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Application of the NIC Tool in


UMTS Data Collection (R16)

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Contents
1 What Data Can Be Collected By Using the NIC Tool?

2 How to Use the NIC Tool for Collecting UMTS Data?

3 References

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Application Scenarios

 Application purpose: The NIC tool is used to standardize data


collection experience, improve the collection efficiency, and
support one-click data collection in fault location, SOP, and
urgent issue analysis.

 Recommended application scenarios:


 Maintenance scenarios (SOP, fault location, fault analysis, and
network evaluation)
 Single-NE multi-information collection scenarios
 Multi-NE data collection scenarios

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Default Data Collection Scenarios
Urgent Problem analysis: The NIC tool in this case is used to collect data after a fault occurs.
Scenario Category Detailed Scenario Application Description
When urgent problem occur, the NIC tool is used to collect the first batch of data,
RNC_Urgent Problem_first bitch including KPIs, number of users, operation logs, alarm logs, and configuration
scripts.
Urgent Problem
When urgent problem occur, the NIC tool is used to collect the second batch of
RNC_Urgent Problem_second
data, including CHR logs, text logs, call fault logs, debug logs, operation logs,
bitch
alarm logs, and traffic statistics.

SOP: The NIC tool in this case is used to support SOP inspection and security inspection.
Scenario Category Detailed Scenario Application Description
The NIC tool is used to collect device security-related data, including software, process,
RNC_Devices Security
network, important files, users' account, privilege ,security log, trace function
Audit
states,Business License, security alarm etc.
The NIC tool is used to inspect and evaluate the networks, and obtain data to analyze the
RNC_SOP
potential faults.
SOP
The NIC tool is used to collect device security-related data, including operating system
Nodeb_Security check software information, system process data, network data, files, account, right, security
logs, traced data, service license data, and security alarms.
The NIC tool is used to inspect and evaluate the networks, and obtain data to analyze the
NodeB_SOP
potential faults.

Network evaluation: The NIC tool in this case is used to evaluate the existing networks.
Scenario Category Detailed Scenario Application Description
The visualized network evaluation result concentrated on certain counters and
MAI Evaluation MAI Evaluation
the MR grid display function reduce the manpower costs on network analysis
With analysis and adaptation of massive data,such as MRs and CHRs, the
Accurate Optimization Accurate Optimization comprehensive, accurate and feasible suggestions can be provided for
locating network optimization-related problems
2G/3G/4GSubscribers In the SRAN network,data sources,such as CHRs,are analyzed to evaluate
2G/3G/4GSubscribers immigration
immigration the feasibility of user data migration

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Default Data Collection Scenarios
System fault location: The NIC tool in this case is used to locate system faults.
Scenario Category Detailed Scenario Application Description
RNC_RRC SSR The NIC tool is used when the RRC connection setup
success rate is lower than the expected RRC connection
setup success rate.
UMTS RRC SSR issue NodeB_RRC SSR
RNC_SLC The NIC tool is used to solve the SLC problem.
UMTS SLC issue
NodeB_SLC
RNC_PS CDR The NIC tool is used when the PS call drop rate is greater
UMTS PS CDR issue than the expected call drop rate.
NodeB_PS CDR
RNC_HSPA(UL) througput The NIC tool is used to solve the problems such as low PS
or HSPA throughput, unavailable data transmission, and call
UMTS HSPA(UL) througput issue
drops.
NodeB_HSPA(UL) througput
RNC_HSPA(DL) througput The NIC tool is used to solve the problems such as low PS
or HSPA throughput, unavailable data transmission, and call
UMTS HSPA(DL) througput issue
drops.
NodeB_HSPA(DL) througput
RNC_RAB SSR The NIC tool is used when the RAB setup success rate is
UMTS RAB SSR issue lower than the expected RAB setup success rate.
NodeB_RAB SSR
RNC_CS CDR The NIC tool is used when the CS call drop rate is greater
UMTS CS CDR issue than the expected call drop rate.
NodeB_CS CDR
RNC_RTWP The NIC tool is used when the RTWP is excessively high (for
example, higher than -90 dBm) and when the RTWP is
excessively low (for example, lower than -110 dBm).
UMTS RTWP issue NodeB_RTWP

The following excel lists the common RNC-/NodeB-


related data collection scenarios and items.

