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Office Data Creation Manual


Radio Network Controller
CML:RNC DB Creation
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for their own purposes could violate the rights of their owners.

Copyright (C) Siemens AG / NEC Corporation 2005.


Issued by:
Siemens AG, Information and Communications Group, Hofmannstrae 51, 81359 Mnchen, Germany and
NEC Corporation, 7-1, Shiba 5-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Technical modifications possible.
Technical specifications and features are binding only insofar as they are specifically and expressly agreed upon in a written
contract.

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Precautions

Precautions
To prevent potential injury or even death, this manual as well as the alert labels attached to the system,
provide various safety precautions. It is imperative that all safety instructions in this manual and the
alert labels be completely understood prior to performing any operations and/or maintenance work.
This manual is intended for the operation and maintenance personnel of the RNC system.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

The Safety Instructions provides safety instructions for the RNC. For other equipment, refer to the
relevant manual of the particular equipment in question.
Definitions of Alert Categories

There are three Alert Categories.

DANGER
This symbol indicates that there is explicit life-threatening danger. Failure
to obey this instruction could place you in an imminent danger of death or
serious injury.

WARNING
This symbol indicates an item that potentially endangers your life. Failure
to obey this instruction can lead to death or serious injury.

CAUTION
This symbol indicates an item that could cause bodily injury or damage to
property. Failure to obey this instruction could cause injury to you, or
damage to the equipment, components, and even the communication
network or other property.

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List of Alert Labels

The following lists alert labels attached to the system. Locate the labels and be sure to follow the
instructions on them.

(Location)
Frame (LSF, TRKF, etc.)
(Explanation)
When you replace a fan, do not touch the fan before the fan blade or
motor completely stops. Failure to do so could result in injury.

(Location)
Frame (LSF, TRKF, PRF, etc.)
(Explanation)
Indicates use of a Class 1 laser product which is harmless to the human
body.

(Location)
Frames with a metal-meshed shielded tube
(Explanation)
Wear rubber or vinyl gloves when touching metal-meshed shielded tube.
Touching a metal-meshed shielded tube with bare hands can result in
dermatitis.
(Location)
Card and frame (LSF, TRKF, etc.)
(Explanation)
All cards must be handled with extreme care as each one contains
Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD). The cards and frames are
marked with the ESD-label.

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List of Safety Instructions

When you find a safety instruction in this manual, be sure to read the instruction before starting the
work.
The safety instructions, especially regarding death or injury, in this manual are listed below, by their
alert categories.

Alert category: Danger

DANGER
Important Notice on Product Safety
DANGER - RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR DEATH
- FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
The system complies with the standard EN 60950 / IEC 60950. All
equipment connected to the system must comply with the applicable
safety standards.
Hazardous voltages are present at the AC power supply lines in this
electrical equipment. Some components may also have high operating
temperatures.
Failure to observe and follow all installation and safety instructions
can result in serious personal injury or property damage.
Therefore, only trained and qualified personnel may install and
maintain the system.
The same text in German:
Wichtiger Hinweis zur Produktsicherheit
LEBENSGEFAHR
- BEACHTEN SIE ALLE INSTALLATIONSHINWEISE.
Das System entspricht den Anforderungen der EN 60950 / IEC 60950.
Alle an das System angeschlossenen Gerte mssen die zutreffenden
Sicherheitsbestimmungen erfllen.
In diesen Anlagen stehen die Netzversorgungsleitungen unter
gefhrlicher Spannung. Einige Komponenten knnen auch eine hohe
Betriebstemperatur aufweisen.
Nichtbeachtung der Installations- und Sicherheitshinweise kann zu
schweren Krperverletzungen oder Sachschden fhren.
Deshalb darf nur geschultes und qualifiziertes Personal das System
installieren und warten.

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Alert category: Caution

CAUTION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with EN 300386. Its
class of conformity is defined in table A30808-X3247-X910-*-7618, which
is shipped with each product. This class also corresponds to the limits for
a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the relevant standards
referenced in the manual "Guide to Documentation", may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
For system installations it is strictly required to choose all installation sites
according to national and local requirements concerning construction
rules and static load capacities of buildings and roofs.
For all sites, in particular in residential areas it is mandatory to observe all
respectively applicable electromagnetic field / force (EMF) limits.
Otherwise harmful personal interference is possible.

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Alert category: Caution (continued)

CAUTION
Safety instructions on the overall work:
Before performing any operations and maintenance work, make sure
that the working environment is safe.
Before performing any operations and maintenance work, check that
the emergency exit are clear in case of an emergency situation.
Before performing any operation and maintenance work, make sure
sufficient safety instructions are given to maintenance personnel.
Never wear slippers during work.
Take care not to trip over cables, components, or tools during work.
Failure to do so could result injury.
Take care that the shirt sleeves and trousers are not caught in
equipment and/or machines during work. Failure to do so could
cause an injury or other accident.
Do not allow liquid, such as water, on system components or touch
the system with wet hands. Moisture in the system can cause an
electrical shock or a trouble to the system. If any liquid comes into
contact with the system, immediately turn off the power of the affected
components, and request repairs.
Do not rework or disassemble the system components. An electrical
shock, fire or component and/or system failure could occur as a
result.

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Alert category: Caution (continued)

CAUTION
Safety instructions concerning handling tools and test equipment:
Before connecting an electric tool to an AC outlet, be sure to check
the voltage (230 V) and frequency usable with the tool. Using an
electric tool with the wrong voltage or frequency can result in an
electrical shock or other accident.
When using an electric tool, be sure to connect a ground wire to it.
Using an electric tool without connecting it to the ground can lead to
an electrical shock.
When an electric tool is being not used, be sure to unplug the power
cable from the AC outlet. Failure to do so could cause an electrical
shock or other accident.
When using a crimping tool, be careful not to get your fingers caught
in the jaws of the tool.
When using any electric tool or crimping tool, be sure to observe the
instructions given in the relevant instruction manuals.
Safety instructions on handling cards:
Wear thin cotton gloves when handling cards. Working with bare
hands can lead to an injury or accident.
Follow all instructions for handling the card being tested, the test
instrument, cables and all other components properly in accordance
with the instructions given in the relevant manuals.

