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OSS-RC NEW AND

ENHANCED FEATURES
OSS-RC 7.1 -> OSS-RC 12.3 DELTA
PRESENTATION

OSS-RC NEW AND
ENHANCED FEATURES
OSS-RC NEW AND
ENHANCED FEATURES
Content
Summary
New feature per area:
GSM
WCDMA
LTE
Packet Core Networks
LMS
IMS
OSS RC

OSS-RC 12.0 summary (1)

Major release containing support for new system r
eleases:
G12A
W12A
L12A
T11B
EPC 2011B
MSS 12A
HLR-FE 12A

OSS-RC 12.0 summary (2)

New Optional Features
ANR Support for IRAT (LTE)
LTE-GSM Mobility Support (LTE)
Pool Load Balance (EPC)
New Basic Features
EPC Manager (EPC)
Evolve System and Platforms
Introduce X86 HW platform for Core PS and IMS
Phased out Features
SYROX (GSM)
TET (GSM)

OSS-RC 12.1 summary

12.1 is a minor release containing support for
- IMS 12A (Basic, FM and PM support)
- STN T12A
- W12A
- GGSN-MPG 11B (FM)
- SGSN-MME 12A (FM)
- SASN 11B (FM and PM)
- SASN 12A
- SAPC 11B (FM and PM)

OSS-RC 12.2 summary 1(4)

12.2 is a major release containing support for
- G12B
- W12B
- L12B
- CPG12A
- SASN 12A
- GGSN-MPG 11B
- SGSN-MME 12A
- MSS12B
- T12B
- ML PT6010


OSS-RC 12.2 summary 2(4)

New Basic Features:
- OSS Monitoring Tool FAJ 121 2261
- License Administration Tool FAJ 121 2260

New Optional Features:
- Automatic PCI Collision Resolution FAJ 121 2266
- Performance Mediation for FAJ 121 2169
Large Networks





OSS-RC 12.2 summary 3(4)

Enhanced Existing Features:
- Network Status Display (NSD) FAJ 121 2040
- WCDMA RAN Configuration Manager
FAJ 121 621
- Neighboring Cell Support FAJ 121 2043
- LTE RAN Configuration Manager FAJ 121 1296
- EPC Manager FAJ 121 2048
- OSS-RC Security FAJ 121 447
- GSM Real Time Performance Monitoring
FAJ 121 46


OSS-RC 12.2 summary 4(4)

Enhanced Existing Features:
- General Performance Event Handling
FAJ 121 173
Trace Tool
- Radio Environment Analysis FAJ 121 2044
- Fault Management eXpert Rule Engine
FAJ 121 1672
- Subscriber Trace FAJ 121 1585
- Real Time Trace Manager FAJ 121 1133

Renamed basic feature
New name Abbr. Feature Number
Old name
Network Element Scripting NE-S FAJ 121 082 Job Manager
AXE Scripting AXE-S FAJ 122 10 Operations Procedure Support
Automated Software Rollout ASR FAJ 121 1453 Software Management eXpert
GSM RAN Configuration Manager GSM-CM FAJ 122 405 Cellular Network Administration
BSC LAN Switch Configuration
Manager
BSCLS-CM FAJ 121 1015 BSC IP Infrastructure Management
BTS Configuration Manager BTS-CM FAJ 122 476 BTS Configuration Management
Circuit Core Network Configuration
Manager
CNCS-CM FAJ 121 1637 Core Network Configuration Manager
Renamed optional features
New name Abbr. Feature Number Old name
RBS Re-Homing Tool RBS-RH FAJ 121 1161 RN tool for reparenting
BSC Re-Homing Tool BSC-RH FAJ 122 853 Move BSC
Export File Editor EFE FAJ 121 1360 Trivial Export and Import
CPP Scripting CPP-S FAJ 121 1163 Advanced MO Scripting
SIU Configuration Manager SIU-CM FAJ 121 1019 Abis over IP management
IMS Configuration Manager IMS-CM FAJ 121 867 IPMM Configuration Manager
WCDMA Node Status Analyzer W-NSA FAJ 121 741 Node Status Analyzer
Core Network Status Analyzer CNSA FAJ 121 955 Core Network Status Monitor
GSM Trace Tool GSM-TT FAJ 122 413 Radio Network Recording
General Performance Event Handling
Trace Tool
GPEH FAJ 121 173 General Performance Event Handling
GSM CM Import/Export GSC-IE FAJ 122 417 Cellular Network Administration
Interface
GSM CM Import/Export Over CORBA GSM-OC FAJ 121 448 CNAI over CORBA

