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Training Objectives

After learning this course, you will be able to:

Know about functions related to the Summary data file.


Know about the method for filling in the Summary data file. Use the Summary data file to deploy eNodeBs on the CME.

Use the customization tools provided in the Summary data file to


customize a data file.

Use the Summary data file to collect the low-level design (LLD) data. Use the data export function provided in the Summary data file to modify data and deploy eNodeBs.

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M2000-CME V200R011C01 Introduction to LTE Summary Data File


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Contents

Summary Solution

Background of the Summary Data File Introduction to the Summary Data File eNodeB Deployment by Using the Summary Data File in Different Scenarios (Security/Non-Security/TDD/MOCN)

Customization Tools Provided in the Summary Data File


Example of Using the Summary Data File Solution Integrating the LLD and the Summary Data Files Data Modification and eNodeB Deployment by Using the Data Export Function Provided in the Summary Data File

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Background of the Summary Data File


eNodeB Deployment by Using an eNodeB Data Export Template eNodeB Deployment by Using the Summary Data File Changing an eNodeB data export template involves changing the mapping Customization tools are provided in the Summary data file so relationship between the eNodeB data export template and the CME version. As a that GTS engineers can customize a Summary data file result, the changes can be incorporated only in the later mapping version or a new according to the actual situation of an eNodeB. patch. Three files are involved: LLD data file Summary data file eNodeB data export template Only the Summary data file is involved during the eNodeB deployment.

Expansion

Involved files

Data conversion

Two mapping processes are involved: The mapping s relationships are automatically maintained by a LLD data file > Summary data file tool. In addition, the Summary data file provides the macro Summary data file > eNodeB data export template function so that the LLD data file and the Summary data file can In addition, mapping relationships of the three files need to be maintained manually. be automatically converted.

Data filling

All data, except for common data, is filled in List mode. In this case, GTS engineers Data can be filled in Pattern, List, or Common mode. As a result, need to fill in a lot of data. the workload of filling in data by GTS engineers is decreased.

When deploying LTE eNodeBs by using an eNodeB data export template, GTS engineers have to spend a lot of time in the connection sections for preparing data used for eNodeB deployment, instead of data configuration and eNodeB

deployment due to the following reasons:


The expansion is poor. There are a lot of data files, mapping relationships of which need to be maintained manually. Two mapping processes are involved. All data, except for common data, is filled in List mode. Copyright 2010 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.

Contents
Introduction to the Summary Data File

Concept of the Summary Data File


Structure of the Summary Data File

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Introduction to the Summary Data File

Concept of the Summary Data File


Reference Pattern List

Comparison Between Pattern and List

Structure of the Summary Data File

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eNodeB Deployment Process Using the Solution Integrating the LLD and the Summary Data File
Create eNodeB in GUI Customize a Summary data file and set LLD parameters. Whether operators are involved?

Customize Summary Data File using the Summary data file

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Create eNodeB Template
Yes Modify eNodeB Configration Data Switch to the LLD data file.

No

Save As eNodeB Template

GTS engineers fill in eNodeB deployment data.

Operators fill in the LLD data file.

Import eNodeB deployment data to the CME to deploy eNodeBs in batches.

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eNodeB Deployment Using Summary Data File
Export eNodeB deployment data after the data check is successful. Switch to the Summary data file.

Commission an eNodeB.

End

Switch between the LLD data file and the Summary data file

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Build eNodeB Data

Build eNodeB Data


Default or customized eNodeB Template

Radio Template
associated

Cell Template
When summary being imported into CME, CME will use the correct template build eNodeB data: Data prioritySummary data has the highest priority, Radio and cell has lower priority, and eNodeB has the lowest priority.: Summary data> template data; Cell template>eNodeB template Radio template>eNodeB template

associated

necessary

optional

Associated

optional

Summary table (excel file) build eNodeB data (xml)

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Summary Data File Reference 1


The Pattern-type sheets support the reference of parameters on the Common Data and eNodeB Transport Data sheets. The format of parameter reference is as follows: sheet name\name of the MOC group\parameter name [n] In this format, [n] indicates the sequence number of the record. The sequence number of records begins from 0. Currently, cases are distinguished by adding the sequence number to the case name in the Common Data sheet. Reference of parameters in the Common Data sheet:

Reference

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Summary Data File Reference 2


Reference of parameters in the eNodeB Transport Data sheet:

Reference

Reference of parameters or new parameter values

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Summary Data File Pattern


Feature 2: Parameter values are the same. Feature 2: Parameter reference sources are the same.

