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LTE Radio Access, Rel.

RL70,
Operating Documentation, Issue 01

Flexi Zone Micro Transport Parameters


DN09150666
Issue 02A
Approval Date 2014-11-21
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1. Introduction
The purpose of this document is to assist users in finding parameters, their meanings, specifications, and default values.
The managed objects and parameters are listed in alphabetical order.

2. How to read this excel report


The excel report provides a full information on the parameter dictionary. It shows the full set of parameter attributes
including the change information.

The excel report consists of two main sections:


- MO Class Tree
- Parameter List

2. 1 MO Class Tree
This section shows the full Managed Object Class tree with the names of classes. Rows are grouped into respective class
levels for structured and convenient view. Use unfold (+) and fold (-) buttons in the left panel to browse the tree.

2.2 Parameter List


This section shows the full parameter information including the following:
- abbreviated names
- managed objects
- parent/child parameter relationships
- default values
- range and step
- field descriptions
- change information

2.2.1 Field descriptions


Field descriptions are provided in the second row of Parameter List section. Use fold (-) and unfold (+) buttons on the left
panel to respectively hide and show the field descriptions.

2.2.2 Change information


Change information is a part of Parameter List section and is available in the following ways:

1. Definition on whether the parameter is new, removed, changed, or has been moved to another location in the structure
(for example, to another managed object class). That definition is provided in the following columns:

- Changes between issues ... which shows the changes since the previous issue of the document.
- Changes between releases ... which shows the changes since the latest issue of the document in the previous product
release.

If the cell is empty, the parameter is not changed, nor new, nor removed, nor moved.
Note that removed parameters are listed in the very bottom and they are marked with red font.

Filters are enabled for convenient browsing of the change categories.

2. Detailed change information showing the current and previous values of parameter attributes. That information is
provided in the following columns:

- <parameter attribute> in issue ... which shows the value in the previous issue of the document.
- <parameter attribute> in release ... which shows value in the latest issue of the document in the previous product release.

The columns are grouped into attribute-specific sections for structured and convenient view. Use unfold (+) and fold (-)
buttons in the top bar to browse the attribute-specific change details. Use unfold all (2) and fold all (1) buttons on the left
hand side of the top bar to respectively show and hide the change details for the whole report.

Note that for all parameters except new and removed ones, the field values for previous issue and previous release are
always provided to show total history information. Additionally, the changed attributes of parameters are highlighted with
grey color. Highlights are enabled to specify whether there is a change between issues or releases.
Note that for all parameters except new and removed ones, the field values for previous issue and previous release are
always provided to show total history information. Additionally, the changed attributes of parameters are highlighted with
grey color. Highlights are enabled to specify whether there is a change between issues or releases.
cations, and default values.

of parameter attributes

grouped into respective class


to browse the tree.

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Managed Object Class Tree

MRBTS
LNBTS
FTM
AMGR
BTOOTH
CERTH
ETHLK
IPNO
BFD
BFDGRP
IDNS
IEIF
IVIF
IHCP
INTP
IPRM
IPRT
IPRTV6
QOS
TWAMP
IPSECC
L2SWI
OAMMD
OAMMA
OAMMEP
OAMPRF
PMTNL
POE
PPTT
SYNC
STPG
TAC
LTAC
TOPB
TOPF
TOPP
UNIT
WIFICNF
Managed Object Class Name

Multiradio BTS Site


LTE Basestation RNW parameters
Flexi transport module
Account Manager
Bluetooth Manager
Certificate Handler
Ethernet link interface
IP Node Configuration
BFD session
Bidirectional Forwarding Detection Group
DNS Access
Plain Ethernet network interface
VLAN interface
DHCP access
NTP Server Configuration
Restricted mode configuration
IP Routing Tables
IPv6 Routing Tables
Quality of Service configuration
TWAMP session
IPsec configuration
Layer 2 Switch
Maintenance Domain
Maintenance Association
Maintenance Association End Point
Link OAM Profile
Transport Performance Management Measurement Administration
Power over Ethernet
PDH physical section trail termination point
Clock Synchronization
Synchronization Protection Group
Transport admission control
Transport admission control for LTE
ToP base MO
ToP freq sync
ToP Phase Sync
Hardware Unit
Integrated WiFi Configuration
Note:
See the How to Read This Report tab
for instructions on the usage of Parameter List

