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± SEGW
± AAA Server
± HSN
± Layer 3 switch
± HBSC
‡ CP
‡ GEM
‡ GDM
‡ APG40
‡ Restarts
‡ How to connect to elements
‡ Routine Maintenance

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System Overview
Generic Access
to the A/Gb interfaces for GSM
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COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL
Hardware Overview
Security Gateway (SEGW)
Secure Blade Module
Chassis Management Module
Home Subscriber Server HSS

Authentication Authorisation
Accounting Server AAA server
Home Subscriber Server
‡ WLAN Subscription Manager (WSM) module.
It is the authentication server for GSM/GPRS
and WDCMA users accessing WLAN networks
by means of EAP-SIM and EAP-AKA
authentication mechanisms respectively.
Additionally, HSS offers Password
Authentication Protocol (PAP) and Challenge
Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP)
authentication mechanisms and accounting by
means of the Packet Access Manager (PAM)
function. HSS WSM is the connection point
between the WLAN hotspot and the HLR/AuC
containing the GSM/GPRS or WCDMA or both
end user subscriptions. It acts as a Remote
Authentication Dial In User Service (RADIUS)
server towards the WLAN network and
requests the authentication vectors to the
HLR/AuC with MAP standard messages
SCB-RP
Ethernet switching: 26 x 10/100 Mb/s Ethernet toward the backplane

1 x 1000Base-T Ethernet at the front

1 x 100Base-TX Ethernet at the front

1 x 100Base-TX Ethernet at the front, for maintenance only (RJ-45


connector)

SNMP-based management of the Ethernet switches for trouble shooting


purposes

-48 V DC power filtering and distribution to the backplane through


connections at the front

Supervision of incoming power feeding (A- and B-branch)

Fan supervision

Supervision of sub rack address plugs

Control of the maintenance bus in the GEM backplane

External alarm interface


Gigabit Ethernet Board (GESB)

‡ 8-port level 2 switch

‡ interconnects up to 8 GEM
Processor Module
‡ Application software is executed on
the PMs, running either Dicos or Linux
PM -E1/T1
‡ provides four E1, T1 or J1 physical
links
PMD
‡ processor board and a power board
equipped with one 147 GB, 3.5" hard
disk
PMDM
‡ processor board and a power board
equipped with one 147 GB, 3.5" hard
disk
‡ DVD reader
‡ tape streamer
HSN
Hardware
PMD-IDE PMD-IDE
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± Serves as a subrack switch and switches traffic from every position in the subrack. Also
Handles powering of the subrack via the backplain and control of the fan units.

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± The SIS holds the subrack specific SW for handling and managing the subrack. As such the
SIS cares for all communication between the blades within the subrack.
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± Used for :-
‡ Control Management of the internal interfaces
‡ Handle traffic to/from the external nodes
‡ Run Linux Virtual Server to balance the loading of the Traffic Blades

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± Provides 20 x 1Gbit Ethernet Interfaces to connect to external nodes.


Interfaces
‡ USP interface (extended registration check signalling toward HBSC
GARP cards)

‡ CLI (SSH) management/performance interface

‡ HMI Alarms (SNMP) interface

‡ HPI Provisioning interface (SOAP)


Extreme Layer 3 switch
Functions
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± The HSN permits the core network to provide differentiated charging for users based on
IMSI, AP MAC, AP IP or a combination of these. This is achieved by providing GAN-CGI
details reflecting a GAN-CGI group to the core network when the MS is under Unique
Phone coverage. In this manner different GAN CGIs that are input to the core network
can represent different charging schemes.

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± This feature enables an emergency call to be routed to the correct public safety
answering point (PSAP) in order to deliver the best possible service with the fastest
possible response.

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± The HSN also has the capability to point out the position of the calling subscriber in order
to provide the correct street address to the rescue people. In this case the L-CGI area is
used for positioning.
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± This feature permits the dynamic updating of L-CGI information in the HSN database.
This feature is useful in border areas between GERAN coverage and no-GERAN
coverage. The provisioned L-CGI information can be updated (Scrubbing) with ³better´ L-
CGI details if GERAN coverage becomes available by registration.

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± The HSN does a service ID look-up during the registration process and points out GAN
service zone information to the MS upon successful registration. This information can be
used to advertise messages to the MS about services and tariffs.

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± Blacklist and whitelists can be created for GAN access based on AP MAC,IP address or
IMSI.
± Blacklisting allows an operator to deny access to the network to a specific MS or Access
point by setting a blacklisted flag for the desired element.
± Whitelisting on the other hand permits the operator to specify the Access points a
particular subscriber (IMSI) is allowed to use when registering to GAN.
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± This feature allows subscribers to be granted permission to allow more than one AP with
different charging schemes. This feature is IMSI based and relies on service IDs.
Extreme Layer 3 Switch
VLAN¶s
‡ *+%, carries the traffic to and from the O&M LAN on the site

‡ *+' á *+' á, carries the traffic to and from the GAN and SEGW

‡ %+&- á - carries the O&M traffic for applications such as R-PMO (GPH),
ROMT/IP (STOC) and the APG40

‡ ' á+&|.'á+!| ' á+ '- carries M@H CS, PS and signalling traffic

‡ r+  r+ - carries the OSE Ethernet communication. The traffic on the VLAN
in the A-Side switch is kept separate from the traffic in the B-Side switch. The VLANs
does not carry any IP traffic
Ports and VLAN relations
SR_OM
OM_LAN 33

SR_GAN
Site_LAN 1, 49
SR_GANSS

3-6 OM_BSC APG40


45-48
27-30
GAN_CSU IGW
31-32, 34-44 PCU
Intercon GAN_PSU STIP
SR_OM (4 )
OM_LAN 33 GAN_SIG

SR_GAN LH_A
Site_LAN 1, 49
IPS_A
SR_GANSS Œ
3-6 OM_BSC APG40
45-48
27-30
GAN_CSU IGW
31-32, 34-44 PCU
Intercon GAN_PSU STIP
GAN_SIG (4 )

Tagged LH_B
IPS_B
Untagged