Feature 1: Each eNodeB has five pieces of DevIP data.

Two features:
1. The quantity of data configured for each eNodeB is the same in the Summary data file. 2. Parameter values of eNodeBs are the same or parameter reference sources are the same.

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Summary Data File List

Data of different NEs is distinguished by eNodeB name.

1
2

Data in the eNodeB Transport Data sheet is redundant when the number of NEs and the number of parameters are large. To prevent the data from becoming redundant, you can list some parameters of NEs in an independent sheet.

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Summary Data File Comparison Between Pattern and List (1)


List:
DevIP eNodeB Name CabinetNo SubrackNo *SlotNo *SubboardType *PortType *PortNo *IP eNodeB0 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD LOOPINT 0 10.141.142.1 eNodeB0 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD LOOPINT 0 10.141.142.2 eNodeB0 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD LOOPINT 0 10.141.142.3 eNodeB0 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD LOOPINT 0 10.141.142.4 eNodeB0 ETH 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD 0 10.141.142.5 eNodeB0 ETH 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD 0 10.141.142.6 eNodeB1 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD LOOPINT 0 10.141.142.7 eNodeB1 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD LOOPINT 0 10.141.142.8 eNodeB1 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD LOOPINT 0 10.141.142.9 eNodeB1 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD LOOPINT 0 10.141.142.10 eNodeB1 ETH 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD 0 10.141.142.11 eNodeB1 ETH 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD 0 10.141.142.12 eNodeB2 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD LOOPINT 0 10.141.142.13 eNodeB2 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD LOOPINT 0 10.141.142.14 eNodeB2 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD LOOPINT 0 10.141.142.15 eNodeB2 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD LOOPINT 0 10.141.142.16 eNodeB2 ETH 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD 0 10.141.142.17 eNodeB2 ETH 0 0 7 BASE_BOARD 0 10.141.142.18 *Mask 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255

Pattern:

The workload of filling in data in List mode is twice compared with that in Pattern mode.
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Summary Data File Comparison Between Pattern and List (2)


eNodeB Data BFD *eNodeB Name BFD SourceIP BFD Mask BFD DstIP eNodeB0 10.2.96.122 255.255.255.248 10.2.96.121 eNodeB1 10.2.96.90 255.255.255.248 10.2.96.89

Pattern:

Reference 1

Reference 2

In the case that the same data source is referred by different Patterntype sheets, you can only change the data in the data source instead of updating the reference when the data is changed.
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Contents
Introduction to the Summary Data File

Concept to the Summary Data File


Structure of the Summary Data File

Common Data eNodeB Transport Data

eNodeB Radio Data


Pattern-Type Sheet List-Type Sheet Other: Cover, Help, USB Parameter for Site

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Summary Data File Common Data


One MOC group can correspond to only one configuration object.

Separating different MOC information groups by a blank row

The Common Data sheet has the following features: 1. The data needs to be negotiated with customers. 2. The data refers to the common planning data of eNodeBs in the Summary data file. 3. When deploying eNodeBs in batches, the data is applicable to all eNodeBs in the Summary data file. This sheet cannot be deleted but the parameter description information can be modified.

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Summary Data File eNodeB Transport Data


Items in the table head show the basic eNodeB deployment information and cannot be changed.

1 2 5

Site template

Radio template

eNodeB parameters and parameters related to transmission planning are defined. Then, other parameters about eNodeBs are specified by correlating to the eNodeB template. This sheet cannot be deleted. Items in the table heading, except for the marked ones, can be changed. The customized template can be added or deleted by using the macro function provided in the Summary data file.

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Summary Data File eNodeB Radio Data


Distinguish eNodeBs of different cells.
1

List parameters related to sectors and RET objects.


2

Cell template

The eNodeB Radio Data sheet has the following features: 1. Planning parameters of cells and sectors are defined. 2. This sheet cannot be deleted but contents in this sheet can be changed.

