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M2000 Operator Guide                                                                                                      ...
M2000 1 About This Guide                                                                                                  ...
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M2000 Operator Guide                                                                                                      ...
M2000 1 About This Guide                                                                                                  ...
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M20001 About This Guide                                                                                                   ...
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M20001 About This Guide                                                                                                   ...
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  1. 1. M2000 Operator Guide Contents Contents1 About This Guide ......................................................................................................................1-1 1.1 Purpose..........................................................................................................................................................1-2 1.2 Intended Users...............................................................................................................................................1-2 1.3 Organization..................................................................................................................................................1-2 1.4 Reference ......................................................................................................................................................1-32 Introduction to M2000 ...............................................................................................................2-1 2.1 Introduction to the M2000 System................................................................................................................2-2 2.2 Logging in to the M2000 Client ....................................................................................................................2-2 2.3 Setting Properties of the M2000 Client .........................................................................................................2-3 2.3.1 Setting Properties of the System ..........................................................................................................2-3 2.3.2 Customizing Toolbar............................................................................................................................2-53 NE Connection............................................................................................................................3-1 3.1 Connecting NEs to the M2000 ......................................................................................................................3-2 3.2 Monitoring Connection Status of NEs ..........................................................................................................3-2 3.2.1 Introduction to Connection Status of NEs............................................................................................3-2 3.2.2 Monitoring NE Status in the Topology View .......................................................................................3-3 3.2.3 Monitoring NE Status through the System Monitor Browser ..............................................................3-34 Topology Management .............................................................................................................4-1 4.1 Terminologies Related to Topology Management.........................................................................................4-2 4.1.1 Topology View .....................................................................................................................................4-2 4.1.2 Network Elements................................................................................................................................4-2 4.1.3 Subnets.................................................................................................................................................4-3 4.1.4 Group NEs ...........................................................................................................................................4-3 4.1.5 Links ....................................................................................................................................................4-3 4.1.6 Topology Objects .................................................................................................................................4-4 4.1.7 Templates for Creating Physical NEs in Batches .................................................................................4-5 4.2 Creating NEs .................................................................................................................................................4-6 4.2.1 Creating Physical NEs .........................................................................................................................4-6 4.2.2 Creating Virtual NEs............................................................................................................................4-8 4.2.3 Creating NE Batch Script Files in CSV Format...................................................................................4-9 4.2.4 Creating NE Batch Script Files in INI Format...................................................................................4-10 Issue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary i
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M2000 1 About This Guide Operator Guide 4.2.5 Creating Physical NEs in Batches......................................................................................................4-10 4.3 Deleting NEs ...............................................................................................................................................4-12 4.3.1 Deleting Physical NEs .......................................................................................................................4-12 4.3.2 Deleting Virtual NEs..........................................................................................................................4-12 4.3.3 Deleting Group NEs...........................................................................................................................4-13 4.4 Creating Subnets .........................................................................................................................................4-14 4.5 Deleting Subnets .........................................................................................................................................4-15 4.6 Creating Links.............................................................................................................................................4-16 4.6.1 Creating Physical Links .....................................................................................................................4-16 4.6.2 Creating Virtual Links........................................................................................................................4-17 4.7 Moving NEs ................................................................................................................................................4-17 4.7.1 Moving NEs to a Group NE...............................................................................................................4-17 4.7.2 Moving NEs to another Subnet ..........................................................................................................4-19 4.7.3 Moving NEs on the Same Subnet ......................................................................................................4-20 4.8 Filtering NEs in the Topology View............................................................................................................4-21 4.9 Customizing Topology Tips ........................................................................................................................4-21 4.10 Switching Background Maps ....................................................................................................................4-225 Alarm Management ...................................................................................................................5-1 5.1 Introduction to Alarms ..................................................................................................................................5-3 5.1.1 Alarm Categories .................................................................................................................................5-3 5.1.2 Alarm Severity Levels..........................................................................................................................5-3 5.1.3 Alarm Types .........................................................................................................................................5-3 5.2 Alarm Statuses...............................................................................................................................................5-4 5.2.1 Acknowledged Alarms .........................................................................................................................5-4 5.2.2 Cleared Alarms.....................................................................................................................................5-4 5.2.3 Relationship Between Alarm Categories and Alarm Statuses ..............................................................5-4 5.3 Alarm Processing