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DMS100/CS2K Basic OM commands-Level1

Alarm administration
1. Trks alarm under Trunk alarm banner
Command: mapci; mtc; trks; stat; dispgrp twowy gc Display group type may be twowy (Both way), ITG (incoming) OTG (Outgoing), MISC (Miscellaneous), need to select the appropriate Type of trunk From the print out its observed that the trunk name, Total number of channels, Percentage of out of service

2. To see the B Channel status for the trks


Command: mapci; mtc; trks; stat; dispgrp twowy gc;Item 0;DisAlm ex From the screen shot it is observed that the circuits are in CFL (Carrier fail) It may be LO (Lock out), RMB (Remote blocked)

2. To check the E1 status of the corresponding trunk


Command: mapci; mtc; trks; carrier; post pdtc 60 12 From the screen shot, it is observed that PDTC 60 E1 12 in AIS AIS-Alarm Indication signal LOF-Loss of frame LOS-Loss of signal Insv- In service

3. To check CCS7 signalling status


Command: mapci;mtc;ccs;ccs7;disalm In case of any CCS7 links failure, Route set outage, the corresponding route set And Link set status will be displayed in response to the above command

4. If External alarm observed under Ext alarm banner of DMS100/CS2K


Command: mapci; mtc; ext; list noalm The external alarm may be due to critical system failure, major system failure, Minor system failure, power issue in DMS/CS2K system, package failure, Clocking/Synchronization, Failure, patch, peripheral module panel failure, FSP (Frame supervisory panel Failure) , based on the alarm type different remedy Solutions to be done

5. Input/Output device alarm under IOD alarm banner


Command: mapci; mtc; iod In DMS system all CDR files/ Journal files/oos files/bck files/occ files/ttrf files/kt files/smdr files/dlog/ama files are configured in pools with default volume, some times exceed of volume buffer or audit of volume may result IOD alarm

7. Enhanced Network (Enet)


The DMS family of switches communicates by means of a simple interface. Messages are sent over serial data links designated as DS-30, and DS-512. The enhanced network and the S/DMS SuperNode DMS-bus are interconnected by the DS-512 fiber-optic links. The two DS-512 links associated with the active central processing unit (CPU) are called primary links. The two DS-512 links associated with the inactive CPU are called secondary links. If a primary link failure occurs, the message controller reroutes messages over a secondary link by way of the port cross-over buses. The multiplexed connections between the enhanced network and other peripherals can use either DS-30 copper links or DS-512 fiber-optic links. The DS-30 links have 30 channels for transmission of pulse code modulated (PCM) speech samples and two channels for control messages. The message links have all 32 channels assigned to carry speech and messages. However employed, the fiber-optic links are identical to the links between the DMS-core and the DMS-bus, making the best use of the enhanced networks extraordinary capacity. Each fiber link carries 512 channels (511 for traffic and 1 for framing).

The enhanced network (ENET) is a non-blocking, fully duplicated network with a capacity of 128k channels. Each channel has a capacity of 36 ccs (centum call seconds). The ENET is made up of two identical planes configured in duplex for redundant reliability. Peripherals are connected to identical ports in both planes to guarantee a network path between any two endpoints, even in the event of a single-plane fault. Each plane is a 128 000-channel matrix packaged over four shelves. Each shelf contains two functional areas: a processing complex and a switching complex. The processing complex consists of a processor and clocking cards. This portion of the ENET is connected to the DMS-bus by two DS-512 optical links. The switching complex consists of link interface cards that serve as the links to the peripheral modules, and crosspoint cards that do the actual switching of signals passing through the network.

Network matrix alarm under Net alarm banner


Command: mapci; mtc; net;

8.

Peripheral modules
Another major component of the DMS is a peripheral module (PM). A PM consists of devices that enable the DMS switch to communicate with the customers private network or the public switched telephone network (PSTN). The PMs perform signalling, supervision, and message-handling functions. The PMs connect to the DMS network or ENET by DS-512 fiber-optic links or DS-30 copper links.

Example: Peripheral module major alarm under PM banner


Command: mapci; mtc; pm; status From the screen shot, its observed that 2 out off 102 PDTC in IStb (Inservice Trouble state)

To find the PM which is in IStb state


Command: mapci;mtc; pm; disp state istb From the screen shot the PDTC which in Istb state can be found

To check the status of the PDTC


Command: mapci;mtc;pm;post pdtc 50;querypm

From the screen shot it is observed that PM PDTC major alarm is due to inactive Unit (Redundancy) in system busy state (Diagnostic failure)

Change management
1. Blocking and de-blocking the circuits with PDTC reference
Caution: Blocking of circuits affects the service, while blocking care has to be taken in The number of circuits posted for blocking

Blocking the circuits:


Command: mapci;mtc;trks;ttp;Post d pdtc 60 12; bsy all The above command makes the circuits of PDTC 60 12 in to man busy state

De-blocking the circuits:


Command: mapci;mtc;trks;ttp;Post d pdtc 60 12; rts all The above command makes the circuits of PDTC 60 12 return to service (RTS)

Offline (Out of service) the circuits:


Command: mapci;mtc;trks;ttp;Post d pdtc 60 12; bsy inb all The above command makes the circuits of PDTC 60 12 out of service, inb is hidden

1. Blocking and de-blocking the circuits with route (CLLI) reference


Caution: Blocking of circuits affects the service, while blocking care has to be taken in The number of circuits posted for blocking

Blocking the circuits:


Command: mapci;mtc;trks;ttp;Post g VASBXLEPBW02; bsy all The above command makes the circuits of VASBXLEPBW02 in to man busy state

De-blocking the circuits:


Command: mapci;mtc;trks;ttp; Post g VASBXLEPBW02; rts all The above command makes the circuits of VASBXLEPBW02 return to service (RTS)

Offline (Out of service) the circuits:


Command: mapci;mtc;trks;ttp; Post g VASBXLEPBW02; bsy inb all The above command makes the circuits of VASBXLEPBW02 out of service

Ericsson AXE system Maintenance

Alarm administration
1. Alarm list print Examples
ALLIP:ACL=A1; Will print critical alarm on APZ/APG system ALLIP:ACL=A2; Major alarms ALLIP:ACL=A3; Minor alarms ALLIP:ACL=o1; Manual intervention/indication alarms level1 ALLIP:ACL=o2; Manual intervention/indication alarms level 2 ALLIP:FID=YES; with the alarm Forlopp identity included. ALLIP:alcat=apz; list APZ system alarm ALLIP:alcat=apt; list APT system alarm

WO BXLA EU310BE/M07/E3007 <allip:acl=a1; ALARM LIST NONE END <

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System Performance
Processor Load Data Example
PLLDP; This command prints load data information for the 12 control intervals preceding the time of reception of the command. The length of a control interval is five seconds and is used in the load control process. The data included in the printout, for each control interval, are as follows: The average processor load The call acceptance limit The total number of offered originating calls The total number of offered incoming calls The total number of offered low priority Transaction Capabilities Application Part (TCAP) messages The total number of fetched originating calls The total number of fetched incoming calls The total number of fetched low priority TCAP messages The number of offered high priority miscellaneous tasks and printout requests The number of offered low priority miscellaneous tasks and printout requests The number of fetched high priority miscellaneous tasks and printout request The number of fetched low priority miscellaneous tasks and printout requests

WO BXLA EU310BE/M07/E3007 AD-484 TIME 091107 0408 PAGE 1 <plldp; PROCESSOR LOAD DATA INT PLOAD CALIM OFFDO OFFDI FTCHDO FTCHDI OFFMPH OFFMPL FTCHMPH FTCHMPL 1 2 15000 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 15000 0 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 3 2 15000 0 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 4 2 15000 0 7 0 7 0 0 0 0 5 2 15000 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 6 2 15000 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 7 2 15000 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 8 2 15000 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 9 2 15000 0 9 0 9 0 0 0 0 10 2 15000 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 11 2 15000 0 6 0 6 0 1 0 1 12 2 15000 0 5 0 5 0 31 0 31 INT OFFTCAP FTDTCAP 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 0 5 0 0 6 0 0 7 0 0 8 0 0 9 0 0 10 0 0 11 0 0 12 0 0

END

Data processing system functions CP state Example


DPWSP; The command is used to order printout of the CP working state.If the IO device is connected to a separated SB-side, the command will be rejected.
WO BXLA EU310BE/M07/E3007 <dpwsp; CP STATE MAU SB SBSTATE NRM B WO END < AD-484 TIME 091107 0410 PAGE 1

mau MAU state NRM AAM Normal state (CP-side B works as SB and WO without being affected from MAU). MAU active (MAU controls the states of the CP-sides in accordance with "sb" and "sbstate"). MAU in test state (CP-side B works as SB without being affected by MAU). If "sbstate" = WO, SB is still working synchronously with EX). MAU, eliminated due to a power fault or an other internal fault. (CP-side B is SB, the CP-sides are not synchronous).

