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Introduction to the Working
Principles of the M2000-CME
V200R011 (Basics)
ISSUE1.1
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The CME is a GUI configuration solution of the Single
RAN.
Based on the typical application process, this document
describes the working principles of the CME from the
aspect of the location of the CME, configuration policies
of the CME software and hardware, and working
principles. In addition, it describes the frameworks of the
CME manuals.


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You can understand the following contents through
this training:
Location of the CME in the OSS solution of the
Single RAN
Basic principles of the CME
Configuration Procedure of the CME
Integrated version
Standalone version
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1 CME of the Single RAN
2 Basic Concept of the CME
3 Working Principles and
Configuration Procedure of
the CME
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Location of the CME
The CME is a part of the OSS solution, and is the core of the integrated configuration solution for multi-mode
radio network provided by Huawei. In addition, the CME supports typical scenarios of UMTS and GSM networks,
such as initial site deployment, network capacity expansion, BTS swapping, and routine configuration adjustment.
The CME11.0 provides a solution for the unified management configuration of the GSM/UMTS/LTE (GUL).
For the GSM network, the BSC6900 working with the CME provides the GUI data configuration function.
For the UMTS network, the CME is an evolution of the WRAN CME V100R008.
For the LTE, the CME works with the eRAN2.0/eRAN2.1 and provides functions such as site deployment and
routine maintenance.
The CME11.0 supports the SRAN6.0 and the downward overall solution.
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Features of the CME
Advanced Tools
Batch data configuration
Configuration of parameters
for site deployment,
neighboring cells, and
algorithms
BTS swapping
ARFCN modification
3GPP northbound interface
Scenario/workflow optimization
Planning in advance
Concurrent operation
Frequency replanning
workflow
Swapping workflow
Quality Assurance

Consistency check based on
the entire network
Check for the data validity
and service rules
Reduction of Operation and
Maintenance Cost
Reducing the complexity during the
site deployment
Unifying the maintenance solution
for the M2000
Unifying the management of
activating configuration scripts
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Delivery Features of the CME V200R011
Software Platform
Supporting Sun mini-server +
Solaris + Sybase
Supporting HP/ATAE mini-
server + Linux + Oracle
Sharing the platform with the
M2000
Providing a single-server
version
Providing a Chinese version
Distributed mode
High availability (HA)
Security
Reliability
Component-based release
RAN 13.0/12.0/11.0 / 11.1
GBSS 13.0/12.0/9.0/8.x
LTE 2.0/ LTE 2.1
NE Access
Value-Added Service
MBTS integrated configuration
RRU resource allocation
BTS swapping crossing NEs
and versions
Frequency replanning on the
entire network
Site deployment in batches
Adjustment of neighboring cell
relations
Modification of algorithm
parameters in batches
3GPP northbound
configuration
Consistency check
Panoramic view
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Advantages of the CME
GUL Multi-mode Configuration
The configuration on the GSM, UMTS, and the LTE is synchronized and the configuration consistency on the GSM, UMTS, and the LTE is checked to
ensure that the GUL resources are centrally managed.
In the BSC6900, the GSM, UMTS, LTE, and MBTS use the unified device panel to implement the centralized management of the GSM/UMTS devices.













GUI Enhancement
The TOPO site deployment, BTS networking, TRXs of each cell, and timeslot allocation can be viewed in GUI mode on the LMT of the BSC6000.
Therefore, the BTS configuration and resource allocation can be displayed clearly.



