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SPG2800 Operation &

Maintenance Guide

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Objectives
 Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
 Familiar with the functions of the SPG2800.

 Able to provision services through the SPG.

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Contents
1. Product Description

2. Functions and Features

3. Operation & Maintenance

4. Technical Specifications

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What is the SPG?
 SPG: Service Provisioning Gateway.
 The SPG2800 is a universal service provisioning gateway in
Huawei IMS solution and it provides the service provisioning
interface to the BSS system of carriers.

 When the SPG2800 receives a service request from the BSS


through the northbound interface (NBI), it converts the request
to one or more ME-specific service requests and sends them to
the corresponding MEs through the southbound interface (SBI).
After receiving the service processing results from these MEs,
the SPG2800 encapsulates these results and sends them to
the BSS.

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Networking and Application of the SPG2800
 The SPG2800 consists of the
BSS
Service following two parts:
distribution Portal
and service system  Service provisioning system
flow system
 Portal system
Itf-1 Itf-2  The MEs, such as HSS, ATS,
SPG2800 MediaX, and eSpace can
Service connect to the SPG2800.
provisioning
system

Administ
rator
Portal

Itf-3
Itf-1:SOAP+WSDL
MEs
Itf-2:HTTP+HTTPS

ME1 ME2 MEn HSS Itf-3: SOAP/MML/TL1/XML

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System Architecture of the SPG2800

The SPG2800 system consists of


the following three layers:
 NBI
 SBI
 Intermediate layer (other
components)

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IMS Service Provisioning Solution
 According to the enhanced telecom operations map (eTOM) model of the TeleManagement
Forum (TMF), the service provisioning process can be divided into the following layers:

Customer relationship management: This layer is business-oriented and accomplishes pricing,


service sales, and order processing.

Service management and operation: This layer provides a uniform service-oriented view, shields
the specific network resources that support services, and completes the configuration and
activation based on a service unit.

Resource management and operation: This layer is directly oriented to various network
resources in the network. It provides the configuration and activation of network resources.

 The SPG2800 is located in the resource management and operation layer. It provides universal
service provisioning for the core network components in the IMS solution.

 The SPG2800 works as the universal service provisioning gateway in the IMS solution,
providing flexible integration capabilities. Through the service provisioning interface of the
SPG2800, carriers or other service providers can integrate the IMS components to their own
service management systems.

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IMS Service Provisioning Solution (Position of the
SPG in the eTOM)
Customer

Execution

Huawei partner or carrier


Service sales and
Customer relationship management customization
Service
customization

Service management and operation Service configuration

Service Service Service


configuration configuration configuration
and activation and activation and activation
Resource Resource Resource
Resource management and operation
configuration configuration configuration
Resource

Huawei
Resource configuration
Resource and activation
configuration
configuration
and activation
TMF eTOM and activation

Application layer
Core network
Access network

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Contents
1. Product Description

2. Functions and Features

3. Operation & Maintenance

4. Technical Specifications

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Logging in to the SPG Web Portal
 Login address: http://IP:8888/spg

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SPG Functions
System
management Service
configuration
SPG

Service
Batch
provisioning management

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System Management (1)

Domain
-based
policy

User-
based
policy

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System Management (2)
System Management includes the following five sections:
 Security Management
 User Management : It enables you to add or remove user accounts
and set user passwords.
 BSS Access Management: The SPG controls the access of the BSS
users to the SPG through the ACL.
 Local Configuration Management
 IP Address Management: It enables you to configure the IP
addresses of the NBI, SBI, and Portal.
 NTP Server Management
 Backup Management: It enables you to perform a local or automatic
backup.
 System Parameter Management: It enables you to configure the
copyright declaration and session timeout.
 License Management
 It enables you to upload, activate, remove, and query information
about a license file.
 Log Management
 Space Management
 Table Space Management: It enables you to manage data about
table spaces in the database, including system logs, security logs,
and service logs.

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Domain Management
The Domain Management node is visible only for the
domain-based policy.

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License Management
License Management enables you to upload, remove, activate, and query the control items of a
license file. When a license fails to be activated, this license is automatically rolled back.