Changes between issues Changes between releases Abbreviated Name


02DRAFT and 02A RL50FZ and RL70

Changed amgrId

Changed ldapConnectionType

Changed primaryLdapPort

Changed primaryLdapServer

Changed Changed bfdActivation

Changed Changed bfdAdminUp

Changed bfdDestAddress

Changed bfdDetectMult

Changed bfdGrp

Changed bfdId
Changed bfdSourceIpAddr

Changed bfdSourceUdpPort

Changed bfdType

Changed desMinTxInt

Changed reqMinRxInt

Changed bfdGrpId

Changed actBluetooth

Changed actBluetoothTransAlarm

Changed allowInqScanResp

Changed allowLegacyPairing

Changed Changed allowSspPairing

Changed btoothId
New btoothName

Changed legacyPairingOPTMode

Changed legacyPairingSecret

Changed pairingRelationTimer

Changed pairingRelationships

Changed deviceAddress

Changed deviceStatus

Changed outOfBandData

Changed pairingOrderNum

Changed sspSecret

New BTSOperatorCertificate

New certificateFingerprint
New certificateIssuedBy

New certificateIssuedTo

New certificateSerialNumber

New certificateType

New certificateValidFrom

New certificateValidTo

New CRLDPSource

New CRLDistributionPoint

New CRLDPPrimary

New CRLDPSecondary

New CRLInfo

New CRLDPType
New CRLDistributionPoint

New CRLDownloadStatus

New CRLIssuer

New CRLNextUpdate

New CRLNumOfRevCert

New CRLThisUpdate

New CRLUpdateFailureReason

New CRLUsageEnabled

Changed btsCertificateUpdateTime

Changed caCertificateUpdateTime

Changed caSubjectName

Changed certhId
Changed cmpDirectory

Changed cmpServerIpAddress

Changed cmpServerPort

Changed crlUpdatePeriod

Changed acceptableFrameTypes

Changed Changed administrativeState

Changed ethBhType

Changed ethLinkId

Changed l2BurstSize

Changed Changed l2IngressRate

Changed l2ShaperRate

Changed l2VlanIdList
Changed highValue

Changed lowValue

Changed Changed linkOAMEnabled

Changed linkOAMProfile

Changed macAddr

Changed portDefaultPriority

Changed portDefaultVlanId

Changed speedAndDuplex

Changed ftmId

Changed New lmtPort

Changed locationName

Changed Changed primBackhaulPort


Changed softwareReleaseVersion

Changed systemTitle

Changed userLabel

Changed dnsAccessId

Changed serverIpAddress

Changed serverIpAddress2

New ieifId

Changed localIpAddr

New localIpv6Addr

New localIpv6PrefixLength

Changed mtu

Changed netmask
Changed qosEnabled

Changed sbs

Changed sbsTotal

Changed sir

Changed sirTotal

Changed trafficPathShapingEnable

Changed upperLayerShaping

Changed wfqSchedQueueWeight

New client_identifier

New dhcpClientIdentifier

New dhcpFixedIpAddress

New dhcpAccessId
New hardware_identifier

New dhcpFixedIpAddress

New dhcpHardwareIdentifier

New range_identifier

New dhcpRangeEnd

New dhcpRangeStart

Changed ntpAccessId

Changed ntpServers

Changed actFastIpRerouting

Changed actIpTnlMeasure

Changed New actIpv6

Changed New actSeparationRanSharing


New addTransportNwIpAddrList

New addCPlaneIpAddressSec

New addCPlaneIpv4Address

New addCPlaneIpv6Address

New addCPlaneIpv6AddressSec

New addUPlaneIpv4Address

New addUPlaneIpv6Address

New transportNwId

Changed bfdHoldUpTime

Changed btsId

Changed btsSubnetMacAddr

Changed cPlaneIpAddress
New cPlaneIpAddressSec

New cPlaneIpv6Address

New cPlaneIpv6AddressSec

Changed New disableFtp

Changed enableSoam

Changed ftmBtsSubnetAddress

Changed ftmBtsSubnetMask

Changed icmpResponseEnabled

Changed ipNodeId

Changed mPlaneIpAddress

New mainTransportNwId

Changed oamIpAddr
Changed oamTlvReply

Changed omsTls

Changed planeMacAddr

Changed New retransTimer

Changed sPlaneIpAddress

Changed secOmsIpAddr

Changed servingOms

Changed servingOmsAdminSetting

Changed servingOmsSwoRequest

Changed twampFlag

Changed twampIpAddress

Changed twampReflFlag
Changed udpEchoFlag

Changed twampMessageRate

Changed twampReflectorPort

Changed uPlaneIpAddress

New uPlaneIpv6Address

Changed wfqSchedOamWeight

New RmExceptions

New sourceTwoDiscr

New sourceTwoIpAddr

New sourceTwoNetMask

New userLabel

New iprmId
Changed ipRoutingTableId

Changed staticRoutes

Changed bfdId

Changed destIpAddr

Changed gateway

Changed netmask

New preSrcIpv4Addr

Changed preference

New ipv6RoutingTableId

New staticIpv6Routes

New bfdId

New destIpv6Addr
New destinationIpv6PrefixLength

New gatewayIpv6Addr

Changed New preSrcIpv6Addr

New preference

New actIpSecBkupTun

New ipSecBkupTunManSwitch

New localTEP

New remoteTEP

New ipSecEmBypassCtrlIpAddr

New ipSecEmBypassEnabled

New ipSecEmBypassExit

New ipSecEmBypassPingTimer
Changed New ipSecEmBypassState

Changed ipSecEnabled

New ipSecTunnels

New ipSecBkupTunSwitchbackMode

New localTEP

New remoteTEP

Changed ipSeccId

Changed Changed securityPolicies

Changed antiReplayEnabled

Changed antiReplayWindowSize

Changed dpddelay

Changed dpdtimeout
Changed encryptionMethod

New ikeDiffHellGrp

Changed ikeEncryptionMethod

Changed ikeProtocol

Changed New ipSecBkupTunCurrRemoteEndpoint

New ipSecBkupTunMaxSwitchTime

New ipSecBkupTunMinSwitchTime

New ipSecBkupTunRemoteEndpoint

Changed New ipSecBkupTunState

Changed ipSecStatus

Changed localIpAddress

Changed localIpPort
New localIpPrefixLength

Changed localTunnelEndpoint

Changed policyNumber

Changed protocol

Changed remoteIpAddress

Changed remoteIpPort

New remoteIpPrefixLength

Changed remoteTunnelEndpoint

Changed saMaxLifeTime

Changed localIpAddr

New localIpv6Addr

New localIpv6PrefixLength
Changed netmask

Changed qosEnabled

Changed sbs

Changed sir

Changed vlanId

Changed vlanIfNetId

Changed wfqSchedQueueWeight

Changed dscpMap

Changed dscp

Changed priorityQueue

Changed Changed enableLayer2Switching

Changed l2PriorityQueueWeight2
Changed l2PriorityQueueWeight3

Changed l2PriorityQueueWeight4

Changed Changed l2PriorityQueueWeight5

Changed Changed l2PriorityQueueWeight6

Changed portDefaultPriority

Changed portDefaultVlanId

Changed priorityQueueNonIP

Changed priorityQueuePcp0

Changed priorityQueuePcp1

Changed priorityQueuePcp2

Changed priorityQueuePcp3

Changed priorityQueuePcp4
Changed priorityQueuePcp5

Changed priorityQueuePcp6

Changed priorityQueuePcp7

Changed priorityQueueUntagged

Changed qosClassification

Changed switchId

Changed vlanAwareSwitch

Changed ltacId

Changed tacLimitGbrEmergency

Changed tacLimitGbrHandover

Changed tacLimitGbrNormal

New transportNwId
Changed assocId

Changed ccmTxPeriod

Changed maName

Changed vlanEnabled

Changed vlanId

Changed domainId

Changed mdLevel

Changed mdName

Changed aisEnabled

Changed enableCcm

Changed Changed ethernetPort

Changed oammepId
Changed remoteMepList

Changed macAddr

Changed mepId

Changed vlanPrio

Changed activeMode

Changed alarmClearanceDelay

Changed efEventThreshold

Changed efEventWindow

Changed efpEventThreshold

Changed efpEventWindow

Changed efssEventThreshold

Changed efssEventWindow
Changed eventRepetition

Changed eventSupport

Changed linkOAMProfileName

Changed loopBackTime

New loopbackSupported

Changed profileId

Changed testFrameRate

Changed testFrameSize

Changed lte_ETHIF_Stats_Interval

Changed lte_Ethernet_Link_Interval

Changed lte_IPSec_Interval

Changed lte_IP_Filtering_Interval
Changed lte_IP_Stats_Interval

Changed Changed lte_L2SWI_Stats_Interval

Changed lte_PHB_Stats_Interval

Changed lte_TAC_Statistics_Interval

Changed lte_TOP_FreqSync_Stats_Interval

New lte_TOP_PhaseSync_Stats_Interval

Changed lte_TWAMP_Stats_Interval

Changed lte_VLAN_IP_Stats_Interval

Changed lte_VLAN_PHB_Stats_Interval

Changed lte_VLAN_Stats_Interval

Changed New lte_WiFi_Stats_Interval

Changed pmTnlId
New New actPowerPoE

New ethLinkPoEPtr

New poeId

actPowerPoE

New ethLinkPoEPtr

New poeId

New administrativeState

New pdhLbo

New pdhLineType

New pdhPSTTPId

Changed dscpMap

Changed dscp
Changed pHB

Changed vlanPrio

Changed enablePhbCounters

Changed perHopBehaviourWeightList

Changed assuredForwardingClass1

Changed assuredForwardingClass2

Changed assuredForwardingClass3

Changed assuredForwardingClass4

Changed bestEffort

Changed qosId

Changed New sseDscpOverwrite

Changed trafficTypesMap
Changed dscp

Changed trafficType

Changed synchroSourceList

Changed clockProtocol

Changed Changed interfaceNumber

Changed priority

Changed ssmEnabled

Changed ssmTimeout

Changed unitNumber

Changed timingGenPgId

Changed syncId

Changed tacId
Changed topbId

New acceptedClockQuality

Changed actTopFreqSynch

New announceRequestMode

New ieeeTelecomProfile

Changed logMeanSyncValue

New topDomainNumber

Changed topId

New topMasters

Moved masterIpAddr

New priority_1

New priority_2
New acceptedClockQuality

New actTopPhaseSynch

New logMeanSyncValue

New phaseErrorComp

New topComMode

New topDomainNumber

New topEthMulticastAddress

New topMasters

New masterIpAddr

New toppId

Changed administrativeState

Changed destIpAddress
Changed destPort

Changed dscp

Changed messageSize

Changed plrAlarmThreshold

Changed rttAlarmThreshold

Changed sourceIpAddress

Changed twampId

New enableRP301Interface

Changed unitId

Changed unitTypeActual

Changed unitTypeExpected

Changed New actWiFi


Changed New factoryResetWiFi

Changed New rebootWiFi

Changed New wiFiUplinkRateLimiter

New New wificnfId

Removed ipSecBkupTunBFDSessionID

Removed ipSecBkupTunFailMech

Removed wificfnId

Removed ethIfNetId

Removed linkOAMLoopbackSupport

Removed localNetmask

Removed pfsDiffHellGrp

Removed remoteNetmask
Removed qci2AvPacketSize

Removed qci3AvPacketSize

Removed qci4AvPacketSize

Removed tacActivityFactor

Removed tacExludeL2Overhead
MO Class Parameter Category

AMGR Basic parameters

AMGR Basic parameters

AMGR Advanced parameters

AMGR Basic parameters

BFD Basic parameters

BFD Basic parameters

BFD Basic parameters

BFD Basic parameters

BFD Basic parameters

BFD Basic parameters


BFD Basic parameters

BFD Advanced parameters

BFD Basic parameters

BFD Basic parameters

BFD Basic parameters

BFDGRP Basic parameters

BTOOTH Basic parameters

BTOOTH Basic parameters

BTOOTH Basic parameters

BTOOTH Basic parameters

BTOOTH Basic parameters

BTOOTH Basic parameters


BTOOTH Basic parameters

BTOOTH Basic parameters

BTOOTH Basic parameters

BTOOTH Basic parameters

BTOOTH Basic parameters

BTOOTH Basic parameters

BTOOTH Basic parameters

BTOOTH Basic parameters

BTOOTH Basic parameters

BTOOTH Basic parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters


CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters


CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Basic parameters

CERTH Basic parameters


CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Basic parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

CERTH Advanced parameters

ETHLK Basic parameters

ETHLK Basic parameters

ETHLK Basic parameters

ETHLK Basic parameters

ETHLK Basic parameters

ETHLK Basic parameters

ETHLK Basic parameters

ETHLK Basic parameters


ETHLK Basic parameters

ETHLK Basic parameters

ETHLK Basic parameters

ETHLK Basic parameters

ETHLK Basic parameters

ETHLK Basic parameters

ETHLK Basic parameters

ETHLK Basic parameters

FTM Basic parameters

FTM Basic parameters

FTM Basic parameters

FTM Basic parameters


FTM Basic parameters

FTM Basic parameters

FTM Basic parameters

IDNS Basic parameters

IDNS Basic parameters

IDNS Basic parameters

IEIF Basic parameters

IEIF Basic parameters

IEIF Advanced parameters

IEIF Advanced parameters

IEIF Basic parameters

IEIF Basic parameters


IEIF Basic parameters

IEIF Basic parameters

IEIF Basic parameters

IEIF Basic parameters

IEIF Basic parameters

IEIF Basic parameters

IEIF Basic parameters

IEIF Advanced parameters

IHCP Basic parameters

IHCP Basic parameters

IHCP Basic parameters

IHCP Basic parameters


IHCP Basic parameters

IHCP Basic parameters

IHCP Basic parameters

IHCP Basic parameters

IHCP Basic parameters

IHCP Basic parameters

INTP Basic parameters

INTP Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Advanced parameters

IPNO Basic parameters


IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Advanced parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters


IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Advanced parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters


IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Advanced parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters


IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Advanced parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Basic parameters

IPNO Advanced parameters

IPNO Advanced parameters

IPRM Basic parameters

IPRM Basic parameters

IPRM Basic parameters

IPRM Basic parameters

IPRM Basic parameters

IPRM Basic parameters


IPRT Basic parameters

IPRT Basic parameters

IPRT Basic parameters

IPRT Basic parameters

IPRT Basic parameters

IPRT Basic parameters

IPRT Basic parameters

IPRT Basic parameters

IPRTV6 Basic parameters

IPRTV6 Advanced parameters

IPRTV6 Advanced parameters

IPRTV6 Advanced parameters


IPRTV6 Advanced parameters

IPRTV6 Advanced parameters

IPRTV6 Advanced parameters

IPRTV6 Advanced parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Advanced parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Advanced parameters


IPSECC Advanced parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters


IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters


IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IPSECC Basic parameters

IVIF Basic parameters

IVIF Advanced parameters

IVIF Advanced parameters


IVIF Basic parameters

IVIF Basic parameters

IVIF Basic parameters

IVIF Basic parameters

IVIF Basic parameters

IVIF Basic parameters

IVIF Advanced parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters


L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters


L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

L2SWI Basic parameters

LTAC Basic parameters

LTAC Basic parameters

LTAC Basic parameters

LTAC Basic parameters

LTAC Basic parameters


OAMMA Basic parameters

OAMMA Basic parameters

OAMMA Basic parameters

OAMMA Basic parameters

OAMMA Basic parameters

OAMMD Basic parameters

OAMMD Basic parameters

OAMMD Basic parameters

OAMMEP Advanced parameters

OAMMEP Basic parameters

OAMMEP Basic parameters

OAMMEP Basic parameters


OAMMEP Basic parameters

OAMMEP Basic parameters

OAMMEP Basic parameters

OAMMEP Advanced parameters

OAMPRF Advanced parameters

OAMPRF Basic parameters

OAMPRF Advanced parameters

OAMPRF Advanced parameters

OAMPRF Advanced parameters

OAMPRF Advanced parameters

OAMPRF Advanced parameters

OAMPRF Advanced parameters


OAMPRF Advanced parameters

OAMPRF Basic parameters

OAMPRF Basic parameters

OAMPRF Basic parameters

OAMPRF Advanced parameters

OAMPRF Basic parameters

OAMPRF Advanced parameters

OAMPRF Advanced parameters

PMTNL Advanced parameters

PMTNL Advanced parameters

PMTNL Advanced parameters

PMTNL Advanced parameters


PMTNL Advanced parameters

PMTNL Advanced parameters

PMTNL Advanced parameters

PMTNL Advanced parameters

PMTNL Advanced parameters

PMTNL Advanced parameters

PMTNL Advanced parameters

PMTNL Advanced parameters

PMTNL Advanced parameters

PMTNL Advanced parameters

PMTNL Advanced parameters

PMTNL Advanced parameters


POE Basic parameters

POE Advanced parameters

POE Basic parameters

POE Basic parameters

POE Advanced parameters

POE Basic parameters

PPTT Basic parameters

PPTT Basic parameters

PPTT Basic parameters

PPTT Basic parameters

QOS Basic parameters

QOS Basic parameters


QOS Basic parameters

QOS Basic parameters

QOS Basic parameters

QOS Advanced parameters

QOS Advanced parameters

QOS Advanced parameters

QOS Advanced parameters

QOS Advanced parameters

QOS Advanced parameters

QOS Basic parameters

QOS Basic parameters

QOS Basic parameters


QOS Basic parameters

QOS Basic parameters

STPG Basic parameters

STPG Basic parameters

STPG Basic parameters

STPG Basic parameters

STPG Basic parameters

STPG Basic parameters

STPG Basic parameters

STPG Basic parameters

SYNC Basic parameters

TAC Basic parameters


TOPB Basic parameters

TOPF Basic parameters

TOPF Basic parameters

TOPF Basic parameters

TOPF Basic parameters

TOPF Basic parameters

TOPF Basic parameters

TOPF Basic parameters

TOPF Basic parameters

TOPF Basic parameters

TOPF Basic parameters

TOPF Basic parameters


TOPP Advanced parameters

TOPP Basic parameters

TOPP Basic parameters

TOPP Advanced parameters

TOPP Basic parameters

TOPP Advanced parameters

TOPP Advanced parameters

TOPP Basic parameters

TOPP Basic parameters

TOPP Basic parameters

TWAMP Basic parameters

TWAMP Basic parameters


TWAMP Basic parameters

TWAMP Basic parameters

TWAMP Advanced parameters

TWAMP Advanced parameters

TWAMP Advanced parameters

TWAMP Basic parameters

TWAMP Basic parameters

UNIT Basic parameters

UNIT Basic parameters

UNIT Basic parameters

UNIT Basic parameters

WIFICNF Basic parameters


WIFICNF Basic parameters

WIFICNF Basic parameters

WIFICNF Basic parameters

WIFICNF Basic parameters

IPSECC

IPSECC

WIFICNF

IEIF

IPNO

IPSECC

IPSECC

IPSECC
LTAC

LTAC

LTAC

LTAC

LTAC
Parent Structure Child Parameters
deviceAddress
deviceStatus
outOfBandData
pairingOrderNum
pairingRelationships

pairingRelationships

pairingRelationships

pairingRelationships

certificateFingerprint
certificateIssuedBy
certificateIssuedTo
certificateSerialNumber
certificateType
BTSOperatorCertificate
certificateValidFrom
certificateValidTo
BTSOperatorCertificate

