Thursday, 3 December 2015

LTE Operating Guide ( Huawei)

T01  Basic Features

T01-01  Network Initial Configuration - LTE (WOFD-186300)

T01-0101  Creating a Single eNodeB on the CME GUI

Objective
Test the function of creating a single eNodeB on the CME graphical user interface (GUI).
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > LTE Application > Create Base Station from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose LTE Application > Create Base Station from the menu bar.
The Create Base Station dialog box is displayed.
2.        In the displayed dialog box, set Product Type, Subnet, NE Name, NE ID, NE Version, FDD/TDD Mode, Cabinet Type, NE Template, and Radio Template, and click Next.
A progress bar about eNodeB creation is displayed and a message “Operation succeeded” is displayed.
3.        Click Finish.
4.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE, right-click the created eNodeB, and choose Carrier Resource Management from the shortcut menu.
The Carrier Resource Management window is displayed.
5.        Right-click in the Cell configuration and choose Create LTE Cell from the shortcut menu.
The Create LTE Cell dialog box is displayed.
6.        In the displayed dialog box, set Local Cell ID, Cell Name, Frequency band, Downlink EARFCN, Uplink bandwidth, Downlink bandwidth, Cell ID, Physical cell ID, Cell FDD TDD indication, Root sequence index, Cell transmission and reception mode, and Template. Then, click OK.
The new cell is displayed in the Cell configuration area.
7.        Click  to connect cell and sector Equipment
The line of cell sector equipment is displayed.
8.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE, right-click the created eNodeB and choose Check Data from the shortcut menu.
In the lower area, detailed check results are displayed on the Rule Check and Integrity Check tab pages.
9.        If errors occur during the check, reconfigure data based on the error information displayed in the lower part of the window in sequence and repeat Step 8 until all data passes the check.

10.      In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE, right-click the created eNodeB and choose Export NE Files from the shortcut menu.
The Export NE Files dialog box is displayed.
11.      Set export path, check flags, Available Base Stations and click OK.
After the script export progress reaches 100%, a message indicating that the script file is successfully exported and the file path link are displayed in the Export NE Files tab pages.
12.      (Optional) The NE files to NEs using the PNP at the remote end, the LMT, or the USB disk.
The files are successfully activated on the NE.
Remarks
l   In Step2, the Product Type of an eNodeB is similar to base station model_LTE.
l   In Step2,  after the base station is created, an option “Open the work flow for created base stations after closing the wizard” is displayed and selected by default.  Click Finish. The workflow provides guidance for beginners to configure other base station device, transport, and radio data.
l   In Step 9, the expected results are displayed based on the check flags that you have set.
l   In Step 10, rule check errors must be corrected and integrity check errors are corrected based on your requirements.
Internal No.
T01-0101

T01-0102  Creating eNodeBs in batches

Objective
Test the function of creating eNodeBs in batches by using a default or customized summary data file to import data.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Customize Summary Data File from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Customize Summary Data File from the menu bar.
The Open dialog box is displayed.
2.        Select Default, set Scene to GBTS/NodeB/eNodeB Base Station Summary, select eNodeB, and set Base Station Version in sequence.
In the Template area, the default summary data files that apply to the current base station version are displayed.
3.        Read the descriptions, select a proper summary data file, and click OK.
The selected summary data file is successfully opened.”Customize Summary File” are displayed.
4.        (Optional) Click  on the toolbar.
The Create Empty Sheet dialog box is displayed.
5.        (Optional) Set Name, select List or Pattern, and click OK.
A new tab page whose name is the same as the value of Name is displayed in the upper right part
6.        (Optional) Select the new tab page in the right, type the tab page name to search for the tap page in the navigation tree, select the tab page, click  on the toolbar of the tab page.
The selected objects are added to the new tab page.
Repeat Step 4 through Step 6 to complete customizing the summary data file.
7.        (Optional) If errors occur during the check, reconfigure data based on the error information displayed in the lower part of the window in sequence and repeat Step 8 until all data passes the check.
The Information dialog box is displayed.;If errors occur during the check,The Warning dialog box is displayed .In the lower area, detailed check results are displayed on the Rule Check and Integrity Check tab pages.
8.        Click  on the toolbar to save the customized summary data file.
The Save dialog box is displayed.
9.        Click  on the toolbar to check data validity of the summary data file.
The Information dialog box is displayed.
Click OK.
In the Rule check area in the lower right part, the details about check results are displayed.
10.      Select a save path for the file, set File Name, and click Save.
After the file is saved, the Confirm dialog box is displayed.
11.      Click Yes.
The customized summary data file is closed.
12.      Open the summary file that you have saved from its save path, configure data about eNodeBs, and save the data.

13.      [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > LTE Application > Import Data > Import Base Station Summary Data….
[Application Style] On the client, choose LTE Application > Import Data > Import Base Station Summary Data… from the menu bar.
The Import Base Station Summary Data dialog box is displayed.
14.      Select an eNodeB summary data file and click Next.
The CME starts parsing NEs, and then displays a list of NEs whose data you want to import.
15.      Select the NEs whose data you want to import and click Next.
The CME starts importing data about selected NEs and displays a message indicating a successful operation after the import.
16.      (Optional) If errors occur during the import, reconfigure data based on the error information displayed in report in sequence and repeat Step 15until import successfully.

17.      Click Finish.
In the view in the left pane of the planned data area, click Base Station and click LTE.
The new eNodeBs are displayed.
18.      [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Check Data from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Check Data from the menu bar.
The Check Data dialog box is displayed.
19.      In the displayed dialog box, set Check flags, select base stations, and click OK.
In the lower area, detailed check results are displayed on the Rule Check and Integrity Check tab pages.
20.      If errors occur during the check, reconfigure data based on the error information displayed on the tab pages in sequence and repeat steps 18 and 19 until no error occurs.

