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Nokia Siemens Networks BSC and TCSM

Rel. S16, Release Documentation

BSC upgrade for SDH/Sonet


equipment protection

(ANSI/ETSI)

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Contents

1 Purpose ................................................................................................ 7

2 Scope of applications .......................................................................... 8

3 Using the document............................................................................. 9


3.1 General info ........................................................................................... 9
3.2 Upgrade macro .................................................................................... 10
3.2.1 Structure .............................................................................................. 10
3.2.2 Communication .................................................................................... 11
3.2.3 Log files ............................................................................................... 11

4 Introduction ........................................................................................ 15
4.1 BSC3i equipment before upgrade ........................................................ 17
4.2 BSC3i equipment after upgrade ........................................................... 19

5 Pre-requirements ............................................................................... 21
5.1 Pre-requirements & Actions needed prior upgrade ............................... 21
5.2 Restrictions .......................................................................................... 22
5.3 Needed documentation ........................................................................ 23
5.4 Needed equipment............................................................................... 23
5.5 HIT and upgrade macros ..................................................................... 24
5.5.1 System requirements for HIT ............................................................... 24
5.5.2 Installing HIT ........................................................................................ 24
5.5.3 Installing HIT upgrading macros........................................................... 24
5.5.4 HIT settings.......................................................................................... 25
5.5.5 Connection settings ............................................................................. 26
5.5.6 Starting the HIT application / macro execution ..................................... 44

6 Fallback copying of the current package ......................................... 53

7 BSC configuration printout (pre-check) ........................................... 54

8 SDH/Sonet equipment protection upgrade for BSC in case


of STMU full capacity configuration (2+2) ........................................ 55
8.1 Re-host traffic from concerning STMU/ET16/ETIP unit ....................... 57
8.2 Delete old configurations & equipment ................................................. 57
8.3 Install redundant ETS2 plug-in unit ...................................................... 59
8.4 Make cabling changes and install new cables related to MCMU-
0 .......................................................................................................... 60
8.5 Make DIP-switch changed to SW256B in MCMU,0 .............................. 61
8.6 Make cabling changes and install new cables related to MCMU-
1 .......................................................................................................... 61
8.7 Make DIP-switch changed to SW256B in MCMU-1 .............................. 62
8.8 New configuration & equipment with HW protection ............................. 62

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8.8.1 BSC3i 1000/2000 or upgraded Flexi BSC ............................................ 62


8.8.2 New Delivery Flexi BSC ....................................................................... 67
8.9 MCMU diagnostic ................................................................................. 73

9 SDH/Sonet equipment protection upgrade for BSC in case


of STMU half capacity configuration (1+1) ...................................... 74
9.1 In case of STMU indexes between 0 to 6 ............................................. 75
9.1.1 Re-host traffic from concerning STMU/ET16/ETIP unit ........................ 75
9.1.2 Delete interfaces from affected STMU, ET16/ETIP units ...................... 76
9.1.3 Change STMU units states to SE-NH and delete ET16/ETIP
equipment ............................................................................................ 76
9.1.4 Remove old protection groups.............................................................. 77
9.1.5 Delete ET sets from GTIC-0 units ........................................................ 77
9.1.6 Make cabling changes and install new cables related to
MCMU,0 ............................................................................................... 77
9.1.7 Make DIP-switch changes to SW256B in MCMU,0 .............................. 78
9.1.8 Make cabling changes and install new cables related to MCMU-
1........................................................................................................... 78
9.1.9 Make DIP-switch changes to SW256B in MCMU-1 .............................. 79
9.1.10 Create new ET sets for upgraded STMU unit ....................................... 79
9.1.11 Change upgraded STMU unit to WO-EX state ..................................... 81
9.2 In case of STMU indexes between 8 to 16 ........................................... 82
9.2.1 Re-host traffic from concerning STMU/ET16/ETIP unit ........................ 82
9.2.2 Delete interfaces from affected STMU, ET16/ETIP units ...................... 82
9.2.3 Change STMU units states to SE-NH and delete ET16/ETIP
equipment ............................................................................................ 82
9.2.4 Remove old protection groups.............................................................. 83
9.2.5 Delete ET sets from GTIC-1 units ........................................................ 83
9.2.6 Delete old STMU unit equipment.......................................................... 84
9.2.7 Make cabling changes and install new cables related to
MCMU,0 ............................................................................................... 84
9.2.8 Make DIP-switch changes to SW256B in MCMU,0 .............................. 84
9.2.9 Make cabling changes and install new cables related to MCMU-
1........................................................................................................... 85
9.2.10 Make DIP-switch changes to SW256B in MCMU-1 .............................. 85
9.2.11 Create new STMU unit to GTIC/ETC cartridge ..................................... 85
9.2.12 Create new ET sets for upgraded STMU unit ....................................... 86
9.2.13 Change upgraded STMU unit to WO-EX state ..................................... 88
9.3 Install redundant ETS2 plug-in unit ...................................................... 88
9.4 Make cabling changes for redundant STMU......................................... 89
9.5 Create Hardware Protection Groups configuration ............................... 89
9.5.1 Equip new redundant STMU units ........................................................ 90
9.5.2 Create new protection group ................................................................ 91
9.5.3 Change new STMU units to WO-EX state ............................................ 92
9.6 MCMU diagnostic ................................................................................. 92

10 Copy the HW equipment database information to the disk


(DBC)................................................................................................... 94

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11 Actions after upgrade & Post conditions ......................................... 95


11.1 BSS Integration .................................................................................... 95
11.2 BSC configuration printout (post-check) ............................................... 95
11.3 Return to the old HW configuration ...................................................... 95

12 Appendix (update appendixes) ......................................................... 96


12.1 Appendix1: MCMU,0 related cablings in BSC3i 1000/2000 or
upgraded FlexiBSC3i ........................................................................... 96
12.2 Appendix2: MCMU,1 related cablings in BSC3i 1000/2000 or
upgraded FlexiBSC3i ......................................................................... 103
12.3 Appendix3: MCMU,0 related cablings in New Delivery
FlexiBSC3i ......................................................................................... 108
12.4 Appendix4: MCMU,1 related cablings in New Delivery
FlexiBSC3i ......................................................................................... 116
12.5 Appendix5: SW256B jumper settings ................................................. 122
12.5.1 SW256B jumper settings in New Delivery Flexi BSC.......................... 122
12.5.2 PCM mode settings (SW1) ................................................................. 122
12.5.3 Serial Broadband SB1 settings (SW3) ............................................... 123
12.5.4 Serial Broadband SB2 settings (SW4) ............................................... 126
12.5.5 Serial Broadband SB3 settings (SW5) ............................................... 129
12.5.6 Serial Broadband SB4 settings (SW6) ............................................... 130
12.5.7 SW256B jumper settings in upgraded Flexi BSC ............................... 132
12.5.8 PCM mode settings (SW1) ................................................................. 132
12.5.9 Serial Broadband SB1 settings (SW3) ............................................... 133
12.5.10 Serial Broadband SB2 settings (SW4) ............................................... 134
12.5.11 Serial Broadband SB3 settings (SW5) ............................................... 137
12.5.12 Serial Broadband SB4 settings (SW6) ............................................... 139
12.5.13 SW256B jumper settings in BSC3i ..................................................... 142
12.5.14 PCM mode settings (SW1) ................................................................. 142
12.5.15 Serial Broadband SB1 settings (SW3) ............................................... 143
12.5.16 Serial Broadband SB2 settings (SW4) ............................................... 144
12.5.17 Serial Broadband SB3 settings (SW5) ............................................... 145
12.5.18 Serial Broadband SB4 settings (SW6) ............................................... 147
12.6 Appendix6: GTIC & ETC PCM usage in case of BSC3i
1000/2000 .......................................................................................... 148
12.7 Appendix7: GTIC & ETC PCM usage in case of upgraded Flexi
BSC ................................................................................................... 151
12.8 Appendix8: GTIC & ETC PCM usage in case of initial delivery
Flexi BSC ........................................................................................... 153
12.9 Appendix9: BSC3i 1000/2000 or upgraded Flexi BSC
SW10C_A and CC4C_A cartridge’s locking pegs .............................. 156
12.10 Appendix10: Initial Flexi BSC SGC1C-Acartridge’s locking pegs ....... 157

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Summary of changes

Summary of changes
1.0-0 1st approved version
1.1-0 Corrected appendix 5 DIP –switch settings for Initial flexi BSC
1.2-0 Added CR75 details
1.3-0 Added connection settings for Linux in chapter 5.5.5.2.
1.4-0 Added note regarding COM issue in HIT3.3 in chapter 5.5.5.1.2
and 5.5.5.2.2.

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Purpose

1 Purpose
This document describes the implementation of changing line protection
of ETS2 plug-in unit to equipment protection in case of S16 BSC
environment. This document does not support Combined TCSM3i part.
That upgrade can be handled with BSC/TCSM upgrade for SDH/Sonet
equipment protection procedure.
This document can be used with following environments:
- BSC3i1000/2000
- Upgraded Flexi BSC 3000/4200
- New delivery Flexi BSC 3000/4200

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2 Scope of applications
The BSC upgrade for SDH/Sonet equipment protection implementation
is available for third generation DX200 BSC3i and Flexi BSC in S16
release level.
The procedure cannot be implemented to STMU (ETS2 plug-in unit) unit
without traffic interruption. Traffic must be moved from concerning ETS2
(or effected ET16/ETIP) plug-in unit before the actual upgrade.
Procedure must be performed locally at BSC site.

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3 Using the document

3.1 General info


The S16 BSC upgrade for SDH/Sonet equipment protection can be done
using the HIT (Holistic Integration Tester) software tool. Optional way is
to make the upgrade manually by following this documentation.

The HIT software automates most of the tasks necessary for the
software or hardware upgrade. The HIT software and the instructions
are included in this manual. It is recommended that the HIT User's
Manual is gone through before starting the program.

When using the HIT for upgrading BSC, these instructions should be
followed for a more detailed description of the different phases, which
take place during the upgrade. The upgrade macro menu dialog is
designed to follow closely this document.

NOTE: The commands executed by the HIT macro do not always match
exactly with the commands presented in the manual. This is because
sometimes the automated tasks of the HIT macro require more
commands and different command syntaxes, than are presented in the
manual.

When using the HIT, the MML commands are executed automatically. It
is not necessary to type any commands until it is specifically requested
by HIT.

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3.2 Upgrade macro

3.2.1 Structure

All the SW & HW macros are gathered under one main macro
(UPGMAIN.HIT), from which the wanted SW / HW upgrade can be
selected. Regardless of which macro (SW or HW upgrade) is wanted to
run, the user always starts with the same main macro.
Example of macro structure:

UPGMAIN.HIT
o Select wanted upgrade:

SOFTWARE UPGRADES

• SW upgrade S15 -> S16

• …

HARDWARE UPGRADES

• HW upgrade 1

• HW upgrade 2

• …

Under each upgrade / tool there is a upgrade specific menu which


describes the steps which can be executed individually:

SW upgrade S15 -> S16 (selected from main menu)


o Select wanted step

Make fallback

Check Firmware

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Make pre-check

Copy SW

When a step is completed successfully, the user is brought back to


upgrade menu and a “Done.” -sign will appear at beginning of the name
of the step. If step execution fails for some reason, macro stops and
user can correct the error manually and then continue macro execution
normally.

If macro or computer freezes totally during step execution and macro


needs to be restarted, user cannot re-run the incomplete step from the
menu. In this case, the user must complete that certain step manually,
using this documentation as guide. When the step has been completed
manually, user can continue the macro execution from next available
step. Note, that in the upgrade menu, there will be “Man.” –sign instead
of “Done.” –sign at beginning of name of the manually executed step.

Note!
Once, user enters from main menu to upgrade menu, only way to
get back to the main menu is to restart whole macro.

3.2.2 Communication

The macro communicates with user by using the HIT Pop-up windows.

- Asking the user to give information (e.g. paths, file names, etc.)
& other user selections.
- Error situations
- Manual execution steps (i.e. when macro expects user to do
some actions manually (e.g. copy some files, install new HW
/cabling etc.)
- Macro completion

3.2.3 Log files

The upgrade macro provides different log files, from where the user can
verify the executed steps in macro and the success of the different steps

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& commands executed in the macro. There are three different kind of
information / log files:
- Log file from HIT Response window (<BSC_C-NUMBER>.log)
This log contains all the information of the macro
execution (each MML command and the whole output
of the macro execution)
User can accept the default log-file name or specify a
new one. Macro gives following pop-up window for
selection:

Macro writes separate log files for following steps:


-Configuration printout (PRE)
-Firmware
-Plug-in unit software upgrade
-Safecopy

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-Transfer software to BSC


-Configuration printout (PRE)
The same information can be found from both from a
“main” log file and from these specified smaller log files.
- Log file from HIT Message window (Messages.log)
The contents of the message window are saved after
macro execution.
Information about errors in macro execution
- “Log print” of HIT (TimeTable.log) This is a shorter description of
the execution of the macro, and the log contains information
about:
Starting an execution step in macro
Execution status (Done).
Completion of execution step in macro

If macro execution is stopped for some reason, the log files still remain
in the folder the user has specified. When macro execution is started
again, the log writing is continued from the end of existing log files. All
previously written log information remains intact and nothing is
overwritten.

When macro is started at a first time, also two .INI files are created:
• WORKDIR.ini
• <C-number>.ini

WORKDIR.ini contains information about log file directories. Same


macro - from the same directory - can be used many times for example
for different BSC SW/HW upgrades and user may define different log file
directory for each BSC. This folder information is saved to WORKDIR.ini
file and saved to same directory where macro exists.
<c-number>.ini file contains information about statuses of executed
macro steps and also some important variable information which is
collected from user (e.g. package name and directory). This variable
information are the one which are needed when for example macro
execution is stopped for some reason and needs to be started again
using same “main” information. The file contains the latest execution
statuses. If same steps are for some reason executed many times, the
last execution status remains (DONE/MAN).

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IMPORTANT!
When user gives for example wrong package or directory name and
stops the macro execution, user must delete <c-number>.ini file from log
file directory and start macro again. When .ini file is deleted from log file
directory and started again, the macro will ask same main information
from user again. Otherwise, the macro uses the already given
information which is saved to <c-number>.ini file.
Normally, actions from user to any .ini file or to any other created
macro file (in log file directory) is NOT needed.

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4 Introduction
The S16 BSC upgrade for SDH/Sonet equipment protection procedure
consists of the following tasks:

• Fallback copying of the current software


• BSC configuration printout (pre-check)
• SDH/Sonet equipment protection upgrade for BSC in case of
STMU full configuration (2+2)
• SDH/Sonet equipment protection upgrade for BSC in case of
STMU half configuration (1+1)
• Actions after upgrade and post conditions
a. BSS Integration
b. BSC configuration printout (post-check)

Fallback copying, BSC configuration printout tasks can be executed


during daytime.
Actual upgrade is recommended to be executed during night-time. This
procedure can be done only for BSC3i 1000/2000 or Flexi BSC. Line
protection cannot be used after equipment protection has been taken in
use. So, the upgrade will be done for whole GTIC cartridge at the time
even each STMU unit is handled one by one.
If STMU units has been configured prior the upgrade, then choose the
either full or half option depending on the used configuration.
In some STMU cases, the upgrade may concern also ET16/ETIP or
other STMU PCM areas. In this case, the traffic must be moved from
these units, interface(s) must be removed because the plug-in unit
needs to be deleted from equipment database.
The estimated time for HW upgrade depends on the configuration of the
BSC.

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The upgrade cannot be executed with traffic and traffic needs to be re-
hosted. During upgrade STMU(s) unit will be blocked and state changed
to TE-EX or SE-NH.

There is a choice of several options how the GTIC-0 and GTIC-1


cartridges has been equipped before upgrade. The choices depend on
the PIU types and configurations, like following
• Use ETS2 cards with optical interface redundancy.
• Use mixed ET16 and ETS2 in the cartridges .
• Use mixed ET16 and ETIP in the cartridges.

With this procedure also following possibility is to be added:


• Use ETS2 cards with hardware redundancy

Background:
One STMU unit (that is, one ETS2 plug-in unit) has four SETs in use in
the default configuration and in the other alternative one STMU unit (that
is, one ETS2 plug-in unit) has two SETs in use. In optical interface
redundancy, only even STMU indexes are used; either four (by default)
or eight (alternative) in both cartridges (GTIC 0 and GTIC 1).
In S12 and S13 releases only transmission protection for STMU units is
implemented. I.e. the protection switching is done by between two fibres
connected to the same ETS2 unit. The main disadvantage of the
transmission protection is that if e.g. unit computer fails, all the traffic
handled by the unit may be prevented until the unit is restarted.
Equipment protection of SDH/SONET interfaces is introduced in S16. In
case of equipment protection working and protection sections of the
same STM-1/OC-3 optical interface are located in different ETS2 plug-in
units.

Full capacity means that four ETS2 plug-in units are equipped to both
GTIC cartridges (GTIC cartridges powered by different PDFU-Bs) and
both STM-1/OC-3 interfaces (two active and two standby SET(s) per
STM-1/OC-3 interface) of ETS2 plug-in units are in use.
STMU indexes before redundancy upgrade are following:
STMU(s) in GTIC-0: 0 & 2 & 4 & 6
STMU(s) in GTIC-1: 16 & 18 & 20 & 22

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When HW redundancy upgrade is done , four new ETS2 plug-in units


must be added for both GTIC-0 and GTIC-1 to gain same capacity as in
the original configuration.

Half capacity means that eight ETS2 plug-in units are equipped to both
GTIC cartridges (GTIC cartridges powered by different PDFU-Bs) and
only the first one of the STM-1/OC-3 interfaces (active SET + standby
SET) of ETS2 plug-in units are in use. This configuration can be used
only in BSC3i 1000/2000.

STMU indexes before redundancy upgrade are following:


STMU(s) in GTIC-0: 0 & 2 & 4 & 6 & 8 & 10 & 12 & 14
STMU(s) in GTIC-1: 16 & 18 & 20 & 22 & 24 & 26 & 28 & 30

When HW redundancy upgrade is done for all ETS2 units, if same


capacity as in the original configuration is wanted, the second interface
of the ETS2 plug-in unit must be taken in use.

4.1 BSC3i equipment before upgrade

When Hardware Redundancy Upgrade:

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!!! Concerns only BSC3i 1000/2000 !!!


