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Power Off Procedure of BSC and BTS (ZTE)

Following steps need to be executed for power off the BSCs & BTSs:1. Manually Backing Up BSC Configuration Data:2. Manually Backing Up BSC System Data:Backup of following items need to be taken: Alarm database backup file BAM/OMM database backup file Registry backup file License backup file BSC and BTS Configuration backup file 3. Manually Backing Up BTS Configuration Data: Back up all board software versions, namely the OMC version, BTS software version, and logic version. Back up the BTS information (Hardware inventory) 4. Hardware Inventory Sub rack wise BSC Hardware layout to be kept in excel sheet. 5. License Inventory Take backup of all available licenses (CS, CE etc.) inventory. 6. Manually Backing Up LAN Switch configuration Data: Configuration files backup should be taken in external hard drive manually. 7. BTS Configuration Deletion: After taking backup of above mentioned BSC and BTS database delete configuration of all BTSs defined in respective BSCs. Note: - Ensure that the backup data copied on external storage drive power off the main units. After completion of system/configuration backup procedure of BSC and BTS configuration deletion of BTS ; Below mentioned procedure need to be followed for Power off the BSC, Server Racks & BTS:-

BSC/BTS & connected nodes Power- off Sequence Work Flow:

Prerequisites
Conditions Wear an ESD wrist strap properly. To avoid failures; identification & mapping of switches on the PDB and the internal components in the cabinet should be done prior powering off any device.

Power off sub rack: Set the circuit breakers in the PDB to OFF for Sub-rack. After confirming that the sub rack is successfully powered off, power off the next sub-racks.

Power off Main Processing sub rack: Set the circuit breakers in the PDB to OFF for Main Processing Sub-rack.

Powering Off the LAN Switch: Turn off the power switch of the LAN Switch Note:- Perform this step only when the LAN Switch has a power switch. On the PDB, set the switch that controls the power supply to the LAN Switch to OFF. Ensure that the PWR indicator on the LAN Switch is off. If the PWR indicator is off, it indicates that the LAN Switch is powered off.

Powering Off the BAM/OMM Server: Turn off the switch of the BAM/OMM Server. Turn off the corresponding switch in the PDB to OFF. Ensure that the PWR indicator on the BAM/OMM is off. If the PWR indicator is off, it indicates that the BAM/OMM is powered off.

Powering Off the KVMS: Turn off the corresponding switch in the PDB. Turn off the power switch on the rear panel of the KVMS to "O". Note: - If no power switch is available, skip this procedure. Check the status of the PWR indicator of the KVMS. If the PWR indicator is off, then KVMS is powered off can be inferred.

Powering Off the BSC Cabinet: On the DC PDC, turn off the power switch that controls the power supply to the cabinet. Check whether the RUN indicator on the PDB is off. If the RUN indication is off, it indicates that the cabinet is powered off.

Powering off the BTS: Turn off the power switch that controls the power supply to the BTS. Turn off the MCB in SMPS that supply the Power to BTS.

Powering Off the M2000 System


Take Back Up of all system files and system data. Execute appropriate commands to stop the operation of the system. Turn the power switch off at host. Switch off the power supplies to other units in the following order: Disk arrays Terminals

For further clarification and understanding of switch off process refer the detailed procedure pasted below:

MOP of BTS & BSC Switched Off and Imp data collection.pdf

Note: After power down of the complete unit please ensure that all the switches/circuit breakers are in switch off mode. After power off connected electronic equipment only, one must move ahead for powering down of respective UPSs, PP, A.C. and other related units.

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