM software if necessary.

Check the

On the BAM, open the log file under the installation directory of SetWin2000 to check if

   

SetWin2000

security items have been

The default installation directory

security

customizatio

customized. For example, “Setting directory access

Y; N

is: C:\Program Files\Huawei

n tool

authority control completed” shows that you have set directory access authority control.

Technologies Co., Ltd\Windows 2000 security customization tools

Check

On the BAM, select [Start / Programs / Administrative Tools / Services]. The [Service] window appears.

   

SysPatron

Check “_UM_PPT_Service”. Its status should be “Started” and its startup type “Automatic”.

Y; N

 

On the BAM, select [Start/Shut Down…] to display the [Shut Down Windows] window,

 

If you are prompted to press the combination keys <Ctrl+Alt+Del> for login, it shows that the setting

Check BAM

select “Restart” for operation type, and then restart the

restart

BAM. After restart, the system will automatically log in to the BAM server as the Administrator. You need not input the login password.

Y; N

for automatic login to Windows 2000 Server fails. Refer to the

HUAWEI MSOFTX3000 Mobile SoftSwitch Center Installation Manual – Software Installation to redo the setting.

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Item

Description

Result

Remarks

 

After BAM restart, the

After BAM restart, the icon If the icon is there, it shows that

icon

 

If the icon is there, it shows that

appears in the taskbar on the

Y; N

the SQL Server 2000 service

bottom right corner of the desktop.

 

manager can start automatically and can run normally.

After BAM restart, the [BAM Manager] window will pop up

   
automatically, and the icon appears in the taskbar on the bottom right corner of the desktop,

automatically, and the icon appears in the taskbar on the bottom right corner of the desktop, indicating that BAM Manager can run automatically.

Y; N

If BAM Manager cannot run automatically or some service processes are in the “Exception” status, it shows that the system cannot run normally or the installation of the BAM server

software fails. If this is true,

Check all the service processes on the [BAM Manager] window to see if their statuses are all “Started”.

contact Huawei technicians for help at once and re-install the BAM software if necessary.

  • 2.5.2 Checking Software of Emergency Workstation

Table 2-6 Checking the software of the EWS

Item

Description

Result

Remarks

Check

On the EWS, start “HUAWEI Local Maintenance Terminal”, select [Help/About], check the

 

If the software version is not the same as that of the BAM server

software

version of the software, and

Y; N

software or cannot meet site

version

confirm if the version is identical with that of the BAM server software and if it meets the requirement of site deployment.

deployment requirement, contact Huawei technicians for help at once.

Check the

running of

the SQL

On the EWS, check if the icon appears in the taskbar on the bottom right corner of the

On the EWS, check if the icon appears in the taskbar on the bottom right corner

Y; N

If the icon is there, it shows that

the SQL Server 2000 service manager can start automatically

Server

desktop.

and can run normally.

Check the

On the EWS, select [Start/Programs/Administrative Tools/Services] to display the [Services] window, check the status of services “BAM Service”

 

You can start a service or modify its startup type in the [Services] window by double-clicking this

running of

and “Smirror”. The status of

Y; N

service. If this fails, contact

services

“Smirror” should be “Started” and its startup type should be “Automatic”. The status of “BAM Service” should be “Stopped”, and its startup type should be “Manual”.

Huawei technicians for help at once, and re-install the software of the EWS if necessary.

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  • 2.5.3 Checking Software of LMT

Table 2-7 Checking the software of the LMT

Item

Description

Result

Remarks

Check

On a MSOFTX3000 client, start “HUAWEI Local Maintenance Terminal”, select [Help/About],

 

If the version of the software is not the same as that of the BAM server software or does not meet

software

check the version of the software,

Y; N

the requirement of site

version

and confirm if the version is identical with that of the BAM server software and meets the requirement of site deployment.

deployment, contact Huawei technicians for help at once; and re-install the BAM software if necessary.

  • 2.5.4 Checking Software of iGWB

Note:

For the principles and operations of iGWB, refer to iGWB User Manual.

Table 2-8 Checking the software of the iGWB

Item

Description

Result

Remarks

Check

On the iGWB operation and maintenance terminal, select [Start/Programs/iGateway Bill V200 Client/iGWB Client] to

 

If the version of the software does not meet the requirement of site

software

start and log in to the bill

Y; N

deployment, contact Huawei

version

console. Select [Help/About] to check if the software version meets the deployment requirement.

technicians for help at once; and re-install the iGWB software if necessary.