ACM

LOCK

sb

Standby side A CP-side A is standby side B CP-side B is standby side sbstate Substate for standby WO Parallel working UP In updating status SE Separated HA Halted WO-FM Parallel working and fault-marked UP-FM In updating state and fault-marked SE-FM Separated and fault-marked

HA-FM

Halted and fault-marked

AP Maintenance, AP Maintenance Data, Command

APAMP; This command prints the LANs to the directory service function and all adjunct processors in the AP maintenance table. WO BXLA EU310BE/M07/E3007 AD-484 TIME 091107 0414 PAGE 1

<apamp; AP MAINTENANCE DATA DIRECTORY ADDRESS DATA AP 1 1 1 1 NODE LAN IP PORT STATUS CATEGORY A 1 192.168.169.1 14000 ACTIVE A 2 192.168.170.1 14000 PASSIVE B 2 192.168.170.2 14000 PASSIVE B 1 192.168.169.2 14000 ACTIVE

AP MAINTENANCE TABLE AP IO ACTIVENODE LOCALIP1 1 YES B 192.168.169.128 END < LOCALIP2 192.168.170.128

System functions, Software recovery information Command


SYRIP:SURVEY; This command prints software recovery information. The following three types of software recovery information can be printed: - system restarts - software errors (faults that have not caused an immediate system restart) - application detected errors

WO BXLA EU310BE/M07/E3007 SOFTWARE RECOVERY SURVEY EVENT TYPE 30 SMALL 29 LARGE 24 LARGE 23 SMALL 12 APPLERR 63 APPLERR 56 APPLERR 49 APPLERR 48 APPLERR 46 APPLERR 44 FORLOPP 43 APPLERR 39 APPLERR 28 FORLOPP 27 FORLOPP

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EXPLANATION EVENTCNT FRDEL HDEV OTHER OTHER-BET2ARCO HCOM-BET2ARCO ERROR REPORTED BY PROCEDURE FLERROR 4 ERROR REPORTED BY PROCEDURE FLERROR 3 ERROR REPORTED BY PROCEDURE FLERROR 20 ERROR REPORTED BY PROCEDURE FLERROR 2 ERROR REPORTED BY PROCEDURE FLERROR 2 ERROR REPORTED BY PROCEDURE FLERROR 2 TIMEOUT AT FORLOPP AUDIT & FLERROR 0 ERROR REPORTED BY PROCEDURE FLERROR ERROR REPORTED BY PROCEDURE FLERROR 2 NO SIGNAL ENTRY IN BLOCK 0 INVALID BLOCK NUMBER 0

EVENT CODE INF1 INF2 INF3 INF4 SIDE STATE DATE TIME ACTIVE 30 H'9003 H'0005 H'0000 H'0000 H'0000 A-EX PARAL 090806 0506 NO 29 H'9003 H'000A H'0000 H'0000 H'0000 A-EX PARAL 090529 0112 NO 24 H'9003 H'000A H'0000 H'0000 H'0000 A-EX PARAL 090520 0232 NO 23 H'9003 H'0004 H'0000 H'0000 H'0000 A-EX PARAL 090520 0220 NO 12 H'4301 H'5B05 H'061C H'0000 H'C5B7 A-EX PARAL 090426 1524 NO 63 H'4301 H'5B05 H'061C H'0000 H'66CF A-EX PARAL 090420 1335 NO 56 H'4301 H'5B05 H'061C H'0000 H'2A97 A-EX PARAL 090408 0947 NO 49 H'4300 H'3004 H'085B H'0000 H'5868 A-EX PARAL 080915 2122 NO 48 H'4300 H'3004 H'085B H'0000 H'F3E0 A-EX PARAL 080712 1610 NO 46 H'4300 H'3004 H'085B H'0000 H'DD44 A-EX PARAL 080217 1723 NO 44 H'310D H'9109 H'4DE0 H'0219 H'09D5 A-EX PARAL 080128 1053 NO 43 H'4301 H'9109 H'4DE0 H'0000 H'BB4A A-EX PARAL 080128 1052 NO 39 H'4300 H'3004 H'085B H'0000 H'CE44 A-EX PARAL 070908 1805 NO 28 H'0210 H'02BA H'9759 H'1594 H'07A9 A-EX PARAL 070619 2152 NO 27 H'020B H'07A9 H'0FDF H'AB04 H'0000 A-EX PARAL 070504 2225 NO END

Database, Table Specification,

Command
DBTSP:TAB=SAACTIONS; This command prints a table or a specified part of a table by either an alphanumeric printout or a file printout.

WO BXLA EU310BE/M07/E3007 <DBTSP:TAB=SAACTIONS; DATABASE TABLE BLOCK TAB TABLE SAFTAB1 SAACTIONS END <

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WRAPPED YES

Distributed Group Switch, State Command


GDSTP; This command prints the state of Distributed Group Switch units.The command accepts the specification of a single unit, multiple units of varying types, all units of a particular type, or all units in the Distributed Group Switch.
WO BXLA EU310BE/M07/E3007 AD-484 TIME 091107 0422 PAGE <GDSTP; DISTRIBUTED GROUP SWITCH STATE UNIT CLM-0 CLM-1 UNIT STATE BLSTATE VAR STATUS WO WO 11 MASTER 11 SLAVE UNIT STATE BLSTATE 1

