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Table of contents
This document has 58 pages.

Summary of Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

1 Activating and deactivating LTE42:Support of DRX in RRC connected


mode using BTS Site Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1.1 Activating LTE42:Support of DRX in RRC connected mode using BTS Site
Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1.2 Deactivating LTE42:Support of DRX in RRC connected mode using BTS
Site Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

2 Activating and deactivating LTE56: Inter RAT Handover to WCDMA using


BTS Site Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2.1 Activating LTE56: Inter RAT Handover to WCDMA using BTS Site Manag-
er . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2.2 Deactivating LTE56: Inter RAT Handover to WCDMA using BTS Site Man-
ager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

3 Activating and deactivating LTE68: Support of Cell Based Location Service


using BTS Site Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
3.1 Activating LTE68: Support of Cell Based Location Service using BTS Site
Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
3.2 Deactivating LTE68: Support of Cell Based Location Service using BTS
Site Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

4 Activating and deactivating LTE442: Network Assisted Cell Change to


GSM using BTS Site Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
4.1 Activating LTE442: Network Assisted Cell Change to GSM using BTS Site
Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
4.2 Deactivating LTE442: Network Assisted Cell Change to GSM using BTS
Site Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

5 Activating and deactivating LTE482: DNS Support for Certificate Examina-


tion using BTS Site Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
5.1 Activating LTE482: DNS Support for Certificate Examination using BTS
Site Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
5.2 Deactivating LTE482: DNS Support for Certificate Examination using BTS
Site Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

6 Activating and deactivating LTE490: Subscriber Profile Based Mobility us-


ing BTS Site Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
6.1 Activating LTE490: Subscriber Profile Based Mobility using BTS Site Man-
ager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
6.2 Deactivating LTE490: Subscriber Profile Based Mobility using BTS Site
Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

7 Activating and deactivating LTE518: Operator Specific QCI using BTS Site
Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
7.1 Activating LTE518: Operator Specific QCI using BTS Site Manager. . . 28
7.2 Deactivating LTE518: Operator Specific QCI using BTS Site Manager 29

8 Activating and deactivating LTE570: Periodic UE Measurements using


BTS Site Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

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8.2 Deactivating LTE570: Periodic UE Measurements using BTS Site Manager
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9 Activating and deactivating LTE572: IMS Emergency Sessions using BTS


Site Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
9.1 Activating LTE572: IMS Emergency Sessions using BTS Site Manager 34
9.2 Deactivating LTE572: IMS Emergency Sessions using BTS Site Manager
35

10 Activating and deactivating LTE574: IP Transport Network Measurements


using BTS Site Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
10.1 Activating LTE574: IP Transport Network Measurements using BTS Site
Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
10.2 Deactivating LTE574: IP Transport Network Measurements using BTS Site
Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

11 Activating and deactivating LTE616: Usage based PDCCH adaptation us-


ing BTS Site Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
11.1 Activating LTE616: Usage based PDCCH adaptation using BTS Site Man-
ager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
11.2 Deactivating LTE616: Usage based PDCCH adaptation using BTS Site
Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

12 Activating and deactivating LTE619: Interference aware UL scheduling us-


ing BTS Site Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
12.1 Activating LTE619: Interference aware UL scheduling using BTS Site Man-
ager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
12.2 Deactivating LTE619: Interference aware UL scheduling using BTS Site
Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

13 Activating and deactivating LTE807: Idle Mode Mobility from LTE to CD-
MA/1xRTT using BTS Site Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
13.1 Activating LTE807: Idle Mode Mobility from LTE to CDMA/1xRTT using
BTS Site Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
13.2 Deactivating LTE807: Idle Mode Mobility from LTE to CDMA/1xRTT using
BTS Site Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

14 Activating and deactivating LTE829: Increased Uplink MCS Range using


BTS Site Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
14.1 Activating LTE829: Increased Uplink MCS Range using BTS Site Manager
51
14.2 Deactivating LTE829: Increased Uplink MCS Range using BTS Site Man-
ager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

15 Activating and deactivating LTE866: Fast IP Rerouting using BTS Site


Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
15.1 Activating LTE866: Fast IP Rerouting using BTS Site Manager. . . . . . . 54
15.2 Deactivating LTE866: Fast IP Rerouting using BTS Site Manager. . . . . 56

16 Activating the LTE977: RF Chaining . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

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Summary of Changes
Changes between 01 (2011-06-27, RL30) and 01A (2011-09-26, RL30)
• Note that the Activating and deactivating LTE56: Inter RAT Handover to WCDMA
using BTS Site Manager feature activation instruction has not been fully tested.
In the following feature activation instruction activating and deactivating steps have
been updated:
• Activating and deactivating LTE42:Support of DRX in RRC connected mode using
BTS Site Manager
• Activating and deactivating LTE68: Support of Cell Based Location Service using
BTS Site Manager
• Activating and deactivating LTE442: Network Assisted Cell Change to GSM using
BTS Site Manager
• Activating and deactivating LTE490: Subscriber Profile Based Mobility using BTS
Site Manager
• Activating and deactivating LTE518: Operator Specific QCI
• Activating and deactivating LTE570: Periodic UE Measurements using BTS Site
Manager
• Activating and deactivating LTE572: IMS Emergency Sessions using BTS Site
Manager
• Activating and deactivating LTE616: Usage based PDCCH adaptation using BTS
Site Manager
• Activating and deactivating LTE619: Interference aware UL scheduling using BTS
Site Manager
• Activating and deactivating LTE866: Fast IP Rerouting using BTS Site Manager:
Editorial changes have been made.
The following feature activation instruction have been updated:
• Activating and deactivating LTE56: Inter RAT Handover to WCDMA using BTS Site
Manager
• Activating and deactivating LTE866: Fast IP Rerouting using BTS Site Manager:
Editorial changes have been made.