Procedures........................................................................................................................5-5 5.3.1 Overview..............................................................................................................................................5-5 5.3.2 Reporting Alarms .................................................................................................................................5-6 5.3.3 Saving Alarms......................................................................................................................................5-6 5.3.4 Displaying Alarms ...............................................................................................................................5-7 5.3.5 Changing Alarm Status ........................................................................................................................5-7 5.4 Querying and Browsing Alarms ....................................................................................................................5-7 5.4.1 Querying Current Fault Alarms............................................................................................................5-7 5.4.2 Querying Event Alarms........................................................................................................................5-8 5.4.3 Querying History Fault Alarms............................................................................................................5-9 5.4.4 Querying Shielded Alarms ...................................................................................................................5-9 5.4.5 Browsing Real-Time Fault Alarms ....................................................................................................5-10 5.4.6 Browsing Real-Time Event Alarms ................................................................................................... 5-11 5.4.7 Querying Alarm Explanation .............................................................................................................5-12 5.4.8 Querying Correlated Alarms ..............................................................................................................5-13 ii Huawei Technologies Proprietary Issue 02 (2006-10-31)
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M2000 Operator Guide Contents 5.4.9 Setting the Alarm Displaying Columns..............................................................................................5-14 5.5 Collecting Alarm Statistics..........................................................................................................................5-15 5.5.1 Collecting Instant Statistics................................................................................................................5-15 5.5.2 Collecting Real-Time Statistics..........................................................................................................5-17 5.6 Acknowledging and Unacknowledging Alarms ..........................................................................................5-18 5.6.1 Acknowledging Alarms Manually......................................................................................................5-18 5.6.2 Acknowledging Alarms Automatically ..............................................................................................5-18 5.6.3 Unacknowledging Alarms..................................................................................................................5-20 5.7 Creating User Defined Alarms ....................................................................................................................5-20 5.8 Displacing Alarms to a File.........................................................................................................................5-21 5.8.1 Displacing Event Alarms ...................................................................................................................5-21 5.8.2 Displacing History Fault Alarms........................................................................................................5-23 5.9 Synchronizing Alarms .................................................................................................................................5-24 5.9.1 Synchronizing Alarms Manually........................................................................................................5-24 5.9.2 Synchronizing Alarms Automatically ................................................................................................5-25 5.10 Redefining the Alarm Severity Level ........................................................................................................5-25 5.11 Setting Alarm Correlation Rules ...............................................................................................................5-27 5.11.1 Overview..........................................................................................................................................5-27 5.11.2 Setting Alarm Correlation Rules for Intermittent Fault Alarms .......................................................5-27 5.11.3 Setting Alarm Correlation Rules for Repeated Event Alarms ..........................................................5-29 5.12 Managing the Alarm Knowledge Library..................................................................................................5-30 5.12.1 Overview..........................................................................................................................................5-30 5.12.2 Modifying Alarm Knowledge Directly ............................................................................................5-30 5.12.3 Modifying Alarm Knowledge Through a File..................................................................................5-31 5.13 Operating the Alarm Board .......................................................................................................................5-32 5.13.1 Overview..........................................................................................................................................5-32 5.13.2 Setting the Display of the Alarm Board ...........................................................................................5-32 5.13.3 Setting the Alarm Sound ..................................................................................................................5-33 5.13.4 Starting or Stopping the Alarm Sound .............................................................................................5-34 5.13.5 Setting the Alarm Color ...................................................................................................................5-35 5.13.6 Starting or Stopping the Alarm Flash ...............................................................................................5-36 5.14 Operating the Alarm Box ..........................................................................................................................5-36 5.14.1 Overview..........................................................................................................................................5-36 5.14.2 Setting the Alarm Box Filter ............................................................................................................5-36 5.14.3 Stopping Alarm Sounds of the Alarm Box.......................................................................................5-38 5.14.4 Stopping the Alarm Box...................................................................................................................5-39 5.14.5 Resetting the Alarm Box ..................................................................................................................5-39 5.15 Setting the Alarm Notification by SMS.....................................................................................................5-40 5.16 Setting the Alarm Notification by PhoneNo. or PagerNo..........................................................................5-41 5.17 Setting the Alarm Notification by Email ...................................................................................................5-426 Performance Management .......................................................................................................6-1 Issue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary iii