BTSOperatorCertificate

BTSOperatorCertificate

BTSOperatorCertificate

BTSOperatorCertificate

BTSOperatorCertificate

CRLDPPrimary
CRLDPSecondary

CRLDistributionPoint

CRLDistributionPoint

CRLDPType
CRLDistributionPoint
CRLDownloadStatus
CRLIssuer
CRLNextUpdate
CRLInfo
CRLNumOfRevCert
CRLThisUpdate
CRLUpdateFailureReason
CRLInfo

CRLInfo

CRLInfo

CRLInfo

CRLInfo

CRLInfo

CRLInfo
highValue
lowValue
l2VlanIdList

l2VlanIdList
dhcpClientIdentifier
dhcpFixedIpAddress

client_identifier

client_identifier
dhcpFixedIpAddress
dhcpHardwareIdentifier

hardware_identifier

hardware_identifier

dhcpRangeEnd
dhcpRangeStart

range_identifier

range_identifier
addCPlaneIpAddressSec
addCPlaneIpv4Address
addCPlaneIpv6Address
addCPlaneIpv6AddressSec
addUPlaneIpv4Address
addTransportNwIpAddrList
addUPlaneIpv6Address
transportNwId

addTransportNwIpAddrList

addTransportNwIpAddrList

addTransportNwIpAddrList

addTransportNwIpAddrList

addTransportNwIpAddrList

addTransportNwIpAddrList
twampIpAddress
twampReflFlag
udpEchoFlag

twampFlag

twampFlag
twampFlag

sourceTwoDiscr
sourceTwoIpAddr
sourceTwoNetMask
userLabel
RmExceptions

RmExceptions

RmExceptions

RmExceptions
bfdId
destIpAddr
gateway
netmask
preSrcIpv4Addr
staticRoutes
preference

staticRoutes

staticRoutes

staticRoutes

staticRoutes

staticRoutes

bfdId
destIpv6Addr
destinationIpv6PrefixLength
gatewayIpv6Addr
preSrcIpv6Addr
staticIpv6Routes
preference

staticIpv6Routes
staticIpv6Routes

staticIpv6Routes

staticIpv6Routes

staticIpv6Routes

localTEP
remoteTEP

ipSecBkupTunManSwitch

ipSecBkupTunManSwitch
ipSecBkupTunSwitchbackMode
localTEP
remoteTEP

ipSecTunnels

ipSecTunnels

ipSecTunnels

antiReplayEnabled
antiReplayWindowSize
dpddelay
dpdtimeout
encryptionMethod
securityPolicies
ikeDiffHellGrp
ikeEncryptionMethod
ikeProtocol
ipSecBkupTunCurrRemoteEndpoint
securityPolicies ipSecBkupTunMaxSwitchTime
ipSecBkupTunMinSwitchTime
ipSecBkupTunRemoteEndpoint
ipSecBkupTunState
securityPolicies ipSecStatus
localIpAddress
localIpPort
localIpPrefixLength
localTunnelEndpoint
securityPolicies policyNumber
protocol
remoteIpAddress
remoteIpPort
remoteIpPrefixLength
remoteTunnelEndpoint
saMaxLifeTime
securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies
securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies
dscp
priorityQueue

dscpMap

dscpMap
macAddr
mepId

remoteMepList

remoteMepList
dscp
pHB
vlanPrio

dscpMap
dscpMap

dscpMap

assuredForwardingClass1
assuredForwardingClass2
assuredForwardingClass3
assuredForwardingClass4
bestEffort
perHopBehaviourWeightList

perHopBehaviourWeightList

perHopBehaviourWeightList

perHopBehaviourWeightList

perHopBehaviourWeightList

dscp
trafficType
trafficTypesMap

trafficTypesMap

clockProtocol
interfaceNumber
priority
ssmEnabled
ssmTimeout
synchroSourceList
unitNumber

synchroSourceList

synchroSourceList

synchroSourceList

synchroSourceList

synchroSourceList
masterIpAddr
priority_1
priority_2

topMasters

topMasters

topMasters
masterIpAddr

topMasters
securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies

securityPolicies
Full Name 3GPP Name Data Type

Account manager identifier Number

LDAP Server TLS access mode Enumeration

Port number of the primary LDAP Number


server

IP address of the primary LDAP String


server

BFD session activation flag Boolean

BFD session admin down state Boolean


control

Destination IP address for the BFD String


session

BFD session lost packets detection Number


time multiplier

BFD group reference String

BFD session identifier Number


Source IP address for the BFD String
session

UDP source port of the BFD session Number

BFD session type Enumeration

Desired minimum BFD control word Number


transmit interval

Required minimum BFD control Number


word receive interval

Bidirectional Forwarding Detection Number


identifier

Activate Bluetooth interface support Enumeration

Activate Bluetooth Enabled Alarm Boolean

Allow Inquiry Scan Response Boolean

Allow Legacy Pairing Boolean

Allow Bluetooth secure simple Boolean


pairing

Bluetooth Interface Identifier Number


Customizable Bluetooth name String

Legacy Pairing OTP Mode Number

Legacy Pairing Secret String

Pairing Relationship Timeout Number

Pairing Relationships Structure

Bluetooth Device Address String

Device Status Enumeration

Out of Band Data String

Pairing Order Number Number

Secure Simple Pairing Secret String

BTS Operator Certificate Structure

Certificate Fingerprint String


Certificate Issued By String

Certificate Issued To String

Certificate Serial Number String

Certificate Type String

Certificate Valid From String

Certificate Valid To String

CRLDP Source Enumeration

CRL distribution point Structure

CRLDP primary String

CRLDP Secondary String

CRL Info Structure

CRLDPType Enumeration
CRL Distribution Point String

CRL status of last download Enumeration

Issuer of the current certificate String


revocation list

CRLs nextUpdate String

CRLs number of revoked certificates Number

Issue date of the current certificate String


revocation list

CRL Update Failure Reason String

CRL Usage Enabled Enumeration

Update time for BTS certificate Number


renewal

Update time for CA certificate Number


renewal

CMP server subject name String

Certificate Handler configuration Number


identifier
CMP Directory String

CMP server IP address String

CMP server port number Number

Certificate Revocation List update Number


period

Switch port acceptable frame types Enumeration

Administrative state of the ethernet Enumeration


link interface

Ethernet Backhaul type Enumeration

Ethernet link interface identifier String

Layer 2 switch member burst size Number

Layer 2 switch member ingress Enumeration


limiting rate

Layer 2 switch member egress Enumeration


shaping rate

Layer 2 switch member VLAN Structure


identifier list
Upper value of VLAN identifier Number
range

Low value of VLAN identifier range Number

Link OAM enabling flag Boolean

Link OAM profile reference String

MAC address String

Port default VLAN priority Number

Default VLAN identifier for layer 2 Number


switching

Speed and duplex configuration Enumeration

Transport module identifier Number

LMT Port Enumeration

Network element location name String

Primary Backhaul Port Enumeration


Software Release Version String

Network element system name String

Network element user defined String


description

DNS servers access configuration Number


identifier

IP address of the primary DNS String


server

IP address of the secondary DNS String


server

Identifier of the ethernet based IP Number


interface

IP address of the plain Ethernet String


network interface

Plain Ethernet Network Interface String


IPv6 Address

Plain Ethernet Network Interface Number


IPv6 Prefix-Length

Maximum transfer unit Number

Subnet mask of the plain Ethernet String


network interface
QOS traffic priorization enabling flag Boolean

Shaper burst size Number

Total Shaper Burst Size Number

Shaper information rate Number

Total shaper information rate Number

Traffic Path Shaping Enabling Flag Enumeration

Take ethernet overhead into Boolean


account when shaping

WFQ aggregator queue weight Number

Entry set for DHCP clients identified Structure


by a system name

DHCP Client Identifier String

DHCP Fixed IP Address String

DHCP Server Identifier Number


Entry set for DHCP clients identified Structure
by a MAC address

DHCP Fixed IP Address String

DHCP Hardware Identifier String

DHCP IP address pool Structure

DHCP Range End IP Address String

DHCP Range Start IP Address String

NTP configuration entity identifier Number

List of NTP server IP addresses String

Feature Activation Flag For Fast IP Boolean


Re-Routing

Feature Activation Flag IPTransport Boolean


Network Measurement

Feature Activation Flag IPv6 For Boolean


U/C-Plane

Activation Flag Transport Boolean


Separation For RAN Sharing
Additional Transport Network IP Structure
Address List

C-plane Ipv4 address secondary for String


additional network

Control Plane IPv4 Address String

Control Plane IPv6 Address String

C-plane Ipv6 address secondary for String


additional network

User Plane IPv4 Address String

User Plane IPv6 Address String

Transport Network Identifier Number

BFD Hold-Up time delay for re- Number


installing the protection

Base station identifier Number

MAC address for BTS subnet String

Control plane IP address String


C-plane Ipv4 address secondary String

Control plane IPv6 address String

C-plane Ipv6 address secondary String

Disable FTP server Enumeration

Enable/disable service OAM Boolean

BTS subnet IP address String

Subnet mask for the BTS subnet IP String


address

Enable response to ICMP traffic Boolean

IP node configuration identifier Number

Management plane IP address String

Main Transport Network Identifier Number

Transport network IP address of the String


O&M system
Optional TLV message reply flag Boolean

TLS usage towards the OPS system Enumeration

MAC address for U/C/M/S plane String

Neighbor Solicitation Message Number


Retransmit Timer

Synchronization plane application IP String


address

Secondary OMS IP address String

Serving OMS Enumeration

Serving OMS administrative setting Enumeration

Serving OMS switchover request Enumeration

TWAMP reflector and udp echo flag Structure


indicator

TWAMP application or IP interface String


address

TWAMP message response Boolean


enabling flag
UDP echo flag Boolean

TWAMP initiator rate for sending Enumeration


messages

TWAMP reflector port number Number

User plane IP address String

User plane IPv6 address String

WFQ aggregator queue weight for Number


Service OAM messages

Restricted Mode exception list (IP Structure


address list)