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Alert category: Caution (continued)

CAUTION
Safety instructions on high voltage and high current:
Persons other than the maintenance personnel must not touch the
Direct Current Power Distribution Board (DC-PDB). The DC-PDB
carries high voltage and current. Touching it could result in an
electrical shock or other accident.
Do not touch those parts of the RNC that contain components with
high voltage or current. Inadvertent contact with any of these
components can cause injury, death, and/or damage to the system.
Be sure to provide grounding where required. Failure to do so can
result in system failure or electrical shock, especially if caused by the
lightning.
When measuring voltage or current, take adequate insulating
measures, such as covering or winding the unnecessary parts of the
measuring terminal and tools with insulating tape. Allowing the
measuring terminal to touch another terminal, or a short-circuit
caused by a tool, could result in an electrical shock or other accident.
Operate the test equipment and the Call Simulation Equipment (CSE)
on the specified voltage (230 V system). Operating them at an
inadequate voltage can cause a fire.
Before making a connection with the DC-PDB, ensure that the power
to the main circuit breaker is OFF. Making a connection with the DCPDB when the power is ON can result in an electrical shock or other
accident.
Before making a cable connection, be sure to turn OFF the switch on
the power distribution board. Otherwise, an electrical shock or other
accident could occur.
Before making a cable connection, confirm the electric polarity is
correct. If the cable is connected with the wrong polarity, an electrical
shock or other accident could occur.

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Alert category: Caution (continued)

CAUTION
Safety instructions when working up high or on a step ladder:
When working on a cable rack or running cables while on a step or
other ladder, watch your footings and be careful not to fall. Failure to
take proper precautions could result in injury or other problems.
When working on a cable rack or running cables up high, be careful
not to drop any tools or components. Dropping a tool or a component
can injure personnel, or cause problems to the system.
Safety instructions on rotating parts:
Do not touch rotating parts, such as fans, and do not remove the
guard while they are still rotating. Touching these rotating parts while
they are still in motion rotating could result in an injury or other
accident.

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PRECAUTIONS FOR NORMAL SYSTEM OPERATION

The Precautions for Normal System Operation provides precautions against potential problems that
could occur to the system. In order to maintain normal operation of the system, particular attention
must be paid to each precaution prior to and during any operation and/or maintenance work.
Site Consideration

To maintain normal system operation, your site must always meet the requirements listed below.
(1) Temperature and humidity

Make sure that the temperature and humidity levels are within the acceptable range: the
temperature must be between 5 and 40C and the humidity 20 and 80% (There must be
no condensation).

Make sure that the site is not exposed to liquid such as water and oil.

Make sure that the site is not exposed to direct sunlight nor placed near a flame or
heating appliance like a stove.

(2) Dust
To prevent a short circuit due to dust buildup, make sure that the site is kept clean and dust
free.
(3) Vibration
Since the system components are precision-engineered equipment and devices, make sure
that the site is not subject to vibration.
(4) Heat dissipation
Proper air circulation is necessary to prevent the temperature from rising inside the system.
Make sure that the vents of the system components are always kept clear.
(5) Static electricity
Be sure to connect your wrist strap to a proper ground such as an ESD terminal.

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List of Precautions

The precautions are listed by the following working situations:

When Operating the System

When Handling Cards

When Handling the Power Supply

When Handling Parts and Components

When Operating The System

Keep the doors of the machine room closed during work. In a room with high humidity,
vapor can condense on cards and modules in the RNC, which can lead to a short-circuit or
fire. Excessive dust can also cause a short-circuit or fire.

If using air-conditioning, prevent water from the ceiling or the refrigerant pipes from
dripping on cards and modules in the RNC. If any component in the system becomes wet,
this could result in a short-circuit or fire.

Keep the humidity in the machine room within the range of 20 to 80%, with no condensation.

Do not leave foreign objects such as screws, wires, or pieces of metal inside the frames or
modules, Main Distribution Frame (MDF) or terminal devices of the RNC. Such foreign
objects can damage the equipment or cause a short-circuit, subsequently resulting in a
malfunction of the RNC or other problem.

Wear antistatic shoes during the operation and maintenance work.

Clean the filter on the fan at least every six months. If the filter is not kept properly cleaned,
a short-circuit or fire can occur.

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When Handling Cards

ESD labels are located on both front and rear doorknobs of a frame.

Front

Rear

All cards are equipped with ESD-labels.

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When inserting or removing a card from the system components, always wear thin cotton
gloves and a grounded wrist strap to prevent static electricity. Electrostatic charge can
damage the internal parts.

Wear a pair of thin cotton gloves.

Wear a grounded wrist strap.

wrist strap

To Earth Bonding Point

Connect the wrist strap to the earth bonding point of a frame.

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Make sure that the switches and short plugs on the spare card are in the same position as
those on the card to be replaced.

ON

DIP switches

OFF
0

Rotary switch

Short plugs

Make sure the direction (top and bottom) of the spare card is correct. Do not force the card
into the slot. Forcibly inserting a card in a wrong direction can damage it.

Right

Wrong

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Do not bend or twist the card. Bending or twisting the card can damage it and result in a
malfunction.

If a card is marked with a ! label, be sure to turn off the power switch of the card before
removing it.

When Handling The Power Supply

The system components are kept in operation with the power supply turned on at all times.
Make sure that no personnel except the system administrator is allowed to operate the power
switch. If the power supply is interrupted, communications will be disrupted, and any
unsaved data will be lost.