 

On the iGWB operation and maintenance terminal, select [Start/Programs/iGateway Bill

 

This operation only applies to dual-system configuration office.

Check

V200 Client/iGWB Client] to

For “2/2”, the denominator shows

dual-system

start and log in to the bill

Y; N

the total number of heartbeat

heartbeat

console. Select [Operation/State Query] to check the heartbeat state. Normally, the heartbeat state should be “2/2”.

links, and the numerator shows the number of current available links, which should be the same.

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Item

 

Description

 

Result

 

Remarks

 
     

On the active iGWB server, all the processes should be running.

Start Windows 2000 task manager on the active and standby iGWB servers, and

 

On the standby iGWB server, only the process cls_proc.exe should be running.

Check the

then click [Processes] tab to

The

number

of

the

process

running of

processes

check if such processes as cls_proc.exe, ap_proc.exe, knl_proc.exe, and om_proc.exe are running.

Y; N

ap_proc.exe on the active iGWB server should be the same as the value set for the parameter “APCount”. This parameter is under the configuration item [Common] in the configuration file igwb.ini.

 

On

the

active

and

standby

   

iGWB servers, select

[Start/Shut Down…] to display the [Shut Down Windows]

If you are prompted to press the combination keys <Ctrl+Alt+Del>

Check iGWB

restart

window, select “Restart”

for

for login, it shows that the setting

operation type, and then

the Administrator. You need

Y; N

for automatic login to Windows

 

restart the iGWB. After restart, the system will automatically log in to the iGWB server as

not input the login password.

2000 Server fails. Refer to the iGWB User Manual to redo the setting.

Check iGWB

Close the active iGWB (iGWB 0).After five minutes, the standby iGWB server (iGWB 1) becomes the active one, its power indicator is on in green,

 

If the switchover between the active and standby iGWB servers fails, or some processes cannot run normally, or the currently active iGWB is not normal, it

switchover

and the processes cls_proc.exe, ap_proc.exe, knl_proc.exe, and om_proc.exe are running normally.

Y; N

shows that the MSOFTX3000 has problems in operation or the installation of the iGWB server software fails. In this case, contact Huawei technicians for

On the iGWB operation and maintenance terminal, select [Start/Programs/iGateway Bill V200 Client/iGWB Client] to start and log in to the bill console. Select [Operation/State Query] to check if the active iGWB is in normal state.

Y; N

help at once and re-install the iGWB software if necessary.

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Item

Description

Result

Remarks

 

Restart iGWB 0. After restart, it takes over the services automatically, and the processes cls_proc.exe, ap_proc.exe, knl_proc.exe, and om_proc.exe are running normally.

Y; N

 

At the same time, iGWB 1 is standby, its power indicator is in orange, and only the process cls_proc.exe is running.

On the iGWB operation and maintenance terminal, select [Start/Programs/iGateway Bill V200 Client/iGWB Client] to start and log in to the bill console. Select [Operation/State Query] to check if the active iGWB is in normal state and if the dual-system heartbeat state is normal.

Y; N

  • 2.6 Checking Network Communication

Since SM is performed through the operation and maintenance (O&M) system, you must assure that the communication of the O&M system is normal first.

  • 2.6.1 Networking of O&M System

Figure 2-1 shows the O&M system of the MSOFTX3000.

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W
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S
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Bound to
Billing Center
Billing Center
WAN
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Emergency
standby iGWB
BAM
active iGWB
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LMT
LMT

Figure 2-1 The O&M system of the MSOFTX3000

I. IP Address of the BAM Server

The BAM server has four network adapters. IP addresses of the BAM are listed in Table 2-9.

Table 2-9 Setting the IP addresses of the BAM

Network

   

adapter ID

 

Opposite equipment

   

IP address/mask

Network

It communicates with the LMT and the

To

be

provided by the

adapter 0

EWS through an external HUB or LAN Switch.

customer

Network

It

is

bound to

LAN

Switch 0, and

172.20.200.0/

adapter 1

communicates with the active plane of

the host.

255.255.0.0

Network

It

is

bound to

LAN

Switch

1, and

172.30.200.0/

adapter 2

communicates with the standby plane

of the host.

255.255.0.0

Network

   

adapter 3

Standby

 

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II. IP Address of Emergency Workstation

The emergency workstation has four network adapters. IP addresses of the emergency workstation are listed in Table 2-10.