How is source two defined? Enumeration

IP address for source two String

Subnet mask for source two IP String


address

User Label String

IP Restricted Mode object identifier Number


Identifier of the IP routing table Number

Static IP routes set Structure

BFD route protection session Number


identifier

Destination IP address of static String


route

Gateway String

Netmask String

Preferred source IPv4 address String

Preference value of the route Number

Identifier Of The IPv6 Routing Table Number

Static IPv6 Routes Set Structure

BFD route protection session Number


identifier

Destination IPv6 Address Of The String


Static Route
Destination IPv6 Prefix Length Number

Gateway IPv6 Address String

Preferred source IPv6 address String

Preference value of the route Number

Activate IPsec Backup Tunnel Boolean


Feature

IPsec Backup Tunnel Manual Structure


switch

IPsec Tunnel local tunnel endpoint String

IPsec Tunnel remote tunnel String


endpoint

IPsec emergency bypass control String


server IP address

IPsec emergency bypass enabled Boolean

IPsec emergency bypass exit active Enumeration


state request

IPsec emergency bypass ping retry Number


timer
IPsec emergency bypass state Enumeration

IPSec enabling flag Boolean

IPsec Tunnels Structure

IPsec Backup Tunnel switchback Enumeration


mode

IPsec local tunnel endpoint String

IPsec remote tunnel endpoint String

IPsec configuration identifier Number

Security policies Structure

Anti replay enabled flag Boolean

Size of the anti replay window Enumeration

DPD alarm raising delay time Number

DPD timeout Number


ESP encryption algorithm Enumeration

IKE Diffie-Hellman group Enumeration

IKE layer encryption method Enumeration

IKE protocol variant Enumeration

IPSec Backup Tunnel current String


remote endpoint

IPSec Backup Tunnel maximum Number


switch time

IPSec Backup Tunnel minimum Number


switch time

IPsec Backup Tunnel remote String


endpoint

IPsec Backup Tunnel state Enumeration

IPsec action status Enumeration

Local IP address String

Port number of the local IP address Number


local Ip Prefix Length Number

Local IPsec tunnel endpoint IP String


address

Policy order number Number

Protocol information Number

Remote IP address String

Port of the remote IP address Number

remote Ip Prefix Length Number

Remote IPsec tunnel endpoint IP String


address

Security association maximum Number


lifetime

Local IP address of the VLAN String


interface

VLAN Ethernet Network Interface String


IPv6 Address

VLAN Ethernet Network Interface Number


IPv6 Prefix-Length
Network mask of the local IP String
address

QOS traffic priorisation enabling flag Boolean

Shaper burst size Number

Shaper information rate Number

VLAN identifier Number

VLAN interface object identifier Number

WFQ aggregator queue weight Number

DSCP to priority queue map Structure

DSCP value Number

Priority queue identifier Number

Enable layer 2 switching Boolean

Layer 2 switch member weight for Number


priority queue 2
Layer 2 switch member weight for Number
priority queue 3

Layer 2 switch member weight for Number


priority queue 4

Layer 2 switch member weight for Number


priority queue 5

Layer 2 switch member weight for Number


priority queue 6

Port default VLAN priority Number

Default VLAN identifier for layer 2 Number


switching

Priority queue for non-IP frames Number

Priority queue for frames with VLAN Number


PCP bits 0

Priority queue for frames with VLAN Number


PCP bits 1

Priority queue for frames with VLAN Number


PCP bits 2

Priority queue for frames with VLAN Number


PCP bits 3

Priority queue for frames with VLAN Number


PCP bits 4
Priority queue for frames with VLAN Number
PCP bits 5

Priority queue for frames with VLAN Number


PCP bits 6

Priority queue for frames with VLAN Number


PCP bits 7

Priority queue for untagged frames Number

QOS classification flag Enumeration

Identifier of the layer 2 switch object Number

Flag to decide if VLAN aware Boolean


switching is used

LTAC identifier Number

TAC limit GBR emergency Number

TAC limit GBR handover Number

TAC limit GBR normal Number

Transport Network Identifier Number


Maintenance association identifier Number

Continuity Check Messages Enumeration


transmission period

Name of the maintenance String


association

Vlan Enabled flag Boolean

VLAN identifier of the maintenance Number


association

Maintenance domain identifier Number

Level of the maintenance domain Number

Name of the maintenance domain String

AIS enabling flag Boolean

Allow sending of CCM messages Boolean


and reset CCM counters

Ethernet link reference String

Maintenance association endpoint Number


identifier
Maintenance association endpoints Structure
list

MAC address of the Maintenance String


Association End Point

Maintenance Association End Point Number


identifier

VLAN PCP bits Number

Link OAM operational mode at local Boolean


peer

Link OAM Link Critical Event Alarm Number


clearance delay

Errored Frame Event counting Number


threshold

Errored Frame Event counting Number


interval

Errored Frame Period Event Number


counting threshold

Errored Frame Period Event Number


counting interval

Errored Frame Seconds Summary Number


Event counting threshold

Errored Frame Seconds Summary Number


Event counting interval
OAM PDU message transmission Number
rate

Link OAM event support flag Boolean

Link OAM Profile Name String

Link OAM link loopback duration Number

Loopback Supported Boolean

Profile instance identifier Number

Link OAM loopback test message Number


rate

Link OAM loopback test message Number


frame size

Ethernet IF statistics measurement Enumeration


interval

Ethernet link measurement interval Enumeration

IPSec measurement interval Enumeration

IP filtering measurement interval Enumeration


IP statistics measurement interval Enumeration

L2 switch statistics measurement Enumeration


interval

PHB statistics measurement interval Enumeration

TAC statistics measurement interval Enumeration

TOP FreqSync statistics Enumeration


measurement interval

TOP PhaseSync statistics Enumeration


measurement interval

TWAMP statistics measurement Enumeration


interval

VLAN IP statistics measurement Enumeration


interval

VLAN PHB statistics measurement Enumeration


interval

VLAN IF statistics measurement Enumeration


interval

WiFi counter status interval Enumeration


parameter

Identifier of the performance Number


management configuration
Activate Power to PoE Boolean

Ethernet link POE Interface Pointer String

Power over Ethernet identifier Number

Activate Power to PoE Boolean

Ethernet link POE Interface Pointer String

Power over Ethernet identifier Number

Administrative state Enumeration

PDH line build out (transmitter Enumeration


signal attenuation)

PDH line type Enumeration

PDH interface identifier String

Table for mapping DSCPs to PHBs Structure


and PCP bits

Diff Serve Code Point value Number


Per Hop Behaviour Enumeration

VLAN priority bits Number

PHB counters enabling flag Boolean

Per Hop Behaviour queue weight list Structure

Assured Forwarding Class 1 Weight Number


Value

Assured Forwarding Class 2 Weight Number


Value

Assured Forwarding Class 3 Weight Number


Value

Assured Forwarding Class 4 Weight Number


Value

Best Effort Weight Value Number

Quality of Service configuration Number


identifier

Overwrite DSCP in SSE messages Boolean

Table for mapping traffic types to Structure


DSCPs
Diff Service Code Point value Number

Traffic type name String

The synchronization sources of the Structure


BTS

Protocol of the clock source Enumeration

Interface number of recovered clock Number


source

Clock source priority Number

SSM enabling flag Boolean

SSM message timeout Number

Unit Number of clock source Number


interface

Synchronisation protection group Number


identifier

Clock synchronization configuration Number


identifier

TAC identifier Number


Time over Packet common Number
configuration identifier

Accepted Clock Quality table Enumeration

Feature Activation Flag ToP with Boolean


freq synchronization

ToP announce message mode Enumeration

ToP selection mode Enumeration

Log mean synchronization value Number

PTP domain number Number

Time over Packet freq sync Number


configuration identifier

Timing over Packet masters Structure


properties table

IP Address of the ToP master String

Configured priority 1 for ToP master Number

Configured priority 2 for ToP master Number


Accepted Clock Quality table Enumeration

Feature Activation Flag ToP with Boolean


phase synchronization

Log mean synchronization value Number

Phase Error Compensation Number

Timing over Packet Communication Enumeration


Mode

PTP Domain Number Number

ToP over Ethernet Multicast Address Enumeration

Timing over Packet masters Structure


properties table

IP Address of the ToP master String

Time over Packet phase Number


synchronisation configuration id

Lock or unlock a TWAMP session Enumeration

TWAMP session destination IP String


address
TWAMP session destination port Number

DSCP value for TWAMP message Number


transmission

TWAMP initiator message size Number

Packet loss ratio alarm threshold Number

Round-trip-time alarm threshold Number

TWAMP initiator messages source String


IP address

TWAMP session identifier Number

Enable RP3-01 interface Boolean

UNIT identifier Number

Installed hardware unit type String

Expected hardware unit type Enumeration

Activate WiFi Boolean


Factory Reset WiFi Enumeration

Reboot WiFi Enumeration

WiFi Uplink Rate Limiter Number

Integrated WiFi Configuration Id Number

IPsec Backup Tunnel mapped BFD


session id

IPsec backup tunnel failure


detection mechanism

Integrated WiFi Configuration Id

Identifier of the ethernet based IP


interface

Link OAM remote loopback


discovery enabling flag

Subnet mask for local IP address

PFS Diffie-Hellman group

Subnet mask for remote IP address


Average Packet Size For QCI Value
2

Average Packet Size For QCI Value


3

Average Packet Size For QCI Value


4

TAC activity factor

Exclude layer 2 overhead


Multiplicity Description

1 This parameter identifies the account manager. The value is


always 1.

1 This parameter holds the TLS access mode for the LDAP
server(s) of the BTS. Values are "secured" (allow only secured
connections) and "both" (allow both unsecured and secured
connections).
1 This parameter holds the port number of the primary LDAP
server.

1 This parameter holds the IP address of the primary LDAP


server.