Issue 01 (2011-06-27)
Note that the content of this document has not been fully tested.

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1 Activating and deactivating LTE42:Support


of DRX in RRC connected mode using BTS
Site Manager
Follow this procedures to activate and deactivate the LTE42:Support of DRX in RRC
connected mode feature

1.1 Activating LTE42:Support of DRX in RRC connected mode


using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE42:Support of DRX in RRC connected
mode feature are found on page Radio network configuration. Perform the following
configuration settings to activate this feature:
• Click on LNBTS object and then on LNCEL object, from the navigation tree located
in left upper corner.
• In the LNCEL Properties set the parameter Activate DRX (actDrx) from drop-
down list to true.

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4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download. The DRX is (re)configured when one of the triggers listed in the
LTE42:Support of DRX in RRC connected mode feature description occurs.

b Note that the eNB may now perform a restart.

1.2 Deactivating LTE42:Support of DRX in RRC connected


mode using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

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3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE42:Support of DRX in RRC connected
mode feature are found on page Radio network configuration. Perform the following
configuration settings to activate this feature:
• Click on LNBTS object and then on LNCEL object, from the navigation tree located
in left upper corner.
• In the LNCEL Properties set the parameter Activate DRX (actDrx) from drop-
down list to false.

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download. The DRX is (re)configured when one of the triggers listed in the
LTE42:Support of DRX in RRC connected mode feature description occurs.

b Note that the eNB may now perform a restart.

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2 Activating and deactivating LTE56: Inter RAT


Handover to WCDMA using BTS Site
Manager

Follow this procedures to activate and deactivate the LTE56: Inter RAT Handover to
WCDMA feature.

2.1 Activating LTE56: Inter RAT Handover to WCDMA using


BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE56: Inter RAT Handover to WCDMA
feature are found on the Radio Network configuration page. Perform the following
configuration settings to activate this feature:
• LNBTS Properties, parameter actHOtoWcdma (Activate Handover from LTE to
WCDMA); choose true
Set the related parameter on the Radio Network configuration (LNCEL chapter) page:
• a2TimeToTriggerActWcdmaMeas (Time to trigger for A2 to activate WCDMA mea-
surements) choose0 (0ms) ... 15 (5120ms)
• threshold2a (Threshold th2a for RSCP) choose 0 ... 97

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• a1TimeToTriggerDeactInterMeas (Time to trigger for A1 to deactivate inter mea-


surement) choose 0 (0ms) ... 15 (5120ms)
• filterCoefficientCpichEcn0 (Filterin coefficient used for cpich ecN0) choose 0 (fc0) ...
14 (fc19)
• filterCoefficientCpichRscp (Filterin coefficient used for cpich Rscp) choose 0 (fc0) ...
14 (fc19)
• threshold2Wcdma (Threshold th2 WCDMA for RSCP) choose 0 ... 97
• measQuantityUtra (measurement quality used for UTRA FDD measurements)
choose 0 (cpichRSCP) or 1 (cpichEcN0)

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now restart.

2.2 Deactivating LTE56: Inter RAT Handover to WCDMA using


BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

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2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing the full eNB configuration information.
The concerned cell must be locked before.
The configuration elements related to the LTE56: Inter RAT Handover to WCDMA
feature are found on the Radio Network configuration page. Perform the following
configuration settings to deactivate this feature:
• LNBTS Properties, parameter actHOtoWcdma (Activate Handover from LTE to
WCDMA); choose false
Set the related parameter on the Radio Network configuration (LNCEL chapter) page:
• a2TimeToTriggerActWcdmaMeas (Time to trigger for A2 to activate WCDMA mea-
surements) choose 16 (not used)
• threshold2a (Threshold th2a for RSCP) choose 98 (not used)
• a1TimeToTriggerDeactInterMeas (Time to trigger for A1 to deactivate inter mea-
surement) choose 16 (not used)
• filterCoefficientCpichEcn0 (Filterin coefficient used for cpich ecN0) choose 15 (not
used)
• filterCoefficientCpichRscp (Filterin coefficient used for cpich Rscp) choose 15 (not
used)
• threshold2Wcdma (Threshold th2 WCDMA for RSCP) choose 98 (not used)
• measQuantityUtra (measurement quality used for UTRA FDD measurements)
choose 2 (not used)

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

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c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now restart.

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3 Activating and deactivating LTE68: Support


of Cell Based Location Service using BTS
Site Manager

Follow this procedures to activate and deactivate the LTE68: Support of Cell Based
Location Service feature.

3.1 Activating LTE68: Support of Cell Based Location Service


using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE68: Support of Cell Based Location
Service feature are found on Radio Network Configuration page. Perform the follow-
ing configuration settings to activate this feature:
• LNBTS Properties, parameter “Acivation location reporting” (actLocRep) ; choose
True

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

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b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now restart.

3.2 Deactivating LTE68: Support of Cell Based Location


Service using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing the full eNB configuration information.

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The configuration elements related to the LTE68: Support of Cell Based Location
Service feature are found on Radio Network Configuration page. Perform the following
configuration settings to deactivate this feature:
• LNBTS Properties, parameter “Acivation location reporting” (actLocRep) ; choose
False

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now restart.