GSM support

Enhanced support for
Packet Data Downlink Power Control (OSS-
RC 12.0)
TBFLIMIT per cell (OSS-RC 12.0)
Fast return to LTE after call release (OSS-
RC 12.0)
LTE to GSM NACC Support (OSS-RC 12.0)
BSS G12A Compatibility (OSS-RC 12.0)

OSS-RC 12.0
FAJ 122 405
FAJ 122 476
FAJ 122 417
RAN Power Save

Enables reduction in power consumption by powering
down cells during no/low traffic periods
Applied in capacity cells and cells in areas
with limited access during specific periods
Cell unlock at congestion
Auto save in battery backup mode


FAJ 121 1284
OSS RC 10, 12
100 600 Watt
AC saving
depending on
RBS type
RPS
Network Status Display


FAJ 121 1415
> Network topologies views
Monitoring on node, pool and network level
Fault and diagnostic detection
Alarms, events, node logs and KPIs views
Trouble shooting
Detailed fault resolution via
Tracing capabilities
Log retrieval and analysis
>OSS RC 12: Additional trouble shooting support for W
CDMA to detect and recover sleeping cells.


License administration tool

Key file download
Download of key files via direct access to Ericsson
Electronic License Information System (ELIS) Part
on LMS (License Management System)
license inventory
View license inventory for single or multiple nodes
Easy to filter license inventory
Export of inventory from LAT UI to file
View nodes license status
Integration Unlock, Emergency Unlock, Grace
Period
Supports WCDMA and LTE networks
Foundation for Customer Self service
For license allocation via OSS



FAJ 121 2260
OSS monitoring tool

Summary

-
OSS Self Monitoring provides the operator with an efficient way t
o monitor
basic hardware and Operation System metrics for OSS-
RC and ENIQ servers.
-
When the value of monitored metrics passes a configurable thre
shold, an

alert is generated in the monitoring tool and an alarm event
can optionally be sent to OSS-RC Fault Management.
Provides:
monitoring for OSS-RC and ENIQ servers from a single portal.
alerts the user to potential problems, such as filesystems filling u
p, before the problem happens.
flexibility on a range of metrics which can be monitored.
advanced alerting functionality
near real time and historical view of server performance metrics