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UMTS Data Collection Items

 RNC  NodeB

The following Excel file lists


the detailed collection items.

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Contents
1 What Data Can Be Collected By Using the NIC Tool?

2 How to Use the NIC Tool for Collecting UMTS Data?

3 References

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Preparations
 Operation right
Before using the NIC tool, ensure that the operation personnel have the rights to
operate NEs and collect command data.
The rights are set on the U2000.

Note: The rights set on the U2000 must cover all data collection items.

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Preparations

 Operating Environment
Configuration Software Version or Requirement
Item
Web browser IE 7.0 and IE 8.0

Firefox 3.X (X≥6)

Operating • Windows 7 (32-bit) and Windows 7 (64-bit)


system • Windows Vista (32-bit)
• Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3 (32-bit) or later
• Windows 2003 R2 Server Service Pack 2 (32-bit) and (64-bit) + KB968730
patch + KB938397 patch
• Windows 2008 Server (64-bit)
• Windows 2008 R2 Server (64-bit)
Resolution 1024×768 and higher

Note: If the client process abnormally exits due to improper text input methods, restart the client.

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Preparations
 Specifications
Item Specifications Remarks
Maximum number of scenarios supported by 1000 When the number of scenarios (default and user-defined
the NIC tool scenarios) is greater than 1000, excess scenarios cannot
be displayed on the NIC window.
Maximum number of created tasks supported 100 The number of tasks covers the completed and
by the NIC tool uncompleted tasks.
Maximum number of NEs supported by each 250 It is recommended that the number of NEs be less than
data collection task 250. If the number is greater than 250, manually determine
the concrete number.
Maximum number of scenarios simultaneously 10 If the number of scenarios simultaneously supported by a
supported by each data collection task data collection task exceeds the threshold, the task cannot
be created.

 Other Requirements
 The data collection NEs normally communicate with the U2000.

 The U2000 version is V200R011C00SPC230 or later.

 The user name and password of the U2000 for data collection have been obtained.

 The IP address of the U2000 has been obtained.

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Operation Guide
 Login to the Web NIC
 Start the Internet Explorer.
 In the address box of the Internet Explorer, enter http://server IP/nic.
In SSL mode, enter https://server IP address:31040/nic in the address box of the Internet Explorer.

Note: The server IP address is the address of the U2000.

 When the Internet Explorer 8 displays "There is a problem with this website's security certificate",
select "Continue to this website (not recommended)".

 On the login page, enter the user name, password and verification code.

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Operation Guide
Creating data collection tasks
 Functions Task management involves:
•Creating tasks
•Modifying tasks
•Deleting tasks
•Stopping or restarting tasks
•Downloading collected
information and task reports

Collecting all data of a


collection task
Scenario management
involves:
•Creating scenarios
•Importing scenarios
•Exporting scenarios
•Modifying scenarios
Checking the NE •Deleting scenarios
mediation version

Querying, updating, and


modifying the NE
information: user type,
BAM login user name,
BAM password, FTP port
No., FTP user name, and
FTP password.

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Scenario-based Data Collection
 Application scenarios
Certain common fault and maintenance scenarios are pre-defined on the NIC tool. For
data to be collected in these defined scenarios, the NIC tool can be used to
simultaneously collect data of multiple NEs, which simplifies the operation and
improves the data collection efficiency.
 Data collection scenarios

Note: Names of different tasks cannot be the same.