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4 Activating and deactivating LTE442: Network


Assisted Cell Change to GSM using BTS Site
Manager

Follow this procedures to activate and deactivate the LTE442: Network Assisted Cell
Change to GSM feature.

4.1 Activating LTE442: Network Assisted Cell Change to GSM


using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE442: Network Assisted Cell Change to
GSM feature are found on the Radio Network configuration page. Perform the follow-
ing configuration settings to activate this feature:
• LNBTS Properties, parameter “Activate eNACC to GSM” (acteNACtoGSM), choose
true
Set the related parameter on the Radio Network configuration page:
• a2TimeToTriggerActGERANMeas choose 0 (0 ms) ... 15 (5120 ms)
• threshold2GERAN choose 0 ...97dB
• threshold2a choose 0 ... 97dB

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• threshold3 choose 0 ... 97 dB


• filterCoefficientRSSI choose choose0 (fc0) ... 14 (fc19)
LNADJG parameters
• arfcnValueGeran choose 0...1023
• bandIndicatorGeran choose 0 (dcs1800) or 1 (pcs1900)
• basestationColourCode choose 0...7
• gTargetCi choose 0...65535
• gTargetLac choose 0...65535
• lnAdjGId choose choose 0...31
• mcc (MCC GERAN) choose 0...999
• mnc (MNC GERAN) choose 0...999
• mncLength (MNC length GERAN) choose 2...3
• networkColourCode choose 0...7
• networkControlOrder choose 0 (NC0), 1 (NC1), 2 (NC2) or 3 (reset)
• systemInfoListGeran choose a string between 4...48 characters
• systemInfoType choose 0 (none), 1 (si) or 2 (psi)
LNHOG parameters
• arfcnValueListGERAN choose 0...1023
• b2Threshold1GERAN choose 0...97 dBm
• b2Threshold2RssiGERAN choose 0...63 dBm
• b2TimeToTriggerGERANMeas choose 0 (0ms) ... 15 (5120ms)
• bandIndicatorGERAN choose 0 (dcs1800) or 1 (pcs1900)
• hysB2ThresholdGERAN choose 0...15 dB
• lnHoGId choose 0...5
• nccperm (NCC permitted bit map) choose Bit 0: NCC 0 , Bit 1: NCC 1 , Bit 2: NCC
2 , Bit 3: NCC 3 , Bit 4: NCC 4 , Bit 5: NCC 5 , Bit 6: NCC 6 , Bit 7: NCC 7
• reportIntervalGERAN choose 0 (120ms) ... 12(60min)
Set the related parameters on the Radio Network configuration page, List of pointer
to LNADJG instance-1:
• cellBlacklisted choose 0 (blacklisted) or 1 (not blacklisted)
• eNACC choose 0 (suported) or 1 (not supported)
• lnAdjGId choose 0...31

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

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5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now restart.

4.2 Deactivating LTE442: Network Assisted Cell Change to


GSM using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing the full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE442: Network Assisted Cell Change to
GSM feature are found on the Radio Network configuration page. Perform the follow-
ing configuration settings to deactivate this feature:
• LNBTS Properties, parameter “Activate eNACC to GSM” (acteNACtoGSM), choose
false
Set the related parameter on the Radio Network configuration page:
• a2TimeToTriggerActGERANMeas choose 0 (0 ms) ... 15 (5120 ms)
• threshold2GERAN choose 0 ...97dB

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• threshold2a choose 0 ... 97dB


• threshold3 choose 0 ... 97 dB
• filterCoefficientRSSI choose 0 (fc0) ... 14 (fc19)

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now restart.

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5 Activating and deactivating LTE482: DNS


Support for Certificate Examination using
BTS Site Manager
Activating/deactivating the LTE482: DNS Support for Certificate Examination feature
requires changes in configuration for all eNBs in the customer network. This can be
done with the configuration-plan download from NetAct to all eNBs or for each eNB sep-
arately using BTS Site Manager. The NetAct activation is recommended for activating
the feature in a large number of eNBs.
This document describes the procedure of activating and deactivating the LTE482: DNS
Support for Certificate Examination feature using BTS Site Manager. For detailed
instruction on activating the feature using NetAct, see NetAct documentation.

5.1 Activating LTE482: DNS Support for Certificate Examina-


tion using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved Node B must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally or from a remote location.
Certification authority (CA) server must already be commissioned to provide the fully
qualified domain name (FQDN) of the certificate repository server in the operator cer-
tificates and/or operator CA certificate.
The DNS server must already be commissioned and the DNS database must contain
the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the certificate repository and the correspond-
ing IP address.

g This document describes the activation of the feature in the eNB. As the DNS server is
a 3rd party network entity, refer to the device manual for detailed configuration instruc-
tions.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default.
Both: BTS and TRS checkboxes should be selected to configure LTE482: DNS
Support for Certificate Examination feature.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

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3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE482: DNS Support for Certificate Exam-
ination feature are found on Site properties page. Perform the following configuration
settings to activate this feature:
• Insert the IP address of the primary DNS server.
• Optionally, insert also the IP address of the secondary DNS server.

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.


After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is automatically
activated.

Expected outcome
The eNB is now configured to use the DNS service to retrieve the IP address of the cer-
tificate repository using the FQDN.