21.      [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Export NE Files from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Export NE Files from the menu bar.
The Export NE Files dialog box is displayed.
22.      In the Export NE Files dialog box, set Path, Check flags, select Available Base Stations, and click OK.
After the script export progress reaches 100%, a message indicating that the script file is successfully exported and the file path link are displayed in the Export NE Files tab pages.
23.      (Optional) The NE files using the PNP at the remote end, the LMT, or the USB disk.
The files are successfully activated on the NE.
Remarks
l   If the default summary data file meets your requirements, you can skip Steps 4, 5, and 6.
l   In Step 19, the expected results are displayed based on the check flags that you have set.
l   In Step 20, rule check errors must be corrected and integrity check errors are corrected based on your requirements.
Internal No.
T01-0102

T01-0103  Creating eNodeBs in Batches (SRAN9.0 Secure Configuration)

Objective
To verify that the CME allows you to create eNodeBs in batches by using a customized secure summary data file to import data.
Prerequisites
l  You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l  You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l  You have opened the planned data area.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.      [Traditional Style]: On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Customize Summary Data File from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Customize Summary Data File from the menu bar.
The Open dialog box is displayed.
2.      Select Default, set Scenario to GBTS/NodeB/eNodeB Summary, select eNodeB, and set Base Station Version to BTS3900 V100R009 in sequence.
In the Template area, the default summary data files that apply to the current base station version are displayed.
3.      Select an IP over FE summary for EndPoint data file and click OK.
The selected summary data file is successfully opened.
4.      Click  on the toolbar.
The Select Scenario dialog box is displayed.
5.      Select Transport Security Wizard and click OK.
The Customize Transport Security Data wizard is displayed.
6.      On the PKI deployment-Certificate Use page, select No in the Certificate is used? area and click Next.
The IPSec deployment-IPsec Use page is displayed.
7.      Select Yes in the IPsec is used? area and click Next.
The IPSec deployment-SeGW Security Info Set page is displayed.
8.      On the IPSec deployment-SeGW Security Info Set page, click , configure security algorithm information about security gateways, and click Next.
A security gateway record is added and the IPSec deployment-IPSec tunnel Set page is displayed.
9.      (Optional) Repeat step 8 if you need to configure multiple security gateway security records.

10.    On the IPSec deployment-IPsec tunnel Set page, click , configure Slot No. deployed with IPsec Tunnel, Port No. deployed with IPsec Tunnel, Sequence Number of IPsec tunnel, and Sequence number of SeGW corresponding to this tunnel, and click Next.
An IPSec tunnel record is added and the Summary page is displayed.
11.    (Optional) Repeat step 10 if you need to configure multiple IPSec tunnel records.

12.    Click Finish.

13.    Click  on the toolbar to save the customized summary data file.
The Save dialog box is displayed.
14.    Select a save path for the file, set File Name, and click Save.
After the file is saved, the Confirm dialog box is displayed.
15.    Click Yes.
The customized summary data file is closed.
16.    Navigate to the save path in step 14, open the saved summary data file, plan data of multiple eNodeBs, and save the file.

17.   [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > LTE Application > Import Data > Import Base Station Summary Data from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose LTE Application > Import Data > Import Base Station Summary Data from the menu bar.
The Import Base Station Summary Data dialog box is displayed.
18.    Select an eNodeB summary data file and click Next.
The CME starts parsing NEs, and then displays a list of NEs whose data you want to import.
19.    Select the NEs whose data you want to import and click Next.
The CME starts importing data about selected NEs and displays a message indicating an successful operation after the import.
20.    (Optional) If errors occur during the import, reconfigure data based on the error information displayed in the report in sequence and repeat Step 17 until export successfully.

21.    Click Finish.
In the view in the left pane of the planned data area, click Base Station and click LTE. The new eNodeBs are displayed.
22.    [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Check Data from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Check Data from the menu bar.
The Check Data dialog box is displayed.
23.    In the displayed dialog box, set Check flags, select base stations, and click OK.
In the lower area, detailed check results are displayed on the Rule Check and Integrity Check tab pages.
24.    If errors occur during the check, reconfigure data based on the error information displayed on the tab pages in sequence and repeat steps 22 and 23 until no error occurs.

25.    [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Export NE Files from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Export NE Files from the menu bar.
The Export NE Files dialog box is displayed.
26.    In the Export NE Files dialog box, set Check flags, select Available Base Stations, and click OK.
After the script export progress reaches 100%, a message indicating that the script file is successfully exported and the file path link are displayed in the Export NE Files dialog box.
27.    (Optional) The NE files using the PNP at the remote end, the LMT, or the USB disk.
The files are successfully activated on the NE.
Remarks
l  If the default security summary data file meets site requirements, skip steps 4 to 12.
l  Only the PSK mode is selected in step 6. If you need to configure the PKI, select Yes.
l  In step 12, before you click Finish, you can click the hypertext to view the security configuration report.
l  In step 23, the expected results are displayed based on the check flags that you have set.
l  In step 24, rule check errors must be corrected and integrity check errors are corrected based on your requirements.
Internal No.
T01-0103


T01-0104  Creating a Neighbor Relationship by Configuring the Navigation Tree

Objective
Test the function of creating a neighboring relationship by configuring the navigation tree.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of an eNodeB is available.
l   At least one cell is created under the eNodeB.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Cell > LTE, select the eNodeB to which you want to add neighbor relationships, click Object Group, and choose Global Radio LTE > ExternalCell > Eutran External Cell.
The window for configuring external cells is displayed.
2.        Click  in the upper right part of the configuration window to add a new configuration record. In the record, set Mobile country code, Mobile network code, eNodeB ID, Cell ID, Downlink EARFCN, Uplink EARFCN, Physical cell ID, and Tracking area code. Then, click  in the upper right part of the configuration window.
An EUTRAN external cell is added.

3.        Click Object Group tab and choose Cell Radio LTE > EutranCell > EutranInterNFreq.
The window for configuring inter-frequency adjacent EUTRAN frequencies is displayed.
4.        Click  in the upper right part of the configuration window to add a configuration record. Then, set Local cell ID, Downlink EARFCN, and Measurement bandwidth.
An inter-frequency adjacent EUTRAN frequency is added.

5.        Click Object Group tab and choose Cell Radio LTE > EutranCell > EutranInterFreqNCell.
The window for configuring inter-frequency neighbor relationships is displayed.
6.        Click  in the upper right part of the configuration window to add a configuration record. Then, set Local cell ID, Mobile country code, Mobile network code, eNodeB ID, and Cell ID. Then, click  in the upper right part of the configuration window.

An inter-frequency neighbor relationship is added.

7.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE, right-click the eNodeB to which you want to add neighbor relationships, and choose Check Data from the shortcut menu.
In the lower area, detailed check results are displayed on the Rule Check and Integrity Check tab pages.
8.        If errors occur during the check, reconfigure data based on the error information displayed in the lower part of the window in sequence and repeat Step 7 until all data passes the check.

