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ZXUN USPP

Universal Subscriber Profile Platform

Training Manual
Basic Data Configuration

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Contents

ZXUN USPP Basic Data Configuration ........................... 1


1 Introduction to UDS Configuration ............................ 2
1.1 UDS Configuration Flow .......................................................... 2
1.2 Uploading Configuration Data on EMS....................................... 3

2 OMM Access Configuration ........................................ 7


2.1 Loading the License File.......................................................... 7
2.2 Creating a USPP .................................................................... 9
2.3 Creating a Network Element Agent..........................................10
2.4 Starting a Network Element Agent ..........................................12
2.5 Updating USPP .....................................................................13
2.6 Validating the License ...........................................................14
2.7 Uploading the License to OMM Server......................................15
2.8 Adding a Network Element on OMM.........................................16
2.9 Adding a USPP Physical Office ................................................18
2.10 Loading the Schema............................................................18

3 UDS Device Configuration........................................ 21


3.1 Adding a Database Node .......................................................21
3.2 DSA Node Configuration ........................................................24
3.2.1 Adding a DSA Node ......................................................24
3.2.2 Setting DSA Node Options .............................................26
3.2.3 Setting DSA Node Storage Configuration .........................28
3.3 DSA Configuration ................................................................30
3.3.1 Adding a DSA ..............................................................30
3.3.2 Adding a DSA Member ..................................................32
3.3.3 Setting DSA Options .....................................................34
3.3.4 Adding Subscriber Table Capacity ...................................35
3.4 DSA Group Configuration .......................................................37
3.4.1 Adding an ID DSA Group ...............................................37
3.4.2 Distributing Numbers to an ID DSA.................................38
3.4.3 Adding a P DSA Group ..................................................40
3.5 UDS Parameters Configuration ...............................................41
3.5.1 Setting UDS Load Control ..............................................41

3.5.2 Setting UDS Parameters ................................................42


3.5.3 Setting the Capacity of a Configuration Table ...................46
3.5.4 Setting the Capacity Scale of a Subscriber Data
Table .............................................................................................47
3.6 Adding a DUA Node ..............................................................49
3.7 Adding a Monitoring Center....................................................50

4 Introduction to Physical Data Configuration............ 53


4.1 Physical Configuration Flow ....................................................53
4.2 Uploading Configuration Data .................................................55

5 Physical Configuration............................................. 57
5.1 Concepts on Physical Configuration .........................................57
5.2 Adding a Rack ......................................................................59
5.3 Adding a Shelf .....................................................................60
5.4 Adding a Unit .......................................................................61
5.5 Adding a Module...................................................................63
5.6 Configuring TCP Transfer for TIPI ............................................65
5.7 Setting the IP of the OMP module ...........................................67

6 Server Node Configuration ...................................... 69


6.1 Adding a DBIO/DSA/DST Node ...............................................69
6.2 Setting the Connection Between a Service Server Node and
the OMM ........................................................................................70

7 Office Configuration................................................. 73
7.1 Creating Signaling Points of the Local Office .............................73
7.2 Configuring the Local Office ...................................................75
7.3 Adding an Adjacent Office......................................................77

8 Signaling Configuration ........................................... 83


8.1 SIGTRAN Configuration .........................................................83
8.1.1 Adding an SCTP Basic Connection ...................................83
8.1.2 Adding an ASP .............................................................87
8.1.3 Adding an AS...............................................................88
8.1.4 Adding an M3UA Static Route.........................................90
8.1.5 Adding an SIO Location AS ............................................91
8.2 MTP Configuration ................................................................93
8.2.1 Adding a Signaling Link Set ...........................................93
8.2.2 Adding an E1 Signaling Link...........................................95
8.2.3 Adding a Signaling Route...............................................98
8.2.4 Adding a Signaling Office............................................. 100
8.3 SCCP Configuration............................................................. 102
8.3.1 SCCP Related Concepts ............................................... 102

8.3.2 Adding a GT Translation Selector .................................. 102


8.3.3 Adding GT Translation Data.......................................... 105

9 IP Stack Configuration ...........................................111


9.1 Checking IPv4 Interface Information ..................................... 111
9.2 Entering Interface Configuration Mode................................... 112
9.3 Entering Loopback Interface Configuration Mode ..................... 114
9.4 Configuring Interface IP Address........................................... 115
9.5 Adding a Group of Active/Standby Interfaces.......................... 117
9.6 Configuring Static Route ...................................................... 118

10 Administration Domain Data Configuration


Flow ..........................................................................123
10.1 Administration Domain Data Configuration ........................... 123

11 Administration Domain Basic Data Configuration ...........................................................................125


11.1 Adding an Administration Domain ....................................... 125
11.2 Configuring Relation Between Administration Domain and
DUA............................................................................................. 128
11.3 Adding Administration Domain Function ............................... 129
11.4 Adding Administration Domain Capacity ............................... 130

12 Subscriber Data Distribution Configuration ..........133


12.1 Configuring Relation Between PDSA Group and Administration
Domain ........................................................................................ 133
12.2 Adding a Physical Number Segment for an Administration
Domain ........................................................................................ 134
12.3 Adding a Logical Number Segment for an Administration
Domain ........................................................................................ 136
12.4 Distributing a Physical Number Segment to an ID DSA
Group .......................................................................................... 137
12.5 Distributing a Logical Number Segment to an ID DSA
Group .......................................................................................... 139
12.6 Distributing a Physical Number Segment to a P DSA
Group .......................................................................................... 140

13 Agent Resource Configuration ..............................143


13.1 Adding an Agent Number Segment Group ............................ 143
13.2 Adding an Agent Physical Number Segment.......................... 144
13.3 Adding an Agent Logical Number Segment ........................... 146
13.4 Adding an Operator Role .................................................... 147
13.5 Adding an Operator........................................................... 149

14 Data Transfer .......................................................151

14.1 Uploading Configuration Data ............................................. 151

Glossary ....................................................................155

USPP_DC001_E1_0

ZXUN USPP Basic Data


Configuration
After you have completed this course, you
will be able to:
>> Master UDS Data Configuration
>> Master Physcal Data Configuration
>> Master Administration Domain Data
Configuration

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Chapter 1 Introduction to UDS


Configuration
After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> UDS Configuration Flow
>> Uploading Configuration Data on EMS

1.1 UDS Configuration Flow


The ZXUN USPP configuration flow is shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 1 ZXUN USPP CONFIGURATION FLOW

The recommended UDS configuration flow is shown in the following


figure.

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FIGURE 2 UDS CONFIGURATION FLOW

1.2 Uploading Configuration Data


on EMS
Prerequisites

Context

The license is validated and uploaded to the OMM network


management system for synchronization.

The EMS network management system is working properly.

The OMM network management system is working properly.

The communication between the EMS and the OMM is normal.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

UDS configuration and administration domain configuration are


performed on EMS. And the configuration data should be uploaded
to the OMM network management system, FE and UDS. This topic
introduces the procedure to upload the data.
You may upload the data immediately after you have made some
data configuration or when you finished all the UDS data configuration.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > Daily Maintenance to open the Daily Maintenance window.
2. Select Daily Maintenance > USPP > Data Maintenance >
Data Sync from the navigation tree to open the window shown
in the following figure.

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FIGURE 3 DATA SYNC

3. Set the data synchronization parameters by referring to the


following table.
TABLE 1 DATA SYNCHRONIZATION PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description
Synchronization type

Operate Type

Changed Tables refer to the tables of configuration data that have


been changed since last synchronization.
All Tables refer to all the tables of configuration data on the EMS.

Sync Option

Sync OMM uploads the configuration data on EMS to the OMM network
management system only.
Sync MP uploads the configuration data on EMS to both the OMM
network management system and the foreground MPs.

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Parameter

Options

Timeout (100ms)

Description
Save: Whether data are saved at once on each module after the
uploading
Toslave: Whether data are synchronized at once to each backup node
after the uploading
The upload request times out if the front-end processor does not make
any response in this period of time.
Range: 16000, default: 600

4. Select the Sync By Vhlr (sync by administration domain) or


the Sync By Bureau (sync by office) tab, and select the administration domains or offices whose configuration data are
to be uploaded.
5. Click the Execute button to upload the data.
6. Click the Sync Process Info tab to check the messages returned during the upload process.
7. Click the Sync Result Info tab to confirm that the upload has
succeeded.
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Chapter 2 OMM Access


Configuration
After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> Loading the License File
>> Creating a USPP
>> Creating a Network Element Agent
>> Starting a Network Element Agent
>> Updating USPP
>> Validating the License
>> Uploading the License to OMM Server
>> Adding a Network Element on OMM
>> Adding a USPP Physical Office
>> Loading the Schema

2.1 Loading the License File


Prerequisites

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The OMM network management system working properly.

The License file is ready.

Context

Loading the License file onto the EMS server is to save the License
file into the related folder, so that the License may be validated
later.

Steps

1. On the NetnumenTM M31 main window, select menu Views


> License Management to open the License Management
window.
2. On the License tab, select the NetNumen node.
(Update License
3. On the License Detail Info tabe, click the
Info) button to open the Please Choose License File dialogue
box as shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 4 CHOOSE LICENSE FILE

4. Select the License file and click Open.


END
Result

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When the License is loaded, the window is as shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 5 LICENSE INFORMATION

But the License can not be validated.

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Postrequisite

Create USPP nodes.

2.2 Creating a USPP


Prerequisites

The License file is already loaded.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The OMM network management system working properly.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to create a USPP according to


the networking plan, that is, to create a network element node on
the EMS.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the NetNumen node.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select USPP CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT > USPP NODE CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT > CREATE USPP (CREATE USPP) to
open the command interface shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 6 CREATE USPP COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 2 CREATE USPP PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

TYPE

Subtype of the office


to select. The types must be one
Click the
that the License supports.
This parameter supports multiple instance, which
can only be added and can not be removed.

USERLABEL

Alias of this USPP, range: 050 characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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Create network element agents.

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2.3 Creating a Network Element


Agent
Prerequisites

Context

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The OMM network management system working properly.

The USPP is already configured.

The EMS network management system accesses OMM network


management systems (each appears as a network element agent
on the EMS) through CORBA for integrated management including
topology management, alarm management, report management,
security management, log management, and MML.
This topic describes the procedure to create a network element
agent on the EMS.

Steps

1. On the NetnumenTM M31 main window, select menu Views


> Topology Management to open the Topology Management window.
2. On the Physical View tab, right-click the NetNumen node
and then select Create NE Agent from the pop-up menu to
open the Create NE Agent window shown in the following
figure.

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FIGURE 7 CREATE NE AGENT

3. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 3 PARAMETERS FOR CREATING NE AGENT
Parameter
Basic
Attributes

Description
Name

Name of the OMM server, 050


characters

Vendor

Name of the vendor of the OMM


server, 0100 characters

IP Address

IP address of the OMM server, IPv4


type

Version

Version of the OMM server, 050


characters

Location

Location of the OMM server, 0100


characters

Memo

Additional information of the


network element agent, 0200
characters

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Parameter
Extended
Attributes

Description
Port

Set it to 21125.

Protocol Type

Set it to Socket.

FTP Port

Set it to 21.

4. Click OK.
END
Postrequisite

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Start the network element agent.

2.4 Starting a Network Element


Agent
Prerequisites

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The OMM network management system working properly.

The network element agent is already created.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to start a network element


agent so that the OMM is accessed by the EMS.

Steps

1. On the NetnumenTM M31 main window, select menu Views


> Topology Management to open the Topology Management window.
2. On the Physical View tab, right-click the NE agent under the
NetNumen node, and then select NE Agent Management >
Start from the pop-up menu.
END

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After the NE agent has started up, you may see on the Physical View tab the lower topological levels of this NE. And the link
between the EMS and the NE agent displayed on the right pane
of the Topology Management window is green, as shown in the
following figure.

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FIGURE 8 NE AGENT LINK STATE

Postrequisite

Update the USPP.

2.5 Updating USPP


Prerequisites

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The OMM network management system working properly.

The NE agent has started up.

Context

Updating USPP is to query and get the latest version of the OMM.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the NetNumen node.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select USPP CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT > USPP SNO MANAGEMENT
> SHOW USPP SNO to open the SHOW USPPSNO command
interface.
4. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to query the latest
version of the OMM.
5. On the MML commands navigation tree, select USPP CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT > USPP SNO MANAGEMENT
> UPDATE USPP to open the command interface shown in the
following figure.

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FIGURE 9 UPDATE USPP COMMAND INTERFACE

6. Set SNO (USPP version) to the latest version obtained by the


SHOW USPPSNO command.
7. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.
END
Postrequisite

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Validate the License.

2.6 Validating the License


Prerequisites

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The OMM network management system working properly.

The USPP have been updated.

The License is already loaded.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to validate the License already


loaded onto the EMS server.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > License Management to open the License Management window.
2. On the License tab, select the NetNumen node.
(License Info
3. On the License Detail Info tab, click the
Enable) button. The Please be sure the following modifications become effective window appears, as shown in the
following figure.

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FIGURE 10 LICENSE INFORMATION TO VALIDATE

4. Select Show All License Item. If the license information is in


red, it means that the License is not valid. Click OK to validate
the license.
END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Upload the License to the OMM server.

2.7 Uploading the License to OMM


Server
Prerequisites

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The OMM network management system working properly.

The License is validated on the EMS.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to upload the license to the


OMM server so that the license information takes effect on the
OMM server.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > License Management to open the License Management window.
2. On the License tab, select the NetNumen node.

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3. On the License Detail Info tab, click the


(License Info
Synchronization) button to open the License Info Synchronization window as shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 11 LICENSE INFO SYNCHRONIZATION

4. Select the OMM server from the AMO List and click
to move
it to the Preparation synchronized AMO list, and then click
OK.
END
Postrequisite

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Configure the NE on the OMM.

Configure the USPP physical office on the EMS.

2.8 Adding a Network Element on


OMM
Prerequisites

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The license on the OMM has been synchronized with the License
on the EMS.

You have logged into the OMM network management system.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to add a new NE on the OMM,


which is the first step of data configuration for commissioning. After an NE is created, other data configuration can be performed
on this office.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM)M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.

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2. Select root from the NetNumen navigation tree.


3. On the MML Commands navigation tree, select System
Maintenance > Net Element Configuration > Create
Management Configuration (ADD NE) to open the command interface shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 12 ADD NE COMMAND INTERFACE

TABLE 4 PARAMETER DESCRIPTION OF ADD NE COMMAND


Parameter

Description

Bureau No.

Office ID, a unique identification of the office,


range: 1254
Set it according to your networking plan.

Bureau Type

Type of the network element,


Click the
to select. The types must be one
that the License supports.
This parameter supports multiple instance,
which can only be added and can not be
removed.

Vendor

Equipment Vendor
Range: 050 characters

User State

User-defined state
Range: 065535

Position

Location of the equipment


Optional parameter, range: 150 characters

User Label

Alias of this NE, range: 050 characters

4. Set the parameters.


5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.
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2.9 Adding a USPP Physical Office


Prerequisites

The network element is already created on the OMM.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The OMM network management system working properly.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to create a physical office on


the USPP.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the NetNumen node.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select USPP CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT > USPP NE CONFIGURATION
MANAGEMENT > ADD USPPNE (ADD USPPNE) to open
the command interface shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 13 ADD USPPNE COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 5 ADD USPPNE PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

AMO NAME

Name of the AMO (the network element managed


by the OMM) that the EMS access. Range: 0100
characters
Set it according to your networking plan.

BNO

Office ID of the network element managed by


the OMM, range: 1254
Set it according to your networking plan.

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

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Load the Schema.

2.10 Loading the Schema


Prerequisites

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You have logged into the EMS network management system.

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Context

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

File mmlbatch.txt for loading Schema is ready.

The Schema describes the data stored on UDS, and functions as a


data dictionary in RDBMS.
This topic describes the procedure to upload the UDS data
(Schema) onto the EMS server. The EMS server will then upload
them onto the UDS subsystem through data transfer, so that the
master Schema thread may modify or add memory database
objects according to the new Schema.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select menu Operation > Batch to open the Batch window.
3. Click the
(Import File) button to select and import the batch
commands file of Schema, for example, zxver\setup\windows\schema\mmlbatch.txt in the folder of ZXUN USPP installation files, as shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 14 IMPORTING COMMANDS FOR LOADING SCHEMA

4. Click the
batch.

(Run Batch) button to execute the commands in

5. Perform the following operations to confirm the loading.


i.

Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration >


Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP
command.

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ii. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML


Commands > UDS Dev Configuration > Show UDS
Dev > Show Schema Version Configuration (SHOW
SCHVER) to open the command interface.
iii. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this
command.
The result is as shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 15 RESULT OF QUERYING SCHEMA VERSION

iv. Confirm that the latest version is what has been uploaded.
END
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Add database node.

