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eNodeB LTE V100R006 Initial

Configuration

eNodeB LTE
V100R006
Initial Configuration
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Objectives


Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:




Describe LTE product networking

Outline functions of Summary data file

Outline the meaning of the common, equipment, transport data

Preparing eNodeB data

Configure eNodeB data

Check and export eNodeB data

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eNodeB LTE V100R006 Initial


Configuration

Contents
1. eNodeB Data Configuration Introduction
2. Preparing eNodeB Data
3. Creating eNodeB Data
4. Checking eNodeB Data
5. Exporting eNodeB Data

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Contents
1. eNodeB Data Configuration Introduction
1.1 Introduction to Structures of LTE Network
1.2 Flow Chart of Data Configuration
1.3 Introduction to Summary Data File

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eNodeB LTE V100R006 Initial


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LTE Transport Structure

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Layer 1 Network

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Layer 2 Network

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Layer 3 Network

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Overview of Transport Security

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Contents
1. eNodeB Data Configuration Introduction
1.1 Introduction to Structures of LTE Network
1.2 Flow Chart of Data Configuration
1.3 Introduction to Summary Data File

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eNodeB LTE V100R006 Initial


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Process of Configuring a Single


eNodeB
start

Prepare for configuration

Create a workspace

create an eNodeB(GUI mode)

configure the eNodeB data


Check and export the eNodeB configuration

end

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Process of Configure Batch eNodeBs


start
Create a workspace
end

Prepare a template
Customize the Summary/LLD

Check and export eNodeB configuration

Edit the Summary/LLD

Import the radio data planning template

Edit the radio data planning template

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Import Summary/LLD

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eNodeB LTE V100R006 Initial


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Contents
1. eNodeB Data Configuration Introduction
1.1 Introduction to Structures of LTE Network
1.2 Flow Chart of Data Configuration
1.3 Introduction to Summary Data File

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Summary Data File-Introduction




Currently, when creating eNodeBs in batches, users must fill in data


planning templates with a large number of planning parameters, which
decreases the efficiency. The CME provides a summary data file to
improve efficiency in creating eNodeBs.


Basic elements of the summary data file

MO
parameter
values

MOC
information
groups

MO
parameters

index
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Templates Introduction
LLD
tranform

Start here

Summary data file

Initial configuration
of eNodeB

link
eNode
B

radio/
cell
template

eNodeB

customized
template

Adjust
configuration

Radio
Cell
custo- custmized omized
templ- template
ate

export
import
export

export
Commissioning
eNodeB

import

Deployment list

RNP
eNodeB bulk
configuration
template

Customize eNodeB
configuration

Configuration data

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Contents
1. eNodeB Data Configuration Introduction
2. Preparing eNodeB Data
3. Creating eNodeB Data
4. Checking eNodeB Data
5. Exporting eNodeB Data

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eNodeB LTE V100R006 Initial


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Contents
2. Preparing eNodeB Data
2.1 Global Data
2.2 Device Data
2.3 Transport Data
2.4 Radio Data

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Global Data Configuration Procedure


Start

Basic information about global data

 Operator info
 MME info

IP-Sec information(Optional)

 S-GW info
 Time and clock Info

End

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Operator info

Operator ID: Index of operator, one eNodeB can be shared by


maximum 6 operators

Operator name: The name of operator

Operator type: Indicates the type of the operator. The operator can
be the primary operator or a secondary operator.

MCC: Mobile Country Code

MNC: Mobile Network Code

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MME Info

S-GW Info

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Time Source


The network need a time source to


provide time synchronization to
each eNodeB

The time source types supported by


eNodeBs are NTP, GPS or None

Time Source
Time Source

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Clock Info Clock Source

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Clock Info

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IP Clock Info

IP clock No: Indicate the link number of IP clock, it supports 2 links


maximum

Protocol


HW_Defined: Huawei private protocol

PTP(Precision Time Protocol): The 1588v2 protocol

Domain: Indicates the domain to which the IP clock link belongs. The
setting of this parameter must be the same as the setting of the clock
server.

Priority: Indicates the priority of the reference clock, in which 1 is the


highest priority and 4 is the lowest priority.

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GPS Info

WorkMode


Indicates the working mode of the satellite card, including


GPS/GLONASS/COMPASS

Priority


Indicates the priority of the clock source. The value 1 indicates


the current clock source has the highest priority, and the value
4 indicates the current clock source has the lowest priority.

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Transport Network Basic Info

Ethernet MTU : Indicates the Maximum Transfer Unit (MTU),


that is, the largest IP packet size (including the IP header) of
the Ethernet port. This parameter is negotiated with
transport network devices , the default value is 1,500 bytes.