Current situation - without equipment redundancy i.e. transmission
redundancy, only 1st STM-1/OC-3 interface per ETS2 used

Active GTIC 0 GTIC 1


Hotlinks (16 pcs)
GSW 0
GSW 1
SB1-0 SB1-0 SB1-0 SB1-0 SB1-0 SB1-0 SB1-0 SB1-0 SB1-0 SB1-0 SB1-0 SB1-0 SB1-0 SB1-0 SB1-0 SB1-0

GSW 0
SB1-1 SB1-1 SB1-1 SB1-1 SB1-1 SB1-1 SB1-1 SB1-1 SB1-1 SB1-1 SB1-1 SB1-1 SB1-1 SB1-1 SB1-1 SB1-1
GSW 1
SB2-0 SB2-0 SB2-0 SB2-0 SB2-0 SB2-0 SB2-0 SB2-0 SB2-0 SB2-0 SB2-0 SB2-0 SB2-0 SB2-0 SB2-0 SB2-0

GSW 0
GSW 1 SB2-1 SB2-1 SB2-1 SB2-1 SB2-1 SB2-1 SB2-1 SB2-1 SB2-1 SB2-1 SB2-1 SB2-1 SB2-1 SB2-1 SB2-1 SB2-1

GSW 0 OPR OPR OPR OPR OPR OPR OPR OPR OPR OPR OPR OPR OPR OPR OPR OPR

GSW 1
Tx/ Rx Tx/ Rx Tx/ Rx Tx/R x Tx/R x Tx/R x Tx/R x Tx/ R x Tx/ Rx Tx/R x Tx/R x Tx/R x Tx/R x Tx/R x Tx/R x Tx/R x
FAIL FAI L FAI L FAI L FAIL FAIL FAIL FAIL FAI L FAI L FAIL FAIL FAI L FAIL FAIL FAIL
STM -1/ OC-3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/ OC-3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC-3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3
Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx

0 0
M
Rx
8 0
M
Rx
16 0
M
Rx
24 0
M
Rx
32 0
M
Rx
40 0
M
Rx
48 0
M
Rx
56 0
M
Rx
64 0
M
Rx
72 0
M
Rx
80 0
M
Rx
88 0
M
Rx
96 104 112 120
0
M
Rx
0
M
Rx
0
M
Rx
0
M
Rx
STM -1/ OC-3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/ OC-3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC-3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3
Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx
1 0
R
Rx
9 0
R
Rx
17 0
R
Rx
25 0
R
Rx
33 0
R
Rx
41 0
R
Rx
49 0
R
Rx
57 0
R
Rx
65 0
R
Rx
73 0
R
Rx
81 0
R
Rx
89 0
R
Rx
97 105 113 121
0
R
Rx
0
R
Rx
0
R
Rx
0
R
Rx
STM -1/ OC-3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/ OC-3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC-3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3
Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M
Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx
STM -1/ OC-3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/ OC-3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC-3 STM -1/ OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3 STM -1/OC -3
Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx Tx
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R
Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx Rx

ET S2 ET S2 ET S2 ET S2 ET S2 ET S2 ET S2 ET S2 ET S2 ET S2 ET S2 ET S2 ET S2 ET S2 ET S2 ET S2

10 10
STMU
STMU 0 STMU 8 STMU 16 STMU 24
0 SET (active)
STMU 2 STMU 10 STMU 18 STMU 26
1 SET (standby) STMU 4 STMU 12 STMU 20 STMU 28

STMU 6 STMU 14 STMU 22 STMU 30

4.2 BSC3i equipment after upgrade

Configuration after HW upgrade:

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5 Pre-requirements

5.1 Pre-requirements & Actions needed prior upgrade


The procedure can be implemented only for S16 software. It is
recommended to install all available S16 change deliveries prior to the
upgrade.
IMPORTANT!
Re-direct traffic from upgraded ET16 or ETS2 or ETIP plug-in unit
(STMU unit) before actual upgrade. Each STMU unit must be
handled case by case and PCM areas which are affected during
upgrade may vary. It is possible that new protected STMU unit uses
some other STMU unit area or in case of mixed configuration the
GTIC-1 cartridge’s track may contain ET16 or ETIP or ETP/ETP-A
plug-in units. In this case effected ET16 and ETIP unit’s traffic
needs to be re-directed, interfaces removed and unit needs to be
deleted (PCM areas released to new STMU unit usage) from
hardware database before new configuration is created.
BSS Split tool offers automated process to support BSC renewal. This is
extremely useful, when older BSC(s) are modernised to BSC3i(s). This
process includes the automation of labor-intensive re-hosting of BTS to
new BSC(s) including data and parameter updates to name a few. The
downtime of operational BTS(s) is this way minimised during re-homing.
If re-homing speed is the key driver, more than 100 sites can be moved
to the new BSC during one night by using .XML files for data transfer
between the BSC(s) assisted by CM tools (CM Plan Manager, CM Editor
and CM Analyser). Further information about BSS Split tools is available
from Nokia OSS / NetAct representatives.

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5.2 Restrictions
The whole GTIC cartridge must be upgraded at the same time.. Also
it is required that full capacity of ETS2 units is taken in used with this
upgrade procedure.

IMPORTANT!
During redundancy upgrade, alarm 1340 Hotlink Failure will be raised
until the whole upgrade is finished successfully. Macro asks user to
block this alarm during upgrade and unblocking can be done after the
last unit has been upgraded. The alarm is caused because of changed
cablings and it can be cancelled with correct SW256B DIP-switch
settings.

ETS2 plug-in unit which is to be upgraded can handle following


interfaces:
• A interface (including A-SIGTRAN)
• Abis interface
• Gb (both Gb over IP and FR must be taken into account)
• BBI (BSC – BSC interface for DFCA)

Which ETS2 unit is going to be upgraded to equipment protection ,that


unit will be blocked, meaning that the interfaces which the controlling
unit is upgraded will be affected. Macro informs user about affected
PCM areas (and units handling that area) which are needed to be
deleted. After the HW redundancy upgrade has been finished
successfully for one ETS2 unit pair, the traffic can be re-directed back to
old ETS2 unit.
In case of full capacity:
When HW redundancy upgrade is done for all ETS2 units, four new
ETS2 plug-in units must be added for both GTIC-0 and GTIC-1 to gain
same capacity as in the original configuration.
In case of half capacity:
When HW redundancy upgrade is done for all ETS2 units, if same
capacity as in the original configuration is wanted, the second interface
of the ETS2 plug-in unit must be taken in use.
Always, all the existing ETS2 units need to be upgraded at once.
Note!

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use both line protected and HW protected ETS2 units in same GTIC-
cartridge.

5.3 Needed documentation


To perform the upgrade successfully, the following documentation is
required:
• BSC upgrade for SDH/Sonet equipment protection (this document)
• Creating and managing BSC hardware (NED)
• Cabling Instructions for BSC3i (NED)
• Equipment list for BSC3i (NED)
• S16 Pre-Processor Program Information
• Jumper Settings of the Plug-in Units in BSC3i and in TCSM3i
• Fallback copying instructions of DX200 BSC for S16 (NED)
• Technical Support Note: TS-BSC-HW-0174 ‘Minimum HW
Requirements for BSC S16 Release’
• HIT Users manual
• Cabling Instructions for i-series Network Elements

5.4 Needed equipment


To perform the upgrade successfully, the following HW are required:
• PC with installed HIT and upgrading macros
• ETS2/ETIP1 card redundancy cables, BSC3i (BSCC-C02 Upgrade
Set STM HW Protection) or ETS2/ETIP1 card red. Cables, Flexi BSC
(BSCC-E01 Upgrade Set)
• Needed amount of ETS2 plug-in units. Note! In case of STMU full
configuration, same amount of ETS2 plug-in units needs to be added
to gain same capacity as in the original configuration.
• Initial Flexi BSC3215 ETS2/ETIP1 card red. Cables, (Flexi BSC )

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• 1000/2000 & upg Flexi: BSC3203 ETS2/ETIP1 card redundancy


cables (BSC3i)

5.5 HIT and upgrade macros

5.5.1 System requirements for HIT

HIT 3.3-0 swup is designed to operate on Windows and Linux.


The HIT installation requires approximately 20MB disk space, of which
the documentation occupies approximately 5MB.

5.5.2 Installing HIT

It is necessary to go through this section only if the HIT release 3.3-0


swup has not been installed. If the software has already been installed,
proceed to the next section: Installing HIT upgrading macros.

HIT release 3.3-0 swup is delivered in S16 Release Binder found from
NOLS (Nokia Online Services). The installation of the software is done
by executing the SETUP.EXE -program and following the instructions of
the installation program.

5.5.3 Installing HIT upgrading macros

After the HIT program has been installed, it is necessary to install the
upgrading macros. The S16 upgrading macros are included in the S16
Release Binder which can be found from NOLS (Nokia Online Services).
Release binder contains all the macros used in different upgrades
related to S16.

To install the macros into PC, execute the S16 macros.exe program.
When the exe –file is run the following dialog will appear:

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Specify the folder to which the macros will be installed, press Unzip and
the macros will be installed.
This zipped executable file includes the whole upgrade macro and the
needed directory structure. The only user executable file,
“UPGMAIN.HIT”, is extracted to root directory of S16 macro folder.

5.5.4 HIT settings

Before running HIT, it is recommended that the 'use of FIFO buffers' be


turned off from the used communications port. This needs to be done,
because some PCs communications port handling is unreliable with this
setting active.
It is recommended that you contact your local PC support for instructions
on how to turn off the use of FIFO buffers.
If you are familiar with the settings of the PC, here's an example of how
to turn the use of FIFO buffers off. In Windows 2000, the use of FIFO
buffers is turned off in the following way:

1. Start Control Panel


2. From Control Panel select System
3. In the System Properties –dialog select Hardware/Device Manager
4. In Device Manager select desired communications port (usually
COM1) and double-click it
5. In Communications Port (COMx) Properties –dialog select Port
Settings
6. In Port Settings select Advanced

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7. In Advanced Port Settings –dialog deactivate the 'Use FIFO


buffers' and press OK
8. Close all the opened dialogs by pressing OK

When opening the HIT program the first time, remember to check/create
the used device (ref. Hitguide.doc). It is recommended to use the
network element name for the devices.

5.5.5 Connection settings

When opening the HIT program the first time, remember to check/create
the used devices (ref. Hitguide.doc). When the macro is started, the
available devices are listed to select device to be connected.

Following connection types are supported:


• Local connection (COM)
• Telnet
• SSH
• Via Netact (SSH)
Note: in S16 level, via Netact (SSH) is only allowed.

5.5.5.1 Connection settings for Windows

5.5.5.1.1 Configuration example for creating Telnet / SSH / NetAct connection

Select Device > Set Configuration… from menu.


Following window appears

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Select New …

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Give name for connection and IP address of OMU or NetAct server.


Note!
“DX_TELNET” is selected for telnet connection and “SSH” is
selected for SSH connection in “Type/Protocol:” field. Default port
for telnet is 23 and for SSH is 22.

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In case of Telnet or SSH connection option, select Login,Q/A sheet


and define the username and password of BSC MML session.

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Note!
In case of NetAct via SSH connection option, select Login sheet and
define the username and password of NetAct communication server and
BSC MML session.

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Select Terminal sheet and define the MML log file.

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If connection type is Telnet, press OK.


In SSH connection, define also settings of SSH sheet. Define security
level to medium or low level.

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After defining SSH related parameters, Press OK.

5.5.5.1.2 Configuration example for creating COM connection

Note!
COM connections are not working with HIT3.3-0c, The HIT issue will be
fixed in future HIT releases.

Select Device > Set Configuration… from menu.


Following window appears

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Note! “COM connection” is selected

Select “Login,Q/A” sheet and define the username and password of BSC
MML session.

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Press OK.

5.5.5.2 Connection settings for Linux

5.5.5.2.1 Configuration example for creating Telnet / SSH / NetAct connection

Select Edit> Devices > … from menu


Following window appears

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Select New …

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Give name for connection and IP address of OMU or Net Act server.

Note! “DX_TELNET” is selected for telnet connection and “SSH” is


selected for SSH connection in “Type/Protocol:” field. Default port
for telnet is 23 and for SSH is 22.

In case of Telnet or SSH connection option, select Login,Q/A sheet


and define the username and password of BSC MML session.

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In case of NetAct via SSH connection option, select Login sheet and
define the username and password of NetAct communication server and
BSC MML session.

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If connection type is Telnet, press OK.

In SSH connection, define also settings of SSH sheet. Define security


level to medium or low level.

After defining SSH related parameters, Press OK.

5.5.5.2.2 Configuration example for creating COM connection

Note!
COM connections are not working with HIT3.3-0c, The HIT issue will be
fixed in future HIT releases.

Select Edit> Devices > … from menu


Following window appears

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Select “Login,Q/A” sheet and define the username and password of BSC
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Select Terminal sheet and define the MML log file.

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Press OK.

5.5.6 Starting the HIT application / macro execution

First of all, close List and Macro windows, as those are not needed. In
Response window all MML commands are printed out. It is
recommended to keep Messages window as big as possible to able to
follow up the macro execution. The important information is printed out
to the messages window.

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Open file UPGMAIN.HIT from the location it was extracted and press
Green Arrow to start the execution.

At the beginning, the main menu is shown and macro prompts user to
choose which upgrade to execute. Clicking “CANCEL” in main menu
aborts the macro execution.

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The macro informs user about chosen procedure with following pop-up
window:

Select ini file from the list.

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Select target network element from the list.

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User may choose the location where the macro log files should be
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Also, user can define whether to use default log file name or define own.

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The status of the current BSC software package is checked. Note that
the current software package must be with status BU before the actual
upgrade can be started. The software status is to be checked with
command:

ZWQO:RUN;

Check from the output that all the computer units which are currently in
use are running on correct software package with the status BU. If the
software package status is FB or NW, find out the cause for the setting.

If the status of the package is something else than BU, macro gives
following pop-up window:

The status can be changed to BU with command:

ZWSC:STAT=NW:STAT=BU;

The active and blocked alarms (DX200 and BTS alarms) can be printed
out with following commands:

ZAHO;
ZABO;
ZEOL;
ZEOE;

Alarm printings can be skipped and macro asks user about the wanted
action with following pop-up:

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Some environment information (status) is checked with following


commands:
ZQRI;
ZIWQ:,OMU:WS=0,;
ZDCD;
ZUSI:ALL;
ZWTI:P:OMU;
ZUSI:BCSU;
ZWTI:P:GSW,0;
ZYE?

This information is gathered for BSC type analysis.

IMPORTANT!
If MML session is needed during upgrade, open another MML
connection than specified for the upgrade execution. The same MML
connection usage for interrogate or modification purposes may confuse
the macro execution.

The procedure dialog is divided in main chapters, which may also


contain sub-chapters. Chapters and their sub-chapters correspond
directly to the document. Select the chapter to run and press OK.
Note!
In order to complete upgrade successfully, the chapters and steps
must be executed in ascending order.

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Select a step to run and press OK.

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Multi-selections is also possible to do in menu windows. When using


multi –selections, it is recommended to choose the steps which do not
contain any sub menus. Sub menus cannot be directly seen from
macro’s menu window but can be mapped to document structure and
verified from there.
If multi-selection contains step which have sub menu, the sub menu
window will be opened to user in the correct macro execution phase. In
this case, user should multi-select the sub menu steps and press OK
button for execution of sub steps. Cancel button causes macro to skip all
the sub steps.
IMPORTANT!
However, when using multi selections the user must always analyse the
reasonability. For example in most of the HW procedures which contain
manual steps, it’s not reasonable to use multi-selections. If multi
selection is used without sureness of reasonability, it can cause a lot of
different kind of problems related macro execution (not actual faults).

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A fallback copying of the running S16 software package must be made
before the upgrade.
A fallback copying from the old SW can be made by running macro step
‘Fallback copying of the current package’.
Manually, the fallback copying can be made following the document:
Fallback copying in BSC. The document can be found from NED.

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7 BSC configuration printout (pre-check)


The information about the BSC configurations and conditions are
collected.
Precondition checking is recommended to do during the daytime before
the actual upgrade will be started. The checking can be made by using
the macro (UPGMAIN.HIT) or manually following the instructions from
“BSC configuration printout”-document delivered in S16 Release
Binder.
For macro execution, choose the BSC configuration printout (pre) step in
BSC upgrade for SDH/Sonet equipment protection procedure. Follow
then the macro execution according the BSC configuration printout –
document.

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8 SDH/Sonet equipment protection


upgrade for BSC in case of STMU full
capacity configuration (2+2)
HW redundant STMU unit will be equipped to corresponding track in
other cartridge according to following picture:

Macro upgrades all the STMU units one by one, starting from the lowest
STMU index.
Each STMU unit’s upgrade may effect to PCM areas which are e.g.
already used by ET16/ETIP or some other STMU unit. Following table

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shows the effected PCM areas and units related to each upgraded
STMU index.

Fig-1
The above figure displays the destination configuration with 9-STMU
IMPORTANT!
When traffic lost is wanted to stay as minimum as possible, then the
order of upgraded STMU indexes should be following:
1. STMU-0
2. STMU-8
3. STMU-2
4. STMU-10
5. STMU-4
6. STMU-12
7. STMU-6
8. STMU-14
9.STMU-24

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8.1 Re-host traffic from concerning STMU/ET16/ETIP


unit
Move traffic from STMU,ET16,ETIP unit which is going to be upgraded
–also from up-coming HW protected STMU unit.More information about
traffic restrictions can be found from chapter 5.1. The traffic can be re-
directed back to upgraded STMU unit right after the upgrade has been
completed successfully.
Note!
Verify the effected PCM area(s) (which needs to be deleted) from
Appendix 4,5,6. PCM areas are marked with same colour.

Note!
In case of ETPs having the overlapping PCMs with destination STMU,
macro will give a pop-up saying the PCM already in use by ETP cards
and these ETP card deletion is not supported.

8.2 Delete old configurations & equipment


In this step, all the old STMU interface configurations and equipment will
be deleted. If affected PCM area are used by old configuration in
ET16/ETIP, the interface(s) and hardware configuration from these units
needs to be deleted.
Note!
If chosen STMU index is between 0-6, skip this interface/unit
deletion phase and delete only protection group with ZYWD
command. Units are not needed to be deleted.
Delete only interfaces from corresponding STMU unit in GTIC-1
cartridge (if exists) before actual HW redundancy upgrade. More
instruction can be found from NED document Creating and managing
BSC configuration.

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Note!
In case of ETPs having the overlapping PCMs with destination STMU,
macro will give a pop-up saying the PCM already in use by ETP cards
and these ETP card deletion is not supported.

Change GTIC-1 cartridge’s STMU (or ET16/ETIP) located in track which


is going to be upgraded to SE-NH state.

ZUSC:<STMU/ET16/ETIP>,<index>:BL;
ZUSC: <STMU/ET16/ETIP>,<index>:TE;
ZUSC: <STMU/ET16/ETIP>,<index>:SE;
ZUSC:<STMU/ET16/ETIP>,<index>:SE;

When mixed configuration is used and GTIC-1 cartridge’s track where


HW redundant STMU unit will be added contains already ET16/ETIP,
delete also unit’s interfaces and equipment.