FAJ 121 2261
Common components
OSS Network Explorer (ONE)
Common Explorer
Network Status Display (NSD)
Fault Management
AXE Management
Software & Hardware Management (SMO)
Job Manager
Network Statistics
Radio Network Optimization
Event Based Application
GSM RAN Components
Cellular Network Administrator
Cellular Network Administration Interface
Base Station Management
Real-Time Performance Monitoring
Radio Network Recording
A-bis over IP
IP configuration support
WCDMA RAN Components
Support for WCDMA &LTE
- WCDMA/LTE RAN Network Explorer
- Bulk Configuration management
- Base Station Integration Management
- Advanced MO Script
- Trivial Export and Import
- Consistency Checker
- Tranport Network Viewer
- Radio Network Handlinh
- IRATHOM
- Node Status Analyser
- Health Check
WCDMA RAN Component
(Enhance Features)
Bulk Configuration for Radio (BCR)
Add RBS Wizard (ARW)
Node Status Analyzer (NSA)
Event Based Statistics in WCDMA (EBS-W)
Fault Manager Viewer (FMV)
Fault Manager Basic (FMB)
General Performance Event Handling (GPEH)
RN Tool for Reparenting (RTR)
OSS Network Explorer (ONE)(1)
OSS Network Explorer (ONE) (2)
Menu Item Description
Find network object The Find network object item opens the Find Network object in <view_name> dialog box which
is used to find a specific network object. For a description of the dialog box,
For a description of how to search for a certain
network object in the Network Browser,
Selected network
objects
The most recent selections (made in the same network browser view) are shown when choosing
the Select Network objects item in the Network Menu.
Log out Choose this menu item to log out from ONE.
Menu Item Description
Select network
browser view
To select a different graphical view of the network
objects, choose Select network browser view on
the View menu. The selected network browser view
is applied on the network structure in the Network
Browser.
Create and Edit
network browser
view...
Delete network
browser view...
OSS Network Explorer (ONE) (3)
The procedures that can be executed in ONE:

- Viewing Object Properties and Connectivity
Information
- Creating a Network Browser View
- Editting a Network Browser View
- Finding Network Objects
- Finding Previously Selected Network Objects
(History Function)
- Dragginh and Dropping Network Objects
- Starting an Application
- Logging Activities



Element Manager (EMAS)
Graphically
driven MO
manager
Display is
populated
with
information
from the
MOM
Detailted
description
available for
each
parameter
Advanced MO Scripting
(AMOS)(1)
> AMOS is a text-based Operation and
Maintenance (O&M) client providing access to the
following services:
Alarm Service (AS)
Configuration Service (CS)
File Transfer (FTP/HTTP)
Inventory Service (IS)
Log Service (LS)
Notification Service (NS)
OSE Shell (COLI)
Performance Measurement Service (PM)

AMOS(2)- Command
CLASSIFICATION Command Descriptions
BASIC MO COMMANDS mom[aptcdbrflou] Print description of MO classes, CM/FM attributes, actions, enums and structs.
lt/clt/ltc[1-9] Load MO tree (full or partial) and build proxy table.
lc[1-9]/lcc Load MO tree (full or partial) and build proxy table.
lu/llu Unload MOs from MO tree.
pr/lpr Print MO LDNs and proxy ids for all or part of the MO tree currently loaded in moshell.
ma/lma Add MO(s) to an MO group.
mr/lmr Remove an MO group or remove MOs from an MO group (MOs will NOT be deleted, only the group).
mp Print all defined MO groups.
get/lget Read CM/FM attribute(s) from MO(s).
hget[c]/lhget[c] Read CM/FM attribute(s) from MO(s), print horizontally one line per MO (instead of one line per attribute).
kget/lkget Display CM/FM attributes in exportable printout format.
fro[m]/lfro[m] Read MO persistent data from node database via SQL.
st/lst Print state of MOs (operationalState and administrativeState when applicable).
prod Print productData of MO(s).
lk/llk View all MO's linked to an MO, and their states (admState and opState).
lko/llko Obsolete command, use lk/llk instead.
set[m][c][1]/lset[m][c][1] Set an attribute value on one or several MO's.
eset[c][1]/leset[c][1] Set one or several attributes on one or several MO's, using regexp matching on the attribute name.
rset/lrset Set attribute value on a restricted attribute or change the MOid of an MO.
bl[s]/lbl[s] Lock or soft-lock MO(s).
deb/ldeb Unlock MO(s).
acl/lacl Lists available MO actions.
acc[e]/lacc[e] Execute an MO action.
cr[e] Create an MO.
del/ldel Delete MO(s).
rdel/lrdel Delete MO(s) together with children and reserving MOs.
s+/s-/s? Sort MO list in alphabetical order instead of proxy order.
u+[s]/u-/u?/u! Handling of undo mode (for cr/del/rdel/set/bl/deb/acc commands). Can be used for generation of MO scripts as well.
run Run a command file in moshell format.
trun[is1cr] Run a command file in EMAS/MoTester format.
ctrl-z Abort an MO command or a "for" loop. Type "touch /tmp/<stopfile>;fg" to resume the moshell session.
pol[s][h][c][u][m][k] Poll the node until the MO service is up or until an operation has completed.
re[i] Disconnect and reconnect to the CM service (mobrowser) and/or the PM service (pmtester).
getmom Check the MOM version currently stored on the node.
parsemom Parse an xml MOM file.
ld Load one MO from the tree and add to the proxy table.
eget/leget Read attributes that are not listed in the MOM (e="Extended").
sget/lsget Read CM/FM attributes from MO(s), one by one ("Slow" get).
fdel/lfdel Delete MO(s), including systemCreated MOs.