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Configuration
After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> Adding a Database Node
>> DSA Node Configuration
>> DSA Configuration
>> DSA Group Configuration
>> UDS Parameters Configuration
>> Adding a DUA Node
>> Adding a Monitoring Center

3.1 Adding a Database Node


Prerequisites

The Schema of a correct version is already loaded.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to add a database node for the
UDS subsystem. The database node may be for local storage or
transfer. The database node information is required to connect the
database when DSA nodes are starting up.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.
3. On the MML commands tree, select MML Commands > UDS
Dev Configuration > Database Node Configuration >
Create Database Node Configuration (ADD DBNODE) to
open the command interface shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 16 ADD DBNODE COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 6 ADD DBNODE PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

DB ID

ID of the database node, integer type, range:


165535
For convenience of use, the ID of the DSA or DST
node is recommended to be used as the DB ID.

Database Type

Options: Oracle, SQL Server


Set it according to your networking plan.

User Name

User name used to access the database, string


type, 120 characters
Set it according to your networking plan.

Password

Password of the user name used to access the


database, string type, 120 characters
Set it according to your networking plan.

DB Name

Name of the database (generally same as the


database instance), string type, 030 characters
Set it according to your networking plan.

Connection
Service

Network service name accessing the database,


string type, 035 characters
Set it according to your networking plan.

DB IP

IP address of the database server


Set it according to your networking plan.

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Parameter

Description

Slave
Connection
Service 1

Name of the first backup network service


accessing the database, string type, 035
characters
Not required if no standby server

Slave DB IP 1

IP address of the first backup database server


Not required if no standby server

Slave
Connection
Service 2

Name of the second backup network service


Backup network service name accessing the
database, string type, 035 characters
Not required if no standby server

Slave DB IP 2

IP address of the second backup database server


Not required if no standby server

DBA Password

If the database is SQL Server, it is the password


for user sa.
If the database is Oracle, it is the password for
user sys.
String type, 020 characters
Set it according to your networking plan.

SYSTEM
Password

Password for user system, valid when the


database is Oracle, string type, 020 characters
Set it according to your networking plan.

User Label

Alias of this configuration item, string type, 050


characters

Note:
To avoid trouble caused by wrong database parameters, it is
recommended that you test the settings using the tools of the
database before adding the database node.
The local Net service of the database need also be configured
on the computers where the UDS node is on.
5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.
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Postrequisite

Add DSA nodes.

3.2 DSA Node Configuration


3.2.1 Adding a DSA Node
Prerequisites

Context

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

The blade server which the UDS subsystem is to be mounted


on as planed is already installed.

The database node is configured.

The UDS subsystem consists of one or more DSAs (DSA clusters,


to be precise). A DSA cluster may consist of 180 DSA nodes.
There are two types of DSAs in a UDS subsystem, Identity DSA
(ID DSA) and Profile DSA (PDSA). For the data of a subscriber, the
referral data are stored on ID DSA, and alias and other subscriber
data are stored on PDSA. The referral data enable the system to
locate by subscriber ID the PDSA where the subscriber data are
stored.
This topic describes the procedure to create a DSA node.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > UDS Dev Configuration > DSA Node Configuration > DSA Node Configuration > Create DSA Node Configuration (ADD DSANODE) to open the command interface
shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 17 ADD DSANODE COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 7 ADD DSANODE PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

DSA Node ID

ID of the DSA node to create, integer type,


range: 14000
Set it according to your networking plan.

Relating
Bureau

ID of the physical office that the DSA node


belongs to, integer type, range: 1254
Set it according to your networking plan.

Module

Module No. of this DSA node


It should be identical of the module number on
the OMM network management system.

Module Type

Module type of this DSA node


IDDSA: Identity DSA
PDSA: Profile DSA
SAVE: DST (transfer node)

IP Type

IP address type of this DSA node, options: IPV4,


IPV6
Set it according to the local IP planed for this
DSA node.

Internal IP
Address
Internal Port

IP address of this DSA node for internal access


Set it according to your networking plan.
Port No. of this DSA node for internal access,
default: 5057
Set it according to your networking plan.

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Parameter

Description

External IP
Address

IP address of this DSA node for external access

External Port

Port No. of this DSA node for external access,


default: 5057

In case of intra-office networking, the external


IP address should be identical with the internal
IP address.

In case of intra-office networking, the external


port No. should be identical with the internal port
No.
User Label

Alias of this DSA node, string type, range: 050


characters
For convenience of understanding, the alias
may be set in OfficeID-DSA node type-ModuleID
format, for example, 29-pdsa-3.

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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Set DSA node options.

3.2.2 Setting DSA Node Options


Prerequisites

The DSA node configuration is complete.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to change DSA node properties,


for example, the paging file size.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.
3. On the MML commands tree, select MML Commands > UDS
Dev Configuration > DSA Node Configuration > DSA
Node Option Configuration (SET DSANODEOPT) to open
the command interface shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 18 SET DSANODEOPT COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 8 SET DSANODEOPT PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

DSA Node ID

ID of the DSA whose options are to be modified,


integer type, range: 14000

Run
Environment

DSA may run on an MP on the foreground or a


server, which may be a blade server.

Small Page
Size (KB)

Size of a small memory page of the memory pool,


integer type, range: 116, unit: KB
It must be larger than Big page Size.
The memory pool is a memory area for saving
data during the process of LDAP request or DSP
request.
To avoid waste of memory, the system needs to
assign a memory area of proper size according to
the data to be handled. Therefore, Small Page
Size and Big page Size need be set.
Be cautions to change this setting, and consult
ZTE before you change it.

Small Page
Num

Number of small memory pages in the memory


pool, integer type, range: 010000
It need be set according to the processing
capacity of the system. If you really need to
change the setting, contact ZTE for advice before
doing so.

Big page Size


(KB)

Size of a big memory page, integer type, range:


3264, unit: KB

Big Page Num

Number of big memory pages in the memory


pool, integer type, range: 11000

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Parameter

Description

Server Thread
Num

The number of threads that may parallelly


process transactions in directory services.
If the DSA node is running on MP, the number of
directory service threads can only be 1.
If the DSA node is running on server, the number
of directory service threads can be 010.

The total
number of DIR
transaction
data area

Total number directory transaction data areas,


integer type, range: 14000

The Max
Number of
Received
Message Per
Second

Maximum number of messages that this DSA


node can process every second, integer type,
range: 065535

The Max
Number
of Check
Resource

Maximum number of Check resources, integer


type, range: 0127

User Label

Alias of this configuration item, string type, 050


characters

When the DSA node receives one more message


than the number, it sends error message to the
DUA.

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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Perform DSA node storage configuration.

3.2.3 Setting DSA Node Storage


Configuration
Prerequisites

Context

The DSA node options are correct.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

A UDS subsystem consists of DSA nodes, a DST node (for data


storage and transfer) and a monitor center. The DST node provides
data persistence for one or more DSA nodes. Data are stored on
the disk array connected to the blade server on which the DST node
is located. The DSA nodes cooperate with the storage subsystem
of the DST node to realize data persistence.
This topic describes the procedure to set the storage mode of DSA
nodes and the transferring of database node information.

Steps

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2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.
3. On the MML commands tree, select MML Commands > UDS
Dev Configuration > DSA Node Configuration > DSA
Node Storage Configuration > Create DSA Node Storage
Configuration (ADD DSANODESAV) to open the command
interface shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 19 ADD DSANODESAV COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 9 ADD DSANODESAV PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

DSA Node ID

ID of the DSA node that the storage configuration


is for, integer type, range: 14000

Store Type

Storage type of this DSA node:

NOSAVE: Select in case that this node does


not need data persistence, and data are only
stored in the memory database.

LOCAL: Select in case that this node writes


data into the physical database.

REMOTE: Select in case that this node uses


the DST node for data persistence.

Set it according to your networking plan.


Generally, for ID DSA and P DSA, this parameter
is set to REMOTE; and for DST it is sent to LOCAL.
Store Style

Storage mode of the DSA node:

FILE: Stored in files

DB: Stored in database

Valid only when Store Type is LOCAL.


Store Node ID

ID of the DST node


Valid only when Store Type is REMOTE.
Integer type, range: 165535

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Parameter

Description

File Path

Path of files for storage purpose


String type, range: 049 characters
Valid only when Store Type is LOCAL and Store
Style is FILE.

DB ID

ID of the database for storage purpose


Integer type, range: 165535
Valid only when Store Type is LOCAL and Store
Style is DB.

Backup Time
Every Day

Scheduled time for daily data backup, default:


03:00
Valid only when Store Type is LOCAL.

User Label

Alias of this configuration item, string type, 050


characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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Add DSA.

3.3 DSA Configuration


3.3.1 Adding a DSA
Prerequisites

Context

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

The DSA node storage configuration is complete.

The UDS subsystem consists of one or more DSAs (DSA clusters,


to be precise). A DSA cluster may consist of 180 DSA nodes.
This topic describes the procedure to create a DSA.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > UDS Dev Configuration > DSA Configuration
> DSA Configuration > Create DSA Configuration (ADD
DSA) to open the command interface shown in the following
figure.

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FIGURE 20 ADD DSA COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 10 ADD DSA PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

DSA ID

ID of the DSA to create, integer type, range:


1999
Set it according to your networking plan.

DSA Type

ID of the DSA to create


A DSA may be of ID DSA, PDSA, or ID
DSAandPDSA type.
DSA nodes of a DSA must be of the same type of
the DSA. Set it according to your networking plan.

ID DSA
Number Type

Home Bureau
No. 1

Required if this is an ID DSA


An ID DSA may have numbers of more than one
type. Set it according to your networking plan.
ID of the primary home office of this DSA, integer
type, range: 1254
In case of intra-office networking, the home
office should be the local office.
In case of intra-office networking, the home
office should be one of the offices.
For a DSA cluster, the home office should be the
office that has the maximum number of primary
nodes.

Home Bureau
No. 2

ID of the secondary home office of this DSA,


integer type, range: 1254
In case of failure on the monitoring center of the
primary home office, the monitoring center of the
secondary home office will take over.
Set it according to your networking plan.

The election
mode PDS

Wether allow the monitoring center to select a


new primary node in case of failure in primary
node, default: Yes
Set it according to your networking plan.

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Parameter

Description

DSA Node ID
of Master DST

ID of the master DST node, range: 04000

User Label

Alias of this DSA, string type, range: 150


characters

Select one from the DST nodes already configured


according to your networking plan.

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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Add DSA members.

3.3.2 Adding a DSA Member


Prerequisites

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

The DSA configuration is complete.

The Schema has been uploaded, and you have known its version.

Context

Adding a DSA member is to add a DSA node to a DSA cluster, and


to set the message distribution proportion and node level for this
DSA node.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > UDS Dev Configuration > DSA Configuration >
DSA Member Configuration > Create DSA Member Configuration (ADD DSACLU) to open the command interface
shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 21 ADD DSACLU COMMAND INTERFACE

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4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 11 ADD DSACLU PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

DSA Node ID

ID of the DSA node created by the ADD


DSANODE, integer type, range: 14000
Set it according to your networking plan.

DSA ID

ID of the DSA cluster (created by the ADD DSA)


that this DSA node belongs to, integer type,
range: 1999
Set it according to your networking plan.

Schema
Version

Schema version of this DSA node, acquired by


the SHOW SCHVER command, string type,
range: 19 characters
Set it according to your networking plan.

Node Level

Level of this DSA node, options: level 1, leve 2,


default: level 1
A level1 DSA node keeps real-time data
synchronous with the main node. In case of a
failure in the main node, the monitoring center
prefers to select a level-1 node as the new main
node. Level-1 nodes are generally deployed at a
same place with the main node.
For two DSA nodes of a DSA that to be working in
a load-sharing or inter-backup mode, they should
be both set as level-1 nodes. For two DSA nodes
of a DSA that to be working in an active/standby
mode, one node may be set as a level-2 node by
considering the time delay.
When the main node is working, it does not need
to wait for the response from level-2 nodes.
Set it according to your networking plan.

Dealing
Message
Capacity

Distribution proportion of messages, i.e.


percentage of messages distributed to this DSA
node, integer type, range: 1100
The total of all DSA nodes should be 100. Set it
according to your networking plan.

User Label

Alias of this DSA member, string type, 050


characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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3.3.3 Setting DSA Options


Prerequisites

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

The DSA member configuration is complete.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to modify DSA attributes, for


example, data persistence policy and consistency policy.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > UDS Dev Configuration > DSA Configuration >
DSA Option Configuration > Modify DSA Option Configuration (SET DSAOPT) to open the command interface shown
in the following figure.

FIGURE 22 SET DSAOPT COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 12 SET DSAOPT PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

DSA ID

ID of the DSA to modify, integer type, range:


1999
Set it according to your networking plan.

Min Sync Num

The minimum number of primary nodes


that returns a message notifying real-time
synchronization success, range: 1999
A synchronization operation succeeds only when
at least this number of primary nodes have
returned success.
In case of root node only (no subnode), it must
be set to 0.

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Parameter

Description

Durable Flag
For Provision

Whether the directory service process needs to


wait for a response message about the data
persistence
The data reliability may be higher if it is set to
Yes.
Set it according to your networking plan.

Durable Policy

Consistent
Policy

User Label

Data persistency policy

NODUR(No Durable): No data persistency


will be done when a transaction is submitted.
The storage subsystem performs scheduled
data persistency from logs. This policy has
the highest processing capacity.

DUR(Durable): Data persistency is done


when a transaction is submitted. The data
are written into the storage medium. The
transaction fails if the data persistency fails.

FLXDUR(Flexible Durable): Depending on


DUA configuration of data persistency

Data consistency policy, valid when the DSA has


an SUDS (standby and out-of-sync) node.

SWSUDS(Service When SUDS): Data


query will be done on standby and out-of-sync
nodes also.

OSWSUDS(Out of Service When SUDS):


Data query will not be done on standby and
out-of-sync nodes.

Alias of this configuration item, string type, 050


characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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Add subscriber table capacity.

3.3.4 Adding Subscriber Table


Capacity
Prerequisites

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

The DSA member configuration and DSA options configuration


are complete.

Context

Subscriber table capacity should be configured on each DSA node


for each type of subscriber that ZXUN USPP supports.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.

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2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.
3. On the MML commands tree, select MML Commands > UDS
Dev Configuration > DSA Configuration > DSA Subscriber Capacity Configuration > Create DSA Subscriber
Capacity Configuration to open the command interface
shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 23 ADD CAPSUB COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 13 ADD CAPSUB PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

DSA ID

ID of the DSA that the subscriber table capacity


is to be created for, integer type, range: 1999
It must be one already created by the ADD DSA
Set it according to your networking plan.

Base Table
Name

The subscriber table that this DSA supports. A


DSA may support only one type of NE.
Set it according to your networking plan.

Capacity

Capacity of the selected table, integer type,


range: 04294967295
The table capacity of a DSA should not exceed
the number of subscribers that the DSA may
handle. The total of all subscriber capacities on
all P DSA nodes should not exceed the limit of
License. The total of all subscriber capacities on
all ID DSA nodes should not exceed the limit of
License either.
Set it according to your networking plan.

User Label

Alias of this capacity setting, string type, 050


characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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3.4 DSA Group Configuration


3.4.1 Adding an ID DSA Group
Prerequisites

Context

The DSA member configuration and DSA options configuration


are complete.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

For the purpose of convenience of management and maintenance,


subscriber data of one application type are saved on DSAs of one
group. For example, if the USPP system includes multiple application types and there is no requirement for services integrated by
two or more application types, then it may be so configured that
all subscriber data of an application type are saved on DSAs of a
specific group.
In an administration domain, DSAs containing subscriber data of
the same application type are assigned to one group. And each
DSA group contains all the DSAs containing subscriber data of a
same application type.
This topic describes the procedure to add an ID DSA group.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.
3. On the MML commands tree, select MML Commands > UDS
Dev Configuration > DSA Group Configuration > IDSA
Group Configuration > Create IDSA Group Configuration
(ADD IDDSAGRP) to open the command interface shown in
the following figure.

FIGURE 24 ADD IDDSAGRP COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.

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TABLE 14 ADD IDDSAGRP PARAMETERS


Parameter

Description

IDSA ID

ID of an ID DSA belonging to the ID DSA group


to create, range: 1999
The ID DSA must already exist and must be of ID
DSA or IDDSA&PDSA type.

IDSA Group ID

ID of the ID DSA group to create, range: 165535

User Label

Alias of this ID DSA group, string type, 050


characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

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Configure ID DSA distribution.

3.4.2 Distributing Numbers to an ID


DSA
Prerequisites

Context

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

The ID DSA group is configured.

In a UDS subsystem with a large capacity, subscriber data are


distributed on multiple ID DSAs. Each ID DSA saves the subscriber
data of a certain range. The range is defined by the start mapping
code and the end mapping code of IMSI or DN (for example, the
last three digits of IMSI). The system locates the home ID DSA of
a subscriber with the mapping code.
This topic describes the procedure to distribute numbers to ID
DSA(s) by mapping codes.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.
3. On the MML commands tree, select MML Commands > UDS
Dev Configuration > DSA Group Configuration > IDSA
Distributing Configuration > Create IDSA Distributing
Configuration (ADD IDSAMAP) to open the command
interface shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 25 ADD IDSAMAP COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 15 ADD IDSAMAP PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Serial No.

Serial of this distribution configuration item,


range: 165535

Number Type

Type of the numbers to be distributed by this


distribution configuration item. Multiple number
segments of different types (for example IMSI
and DN) may be distributed to one ID DSA.
Set it according to your networking plan.