ZWUD:ET,<min_index>&&<max_index>:BCSU,<index>;
ZWTQ:ET,<min_index>&&<max_index>:BCSU,<index>;
ZWTV:ET,<min_index>&&<max_index>;

Transmission protection groups can be checked with following


command:
ZYWI;

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Delete existing transmission protection groups from STMU(s) which are


planned to be upgraded (also from STMU located in GTIC-1 cartridge).
ZYWD:<index>;

Delete ET equipment (SET) related to STMU unit. If STMU index is


between 0-6, the delete only ET’s which are related to STMU located in
GTIC-1 cartridge. If index is something else, delete both cartridge
STMU(s) ET groups.

Note!
STMU indexes 0-6 ET (SET) equipment is not needed to be deleted.

Disconnect unit(s)
ZWUD:ET,<min_index>&&<max_index>:ETS2,0;

Delete plug-in unit(s)


ZWTQ:ET,<min_index>&&<max_index>:ETS2,0;

Delete unit(s)
ZWTV:ET,<min_index>&&<max_index>;

If STMU index is between 0-6, delete STMU located in GTIC-1 cartridge


in corresponding track.
ZWUD:STMU,<index>:ETS2,<index>;
ZWTQ:STMU,<index>:ETS2,<index>;
ZWTV:STMU,<index>;

8.3 Install redundant ETS2 plug-in unit


In this step, install ETS2 plug-in unit for HW protection usage if unit does
not exist. One ETS2 plug-in unit must exists in same track in both GTIC-
cartridges in case of 9-ETS2 install ETS2 plug-in unit for HW protection
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8.4 Make cabling changes and install new cables


related to MCMU-0
Alarm 1344 (Hotlink failure) is blocked during the whole upgrade.
Unblocking can be done after last unit has been upgraded successfully
(in the end of chapter 8.5.1.4 or 8.5.2.4).
Blocking can be done with command
ZABB:1340;

Change MCMU-0 and EMB-0 to SE-NH .


ZUSC:MCMU,0,TE-EX;
ZUSC:MCMU,0,SE-OU;
ZUSC:MCMU,0,SE-NH;

ZUSC:EMB,0,TE;
ZUSC:EMB,0,SE;
ZUSC:EMB,0,SE;

Make cabling changes to MCMU-0 according to appendixes:


- MCMU,0 related cablings in BSC3i 1000/2000 or upgraded Flexi
BSC
- MCMU,0 related cablings in New Delivery Flexi BSC

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8.5 Make DIP-switch changed to SW256B in MCMU,0


Check and make changes to SW256B DIP-switches related to upgraded
track according to appendix5.

8.6 Make cabling changes and install new cables


related to MCMU-1
Change MCMU-0 and EMB-0 state to WO-EX and MCMU-1 and EMB-1
to SE-NH state .
ZUSC:MCMU,0,SE-OU;
ZUSC:MCMU,0,TE-EX;
ZUSC:MCMU,0,SP-EX;
ZUSC:MCMU,0,WO-EX;

ZUSC:EMB,0,SE;
ZUSC:EMB,0,TE;
ZUSC:EMB,0,WO;

ZUSC:MCMU,1,TE-EX;
ZUSC:MCMU,1,SE-OU;
ZUSC:MCMU,1,SE-NH;

ZUSC:EMB,1,TE;
ZUSC:EMB,1,SE;
ZUSC:EMB,1,SE;

Make cabling changes to MCMU according to appendixes:


- MCMU,1 related cablings in BSC3i 1000/2000 or upgraded Flexi
BSC
- MCMU,1 related cablings in New Delivery Flexi BSC

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8.7 Make DIP-switch changed to SW256B in MCMU-1


Check and make changes to SW256B DIP-switches related to upgraded
track according to appendix5.

Change MCMU-1 state back to SP-EX state.

ZUSC:MCMU,1,SE-OU;
ZUSC:MCMU,1,TE-EX;
ZUSC:MCMU,1,SP-EX;

8.8 New configuration & equipment with HW


protection
In this chapter, all the equipment commands for creating HW redundant
STMU unit with corresponding ET units are given. In case of manual
execution, choose the correct STMU index to be equipped according the
picture presented in the beginning of chapter 8.

8.8.1 BSC3i 1000/2000 or upgraded Flexi BSC

8.8.1.1 Equip new redundant STMU units

Create redundant STMU unit

ZWTU:STMU,1:1A5-9;
ZWTU:STMU,3:1A5-9;
ZWTU:STMU,5:1A5-9;
ZWTU:STMU,7:1A5-9;

ZWTU:STMU,8:1A5-9;
ZWTU:STMU,10:1A5-9;
ZWTU:STMU,12:1A5-9;
ZWTU:STMU,14:1A5-9;

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ZWTU:STMU,9:1A5-6;
ZWTU:STMU,11:1A5-6;
ZWTU:STMU,13:1A5-6;
ZWTU:STMU,15:1A5-6;

Create redundant ETS2 plug-in unit

ZWTP:STMU,1:ETS2,0,1::LAPD,8,896,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,3:ETS2,0,2::LAPD,8,896,TSL,16&&31;
ZWTP:STMU,5:ETS2,0,3::LAPD,8,897,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,7:ETS2,0,4::LAPD,8,897,TSL,16&&31;

ZWTP:STMU,8:ETS2,0,5::LAPD,8,898,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,10:ETS2,0,6::LAPD,8,898,TSL,16&&31;
ZWTP:STMU,12:ETS2,0,7::LAPD,8,899,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,14:ETS2,0,8::LAPD,8,899,TSL,16&&31;

ZWTP:STMU,9:ETS2,0,5::LAPD,8,642,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,11:ETS2,0,6::LAPD,8,642,TSL,16&&31;
ZWTP:STMU,13:ETS2,0,7::LAPD,8,643,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,15:ETS2,0,8::LAPD,8,643,TSL,16&&31;

Connect ETS2 plug-in unit

Note!
If equipment protection is in use, the user need to connect both
STMU units to the same controlling unit.

ZWUC:STMU,0:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,2:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,4:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,6:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;

ZWUC:STMU,1:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,3:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,5:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,7:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;

ZWUC:STMU,8:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,10:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,12:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,14:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;

ZWUC:STMU,9:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,11:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,13:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,15:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;

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8.8.1.2 Create new ET units

STMU indexes 0 – 6 already exists and does not needed to be created.


In this step, STMU ET sets for GTIC-1 and for GTIC-0 cartridge’s new
STMU units (which are protecting STMU indexes 8-16).

Create ET units
ETSI
ZWTU:ET,1344&&1406:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=8,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,1600&&1662:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=8,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,1664&&1726:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=10,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,1728&&1790:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=10,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,1792&&1854:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=12,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,1856&&1918:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=12,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,1920&&1982:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=14,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,1984&&2046:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=14,IF=1:;

ANSI
ZWTU:ET,2720&&2803:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=8,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,2804&&2887:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=8,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,2888&&2971:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=10,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,2972&&3055:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=10,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,3056&&3139:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=12,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,3140&&3223:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=12,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,3224&&3307:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=14,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,3308&&3391:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=14,IF=1:;

Create ET plug-in units


ETSI
ZWTP:ET,1344&&1406:ETS2,0,5::ETT00,8,1344&&1406,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1600&&1662:ETS2,0,5::ETT00,8,1600&&1662,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1664&&1726:ETS2,0,6::ETT00,8,1664&&1726,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1728&&1790:ETS2,0,6::ETT00,8,1728&&1790,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1792&&1854:ETS2,0,7::ETT00,8,1792&&1854,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1856&&1918:ETS2,0,7::ETT00,8,1856&&1918,TSL,0:;

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ZWTP:ET,1920&&1982:ETS2,0,8::ETT00,8,1920&&1982,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1984&&2046:ETS2,0,8::ETT00,8,1984&&2046,TSL,0:;

ANSI
ZWTP:ET,2720&&2803:ETS2,0,5::ETT00,8,2720&&2803,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2804&&2887:ETS2,0,5::ETT00,8,2804&&2887,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2888&&2971:ETS2,0,6::ETT00,8,2888&&2971,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2972&&3055:ETS2,0,6::ETT00,8,2972&&3055,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,3056&&3139:ETS2,0,7::ETT00,8,3056&&313,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,3140&&3223:ETS2,0,7::ETT00,8,3140&&3223,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,3224&&3307:ETS2,0,8::ETT00,8,3224&&3307,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,3308&&3391:ETS2,0,8::ETT00,8,3308&&3391,TSL,0:;

Connect ET plug-in units (manually):


ETSI
ZWUC:ET,1344&&1406:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1600&&1662:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1664&&1726:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1728&&1790:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1792&&1854:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1856&&1918:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1920&&1982:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1984&&2046:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;

ANSI
ZWUC:ET,2720&&2803:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,2804&&2887:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,2888&&2971:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,2972&&3055:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,3056&&3139:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,3140&&3223:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,3224&&3307:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,3308&&3391:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;

8.8.1.3 Create new protection group

Create new HW protection groups


ANSI:
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:0,4;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:2,6;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:8,12;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:10,14;

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ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:16,20;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:18,22;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:24,28;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:26,30;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:32,36;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:34,38;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:40,44;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:42,46;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:48,52;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:50,54;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:56,60;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:58,62;

ETSI:
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:0,4;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:2,6;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:8,12;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:10,14;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:16,20;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:18,22;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:24,28;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:26,30;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:32,36;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:34,38;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:40,44;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:42,46;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:48,52;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:50,54;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:56,60;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:58,62;

8.8.1.4 Change new STMU units to WO-EX state

Note!

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STMU indexes 0-6 are already in WO-EX state and this step can be
skipped.

Change STMU units state back to WO-EX state with following


commands:

ZUSC:STMU,<index>:SE;
ZUSC:STMU,<index>:TE;
ZUSC:STMU,<index>:WO;

IMPORTANT!
If more STMU units are planned to be upgraded, do
the chapters 8.1-8.5 again. In case of last STMU
upgrade, remember to unblock the alarm 1340
manually.

Unblock alarm 1340 (Hotlink failure) with following command:


ZABU:1340;

8.8.2 New Delivery Flexi BSC

8.8.2.1 Equip new redundant STMU units

Create redundant STMU unit(s)

ZWTU:STMU,1:1A2-3;
ZWTU:STMU,3:1A2-3;
ZWTU:STMU,5:1A2-3;
ZWTU:STMU,7:1A2-3;

ZWTU:STMU,8:1A2-3;
ZWTU:STMU,10:1A2-3;
ZWTU:STMU,12:1A2-3;
ZWTU:STMU,14:1A2-3;
ZWTU:STMU,25:1A2-3; New requirement STMU 9th

ZWTU:STMU,9:1A1-3;
ZWTU:STMU,11:1A1-3;

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ZWTU:STMU,13:1A1-3;
ZWTU:STMU,15:1A1-3;
ZWTU:STMU,24:1A1-3; New requirement STMU 9th

Create redundant ETS2 plug-in unit(s)

ZWTP:STMU,1:ETS2,0,10::LAPD,8,384,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,3:ETS2,0,11::LAPD,8,384,TSL,16&&31;
ZWTP:STMU,5:ETS2,0,12::LAPD,8,385,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,7:ETS2,0,13::LAPD,8,385,TSL,16&&31;

ZWTP:STMU,8:ETS2,0,14::LAPD,8,386,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,10:ETS2,0,15::LAPD,8,386,TSL,16&&31;
ZWTP:STMU,12:ETS2,0,16::LAPD,8,387,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,14:ETS2,0,17::LAPD,8,387,TSL,16&&31;
ZWTP:STMU,24:ETS2,0,21::LAPD,8,397,TSL,0&&15; New requirement STMU 9th

ZWTP:STMU,9:ETS2,0,14::LAPD,8,394,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,11:ETS2,0,15::LAPD,8,394,TSL,16&&31;
ZWTP:STMU,13:ETS2,0,16::LAPD,8,395,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,15:ETS2,0,17::LAPD,8,395,TSL,16&&31;
ZWTP:STMU,25:ETS2,0,21::LAPD,8,389,TSL,0&&15; New requirement STMU 9th

Connect ETS2 plug-in unit manually to needed interface.

Note!
If equipment protection is in use, the user need to connect both
STMU units to the same controlling unit.

ZWUC:STMU,1:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,3:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,5:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,7:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;

ZWUC:STMU,8:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,10:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,12:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,14:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,24:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>; New requirement STMU 9th

ZWUC:STMU,9:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,11:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,13:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,15:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,25:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>; New requirement STMU 9th

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8.8.2.2 Create new ET units

STMU indexes 0 – 6 already exists and does not needed to be created.


In this step, STMU ET sets for GTIC-1 and for GTIC-0/ETC-0/ETC-2
cartridge’s new STMU units (which are protecting STMU indexes 8-16).

Create ET units
ETSI
ZWTU:ET,1920&&1982:1A2-3:UNIT=STMU,IND=8,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,1984&&2046:1A2-3:UNIT=STMU,IND=8,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,768&&830:1A2-3:UNIT=STMU,IND=10,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,832&&894:1A2-3:UNIT=STMU,IND=10,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,1024&&1086:1A2-3:UNIT=STMU,IND=12,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,1088&&1150:1A2-3:UNIT=STMU,IND=12,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,512&&574:1A2-3:UNIT=STMU,IND=14,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,576&&638:1A2-3:UNIT=STMU,IND=14,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,256&&318:1A1-3:UNIT=STMU,IND=24,IF=0:; New requirement STMU9th


ZWTU:ET,320&&382:1A1-3:UNIT=STMU,IND=24,IF=1:;

ANSI
ZWTU:ET,2720&&2803:1A2-0:UNIT=STMU,IND=8,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,2804&&2887:1A2-0:UNIT=STMU,IND=8,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,2888&&2971:1A2-0:UNIT=STMU,IND=10,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,2972&&3055:1A2-0:UNIT=STMU,IND=10,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,3056&&3139:1A2-0:UNIT=STMU,IND=12,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,3140&&3223:1A2-0:UNIT=STMU,IND=12,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,3224&&3307:1A2-0:UNIT=STMU,IND=14,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,3308&&3391:1A2-0:UNIT=STMU,IND=14,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET, 3392&&3475:1A1-0:UNIT=STMU,IND=24,IF=0:; New requirement STMU9th


ZWTU:ET, 3392&&3475:1A1-0:UNIT=STMU,IND=24,IF=1:;

Create ET plug-in units


ETSI
ZWTP:ET,1920&&1982:ETS2,0,14::ETT00,8,1920&&1982,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1984&&2046:ETS2,0,14::ETT00,8,1984&&2046,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,768&&830:ETS2,0,15::ETT00,8,768&&830,TSL,0:;

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ZWTP:ET,832&&894:ETS2,0,15::ETT00,8,832&&894,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1024&&1086:ETS2,0,16::ETT00,8,1024&&1086,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1088&&1150:ETS2,0,16::ETT00,8,1088&&1150,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,512&&574:ETS2,0,17::ETT00,8,512&&574,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,576&&638:ETS2,0,17::ETT00,8,576&&638,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,256&&318:ETS2,0,21::ETT00,8,256&&318,TSL,0:; New requirement STMU9th
ZWTP:ET,320&&382:ETS2,0,21::ETT00,8,320&&382,TSL,0:;

ANSI
ZWTP:ET,2720&&2803:ETS2,0,14::ETT00,8,2720&&2803,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2804&&2887:ETS2,0,14::ETT00,8,2804&&2887,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2888&&2971:ETS2,0,15::ETT00,8,2888&&2971,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2972&&3055:ETS2,0,15::ETT00,8,2972&&3055,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,3056&&3139:ETS2,0,16::ETT00,8,3056&&3139,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,3140&&3223:ETS2,0,16::ETT00,8,3140&&3223,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,3224&&3307:ETS2,0,17::ETT00,8,3224&&3307,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,3308&&3391:ETS2,0,17::ETT00,8,3308&&3391,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET, 3392&&3475:ETS2,0,21::ETT00,8,3392&&3475,TSL,0:; New requirement
STMU9th
ZWTP:ET, 3476&&3559:ETS2,0,21::ETT00,8,3476&&3559,TSL,0:;

Connect ET plug-in units


ETSI
ZWUC:ET,1920&&1982:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1984&&2046:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,768&&830:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,832&&894:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1024&&1086:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1088&&1150:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,512&&574:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,576&&638:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,256&&318:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:; New requirement STMU9th
ZWUC:ET,320&&382:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;

ANSI
ZWUC:ET,2720&&2803:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,2804&&2887:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,2888&&2971:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,2972&&3055:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,3056&&3139:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,3140&&3223:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,3224&&3307:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,3308&&3391:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,3392&&3475:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:; New requirement
STMU9th
ZWUC:ET,3476&&3559:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;

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Create HW protection sets


ETSI:
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:0,4;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:2,6;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:8,12;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:10,14;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:16,20;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:18,22;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:24,28;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:26,30;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:32,36;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:34,38;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:40,44;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:42,46;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:48,52;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:50,54;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:56,60;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:58,62;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:96,100;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:98,102;

ANSI:
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:0,4;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:2,6;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:8,12;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:10,14;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:16,20;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:18,22;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:24,28;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:26,30;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:32,36;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:34,38;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:40,44;

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ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:42,46;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:48,52;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:50,54;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:56,60;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:58,62;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,ASP:96,100;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,ASP:98,102;

8.8.2.4 Change new STMU units to WO-EX state

Note!
STMU indexes 0-6 are already in WO-EX state and this step can be
skipped.

Change both GTIC cardridge’s STMU to WO-EX state

ZUSC:STMU,<index>:SE;
ZUSC:STMU,<index>:TE;
ZUSC:STMU,<index>:WO;

IMPORTANT!
If more STMU units are planned to be upgraded, do
the chapters 8.1-8.5 again. In case of last STMU
upgrade, remember to unblock the alarm 1340
manually.

Unblock alarm 1340 (Hotlink failure) with following command:


ZABU:1340;

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8.9 MCMU diagnostic


In this step, after all the MCMU diagnostic is run.

Note!
MCMU diagnostic to one unit can take 40-60 minutes.

Change the MCMU-0 to TE-EX:


ZUSC:MCMU,0:SP;
ZUSC:MCMU,0:TE;

Run diagnostic to MCMU-0:


ZUDU:MCMU,0;

After successful diagnostic change the MCMU-0 to WO-EX state:


ZUSC:MCMU,0:SP;
ZUSC:MCMU,0:WO;

Change the MCMU-1 to TE-EX:


ZUSC:MCMU,1:SP;
ZUSC:MCMU,1:TE;

Run diagnostic to MCMU-1:


ZUDU:MCMU,1;

After successful diagnostic change the MCMU-1 to SP-EX state:


ZUSC:MCMU,1:SP;

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upgrade for BSC in case of STMU half
capacity configuration (1+1)

HW redundant STMU unit will be equipped to corresponding track in


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Macro upgrades all the existing STMU units one by one. The upgrade
starts upgrading STMU indexes 0-6 in ascending order, the other four
STMU indexes (8-14) will be upgraded using descending order.
Each STMU unit’s upgrade may effect to PCM areas which are e.g.
already used by ET16/ETIP or some other STMU unit. Following table
shows the effected PCM areas and units related to each upgraded
STMU index.
In case of STMU half configuration, the STMU units must be handled
separately. This is needed because of the STMU indexes 8-14 needs
different deletions than the first STMU indexes 0-6. Also STMU plug-in
units needs to be deleted for STMU indexes 8-14, and created again
with new indexes to GTIC-1 cartridge.