9.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE, right-click the eNodeB to which you want to add neighbor relationships, and choose Export NE Files from the shortcut menu.
The Export NE Files dialog box is displayed.
10.      Set the path for saving the full script file, check flags, Available Base Stations and click OK.
After the script export progress reaches 100%, a message indicating that the script file is successfully exported and the file path link are displayed in the Export NE Files tab pages.
11.      (Optional) The NE files using the PNP at the remote end, the LMT, or the USB disk.
The files are successfully activated on the NE.
Remarks
l   In the preceding steps, adding inter-frequency neighboring cells is used as an example. You can refer to online help to add intra-RAT intra-frequency neighboring cells and cells of other RATs, such as UMTS and GSM.
l   In Step 7, the expected results are displayed based on the check flags that you have set.
l   In Step 8, rule check errors must be corrected and integrity check errors are corrected based on your requirements.
Internal No.
T01-0104

T01-0105  Creating Neighbor Relationships in Batches by Importing Network Planning Data

Objective
Test the function of creating neighbor relationships in batches by importing network planning data.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have logged in to the CME client and synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of an eNodeB is available.
l   The radio network planning table contains the LTE inter-frequency neighbor relationships that you want to add.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        [Traditional Style] On the CME client, choose CME > LTE Application > Import Data > Import Radio Network Planning Data from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the CME client, choose LTE Application > Import Data > Import Radio Network Planning Data from the menu bar.
The Import Radio Network Planning Data dialog box is displayed.
2.        Click Add, select the proper table of radio network planning data, and click Next.
The CME starts processing data, and then displays a list of NEs whose data you want to import.
3.        Select the NEs whose data you want to import and click Next.
The window for selecting radio network planning data objects is displayed.
4.        On the External Cell and Neighboring Cell Relation tab page, select EutraExternalCell, EutranInterFreqNCell, and EutranInterNFreq, and click Next.
The CME starts importing data and displays a message indicating a successful operation after the import.
5.        Click Finish.
You can view that data of selected NEs and objects is updated by configuring the navigation tree.
6.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Check Data from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Check Data from the menu bar.
The Check Data dialog box is displayed.
7.        In the displayed dialog box, set Check flags, select base stations, and click OK.
In the lower area, detailed check results are displayed on the Rule Check and Integrity Check tab pages.
8.        If errors occur during the check, reconfigure data based on the error information displayed on the tab pages in sequence and repeat steps 6 and 7 until no error occurs.

9.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Export NE Files from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Export NE Files from the menu bar.
The Export NE Files dialog box is displayed.
10.      In the Export NE Files dialog box, set Check flags, select Available Base Stations, and click OK.
After the script export progress reaches 100%, a message indicating that the script file is successfully exported and the file path link are displayed in the Export NE Files tab pages.
11.      (Optional) The NE files using the PNP at the remote end, the LMT, or the USB disk.
The files are successfully activated on the NE.
Remarks
l   In the preceding steps, adding inter-frequency neighboring LTE cells is used as an example. You can refer to online help to add intra-frequency neighboring cells and cells of other RATs, such as UMTS and GSM.
l   In Step 7, the expected results are displayed based on the check flags that you have set.
l   In Step 8, rule check errors must be corrected and integrity check errors are corrected based on your requirements.
Internal No.
T01-0105

T01-02  Network Reconfiguration - LTE (WOFD-186310)

T01-0201  Configuring Device Data by Configuring the Navigation Tree

Objective
Test the function of reconfiguring eNodeB device data by configuring the navigation tree.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of an eNodeB has been synchronized from the current data area and is available.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE and select the NE that you want to configure. Click the Object Group sheet, and choose Equipment > Common Information > Cabinet from the navigation tree.
A window is displayed for you to configure cabinets.
2.        In the upper right part of the displayed window, click , set Cabinet No., type cabinet description, set Cabinet Type, and click .
A cabinet record is added.
3.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE, right-click the eNodeB that you want to configure, and choose Check Data from the shortcut menu.
In the lower area, detailed check results are displayed on the Rule Check and Integrity Check tab pages.
4.        If errors occur during the check, reconfigure data based on the error information displayed on the tab pages in sequence and repeat step 3 until no error occurs.

5.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Area Management > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
The Export Incremental Scripts dialog box is displayed.
6.        Specify the save path of the incremental scripts you want to export and select Launch script executor only. Then, click OK.
The incremental script is successfully exported and the script executor is started.
7.        In the Script Executor window, right-click the project and select Activate Project.
The Confirm window is displayed to show “This operation will deliver the script to NEs to take effect and may affect the services on the live network. Are you sure you want to continue?”
8.        Select Yes and CME begins to activate the project.
The script is activated.
Remarks
l   In Step 3, the expected results are displayed based on the check flags that you have set.
l   In Step 4, rule check errors must be corrected and integrity check errors are corrected based on your requirements.
l   In Step 7, If NE Version is equal to or later than V100R009C00SPC100, CME will info the service interruption confirm for some modifications, like updating BBP. If you confirm the service impact, select Step 8 to activate script; if not, select No to break the operation.
Internal No.
T01-0201

T01-0202  Configuring Device Data on a Device Panel

Objective
Test the function of configuring eNodeB device data on a device panel.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of an eNodeB has been synchronized from the current data area and is available.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE, select the NE that you want to configure, and choose Device Panel from the shortcut menu.
The device panel is displayed.
2.        In the right pane of the device panel, click Add Cabinet.
The Add Cabinet dialog box is displayed.
3.        Set Cabinet No. and Cabinet Type and click OK.
The cabinet is added.
4.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE, right-click the eNodeB that you want to configure and choose Check Data from the shortcut menu.
In the lower area, detailed check results are displayed on the Rule Check and Integrity Check tab pages.
5.        If errors occur during the check, reconfigure data based on the error information displayed on the tab pages in sequence and repeat step 4 until no error occurs.

6.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Area Management > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
The Export Incremental Scripts dialog box is displayed.
7.        Specify the save path of the incremental scripts you want to export and select Launch script executor only. Then, click OK.
The incremental script is successfully exported and the script executor is started.
8.        In the Script Executor window, right-click the project and select Activate Project.
The Confirm window is displayed to show “This operation will deliver the script to NEs to take effect and may affect the services on the live network. Are you sure you want to continue?”
9.        Select Yes and CME begins to activate the project.
The script is activated.
Remarks
l   Adding a cabinet is used as an example in the preceding steps. On the device panel, you can reconfigure device data, such as data about cabinets, subracks, boards, clocks, time zones, RF units, ports, and common data.
l   In Step 4, the expected results are displayed based on the check flags that you have set.
l   In Step 5, rule check errors must be corrected and integrity check errors are corrected based on your requirements.
l   In Step 8, If NE Version is equal to or later than V100R009C00SPC100, CME will info the service interruption confirm for some modifications, like updating BBP. If you confirm the service impact, select Step 9 to activate script; if not, select No to break the operation.
Internal No.
T01-0202

