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This document describes the LTE Network CLI commands available in the SGSN- MME for LTE radio network access.

For each CLI command, this document provides information on the following:

  • Functionality

  • Syntax

  • Operands and parameters

  • Output

If applicable to the CLI command, the following information is also provided:

  • User authorization requirements

  • Examples

  • Required activation activities

Depending on the types of commands included in the document, a general procedure for how to check the consistency of a modified configuration, activate the configuration on the node, and checkpoint the configuration is described.

The CLI commands are applicable only within the gsh command context. For more information on how to access the gsh and how to operate theCLI, see Operation and Maintenance Description.

This document is intended for personnel planning, configuring and operating the SGSN- MME.

There are several methods for activation of configuration changes in the SGSN-MME. The changes can be activated immediately, require a restart, or the changes are implemented in a planned configuration area before being activated on the node. The planned configuration area is used to avoid affecting the active configuration before a consistency check has been performed.

The configuration changes initiated by the CLI commands in this document are implemented in the planned configuration area. To apply them on the node, follow the steps below:

  • 1. Check the consistency of the configurations, both pending and active, using the check_config CLI command. If the consistency check reports errors it is possible to either undo all pending changes in the planned area, using the undo_config_pending CLI command, or correct the indicated errors using applicable CLI commands. It is not possible to activate a pending configuration containing errors. However, if the consistency check reports warnings, it is possible to continue with the activation even though the warnings are not handled.

  • 2. Activate the pending configuration, using the activate_config_pending CLI command. When the activation is completed, that is, when the prompt has reappeared, the SGSN-MME is running on the new configuration. However, the new configuration data is not stored on disk until a checkpoint has been performed.

  • 3. Checkpoint the activated configuration to store the configuration data in the SGSN-MME, using the checkpoint CLI command. The result of this command is an SC that is immediately made the active SC.

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This CLI command enables the operator to delete eNodeBs that have been disconnected longer than a certain amount of hours (0-48). Use the show_mme_enodeb CLI command to view the eNodeBs and their connection status.

This CLI command is valid for LTE radio network access.

To run this CLI command, a user role with action set mme_action_active is required. For more information, see Operator Access Handling.

action_mme_delete_enodeb -eni ENodeBToDelete - hrs MinHoursSinceENodeBConnected

The following operands and parameters are included in the syntax of this CLI command:

Descriptions are found in Section 8.

This CLI command results in an output.

If this CLI command is accepted no output message appears. If this CLI command is rejected, an error message appears.

In this example all the eNodeBs that have been disconnected longer than 30 h will be deleted.

Input

action_mme_delete_enodeb -eni ALL -hrs 30

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The show_enodeb_supported_ta CLI command displays all TAs supported by the specified eNodeB.

This CLI command is valid for LTE radio network access.

To run this CLI command, a user role with action set mme_action_active is required. For more information, see Operator Access Handling.

show_enodeb_supported_ta -eni ENodeBGlobalId

The following operands and parameters are included in the syntax of this CLI command:

Descriptions are found in Section 8.

4.4

This CLI command results in an output. The details are described below.

eni

Returns the value of the ENodeBGlobalId parameter. This parameter specifies the globally unique identifier of an eNodeB.

mcc

Returns the value of the MobileCountryCode parameter. This parameter specifies the unique identity of the country in which the PLMN is located.

mnc

Returns the value of the MobileNetworkCode parameter. This parameter identifies a specific PLMN within a country. The MNC is a part of the LAI, RAI, TAI, and CGI.

All MNCs corresponding to a specific MCC must be set to either two or three digits, combinations are not recommended.

tac

Returns the value of the TrackingAreaCode parameter. This parameter specifies a tracking area in the LTE network. The globally unique Tracking Area Identifier consists of MCC, MNC and TAC.

4.5

This example displays all TAs supported by the specified eNodeB.

Input

show_enodeb_supported_ta -eni 1

Output

ps Class

Identifiers

 

|

-------------------------------------------------------------

A supported_ta

-eni

1

-mcc

678

-mnc

456

-tac

0

A supported_ta

-eni

1

-mcc

678

-mnc

456

-tac

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The show_mme_enodeb CLI command displays the eNodeBs that have been auto- configured in the MME. The following information is displayed for each eNodeB:

Id, name, current eNodeB-MME connection status, time stamp of the latest connection status change, equipment position of the SCTP front end PIU and SCTP association id.

The SCTP information is only displayed when the eNodeB is connected, and can be used as input to the show_sctp_assstat CLI command.

This CLI command is valid for LTE radio network access.

5.1

To run this CLI command, a user role with action set mme_action_active is required. For more information, see Operator Access Handling.

5.2

show_mme_enodeb

5.3

This CLI command results in an output. The details are described below.

aid

Returns the value of the ENodeBAssocId parameter. This parameter specifies the identity number of an eNodeB-MME association on SCTP level. This parameter is not configurable, but used to request status information from SCTP for an association.

date

Returns the value of the LastENodeBStatusUpdate parameter. This parameter displays the timestamp of the latest change of the ENodeBStatus parameter.

eni

Returns the value of the ENodeBGlobalId parameter. This parameter specifies the globally unique identifier of an eNodeB.

ens

Returns the value of the ENodeBStatus parameter. This parameter specifies the connection status of an eNodeB, from an MME point of view.

eqp

Returns the value of the EquipmentPosition parameter. This parameter specifies the equipment ID of the PIU and consists of two integer variables, Magazine and Slot.

name

Returns the value of the ENodeBName parameter. This parameter specifies the name of an eNodeB.