IMPORTANT!
When traffic lost is wanted to stay as minimum as possible, then the
order of upgraded STMU indexes should be following:
1. STMU-0
2. STMU-2
3. STMU-4
4. STMU-6
5. STMU-14
6. STMU-12
7. STMU-10
8. STMU-8

9.1 In case of STMU indexes between 0 to 6

9.1.1 Re-host traffic from concerning STMU/ET16/ETIP unit

Move traffic from STMU unit which is going to be upgraded –also from
up-coming HW protected STMU unit or affected ET16/ETIP unit (see
table above). More information about traffic restrictions can be found
from chapter 5.1. The traffic can be re-directed back to upgraded STMU
unit right after the upgrade has been completed successfully.
Note!

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Verify the effected PCM area(s) (which needs to be deleted) from


Appendix 4,5,6. PCM areas are marked with same colour.

Note!
In case of ETPs having the overlapping PCMs with destination STMU,
macro will give a pop-up saying the PCM already in use by ETP cards
and these ETP card deletion is not supported.

9.1.2 Delete interfaces from affected STMU, ET16/ETIP units

In this step, delete interfaces from affected STMU, ET16 or ETIP units
(see tables in Appendix 4,5,6). Interfaces related to STMU unit indexes
0-6, are not needed to be deleted.

More instruction can be found from NED document Creating and


managing BSC configuration.

9.1.3 Change STMU units states to SE-NH and delete ET16/ETIP


equipment

In this step the STMU unit, which is going to be upgraded, is changed to


SE-NH state. Also affected STMU unit(s) state needs to be changed to
SE-NH. See effected STMU units from tables presented in Appendix
4,5,6.

ZUSC:<STMU/ET16>,<index>:BL;
ZUSC: <STMU/ET16>,<index>:TE;
ZUSC: <STMU/ET16>,<index>:SE;
ZUSC:<STMU/ET16>,<index>:SE;

If ET16 unit’s exist in effected tracks (see table in chapter 9), the
hardware from equipment database is deleted with following commands:

ZWUD:ET,<min_index&&max_index>:BCSU,<index>;
ZWTQ:ET,<min_index&&max_index>:BCSU,<index>;
ZWTV:ET,<min_index&&max_index>;

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9.1.4 Remove old protection groups

In this step old protection group from STMU to be upgraded will be


deleted. Also affected STMU unit’s protection group needs to be deleted.

Transmission protection groups can be checked with following


command:
ZYWI;

Delete existing transmission protection groups with following command:


ZYWD:<index>;

9.1.5 Delete ET sets from GTIC-0 units

In this step, delete old ET set configurations from affected STMU units
(see table in Appendix 4,5,6).

Delete ET equipment related to STMU unit(s) with following commands:

Disconnect units
ZWUD:ET,<min_index>&&<max_index>:ETS2,0;

Delete plug-in units


ZWTQ:ET,<min_index>&&<max_index>:ETS2,0;

Delete units
ZWTV:ET,<min_index>&&<max_index>;

9.1.6 Make cabling changes and install new cables related to MCMU,0

Alarm 1344 (Hotlink failure) is blocked during the whole upgrade.


Unblocking can be done after last unit has been upgraded successfully
(in the end of chapter 8.5.1.4 or 8.5.2.4).

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Blocking can be done with command


ZABB:1340;

Change MCMU-0 and EMB-0 state to SE-NH.


ZUSC:MCMU,0,TE-EX;
ZUSC:MCMU,0,SE-OU;
ZUSC:MCMU,0,SE-NH;

ZUSC:EMB,0,TE;
ZUSC:EMB,0,SE;
ZUSC:EMB,0,SE;
Make cabling changes to MCMU-0 according to appendixes:
- MCMU,0 related cablings in BSC3i 1000/2000 or upgraded Flexi
BSC
Note :In 1+1 configuration please refer cablings for BSC3i 1000/2000

9.1.7 Make DIP-switch changes to SW256B in MCMU,0

Check and make changes to SW256B DIP-switches related to upgraded


track according to appendix5.

9.1.8 Make cabling changes and install new cables related to MCMU-1

Change MCMU-0 ,EMB-0state to WO-EX and MCMU-1 and EMB-1to


SE-NH state.
ZUSC:MCMU,0,SE-OU;
ZUSC:MCMU,0,TE-EX;
ZUSC:MCMU,0,SP-EX;
ZUSC:MCMU,0,WO-EX;

ZUSC:EMB,0,SE;
ZUSC:EMB,0,TE;
ZUSC:EMB,0,WO;
ZUSC:MCMU,1,TE-EX;
ZUSC:MCMU,1,SE-OU;
ZUSC:MCMU,1,SE-NH;

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ZUSC:EMB,1,TE;
ZUSC:EMB,1,SE;
ZUSC:EMB,1,SE;

Make cabling changes to MCMU according to appendixes:


- MCMU,1 related cablings in BSC3i 1000/2000 or upgraded Flexi
BSC
Note :In 1+1 configuration please refer cablings for BSC3i 1000/2000

9.1.9 Make DIP-switch changes to SW256B in MCMU-1

Check and make changes to SW256B DIP-switches related to upgraded


track according to appendix5.

Change MCMU-1 and EMB-1 state back to SP-EX state.

ZUSC:MCMU,1,SE-OU;
ZUSC:MCMU,1,TE-EX;
ZUSC:MCMU,1,SP-EX;

ZUSC:EMB,1,SE;
ZUSC:EMB,1,TE;
ZUSC:EMB,1,SP;

9.1.10 Create new ET sets for upgraded STMU unit

In this step, the new ET sets will be created for STMU which is
upgraded. STMU unit and plug-in unit already exists (and already
connected to some interface) and does not needed to be created.

Create ET set units with following commands:


ETSI
ZWTU:ET,64&&126:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=0,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,192&&254:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=0,IF=1:;

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ZWTU:ET,320&&382:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=2,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,448&&510:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=2,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,1088&&1150:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=4,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,1216&&1278:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=4,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,1408&&1470:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=6,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,1472&&1534:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=6,IF=1:;

ANSI
ZWTU:ET,2048&&2131:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=0,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,2132&&2215:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=0,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,2216&&2299:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=2,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,2300&&2383:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=2,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,2384&&2467:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=4,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,2468&&2551:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=4,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,2552&&2635:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=6,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,2636&&2719:1A5-6:UNIT=STMU,IND=6,IF=1:;

Create ET plug-in units


ETSI
ZWTP:ET,64&&126:ETS2,0,1::ETT00,8,64&&126,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,192&&254:ETS2,0,1::ETT00,8,192&&254,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,320&&382:ETS2,0,2::ETT00,8,320&&382,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,448&&510:ETS2,0,2::ETT00,8,448&&510,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1088&&1150:ETS2,0,3::ETT00,8,1088&&1150,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1216&&1278:ETS2,0,3::ETT00,8,1216&&1278,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1408&&1470:ETS2,0,4::ETT00,8,1408&&1470,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1472&&1534:ETS2,0,4::ETT00,8,1472&&1534,TSL,0:;

ANSI
ZWTP:ET,2048&&2131:ETS2,0,1::ETT00,8,2048&&2131,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2132&&2215:ETS2,0,1::ETT00,8,2132&&2215,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2216&&2299:ETS2,0,2::ETT00,8,2216&&2299,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2300&&2383:ETS2,0,2::ETT00,8,2300&&2383,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2384&&2467:ETS2,0,3::ETT00,8,2384&&2467,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2468&&2551:ETS2,0,3::ETT00,8,2468&&2551,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2552&&2635:ETS2,0,4::ETT00,8,2552&&2635,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2636&&2719:ETS2,0,4::ETT00,8,2636&&2719,TSL,0:;

Connect ET plug-in units (manually):


ETSI
ZWUC:ET,64&&126:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;

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ZWUC:ET,192&&254:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,320&&382:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,448&&510:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1088&&1150:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1216&&1278:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1408&&1470:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1472&&1534:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;

ANSI
ZWUC:ET,2048&&2131:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,2132&&2215:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,2216&&2299:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,2300&&2383:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,2384&&2467:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,2468&&2251:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,2552&&2635:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,2636&&2719:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;

9.1.11 Change upgraded STMU unit to WO-EX state

In this step, the upgraded STMU unit needs to be changed to WO-EX


state. The up-coming redundant STMU unit will be upgraded in later
phase.

Change upgraded STMU to WO-EX state

ZUSC:STMU,<index>:SE;
ZUSC:STMU,<index>:TE;
ZUSC:STMU,<index>:WO;

After unit is up, the traffic through upgraded STMU unit should start
normally.

Go back to chapter 9.1 and start the upgrade for next STMU index
until all even index STMU units has been upgraded successfully.
Odd STMU indexes 1-15 will be created after even units has been
finished (chapter 9.5).

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9.2 In case of STMU indexes between 8 to 16


Note!
STMU units must be upgraded in descending order.

9.2.1 Re-host traffic from concerning STMU/ET16/ETIP unit

Move traffic from STMU unit which is going to be upgraded –also from
up-coming HW protected STMU unit or affected ET16/ETIP unit (see
table above). More information about traffic restrictions can be found
from chapter 5.1. The traffic can be re-directed back to upgraded STMU
unit right after the upgrade has been completed successfully.
Note!
Verify the effected PCM area(s) (which needs to be deleted) from
Appendix 4,5,6. PCM areas are marked with same colour.

Note!
In case of ETPs having the overlapping PCMs with destination STMU,
macro will give a pop-up saying the PCM already in use by ETP cards
and these ETP card deletion is not supported.

9.2.2 Delete interfaces from affected STMU, ET16/ETIP units

In this step, delete interfaces from affected STMU, ET16 or ETIP units
(see tables in Appendix 4,5,6).

More instruction can be found from NED document Creating and


managing BSC configuration.

9.2.3 Change STMU units states to SE-NH and delete ET16/ETIP


equipment

In this step the STMU unit, which is going to be upgraded, is changed to


SE-HN state. Also affected STMU unit(s) state needs to be changed to
SE-NH. See effected STMU units from tables presented in Appendix
4,5,6.

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ZUSC:<STMU/ET16>,<index>:BL;
ZUSC: <STMU/ET16>,<index>:TE;
ZUSC: <STMU/ET16>,<index>:SE;
ZUSC:<STMU/ET16>,<index>:SE;

If ET16 plug-in unit’s exist in effected tracks (see table in chapter 9), the
hardware from equipment database is deleted with following commands:

ZWUD:ET,<min_index&&max_index>:BCSU,<index>;
ZWTQ:ET,<min_index&&max_index>:BCSU,<index>;
ZWTV:ET,<min_index&&max_index>;

9.2.4 Remove old protection groups

In this step old protection group from STMU to be upgraded will be


deleted. Also affected STMU unit’s protection group needs to be deleted.

Transmission protection groups can be checked with following


command:
ZYWI;

Delete existing transmission protection groups with following command:


ZYWD:<index>;

9.2.5 Delete ET sets from GTIC-1 units

In this step, delete old ET set configurations from STMU to be upgraded


and affected STMU unit(s) (see table in chapter 9).
Delete ET equipment related to STMU unit(s) with following commands:

Disconnect units
ZWUD:ET,<min_index>&&<max_index>:ETS2,0;

Delete plug-in units


ZWTQ:ET,<min_index>&&<max_index>:ETS2,0;

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Delete units
ZWTV:ET,<min_index>&&<max_index>;

9.2.6 Delete old STMU unit equipment

In this step, delete old STMU unit equipment from STMU to be upgraded
in GTIC-1 cartridge. Delete also equipment from same track in GTIC-0
cartridge.
Deletion can be done with following commands:

ZWUD:STMU,<index>:ETS2,<index>;
ZWTQ:STMU,<index>:ETS2,<index>;
ZWTV:STMU,<index>;

9.2.7 Make cabling changes and install new cables related to MCMU,0

Alarm 1344 (Hotlink failure) is blocked during the whole upgrade.


Unblocking can be done after last unit has been upgraded successfully
(in the end of chapter 8.5.1.4 or 8.5.2.4).
Blocking can be done with command
ZABB:1340;

Change MCMU-0 state to SE-NH.


ZUSC:MCMU,0,TE-EX;
ZUSC:MCMU,0,SE-OU;
ZUSC:MCMU,0,SE-NH;

Make cabling changes to MCMU-0 according to appendixes:


- MCMU,0 related cablings in BSC3i 1000/2000 or upgraded Flexi
BSC
Note :In 1+1 configuration please refer cablings for BSC3i 1000/2000

9.2.8 Make DIP-switch changes to SW256B in MCMU,0

Check and make changes to SW256B DIP-switches related to upgraded


track according to appendix5.

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9.2.9 Make cabling changes and install new cables related to MCMU-1

Change MCMU-0 state to WO-EX and MCMU-1 to SE-NH state.


ZUSC:MCMU,0,SE-OU;
ZUSC:MCMU,0,TE-EX;
ZUSC:MCMU,0,SP-EX;
ZUSC:MCMU,0,WO-EX;

ZUSC:MCMU,1,TE-EX;
ZUSC:MCMU,1,SE-OU;
ZUSC:MCMU,1,SE-NH;

Make cabling changes to MCMU according to appendixes:


- MCMU,1 related cablings in BSC3i 1000/2000 or upgraded Flexi
BSC
Note :In 1+1 configuration please refer cablings for BSC3i 1000/2000

9.2.10 Make DIP-switch changes to SW256B in MCMU-1

Check and make changes to SW256B DIP-switches related to upgraded


track according to appendix5.

Change MCMU-1 state back to SP-EX state.

ZUSC:MCMU,1,SE-OU;
ZUSC:MCMU,1,TE-EX;
ZUSC:MCMU,1,SP-EX;

9.2.11 Create new STMU unit to GTIC/ETC cartridge

In this step, the new upgraded STMU unit equipment is to be created.

Create STMU unit to be upgraded

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ZWTU:STMU,8:1A5-9;
ZWTU:STMU,10:1A5-9;
ZWTU:STMU,12:1A5-9;
ZWTU:STMU,14:1A5-9;

Create ETS2 plug-in unit

ZWTP:STMU,8:ETS2,0,5::LAPD,8,898,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,10:ETS2,0,6::LAPD,8,898,TSL,16&&31;
ZWTP:STMU,12:ETS2,0,7::LAPD,8,899,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,14:ETS2,0,8::LAPD,8,899,TSL,16&&31;

Connect ETS2 plug-in unit

ZWUC:STMU,8:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,10:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,12:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,14:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;

9.2.12 Create new ET sets for upgraded STMU unit

In this step, the new ET sets will be created for STMU which is
upgraded.

Create ET set units with following commands:


ETSI
ZWTU:ET,1344&&1406:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=8,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,1600&&1662:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=8,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,1664&&1726:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=10,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,1728&&1790:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=10,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,1792&&1854:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=12,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,1856&&1918:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=12,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,1920&&1982:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=14,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,1984&&2046:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=14,IF=1:;

ANSI
ZWTU:ET,2720&&2803:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=8,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,2804&&2887:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=8,IF=1:;

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ZWTU:ET,2888&&2971:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=10,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,2972&&3055:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=10,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,3056&&3139:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=12,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,3140&&3223:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=12,IF=1:;

ZWTU:ET,3224&&3307:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=14,IF=0:;
ZWTU:ET,3308&&3391:1A5-9:UNIT=STMU,IND=14,IF=1:;

Create ET plug-in units


ETSI
ZWTP:ET,1344&&1406:ETS2,0,5::ETT00,8,1344&&1406,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1600&&1662:ETS2,0,5::ETT00,8,1600&&1662,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1664&&1726:ETS2,0,6::ETT00,8,1664&&1726,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1728&&1790:ETS2,0,6:ETT00,8,1728&&1790,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1792&&1854:ETS2,0,7::ETT00,8,1792&&1854,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1856&&1918:ETS2,0,7::ETT00,8,1856&&1918,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1920&&1982:ETS2,0,8::ETT00,8,1920&&1982,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,1984&&2046:ETS2,0,8::ETT00,8,1984&&2046,TSL,0:;

ANSI
ZWTP:ET,2720&&2803:ETS2,0,5::ETT00,8,2720&&2803,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2804&&2887:ETS2,0,5::ETT00,8,2804&&2887,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2888&&2971:ETS2,0,6::ETT00,8,2888&&2971,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,2972&&3055:ETS2,0,6::ETT00,8,2972&&3055,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,3056&&3139:ETS2,0,7::ETT00,8,3056&&3139,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,3140&&3223:ETS2,0,7::ETT00,8,3140&&3223,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,3224&&3307:ETS2,0,8::ETT00,8,3224&&3307,TSL,0:;
ZWTP:ET,3308&&3391:ETS2,0,8::ETT00,8,3308&&3391,TSL,0:;

Connect ET plug-in units (manually):


ETSI
ZWUC:ET,1344&&1406:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1600&&1662:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1664&&1726:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1728&&1790:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1792&&1854:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1856&&1918:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1920&&1982:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,1984&&2046:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;

ANSI
ZWUC:ET,2720&&2803:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,2804&&2887:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;

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ZWUC:ET,2888&&2971:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,2972&&3055:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,3056&&3139:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,3140&&3223:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,3224&&3307:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;
ZWUC:ET,3308&&3391:ETS2,0:IF=<interface>:BCSU,<index>:;

9.2.13 Change upgraded STMU unit to WO-EX state

In this step, the upgraded STMU unit needs to be changed to WO-EX


state. The up-coming redundant STMU unit will be upgraded in later
phase.

Change upgraded STMU to WO-EX state

ZUSC:STMU,<index>:SE;
ZUSC:STMU,<index>:TE;
ZUSC:STMU,<index>:WO;

After unit is up, the traffic through upgraded STMU unit should start
normally.

Go back to chapter 9.2 and start the upgrade for next STMU unit
until all units has been upgraded successfully.
Odd STMU indexes 1-15 will be created after even units has been
finished (chapter 9.5).

9.3 Install redundant ETS2 plug-in unit


Install ETS2 plug-in unit for HW protection usage if unit does not exist.
One ETS2 plug-in unit must exists in same track in both GTIC-
cartridges.

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9.4 Make cabling changes for redundant STMU


Important!
This step can be skipped if redundant cablings are already done earlier
in chapters 9.1.6 and 9.2.7 among MCMU,0 cablings.

Add redundant cablings according to following appendixes:


- MCMU,0 related cablings in BSC3i 1000/2000 or upgraded Flexi
BSC

Note :In 1+1 configuration please refer cablings for BSC3i 1000/2000

Note that these cablings are not related directly to MCMU units and unit
state changes are not needed.