T01-0203  Expanding Transport Capacity by Configuring the Navigation Tree

Objective
Test the function of expanding cell bandwidth by configuring the navigation tree.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of an eNodeB has been synchronized from the current data area and is available.
l   The uplink and downlink bandwidths of a cell of the eNodeB are 10 MHz.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE, select the eNodeB that you want to configure, click the Object Group sheet, and choose Cell Radio LTE > Cell Basic Information > Cell from the navigation tree.
A window is displayed for you to configure cells.
2.        In the displayed window, select the cell record that you want to expand bandwidth. Then, in the right pane of the window, set both Uplink Bandwidth and Downlink Bandwidth to 20M. Click  in the upper area of the configuration window.
The bandwidth of the cell is expanded.
3.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE, right-click the eNodeB that you want to configure and choose Check Data from the shortcut menu.
In the lower area, detailed check results are displayed on the Rule Check and Integrity Check tab pages.
4.        If errors occur during the check, reconfigure data based on the error information displayed on the tab pages in sequence and repeat step 3 until no error occurs.

5.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Area Management > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
The Export Incremental Scripts dialog box is displayed.
6.        Specify the save path of the incremental scripts you want to export and select Launch script executor only. Then, click OK.
The incremental script is successfully exported and the script executor is started.
7.        In the Script Executor window, right-click the project and select Activate Project.
The Confirm window is displayed to show “This operation will deliver the script to NEs to take effect and may affect the services on the live network. Are you sure you want to continue?”
8.        Select Yes and CME begins to activate the project.
The script is activated.
Remarks
l   Expanding cell bandwidth is used as an example in the preceding steps. From the navigation tree, you can accordingly expand the transport capacity by modifying the physical transmission bandwidth, mobility management entity (MME) connection, and serving gateway (S-GW) connection, including the data of the physical layer, data link layer, network layer, and transport layer.
l   In Step 3, the expected results are displayed based on the check flags that you have set.
l   In Step 4, rule check errors must be corrected and integrity check errors are corrected based on your requirements.
l   In Step 7, If NE Version is equal to or later than V100R009C00SPC100, CME will info the service interruption confirm for some modifications, like updating the Bandwidth of Cell. If you confirm the service impact, select Step 8 to activate script; if not, select No to break the operation.
Internal No.
T01-0203

T01-0204  Configuring Transport Data by Configuring the Navigation Tree

Objective
Test the function of configuring transport data by configuring the navigation tree on the GUI.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of an eNodeB has been synchronized from the current data area and is available.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE, select the eNodeB that you want to configure, click the Object Group sheet, and choose Transport > Network Layer Information > Device IP Address from the navigation tree.
,the Device IP Address window is displayed.
2.        In the upper right area of the displayed window, click , type information including IP address in the right pane of the window, and click .
A device IP address record is added.
3.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE, right-click the eNodeB that you want to configure and choose Check Data from the shortcut menu.
In the lower area, detailed check results are displayed on the Rule Check and Integrity Check tab pages.
4.        If errors occur during the check, reconfigure data based on the error information displayed on the tab pages in sequence and repeat step 3 until no error occurs.

5.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Area Management > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
The Export Incremental Scripts dialog box is displayed.
6.        Specify the save path of the incremental scripts you want to export and select Launch script executor only. Then, click OK.
The incremental script is successfully exported and the script executor is started.
7.        In the Script Executor window, right-click the project and select Activate Project.
The Confirm window is displayed to show “This operation will deliver the script to NEs to take effect and may affect the services on the live network. Are you sure you want to continue?”
8.        Select Yes and CME begins to activate the project.
The script is activated.
Remarks
l   Adding the network data for transport is used as an example in the preceding steps. From the navigation tree, you can accordingly reconfigure the transport data, such as adding base station co-transmission configuration, reconfiguring remote maintenance channels and IP address of the clock server, including the data of the physical layer, data link layer, network layer, transport layer, and algorithm.
l   In Step 3, the expected results are displayed based on the check flags that you have set.
l   In Step 4, rule check errors must be corrected and integrity check errors are corrected based on your requirements.
l   In Step 7, If NE Version is equal to or later than V100R009C00SPC100, CME will info the service interruption confirm for some modifications, like removing Device IP Address. If you confirm the service impact, select Step 8 to activate script; if not, select No to break the operation.
Internal No.
T01-0204

T01-0205  Configuring Global Radio Data by Configuring the Navigation Tree

Objective
Test the function of configuring global radio data by configuring the navigation tree on the GUI.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of an eNodeB has been synchronized from the current data area and is available.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE, select the eNodeB that you want to configure, click the Object Group sheet, and choose Global Radio LTE > Global Algorithm Information > ENodeBAlgoSwitch from the navigation tree
The ENodeBAlgoSwitch window is displayed.
2.        In the displayed window, reconfigure the parameters of eNodeB algorithm switch objects. Then, click  in the upper area of the window.
The information about eNodeB algorithm switch is changed.
3.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE, right-click the eNodeB that you want to configure and choose Check Data from the shortcut menu.
In the lower area, detailed check results are displayed on the Rule Check and Integrity Check tab pages.
4.        If errors occur during the check, reconfigure data based on the error information displayed on the tab pages in sequence and repeat step 3 until no error occurs.

5.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Area Management > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
The Export Incremental Scripts dialog box is displayed.
6.        Specify the save path of the incremental scripts you want to export and select Launch script executor only. Then, click OK.
The incremental script is successfully exported and the script executor is started.
7.        In the Script Executor window, right-click the project and select Activate Project.
The Confirm window is displayed to show “This operation will deliver the script to NEs to take effect and may affect the services on the live network. Are you sure you want to continue?”
8.        Select Yes and CME begins to activate the project.
The script is activated.
Remarks
l   Updating the eNodeB algorithm switch is used as an example in the preceding steps. From the navigation tree, you can accordingly reconfigure eNodeB global radio parameters, including cell basic information, global algorithm parameters, operator basic parameters, handover parameters, external cells, and interface information.
l   In Step 3, the expected results are displayed based on the check flags that you have set.
l   In Step 4, rule check errors must be corrected and integrity check errors are corrected based on your requirements.
l   In Step 7, If NE Version is equal to or later than V100R009C00SPC100, CME will info the service interruption confirm for some modifications, like updating the LcsSwitch parameter in ENodeBAlgoSwitch. If you confirm the service impact, select Step 8 to activate script; if not, select No to break the operation.
Internal No.
T01-0205

T01-0206  Configuring Global Radio Data (Batch Modification Center)