Begin Mapping
Code

Beginning mapping code of a mapping code


section to be distributed to the ID DSA, integer
type, range: 0999
You may set one or more mapping code sections
for one DSA.
Set it according to your networking plan.

End Mapping
Code

Ending mapping code of a mapping code section


to be distributed to the ID DSA, integer type,
range: 0999
You may set one or more mapping code sections
for one DSA.
Set it according to your networking plan.

DSA ID

ID of the ID DSA that numbers within the


mapping code section are to be distributed to,
integer type
Select from existing DSAs of the IDDSA or
IDDSA&PDSA type.
Set it according to your networking plan.

User Label

Alias of this number distribution configuration


item, string type, 050 characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


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3.4.3 Adding a P DSA Group


Prerequisites

The ID DSA distribution configuration is complete.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to add a P DSA group and to


set the capacity ratio of the DSAs included by the P DSA.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.
3. On the MML commands tree, select MML Commands > UDS
Dev Configuration > DSA Group Configuration > PDSA
Group Configuration > Create PDSA Group Configuration
(ADD DSAGRP) to open the command interface shown in the
following figure.

FIGURE 26 ADD DSAGRP COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 16 ADD DSAGRP PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Serial No.

Serial number of the P DSA group, range:


165535

PDSA Group
ID

PDSA ID

ID of the P DSA group to create, range: 165535


A P DSA group may include multiple P DSAs. And
a P DSA may belong to multiple P DSA groups.
ID of a P DSA belonging to the P DSA group to
create, range: 1999
The P DSA must already exist and must be of P
DSA or IDDSA&PDSA type.

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Parameter

Description

Capacity

The ratio of the capacity of the P DSA specified


by the PDSA ID within the P DSA group, range:
0100
The total of capacity of all P DSAs within this
group must 100.

Assigned to
Save Data in
the PDSA

Whether data are save on specified DSAs. If yes,


the capacity setting is invalid, and data are save
on the specified DSA clusters.

User Label

Alias of this P DSA group, string type, 050


characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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Configure UDS parameters.

3.5 UDS Parameters Configuration


3.5.1 Setting UDS Load Control
Prerequisites

Context

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

The configuration of DSA groups is complete.

When the load of the UDS subsystem exceeds the expected value,
the load control module functions according to the load control
configuration.
Before modifying the load control configuration, check and then
modify the current settings if necessary.

Note:
The default settings are recommended. Be cautions and make
sure you really need to modify the load control configuration.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.

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3. On the MML commands tree, select MML Commands > UDS


Dev Configuration > Load Control Configuration > Modify Load Control Configuration (SET LOADLEV) to open the
command interface shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 27 SET LOADLEV COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 17 SET LOADLEV PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Load Level

The level of load control that the settings are


to be modified, range: 04

CPU Rate

CPU load (%) of this load level, range: 0100

Only Read
Discard Message
Rate(%)

Ratio of read-only messages to be discarded


in case of this level overload, range: 0100

Only Read
Transferring
Message Rate(%)

Ratio of read-only messages to be transferred


in case of this level overload, range: 0100

Update Discard
Message
Rates(%)

Ratio of update messages to be discarded in


case of this level overload, range: 0100

User Label

Alias of this number distribution configuration


item, string type, 050 characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


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Prerequisites

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The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

The configuration of DSA groups is complete.

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Context

When the load of the UDS subsystem exceeds the expected value,
the load control module functions according to the load control
configuration.
Before modifying the load control configuration, check and then
modify the current settings if necessary.

Note:
The default settings are recommended. Be cautions and make
sure you really need to modify the UDS parameters.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.
3. On the MML commands tree, select MML Commands > UDS
Dev Configuration > UDS Parameter Configuration >
UDS Parameter Configuration > Modify UDS Parameter
Configuration (SET UDSPARA) to open the command
interface shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 28 SET UDSPARA COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 18 SET UDSPARA PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Message distribution
policy

Not required if this office has no more than


one node, options:
Loop Select: Choose a node in turn by
a certain rule, for example, selecting the
node with the lowest load first.
Optimize Select: this node prior

Async redirect Flag

Whether redirection for asynchronous


replication is allowed, options:
YES: During asynchronous replication,
if the load on the active node is high
and there is an available SSDS node
(standby synchronization node) in the DSA
cluster, another SSDS node within the DSA
node may be chosen for asynchronous
replication.

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Parameter

Description
NO: Do not select another SSDS node for
asynchronous replication.

Synch replicate
Reliability Level

Reliability level of synchronous replication,


options:
PMLOW(Max Reliable): Highest
reliability, lowest performance. The
directory service needs to wait for the
response from the subsystem. If a standby
node exists, the main node immediately
sends a Synchronous Replication request
to the standby node.
PMMID(Midium Reliable): Medium
reliability, medium performance. The
directory service does not need to wait
for the response from the subsystem.
If a standby node exists, the main
node immediately sends a Synchronous
Replication request to the standby node.
PMGOD(Min Reliable): Lowest reliability,
highest performance.. The directory service
does not need to wait for the response
from the subsystem. If a standby node
exists, the main node sends on schedule
a Synchronous Replication request to the
standby node.

The Weight for


Search Request

The weight of Search request messages


used for load control, base unit: 1, range:
030, default: 1

The Weight for Add


Request

The weight of Add request messages used


for load control, base unit: 1, range: 030,
default: 1

The Weight for


Delete Request

The weight of Delete request messages


used for load control, base unit: 1, range:
030, default: 1

The Weight for


Modify Request

The weight of Modify request messages


used for load control, base unit: 1, range:
030, default: 1

The Weight for


AllocGID Request

The weight of AllocGID request messages


used for load control, base unit: 1, range:
030, default: 1

The Weight for


Compound Request

The weight of Compound request messages


used for load control, base unit: 1, range:
030, default: 1

The Weight for


Execute Request

The weight of Execute request messages


used for load control, base unit: 1, range:
030, default: 1

The Thresh of CPU


LOAD Above Which
Check Signal Is
Discarded(%)

The thresh of CPU load above which


signals for checking data consistency are
discarded.

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Parameter

Description

Check Take Effect


Flag

Whether the data consistency check


function is enabled

The Time of starting


to check Every Day

Time to start data consistency check every


day, range: 00:0023:59

The time during


which UDS
checking(Min)

Maximum duration of data consistency


check, range: 01439

Support Synch
Compression

Wether the replication data are compressed


before transmission

Intra-Bureau
Concurrent Resume
Limit

Upper limit of clients supporting concurrent


online resume within the office, range:
0255

Inter-Bureau
Concurrent Resume
Limit

Upper limit of clients supporting concurrent


online resume between offices, range:
0255

All Concurrent
Resume Limit

Upper limit of clients supporting concurrent


online resume within and between offices,
range: 0255

Concurrent Resume
Limit In Two Bureaus

Upper limit of clients supporting concurrent


online resume between two offices, range:
0255

Support Master DST

Wether to Master DST function is


valid globally within the UDS, valid for
inter-office deployment and standby/active
DST configuration only, default: No

User Label

Alias of this configuration item, string type,


050 characters

The check stops if the time expires.

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


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3.5.3 Setting the Capacity of a


Configuration Table
Prerequisites

Context

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The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

The configuration of DSA groups is complete.

This topic describes the procedure to modify the capacity of a configuration table.

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Note:
The default configuration is recommended. Be cautions and make
sure you really need to modify the capacity of the configuration
table.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.
3. On the MML commands tree, select MML Commands > UDS
Dev Configuration > UDS Parameter Configuration > CM
Table Capacity Configuration > Modify CM Table Capacity Configuration (SET CAPCFG) to open the command interface shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 29 SET CAPCFG COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 19 SET CAPCFG PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Table ID

ID of the table to modify

Table Size

Capacity of the table that you want to set


to, range: 04294967295

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


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3.5.4 Setting the Capacity Scale of a


Subscriber Data Table
Prerequisites

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

The configuration of DSA groups is complete.

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Context

This topic describes the procedure to modify the capacity scale of


a subscriber data table.
The scale (divided by 1000) is a ratio to the capacity of the corresponding configuration table. For the setting of the capacity of
the configuration table, see 3.5.3.
For example, if the capacity of the WCN subscriber basic table
(a configuration table) is 200K and the scale is 1100, then the
capacity of this table is 200K*1100/1000=220K.

Note:
The default configuration is recommended. Be cautions and make
sure you really need to modify the capacity ratio of a subscriber
data table.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.
3. On the MML commands tree, select MML Commands > UDS
Dev Configuration > UDS Parameter Configuration >
Subscriber Table Capacity Scale Configuration > Modify
Subscriber Table Capacity Scale Configuration (SET
CAPSUBSCL) to open the command interface shown in the
following figure.

FIGURE 30 SET CAPSUBSCL COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 20 SET CAPSUBSCL PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Table ID

ID of the table to modify

Scale

Capacity scale of the table that you want to


set to, range: 14294967295

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END

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3.6 Adding a DUA Node


Prerequisites

Context

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

The UDS device configuration is complete.

This topic describes the procedure to add a DUA node.


A DUA node, including FE and DBIO, works as an agent of directory
services.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command. See 2.2 for details.
3. On the MML commands tree, select MML Commands >
FE/Provision Configuration > Create FE/Provision Configuration (ADD DUANODE) to open the command interface
shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 31 ADD DUANODE COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 21 ADD DUANODE PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

DUA Node ID

ID of the DUA node to create, range:


14000
Set it according to your networking plan.

Relating Bureau

ID of the office associated with the DUA


Select one from the offices already created

Module

Module ID of the DUA, range: 1300

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Parameter

Description

Module Type

Module type of the DUA


Set it according to your networking plan.

IP Type

IPV4 or IPV6, default: IPV4

Internal IP Address

IP address of the DUA node for internal use

Internal Port

Port number of the DUA node for internal


use, range: 065535, default: 5057
Set it according to your networking plan.

External IP Address

IP address of the DUA node for external use

External Port

Port number of the DUA node for external


use, range: 065535, default: 5057
Set it according to your networking plan.

User Label

Alias of this DUA node, range: 050


characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


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Configure the monitor center resources.

3.7 Adding a Monitoring Center


Prerequisites

Context

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The EMS network management system is correctly configured


and connected according to your networking plan.

The DUA node configuration is complete.

This topic describes the procedure to configure resource data of


the distributed monitoring center and GT address of the physical
office in UDS system. The distributed monitoring subsystem sends
messages to the monitoring center of the adjacent office by this
GT address.
In case that a DSA node acts as the monitoring center, this DSA
node cannot be configured as a DSA member.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Device Configuration > Public Device Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command.
3. On the MML commands tree, select MML Commands > CC
Resource Configuration > Create CC Resource Configu-

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ration (ADD DMCC) to open the command interface shown


in the following figure.
FIGURE 32 ADD DMCC COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set parameters by referring to the following table.


TABLE 22 ADD DMCC COMMAND PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION
Parameter

Description

DMCC ID

ID of the monitoring center, range: 14000

UDS System
Including Bureau
No.

The physical office ID where the monitoring


center locates, range: 1254

GT Address

GT address of this physical office, range:


116 characters

Code Plan

The code plan used by this GT address,


options: E164 and E212

Module No.

The module number where the monitoring


center is located, range: 1250, default: 1

IP Type

IP address type of the monitoring center,


options: IP V4 and IP V6, default: IP V4

Internal IP Address

The internal IP address of the monitoring


center

Internal Port

The internal port number of the monitoring


center

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Parameter

Description

External IP Address

The external IP address of the monitoring


center, for inter-office communication of the
monitoring center, generally the external
loop-back IP address, IPv4 or IPv6 type,
depending on the IP Type setting. If there
is no inter-office communication, it may be
the same as the internal IP address.

External Port

The external port number of the monitoring


center

User Label

Alias of this monitoring center, range: 050


characters.

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


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Upload the configuration data.

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Data Configuration
After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> Physical Configuration Flow
>> Uploading Configuration Data

4.1 Physical Configuration Flow


The equipment configuration flow that contains the physical configuration flow is shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 33 EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION FLOW

The recommended physical configuration flow is shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 34 PHYSICAL CONFIGURATION FLOW

The IP stack configuration flow is shown in the following figure.


After the offline data configuration (except IP stack configuration)
is complete, you need to configure the interface IP stack information on the OMM when the link between the foreground and
background systems has been established. The IP interface information is validated without the synchronization operation. Figure
35 shows the configuration flow.
You need to enter the interface IP configuration mode to configure
the interface IP addresses of the TIPI board and the SIPI board.
You need to enter the loopback interface configuration mode to
configure the interface IP address of the RPU module.

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FIGURE 35 IP STACK CONFIGURATION FLOW

4.2 Uploading Configuration Data


Prerequisites

Context

You have logged into the OMM network management system


as user Admin.

The OMM network management system is working properly.

The FE subsystem, the UDS subsystem and the Provision Subsystem are working properly.

After data configuration, it is necessary to synchronize the configuration data tables made on the OMM subsystem to DBIO, UDS
subsytem and provision subsystem.
You can synchronize all tables or only the changed tables.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM)M30 HLR main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Data Maintenance > Data Transfer > Sync Data
(Only Used By Admin) (SYNA) to open the command interface shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 36 SYNA COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.

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TABLE 23 SYNA PARAMETERS


Parameter

Description

User Name

String type, range: 050 characters


Set it to Admin.

Sync Type

Synchronization type, options: Changed


Tables, All Tables, default: Changed Tables

Module List

Modules that the configuration data are to


be uploaded to. It is all modules by default
if no module is specified.

Response Timeout
(100ms)

The upload request times out if the


front-end processor does not make any
response in this period of time.

Save When
Completed

Whether data are saved at once on each


module after the uploading, default: Yes

Sync to Slave When


Completed

Whether data are synchronized at once


to each backup node after the uploading,
default: Yes

5. Click the Execute button to execute the command.


END

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After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> Concepts on Physical Configuration
>> Adding a Rack
>> Adding a Shelf
>> Adding a Unit
>> Adding a Module
>> Configuring TCP Transfer for TIPI
>> Setting the IP of the OMP module

5.1 Concepts on Physical


Configuration
Introduction to
Shelf

ZXUN USPP adopts BCTC shelves. BCTC shelves provide controlstream interconnection for resource shelves and switching shelves.
A BCTC shelf provides 2 or three fast Ethernet (FE) interfaces for
each slot. The following table shows the number of FE interfaces
available for each slot.

FIGURE 37 FE INTERFACES AVAILABLE FOR EACH SLOT IN A BCTC SHELF

The adaptation of boards to slots in BCTC shelf is as follows.

Slots 9 and 10 (master slots): For UIMC boards only, which


bear the data in the control shelf and control the switching
paths from Ethernet to each slot.

Slots 18 and 11, 12, 17 (general slots): For SMP, SPB, USI,
SIPI and TIPI boards

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Office ID, Rack


No., and Shelf No.

Slots 13 and 14 (clock slots): For CLKG boards. Also for the
SMP boards when CLKG boards are not needed.

Slots 15 and 16 (control and switch center slots): For THUB or


SMP boards.

There are 3 groups of pin switches (4 bits on each pin switch) on


the backplane of the BCTC shelf, marked respectively with TRIBID,
RACKID, SHELFID, which represent respectively office ID, Rack No.
and Shelf No.
Y position of a pin switch indicates a valid bit, and X position indicates an invalid bit for filling purpose only. pin switches are coded
in binary, with the left one as the lowest bit, and the right one as
the highest bit. It indicates ON (0) when the pin is plugged, and
OFF (1) when the pin is removed. The office ID is the value of the
pin switches of the TRIB ID group, while rack No. and shelf No.
are the values of corresponding groups plus 1.

Office ID (TRIB) uses 3 bits: YYYX.

Rack No. (RACKID) uses 4 bits: YYYY.

Shelf No. (SHELFID) uses 2 bits: YYXX.

The following is an example for setting Office ID, Rack No., and
Shelf No.

Module, Unit, and


Subunit

For Office 3, remove the pins of the left two pins and plug the
third pin, that is, set TRIBID to 110.

For Rack 1, plug all pins, that is, set RACKID to 0000.

For Shelf 2, remove the first pin from the left pin and plug the
second, that is, set SHELFID to 10XX.

Module
Module is a logical concept defined from a view of control. A
module may be a CPU of an OMP board or an SMP board, which
also means that CPUs of OMP or SMP board realize the functions
of modules. There are currently four types of modulesOMP,
SMP, RPU and CMP.
One CPU of an OMP or SMP board may be configured as one or
more modules.

Unit
Unit is a logical concept corresponding to board. Boards of a
same type may be configured as different units as needed. A
physical board may be configured as one unit only.
Boards of 1+1 redundancyfor example, UIMC boardsare
also taken as one unit. Therefore, a unit may correspond to
one or two boards.

Subunit
A subunit is a part of a unit which is relatively independent
in functions and relates to certain physical entities. A subunit
may be an E1 interface, GE interface, CPU or DSP (ASIC).
Every unit should contain one or more CPU subunits. CPU subunits are numbered from 1, while other units are generally
numbered from 9.
Besides CPU subunits, a unit may also contain DSP, ASIC, E1,
GE, FE, or FPGA subunits.

