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V200R13 BTS3012 basestations IP rehoming configuration guide


Also valid for V600R13 BTS3900B(pico) sites.
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Author/ Email: Eray Uyank/eray.uyanik@huawei.com Version: V1.0(20120723) CO., LTD. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES

Contents
1. Purposes and Applicable Scenarios of IPRehoming
2. Design and Implementation methods of IPRehoming 3. Hardware and Data Planning of IPRehoming 4. Data Configuration, Commissioning, and Verification of IPRehoming (Key Point)

Purposes

New IPRehoming Functions

Before the introduction of the new functions, the static IP can be

configured for the BTS locally in the static IP networking mode while
the new functions support remote static IP configuration.

Enhanced functions: For the earlier BTS version, in the static IP networking mode, operators can modify locally the configured

parameters, such as BTS IP, BSC IP, and routers.

Enabling low cost services: The IPRehoming enables remote static IP configuration. In this case, operators do not need to go to the BTS, which contributes to higher efficiency.

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Applicable Scenarios

For the BTS in the static IP networking mode, operation


and maintenance personnel do not need to go to the BTS for the network deployment or modification of the static IP. This feature allows them to operate remotely.

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Networking, Hardware, and Software Planning


Involved NEs: BSC and BTS Networking Requirements

IP networking (IPoFE/IPoE1)

Hardware Requirements None

Software Requirements

BSC6900: BSC6900V900R011C00SPC720 or later versions BTS: BTS3000V200R013C00SPC003 or later versions BTS3900B: BTS3000V600R013 or later versions.

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Introduction to 3012 Series Base Stations V200R013C00 IPRehoming


IMP BTSDEVIP, IMP BTSIPPARA, IMP BTSIPRT, IMP BTSVLAN, IMP BTSMPGRP, IMP BTSMPLNK, and IMP BTSPPPLNK. After modification of parameters by running the newly added commands, users need to run the ACT BTSIMPDATA command

to activate the newly configured data. The BTS writes the data
into the Flash and backs up the original data to another Flash. The newly configured data can take effect only after users reset the BTS. Then, the BTS attempts to create links with the BSC using the new data. If the attempt fails, the backup data will be used for another try, that is to say, the BTS attempts to connect to the BSC using data in the two flashes. We have to configure both side, BSC and BTS.
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Data Planning

Planning of data required for enabling the feature includes:

Data for the BTS: Configure the BTS based on the data planning, including configuration of BTS IP, routers, BSC IP and VLAN, and ppp/mp links.

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How to configure STEP 1

First LST BTSIP and LST BTSIPRT: Shows the current


configuration on site, Lets change it to 10.100.100.3.

How to configure STEP 2


IMP BTSDEVIP command: (IMPORT commands are used to write new configuration to BTS flash, but only takes effect after ACT BTSIMPDATA. )
1. After this command is executed successfully, do not run the ACT BTSIMPDATA command to activate the BTS data until the BTS data are imported successfully by running other IMP commands. Then, reset the BTS to modify the BTS static IP addresses that is configured locally. 2. In this command, Port No. specifies the port number of the BTS, Port Cabinet No. specifies the No. of the cabinet where the FE/GE port is located, Subrack No. specifies the No. of the subrack that holds the GTMU board (IP interface board for non-BTS3900E base stations), and Slot No. specifies the No. of the slot that holds the GTMU board (IP interface board for non-BTS3900E base stations). BTS Name must be defined uniquely in the source BSC and target BSC in the case of BTS reparent between BSCs. 3. The values of all the preceding configuration parameters are the ones after the BTS data are changed.

%%IMP BTSDEVIP: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=3, CFGSW=ENABLE, PN=0, CN=0, SRN=0, SN=3, IP="10.100.100.3", MASK="255.255.255.0";%% RETCODE = 0 Execution succeeded.