Further information
After activating the LTE482: DNS Support for Certificate Examination feature in all eNBs
in the network and configuring DNS server, the configuration in all operator certificates
and/or operator CA certificate should be changed. This causes a need to create and sign
new operator certificates for all network elements. However, the update of the operator
certificates is not required as long as the IP address in the operator certificates remains
valid. The DNS service will be used only if the certificate has the FQDN of the certificate
repository.
For more information on operator certificate update, see Operator certificate update pro-
cedure in Operating tasks related to RAN O&M Security, LTE RAN O&M Security.

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5.2 Deactivating LTE482: DNS Support for Certificate Exami-


nation using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved Node B must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally or from a remote location.
Certification authority (CA) server must already be commissioned to provide the IP
address of the certificate repository server in the operator certificates and/or operator
CA certificate.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default.
Both: BTS and TRS checkboxes should be selected to configure LTE482: DNS
Support for Certificate Examination feature.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing the full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE482: DNS Support for Certificate Exam-
ination feature are found on Site properties page. Perform the following configuration
settings to deactivate this feature:
• Delete the IP address of the primary and secondary (if configured) DNS servers.

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

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c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.


After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is automatically
activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file down-
load.

Further information
After deactivating the LTE482: DNS Support for Certificate Examination feature in all
eNBs in the network, the configuration in all operator certificates and operator CA cer-
tificate needs to be changed. This causes a need to create and sign new operator CA
certificate and new operator certificates for all the network elements.

g When disabling the feature, all the certificates containing FQDN of the certificate revo-
cation server (instead of the IP address) must be updated in all network elements.

For more information on operator certificates update, see Operator certificate update
procedure in Operating tasks related to RAN O&M Security, LTE RAN O&M Security.

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6 Activating and deactivating LTE490: Sub-


scriber Profile Based Mobility using BTS Site
Manager

Follow this procedures to activate and deactivate the LTE490: Subscriber Profile Based
Mobility feature.

6.1 Activating LTE490: Subscriber Profile Based Mobility


using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE490: Subscriber Profile Based Mobility
feature are found on the Radio Network configuration page. Perform the following
configuration settings to activate this feature:
• LNBTS Properties, parameter “Activate selective Mobility Profiles (actSelMobPrf)”,
choose true
Set the related parameter on the Radio Network configuration page - LNBTS Prop-
erties for the created MODPR instance ( to create a new MODPR choose LNBTS on
the left window, click right mouse button, and choose New MODPR):
• Mobility default profile identifier (moDPrID), choose 0

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g actSelMobPrf can be set to 'true' only if a default profile MODPR exists or is created in
parallel with the feature activation.

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now restart.

6.2 Deactivating LTE490: Subscriber Profile Based Mobility


using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

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3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing the full eNB configuration information.
• LNBTS Properties, parameter “Activate selective Mobility Profiles (actSelMobPrf)”,
choose false

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now restart.

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QCI using BTS Site Manager

7 Activating and deactivating LTE518:


Operator Specific QCI using BTS Site
Manager
Follow this procedures to activate and deactivate the LTE518: Operator Specific QCI
feature.

7.1 Activating LTE518: Operator Specific QCI using BTS Site


Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the “LTE518: Operator specific QCI” feature
are found on the Radio Network Configuration page. Perform the following configu-
ration settings to activate this feature:
• LNBTS Properties, parameter “Activate support of operator specific QCI” (actOper-
atorQCI) ; choose true

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

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b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now restart.

7.2 Deactivating LTE518: Operator Specific QCI using BTS


Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing the full eNB configuration information.

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QCI using BTS Site Manager

The configuration elements related to the LTE518: Operator specific QCI feature are
found on the Radio Network Configuration page. Perform the following configuration
settings to deactivate this feature:
• LNBTS Properties, parameter “Activate support of operator specific QCI” (actOper-
atorQCI); choose false

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now restart.

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surements using BTS Site Manager

8 Activating and deactivating LTE570: Periodic


UE Measurements using BTS Site Manager
Follow this procedure to activate and deactivate the LTE570: Periodic UE Measure-
ments feature.

8.1 Activating LTE570: Periodic UE Measurements using BTS


Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE570: Periodic UE Measurements feature
are found on page Radio network configuration. Perform the following configuration
settings to activate this feature:
1. Set the value of the LNBTS parameter Activate periodic intra-Frequency
UE measurements to TRUE.
This parameter activates the feature in the eNB.
2. Under object LNCEL, select the sub-object Periodic UE measurements, and set
the value of field Activate measurement at TRUE.
3. Under Periodic UE measurements, define the cell-specific configuration:
• Parameter Activate measurement activates the periodic measurement
type.
• Parameter Measurement type specifies the type of the measurement period-
ically generated by the UE.

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• Parameter Report amount defines the number of periodic


REPORTSTRONGESTCELLS measurement reports configured in the UE.
• Parameter Report interval defines the time interval between two consecu-
tive REPORTSTRONGESTCELLS measurement reports configured in the UE.

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose Only changes (may require reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now perform a restart.

8.2 Deactivating LTE570: Periodic UE Measurements using


BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

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3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing the full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE570: Periodic UE Measurements feature
are found on page Radio network configuration. Perform the following configuration
settings to deactivate this feature:
1. Under object LNCEL, select the sub-object Periodic UE measurements, and set
the value of field Activate measurement to FALSE.
This parameter deactivates periodic UE measurements on cell level.
2. Set the value of the LNBTS parameter Activate periodic intra-Frequency
UE measurements to FALSE.
This parameter deactivates the feature in the eNB.

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose Only changes (may require reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now perform a restart.

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9 Activating and deactivating LTE572: IMS


Emergency Sessions using BTS Site
Manager

Follow this procedures to activate and deactivate the LTE572: IMS Emergency session
feature.