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M20001 About This Guide Operator Guide 6.1 Terminologies Related to Performance Management....................................................................................6-3 6.1.1 Meausrement Counter ..........................................................................................................................6-3 6.1.2 Function Set and Function Subset........................................................................................................6-3 6.1.3 Measurement Object ............................................................................................................................6-4 6.1.4 Measurement Period ............................................................................................................................6-5 6.2 Performance Measurement Process...............................................................................................................6-5 6.2.1 Overview..............................................................................................................................................6-5 6.2.2 Reporting Performance Data................................................................................................................6-6 6.2.3 Saving Performance Data into the Database ........................................................................................6-7 6.2.4 Viewing of Performance Data..............................................................................................................6-7 6.3 Querying Performance Measurement Results ...............................................................................................6-7 6.3.1 Overview Performance Counters .........................................................................................................6-7 6.3.2 Querying Results of Periodic Performance Measurements..................................................................6-7 6.3.3 Querying Results of Real-Time Performance Measurements ............................................................ 6-11 6.3.4 Setting Query Condition Templates ...................................................................................................6-13 6.3.5 Applying Query Condition Templates................................................................................................6-14 6.4 Saving Performance Measurement Results to a File ...................................................................................6-15 6.5 Saving Performance Measurement Results to a File Automatically............................................................6-16 6.6 Browsing Files Storing Performance Measurement Results .......................................................................6-17 6.7 Synchronizing Performance Data................................................................................................................6-17 6.7.1 Synchronizing Performance Data Manually ......................................................................................6-17 6.7.2 Synchronizing Performance Data Automatically ...............................................................................6-19 6.8 Managing Performance Measurement.........................................................................................................6-19 6.8.1 Subscribing to Performance Measurement Results............................................................................6-19 6.8.2 Checking Reliability of Performance Measurement Results..............................................................6-21 6.8.3 Collecting the Missing Performance Measurement Results...............................................................6-23 6.8.4 Suspending the Collection of Performance Measurement Results.....................................................6-24 6.9 Setting Extended Performance Counters.....................................................................................................6-25 6.9.1 Starting the Measurement of Extended Performance Counters..........................................................6-25 6.9.2 Stopping the Measurement of Extended Performance Counters........................................................6-26 6.10 Setting Measurement Objects....................................................................................................................6-27 6.10.1 Adding Measurement Objects ..........................................................................................................6-27 6.10.2 Deleting Measurement Objects ........................................................................................................6-29 6.11 Setting Thresholds for Collecting Performance Measurement Results .....................................................6-30 6.12 Managing User Defined Counters.............................................................................................................6-31 6.12.1 Creating User Defined Counters ......................................................................................................6-31 6.12.2 Modifying User Defined Coudnters.................................................................................................6-33 6.13 Managing Performance Monitoring ..........................................................................................................6-33 6.13.1 Overview..........................................................................................................................................6-33 6.13.2 Creating Performance Monitoring Tasks .........................................................................................6-33 6.13.3 Starting Performance Monitoring.....................................................................................................6-36 6.13.4 Filtering Monitoring Results ............................................................................................................6-37iv Huawei Technologies Proprietary Issue 02 (2006-10-31)
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M2000 Operator Guide Contents 6.13.5 Setting Monitoring Thresholds ........................................................................................................6-38 6.13.6 Exporting Data from the Current Monitoring Table.........................................................................6-39 6.13.7 Viewing the Current Monitoring Chart ............................................................................................6-40 6.13.8 Viewing the Trend Chart ..................................................................................................................6-42 6.13.9 Setting Attributes for the Monitoring Chart .....................................................................................6-43 6.13.10 Exporting Monitoring Results........................................................................................................6-44 6.14 Managing Thresholds for Real-Time Counters .........................................................................................6-45 6.14.1 Overview..........................................................................................................................................6-45 6.14.2 Adding Monitoring Thresholds ........................................................................................................6-46 6.14.3 Modifying Monitoring Thresholds...................................................................................................6-47 6.14.4 Deleting Monitoring Thresholds ......................................................................................................6-487 Configuration Management.....................................................................................................7-1 7.1 Querying NE Configuration ..........................................................................................................................7-2 7.1.1 Configuration Types.............................................................................................................................7-2 7.1.2 Querying NE Configuration.................................................................................................................7-2 7.1.3 Querying the Basic NE Configuration .................................................................................................7-3 7.2 Synchronizing NE Configuration..................................................................................................................7-4 7.2.1 Synchronizing NE Configuration Manually ........................................................................................7-4 7.2.2 Synchronizing NE Configuration Automatically .................................................................................7-5 7.2.3 Synchronizing NE Configuration Periodically ....................................................................................7-6 7.3 Exporting NE Configuration .........................................................................................................................7-6 7.3.1 Exporting NE Configuration Manually................................................................................................7-6 7.3.2 Exporting NE Confiugration Periodically............................................................................................7-7 7.4 Saving NE Configuration to a File ................................................................................................................7-8 7.5 Setting NE Type Privilege Rules...................................................................................................................7-9 7.6 Applying NE Type Privilege Rules .............................................................................................................7-10 7.7 Managing NE Users .................................................................................................................................... 7-11 7.7.1 Overview of NE Users ....................................................................................................................... 7-11 7.7.2 Principles for NE User Authorization ................................................................................................ 7-11 7.7.3 Creating NE Users ............................................................................................................................. 