Never turn the power switch of a card on and off, or insert or remove a fuse unless absolutely
necessary. Be careful not to abruptly turn the power supply on and off.

Normal operation of the system is not guaranteed when the input voltage is out of the
prescribed range. The system operation is not guaranteed even when the voltage returns to a
normal level once it has gone out of the range. In this case, it will be necessary to reset the
system.

When Handling Parts and Components

Never swing a cable. Never forcibly wind a cable. Swinging or forcibly winding a cable can
break the cable or damage its connector.

Never wind an optical cable to form a loop with a diameter of 100 mm or less. To do so
could break the optical cable.

When making a connection with a cable conductor, be careful not to place the conductor in
contact with another cable conductor. A short-circuit could result in a fire or other damage.

Never remove the cap from an optical connector, except when attaching the connector. If an
optical connector is damaged or contaminated with dust, this will disrupt communications.

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Never step on a battery. Stepping on a battery can cause the battery to leak.

Use tools and components such as batteries and cables correctly, in accordance with the
instructions given in the relevant manuals.

DISPOSAL OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream
via designated collection facilities appointed by the government or the local authorities.
The correct disposal and separate collection of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human health. It is a precondition for reuse and recycling of
used electrical and electronic equipment.
For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your sales
representative.
The statements quoted above are only fully valid for equipment which is installed in the countries of the
European Union and is covered by the directive 2002/96/EC.
Countries outside the European Union may have other regulations regarding the disposal of electrical
and electronic equipment.

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Preface

Preface
This document is prepared as a standard edition that may include descriptions not applying to your
system.
Proper management and accumulation of office data helps maintain a normal operation of the Radio
Network Controller (RNC). This manual describes how to create office data using various commands.
SECTION 1 : Overview
Provides an overview of office data creation.
SECTION 2 : Command Input Procedure
Describes the procedures to input commands for office data creation.

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Reason for Update


Summary:

Preliminary edition
Details:

Chapter/Section

Reason for Update

All

Preliminary edition

Issue History:
Issue
Number

Date of issue

Reason for Update

Prelim

10/2005

Preliminary edition

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Contents

Contents
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TITLE

INDEX NUMBER

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SECTION 1
OVERVIEW

SECTION 2
COMMAND INPUT PROCEDURE
Office Data Command Input Procedure...........................

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OVERVIEW

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Office Data
1.

RNC File Configuration

As shown in Fig. 1, the Radio Network Controller (RNC) can generally be classified as a system file
and an office data file. The system file does not depend on office conditions, is unique to the system and
not created by Operation and Maintenance (O&M) personnel. On the other hand, the office data file
depends on office conditions, and is created by O&M personnel using on-line commands.
Program
File

APL Program

System
File

APL Program

Common OS Program

Common OS Program

System Data

System Data

DBMS Data File *1


Minimum Configuration
Data File *2

Schema
*1

Logical
Schema
Physical
Schema
Logical
Schema

Office Data File


*3

Office
Data

Database
*1,*2,*3

Logical
Schema

*1 :The DBMS data file sets the schema defining the data construction of office data as well
as the d1 data (installation pattern data) for diagnosis.
*2 :The minimum configuration data is the minimum hardware data required to start up the
system.
*3 :The office data file specifies the defferent devices, signaling method, routes, etc. for each
office.
Fig. 1 RNC File Configuration

The system file consists of the Application (APL) program, common Operating System (OS) program,
system data, Database Management System (DBMS) data file and minimum configuration data file.
Among these files, APL program, common OS program and system data are program files. The DBMS
data file sets the schema defining the data construction of office data as well as the d1 data (installation
pattern data) for diagnosis. The minimum configuration data is the minimum hardware data required to
start up the system. The office data file specifies equipment, signaling system, route, etc., peculiar to
each office.

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Office Data

System File

The system file consists of the APL program, common OS program, system data, DBMS data file and
minimum configuration file. Out of these files, the APL program, common OS program and system
data are program files.
3.

Office Data

3.1

DBMS Data Configuration

DBMS consists of schema and database. Schema is the items that need to define the data, such as the
form of DB, the way of search, the allocation of memory, etc. Database is the entity of defined user
data, such as the value of office condition and contents of alarm.
There are two types of database -- physical database and logical database.
DBMS
Management
Data

Schema

Database
(Entitiy)

Logical
Database
Related

Logical
Schema

Physical
Database
Related

Physical
Schema

Logical
Database

Physical
Database

Fig. 2 Data Managed in DBMS


3.2

Schema

All the data managed in DBMS are defined and designed in the schema. There are two types of schema
as shown below.

3.3

Schema related to the logical database


This is the schema that defines the logical database, and called logical schema.

Schema related to the physical database


This is the schema that defines the database entity.

Logical Schema

The logical database is such data that are managed in a general-purpose database; it is too slower a little
to read/write data but it is more general and flexible in use. It is a logical schema that defines such data.

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Office Data

Physical Schema

The physical database must be operated by the request from the users in various configurations or
conditions. Such information is described in a schema, and especially the schema related to the physical
database is called physical schema. To use the physical database, the physical schema must be defined
in advance.
DBMS refers to the physical schema to take in the configuration of data expected by user, and realizes
to read/write the each data. Namely, the physical schema is the information that is told to the attribute of
the physical database that users need.
3.5

Logical Database

The logical database cannot support the real-time process that is needed by the switching process but
can be set up the general and flexible conditions for searching and writing.
The logical database is dealt as the group of records which are separate into each field as shown in Fig.
3. Major contents which are defined in the logical schema are attributes of fields consisting of a record,
field configuration of a record, an index type which is added to the field as an option, etc.
In general, the logical database is treated as a table format.
Alarm
No.