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Summary Data File Pattern-Type Sheet


Currently, the default Pattern-type sheets are the OMChPattern, DevIPPattern, and IPRoutePattern sheets. The three sheets must be filled. Other Pattern-type sheets can be customized based on networking and planning of each site.

The eNodeB Transport Data sheet provides the route information of ten groups by default. You can customize the parameters related to routes, such as IP address, Mask, NextHopIP by referring to parameters in the IPRoutePattern sheet.

Reference

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Summary Data File List-Type Sheet

You can refer to the contents in the "Summary Data File List" page.

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Summary Data File Other Sheets


Cover Version number of the eNodeB Precautions for filling in the Summary data file Descriptions of each sheet in the Summary data file Change history of the Summary data file Help Help for the Summary data file

USB Parameter for Sites USB parameters for site deployment Help for USB Parameter Help for filling in USB parameters for site deployment

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Summary Data File Selection of Data Filling Format


1. Which data is filled in Common-type sheets? You need to negotiate the data with customers. The parameter values are fixed and do not vary with eNodeBs. 2. Which data is filled in the eNodeB Transport Data sheet? You need to negotiate the data with customers. The parameter values vary with eNodeBs. You need to fill in the eNodeB Transport Data sheet with the data related to eNodeBs and transport-related data (and some data related to the IP address). 3. Which data is filled in Pattern-type sheets? In the Summary data file, the number of data configured for eNodeBs is the same. In addition, parameter values are the same and the parameter reference sources are the same. The Omch, DevIp, and IpRoute sheets are in Pattern-type sheets by default. This solves the rule-check problem after eNodeBs are deployed by using the Summary data file. You are advised not to delete the three sheets. 4. Which data is filled in the customized template? You do not need to negotiate the data with customers. Configuration data of each eNodeB is the same. You are advised to fill in the customized template with parameters such as hardware parameters and radio algorithm parameters. 5. What is the difference between the data in the customized templates and the data in the Common-type sheets? The data in the Common-type sheets can be saved in the customized templates after negotiation. The data in the customized templates, however, must be subject to the Summary data file. 6. Which data is filled in List-type Sheets? The data is filled in List-type sheets when the data cannot be filled in the Common-type sheets, Pattern-type sheets, or customized templates. 7. Why is not method for filling in List-type data in the eNodeB Transport Data sheet not recommended? The List-type data can be filled in the eNodeB Transport Data sheet. This data filling method, however, is not recommended. This is because the data in the eNodeB Transport Data sheet may be redundant and the Summary data file may be changed multiple times due to the large amount of data.

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Contents
eNodeB Deployment by Using the Summary Data File in Different Scenarios (Security/Non-Security/TDD/MOCN)

Overview eNodeB Deployment by Using the Summary Data File in Non-Security Scenario eNodeB Deployment by Using the Summary Data File in Security Scenario eNodeB Deployment by Using the Summary Data File in TDD Scenario eNodeB Deployment by Using the Summary Data File and Template Selection in MOCN Scenario

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Overview
The processes for eNodeB deployment in scenarios such as non-security, security, TDD, and MOCN scenarios are the same. However, data filled in the Summary data file are different. The differences of filling in the Summary data file are compared based on the eNodeB deployment in non-security FDD scenario.

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eNodeB Deployment by Using the Summary Data File in Non-Security Scenario

You need to fill in the necessary information, such as eNodeB, operator, clock, time zone, OMCh channel, route, and core network.

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eNodeB Deployment by Using the Summary Data File in Security Scenario


Compared to the non-security scenario, objects related to the security scenario are as follows: In the Common Data sheet: IPSECPROPOSAL, IKEPEER, IPSECPOLICY, IKECFG, IPSECBIND, PACKETFILTER, ACL, ACLRULE, and security certificate In the eNodeB Transport Data sheet: physical IP address and PreShareKey of IKEPeer In the ACLPattern sheet: All parameters in the ACLPattern sheet You can directly select the security template that is released by default. Or, you can add a security scenario by using the customization tools provided in the Summary data file.