Format: this is an IPv4 IP address in dotted decimal form


defined in RFC 2373.
1 This parameter activates or deactivates the BFD session.
Examples:
Activate: if set to value "true", the transmission of BFD control
IPv4: 10.12.11.101
packets towards the remote peer is started and, in case the
BFD session fails, alarms are raised.
1 This parameter controls the admin state of the BFD session.
Deactivate: if set to value "false", the transmission of BFD
If set to "false", the session enters the "Down" state. Only
control packets towards the remote peer is stopped. Also the
control messages with state "Admin Down" are sent to the
BTS discards every received BFD packet for a deactivated BFD
peer. All active alarms of the BFD session are cleared.
instance. Moreover all active alarms related to the BFD session
If set to "true", the session leaves the "Down" state. It will reach
1 This parameter
are cleared. Thespecifies the destination
BFD session effectively IP address
does to be
not exist at used
all.
the "Up" state if the remote peer is also in "Up" state. If the
in the BFD session. To be entered in dotted decimal format.
BFD session fails, alarms are raised for it.
Both IP address formats can be used.
Format: IPv4 address parameter in dotted decimals or IPv6
1 The negotiated BFD control word transmission interval,
address parameter acc. to RFC 4291.
multiplied by this parameter, provides the detection time for lost
packets in the BFD session. Roughly speaking bfdDetectMult is
the number of BFD control packets that the FTM may lose in a
row, before it shall declare the BFD session to be down.
1 This parameter indicates on the BFD group to which the BFD
session belongs.
The parameter is a managed object instance identifier
(LMOID), referencing an instance of object class BFDGRP. The
parameter may remain empty, meaning the BFD session is not
1 This parameter identifies the BFD session.
bound to a BFD group.
Example:
FTM-1/IPNO-1/BFDGRP-#
where # can be from 1..8.
1 This parameter specifies the source IP address to be used in
BFD messages for the BFD session. This can be a network
interface IP address or a virtual IP address. To be entered in
dotted decimal format.
1 This parameter specifies the UDP source port to be used in the
Both IP address formats can be used.
BFD session.
Format: IPv4 address parameter in dotted decimals or IPv6
Note: value range and default value depend on the BFD type.
address parameter acc. to RFC 4291.
- For Multi Hop BFD, the value range is 4784, 49152...65535
and the default value = 4784.
1 This parameter specifies the type of the BFD session: Single
- For Single Hop BFD the value range is 3784, 49152...65535
Hop or Multi Hop BFD.
and the default value = 3784.

1 This parameter specifies the minimum interval, that the BTS


needs when transmitting BFD control packets for the BFD
session.

1 This parameter specifies the minimum interval between


received BFD control packets that the FTM will support for the
BFD session.

1 This parameter identifies a BFD group.

1 Allow operator to enable/disable Bluetooth interface.

When actBluetooth is set to:

enabled: Bluetooth interface is enabled;


1 Activate Bluetooth enabled alarm.
disabled: Bluetooth interface is disabled;

autoFallback: Bluetooth is enabled automatically upon


1 Allow
loss ofthe site to respond
connection to inquiry
to NetAct scans to
and disabled provide
upon device of
restoration
name and other info before pairing. A site that does not
connection.
respond to inquiry requests will be less visible to casual scans.

True: Site responds to Bluetooth inquiry requests. Makes


1 Allow operator to enable/disable Bluetooth legacy pairing
for easier range characterization and support for Bluetooth
protocol
clients that depend on inquiry scan responses.

False: Requires site operator to know Bluetooth device


1 Allow Bluetooth
address secure
and have clientsimple
which pairing
can connect via address.

1 This parameter identifies the Bluetooth Interface.

The value is always 1.

This is supported only in FlexiZone Micro.


1 This parameter allows the operator to customize the Bluetooth
name used by the device.

1 Allow additional control over legacy pairing protocol


implementation.

If legacyPairingOPTMode = -2 (configured PIN mode), the


initial bytes of the configured legacyPairingSecret (up to 16
1 Configures site-specific secrets associated with Bluetooth
bytes in all after hex unencoding) is used as a fixed legacy PIN;
legacy pairing . The configured secret must be entered as a
hex encoded string. For example, binary string 1mA is
Otherwise, counter-based logic adapted from RFC
represented by hex encoding 316D41.
6238/RFC4226 uses secret B1 derived from
1 Allow user to timeoutas
legacyPairingSecret pairing
a keyrelationship
for generating after the configured
a series of site-
With Legacy Pairing OTP Mode = -2 (configured PIN
number
specific, of onehours.
time 16 byte PINs based on RFC6238/RFC4226.
mode), legacyPairingSecret can be used to explicitly configure
a fixed legacy pairing PIN. For this case, the operator should
If it isIfset to 0: Immediately clearisall
legacyPairingOPTMode setpairing relationships
to -1 (rotating and
PIN mode),
carefully consider the limitations of any expected Bluetooth
connections
the applicable atcounter
time of configuration
advances change;
based on no subsequent
internal BTS logic.
50 Allow
peers.operator
A complex to configure
PIN is more a persistent Bluetootha device
secure. However, PIN
pairing or connections allowed until Pairing Relationshio Timout
whitelist
containing andonlyblacklist.
digits is mostly widely compatible.
changed to a non-zero value. is set between 0 and
If legacyPairingOPTMode
214748264 (generated
If the Legacy
list contains static
at PIN
least onemode), the applicable
whitelisted device, counter
only
With Pairing OTP Mode >= -1 (rotating PIN mode
If
is itfixed
is setto to
the169 : Do not
specified automatically timeout pairing
legacyPairingOPTMode value.
whitelisted
or generated devices
static maymode),
PIN connectlegacyPairingSecret
to or pair with the BTS. can be
1 This parameter specifies the Bluetooth device being whitelisted
relationships;
Otherwise,
used to if thea list
assign contains
custom blacklisted
legacy pairing devices,
secret B1 the
for the legacy
or blacklisted.
blacklisted
OTP algorithm. devices can NOT connect to
If legacyPairingSecret is or
leftpair withinthe
empty BTS.
these
If it is set to the value between 1 and 168, the value is the
modes, Note:Format
secret B1 is set to a default
is Bluetooth value known to all sitesofand
timeout in hours. Once the age ofdevice address
a pairing in format
relationship reaches
all
colon NSN customers.
separated hex bytes.
1 the
Thistimeout,
parameter BTSsets willthe
automatically timeout device
specific Bluetooth the pairing
as
relationship.
whitelisted, blacklisted or as neutral entry.
If the device is connected at the time of pairing timeout, the
device is not forcibly disconnected by the pairing timeout.
1 This parameter
However, provides
subsequent additionalafter
connection handling of the
expired specified
pairing
Bluetooth device.
relationship will require a fresh pairing.

The configured data must be entered as a hex encoded


string. For example, binary string 1mA is represented by hex
1 This is the order number of the device entry in the
encoding 316D41.
pairingRelationships structure.

User shall enter a unique pairing order number for each


Bluetooth device entry. Lower order numbers occur earlier in
1 Configure site-specific secret for Bluetooth secure simple
the structure.
pairing. The configured secret must be entered as a hex
encoded string. For example, binary string 1mA is represented
by hex encoding 316D41.
26 Operator Certificate installed in the BTS
If sspSecret is an empty string, a site-specific key, as
derived from NSN's default algorithm, will be used as the key
for counter-based generation of a series of one time 6 digit
passkey per RFC6238/RFC4226;
1 Certificate Fingerprint
It should be in Hex
If sspSecret Ascii
is an format with
non-empty FF:EE:DD.
string, Secure Simple Pairing
Secret will be used as a key for counter-based generation of a
series of one time 6 digit passkey per RFC6238/RFC4226.
1 Certificate Issued By

1 Certificate Issued To

1 Certificate Serial Number

1 Certificate Type
The Certificate type could be TA (Trust Anchor)/RA(Registration
authority)/CA (Certificate Authority) .

1 Certificate Valid From


The format is:
YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS.SSS[+-]hh:mm
where hh:mm is the offset from GMT.
1 Certificate Valid To
The format is:
YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS.SSS[+-]hh:mm
where hh:mm is the offset from GMT.
1 Used CRL distribution point address can be selected from
operator defined parameter and certificate extension

20 The list of CRL distribution points

1 Primary URI of the operator defined CRL distribution point.


Note: Primary addresses in the structure are unique, i.e. no two
entries can have same primary address.

1 Secondary URI of the operator defined CRL distribution point.


Note: Primary and secondary addresses for an entry cannot be
the same.

40 Downloaded CRL information

1 Type of CRL DP:


Manually configured Primary CRLDP or
Manually configured Secondary CRLDP or
CRLDP Contained in Certificate extension
1 URI of the defined CRL distribution point.

1 The status of the last download of CRL

1 This parameter holds the name of the issuing instance of the


current certificate revocation list.

1 Time of next update of CRL

The format is:


YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS.SSS[+-]hh:mm
where hh:mm is the offset from GMT.
1 The number of revoked certificates in CRL

1 This parameter holds the issueing date of the current certificate


revocation list.

The format is:


YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS.SSS[+-]hh:mm
1 The failure reason could be the following:
where hh:mm is the offset from GMT.
List (CRL) for one of the following reasons:
- The LDAP binding fails.
- The LDAP search is emtpy (no CRL found). / The LDAP
search contains more
1 Certificate Revocation List usage activation
than one entry.
- The CRL signature validation fails.
- The CRL file exceeds the BTS storage limit.
- The BTS certificate is part of the CRL.
1 This
- DNS parameter
resolutionspecifies howdistribution
for the CRL many dayspoint
before a BTS
fails.
certificate expires the BTS autonomously triggers a CMP
update sequence.

1 This parameter specifies the number of days the BTS shall


raise an alarm in advance to the "BTS own Trust Anchor" and
"BTS vendor certificate" expiry.

1 This parameter identifies the CMP server by its subject name. It


may either be detected by DHCP upon autoconnection or
configured by the management system.

1 This parameter identifies the certificate handler configuration.


The value is always 1.
1 This is the operator configured CMP Directory to be used for
addressing the Certificate Management Protocol server.

1 This is the IP address of the Certificate Management Protocol


server. To be entered in dotted decimal format.

1 This is the port number to be used for addressing the


Certificate Management Protocol server.

1 This parameter specifies the period for executing a periodical


update of the Certificate Revocation List. The value is given in
hours. Value 0 means "no periodical update".

1 If the value of acceptableFrameTypes is "AdmitTagged", the


device will discard untagged and Priority-tagged frames
received on this interface.
If the value is AdmitAll, tagged, untagged and Priority-tagged
frames received on this interface will be accepted. Untagged
1 This parameter is used to lock and unlock the ethernet link
and Priority-tagged frames are assigned to the VLAN defined
interface.
by the portDefaultVlanId for this interface.
Locking the interface deactivates it.

