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ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Integration Manual
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ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Integration Manual
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ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Integration Manual
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Chapter Description Introduction to RNC System Integration 1 Introduction to RNC system integration 2 NodeB Integration
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Introduction to RNC System
Integration
1
Introduction to RNC system integration
2
NodeB Integration
Description of NodeB integration
3
Iu-CS Integration
Description of Iu-CS integration
4
Iu-PS Integration
Description of Iu-PS integration
5
Iur Integration
Description of Iur integration
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  • 1 Introduction to RNC System Integration......................................................................1

    • 1.1 Scope of Application.....................................................................................................1

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  • 1.2 Acronyms and Abbreviations.........................................................................................1

  • 1.3 RNC External Interfaces...............................................................................................3

1.3 RNC External Interfaces...............................................................................................3
  • 1.4 Classification of Transmission Bearer Modes of RNC External Interfaces....................4

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  • 1.5 Structure of RNC External Interface Protocol Stack......................................................5

  • 1.6 Principles for RNC Integration.......................................................................................5

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  • 1.7 Preparation for RNC Integration....................................................................................6

    • 1.7.1 Check of Hardware...............................................................................................6

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  • 1.7.2 Check of Data Configuration................................................................................6

    • 1.8 Parameter Conversion Related with RNC Integration...................................................6

      • 1.8.1 SPC Conversion...................................................................................................6

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  • 1.8.2 ATM Address Conversion.....................................................................................7

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  • 1.8.3 PVC Bandwidth Unit Conversion..........................................................................8

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  • 2 NodeB Integration..........................................................................................................9

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  • 2.1 ATM over E1.................................................................................................................9

    • 2.1.1 Description of Integration Parameters for Iub Transmission.................................9

  • 2.1.2 Iub Integration Description..................................................................................10

2.1.2 Iub Integration Description..................................................................................10 2.1.3 Physical Layer....................................................................................................10 2.1.4 IMA Layer...........................................................................................................11 2.1.5 ATM Layer..........................................................................................................13 2.1.6 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................15
  • 2.1.3 Physical Layer....................................................................................................10

  • 2.1.4 IMA Layer...........................................................................................................11

2.1.4 IMA Layer...........................................................................................................11
  • 2.1.5 ATM Layer..........................................................................................................13

  • 2.1.6 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................15

2.1.6 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................15
  • 2.2 ATM over STM-1.........................................................................................................18

    • 2.2.1 Iub Interface Integration Parameters..................................................................18

    • 2.2.2 Iub Integration Description..................................................................................19

    • 2.2.3 Physical Layer....................................................................................................19

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  • 2.2.4 ATM Layer..........................................................................................................20

  • 2.2.5 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................21

2.3

2.3.1

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2.3.2

ATM over CSTM-1......................................................................................................21

Iub Integration Parameters.................................................................................21

Iub Integration Description..................................................................................21

2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 2.3.6 2.4 2.4.1
2.3.3
2.3.4
2.3.5
2.3.6
2.4
2.4.1

Physical Layer....................................................................................................22

IMA Layer...........................................................................................................23

ATM Layer..........................................................................................................24

NBAP Layer........................................................................................................24

IP over E1...................................................................................................................25

Iub Interface Integration Parameters..................................................................25

2.4.2

Iub Integration Description..................................................................................26

2.4.3

2.4.4

Physical Layer....................................................................................................26

HDLC Layer........................................................................................................27

2.4.5

2.4.6

2.4.7

2.4.8

PPP Layer..........................................................................................................27

IP Layer..............................................................................................................28

SCTP Layer........................................................................................................29

OMCB................................................................................................................30

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ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.9 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................30 2.5 IP over FE...................................................................................................................30 2.5.1

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  • 2.4.9 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................30

    • 2.5 IP over FE...................................................................................................................30

      • 2.5.1 Iub Interface Integration Parameters..................................................................30

      • 2.5.2 Iub Integration Description..................................................................................31

      • 2.5.3 Physical Layer....................................................................................................31

      • 2.5.4 IP Layer..............................................................................................................33

      • 2.5.5 SCTP Layer........................................................................................................33

      • 2.5.6 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................33

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.9 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................30 2.5 IP over FE...................................................................................................................30 2.5.1
  • 2.6 ATM and IP Mixed Transmission................................................................................34

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.9 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................30 2.5 IP over FE...................................................................................................................30 2.5.1
  • 3 Iu-CS Integration..........................................................................................................35

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.9 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................30 2.5 IP over FE...................................................................................................................30 2.5.1
  • 3.1 ATM Mode..................................................................................................................35

    • 3.1.1 Description of Iu-CS Integration Parameters (E1)...............................................35

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.9 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................30 2.5 IP over FE...................................................................................................................30 2.5.1
  • 3.1.2 Description of Iu-CS Integration Parameters (STM-1)........................................36

  • 3.1.3 Description of Iu-CS Integration..........................................................................37

  • 3.1.4 Physical Layer....................................................................................................37

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.9 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................30 2.5 IP over FE...................................................................................................................30 2.5.1
  • 3.1.5 IMA Layer...........................................................................................................39

  • 3.1.6 ATM Layer..........................................................................................................39

3.1.6 ATM Layer..........................................................................................................39
3.1.6 ATM Layer..........................................................................................................39
  • 3.1.7 MTP3B Layer.....................................................................................................41

  • 3.1.8 SCCP Layer and RANAP Layer.........................................................................44

  • 3.2.1 Description of Iu-CS Integration Parameters......................................................45

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.9 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................30 2.5 IP over FE...................................................................................................................30 2.5.1
  • 3.2.2 Description of Iu-CS Integration..........................................................................46

    • 3.2 IP Mode......................................................................................................................45

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.9 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................30 2.5 IP over FE...................................................................................................................30 2.5.1
  • 3.2.3 Physical Layer....................................................................................................46

  • 3.2.4 IP Layer..............................................................................................................48

3.2.3 Physical Layer....................................................................................................46 3.2.4 IP Layer..............................................................................................................48 3.2.5 SCTP Layer........................................................................................................49 3.2.6 M3UA Layer.......................................................................................................50 3.2.7 SCCP Layer and
  • 3.2.5 SCTP Layer........................................................................................................49

  • 3.2.6 M3UA Layer.......................................................................................................50

3.2.6 M3UA Layer.......................................................................................................50
  • 3.2.7 SCCP Layer and RANAP Layer.........................................................................52

3.2.6 M3UA Layer.......................................................................................................50 3.2.7 SCCP Layer and RANAP Layer.........................................................................52
  • 4 Iu-PS Integration..........................................................................................................53

    • 4.1 ATM Mode..................................................................................................................53

4.1.1

4.1.2

4.1.3

4.1.4

4.1.5

Description of Iu-PS Integration Parameters (E1)...............................................53

Description of Iu-PS Integration Parameters (STM-1)........................................54

Description of Iu-PS Integration..........................................................................55

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.9 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................30 2.5 IP over FE...................................................................................................................30 2.5.1

Physical Layer....................................................................................................55

IMA Layer...........................................................................................................55

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.9 NBAP Layer........................................................................................................30 2.5 IP over FE...................................................................................................................30 2.5.1

ATM Layer..........................................................................................................55

MTP3B Layer.....................................................................................................55

SCCP Layer and RANAP Layer.........................................................................55

4.1.6

4.1.7

4.1.8 4.1.9 4.2 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3
4.1.8
4.1.9
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3

GTP-U Layer......................................................................................................55

IP Mode......................................................................................................................56

Description of Iu-PS Integration Parameters......................................................56

Description of Iu-PS Integration..........................................................................58

Physical Layer....................................................................................................58

4.2.4

IP Layer..............................................................................................................60

4.2.5

SCTP Layer........................................................................................................61

4.2.6

4.2.7

M3UA Layer.......................................................................................................61

SCCP Layer and RANAP Layer.........................................................................61

  • 5 Iur Integration...............................................................................................................63

    • 5.1 ATM Mode..................................................................................................................63

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 5.1.1 Description of Iur Integration Parameters...........................................................63 5.1.2 Description

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  • 5.1.1 Description of Iur Integration Parameters...........................................................63

  • 5.1.2 Description of Iur Integration..............................................................................64

  • 5.1.3 Physical Layer....................................................................................................64

  • 5.1.4 ATM Layer..........................................................................................................64

  • 5.1.5 MTP3B Layer.....................................................................................................64

  • 5.1.6 SCCP Layer and RNSAP Layer.........................................................................64