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eNodeB Deployment by Using the Summary Data File in TDD Scenario


TDD and FDD scenarios: The main differences lie in the parameter values in the customized template or Summary data file, and parameters in cell sheets.

The differences in filling in the Summary data file are as follows: In the eNodeB Transport Data sheet: FDD/TDD Mode and Site Template. In the eNodeB Radio Data sheet: FddTddInd and ARFCN

Differences in FDD and TDD scenarios

Differences in FDD and TDD scenarios

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eNodeB Deployment by Using the Summary Data File in MOCN Scenario


The differences in filling in the Summary data file in MOCN and singleoperator scenarios are as follows:

1. The following parameters are added in the Common sheet:


eNodeB Info: Add MCC and MNC of an eNodeB ENodeBSharingMode: Select eNodeB Sharing Mode. LicenseSharingPolicy: Select License-Sharing Policy of an eNodeB. 2. The CellOp and CnOperatorTa sheets are changed from radio sheets to List-type sheets. 3. RAN Sharing Mode Switch of CellAlgSwitch is added in the Radio sheet: RAN-sharing mode switch

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eNodeB Deployment by Using the Summary Data File in MOCN Scenario Data File Selection
Data file selection in Endpoint and Link mode: 1. The EndPoint mode is recommended. That is, the values of IPPath and SctpLink, and interface configuration are automatically generated after you fill in MME, SGW, S1SigIP, S1ServerIP, X2SigIP, and X2ServerIP. 2. Currently, the EndPoint mode supports the scenario of one S1SigIP and S1SigIP port. 3. If more than one S1SigIP or S1SigIP port are configured at the site, you are advised to deploy the eNodeB in Link mode. That is, the values of IPPath and SctpLink, and interface configuration are manually configured.

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Contents
Customization Tools Provided in the Summary Data File

Introduction Function Introduction Scenario-Based Summary Data File

Introduction Background
Supported Scenarios

Example

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Customization Tools Provided in the Summary Data File


On the CME, customization tools are provided in the Summary data file so that contents in the Summary data file can be modified and maintained.

Summary data file

Mapping

Mapping

Right table of customization tools

User model

Conversion

NE model

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Customization Tools Provided in the Summary Data File Function Introduction


Open a template Check a template Search from the right table Generate the mapping directly from the left navigation tree Modify Summary Data Group Name

Search for the NE on the left navigation tree from the right table

Add a sheet

Add a scenariobased Summary data file Add a row Delete a row

The Summary data file supports the following functions: Open/close/save the data file Add scenario-based data file Check the validity of the data file Add a sheet Query information The left navigation tree supports the following functions: Search Sequence Display/close the left navigation tree The sheet supports the following functions: Adding/changing mapping on the left navigation tree Adding/deleting a blank row Sequence Filter Search for NEs on the left navigation tree from the right table Set the LLD/reference Define the data in the Pattern-type sheet

Set the LLD

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Customization Tools Provided in the Summary Data File ScenarioBased Background

The CME provides the functions of customizing the scenario-based Summary data file to simplify the procedure for customizing the scenariobased Summary data file and reducing the difficulties. Customizing the scenario-based Summary data file refers to defining some typical scenarios by NE feature. The CME provides a window for selecting different scenarios. Based on the selected scenario, the CME adds the objects and parameters to the existing Summary data file so that the Summary data file for typical scenarios can be quickly customized.

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Customization Tools Provided in the Summary Data File Scenario-Based Type


Based on usage of onsite features and network reconstruction requirements, the CME provides three types of scenarios: VLAN Security QoS Based on different usage methods, the three types of scenarios can be further divided into eight sub-scenarios: VLANGROUP SINGLEVLAN SINGLEVLAN_AND_VLANGROUP IPsecAuthMethByPSK IPsecAuthMethByPSK_AND_PacketFilter IPsecAuthMethByRSASIG_AND_PKI_CMPv2 IPsecAuthMethByRSASIG_AND_PKI_CMPv2_AND_PacketFilter Overbooking_AND_DifferentiatedTrafficFlowControl

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Customization Tools Provided in the Summary Data File Scenario-Based Example


Add the VLANGROUP feature to the existing Summary data file and customize the scenario-based Summary data file containing the VLANGROUP feature.