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Security Globe Data (Optional)




If Security GW is deployed, relative info should be


configured in eNodeB, such as following info which should
be negotiated with peer security gateway


IKE Proposal

IKE Peer

IP-sec proposal

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IP-Sec Configuration Overview


IP sec
proposal

IKE propose

IKE peer

ACL group

ACL rule

IP-sec policy

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IP-sec Bind

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IP-sec Proposal

AH is a header authentication protocol. It mainly provides the


functions of data source authentication, data integrity check, and
replay protection. AH, however, does not implement encryption on
the protected data packets.

ESP is the packet security encapsulation protocol. In addition to


all functions provided by AH (its integrity check is not effective to
IP headers), ESP can provide encryption for IP packets.

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IKE Proposal

The IKE protocol is based on the framework defined by the


Internet Security Association and Key Management Protocol
(ISAKMP). The IKE protocol provides IPSec with automatic
negotiation and cipher key exchange to simplify the use and
management of IPSec. The IKE negotiation process is the
process of establishing the security association.

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IKE Peer

IKEPeer: Indicates the name of the IKE peer.

ExchangeMode: Indicates the IKE exchange mode.

LocalIDType: Indicates the type of the identification payload that the


local end transmits. The authentication can be performed based on IP
or fully qualified domain name (FQDN).
DPD Mode: Indicates whether to enable the dead peer detection (DPD)

function.

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ACL


ACL group configuration

The Access Control List (ACL) is an


instruction list for ports on routers and
switches, which is used to control packets
received on or transmitted from the port.
Applied to all router protocols, an ACL
contains matching relations, conditions,
and query commands. The ACL framework

ACL Pattern configuration is aimed at access control.

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IP-sec Policy

IP-sec Bind

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Contents
2. Preparing eNodeB Data
2.1 Common Data (Global Data)
2.2 Equipment Data
2.3 Transport Data
2.4 Radio Data

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Basic eNodeB information

eNodeB Name, eNodeB Id




The data is planned by Telecom operators.

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eNodeB Template


Site Type


Version


Define the product version.

eNodeB Template


Currently, DBS3900_LTE,BTS3900_LTE,BTS3900A_LTE, BTS3900L_LTE


and BTS3900AL_LTE are supported.

Define the template of eNodeB.

Base Station Configuration




Indicates Base Station Configuration specifies radio frequency (RF) cable


connections.

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2. Preparing eNodeB Data
2.1 Common Data (Global Data)
2.2 Equipment Data
2.3 Transport Data
2.4 Radio Data

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S1 Interface

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X2 Interface
X2 Control plane

X2 User plane

X2-AP

User plane PDUs

GTP-U
SCTP

UDP

IP

IP

Data link layer

Data link layer

Physical layer

Physical layer

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Transport Data Configuration Procedure


Start
Link Layer Data

 (Optional) VLAN information


 VLANMAP

Network Layer Data

 VLANCLASS

Transport Layer Data

End

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VLAN Introduction

VLAN1

VLAN2

VLAN3

VLAN4

VLAN has the following advantages:




Suppresses broadcast storm

Improves transmission security

Provides differentiated services

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VLAN Solution
S1MME

VLAN1

S1-U

VLAN2

MME

VLAN1

VLAN2

MME

IP
Network

SGW

VLAN3

Solution 1 : VLAN is

OM

VLANn

S1MME

VLAN1

S1-U

VLAN2

OM

VLANn

IP
Network

Solution 2 : VLAN is

designed based on

designed based on traffic

eNodeB

type

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SGW

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Transport Data Configuration Procedure


Start
Starte
Link Layer Data
d

 IP configuration

Network Layer Data

 IP Route configuration

Transport Layer Data

End

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Device IP Configuration
Device IP

LMPT/UMPT

Ethernet
link


Ethernet
trunk

LOO
PINT

UTRP

SUB
IF

PPP
link

MPGRP
link

LOO
PINT

Loopint ( Loopback interface) is a logic IP address used for


IP-sec inner IP address.

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Configuration Case

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IP Route
Destination IP
LMPT

Next hop route

Destination Mask
Next hop IP

UMPT
Destination IP
Destination Mask
Exit Interface
Port Type
Port No.

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IP Route
Destination IP
Destination Mask

Next hop route

Next hop IP

UTRP
Destination IP
Destination Mask
Exit Interface
Port Type
Port No.