9.1 Activating LTE572: IMS Emergency Sessions using BTS


Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE572: IMS Emergency Sessions feature
are found on Radio Network Configuration page. Perform the following configuration
settings to activate this feature:
• LNBTS Properties, parameter “Activate support of conversational voice bearer” (act-
ConvVoice) must be set to True
• LNBTS Properties, parameter “Activate support of IMS emergency sessions for
release” (actIMSEmerSessR9); choose True

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4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is required because one or more of the changed
parameters is offline-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now restart.

9.2 Deactivating LTE572: IMS Emergency Sessions using BTS


Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

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3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing the full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE572: IMS Emergency Sessions feature
are found on Radio Network Configuration page. Perform the following configuration
settings to deactivate this feature:
• LNBTS Properties, parameter “Activate support of IMS emergency sessions for
release” (ActIMSEmerSessR9) ; choose False

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is required because one or more of the changed
parameters is offline-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now restart.

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10 Activating and deactivating LTE574: IP


Transport Network Measurements using BTS
Site Manager
Follow this procedures to activate and deactivate the LTE574: IP Transport Network
Measurements feature.

10.1 Activating LTE574: IP Transport Network Measurements


using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
Restart of an eNB is not required after activation of this feature.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current configura-
tion plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• Select the BTS Site checkbox in Target session.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use Template, Manual or Reconfiguration option
depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top right
corner of the BTSSM screen there is a location bar which tells you which stage of the
Commissioning process you are. It is recommended to walk through the pages that
contain the full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE574 feature are found on page “RTT Mea-
surements”. Perform the following configuration setting to activate and configure this
feature:
• Select the checkbox RTT Measurements in use to activate the IP transport network
measurements function in the eNB.
• This feature allows the eNB to take part in measurements in three different roles:
– UDP echo server -to support measurement senders without TWAMP capability,
the eNB provides an UDP Echo service according to RFC862. The eNB only
reflects the received test traffic without adding any further information towards
the entity which carries out the measurement. The echoed packets have the
same DSCP value and the Do Not Fragment flag (DF) is copied as well.
• In order to enable the eNB acting as a UDP echo server, select the Reflector
element from the navigation tree located in the upper left corner.

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• Specify the IP address of either the physical or the virtual interface, which is
to be measured. This address must be identical with one of the configured
eNB application or interface IP addresses. Thus, select one of the config-
ured IP addresses from the drop-down list located under the Reflector and
UDPecho activation per IP address section.
• Select the checkbox in the UDP echo server in use column (in the chosen
interface IP address corresponding row).

g The total traffic which is reflected by the eNB UDP Echo server is restricted by
a rate limiter to 100 packets per second. The purpose of the rate limiter is to
avoid Denial of Service attacks.

– TWAMP reflector - the eNB reflects the received test traffic after adding receive
and transmit timestamps towards the entity which carries out the measurement.
• In order to enable the eNB acting as a TWAMP reflector, select the Reflector
element from the navigation tree located in the left upper corner.
• Specify the port that is assigned to the TWAMP reflector by setting the
Reflector port value. The sender of any measurement request packet shall
use that port to reach the TWAMP reflector.
• Specify the IP address of either the physical or the virtual interface, which is
to be measured. This address must be identical with one of the configured
eNB application or interface IP addresses. Thus, select one of the config-
ured IP addresses from the drop-down list located under the Reflector and
UDPecho activation per IP address section.
• Select the checkbox in the TWAMP reflector in use column (in the chosen
interface IP address corresponding row).

g The total traffic which is reflected by the TWAMP responder applications is


restricted by a rate limiter to 100 packets per second. The purpose of the rate
limiter is to avoid Denial of Service attacks.

– TWAMP sender - the eNB actively sends and receives test traffic. The Round-
trip time (RTT) and Round-trip Packet Loss Ratio (PLR) values are measured by
TWAMP sender.
• In order to enable the eNB acting as a TWAMP sender , select the Sessions
element from the navigation tree located in the left upper corner and specify
the Message rate for TWAMP sessions. This parameter specifies the overall
rate at which the eNB sends TWAMP messages. The messages are evenly
spread over the enabled TWAMP sessions at any given time.
• Click the New Session button located below the navigation tree.

g It is possible to configure up to ten TWAMP sender sessions per eNB.

• Specify the Source IP address and the Destination IP address in order to


define the two TWAMP session endpoints
• Set the Destination port for TWAMP messages.
• It is possible to carry out the measurements with different DiffServ Code
points and message sizes. Configure the DSCP and Message size values.

g Measurements between the same two points in the transport backhaul


network can be performed with different Message sizes and/or DSCPs. This

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can be done by creating two or more TWAMP sessions with identical


TWAMP session endpoints but different Message size and/or DSCP values.

• Set the 15 min packet loss ratio fault treshold. The Packet Loss Ratio (PLR)
statistics are presented for each 15 minutes measurement time interval. The
BTS fault is raised (61611 TWAMP PLR Threshold Crossed), if within the
current measurement 15- minute time interval the PLR exceeds the thresh-
old value. The fault is cleared if the packet loss ratio drops below the thresh-
old value for two consecutive 15-minute observation periods.
• Set the 1 min round trip time fault threshold. The BTS fault is raised (61610
TWAMP RTT Threshold Crossed), if within a 1-min period the measured
value of the Round Trip Time (RTT) continuously exceeds the configured
threshold. The fault is cleared, if the average value of the RTT remains
below the threshold value during 5 consecutive 1-min periods.
• In order to activate the configured TWAMP sender session select the In use
checkbox.

g This checkbox locks or unlocks the TWAMP sender session. Locking a


session stops it. Unlocking a session starts or re-starts it. Starting or re-
starting a session clears all statistics and faults for the particular session.
Stopping a session clears TWAMP faults but not TWAMP statistics.