cvls/cvmk/cvms/cvset/cvrm/cvcu/cvget/cvput/cvls1 CV
backup handling: list, make local, make remote, remove,
setstartable.
AMOS(3)
OTHER MO COMMANDS inv[hlr] Complete HW/SWinventory. Includes information about RPUs, licensing, JVM, devices, XPs, ISL, etc.
cab[slxradfgtmeh] Display of miscellaneous COLI printouts relating to hw, sw, restarts, leds, cpu load, errors, disk/ramusage
stc[p][r] Display state and configuration of Atm/Tdm CrossConnections.
std[ar] Display state and configuration of devices (RNC and MGWonly).
stv[b][r] Display state, user, and bandwidth usage for ATM ports and channels.
stt[r] Display state and user of Physical Ports and Ds0Bundles.
sti[bcpr] Display state and configuration of IP interfaces.
hc Run a general healthcheck on the node. Obsolete ! Use dcg command instead.
dcg[meiasrfk] Fetch data for TRs/CSRs, according to the Data Collection Guidelines.
diff[o][m]/ldiff[m] Parameter auditing or MO dump comparisons.
str[12ft] Print status of the IubLinks/AbisLinks and their associated Cells and Channels (RNC/BSC only).
lki Obsolete command, use lkra instead.
lkr[a] Print RNC Iub resources allocation.
remod[u][2] Remodule an IubLink (RNC < P5). For RNC >= P5, use command "resub".
resub Moving Iub resources within or across Subracks (RNC >= P5).
tg[r][c][d] Print Resource Object information for all MOs in LmCell (RNC only).
uer[d][t][i][s] Print UE context data (serving or drifting) for all active calls (RNC only).
ced[h][r][p] Print consumption of cell resources and rbs hw (RNC only).
al[atkc] Print the list of active alarms. Acknowledge/Unacknowledge an alarm.
lg[acdefghilmnopqrstuvwxyz] Fetching and processing of node logs
uv Print or change moshell configuration settings (also called "user variables").
pv Print scripting variables.
OTHER COMMANDS !/l Execute a unix command on the PC/workstation.
l+[m][m][s][o]/l-/l? Open/close moshell logfiles.
dbc[s] Database consistency check
ose/coli command Send a COLI command to the node's OSE shell. Type "h ose" for syntax help and "?" to view availablecommands.
bo[ar]/ba[swdp]/br[wd]/be[0-50]/bp Manage board groups that can be used for running COLI commands on multiple boards.
lh Run COLI commands on all boards of a board group.
mon/mon+/mon-/mon? Start/stop/check the target monitor server on the node and/or start the monitor client for one or more board Group(s).
sql+/sql-/sql? Start/stop/check the SQL client on the node (CXC1325608).
pgu[c][f][r] ProgramUpgrade. For lab use only, eg, to load black LMs.
proglist/progkill List or restart programs on boards or board groups.
fte Filtered trace and error command.
ftree[f] Recursive listing of a directory on the file system of the node or the workstation.
ftget[c]/ftput[c]/ftdel Transfer files or directories to/from the node, using ftp or sftp.
htget Transfer files from the node using http.
edit Edit a file on the node.
fclean[f|ff|a|d|e] Removal of obsolete loadmodules OR recursive removal of a directory on the node.
hi Print history of moshell commands entered during the current session.
time[t] Measure time taken by an moshell command or by each command in a moshell command file.
lmid[c]/upid[om] Print translation of loadmodule/upgradepackage product number or T&E error codes.
p/w/pw/b Change moshell prompt and/or window title.
prox[+-] Toggle display of proxy identities in printout of get <mo> <attribute> command.
col Toggle display of colors.
ul Toggle display of userlabel in st/lst and pget/lpget printout.
conf[bld][+-] Toggle confirmation on various MO commands.
gs[+-]/gsg[+-] Toggle display of old/new attribute value in set/bl/deb commands.
ip2d/d2ip Convert an IP address into the format used in the fRO (sql database) or vice-versa.
h2d/d2h Convert an integer to hexadecimal or viceversa.
h2b/b2h Convert a binary to hexadecimal or viceversa.
wait Specify a delay in hrs, mins, secs, or rops. Similar to the unix "sleep" command (scripting).
return Exit from a command file without exiting from moshell (scripting).
print Print a line or variable(scripting).
alias/unalias Print or define command aliases.
smd[slcr] Server Maintenance - disk usage
q/by/exit/quit Exit moshell.
pmom[acd]/lmom[c] Print description of PMcounters (pmom) or log attributes (lmom, CDMA only).
pget/lpget Read PMattribute(s) from MO(s).
spget/lspget Read PMattribute(s) one by one ("slow pget").
Add Remove Network Element
(ARNE)(1)