New TOPO site deployment
Traditional site deployment wizard
Display the transmission
relations intuitively.
Cascade,
multi-link
Ring topology
Display the timeslot on the GUI.
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Advantages of the CME (Continued)
Improvement on Operation Efficiency
The network-level configuration is centralized.
Single BSC multiple BSC
Configuration of a single BTS Configuration of BTSs in batches through the templates
The BTS swapping within a BSC and that between the BSCs can be implemented. In addition, the data
adjustment of neighboring cells can be implemented automatically, saving time for script preparation by
network optimization engineers.
The files configured in offline mode dynamically take effect, improving the file configuration in offline mode.
On the LMT, DAT files configured in offline mode can take effect only after the BSC is reset. In this
case, services are greatly affected.
On the CME, after files are configured in offline mode, corresponding MML scripts are generated so
that these files can take effect when the MML scripts are delivered dynamically. In this case, the BSC is
not reset and services are not affected.
Compared with the LMT of BSC6000, the CME supports the multi-user concurrent configuration in online
mode.
The data browsing capability and retrieval capability on the entire network are greatly improved.
Security
The CME provides the function of data check on the entire network before data is activated, including the
check for completeness, redundancy, and consistency.
The CME supports the data rollback in key scenarios.
The CME supports the parameter comparison. That is, the CME compares the data that has taken effect and
the template to check whether data configuration is correct.
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Advantages of the CME (Continued)
Functions of SingleRAN6.0 Working with the CME
MBTS data is configured through the GUI or exporting the negotiation data.
The menu entrance is unified and the operations are simple. In addition, the GU/GL multi-mode MBTS can be created
integrally, using the method for single-mode MBTS configuration.
This ensures the consistency of common parameters in G/U or G/L mode.
Capacity of a single-mode MBTS is expanded.
A single-mode MBTS can be expanded to a dual-mode MBTS in any mode from GSM, UMTS, or LTE.
This ensures the consistency of common parameters in G/U or G/L mode.
Capacity of a dual-mode MBTS is expanded.
A dual-mode MBTS can be expanded to a triple-mode MBTS in any mode from G/U, U/L, or G/L.
This ensures the consistency of common parameters in G/U /L mode.
The MBTS uses the unified device panel to configure the dual-mode device panel so that data can take effect on both G/U and
G/L side simultaneously.
The MBTS device data is configured intuitively.
The MBTS device boards in G/U, G/L, and G/U/L mode can be displayed in a unified way.
The configuration parameters of MBTS common boards are modified.
Parameters of the MBTS common boards are configured in a unified way.
Parameters of common boards are configured intuitively.
Parameters of common boards in G/U, G/L, and G/U/L mode are displayed in a unified way.
This ensures the consistency of common board parameters in G/U, G/L, and G/U/L mode.
MBTS templates are managed in a unified way.
The consistency check result is enhanced.
The list of MBTSs to be deployed is exported.
The dynamic spectrum sharing (DSS) is supported.
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1 CME of the Single RAN
2 Basic Concept of the CME
3 Working Principles and
Configuration Procedure of
the CME
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Version of the CME
Integrated version (or online, network mode)
The CME is installed on the M2000.
The communication between the CME and NEs is
implemented through the M2000 client.
Standalone version (or offline mode)
The CME is installed on a PC.
The CME cannot communicate with NEs directly. NE data is obtained
manually and scripts are delivered manually.
The Windows operating system is supported.
The CME can be installed on the M2000 (integrated version) or installed independently (standalone version),
depending on the OSS network and project process.
GBTS
NodeB
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Software and Hardware Deployment (1)
Integrated into the M2000
Software platform
Solaris + Sybase
Linux + Oracle
Hardware platform
Sun
HP
ATAE
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Software and Hardware Deployment (2)
Citrix networking
solution
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Deployment CME Integrated Version
The CME is installed on the
M2000 server.
Data is exchanged in the
following modes:
Extracting network configuration
data through channels of the
M2000
Delivering configuration data
through channels of the M2000 by
executing related commands
M 2 K Slave Server M 2 K Master Server
Corba
NE
DB
DB Link
CME Adapter
iMAP Platform
M 2 K Mediation
iMAP Platform
CME Business Server
N - Itf ( Corba )
NMS
CME Client
Client Framework
GBSS
Business
WRAN
Business
MBSC/MBTS
Business
LTE
Business
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Deployment CME Standalone Version
The standalone CME is for internal use only.
The CME is installed on a PC.
The Windows operating system is supported.
The standalone CME is independent of the M2000 or
other NEs.
The CME is used in the pure offline scenario.
Data is exchanged in the following modes:
Extracting NE configuration data by importing the
configuration files exported by NEs
MBSC: bcp file
NodeB: XML configuration file
eNodeB: XML configuration file
Supporting backing up or recovering NE
configuration data of the CME
Recovering or exchanging data between CME
standalone (offline) versions by backing up data