    • 5.2 IP Mode......................................................................................................................65

      • 5.2.1 Description of Iur Integration Parameters...........................................................65

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 5.1.1 Description of Iur Integration Parameters...........................................................63 5.1.2 Description
  • 5.2.2 Description of Iur Integration..............................................................................66

  • 5.2.3 Physical Layer....................................................................................................66

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 5.1.1 Description of Iur Integration Parameters...........................................................63 5.1.2 Description
  • 5.2.4 IP Layer..............................................................................................................66

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 5.1.1 Description of Iur Integration Parameters...........................................................63 5.1.2 Description
  • 5.2.5 SCTP Layer........................................................................................................66

  • 5.2.6 M3UA Layer.......................................................................................................66

5.2.6 M3UA Layer.......................................................................................................66
  • 5.2.7 SCCP Layer and RNSAP Layer.........................................................................66

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 5.1.1 Description of Iur Integration Parameters...........................................................63 5.1.2 Description
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ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4 Figure 1-2

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Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4

Figure 1-2 Structure of protocol stack............................................................................5

Figure 2-3 E1 subunit status..........................................................................................11

Figure 2-4 E1 status at NodeB side...............................................................................11

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4 Figure 1-2

Figure 2-5 IMA link status..............................................................................................12

Figure 2-6 IMA group status...........................................................................................13

Figure 2-6 IMA group status...........................................................................................13
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4 Figure 1-2

Figure 2-7 PVC status.....................................................................................................14

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4 Figure 1-2

Figure 2-8 AAL2 status...................................................................................................15

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4 Figure 1-2

Figure 2-9 SSCOP keep-active signaling......................................................................15

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4 Figure 1-2

Figure 2-10 NCP and CCP status...................................................................................16

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4 Figure 1-2

Figure 2-11 Cells status..................................................................................................17

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4 Figure 1-2

Figure 2-12 Common transport channels.....................................................................17

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4 Figure 1-2

Figure 2-13 Cell setup standard signaling....................................................................18

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4 Figure 1-2

Figure 2-14 Direct transfer message.............................................................................18

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4 Figure 1-2

Figure 2-15 APBE subunit state.....................................................................................20

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4 Figure 1-2

Figure 2-16 SDTB/SDTA subunit state query................................................................22

Figure 2-17 E1 link status query....................................................................................23

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4 Figure 1-2

Figure 2-18 IMA link status............................................................................................23

Figure 2-19 IMA group status.........................................................................................24

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4 Figure 1-2

Figure 2-20 SDTB/SDTA subunit state..........................................................................26

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces..........................................................4 Figure 1-2

Figure 2-21 E1 link status...............................................................................................27

Figure 2-22 HDLC link status.........................................................................................27

Figure 2-23 Tracing PPP signaling................................................................................28

Figure 2-24 SLA test.......................................................................................................29

Figure 2-25 SCTP status.................................................................................................30

Figure 2-26 Iub Interface Integration Parameters in IP Over FE Mode.......................30

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32 Figure 2-28 Alarm

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Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32

Figure 2-28 Alarm of GIPI external port.........................................................................33

Figure 3-29 E1 subunit state query...............................................................................38

Figure 3-30 APBE subunit state query..........................................................................39

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32 Figure 2-28 Alarm

Figure 3-31 PVC link state..............................................................................................40

Figure 3-32 AAL2 link status query...............................................................................41

Figure 3-32 AAL2 link status query...............................................................................41
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32 Figure 2-28 Alarm

Figure 3-33 SSCOP link signaling tracing.....................................................................41

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32 Figure 2-28 Alarm

Figure 3-34 No. 7 link status..........................................................................................42

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32 Figure 2-28 Alarm

Figure 3-35 Adjacent office signaling point status......................................................43

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32 Figure 2-28 Alarm

Figure 3-36 Office route query.......................................................................................44

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32 Figure 2-28 Alarm

Figure 3-37 Signaling link test result.............................................................................44

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32 Figure 2-28 Alarm

Figure 3-38 SCCP connection establishment messages.............................................45

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32 Figure 2-28 Alarm

Figure 3-39 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................47

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32 Figure 2-28 Alarm

Figure 3-40 Alarm of GIPI external port.........................................................................48

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32 Figure 2-28 Alarm

Figure 3-41 SLA test.......................................................................................................49

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32 Figure 2-28 Alarm

Figure 3-42 SCTP state...................................................................................................50

Figure 3-43 AS and ASP state........................................................................................51

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32 Figure 2-28 Alarm

Figure 3-44 Active route information.............................................................................52

Figure 3-45 SCCP connection establishment...............................................................52

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32 Figure 2-28 Alarm

Figure 4-46 SLA test.......................................................................................................56

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................32 Figure 2-28 Alarm

Figure 4-47 GIPI subunit state.......................................................................................59

Figure 4-48 Alarm of GIPI external port.........................................................................60

Figure 4-49 SLA test.......................................................................................................61

Figure 4-50 SCCP connection establishment...............................................................62

Figure 5-51 SCCP connection establishment...............................................................64

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Table 1-1 Classification of Transmission Bearer Modes of RNC External Interfaces. 4

Table 1-2 The Meaning of Each SSF Value.....................................................................6

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Table 2-3 Description of Integration Parameters for Iub Transmission.......................9

Table 2-4 Iub Integration Parameters in ATM Over STM-1 Bearer Mode....................19

Table 2-4 Iub Integration Parameters in ATM Over STM-1 Bearer Mode....................19
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Table 2-5 Iub Integration Parameters in ATM Over CSTM-1 Bearer Mode..................21

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Table 2-6 Iub Interface Integration Parameters in the IP Over E1 Mode ....................25

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Table 3-7 Description of Iu-CS Integration Parameters (E1)........................................35

Table 3-8 Description of Iu-CS Integration Parameters (STM-1).................................36

Table 3-8 Description of Iu-CS Integration Parameters (STM-1).................................36
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Table 3-9 Iu-CS Integration Parameters........................................................................45

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Table 4-10 Description of Iu-PS Integration Parameters (E1)......................................53

TABLES ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Table 1-1 Classification of Transmission Bearer Modes

Table 4-11 Description of Iu-PS Integration Parameters (STM-1)................................54

TABLES ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Table 1-1 Classification of Transmission Bearer Modes

Table 4-12 Description of Iu-PS Integration Parameters..............................................56

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Table 5-13 Description of Iur Integration Parameters..................................................63

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Table 5-14 Description of Iur Integration Parameters..................................................65

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Introduction

to

Integration

RNC

System

Knowledge

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Understanding the common used WCDMA acronyms and abbreviations.

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Getting to know the interfaces involved in the RNC integration.

Understanding the transmission bearer modes used at different interfaces.

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Getting to know the protocol structure of different interfaces.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 1 Introduction to Integration RNC System  Knowledge
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 1 Introduction to Integration RNC System  Knowledge

Understanding the principles of RNC integration.

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Learning about the preparations for the RNC integration.

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Being familiar with the parameter conversions involved in the RNC integration.

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1.1

Scope of Application

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This manual describes the interfaces involved in RNC integration, and the transmission bearer mode of each interface, the general planning for RNC integration, and the integration of each interface under various transmission bearer modes.

16QAM
16QAM

Acronyms and Abbreviations

16 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation

Adaptive Modulation and Coding

Adaptive Multi Rate

Asynchronous Transfer Mode

1.2

AMC
AMC
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AMR

ATM

CBS

Cell Broadcast Service

CCTrCH Coded Composite Transport Channel

CN Core Network

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CPICH

Common Pilot Channel

CQI Channel Quality Indicator

DPCCH Dedicated Physical Control Channel

DPDCH Dedicated Physical Data Channel

FDDFrequency Division Duplex HARQ Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request HSDPA High Speed Downlink Packet Access HS-DPCCH High
FDDFrequency Division Duplex
HARQ
Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request
HSDPA
High Speed Downlink Packet Access
HS-DPCCH
High Speed-Dedicated Physical Control Channel
HS-DSCH
High Speed-Downlink Shared Channel
HS-PDSCH
High Speed-Physical Downlink Shared Channel
HS-SCCH
High Speed-Shared Control Channel
IR
Incremental Redundancy
OVSF
Orthogonal Variable Spreading Factor
PDU
Protocol Data Unit
QoS
Quality of Service
QPSK
Quadrature Phase Shift Keying
RAB
Radio Access Bearer
RACH
Random Access Channel
RB
Radio Bearer
RNC
Radio Network Controller
RNS
Radio Resource System
RRC
Radio Network Control

RT

Real Time

SIB System Information Block

SIR Signal-to-Interference Ratio

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ SRNC Serving Radio Network Controller STTD Space Time

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SRNC

Serving Radio Network Controller

STTD

Space Time Transmit Diversity

TCP/IP

Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol

TFCI

Transport Format Combination Indicator

TFRC

Transport Format Resource Combination

TFRI

Transport Format and Resource Indicator

TPCTransmit Power Control

TTI Transmission Time Interval

UE

User Equipment

UL

Up Link(Reverse Link)

UMTS

URA

UTRA

UTRAN

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Universal Mobile Telecommunications System

UTRAN Registration Area

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Universal Terrestrial Radio Access

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Universal Terrestrial Radio Access Network

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WCDMA Wideband Code Division Multiple Access

  • 1.3 RNC External Interfaces

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RNC external transmission interfaces are shown in Figure 1 -1.