7-11 7.7.4 Modifying Privileges for NE Users....................................................................................................7-12 7.7.5 Deleting NE User Accounts ...............................................................................................................7-14 7.8 Monitoring Operations of M2000 Users and NE Users ..............................................................................7-15 7.8.1 Overview of User Logs and NE Logs ................................................................................................7-15 7.8.2 Synchronizing NE Logs .....................................................................................................................7-15 7.8.3 Querying NE Logs .............................................................................................................................7-17 7.8.4 Monitoring NE User Login on LMTs ................................................................................................7-18 7.8.5 Monitoring Operations and Sessions of NE Users.............................................................................7-19 7.9 Management of Enhanced Maintenance for NEs ........................................................................................7-19 7.9.1 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M2000 1 About This Guide Operator Guide 7.9.3 Equipment Management ....................................................................................................................7-21 7.9.4 Monitoring Management....................................................................................................................7-22 7.9.5 Tracing Management .........................................................................................................................7-24 7.10 Executing NE MML Commands...............................................................................................................7-25 7.10.1 Overview of MML Commands ........................................................................................................7-25 7.10.2 Viewing the MML Command Window............................................................................................7-25 7.10.3 Executing One MML Command......................................................................................................7-26 7.10.4 Setting the MML Command Script..................................................................................................7-27 7.10.5 Executing Multiple MML Commands .............................................................................................7-29 7.10.6 Executing MML Commands Periodically........................................................................................7-30 7.10.7 Saving MML Command Results......................................................................................................7-308 NE Software and License Management.................................................................................8-1 8.1 Checking the NE Software ............................................................................................................................8-2 8.1.1 Checking NE Software Packages on the M2000 .................................................................................8-2 8.1.2 Checking the Running NE Software ....................................................................................................8-3 8.2 Setting the File Server ...................................................................................................................................8-4 8.2.1 Purpose of and Principles for Setting the File Server ..........................................................................8-4 8.2.2 Setting the NE File Server ...................................................................................................................8-4 8.3 Upgrading the NE Software ..........................................................................................................................8-5 8.3.1 Procedure for Upgrading the NE Software ..........................................................................................8-5 8.3.2 Copying the NE Software to the M2000 Client ...................................................................................8-6 8.3.3 Uploading the NE Software from the M2000 Client to the M2000 Server..........................................8-7 8.3.4 Downloading the NE Software to a Board of an NE ...........................................................................8-8 8.3.5 Operating the NE Software ................................................................................................................8-10 8.3.6 Downloading NE Software Patches to a Board of an NE .................................................................. 8-11 8.3.7 Operating Patches ..............................................................................................................................8-12 8.3.8 Monitoring the Software Upgrade Progress.......................................................................................8-13 8.3.9 Falling Back the Software Version.....................................................................................................8-14 8.4 Upgrading the NodeB Software and Patches ..............................................................................................8-14 8.4.1 NodeB Upgrade Policies....................................................................................................................8-14 8.4.2 Upgrading One NodeB.......................................................................................................................8-15 8.4.3 Upgrading Multiple NodeBs ..............................................................................................................8-17 8.5 Managing the Software License ..................................................................................................................8-17 8.5.1 Overview............................................................................................................................................8-17 8.5.2 Checking the License Allocated to NodeBs.......................................................................................8-18 8.5.3 Modifying the License Allocated to NodeBs .....................................................................................8-19 8.5.4 Allocating the RAN License ..............................................................................................................8-20 8.5.5 Synchronizing the License Allocated to NodeBs ...............................................................................8-20 8.5.6 Deleting the RAN License .................................................................................................................8-21 8.5.7 Uploading the License from the Client to the Folder on the Server...................................................8-229 Backup 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M2000 Operator Guide Contents 9.1 Overview of the NE Data ..............................................................................................................................9-2 9.2 Backing Up NE Data.....................................................................................................................................9-4 9.2.1 Backup Modes .....................................................................................................................................9-4 9.2.2 Backing Up NE Data Periodically .......................................................................................................9-4 9.2.3 Backing Up NE Data Manually ...........................................................................................................9-5 9.3 Browsing the NE Backup Progress ...............................................................................................................9-6 9.4 Checking NE Backup Files ...........................................................................................................................9-7 9.5 Restoring the NE Data...................................................................................................................................9-710 Troubleshooting .....................................................................................................................10-1 10.1 Client Login Failures.................................................................................................................................10-2 10.1.1 Prompt "Login failed. Confirm that your user name and password are case sensitive and correct." ....................................................................................................................................................................10-2 10.1.2 Prompt "Invalid user account." ........................................................................................................10-2 10.1.3 Prompt "Invalid login duration."......................................................................................................10-2 10.1.4 Prompt Message "Invalid password." ..............................................................................................10-3 10.1.5 Prompt Message "The password has expired. Please change your password! " ..............................10-3 10.1.6 Prompt Message "Maintenance Mode."