Alarm Class

Date

0012

mn

16/05/03

### circuit trouble found on cn=10300 ###

0013

if

16/05/03

## circuit trouble recovered on cn=10300 ##

0014

mn

17/05/03

### carrier lost on trunk cirucit cn=10300 ###

Field

Field

Field

Alarm Message
Record
(Logical Record)

Field

Fig. 3 Example of Logical Database


3.6

Physical Database

The physical database has an Application Programming Interface (API) for real-time processing for
switching/communication in particular. It cannot support general and flexible data operation but can
operate and process in response that meets to the severe real-time process.
In general, the physical database is treated as physical tables assembled as shown in Fig. 4.

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Physical
Table
0
j

Fig. 4 Outline of Physical Tables

Thus, a schema is needed to define each trees form and so on. This is a schema per physical table.
3.7

Minimum Configuration Data File

The minimum configuration data file is the office data in the system file that the minimum hardware to
activate the system setup. It can be modified by online command, but it cannot be deleted.
The hardware devices set up in the minimum configuration data file are shown in the table below.
Table 1 Hardware Devices Set up in Minimum Configuration Data File

Device Name

Logical Device Name

CP

cp00 (OMP), cp01 (CLP), cp02 (CLP)

COC

coc0, coc1

SCC

scc0, scc1

DAT

dat05, dat15

DK

dk00, dk10

DK partition

dk000/dk100, dk001/dk101, dk002/dk102

RS

rs00, rs10

LAN

lan0, lan1

HUBM

hub00, hub10

MCLK

mclk0, mclk1

MIF

mif0, mif1

SVC

svc0, svc1

BLSC

blsc000, blsc100

LSW

atm0, atm1

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Office Data

Online Office Data File

(1) Office data


The data which is used in switching process are the data of networks with other offices, the
data of office facility, and the data of system parameter set up to the RNC in advance. These
data are the office data, and it is saved on the database in the RNC. The office data is set up
so that the program of the RNC can work correctly with the different hardware
configuration of each office. There are two main contents of office data as shown below.

Data of office facility


Office data must be modified when hardware is added or deleted.

Data of networks with other offices


The data is set up for the communication links with other offices when trunks or other
equipment for networks are added or deleted.

(2) Modifying office data


When a new office opens, all office data is set up in advance and the operation of RNC
starts. However, facilities of own office or network conditions with other offices are
changed while the office is operated for a long time. In these cases, the existing office data
must be modified to fit the office conditions in each office.
(3) Point of modifying office data
When office data is needed to modify, it is modified with the condition. The following are
the points of modifying office data.

Modification of office facility

When hardware is added or deleted

Modification of network with other offices

When an associated office is added or deleted

When an associated office adds or deletes trunks

When trunks are added or deleted in own office

When signaling links are added/deleted in/from the existing common channel
signaling networks

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Office Data

Network Interface

Fig. 5 shows the W-CDMA network configuration.

UTRAN
Iub
Uu

RNS

Node B

RNC

UE

CN

Iu
MSC
/VLR

GMSC

PSTN
ISDN

GGSN

Internet

Node B

USIM
Cu

Iur

HLR

ME
Node B
RNC
Node B

SGSN

RNS

CN
GGSN
GMSC
HLR
ISDN
ME
MSC
PSTN
RNC
RNS
Node B
SGSN
UE
USIM
UTRAN
VLR

Core Network
Gateway GPRS Support Node
Gateway Mobile-services Swtiching Center
Home Location Register
Integrated Services Digital Network
Mobile Equipment
Mobile-services Switching Center
Public Switched Telephone Network
Radio Network Controller
Radio Network Subsystem
Node B
Serving GPRS Support Node
User Epuipment
UMTS Subscriber Identity Module
UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network
Visitor Location Register

GPRS
UMTS

General Packet Radio Service


Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service

Interface
Cu
Iu
Iub
Iur
Uu

Connects USIM and ME


Connects RNC and CN
Connects Node-B and RNC
Connects RNCs
Connects UE and Node-B by radio

Fig. 5 Network Configuration

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Office Data

System Configuration

Figs. 6 and 7 show the RNC system configurations.

LSM
A
T
M
S
W

CLKD
from/to
CN/RNC

156M

from/to
Node B

156M

TINF
TINF

D-CMPM
E1

DTI

E1
from/to
Node B

CMP

DTI

CMP

C
M
U
X
E

TINF

C
M
U
X

TINF

GTPM
TINF

G
M
U
X

TINF

TINF

C
M
U
X
E

HUBIU

PRM
PRLC
HUBIU

C-CMPM
E1

DTI

CMP

HUBIU

SIGM

MHM
MHC

HUBIU

DHTM
DHT

DHT

TINF

C
M
U
X

TINF

C
M
U
X
E

C
M
U
X

C
M
U
X
E

TINF

ANC / GIC
/ MFG
HUBIU

M2CM
M2C

M2C

HUB

CLK

OMP

SVC

COC

RMP

CLP

SCC

MIF

LMT-RNC

DK

DAT

CCPM

Fig. 6 System Configuration of RNC

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LSM
A
T
M
S
W

CLKD
from/to
CN/RNC

156M

TINF

TINF
TINF

DTIM
156M

from/to
Node B

GTPM
G
M
U
X

MDTI

HUBIU

C
M
U
X

TINF
TINF

WCMP

C
M
U
X
E

HUBIU

PRM
PRLC/
HSPRLC
HUBIU

HSDST

WCMP

SIGM

MHM
MHC
HUBIU

DHTM
DHT

DHT

TINF

C
M
U
X

TINF

C
M
U
X
E

C
M
U
X

C
M
U
X
E

TINF

ANC / GIC
/ MFG
HUBIU

M2CM
M2C

M2C

HUB

CLK

OMP

SVC

COC

RMP

CLP

SCC

MIF

LMT-RNC

DK

DAT

CCPM

Fig. 7 System Configuration of RNC with WCMP and MDTI

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Table 2 RNC System Configuration (1/3)

Abbrev.