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5.2 Adding a Rack


Prerequisites

Context

License synchronization is complete.

You have logged in to the OMM network management system


and have the authority for this operation.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The NE is created.

This topic describes the procedure to add a logical rack corresponding to the physical rack.

Note:
After an office is added, rack 1 is created automatically. You can
add a rack when necessary. For example, you can add a rack after
the rack deletion operations.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > Physical Configuration
> Rack Configuration > Create Rack (ADD RACK) to open
the window shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 38 ADD RACK COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 24 ADD RACK PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Rack No.

Rack number, which can be set by jumpers


on the backplane of the rack, range: 115,
default: 1
It must be 1 if there is only one rack.

Rack Type

Select 3G_STANDARD_RACK (ZTE standard


rack) for ZXUN USPP.

Alias

Alias of the rack, length: 050 characters

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5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


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Add shelves.

5.3 Adding a Shelf


Prerequisites

The rack is created.

You have the license.

You have logged into the OMM network management system


and have the authority for this operation.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to add a shelf. Shelf 2 on Rack


1 must be configured as a BCTC shelf. When there are multiple
shelves in an office, create other shelves after BCTC shelf is configured.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > Physical Configuration
> Shelf Configuration > Create SHELF (ADD SHELF) to
open the window shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 39 ADD SHELF COMMAND INTERFACE

TABLE 25 ADD SHELF PARAMETERS


Parameter

Description

Rack No.

Rack No. of the shelf, range: 116.

Shelf No.

Serial No. of the shelf to create


The shelf number must be consistent with that
set through the DIP switch on the back of the
backplane. Normally, the shelf is numbered as
14 from up to down. The number of the shelf
where OMP board locates must be 2.

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Parameter

Description

Shelf Type

The shelf of ZXUN USPP office must be of BCTC


type.

Shelf Version

Options: BGSN080600, BGSN060801, invalid


for a BCTC shelf

Alias

Alias of this shelf, 050 characters

4. Set the parameters.


5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.
END
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A default OMP module is created automatically when Shelf 2 in


Rack 1 is created.
Add a UIMC unit with the ADD UNIT command.

5.4 Adding a Unit


Prerequisites

Context

License synchronization is complete.

You have logged in to the OMM network management system


and have the authority for this operation.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

To add a UIMC unit, the shelf must be already configured. To


add a unit other than UIMC, the module must be configured.

This topic describes the procedure to add units such as UIMC, SPB
(for E1 access), SIPI (for IP access), HSL (for ATM access), USI(
when there is only one physical office) or TIPI (for intra-office or
inter-office communication, or both).
The sequence to create units and modules is as follows.
1. Add the UIMC unit.
2. Add modules other than OMP and RPU.
3. Add units other than UIMC.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > Physical Configuration
> Unit Configuration > Create Unit (ADD UNIT) to open
the window shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 40 ADD UNIT COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 26 ADD UNIT PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Unit Location

Location of the unit in the system, format:


RACK-SHELF-SLOT, range: RACK: 116,
SHELF: 14, SLOT: 117
Set it according to your networking plan.

Module No.

Module No. that the unit attributes to, range:


1127
Set it according to your networking plan.

Unit No.

Unit No. to create, range: 12000


Set it according to your networking plan.

Unit Type

Type of the unit to create


Set it according to your networking plan.

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Parameter

Description

Backup Mode

Backup Mode adopted by the unit


Backup mode of this module; options include
NO(Without backup), ONEPLUSEONE(One
plus one backup), LOADSHARE(Load share
backup), BACKTOBACK(Back to back
backup), NPLUSONE(N plus one backup)
and ONETOONE(One to one backup).
Set it according to your networking plan.

Backup Unit

ID of the backup unit, range: 165535


Set it according to your networking plan.

E1/T1 Attribute

Configure it for the units corresponding to


the SPB board and the HSL board. Select
E1 usually. Set the value according to the
networking plan.

Channel Mode

Configure it for the unit corresponding to the


TIPI board. Select MODE2 usually. Set the
value according to the networking plan.

Alias

Alias of the unit, range: 050 characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


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If the module is not created yet, create a module. Refer to


topic for details.

If the module configuration and unit configuration are complte,


set the IP address of the OMP with the SET OMP command.
Refer to topic 5.7 for details.

5.5 Adding a Module


Prerequisites

Context

You have the license.

You have logged into the OMM network management system


and have the authority for this operation.

The UIMC unit is already created.

This topic describes the procedure to configure a module, including


OMP, RPU, SMP, CMP_HLR, LIC, HSDB, etc.
OMP and RPU modules are created automatically when a BCTC
shelf is created. So you may just need to add other modules.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > Physical Configuration

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> Module Configuration > Create Module (ADD MODULE)


to open the window shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 41 ADD MODULE COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 27 ADD MODULE PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Location

Location of the module in the system, format:


RACK-SHELF-SLOT, range: RACK: 116,
SHELF: 14, SLOT 117
Set it according to your networking plan.

Module No.

ID of the module to create, unique in the NE,


range: 1127
The OMP module number must be 1 and the
RPU module number must be 2. New modules
are numbered from 3.
Set it according to your networking plan.

Module 1 Type

Type of Module 1 on the corresponding board


Set it according to your networking plan.

Module 2 Type

Type of Module 2 on the corresponding board


Set it according to your networking plan.

CPU Type

CPU type of the module, options: X86,


CENTRINO
Set it according to the specific board.

Backup Mode

Backup mode of this module


Set it according to your networking plan.

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Module 1 User
Alias

Alias of Module 1, range: 050 characters

Module 2 User
Alias

Alias of Module 2, range: 050 characters

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5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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Add units other than UMIC with the ADD UNIT command.

5.6 Configuring TCP Transfer for


TIPI
Prerequisites

Context

License synchronization is complete.

You have logged in to the OMM network management system


and have the authority for this operation.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The TIPI unit is created.

The Local Office Distribute Style option in global data configuration is set to SIPI.

TCP transfer configuration is required for a TIPI unit to realize the


communication between foreground and background and the communication between two offices.
The TCP transfer configuration should follow the following rules.

Only the TCP transfer information of the foreground (including


OMP) of the local office is required.

Each module needs two IP addresses, one for internal use and
the other for external use.

Each internal IP address needs one entry, IP address + serverend internal port number.
The server-end internal port number should be 60000 + module number (1127).

Each external IP address needs two entries, IP address +


client-end external port number, and IP address + server-end
external port number.
The client-end external port number should be 5000 + module
number (1127).
The server-end external port number should be 50000 + module number (1127).

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > Physical Configuration
> TCP Transmit Configuration > Create TCP Transmit
(ADD TCPTRANS) to open the window shown in the following
figure.

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FIGURE 42 ADD TCPTRANS COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 28 ADD TCPTRANS PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

ID

ID of this TCP transfer configuration item,


range: 1512

Module

Module that this TCP transfer configuration


item is for. It is numbered uniformly in the NE
system. Value range: 1-127. Set the value
according to the networking plan.

IP Address Type

Options include IPv4 and IPv6. It is generally


set to IPv4. Set it according to your
networking plan.

VPN ID

Value range: 0-65535; set it to 0.

IP Address

IP address of the foreground module


Set it according to your networking plan.

Port

Port number for this IP address, range:


165535
Set it according to your networking plan. The
same setting as in the DSA node configuration
is recommended.
For the recommended port number, refer to
the Context information.

Alias

Alias of this TCP transfer configuration item,


length: 050 characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


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Add service nodes, including the DBIO, DSA (if deployed on FE)
and DST by using the ADD BACKSVR command. Refer to topic
6.1 for details.

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5.7 Setting the IP of the OMP


module
Prerequisites

License synchronization is complete.

You have logged in to the OMM network management system


and have the authority for this operation.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The unit configuration is complete.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to set OMP information such as


the IP address that the OMP module uses to communicate with the
OMM.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > Global Data Configuration > Modify Global Data OMP Information (SET OMP)
to open the command interface shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 43 SET OMP COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 29 SET OMP PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

OMP Background ip
address

IP address of the OMP for communication


with the OMM, IPv4 typ, for example,
129.0.31.office ID or 192.168.office ID.1
Set it according to your networking plan.

OMP Background ip
mask

Subnet mask of the OMP, IPv4 type, for


example, 255.0.0.0
Set it according to your networking plan.

OMP to OMC
GATEWAY

IP address of the gateway between the OMP


and the OMM, IPv4 typ
Set it according to your networking plan.

OMC SERVER
SUBNETWORK

IP address of the OMM server subnet, IPv4


type, default: 255.0.0.0
Not required.

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5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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Configuration
After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> Adding a DBIO/DSA/DST Node
>> Setting the Connection Between a Service Server Node and the OMM

6.1 Adding a DBIO/DSA/DST Node


Prerequisites

Context

License synchronization is complete.

You have logged in to the OMM network management system


and have the authority for this operation.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The time zone configuration is complete.

This topic describes the procedure to add a service server node (a


logical object), so that the connection between the Front End (FE)
and the BE servers may be established.
Service server nodes include DBIO, IDSA (when deployed in a
server cabinet), PDSA (when deployed in a server cabinet), and
DST.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > Server Node Configuration > Back Server > Create Back Server (ADD BACKSVR)
to open the window shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 44 ADD BACKSVR COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.

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TABLE 30 ADD BACKSVR PARAMETERS


Parameter

Description

Module No.

Module No. of the service node to create,


range: 130255
Set it according to your networking plan.

Module Type

Type of the service node to create


Necessary modules include DBIO, IDDSA,
PDSA, and SAVE (that is, DST).

IP Address

IP address of the service server node to


create, IPv4 address type
Set it according to your networking plan.

Alias

User-defined node name, range: 050


characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Add the connection between the service server node and the OMM
network management system.

6.2 Setting the Connection


Between a Service Server Node
and the OMM
Prerequisites

License synchronization is complete.

You have logged in to the OMM network management system


and have the authority for this operation.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

Service nodes including DBIO, DSA and DST are configured.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to establish the connection between the a service node and the OMM so that the service node
may communicate with the OMM. Service nodes include DBIO, DSA
(when deployed in a server cabinet), and DST.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > Server Node Configuration > Back Server Node Configuration > Create Back
Server Node Configuration (ADD HSERV) to open the window shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 45 ADD HSERV COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 31 ADD HSERV PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Back Service Module


No.

Module No. of the service server node to


connect, range: 130250

OMC Module No.

Module No. of the network management


system server, range: 129254, default:
129

User Label

User-defined name of this connection,


range: 050 characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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Perform office configuration.

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After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> Creating Signaling Points of the Local Office
>> Configuring the Local Office
>> Adding an Adjacent Office

7.1 Creating Signaling Points of


the Local Office
Prerequisites

License synchronization is complete.

You have logged in to the OMM network management system


and have the authority for this operation.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

Service nodes including DBIO, DSA and DST are configured.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to configure signaling points of


a newly created office.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Office Data Configuration > SP of Local Office
Configuration > Create Local Office Signaling Point (ADD
OPC) to open the window shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 46 ADD OPC COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 32 ADD OPC PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Network Type

Sequence number of the local office network


type, range: 1255.
When the local office is in multiple signaling
networks, the signaling network is numbered
in the office. The network type of the local
office must be identical with the adjacent
office.

Alias

Alias of this local office, range: 150


characters

Area Code

Area code of local office, range: 06 digits,


with no 0 at the beginning

Signaling Point
Code Format

Options: Three decimal digit strings in


888/383 format (TRIPLE_DEC), Decimal
digits (DEC), Three Hexadecimal digit strings
in 888/383 format, and Hexadecimal digits
(HEX)
Set it according to Signaling Point Code
provided by the operator. TRIPLE_DEC is
often selected, for example, 3.21.1.

14 bit Signaling
Point Code

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Signaling point code of local office, required


when 14-bit Signaling Point Code is adopted,
ranges of the three sub-codes of hexadecimal
OPC14: 07, 0255 and 07 respectively

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Parameter

Description

24 bit Signaling
Point Code

Signaling point code of local office, required


when 24-bit Signaling Point Code is adopted,
range: 111
The three-segment signaling code is
separated by a dot character, such as 3.21.1.
Set it according to the format of signaling
point code.

Application Type

Set the protocol type supported by the local


office. Set it as required. SCCP user and ISUP
user are often selected.

Dialing Prefix

Dialing prefix for an outgoing call, range: 02

Network
Appearance

It is used in M3UA layer. When the local


signaling point interconnects with the IP
signaling point with the same network type,
their network appearance must be the same if
configured. It is 0 by default, indicating that
the network appearance is not configured.

Info

A flag field, options: No use, valid network


appearance, invalid network appearance

Other Attribute

Options: INSI (Featuring INSI function),


TRANS (Translation Node)
It is not generally required.

Work Domain
Index

Range: 0255
The default value (0) is recommended.

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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Configure the local office.

7.2 Configuring the Local Office


Prerequisites

License synchronization is complete.

You have logged in to the OMM client and has the right to perform equipment configuration.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The local signaling point configuration is complete.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to configure basic information,


office type, signaling point type and signaling point restarting of
the local office.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.

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2. Select the current working office node under root.


3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Office Data Configuration > Local Office Configuration > Create Local Office Config (ADD LOFC) to
open the command interface shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 47 ADD LOFC COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 33 ADD LOFC PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Local Office Type

Normally, Local Exchange, National Toll


Exchange and In one Area are selected.
If the International Toll Exchange is
selected, then Local Exchange can not be
selected.

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Network Type

It must be consistent with the network


type configured in the local office signaling
point configuration.

Sequence In Area

Sequence number of the local office in the


signaling network, range: 0-255, default:
0

Test Code

Contents in the test message sent by MTP,


range: 015 digits

Signaling Point Type

Options include SEP, STP and STEP. If the


local office acts as both signaling end point
and signaling transfer point, then select
"STEP(Signaling end/transfer point)". Set
it according to the signaling function of the
local office in the actual networking.

Local Office
Language

Options include Default, French, English,


German and Russian. The default value is
recommended.

Reset Time(ms)

Range: 0-65535, default: 10000

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Parameter

Description

Signaling Point
Restart

Set it to YES if the signaling point is needed


to restart.
It is YES by default.

Alias

Alias of this local office, range: 0-50


characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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OF STEPS

Configure adjacent offices.

7.3 Adding an Adjacent Office


Prerequisites

Context
Steps

License synchronization is complete.

You have logged in to the OMM network management system.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The local office configuration is complete.

This topic describes the procedure to add an adjacent office.


1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu
Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Office Data Configuration > Adjacent Office
Configuration > Create Adjacent Office (ADD ADJOFC)
to open the command interface shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 48 ADD ADJOFC COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 34 ADD ADJOFC PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Office ID

ID of the adjacent office, range: 1-2048


ID of the adjacent office which supports
broadband connections must be less than 40.
Otherwise, data can not be synchronized to the
foreground. And there is no restriction to the
ID of the adjacent office which does not support
broadband connections. Set it according to the
networking plan.

Alias

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Alias of this adjacent office, range: 1-50


characters

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Parameter

Description

Network Type

Select the signaling network where the adjacent


office signaling point locates. Value range:
1-255. It corresponds to the network type
set in 7.1. Set the value according to the
networking plan.

Office Type

Type of the adjacent office


Click
to open the Office Type dialog box
and then select a desired value on the dialog
box. Set it according to the networking plan.

Signaling Point
Code Format

Options include Triple decimal numeric


characters in 888/383 format, Decimal number,
Triple hexadecimal numeric characters in
888/383 format and Hexadecimal number.
Set it according to Signaling Point Code
provided by the operator. The "Triple decimal
numeric characters in 888/383 format" option
is often selected, for example, 3.21.1.

Signaling Point
Code Type

Signaling point code type of the adjacent office.


Options include 14-bit signaling point code
and 24-bit signaling point code. It is 24-bit
signaling point code in China. Set it according
to the networking plan

Signaling Point
Code

Range: 1-11 characters. Set it according


to the format of signaling point code. The
three-segment signaling code is separated by
the stop character, such as 3.21.1.

Area Code

Area code of the adjacent office, without 0 at


the beginning, range: 0-6 digits

Association Type

If there is a direct physical connection between


the adjacent office and the local office, then
select "Direct connection mode". If there are
transfer signaling points, then select "Half
direct connection mode". Set it according to
the current networking mode.

Signaling Point
Type

Options include SEP, STP and STEP. If this


adjacent office acts as both signaling end point
and signaling transfer point, then select STEP
(Signaling End/Transfer Point. Set it according
to the signaling function of the adjacent office
in the actual networking.

Subservice
Function

Options include International signaling point


code, International standby signaling point
code, National signaling point code, National
standby signaling point code. It is National
signaling point code by default.

Office Attribute

American Standard, no need to configure


it if American Standard is not required.
Options include ISN(Has ISNI Function),
TRANS(Translate Node) and TEST(Need Test
Info:0X02/0X01. Set it according to the actual
networking plan.

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Parameter

Description

Subprotocol
Type

The default value is recommended.

Test Flag

Set whether the test flag is needed. It is YES


by default.