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


Restart of an eNB is not required after activation of this feature.

a Go to the Send parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only
changed parameters or whole set of the parameters.

c Click Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file down-
load.

10.2 Deactivating LTE574: IP Transport Network Measure-


ments using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
Restart of an eNB is not required after deactivation of this feature.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

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2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current configura-
tion plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• Select the BTS Site checkbox in Target session.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use Template, Manual or Reconfiguration option
depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top right
corner of the BTSSM screen there is a location bar which tells you at which stage of the
Commissioning process you are. It is recommended to walk through the pages that
contain the full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE574 feature are found on page “RTT Mea-
surements”. Perform the following configuration setting to deactivate this feature:
• Deselect the checkbox RTT Measurements in use to deactivate this feature in the
eNB.
Perform the following configuration actions to deactivate or delete a TWAMP session:
• To deactivate or delete a TWAMP session select it from the navigation tree in the
upper-left corner.
• To deactivate the selected session deselect the In use checkbox on the right side of
the navigation tree.
• To delete the selected session click the Delete Session button located under the
navigation tree.

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


Restart of an eNB is not required after deactivation of this feature.

a Go to the Send parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only
changed parameters or whole set of the parameters.

c Click Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically deactivated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically deactivated.
BTSSM automatically sends a deactivation command after finishing the file down-
load.

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11 Activating and deactivating LTE616: Usage


based PDCCH adaptation using BTS Site
Manager
Follow this procedures to activate and deactivate the LTE616: Usage based PDCCH
adaptation feature.

11.1 Activating LTE616: Usage based PDCCH adaptation using


BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE616: Usage based PDCCH adaptation
feature are found on page Radio network configuration. Perform the following config-
uration settings to activate this feature:
• Click on LNBTS object and then on LNCEL object, from the navigation tree located
in left upper corner.
• In the LNCEL Properties set the parameter Activate load adaptive PDCCH
(actLdPdcch) from drop-down list to true.

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4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now perform a restart.

11.2 Deactivating LTE616: Usage based PDCCH adaptation


using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

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3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE616: Usage based PDCCH adaptation
feature are found on page Radio network configuration. Perform the following config-
uration settings to activate this feature:
• Click on LNBTS object and then on LNCEL object, from the navigation tree located
in left upper corner.
• In the LNCEL Properties set the parameter Activate load adaptive PDCCH
(actLdPdcch) from drop-down list to false.

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now perform a restart.

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12 Activating and deactivating LTE619: Interfer-


ence aware UL scheduling using BTS Site
Manager
Follow this procedures to activate and deactivate the LTE619: Interference aware UL
scheduling feature.

12.1 Activating LTE619: Interference aware UL scheduling


using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.
Interference aware UL scheduling activation procedure requires object locking.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE619: Interference aware UL scheduling
feature are found on page Radio network configuration. Perform the following config-
uration settings to activate this feature:
• Click on LNBTS object and then on LNCEL object, from the navigation tree located
in left upper corner.
• In the LNCEL Properties set the parameter Scheduling method of the UL
scheduler (ulsSchedMethod) from drop-down list to interference aware.

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4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now perform a restart.

12.2 Deactivating LTE619: Interference aware UL scheduling


using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.
Interference aware UL scheduling deactivation procedure requires object locking.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

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3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE619: Interference aware UL scheduling
feature are found on page Radio network configuration. Perform the following config-
uration settings to activate this feature:
• Click on LNBTS object and then on LNCEL object, from the navigation tree located
in left upper corner.
• In the LNCEL Properties set the parameter Scheduling method of the UL
scheduler (ulsSchedMethod) from drop-down list to channel unaware.

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now perform a restart.

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13 Activating and deactivating LTE807: Idle


Mode Mobility from LTE to CDMA/1xRTT
using BTS Site Manager
Follow this procedure to activate and deactivate the LTE807: Idle Mode Mobility from
LTE to CDMA/1xRTT feature.

13.1 Activating LTE807: Idle Mode Mobility from LTE to


CDMA/1xRTT using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned and the license required for the
feature acquired.The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM) can be connected to the eNB either
locally, or from a remote location.
This procedure does not cause downtime.

g SIB8 message reception is not supported in all equipment manufacturers’ UEs.


In addition, if you need to configure many 1xRTT neighbor cells, you need to make sure
that the following constraints are satisfied:
• Max number of different hrpdBdClNcl per hrpdNCList = 16.
• Max number of different hrpdArfcn per hrpdBdClNcl = 16.
• Max number of different hrpdCellId per hrpdArfcn = 32.
• Max number of different hrpdCellId with (hrpdExSel = R8ListPartOnly) per hrpdArfcn
= 16.
• If (LNCEL-dlChBw = 5MHz ) and (LNCEL-maxCrSibDl lower than 15 %) then (sum
(actual Multiplicity of CDFIM-hrpdNCList + actual Multiplicity of CDFIM-rttNCList) of
all CDFIM = lower or equal 30).
• If (LNCEL-dlChBw = 5MHz ) and (LNCEL-maxCrSibDl greater or equal 15% and
lower than 23%) then (sum (actual Multiplicity of CDFIM-hrpdNCList + actual Multi-
plicity of CDFIM-rttNCList) of all CDFIM = lower or equal 35).