STATE BLSTATE VAR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

XM-A-0-0 WO XM-A-0-1 WO MUX34-A-0 WO MUX34-A-1 WO MUX34-A-2 WO MUX34-A-3 WO MUX34-A-8 WO MUX34-A-9 WO MUX34-A-10 WO MUX34-A-11 WO MUX3-A-0 WO MUX3-A-1 WO MUX3-A-32 WO END <

XM-B-0-0 WO XM-B-0-1 WO MUX34-B-0 WO MUX34-B-1 WO MUX34-B-2 WO MUX34-B-3 WO MUX34-B-8 WO MUX34-B-9 WO MUX34-B-10 WO MUX34-B-11 WO MUX3-B-0 WO MUX3-B-1 WO MUX3-B-32 WO

Distributed Group Switch, CLM Control Value Command


GDCVP; This command prints control values and one hour average values in Clock Module (CLM).
<GDCVP; DISTRIBUTED GROUP SWITCH CLM CONTROL VALUE CLM CLM-0 CLM-1 END < OSCILLATOR 1 1 0 0 CONTRVALUE AVERAGEVALUE FAULTCASE

33596 34234 35837 34648

33595 34258 35900 34686

EXCHANGE DATA, EM, Command


EXEMP;

Example:

EXEMP:RP=100,EM=ALL; Printout of state as well as associated devices and program pages for one or several EMs is ordered by the command. If the indicated EM or any of the indicated EMs does not exist, a fault code is given.

WO BXLA EU310BE/M07/E3007 <EXEMP:RP=100,EM=ALL; EM DATA RP 100 100 100 100 END <

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TYPE EM EQM TWIN CNTRL PP RP4S1A 0 KRD-0&&-31 101 PRIM RP4S1A 1 KRD-32&&-63 101 SEC RP4S1A 2 CCD-0&&-31 101 PRIM RP4S1A 4 ASDS3-512&&-767 101 PRIM

STATE WO WOTWIN WO WO

Exchange Data Functions RP Command


EXRPP;

Example:

EXRPP:RP=100; This command is used to order a printout of data and states for an RP and its twin.
WO BXLA EU310BE/M07/E3007 <EXRPP:RP=100; RP DATA RP STATE TYPE TWIN STATE 100 WO RP4S1A 101 WO END < AD-484 TIME 091107 0431 PAGE 1

DS MAINT.STATE 354 IDLE

Switching Network Terminal State Command


NTSTP;

Example:
NTSTP:SNT=VET-0; The command results in the printout SWITCHING NETWORK TERMINAL STATE which presents the state of the switching network terminal.
<NTSTP:SNT=VET-0; SWITCHING NETWORK TERMINAL STATE SNT VET-0 END < STATE WO BLS LST FCODE

CCITT7, Link Set State

C7LTP;

Example:

C7LTP:LS=0-4152;

This command prints the link set state for the specified link sets.

WO BXLA EU310BE/M07/E3007 <C7LTP:LS=0-4152; CCITT7 LINK SET STATE LS 0-4152 END <

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SPID SLC STATE INHIBST FCODE INFO AMDI 00 ACTIVE 01 ACTIVE

Device States For Routes Survey Command


STRSP;

Example:
STRSP:R=BXLO2FO&BXLO2FI; The command orders a survey printout for telephony devices in routes. The results are given in printout DEVICE STATE SURVEY. The following information is provided for each route: the number of devices, the number of occupied devices, the number of idle devices, the number of blocked devices, and the route status.
WO BXLA EU310BE/M07/E3007 AD-484 TIME 091107 0440 PAGE 1

<STRSP:R=BXLO2FO&BXLO2FI; DEVICE STATE SURVEY R NDV NOCC NIDL NBLO RSTAT BXLO2FO 248 2 246 0 NORES BXLO2FI 248 2 246 0 NORES END <

Calendar Function, System Clock Command


CACLP;

Example

CACLP:ALL; This command prints the system clock time (year, month, day, hour, minute, and second). Also printed is whether or not summer time is valid, and the state of the reference clocks: Reference Time Unit (RTU) and UTC Reference Clock (URC).
WO BXLA EU310BE/M07/E3007 <CACLP:ALL; TIME AD-484 TIME 091107 0444 PAGE 1

DATE TIME SUMMERTIME DAY 091107 044411 NO SAT 1 REFERENCE CLOCKS RC RTU URC1 URC2 URC3 GMT DATE TIME SETTING 000000 000011 NOT DEFINED TIME ZONES DEV STATE

DCAT

NOT CONNECTED JOB-0 BLOCKED NOT CONNECTED NOT CONNECTED

TIMEZONE DATE TIME SUMMERTIME DAY DCAT OFFSET DIR 0 091107 044411 NO SAT 1 0 END <