Objective
Test the function of configuring global radio data in batches by using the batch modification center.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of an eNodeB has been synchronized from the current data area and is available.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        ,In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE, select the eNodeB that you want to configure, click the Object Group sheet, and choose Global Radio LTE > Global Algorithm Information > ENodeBAlgoSwitch from the navigation tree..
The ENodeBAlgoSwitch window is displayed.
2.        Right-click in the displayed window and choose Batch Modification from the shortcut menu.
The Bulk Modification Wizard dialog box is displayed.
3.        Set the value of Selected by, select the NEs that you want to reconfigure, and click Next.
The Select Parameters window is displayed.
4.        Select the parameters that you want to reconfigure, change their values, and click Next.
The CME starts reconfiguring the parameters and displays the result after the reconfiguration is complete.
5.        Click Finish.
You can view that data of the eNodeB algorithm switch object of selected NEs is updated by configuring the navigation tree.
6.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Check Data from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Check Data from the menu bar.
The Check Data dialog box is displayed.
7.        In the displayed dialog box, set Check flags, select base stations, and click OK.
In the lower area, detailed check results are displayed on the Rule Check and Integrity Check tab pages.
8.        If errors occur during the check, reconfigure data based on the error information displayed on the tab pages in sequence and repeat steps 6 and 7 until no error occurs.

9.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Area Management > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
The Export Incremental Scripts dialog box is displayed.
10.      Select the NEs that you want to reconfigure, specify the save path of the incremental scripts you want to export and select Launch script executor only. Then, click OK.
The incremental script is successfully exported and the script executor is started.
11.      In the Script Executor window, right-click the project and select Activate Project.
The Confirm window is displayed to show “This operation will deliver the script to NEs to take effect and may affect the services on the live network. Are you sure you want to continue?”
12.      Select Yes and CME begins to activate the project.
The script is activated.
Remarks
l   Configuring the eNodeB algorithm switch in batches is used as an example in the preceding steps. You can reconfigure other device, transport, and radio data in batches by using the bulk modification wizard.
l   In Step 7, the expected results are displayed based on the check flags that you have set.
l   In Step 8, rule check errors must be corrected and integrity check errors are corrected based on your requirements.
l   In Step 11, If NE Version is equal to or later than V100R009C00SPC100, CME will info the service interruption confirm for some modifications, like updating the LcsSwitch parameter in ENodeBAlgoSwitch. If you confirm the service impact, select Step 12 to activate script; if not, select No to break the operation.
Internal No.
T01-0206

T01-0207  Importing and Exporting Radio Network Planning Data

Objective
Test the function of importing and exporting the radio network planning data.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of an eNodeB has been synchronized from the current data area and is available.
l   At least one cell is available under the eNodeB.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > LTE Application > Export Data > Export Radio Network Planning Data from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose LTE Application > Export Data > Export Radio Network Planning Data from the menu bar.
The Export Radio Network Planning Data dialog box is displayed.
2.        Set NE version, select NEs, and click Next.
The Select Cells window is displayed.
3.        Select all cells under the selected NEs and click Next.
The window for selecting radio network planning data objects is displayed.
4.        Select the object that you want to export, such as Cell and EutranExternalCell, and click Next.
The Set Export File window is displayed.
5.        Set File type to Excel File, set the export file path, and click Next.
The CME starts exporting files and displays a message indicating a successful operation after the export is complete.
6.        Click the hyperlink in the Result window.
The exported network planning data file is opened.
7.        Click Finish.

8.        In the exported network planning data file, reconfigure the Tracking area code in Eutranexternalcell sheet and save the data.
The file is saved.
9.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > LTE Application > Import Data > Import Radio Network Planning Data from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose LTE Application > Import Data > Import Radio Network Planning Data from the menu bar.
The Import Radio Network Planning Data dialog box is displayed.
10.      Click Add, select the proper EXCEL file of radio network planning data, and click Next.
The CME starts processing data, and then displays a list of NEs whose data you want to import.
11.      Select the NEs whose data you want to import and click Next.
The window for selecting radio network planning data objects is displayed.
12.      Select  Eutranexternalcell in the External Cell and Neighboring Cell Relation sheet and click Next.
The CME starts importing data and displays a message indicating a successful operation after the import.
13.      Click Finish.
You can view that data of selected NEs and objects is updated by configuring the navigation tree.
14.      [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Check Data from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Check Data from the menu bar.
The Check Data dialog box is displayed.
15.      In the displayed dialog box, set Check flags, select base stations, and click OK.
In the lower area, detailed check results are displayed on the Rule Check and Integrity Check tab pages.
16.      If errors occur during the check, reconfigure data based on the error information displayed on the tab pages in sequence and repeat steps 14 and 15 until no error occurs.

17.      [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Area Management > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
The Export Incremental Scripts dialog box is displayed.
18.      Specify the save path of the incremental scripts you want to export and select Launch script executor only. Then, click OK.
The incremental script is successfully exported and the script executor is started.
19.      In the Script Executor window, right-click the project and select Activate Project.
The Confirm window is displayed to show “This operation will deliver the script to NEs to take effect and may affect the services on the live network. Are you sure you want to continue?”
20.      Select Yes and CME begins to activate the project.
The script is activated.
Remarks
l   In Step 15, the expected results are displayed based on the check flags that you have set.
l   In Step 16, rule check errors must be corrected and integrity check errors are corrected based on your requirements.
l   In Step 19, If NE Version is equal to or later than V100R009C00SPC100, CME will info the service interruption confirm for some modifications, like updating the Bandwidth in Cell. If you confirm the service impact, select Step 20 to activate script; if not, select No to break the operation.
Internal No.
T01-0207




T01-0208  Configuring Data in Batches for eNodeB

Objective
Test the function of configuring data for eNodeB in batches.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > LTE Application > Export Data > Export Base Station Bulk Configuration Data… from the menu bar.
[Application Style]
On the client, choose LTE Application > Export Data > Export Base Station Bulk Configuration Data… from the menu bar.
The Export Base Station Bulk Configuration Data dialog box is displayed.
2.        Select eNodeB Bulk Configuration scenario, set Base Station Version and eNodeBs as required, then click Next.
CME begins to validate the NE data. The Set file information shows after validation.
3.        Select Custom MOC and then select MOCs to modify like Equipment > Common Information > Cabinet.  In the Export path click  to set the file saved path, then click Next.
CME begins to export the bulk configuration file. After export, it shows successful information and the file link.
4.        After the export is complete, click Finish.

5.        Fill in the data you want to configure in the summary data file, like modify the Cabinet description and save the data file.