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

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3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE807: Idle Mode Mobility from LTE to
CDMA/1xRTT feature are found on page Radio network configuration. Perform the
following configuration settings to activate this feature:
1. Set the value of the LNBTS parameter Activation idle mode mobility
CDMA/1xRTT to TRUE.
2. Set SIB8 type in one of the following parameters:
SI4 Mapping Info
SI5 Mapping Info
SI6 Mapping Info
SI7 Mapping Info
SI8 Mapping Info

g These parameters have to be defined in the running order, so that if, for example,
SI5 Mapping Info is the last one used, SIB8 must be set in SI6 Mapping Info.
Each SIB type is set only once.

3. Set the LNCEL parameters si<x>Periodicity and si<x>Repetition of the


chosen si<x>MappingInfo to the appropriate values.
These parameters define how often the broadcast is repeated.
4. Create the CDFIM parameters used for cell reselection.

g Apart from the naming attribute cdfimId, the CDFIM parameters are optional. If
none of the other parameters were defined, however, the SIB8 information broad-
casted would be empty. Consequently, at least the frequency band list and neighbor
cell list have to be defined.

Right-mouse click on object LNCEL to create a CDFIM object per an LNCEL object
with the following parameters:
• CDMA Search Window Size
• CDMA2000 1xRTT Cell Reselection Timer defines the cell reselection
timer. If this parameter is defined, at least one band class and neighbor cell list
must be defined:
CDMA2000 1xRTT Band Class List
• CDMA2000 1XRTT Band Class
• CDMA2000 1XRTT Cell Reselection Priority
• CDMA2000 1XRTT Reselection High Threshold
• CDMA2000 1XRTT Reselection Low Threshold
CDMA2000 1xRTT Neighbor Cell List
• CDMA2000 1XRTT Frequency
• CDMA2000 1XRTT Band Class
• CDMA2000 1XRTT Physical Cell Identity

5. Then right-mouse click on object CDFIM to define the following:

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• CDMA2000 1xRTT Band Class List


• CDMA2000 1xRTT Neighbor Cell List
• Speed Dep Scaling Factors Treselection 1xRTT
• CDMA2000 1xRTT NCL Extension Selector

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

Expected outcome
The feature is activated, and SIB8 parameters are broadcasted with next SIB8
broadcast opportunity, according to SI message scheduling broadcasted in SIB1.

13.2 Deactivating LTE807: Idle Mode Mobility from LTE to


CDMA/1xRTT using BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.

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• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing the full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE807: Idle Mode Mobility from LTE to
CDMA/1xRTT feature are found on page Radio network configuration. Perform the
following configuration settings to deactivate this feature:
Set parameter Activation idle mode mobility CDMA/1xRTT to value FALSE.

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

Expected outcome
SIB8 information is not broadcasted to UEs in RRC-IDLE or RRC-CONNECTED
state.

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14 Activating and deactivating LTE829:


Increased Uplink MCS Range using BTS Site
Manager
Follow this procedures to activate and deactivate the LTE829: Increased Uplink MCS
Range feature.

14.1 Activating LTE829: Increased Uplink MCS Range using


BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE829: Increased Uplink MCS Range
feature are found on page Radio network configuration. Perform the following config-
uration settings to activate this feature:
• Click on LNBTS object and then on LNCEL object, from the navigation tree located
in left upper corner.
• In the LNCEL Properties set the parameter Activate modulation scheme UL
(actModulationSchemeUL) from drop-down list to 16QAMHighMCS.

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4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now perform a restart.

14.2 Deactivating LTE829: Increased Uplink MCS Range using


BTS Site Manager
Before you start
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When the BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current config-
uration plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in the Target section, is selected by default. This is
the recommended setting.
• Choose the commissioning type. Use the Template, Manual, or Reconfiguration
option depending on the actual state of the eNB.

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3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature-related settings are found in the set of Commissioning pages. In the top
right-hand corner of the BTSSM window, there is a location bar that shows at which
stage of the Commissioning process you are. It is recommended that you carefully read
the pages containing full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE829: Increased Uplink MCS Range
feature are found on page Radio network configuration. Perform the following con-
figuration settings to activate this feature:
• Click on LNBTS object and then on LNCEL object, from the navigation tree located
in left upper corner.
• In the LNCEL Properties set the parameter Activate modulation scheme UL
(actModulationSchemeUL) from drop-down list to QPSK or 16QAM.

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE.

a Go to the Send Parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only the
changed parameters: Only changes (may require reset), or a whole set of
parameters: All parameters (requires reset).

g Note that a restart of the eNB is not required because all changed parameters are
online-configurable.

c Click the Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
The BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file
download.

b Note that the eNB may now perform a restart.

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15 Activating and deactivating LTE866: Fast IP


Rerouting using BTS Site Manager
Follow this procedures to activate and deactivate the LTE866: Fast IP Rerouting feature.

