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Introduction

Introduction
This document provides an overview of procedures for the introduction of IP
Transport in Ericsson WCDMA RAN.
For a description of IP Transport Network, Transport services and RAN
topologies, refer to the document in Reference [1].

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IP Introduction Documentation Overview

IP Introduction Documentation Overview

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Procedure Overview

Procedure Overview
This chapter provides an overview of the procedures for IP introduction.TreSeuctioe

Procedure Overview

Migrate Iub

Procedure Overview

Introduction of IP Transport in WCDMA RANElement Manager. After configuring Mur, Iu and Iur interfaces are configuredthrough OSS-RC, using the ap

Procedure Overview

DSCP and VLAN plan, if applicable


The document in Reference [2] describes recommended IP Transport
Network configuration.

Network synchronization plan

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IP Introduction Use Cases

IP Introduction Use Cases


This chapter provides use cases for IP introduction: for the migration to IP and
for the connection of new IP nodes.

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The document in Reference [27] provides information on how to prepare


configuration files.
Cutover - in this phase, the files containing target configuration are activated.
The document in Reference [38] provides information on how to activate
planned configuration in OSS-RC.
Tidy up

IP Introduction Use Cases

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9. Create a CV in the RNC.


10. Remove ATM boards. The document in Reference [17] provides
information on how to remove a board.Note:

IP Introduction Use Cases

Decide on strategy for the Iur migration


The following are options, considering two RNC nodes, RNC A and RNC B,

IP Introduction Use Cases

the migration is executed. The document in Reference [14] provides


information on hardware configuration, board allocation and recommended
configuration and the document in Reference [21] provides information
on hardware dimensioning.

Review IP address plan. For more information on required IP addresses

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4.4

Migrate ATM RBS to IP

IP Introduction Use Cases

Review O&M network for the migration of Mub from IP over ATM to
IP over Ethernet

Review IP address plan. For more information, refer to the documeno/1.8068]TJ0841.0

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IP

IP Introduction Use Cases

to the Ethernet infrastructure at the same time. In this case the procedure
for ATM -> Dual stack can be used.
If ARW is used for the migration in OSS, and there is a need to perform
coordinated site activities (such as replacement of boards or cabling) there are
some additional constraints:

The on-site configuration must to be performed first since the ET-MFX is


assumed to be configured before ARW is run

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1. Configure ATM link on the CBU or ATM ET board, network synchronization


and Mub (for IP over ATM) in the RBS
Note:

IP Introduction Use Cases

Note:

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Note:

The document in Reference [38] provides information on planned


configuration.

2. Activate configuration files containing data for ATM-based Iub in RNC,


RBS and intermediate nodes (if applicable), isning
OSS-RC,n
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Decide the number of nodes to be migrated per maintenance window


Note:

IP Introduction Use Cases

7. Activate configuration files containing data for Iub in RBS using OSS-RC,

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4.10.2

Procedure

Glossary

Glossary

All acronyms and terms used in this


description are listed in Reference [3].

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Reference List

Reference List

RAN System:
[1]

Transport Network Functionality, 138/1551-HSD 101 02/7

[2]

IP Transport Network Configuration, 5/1553-HSD 101 02/7

[3]

Glossary of Terms and Acronyms, 1/0033-HSD 101 02/7

[4]

IP Infrastructure for O&M, 2/1553-HSD 101 02/7

[5]

n0.3a(ioripnfiguration)]TJ/F8.636415.70350TD5SD 138/15ctur4 02/79068-18.0358-2.1686TD([5])Tj/F31Tf2.3320nch

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[22] Element Manager Wizards, 30/1543-CRH 109 121/1


[23] Migrate RBS on Site, Pre-configuration Phase, 897/1543-HRB 105 102/1
[24] Migrate RBS on Site, Tidy Up Phase, 898/1543-HRB 105 102/1
[25] File Descriptions for Site Configuration, 122/1551-HRB 105 102/1
[26] On-site integration RBS (P7.0) or Integrating RBSs On-Site (P7.1),
944/1543-HRB 105 102/1 (P7.0) or 68/1543-LZA 701 6003 (P7.1)
OSS-RC:
[27] BCG, Bulk Configuration General and Transport, User Guide, 2/1553-APR
901 0287
[28] Add RBS Wizard Configuration User Guide, 9/1553-APR 901 0035
[29] BCG, Bulk Configuration General, Function Description, 1/155 34-APR
901 0287
[30] ARNE User Guide, 1553-APR 901 972
[31] SMO, Software Management Organizer, User Guide, 1553-APR 901 0135
[32] WCDMA RAN Explorer, User Guide, 1/1553-APR 901 0015
[33] COMINF Dimensioning and Deployment Guidelines, 2/127 01-APR 901
0124
[34] Migrate RBS with ARW, Overview, 39/1543-4/AOM 901 046
[35] Migrate RBS with ARW, Preparation, 40/1543-4/AOM 901 046
[36] Migrate RBS with ARW, Execution, 41/1543-4/AOM 901 046
[37] Migrate RBS with ARW, Tidy Up, 42/1543-4/AOM 901 046

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[45] Integrate RBS with Add RBS Wizard