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Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces

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ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces 1.4 Classification
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces 1.4 Classification
  • 1.4 Classification of Transmission Bearer Modes of RNC External Interfaces

RNC external transmission bearer modes can be divided as described in Table 1 -1.. Table 1-1
RNC external transmission bearer modes can be divided as described in Table 1 -1.. Table 1-1

RNC external transmission bearer modes can be divided as described in Table 1 -1..

Table 1-1 Classification of Transmission Bearer Modes of RNC External Interfaces

RNC external transmission bearer modes can be divided as described in Table 1 -1.. Table 1-1

Type of interface

Interface transmission bearer mode

 

ATM

IP

Iub interface

ATM+IP

IPoverE1

IPoverE1+IP

 

ATM

Iu interface (including CS and

IP

PS)

ATM+IP (ATM bears signaling, IP bears services)

IP+ATM (IP bears signaling, ATM bears services)

Iur interface

ATM

IP

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces 1.4 Classification
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 1-1 RNC external transmission interfaces 1.4 Classification

When the mixed networking method is used at the Iub interface, usually non-real-time

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ data service runs on IP bearer of the

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data service runs on IP bearer of the RNC or NodeB, and real time service, signaling, and OMCB data stream run on ATM or IPoverE1 bearer.

  • 1.5 of

Structure

RNC

External

Interface

Protocol

Stack

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The structure of RNC external interface protocol stack is shown in Figure 1 -2.

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Figure 1-2 Structure of protocol stack

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  • 1.6 Principles for RNC Integration

    • 1. Integrate the control plane first, and then the user plane.

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  • 2. the

Integrate

control plane and

protocol stack.

the user

plane

in

the bottom-up order on the

  • 1.7 Preparation for RNC Integration

    • 1.7.1 Check of Hardware

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  • 1. RNC has been installed and powered on, and is running normally.

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  • 2. RNC has been connected with the interfaces involved in the integration physically.

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  • 3. NodeB has been installed and powered on, and is running normally.

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  • 1.7.2 Check of Data Configuration

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  • 1. Related integration parameters have been obtained and data configuration of RNC has finished.

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with

RNC

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  • 2. Data configuration of NodeB has finished.

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Conversion

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  • 1.8 Parameter Integration

Related

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  • 1.8.1 SPC Conversion SPC provided by the operator is usually in the format: X-Y (X stands for SSF, and Y stands for SPC), and the SPC mode (14 bit or 24 bit) will also be specified. When configure data, we should convert Y into a decimal coding. If the SPC mode is 14 bit, we will convert it into 3-8-3 mode; if it is 24 bit, we will convert it to 8-8-8 mode.

of Yanji

Unicom in Jilin

province, the SPC of

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ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2. the Integrate control plane and protocol stack.

For example: In the RNC integration

Ericsson’s MGW is 3-2052 (14 bit), which means SSF=3, SPC=2052, and the SPC mode is 24 bit.

  • 1. SSF has 2 bits, and its value is between 0-3. The meaning of each value is shown in Table

1 -2.

Table 1-2 The Meaning of Each SSF Value

SSF Value

Stands for

  • 00 International network

  • 01 Spare (for international use only)

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SSF Value

Stands for

 
  • 10 National network

  • 11 Reserved for national use

From the above table, if SSF=3, SPC is reserved for national use.

2. The SPC mode is 14 bit, so it should be converted to 3-8-3 mode. 3.
2.
The SPC mode is 14 bit, so it should be converted to 3-8-3 mode.
3.
SPC=2052, which is a hexadecimal coding. We should convert it to a binary digit
first which is 10000001010010, and then according to the 3-8-3 mode, divide it to
001-00000000-100 (If there are less than three digits at the first part, add 0).
Finally, convert each segment into decimal number; the result is 1.0.4.
1.8.2
ATM Address Conversion
ATM takes the address formats as follows.
The commonly used format is E164 at present.
ZTE’s M31 supports E164 and NSAP formats, and NASP is the default one.
For example:
If the RNC ATM address provided by the operator is in E164 format: 070320000000000,
then we need to convert it to the NSAP format.
The AFI
of
the
E614
format
is
45,
which
is a hexadecimal number.
Put
it before
070320000000000, we can get 45070320000000000. And then divide it at two-digit
interval from left to right. If the last segment has only one digit, put an F at the end, for
example 45.07.03.20.00.00.00.00.0F. Finally, convert each two-digit segment into a
decimal number. The result is the ATM address in NSAP format, which is

69.07.03.32.00.00.00.00.15.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 1.8.3 PVC Bandwidth Unit Conversion Usually the bandwidth

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  • 1.8.3 PVC Bandwidth Unit Conversion Usually the bandwidth unit is

cps

at

the

CN

side,

and

ZTE

uses kpbs

in

data

configuration at the RNC side. The ATM cell has 53 bytes, therefore 1 cps = 1*53*8 bps

= 424 bps = 0.424 Kbps.

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  • 2 NodeB Integration Knowledge

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Understanding the way of integration at the control plane of the Iub interface.

Learning about the integration of the radio cells.

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ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2 NodeB Integration  Knowledge   

Being familiar with the OMCB integration in different bearer mode.

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  • 2.1 ATM over E1

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  • 2.1.1 Description of Integration Parameters for Iub Transmission

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Table 2-3 Description of Integration Parameters for Iub Transmission

RNC Transmi NodeB Protoco Parameter default ssion default l layer value network value Configure E1/T1 resistance
RNC
Transmi
NodeB
Protoco
Parameter
default
ssion
default
l layer
value
network
value
Configure
E1/T1 resistance
via
jumper
Physical
layer
E1/T1 frame format
E1/T1 long and short cables (currently,
RNC supports short cable only)
Scrambling code type of link direction in
IMA link configuration
IMA
Near-end clock sending mode of IMA
Group
CTC
ITC
layer
mode
mode
Tx frame length and Rx frame length of
IMA group
ATM
PVC type (AAL5, AAL2)
PVC
type
PCR
SCR
MBS
CDVT
/service
type
AAL2/
valid
valid
CBR
AAL2/
valid
valid
valid
valid
RTVBR
AAL2/ valid
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RNC Transmi NodeB Protoco Parameter default ssion default l layer value network value UBR AAL5/ valid
RNC
Transmi
NodeB
Protoco
Parameter
default
ssion
default
l layer
value
network
value
UBR
AAL5/
valid
valid
NBAP
CBR
VPI/VCI
PATH ID (valid only for AAL2)
ATM address
Upper-level user type of AAL5
(NCP,CCP, ALCAP)
CCP port No.
NodeB ID
Local cell No.
Tx and Rx frequency points
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  • 2.1.2 Iub Integration Description Follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack to integrate the physical layer, IMA layer, ATM layer and NABP layer in turn.

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subunit,

of E1
of
E1

and

on

query

the

E1

subunit

status

of

the

the

rack figure, select

Show Board

  • 2.1.3 Physical Layer 1.

Check the

status
status

corresponding DTB at the RNC side.

To query

the state, right-click DTB

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC Transmi NodeB Protoco Parameter default ssion default

Properties Pages > Subunit Configuration > Subunit Detail > State

information > State Query.

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If the availability Status and the HW Status are both normal, the subunit status is normal. If they are abnormal, please check whether there’s any problem with the DTB board, whether E1 is connected properly, and whether DIP and jumper are normal.