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Local Configuration Management (1)
 Local Configuration Management includes IP
Address Management, NTP Server Management,
and Backup Management.
 The commands related to NTP server management
and backup management are removed from the
OMU client; however the commands related to IP
address management can still be executed on the
OMU client.
 The commands related to module management,
setting of installation parameters, and system
switchover are required must be executed on the
OMU client.
 The System Parameter Management includes
session timeout management and copyright
declaration management.

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Local Configuration Management (2)
 IP Address
Management
enables you to
add, change,
delete, and query
the IP addresses
of the NBI, SBI,
and Portal.

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Local Configuration Management (3)
Backup Management includes Automatic Backup Policy and Manual Backup

 Automatic Backup
Policy

 FTP mode

 SFTP mode

 Manual Backup:

 Local backup

 Network backup

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Local Configuration Management (4)
NTP Server Management enables you to set the time synchronization server to
ensure that the SPG synchronizes the system time with the server.

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Local Configuration Management (5)
System Parameter Management enables you to configure the copyright
declaration and session idle limit.
 Only user in the
administrator user group
logged in through Portal
can modify the information
in local configuration
management.
 The timeout duration is
measured in minute.
Minimum: 5 minutes
Maximum: 1440 minutes
 The detailed
information of copyright
declaration can be
configured and modified.

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Log Management

Log Management enables you to manage the Security Log,


System Log, Service Log, and Service Log Statistics.

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Space Management
Space Management enables you to query the usage of the table space and set the
threshold of the table space for data dump at a specified interval.

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Service Configuration
 Service Configuration includes the following three
sections:
 ME Management
 ME Version Management and ME Management
 Service Provisioning Management
 Importing, exporting, removing, and activating
the service flow
 Configuring the redundancy policy, including
adding, modifying, and removing an ME group,
and setting the redundancy policy of an ME
group
 Policy Management
 User Policy Management and iFC Policy
Management

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ME Management

 After adding
an ME on the
SPG, the
corresponding
command
interface of
this ME is
automatically
generated.

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Redundancy Management
 The HSS works in
active/standby
mode.
 The ATS works in
active/standby or
data-sharing
mode.

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Service Provisioning
 The SPG analyzes the commands issued by the BSS system and processes the
corresponding service flow. Then, the SPG returns the processing results to the
BSS system and save these results.

 Service
Provisioning
requires that the
corresponding
procedure
package to be
installed on the
SPG.
Batch Management
Batch Task enables you to perform a batch of tasks at a time through MML commands.

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Batch Management
Bulk Task enables you to process ATS atomic commands and ATS combination
commands in batches.

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Contents
1. Product Description

2. Functions and Features

3. Operation & Maintenance

4. Technical Specifications

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Service Provisioning Process (1)
In the service provisioning process, the SPG breaks down a combination command received
from the Portal or BSS into one or more atomic commands and sends them to MEs.
 The encapsulation of services simplifies the service provisioning process.

 To process a service request from the Portal or BSS, the SPG needs to communicate with multiple MEs
more than once and returns the service processing results to the Portal or BSS.

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Service Provisioning Process (2)
1. The BSS sends a service request to the SPG through the NBI.
2. The SPG performs ACL authentication and user authentication. (If ACL
authentication or user authentication fails, the SPG returns a failure
response to the BSS.)
3. The SPG breaks down the service request into atomic commands.
4. The SPG sends these atomic commands to the corresponding MEs
through the SBI.
5. The SPG receives the service processing results from each ME.
6. After receiving the service processing results from each ME, the SPG
determines whether to combine these service processing results and
send to the BSS or continue with the service flow. If the SPG continues
to break the service results into parts, it performs step 3.
7. The SPG combines the service processing results to the BSS.

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Configuring the SPG Data (1)

Configuring the SPG data on the OMU is simple.

Object Navigation Tree


OMS2600
Hardware ADD RACK
management
ADD SUBRACK

ADD BRD

SPG ADD Module

SET SPGADDR

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Configuring the SPG Data (2)
 Step 1 Configure the hardware data.
 ADD RACK: RN=0, RNM="basic rack", POSNUM=0, ROWNUM=0,
COLNUM=0, MOG="public";
 ADD SUBRACK: SRN=0, RN=0, PN=0, SBVER=T8280, SWFBRDT=SWU0,
SWBBRDT=SWI0, SRNNM="subrack0", MOG="public";
 ADD BRD: SRN=0, SN=0, METYPE=SPG, FBRDHTYP=UPB0,
BBRDHTYP=USI1, APPTYPE=SPSPG, MOG="public";
Note: There is only one application type for the SPG: SPSPG.