6.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME >LTE Application > Import Data > Import Base Station Bulk Configuration Data… from the menu bar.
[Application Style]
On the client, choose LTE Application > Import Data > Import Base Station Bulk Configuration Data… from the menu bar.
The Import Base Station Bulk Configuration Data dialog box is displayed.
7.        Select the prepared summary data file and click Next.
The CME starts checking data validity.
8.        Select the base station whose data you want to configure and click Next.
The CME starts importing data.
9.        Click Finish when the CME displays a message indicating that the files are successfully imported.
The data for eNodeB is configured successfully.
10.      [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Area Management > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
The Export Incremental Scripts dialog box is displayed.
11.      Specify the save path of the incremental scripts you want to export and select Launch script executor only. Then, click OK.
The incremental script is successfully exported and the script executor is started.
12.      In the Script Executor window, right-click the project and select Activate Project.
The Confirm window is displayed to show “This operation will deliver the script to NEs to take effect and may affect the services on the live network. Are you sure you want to continue?”
13.      Select Yes and CME begins to activate the project.
The script is activated.
Remarks
l   The CME enables you to export NE data based on the objects contained in the summary data file for batch configuration. You need to prepare a summary data file in advance. You can prepare a summary data file according to the online help.
l   Besides equipment, transport and Cell information can be bulk modified in this way.
l   In Step 12, If NE Version is equal to or later than V100R009C00SPC100, CME will info the service interruption confirm for some modifications, like updating BBP. If you confirm the service impact, select Step 13 to activate script; if not, select No to break the operation.
Internal No.
T01-0208

T02  Optional Features

T02-01  Parameter Management Expert - LTE (WOFD-188003)

T02-0101  Tracing Configuration Parameter Changes

Objective
Test the function of tracing configuration parameter changes by manage Historical Data files.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of an eNodeB is available.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Compare Parameters > Manage  Historical Data Files from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Compare Parameters > Manage Historical Data Files from the menu bar.
The Manage Historical Data Files window is displayed.
2.        Click .
The Create Historical Data dialog box is displayed.
In the displayed dialog box, select an NE and click Next.
Select objects as required, such as Cabinet, and click Next.
Type a name and click Next.
Click Finish after the historical data is successfully created.
The historical data file is created successfully.
3.        Reconfigure parameters of the selected object, such as modify the description for cabinet. Then, repeat Steps 1 and 2.
The second historical data file is created successfully.
4.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Compare Parameters > Compare Parameters from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Compare Parameters > Compare Parameters from the menu bar.
The Compare Parameters window is displayed.
5.        Click .
The New Parameter Comparison Task dialog box is displayed.
In the displayed dialog box, enter the task name and set Scenario to
Historical Data. Then, click Next.
Specify the Historical Data file and the data you want to compare and click Next.
Specify an NE and click Next.
Select parameters you want to compare, such as cell parameters and click Finish.
The parameter comparison task succeeds.
6.        Click the Parameter Value Difference tab to view the parameter comparison results.
(Optional) On the Task Information tab, click Save Excel or Save Html to save results on the local PC.
The parameter comparison report is displayed.
Remarks
None
Internal No.
T02-0101

T02-0102  Checking Parameter Consistency

Objective
Test the function of checking parameter consistency between external cells on an LTE network and the function of automatically correcting inconsistent parameters of the external cells.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of two eNodeBs, eNodeB A and eNodeB B, is available.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Cell > LTE, select eNodeB A to which you want to add neighbor relationships, click Object Group, and choose Global Radio LTE > External Cell > Eutran External Cell from the navigation tree.
The window for configuring external cells is displayed.
2.        Click  in the upper area of the displayed window and type the correct mobile country code, mobile network code, eNodeB ID, and cell ID. Then, type an incorrect value in the Downlink EARFCN column and click  in the upper area of the window.
An EUTRAN external cell is configured.
3.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Consistency Check from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Consistency Check from the menu bar.
The Consistency Check window is displayed.
4.        Click .
In the displayed New Check dialog box, set Check task name, select eNodeB A, and click Next.
Then, choose LTE > External Cell > Check EUTRANEXTERNALCELL and LCELL Consistency from the root node and click Next.
Confirm that you have correctly set information about NEs and rules and click Finish.
The check results are displayed.      
5.        Double-click a result record.
The AutoFix dialog box is displayed.
6.        Select Refresh EUTRANEXTERNALCELL in LTE system from the root node and click OK.
The CME starts correcting the data and displays a message indicating a successful correction.
7.        Click Finish.
You can view that the external cell information of eNodeB A is consistent with that of eNodeB B by configuring the navigation tree.
Remarks
Internal No.
T02-0102

T02-0103  Comparing Parameters

Objective
Test the function of comparing NE parameters.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of at least two eNodeBs is available.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Compare Parameters > Compare Parameters from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Compare Parameters > Compare Parameters from the menu bar.
The Compare Parameters window is displayed.
2.        Click .
The New Parameter Comparison Task dialog box is displayed.
In the displayed dialog box, enter the task name and set Scenario to LTE, Type to eNodeB, Reference to Workspace, and Target to Workspace. Then, click Next.
Select the name of the NE whose data is a reference and click Next.
Specify an NE whose parameters you want to compare and click Next.
Specify parameters you want to compare and click Finish.
The parameter comparison task is created and executed.
3.        Click the Parameter Value Difference tab to view the parameter comparison results.
(Optional) On the Task Information tab, click Save Excel or Save Html to save results to the local PC.
The parameter comparison results are displayed.
Remarks
l   Comparing NE parameters in the workspace is used as an example in the preceding steps. You can compare cell parameters based on the online help.
Internal No.
T02-0103

T02-0104  Applying Parameters in a Template in Batches

Objective
Test the function of applying configuration parameters in an eNodeB template to specified objects in batches in order to reconfigure parameters in batches.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of an eNodeB is available.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Apply Template from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Apply Template from the menu bar.
The Apply Template dialog box is displayed.
2.        In the displayed dialog box, set Mode to LTE, Template type to eNodeB Template, set Version, Product Type, and Template name and set Match mode to Automatic Match. Then, click Next.
The Select Parameters window is displayed.
3.        Select the parameters that you want to apply in the template and click Next.
The Select Instances window is displayed.
4.        In the left object tree, choose objects in sequence, select the instance that you want to apply in the template, and click Next.
The Select Object window is displayed.
5.        Select the NEs that you want to apply in the template, click > to move the NEs to the right, and click Next.
The Select Result Path window is displayed.
6.        Specify a path on the local PC for saving result files and click Next.
After the file is saved, a message indicating a successful operation is displayed. You can click the displayed hyperlink to view the application results.
7.        Click Finish.
The Apply Template dialog box is closed.
Remarks
l   Applying base station template is used as an example in the preceding steps. You can apply cell template and radio template based on the online help.
Internal No.
T02-0104