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ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-3 E1 subunit status Check E1 L1-L32

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Figure 2-3 E1 subunit status

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-3 E1 subunit status Check E1 L1-L32
Check E1 L1-L32 on the DTB panel. If the E1 LED indicators are flashing slowly at
Check E1 L1-L32 on the DTB panel. If the E1 LED indicators are flashing slowly at

Check E1 L1-L32 on the DTB panel. If the E1 LED indicators are flashing slowly at 1 HZ, all the E1 links are normal.

Check the status of all the E1 lines at the NodeB side, and make sure these E1 links have been added to corresponding IMA group in the configuration at the NodeB side and the Status is Normal.

2.

3.
3.
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-3 E1 subunit status Check E1 L1-L32
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-3 E1 subunit status Check E1 L1-L32

Figure 2-4 E1 status at NodeB side

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-3 E1 subunit status Check E1 L1-L32
  • 2.1.4 IMA Layer
    1.

Check the status of the corresponding IMA E1 link in the RNC.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the state, click RNC ManagedElement(P) >

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To query the state, click RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration centralized management > Dynamic data management object > IMA link.

In the normal status, both Local terminal and Remote terminal of all the IMA E1 links are in the Active state.

Figure 2-5 IMA link status

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the state, click RNC ManagedElement(P) >
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the state, click RNC ManagedElement(P) >
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the state, click RNC ManagedElement(P) >

Check the status of the corresponding IMA group in the RNC

2.
2.

To query the state, click RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration centralized management > Dynamic data management object > IMA group.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the state, click RNC ManagedElement(P) >
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the state, click RNC ManagedElement(P) >

If the Local state and the Remote state are both Running, the status of this IMA group is normal. If it is abnormal, check whether the configuration of the integration parameters of the two IMA groups, for instance, the scrambling and descrambling configuration, are consistent.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-6 IMA group status 2.1.5 ATM Layer

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Figure 2-6 IMA group status

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-6 IMA group status 2.1.5 ATM Layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-6 IMA group status 2.1.5 ATM Layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-6 IMA group status 2.1.5 ATM Layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-6 IMA group status 2.1.5 ATM Layer
  • 2.1.5 ATM Layer

    • 1. Check the status of corresponding PVC in the RNC. The status at Root side and Branch side should be both normal. To query the status, click RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration centralized management > Dynamic data management object > PVC.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-6 IMA group status 2.1.5 ATM Layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-6 IMA group status 2.1.5 ATM Layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-7 PVC status 2. Check the status

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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Figure 2-7 PVC status

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-7 PVC status 2. Check the status
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-7 PVC status 2. Check the status
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-7 PVC status 2. Check the status
  • 2. Check the status of corresponding AAL2 in the RNC. The Administrative status should be Unblock, the Local Block Status and the Remote Block Status should be both Not Congested, and the Path Resetting Status should be No.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-7 PVC status 2. Check the status
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-7 PVC status 2. Check the status

To query the status, click RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration centralized management > Dynamic data management object > AAL2 PATH.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-7 PVC status 2. Check the status
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-8 AAL2 status 3. For the AAL5

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Figure 2-8 AAL2 status

3. For the AAL5 of non-OMCB type, trace SSCOP at the transport network SAAL layer. In
3. For the AAL5 of non-OMCB type, trace SSCOP at the transport network SAAL layer. In
  • 3. For the AAL5 of non-OMCB type, trace SSCOP at the transport network SAAL layer. In the normal state, there should be SSCOP keep-alive POLL and STAT messages sent and received between the RNC and the NodeB.

3. For the AAL5 of non-OMCB type, trace SSCOP at the transport network SAAL layer. In
3. For the AAL5 of non-OMCB type, trace SSCOP at the transport network SAAL layer. In

Figure 2-9 SSCOP keep-active signaling

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-8 AAL2 status 3. For the AAL5
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-8 AAL2 status 3. For the AAL5
  • 4. For the AAL5 of OMCB type, ping the NodeB operation and maintenance address on the OMCB server. In the normal state, the link between the OMCB and the NodeB should be able to be established.

  • 2.1.6 NBAP Layer

    • 1. Query NCP and CCP status of the corresponding NodeB in the RNC.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the status, click RNC ManagedElement(P) >

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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To query the status, click RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration centralized management > Dynamic data management object > NodeB port.

In the normal status, the Administrative State is Unlock, the Operational Status is Enabled, and the Availability Status of CCP is Normal, the Availability Status of NCP is unavailable.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the status, click RNC ManagedElement(P) >

Figure 2-10 NCP and CCP status

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the status, click RNC ManagedElement(P) >
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the status, click RNC ManagedElement(P) >
  • 2. Check the status of cells under the corresponding NodeB in the RNC.

To query
To query

the

status, click

RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration

centralized management > Dynamic data management object > Cell and Channel..

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the status, click RNC ManagedElement(P) >
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the status, click RNC ManagedElement(P) >

In the normal status, the Administrative State is Unlock, the Existing State is Existing, and the Availability Status is Normal.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-11 Cells status 3. Log in to

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Figure 2-11 Cells status

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-11 Cells status 3. Log in to
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-11 Cells status 3. Log in to
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-11 Cells status 3. Log in to
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-11 Cells status 3. Log in to
  • 3. Log in to the NodeB from the DMS to check whether the common transport channels are complete. Keep on refreshing the query. In the normal state, there should be one BCH, one PCH, one RACH and two FACHs all the time.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-11 Cells status 3. Log in to
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-11 Cells status 3. Log in to

Figure 2-12 Common transport channels

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-11 Cells status 3. Log in to
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-11 Cells status 3. Log in to
  • 4. After the above items have been checked, block and unblock the local cells on the EOMS, and trace the RNC signaling, there should be “cell setup” standard

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ signaling. Figure 2-13 Cell setup standard signaling 5.

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signaling.

Figure 2-13 Cell setup standard signaling

5. Turn on the testing UE and register on the network, there will be messages of
5. Turn on the testing UE and register on the network, there will be messages of
5. Turn on the testing UE and register on the network, there will be messages of
5. Turn on the testing UE and register on the network, there will be messages of

5.

Turn on the testing UE and register on the network, there will be messages of rrcConnectionSetupComplete and initialdirectransfer having been sent from the UE to the RNC.

Turn on the testing UE and register on the network, there will be messages of rrcConnectionSetupComplete
Turn on the testing UE and register on the network, there will be messages of rrcConnectionSetupComplete

Figure 2-14 Direct transfer message

Figure 2-14 Direct transfer message
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ signaling. Figure 2-13 Cell setup standard signaling 5.
6.
6.
2.2
2.2

After the above steps are performed, the integration of the Iub interface has been completed.

ATM over STM-1

  • 2.2.1 Iub Interface Integration Parameters ATM over STM-1 and ATM over E1 are two different transmission bearer modes. Therefore, as to integration, they mainly differ from each other in the integration of the

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ transport layer, while the integrations of the other

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transport layer, while the integrations of the other protocol layers of the two bearer modes are the same. The basic integration parameters of ATM over STM-1 are shown in Table 2 -4.

Table 2-4 Iub Integration Parameters in ATM Over STM-1 Bearer Mode

RNC NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer network value value Physical layer Fiber multiplexing structure
RNC
NodeB
Protocol
Transmission
Parameter
default
default
layer
network
value
value
Physical
layer
Fiber multiplexing structure (SDH-AU4,
SDH-AU3, SONET-STS-3)
ATM OAM functional switch
PVC type (AAL5, AAL2)
PVC type/
PCR
SCR
MBS
CDVT
service
type
AAL2/CBR valid
valid
AAL2/RTVBR valid valid valid valid
ATM
AAL2/UBR valid
AAL5/CBR valid
VPI/VCI
PATH ID (valid only for AAL2)
ATM address
valid
Upper-level user type AAL5 (NCP, CCP,
ALCAP)
NBAP
CCP port No.
NodeB ID
Local cell No.
Tx and Rx frequency points
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ transport layer, while the integrations of the other

Iub Integration Description

2.2.2

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ transport layer, while the integrations of the other

Follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack to integrate the physical layer, IMA layer, ATM layer and NABP layer in turn.

2.2.3
2.2.3

Physical Layer

  • 1. Check the state of APBE subunit, and the subunit state of corresponding APBE at the RNC side. For APBE/2, there is only one subunit; for APBE, there are four subunits. In the normal state, the subunit Availability Status and HW Status should both be normal. To query the state, right-click APBE on the rack figure, and click Show Board Properties Pages > Subunit Configuration

>

Subunit

Detail

>

State

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ information > State Query . Figure 2-15 APBE

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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information > State Query.