Meaning

Function

CCPM

Central Control Processor Module

Processor Module

OMP

Operation & Maintenance Processor

Performs system management

CLP

Call Processor

Performs call processing

RMP

Resource Management Processor

Performs system resource management

COC

Communication Controller

Provides interface to operation terminal

SVC

Supervisory Controller

Monitors system troubles

MIF

Maintenance Interface

Provides interface to alarm indicator

CLK

Clock

Generates system clock

SCC

SCSI Controller

Provides interface to DAT or Disk (DK)

DAT

Digital Audio Tape

Saves data

DK

Disk

Saves data

LMT-RNC

Local Maintenance Terminal for Radio


Network Controller

Inputs/modifies data in database and


provides system administration interface

LSM

Line Switch Module

Line Switch Module

ATM SW

Asynchronous Transfer Mode Switch

Performs ATM switching

TINF

Trunk Interface

Provides interface for CN, Node-B and


Trunk Module

CLKD

Clock Distributor

Distributes the system clock to ATM SW

WCMP

Wideband Composite

Assembles/disassembles composite cells

HSDST

High-speed Downlink Shared Channel


Trunk

Enables High-speed Downlink Packet


Access (HSDPA) function on 3GPP

CMPM

Composite/De-composite Module

Trunk Module

CMUX

Cell Multiplexer

Provides interface between ATM SW and


CMP

CMUXE

Cell Multiplexer Extension

Provides interface between ATM SW and


CMP

CMP

Composite/De-composite

Assembles/disassembles composite cells

DTI

Digital Transmission Interface

Terminates E1 line

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Abbrev.

Meaning

Function

HUBIU

HUB Interface Unit

Terminates HUB link

DHTM

Diversity Handover Trunk Module

Trunk Module

DHT

Diversity Handover Trunk

Provides diversity handover function

CMUXE

Cell Multiplexer Extension

Provides interface between ATM SW and


DHT

DTIM

Digital Transmission Interface


Module

Trunk Module

CMUX

Cell Multiplexer

Provides interface between ATM SW and


MDTI

HUBIU

HUB Interface Unit

Terminates HUB link

MDTI

Multiple Digital Transmission Interface

Terminates STM-1 line

GTPM

GPRM Tunneling Protocol Module

Trunk Module

GMUX

GTP Packet Multiplexer

Provides GPRS tunneling protocol for


packet data

HUBIU

HUB Interface Unit

Terminates HUB link

M2CM

Mobile Layer-2 Control Module

Trunk Module

M2C

Mobile Layer-2 Controller

Terminates C-Plane data

CMUXE

Cell Multiplexer Extension

Provides interface between ATM SW and


M2C

MHM

MAC header Handling Module

Trunk Module

MHC

MAC header Handling Controller

Provides MAC (Medium Access Control)


function inside RNC

CMUX

Cell Multiplexer

Provides interface between ATM SW and


MHC

HUBIU

HUB Interface Unit

Terminates HUB link

PRM

Packet Radio Link Controller


Module

Trunk Module

PRLC

Packet Radio Link Controller

Terminates Layer 2 protocol packet data

HSPRLC

High-speed Packet Radio Link


Controller

Terminates Layer 2 protocol packet data at


high speed

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Table 2 RNC System Configuration (3/3)

Abbrev.

Meaning

Function

CMUXE

Cell Multiplexer Extension

Provides interface between ATM SW and


PRLC

HUBIU

HUB Interface Unit

Terminates HUB link

SIGM

Signaling Module

Trunk Module

ANC

ATM Adaptation Layer Controller

Terminates signaling data from CN and


Node-B

GIC

General purpose Interface Card

Terminates the AAL5/ATM layer of the


Iu-Broadcast Center (BC) interface

MFG

Multi-frame Generator

Generates multi-frame signal to send on


radio

CMUX

Cell Multiplexer

Provides interface between ATM SW and


ANC

HUBIU

HUB Interface Unit

Terminates HUB link

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COMMAND INPUT PROCEDURE

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Office Data Command Input Procedure


1.

Outline

The office data command input procedure for the RNC and the Node B addition/removal procedure are
described below. These procedures are described on premise that commands are input via the Local
Maintenance Terminal for Radio Network Controller (LMT-RNC).
The following shows each general flow for RNC system installation, Node B addition and removal.

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1.1.1

Office Data Command Input Procedure

RNC System Installation


System Installation of RNC

Fig. 1 shows a flow chart to install a new RNC system.

START

Set IP Address

Create SP System
Device

See "2. Command Input Procedure".


- CMUX/GMUX Device (MSWC, CMPC, NBSC, GMUX, PSWC)
- GMUX-specific information settings (cre gmrp command)
- TINF Device (TIFD, TIFS)
- TINF-Subordinate ATM Line Device (AO3D, AO3S, AC1D, AO1D, AO1S)
- CMUX-Subordinate Trunk Device (MHC, DHT, CMP, N1CMP, ANC,
MFG, M2C, PRLC)
*:Specify node number for BASIC device inside the same CMUX group.
For EXTEND device, specification of node number is unnecessary.
*:Create required amount of GMUX devices in advance, then create PRLC
device.
(Limitation for command input exists.)

Activate (INS) SP
System Device

Using ulock/ins eqp commands, activate the SP system device in the system.
For devices in master-slave relationship, activate (INS) the device in higher
class first, before creating the subordinate.
(e.g. TIFD/TIFS and AO3D/AO3S, NBSC and ANC etc.)

Set Own (home)


RNC Information

Using cre rnc command, set RNC information of own node.