5.4

This example displays all eNodeBs that have been auto-configured in the MME.

Input

gsh show_mme_enodeb

Output

ps Class

Identifiers | name

ens

date

eqp

ai

d

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

---

A

enodeb

-eni

1

| eNodeB_1 connected

2010-05-11,06:58:04 2.5

6

A

enodeb

-eni

2

| eNodeB_2 connected

2010-05-11,06:58:06 2.5

7

A

enodeb

-eni

3

| eNodeB_3 connected

2010-05-11,06:58:09 2.5

8

A

enodeb

-eni

4

| eNodeB_4 disconnected

2010-05-11,06:57:18 0.0

NULL

A

enodeb

-eni

6

| eNodeB_6 disconnected

2010-05-11,06:57:18 0.0

NULL

The show_mme_ta CLI command displays all TAs supported by the eNodeBs that have been auto-configured in the MME.

This CLI command is valid for LTE radio network access.

To run this CLI command, a user role with action set mme_action_active is required. For more information, see Operator Access Handling.

show_mme_ta

This CLI command results in an output. The details are described below.

  • mcc Returns the value of the MobileCountryCode parameter. This parameter specifies the unique identity of the country in which the PLMN is located.

mnc

Returns the value of the MobileNetworkCode parameter. This parameter identifies a specific PLMN within a country. The MNC is a part of

the LAI, RAI, TAI, and CGI.

All MNCs corresponding to a specific MCC must be set to either two or three digits, combinations are not recommended.

tac

Returns the value of the TrackingAreaCode parameter. This parameter specifies a tracking area in the LTE network. The globally unique Tracking Area Identifier consists of MCC, MNC and TAC.

6.4

 

This example displays all TAs connected to the MME.

 

Input

 

show_mme_ta

 

Output

 

ps Class Identifiers

 

|

-------------------------------------------

A

ta

-mcc

123

-mnc

456

-tac

0

A

ta

-mcc

123

-mnc

456

-tac

2

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The show_ta_supporting_enodeb CLI command displays all eNodeBs supporting the specified TA.

This CLI command is valid for LTE radio network access.

7.1

 

To run this CLI command, a user role with action set mme_action_active is required. For more information, see Operator Access Handling.

7.2

 

show_ta_supporting_enodeb -mcc MobileCountryCode -mnc MobileNetworkCode - tac TrackingAreaCode

7.3

 

The following operands and parameters are included in the syntax of this CLI command:

Descriptions are found in Section 8.

7.4

This CLI command results in an output. The details are described below.

eni

Returns the value of the ENodeBGlobalId parameter. This parameter specifies the globally unique identifier of an eNodeB.

mcc

Returns the value of the MobileCountryCode parameter. This parameter specifies the unique identity of the country in which the PLMN is located.

mnc

Returns the value of the MobileNetworkCode parameter. This parameter identifies a specific PLMN within a country. The MNC is a part of the LAI, RAI, TAI, and CGI.

All MNCs corresponding to a specific MCC must be set to either two or three digits, combinations are not recommended.

tac

Returns the value of the TrackingAreaCode parameter. This parameter specifies a tracking area in the LTE network. The globally unique Tracking Area Identifier consists of MCC, MNC and TAC.

7.5

This example displays all eNodeBs supporting the specified TA.

Input

show_ta_supporting_enodeb -mcc 001 -mnc 002 -tac 0

Output

ps Class

Identifiers

 

|

------------------------------------------------------------------

A supporting_enodeb

-mcc

001

-mnc

002

-tac

0

-eni

1

A supporting_enodeb

-mcc

001

-mnc

002

-tac

0

-eni

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This section describes all operands and parameters included in the syntax of the LTE Network CLI commands. It also states in which of these commands that each operand and parameter is used.

Consult the respective commands syntax to determine if the operands and parameters are mandatory or optional to include.

8.1

The ENodeBGlobalId parameter specifies the globally unique identifier of an eNodeB.

Included in

Data type

Integer

Value range

0-268435455

Default value

No default value

Activation

Not applicable, read only

8.2

This parameter specifies which eNodeB(s) to be deleted. Either "ALL" or a specific eNodeB may be specified to be deleted.

Included in

Data type

String

Syntax

ENodeB to be removed: ALL or eid

Value range

No defined value range

Default value

No default value

Activation

Runtime.

8.3

This parameter specifies the minimum amount of time in hours that the eNodeB(s) specified by ENodeBToDelete must have been disconnected to be deleted.

Included in

Data type

Integer

Value range

0-48

Default value

No default value

Unit

h

Activation

Runtime.

8.4

The MobileCountryCode parameter specifies the unique identity of the country in which the PLMN is located.

Included in

Data type

String

Syntax

001-999

Value range

3-3 characters

Default value

No default value

Activation

Runtime. After activation of the planned area.

8.5

The MobileNetworkCode parameter identifies a specific PLMN within a country. The MNC is a part of the LAI, RAI, TAI, and CGI.

All MNCs corresponding to a specific MCC must be set to either two or three digits, combinations are not recommended.

 

Included in

Data type

Value range

String

Default value

Activation

Syntax

00-99, 000-999

2-3 characters

No default value

Runtime. After activation of the planned area.

8.6

The TrackingAreaCode parameter specifies a tracking area in the LTE network. The globally unique Tracking Area Identifier consists of MCC, MNC and TAC.

Included in

Data type

Integer

Value range

0-65535

Default value

No default value

Activation

Not applicable, read only

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