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Configuring the SPG Data (3)
 Step 2 Upload the SPG adaptation package.

 Step3 Configure the SPG.


 ADD ME: MEID=50, MENAME="SPGR3C00", METYPE=SPG,
MEVER="V100R003C00";
 Step 4 Configure the SPG module.
 ADD MODULE: MID=1, MT=SPGSPU, RN=0, PN=0, SN1=0, SN2=2,
MNAME="spgspu";
 Note: There is only one process for the SPG: SPGSPU.

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Configuring Data for Interworking with MEs

 The SPG
communicates
with MEs
through the
SBI and IP
address.

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Creating AS Addresses
Set the iFC policy so that a proper AS can be contacted.

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User Policy

 Modify the
default user
policy.

 Add a user
policy.

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Domain-Based Policy

 Add a
domain-
based policy
for NBI
users.

 Add a user-
based policy
for the
Portal users.

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Importing an iFC Policy
 Import an iFC policy in the SPG.

In the iFC policy, the addresses of ASs that the SPG can contact, the service
correlation, and the service processing mechanism are set.

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Importing a Service Flow File
 Importing a service flow file to the SPG.

After the service flow file is imported, the service operation commands are generated
and displayed on the Service Provisioning Management interface.

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Configuring Data for Interworking Between the SPG
and the BSS

Security Management The user name and password must be


the same as those set on the BSS.
The IP address of the BSS must be in the ACL
BSS Access Management
of the SPG.

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System Management
System Management includes Security Management, Local Configuration Management,
License Management, Log Management, and Space Management.

 Security
Management

 Local
Configuration
Management

 License
Management

 Log Management

 Space
Management

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System Management
 User Management
 It enables you to add or remove a user password. The external system can connect to the SPG2800 as a
specific user.
 User Authentication
 It enables the SPG to perform ACL authentication on the BSS user, to ensure that the BSS user is
legitimate.
 Rights Management
 It enables you to add or modify operation rights.
 License Management
 It enables you to upload, activate, remove, and query information about a license file.
 Local Configuration Management
 It enables you to configure the IP addresses of the NBI, SBI, and Portal, the NTP server, and the copyright
declaration and session timeout, and perform a local or automatic backup.
 Log Management
 It enables you to query or export operation records logged by the system.
 Transmission Security
 The NBI and Portal support the HTTPS protocol that secures the transmission of messages.

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Issuing Atomic Commands
When an ME version is added, the corresponding ME interface is generated. You
can click an ME instance (indicated by ME Name) to open the ME interface, on
which you can send atomic commands.

 ME
instance
interface

 Atomic
command
interface

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Issuing Combination Commands
The SPG breaks down a combination command to atomic commands and
sends them to the corresponding MEs based on the service flow. Then, the
SPG returns the service processing results to the BSS and logs them.

 Combination
command
interface

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Batch Task
Batch Task enables you to define a batch of subscribers or provision a
batch of services at a time.

 Batch Task
interface

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Bulk Task
Bulk Task enables you to define a batch of subscribers or provision a batch of
services at a time.

 Bulk Task
interface

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Contents
1. Product Description

2. Functions and Features

3. Operation & Maintenance

4. Technical Specifications

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Technical Specifications
Category Item Value
Maximum number of ME versions 64
Maximum number of MEs 64
Maximum number of system logs One million
Maximum number of security logs One million
Maximum number of operation logs Three million (excluding the logs generated after running
the ME commands for service flows)
Maximum number of Portal accounts 500

Storage Maximum number of BSS accounts 100


capacity
Maximum number of customized roles 100
Maximum number of customized user groups 100
Maximum number of ACL records 1000s
Maximum number of northbound IP addresses 16

Maximum number of batch processing tasks Batch tasks: 256; Bulk tasks: 256

Maximum number of user distribution policies 1000


Maximum number of iFC policies 1024 groups with 256 records in each group
Maximum number of concurrently logged in 100
Portal clients
Processing
Maximum number of concurrent northbound 30
capability
connections
Maximum number of concurrent batch tasks 10

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