...........................................................................................10-3 10.1.7 Prompt Message "The User Has Reached the Maximum Login Attempts. The User Account Has Been Locked, and It Can Be Unlocked in 1 Minute.".................................................................................10-4 10.1.8 Prompt Message "The Server Doesn’t Exist or Service Is Not Running.".......................................10-4 10.1.9 Prompt Message "Exceed Maximum Sessions." ing........................................................................10-5 10.1.10 Prompt Message "Loading Module Failed, System Will Exit." .....................................................10-5 10.1.11 Prompt Message "Failed to Log in to the Server after the Auto Client Upgrade or Running Exception"...................................................................................................................................................10-5 10.2 Client Running Faults................................................................................................................................10-6 10.2.1 Abortion of the M2000 Client..........................................................................................................10-6 10.2.2 Failure to Run the M2000 Client .....................................................................................................10-6 10.2.3 Abnormal Display of M2000 Client Interface..................................................................................10-7 10.2.4 The Bulb on the GUI Is On and Off Intermittently ..........................................................................10-7 10.3 Topology Management Faults ...................................................................................................................10-8 10.3.1 Failure to Refresh the Topology View..............................................................................................10-8 10.3.2 Failure to Discover NodeBs Automatically .....................................................................................10-9 10.3.3 Conflicted Names for the Created Topology Objects.......................................................................10-9 10.4 Alarm Management Faults ........................................................................................................................10-9 10.4.1 Time Delay of Alarm Message Real-Time Printing .........................................................................10-9 10.4.2 Failure to Receive Alarm Emails in Real-Time .............................................................................10-10 10.4.3 Failure to Receive Alarm SMSs in Real-Time ...............................................................................10-10 10.4.4 Unknown NE Names During the Alarm Query .............................................................................10-10 Issue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary vii
  8. 8. M20001 About This Guide Operator Guide Figures Figure 2-1 M2000 client interface (Physical Topology window) ......................................................................2-3 Figure 2-2 Output Window tab in the System Setting dialog box ..................................................................2-4 Figure 2-3 Terminal tab in the System Setting dialog box ...............................................................................2-5 Figure 2-4 Customize Toolbar dialog box ........................................................................................................2-6 Figure 3-1 Monitoring the NE statuses through the system monitor browser ....................................................3-4 Figure 4-1 An example of CSV templates..........................................................................................................4-5 Figure 4-2 Create NE dialog box ......................................................................................................................4-7 Figure 4-3 Progress of creating physical NEs ....................................................................................................4-8 Figure 4-4 Creating physical NEs in batches ................................................................................................... 4-11 Figure 4-5 Creating physical subnets ...............................................................................................................4-15 Figure 4-6 NE Property dialog box.................................................................................................................4-18 Figure 4-7 Modify Physical Subnet dialog box..............................................................................................4-20 Figure 5-1 Process by which a fault alarm changes to a history fault alarm ......................................................5-5 Figure 5-2 Procedure for processing M2000 alarms ..........................................................................................5-6 Figure 5-3 Querying current fault alarms ...........................................................................................................5-8 Figure 5-4 Browsing alarms ............................................................................................................................. 5-11 Figure 5-5 Alarm details...................................................................................................................................5-13 Figure 5-6 Selecting the columns to be displayed in the alarm list ..................................................................5-15 Figure 5-7 Alarm statistics table.......................................................................................................................5-16 Figure 5-8 Alarm statistics pie chart.................................................................................................................5-17 Figure 5-9 Setting conditions for auto acknowledgement ................................................................................5-19 Figure 5-10 Auto displacement ........................................................................................................................5-22 Figure 5-11 Manual displacement ....................................................................................................................5-23 Figure 5-12 Redefining the alarm severity (level)............................................................................................5-26 Figure 5-13 Setting correlation for intermittent fault alarms............................................................................5-28 Figure 5-14 Modifying the alarm knowledge...................................................................................................5-31viii Huawei Technologies Proprietary Issue 02 (2006-10-31)
  9. 9. M2000Operator Guide Figures Figure 5-15 Setting the alarm sounds ...............................................................................................................5-34 Figure 5-16 Setting the alarm board .................................................................................................................5-35 Figure 5-17 Setting the alarm box filter ...........................................................................................................5-38 Figure 5-18 Setting the remote alarm notification by SMS..............................................................................5-40 Figure 6-1 Levels of measurement counters.......................................................................................................6-4 Figure 6-2 Process of performance measurement of the M2000 system............................................................6-6 Figure 6-3 Selecting the measurement unit and objects .....................................................................................6-9 Figure 6-4 Selecting measurement counters.....................................................................................................6-10 Figure 6-5 Selecting the query period and time................................................................................................ 6-11 Figure 6-6 Entering a name for the query condition template ..........................................................................6-14 Figure 6-7 Synchronizing performance measurement results manually...........................................................6-18 Figure 6-8 Subscribing measurement results....................................................................................................6-20 Figure 6-9 Subscribing results for real-time measurements .............................................................................6-21 Figure 6-10 Please select time segment dialog box ........................................................................................6-22 Figure 6-11 Setting extended counters .............................................................................................................6-26 Figure 6-12 Selecting measurement objects .....................................................................................................6-28 Figure 6-13 Adding an alarm threshold for collecting performance measurement results ...............................6-31 Figure 6-14 Creating user defined counters .....................................................................................................6-32 Figure 6-15 Setting monitor parameters...........................................................................................................6-35 Figure 6-16 Starting performance monitoring ..................................................................................................6-36 Figure 6-17 Setting conditions for filtering monitoring results ........................................................................6-38 Figure 6-18 Setting a threshold ........................................................................................................................6-39 Figure 6-19 Setting parameters for the monitoring chart .................................................................................6-41 Figure 6-20 Setting parameters for the trend chart...........................................................................................6-43 Figure 6-21 Setting attributes for the monitoring chart ....................................................................................6-44 Figure 6-22 Adding monitoring thresholds ......................................................................................................6-47 Figure 7-1 Querying NE configuration through the MIT browser .....................................................................7-3 Figure 7-2 NE Report dialog box......................................................................................................................7-4 Figure 7-3 Synchronization progress..................................................................................................................7-5 Figure 7-4 Operation Result dialog box ...........................................................................................................7-9 Figure 7-5 Selectting an NE and command groups for the created NE user account.......................................7-12 Figure 7-6 Selecting an NE user.......................................................................................................................7-13 Figure 7-7 Selecting command groups.............................................................................................................7-14Issue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary ix
