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OSN 9800 V100 Configuration Guide 03

This document introduces service configuration process for OSN 9800.
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Configuration Example of a UNI-UNI CES (VC12 Level) Service

Configuration Example of a UNI-UNI CES (VC12 Level) Service

This topic describes the configuration example of a UNI-UNI CES service.

Example Description

This topic describes the application scenario of UNI-UNI CES services, including the networking diagram and service planning.

Figure 4-12 shows the networking diagram of the UNI-UNI CES services. Optical transport network (OTN) devices can be used between the radio network controller (RNC) and NodeBs to receive and transmit CES services. One CES service is transmitted respectively between NodeB1 and the RNC and between NodeB2 and the RNC. The service requirements are as follows:
  • NE1 is OSN 9800 U32 Standard.
  • The EC116 board is used between NodeBs and the RNC to receive and transmit VC12 CES services.
Figure 4-12 Networking of the CES services

Service Planning

To transmit a CES service between NodeB and RNC, you need to create two CES services.

The UNI-UNI is used to access the local service, and then the UNI-UNI transmits the accessed service to RNC. A CES service is present between each NodeB and RNC. Two E1 timeslots of the CES service are fully used.

Table 4-20 lists the configuration parameters of NE1.

Table 4-20 Configuration parameters of NE1

Attribute

Value

Value

NE

NE1

NE1

Service ID

1

2

Mode

UNI-UNI

UNI-UNI

PW mode

CESoPSN

CESoPSN

Service Name

CES1

CES2

CES service type

Common service

Common service

AC configuration list 1

Port

Serial0/12/0/13:1:1:1

Serial0/12/0/14:1:1:1

AC configuration list 2

Port

Serial0/12/0/15:1:1:1

Serial0/12/0/16:1:1:1

Configuring CES Services on a Per-NE Basis

This topic describes how to configure the two CES services in the example on a per-NE basis.

Prerequisites

You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.

You must understand the networking, requirements and service planning of the example.

A network must be created.

Procedure

  1. Configure CES service interfaces, including the NodeB-side interface and RNC-side interface.
    1. In the NE Explorer, right-click NE1 and choose the EC116 board. Then, choose Configuration > Interface Management > Path Configuration from the navigation tree.
    2. On the VC4 Channel Configuration tab, set Multiplex Type of port 12 on the NodeB side to VC12.
    3. On the VC12 Channel Configuration tab, set VC12 Frame Format and Frame Mode.
    4. Select a desired VC12 channel on port 13 on the NodeB side. On the Channel-sets tab, click Create, and set Timeslot ID and Specified bound timeslot as required.

    5. Click Apply.

      Refer to steps 1.a through 1.e to configure port 14 on the NodeB side and ports 15 and 16 on the RNC side.

  2. Create local CES service 1.
    1. In the NE Explorer, right-click NE1 and choose Configuration > CES Service Management from the navigation tree.
    2. Click Create and set parameters for lCES1.
    3. Click Port. In the dialog box that is displayed, choose a serial interface and set Link protocol to TDM link protocol. Click Apply, and click OK.

      Item

      Value

      Service ID

      1

      Service type

      UNI-UNI

      PW type

      CESoPSN

      Service name

      CES1

      Service Type of CES

      p2p

      AC configuration list 1

      Port

      Serial0/12/0/13:1:1:1

      NOTE:

      The interface format is as follows: Serial interface/slot ID/subrack name/port number:VC4 higher-order channel number:VC12 lower-order channel number:timeslot number. For example, Serial0/12/0/13:1:1 indicates a Serial0 interface of the board in slot 12 in subrack 0. The first VC12 lower-order channel of one VC4 higher-order channel on interface 13 of the board is set as an AC-side interface.

      AC configuration list 2

      Port

      Serial0/12/0/15:1:1:1

    4. Click OK. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation succeeds.
  3. Create user-side-to-user-side CES2. For details, see 2.a to 2.d.

    Item

    Value

    Service ID

    2

    Service type

    UNI-UNI

    PW type

    CESoPSN

    Service name

    Local CES service 2

    Service Type of CES

    p2p

    AC configuration list 1

    Port

    Serial0/12/0/14:1:1:1

    AC configuration list 2

    Port

    Serial0/12/0/16:1:1:1

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