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AXE Operation & Configuration

LZU 108 6145

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Objectives

After this course, you will be able to:


Course objectives

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Chapter 1
Introduction

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Objectives
After this chapter you will be able to:
Describe the market position for AXE. Describe the product structure of AXE. Describe the BYB 501 building practice on an overview level. Describe how the Positioning commands can be used to locate hardware in AXE. Describe the operational activities in AXE.

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The AXE System


Background Market System structure

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AXE market data Q2 2002


In commercial operation

In service since 1978 Up to 50% market share in some segments Best selling digital switching system in the world 141 countries 15 000 exchanges 340 M mobile subscribers 140 M fixed local lines 45 M transit lines ~2000 service control/database nodes
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AXE high-lights
Migration Capacity Cost of ownership Reliability Revenue generating services
ADSL SHDSL Internet access CLASS services Business Communication services IN services
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AXE market position


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30
25 20 15 25 15

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Local

Trunks
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Mobile

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Product structure of AXE

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Application Modularity, AM
AXE

AM

RMP

XSS

APZ

System Modules (SM)

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Main parts of AXE


APT Device Other switch ET GS

Device

Device

ST
ST ET EAR

APZ RP RP CP RP RP

I/O System

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AXE platform evolution

GEM 512K GSD ET155 M-AST 128K GS RPP PDSPL2E

New HW 64K GS

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The AXE Hardware


BYB 501 1.3 1.4 1.5

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Main features of BYB 501


It conforms to internationally recognized standards.
International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI).

Cooling can be achieved using natural convection or forced cooling using fans. Subracks of differing dimensions and different manufacture can be housed in the BYB 501 cabinets. The cabling is simple to install.

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BYB 501 cabinet

1800

400 600
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BYB 501 versions


BYB 501 1.3 BYB 501 1.4 BYB 501 1.5 (AXE810)

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Possible arrangements of cabinets

Back-to-wall

Back-to-back with double-depth cabinet Free-standing single row

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BYB 501 row and cabinet numbering


01 02

03

04

02

01

02

03

04

01

Cabinet numbers

Row numbers

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BYB 501 cabinet scales


Vertical position, 0-64
01

Horizontal position, 0-85

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BYB 501 subrack scales examples


Row 04 Cabinet 05
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Subrack 04*05/03*52
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Subrack 04*05/03*36
36

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Subrack 04*05/03*20 Subrack 04*05/12*20 Subrack 04*05/03*10

10 03 00
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Position of connector inside subrack


65 52

57

23 00

36

20

00

34

85

10 03 00

05/03*36/34*23F
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Example of label
Front This position: 05/03*36/81*21F RP4H-B E9/4

Rear NTM 180 66/114 To position: (05/03*50/81*17F) C

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Vertical cable ducts


Overhead cabling Top view

Floor cabling
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Cabling groups
Cabling is divided into three main groups: Bus cabling Signal Cabling Power cabling

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Cable types
Twisted pair cables Coaxial cable Fiber optic cable

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APT, BYB 501 1.4


GDM, Generic Device magazine

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BYB 501 1.4 high-lights


GS maximum 128K (64K in earlier BYB releases) Generic Device Magazine with:
ET155-7 and ET155-27, ANSI and ETSI STM-1 standards The ETC5 for 2 Mbit/s PDH The M-AST, modular announcement service terminal The PDSPL, pooled digital signaling platform, loadable The RPP, regional processor with PCI bus (PCU, DTI2 and HSL) The RPG, regional processor with group switch interface The ALI, ATM Link Interface ECP, echo cancelling equipment TRA, transcoder and rate adaptor
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GDM-H, Generic Device Magazine, Half-height

DLHB-A

DLHB-B

RP4

16 device slots

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RP4

RP4
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EM numbering

DLHB-A EM=0 EM=1 EM=2 EM=3 EM=4 EM=5 EM=6 EM=7 EM=8 EM=9 EM=10 EM=11 EM=12 EM=13 EM=14 EM=15 DLHB-B RP4

GDM-F, Generic Device Magazine, Full-height

DLHB-A

DLHB-B

RP4

16 device slots

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RP4

GDDM - Generic Device Data Magazine

DLHB-A

DLHB-B

RP4

Ethernet bus in backplane

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RP4

GDM2-H, Generic Device Magazine 2, Half-height

DLHB-A

DLHB-B

Screen

RP4

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RP4

RP4

RP4

APT, BYB 501 1.5 (AXE810)

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GEM - Compact, Flexible, Scalable