CME Server
Corba
SQL Server
DB Link
CME Business Server
CME Client
Client Framework
GBSS
Business
WRAN
Business
MBSC/MBTS
Business
LTE
Business
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Triple Area
Triple area: current area, planned area, and fallback area
Current area
Current area is a network data mirroring area used to save the configuration data of the live network.
Data in the current area is read-only and cannot be modified directly to ensure the security of the
network.
Only one current area is available for a network system.
Through the CME, the data of the live network can be periodically or automatically synchronized to the
current area. Alternatively, users can manually synchronize the data of the live network to the current
area.

Planned area
Planned area is a data planning area that is created with the data of a certain NE system.
Users can perform data planning in the planned area. Different users can create their respective
planned areas. The planned areas are independent of each other.
After implementing data planning in the planned area, users can export the generated data scripts.
After executing the data scripts to the NE, users can make the data take effect.

Fallback area
The rollback command scripts are generated in the fallback area to perform rollback.
When configuration adjustment effects are not ideal, the CME can quickly roll back to the original
configuration status.
Currently, the CME supports the rollback on the GSM side in only three scenarios: RNP import,
modification of radio algorithm parameters in batches, ARFCN import. In addition, the CME supports
the rollback in all adjustment scenarios on the UMTS side in versions later than BSC6900
V900R012C01 (UMTS only). For LTE, CME supports the rollback in all adjustment scenarios..

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Comparison Between Integrated Version and
Standalone Version
Integrated Version Standalone Version
Recommended
scenario
Online data configuration based on the M2000, such as BTS swapping,
network optimization adjustment, and resource statistics.
Initial data configuration and capacity expansion in a large scale.

License The functions are controlled by the license of the M2000.
Basic function package: The GBSS 9.0 version is provided in the CME
V200R011 basic function package for free when the GBSS is upgraded.
The CME V200R011 must be charged in new markets.
Huawei engineers: A temporary license whose validity is three months is
released on the Support Web site.
Configuration
area
One current area, multiple planned areas and multiple fallback areas. No current area, one planned area, and one fallback area.
Function 1. Configuration functions, such as site deployment and site swapping, are the same.
2. In the standalone version, current area-based functions, such as AVC, are unavailable. The script executor is unavailable.
Obtaining data of
the live network
Synchronize data on the BSC, NodeB, and eNodeB (through the data
channel between the M2000 and NEs).
Export data by running the EXP CFGSYNFILE command after logging in
to the NE through the Web LMT.
Activating the
script
Script executor Script configuration/processing in batches on the Web LMT
Database Sybase (working with the SUN server on the M2000)
Oracle (working with the HP or ATAE server on the M2000)
MSDE (SQL Server 2005 is recommended.)
Documentation Product manuals and version documents Version documents for standalone version:
Installation guide
Operation guide
For detailed configuration operations, see the product manuals.
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Software Structure
CME client software, which is used to display the GUI
In the integrated version, the CME client software is installed on the maintenance terminal where the M2000 client is installed.
In the standalone version, the CME client software is installed on the PC.
CME server software, which is used to control the traffic flow and execute configuration operations by communicating
with the CME client
In the integrated version, the CME server software is installed on the M2000 server and communicates with applications on
the M2000 to obtain the NE information.
In the standalone version, the CME server software is installed on the PC.
Database
In the integrated version, the CME and the M2000 share one database, which is used to store NE configuration data.
In the standalone version, the MSDE database is used and is installed on the PC.
Software structure in the
integrated version

