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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Configuration Example of the UNI-UNI ATM Service

Configuration Example of the UNI-UNI ATM Service

This section describes a configuration case of the UNI-UNI ATM service. The configuration flow diagram is provided to describe the configuration process. The configuration case includes service planning and ATM service configuration.

Networking Diagram

This section describes the networking diagram for the case where the R99 service, Signaling service and HSDPA service are transported between NodeB1 and RNC, NodeB2 and RNC.

The networking diagram of UNI-UNI ATM services is shown in Figure 3-67. ATM services need to be transmitted between the NodeB and the RNC. Connection 1 is used for transmitting R99 services, Connection 2 is used for transmitting HSDPA services, and Connection 3 is used for transmitting signaling services. The NodeB transmits services to the RNC through NE1; NE1 uses the OptiX OSN equipment to receives services from the NodeB and transmit the services to the RNC over three E1 links.

Figure 3-67  Networking of the ATM service

Figure 3-68  NE planning diagram

Service Planning

To transport the R99, Signaling and HSDPA services between NodeB and RNC, three ATM connections should be created.

Node B accesses the ATM service through IMA1, and then transmits the service to RNC. three services that are connected to the N:1 VCC service should be created. Figure 3-67 shows the VPI/VCI switching. The service shown in Figure 3-67 is taken as an example.

Table 3-280 lists the configuration parameters of NE1.

Table 3-280  Configuration parameters of NE1
Attribute Remarks
Base Station of Service NodeB
IMA Group IMA1
Port Accessing the IMA Group at NodeB NE1-3-MD1-1
Port Connected to RNC NE1-4-MD1-1
Connection 1 Source VPI(example:35,36-39)/VCI(example:35,36-39) 1/100
Sink VPI(example:35,36-39)/VCI(example:35,36-39) 2/32
Connection 2 Source VPI(example:35,36-39)/VCI(example:35,36-39) 1/101
Sink VPI(example:35,36-39)/VCI(example:35,36-39) 2/33
Connection 3 Source VPI(example:35,36-39)/VCI(example:35,36-39) 1/102
Sink VPI(example:35,36-39)/VCI(example:35,36-39) 2/34

Table 3-281 lists the configuration parameters of Qos.

Table 3-281  Service types and QoS requirements
Application Scenario ATM Policy PW Bandwidth Tunnel Bandwidth
Audio service, which is carried by the RT-VBR type.
  • Policy ID: 1
  • Policy name: RT-VBR
  • Service type: RT-VBR
  • Traffic type: ClpNoTaggingScrCdvt
  • Clp01Pcr(cell/s): 4000
  • Clp0Scr(cell/s): 1000
  • MBS(cell): 100
  • CDVT(us): 10000
  • Enable Traffic Frame Discarding Flag: Disable
  • UPC/NPC: Disable
Bandwidth: 4 Mbit/s 30 Mbit/s
Signal service, which is carried by the CBR type.
  • Policy ID: 2
  • Policy name: CBR
  • Service type: CBR
  • Traffic type: NoClpNoScr
  • Clp01Pcr(cell/s): 800
  • Enable Traffic Frame Discarding Flag: Disable
  • UPC/NPC: Disable
Bandwidth: 1 Mbit/s
Data service, which is carried by the UBR type.
  • Policy ID: 3
  • Policy name: UBR
  • Service type: UBR
  • Traffic type: NoTrafficDescriptor
  • Enable Traffic Frame Discarding Flag: Disable
  • UPC/NPC: Disable
Bandwidth: 15 Mbit/s

Configuration Process in Per-NE Mode

This section describes the process of configuring a UNI-UNI ATM service on a per-NE basis.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
  • You must understand the networking, requirements and service planning of the example.
  • A network must be created.

Procedure

  1. Configure three ATM policies: CBR, RT-VBR, UBR.
    1. Configure the CBR policy, refer to 2 of the QoS Configuration Case of ATM Services.
    2. Configure the RT-VBR policy, refer to 1 of the QoS Configuration Case of ATM Services.
    3. Configure the UBR policy, refer to 3 of the QoS Configuration Case of ATM Services.
  2. Configure ATM interface: NodeB-side ATM interface and RNC-side ATM interface.
    1. Configure the NodeB-side ATM interface.

      1. In the NE Explorer, select NE1 and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Interface Management > PDH Interface from the Function Tree. Then, configure the NodeB-side interface.
      2. Select 3-MD1-1(PORT-1). Right click the Port Mode field, and select Layer 2. Set the parameters as required, and click Apply.
        NOTE:

        Before setting the port mode, make sure that the port DCN is disabled.

        The configuration parameters are as follows:

        • Port: 3-MD1-1(PORT-1)
        • Name: NodeB ATM (Set the port name as required. The port name distinguishes the port from other ports and helps to query the port.)
        • Port Mode: Layer 2 (The port transmits IMA signals.)
        • Encapsulation: ATM (Default)
      3. In the Advanced Attributes tab, set the Frame Format, Frame Mode of the 3-MD1-1(PORT-1). Click Apply.