  10. 10. M20001 About This Guide Operator Guide Figure 7-8 Software Browser dialog box .........................................................................................................7-16 Figure 7-9 Synchronizing NE logs automatically ............................................................................................7-17 Figure 7-10 Querying NE logs .........................................................................................................................7-18 Figure 7-11 enhanced NE maintenance ............................................................................................................7-21 Figure 7-12 Device panel .................................................................................................................................7-22 Figure 7-13 Monitor Panel ...............................................................................................................................7-23 Figure 7-14 Trace panel....................................................................................................................................7-25 Figure 7-15 MML Command window............................................................................................................7-26 Figure 7-16 Selecting the script mode..............................................................................................................7-28 Figure 7-17 Create Task dialog box................................................................................................................7-29 Figure 8-1 Checking the NE version ..................................................................................................................8-3 Figure 8-2 Setting the file server ........................................................................................................................8-5 Figure 8-3 Procedure for upgrading the NE software ........................................................................................8-6 Figure 8-4 Selecting the file location and type...................................................................................................8-9 Figure 8-5 Selecting download software parameters........................................................................................8-10 Figure 8-6 Step 1 of 2 for upgrading one NodeB .............................................................................................8-16 Figure 8-7 Step 2 of 2 for upgrading one NodeB .............................................................................................8-16 Figure 8-8 Browsing the license of the current NodeB ....................................................................................8-18 Figure 9-1 Creating a periodic NE backup task..................................................................................................9-5 Figure 10-1 The connection fails between the client and the server.................................................................10-7x Huawei Technologies Proprietary Issue 02 (2006-10-31)
  11. 11. M2000Operator Guide Tables Tables Table 3-1 Icons indicating NE connection status................................................................................................3-2 Table 4-1 Descriptions of two link types ............................................................................................................4-4 Table 6-1 Exporting the monitoring data ..........................................................................................................6-44 Table 8-1 File servers available for the NEs.......................................................................................................8-4 Table 9-1 NE backup data...................................................................................................................................9-2Issue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary xi
  12. 12. M2000Operator Guide 1 About This Guide 1 About This GuideAbout This Chapter The following table lists the contents of this chapter. Title Description 1.1 Purpose Introduces the purpose of this guide. 1.2 Intended Users Introduces the intended users of this guide. 1.3 Organization Introduces the organization of this guide. 1.4 Reference Introduces the reference of this guide.Issue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary 1-1
  13. 13. M20001 About This Guide Operator Guide1.1 Purpose This guide describes how to operate and maintain the network equipment. It includes the following content: ! Monitoring network performance ! Monitoring network alarms ! Managing network configuration information ! Upgrading the network element (NE) software ! Backing up the NE data1.2 Intended Users The guide is intended for the following users: ! Network engineers ! Shift operators1.3 Organization This guide consists of the following chapters: ! 1 "About This Guide" introduces the purpose, intended users, and organization of this guide. ! 2 "Introduction to M2000" describes the procedures for logging in to the M2000 client and setting the client. ! 3 "NE Connection" describes the types of NEs the M2000 system manages, relevant operation tasks, and the procedures for connecting types of network equipment. ! 4 "Topology Management" introduces topology management and describes the relevant operation tasks and procedures. ! 5 "Alarm Management" introduces alarm management and describes relevant operation tasks and procedures. ! 6 "Performance Management" introduces performance management and describes relevant operation tasks and procedures. ! 7 "Configuration Management" describes the procedures for configuring and querying NE service data. ! 8 "NE Software and License Management" describes the operation tasks and procedures related to NE software and license management. ! 9 "Backup Managemnet" describes the operation tasks and procedures related to server data backup and NE data backup. ! 10 "Troubleshooting" describes the handling suggestions for common faults that may occur during operations on the client.1-2 Huawei Technologies Proprietary Issue 02 (2006-10-31)
  14. 14. M2000Operator Guide 1 About This Guide1.4 Reference When you read this guide, see M2000 Online Help for more information.Issue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary 1-3
  15. 15. M2000Operator Guide 2 Introduction to M2000 2 Introduction to M2000About This Chapter The following table lists the contents of this chapter. Title Description 2.1 Introduction to the M2000 Introduces the M2000 system. System 2.2 Logging in to the M2000 Describes how to log in to the M2000 client. Client 2.3 Setting Properties of the Describes how to set the properties of the M2000 client. M2000 ClientIssue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary 2-1
  16. 16. M20002 Introduction to M2000 Operator Guide2.1 Introduction to the M2000 System iManager M2000 Mobile Element Management System (M2000 for short) is the network management system (NMS) for Huawei mobile communications products. It works in the widely used Client/Server mode. The M2000 system contains a set of servers and multiple clients connected to the servers. ! The M2000 server runs on the Unix platform. The server processes and stores NE data. ! The M2000 clients run on the Windows platform. The clients provide friendly graphical interfaces for operations and maintenance on the NEs.2.2 Logging in to the M2000 ClientDescription Start the M2000 Client, and log in to the M2000 server. After logging in to the M2000 client successfully, you can use the client to perform routine operation and maintenance for the network equipment.Network Equipment Supporting This Task NEs are not involved.Prerequisites Before logging in to the M2000 client, ensure that: ! The M2000 client software is installed. ! The corresponding M2000 server is working properly. ! The software versions of the M2000 client and the M2000 server match. ! The M2000 client communicates normally with the M2000 server. ! You have the required user name and password.Procedure To log in to the M2000 client, perform the following steps: Step 1 Choose Start > Programs > iManager M2000 Client > M2000 Client to start the M2000 client. You can configure the path for the menu iManager M2000 Client > M2000 Client in Start > Programs when you install the client software. The default path is iManager M2000 Client. Step 2 In the displayed User Login dialog box, enter the server IP address to log in to the M2000 client.2-2 Huawei Technologies Proprietary Issue 02 (2006-10-31)
  17. 17. M2000Operator Guide 2 Introduction to M2000 If User Login does not list the information about the specified server, click . The Server Information dialog box is displayed. In this dialog box, set the server information, such as the server IP and sever port. Step 3 Enter the user name and password. Click Login. After the connection is set up, the client obtains the required data from the server. After the data is loaded, the Physical Topology window is displayed, as shown in Figure 2-1. The Physical Topology window is the M2000 client interface. Figure 2-1 M2000 client interface (Physical Topology window) ----End2.3 Setting Properties of the M2000 Client2.3.1 Setting Properties of the SystemDescription Set the following properties of the M2000 client. ! Mode for displaying messages ! Maximum output lines ! Auto displacement ! Auto locking periodIssue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary 2-3
