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Moshell

Commands
Introduction

Moshell is a command interface to access the Network


Nodes. Normally we use Moshell to change parameters,
get dumps from the Network Nodes, collect performance
counters, lock and unlock cells, get alarms, get
instantaneous cell information and another many actions
that can be sent to the network elements such as, restart,
calibrate the RET Device, Start hardware test,
etc.

Using Moshell, RF Engineers can save a lot of time and


money when analyzing counters and running scripts from
the office.

Logging in to a Node
The first step to start using moshell is to log in to a node:
Usage: ./moshell nodename or node ipddress
Examples:
Logging in to a RNC

Logging in to a Node B:

BASIC MO COMMANDS lt/ltc[1-9]


To read the list of MOs in the store in moshell memory.
Most common is to use lt all.
Example: lt

BASIC MO COMMANDS lt

Loading the MO RbsLocalCell

BASIC MO COMMANDS get/lget


Reads attribute(s) from MO(s).
Usage: lget MO Atribute
Examples: lget

BASIC MO COMMANDS st/lst


Prints administrative state and operational state of MO's

Usage: st MO
Example: st
UER1463_JOUHAYNA_IBS> st AiDevice
OR

BASIC MO COMMANDS set[m]/lset[m]


Set an attribute value on one or several MOs
Getting the MO, the Attriute and the Value:

Usage: lset MO attribute Value


Setting the values on one MO (electricalantennatilt)

OTHER MO COMMANDS inv[hr]


Complete HW/SW inventory. Includes information about RPUs,
licensing, JVM, devices,XPs, ISL, etc.
Usage inv

OTHER MO COMMANDS str


Print status of the IubLinks/AbisLinks and their
associated Cells and Channels
Example

OTHER MO COMMANDS al[atk]


Print the list of active alarms. Acknowledge/Unacknowledge an
alarm

OTHER MO COMMANDS lg[aevsmircdyuolh]


Fetching and/or processing of node logs (alarm, event,
availability, system, etc) .
Most common lga Alarm Log
Getting the Alarm Log for a site
Usage lgar startdate enddate
UER1463_JOUHAYNA_IBS> lgar 20142011 201422111
OTHER MO COMMANDS cab[slxradgtm]
Display printouts relating to hw, sw, restarts, leds, cpu
load, errors, disk/ram usage.
Usage: cabx