Broadband
Attribute

If the lower layer of the signaling is MTP2


link, then set it to NO(Not Support Broadband
Attribute). If the lower layer of the signaling
is ATM or IP link, then set it to YES(Support
Broadband Attribute). When E1/T1 access
mode is adopted, set it to the default value
NO(Not Support Broadband Attribute).

Domain Type

If the local office is a signaling point in SCN


domain and connects to the signaling point
in IP domain by SGW, then SGW is set to
DOMAIN_SCN and the quasi-asscociation
signaling point in IP domain is set to
DOMAIN_IP.
If the local office is a signaling point in IP
domain and connects to the signaling point
in SCN domain by SGW, then SGW is set to
DOMAIN_IP and the signaling point in SCN
domain is set to DOMAIN_SCN.
When E1/T1 access mode is adopted, select
DOMAIN_SCN(Office Signaling Point in SCN
Domain).

Protocol Type

Options include CHINA, ITU and ANSI. Set it


according to the networking condition.

Cluster ID

Range: 0-65535. The default value is


recommended.

Receive CGN

Whether to receive the caller number and the


position of the caller, range: 0-39.
The default value is recommended.

Extend Info

Options include INKA (Incoming calling number


contains KA) and OUTKA (Outgoing calling
number contains KA). The default value is
recommended.

Office Info

The default value (CIC_PCM) is recommended.

Related Office ID

Range: 0-2048. The default value is


recommended.

Office Extend
Info

Options include MTP (Hongkong MTP standard)


and DUPU (Screen DUPU Message). The default
value (null) is recommended.

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


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If the TDM access mode is used, perform signaling link set


configuration. (See topic 8.2.1.)

If the IP access mode is used, perform SCTP link configuration.


(See topic 8.1.1.)

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After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> SIGTRAN Configuration
>> MTP Configuration
>> SCCP Configuration

8.1 SIGTRAN Configuration


8.1.1 Adding an SCTP Basic
Connection
Prerequisites

License synchronization is complete.

You have logged in to the OMM client and has the right to perform equipment configuration.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The office configuration is complete.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to configure basic information


of an SCTP association with an adjacent office in IP-access mode.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Signal Configuration > SIGTRAN Data Configuration > SCTP Configuration > Create SCTP (ADD SCTPCONN) to open the command interface shown in the following
figure.

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FIGURE 49 ADD SCTPCONN COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 35 ADD SCTPCONN PARAMETERS

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Parameter

Description

Module No.

Signaling module number that the SCTP


association attributes to. This association is
maintained by the bearer and signaling on this
module. SMP module number, in the range
of 1-127.

Remote Office ID

ID of the adjacent office which connects to


the association directly, range: 0-2048. Set it
according to actual configuration.

Bearer Protocol
Type

Used to identify the upper layer protocol


type born by this association. Configure it
according to the interface protocol stack in
actual networking. When M3UA/SCTP protocol
stack is used to transfer signaling messages of
upper layer users, select SCTPPROT_M3UA.

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Parameter

Description

Application
Attribute

Association has two application attributes:


as Server or as Client. The association
establishment is originated by the client. The
two ends of the association have different
application attributes. Normally, MSC(S) is set
to Client and ZXUN USPP is set to Server.

Local IP

[Port No.]+[IP Address] constitute an


association link. Different associations should
be configured with different port numbers
without any conflicts. IP address of the local
end of the association, which is also the
peer-end IP address of the remote office. Enter
IP address of the virtual interface on local end.

Local Port

SCTP port number of the association on the


local office, which is also the peer-end port
number of the remote office. It is range:
1-65535. Enter local SCTP port number.

Remote IP

IP address of the peer end of the association,


which is also the local-end IP address of the
remote office. Enter IP address of the virtual
interface on remote end.

Remote Port

SCTP port number of the association on the


remote office, which is also the local-end port
number of the remote office. It is range:
1-65535. Enter remote SCTP port number.

Alias

Alias of the SCTP association, range: 1-50


characters.

SCTP ID

Global number of SCTP association, range:


1-1024.

MGW Remote
MSCS ID

ID of the MSCS connected to MGW. Range:


0-5. The default value 0 is recommended.

Quantity Of
In-stream

Stream is a unidirectional logical channel in the


association. Data on the same stream can be
transmitted in a certain order, range: 1-17. It
should be consulted by technical personnel on
the two ends. It is recommended to keep the
default value 16.

Quantity Of
Out-stream

Stream is a unidirectional logical channel in the


association. Data on the same stream can be
transmitted in a certain order, range: 1-17. It
should be consulted by technical personnel on
the two ends. It is recommended to keep the
default value 16.

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Parameter

Description

Data max Retry


Times

When a signaling message is sent from one


end of the IP channel to the other end, the
transmitting end will wait for the reception
acknowledgement from the receiving end by
using a timer. If the acknowledgement is
received from the peer end, then data are
transmitted successfully. If the timer expires,
then message is lost or long congestion delay
occurs. The transmitting end retransmits
this message using the backup IP address
to ensure that the receiving end can receive
this message in time. When the times of
continuous data transmission failure on an IP
channel reaches the set MAXRTRY, then this IP
channel is marked as an unavailable one and
all data messages are taken over by other IP
channels, range: 1-10. It should be consulted
by technical personnel on the two ends. It is
recommended to keep the default value 5.

Maximum Value
Of RTO (10ms)

The maximum time-out value of the timer,


range: 10-3000. It is 500 by default. The
default value is recommended.

Minimum Value
Of RTO (10ms)

The minimum time-out value of the timer,


range: 10-1000. It is 50 by default. The
default value is recommended.

Initial Value Of
RTO (10ms)

The initial time-out value of the timer, range:


10-3000. It is 100 by default. The default
value is recommended.

Heartbeat
Interval (10ms)

SCTP end point sends the HEARTBEAT block


periodically to monitor the accessibility of the
idle destined transmission address on the
remote end. This parameter sets the interval
for sending the HEARTBEAT block, range:
10-6000. It is 500 by default. The default
value is recommended.

Next Hop Tag


Fixed

It is NO by default. The default value NO is


recommended.

SCTP Max Retry


Times

Controls the maximum retrying times of SCTP


association on all channels. When this value
is exceeded, SCTP association stops and
transmission failure is reported, range: 1-20.
The default value 10 is recommended.

Delay Ack Time


(10ms)

The time of the delay acknowledgment


timer, range: 0-20. The default value 20 is
recommended.

Maximum Burst
Data Packet

Range: 1-127. The default value 4 is


recommended.

Primary Path

The preferred path, set it according to the


actual networking. The default value (Remote
IP 1) is recommended.

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5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


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Configure ASPs.

8.1.2 Adding an ASP


Prerequisites

License synchronization is complete.

You have logged in to the OMM client and has the right to perform equipment configuration.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The SCTP association configuration is complete.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to configure ASP information for


defining the one-to-one correspondence between ASP and SCTP
association.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Signal Configuration > SIGTRAN Data Configuration > ASP Configuration > Create ASP (ADD ASP) to
open the command interface shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 50 ADD ASP COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 36 ADD ASP PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

SCTP ID

Associated with SCTP ID in SCTP Configuration,


range: 1-1024

Alias

Alias of this ASP, range: 1-50 characters

ASP ID

It is numbered from 1. It is recommended to use


the same ID with SCTP. Range: 1-1024.

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Parameter

Description

Self-loop Flag

Used to set if ASP has self-loop. Self-loop is used


for test. The default value NO is recommended,
indicating that there is no self-loop.

Locked Flag

Used to set if ASP is in locked status when


starting. Locked setting is used for management.
The default value NO is recommended, indicating
that ASP is not in locked status.

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Configure ASs.

8.1.3 Adding an AS
Prerequisites

License synchronization is complete.

You have logged in to the OMM client and has the right to perform equipment configuration.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The ASP configuration is complete.

Context

The AS information defines which ASPs compose an AS. An AS is a


logical entity corresponding to a set of routing contexts. This topic
describes the procedure to configure the AS information when IP
access mode is used.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Signal Configuration > SIGTRAN Data Configuration > AS Configuration > Create AS (ADD AS) to open
the interface as shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 51 ADD AS COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 37 ADD AS COMMAND PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Adaptation Layer
Protocol

It should be consistent with that on


adjacent office. M3UA is recommended.

ASP

It is associated with ASP ID in ASP


Configuration, format: 1-xx

Alias

Alias of this AS, range: 1-50 characters

AS ID

A unique ID of the AS. It is recommended


to use the same ID with ASP for the ease
of memory.

If Routing Context
exists

Sets if the routing context exists. The


default value is recommended.

Routing Context ID

A field which is negotiated by technical


personnel on local office and its adjacent
office and identifies AS uniquely. This value
can be configured as required but it must
be consistent on the two ends.

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Parameter

Description

Usage Tag

For all AS usage tags, in the case of ASP


and SGP used for the two end offices of
AS, when one office is a signaling gateway
of the other office, then the office acting
as the signaling gateway is set to SGP
and the other office is set to ASP. If the
upper signaling messages carried by the
AS are only transmitted between the two
offices, IPSP is used. One end is set to
IPSP_Server and the other end is set to
IPSP_Client. In this case, the Client/Server
configuration must be consistent with that
in SCTP association configuration (8.1.1).

User Type

AS supported user type, defining upper


layer user type using AS. There are sever
user types currently: TUP, ISUP, BICC,
H.248, ALCAP, PCA and SCCP. For ZXUN
USPP, ISUP and SCCP are often selected.
It is configured according to the current
network protocol type.

Subsystem Types

No need to configure.

Service Mode

A supported service mode. Override mode


and load sharing mode. In the override
mode, it is only necessary to set one ASP in
activated status. In the load sharing mode,
it is necessary to set N ASPs in activated
status and K ASPs in deactivated (backup)
status. Note: the sum of N plus K must be
not more than the actual number of ASPs.

N Value of Load Share


Mode

In the load sharing mode, the number of


ASPs in activated status is recommended
to be set as 1.

K Value of Load Share


Mode

In the load sharing mode, the number


of ASPs in deactivated (backup) status
is recommended to be set as the total
number of configured ASPs minus N.

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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Configure M3UA static routes.

8.1.4 Adding an M3UA Static Route


Prerequisites

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The AS configuration is complete.

Context

M3UA static route table is maintained by ASP of AS. When AS is


in activated status, that is, the service is available, the ASP list is
circularly filled by the activated ASPs of AS. M3UA implements the
signaling distribution by maintaining AS status.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Signal Configuration > SIGTRAN Data Configuration > M3UA STATIC ROUTE > Create M3UA STATIC
ROUTE (ADD M3UART) to open the command interface
shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 52 ADD M3UART COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 38 ADD M3UART PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

M3UA Static
Route ID

ID of this M3UA static route to add, range:


1640

AS ID

Range: 1-640. It must be an AS ID already


configured .

Route Array
Mode

Options include By Turns, Local Module First


and Nature. It is By Turns by default, which
is recommended.

Alias

Alias of this M3UA static route, range: 1-50


characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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8.1.5 Adding an SIO Location AS


Prerequisites

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Context

You have logged in to the OMM network management system.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The M3UA static route configuration is complete.

SIO is the abbreviation of Service Information Octet, which identifies which protocols such as ISUP, SCCP, BICC and so on are
used on M3UA. Configuring SIO location AS is to locate a service
to M3UA static route. This configuration item describes the routing
information of signaling message. That is, When receiving a signaling message, the product determines to which AS the message
should be sent according to the network type, destination signaling point code, source signaling point code and service indicator.
This topic describes the procedure to add an SIO location AS for
IP-access mode.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Signal Configuration > SIGTRAN Data Configuration > SIO Location AS Configuration > Create SIO
Locate AS (ADD SIOLOCAS) to open the command interface shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 53 ADD SIOLOCAS COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 39 ADD SIOLOCAS PARAMETERS

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Parameter

Description

SIO Locate AS ID

ID of this SIO location AS, range: 1-2048.


It is recommended to use the same
identification with AS.

Alias

Alias of this SIO location AS, range: 1-50


characters, e.g.SIOLOCAS

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Parameter

Description

Service Indication

Used to identify user type that the


transferred message belongs to. Various
user types can be located to a same AS with
the prerequisite that the AS supports these
user types.
Create the AS_SIO_SCCP and AS_SIO_ISUP
service indications for each adjacent office
to support MAP and ISUP protocols.

Destination Office
ID

The adjacent office ID corresponding to the


destination signaling point of M3UA. It is
necessary to associate it with Office ID in
Adjacent Office Configuration. 12048

Origination Office
ID

Office ID corresponding to the originating


signaling point of M3UA, range: 0-65535.
It is 65535 by default. If it is set to 0
(local office), then the message starts
from the local office. At this time, the
routing context selects routes according
to DPC+NET+OPC+SIO. 65535 indicates
that the OPC field is invalid. In this case,
the routing context only can select routes
according to DPC+NET+SIO. The default
value is recommended.

M3UA Static Route


ID 1

M3UA static route of the located AS,


associated with M3UA Static Route ID in
M3UA Static Route configuration, range:
1-640

M3UA Static Route


ID 2

Range: 0-640. It is 0 by default, which


means no M3UA Static Route 2.

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

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Perform the GT translation selector configuration. Refer to topic


8.3.2 for details.

8.2 MTP Configuration


8.2.1 Adding a Signaling Link Set
Prerequisites

License synchronization is complete.

The OMM network management system is working properly.

You have logged in to the OMM network management system.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

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The office configuration (TDM access mode ) or ATM PVC configuration ("ATM over E1" access mode) is complete.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to configure MTP signaling link


set to the adjacent office. Signaling Link Set is a set of several
signaling links that connect two signaling points. Several signaling
links between the local office and some adjacent office consist of
a signaling link set.

Steps

1. Click Views > Terminal on the menubar of NetNumen(TM)


M30 interface to enter the Terminal interface.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Signal Configuration > MTP Data Configuration
> Signaling Link Group > Create Signaling Linkset (ADD
N7LKS) to open the command interface shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 54 ADD N7LKS COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 40 ADD N7LKS PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Office ID

Associated adjacent office ID of the signaling


link set, adopting Office ID in Adjacent Office
Configuration.

Linkset Type

For signaling link sets based on E1/T1


connection, the following three options can be
selected: 64k narrowband signaling link, n*64k
narrowband signaling link or 2M narrowband
signaling link.
64K means that the narrowband signaling links
in the signaling link set only occupy one time
slot on one E1/T1 line, with the bandwidth of
64Kbps.
n*64K means that the narrowband signaling
links in the signaling link set occupy n serial
time slots (8n25) on one E1/T1 line.
2M means that the narrowband signaling links
in the signaling link set occupy all of 31 time
slots on one E1/T1 line (the time slot 0 is
unavailable), with the bandwidth of 1.984Mbps.
For the signaling link set based on ATM
connection, select "Broadband Link Set". For

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Parameter

Description
the signaling link set based on IP connection,
select "M2PA Link Set". For the signaling link
set to ZXUN USPP, "64K Narrowband Link Set"
is selected.
This parameter must be consistent at the two
ends.

Linkset ID

Signaling link set ID, range: 11024,


numbering from 1. It is globally unique. It
is recommended to be consistent with the
adjacent office ID.

Link Error
Revision

Basic Error Revision: by using non-compelled,


positive/negative acknowledgement and error
correction through retransmission control
methods, the message signal units can be
transferred on the signaling link orderly without
duplication and errors can be corrected through
retransmission control when they are found.
Preventive Cyclic Retransmission (PCR):
by using non-compelled, positive
acknowledgement and cyclic retransmission
error correction method, the message signal
units stored in the retransmission buffer
without any positive acknowledgements are
retransmitted automatically when there are not
any new message signaling units or link status
signaling units to be transferred. If there is a
new signal unit, retransmission cycle is paused
and the signaling unit is transferred first.
When the link transmission delay is less than
15ms, Baic Error Revision is adopted. And
when the link transmission delay is more than
15ms, PCR is adopted. This parameter must be
consistent on the two ends. Select a method
according to the requirements of the operator
and the actual link transmission delay.

Alias

Alias of the signaling link set, range: 1-50


characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

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Configure signaling links.

Adding the E1/T1 signaling link when the TDM access mode is
used. This manual takes the E1 as an example.

Adding the ATM signaling link when the "ATM over E1" access
mode is used.

8.2.2 Adding an E1 Signaling Link


Prerequisites

License synchronization is complete.

The OMM network management system is working properly.

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You have logged in to the OMM network management system.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The signaling link set configuration is complete.

Context

Signaling links refer to signaling channels between two offices, including narrowband signaling links and broadband signaling links.
ZXUN USPP only has narrowband signaling links. This topic describes the procedure to create signaling links with E1 bearer type.

Steps

1. Click Views > Terminal on the menubar of the NetNumen(TM) M30 interface to enter the Terminal interface.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Signal Configuration > MTP Data Configuration
> Signaling Link Configuration > Create SPB Signaling
Link (ADD N7LNKE1) to open the interface as shown in the
following figure.

FIGURE 55 ADD N7LNKE1 COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 41 ADD N7LNKE1 PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Linkset ID

ID of the signaling link set to which the


signaling link belongs

SMP Module No.

Serial number of the SMP module which


manages the signaling link
One SMP module can be configured with 64
signaling links at most.