Table 2-10 Setting the IP addresses of the EWS

Network adapter

Opposite equipment

IP address/mask

ID

Network adapter 0

It communicates with the BAM through an external HUB or LAN Switch.

To be provided by the customer

 

It is standby. In emergency cases, it is

172.20.200.0/

Network adapter 1

connected to LAN Switch 0 for communicating with the host.

255.255.0.0

 

It is standby. In emergency cases, it is

172.30.200.0/

Network adapter 2

connected to LAN Switch 1 for communicating with the host.

255.255.0.0

Network adapter 3

Standby

III. IP Address of LMT

A client on which the LMT is installed has one network adapter. The IP address of the LMT is listed in Table 2-11.

Table 2-11 Setting the IP address of the LMT

Network

   

adapter ID

Opposite equipment

 

IP address

Network

It communicates with the BAM through

To

be

provided by the

adapter

an external HUB or LAN Switch.

customer

IV. IP Address of WSMU

The WSMU is connected with the WSIU through an internal wire, and the WSIU provides external Ethernet ports. Since what is adopted is biplane communication, two IP addresses will be set for each WSMU either before or after board loading, as shown in Table 2-12.

Table 2-12 Setting the IP addresses of the WSMU

 

Slot

IP address 1 / mask

IP address 2 / mask

   

172.20.subrack

172.30.subrack

Before

board

WSMU in slot 6

number.100/16

number.100/16

     

loading

WSMU in slot 8

172.20.subrack

172.30.subrack

number.101/16

number.101/16

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Slot

IP address 1 / mask

IP address 2 / mask

   

172.20.200.module

172.30.200.module

After

WSMU in slot 6

number/16

number/16

board

     

loading

WSMU in slot 8

172.20.200.module

172.30.200.module

number/16

number/16

Note:

Subrack numbers range from 0 to 9, which are to be determined by DIP switch S3 of the WSIU. For details, refer to HUAWEI MSOFTX3000 Mobile SoftSwitch Center Hardware Description Manual. The WSMU module numbers range from 2 to 21, which is allocated by the MSOFTX3000 automatically according to the setting of the DIP switches of the WSIU. The module number of the WSMU in subrack 0 is 2, the WSMU in subrack 1 is 3, and so on.

V. IP Address of iGWB

Table 2-13 lists the default IP addresses of the iGWB. You can set the IP addresses as needed during deployment by the following principles:

iGWB applies dual-host configuration. It communicates with external devices

through virtual IP addresses. Its actual IP addresses need to be set, but this IP address is insignificant for external communication. The customer needs to provide the virtual IP addresses for communication with

the bill console and billing center. The IP addresses must be the same as those set in the file igwb.ini.

Table 2-13 IP addresses of the iGWB

Network

Opposite

Network adapter IP of

Network adapter IP of

Virtual

adapter ID

equipment

active iGWB

standby iGWB

IP/mask

 

It is bound to the bill console and network management system

   

To be

Netcard0

to

130.1.3.1

130.1.3.2

provided

Office LAN

interface, and acts as

by the

the first heartbeat link of the iGWB dual-host system.

   

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Network

Opposite

Network adapter IP of

Network adapter IP of

Virtual

adapter ID

equipment

active iGWB

standby iGWB

IP/mask

 

It is bound to LAN

   

172.20.20

Netcard1

to

Switch 0, and

0.1/

0#LAN

communicates with

130.1.1.1

130.1.1.2

Switch

the active plane of

255.255.0

the host.

.0

 

It is bound to LAN

   

172.30.20

Netcard2

to

Switch 1, and

0.1/

1#LAN

communicates with

130.1.2.1

130.1.2.2

Switch

the standby plane of

255.255.0

the host.

.0

 

It is bound to the

   

To be

Netcard3

Billing

Center

to

billing center, and provides billing interface.

130.1.4.1

130.1.4.2

provided

by the

customer

  • 2.6.2 Method for Checking Network Communication

The BAM, LMT, EWS, and iGWB server all use the Windows 2000 operation system. The command line window of Windows provides the PING command, which can be used to check network communication. Normally, if an IP address can be pinged successfully, it shows that the communication is normal.