  18. 18. M20002 Introduction to M2000 Operator GuideNetwork Equipment Supporting This Task NEs are not involved.Prerequisites Before setting the properties of the system, ensure that you have logged in to the M2000 client.Procedure To set the properties of the M2000 client, perform the following steps: Step 1 Choose System > System Setting. The System Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 2-2. Figure 2-2 Output Window tab in the System Setting dialog box Step 2 In the Output Window tab, set parameters such as Maximum Output Lines. Step 3 Click the Terminal tab in the System Setting dialog box, as shown in Figure 2-3.2-4 Huawei Technologies Proprietary Issue 02 (2006-10-31)
  19. 19. M2000Operator Guide 2 Introduction to M2000 Figure 2-3 Terminal tab in the System Setting dialog box Step 4 Set the period for Automatically locked or turn off the option. Step 5 Click OK. ----End2.3.2 Customizing ToolbarDescription Create the self defined toolbar in the M2000 client.Network Equipment Supporting This Task NEs are not involved.Prerequisites Before customizing the toolbar, ensure that you have logged in to the M2000 client.Procedure To customize the toolbar, perform the following steps:Issue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary 2-5
  20. 20. M20002 Introduction to M2000 Operator Guide Step 1 Choose Tools > Customize Toolbar. The Customize Toolbar dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 2-4. Figure 2-4 Customize Toolbar dialog box Step 2 Select the tool groups and button on the toolbar. Step 3 Click OK. ----End2-6 Huawei Technologies Proprietary Issue 02 (2006-10-31)
  21. 21. M2000Operator Guide 3 NE Connection 3 NE ConnectionAbout This Chapter The following table lists the contents of this chapter. Title Description 3.1 Connecting NEs to the Introduces how to connect the NEs to the M2000. M2000 3.2 Monitoring Connection Describes how to monitor the connection statuses of the Status of NEs NEs in the topology view or through the system monitor browser.Issue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary 3-1
  22. 22. M20003 NE Connection Operator Guide3.1 Connecting NEs to the M2000 After the NEs are connected to the M2000, you can operate or maintain the NEs through the M2000 system. Debug the NEs and ensure that they work well before you connect them to the M2000 system. For details, see the M2000 Commissioning Guide.3.2 Monitoring Connection Status of NEs3.2.1 Introduction to Connection Status of NEs In the topology view, the connection statuses of the NEs are shown by NE icon and NE status icon. The NE status icon is displayed at the top left of the NE icon. Multiple NE icons displayed at the same time indicate that the NE is in several connection statuses. When the NE and the M2000 are connected, the NE icon and NE status icon is displayed in the topology view. You can operate and maintain the NE through the M2000. When the NE is processing synchronization or disconnected with the M2000, the NE status icons are displayed at the top left corner of the NE icon, as shown in Table 3-1. Table 3-1 Icons indicating NE connection status Icon Meaning Description Synchronization The M2000 extracts the NE configuration from the NE. The processing data is synchronized when the NE is connected or reconnected to the M2000. Connection The M2000 server is disconnected with the NE. down The O&M (operation and maintenance) path between the NE and the M2000 does not work smoothly, or errors occur to some TCP or UDP ports. NE not match The NE is not matched. The O&M path between the NE and the M2000 works well. You cannot, however, operate or maintain the NE through the M2000 because the NE is not installed with the right version of the mediation package. Forbid Connect The NE is prohibited from being connected to the M2000 server. Unknown type The current system does not support the NE type. FourStates The NE state contains four or more states.3-2 Huawei Technologies Proprietary Issue 02 (2006-10-31)
  23. 23. M2000Operator Guide 3 NE Connection3.2.2 Monitoring NE Status in the Topology ViewDescription Monitor the status of the NEs in the topology view.Network Equipment Supporting This Task All manageable network equipment.Prerequisites Before monitoring the status of an NE, ensure that you have logged in to the M2000 client.Procedure To monitor the status of an NE in the topology view, perform the following steps: Step 1 Click the Tree tab on the left of the topology view. Step 2 Select the subnet with the NE. Step 3 Select the NE. The NE status is shown in the topology view on the right of the topology view. Here are two examples, ! shows that the NE HLR36 is in the Connected status. ! shows that the NE MGW is in the Connection down status. For the NEs in the Connection down status, contact the department concerned immediately. ----End3.2.3 Monitoring NE Status through the System Monitor BrowserDescription View the connection status of NEs through the system monitor browser.Network Equipment Supporting This Task All manageable network equipment.Prerequisites Before monitoring NE status through the system monitor browser, ensure that you have logged in to the M2000 client.Issue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary 3-3
  24. 24. M20003 NE Connection Operator GuideProcedure To monitor NE status through the system monitor browser, perform the following steps: Step 1 Choose Tools > System Monitor > Monitor Browser. The System Monitor Browser dialog box is displayed. Step 2 Click the NE Monitor tab. The status of each NE is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-1. Figure 3-1 Monitoring the NE statuses through the system monitor browser3-4 Huawei Technologies Proprietary Issue 02 (2006-10-31)
  25. 25. M2000Operator Guide 4 Topology Management 4 Topology ManagementAbout This Chapter The following table lists the contents of this chapter. Title Description 4.1 Terminologies Related to Introduces the glossary related to topology management. Topology Management 4.2 Creating NEs Describes how to create the NEs in the topology view and in batches. 4.3 Deleting NEs Describes how to delete the NEs and the group NEs in the topology view. 4.4 Creating Subnets Describes how to create the subnets in the topology view. 4.5 Deleting Subnets Describes how to delete the subnets in the topology view. 4.6 Creating Links Describes how to create the links in the topology view. 4.7 Moving NEs Describes how to move the NEs in the topology view. 4.8 Filtering NEs in the Describes how to filter the NEs in the topology view. Topology View 4.9 Customizing Topology Describes how to customize the topology tips. Tips 4.10 Switching Background Describes how to switch the background maps of the Maps topology views.Issue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary 4-1
  26. 26. M20004 Topology Management Operator Guide4.1 Terminologies Related to Topology Management4.1.1 Topology ViewMeaning The topology view is the mapping of the communication network (managed through the M2000 system) on the M2000. The topology view shows the equipment and the connection between the equipment in the form of view and tree. It also provides entry points for the operations related to the configuration, alarm, and performance management through the client. The M2000 topology view consists of two parts: tree and view. ! The navigation tree on the left shows all the involved topology objects, such as NEs, subnets, and the hierarchical architecture between these objects. ! The topology view on the right shows all the topology objects in the current network and the location-related relationship between these objects. The system synchronizes the navigation tree and the topology view automatically.Examples The displayed window after you log in the M2000 client is a topology view.4.1.2 Network ElementsMeaning Topology management uses NEs to identify the communication equipment in the network. ! Physical NE Physical NEs are the communication devices that can be managed by the M2000. ! Virtual NE The third-party communication equipment in the entire communication network. The M2000 cannot manage the equipment. Virtual NEs help complete the structure of the communication network. In the topology view, the physical NE and virtual NE are distinguished by different icon colors. For example, the physical NE HLR is displayed as in the topology view, while the virtual NE HLR is displayed as . The equipment type corresponds to the NE type. The NE types are identified by different icons. You can view the icons by clicking the Legend tab in the left of the window.Examples Some examples of NEs are as follows:4-2 Huawei Technologies Proprietary Issue 02 (2006-10-31)
  27. 27. M2000Operator Guide 4 Topology Management ! Huawei BTS3812A sets up a physical connection with the M2000; thus it is a physical NE. ! The third-party equipment MOTOROLA HLR is a virtual NE. ! The M2000 itself is a special NE. The M2000 is displayed as OMC in the topology view.4.1.3 SubnetsMeaning To manage NEs more efficiently, the huge M2000 network can be divided into several smaller networks based on certain principles, such as by region. These smaller networks are called subnets in the topology.Examples An example of subnets is as follows: If the M2000 can manage all the NEs in the provinces A, B and C, these NEs can be divided into three subnets by region (herein province). The three subnets can also be divided into smaller subnets by city or county. In other words, a subnet can be nested in another subnet.4.1.4 Group NEsMeaning Some NEs in the communication network form a certain hierarchical architecture. The Group NE is an NE that works as both an NE and a subnet.Examples Some examples of group NEs are as follows: ! An RNC is a group NE. It manages NodeB NEs. ! An MSC Server is a group NE. It manages MGW NEs.4.1.5 LinksMeaning The topology view uses links to identify the physical or logical connections between the communication equipment. There are two types of links, physical and virtual, as shown in Table 4-1.Issue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary 4-3