Figure 2-15 APBE subunit state

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ information > State Query . Figure 2-15 APBE
2.
2.

Check the state of APBE LED indicators. In the normal state, the ACT LED indicator should be constantly on.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ information > State Query . Figure 2-15 APBE

ACT1-4 and SD1-4 correspond to 1-4 optical interfaces respectively. The ACT1 LED indicator constantly on indicates that the current optical interface is active, and SD1 LED indicator constantly on indicates that the current optical interface receives optical signal.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ information > State Query . Figure 2-15 APBE

2.2.4

ATM Layer

For integration method, please see Section 2.1.5.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.2.5 NBAP Layer For integration method, please see

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  • 2.2.5 NBAP Layer For integration method, please see Section 2.1.6.

    • 2.3 ATM over CSTM-1

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.2.5 NBAP Layer For integration method, please see
  • 2.3.1 Iub Integration Parameters

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.2.5 NBAP Layer For integration method, please see
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.2.5 NBAP Layer For integration method, please see

ATM over CSTM-1 differs from ATM over E1 in the transmission bearer. Therefore, as to integration, they mainly differ from each other in the integration of the transport layer, while the integrations of the other protocol layers of the two bearer modes are the same. The basic integration parameters of ATM over CSTM-1 are shown in Table 2 -5.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.2.5 NBAP Layer For integration method, please see
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.2.5 NBAP Layer For integration method, please see
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.2.5 NBAP Layer For integration method, please see

Table 2-5 Iub Integration Parameters in ATM Over CSTM-1 Bearer Mode

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.2.5 NBAP Layer For integration method, please see
RNC NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer network value value Physical layer Fiber multiplexing structure
RNC
NodeB
Protocol
Transmission
Parameter
default
default
layer
network
value
value
Physical
layer
Fiber multiplexing structure (SDH-AU4,
SDH-AU3, SONET-STS-3)
ATM OAM functional switch
SDT-PCM arrangement mode
PVC type (AAL5, AAL2)
PVC type/
PCR
SCR
MBS
CDVT
servic
type
AAL2/CBR valid
valid
AAL2/RTVBR valid valid valid valid
ATM
AAL2/UBR valid
AAL5/CBR valid
VPI/VCI
PATH ID (valid only for AAL2)
ATM address
valid
Upper-level user type AAL5 (NCP, CCP,
ALCAP)
NBAP
CCP port No.
NodeB ID
Local cell No.
Tx and Rx frequency points
  • 2.3.2 Iub Integration Description Follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack to integrate physical layer, IMA layer,

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ ATM layer and NABP layer in turn. 2.3.3

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ATM layer and NABP layer in turn.

  • 2.3.3 Physical Layer

    • 1. Check the subunit state of SDTB/SDTA, and that of the corresponding board at the RNC side. SDTB has 63 subunits, and SDTA has 126 subunits. In the normal state, the subunit Availability Status and HW Status should both be normal.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ ATM layer and NABP layer in turn. 2.3.3

To query the state, right-click SDTB/SDTA on the rack figure, and select Show Board Properties Pages > Subunit Configuration > Subunit Detail > State information > State Query.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ ATM layer and NABP layer in turn. 2.3.3
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ ATM layer and NABP layer in turn. 2.3.3
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ ATM layer and NABP layer in turn. 2.3.3

Figure 2-16 SDTB/SDTA subunit state query

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ ATM layer and NABP layer in turn. 2.3.3
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ ATM layer and NABP layer in turn. 2.3.3
  • 2. Check the status of all the E1 links at the NodeB side and make sure these E1 links have been added to the corresponding IMA group in the configuration at the NodeB side and the Status is Normal.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-17 E1 link status query 2.3.4 IMA

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Figure 2-17 E1 link status query

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-17 E1 link status query 2.3.4 IMA
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-17 E1 link status query 2.3.4 IMA
  • 2.3.4 IMA Layer

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-17 E1 link status query 2.3.4 IMA
  • 1. Check the status of the corresponding IMA E1 link in the RNC.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-17 E1 link status query 2.3.4 IMA
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-17 E1 link status query 2.3.4 IMA

To query the state, click RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration centralized management > Dynamic data management object > IMA link.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-17 E1 link status query 2.3.4 IMA

In the normal status, both Local terminal and Remote terminal of all the IMA E1 links are in the Active state.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-17 E1 link status query 2.3.4 IMA

Figure 2-18 IMA link status

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-17 E1 link status query 2.3.4 IMA
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-17 E1 link status query 2.3.4 IMA
  • 2. Check the status of the corresponding IMA group in the RNC

To query the state, click RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration centralized management > Dynamic data management object > IMA group.

If the Local state and the Remote state are both Running, the status of this IMA

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ group is normal. Figure 2-19 IMA group status

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group is normal.

Figure 2-19 IMA group status

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ group is normal. Figure 2-19 IMA group status

ATM Layer

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ group is normal. Figure 2-19 IMA group status
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ group is normal. Figure 2-19 IMA group status

For the integration method, please see Section 2.1.5.

NBAP Layer
NBAP Layer

2.3.5

2.3.6

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ group is normal. Figure 2-19 IMA group status

For the integration method, please see Section 2.1.6.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ group is normal. Figure 2-19 IMA group status
2.4 IP over E1 ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.1 Iub Interface Integration
  • 2.4 IP over E1

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  • 2.4.1 Iub Interface Integration Parameters Table 2-6 Iub Interface Integration Parameters in the IP Over E1 Mode

2.4 IP over E1 ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.1 Iub Interface Integration
Protocol RNC default Transmission NodeB default Parameter layer value network value E1/T1 resistance Resistances of RNC
Protocol
RNC default
Transmission
NodeB default
Parameter
layer
value
network
value
E1/T1 resistance
Resistances of
RNC and NodeB
should be
consistent with
those of the
transmission
network.
Physical
layer
E1/T1 frame
format
RNC settings
should be
consistent with
that of the
transmission
network.
E1/T1 long and
short cables
(currently, RNC
supports short
cable only)
HDLC
layer
E1 time slot
adopted by
HDLC link
Number of links
in ML-PPP
ML-PPP
layer
IP of PPP peer
layers
SCTP
Four parameters
of SCTP (local
end IP and port
number, peer end
IP and port
number)
layer
IP address in IP
transmission
path, and
bandwidth
NBAP
CCP port No.
Local cell No.
Tx and Rx
frequency points
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.2 Iub Integration Description Follow the bottom-up order

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  • 2.4.2 Iub Integration Description Follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack to integrate physical layer, IMA layer, ATM layer and NABP layer in turn.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.2 Iub Integration Description Follow the bottom-up order
  • 2.4.3 Physical Layer

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.2 Iub Integration Description Follow the bottom-up order
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.2 Iub Integration Description Follow the bottom-up order
  • 1. Check the subunit state of SDTB/SDTA, and that of the corresponding board at the RNC side. SDTB has 63 subunits, and SDTA has 126 subunits. In the normal state, the subunit Availability Status and the HW Status should both be normal.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.2 Iub Integration Description Follow the bottom-up order
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.2 Iub Integration Description Follow the bottom-up order

To query the state, right-click SDTB/SDTA on the rack figure, and select Show Board Properties Pages > Subunit Configuration > Subunit Detail > State information > State Query.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.2 Iub Integration Description Follow the bottom-up order
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.2 Iub Integration Description Follow the bottom-up order
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.2 Iub Integration Description Follow the bottom-up order

Figure 2-20 SDTB/SDTA subunit state

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.2 Iub Integration Description Follow the bottom-up order
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.4.2 Iub Integration Description Follow the bottom-up order
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2. Check the status of all the E1

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  • 2. Check the status of all the E1 links at the NodeB side and make sure these E1 links have been added to the corresponding IMA group in the configuration at the NodeB side and the Status is Normal.