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Transport Data Configuration Procedure


Start
Starte
Link Layer Data
d

Network Layer Data


 S1 and X2 link info

Transport Layer Data

 OM channel Info
 IP clock link info

End

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S1 and X2 Interface


There are two modes for configuring S1 and X2 links: link


and EndPoint.


Both link and EndPoint modes meet the requirements in most


configuration scenarios.


If a large number of MMEs/SGWs exist in the MME/SGW pool, the


EndPoint configuration mode is recommended, which reduces
configuration workload.

If the PATHTYPE type used by the IPPATH between the S1 and


X2 is set to QoS, the link configuration mode is mandatory.

The external template only support end point method

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Template Based Configuration


Local node
information

Peer node
information

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MML Based Configuration Link


Mode

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MML Based Configuration End Points


Mode

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OM Channel


OMCH IP: The local IP address of the remote maintenance


channel with the M2000

OMCH Mask

Local Maintenance

Remote Maintenance

LMT
M2000
Client
M2000 Server
Local OM IP

eNodeB

LMT

Remote OM IP

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or

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IP Clock Link

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Contents
2. Preparing eNodeB Data
2.1 Common Data (Global Data)
2.2 Equipment Data
2.3 Transport Data
2.4 Radio Data

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Radio Data Configuration Procedure


Start
Started

Cell basic parameters

RF engineering parameters

End

 Cell ID
 TA Code
 Sector ID
 System Bandwidth
 Frequency number
 CP type
 PCI
 Preamble format
 Root sequence
index
 ..

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Cell Basic Parameters




LocalCellID, CellName, CellID(Logical Cell ID)

TAC: Tracking area code

SectorId

DlEarfcn, UlEarfcn: Cell downlink/uplink frequency.

DlBandwidth, ULBandwidth: Cell Downlink/bandwidth

PCI : Physical cell identity (PCI). The value range is 0 to


503, which can be used in sequence. The CME
Automatically generates a PCI in an external template.
ReferenceSignalPw : Indicates the reference signal power
of the cell

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LTE Release 9 Bands


Band

Duplex

FDL_low

FDL_high

(MHz)

(MHz)

NOffs-DL

NDL

FUL_low

FUL_high

(MHz)

(MHz)

NOffs-UL

NUL

FDD

2110

2170

0-599

1920

1980

18000

18000-18599

FDD

1930

1990

600

600-1199

1850

1910

18600

18600-19199

FDD

1805

1880

1200

1200-1949

1710

1785

19200

19200-19949

FDD

2110

2155

1950

1950-2399

1710

1755

19950

19950-20399

FDD

869

894

2400

2400-2649

824

849

20400

20400-20649

FDD

875

885

2650

2650-2749

830

840

20650

20650-20749

FDD

2620

2690

2750

2750-3449

2500

2570

20750

FDD

925

960

3450

3450-3799

880

915

21450

21450-21799

FDD

1844.9

1879.9

3800

3800-4149

1749.9

1784.9

21800

21800-22149

10

FDD

2110

2170

4150

4150-4749

1710

1770

22150

22150-22749

11

FDD

1475.9

1500.9

4750

4750-4999

1427.9

1452.9

22750

22750-22999

12

FDD

728

746

5000

5000-5179

698

716

23000

23000-23179

13

FDD

746

756

5180

5180-5279

777

787

23180

23180-23279

14

FDD

758

768

5280

5280-5379

788

798

23280

23280-23379

17

FDD

734

746

5730

5730-5849

704

716

23730

23730-23849

33

TDD

1900

1920

26000

36000-36199 1900

1920

36000

36000-36199

34

TDD

2010

2025

26200

36200-36349 2010

2025

36200

36200-36349

35

TDD

1850

1910

26350

36350-36949 1850

1910

36350

36350-36949

36

TDD

1930

1990

26950

36950-37549 1930

1990

36950

36950-37549

37

TDD

1910

1930

27550

37550-37749 1910

1930

37550

37550-37749

38

TDD

2570

2620

27750

37750-38249 2570

2620

37750

37750-38249

39

TDD

1880

1920

28250

38250-38649 1880

1920

38250

38250-38649

40

TDD

2300

2400

28650

38650-39649 2300

2400

38650

38650-39649

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Carrier Frequency EARFCN


Calculation

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Example
100kHz Raster
Uplink

Downlink

1937.4MHz

2127.4MHz

Frequency

FDL = FDL_low + 0.1(NDL - NOffs-DL)


NDL =

NDL =

(FDL - FDL_low)
0.1

+ NOffs-DL

(2127.4 - 2110)
+ 0 = 174
0.1

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RF Engineering parameters
Start
Started