9.5 Create Hardware Protection Groups configuration


In this step, all the equipment commands for creating redundant STMU
unit are given. In case of manual execution, choose the correct STMU
index to be equipped according the pictures presented in chapter 9.

Note!
Requirement is that full amount of STMU units will be upgraded (see
chapter 5.2.

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9.5.1 Equip new redundant STMU units

Create redundant STMU unit

ZWTU:STMU,1:1A5-9;
ZWTU:STMU,3:1A5-9;
ZWTU:STMU,5:1A5-9;
ZWTU:STMU,7:1A5-9;

ZWTU:STMU,9:1A5-6;
ZWTU:STMU,11:1A5-6;
ZWTU:STMU,13:1A5-6;
ZWTU:STMU,15:1A5-6;

Create redundant ETS2 plug-in unit

ZWTP:STMU,1:ETS2,0,1::LAPD,8,896,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,3:ETS2,0,2::LAPD,8,896,TSL,16&&31;
ZWTP:STMU,5:ETS2,0,3::LAPD,8,897,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,7:ETS2,0,4::LAPD,8,897,TSL,16&&31;

ZWTP:STMU,9:ETS2,0,5::LAPD,8,642,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,11:ETS2,0,6::LAPD,8,642,TSL,16&&31;
ZWTP:STMU,13:ETS2,0,7::LAPD,8,643,TSL,0&&15;
ZWTP:STMU,15:ETS2,0,8::LAPD,8,643,TSL,16&&31;

Connect ETS2 plug-in unit manually to needed interface.

Note!
If equipment protection is in use, the user need to connect both
STMU units to the same controlling unit.

ZWUC:STMU,1:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,3:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,5:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,7:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;

ZWUC:STMU,9:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,11:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,13:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;
ZWUC:STMU,15:ETS2,0::BCSU,<index>;

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Create HW protection groups


ANSI:
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:0,4;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:2,6;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:8,12;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:10,14;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:16,20;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:18,22;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:24,28;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:26,30;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:32,36;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:34,38;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:40,44;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:42,46;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:48,52;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:50,54;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:56,60;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,APS:58,62;

ETSI:
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:0,4;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:2,6;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:8,12;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:10,14;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:16,20;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:18,22;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:24,28;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:26,30;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:32,36;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:34,38;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:40,44;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:42,46;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:48,52;

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ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:50,54;

ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:56,60;
ZYWC:,,<BI/UNI>,MSP:58,62;

9.5.3 Change new STMU units to WO-EX state

Change redundant STMU units in both cartridges to WO-EX state

ZUSC:STMU,<index>:SE;
ZUSC:STMU,<index>:TE;
ZUSC:STMU,<index>:WO;

9.6 MCMU diagnostic


In this step, after all the MCMU diagnostic is run.

Note!
MCMU diagnostic to one unit can take 40-60 minutes.

Change the MCMU-0 to TE-EX:


ZUSC:MCMU,0:SP;
ZUSC:MCMU,0:TE;

Run diagnostic to MCMU-0:


ZUDU:MCMU,0;

After successful diagnostic change the MCMU-0 to WO-EX state:


ZUSC:MCMU,0:SP;
ZUSC:MCMU,0:WO;

Change the MCMU-1 to TE-EX:


ZUSC:MCMU,1:SP;
ZUSC:MCMU,1:TE;

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Run diagnostic to MCMU-1:


ZUDU:MCMU,1;

After successful diagnostic change the MCMU-1 to SP-EX state:


ZUSC:MCMU,1:SP;

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11.1 BSS Integration


After SDH/Sonet equipment protection upgrade, make BSC integration
for upgraded units according BSS integration. The document can be
found from NED.

11.2 BSC configuration printout (post-check)


The information about the BSC configurations and conditions are
collected.
The checking can be made by using the macro (UPGMAIN.HIT) or
manually following the instructions from “BSC configuration printout”-
document delivered in S16 Release Binder.
For macro execution, choose the BSC configuration printout (post) step
in BSC3i/TCSM3i upgrade for SDH/Sonet equipment protection
procedure. Follow then the macro execution according the BSC
configuration printout –document.

11.3 Return to the old HW configuration


If return to old HW configuration is needed, follow the instructions in this
document in the reverse order. Or activate fallback build taken before
HW upgrade and change cablings according the Cablings instructions
for BSC3i which can be found from NED.

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12.1 Appendix1: MCMU,0 related cablings in BSC3i


1000/2000 or upgraded FlexiBSC3i
Note!
Part List includes only four Hotlink cables. The cables will be delivered
to the site and added to cabinet according to upgrading procedure.
BSCC_1200 -BSCC_1203 cable markings/labels are attached as default
to the cables included in parts list. Other BSCC cabinet related cable
markings (28 pcs) are delivered unattached and will be delivered to the
site and added to cabinet according to upgrading procedure.

1) Track 1

Remove following cables from GTIC-side:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_726 GTIC 1 5.9F 01.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 06.SB2-0 CSB027 Hotlink


BSCC_727 GTIC 1 5.9F 01.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 07.SB2-0 CSB027 Hotlink

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1200 GTIC 1 5.9F 01.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 01.SB2-1 CSB030 Hotlink

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BSCC_1201 GTIC 1 5.9F 01.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 01.SB4-1 CSB030 Hotlink

Connect redundancy cable as following:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1240 GTIC 0 5.6B 01.4A GTIC 1 5.9B 01.4A CHFX006 2N


BSCC_1241 GTIC 0 5.6B 01.4G GTIC 1 5.9B 01.4G CHES006 2N

Note!
Use locking pegs according to appendix9 or appendix10 if needed.

2) Track 2

Remove following cables from GTIC-side:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_730 GTIC 1 5.9F 02.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 07.SB3-0 CSB027 Hotlink


BSCC_731 GTIC 1 5.9F 02.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 07.SB4-0 CSB027 Hotlink

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1204 GTIC 1 5.9F 02.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 02.SB2-1 CSB030 Hotlink


BSCC_1205 GTIC 1 5.9F 02.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 02.SB4-1 CSB030 Hotlink

Connect redundancy cable as following:

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BSCC_1242 GTIC 0 5.6B 02.4A GTIC 1 5.9B 02.4A CHFX006 2N


BSCC_1243 GTIC 0 5.6B 02.4G GTIC 1 5.9B 02.4G CHES006 2N

Note!
Use locking pegs according to appendix9 or appendix10 if needed.

3) Track 3

Remove following cables from GTIC-side:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_734 GTIC 1 5.9F 03.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB1-0 CSB027 Hotlink


BSCC_735 GTIC 1 5.9F 03.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB2-0 CSB027 Hotlink

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1208 GTIC 1 5.9F 03.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 05.SB2-1 CSB030 Hotlink


BSCC_1209 GTIC 1 5.9F 03.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 05.SB4-1 CSB030 Hotlink

Connect redundancy cable as following:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1244 GTIC 0 5.6B 03.4A GTIC 1 5.9B 03.4A CHFX006 2N


BSCC_1245 GTIC 0 5.6B 03.4G GTIC 1 5.9B 03.4G CHES006 2N

Note!

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4) Track 4
Remove following cables from GTIC-side:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_738 GTIC 1 5.9F 04.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB3-0 CSB026 Hotlink


BSCC_739 GTIC 1 5.9F 04.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB4-0 CSB026 Hotlink

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1212 GTIC 1 5.9F 04.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 06.SB3-1 CSB030 Hotlink


BSCC_1213 GTIC 1 5.9F 04.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 06.SB4-1 CSB030 Hotlink

Connect redundancy cable as following:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1246 GTIC 0 5.6B 04.4A GTIC 1 5.9B 04.4A CHFX006 2N


BSCC_1247 GTIC 0 5.6B 04.4G GTIC 1 5.9B 04.4G CHES006 2N

Note!
Use locking pegs according to appendix9 or appendix10 if needed.

5) Track 5

Re-connect following cablings:

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BSCC_726 GTIC 1 5.9F 01.SB1-0 5.9F 05.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 06.SB2-0 CSB027 Hotlink
BSCC_727 GTIC 1 5.9F 01.SB2-0 5.9F 05.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 07.SB2-0 CSB027 Hotlink

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1216 GTIC 0 5.6F 05.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 06.SB2-1 CSB030 Hotlink


BSCC_1217 GTIC 0 5.6F 05.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 07.SB2-1 CSB030 Hotlink

Connect redundancy cables as following:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note
BSCC_1248 GTIC 0 5.6B 05.4A GTIC 1 5.9B 05.4A CHFX006 2N
BSCC_1249 GTIC 0 5.6B 05.4G GTIC 1 5.9B 05.4G CHES006 2N

Note!
Use locking pegs according to appendix9 or appendix10 if needed.

6) Track 6

Re-connect following cablings:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_730 GTIC 1 5.9F 02.SB1-0 5.9F 06.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 07.SB3-0 CSB027 Hotlink
BSCC_731 GTIC 1 5.9F 02.SB2-0 5.9F 06.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 07.SB4-0 CSB027 Hotlink

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

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BSCC_1220 GTIC 0 5.6F 06.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 07.SB3-1 CSB030 Hotlink


BSCC_1221 GTIC 0 5.6F 06.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 07.SB4-1 CSB030 Hotlink

Connect redundancy cables as following:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note
BSCC_1250 GTIC 0 5.6B 06.4A GTIC 1 5.9B 06.4A CHFX006 2N
BSCC_1251 GTIC 0 5.6B 06.4G GTIC 1 5.9B 06.4G CHES006 2N

Note!
Use locking pegs according to appendix9 or appendix10 if needed.

7) Track 7

Re-connect following cablings:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_734 GTIC 1 5.9F 03.SB1-0 5.9F 07.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB1-0 CSB027 Hotlink
BSCC_735 GTIC 1 5.9F 03.SB2-0 5.9F 07.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB2-0 CSB027 Hotlink

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1224 GTIC 0 5.6F 07.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB1-1 CSB030 Hotlink


BSCC_1225 GTIC 0 5.6F 07.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB2-1 CSB030 Hotlink

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BSCC_1252 GTIC 0 5.6B 07.4A GTIC 1 5.9B 07.4A CHFX006 2N


BSCC_1253 GTIC 0 5.6B 07.4G GTIC 1 5.9B 07.4G CHES006 2N

Note!
Use locking pegs according to appendix9 or appendix10 if needed.

8) Track 8

Re-connect following cablings:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_738 GTIC 1 5.9F 04.SB1-0 5.9F 08.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB3-0 CSB026 Hotlink
BSCC_739 GTIC 1 5.9F 04.SB2-0 5.9F 08.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB4-0 CSB026 Hotlink

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1228 GTIC 0 5.6F 08.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB3-1 CSB030 Hotlink


BSCC_1229 GTIC 0 5.6F 08.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB4-1 CSB030 Hotlink

Connect redundancy cables as following:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1254 GTIC 0 5.6B 08.4A GTIC 1 5.9B 08.4A CHFX006 2N


BSCC_1255 GTIC 0 5.6B 08.4G GTIC 1 5.9B 08.4G CHES006 2N

Note!

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12.2 Appendix2: MCMU,1 related cablings in BSC3i


1000/2000 or upgraded FlexiBSC3i
Note!
Part List includes only four Hotlink cables. The cables will be delivered
to the site and added to cabinet according to upgrading procedure.
BSCC_1200 -BSCC_1203 cable markings/labels are attached as default
to the cables included in parts list. Other BSCC cabinet related cable
markings (28 pcs) are delivered unattached and will be delivered to the
site and added to cabinet according to upgrading procedure.

1) Track 1

Remove following cables from GTIC-side:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_728 GTIC 1 5.9F 01.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 06.SB2-0 CSB025 Hotlink

BSCC_729 GTIC 1 5.9F 01.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 07.SB2-0 CSB025 Hotlink

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1202 GTIC 1 5.9F 01.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 01.SB2-1 CSB028 Hotlink


Hotlink
BSCC_1203 GTIC 1 5.9F 01.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 01.SB4-1 CSB028

Note!
Use locking pegs according to appendix9 or appendix10 if needed.

2) Track 2

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No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_732 GTIC 1 5.9F 02.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 07.SB3-0 CSB025 Hotlink


BSCC_733 GTIC 1 5.9F 02.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 07.SB4-0 CSB025 Hotlink

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1206 GTIC 1 5.9F 02.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 02.SB2-1 CSB028 Hotlink


Hotlink
BSCC_1207 GTIC 1 5.9F 02.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 02.SB4-1 CSB028

Note!
Use locking pegs according to appendix9 or appendix10 if needed.

3) Track 3

Remove following cables from GTIC-side:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_736 GTIC 1 5.9F 03.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 08.SB1-0 CSB025 Hotlink


BSCC_737 GTIC 1 5.9F 03.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 08.SB2-0 CSB025 Hotlink

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


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BSCC_1210 GTIC 1 5.9F 03.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 05.SB2-1 CSB028 Hotlink


Hotlink
BSCC_1211 GTIC 1 5.9F 03.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 05.SB4-1 CSB028

Note!
Use locking pegs according to appendix9 or appendix10 if needed.

4) Track 4
Remove following cables from GTIC-side:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_740 GTIC 1 5.9F 04.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 08.SB3-0 CSB024 Hotlink


BSCC_741 GTIC 1 5.9F 04.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 08.SB4-0 CSB024 Hotlink

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1214 GTIC 1 5.9F 04.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 06.SB3-1 CSB028 Hotlink


Hotlink
BSCC_1215 GTIC 1 5.9F 04.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 06.SB4-1 CSB028

Note!
Use locking pegs according to appendix9 or appendix10 if needed.

5) Track 5

Re-connect following cablings:

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BSCC_728 GTIC 1 5.9F 01.SB1-1 5.9F 05.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 06.SB2-0 CSB025 Hotlink
BSCC_729 GTIC 1 5.9F 01.SB2-1 5.9F 05.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 07.SB2-0 CSB025 Hotlink

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1218 GTIC 0 5.6F 05.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 06.SB2-1 CSB028 Hotlink


Hotlink
BSCC_1219 GTIC 0 5.6F 05.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 07.SB2-1 CSB028

Note!
Use locking pegs according to appendix9 or appendix10 if needed.

6) Track 6

Re-connect following cablings:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_732 GTIC 1 5.9F 02.SB1-1 5.9F 06.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 07.SB3-0 CSB025 Hotlink
BSCC_733 GTIC 1 5.9F 02.SB2-1 5.9F 06.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 07.SB4-0 CSB025 Hotlink

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1222 GTIC 0 5.6F 06.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 07.SB3-1 CSB028 Hotlink


Hotlink
BSCC_1223 GTIC 0 5.6F 06.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 07.SB4-1 CSB028

Note!
Use locking pegs according to appendix9 or appendix10 if needed.

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Re-connect following cablings:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_736 GTIC 1 5.9F 03.SB1-1 5.9F 07.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 08.SB1-0 CSB025 Hotlink
BSCC_737 GTIC 1 5.9F 03.SB2-1 5.9F 07.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 08.SB2-0 CSB025 Hotlink

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1226 GTIC 0 5.6F 07.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 08.SB1-1 CSB028 Hotlink


Hotlink
BSCC_1227 GTIC 0 5.6F 07.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 08.SB2-1 CSB028

Note!
Use locking pegs according to appendix9 or appendix10 if needed.

8) Track 8

Re-connect following cablings:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_740 GTIC 1 5.9F 04.SB1-1 5.9F 08.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 08.SB3-0 CSB024 Hotlink
Hotlink
BSCC_741 GTIC 1 5.9F 04.SB2-1 5.9F 08.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 08.SB4-0 CSB024

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

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Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_1230 GTIC 0 5.6F 08.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 08.SB3-1 CSB028 Hotlink


Hotlink
BSCC_1231 GTIC 0 5.6F 08.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 1.3F 08.SB4-1 CSB028

Note!
Use locking pegs according to appendix9 or appendix10 if needed.

12.3 Appendix3: MCMU,0 related cablings in New


Delivery FlexiBSC3i
Note!
BSCC_3000 -_ 3003 cable markings/labels are attached as default to
the cables included in parts list. Other BSCC cabinet related cable
markings (28 pcs) are delivered unattached and will be delivered to the
site and added to cabinet according to upgrading procedure.

Notes:
1)These cables are not included in part list.
2)These cables have been delivered with Cabinet Type. Slot by slot i.e.
redundancy pair by redundancy pair the GTIC 1 ends of these cables
(redundancy pair specific 1 pcs CHFX and 1 pcs CHES) are to be
connected if transmission redundancy is upgraded to HW redundancy.