Add Remove Network Element
(ARNE)(2)
>ARNE is used to configure the Operations Support System, Radio and Core (OSS-
RC) topology model.
>ARNE is used to add, modify and delete Network Objects from the topology model in
OSS-RC.
>ARNE provides two mechanisms to configure the network topology:
- ARNE Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) ARNE GUIs are more suitable for making
small changes to the network topology.
- Import/Export files Import/Export files are useful for making large changes to the
network topology and for backing up and restoring the network topology.

Software Management
Organizer(SMO)(1)

SMO(2)
>SMO provides the following functions for the operator:
Automatic License Deployment (ALD) from Ericsson.
Automatic Software Deployment from Ericsson.
Backup administration, including the transfer of backups to
OSS for supported network elements.
Distribution of licence keys to CPP and AXE network
elements.
License key inventory for CPP and AXE network elements.
Monitoring parallel software handling.
Remote software upgrade.
Software distribution from OSS to network elements.
Software export for CPP and AXE network elements.
Software inventory, including comparison between network
elements.
Uniform handling of different network element types.

SMO(3)
Create CV: Choose network element in tab
Network. Then click right mouse choose Create
CV

SMO(4)
> Put License Key into tab License

SMO(5)
Load license key for nodeB
SMO(6)
Then choose NextNextNextNextNext
SMO(7)
Compare difference between License Key before
and after
SMO(8)
Upgrade software for nodeB
Adjust : to synchronyze data between network element and SMO

SMO(9)
SMO(10)

Then choose NextNextNextNextNext
OSS Common Explorer (1)

OSS Common Explorer(2)
We can check status of all cell on RNC
Cabinet Viewer(1)
Cabinet Viewer(2)
The Cabinet Viewer provides the user with a tool to
easily pinpoint a hardware fault in the RBS causing
traffic disturbance. When the user receives an
indication that the service in the radio network is
degraded, the Cabinet Viewer can be launched to
quickly and easily identify the problem.
From the Cabinet Viewer the user can:
Restart the RBS or a selectable object
Lock or unlock a selectable object
Run a Hardware test on a selectable object
Refresh RBS information
Save details (about a faulty selectable object in a file)
Save logs
Cabinet Viewer(3)