In the standalone version: The
CME client, CME server, and the
database are installed on the same
PC.
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Version Compatibility
M2000
The recommended matching version is M2000 V200R011.
BSC
The recommended matching version is BSC6900 V900R013, BSC6900 V900R012, and BSC6900 V900R011, which can
provide configuration capability on transmission, device, and radio parameters.
The matching BSC6000 only provides the capability for radio layer and BTS swapping that works with the GBSS CME
V100R005.
The matching BSC6800 and BSC6810 are used only for the BTS swapping crossing specified versions.
GBTS
The GBTS does not directly match the CME. In this case, the CME matches the GBTS versions that are supported by the
BSC6900 versions that match the CME.
NodeB
The NodeB versions that work with the CME are the NodeB versions that work with the BSC6900/RNC.
The CME only matches the baseline versions of the NodeB, such as SPC100, SPC 200, and SPC 300 and their non-baseline
versions. The interface configured for NodeB products remains unchanged. For example, if the CME works with SPC 100,
then the CME works with versions such as SPC1XX or SPH1XX.
The following are principles of the CME to release the NodeB components.
For NodeB versions released after a CME version is released, the matching components are required and are released
with the NodeB version. When the component is used, refer to the Release Notes of the component to confirm the CME
version working with the component.
The preceding components will be contained in the following CME version.
LTE
The eRAN 2.1/eRAN 2.0 is recommended.
MBTS
The MBTS versions working with the CME depend on the versions of LTE, NodeB, and GBTS working with the MBTS.
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Data Configuration Method General Configuration

The general configuration function provides a general method for editing non-equipment parameters on the table.
On the GUI, select the level of the configuration object, such as BSC, BTS, cell, TRX, or sector cell (LTE) level. Then,
select a configuration object with the selected level to display the configuration GUI.
On the GUI, all data of the configuration object is displayed on the table. Users can filter or edit data on the table.
Level of the configuration
object, which can be a
BSC, BTS, cell, TRX, or
sector cell (LTE) level
List of objects
with the selected
level
Editing area
of the table
Area for editing
a single object
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Data Configuration Method Configuration Express
The configuration express function provides a method for editing data of a NE based on the table, depending on service
requirements. The configuration express function is similar to the general configuration function. The difference is that
the configuration express function is more convenient for some service requirements.
The configuration express function varies with supported objects and can be divided into several types, such as
BSC/radio express, NodeB/BTS express, cell configuration express, and neighboring cell configuration express.
Entrance of the
configuration express
Working area of the
configuration express
The GUI may vary with
configuration expresses.
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Data Configuration Method Batch Data
Modification

The batch data modification function provides a method for quickly modifying multiple
parameter values of objects with the same type to the same value under one or several NEs.
Entrance for batch
data modification in
the application menu
Configuration objects
under one or several
NEs can be modified
in batches.
Parameter values
of several objects
can be modified to
the same value.
Right-click the
configuration NE to
display the GUI for
batch data
modification.
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Data Configuration Method Import and Export
The data import and export functions are provided based on different scenarios.
The data import and export functions are used to modify or create object data in batches. Different from
the batch data configuration function, the data import function does not require changing the parameter
values to the same. Instead, the planned data can be imported.
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Data Configuration Method Device Panel
The device panel function is used to add or delete device parameters of the NEs.
Whether data configuration of common boards is conflicted can be displayed on the MBTS
device panel.
Right-click the selected NE to
display the GUI of the device panel
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Data Configuration Method Typical Scenario
The typical scenario function is designed focusing on typical configuration scenarios, such
as swapping, TOPO site deployment, and HSPA.
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1 CME of the Single RAN
2 Basic Concept of the CME
3 Working Principles and
Configuration Procedure of
the CME
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General Operation Procedure Integrated Version
0. Get data from the live network to current area
Current area is stored in M2000.
Every user of one M2000 has the same current area.
This action is called Synchronize NE.
1. Create a planned area
Planned area is stored in M2000.
Each user has a planned area.
Copy NE data from the current area.
2. Data configuration in planned area
Create, delete, move or modify BSC, BTS, or NodeB.
Adjust parameters.
3. Scripts
Check the data conflict between the planned area and the current area.
Generate MML/XML scripts.
Activate scripts in NEs by the script executor.
4. AVC (Attribute Value Change)
After the scripts are activated, the related NE sends an AVC message to the
current area, indicating the changes in the data configuration on the live network.
The AVC message is also reported for changes in the data configuration due to
other causer except for activated scripts.
The synchronization of data between the planned area and the current area is
triggered in firm real time.