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Parameter

Description

Alias

Alias of this E1 signaling link, range: 150


characters

Link No.

Global number of the signaling link, range:


15000. Link numbers in different link sets
can not be the same. Set it according to your
networking plan. It is recommended to be
consistent with the adjacent office ID at the
peer end.

SPB Unit No.

Unit No. of SPB board where the E1 line of


the link is connected. Set it according to Unit
Configuration in Physical Configuration.

SPB CPU

SPB CPU No. An SPB board has four CPUs


(subunits). The E1 number of the signaling
link has no fixed relation with SPB subunit
number. One SPB board provides 16 E1 lines
and supports 64 64kbps narrowband links,
so these narrowband links must be allocated
uniformly in the subunit.

SPB E1

SPB board provides 16 E1 lines with numbers


from 9 to 24. E1 line numbers correspond to
E1 lines on the rear board of SPB board. Set
an E1 line number according to the connected
E1 line.

SPB E1 Timeslot
Start

The starting timeslot on SPB E1 subunit


occupied by the outgoing E1 signaling link.
The numbers of 64Kbps signaling links
are range: 1-31. This parameter must be
consistent on the two ends.

SPB E1 Timeslot
Amount

The amount of consecutive timeslots on SPB


E1 subunit occupied by the outgoing E1
signaling link. For 64Kbps signaling links, this
parameter is fixed to 1. This parameter must
be consistent on the two ends.

SLC

Signaling link code, range: 0-15. A signaling


link set has 16 narrowband signaling links
at most. Signaling link codes in the same
signaling link set can not be the same,
which must be consistent with those on the
peer-end office.

Self Loop

There is no self loop normally. Select No.

Link Info

The link supports E1 or T1. Select E1.

FCPL Threshold(ERL)

Load sharing ratio (%) of this link, range:


0100, or 255 (indicating invalid), default:
255

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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8.2.3 Adding a Signaling Route


Prerequisites

Context

License synchronization is complete.

You have logged in to the OMM network management system.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The TDM (E1/T1) or ATM signaling link configuration is complete.

Signaling Route Configuration is used to set which signaling link


set should be chosen and in which way it is chosen as signaling
routing. A signaling route is composed of two signaling link sets
at most.
This topic describes the procedure to create a signaling route when
the TDM/"ATM over E1" access mode is used.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Signal Configuration > MTP Data Configuration > Signaling Route Configuration > Create Signaling Route (ADD N7ROUTE) to open the command interface
shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 56 ADD N7ROUTE COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 42 ADD N7ROUTE PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Alias

Alias of the signaling route, range: 1-50


characters.

Linkset1 ID

The first signaling link set used by the route


Select one from those in Signaling Link
Group Configuration.
Value range: 0-1024; default value: 0

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Parameter

Description

Linkset2 ID

The second signaling link set used by the


route
Normally, the route to an associated office
uses only the signaling link set to this office,
and an associated adjacent office can only
be configured with one signaling link set.
Therefore, for a route to an associated office,
this parameter is set to 0 (default value).
If there are two STPs between the local
office and the quasi-associated office,
then linkset1 and linkset2 refer to the two
signaling link sets to the two STPs.
Value range: 01024

Signaling Route ID

Global ID of the signaling route, used for


selecting the signaling route in Signaling
Office Configuration, range: 1-2000

Line Mode Among


Linkset

Mode of link arrangement between signaling


link sets, recommended value: Random
Order
Options:

Random Order: arranged in random


order

SLS0: arranged according to bit0 of the


SLS

SLS1: arranged according to bit1 of the


SLS

SLS2: arranged according to bit2 of the


SLS

SLS3: arranged according to bit3 of the


SLS

SLS01: arranged according to bit0 and


bit1 of the SLS

SLS12: arranged according to bit1 and


bit2 of the SLS

SLS23: arranged according to bit2 and


bit3 of the SLS

In this configuration, the SLCs at the both


ends SLCs must be identical. Otherwise,
links may be blocked.
Line Mode
In-Linkset

Mode of link arrangement in a signaling link


set, recommended value: Random Order
Options:

Random Order: arranged in random


order

SLS0: arranged according to bit0 of the


SLS

SLS1: arranged according to bit1 of the


SLS

SLS2: arranged according to bit2 of the


SLS

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Parameter

Description

SLS3: arranged according to bit3 of the


SLS

SLS01: arranged according to bit0 and


bit1 of the SLS

SLS12: arranged according to bit1 and


bit2 of the SLS

SLS23: arranged according to bit2 and


bit3 of the SLS

Sort Manually

Whether signaling links are sorted manually,


default: No

Link List

Sort the links manually. The link list is


composed of indices and link numbers.
INDEX: Index of the link, which is combined
with the link No. to compose the link list;
value range: 1-16
LINK: Serial No. of the link, which is
combined with the link index to compose the
link list; value range: 1-5000

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Configure signaling offices.

8.2.4 Adding a Signaling Office


Prerequisites

Context

License synchronization is complete.

You have logged in to the OMM network management system.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The signaling route configuration is complete.

This topic describes the procedure to create a signaling office in


the TDM or ATM over E1 access mode.
Signaling office configuration is to set the relationship between a
destination signaling office and a signaling route. Specifically, it is
used to specify signaling routes for all configured associated/quasiassociated adjacent offices. The adjacent offices communicate
with the local office through common channel signaling.
For a specific destination signaling point, there are four levels of
route: direct route, the first round route, the second round route
and the third round route. Each level of route is composed of
several link groups, with all signaling links that connect the same
level of route working in the load sharing mode.

Steps

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2. Select the current working office node under root.


3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Signal Configuration > MTP Data Configuration
> Signaling Office Configuration > Create Signaling Office (ADD N7OFC) to open the interface as shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 57 ADD N7OFC COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 43 ADD N7OFC PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Signaling Office ID

ID of the signaling destination office, which


is also the adjacent office ID in adjacent
office configuration, range: 1-2048

Direct Route ID

ID of the preferred signaling route is in


normal case, range: 12000

1st Round Route ID

ID of the first optional route which may be


used in case that the normal route is not
available, range: 0-2000

2nd Round Route ID

ID of the second optional route which may


be used in case that the first optional route
is also not available, range: 0-2000, default
value: 0

3rd Round Route ID

ID of the third optional route which may be


used in case that the second optional route
is also not available, range: 0-2000, default
value: 0

Alias

Alias of the signaling office, range: 1-50


characters.

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
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Configure the GT translation selectors.

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8.3 SCCP Configuration


8.3.1 SCCP Related Concepts
GT Translation Selector Configuration and GT Translation Data
Configuration belong to SCCP Data Configuration. SCCP Data
Configuration serves for SCCP routing.
In the Core Network system, MAP signaling messages between
MSC(S)/VLR and ZXUN USPP or other entities in the network are
transferred through SCCP. All entities are interconnected directly
or through Signaling Transfer Point (STP). After receiving messages from the MAP layer, SCCP sends, receives or transfers these
messages according to route labels in the messages. SCCP provides two message routing methods: Routing by GT and Routing
by DPC+SSN.
GT and DPC+SSN routing modes are mainly different from handling methods when there is Signaling Transfer Point (STP) between the source signaling point and destination signaling point.
DPC+SSN routing mode requires that all signaling points in the
network, including the source signaling point, the destination signaling point and STPs, should be able to identify the DPC. After
signaling arrives at an intermediate node, it is directly sent via the
MTP layer instead of the SCCP layer. In this case, More DPC data
are required for the source signaling point and the STP.
The GT routing can be used in the case that the source signaling
point and some STPs do not know the final DPC of this signaling. When signaling is sent to an STP, GT shall be first translated
via SCCP into the DPC of the destination signaling point or next
hop STP before the signaling can be transferred to MTP for further
transmission. When GT routing is adopted, the source signaling
point is only required to send the signaling to the next hop STP of
GT translation according to GT number prefix and STP determines
whether the signaling is sent to the next hop STP or the destination signaling point. In this case, less DPC data are required for
the source signaling point and the STP.

8.3.2 Adding a GT Translation Selector


Prerequisites

Context

102

License synchronization is complete.

You have logged in to the OMM network management system.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The configuration of SIO location AS (connection with the adjacent office in IP access mode ) or signaling office configuration
(connection with the adjacent office in TDM or "ATM over E1"
access mode) is complete.

This topic describes the procedure to create GT translation selector.


GT translation selector is an entrance corresponding to each GT
translation, which is a part of GT.

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Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Signal Configuration > SCCP Data Configuration > GT Translation Selector > Create GT Translation
Selector (ADD GTT) to open the command interface shown
in the following figure.

FIGURE 58 ADD GTT COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 44 ADD GTT PARAMETERS
Parameter
GT Type

Description
Range: 1-4

GTT1 only contains Address Property.

GTT2 only contains Translation Type.

GTT3 only contains Translation Type,


Numbering Plan and Coding Design.

GTT4 only contains Translation Type,


Numbering Plan, Coding Design and
Address Property

The default value (4) is recommended.


Translation Type

It is configured when GT Type is set to 2,3


or 4. Range: 0-255.
The value 0 or 128 is recommended.
For example, it is set to 0 when Numbering
Plan is set to E.164.

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Parameter

Description

Numbering Plan

Options include NULL, E.164, E.214, RES,


X.121, F.29, E.210 and E.212.
The MSC(S)/VLR, HLR or MNP GT number
etc. adopts the E.164 numbering plan.
ISDNs of the subscribers adopt the E.214
numbering plan. Set it according to the
networking plan

Nature

Address property, options include NULL,


SUB, INT, NATRSV, NATSIGN and CAMEL.
INT (International No.) is recommended.

SCCP Route Index

ID of SCCP route, range: 0255

GT TransSelector ID

ID of this GT translation selector, range:


0-255

Country Code

Range: 0-4 characters. It is 86 by default.

Domestic Shortest
Bit

The shortest length (number of digits) of


the domestic GT number, range: 1-20. It
must be shorter than the length of analyzed
GT number. It is 5 by default.
Set it according to your networking plan.

Domestic Longest
Bit

The longest length (number of digits) of the


domestic GT number, range: 1-20. It must
be longer than the length of analyzed GT
number. It is 9 by default.
Set it according to your networking plan.

Int'l Shortest Bit

The shortest length (number of digits)


of the international GT number, range:
1-20. It must be shorter than the length of
analyzed GT number. It is 2 by default.
Set it according to your networking plan.

Int'l Longest Bit

The longest length (number of digits) of the


international GT number, range: 1-20. It
must be longer than the length of analyzed
GT number. It is 5 by default.
Set it according to your networking plan.

GT Translate
Property

Options include R_L (Right to Left To Get


Largest Match) and L_R (Right to Left To
Get Smallest Match). It is R_L by default,
which is recommended.

Support Calling GT
Prefix

Whether to enable matching the caller GT


number by prefix, default: NO
Set it according to your networking plan.

Alias

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Alias of the GT translation selector, range:


1-50 characters.

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5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Configure GT translation data.

8.3.3 Adding GT Translation Data


Prerequisites

License synchronization is complete.

The OMM network management system is working properly.

You have logged in to the OMM network management system.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The GT translation selector configuration is complete.

Context

GT translation data defines all GT numbers (including local office


and remote office GT numbers) and the routing mode.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Signal Configuration > SCCP Data Configuration > GT Translation Data Configuration > Create GT
Translation Data(ADD GT) to open the command interface
shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 59 ADD GT COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 45 ADD GT PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Called GT

The minimum prefix of GT number configured


in GT translation selector for called numbers
that can identify an office. It is a part of a
GT. For example, local office HLR number,
adjacent office MSC(S) number, adjacent
office SGSN number, MSISDN and so on,
range: 1-20 digits.

Calling GT

The minimum prefix of GT number configured


in GT translation selector for calling numbers
that can identify an office, range: 0-20 digits
SCCP may use the calling GT and the called
GT for addressing. If more than one office
has a same GT, messages may be transferred
to the expected office according to the calling
GT.

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Parameter

Description

GT TransSelector
ID

ID of the GT translation selector adopted by


GT translation, range: 0-255

GTDI

Serial number of number conversion,


range: 0-256. It is 0 by default, which is
recommended.

1st OFC-Turn
Times List

The polling turns and times of signaling


routes to each office for the first office group
when multiple-signaling-point office (or office
grouping) is configured. For example, if you
set it to office 1 twice and office 2 once, then
the routing will be office 1, office 1 and office
2. Office ID is in the range of 0-2048 and
Turn Times is in the range of 1-64. For an
associated office, its ID is set to 1 and the
times is also set to 1.

Office Group
Support

Wether office grouping is supported, default:


No
If Yes, offices may be divided into 4 groups,
and one group includes 4 offices at most.
If No, maximum 16 offices may be configured,
working in load-sharing mode.

2nd OFC-Turn
Times List

The polling turns and times of signaling


routes to each office for the second office
group

3rd OFC-Turn
Times List

The polling turns and times of signaling


routes to each office for the third office group

4th OFC-Turn
Times List

The polling turns and times of signaling


routes to each office for the fourth office
group

SSN

SSN number in GT translation result. It is


NULL by default, indicating that SCCP will
not check the subsystem. The default value
NULL is recommended.

New GT

A new GT number in GT translation result,


range: 0-20 digits. The default value is
recommended.

New GT Translator
Type

It is configured when the American standard


is adopted and there is no need to configure
it when ITUT/CHINA standard is adopted,
range: 0-255. The default value 0 is
recommended.

Include DPC And


SSN

If DPC, SSN or DPC+SSN is included in GT


translation result. Range: NULL, DPC or SSN.
The default value NULL is recommended.

Routing Mode

Options: GT and DPC. Select it according to


the actual usage of GT number.

New GT Attribute

Options: NGT, NAI, NTT, NTTES, NTTNAI. It


is NGT by default, which is recommended.

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Parameter

Description

SCCP Encode Type

Options: INT or USI. The default value (INT)


is recommended.

MAP Stage

MAP protocol release, options: P1, P2, P2+,


R99 and R4. It is R4 by default.
For network elements MGW, MSC(S), GGSN
and SGSN, the MAP Stage is invalid.

Virtual GT Support

Wether virtual GT translation is supported,


default: Not Support

TT Translation

Wether TT translation is supported, default:


Not Support

Number Plan Flag

Whether to enable the numbering plan,


default: No

New Number Plan

Options: NULL, E.164, X.121, F.69, E.210,


E.212 and E.214.
Set it according to your networking plan.

Service Type

Options: NULL, GSM and CDMA


Set it according to your networking plan.

Alias

Alias of this GT translation data item, range:


0-50 characters.

Note the following when you set the parameters.

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If you enter a calling GT number, then it is to add calling


GT translation data, or otherwise, it is to add called GT
translation data.
If you are not enabling calling GT, do not enter any calling
GT number.
If virtual GT translation is supported, you need to configure number conversion No. + office ID as the key for the
flexible GT number conversion policy. The office ID refers
to the one from 1 to 16 or the standby office ID.
If the office grouping is not supported, you can configure
at most 16 offices with each office sharing the load.
If the office grouping is supported, you can divide the offices into 4 groups with each group configured with at most
4 offices. Among the 4 groups, the first group has the highest priority and the fourth group has the lowest priority.
Each office in the group shares the load.
If office grouping is enabled and the office adopts 1+1 redundancy protection, Group 1 should be configured with
one office (Active), and Group 2 should be configured with
another office (Standby).
If the system supports GT matching by prefix, the selector
may have GT numbers of maximum 6 different lengths.

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5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

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After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> Checking IPv4 Interface Information
>> Entering Interface Configuration Mode
>> Entering Loopback Interface Configuration Mode
>> Configuring Interface IP Address
>> Adding a Group of Active/Standby Interfaces
>> Configuring Static Route

9.1 Checking IPv4 Interface


Information
Prerequisites

Context

License synchronization is complete.

The user has logged in to the OMM client and has the right to
perform data configuration.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

The offline data configuration is complete and the configuration


data are uploaded.

The connection between the OMM network management system and the OMP module is normal.

You may need to check the information of existing IPv4 interfaces


before or after configuring interface addresses of a TIPI or SIPI
board or the loopback address of a RPU module.
This topic describes the procedure to show IPv4 interface information.

Steps

1. On the NetNumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > IP Stack Configuration
> Interface Commands > Show Interface IPV4 Brief
Info(SHOW IP INTERFACE BRIEF) to open the window
shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 60 SHOW IP INTERFACE BRIEF COMMAND INTERFACE

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4. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


The results displayed on the Message Report tab are as
shown in the following figure. You can check the results
according to the corresponding network planning data.

In the first parameter, five parts of digits separated with :


respectively indicate the subsystem No., module No., unit
No., sub-unit No. and port No..
The values of the second and third parameters should be
up.
The fourth parameter should indicate the correct interface
IP address.
The fifth parameter should indicate the correct mask.

FIGURE 61 SHOW IP INTERFACE BRIEF RESULT

5. Check the IPv4 interface information on the Message Report


tab.
END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

If the IP addresses are not correct, configure the loopback interface or entering interface configuration mode to configure the interface addresses. Refer to topic 9.2 for procedures to configure
the interface IP address or topic 9.3 for procedures to configure
the loopback interface address.
If the IP addresses are correct, configure the interface group if
necessary. Refer to topic 9.5 for details.