(Customize information for each node)

Set SS7 Related


Information

Set Node B related


Information

Create TINF Device


Line

Own node point code setting (cre osp command)


MTP level 2/3 related data setting (cre n7l2a/n7l3a commands)
Link group setting (cre lgn command)
Signaling route setting (cre n7rt command)
SCCP management termination office setting (cre n7dpc command)
Using cre rbc/ cre sccsr/ cre ifmrms/ cre olpc/ cre phccp commands,
set Node B related information.
Set line information for TINF line device (AO3D/AO3S/AC1D) (cre cnr/
ublk cbia commands)
For line types, specify the following:
AO3D/AO3S : for STM-1 Euro-specification (single/ dual mode) and
AC1D
: for C1HW line device.

Fig. 1 System Installation Procedure (1/3)

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Create Node B

Create DTI-CMP
Line

Using cre nb command, set information for Node B to be installed


in this RNC.

Set DTI line information for Node B. (cre dclr/ ublk dclb)

Set CMP Resource

Set resource information for CMP/N1CMP device. (cre cmpr command)

Set ATM Line


Information

Set information for vpci/vpi/vci/vpci bandwidth etc. of ATM lines directed


to an associated node. (cre acr command)

Register SS7 Link

Create PVC Path


Information

Register Emergency
Link

Register VCC for


Packet

Set path connection


between OMC and
Node B

Set SS7 link with higher class node

Set PVC path for N1CMP device. (cre cmpvc command)


Set PVC path related to NBAP/ALCAP for lub. (cre eqplnk command)
Set PVC path related to Node Synchronization for lub. (cre eqplnk
command)
Using cre emlnk command, register emergency link for Node B.

Register virtual channel connection for packet call. (cre pkt command)

Set PVC path for OMC to perform operation and maintenance


control on Node B.

Fig. 1 System Installation Procedure (2/3)

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Register Cell
Related Information

Register Node B cell reltaed information setting.


(cre cell iub/ cre cell adc/ cre cell cctl/ cre cell aci/ cre cell gc commands)

Set Common
Channel for Node B

Register up/down link common channel directed to Node B.

Register Cell Reselection Control

Register Buffer
Utilization Measurement
Information

Register Downlink
Power Balancing
Information

Using cre cell rslc, register cell re-selection control.

Using cre bumi command, register buffer utilization maeasurement


information.

Using cre dlpb command, register downlink power balancing


information.

Register IMSI Based


Handover Control
Information

Using cre ibhc command, register IMSI based handover control


information.

Activate Information
of Registered Cell

Using act cell command, activate the registered cell information.

Set Information for


Reference Clock

Using cre rfclk command, register route for reference clock.

Establish SS7 Link

Using str slk command, establish SS7 link.

END

Fig. 1 System Installation of RNC (3/3)

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Office Data Command Input Procedure

System Installation of RNC with WCMP and MDTI

Fig. 2 shows a flow chart to install a new RNC system.

START

Set IP Address

Create SP System
Device

See "2. Command Input Procedure".


- CMUX/GMUX Device (MSWC, CMPC, NBSC, GMUX, PSWC, ASSC, DTSC)
- GMUX-specific information settings (cre gmrp command)
- TINF Device (TIFD, TIFS)
- TINF-Subordinate ATM Line Device (AO3D, AO3S, AC1D, AO1D, AO1S)
- CMUX-Subordinate Trunk Device (MHC, DHT, CMP, N1CMP, ANC,
MFG, M2C, PRLC, WCMP, MDTI, HSDST, HSPRLC)
*:Specify node number for BASIC device inside the same CMUX group.
For EXTEND device, specification of node number is unnecessary.
*:Create required amount of GMUX devices in advance, then create PRLC
device.
(Limitation for command input exists.)

Activate (INS) SP
System Device

Using ulock/ins eqp commands, activate the SP system device in the system.
For devices in master-slave relationship, activate (INS) the device in higher
class first, before creating the subordinate.
(e.g. TIFD/TIFS and AO3D/AO3S, NBSC and ANC etc.)

Set Own (home)


RNC Information

Using cre rnc command, set RNC information of own node.


(Customize information for each node)

Set SS7 Related


Information

Set Node B related


Information

Create TINF Device


Line

Own node point code setting (cre osp command)


MTP level 2/3 related data setting (cre n7l2a/n7l3a commands)
Link group setting (cre lgn command)
Signaling route setting (cre n7rt command)
SCCP management termination office setting (cre n7dpc command)
Using cre rbc/ cre sccsr/ cre ifmrms/ cre olpc/ cre phccp commands,
set Node B related information.
Set line information for TINF line device (AO3D/AO3S/AC1D) (cre cnr/
ublk cbia commands)
For line types, specify the following:
AO3D/AO3S : for STM-1 Euro-specification (single/ dual mode) and
AC1D
: for C1HW line device.

Fig. 2 System Installation of RNC with WCMP and MDTI (1/3)

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Create MDTI Line


Information

Set MDTI Line Information. (cre mdtil command)


Set IMA group information for MDTI. (cre mimag command)

Create Node B

Using cre nb command, set information for Node B to be installed


in this RNC.

Create DTI-CMP
Line

Set DTI line information for Node B. (cre dclr/ ublk dclb commands)

Set CMP Resource

Set ATM Line


Information

Set resource information for CMP/N1CMP/WCMP device. (cre cmpr command)

Set information for vpci/vpi/vci/vpci bandwidth etc. of ATM lines directed


to an associated node. (cre acr command)

Set MDTI Resource

Set resource information for MDTI device. (cre mali command)

Register SS7 Link

Set SS7 link with higher class node

Create PVC Path


Information

Set PVC path for WCMPD/WCMPS device. (cre cmpvc command)


Set PVC path related to NBAP/ALCAP for lub. (cre eqplnk command)
Set PVC path related to Node Synchronization for lub. (cre eqplnk
command)

Register Emergency
Link

Using cre emlnk command, register emergency link for Node B.

Modify UMTS QoS to


DSCP Mapping

Using mod uqcdm command, modify UMTS QoS to DSCP mapping.