M2000
GBSS
Current Configuration
0.Upload
1.Create
2.Adjust
Parameters
3. Incremental scripts
are generated
and activated in NE
4. AVC
Planned
Configuration
Local
Configuration
Local
Configuration
Planned
Configuration
Other
Other
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Data Flow
Three areas: live network, current area, and
planned area.
Interaction of data flow
Planned area Current area: Data
modification in the planned area does not
affect data in the current area.
Planned area live network: Data
modification in the planned area takes
effect on the live network by generating
and activating data scripts. Before the
changed data is delivered, data on the live
network is not affected.
Live network current area/planned area:
Data modification on the live network will
be updated in the current area but cannot
be updated in the planned area.
Current area planned area: By
creating/synchronizing data in the planned
area, some data in the current area is
synchronized to the planned area.
Current area live network: Data in the
current area is read-only and does not
affect the live network.
Planned
area
Current area
Live
network
Creating,
synchronization
Synchronization
Generating and
activating scripts
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Synchronization in the Current Area
Synchronization mechanism
Full synchronization: All configuration data is uploaded from the NE to
the current area and the data previously saved in the current area is
overwritten completely. The history data of the current area cannot be
saved.
Differentiated synchronization: The data modified in the MOC tables of
the NE is uploaded to the current area. Therefore, the synchronization
efficiency is improved. The incremental synchronization is always used
for daily operations.
The incremental synchronization is supported since BSC6900.
Synchronization method
The data synchronization can be performed periodically, automatically,
or manually. The data synchronization of the current area is performed
in firm real time.
The data synchronization is performed automatically in the following
cases:
The CME receives the AVC message reported by the NE and
receives no other messages within two minutes.
A BSC is created on the M2000 and data synchronization has
been complete.
Data synchronization has been performed on the NodeB or TGW
on the M2000.
The script data has been successfully activated.

M2000
Current Area
1.Upload
Planning area
...
Current data browse
Current area mgt.
Planning area
...
MBSC BSC6000
NodeB
...
Local
Configuration
Local
Configuration
Local
Configuration
...
BSC6810
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Creating a Planned Area
Planning a planned area
Based on the data in the current area, multiple planned areas can
be created and a network can be planned concurrently.
The data conflicts between the planned areas can be found only
when the data in the planned areas takes effect on the live network.
If the data conflicts between the planned areas occur, the data in the
planned areas fails to take effect and are mutually overwritten. As a
result, the operation of the NE is affected.
To prevent the data conflicts between the planned areas, data
planning engineers should rationally plan the data in the planned
areas (such as cell index or TRX index) to ensure that the data in the
planned areas is not mutually overlapped.

Creating a planned area: copy the data of NEs from the current
area to the planned area.

M2000
Current Area
Planning area
...
Manage planning area
Modify planning data
Planning area
Create planning area
with current area data
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Data Editing in the Planned Area
General configuration: Users can configure the attribute
of each object on the general configuration interface in
GUI mode. The general configuration can be displayed
in the following configuration views:
Navigation tree: Object tree view, transmission tree view
Configuration area: Device panel view, configuration object
Network topology view
Batch data modification view
Configuration express view
Wizard configuration: Users can complete the complex
configuration task through the wizard.
TOPO site deployment
Swapping wizard
Consistency check wizard
File import and export: The configuration data
generated by the external tools can be imported to
implement batch configuration in an efficient manner.
Importing the data negotiated for the site deployment
Importing and exporting radio parameters
Modifying cell attributes, frequencies, and TRX attributes
in batches