        The configuration parameters are as follows:

        • Port: 3-MD1-1(PORT-1)
        • Frame Format: CRC-4 Multiframe (Set the Frame Format as the same as the parameter of NodeB.)
        • Frame Mode: 31
      4. Choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Interface Management > ATM IMA Management from Function Tree, and click the Binding tab.
      5. In the Binding tab, click Configuration and set the parameters such as Available Boards, Configuration Ports. Then, click OK.

        The configuration parameters are as follows:

        • Available Boards: 3-MD1 (Set this parameter according to networking planning.)
        • Configuration Ports: 3-MD1-1(PORT-1) (Set this parameter according to networking planning.)
        • Available Bound Paths
          • Level: E1 (Select E1 for an ATM E1 board and VC12-xv for an ATM STM-1 board. Herein, the board is an ATM E1 board.)
          • Direction: Bidirectional (Default)
          • Optical Interface: - (This parameter need not be set for E1, but need be set for VC12-xv. Herein, the path level is E1.)
        • Available Resources: 3-MD1-1(PORT-1)
        • Available Timeslots: - (This parameter need not be set for E1, but need be set for VC12-xv.)
      6. In the IMA Group Management tab, double-click the IMA Protocol Enable Status field and select Enabled. Set the other parameters as required. Then, click Apply.

        The configuration parameters are as follows:

        Set the IMA Protocol Version, IMA Transmit Frame Length, IMA Symmetry Mode, Maximum Delay Between Links, Minimum Number of Active Transmitting Links, and Minimum Number of Active Receiving Links parameters as the same as these parameters of NodeB.

      7. In the ATM Interface Management tab, set the parameters such as Max. VPI and Max. VCI for the interface. Then, click Apply.

        The configuration parameters are as follows:

        • Port Type: UNI (A UNI interface is connected to the client equipment and an NNI interface is connected to ATM equipment in the core network.)
        • ATM Cell Payload Scrambling: Enabled
        • Max. VPI: 255 (Set this parameter according to networking planning. Set Max. VPI to specify the value range of VPI. The VPI ranges from 0 to Max. VPI.)
        • Max. VCI: 65535 (Set this parameter according to networking planning. Set Max. VCI to specify the value range of VCI. The VCI ranges from 32 to Max. VCI.)
        • VCC-Supported VPI Count: 32 (Set this parameter according to networking planning.)
        • Loopback: Non-Loopback

    2. Configure the RNC-side ATM ports in the same manner.
  3. Configure a UNI-UNI ATM service.

    1. Choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > ATM Service Management from the Function Tree.
    2. In the Connection tab, click New. The New ATM Service window is displayed. In the window, configure a UNI-UNI service.

      The configuration parameters are as follows:

      • Service ID: 10
      • Service Name: ATMService-10
      • Service Type: UNI-UNI
      • Connection Type: PVC (PVC indicates that the VPI and VCI of the ATM connection can be modified; PVP indicates that only the VPI of the ATM connection can be modified.)
    3. Click the Connection tab and click Add to add connection 1, connection 2 and connection 3. Then, click OK.

      The configuration parameters are as follows:

      • Connection 1
        • Connection Name: Connection 1
        • Source Board: 3-MD1
        • Source Port: 1(Port-1)
        • Source VPI(example:35,36-39): 1 (the VPI information transmitted with the service from NodeB)
        • Source VCI(example:35,36-39): 100 (the VCI information transmitted with the service from NodeB)
        • PW ID: -
        • Sink Board: 4-MD1
        • Sink Port: 1(PORT-1)
        • Sink VPI(example:35,36-39): 2 (The VPI information transmitted with the service after VPI switching. The Sink VPI ranges from 0 to Max. VPI.)
        • Sink VCI(example:35,36-39): 32 (The VCI information transmitted with the service after VCI switching. The Sink VCI ranges from 32 to Max. VCI.)
        • Uplink Policy: RT-VBR (Select the RT-VBR policy, because connection 1 is an R99 service.)
        • Downlink Policy: RT-VBR (Select the RT-VBR policy, because connection 1 is an R99 service.)
      • Connection 2
        • Connection Name: Connection 2
        • Source Board: 3-MD1
        • Source Port: 1(Port-1)
        • Source VPI(example:35,36-39): 1
        • Source VCI(example:35,36-39): 101
        • PW ID: -
        • Sink Board: 4-MD1
        • Sink Port: 1(PORT-1)
        • Sink VPI(example:35,36-39): 2
        • Sink VCI(example:35,36-39): 33
        • Uplink Policy: UBR (Select the UBR policy, because connection 2 is an HSDPA service.)
        • Downlink Policy: UBR (Select the UBR policy, because connection 2 is an HSDPA service.)
      • Connection 3
        • Connection Name: Connection 3
        • Source Board: 3-MD1
        • Source Port: 1(Port-1)
        • Source VPI(example:35,36-39): 1 (the VPI information transmitted with the service from NodeB)
        • Source VCI(example:35,36-39): 102 (the VCI information transmitted with the service from NodeB)
        • PW ID: -
        • Sink Board: 4-MD1
        • Sink Port: 1(PORT-1)
        • Sink VPI(example:35,36-39): 2
        • Sink VCI(example:35,36-39): 34
        • Uplink Policy: CBR (Select the CBR policy, because connection 2 is a Signaling service.)
        • Downlink Policy: CBR (Select the CBR policy, because connection 2 is a Signaling service.)

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