9.2 Entering Interface


Configuration Mode
Prerequisites

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The user has logged in to the OMM client and has the right to
perform data configuration.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

Offline data configuration and data synchronization is complete.

The connection between the OMM network management system and the OMP module is normal.

Context

Only when you have entered the interface configuration mode can
you configure on line the interfaces of IP stack for SIPI board and
TIPI board.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal interface.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > IP Stack Configuration
> Interface Commands > Enter Interface Mode (INTERFACE) to open the interface shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 62 INTERFACE COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 46 INTERFACE PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Sub-System

Serial number of the subsystem that the TIPI or


SIPI unit belongs to, range: 0255, 0 generally

Module

Serial number of the MP module that the TIPI


or SIPI unit belongs to, range: 1-65535

Unit

Serial number of the TIPI or SIPI unit, range:


1-65535

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Parameter

Description

Sub-Unit

Subunit No.
Set it to 1.

Port

Port No.
The port No. of the external network interface
on the SIPI or TIPI rear board. Altogether four
interfaces, numbered 14 respectively from up
to down

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Result
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Enter the interface configuration mode.


Configure interface IP addresses of TIPI boards and SIPI boards.

9.3 Entering Loopback Interface


Configuration Mode
Prerequisites

License synchronization is complete.

The user has logged in to the OMM client and has the right to
perform data configuration.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

Offline data configuration and data synchronization is complete.

The connection between the OMM network management system and the OMP module is normal.

Context

To configure IP addresses of an RPU module, you need enter the


loopback interface configuration mode first.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal interface.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > IP Stack Configuration
> Interface Commands > Create (Enter) Loopback Interface (INTERFACE LOOPBACK) to open the interface shown
in the following figure.

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FIGURE 63 INTERFACE LOOPBACK COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set the parameter. For details about the parameter, see the
following table.
TABLE 47 INTERFACE LOOPBACK PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Port

Port No. of the RPU module used as the


loopback interface

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Result
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Enter the loopback interface configuration mode.


Configure the IP address of the loopback interface.

9.4 Configuring Interface IP


Address
Prerequisites

To configure IP addresses of a TIPI or SIPI board, you need


enter the interface configuration mode first. See 9.2 for reference.

To configure IP addresses of an RPU module, you need enter


the loopback interface configuration mode first. See 9.3 for
reference.

Context

When IP-mode inter-connection is adopted, you need on line configure actual interfaces for SIPI boards, TIPI boards and the RPU
module. This topic describes the procedure to configure an IP address.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal interface.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > IP Stack Configuration
> Interface Commands > Create IP Address Of Interface
(ADD IP ADDRESS) to open the interface shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 64 ADD IP ADDRESS INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 48 ADD IP ADDRESS PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

IP

IP address
Set according to your networking plan.

Subnet Mask

Subnet Mask
Set according to your networking plan.

Broadcast
Address

Broadcast refers to the information that one


computer expects other computers to receive
in the network. Broadcast is used when one
computer does not know to which computer
it should communicate. Configure it as
255.255.255.255 if necessary.
Usually 255.255.255.255, indicating all IPs in
the local network

CORBA ID

CORBA ID, range: 1-65535


Set according to your networking plan. It is
generally not required.

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


6. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > IP Stack Configuration
> Save Online Configuration Data (SAVE ONLINEDATA)
to open the interface shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 65 SAVE ONLINEDATA INTERFACE

7. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to save the online


configuration data.
8. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > IP Stack Configuration
> Exit Mode (EXIT) to open the command interface shown
in the following figure.

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FIGURE 66 EXIT COMMAND INTERFACE

9. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to exit the interface


configuration mode.
END

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Result

The system saves settings of the created interface IP address and


exits the interface configuration mode.

Postrequisite

When the interface IP address configuration is complete, confirm


that the IPv4 interface information is correct. If the interface IP is
not configured completely, enter the interface configuration mode
to configure the corresponding interface IP.

9.5 Adding a Group of


Active/Standby Interfaces
Prerequisites

Context

License synchronization is complete.

The user has logged in to the OMM client and has the right to
perform data configuration.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

All offline configuration is complete and uploaded.

The connection between the OMM network management system and the OMP module is normal.

USI and TIPI boards support redundancy protection of ports. A


rear board has 4 network interfaces, FE1 to FE4. ZXUN USPP uses
FE1 and FE2 only. The two ports may work either independently or
in a redundancy protection mode of 1+1 active/standby backup.
SIPI boards do not support redundancy protection of ports.
This topic describes the procedure to create a group of active/standby interfaces.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal interface.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > IP Stack Configuration
> Interface Commands > Create Interface Backup Group
(ADD INTERFACE GROUP) to open the interface shown in
the following figure.

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FIGURE 67 ADD INTERFACE GROUP INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.
TABLE 49 ADD INTERFACE GROUP PARAMETERS
Parameter

Description

Interface1

Complex type, format: Subsystem1module1unit1port1


Set it according to your networking plan.

Interface2

Complex type, format: Subsystem2module2unit2port2


Set it according to your networking plan.

Backup Mode

Select ONEPLUSONE.

Note:
It is no need to specify which port is active and which is
standby. The system assigns automatically. The active port is
generally the one with a larger port number.
5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.
END

OF STEPS

9.6 Configuring Static Route


Prerequisites

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License synchronization is complete.

The user has logged in to the OMM client and has the right to
perform data configuration.

The OMM system is correctly configured and connected according to the network planning.

All offline configuration is complete and uploaded.

The connection between the OMM network management system and the OMP module is normal.

The IP interfaces, loopback interface, and the group of active/standby interfaces have been configured.

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Context

This topic describes the procedure to create static route for IP interfaces.
For example, Office 14 adopts network segment 190, while Office 16 adopts network segment 191. And Module 3 of Office 14
(190.168.14.2, port 5003) needs to connect Module 4 of Office 16
(191.168.16.2, port: 50004). The following static routes should
be configured.

Static route for Office 14, net hop IP address: 190.168.14.100


Office 14 sends messages to Office 16 in this way:
190.168.14.2, port 5003 190.168.14.100 (through a TIPI
board in Office 14) 191.168.16.100 (through a TIPI board
in Office 16) 191.168.16.4, port: 50004

Static route for Office 16, net hop IP address: 191.168.16.100


Office 16 sends messages to Office 14 in this way:
191.168.16.4, port 50004 191.168.16.100 (through a TIPI
board in Office 16) 190.168.14.100 (through a TIPI board
in Office 14) 190.168.14.2, port: 5003

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M30 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal interface.
2. Select the current working office node under root.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Device Configuration > IP Stack Configuration
> IP Route Protocol > Static Route Configuration > Create Static Route (ADD IP ROUTE) to open the interface
shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 68 ADD IP ROUTE INTERFACE

4. Set the parameters. For details about the parameters, see the
following table.

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TABLE 50 ADD IP ROUTE PARAMETERS


Parameter

Description

Net Prefix

IP address of the peer-end interface, IPv4


type
Set it according to your networking plan.

Mask

Network mask of the peer-end interface,


IPv4 type, for example, 255.255.0.0
Set it according to your networking plan.

Next Hop IP

Next hop IP address, IPv4 type


It is the gateway IP address if there is one
or the IP address of the peer-end virtual
interface if there is no gateway.
Set it according to your networking plan.

Next Hop Interface

Next hop interface, format: SUBSYSTEMMODULE-UNIT-SUNIT-PORT


Set it according to your networking plan.

Tunnel ID

ID of the tunnel interface, range: 1-1024


Set it according to your networking plan.
The default setting (null) is recommended.

Loopback Port

ID of the loopback port, range: 1-128


Set it according to your networking plan.

Distance

If represents the credibility of a route


protocol. The smaller a distance value is,
the higher credibility is.
In case of two or more routes of different
route protocols to a same destination, the
router selects an optimal route according
to the management distance.
Range: 1-254
Set it according to your networking plan.
The default value is recommended.

VRF NAME

Name of VRF table, range: 0-30 characters


It is recommended to use the default value.
Set it according to the networking plan.

Global

Whether it is a global next hop


If Next Hop IP is the global next-hop IP
address, select YES; otherwise, do not set
it. It is recommended to use the default
value.
Set it according to your networking plan.

CORBA ID

CORBA ID, range: 1-65535


Set it according to your networking plan.
Recommended value: null (default)

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5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END

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Chapter 10 Administration Domain


Data Configuration Flow
After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> Administration Domain Data Configuration

10.1 Administration Domain Data


Configuration
The flow of administration domain configuration on EMS is shown
in the following figure.
FIGURE 69 ADMINISTRATION DOMAIN CONFIGURATION FLOW

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Basic Data Configuration
After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> Adding an Administration Domain
>> Configuring Relation Between Administration Domain and DUA
>> Adding Administration Domain Function
>> Adding Administration Domain Capacity

11.1 Adding an Administration


Domain
Prerequisites

The DUA node is configured.

The EMS network management system is working properly.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The UDS related configuration is complete. See ZXUN USPP


Universal Subscriber Profile Platform Data Configuration(UDS)
for details.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to create USPP administration


domain and to configure the relationship between the administration domain and physical offices.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Service Configuration > Public Service Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command. See ZXUN USPP Universal Subscriber Profile Platform
Data Configuration(UDS) for details.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > AdminDomain Basic Configuration > AdminDomain Configuration > Create AdminDomain Configuration(ADD VHLR) to open the window as shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 70 ADD VHLR COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set parameters by referring to the following table.


TABLE 51 ADD VHLR COMMAND PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

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Parameter

Description

AdminDomain ID

Administration domain ID, range: 1-128

AdminDomain Sub
Net

NE type of the administration domain.


Options include CDMA (HLR of CDMA2000),
WCN (HLR of TD-SCDMA or WCDMA) and
some others.

Need Check Logical


Number Segment

Whether to check the home logical code


segment.

Need Check Physical


Number Segment

Whether to check the home physical code


segment

AdminDomain
property

Property of the administration domain,


Master (active) or Slave (standby),
default: Master

Type of Mate
AdminDomain

Type of the peer-end office, options include


USPP_WCDMA, USPP_CDMA, WCDMA,
CDMA and other.

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Parameter

Description

HLRNumber of Mate
HLR

HLR number of the peer-end, range: 024


characters

Takeover Method

Valid for a standby (Slave) administration


domain only
Options include Manual and Auto.

Takeover Check
Interval(s)

Valid for Auto takeover method, range:


1900, default: 300

Takeover Check
Volume Threshold

Quantity of traffic for takeover check,


valid for Auto takeover method, range:
1100000, default: 1000

Allow Boss After


Takeover

Whether BOSS operations are allowed after


takeover, valid for Auto takeover method,
default: No

Allow DRSync After


Takeover

Whether DRSYNC authority is allowed after


takeover, valid for Auto takeover method,
default: No

Allow supplementary service after


takeover

Whether the handling of supplementary


services is allowed after the standby node
has taken over, default: Yes

Allow Basic Service


Before Takeover

Whether the handling of basic services is


allowed after the standby node has taken
over, default: Yes

Allow Reliable
Service After
Takeover

Whether the handling of steady services is


allowed after the standby node has taken
over, default: Yes

Allow Transient
Service After
Takeover

Whether the handling of transient services


is allowed after the standby node has taken
over, default: Yes

Allow Take Voice


Mailbox After
Takeover

Whether the retrieval of voice mailbox is


allowed after the standby node has taken
over, default: Yes

CDMA DSU Sync


Mode

Synchronization mode of CDMA dynamic


information, options include DRSYNC mode
(default) and signaling mode

Is Basic
AdminDomain for
Copying

Whether the reference administration


domain is copied, default: No

User Label

Alias of the administration domain, range:


020 characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Configure relation between administration domain and DUA.

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11.2 Configuring Relation Between


Administration Domain and DUA
Prerequisites

The administration domain is configured.

The EMS network management system is working properly.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to configure the relation between an administration domain and a DUA.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Service Configuration > Public Service Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command. See ZXUN USPP Universal Subscriber Profile Platform
UDS Data Configuration for details.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > AdminDomain Basic Configuration > AdminDomain Relating DUA Configuration > Create AdminDomain Relating DUA Configuration(ADD VDUA) to open the
window as shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 71 ADD VDUA COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set parameters by referring to the following table.


TABLE 52 ADD DSAGRP COMMAND PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION
Parameter

Description

Serial No.

Serial number of the DUA under the administration


domain, range: 1-65535

AdminDomain ID

ID of the administration domain, range: 1128

DUA Node ID

Select one from the existing administration domain


IDs.
ID of the DUA node to be assigned to the
administration domain, range: 1-65535
Select one from the existing DUA nodes.

User Label

128

Alias of this administration domain/DUA relation,


range: 0-50 characters

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5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Configure administration domain function.

11.3 Adding Administration


Domain Function
Prerequisites

Context

The administration domain is configured.

The EMS network management system is working properly.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

Network elements in a USPP system share one set of licenses. One


license on USPP can be used by multiple administration domains.
This topic describes the procedure to configure the administration
domain function for setting a license for an administration domain.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Service Configuration > Public Service Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command. See ZXUN USPP Universal Subscriber Profile Platform
Data Configuration (UDS) for details.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > AdminDomain Basic Configuration > AdminDomain Function Switch Configuration > Create AdminDomain Function Switch Configuration(ADD VHLRLIC) to
open the window as shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 72 ADD VHLRLIC COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set parameters by referring to the following table.

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TABLE 53 ADD VHLRLIC COMMAND PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION


Parameter

Description

AdminDomain ID

ID of the administration domain (virtual HLR)


whose License is required to be configured

ITEM ID

Select the License corresponding to the


function required by the administration
domain from USPP License items.

User Label

Alias of the administration domain function,


range: 0-50 characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Configure administration domain capacity.

11.4 Adding Administration


Domain Capacity
Prerequisites

Context

The administration domain is configured.

The EMS network management system is working properly.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

In a USPP system, the license controls the number of subscribers


by administration domains. And subscribers are distributed to the
administration domains.
During subscriber data processing, such as adding a subscriber,
if the system finds that a relevant performance statistic value has
changed, it compares the value with the corresponding subscriberquantity control setting in the license, and returns a failure message if the performance statistic value is larger than the value
defined in the license, or otherwise proceeds to process the subscriber data.
This topic describes the procedure to configure administration domain capacity.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Service Configuration > Public Service Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command. See ZXUN USPP Universal Subscriber Profile Platform
UDS Data Configuration for details.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > AdminDomain Basic Configuration > AdminDomain Capacity Configuration > Create AdminDomain Ca-

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pacity Configuration(ADD VHLRCAP) to open the window


as shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 73 ADD VHLRCAP COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set parameters by referring to the following table.


TABLE 54 ADD VHLRCAP COMMAND PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION
Parameter

Description

AdminDomain ID

Virtual HLR (administration domain) ID


whose License is to be configured
Select a virtual HLR ID from the existing
ones.

ITEM ID

ID of this subscriber capacity item

ITEM Value

Value of this subscriber capacity item


The sum of all item values under the same
item ID must not be larger than the total
capacity defined by the license.

User Label

Alias of this subscriber capacity item, range:


0-50 characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

For an HSS or SPR network element, create realm names.

For other network elements, perform subscriber data distribution configuration.

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Distribution Configuration
After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> Configuring Relation Between PDSA Group and Administration Domain
>> Adding a Physical Number Segment for an Administration Domain
>> Adding a Logical Number Segment for an Administration Domain
>> Distributing a Physical Number Segment to an ID DSA Group
>> Distributing a Logical Number Segment to an ID DSA Group
>> Distributing a Physical Number Segment to a P DSA Group

12.1 Configuring Relation Between


PDSA Group and Administration
Domain
Prerequisites

Context

The administration domain is configured.

The UDS related configuration is complete.

The EMS network management system is working properly.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

To facilitate management and maintenance, user data of a same


application type should be stored in one P-DSA.
Normally, a DSA group distribution is generated automatically
when a NE under an administration domain is created. Users can
also add DSA group distribution manually. This topic describes the
procedure to configure PDSA group in an administration domain
(VHLR).

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Service Configuration > Public Service Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command. See ZXUN USPP Universal Subscriber Profile Platform
UDS Data Configuration for details.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Subscriber Data Distributing Configuration >
PDSA GroupAdminDomain Relation Configuration >
Create PDSA GroupAdminDomain Relation Configuration (ADD VDSAGRP) to open the window as shown in the
following table.

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FIGURE 74 ADD VDSAGRP COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set parameters by referring to the following table.


TABLE 55 ADD VDSAGRP COMMAND PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION
Parameter

Description

Serial No.

Serial number of this configuration item

PDSA Group ID

ID of the PDSA group. Select from the


existing PDSA groups.
A PDSA group may have a relation with
multiple administration domains, but
with only one type of NE.
Set it according to your networking plan.

AdminDomain ID

ID of the administration domain to which


the PDSA group is attributed. Select
an administration domain ID from the
existing ones.

PDSA Group Subnet

The type of NE corresponding to the


PDSA group. A PDSA group can only
belong to one NE.