T02-02  Network Resource View - LTE (WOFD-188006)

T02-0201  Panorama Browse

Objective
Test the function of viewing network resources using the CME.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and have obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of an eNodeB is available.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Panorama Browser from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the CME client, choose Advanced > Panorama Browser from the menu bar.
The Panorama Browser window is displayed.
2.        In the upper area of the window, set Type to LTE, Object to eRAN and set Version. Then, click the Equipment tab and select the object that you want to view, for example, Time Zone and DST Parameter.
Information about the selected object of all base stations in the selected version is displayed in the right pane of the window.
Remarks
None
Internal No.
T02-0201

T02-0202  Configuration Reports

Objective
Test the function of querying statistics by using the configuration report management function.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of an eNodeB is available.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Configuration Report Management from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Configuration Report Management from the menu bar.
The Configuration Report Management window is displayed.
2.        Click .
The Create Report dialog box is displayed.
3.        On the Basic Information tab page, set Report name and Description.

4.        Click the Report Attributes tab, set NE type to eNodeB and Report type to eNodeB, set Version, Folder, and User group. Then, select the objects whose parameters you want to query, click > to move them to the right, and click OK.
You can view that the new report is created and displayed in the left navigation tree in the Configuration Report Management window.
5.        Select the new report and click Query in the upper area of the window.
The Query Report dialog box is displayed.
6.        Select the NE that you want to query, click >, and click OK.
The query results are displayed.
7.        Click Statistics, select Base Station Name from the drop-down list, and click OK.
The statistics results are displayed.
8.        Click  or  to switch to query view or statistics view.

9.        Right-click query result data or statistical result data and choose Save As from the shortcut menu.
The Save dialog box is displayed.
10.      Specify a save path, set File Name, set File Type, such as CSV, and click Save.
The Information dialog box is displayed indicating the file is saved successfully. Click the hyperlink in the dialog box and open to report file.
11.      Click Finish.

Remarks
None
Internal No.
T02-0202

T02-03  Configuration Rollback - LTE (WOFD-188007)

T02-0301  Rolling Back Configuration by Executing Rollback Scripts

Objective
Test the function of rolling back to the status before the data takes effect by executing the rollback scripts.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area and data of an eNodeB that is synchronized from the current data area is available.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        In the left pane of the planned data area, choose Base Station > LTE and select the NE that you want to configure. Click the Object Group sheet, and choose Equipment > Common Information > Cabinet from the navigation tree.
A window is displayed for you to configure cabinets.
2.        In the upper right part of the displayed window, click , set Cabinet No., type cabinet description, set Cabinet Type, and click .
A cabinet record is added.
3.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Area Management > Planned Area > Export Incremental Scripts from the menu bar.
The Export Incremental Scripts dialog box is displayed.
4.        Click the Base Station tab and select the NE that is modified. Specify a path for saving the scripts, select Launch script executor and activate exported project in the Script Execution Operation area, and click OK.
The Confirm window is displayed to show “This operation will deliver the script to NEs to take effect and may affect the services on the live network. Are you sure you want to continue?”
5.        Select Yes and CME begins to activate the project.
The script is activated.
6.        After the new project is activated, log in to the Web local maintenance terminal (LMT) to view the configuration.
The script takes effect and data is updated the same as that in Step 2.
7.        In the Script Executor window, right-click the activated project and choose Activate Fallback Project from the shortcut menu.
The Confirm window is displayed to show “This operation will deliver the script to NEs to take effect and may affect the services on the live network. Are you sure you want to continue?”
8.        Select Yes and CME begins to activate the fallback project.
The script is activated.
9.        After the rollback script is activated, log in to the Web LMT to view the configuration.
Configuration data is rolled back.
Remarks
l   Adding a cabinet is used as an example in the preceding steps for rolling back configuration by executing rollback scripts.
Internal No.
T02-0301

T02-04  Inter-RAT Neighboring Cell Management - LTE (WOFD-188013)

T02-0401  Inter-RAT Neighboring Cell Management

Objective
Test the function of checking whether the external cell parameters of a GBSS network and GSM cell parameters are consistent in the LTE system and correcting the inconsistent parameters.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   You have opened the planned data area where data of an eNodeB and a BTS is available.
l   The GERANEXTERNALCELL parameter is inconsistent with the GSM cell parameters in the LTE system.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Consistency Check from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Consistency Check from the menu bar.
The Consistency Check window is displayed.
2.        Click  and set Check task name. Select the NEs whose data you want to check and click Next.
Then, choose LTE > External Cell > Check GERANEXTERNALCELL and GCELL Consistency from the root node and click Next.
Confirm that you have correctly set information about NEs and rules and click Finish.
The check results are displayed.
3.        Double-click a result record.
The AutoFix dialog box is displayed.
4.        Select Refresh GERANEXTERNALCELL in LTE system from the root node and click OK.
The CME starts correcting the data and displays a message indicating a successful correction.
5.        Click Finish.
You can view that the GERANEXTERNALCELL parameter in the LTE system is consistent with the GSM cell parameter by configuring the navigation tree.
Remarks
l   Checking GSM external cells is used as an example in the preceding steps. You can check data consistency of UMTS external cells and unidirectional neighboring cells based on the online help.
Internal No.
T02-0401

T02-05  Inter-OSS Neighbor Relationship Synchronization - LTE (WOFD-261800)

T02-0501  Exporting Inter-OSS Neighboring Cell Data

Objective
Test the function of exporting data about cells and cell relationships on the OSS that you have logged in to.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   Data in the current data area has been synchronized with that of NEs on the line network.
l   The current data area is open.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Inter-System Neighboring Cell Management > Export Data from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Inter-System Neighboring Cell Management > Export Data from the menu bar.
2.        Select NEs whose data you want to export from the left box and click > to add them to the right box. Then, click Next.
3.        Set File format to .xls, click  to specify a file path to Export NE Files, and click Next.
After the export is complete, the result is displayed. You can lick the hyperlink to view the export result.
4.        Click Finish.
The dialog box is closed.
Remarks
None
Internal No.
T02-0501