1) Track 10

Remove following cables from GTIC-side:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note
BSCC_420 GTIC 1 2.0F 10.SB1-0 GSW2KB-A 1.0F 08.SB3-0 CSB012 Hotlink
0
BSCC_421 GTIC 1 2.0F 10.SB2-0 GSW2KB-A 1.0F 08.SB4-0 CSB012 Hotlink
0

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Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3000 GTIC 1 2.0F 10.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 01.SB2-1 CSB013 Hotlink


BSCC_3001 GTIC 1 2.0F 10.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 01.SB4-1 CSB012 Hotlink

Connect redundancy cable as following:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_470 GTIC 0 1.0B 10.4A GTIC 1 2.0B 10.4A CHFX020 2N 1),2)


BSCC_471 GTIC 0 1.0B 10.4G GTIC 1 2.0B 10.4G CHES020 2N 1),2)

2) Track 11

Remove following cables from GTIC-side:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_424 GTIC 1 2.0F 11.SB1-0 GSW2KB-A 1.0F 04.SB1-0 CSB010 Hotlink


0
BSCC_425 GTIC 1 2.0F 11.SB2-0 GSW2KB-A 1.0F 04.SB2-0 CSB011 Hotlink
0

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3004 GTIC 1 2.0F 11.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 07.SB1-1 CSB012 Hotlink 1)


BSCC_3005 GTIC 1 2.0F 11.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 07.SB2-1 CSB013 Hotlink 1)

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Connect redundancy cable as following:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_472 GTIC 0 1.0B 11.4A GTIC 1 2.0B 11.4A CHFX020 2N 1),2)


BSCC_473 GTIC 0 1.0B 11.4G GTIC 1 2.0B 11.4G CHES020 2N 1),2)

3) Track 12

Remove following cables from GTIC-side:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_428 GTIC 1 2.0F 12.SB1-0 GSW2KB-A 1.0F 05.SB1-0 CSB011 Hotlink


0
BSCC_429 GTIC 1 2.0F 12.SB2-0 GSW2KB-A 1.0F 05.SB2-0 CSB012 Hotlink
0

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3008 GTIC 1 2.0F 12.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB1-1 CSB012 Hotlink 1)


BSCC_3009 GTIC 1 2.0F 12.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB2-1 CSB013 Hotlink 1)

Connect redundancy cable as following:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_474 GTIC 0 1.0B 12.4A GTIC 1 2.0B 12.4A CHFX020 2N 1),2)


BSCC_475 GTIC 0 1.0B 12.4G GTIC 1 2.0B 12.4G CHES020 2N 1),2)

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Remove following cables from GTIC-side:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_432 GTIC 1 2.0F 13.SB1-0 GSW2KB-A 1.0F 03.SB1-0 CSB011 Hotlink


0
BSCC_433 GTIC 1 2.0F 13.SB2-0 GSW2KB-A 1.0F 03.SB2-0 CSB012 Hotlink
0

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3012 GTIC 1 2.0F 13.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 06.SB1-1 CSB012 Hotlink 1)


BSCC_3013 GTIC 1 2.0F 13.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 06.SB2-1 CSB013 Hotlink 1)

Connect redundancy cable as following:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_476 GTIC 0 1.0B 13.4A GTIC 1 2.0B 13.4A CHFX020 2N 1),2)


BSCC_477 GTIC 0 1.0B 13.4G GTIC 1 2.0B 13.4G CHES020 2N 1),2)

5) Track 14

Re-connect following cables:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_420 GTIC 1 2.0F 10.SB1-0 2.0F 14.SB1-0 GSW2KB-A 0 1.0F 08.SB3- CSB012 Hotlink
0

BSCC_421 GTIC 1 2.0F 10.SB2-0 2.0F 14.SB2-0 GSW2KB-A 0 1.0F 08.SB4- CSB012 Hotlink

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Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note
0

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3016 GTIC 0 1.0F 14.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB3-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1)


BSCC_3017 GTIC 0 1.0F 14.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 08.SB4-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1)

Connect redundancy cables as following:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_478 GTIC 0 1.0B 14.4A GTIC 1 2.0B 14.4A CHFX017 2N 1),2)


BSCC_479 GTIC 0 1.0B 14.4G GTIC 1 2.0B 14.4G CHES017 2N 1),2)

6) Track 15

Re-connect following cablings:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_424 GTIC 1 2.0F 11.SB1-0 2.0F 15.SB1-0 GSW2KB-A 0 1.0F 04.SB1- CSB010 Hotlink
0

BSCC_425 GTIC 1 2.0F 11.SB2-0 2.0F 15.SB2-0 GSW2KB-A 0 1.0F 04.SB2- CSB011 Hotlink
0

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

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Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3020 GTIC 0 1.0F 15.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 04.SB1-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1)


BSCC_3021 GTIC 0 1.0F 15.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 04.SB2-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1)

Connect redundancy cables as following:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_480 GTIC 0 1.0B 15.4A GTIC 1 2.0B 15.4A CHFX017 2N 1),2)


BSCC_481 GTIC 0 1.0B 15.4G GTIC 1 2.0B 15.4G CHES017 2N 1),2)

7) Track 16

Re-connect following cablings:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_428 GTIC 1 2.0F 12.SB1-0 2.0F 16.SB1-0 GSW2KB-A 0 1.0F 05.SB1- CSB011 Hotlink
0

BSCC_429 GTIC 1 2.0F 12.SB2-0 2.0F 16.SB2-0 GSW2KB-A 0 1.0F 05.SB2- CSB012 Hotlink
0

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3024 GTIC 0 1.0F 16.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 05.SB1-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1)


BSCC_3025 GTIC 0 1.0F 16.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 05.SB2-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1)

Connect redundancy cables as following:

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Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_482 GTIC 0 1.0B 16.4A GTIC 1 2.0B 16.4A CHFX017 2N 1),2)


BSCC_483 GTIC 0 1.0B 16.4G GTIC 1 2.0B 16.4G CHES017 2N 1),2)

8) Track 17

Re-connect following cablings:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_432 GTIC 1 2.0F 13.SB1-0 2.0F 17.SB1-0 GSW2KB-A 0 1.0F 03.SB1- CSB011 Hotlink
0

BSCC_433 GTIC 1 2.0F 13.SB2-0 2.0F 17.SB2-0 GSW2KB-A 0 1.0F 03.SB2- CSB012 Hotlink
0

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3028 GTIC 0 1.0F 17.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 03.SB1-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1)


BSCC_3029 GTIC 0 1.0F 17.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 03.SB2-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1)

Connect redundancy cables as following:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_484 GTIC 0 1.0B 17.4A GTIC 1 2.0B 17.4A CHFX017 2N 1),2)


BSCC_485 GTIC 0 1.0B 17.4G GTIC 1 2.0B 17.4G CHES017 2N 1),2)

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Re-connect following cablings:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_416 ETC 0 1.0F 14.SB1-0 1.0F 21.SB1-0 GSW2KB-A 0 1.0F 02.SB1- CSB007 Hotlink 1)
0

BSCC_417 ETC 0 1.0F 14.SB2-0 1.0F 21.SB2-0 GSW2KB-A 0 1.0F 02.SB2- CSB012 Hotlink 1)
0

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3032 ETC 2 2.0F 21.SB1-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 02.SB1-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1), 11)
BSCC_3033 ETC 2 2.0F 21.SB2-0 GSW2KB 0 1.0F 02.SB2-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1), 11)

Connect redundancy cables as following:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_486 ETC 0 1.0B 21.4A ETC 2 2.0B 21.4A CHFX017 2N 1),2)


BSCC_487 ETC 0 1.0B 21.4G ETC 2 2.0B 21.4G CHES017 2N 1),2)

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12.4 Appendix4: MCMU,1 related cablings in New


Delivery FlexiBSC3i
Note!
BSCC_3000 -_ 3003 cable markings/labels are attached as default to
the cables included in parts list. Other BSCC cabinet related cable
markings (28 pcs) are delivered unattached and will be delivered to the
site and added to cabinet according to upgrading procedure.

Notes:
1)These cables are not included in part list.
2)These cables have been delivered with Cabinet Type. Slot by slot i.e.
redundancy pair by redundancy pair the GTIC 1 ends of these cables
(redundancy pair specific 1 pcs CHFX and 1 pcs CHES) are to be
connected if transmission redundancy is upgraded to HW redundancy.

1) Track 10

Remove following cables from GTIC-side:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note
2.0F 08.SB3-0 CSB006 Hotlink
BSCC_422 GTIC 1 2.0F 10.SB1-1 GSW2KB-A
1
GSW2KB-A 2.0F 08.SB4-0 CSB006 Hotlink
BSCC_423 GTIC 1 2.0F 10.SB2-1 1

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3002 GTIC 1 2.0F 10.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 01.SB2-1 CSB006 Hotlink


Hotlink
BSCC_3003 GTIC 1 2.0F 10.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 01.SB4-1 CSB006

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Remove following cables from GTIC-side:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

2.0F 04.SB1-0 CSB006 Hotlink


BSCC_426 GTIC 1 2.0F 11.SB1-1 GSW2KB-A
1
GSW2KB-A 2.0F 04.SB2-0 CSB006 Hotlink
BSCC_427 GTIC 1 2.0F 11.SB2-1 1

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3006 GTIC 1 2.0F 11.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 07.SB1-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1)


BSCC_3007 GTIC 1 2.0F 11.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 07.SB2-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1)

3) Track 12

Remove following cables from GTIC-side:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

2.0F 05.SB1-0 CSB006 Hotlink


BSCC_430 GTIC 1 2.0F 12.SB1-1 GSW2KB-A
1
GSW2KB-A 2.0F 05.SB2-0 CSB006 Hotlink
BSCC_431 GTIC 1 2.0F 12.SB2-1 1

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3010 GTIC 1 2.0F 12.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 08.SB1-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1)


BSCC_3011 GTIC 1 2.0F 12.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 08.SB2-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1)

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Remove following cables from GTIC-side:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

2.0F 03.SB1-0 CSB007 Hotlink


BSCC_434 GTIC 1 2.0F 13.SB1-1 GSW2KB-A
1
GSW2KB-A 2.0F 03.SB2-0 CSB007 Hotlink
BSCC_435 GTIC 1 2.0F 13.SB2-1 1

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3014 GTIC 1 2.0F 13.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 06.SB1-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1)


BSCC_3015 GTIC 1 2.0F 13.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 06.SB2-1 CSB006 Hotlink 1)

5) Track 14

Re-connect following cables:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_422 GTIC 1 2.0F 10.SB1-1 2.0F 14.SB1-1 GSW2KB-A 1 2.0F 08.SB3- CSB006 Hotlink
0

BSCC_423 GTIC 1 2.0F 10.SB2-1 2.0F 14.SB2-1 GSW2KB-A 1 2.0F 08.SB4- CSB006 Hotlink
0

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

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Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3018 GTIC 0 1.0F 14.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 08.SB3-1 CSB012 Hotlink 1)


BSCC_3019 GTIC 0 1.0F 14.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 08.SB4-1 CSB013 Hotlink 1)

6) Track 15

Re-connect following cablings:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_426 GTIC 1 2.0F 11.SB1-1 2.0F 15.SB1-1 GSW2KB-A 1 2.0F 04.SB1- CSB006 Hotlink
0

BSCC_427 GTIC 1 2.0F 11.SB2-1 2.0F 15.SB2-1 GSW2KB-A 1 2.0F 04.SB2- CSB006 Hotlink
0

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3022 GTIC 0 1.0F 15.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 04.SB1-1 CSB012 Hotlink 1)


BSCC_3023 GTIC 0 1.0F 15.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 04.SB2-1 CSB013 Hotlink 1)

7) Track 16

Re-connect following cablings:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_430 GTIC 1 2.0F 12.SB1-1 2.0F 16.SB1-1 GSW2KB-A 1 2.0F 05.SB1- CSB006 Hotlink
0

BSCC_431 GTIC 1 2.0F 12.SB2-1 2.0F 16.SB2-1 GSW2KB-A 1 2.0F 05.SB2- CSB006 Hotlink

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Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note
0

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3026 GTIC 0 1.0F 16.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 05.SB1-1 CSB012 Hotlink 1)


BSCC_3027 GTIC 0 1.0F 16.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 05.SB2-1 CSB013 Hotlink 1)

8) Track 17

Re-connect following cablings:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_434 GTIC 1 2.0F 13.SB1-1 2.0F 17.SB1-1 GSW2KB-A 1 2.0F 03.SB1- CSB007 Hotlink
0

BSCC_435 GTIC 1 2.0F 13.SB2-1 2.0F 17.SB2-1 GSW2KB-A 1 2.0F 03.SB2- CSB007 Hotlink
0

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3030 GTIC 0 1.0F 17.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 03.SB1-1 CSB012 Hotlink 1)


BSCC_3031 GTIC 0 1.0F 17.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 03.SB2-1 CSB013 Hotlink 1)

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Re-connect following cablings:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Old Position New Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_418 ETC 0 1.0F 14.SB1-1 1.0F 21.SB1-1 GSW2KB-A 1 2.0F 02.SB1- CSB011 Hotlink 1)
0

BSCC_419 ETC 0 1.0F 14.SB2-1 1.0F 21.SB2-1 GSW2KB-A 1 2.0F 02.SB2- CSB012 Hotlink 1)
0

Add following new cablings and change SW256B DIP-switches


according to appendix 5:

Equipping CABLE FROM CABLE TO


No FU Position FU Position Type Use Note

BSCC_3034 ETC 2 2.0F 21.SB1-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 02.SB1-1 CSB012 Hotlink 1), 11)
BSCC_3035 ETC 2 2.0F 21.SB2-1 GSW2KB 1 2.0F 02.SB2-1 CSB013 Hotlink 1), 11)

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12.5 Appendix5: SW256B jumper settings

12.5.1 SW256B jumper settings in New Delivery Flexi BSC

The following information is specifically for combined BSC/TCSM installations where


the BSC part is New Delivery Flexi BSC.

12.5.2 PCM mode settings (SW1)

The PCM mode set up is made with micro switches:


• 4M/8M mode for serial buses R0...R31, T0...T31
• 4M/8M mode for serial buses R32...R63, T32...T63

SW1 Switch

1 (1- 2 (2- 3 (3- 4 (4-


Slot
8) 7) 6) 5) Note
PCM 0-255 4M
SW256B 0 1 OFF OFF OFF OFF
mode selected

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SW1 Switch

PCM 256-511 8M
SW256B 1 2 ON ON OFF OFF
mode selected
PCM 512-767 8M
SW256B 2 3 ON ON OFF OFF
mode selected
PCM 768-1023 8M
SW256B 3 4 ON ON OFF OFF
mode selected
PCM 1024-1279 8M
SW256B 4 5 ON ON OFF OFF
mode selected
PCM 1280-1535 8M
SW256B 5 6 ON ON OFF OFF
mode selected
PCM 1536-1791 8M
SW256B 6 7 ON ON OFF OFF
mode selected
PCM 1792-2047 8M
SW256B 7 8 ON ON OFF OFF
mode selected

12.5.3 Serial Broadband SB1 settings (SW3)

The setting of the Serial Broadband Interface capacity is presented in the table below.
SW3 Switch

1 (1- 2 (2- 3 (3- 4 (4-


Slot
8) 7) 6) 5) Note
SB1 interface is
SW256B 0 1 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB1 interface, PCM
circuits 256-319
connected.
A. Selected if SB1
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON
SW256B 1 2 OFF OFF OFF ETC 0 & 2 slot 21
*)
connected.
B. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 14
connected
SW256B 2 3 OFF OFF ON OFF SB1 interface, PCM

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*) circuits 512-575
connected.
A. Selected if SB1
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 & 0 slot 17
connected.
B. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 13
connected.
SB1 interface, PCM
circuits 768-831
connected.
A. Selected if SB1
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON
SW256B 3 4 OFF OFF OFF GTIC 1 & 0 slot 15
*)
connected.
B. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 11
connected.
SB1 interface, PCM
circuits 1024-1087
connected.
A. Selected if SB1
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON
SW256B 4 5 OFF OFF OFF GTIC 1 & 0 slot 16
*)
connected.
B. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 12
connected.
SW256B 5 6 OFF OFF ON OFF SB1 interface, PCM

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*) circuits 1280-1343
connected.
A. Selected if SB1
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 & 1 slot 13
connected.
B. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 13
connected.
SB1 interface, PCM
circuits 1536-1599
connected.
A. Selected if SB1
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON
SW256B 6 7 OFF OFF OFF GTIC 0 & 1 slot 11
*)
connected.
B. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 11
connected.
SB1 interface, PCM
circuits 1792-1855
connected.
A. Selected if SB1
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON
SW256B 7 8 OFF OFF OFF GTIC 0 & 1 slot 12
*)
connected.
B. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 12
connected.
*) If ETS2 or ETIP1-A is not connected in this PCM position, switch must be OFF

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A. HW redundancy is in use.
B. Transmission redundancy is in use and full capacity of ETS2 and/or ETIP1-A plug-in units
is used.

12.5.4 Serial Broadband SB2 settings (SW4)

The setting of the Serial Broadband Interface capacity is presented in the table below.
SW4 Switch

1 (1- 2 (2- 3 (3- 4 (4-


Slot
8) 7) 6) 5) Note
SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 64-127
connected.
A. Selected if SB1
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON
SW256B 0 1 OFF OFF OFF GTIC 0 & 1 slot 10
*)
connected.
B. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 10
connected.
SB2 interface is
disabled SB2
interface, PCM
circuits 320-383
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ON
SW256B 1 2 OFF OFF OFF ETS2/ETIP1-A in
*)
ETC 0 & 2 slot 21
connected.
B. Selected if SB2
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 14
connected

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SB2 interface, PCM


circuits 576-639
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON
SW256B 2 3 OFF OFF OFF GTIC 1 & 0 slot 17
*)
connected.
B. Selected if SB2
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 13
connected.
SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 832-895
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON
SW256B 3 4 OFF OFF OFF GTIC 1 & 0 slot 15
*)
connected.
B. Selected if SB2
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 11
connected.
SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 1088-1151
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON
SW256B 4 5 OFF OFF OFF GTIC 1 & 0 slot 16
*)
connected.
B. Selected if SB2
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 12
connected.

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SB2 interface, PCM


circuits 1344-1407
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON
SW256B 5 6 OFF OFF OFF GTIC 0 & 1 slot 13
*)
connected.
B. Selected if SB2
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 13
connected.
SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 1600-1663
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON
SW256B 6 7 OFF OFF OFF GTIC 0 & 1 slot 11
*)
connected.
B. Selected if SB2
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 11
connected..
SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 1856-1919
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON
SW256B 7 8 OFF OFF OFF GTIC 0 & 1 slot 12
*)
connected.
B. Selected if SB2
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 12
connected.

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*) If ETS2 or ETIP1-A is not connected in this PCM position, switch must be OFF
A. HW redundancy is in use.
B. Transmission redundancy is in use and full capacity of ETS2 and/or ETIP1-A plug-in units
is used.

12.5.5 Serial Broadband SB3 settings (SW5)

The setting of the Serial Broadband Interface capacity is presented in the table below.
SW5 Switch

1 (1- 2 (2- 3 (3- 4 (4-


Slot
8) 7) 6) 5) Note
SB3 interface is
SW256B 0 1 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB3 interface is
SW256B 1 2 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB3 interface is
SW256B 2 3 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB3 interface is
SW256B 3 4 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB3 interface, PCM
circuits 1152-1199
ON ON connected to
SW256B 4 5 OFF OFF
**) **) SBMUX-A in slot
01 of GTIC 8 &
GTIC 9 (TC2C 2)
SB3 interface, PCM
circuits 1408-1455
ON ON connected to
SW256B 5 6 OFF OFF
**) **) SBMUX-A in slot
01 of GTIC 5 &
GTIC 6 (TC2C 1)
SB3 interface, PCM
circuits 1664-1711
ON ON connected to
SW256B 6 7 OFF OFF
**) **) SBMUX-A in slot
01 of GTIC 2 &
GTIC 3 (TC2C 0)

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SB3 interface, PCM


circuits 1920-1983
connected.
A. Selected if SB1
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON
SW256B 7 8 OFF OFF OFF GTIC 1 & 0 slot 14
*)
connected.
B. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 10
connected.
*) If ETS2 or ETIP1-A is not connected in this PCM position, switch must be OFF
**) If SBMUX-A is not connected in this PCM position, switch must be OFF
A. HW redundancy is in use.
B. Transmission redundancy is in use and full capacity of ETS2 and/or ETIP1-A plug-in units
is used.

12.5.6 Serial Broadband SB4 settings (SW6)

The setting of the Serial Broadband Interface capacity is presented in the table below.
SW6 Switch

1 (1- 2 (2- 3 (3- 4 (4-


Slot
8) 7) 6) 5) Note!
SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 192-255
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON
SW256B 0 1 OFF OFF OFF GTIC 0 & 1 slot 10
*)
connected.
B. Selected if SB2
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 10
connected.