15.1 Activating LTE866: Fast IP Rerouting using BTS Site


Manager
Before you start
Restart of an eNB is not required after activation of this feature.
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current configura-
tion plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in Target section, is selected by default. Deselect-
ing it disables all targets.
• Choose the commisioning type. Use Template, Manual or Reconfiguration option
depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature related settings are found in the set of Commisioning pages. In the top right
corner of the BTSSM screen there is a location bar which tells you at which stage of the
Commissioning process you are. It is recommended to walk through the pages that
contain the full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE866: Fast IP Rerouting feature are found
on page Routing. Perform the following configuration setting to activate and configure
this feature:
• Click the BFD Sessions button located in the upper left corner to open the BDF con-
figuration window. In order to create a new BFD session click the New BFD button
located under the navigation tree on the left.
• Configure a new BFD by going through the folloiwng steps:
• Assign a BFD ID number to the BFD sesssion using the dropdown list. ID
numbers from 1 to 16 can be assigned.
• Select the BFD session in use checkbox to activate the BFD session.
• Specify the destination address for the BFD session (for example the Primary
Routers IP address) in the Destination Address field.

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• Specify the source IP address of the monitored link. This address must be iden-
tical with previously configured eNB application or IP interface addresses. It has
to be selected form the Source Address dropdown list.
• Specify the source port assigned to the BFD sesssion by inputing the port
number in the UDP source port field.
• Enable faults checkbox is selected by default. Deselecting it disables faults and
alarms connected with this BFD session.
• Assign the BFD session to a BFD session group. To do this select the group that
the sesssion should belong to from the drop-down list in the BFD group field. Up
to eight groups are possible.
• Select the BFD session type from the BFD type drop-down list. Two types are
possible: Mulithop and Singlehop. Singlehop BFD extends from the eNB to the
next hop router only, whereas a Multihop session can extend over multiple
routers.
• Choose the Desired minimum transmit interval value from the drop-down list.
This value specifies the minimum interval, that the eNB uses when transmitting
BFD control packets for the BFD session.
• Input the Required miniumum recieve interval value by selecting it from the drop-
down list. This value defines the minimum interval at which the eNB should
receive BFD control packets.
• Choose the Detection multiplier value from the drop-down list. Required
minumum recieved interval value multiplied by this value provides the time limit
for lack of arriving packets after which the BFD session is considered to be
down.
• Click the OK button to finish the configuration process.
• Select the Enable fast IP rerouting checkbox to activate fast IP rerouting.
• In the Static routes section, click on the field that contains the string <New Route>
to define new Primary Path. Specify: Destination IP address, Netmask, eNB
Gateway, and the BFD session bound to the Primary Path. To define the Alternative
Path create another route with the same Destination IP address. To prevent routing
conflict change the Secondary Route’s Preference parameter value to higher. The
lower the route preference value is, the higher the route’s priority.

g Switchover process is exclusively controlled by Primary Path BFD monitoring. This


applies for both: switchover to the Alternative Path as well as switchover to the
Primary Path. Alternative Path BFD session is optional and it can be used for mon-
itoring purposes only.

• Specify the Route reinstallation delay value in the field located below the Static
routes section. This value defines the time delay for reinstalling routes as active
ones after a BFD session has recovered from down to up state. Integer values from
0 to 900 (seconds) are allowed.

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

a Go to the Send parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only
changed parameters or whole set of the parameters.

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c Click Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file down-
load.

15.2 Deactivating LTE866: Fast IP Rerouting using BTS Site


Manager
Before you start
Restart of an eNB is not required after deactivation of this feature.
The evolved NodeB must already be commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM)
can be connected to the eNB either locally, or from a remote location.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When BTSSM is connected to the eNB, it automatically uploads the current configura-
tion plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Commissioning on the View bar.
• The BTS Site checkbox, located in Target section, is selected by default. Deselect-
ing it disables all targets.
• Choose the commisioning type. Use Template, Manual or Reconfiguration option
depending on the actual state of the eNB.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


The feature related settings are found in the set of Commisioning pages. In the top right
corner of the BTSSM screen there is a location bar which tells you which stage of the
Commissioning process you are. It is recommended to walk through the pages that
contain the full eNB configuration information.
The configuration elements related to the LTE866: Fast IP Rerouting feature are found
on page Routing. Perform the following configuration setting to deactivate this feature:
• Deselect the Enable fast IP rerouting checkbox to deactivate LTE866: Fast IP
Rerouting feature in the eNB.

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4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

a Go to the Send parameters page.

b In section Send, choose whether the BTSSM should send to the eNB only
changed parameters or whole set of the parameters.

c Click Send Parameters button.

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file down-
load.

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16 Activating the LTE977: RF Chaining


Follow this procedure to activate the LTE977: RF Chaining feature.

Before you start


The eNB must be already commissioned. The BTS Site Manager (BTSSM) can be con-
nected to the eNB either locally or from a remote place.

Steps

1 Start the BTSSM application and establish the connection to the eNB.
For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

2 Upload the configuration plan file from the eNB.


When BTSSM is connected to the eBN, it automatically uploads the current configura-
tion plan file from the eNB.
• Select “View j Commissioning” or click Recommissioning on the View bar.

3 Modify the eNB configuration settings.


Activate RF chaining must by setting the actRfChaining parameter is set to true.

4 Send the commissioning plan file to the eNB.


For details, refer to BTS Site Manager Online Help.

a Open the Commissioning - Send parameters page.

b Click Send

5 The new commissioning plan file is automatically activated in the eNB.

a After successful transmission of the parameters, the new configuration is


automatically activated.
BTSSM automatically sends an activation command after finishing the file down-
load.

b Note that the eNB may now perform a restart (if selected).
Sending the command you have to choose whether it should be send with “restart”
or without “restart”. Activating this feature a “restart” is not required.
After changing the parameter and sending the comissioning file to the eNB the eNB
is resetting.

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