T02-0502  Importing Inter-OSS Neighboring Cell Data

Objective
Test the function of importing data about cells and cell relationships on other OSS systems.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   Data in the current data area has been synchronized with that in the planned data area.
l   The current data area is open.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Inter-System Neighboring Cell Management > Import Data from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Inter-System Neighboring Cell Management > Import Data from the menu bar.
The Import Inter-System Neighboring Cell Data dialog box is displayed.
2.        Click Finish.
The Open dialog box is displayed.
3.        Select NEs whose data you want to import and click Open. Then, click Next.
After the import is complete, the result is displayed.
4.        Select Click Finish to browse the data and click Finish.
The Browse Inter-System Neighboring Cell Data window is displayed.
Remarks
None
Internal No.
T02-0502

T02-0503  Browsing and Checking Consistency of Inter-OSS Neighboring Cell Data

Objective
Test the function of browsing and checking data consistency of inter-OSS cells and neighbor relationships based on the data of cells and neighbor relationships on other OSS systems.
Prerequisites
l   You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l   You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l   A planned data area is open.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.        [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Inter-System Neighboring Cell Management > Browse Data from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Inter-System Neighboring Cell Management > Browse Data from the menu bar.
The Browse Inter-System Neighboring Cell Data dialog box is displayed.
2.        Click Consistency Check to navigate to the window for checking inter-system neighboring cell data consistency.
3.        Set a Check task name. Select the NEs whose data you want to check and click Next. Choose Inter-System Neighboring Relationship > Inter-System LTE external cell Consistency check by CGI and click Next. Confirm that you have correctly set information about NEs and rules and click Finish.
The check results are displayed.
4.        Double-click a result record. In the displayed Refresh Inconsistent External Cell dialog box, click Next. The CME starts correcting external cell parameters. Click Finish after the CME displays a message indicating a successful operation.
The correction is complete.
Remarks
None
Internal No.
T02-0503

T02-06  Service Feature Query - LTE(WOFD-263600)

T02-0601  Querying Service Feature Status - LTE

Objective
To verify that the CME allows you to query feature activation status of LTE NEs.
Prerequisites
l  You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l  The CME client has been started and data in the current data area has been synchronized with that in the planned data area.
l  At least one properly connected eNodeB is configured in the current data area.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.      [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Feature Operation and Maintenance > Query Feature Status from the menu bar.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Feature Operation and Maintenance > Query Feature Status from the menu bar.
The Feature Status Query tab page is displayed.
2.      Select an RAT (for example, LTE) and a feature (for example, Inter-RAT interoperability > LOFD-001019 PS Inter-RAT Mobility between E-UTRAN and UTRAN). Set Select objects and specify the export path of query results. Then, click Start Query Status.
The CME starts feature status query. After the query is complete, the Information dialog box is displayed.
3.      Click the hyperlink to view feature query results.
The export path of query results is open.
4.      Click OK.

Remarks
l  Step 2 uses Inter-RAT interoperability > LOFD-001019 PS Inter-RAT Mobility between E-UTRAN and UTRAN as an example. To query other features, select related features.
l  The CME allows you to select a maximum of 160 features for query.
Internal No.
T02-0601




T02-07  SingleRAN Service Interoperability OM Management - LTE (WOFD-262900)

T02-0701  Feature Activation - LTE

Objective
To verify that the CME allows you to quickly activate services by import and exporting feature-related MOs.
Prerequisites
l  You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l  The CME client has been started and data in the current data area has been synchronized with that in the planned data area.
l  You have opened the planned data area and data of an eNodeB that is synchronized from the current data area is available.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.      [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Feature Operation and Maintenance > Export Feature Activation Data from the menu bar in the current data area.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Feature Operation and Maintenance > Export Feature Activation Data from the menu bar in the current data area.
The Export Feature Activation Data tab page is displayed.
2.      Select an RAT (for example, LTE) and a feature (for example, Inter-RAT interoperability > LOFD-001019 PS Inter-RAT Mobility between E-UTRAN and UTRAN), and click Next.
The Select Object dialog box is displayed.
3.      Select NEs whose data you want to export from the left box and click > to add them to the right box. Then, click Next.
The Select the File Path to Export Data dialog box is displayed.
4.      Set File format to .xls, click file-path to specify a file path to export data, and click Next.
After the export is complete, the result is displayed. You can click the hyperlink to view the export result.
5.      In the exported file, modify data and save it.
The file is saved.
6.      [Traditional Style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Feature Operation and Maintenance > Batch Activate Features from the menu bar in the current data area.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Feature Operation and Maintenance >Batch Activate Features from the menu bar in the current data area.
The Batch Activate Features tab page is displayed.
7.      Select the save path of the feature data file and click Next.
The CME starts activating features. After the operation is complete, the feature activation data is imported.
8.      Click Export incremental script and click Finish.
The Export Incremental Scripts dialog box is displayed.
9.      Specify the save path of the incremental scripts you want to export and select Launch script executor only. Then, click OK.
The incremental script is successfully exported and the script executor is started.
10.    In the Script Executor window, right-click the project and select Activate Project.
The Confirm window is displayed to show "This operation will deliver the script to NEs to take effect and may affect the services on the live network. Are you sure you want to continue?"
11.    Select Yes and the CME begins to activate the project.
The script is activated.
12.    After the new project is activated, log in to the Web LMT to view the configuration.
The feature data is activated.
Remarks
None
Internal No.
T02-0701

T02-0702  Feature Check - LTE

Objective
To verify that the consistency check function allows you to check the SingleRAN interoperability parameter consistency between LTE NEs and inter-RAT (GBSS/WRAN) NEs, which ensures feature quality.
Prerequisites
l  You have logged in to the U2000 and obtained related permissions.
l  You have synchronized data in the planned data area with that in the current data area.
l  You have opened the planned data area and LTE and WRAN NEs whose interoperability parameters are inconsistent exist.
Procedure
Expected Result
1.      [Traditional style] On the client, choose CME > Advanced > Feature Operation and Maintenance > Check Feature Configuration from the menu bar in the planned data area.
[Application Style] On the client, choose Advanced > Feature Operation and Maintenance > Check Feature Configuration from the menu bar in the planned data area.
The Feature Configuration Check tab page is displayed.
2.      Click . In the displayed New Check dialog box, set Check task name, select NEs whose data you want to check, and click Next. Choose LTE > GUL Inter-RAT Reselection and Handover Parameter Check > Prevent GUL ping-pong reselection (based on L) and click Next.
Verify that you have correctly set information about NEs and rules and click Finish.
The check result is successfully displayed for you to view it on the CME.
Remarks
l  Step 2 uses the inconsistency between LTE and WRAN NEs as an example. The CME uses LTE as a reference and checks interoperability differences between them.
Internal No.
T02-0702

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