  28. 28. M20004 Topology Management Operator Guide Table 4-1 Descriptions of two link types Link Description type Physical It refers to the signaling connections between two physical NEs. link M2000 supports six types of physical links: MTP3, MTP3B, DATALINK, M3UA, H248, and BICCSCTP. MTP3 MTP3 and MTP3B can only be created manually. ! The NE at one side of the link must be a physical MGW. MTP3B ! The NE at the other side of the link can be a physical MSC Server, or a virtual RNC or MSC Server. DATALINK These three types are created by the system automatically. ! DATALINK links can be created between a physical CG and M3UA a physical GGSN80 or SGSN. ! H248 and M3UA links can only be created between a H248 physical MGW and MSC Server. BICCSCTP ! BICCSCTP links can only be created between a physical MSC Server. Virtual ! Virtual link refers to the logical communication connections between two link NEs. ! Virtual links can only be created manually. You can modify or delete virtual links.Examples Some examples of the links are as follows: ! The links between physical MGW and virtual MSC Server are physical links created by the manually. ! The links between virtual MSC Server and virtual HLR are virtual links created manually.4.1.6 Topology ObjectsMeaning NEs, subnets, and group NEs are topology objects.Examples Some examples of topology objects are as follows: ! Huawei communication equipment BTS3812 that communicates with the M2000 is a topological object. ! The manually created virtual link is a topological object. ! The manually created subnet C is a topological object.4-4 Huawei Technologies Proprietary Issue 02 (2006-10-31)
  29. 29. M2000Operator Guide 4 Topology Management4.1.7 Templates for Creating Physical NEs in BatchesMeaning To create NEs in batches on the M2000 client, you must create a script file manually and perform the creation in bathes through executing the script. Templates for creating physical NEs in batches are the standard templates provided by the M2000 client. You only need to export the template, and then enter the information of the NEs to be created. Two formats of templates are available: INI and CSV. Templates for creating physical NEs in batches are the standard templates provided by the M2000 client. Two formats of templates are available: INI and CSV.Templates in the CSV Format The templates in the CSV format apply only to the NEs in WCDMA networks. Use the Microsoft Excel to edit the templates in the CSV format. All the NEs apply the same parameter group, as shown in Figure 4-1. Figure 4-1 An example of CSV templatesTemplates in the INI Format The templates in the INI format apply to create all types of NEs in batches except virtual NEs. Use the notepad to edit the templates in the INI format. Different from the CSV templates, the INI templates apply different parameter groups. To create multiple NEs of the same class, the corresponding parameter groups should be provided accordingly. The following examples show the parameter groups for some typical NEs. Example 1: RNC [RNC] Name = Vendor = Physical Location = District = IP address = Description = Pos X = Pos Y = Position = Coordination =Issue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary 4-5
  30. 30. M20004 Topology Management Operator Guide Example 2: BSC [BSC] Name = Vendor = Physical Location = District = IP address = Description = Username = Password = Pos X = Pos Y = Position = Coordination = For the parameters of the INI templates, see M2000 Online Help.4.2 Creating NEs4.2.1 Creating Physical NEsDescription Create physical NEs in the topology view. After you create an NE successfully, the M2000 synchronizes the NE to obtain the NE configuration data.Network Equipment Supporting This Task All manageable network equipment.Prerequisites Before creating a physical NE, ensure that: ! You have logged in to the M2000 client. ! The mediation software for the NE to be created is installed. ! You have obtained the NE information, such as the NE name, IP address, NE version, and district information.Procedure To create a physical NE in the topology view, perform the following steps: Step 1 Right-click in the topology view, and select Create NE on the displayed menu. The Create NE dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-2.4-6 Huawei Technologies Proprietary Issue 02 (2006-10-31)
  31. 31. M2000Operator Guide 4 Topology Management Figure 4-2 Create NE dialog box Step 2 Select the physical NE category in the Select Category drop-down list. Step 3 Select the NE type in the Select NE Type drop-down list. Step 4 Click Next. Step 5 Select the district. Enter the information such as the NE name and IP address. Step 6 Click Finish. The prompt dialog box Create NE displays the progress of the NE creation. For example, the progress of creating the BSC NE is as shown in Figure 4-3.Issue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary 4-7
  32. 32. M20004 Topology Management Operator Guide Figure 4-3 Progress of creating physical NEs The icon for this NE is displayed in the topology view while the system displays the synchronization progress . The progress bar closes automatically after 100% is displayed. You can operate and maintain the NE through the M2000 client. ----End4.2.2 Creating Virtual NEsDescription Create virtual NEs in the physical topology. After you create a virtual NE successfully, the icon for this NE is displayed in the topology view.Network Equipment Supporting This Task All manageable network equipment.Prerequisites Before creating a virtual NE, ensure that: ! You have logged in to the M2000 client. ! You have obtained the information about the NE, such as the NE name, IP address, and district information.Procedure To create a virtual NE in the topology view, perform the following steps: Step 1 Right-click in the topology view, and select Create NE on the displayed menu. The Create NE dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-2.4-8 Huawei Technologies Proprietary Issue 02 (2006-10-31)
  33. 33. M2000Operator Guide 4 Topology Management Step 2 Select Virtual NEs in the Select Category drop-down list. Step 3 Select an NE type in the Select NE Type drop-down list. Step 4 Click Next. Step 5 Select the district of the NE. Enter the information such as the NE name and IP address. Step 6 Click Finish. The prompt dialog box Create NE displays the progress of the NE creation. After the NE is successfully created, the icon is displayed in the topology view. ----End4.2.3 Creating NE Batch Script Files in CSV FormatDescription Create an NE batch file in the CSV format. The NE batch file is used for creating NEs in batches.Network Equipment Supporting This Task Physical NEs in WCDMA networks.Prerequisites Before creating an NE batch file in the CSV format, ensure that: ! You have obtained the information about the NE Type, IP address, NE version and district. ! The version Excel97 or higher is installed and runs normally.Procedure To create an NE batch file in the CSV format, perform the following steps: Step 1 Choose Configuration > Exports NE Attributes Template > CSV File Format to view Export NE Info template (CSV file format) dialog box. Step 2 Click . Save the template. Step 3 Open the template file, and enter the information of each NE, such as the NE type, NE name, NE version, and district. Obtaining the NE type from the drop-down list in the Create NE dialog box is recommended. For details, see part 4.2.1 "Creating Physical NEs." Step 4 Save the file. ----EndIssue 02 (2006-10-31) Huawei Technologies Proprietary 4-9
  34. 34. M20004 Topology Management Operator Guide4.2.4 Creating NE Batch Script Files in INI FormatDescription Create an NE batch file in the INI format. The NE batch file is used for creating NEs in batches.Network Equipment Supporting This Task All NEs equipment except the virtual NEs.Prerequisites You have obtained the NE information such as the NE Type, IP address, NE version and district.Procedure To create an NE batch file in the INI format, perform the following steps: Step 1 Choose Configuration > Exports NE Attributes Template > INI File Format to view Export NE Info template (INI file format) dialog box. Step 2 Select the NE type. Click , and save the template. Step 3 Open the template file, and enter the information of each NE, such the NE type, NE name, NE version and district. Obtaining the NE type from the drop-down list in the Create NE dialog box is recommended. For details, see part 4.2.1 "Creating Physical NEs." Step 4 Save the file. ----End4.2.5 Creating Physical NEs in BatchesDescription By creating physical NEs in batches, you can add multiple physical NEs in the same subnet into the topology view in batches at a time. The M2000 obtains the information about these NEs created from the batch files, and then synchronizes these NEs to obtain the configuration data.Network Equipment Supporting This Task ! This task applies to creating physical NEs in WCDMA networks when the script file is in the CSV format. ! This task applies to creating all NEs except virtual NEs when the script file is in the INI format.4-10 Huawei Technologies Proprietary Issue 02 (2006-10-31)

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