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SB4 interface is
SW256B 1 2 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB4 interface is
SW256B 2 3 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB4 interface is
SW256B 3 4 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 1216-1263
ON ON connected to
SW256B 4 5 OFF OFF
**) **) SBMUX-A in slot
02 of GTIC 8 &
GTIC 9 (TC2C 2)
SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 1472-1519
ON ON connected to
SW256B 5 6 OFF OFF
**) **) SBMUX-A in slot
02 of GTIC 5 &
GTIC 6 (TC2C 1)
SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 1728-1775
ON ON connected to
SW256B 6 7 OFF OFF
**) **) SBMUX-A in slot
02 of GTIC 2 &
GTIC 3 (TC2C 0)
SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 1984-2047
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON
SW256B 7 8 OFF OFF OFF GTIC 1 & 0 slot 14
*)
connected.
B. Selected if SB2
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 10
connected.
*) If ETS2 or ETIP1-A is not connected in this PCM position, switch must be OFF
**) If SBMUX-A is not connected in this PCM position, switch must be OFF

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A. HW redundancy is in use.
B. Transmission redundancy is in use and full capacity of ETS2 and/or ETIP1-A plug-in units
is used.

12.5.7 SW256B jumper settings in upgraded Flexi BSC

The following information is specifically for upgraded Flexi BSC network elements.

12.5.8 PCM mode settings (SW1)

The PCM mode set up is made with micro switches:


• 4M/8M mode for serial buses R0...R31, T0...T31
• 4M/8M mode for serial buses R32...R63, T32...T63

SW1 Switch

1 (1- 2 (2- 3 (3- 4 (4-


Slot
8) 7) 6) 5) Note
PCM 0-255 4M
SW256B 0 1 OFF OFF OFF OFF
mode selected
PCM 256-511 4M
SW256B 1 2 OFF OFF OFF OFF
mode selected
PCM 512-767 8M
SW256B 2 3 ON ON OFF OFF
mode selected
PCM 768-1023 8M
SW256B 3 4 ON ON OFF OFF
mode selected
PCM 1024-1279 8M
SW256B 4 5 ON ON OFF OFF
mode selected
PCM 1280-1535 8M
SW256B 5 6 ON ON OFF OFF
mode selected
PCM 1536-1791 8M
SW256B 6 7 ON ON OFF OFF
mode selected
PCM 1792-2047 8M
SW256B 7 8 ON ON OFF OFF
mode selected

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12.5.9 Serial Broadband SB1 settings (SW3)

The setting of the Serial Broadband Interface capacity is presented in the table below.
SW3 Switch

1 (1- 2 (2- 3 (3- 4 (4-


Slot
8) 7) 6) 5) Note
SB1 interface is
SW256B 0 1 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB1 interface is
SW256B 1 2 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB1 interface is
SW256B 2 3 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB1 interface is
SW256B 3 4 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB1 interface is
SW256B 4 5 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB1 interface is
SW256B 5 6 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB1 interface is
SW256B 6 7 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB1 interface, PCM
circuits 1792-1855
connected.
A. Selected if SB1
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 & 0 slot 07
connected.
ON
SW256B 7 8 OFF OFF OFF B. Selected if SB1
*) interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 03
connected.
C. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 05
connected.
*) If ETS2 or ETIP1-A is not connected in this PCM position, switch must be OFF

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A. HW redundancy is in use.
B. Transmission redundancy is in use and full capacity of ETS2 and/or ETIP1-A plug-in units
is used.
C. Transmission redundancy is in use and half capacity of ETS2 and/or ETIP1-A plug-in units
is used.

12.5.10 Serial Broadband SB2 settings (SW4)

The setting of the Serial Broadband Interface capacity is presented in the table below.
SW4 Switch

1 (1- 2 (2- 3 (3- 4 (4-


Slot
8) 7) 6) 5) Note
SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 64-127
connected.
A. Selected if SB1
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 & 1 slot 01
connected.
ON
SW256B 0 1 OFF OFF OFF B. Selected if SB1
*) interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 01
connected.
C. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 01
connected.
SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 320-383
connected.
ON
SW256B 1 2 OFF OFF OFF A. Selected if SB1
*) interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 & 1 slot 02
connected.

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B. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 02
connected.
C. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 03
connected.
SB2 interface is
SW256B 2 3 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled.
SB2 interface is
SW256B 3 3 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled.
SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 1088-1151
connected.
A. Selected if SB1
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 & 1 slot 03
connected.
ON
SW256B 4 5 OFF OFF OFF B. Selected if SB1
*) interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 03
connected.
C. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 05
connected.
SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 1344-1407
connected.
ON
SW256B 5 6 OFF OFF OFF A. Selected if SB1
*)
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 & 0 slot 05

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connected.
B. Selected if SB2
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 01
connected.
C. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 01
connected.
SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 1600-1663
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 & 0 slot 05
connected.
ON
SW256B 6 7 OFF OFF OFF B. Selected if SB2
*) interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 01
connected.
C. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 02
connected.
SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 1856-1919
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
ON interfaces of
SW256B 7 8 OFF OFF OFF
*) ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 & 0 slot 07
connected.
B. Selected if SB2
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ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 03
connected.
C. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 06
connected.
*) If ETS2 or ETIP1-A is not connected in this PCM position, switch must be OFF
A. HW redundancy is in use.
B. Transmission redundancy is in use and full capacity of ETS2 and/or ETIP1-A plug-in units
is used.
C. Transmission redundancy is in use and half capacity of ETS2 and/or ETIP1-A plug-in units
is used.

12.5.11 Serial Broadband SB3 settings (SW5)

The setting of the Serial Broadband Interface capacity is presented in the table below.
SW5 Switch

1 (1- 2 (2- 3 (3- 4 (4-


Slot
8) 7) 6) 5) Note!
SB3 interface is
SW256B 0 1 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB3 interface is
SW256B 1 2 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB3 interface is
SW256B 2 3 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB3 interface is
SW256B 3 4 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB3 interface is
SW256B 4 5 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB3 interface, PCM
circuits 1408-1471
ON connected.
SW256B 5 6 OFF OFF OFF
*) A. Selected if SB1
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in

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GTIC 0 & 1 slot 04


connected.
B. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 04
connected.
C. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 07
connected.
SB3 interface, PCM
circuits 1664-1727
connected.
A. Selected if SB1
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 & 0 slot 06
connected.
ON
SW256B 6 7 OFF OFF OFF B. Selected if SB1
*) interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 02
connected.
C. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 03
connected.
SB3 interface, PCM
circuits 1920-1983
connected.
A. Selected if SB1
ON
SW256B 7 8 OFF OFF OFF interfaces of
*)
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 & 0 slot 08
connected.
B. Selected if SB1

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interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 04
connected.
C. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 07
connected.
*) If ETS2 or ETIP1-A is not connected in this PCM position, switch must be OFF
A. HW redundancy is in use.
B. Transmission redundancy is in use and full capacity of ETS2 and/or ETIP1-A plug-in units
is used.
C. Transmission redundancy is in use and half capacity of ETS2 and/or ETIP1-A plug-in units
is used.

12.5.12 Serial Broadband SB4 settings (SW6)

The setting of the Serial Broadband Interface capacity is presented in the table below.
SW6 Switch

1 (1- 2 (2- 3 (3- 4 (4-


Slot
8) 7) 6) 5) Note
SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 192-255
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 & 1 slot 01
ON connected.
SW256B 0 1 OFF OFF OFF
*) B. Selected if SB2
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 01
connected.
C. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in

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GTIC 0 slot 02
connected.
SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 448-511
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 & 1 slot 02
connected.
ON
SW256B 1 2 OFF OFF OFF B. Selected if SB2
*) interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 02
connected.
C. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 04
connected.
SB4 interface is
SW256B 2 3 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB4 interface is
SW256B 3 4 OFF OFF OFF OFF
disabled
SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 1216-1279
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
ON GTIC 0 & 1 slot 03
SW256B 4 5 OFF OFF OFF connected.
*)
B. Selected if SB2
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 03
connected.
C. Selected if SB1

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interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 06
connected.
SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 1472-1535
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 & 1 slot 04
connected.
ON
SW256B 5 6 OFF OFF OFF B. Selected if SB2
*) interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 04
connected.
C. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 0 slot 08
connected.
SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 1728-1791
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 & 0 slot 06
connected.
ON
SW256B 6 7 OFF OFF OFF B. Selected if SB2
*)
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 02
connected.
C. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 04

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connected.
SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 1984-2047
connected.
A. Selected if SB2
interfaces of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 & 0 slot 08
connected.
ON
SW256B 7 8 OFF OFF OFF B. Selected if SB2
*) interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 04
connected.
C. Selected if SB1
interface of
ETS2/ETIP1-A in
GTIC 1 slot 08
connected.
*) If ETS2 or ETIP1-A is not connected in this PCM position, switch must be OFF
A. Equipment protection is in use.
B. Transmission protection is in use and full capacity of ETS2 and/or ETIP1-A plug-in units is
used.
C. Transmission protection is in use and half capacity of ETS2 and/or ETIP1-A plug-in units is
used.

12.5.13 SW256B jumper settings in BSC3i

The following information is specifically for BSC3i network elements.

12.5.14 PCM mode settings (SW1)

The PCM mode set up is made with micro switches:


• 4M/8M mode for serial buses R0...R31, T0...T31
• 4M/8M mode for serial buses R32...R63, T32...T63
Table: PCM mode settings on the SW256B (SW1).

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Slot 1 (1- 2 (2- 3 (3- 4 (4- Note


8) 7) 6) 5)
SW256B 0 01 OFF OFF OFF OFF PCM 0-255 4M
mode selected
SW256B 1 02 OFF OFF OFF OFF PCM 256-511 4M
mode selected
SW256B 2 03 ON ON OFF OFF PCM 512-767 8M
mode selected
SW256B 3 04 ON ON OFF OFF PCM 768-1023 8M
mode selected
SW256B 4 05 OFF OFF OFF OFF PCM 1024-1279 4M
mode selected
SW256B 5 06 ON ON OFF OFF PCM 1280-1535 8M
mode selected
SW256B 6 07 ON ON OFF OFF PCM 1536-1791 8M
mode selected
SW256B 7 08 ON ON OFF OFF PCM 1792-2047 8M
mode selected

12.5.15 Serial Broadband SB1 settings (SW3)

The setting of the Serial Broadband Interface capacity is presented in the table below.
Table: Serial Broadband Interface SB1 settings on the SW256B (SW3).
SW3 Switch

Slot 1 (1- 2 (2- 3 (3- 4 (4- Note


8) 7) 6) 5)
SW256B 0 01 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB1 interface is
disabled
SW256B 1 02 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB1 interface is
disabled
SW256B 2 03 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB1 interface is
disabled
SW256B 3 04 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB1 interface is
disabled
SW256B 4 05 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB1 interface is

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disabled
SW256B 5 06 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB1 interface is
disabled
SW256B 6 07 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB1 interface is
disabled
SW256B 7 08 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB1 interface, PCM
circuits 1792-1855
connected. Selected
if interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 1 slot
03 or interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 1 slot
05 connected.
1) If ETS2 in not connected in this PCM position, switch must be OFF

12.5.16 Serial Broadband SB2 settings (SW4)

The setting of the Serial Broadband Interface capacity is presented in the table below.
Table: Serial Broadband Interface SB2 settings on the SW256B (SW4).
SW4 Switch

Slot 1 (1- 2 (2- 3 (3- 4 (4- Note


8) 7) 6) 5)
SW256B 0 01 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 64-127
connected. Selected
if interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 0 slot
01 connected.
SW256B 1 02 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 320-383
connected. Selected
if interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 0 slot
02 or interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 0 slot
03 connected.
SW256B 2 03 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB2 interface is

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SW4 Switch

disabled
SW256B 3 04 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB2 interface is
disabled
SW256B 4 05 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 1088-1151
connected. Selected
if interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 0 slot
03 or interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 0 slot
05 connected.
SW256B 5 06 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 1344-1407
connected. Selected
if interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 1 slot
01 connected.
SW256B 6 07 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 1600-1663
connected. Selected
if interface 1 of
ETS2 in GTIC 1 slot
01 or interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 1 slot
02 connected.
SW256B 7 08 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB2 interface, PCM
circuits 1856-1919
connected. Selected
if interface 1 of
ETS2 in GTIC 1 slot
03 or interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 1 slot
06 connected.
1) If ETS2 in not connected in this PCM position, switch must be OFF

12.5.17 Serial Broadband SB3 settings (SW5)

The setting of the Serial Broadband Interface capacity is presented in the table below.
Table: Serial Broadband Interface SB3 settings on the SW256B (SW5).

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SW5 Switch

Slot 1 (1- 2 (2- 3 (3- 4 (4- Note


8) 7) 6) 5)
SW256B 0 01 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB3 interface is
disabled
SW256B 1 02 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB3 interface is
disabled
SW256B 2 03 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB3 interface is
disabled
SW256B 3 04 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB3 interface is
disabled
SW256B 4 05 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB3 interface is
disabled
SW256B 5 06 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB3 interface, PCM
circuits 1408-1471
connected. Selected
if interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 0 slot
04 or interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 0 slot
07 connected.
SW256B 6 07 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB3 interface, PCM
circuits 1664-1727
connected. Selected
if interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 1 slot
02 or interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 1 slot
03 connected.
SW256B 7 08 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB3 interface, PCM
circuits 1920-1983
connected. Selected
if interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 1 slot
04 or interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 1 slot
07 connected.
1) If ETS2 in not connected in this PCM position, switch must be OFF

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12.5.18 Serial Broadband SB4 settings (SW6)

The setting of the Serial Broadband Interface capacity is presented in the table below.
Table: Serial Broadband Interface SB4 settings on the SW256B (SW6).
Switch Switch

Slot 1 (1- 2 (2- 3 (3- 4 (4-


8) 7) 6) 5)
SW256B 0 01 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 192-255
connected. Selected
if interface 1 of
ETS2 in GTIC 0 slot
01 or interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 0 slot
02 connected.
SW256B 1 02 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 448-511
connected. Selected
if interface 1 of
ETS2 in GTIC 0 slot
02 or interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 0 slot
04 connected.
SW256B 2 03 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB4 interface is
disabled
SW256B 3 04 OFF OFF OFF OFF SB4 interface is
disabled
SW256B 4 05 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 1216-1279
connected. Selected
if interface 1 of
ETS2 in GTIC 0 slot
03 or interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 0 slot
06 connected.
SW256B 5 06 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 1472-1535
connected. Selected
if interface 1 of
ETS2 in GTIC 0 slot
04 or interface 0 of

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ETS2 in GTIC 0 slot


08 connected.
SW256B 6 07 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 1728-1791
connected. Selected
if interface 1 of
ETS2 in GTIC 1 slot
02 or interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 1 slot
04 connected.
SW256B 7 08 OFF OFF ON 1) OFF SB4 interface, PCM
circuits 1984-2047
connected. Selected
if interface 1 of
ETS2 in GTIC 1 slot
04 or interface 0 of
ETS2 in GTIC 1 slot
08 connected.
1) If ETS2 in not connected in this PCM position, switch must be OFF

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BSC3i 1000/2000
PIU
Cartridge Type Usage type Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4 Track 5 Track 6 Track 7 Track 8
ETSI
ANSI &
GTIC-0 ETSI ET16 904-919 920-935 936-951 952-967 968-983 984-999 864-879 880-895
1088- 1408-
Transmissio 64-126 320-382 1150 1470
redundancy 1216- 1472-
GTIC-0 ETSI full capacity ETS2 192-254 448-510 1278 1534
Transmissio
redundancy
half 1088- 1216- 1408- 1472-
GTIC-0 ETSI capacity ETS2 64-126 192-254 320-382 448-510 1150 1278 1470 1534
1088- 1408- 1344- 1664- 1792- 1920-
64-126 320-382 1150 1470 1406 1726 1854 1982
HW 1216- 1472- 1600- 1728- 1856- 1984-
GTIC-0 ETSI redundancy ETS2 192-254 448-510 1278 1534 1662 1790 1918 2046

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64-126 320-382 1150 1470
Transmissio 1216- 1472-
GTIC-0 ETSI redundancy ETIP 192-254 448-510 1278 1534
Transmissio
redundancy
half 1088- 1216- 1408- 1472-
GTIC-0 ETSI capacity ETIP 64-126 192-254 320-382 448-510 1150 1278 1470 1534
1088- 1408- 1344- 1664- 1792- 1920-
64-126 320-382 1150 1470 1406 1726 1854 1982
HW 1216- 1472- 1600- 1728- 1856- 1984-
GTIC-0 ETSI redundancy ETIP 192-254 448-510 1278 1534 1662 1790 1918 2046
ANSI & 1408- 1424- 1440- 1456- 1472- 1488- 1504- 1520-
GTIC-1 ETSI ET16 1423 1439 1455 1471 1487 1503 1519 1535
1344- 1664- 1792- 1920-
Transmissio 1406 1726 1854 1982
redundancy 1600- 1728- 1856- 1984-
GTIC-1 ETSI full capacity ETS2 1662 1790 1918 2046
Transmissio
redundancy
half 1344- 1600- 1664- 1728- 1792- 1856- 1920- 1984-
GTIC-1 ETSI capacity ETS2 1406 1662 1726 1790 1854 1918 1982 2046
1088- 1408- 1344- 1664- 1792- 1920-
64-126 320-382 1150 1470 1406 1726 1854 1982
HW 1216- 1472- 1600- 1728- 1856- 1984-
GTIC-1 ETSI redundancy ETS2 192-254 448-510 1278 1534 1662 1790 1918 2046
1344- 1664- 1792- 1920-
1406 1726 1854 1982
Transmissio 1600- 1728- 1856- 1984-
GTIC-1 ETSI redundancy ETIP 1662 1790 1918 2046
Transmissio
redundancy
half 1344- 1600- 1664- 1728- 1792- 1856- 1920- 1984-
GTIC-1 ETSI capacity ETIP 1406 1662 1726 1790 1854 1918 1982 2046
1088- 1408- 1344- 1664- 1792- 1920-
64-126 320-382 1150 1470 1406 1726 1854 1982
HW 1216- 1472- 1600- 1728- 1856- 1984-
GTIC-1 ETSI redundancy ETIP 192-254 448-510 1278 1534 1662 1790 1918 2046
ANSI &
ETC-0 ETSI ET16 512-527 528-543 544-559 560-575
ANSI &
ETC-1 ETSI ET16 576-591 592-607 608-623 624-639
ANSI & 1344- 1360- 1376- 1392- 1600- 1616- 1632- 1648-
ETC-2 ETSI ET16 1359 1375 1391 1407 1615 1631 1647 1663
ANSI & 1664- 1680- 1696- 1712- 1728- 1744- 1760- 1776-
ETC-3 ETSI ET16 1679 1695 1711 1727 1743 1759 1775 1791
ANSI & 1920- 1936- 1952- 1968- 1984- 2000- 2016- 2032-
ETC-4 ETSI ET16 1935 1951 1967 1983 1999 2015 2031 2047
ANSI & 1280- 1296-
ETC-5 ETSI ET16 1295 1311 904-919 920-935 936-951 952-967 968-983 984-999