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GEM components

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SCB-RP XDB ET155 ET155 TRA TRA TRA TRA TRA DLEB IRB XDB CGB

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ET155 ET155 ECP ECP ECP ECP ECP DLEB IRB CGB XDB

XDB

SCB-RP

Slots in GEM

22 slots for free use

450 mm

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300 mm

External and internal links in GEM

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The flexible DL34 link

Device 1 Group Switch 16k

NTCOI:. MODE=1024;

Device 22 B A DL34 144 Mbit/s

NTCOI:. MODE=256;

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The control structure inside GEM


B

A
Group Switch 16k

Device

Device

SCB-RP SCB-RP

A B 1 2

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Example of a Node

BSC/TRC ~ 5000 TRX 96K GS front view

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Example of Reduction in Footprint

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Economical operation of AXE810


Rental of premises Power consumption Repair and spare part costs
100 80 60 40 20 0 HW Repairs Power Board Types Footprint Consumption
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BYB 202 = 100 BYB 501 AXE810

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Footprint reduction

100 100

50

50
0

BYB 501 1.4

AXE810

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Comparison BYB 501 1.4 to AXE810


Power consumption
100 100 70 50 0 BYB 501 (1.3) AXE 810
128
Old GS, 64 kbit/s

Group Switch Capacity


600 400

512 4
Old GS, Subrate

128
AXE 810, AXE 810, 64 kbit/s Subrate

200 0

No. of board types


100 100 50 50 0 BYB 501 (1.3)
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Processing Capacity
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14 8,4 1 2,4

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AXE 810
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APZ 212 25

APZ 212 20

APZ 212 30

APZ 212 33

Main benefits of AXE810


Increased capacity. Increased reliability. Reduced cost of ownership. Migration to 3G. Shorter time to RFI (Ready For Installation).

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AXE810 Summary

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Localization of hardware units


EXPOP EXPOI EXPOE

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Parameters for EXPOP / EXPOI / EXPOE


CLM=clm Clock module DEV=dev... Device DIP=dip... Digital path DL=dl... Data link EMG=emg, EM=em... / EQ=eq... / EMTS=emts... / MAG=mag... Equipment Module Group, Equipment Module, Equipment, EM Time Switch or Magazine. EQ=eq... Equipment MAG=mag... Magazine
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RP=rp... Regional Processor RP=rp, EM=em Reqional Processor and Equipment Module SNT=snt... Switching Network Terminal SPM=spm... Space Switch Module SWX=swx... Switching Matrix TSI=tsi... Time Switching Interface TSM=tsm... Time Switch Module UNIT=unit... Unit

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The POS parameter gives the position


Associated with shelf designation [a-]b-c-d or [a-]e a Building designation Identifier 1 - 15 characters b Row designation Identifier 1 - 7 characters c Section number Numeral 0 - 255 d Shelf designation Identifier A - H or J e External designation Identifier 1 - 13 characters Associated with vertical coordinate [a-]b-c-d-f[-g] a Building designation Identifier 1 - 15 characters b Row designation Identifier 1 - 7 characters c Section number Numeral 0 - 255 d Vertical coordinate (cabinet door), Numeral 0 - 85 f Horizontal coordinate (shelf) Numeral 0 - 24 g Horizontal coordinate (magazine), Numeral 0 - 85
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Examples
EXPOP:UNIT=MUX3-A-2; EXPOI:DEV=ECDH-128&&-255,POS=CITY-24B-6-35; EXPOE:DEV=KR-0&&-15;

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Operational activities

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Operational activities
AXE
Traffic Data Traffic Measurement & Statistics Charging Data

Sales Office

Subscriber Service Orders


Exchange Data Changes Orders Charging Data Orders Operational Statistics Orders

Commands

Printouts

Exchange Data Office

PC

Charging Office

New board

Printers

Planning Office

Operational Manuals

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Report of finished work


This Operational Instruction is referenced from other Operational Instructions A copy of the reporting procedure for the telecommunication administration must be available Make a report using local administrative routines Could be paper, e-mail, etc.

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The exchange logbook


high-priority alarms operational disturbances intervention and fault-repair in APZ, and in common units in APT, e.g. in GSS output of call-charging records and statistics activation of new lines and extensions activation of new traffic cases and routes addition of new functions, programs or data

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Trouble reports
disturbance type failure effect fault code frequency of disturbance (how often) associated printouts commands/actions that preceded the disturbance suspected unit or function block suggested solution actions taken to clear the trouble
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