ObjectTree
Network topology
Device panel
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Check for Data Conflict
Data conflict can be divided into the following types:
Warning: Data conflict of this type may lead to activation failures.
Users add a configuration object in the planned area but the object has been available on the live network.
Users modify a configuration object in the planned area but the object has been deleted on the live network.
Users delete a configuration object in the planned area but the object has been deleted on the live network.
Note that the data conflict is not checked between objects that have parent-child relations.
Hint: Data conflict of this type occurs because a user modifies data in the planned area but the data has
been modified by another user and has been updated to the current area. Whether activation failures occur
depends on configuration rules on the live network.
During the data configuration, users can check the data modification on the live network
through the AVC message and adjust data configuration in time.
After the data configuration is complete, users need to check whether data is conflicted.
Compare user configuration data in the planned area with configuration data of the live network in the
current area to locate conflicted data.
Users can adjust configuration data in the planned area based on the check result to ensure that the
subsequent activation is successful.
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Generation of Scripts
The CME supports two types of MML/XML file: differentiated data MML/XML file and full data
MML/XML file.
BSC and BTS: MML commands will be generated; NodeB and eNodeB: XML file will be generated.
Differentiated data MML/XML scripts: MML/XML configuration scripts are generated based on
modified contents.
This type of command is generated during the configuration of the planned area and is related to the
configuration process.
This type of command supports the exporting of modified contents separately by exporting multiple
differentiated scripts in the same planned area.
This type of command supports all configuration operations and is applicable to the scenarios such as
parameter modification, radio network planning, and optimization.
Full data MML/XML scripts: MML configuration scripts are generated based on objects.
This type of command supports the exporting of all configuration scripts based on the object selected
by users
The exported objects include:
BSC data, including data on the BSC, equipment, transmission, and radio network
BTS data, including data on the BTS equipment, transmission, and radio network
NodeB and eNodeB data, including all data of site.
This type of command is generated according to the data in the planned area and is not related to the
configuration process.
This type of command is applicable to special scenarios such as initial network deployment or site
deployment.

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Activation of Scripts
Activation Type
Run the Bulk_Configuration command in
batches.
The efficiency for scripts to take effect is high.
The entire script needs to be modified after the
script activation fails.
Run the MML command one by one.
The efficiency for scripts to take effect is low.
The user interaction is large in number.
A single command is modified after the script
activation fails.
Activation Methods
Timed activation: The configuration script is activated at the time specified by the user.
Stopped once an error occurs: The script activation is stopped immediately after an error occurs during a
command execution. In this case, the script activation resumes after the command is modified or skipped.
Skipping the error command: When error occurs during a command execution for activating the script, the
error command is skipped and the script activation resumes from the next command.
Pre-activation: The NE creates a simulative digital environment for the M2000 to perform the pre-activation
function. In this case, the M2000 can confirm whether data in the configuration files to be activated takes
effect.
START
Upload
Active data
Modify MML
Browse task
End
MML has
errors
Manual start
Auto start
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Site Deployment
Network Expansion
and Adjustment
Description
Network expansion and adjustment scenarios: Users export the current
configuration data (BSC: .ZIP file, by using the Web LMT (EXP CFGSYNFILE; eNodeB:
export from M2000). The exported data will be imported to the CME.
Users start the client software before using the CME to configure data.
Site deployment scenario: GU: The CME provides the basic unit of data configuration
files (ZIP files) based on NEs. Users can import a ZIP file to create an NE. They can
also reconfigure an NE based on this file. LTE: create site using GUI or sumary.
Network expansion and adjustment: Users create an NE on the CME and import the
corresponding NE data obtained from the live network.
Users reconfigure the data of an NE by using the CME client. The procedure is the
same as that by using the integrated CME.
Users check the correctness of data through the consistency check function provided
by the CME.
After data configuration and data check are complete, users export the MML/XML
scripts for activating data on the live network.
Users activate data by using the Web LMT.
(Note: The frequency refarming scripts exported from the standalone CME must be
activated through the script executor provided by the integrated CME.)
Obtaining data from
the live network
Starting the client
software
Adding NEs
Configuring data
Checking data
Exporting MML /XML
Activating MML/XML
Starting the client
software
Adding NEs
Configuring data
Checking data
Exporting MML/XML
Activating MML/XML
General Operation Procedure Standalone Version
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Data in the Standalone Version
BSC/eNodeB Data NodeB Data Configuration Data
Source BSC: 1. Users can export the BSC data by running the EXP
CFGSYNFILE command after logging in to the BSC6900 through
the Web LMT.
2. An example of minimal data is provided in the installation
directory of the CME.
LTE: export using LMT or M2000
NodeB data is exported through
the LMT or M2000 of the NodeB.
Configuration data is transmitted among standalone
versions and is generated by choosing Data
Management > Export Data.
Content BCP files of a single BSC
eNodeB: XML file
XML files of a single NodeB Compressed data packages in standalone versions
for one or more selected BSCs (including all NodeBs
under the BSCs)
Default name BSC: CMECfgSyncView.zip
eNodeB: LMT.xml or M2000.xml
NodeBCfg.xml NEData.zip
Entrance
NE is selected
based on each
BSC/eNdeB.
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Full Data XML Scripts Activation
Scripts generated by CME could be activated in many ways:
Remote Commissioning on the M2000;
Local Commissioning Using a USB Storage Device in Combination with Remote Commissioning
on the M2000;
Local eNodeB Commissioning on the LMT .
Refer to base station Commissioning Guide