Figure 2-21 E1 link status

2.4.4 HDLC Layer Check the status of all the HDLCs at the NodeB side, and make
2.4.4
HDLC Layer
Check the status of all the HDLCs at the NodeB side, and make sure they are added to
the corresponding ML-PPP group in the configuration at the NodeB side, and the Status
is Normal.
Figure 2-22 HDLC link status
2.4.5
PPP Layer
Trace
PPP
signaling
at
the
NodeB
side
in
the
DMS.
There
should
be
PPP_
ECHO_REQUEST and PPP_REPLY messages transmitted alternatively.
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-23 Tracing PPP signaling 2.4.6 IP Layer

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Figure 2-23 Tracing PPP signaling

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-23 Tracing PPP signaling 2.4.6 IP Layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-23 Tracing PPP signaling 2.4.6 IP Layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-23 Tracing PPP signaling 2.4.6 IP Layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-23 Tracing PPP signaling 2.4.6 IP Layer
  • 2.4.6 IP Layer Test the connectivity of the IP layer with SLA in the RNC. The source address of the test is the IP address configured for the DSP of RUB, and the target address is the IP address of the PPP peer layer. In the normal state, the Send Request Number and the Receive Reply Number should be the same.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-23 Tracing PPP signaling 2.4.6 IP Layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-23 Tracing PPP signaling 2.4.6 IP Layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-24 SLA test 2.4.7 SCTP Layer Check

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Figure 2-24 SLA test

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-24 SLA test 2.4.7 SCTP Layer Check
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-24 SLA test 2.4.7 SCTP Layer Check
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-24 SLA test 2.4.7 SCTP Layer Check
  • 2.4.7 SCTP Layer Check the state of the NodeB SCTP in the RNC.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-24 SLA test 2.4.7 SCTP Layer Check

To query the state, click RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration centralized management > Dynamic data management object > Basic Connection Configuration Information of SCTP.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-24 SLA test 2.4.7 SCTP Layer Check

In the normal state, Associated State should be ESTABLISHED; Congestion Flag should be Not congestion; and SSM state should be Activated.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-24 SLA test 2.4.7 SCTP Layer Check
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-24 SLA test 2.4.7 SCTP Layer Check
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-25 SCTP status OMCB Ping the NodeB

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Figure 2-25 SCTP status

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-25 SCTP status OMCB Ping the NodeB
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-25 SCTP status OMCB Ping the NodeB
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-25 SCTP status OMCB Ping the NodeB

OMCB

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-25 SCTP status OMCB Ping the NodeB

Ping the NodeB operation and maintenance address on the OMCB server. The link between the OMCB and the NodeB should be able to be established.

NBAP Layer

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-25 SCTP status OMCB Ping the NodeB
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-25 SCTP status OMCB Ping the NodeB
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-25 SCTP status OMCB Ping the NodeB

For the integration method, please see Section 2.1.6.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-25 SCTP status OMCB Ping the NodeB

2.4.8

2.4.9

  • 2.5 IP over FE

2.5.1

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-25 SCTP status OMCB Ping the NodeB

Iub Interface Integration Parameters

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-25 SCTP status OMCB Ping the NodeB

Figure 2-26 Iub Interface Integration Parameters in IP Over FE Mode

Protocol

RNC default

Transmission

NodeB default

layer

Parameter

value

network

value

Physical

Media type (GE

 

Resistances of

 

layer

optical port, GE cable port, FE cable port)

RNC and NODEB should be consistent with those of the transmission network.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Protocol RNC default Transmission NodeB default Parameter layer

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Protocol RNC default Transmission NodeB default Parameter layer value network value Negotiation Negotiation mode mode (obligation,
Protocol
RNC default
Transmission
NodeB default
Parameter
layer
value
network
value
Negotiation
Negotiation mode
mode
(obligation, self-
(obligation, self-
negotiate)
negotiate)
Duplex mode (full
duplex mode,
half duplex
mode)
MTU
IPV4/IPV6
IP package
IP layer
fragmenting and
defragmenting
support
SCTP
Four parameters
of SCTP (RNC IP
and port, NODEB
IP and port)
layer
IP address in IP
transmission path
NBAP
NodeB ID
CCP port No.
Local cell No.
Tx and Rx
frequency points
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Protocol RNC default Transmission NodeB default Parameter layer

Iub Integration Description

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Protocol RNC default Transmission NodeB default Parameter layer

Follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack to integrate physical layer, IMA layer, ATM layer and NABP layer in turn.

2.5.2

1.
1.

2.5.3

Physical Layer

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Protocol RNC default Transmission NodeB default Parameter layer

Check the state of GIPI subunit, and query the subunit state of the corresponding board at the RNC side.

GIPI with GE interface has one subunit, which corresponds to one GE optical port or cable port.

GIPI with FE interface has four interfaces, which correspond to 4 FE cable ports.

In the normal state, the subunit Availability Status and the HW Status should both be normal.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the state, click Show Board Properties

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To

query

the

state,

click

Show

Board

Properties

Pages

>

Subunit

Configuration > Subunit Detail > State information > State Query.

Figure 2-27 GIPI subunit state

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the state, click Show Board Properties
2.
2.

Check whether there is any problem with the external network port of GIPI, In the normal state, there should be no such an alarm as External Port of Board is Down.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the state, click Show Board Properties
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ To query the state, click Show Board Properties
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-28 Alarm of GIPI external port IP

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Figure 2-28 Alarm of GIPI external port

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-28 Alarm of GIPI external port IP
IP Layer
IP Layer

2.5.4

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 2-28 Alarm of GIPI external port IP

For the integration method, please see Section 2.4.6.

2.5.5
2.5.5

SCTP Layer

For the integration method, please see Section 2.4.7.

2.5.6

NBAP Layer

For the integration method, please see Section 2.1.6.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.6 ATM and IP Mixed Transmission Interconnect the

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  • 2.6 ATM and IP Mixed Transmission

Interconnect the ATM link and the IP link perceptively; they should be both unblocked.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 2.6 ATM and IP Mixed Transmission Interconnect the
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 3 Iu-CS Integration 3.1 ATM Mode 3.1.1 Description

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  • 3 Iu-CS Integration

    • 3.1 ATM Mode

      • 3.1.1 Description of Iu-CS Integration Parameters (E1) Table 3-7 Description of Iu-CS Integration Parameters (E1)

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 3 Iu-CS Integration 3.1 ATM Mode 3.1.1 Description
RNC NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer network value value Configure E1/T1 resistance via jumper
RNC
NodeB
Protocol
Transmission
Parameter
default
default
layer
network
value
value
Configure
E1/T1 resistance
via
jumper
Physical
layer
E1/T1 frame format
E1/T1 long and short cables (currently, RNC
supports short cable only)
Scrambling code type of link direction in
IMA link configuration
IMA
CTC
ITC
Near-end clock sending mode of IMA Group
layer
mode
mode
Tx frame length and Rx frame length of IMA
group
PVC type (AAL5, AAL2)
PVC
type/service
PCR
SCR
MBS
CDVT
type
AAL2/CBR valid
valid
ATM
AAL2/RTVBR valid
AAL2/UBR valid
AAL5/CBR valid
valid
valid
valid
valid
MTP3B
VPI/VCI
PATH ID (valid only for AAL2)
ATM address/ATM address coding plan
Maximum length of SAAL message
signaling package
Signaling point coding
SLC
SSF
Upper-level user type of MTP3 (ALCAP)
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission

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Internal Use Only▲

   

RNC

 

NodeB

Protocol

layer

Parameter

default

value

Transmission

network

default

value

SCCP

IT message sending timer of SCCP

 

IT message receiving timer of SCCP

 

PLMN

RANAP

RNC ID

LAC

 

SAC

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
  • 3.1.2 Description of Iu-CS Integration Parameters (STM-1)

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission

In most scenarios, STM-1 bearer mode is used at the Iu interface (via the optical port of the APBE board). Only in few pilot offices, the Iu interface is connected via E1 port of the DTB/IMAB board.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission

Table 3-8 Description of Iu-CS Integration Parameters (STM-1)

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
RNC NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer network value value Physical layer Fiber multiplexing structure
RNC
NodeB
Protocol
Transmission
Parameter
default
default
layer
network
value
value
Physical
layer
Fiber multiplexing structure (SDH-AU4,
SDH-AU3, SONET-STS-3)
ATM OAM functional switch
PVC type (AAL5, AAL2)
PVC
type/service
PCR
SCR
MBS
CDVT
type
AAL2/CBR valid
valid
AAL2/RTVBR valid valid valid valid
ATM
AAL2/UBR valid
AAL5/CBR valid
valid
MTP3B
SCCP
VPI/VCI
PATH ID (valid only for AAL2)
ATM address/ATM address coding plan
Maximum length of SAAL message
signaling package
Signaling Point Coding
SLC
SSF
Upper-level user type of MTP3 (ALCAP)
IT Message Sending Timer of SCCP
IT Message Receiving Timer of SCCP
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