Cell basic parameters

RF engineering parameters

Longitude
Latitude
Azimuth
Down title
TxRx Mode
Customized cell template

End

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Neighbor Cell Data Configuration


Procedure
Start
Started

Cell basic information

 LTE->LTE intra-feq(Optional)
 LTE->LTE inter-feq)(Optional)
 LTE->UMTS (Optional)

(Optional)Neighbor Cell List

 LTE->CDMA2000(Optional)
 LTE->GERAN(Optional)

End

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Contents
1. eNodeB Data Configuration Introduction
2. Preparing eNodeB Data
3. Creating eNodeB Data
4. Checking Data
5. Exporting Data

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Contents
3. Creating eNodeB Data
3. 1 Create a single eNodeB
3. 2 Create eNodeB in Batches

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Basic Knowledge About the CME Data


Areas
The CME provides a current


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data area and multiple planned


data areas. Multi-area
management improves data
configuration efficiency and
enables several users to
configure the same NE at the
same time.
Current data area: stores the
configuration data on the live
network. The data can only be
viewed.
Planned data area: allows users
to plan and configure data. Users
can create multiple planned data
areas based on the data in the
current data area to perform
different configuration tasks.
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Creating a Planned Data Area


Set name

Set user group

Set access rights

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Opening a Planned Data Area

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Creating Initial Data of single eNodeB




To create a single eNodeB, you need to open a planned


area then start the wizard on the CME, fill the eNodeB basic
data, and select the corresponding template to finish the
creation.

Set product type

Set NE basic information

See next page


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Creating Initial Data of single


eNodeB(cont.)

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Configuring eNodeB Equipment Data

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Configuring eNodeB Transport Data

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Configuring eNodeB Radio Data

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Contents
3. Creating eNodeB Data
3. 1 Create a single eNodeB
3. 2 Create eNodeB in Batches

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Opening a Summary Data File

Select default or custom on required

Set path

See next page

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Customize Summary Data File


Create
empty sheet

Modify group
name

Check
rule

Deleted
selected
row

Sort by group

Set summary<->LLD

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Creating Base Station Using


Summary

Select summary
data file

See next page

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Creating Base Station Using


Summary(cont.)

Select the
base station

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Contents
1. eNodeB Data Configuration Introduction
2. Preparing eNodeB Data
3. Creating eNodeB Data
4. Checking Data
5. Exporting Data

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Description of Checking the data Correctness,


Integrity, and Consistency


Data correctness check:




Correctness is the basic rule for data of a single NE. If data that violates
the rule is delivered to the eNodeB, activation of the data fails.
The basic rule in the CME is consistent with that on NEs. The incorrect
data detected by the CME cannot be delivered to NEs.

Data integrity check:




Integrity is an enhanced rule supported by only the CME for data of a


single NE. This rule enables the CME to analyze the indispensable MOCs
from the service perspective.
Integrity is not a forcible constraint rule. Users determine whether to
forcibly deliver the data that violates the rule.

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Description of Checking the data


Correctness, Integrity, and
Consistency(cont.)


Data consistency check:




Consistency is an enhanced rule supported by only the CME for


data of multiple NEs. This rule enables the CME to check the
consistency of data among multiple NEs from the service
perspective.

Consistency is not a forcible constraint rule. Users determine


whether to forcibly deliver the data that violates the rule.

The prerequisite of the data consistency check is that data of


each single NE is correct.

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Checking the data Correctness and


Integrity

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Checking the data Consistency

See next
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Configuration

Checking the data Consistency(cont.)

Set rules
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Checking the data Consistency(cont.)

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Configuration

Recovering Data Based on the Consistency


Check Results


Recovery types:


AutoFix: Double-click a data record. > Select the recovery type. > Select AutoFix.


Refresh:


If Operation is set to AutoFix, the CME automatically recovers data. You do


not need to specify any information.

Specify the required information and enable the CME to recover data

Edit: Double-click a data record and modify data in the displayed MOC configuration
table.
None: The CME cannot automatically recover data. Manual data modification is
required.

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Contents
1. eNodeB Data Configuration Introduction
2. Preparing eNodeB Data
3. Creating eNodeB Data
4. Checking Data
5. Exporting Data

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Configuration

Exporting Auto Deployment Data

Select NE

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Exporting Auto Deployment Data(cont.)

Set export
path
Set data
check

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Configuration

Questions


Describe the main process of configuring eNodeB in batch.

Describe the main type of the template.

How to create single eNodeB in GUI

what type of summary template contains the data that need


to be negotiated with customer?

How to check and export the configuration data?

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