For example, to check the communication between the BAM and the WSMU of subrack 0 (before board loading, the IP addresses of the WSMU in slot 6 are 172.20.0.100 and 172.30.0.100, those of the WSMU in slot 8 are 172.20.0.101 and 172.30.0.101), proceed as follows:

1)

On the BAM, select [Start/Run], and execute the CMD command to display the

2)

MML window. Execute the command PING 172.20.0.100. If the information returned is "Reply

3)

from 172.20.0.100: byte=32 time<10ms TTL=128", it shows that the communication is normal. If the time in the returned information is too long or the information returned is "Request Timed out", it shows that the communication is abnormal. Repeat Step 2 to ping the other three IP addresses in sequence to check the communication.

  • 2.6.3 Checking Communication of Internal LAN

As shown in Figure 2-1, the BAM and host (board) form an internal local area network (LAN), and both communicate through LAN Switch 0 and LAN Switch 1 in the

cabinet.

.As adopting biplane communication, MSOFTX3000 uses two network

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segments: 172.20.xxx.xxx; and 172.30.xxx.xxx. The IP address of each component has been set within the two network segments. For details, refer to section 2.6.1 “Networking of O&M System”.

Table 2-14 Checking the communication of the internal LAN

Item

Description

Result

Remarks

Check the setting of the IP address

Check if the IP addresses of the BAM and iGWB are correctly set based on the description in 2.6.1 I. IP Address of the BAM Server.

Y; N

In the internal LAN, the IP address of each component is fixed.

Check the communication between the BAM and host

On the BAM, ping the IP address of the WSMU in each subrack (for the IP address setting, refer to 2.6.1 IV. IP Address of WSMU). If the ping command is executed successfully, it shows that the communication between the BAM and host is normal.

Y; N

If the ping command is not

Check the

Ping the IP addresses of the iGWB 172.20.200.1 and

 

executed successfully, it shows that the communication is abnormal. Check the connection

communication

172.30.200.1 from the BAM.

of Ethernet cables, if the IP

between the

If the ping command is

Y; N

addresses of the BAM and iGWB

BAM and

executed successfully, it

are correctly set, and if the DIP

iGWB

shows that the communication is normal.

switch on the WSIU that

Check the communication between the iGWB and host

On the iGWB, ping the IP address of the WSMU in each subrack (for the IP address setting, refer to 2.6.1 IV. IP Address of WSMU). If the ping command is executed successfully, it shows that the communication is normal.

Y; N

determines subrack numbering is correctly set.

 

Based on the description in

   

HUAWEI MSOFTX3000 Mobile SoftSwitch Center Installation Manual –

For details, refer to the

HUAWEI MSOFTX3000 Mobile

Check the

setting of

Software Installation, log in to

Y; N

description on setting VLAN in

VLAN

the LAN Switch through a serial port, execute the command display vlan all, and check if VLAN is correctly set.

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Item

Description

Result

 

Remarks

 

Turn off the power switch (SW6) of LAN Switch 1. Check if the communication between the BAM and the host is normal or not

Y; N

Turn off the power switch (SW6) of LAN Switch 1. Check if the communication between the

Caution:

according to the related description above.

Before turning off the power

Check the

   

switch of LAN Switch, make sure

Ethernet

Turn on the power switch of

the host according to the

you have saved the current data

biplane

LAN Switch 1 (SW6), and

of the LAN Switch.

switchover

turn off the power switch

Note:

function

(SW5) of LAN Switch 0.

After logging in to the LAN

Check the communication state between the BAM and

related description above ..

Y; N

Switch, you can enter the save command to save the current configuration of the LAN Switch.

After the check, turn on the power switch (SW5) of LAN Switch 0.

  • 2.6.4 Checking Communication of External LAN

As shown in Figure 2-1, the BAM server, iGWB server, LMT, and the EWS together form an external LAN, which communicate through an external HUB or LAN Switch. The IP address of each component is to be provided by the customer.

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Caution:

The network segment and IP addresses used by the external LAN are to be provided by the customer. They are different from those of the internal LAN (172.20.xxx.xxx,

172.30.xxx.xxx).

Table 2-15 Checking the communication of the external LAN

Item

 

Description

 

Result

Remarks

Check the

Check

if

the

IP

addresses of the

 

In the external LAN, the IP

setting of IP

BAM, LMT,

EWS,

and

iGWB are

Y; N

address of each component

addresses

correctly set.

 

is to be provided by the customer.

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Item

 

Description

 

Result

 

Remarks

Check the communicati on between the BAM and LMT

Ping the IP address of the LMT on the BAM; ping the IP address of the BAM from the LMT. If the ping command is executed successfully, it shows that the communication is normal.

 

Y; N

 

Check the communicati on between the BAM and the EWS