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Scenario-based Data Collection
Case: Collecting data for HSPA service setup failure
1. Choose Network Information 2. On the Task List tab page, 3. Set the task properties (such as the
Collection > Task Management. select Based on Scenario from task name, NEs, and HSPA scenario).
the Create Task drop-down list.

4. Set the task execution duration.


5. Select NEs to be collected
from Optional NEs.
6. Set detailed parameters
about collection items.

7. In the Task Overview area, confirm


the information about the task to be
created, and then click Finish.

For detailed steps, see the


following attachment.

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Customized Item-based Data Collection

 Application
Fault location in network maintenance requires collection of certain network data. In
this case, the NIC tool can be used to collect data of several NEs based on
customized items.

 Information

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Customized Item-based Data Collection
Case: Collecting alarm and call fault logs
3. Set the task properties (such as the
1. Choose Network Information 2. On the Task List tab page, select
task name and product type).
Collection > Task Management. Based on Customize Collection Item
from the Create Task drop-down list.

4. Set the task execution duration.


5. Select NEs to be collected
from Optional NEs.
6. Select collection items.

7. Set detailed parameters about


collection items.
8. In the Task Overview area,
confirm the information about the task
to be created, and then click Finish. For detailed steps, see
the following attachment.

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Template-based Data Collection
 Application
For certain faults in scenarios not included in the default scenarios, create templates for
corresponding products and versions, and then use the created templates for data
collection.

 Note:
The selected versions must contain those used onsite. The loaded template must be the
same as that of the onsite NE.

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Template-based Data Collection
Case: Creating and loading a data collection template for collecting
alarms and MML commands
Creating a template
3. In the Create Collection Template
1. Choose Network dialog box, set Creation Mode to
2. On the Task List tab page, click Create Based on customized collection
Information Collection >
Collection Template. item, and then set Product Type and
Task Management.
Optional Collection Items.

4. In the Create Collection Template


5. Set parameter values for
dialog box, select versions to be 6. In the File Download dialog
items with the asterisk (*).
supported. box, select a path for saving
the template. Then click OK.

For detailed steps, see


the following
attachment.

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Template-based Data Collection
Using the template for data collection 2. In the Template Task Creation Wizard dialog
box, set the task name, load a template, and
1. On the Task List tab page, select Based on Customize select the task execution type.
Collection Item from the Create Task drop-down list.

3. Set the task execution duration.

4. Select NEs to be collected


from Optional NEs.

5. Re-enter the required parameters. If


parameters that have been set in the template
are inconsistent with those used onsite, enter the
onsite parameters in the template.

6. Enter the contact information about the


information collector as required. Create a
collection task for data collection after
determining the data to be collected.

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Downloading Data Collection Results
 Operation steps
1. Choose Network Information Collection > Task Management.
2. In the navigation tree of the Task Management tab page, select a task under the Finished Tasks
node.
3. Click Download on the Task Result column of the Result Information tab page.
4. In the File Download dialog box, click Save to save this result to the specified path on your local
computer.
 By default, task reports are named in the format of task name_yyyyMMddHHmmss.zip.

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Troubleshooting Methods
 If a task creation failure occurs due to excessive tasks, delete the completed
tasks.

 If a task creation failure occurs due to an incorrect task name, change the task
name and ensure that the name is different from those of the existing tasks.

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Contents
1 What Data Can Be Collected By Using the NIC Tool?

2 How to Use the NIC Tool for Collecting UMTS Data?

3 References

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Appendix
 For detailed functions of the NIC tool, see M2000 Product
Documentation(Solaris10): Operation and Maintenance>
Software and Hardware Management > Network Information
Collection

 NIC tool training material:

 Problem handling process: Contact Romania/China GTAC-Wireless-


Tools-NTS-PSE and submit an iCare trouble ticket.

 Methods for supplementing collected data:


 To correct the incorrect data, adopt the handling process of common
product problems.
 To add or modify data, adopt the requirement process.

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