Administrative state rules for correct configurations:


1 This parameter specifies the type of back haul in use.
Outdoor Module FSMx
1. ETHLK 0-1 at FSMx can be unlocked if Basic module
Supported types are Copper, 1000BaseSX, 1000BaseLX,
FSMx present.
1000BasePX, G984 and 1000BaseBx.
2. ETHLK 0-2 at FSMx can be unlocked if Basic module
1 This
FSMxparameter
present and identifies
enablethe BTS transport=Ethernet
RP301Interface false andinterface.
if (TRS
sub-module FTIF/FTLF present and ETHLK 1-1 = locked and
Format:
ETHLK 1-3 "slot#-if#"
= locked).
3. ETHLK 1-1 at FTIF/FTLF can be unlocked if TRS sub-
where
module FTIF/FTLF present
1 This parameter specifies theand ETHLK burst
maximum 1-3 issize locked
that and
can be
slot# =0-2
ETHLK slot=number
locked. of the unit containing the Ethernet
transmitted in a single burst in egress direction on this Ethernet
interfaces,
4. ETHLK and
1-2 at2 FTIF/FTLF
interface of layer switch. Thecan burstbesizeunlocked
is actually if TRS sub-
calculated
if# = the
module interfacepresent
FTIF/FTLF numberand of the ETHLKphysical 1-4 interface
is locked. on the
by < l2ShaperRate x l2BurstSize x 1sec >. Example:
unit
5. ETHLK 1-3=100 at FTIF/FTLF can be unlocked if TRSinsub-
l2ShaperRate Mb/s and l2BurstSize=1% results a burst
1 This
module parameter
FTIF/FTLF specifies
present,theETHLK
rate for1-1 limiting
is ingressand
locked traffic
ETHLKat
size of 1 Mbit = 125 Kbyte.
the
andethernet
0-2 = locked. link interface. Parameter value unit = MBit/s.
for FTIB/FTLB,
6.
The ETHLK
step size1-4 is at FTIF/FTLF
0.1%. The maximum can be unlocked
value is 6%. if TRS
Default sub-
The
module following
slot#: 1
FTIF/FTLF granularities
: This alwaysexist:
ispresent 1, since
and ETHLK there 1-2 isisonly 1 slot.
locked.
value is 0% (no bursts).
1if#:
Mbps1..3 steps up to 10 Mpbs.
1 This parameter is
The parameter specifies
only valid egress
for the theFTLBshapingand rate FSMr3 of the
hardware
5 Mbps steps beyond 10 Mbps and up to 100 Mbps.
Ethernet
unit types. interface. Parameter value unit is in MBit/s.
50
forMbps steps
FSMF/FSMG
Indoor Module beyond
FSIx 100
(Flexi BTSMpbs Release and 3up to 1 Gbps.
Outdoor System
Module),
1. ETHLK 0-1 at FSIx
The following granularities exist: can be unlocked if Basic Module FSIx
In FWHC
slot#:
present 0
andHW : variant,
This
ETHLK is this
always
0-3 is will
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since
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1 Mbps steps up to 10 Mbps.
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2. parameter
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ETHLK port.
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module.
at FSIx thebe
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range parameter
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to 16unit
50 steps beyond 100 Mbps up to 1 Gbps.
entries
3. where
Additionally, each
EIF2 entry
can be represents
configured either
as an aRP3-01
singleModule
VLAN
port.
NOTE:All Transport IF cards (FTIA,FTIB,FTFB,FTLB and FSIx
ETHLK 0-3 at FSIx can be unlocked if Basic
identifier
present or aETHLK
and range of VLAN identifiers. It is strongly
FSMr3) shall support0-1 is locked.
configuration of 1 Mbps at the switch-port
recommended
for FSIF/FSIG that VLAN identifiers 3ofIndoor
the various entries
4.
shaper,ETHLKbut it0-4 is (Flexi
at FSIx
known, BTS can
that Release
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would not overlap each other. Itsince
is also recommended that
Mbps and FSMr3 egresses 1.56 Mbps, both of which are into
slot#:
present 0
and : This
ETHLK is always
0-2 is 0,
locked. Transport is integrated
PVID,
common
5. defined
ETHLK 0-5byatmodule.
system parameter
FSIx can be portDefaultVlanId,
unlocked if Basic would not FSIx
module
acceptable deviations.
appear
if#: 1..5
present in
andany of l2VlanIdList
: enable
Value range entry.
is 1..5
RP301Interface for EIF1..EIF5.
= false and TRS sub-
The
Usage
module default value
of EIF1
FIIF present of the
and andparameter
EIF3 is mutually
ETHLK is exclusive.
single range
1-1=locked and entry
Similarly
ETHLK and
for1-is
defined
EIF2 with value 2-4094 for VLAN
and EIF4. Additionally, EIF5 can be configured as an
2=locked. ID list in BTS Site Manager
and
RP3-01 by planning
6. ETHLK port.1-1 at value
FIIF2canfor belowValue
unlocked and value
if TRS4094 for
sub-module
highValue
FIIF present, in NetAct.
ETHLK 1-2 is locked and enable
A maximum
for of 100
FTIF (optional
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outdoor
= false VLANs
andexternal are
0-5=allowed
ETHLK Transport locked. for FTIB unit.
module),
The default
7.slot#:
ETHLK1 value: The
1-2 atis
slotempty
FIIF canfor
number be FTIB
is '1', unit
since
unlocked andifthis 24094
TRS is an range for
additional
sub-module
FTLB
unit and rel3 units.
1 This parameter specifies the upper value of a range of VLAN
identifiers.

VLAN id 1 is reserved for un-tagged frames handling and


should not be configured.
1 This parameter specifies either a single VLAN identifier or the
lower value of a range of VLAN identifiers.

VLAN id 1 is reserved for un-tagged frames handling and


should not be configured.
1 Enables the Link OAM functionality for this ethernet link. In
consequence:
- the values of all statistics counters of the Link OAM feature for
this interface are set to 0
- the Link OAM alarms for this interface are cleared
1 A reference to a Link OAM profile. This is a distinguished name
- the Link OAM discovery process is started, either in active or
referencing an instance of class OAMPRF.
in passive mode.
Format: "FTM-1/OAMPRF-*"
For FlexiZone Micro:
This parameter shall be set to FALSE for ETHLK-1-3 in case of
where
1 This
FWHC. parameter shows the MAC address of the ethernet
FTM-1: = a parent instance of object class ETHLK, This is
interface.
always 1 (static MO)
OAMPRF-#, # = an instance of object class OAMPRF

1 Default
Example:VLAN priority for untagged frames.
FTM-1/OAMPRF-1

Every untagged ingress Ethernet frame at this interface gets


assigned this Port Default Priority. If QoS classification mode is
configured to VLAN-PCP, this priority is used for enqueing
1 This parameter specifies the VLAN identifier that is inserted
decision of the frame. If the frame egresses the switch tagged,
internally by the FTM into an untagged ingress frame that
this priority shall be used in the VLAN tag header.
enters the layer 2 switch via this Ethernet interface.
In order that the frame will be transmitted via another Ethernet
interface, after layer 2 switching has been performed, the same
1 This parameter specificies if the ethernet link characteristics
VLAN id must be configured in the VLAN identifier list of that
are autonegotiated or not.
Ethernet interface (see parameter l2VlanIdList). Else the frame
If not, the attribute contains the capacity and the duplex mode
will be discarded.
to be set forcibly. Note that 1000 MBit is available only on
NOTE:Default VLAN id cannot be configured as a part of
Gigabit Ethernet interfaces (GE).
1 This parameter
interface's identifies
configured VLANBTSid transport.
list.
Note: In case the shared RP3-01/TRS port (i.e. FCT-EIF2) is
The value is always 1.
configured for transport, exclusively 1000 Mbps link speed is
supported.
Note for FlexiZone Micro:
1 This parameter
Electrical allows user
GE interface to specify
supports the port number where
AUTODETECT,
the Local Maintenance
1000MBIT_FULL Terminal (BTS Site Manager) can be
and 100MBIT_FULL.
connected.
Optical GE interface supports AUTODETECT and
1000MBIT_FULL.
The
EIF1 default value
is optical GE isinterface
EIF2 (port
andB). EIF2ofis the
electrical GE interface,
1 This parameter holds the description geographical
except
location of the network element. The format can beunit
hardware unit type FWGH; FWGH is only type for
freely
which both EIF1 and EIF2 are electrical GE interfaces.
decided by the operator. The parameter may also be empty.
FWHE and FWHF units have EIF3 in addition to EIF1 and
EIF2, EIF3 is optical GE interface.
1 This
FWHC parameter
unit has allows
EIF3 inuser to specify
addition Ethernet
to EIF1 and EIF2,link EIF3
interface
is
used for primary
electrical backhaul.
GE interface.

The default value is EIF1 (port A).


1 This parameter shows the SW release version of the FTM.

1 This parameter holds the the name of the network element.


The operator can freely define the value of this parameter.

1 This parameter holds a short description of the network


element. The format can be freely decided by the operator. The
parameter may also remain empty.

1 This parameter identifies the DNS Access configuration object.


Value is always 1.

1 This parameter specifies the IP address of the primary DNS


server. If the parameter has a valid value (not empty, not
0.0.0.0) this server is queried first for DNS resolution.

1 This parameter specifies the IP address of the secondary DNS


server. The secondary DNS is queried if the primary DNS is
configured but not accessible.

1 This parameter identifies the BTS transport Ethernet-based IP


interface.
The value is always 1.

1 This is the IP address of the plain Ethernet network interface


towards the external transport network. It has an associated
subnet mask.

If the address is set to 0.0.0.0, the interface is taken out of use.


1 This is the IPv6 address of the plain Ethernet network interface
Instead, VLAN interfaces are used (IVIF object instance).
towards the external transport network.
Format: parameter with IPv6 address acc. to RFC4291.
If the address is set to 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0 in full notation or ::
abbreviated, the interface is taken out of use. Instead, VLAN
1 This is the IPv6 prefix-length parameter of the plain Ethernet
interfaces are used (IVIF object instance).
network interface towards the external transport network.
Format: parameter acc. to RFC4291.

Note: Values 1 and 2 are not allowed.


1 This is the maximum transfer unit of the Ethernet interface.

NOTE: For HW unit types FTIB/FTLB, the supported range is


'576..1608 octets'. For HW unit types FSM/FTIF, the supported
range is '576..1644 octets'. For all HW FlexiZone Micro unit
1 This is the subnet mask of the IP address of the plain Ethernet
types, the supported range is '576..1644 octets'.
network interface.
1 This parameter specifies if multiple PHB queues are used over
this interface or only a single one. Multiple PHB queues allow
DSCP based traffic prioritization.

The plain Ethernet interface by default has the 6 PHB queue


1 This parameter holds the shaper burst size for the interface.
scheduler.

1 The Total Shaper Burst Size ("SBS") defines the maximum


burst size that is allowed to pass at the output of the WFQ
aggregator.

1 This parameter holds the shaper information rate for the


interface.
For FTLB, the actual minimum egress rate is 1.18 Mbps and on
FSM-r3, the actual minimum egress rate is 1.56 Mbps due to
technical limitations on Octeon.
1 This parameter holds the total Shaper Information Rate ("SIR")
at the output of the WFQ aggregator.

1 This parameter decides on the type of shaping in case of


VLANs. When traffic path shaping is enabled, shaping at the
level of each VLAN is enabled, else shaping at the WFQ
aggregator level is enabled. Shaping may also be switched off
entirely.
1 This parameter decides if shaping takes the ethernet overhead
into account. If the flag has value "true", the shaped bandwidth
is the bandwidth on the IP layer only. If the flag has value
"false", the ethernet header is counted also.
1 This is the weight value to be used in the WFQ aggregation
scheduler for this interface.

10 This is the set of entries in the DHCP database of the BTS that
is used to bind an IP address to a DHCP client that identifies
itself at the BTS by a system name (by a "text string").

1 This is a unique string used in the DHCP server of the BTS for
identifying a DHCP client that is assigned a fixed IP address.
This may either be one of the predefined names "RET1"
(Remote Electrical Tilt), "RET2", "BBU" and "LMU" or a user-
defined name consisting of up to 20 digits [0-9] or letters [a-z]
1 This parameter specifies the fixed IP address that is to be
and [A-Z].
assigned to the DHCP client if it requests a lease with the name
specified in parameter dhcpClientIdentifier.
The IP address must be within the public IP subnet of the BTS.
However, neither the IP addresses of the BTS nor its subnet IP
1 This parameter identifies the unique DHCP Server object in the
address must be used.
BTS. Its value is always 1.
To be entered in dotted decimal format.
Note:This is not applicable for FlexiZone Micro hardware.
10 This is set of entries in the DHCP database of the BTS. This
set of entries is used to bind an IP address to a DHCP client
that identifies itself at BTS by a hardware address (by a "MAC
address").
1 This parameter specifies the fixed IP address that is to be
assigned to the DHCP client if it requests a lease with the MAC
address specified in parameter dhcpHardwareIdentifier.
The IP address must be within the public IP subnet of the BTS.
However, neither the IP addresses of the BTS nor its subnet IP
1 This is the unique hardware (MAC) address within the DHCP
address must be used.
server of the BTS by which a DHCP client identifies itself at the
To be entered in dotted decimal format.
BTS. The server will then assign the IP address of the
parameter "DHCP Fixed IP Address" to the client.
1 This entry reserves an IP address range to be used for
assignments for the DHCP clients.