User Label

Alias of the DSA group distribution,


range: 0-50 characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Add physical number segments for this administration domain.

12.2 Adding a Physical Number


Segment for an Administration
Domain
Prerequisites

134

The administration domain is configured. And the Need Check


Physical Number Segment configuration item of this administration domain is set to Yes.

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Context

The EMS network management system is working properly.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

On the agent, numbers are assigned to an administration domain


(virtual HLR) according to the number segment configuration of
physical numbers, such as, IMSI, PSID, MIN or LRN.
This topic describes the procedure to add a physical number segment in an administration domain.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Service Configuration > Public Service Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command. See ZXUN USPP Universal Subscriber Profile Platform
Data Configuration (UDS) for details.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Subscriber Data Distributing Configuration >
AdminDomain Physics Number Distributing Configuration > Create AdminDomain Physics Number Distributing Configuration (ADD VHLRSPN) to open the window as
shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 75 ADD VHLRSPN COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set parameters by referring to the following table.


TABLE 56 ADD VHLRSPN COMMAND PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION
Parameter

Description

ID

ID of the physical number segment of the


administration domain, range: 0-65535

Number Segment
Type

Type of the physical number segment

Beginning Number

The beginning number of the physical


number segment of the administration
domain, string type, range: 131 digits

Ending Number

The ending number of the physical number


segment of the administration domain,
string type, range: 131 digits

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Parameter

Description

AdminDomain ID

Administration domain ID to which the


physical number segment is attributed,
range: 1128

User Label

Alias of the physical number segment in


the administration domain, range: 0-50
characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Add logical number segments for the administration domain if its


Need Check Logical Number Segment configuration item is set
to Yes. Otherwise, configure the distribution of physical number
segments among ID DSA groups.

12.3 Adding a Logical Number


Segment for an Administration
Domain
Prerequisites

The administration domain is configured. And the Need Check


Logical Number Segment configuration item of this administration domain is set to Yes.

The EMS network management system is working properly.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to add a logical number segment (such as those of MSISDN or DN numbers) in an administration domain.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Service Configuration > Public Service Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command. See ZXUN USPP Universal Subscriber Profile Platform
UDS Data Configuration for details.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Subscriber Data Distributing Configuration >
AdminDomain Logical Number Distributing Configuration > Create AdminDomain Logical Number Distributing
Configuration (ADD VHLRSLN) to open the window as
shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 76 ADD VHLRSLN COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set parameters by referring to the following table.


TABLE 57 ADD VHLRSLN COMMAND PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION
Parameter

Description

ID

ID of the logical number segment of the


administration domain, range: 0-65535

Beginning Number

The beginning number of the logical number


segment of the administration domain, string
type, range: 131 digits

Ending Number

The ending number of the logical number


segment of the administration domain, string
type, range: 131 digits
Its length must be identical with the
beginning number.

AdminDomain ID

Administration domain ID to which the logical


number segment is attributed, range: 1128

User Label

Alias of the logical number segment in


the administration domain, range: 0-50
characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Configure the distribution of physical number segments among ID


DSA groups.

12.4 Distributing a Physical


Number Segment to an ID DSA
Group
Prerequisites

The UDS configuration is complete.

The EMS network management system is working properly.

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You have logged into the EMS network management system.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to distribute a physical number


segment to an ID DSA group.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Service Configuration > Public Service Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command. See ZXUN USPP Universal Subscriber Profile Platform
Data Configuration (UDS) for details.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Subscriber Data Distributing Configuration >
IDSA Group Physics Number Distributing Configuration
> Create IDSA Group Physics Number Distributing Configuration (ADD IDSAGSPN) to open the window as shown
in the following figure.

FIGURE 77 ADD IDSAGSPN COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set parameters by referring to the following table.


TABLE 58 ADD IDSAGSPN COMMAND PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

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Parameter

Description

Serial No.

Serial number of this physical number


segment, range: 0-65535

Number Type

Type of the physical number segment

Beginning Code

The beginning number of the physical


number segment, string type, range: 131
digits

ending Code

The ending number of the physical number


segment of the administration domain,
string type, range: 131 digits

IDSA Group ID

ID of the IDSA group that the physical


number segment is distributed to, range:
1128

User Label

Alias of the configuration item, range:


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5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Configure the distribution of logical number segments among ID


DSA groups.

12.5 Distributing a Logical Number


Segment to an ID DSA Group
Prerequisites

The UDS configuration is complete.

An administration domain is configured.

The EMS network management system is working properly.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to distribute a logical number


segment to an ID DSA group.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Service Configuration > Public Service Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command. See ZXUN USPP Universal Subscriber Profile Platform
Data Configuration (UDS) for details.
3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Subscriber Data Distributing Configuration >
IDSA Group Logical Number Distributing Configuration
> Create IDSA Group Logical Number Distributing Configuration (ADD IDSAGSLN) to open the window as shown
in the following figure.

FIGURE 78 ADD IDSAGSLN COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set parameters by referring to the following table.

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TABLE 59 ADD IDSAGSLN COMMAND PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION


Parameter

Description

Serial No.

Serial number of this logical number


segment, range: 0-65535

Number Type

Type of the physical number segment: DN

Beginning Code

The beginning number of the logical


number segment, string type, range: 131
digits

ending Code

The ending number of the logical number


segment of the administration domain,
string type, range: 131 digits

IDSA Group ID

ID of the IDSA group that the logical


number segment is distributed to, range:
1128

User Label

Alias of the configuration item, range: 0-50


characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Configure the distribution of physical number segments among P


DSA groups.

12.6 Distributing a Physical


Number Segment to a P DSA
Group
Prerequisites

The UDS configuration is complete.

An administration domain is configured.

The EMS network management system is working properly.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

Context

This topic describes the procedure to distribute a physical number


segment to a P DSA group.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Service Configuration > Public Service Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command. See ZXUN USPP Universal Subscriber Profile Platform
Data Configuration (UDS) for details.

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3. On the MML commands navigation tree, select MML Commands > Subscriber Data Distributing Configuration >
PDSA Group Logical Number Distributing Configuration
> Create PDSA Group Logical Number Distributing Configuration (ADD DSAGRPSPN) to open the window as shown
in the following figure.
FIGURE 79 ADD DSAGRPSPN COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set parameters by referring to the following table.


TABLE 60 ADD DSAGRPSPN COMMAND PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION
Parameter

Description

ID

Serial number of this physical number


segment, range: 0-65535

Number Segment
Type

Type of the physical number segment:


IMSI, PSID, or MIN

Beginning Number

The beginning number of the physical


number segment, string type, range: 131
digits

Ending Number

The ending number of the physical number


segment of the administration domain,
string type, range: 131 digits

PDSA Group ID

ID of the PDSA group that the physical


number segment is distributed to, range:
165535

User Label

Alias of the configuration item, range: 0-50


characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Perform agent resource configuration.

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Configuration
After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> Adding an Agent Number Segment Group
>> Adding an Agent Physical Number Segment
>> Adding an Agent Logical Number Segment
>> Adding an Operator Role
>> Adding an Operator

13.1 Adding an Agent Number


Segment Group
Prerequisites

Context

The UDS configuration is complete.

The administration domain basic configuration and subscriber


data distribution configuration is complete.

The EMS network management system is working properly.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

An operator may have one or more roles and thus obtain some
operation authorities. The authorities of a role include operating
administration domains, number segment groups in the administration domain and operation codes.
The following figure shows the relation between operation authorities on number segment groups and roles.

FIGURE 80 ROLES AND AGENT HANDLING AUTHORITIES

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This topic describes the procedure to create a number segment


group and assign it to the authorities of an administration domain.
Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Service Configuration > Public Service Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command. See ZXUN USPP Universal Subscriber Profile Platform
UDS Data Configuration for details.
3. On the MML Commands navigation tree, select Agent Resource Configuration > Agent Number Group Configuration > Create Agent Number Group Configuration to open
the window as shown in the following figure.

FIGURE 81 ADD NUMGRP COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set parameters by referring to the following table.


TABLE 61 ADD NUMGRP COMMAND PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION
Parameter

Description

Number Group ID

ID of the number segment group, range:


1-65535

AdminDomain ID

ID of the administration domain

User Label

Alias of the segment group, range: 0-50


characters

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Configure agent physical number segments.

13.2 Adding an Agent Physical


Number Segment
Prerequisites

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The agent number group is configured.

The EMS network management system is working properly.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

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Context

An operator may have one or more roles and thus obtain some
operation authorities. The authorities of a role include operating
administration domains, number segment groups in the administration domain and operation codes.
A number segment group may contain multiple number segments.
Within an administration domain, a number segment or a number
can not be contained by or overlaps with another number segment.
For the illustration of the relation between roles and agent authorities, refer to 13.1.
This topic describes the procedure to create a physical number
segment and assign it to a number segment group.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Service Configuration > Public Service Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command. See ZXUN USPP Universal Subscriber Profile Platform
UDS Data Configuration for details.
3. On the MML Commands navigation tree, select Agent Resource Configuration > Agent Physical Number Segment
Configuration > Create Agent Physical Number Segment
Configuration to open the window as shown in the following
figure.

FIGURE 82 ADD AGENTSPN COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set parameters by referring to the following table.


TABLE 62 ADD AGENTSPN COMMAND PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION
Parameter

Description

ID

ID of this physical number segment,


0-65535.

Beginning Number

The beginning number of the physical


number segment, range: 131 digits

Ending Number

The ending number of the physical number


segment, range: 131 digits

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Parameter

Description

Number Group ID

ID of the number group to which the


physical number segment is attributed.
Select a number group ID from the existing
ones.

User Label

Alias of the physical number segment,


0-50 characters.

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Configure agent logical number segments.

13.3 Adding an Agent Logical


Number Segment
Prerequisites

Context

The agent number group is configured.

The EMS network management system is working properly.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

An operator may have one or more roles and thus obtain some
operation authorities. The authorities of a role include operating
administration domains, number segment groups in the administration domain and operation codes.
A number segment group may contain multiple number segments.
Within an administration domain, a number segment or a number
can not be contained by or overlaps with another number segment.
For the illustration of the relation between roles and agent authorities, refer to 13.1.
This topic describes the procedure to create a logical number segment and assign it to a number segment group.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > MML Terminal to open the MML Terminal window.
2. Select NetNumen > USPP > Service Configuration > Public Service Configuration.
USPP here is a USPP node created by the CREATE USPP command. See ZXUN USPP Universal Subscriber Profile Platform
UDS Data Configuration for details.
3. On the MML Commands navigation tree, select Agent Resource Configuration > Agent Logical Number Segment
Configuration > Create Agent Logical Number Segment
Configuration to open the window as shown in the following
figure.

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FIGURE 83 ADD AGENTSLN COMMAND INTERFACE

4. Set parameters by referring to the following table.


TABLE 63 ADD AGENTSLN COMMAND PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION
Parameter

Description

ID

ID of this logical number segment, range:


0-65535.

Beginning Number

The beginning number of the logical


number segment, range: 131 digits

Ending Number

The ending number of the logical number


segment, range: 131 digits

Number Group ID

ID of the number group to which the logical


number segment is attributed. Select a
number group ID from the existing ones.

User Label

Alias of the logical number segment, 0-50


characters.

5. Click the Execute(F5) button or press F5 to execute this command.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Configure operator roles.

13.4 Adding an Operator Role


Prerequisites

Context

The EMS network management system is working properly.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

The agent number segments are configured.

An operator of a role has all authorities of this role. One operator


can have multiple roles and thus have their authorities.
This topic describes the procedure to add a role.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > Security Management to open the Security
Management interface.

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2. Select Role Management from the Security Tree.


3. Click the
(Create Role) button to open the Create Role
dialog box.
4. On the Basic Information tab, Set Role Name and Role
Description.
5. On the Access Rights tab, select nodes from the Operation
Tree to grand operations to the role and select nodes from the
Resource Tree to grand operation rights to code segments
under administration domains to the role, as shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 84 CREATE ROLE

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Note:

In terms of a role, all the selected operation nodes have


the rights to operate the selected resources. If different
operation nodes are required to correspond to different resources, users can configure various roles.
The checks before the nodes from the Operation Tree must
be like
instead of . Otherwise, the configuration may
not take effect.

6. Click OK to finish role creation.


END
Postrequisite

OF STEPS

Add operators.

13.5 Adding an Operator


Prerequisites

Context

The role of this operator is created.

The EMS network management system is working properly.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

When an operator having a role has all authorities of this role. One
operator can have multiple roles and thus have their authorities.
This topic describes the procedure to add an operator.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > Security Management to open the Security
Management interface.
2. Select User Management from the Security Tree.
(Create User) button to open the Create User
3. Click the
dialog box.

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FIGURE 85 CREATE USER

4. Set User Name, Full Name, User Password and Verity


Password on the Basic Information tab page.
5. Select the corresponding role of the operator from the Role
Tree on the Role tab page.
6. Click OK to finish user creation.
END
Postrequisite

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Upload the administration domain configuration data to the related


OMM.

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After you have completed this chapter, you will know:
>> Uploading Configuration Data

14.1 Uploading Configuration Data


Prerequisites

The EMS network management system is working properly.

You have logged into the EMS network management system.

Context

UDS configuration and administration domain configuration are


performed on EMS. And the configuration data should be upload
to the OMM network management system, FE and UDS. This topic
introduces the procedure to upload the data.

Steps

1. On the Netnumen(TM) M31 main window, select menu


Views > Daily Maintenance to open the Daily Maintenance interface.
2. Select Daily Maintenance > USPP > Data Maintenance
> Data Sync from the navigation tree to open the interface
shown in the following figure.

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FIGURE 86 DATA SYNC

3. Set the data synchronization parameters by referring to the


following table.
TABLE 64 DATA SYNCHRONIZATION PARAMETERS
Parameter
Operate Type

Description
Synchronization type
Changed Tables refer to the tables of
configuration data that have been changed since
last synchronization.
All Tables refer to all the tables of configuration
data on the EMS.

Sync Option

Sync OMM uploads the configuration data on EMS


to the OMM network management system only.
Sync MP uploads the configuration data on EMS
to both the OMM network management system
and the foreground MPs.

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Parameter

Description

Options

Save: Whether data are saved at once on each


module after the uploading
Toslave: Whether data are synchronized at once
to each backup node after the uploading

Timeout
(100ms)

The upload request times out if the front-end


processor does not make any response in this
period of time.
Range: 16000, default: 600

4. Select the Sync By Vhlr (sync by administration domain) or


the Sync By Bureau (sync by office) tab, and select the administration domains or offices whose configuration data are
to be uploaded.
5. Click the Execute button to upload the data.
6. Click the Sync Process Info tab to check the messages returned during the upload process.
7. Click the Syn Result Info tab to confirm that the upload has
succeeded.
END

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Glossary
AS
Application Server
ASIC
Application Specific Integrated Circuit
ASP
Application Server Process
ATM
Asynchronous Transfer Mode
BCTC
Backplane of ConTrol Center
BE
Back End
CMP
Calling Main Processor
CORBA
Common Object Request Broker Architecture
CPU
Central Processing Unit
DBIO
DataBase Input & Output
DN
Directory Number
DPC
Destination signaling Point Code
DSA
Directory System Agent
DSP
Directory System Protocol
DSP
Digital Signal Processor
DST
Data Storage Transfer
DUA
Directory User Agent
EMS
Element Management System
FE
Front End
FE
Fast Ethernet
FPGA
Field Programmable Gate Array

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FTP
File Transfer Protocol
GE
Gigabit Ethernet
GT
GSM/TD Dual Mode
HLR
Home Location Register
IDSA
Identity DSA
IMSI
International Mobile Subscriber Identity
IP
Internet Protocol
IPSP
IP Signaling Point
ISUP
ISDN User Part
LDAP
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
LIC
Lawful Interception Center
LRN
Location Routing Number
M3UA
MTP3-User Adaptation layer protocol
MAP
Mobile Application Part
MGW
Media GateWay
MIN
Mobile station Identification Number
MSCS
Mobile Switching Center Server
MSISDN
Mobile Station International Subscriber Directory Number
MTP
MessageTransfer Part
NE
Network Element
OMC
Operation & Maintenance Center
OMM
Operation & Maintenance Module
PDSA
Profile DSA
PSID

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Glossary

Private System Identification


RDBMS
Relational Data Base Management System
RPU
Route Protocol Unit
SCCP
Signaling Connection Control Part
SCN
Switched Circuit Network
SCTP
Stream Control Transmission Protocol
SGP
Signaling Gateway Process
SGSN
Service GPRS Supporting Node
SGW
Signaling GateWay
SIPI
Signaling IP bearer Interface
SMP
Signal Main Processor
SPB
Signaling Processing Board
SSN
Sub-System Number
STP
Signaling Transfer Point
TCP
Transfer Control Protocol
TD-SCDMA
Time Division-Synchronization Code Division Multiple Access
TDM
Time Division Multiplexing
THUB
Trunk HUB
UDS
Universal Directory Server
UIMC
Universal Interface Module for Control plane (BCTC or BPSN)
USI
Universal Service Interface
USPP
Universal Subscriber Profile Platform
VLR
Visitor Location Register
VRF
Virtual Route Forwarding

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WCDMA
Wideband Code Division Multiple Access

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