Node Status Analyser (1)

Node Status Analyser (2)
The NSA is used to:
Identify a problem with an RBS
Obtain data on cause of RBS service degration
Obtain RBS and RNC related status information
(including Iub link and RBS hardware status)
Take corrective action directly via NSA
Launch other UTRAN applications if required for
more advanced problem analysis and corrective
action
Detailed information for UTRAN cells or channels is
displayed in a window at the bottom of the GUI

PCA(Planned Configuration
Administration)(1)

PCA(Planned Configuration
Administration)(2)
OSS Common Explorer displays the valid
configuration, that is, the current active radio network
configuration. Using the PCA view, the user may also
work with planned configurations that are models of
intended changes to the valid configuration. Planned
configurations are prepared with close reference to the
active network, but the changes are not made on the
network until such time as the user decides to
implement them, that is, to activate the planned
configuration.
PCA(Planned Configuration
Administration)(3)

Configuration order for a preconfigured, synchronized Network
Element (RNC)
Consistency Check (CC)(1)
The Consistency Check application is used to check
that Network Elements in the Radio Access Network
(RAN) have consistent data. If data is not consistent
between Network Elements problems in the network
can occur. Using the Consistency Check interface,
Network Elements can be checked for consistency.
This is done by applying checking Network Elements
configuration data using consistency 'rules'. The
results of a consistency check can be displayed in a
report.
The Consistency Check application is primarily used
in planned configurations to help ensure error-free
configurations. Consistency Check can be used in the
valid area also and is useful in troubleshooting the
valid configuration.

Consistency Check (CC)(2)

Consistency
Check(3)
At present, VNP2
doesnt buy this
feature.
Complete the following ste
ps to perform a consistenc
y check on Network
Elements:
1.Select Network Elements
from the list of available Net
work Elements.
2.Assign rules to apply to th
e consistency check.
3.Start the consistency chec
k (and name the report that
will contain the
results of the check).
It is possible to stop an exist
ing consistency check, as d
escribed in the section
Stop the Consistency Chec
k.
Alarm List Viewer (ALV)(1)

Alarm List Viewer (ALV)(2)

Severity Button
Alarm List Viewer (ALV)(3)
Alarm List Viewer (ALV)(4)
Each Alarm List Viewer window can consist of
any number of individual alarm lists
Each Alarm List shows the alarms for one or
several network elements divided into one or
several lists, where the sorting and filtering can
be set for each list
The most important information for each alarm is
shown in the aalrm list, with one line per alarm.
What information to show, in which width and in
which order are defined for each list
Alarm List Viewer (ALV)(5)
Save configuration.
Alarm Log Browser(1)

Alarm Log Browser(2)
Alarm Log Browser(3)
Alarm Log Browser(4)

Performance Management Subsystem (PMS)(1)

Performance Management
Subsystem (PMS)(2)
To create, schedule, suspend, resume and delete PM
measurement for WRAN and LTE RAN
Mesurement are:
- Statistical
- User Equipment Traffic Recording (UETR)
- Cell Traffic Recording (CTR)
- General Performance Event Handling (GPEH)
- Cell Trace
After each ROP period, PMS collects one statistics data
file from each NE
Data file has all perfprmance data reported by active
performance monitorring on Nes within specific ROP
Data is collected using FTP or SFTP
Performance Management Subsystem
(PMS)(3)

Performance Management Subsystem (PMS)(4)

Performance Management Subsystem (PMS)(5)

Performance Management Subsystem (PMS)(6)
Performance Management Subsystem (PMS)(7)

Performance Management Subsystem (PMS)(8)

Performance Management Subsystem (PMS)(8)
Using Total Commander login in OSS to give
this file
Ericsson Network IQ (ENIQ)
(1)

ENIQ(2)

ENIQ(3)

Central Management Console (CMC)

Central Management Console (CMC)