1 This parameter specifies the final IP address of the DHCP IP


address range.

The IP address must be within the public IP subnet of the BTS.


However, neither the IP addresses of the BTS nor its subnet IP
1 This parameter specifies the starting IP address of the DHCP
address must be used.
IP address range.
To be entered in dotted decimal format.
The IP address must be within the public IP subnet of the BTS.
However, neither the IP addresses of the BTS nor its subnet IP
1 This parameter identifies the unique NTP configuration entity of
address must be used.
the BTS. The value is always 1. Exactly 1 NTP configuration
To be entered in dotted decimal format.
entity always exists on the BTS.

3 This parameter specifies the IP addresses of the NTP servers.


To be entered in the dotted decimal format.
Note: The NTP server configuration is mandatory in fsmr2 since
this is the only time source for FTM but although its optional in
fsmr3 due to GPS time availability, its always treated as
1 This flag enables/disables the optional feature Fast IP
mandatory and used as a backup if GPS time is lost.
Rerouting.

1 This flag enables/disables the optional feature IP Transport


Network Measurement.
NOTE: The individual sessions creation and other related
parameters configuration should be allowed irrespective of
state of this flag.
1 This parameter enables/disables the optional feature "IPv6 for
By default, the parameter is set to 'false'
U/C-plane" (LTE125)

The default value is "false".


1 This parameter activates/deactivates the feature "Transport
Separation for RAN Sharing"
If IPsec is enabled and additional transport network is deleted
or modified, then actSeparationRanSharing should be disabled
first.

The default value is "false".


1 This parameter defines a list of IP-Addresses for one additional
transport network.

1 This parameter holds the secondary C-Plane IPv4 address of


this eNB for the additional transport network in case feature
LTE648 and LTE505 are used.
Format: the format of this parameter allows for an IPv4
address in the dotted decimal form.
1 This parameter holds the C-Plane IPv4 address of this eNB for
the additional transport network.
Format: the format of this parameter allows for an IPv4
address in the dotted decimal form.
1 This parameter holds the C-Plane IPv6 address of this eNB for
the additional transport network.
Format: parameter with IPv6 address acc. to RFC4291.

1 This parameter holds the secondary C-Plane IPv6 address of


this eNB for the additional transport network in case feature
LTE648 and LTE505 are used.
Format: parameter acc. to RFC4291.
1 This parameter holds the U-Plane IPv4 address of this eNB for
the additional transport network.
Format: the format of this parameter allows for an IPv4
address in the dotted decimal form.
1 This parameter holds the U-Plane IPv6 address of this eNB for
the additional transport network.
Format: parameter with IPv6 address acc. to RFC4291.

1 This parameter holds the identifier for the additional transport


network in case "Transport Separation for RAN sharing"
feature is supported.

1 This parameter specifies the delay for re-installig routes as


active ones after a BFD session has recovered from down to
up state. Defining a delay can prevent from too heavy toggling
of de-installing and re-installing routes for unstable BFD
sessions.
1 This parameter identifies the base station in the transport
network.

1 This parameter contains the MAC address used towards BTS


subnet/LMP/SSE.

1 This parameter specifies the IP address to be used for control


plane traffic. The IP address may collapse with a network
interface IP address. If it does not collapse with a network
interface IP address, it is considered to be virtual.
The control plane IP address may also collapse with the
uPlaneIpAddress, the mPlaneIpAddress and the
sPlaneIpAddress.
To be entered in dotted decimal format.
1 This parameter specifies the secondary IPv4 address to be
used for control plane traffic in case feature LTE648 is used.
To be entered in dotted decimal format.

1 This parameter holds the C-Plane IPv6 address of this eNB.


Format: parameter with IPv6 address acc. to RFC4291.

1 This parameter specifies the secondary IPv6 address to be


used for control plane traffic in case feature LTE648 is used.
Format: parameter acc. to RFC4291.

1 Control whether to allow/disallow running FTP server on


Transport module for security reasons. Valid for only FTLB and
FTIB HW support.

NOTE: By default, parameter is disabled


1 Enable/disable service OAM.
(FTP_SERVER_DISABLED)
NOTE: Ethernet service OAM enabling flag cannot get value
true in ATM Iub transport mode.
1 This is the IP address for the BTS subnet. To be entered in
dotted decimal format.

1 This is the subnet mask for the BTS subnet IP address. To be


entered in dotted decimal format.

1 This parameter controls if the BTS should respond to ICMP and


traceroute requests.

1 This parameter identifies the BTS transport IP node


configuration.
The value is always 1.

1 This parameter specifies the IP address to be used for


management plane traffic. The IP address may collapse with a
network interface IP address. If it does not collapse with a
network interface IP address, it is considered to be virtual.
The management plane IP address may also collapse with the
1 This parameter holds the identifier for the "Main Transport
uPlaneIpAddress, the sPlaneIpAddress and the
Network"
cPlaneIpAddress.
This parameter shall be configured only in case "Transport
To be entered in dotted decimal format.
Separation for RAN sharing" feature is supported.
1 This parameter holds the transport network IP address of the
O&M system for the FTM. To be entered in dotted decimal
format.

If only 1 OMS IP is configured, then BTS executes an


autonomous site reset after change of that IP address so that
BTS will take into use the new values.
1 If this parameter is set to "true", the optional TLV received in a
Link Trace or Loopback message (LTM or LBM message) is
sent back unchecked in the corresponding reply message
(LTR, or LBR).
If this parameter is set to "false", the received optional TLV is
1 This parameter specifies the usage of TLS between the eNB
ignored and not being sent in the reply-message.
and the OPS system.
NOTE: By default, the parameter is set to 'false'
The usage of TLS requires that valid certificates are installed to
the eNB.
1 This parameter contains the MAC address of the interface
through which the U/C/M/S Plane is configured.

1 This parameter specifies the interval between


(re-)transmissions of Neighbor Solicitation messages from the
BTS.

The default value is 1000 ms.


1 This parameter specifies the IP address to be used for
synchronization plane traffic. The IP address may collapse with
a network interface IP address. If it does not collapse with a
network interface IP address, it is considered to be virtual.
The synchronization plane IP address may also collapse with
1 This parameter specifies the IP address of the OMS serving in
the uPlaneIpAddress, the mPlaneIpAddress and the
secondary role. It is used for OMS resiliency.
cPlaneIpAddress.
To be entered in dotted decimal format.
Value "0.0.0.0" means the parameter is not used: a secondary
Note: " ToP feature (TOPF) is not supported for TDD release
OMS is not defined.
1 This parameter
and only 0.0.0.0shows
address which OMS
can be (primary to
configured orS-plane
secondary)
IP is
the current serving OMS. This is a read-only parameter.
address"

1 This parameter specifies the administrator preference for how


the NE should select its serving OMS. Automatic selection
(value "automatic") means that the NE autonomously selects its
serving OMS based on availability of the configured primary or
secondary OMS. The NE may also be administratively
1 This parameter requests an administrative switch-over from
assigned/locked to either the configured primary or the
current serving OMS (primary or secondary) to the other OMS.
configured secondary OMS (values "primaryForced" and
The parameter value specifies the OMS to which the switch-
"secondaryForced").
over is requested.
48 This structure handles the enables/disables the TWAMP
reflector and UDP echo functionality for the each application
and IP interface object.
This can have a maximum of 10 instances as per configured
addresses.
1 This parameter specifies the IP address to be used for the
application or IP interface object. Each address specified in this
structure for TWAMP usage must be identical with one of the
configured eNB application or interface IP addresses.
Format: IPv4 address parameter in dotted decimals or IPv6
1 This flag enables/disables the TWAMP reflector functionality for
address parameter according to RFC 4291.
the application or IP interface object.
1 This flag enables/disables the UDP echo functionality for the
application or IP interface object.

1 This parameter specifies the overall rate at which the BTS


sends TWAMP initiator messages. The messages are evenly
spread over the enabled TWAMP sessions at any given time.
NOTE: By default, the parameter is set to 'RATE_10'
1 This parameter specifies the source port that is assigned to the
TWAMP reflector. The sender on any measurement request
packet shall use that port to reach the TWAMP reflector.

Note: UDP ports 7 (standard UDP echo port) and port range
1 This parameter specifies the IP address to be used for user
5001..5010 (UDP ports of TWAMP sender) shall not be used
plane traffic. The IP address may collapse with a network
for UDP reflector port.
interface IP address. If it does not collapse with a network
interface IP address, it is considered to be virtual.
Note: When configuring TWAMP reflector service, it is
The user plane IP address may also collapse with the
1 This parameter
important holds the
to configure U-Plane
a UDP IPv6isaddress
port that of this
not in use eNB.
by any
mPlaneIpAddress, the sPlaneIpAddress and the
Format: parameter
other service (such with IPv6
as 500 foraddress
IKE/IPsec acc.
fortoexample).
RFC4291.
cPlaneIpAddress.
Otherwise both TWAMP and the conflicting service will be
To be entered in dotted decimal format.
impacted and not work as expected. As many of the ports
1 1..1023 areweight
This is the typically in use
value forused
to be various services,
in the it is
WFQ aggregation
recommended to select a port
scheduler for Service OAM messages. starting from 1024 (in most of
the cases
NOTE: By the default
default, thesetting should
parameter be appropriate).
holds weight value 10
Note:For Flexizone micro, TWAMP reflector port number is
always on 5018.
32 The IPRM object provides filtering services for IP packets from
and to the attached site support equipment. In this concept, by
default the site support equipment cannot be accessed. IPRM
defines up to 32 exceptions to this rule. Each exception is
defined as a destination IP address to/from which traffic is
1 With this parameter, the user can select the way how to define
allowed. Ports or protocol types are not taken into account.
source two.
NOTE: Exception can overlap but they cannot have exactly the
The possible values are:
same configuration
SINGLE: a single IP address
RANGE: a range of IP addresses given by an IP address and a
1 This parameter is only meaningful if parameter sourceTwoDiscr
subnet mask
has value SINGLE or RANGE.
WILDCARD: any IP adress is allowed
If sourceTwoDisc has value SINGLE, this parameter specifies
the only IP address from / towards which traffic is allowed.
1 This parameter is meaningful only if source two is defined as
If sourceTwoDisc has value RANGE, this parameter specifies
RANGE; in all other cases it is ignored.
the upper limit of a range of IP addresses from / towards which
"SourceTwoNet Mask" specifies a netmask which, when
traffic is allowed.
applied to "IP address for source two", yields the allowed range
To be entered in dotted decimal format.
of IP addresses for source two.
1 An alphanumeric
NOTE: IP addressstring assigned
0.0.0.0 by the user to identify the
is not allowed
Restricted Mode exception.
To be entered in dotted decimal format.
NOTE: This parameter is mandatory for exception and must be
NOTE: IP address 255.255.255.255 and 0.0.0.0 are not
unique
allowed
1 This parameter identifies the unique instance of class IPRM.
The value is always 1.