How to configure STEP 3

IMP BTSIPPARA command:


Use this command to configure the BTS that is locally configured with static IP addresses. Run this command to import the BTS data after the IP Physical Tran. Type, BTS Communication Type, BTS IP, and BSC IP of a BTS are changed. Note 1. After this command is executed successfully, do not run the ACT BTSIMPDATA command to activate the BTS data until the BTS data are imported successfully by running other IMP commands. Then, reset the BTS to modify the BTS static IP addresses that is configured locally.

2. The values of all the preceding configuration parameters are the ones after the BTS data are changed.

%%IMP BTSIPPARA: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=3,

CFGSW=ENABLE, IPPHYTRANSTYPE=IP_OVER_FE/GE,
BTSCOMTYPE=PORTIP, BTSIP="10.100.100.3", BSCIP="100.100.100.34";%%

RETCODE = 0 Execution succeeded.

How to configure STEP 4

IMP BTSIPRT command:


Use this command to configure the BTS that is locally configured with static IP addresses. Run this command to import the routing data to the BTS after the network segment on which the IP address of a BSC interface board is located is changed or the out-going port or next-hop IP address of the BTS route is changed. Note 1. After this command is executed successfully, do not run the ACT BTSIMPDATA command to activate the BTS data until the BTS data are imported successfully by running other IMP commands. Then, reset

the BTS to modify the BTS static IP addresses that is configured locally.

2. The values of all the preceding configuration parameters are the ones after the BTS data are changed.

%%IMP BTSIPRT: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=3, CFGSW=ENABLE, DSTIP="100.100.100.32", DSTMASK="255.255.255.252", RTTYPE=NEXTHOP, NEXTHOP="10.100.100.1";%% RETCODE = 0 Execution succeeded.

How to configure STEP 5

ACT BTSIMPDATA command:


Use this command to activate the data imported by using the IMP BTSIPPARA, IMP BTSDEVIP, IMP BTSIPRT, IMP BTSVLAN, IMP BTSMPGRP, IMP BTSMPLNK, IMP BTSPPPLNK, IMP BTSVLANCLASS, IMP BTSVLANMAP, IMP BTSNETPARA, IMP BTSIKEPEER, and IMP BTSIKECFG commands. After this command is executed, the BTS saves the configured data to the configuration data saving area in the BTS flash. The data takes effect after the BTS is reset. It is a critical command, Retry Number as yellow marked below indicateds that how many times system will try to modify new setting on BTS. If we input as 1, in case of abnormal situation like OML setting up failure then BTS will be up with latest(old) configuration within 25 minutes. If we set it to 2, system will try 2 times and if fails, after 40 minutes BTS will be up with OLD configuration. Recommended value is 1. The number of the attempts is indicated by the value of this parameter.

How to configure STEP 6


After we activate IMPORT configurations, now we should continue with BSC side configuration: Before continue to set BSC side configuration, lets explain EXPORT commands. EXPORT commands are only used for to export the Ethernet port IP address configured by using IMPORT commands. That means, it shows the new configuration which will be activated after we finish the whole procedure.

EXP BTSDEVIP:
Use this command to export the Ethernet port IP address configured by using the IMP BTSDEVIP command.

EXP BTSIPPARA:
Use this command to export the Ethernet port IP address configured by using the IMP BTSIPPARA command.

EXP BTSIPRT:
Use this command to export the BTS routes configured by using the IMP BTSIPRT command.

How to configure STEP 7

BSC side configuration:


First we deactive the BTS. +++ O&M HUAWEI #5037224 2012-05-07 13:25:50 DST

%%DEA BTS: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=3;%% RETCODE = 0 Execution succeeded. --END

How to configure STEP 8


BSC side configuration: As you can see below, BSC paramaters have not changed yet,

How to configure STEP 9

BSC side configuration:


LST IPPATH DEA IPPM RMV IPPATH:s SET BTSIP:

RMV BTSDEVIP ADD BTSDEVIP:

How to configure STEP 10


BSC side configuration: ADD IPPATHs as same as previous configuration ACT BTS:

After site is up, you can query the configuration on BTS by running EXPORT commands.

Example MML configuration:

DATA Configuration:

CSR previously opened for ACT BTSIMPDATA command.

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