Internal Use Only▲

   

RNC

 

NodeB

Protocol

layer

Parameter

default

value

Transmission

network

default

value

 

PLMN

RANAP

RNC ID

LAC

 

SAC

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
  • 3.1.3 Description of Iu-CS Integration The integration should follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack: physical layer, IMA layer, ATM layer, MTP3B layer, SCCP layer, and RANAP layer.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
  • 3.1.4 Physical Layer

    • 1. Check the E1 subunit state, and that of the corresponding DTB board at the RNC side. The subunit Availability Status and the HW Status should both be normal.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission

To query the state, right-click the DTB board on the rack figure and select Show Board Properties Pages > Subunit Configuration > Subunit Detail > State information > State Query.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-29 E1 subunit state query Check whether

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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Figure 3-29 E1 subunit state query

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-29 E1 subunit state query Check whether
Check whether the E1 LED indicators L1-L32 on the DTB panel flash at 1 Hz (slow
Check whether the E1 LED indicators L1-L32 on the DTB panel flash at 1 Hz (slow

Check whether the E1 LED indicators L1-L32 on the DTB panel flash at 1 Hz (slow flash).

For the APBE board in the STM-1 transmission mode, check the subunit state of the APBE and that of the corresponding APBE board at the RNC side.

2.

3.
3.

APBE/2 has only one subunit.

APBE has four subunits.

 
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-29 E1 subunit state query Check whether

In the normal state, the subunit Availability Status and the HW Status should both be normal.

To query the state, right-click the APBE board on the rack figure and select Show Board Properties Pages > Subunit Configuration > Subunit Detail > State information > State Query.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-30 APBE subunit state query IMA Layer

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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Figure 3-30 APBE subunit state query

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-30 APBE subunit state query IMA Layer
IMA Layer
IMA Layer

For the integration method, please see Section 2.1.4.

3.1.5

1.
1.
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-30 APBE subunit state query IMA Layer

3.1.6

ATM Layer

Check the corresponding PVC state in the RNC.

To query the state, Click RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration centralized management > Dynamic data management object > PVC.

The state of the Root side and the Branch side should both be Normal.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-31 PVC link state 2. Check the

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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Figure 3-31 PVC link state

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-31 PVC link state 2. Check the
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-31 PVC link state 2. Check the
  • 2. Check the corresponding AAL2 state in the RNC.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-31 PVC link state 2. Check the
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-31 PVC link state 2. Check the

To check the state, Click RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration centralized management > Dynamic data management object > AAL2 PATH.

In the normal state, the Administrative Status should be Unblock, the Local Block Status and Remote Block Status should be Not Congestion, and the Path resetting Status should be No. If multi AAL2 links are configured, you should block them one by one to make a call test.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-31 PVC link state 2. Check the
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-31 PVC link state 2. Check the
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-31 PVC link state 2. Check the
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-32 AAL2 link status query 3. For

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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Figure 3-32 AAL2 link status query

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-32 AAL2 link status query 3. For
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-32 AAL2 link status query 3. For
  • 3. For AAL5, it is required to trace the SSCOP of the SAAL at the transport network layer. In the normal state, there should be SSCOP keep-alive messages POLL and STAT sending between the RNC and the MGW.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-32 AAL2 link status query 3. For
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-32 AAL2 link status query 3. For

Figure 3-33 SSCOP link signaling tracing

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-32 AAL2 link status query 3. For
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-32 AAL2 link status query 3. For
  • 3.1.7 MTP3B Layer

    • 1. Check the status of the corresponding No.7 link in the RNC.

To query

the

state: Click

RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ centralized management > Dynamic data management object >

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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centralized management > Dynamic data management object > No. 7 link.

In the normal state, MTP3 Link Status should be In Service; Not Congested, and MTP3 Link Status (traffic) should be No Alarm; Normal.

Figure 3-34 No. 7 link status

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ centralized management > Dynamic data management object >
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ centralized management > Dynamic data management object >

Query the status of the adjacent office signaling point in RNC.

2.
2.

To query the status, Click RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration centralized management > Dynamic data management object > Adjacent Office signaling point.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ centralized management > Dynamic data management object >
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ centralized management > Dynamic data management object >

In the normal state, Access Flag should be Accessible. Right-click an office ID, you can see information of the current route.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-35 Adjacent office signaling point status ZTE

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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Figure 3-35 Adjacent office signaling point status

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-35 Adjacent office signaling point status ZTE
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-36 Office route query 3. The status

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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Figure 3-36 Office route query

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-36 Office route query 3. The status
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-36 Office route query 3. The status
  • 3. The status of adjacent office signaling point can also be queried by tracing the signaling of the MTP3B layer in the RNC. In the normal state, you can see the RNC send the SLTM message, the MGW reply with the SLTA message, and the MGW send the SLTM message, the RNC replies with the SLTA message. That means the transmission at the MTP3B layer is unblocked, and the adjacent office signaling point is reachable.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-36 Office route query 3. The status
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-36 Office route query 3. The status
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-36 Office route query 3. The status

Figure 3-37 Signaling link test result

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-36 Office route query 3. The status
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-36 Office route query 3. The status
  • 3.1.8 SCCP Layer and RANAP Layer For the SCCP layer, when the UE location is changed, trace the signaling at the SCCP layer. If there are the CR and CC messages, and no alarm about the subsystem 1 or 142, the SCCP layer is normal.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-38 SCCP connection establishment messages After the

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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Figure 3-38 SCCP connection establishment messages

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-38 SCCP connection establishment messages After the

After the above steps are performed, the integration of the Iu-CS interface is completed.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-38 SCCP connection establishment messages After the
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-38 SCCP connection establishment messages After the
  • 3.2 IP Mode

    • 3.2.1 Description of Iu-CS Integration Parameters Table 3-9 Iu-CS Integration Parameters

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-38 SCCP connection establishment messages After the
RNC NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer network value value Media type (GE optical port,
RNC
NodeB
Protocol
Transmission
Parameter
default
default
layer
network
value
value
Media type (GE optical
port, GE cable port, FE
cable port)
Resistance of RNC
and NodeB should
be consistent with
that of the
transmission
network.
Physical
layer
Negotiation mode
(obligation, self-
negotiate)
RNC settings
should be
consistent with that
of the transmission
network.
Duplex mode (full duplex
mode, half duplex mode)
MTU
IPV4/IPV6
IP layer
IP package fragmenting
and defragmenting
support
Four parameters of
SCTP (RNC IP and port,
NODEB IP and port)
SCTP
layer
IP address in IP
transmission path
M3UA
SCTP CRC check mode
SCTP client/server mode
Network profile
Routing CONTEXTID
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

Internal Use Only▲

RNC NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer network value value SCCP RANAP APP server AS
RNC
NodeB
Protocol
Transmission
Parameter
default
default
layer
network
value
value
SCCP
RANAP
APP server AS usage ID
AS traffic mode
N value of load sharing
mode
IT Message Sending
Timer of SCCP
IT Message Receiving
Timer of SCCP
Subsystem 1, 142
PLMN
RNCID
LAC
SAC
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer
  • 3.2.2 Description of Iu-CS Integration

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer

The Iu-CS integration should follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack: physical layer, IP layer, SCTP layer, M3UA layer, SCCP layer, and RANAP layer.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer
  • 3.2.3 Physical Layer

    • 1. Check the state of GIPI subunit, and query the subunit state of the corresponding GIPI board at the RNC side.



GIPI with GE interface has one subunit, which corresponds to one GE optical port or cable port.

GIPI with FE interface has four interfaces, which correspond to four FE cable ports.


ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer

In the normal state, the subunit Availability Status and the HW Status should be normal.

To query the state, right-click GIPI board on the rack figure, and select Show Board Properties Pages > Subunit Configuration > Subunit Detail > State information > State Query.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-39 GIPI subunit state 2. Check whether

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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Figure 3-39 GIPI subunit state

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-39 GIPI subunit state 2. Check whether
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-39 GIPI subunit state 2. Check whether
  • 2. Check whether there is any problem with the GIPI external port. In the normal state, there is no such an alarm as External Port of Board is Down.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-39 GIPI subunit state 2. Check whether
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-39 GIPI subunit state 2. Check whether
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-40 Alarm of GIPI external port IP

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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Figure 3-40 Alarm of GIPI external port

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-40 Alarm of GIPI external port IP
IP Layer
IP Layer

3.2.4

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-40 Alarm of GIPI external port IP

In the RNC test the connectivity of the IP layer with the SLA. The Send Request Number and the Receive Reply Number should be the same.