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Contents
Example of Using the Summary Data File

Customizing the Summary Data File

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Example of Using the Summary Data File Customizing a Data Collection File
The following is a typical example about how to customize the Summary data file. Case Changing the Summary data file not supporting the security scenario to the Summary data file supporting the security scenario Add the ACLPattern and BFDSessionPattern sheets. Add the SCTPLNKList sheet. This change is only used to describe how to add a Listtype sheet, which is not mandatory in security scenario. Modify the Common Data sheet: Add parameters such as IPSECPROPOSAL, IKEPEER, IPSECPOLICY, IKECFG, IPSECBIND, PACKETFILTER, ACL, and the security certificate. Add the eNodeB Transport Data sheet. Add the OuterIP group, and add the PhysicalIP, PhysicalIP Mask, PhysicalIP PortType, and VlanID parameters under the group. Add the BFD group, and add the BFD SourceIP, BFD Mask, and BFD DstIP parameters under the group. Add the CAserver group, and add the CA server IP parameter under the group. Add the information about a default route group. Add the IPRoute IP11, IPRoute Mask11, IPRoute NextHopIp11, VlanID11, and VLANPri11 parameters to the existing IPRoute group. This change describes only how to add a column to the existing group.

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Example of Using the Summary Data File

For the operation procedure, see the Customization Tool of a Summary Data File in CME online help hdx file ( press F1 in software)/

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Contents
Solution Integrating the LLD and the Summary Data Files

Background eNodeB Deployment Process by using the Solution Integrating the LLD and the Summary Data Files Setting LLD Parameters by Using the Customization Tools in the Summary Data File Converting the Summary Data File to the LLD Data File Delivery of Existing LTE 2.0 eNodeBs

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Background
LTE 2.0 has the following problems: Three data files are required: LLD data file Summary data file eNodeB data export template Two mapping processes are required: LLD data file > Summary data file Summary data file > eNodeB data export template LLD data file Summary data file
eNodeB data export template

Mapping

Mapping

The process is complicated. When will the entire process ends?

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eNodeB Deployment Process by Using the Solution Integrating the LLD and the Summary Data Files
Switch to the LLD data file. Customize a Summary data file and set LLD parameters.

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Customize LLD parameters by using the Summary data file

Automatically generated the Common Data sheet based on settings of LLD parameters. Yes Switch to the LLD data file. Rule

Whether operators are involved?

Switch to the LLD data file.


Automatically add the QoS information in the Common Data sheet.

GTS engineers fill in eNodeB deployment data.

Operators fill in the LLD data file. Automatically hide sheets and parameters.

Import eNodeB deployment data to the CME to deploy eNodeBs in batches.

Export eNodeB deployment data after the data check is successful.

Switch to the Summary data file. Switch to the Summary data file. Rule

3
These steps do not change after the LLD data file is integrated.

Commission an eNodeB.

Automatically process common data except for the OoS information.

End

Automatically map the QoS information to DIFPRI and VlanClass columns.

Switch to the Summary data file.

5
Automatically unhide sheets and parameters.

Switch between the LLD data file and the Summary data file

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Setting LLD Parameters by Using the Customization Tools in the Summary Data File
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The Summary data file supports the setting of LLD parameters in the Common Data, eNodeB Transport Data, eNodeB Radio Data, and List-type sheets.

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Converting the Summary Data File to the LLD Data File


The Summary data file provides the macro function so that the LLD data file and the Summary data file can be automatically converted.

Summary data file

Perform the mapping based on setting of LLD parameters.

LLD data file

Hide redundant sheets.

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RNP

Scenario

RNP is applicable to cell expansion and neighboring cell relation


adjustment.

Manage the neighboring cell relation for ERAN in the entire

network.

Automatically create bi-directional neighboring cells. Automatically create X2 links. Automatically add external cells according to the intra-frequency neighboring cell and inter-frequency neighboring cell.

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RNP

Export RNP Data FIle

Modify RNP Data FIle

Import RNP Data FIle

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RNP

Operation procedure: Export RNP data

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RNP

Operation procedure: Export RNP data

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RNP

Operation procedure: Import RNP data

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RNP

Operation procedure: Import RNP data

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