Operation Steps of Remote Commissioning on the M2000;
In CME, create site by GUI or summary importing;
In CME, Export Auto Deployment Configuration Data
After exporting from CME, user needs to create commissioning tasks, upload data, version
file etc.
On M2000: Start commissioning task. M2000 will commission NodeB/eNodeB automatically.

Full Data XML Scripts of NodeB and eNodeB could also be activated by MML:
On Web LMT, using command: DLD CFGFILE, ACT CFGFILE to download and activate full data
XML scripts
Configuration adjustmentthe incremental xml scripts generated by CME could not be activated
using Web LMT.
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Incremental Scripts Activation: Method 1Scripts Executor
The Incremental Scripts generated by CME could be activated using Scripts
Executor.
Scripts Executor is embedded in integrated CME.
The difference between execution in standalone and integrated CME is:
For standalone CME, the incremental scripts generated by standalone CME needs to be imported to
integrated CME( Open scripts executor, create project, upload incremental scripts, and activate projects
manually).
For integrated CME, it could jump to scripts executor and activate project automatically after exporting
incremental scripts.
Frequency refarming scenario: The verification of commands are different from batch commands.
When exporting incremental scripts, if scripts are service affected, the CME will pop out
messages for user to confirm the operations.
Operation steps on integrated CME:

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Incremental Scripts Activation : Method 2MML Commands
This is only for GU BSC and BTS . The incremental scripts for
NodeB and eNodeB are XML file which could not be downloaded
and activated by MML commands.
Batch Processing
Scripts are executed through the Batch window on the WEB LMT.
Multiple execution methods are provided for a better man-machine
interaction.
The efficiency for delivering scripts to take effect is low.
Batch Configuration
Scripts are delivered in batches by running the RUN BATCHFILE
command on the WEB LMT.
The efficiency for delivering scripts to take effect is high.
Script Executor
Scripts are uploaded to the script executor provided by the integrated
CME.
The script executor is used in the frequency replanning scenario and
the method for checking commands in the scripts is different from that
in the batch configuration and batch processing.

Consuming Time in Typical Scenarios
4489 scripts are executed during the swapping of five BTSs, including
adjustment of network optimization data.
Based on the preceding condition, it is calculated that the swapping of
50 BTSs takes about two hours and six hours respectively in batch
configuration and batch processing modes.
Mode
Consuming Time (Unit:
Second)
Batch Configuration 647
Batch Processing 1767
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