Fig. 2 System Installation of RNC with WCMP and MDTI (2/3)

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Register VCC for


Packet

Register virtual channel connection for packet call. (cre pkt command)

Set path connection


between OMC and
Node B

Set PVC path for OMC to perform operation and maintenance


control on Node B.

Register Cell
Related Information

Register Node B cell reltaed information setting.


(cre cell iub/ cre cell adc/ cre cell cctl/ cre cell aci/ cre cell gc commands)

Set Common
Channel for Node B

Register up/down link common channel directed to Node B.

Register Cell Reselection Control


Register Buffer
Utilization Measurement
Information
Register
HSDPA related
Information
Register Downlink
Power Balancing
Information

Using cre cell rslc, register cell re-selection control.

Using cre bumi command, register buffer utilization maeasurement


information.

Using cre hsdpa command and cre hsrrm command,


register HSDPA related information.

Using cre dlpb command, register downlink power balancing


information.

Register IMSI Based


Handover Control
Information

Using cre ibhc command, register IMSI based handover control


information.

Activate Information
of Registered Cell

Using act cell command, activate the registered cell information.

Set Information for


Reference Clock

Using cre rfclk command, register route for reference clock.

Establish SS7 Link

Using str slk command, establish SS7 link.

END

Fig. 2 System Installation of RNC with WCMP and MDTI (3/3)

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Office Data Command Input Procedure

Node B Addition

Fig. 3 shows a flow chart to add a new Node B.

Start

Addition of a Node B

Setting of CMP
resource
Setting of ATM line
information
Setting of PVC path
information
Setting of cell-related
information
Setting of common
channel for Node B

End

Fig. 3 Node B Addition Procedure

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Office Data Command Input Procedure

Node B Removal

Fig. 4 shows a flow chart to delete a Node B.

Start

Deletion of
common channel for
Node B
Deletion of
cell-related
information
Deletion of
PVC path
information
Deletion of
CMP resource
Deletion of ATM
line information
Removal of
a Node B

End

Fig. 4 Node B Removal Procedure

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2.

Office Data On-line Command Input Procedure

2.1

RNC System Installation Procedure

2.1.1

System Installation of RNC

STEP

ACTION/REMARKS

Set IP addresses.
1-1 Set each IP address for RNC and OMC.
Use the cre inet command.
1-2 Enable the registered network information.
Use the comm inet command.

Create SP system devices.


2-1 Register SP system controllers in order of nbsc, mswc, cmpc, gmux.
Use the cre eqp command.
2-2 Register GMUX-related information.
Use the cre gmrp command.
2-3 Register subordinate SP devices in order of pswc, tifd, tifs, ac1d, ao3d, ao3s, mhc,
dht, cmp, n1cmp, anc, mfg, m2c.
Use the cre eqp command.

Activate SP system devices.


Use the ulock eqp command.

Set own RNC information.


Use the cre rnc command.

Set SS7-related information.


5-1 Register own node information.
Use the cre osp command.
5-2 Register SS7 level 2 or level 3 information.
Use the cre n7l2a or cre n7l3a command.

5-3
5-4
5-5

Note: Skip this sub-step if appropriate values are already set in software option
setting data.
Register SS7 signaling link group.
Use the cre lgn command.
Register SS7 signaling route.
Use the cre n7rt command.
Register SCCP management destination data.
Use the cre n7dpc command.

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Set Node-B-related information.


6-1 Register radio bearer control information.
Use the cre rbc command.
6-2 Register synchronization configuration for cell setup request.
Use the cre sccsr command.
6-3 Register the report mode system information of the measurement in the same
frequency.
Use the cre ifmrms command.
6-4 Register inter system hard handover control commands.
Use the cre ishc command.
6-5 Register outer loop power control information commands.
Use the cre olpc command.
6-6 Register PDCH header compression configuration parameters.
Use the cre phccp command.
6-7 Register dedicated measurement infromation commands.
Use the cre dmi bra command.

Create TINF line.


7-1 Register line numbers for tifd, tifs, and then c1hw.
Use the cre cnr command.
7-2 Unblock the tifd and tifs lines.
Use the ublk cbia command.

Create Node B.
Use the cre nb command.

Create DTI-CMP line for Node B.


9-1 Register the line for Node B.
Use the cre dclr command.
9-2 Unblock the line for Node B.
Use the ublk dclb command.

10

Set CMP resource for Node B.


Use the cre cmpr command.

11

Set ATM line.


11-1 Register ATM line information.
Use the cre acr command.
11-2 Register prlc.
Use the cre eqp command.

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12

Register SS7 link.


Use the cre slk command.

13

Create PVC path information for n1cmp.


Use the cre cmpvc command.

14

Register an emergency link.


14-1 Register a link for Node B in order of signaling link, synchronization link.
Use the cre eqplnk command.
14-2 Register the emergency link.
Use the cre emlnk command.
14-3 Modify registered ANC device control information.
Use the mod eqpanc command.
Note: Skip this sub-step if appropriate values are already set in software option
setting data.

15

Register VCC for packet.


Use the cre pkt command.

16

Register cross-connect for direct CMP and ATM switch to set path connection between
Radio Commander and Node B.
Use the cre dacon command.

17

Set cell-related information in order of iub, adc, cctl, aci, gc.


Use the cre cell command.

18

Set common channels for Node B.


18-1 Register an uplink common channel.
Use the cre ulcc command.
18-2 Register a downlink common channel.
Use the cre dlcc command.

19

Register the cell re-selection control information.


Use the cre cell rslc command.

20

Register the buffer utilization measurement information.


Use the cre bumi command.

21

Register downlink power balancing information.


Use the cre dlpb command.

22

Register IMSI based handover control information.


Use the cre ibhc command.

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23

Activate the registered cell information.


Use the act cell command.

24

Set reference clock information.


Use the reg rfclk command.

25

Establish SS7 link.