ANSI
ANSI &
GTIC-0 ETSI ET16 904-919 920-935 936-951 952-967 968-983 984-999 864-879 880-895
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552-
Transmissio 2131 2299 2467 2635
redundancy 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636-
GTIC-0 ANSI full capacity ETS2 2215 2383 2551 2719
Transmissio
redundancy
half 2048- 2132- 2216- 2300- 2384- 2468- 2552- 2636-
GTIC-0 ANSI capacity ETS2 2131 2215 2299 2383 2467 2551 2635 2719
GTIC-0 ANSI HW ETS2 2048- 2216- 2384- 2552- 2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-

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redundancy 2131 2299 2467 2635 2803 2971 3139 3307


2132- 2300- 2468- 2636- 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
2215 2383 2551 2719 2887 3055 3223 3391
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552-
2131 2299 2467 2635
Transmissio 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636-
GTIC-0 ANSI redundancy ETIP 2215 2383 2551 2719
Transmissio
redundancy
half 2048- 2132- 2216- 2300- 2384- 2468- 2552- 2636-
GTIC-0 ANSI capacity ETIP 2131 2215 2299 2383 2467 2551 2635 2719
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552- 2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
2131 2299 2467 2635 2803 2971 3139 3307
HW 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636- 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
GTIC-0 ANSI redundancy ETIP 2215 2383 2551 2719 2887 3055 3223 3391
ANSI & 1408- 1424- 1440- 1456- 1472- 1488- 1504- 1520-
GTIC-1 ETSI ET16 1423 1439 1455 1471 1487 1503 1519 1535
2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
Transmissio 2803 2971 3139 3307
redundancy 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
GTIC-1 ANSI full capacity ETS2 2887 3055 3223 3391
Transmissio
redundancy
half 2720- 2804- 2888- 2972- 3056- 3140- 3224- 3308-
GTIC-1 ANSI capacity ETS2 2803 2887 2971 3055 3139 3223 3307 3391
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552- 2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
2131 2299 2467 2635 2803 2971 3139 3307
HW 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636- 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
GTIC-1 ANSI redundancy ETS2 2215 2383 2551 2719 2887 3055 3223 3391
2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
2803 2971 3139 3307
Transmissio 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
GTIC-1 ANSI redundancy ETIP 2887 3055 3223 3391
Transmissio
redundancy
half 2720- 2804- 2888- 2972- 3056- 3140- 3224- 3308-
GTIC-1 ANSI capacity ETIP 2803 2887 2971 3055 3139 3223 3307 3391
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552- 2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
2131 2299 2467 2635 2803 2971 3139 3307
HW 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636- 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
GTIC-1 ANSI redundancy ETIP 2215 2383 2551 2719 2887 3055 3223 3391
ANSI &
ETC-0 ETSI ET16 512-527 528-543 544-559 560-575
ANSI &
ETC-1 ETSI ET16 576-591 592-607 608-623 624-639
ANSI & 1344- 1360- 1376- 1392- 1600- 1616- 1632- 1648-
ETC-2 ETSI ET16 1359 1375 1391 1407 1615 1631 1647 1663
ANSI & 1664- 1680- 1696- 1712- 1728- 1744- 1760- 1776-
ETC-3 ETSI ET16 1679 1695 1711 1727 1743 1759 1775 1791
ANSI & 1920- 1936- 1952- 1968- 1984- 2000- 2016- 2032-
ETC-4 ETSI ET16 1935 1951 1967 1983 1999 2015 2031 2047
ANSI & 1280- 1296-
ETC-5 ETSI ET16 1295 1311 904-919 920-935 936-951 952-967 968-983 984-999

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upgraded Flexi BSC
PIU Track Track Track Track
Cartridge Type Usage type Track 1 2 Track 3 Track 4 5 6 Track 7 8
ETSI
ANSI & 904- 920- 936- 816- 1072- 1328- 1792- 1808-
GTIC-0 ETSI ET16 919 935 951 831 1087 1343 1807 1823
320- 1088- 1408-
Transmissio 64-126 382 1150 1470
redundancy 192- 448- 1216- 1472-
GTIC-0 ETSI full capacity ETS2 254 510 1278 1534
Transmissio
redundancy 192- 320- 448- 1088- 1216- 1408- 1472-
GTIC-0 ETSI half capacity ETS2 64-126 254 382 510 1150 1278 1470 1534
320- 1088- 1408- 1344- 1664- 1792- 1920-
64-126 382 1150 1470 1406 1726 1854 1982
192- 448- 1216- 1472- 1600- 1728- 1856- 1984-
GTIC-0 ETSI HW redundancy ETS2 254 510 1278 1534 1662 1790 1918 2046
320- 1088- 1408-
64-126 382 1150 1470
Transmissio 192- 448- 1216- 1472-
GTIC-0 ETSI redundancy ETIP 254 510 1278 1534

Transmissio
redundancy 192- 320- 448- 1088- 1216- 1408- 1472-
GTIC-0 ETSI half capacity ETIP 64-126 254 382 510 1150 1278 1470 1534
320- 1088- 1408- 1344- 1664- 1792- 1920-
64-126 382 1150 1470 1406 1726 1854 1982
192- 448- 1216- 1472- 1600- 1728- 1856- 1984-
GTIC-0 ETSI HW redundancy ETIP 254 510 1278 1534 1662 1790 1918 2046
ANSI & 1408- 1424- 1440- 1456- 1472- 1488- 1504- 1520-
GTIC-1 ETSI ET16 1423 1439 1455 1471 1487 1503 1519 1535
1344- 1664- 1792- 1920-
Transmissio 1406 1726 1854 1982
redundancy 1600- 1728- 1856- 1984-
GTIC-1 ETSI full capacity ETS2 1662 1790 1918 2046
Transmissio
redundancy 1344- 1600- 1664- 1728- 1792- 1856- 1920- 1984-
GTIC-1 ETSI half capacity ETS2 1406 1662 1726 1790 1854 1918 1982 2046
320- 1088- 1408- 1344- 1664- 1792- 1920-
64-126 382 1150 1470 1406 1726 1854 1982
192- 448- 1216- 1472- 1600- 1728- 1856- 1984-
GTIC-1 ETSI HW redundancy ETS2 254 510 1278 1534 1662 1790 1918 2046
1344- 1664- 1792- 1920-
1406 1726 1854 1982
Transmissio 1600- 1728- 1856- 1984-
GTIC-1 ETSI redundancy ETIP 1662 1790 1918 2046
Transmissio
redundancy 1344- 1600- 1664- 1728- 1792- 1856- 1920- 1984-
GTIC-1 ETSI half capacity ETIP 1406 1662 1726 1790 1854 1918 1982 2046
320- 1088- 1408- 1344- 1664- 1792- 1920-
64-126 382 1150 1470 1406 1726 1854 1982
192- 448- 1216- 1472- 1600- 1728- 1856- 1984-
GTIC-1 ETSI HW redundancy ETIP 254 510 1278 1534 1662 1790 1918 2046
ANSI & 512- 528- 544- 560-
ETC-0 ETSI ET16 527 543 559 575
ANSI & 576- 592- 608- 624-
ETC-1 ETSI ET16 591 607 623 639
ETC-2 ANSI & ET16 1344- 1360- 1376- 1392- 1600- 1616- 1632- 1648-

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ETSI 1359 1375 1391 1407 1615 1631 1647 1663


ANSI & 1664- 1680- 1696- 1712- 1728- 1744- 1760- 1776-
ETC-3 ETSI ET16 1679 1695 1711 1727 1743 1759 1775 1791
ANSI & 1920- 1936- 1952- 1968- 1984- 2000- 2016- 2032-
ETC-4 ETSI ET16 1935 1951 1967 1983 1999 2015 2031 2047
ANSI & 1792- 1808- 904- 920- 936- 816- 1072- 1328-
ETC-5 ETSI ET16 1807 1823 919 935 951 831 1087 1343

ANSI
GTIC- ANSI & 920- 1072- 1328- 1792- 1808-
0 ETSI ET16 904-919 935 936-951 816-831 1087 1343 1807 1823
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552-
Transmissio 2131 2299 2467 2635
GTIC- redundancy 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636-
0 ANSI full capacity ETS2 2215 2383 2551 2719
Transmissio
GTIC- redundancy 2048- 2132- 2216- 2300- 2384- 2468- 2552- 2636-
0 ANSI half capacity ETS2 2131 2215 2299 2383 2467 2551 2635 2719
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552- 2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
2131 2299 2467 2635 2803 2971 3139 3307
GTIC- 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636- 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
0 ANSI HW redundancy ETS2 2215 2383 2551 2719 2887 3055 3223 3391
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552-
2131 2299 2467 2635
GTIC- Transmissio 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636-
0 ANSI redundancy ETIP 2215 2383 2551 2719
Transmissio
GTIC- redundancy 2048- 2132- 2216- 2300- 2384- 2468- 2552- 2636-
0 ANSI half capacity ETIP 2131 2215 2299 2383 2467 2551 2635 2719
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552- 2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
2131 2299 2467 2635 2803 2971 3139 3307
GTIC- 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636- 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
0 ANSI HW redundancy ETIP 2215 2383 2551 2719 2887 3055 3223 3391
GTIC- ANSI & 1408- 1424- 1440- 1456- 1472- 1488- 1504- 1520-
1 ETSI ET16 1423 1439 1455 1471 1487 1503 1519 1535
2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
Transmissio 2803 2971 3139 3307
GTIC- redundancy 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
1 ANSI full capacity ETS2 2887 3055 3223 3391
Transmissio
GTIC- redundancy 2720- 2804- 2888- 2972- 3056- 3140- 3224- 3308-
1 ANSI half capacity ETS2 2803 2887 2971 3055 3139 3223 3307 3391
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552- 2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
2131 2299 2467 2635 2803 2971 3139 3307
GTIC- 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636- 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
1 ANSI HW redundancy ETS2 2215 2383 2551 2719 2887 3055 3223 3391
2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
2803 2971 3139 3307
GTIC- Transmissio 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
1 ANSI redundancy ETIP 2887 3055 3223 3391
Transmissio
GTIC- redundancy 2720- 2804- 2888- 2972- 3056- 3140- 3224- 3308-
1 ANSI half capacity ETIP 2803 2887 2971 3055 3139 3223 3307 3391
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552- 2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
2131 2299 2467 2635 2803 2971 3139 3307
GTIC- 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636- 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
1 ANSI HW redundancy ETIP 2215 2383 2551 2719 2887 3055 3223 3391
ANSI & 528-
ETC-0 ETSI ET16 512-527 543 544-559 560-575
ANSI & 592-
ETC-1 ETSI ET16 576-591 607 608-623 624-639

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ANSI & 1344- 1360- 1376- 1392-1600- 1616- 1632- 1648-


ETC-2 ETSI ET16 1359 1375 1391 1407 1615 1631 1647 1663
ANSI & 1664- 1680- 1696- 1712- 1728- 1744- 1760- 1776-
ETC-3 ETSI ET16 1679 1695 1711 1727 1743 1759 1775 1791
ANSI & 1920- 1936- 1952- 1968-1984- 2000- 2016- 2032-
ETC-4 ETSI ET16 1935 1951 1967 1983 1999 2015 2031 2047
ANSI & 1792- 1808- 936- 816- 1072- 1328-
ETC-5 ETSI ET16 1807 1823 904-919 920-935 951 831 1087 1343

12.8 Appendix8: GTIC & ETC PCM usage in case of


initial delivery Flexi BSC

PIU Track Track Track Track Track Track


Cartridge Type Usage type 10 11 Track 12 Track 13 14 15 16 17
ETSI
ANSI
& 1392- 1280- 1328- 1344- 1360- 1376-
GTIC-0 ETSI ET16 1407 1295 1296-1311 1312-1327 1343 1359 1375 1391
1536- 256-318
64-126 1598 1792-1854 1280-1342
Transmissio 1600- 320-382
GTIC-0 ETSI redundancy ETS2 192-254 1662 1856-1918 1344-1406
1536- 1920- 1024-
64-126 1598 1792-1854 1280-1342 1982 768-830 1086 512-574
HW 1600- 1984- 1088-
GTIC-0 ETSI redundancy ETS2 192-254 1662 1856-1918 1344-1406 2046 832-894 1150 576-638
1536- 256-318
64-126 1598 1792-1854 1280-1342
Transmissio 1600- 320-382
GTIC-0 ETSI redundancy ETIP 192-254 1662 1856-1918 1344-1406
1536- 1920- 1024-
64-126 1598 1792-1854 1280-1342 1982 768-830 1086 512-574
HW 1600- 1984- 1088-
GTIC-0 ETSI redundancy ETIP 192-254 1662 1856-1918 1344-1406 2046 832-894 1150 576-638
ANSI
& 1920- 1936- 1984- 2000- 2016- 2032-
GTIC-1 ETSI ET16 1935 1951 1952-1967 1968-1983 1999 2015 2031 2047
1920-
1982 768-830 1024-1086 512-574
Transmissio 1984-
GTIC-1 ETSI redundancy ETS2 2046 832-894 1088-1150 576-638
1536- 1920- 1024-
64-126 1598 1792-1854 1280-1342 1982 768-830 1086 512-574
HW 1600- 1984- 1088-
GTIC-1 ETSI redundancy ETS2 192-254 1662 1856-1918 1344-1406 2046 832-894 1150 576-638
1920-
1982 768-830 1024-1086 512-574
Transmissio 1984-
GTIC-1 ETSI redundancy ETIP 2046 832-894 1088-1150 576-638
1536- 1920- 1024-
64-126 1598 1792-1854 1280-1342 1982 768-830 1086 512-574
HW 1600- 1984- 1088-
GTIC-1 ETSI redundancy ETIP 192-254 1662 1856-1918 1344-1406 2046 832-894 1150 576-638

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Track Track Track Track Track Track


19 20 Track 21 Track 22 23 24 25 26
ANSI
&
ETC-0 ETSI ET16 368-383 256-271 272-287 288-303 304-319 320-335 336-351 352-367
25464…25547
25548…25631/
ANSI 256-318
& 320-382
ETSI ETS2
ANSI
& 1136- 1024- 1072- 1088- 1104- 1120-
ETC-2 ETSI ET16 1151 1039 1040-1055 1056-1071 1087 1103 1119 1135
25464…25547
25548…25631/
ANSI 256-318
& 320-382
ETSI ETS2

Track Track Track Track Track Track Track


28 29 Track 30 Track 31 32 33 34 35 36
ANSI
&
ETC-1 ETSI ET16 640-655 624-639 512-527 528-543 544-559 560-575 576-591 592-607 608-623
ANSI
&
ETC-2 ETSI ET16 896-911 880-895 768-783 784-799 800-815 816-831 832-847 848-863 864-879

ANSI
ANSI
GTIC- & 1392- 1280- 1296- 1312- 1328- 1344- 1360- 1376-
0 ETSI ET16 1407 1295 1311 1327 1343 1359 1375 1391
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552-
2131 2299 2467 2635
GTIC- Transmissio 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636-
0 ANSI redundancy ETS2 2215 2383 2551 2719
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552- 2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
2131 2299 2467 2635 2803 2971 3139 3307
GTIC- HW 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636- 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
0 ANSI redundancy ETS2 2215 2383 2551 2719 2887 3055 3223 3391
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552-
2131 2299 2467 2635
GTIC- Transmissio 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636-
0 ANSI redundancy ETIP 2215 2383 2551 2719
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552- 2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
2131 2299 2467 2635 2803 2971 3139 3307
GTIC- HW 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636- 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
0 ANSI redundancy ETIP 2215 2383 2551 2719 2887 3055 3223 3391
ANSI
GTIC- & 1920- 1936- 1952- 1968- 1984- 2000- 2016- 2032-
1 ETSI ET16 1935 1951 1967 1983 1999 2015 2031 2047
2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
2803 2971 3139 3307
GTIC- Transmissio 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
1 ANSI redundancy ETS2 2887 3055 3223 3391
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552- 2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
2131 2299 2467 2635 2803 2971 3139 3307
GTIC- HW 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636- 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
1 ANSI redundancy ETS2 2215 2383 2551 2719 2887 3055 3223 3391
GTIC- ANSI Transmissio ETIP 2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-

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2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
2887 3055 3223 3391
2048- 2216- 2384- 2552- 2720- 2888- 3056- 3224-
2131 2299 2467 2635 2803 2971 3139 3307
GTIC- HW 2132- 2300- 2468- 2636- 2804- 2972- 3140- 3308-
1 ANSI redundancy ETIP 2215 2383 2551 2719 2887 3055 3223 3391
Track Track Track Track Track Track Track Track
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
ANSI
ETC- &
0 ETSI ET16 368-383 256-271 272-287 288-303 304-319 320-335 336-351 352-367
ANSI
ETC- & 1136- 1024- 1040- 1056- 1072- 1088- 1104- 1120-
2 ETSI ET16 1151 1039 1055 1071 1087 1103 1119 1135

Track Track Track Track Track Track Track Track Track


28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
ANSI
ETC- &
1 ETSI ET16 640-655 624-639 512-527 528-543 544-559 560-575 576-591 592-607 608-623
ANSI
ETC- &
2 ETSI ET16 896-911 880-895 768-783 784-799 800-815 816-831 832-847 848-863 864-879

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BSC SW10C_A and CC4C_A cartridge’s locking
pegs

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
A A A A A A A A A
C X C X C X C X C X C X C X C X C
E E E E E E E E E
G
J X G
J X G
J X G
J X G
J X G
J X G
J
X G
J
X G
J
L L L L L L L L L
N X N X N X N X N X N X N X N X N 1
P P P P P P P P P
R
T
X R
T
X R
T
X R
T
X R
T
X R
T
X R
T
X R
T
X R
T
V V V V V V V V V
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z
B
D X B
D X B
D X B
D X B
D X B
D X B
D X B
D X B
D
F F F F F F F F F
H X H X H X H X H X H X H X H X H
K K K K K K K K K
2
M
O X M
O X M
O X M
O X M
O X M
O X M
O
X M
O
X M
O
Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
S X S X S X S X S X S X S X S X S
U U U U U U U U U
W
Y X W
Y X W
Y X W
Y X W
Y X W
Y X W
Y X W
Y
X W
Y
A A A A A A A A A
C X C X C X C X C X C X C X C X C
E E E E E E E E E
G
J X G
J X G
J X G
J X G
J X G
J X G
J X G
J
X G
J
L L L L L L L L L 3
N X N X N X N X N X N X N X N X N
P P P P P P P P P
R
T X R
T X R
T X R
T X R
T X R
T X R
T X R
T
X R
T
V V V V V V V V V
X X X X X X X X X X X
Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z
B
D
B
D
B
D
X B
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
X B
D
PP1 F F F F F F F F
H H H H H H H H
K K K K K K K K 4
M M M M M M M M
A O O O O O O O O
C Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
E S S S S S S S S
G U U U U U U U U
J W W W W W W W W
L Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
N
P
R
T
V
X

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