The source address of test is the IP address configured for the DSP of the RUB, and the target address is the address configured for the user plane of MSC/MGW.

The source address of test is the IP address configured for SCTP, and the target address is the SCTP address configured for SGSN.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-41 SLA test 3.2.5 SCTP Layer Check

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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Figure 3-41 SLA test

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-41 SLA test 3.2.5 SCTP Layer Check
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-41 SLA test 3.2.5 SCTP Layer Check
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-41 SLA test 3.2.5 SCTP Layer Check
  • 3.2.5 SCTP Layer Check the state of the MSC SCTP in the RNC.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-41 SLA test 3.2.5 SCTP Layer Check

To query the state, click RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration centralized management > Dynamic data management object > Basic Connection Configuration Information of SCTP.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-41 SLA test 3.2.5 SCTP Layer Check
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-41 SLA test 3.2.5 SCTP Layer Check

In the normal state, Associated State should be ESTABLISHED; Congestion Flag State should be Not Congestion; and SSM State should be Activated.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-42 SCTP state 3.2.6 M3UA Layer 1.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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Figure 3-42 SCTP state

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-42 SCTP state 3.2.6 M3UA Layer 1.
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-42 SCTP state 3.2.6 M3UA Layer 1.
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-42 SCTP state 3.2.6 M3UA Layer 1.
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-42 SCTP state 3.2.6 M3UA Layer 1.
  • 3.2.6 M3UA Layer

    • 1. In the RNC, query the state of the AS and ASP used at the M3UA layer.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-42 SCTP state 3.2.6 M3UA Layer 1.

To query the state, Click RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration centralized management > Dynamic data management object > As and Asp.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-42 SCTP state 3.2.6 M3UA Layer 1.

The AS State and ASP State should be Active.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-42 SCTP state 3.2.6 M3UA Layer 1.
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-43 AS and ASP state 2. In

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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Figure 3-43 AS and ASP state

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-43 AS and ASP state 2. In
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-43 AS and ASP state 2. In
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-43 AS and ASP state 2. In
  • 2. In the RNC, query the state of the office maintained by the M3UA.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-43 AS and ASP state 2. In

In the normal state, information of the active route can be checked.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-43 AS and ASP state 2. In

To check the state, click RNC ManagedElement(P) > RNC configuration centralized management > Dynamic data management object > Adjacent Office signaling point.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-43 AS and ASP state 2. In
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-44 Active route information 3.2.7 SCCP Layer

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

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Figure 3-44 Active route information

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-44 Active route information 3.2.7 SCCP Layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-44 Active route information 3.2.7 SCCP Layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-44 Active route information 3.2.7 SCCP Layer
  • 3.2.7 SCCP Layer and RANAP Layer

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-44 Active route information 3.2.7 SCCP Layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-44 Active route information 3.2.7 SCCP Layer

For the SCCP layer, when the UE location is changed, trace the signaling at the SCCP layer. If there are CR and CC messages, and no alarm about the subsystem 1 or 142, the SCCP layer is normal.

For the SCCP layer, when the UE location is changed, trace the signaling at the SCCP

Figure 3-45 SCCP connection establishment

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-44 Active route information 3.2.7 SCCP Layer
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ Figure 3-44 Active route information 3.2.7 SCCP Layer

After the above steps are performed, the integration of the Iu-CS interface is completed.

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 4 Iu-PS Integration 4.1 ATM Mode 4.1.1 Description

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  • 4 Iu-PS Integration

    • 4.1 ATM Mode

      • 4.1.1 Description of Iu-PS Integration Parameters (E1) Table 4-10 Description of Iu-PS Integration Parameters (E1)

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ 4 Iu-PS Integration 4.1 ATM Mode 4.1.1 Description
RNC NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer network value value Configure E1/T1 resistance via jumper
RNC
NodeB
Protocol
Transmission
Parameter
default
default
layer
network
value
value
Configure
E1/T1 resistance
via
jumper
Physical
layer
E1/T1 frame format
E1/T1 long and short cables (currently,
RNC supports short cable only)
Scrambling code type of link direction in
IMA link configuration
IMA
ITC
layer
Near-end clock sending mode of IMA
Group
CTC
mode
mode
Tx frame length and Rx frame length of
IMA group
PVC type (SIG_AAL5, USER_AAL5)
PVC
type/service
PCR
SCR
MBS
CDVT
ATM
type
AAL5/CBR valid
VPI/VCI
Maximum length of SAAL message
signaling
Signaling point coding
SLC
SSF
IT message sending timer of SCCP
IT message receiving timer of SCCP
Subsystem 1,143
PLMN
RNC ID
LAC
valid
MTP3B
SCCP
RANAP
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide

Internal Use Only▲

   

RNC

 

NodeB

Protocol

layer

Parameter

default

value

Transmission

network

default

value

 

SAC

GTP-U

Destination GTP-U address

Local GTP-U address and mask

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission
  • 4.1.2 Description of Iu-PS Integration Parameters (STM-1)

ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission

In most scenarios, STM-1 bearer mode is used on the Iu interface (connected via the optical port of the APBE board). Only in few pilot offices, the Iu interface is connected by an E1 on the DTB/IMAB board.

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ZXWR RNC (V3.09.30) Commissioning Guide Internal Use Only▲ RNC NodeB Protocol layer Parameter default value Transmission

Table 4-11 Description of Iu-PS Integration Parameters (STM-1)

NodeB Protocol Transmission Parameter default default layer network value value Configure Physical Fiber multiplexing structure (SDH-AU4,
NodeB
Protocol
Transmission
Parameter
default
default
layer
network
value
value
Configure
Physical
Fiber multiplexing structure (SDH-AU4,
SDH-AU3, SONET-STS-3)
via
jumper
layer
ATM OAM functional switch
PVC type (SIG_AAL5, USER_AAL5)
PVC
type/service
PCR
SCR
MBS
CDVT
ATM
type
AAL5/CBR valid
VPI/VCI
Maximum length of SAAL message
signaling
Signaling point coding
SLC
SSF
IT message sending timer of SCCP
IT message receiving timer of SCCP
Subsystem 1,143
PLMN
RNC ID
LAC
valid
MTP3B
SCCP
RANAP
GTP-U
SAC
Destination GTP-U address
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Transmission

network

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Local GTP-U address and mask

4.1.3

Description of Iu-PS Integration

 

4.1.4

4.1.5

4.1.6

4.1.7

The integration should follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack: physical layer, IMA layer, ATM

The integration should follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack: physical layer, IMA layer, ATM layer, MTP3B layer, SCCP layer, and RANAP layer.

The integration should follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack: physical layer, IMA layer, ATM
The integration should follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack: physical layer, IMA layer, ATM
The integration should follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack: physical layer, IMA layer, ATM

Physical Layer

For the integration method, please see Section 3.1.4.

IMA Layer

The integration should follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack: physical layer, IMA layer, ATM
The integration should follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack: physical layer, IMA layer, ATM
The integration should follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack: physical layer, IMA layer, ATM
The integration should follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack: physical layer, IMA layer, ATM

For the integration method, please see Section 3.1.5.

ATM Layer

The integration should follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack: physical layer, IMA layer, ATM
The integration should follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack: physical layer, IMA layer, ATM

For the integration method, please see Section 3.1.6.

The integration should follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack: physical layer, IMA layer, ATM

MTP3B Layer

The integration should follow the bottom-up order on the protocol stack: physical layer, IMA layer, ATM

For the integration method, please see Section 3.1.7.

4.1.8

SCCP Layer and RANAP Layer

 
For the integration method, please see Section 3.1.8. 4.1.9 GTP-U Layer In the RNC, test the

For the integration method, please see Section 3.1.8.

For the integration method, please see Section 3.1.8. 4.1.9 GTP-U Layer In the RNC, test the
4.1.9
4.1.9

GTP-U Layer

In the RNC, test the connectivity of the IP layer with the SLA. The source IP address is the GTP-U address configured at the RNC side and the target IP address the GTP-U address configured for the SGSN. In the normal state, the Send request Number is the same as the Receive reply Number.

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