Use the str slk command.

2.1.2

System Installation of RNC with WCMP and MDTI

STEP

ACTION/REMARKS

Set IP addresses.
1-1 Set each IP address for RNC and OMC.
Use the cre inet command.
1-2 Enable the registered network information.
Use the comm inet command.

Create SP system devices.


2-1 Register SP system controllers in order of nbsc, mswc, cmpc, gmux, dtsc.
Use the cre eqp command.
2-2 Register GMUX-related information.
Use the cre gmrp command.
2-3 Register subordinate SP devices in order of pswc, tifd, tifs, ac1d, ao3d, ao3s, mhc,
dht, cmp, n1cmp, anc, mfg, m2c, wcmpd, wcmps, mdti, hsdps, hprlc.
Use the cre eqp command.

Activate SP system devices.


Use the ulock eqp command.

Set own RNC information.


Use the cre rnc command.

Set SS7-related information.


5-1 Register own node information.
Use the cre osp command.
5-2 Register SS7 level 2 or level 3 information.
Use the cre n7l2a or cre n7l3a command.

5-3

Note: Skip this sub-step if appropriate values are already set in software option
setting data.
Register SS7 signaling link group.
Use the cre lgn command.

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5-5

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Register SS7 signaling route.


Use the cre n7rt command.
Register SCCP management destination data.
Use the cre n7dpc command.

Set Node-B-related information.


6-1 Register radio bearer control information.
Use the cre rbc command.
6-2 Register synchronization configuration for cell setup request.
Use the cre sccsr command.
6-3 Register the report mode system information of the measurement in the same
frequency.
Use the cre ifmrms command.
6-4 Register inter system hard handover control commands.
Use the cre ishc command.
6-5 Register outer loop power control information commands.
Use the cre olpc command.
6-6 Register PDCH header compression configuration parameters.
Use the cre phccp command.
6-7 Register dedicated measurement infromation commands.
Use the cre dmi bra command.

Create TINF line.


7-1 Register line numbers for tifd, tifs, and then c1hw.
Use the cre cnr command.
7-2 Unblock the tifd and tifs lines.
Use the ublk cbia command.

Set MDTI line.


8-1 Register MDTI line information.
Use the cre mdtil command.
8-2 Register IMA group information for MDTI.
Use the cre mimag command.

Create Node B.
Use the cre nb command.

10

Create DTI-CMP line for Node B.


10-1 Register the line for Node B.
Use the cre dclr command.
10-2 Unblock the line for Node B.

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Use the ublk dclb command.


11

Set CMP resource for Node B.


Use the cre cmpr command.

12

Set ATM line.


12-1 Register ATM line information.
Use the cre acr command.
12-2 Register prlc.
Use the cre eqp command.

13

Set MDTI resource for Node B.


Use the cre mali command.

14

Register SS7 link.


Use the cre slk command.

15

Create PVC path information for n1cmp.


Use the cre cmpvc command.

16

Register an emergency link.


16-1 Register a link for Node B in order of signaling link, synchronization link.
Use the cre eqplnk command.
16-2 Register the emergency link.
Use the cre emlnk command.
16-3 Modify registered ANC device control information.
Use the mod eqpanc command.
Note: Skip this sub-step if appropriate values are already set in software option
setting data.

17

Modify UMTS QoS to DSCP mapping.


Use the mod uqcdm command.

18

Register VCC for packet.


Use the cre pkt command.

19

Register cross-connect for direct CMP and ATM switch to set path connection between
Radio Commander and Node B.
Use the cre dacon command.

20

Set cell-related information in order of iub, adc, cctl, aci, gc.


Use the cre cell command.

21

Set common channels for Node B.

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21-1 Register an uplink common channel.


Use the cre ulcc command.
21-2 Register a downlink common channel.
Use the cre dlcc command.
22

Register the cell re-selection control information.


Use the cre cell rslc command.

23

Register the buffer utilization measurement information.


Use the cre bumi command.

24

Set HSDPA-related data.


24-1 Register a high-speed downlink packet access channel.
Use the cre hsdpa command.
24-2 Register HS-DSCH radio management information.
Use the cre hsrrm command.

25

Register downlink power balancing information.


Use the cre dlpb command.

26

Register IMSI based handover control information.


Use the cre ibhc command.

27

Activate the registered cell information.


Use the act cell command.

28

Set reference clock information.


Use the reg rfclk command.

29

Establish SS7 link.


Use the str slk command.

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2.2

Office Data Command Input Procedure

Node B Addition Procedure

STEP

ACTION/REMARKS

Add Node B.
Use the cre nb command.

Set CMP resource.


Use the cre cmpr command.

Set ATM line.


Use the cre acr command.

Set PVC path information.


4-1 Register a link for Node B in order of signaling link, synchronization link.
Use the cre eqplnk command.
4-2 Modify registered ANC device control information.
Use the mod eqpanc command.

Set cell-related information in order of iub, adc, aci.


Use the cre cell command.

Set common channels for Node B.


6-1 Register an uplink common channel.
Use the cre ulcc command.
6-2 Register a downlink common channel.
Use the cre dlcc command.

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2.3

Office Data Command Input Procedure

Node B Removal Procedure

STEP

ACTION/REMARKS

Delete common channels for Node B.


1-1 Delete an uplink common channel.
Use the del ulcc command.
1-2 Delete a downlink common channel.
Use the del dlcc command.

Delete cell-related information in order of iub, adc, aci.


Use the del cell command.

Set PVC path information.


Use the del eqplnk command.

Delete CMP resource.


Use the del cmpr command.

Delete ATM line.


Use the del acr command.

Delete Node B.
Use the del nb command.
Note:

Be sure to delete the information corresponding to eqplnk, cmpr, acr commands


before removing the Node B, otherwise nb/cell/dlcc/ulcc commands cannot later
input in case of later adding another Node B.

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