Note:This is not applicable for FlexiZone Micro hardware.


1 This parameter identifies the IP routing table. The value is
always 1.

128 This is a set of entries, each defining a static IP route.

1 This parameter identifies the Bidirectional Forwarding Detection


(BFD) session that shall protect this route. The parameter value
shall match one of the object instance identifiers of the BFD
managed object class.
Value 0 means the route is not protected by any BFD session.
1 This parameter specifies the host or network address for the
destination of an IP route. It needs to be in line with the network
mask.
To be entered in dotted decimal format.
1 This parameter specifies the IP address of the next IP hop via
which a remote network can be reached. To be entered in
dotted decimal format.

1 Specifies the mask of the remote network. To be entered in


dotted decimal format.

1 This parameter specifies the preferred source IP address for


the route.

1 This parameter specifies a cost value for this route. Lower


preference means lower cost. The FTM shall use by preference
routes with lower preference value.

1 This parameter identifies the IPv6 routing table. The value is


always 1.

128 This is a set of entries, each defining a static IPv6 route.


The management system provides at minimum the route for the
default gateway of the FTM. (public).

1 This parameter identifies the Bidirectional Forwarding Detection


(BFD) session that shall protect this route. The parameter value
shall match one of the object instance identifiers of the BFD
managed object class.
Value 0 means the route is not protected by any BFD session.
1 Destination IPv6 Address Of The Static Route
1 This is the IPv6 prefix-length parameter of the destination IPv6
address.
Format: parameter acc. to RFC4291.

1 This parameter specifies the IPv6 address of the next IP hop


via which a remote network can be reached.
Format: parameter with IPv6 address acc. to RFC4291.

1 This parameter specifies the preferred source IP address for


the route.
Format: parameter with IPv6 address acc. to RFC4291.
Default Value is "::" which means the parameter is not used: a
preferred source IPV6 address is not defined
1 This parameter specifies a cost value for this route. Lower
preference means lower cost. The FTM shall use by preference
routes with lower preference value.

1 This parameter enables or disables feature IPSec Backup


Tunnel feature

250 This structure allows user to manually switch (switchover or


switchback) set of IPsec tunnels, which have a backup tunnel
remote endpoint and a MANUAL switchback mode defined.
Only tunnels that can be manually switched are included in this
list and tunnels are identified with the local and remote tunnel
1 This parameter is the local tunnel endpoint IPAddress of the
endpoints of the primary tunnel.
IPSec Tunnel(IKESA) whose related policies have secondary
remote tunnel endpoint set to a valid non-default IPAddress
and IPSec backup tunnel feature is enabled
Format: this is an IPv4 IP address in dotted decimal form.
1 This parameter is the remote tunnel endpoint IPAddress of the
Examples:
ipsec Tunnel(IKESA) whose related policies have secondary
IPv4: 10.12.11.0
remote tunnel endpoint set to a valid non-default IPAddress
and ipsec backup tunnel feature is enabled.
Format: this is an IPv4 IP address in dotted decimal form.
1 This parameter configures the IP address of IPsec emergency
Examples:
bypass control server
IPv4: 10.12.11.0

1 This parameter is used for enabling/disabling IPsec emergency


bypass

1 This is action parameter to exit the active IPsec emergency


bypass request state.

1 This parameter configures the timer value for the IPsec


emergency bypass ping request
1 This parameter indicates IPsec emergency bypass status

1 This parameter switches IPsec globally on (value true) or off


(value false).
FlexiZone Micro supports IPSec on non-bearer traffic only

250 This structure allows user to read and modify switchback mode
of each tunnel that has backup remote tunnel endpoint defined.
Tunnels are identified with primary local and remote tunnel
endpoint addresses.
1 This parameter indicates whether BTS should automatically or
manually (operator command) switchback to primary IPSec
Tunnel

1 This parameter is the local tunnel endpoint IPAddress of the


ipsec Tunnel(IKESA) whose related policies have secondary
remote tunnel endpoint set to a valid non-default IPAddress.
Format: this is an IPv4 IP address in dotted decimal form.
Examples:
1 This parameter is the remote tunnel endpoint IPAddress of the
IPv4: 10.12.11.0
ipsec Tunnel(IKESA) whose related policies have secondary
remote tunnel endpoint set to a valid non-default IPAddress
Format: this is an IPv4 IP address in dotted decimal form.
Examples:
1 This parameter identifies the BTS transport IPsec configuration.
IPv4: 10.12.11.0
The value is always 1.

250 This is the list of security policies of the FTM. Each entry in the
list consists of several parameters.

1 If this flag is true,anti replay checking for the IPsec connections


of this policy is enabled, else it is switched off.

1 This is the size of the anti replay window to be used on the


security policy.

The parameter is only relevant if the parameter


antiReplayEnabled has the value True.
1 This parameter specifies the delay between the sending of two
consecutive DPS INFORMATIONAL messages by the BTS.
The INFORMATIONAL message indicates the BTS is still alive.
For IKEv2, the BTS raises the Dead Peer Detected (DPD)
alarm if the remote peer has not sent any INFORMATIONAL
1 This parameter specifies the time after which the BTS raises
message to the BTS after the BTS has sent a fixed number of
the Dead Peer Detected (DPD) alarm.
INFORMATIONAL messages.
The parameter dpddelay specifies the delay between the
For IKEv1 the BTS raises the DPD alarm, if the remote peer
sending of two consecutive DPS INFORMATIONAL messages
has not sent back any INFORMATIONAL messages after the
by the BTS. The INFORMATIONAL message indicates that the
time defined in the parameter dpdtimeout has expired.
BTS is still alive.
For IKEv1, the BTS raises the Dead Peer Detected (DPD)
alarm if the remote peer has not sent back any
INFORMATIONAL messages after the time defined in the
parameter dpdtimeout has expired.
1 This parameter holds the ESP encryption algorithm to be
applied to the traffic data packet for which the policy matches.

The default value for ESP encryption algorithm offers 2 values


(priority list) where
1 This parameter selects the DH group to be used in the
- AES-128 CBC is tried first (1. priority) and
establishment and rekeying of IKE SAs
- 3DES-192 CBC is tried next (2.priority).

1 This parameter holds the encryption algorithm at the IKE layer


to be applied to the traffic data packet for which the policy
matches.

The default value for IKE encryption algorithm offers 2 values


1 This parameter holds the IKE protocol version of this
(priority list) where
association used for this policy.
- AES-128 CBC is tried first (1. priority) and
- 3DES-192 CBC is tried next (2.priority).

1 This parameter holds the remote endpoint of the current active


IPsec tunnel Format: this is an IPv4 IP address in dotted
decimal form.
Examples:
IPv4: 10.12.11.0
1 This parameter specifies maximum time delay before
switchover or switchback of IPSec tunnel. NE will use random
delay between minimum and maximum delay timers for
switchover or switchback
1 This parameter specifies minimum time delay before switchover
or switchback of IPSec tunnel. NE will use random delay
between minimum and maximum delay timers for switchover or
switchback
1 This parameter holds the remote SEG endpoint IPAddress of
the secondary ipsec tunnel
It also enables backup tunnel feature for the primary tunnel
associated with this policy.
Format: this is an IPv4 IP address in dotted decimal form.
1 This parameter indicates the state of the IPsec Backup Tunnel.
Examples:
IPv4: 10.12.11.0
Note: The value is valid only when parameter
ipSecBkupTunCurrRemoteEndpoint is set (other than 0.0.0.0)
1 This flag rules the basic treatment of a traffic data packet that
applies to the selection criteria of this policy.
The values have the following meaning:
"DISCARD": the packet is discarded without any further action
or notification, i.e. it is prevented from passing to its designated
1 This parameter holds the local IP address of the data traffic
destination.
packet for this policy as seen by the FTM.
"BYPASS": the packet is delivered to its destination without any
other processing, in particular without any further IPsec-related
To be entered in dotted decimal format.
processing.
1 This is the port
"PROTECT": number
the packetofwill
thebelocal
madeIP subject
address.toIfthe
value -1 is of
settings
The following combinations of local and remote IP addresses,
configured, the IPSec policy is valid in the same way to and
its security policy.
local and remote port numbers and protocol are feasible:
from all ports of the local IP address.
- a single IP address (equivalent to netmask /32 in IPv4), no
particular protocol/port
The following combinations of local and remote IP addresses,
- a single IP address, selected protocol/port
local and remote port numbers and protocol are feasible:
- an IP subnet, no particular protocol/port
- single IP address (equivalent to netmask /32 in IPv4), no
- an IP subnet, selected protocol/port.
particular protocol/port
- single IP address, selected protocol/port
Parameter value 0.0.0.0 means "wildcard" - all IP addresses
- IP subnet, no particular protocol/port
are allowed.
- IP subnet, selected protocol/port.
Both IP address formats can be used.
Format: IPv4 address parameter in dotted decimals or IPv6
address parameter acc. to RFC 4291.
1 This parameter specifies the length netmask to the parameter
localIpPrefixLength.
Prefix length for IPV4 : 0-32
Prefix length for IPV6 : 0-128
1 Local IPsec tunnel endpoint IPv4 address.

To be entered in dotted decimal format.

1 This is the order number of the security policy.


Only the lowest number of several equally matching policies is
executed on a specific traffic data packet.

1 This parameter holds the protocol information of the IP packet


according to RFC791 (IPv4) or RFC1883 (IPv6).
If the parameter has value -1, the policy is valid for all
protocols.
1 This parameter holds the remote IP address of the data traffic
The following combinations of local and remote IP addresses,
packet for this policy as seen by the FTM.
port numbers and protocol are feasible:
- single IP address (equivalent to netmask /32 in IPv4), no
To be entered in dotted decimal format.
particular protocol/port
1 This
- singleis the port number
IP address, of theprotocol/port
selected remote IP address. If value -1 is
The following combinations of local and remote IP addresses,
configured,
- IP subnet, the IPSec policy
no particular is valid in the same way to and
protocol/port
local and remote port numbers and protocol are feasible:
from all portsselected
- IP subnet, of the remote IP address.
protocol/port.
- single IP address (equivalent to netmask /32 in IPv4), no
particular protocol/port
The following combinations of local and remote IP addresses,
1 This
- singleparameter specifies
IP address, the protocol/port
selected length netmask to the parameter
local and remote port numbers and protocol are feasible:
remoteIpPrefixLength.
- IP subnet, no particular protocol/port
- single IP address (equivalent to netmask /32 in IPv4), no
Prefix lengthselected
- IP subnet, for IPV4protocol/port.
: 0-32
particular protocol/port
Prefix length for IPV6 : 0-128
- single IP address, selected protocol/port
1 Parameter valueholds
0.0.0.0
themeans
remote"wildcard" - allendpoint
IP addresses
-This parameter
IP subnet, no particular IPsec tunnel
protocol/port IP
are allowed.
-address as seen
IP subnet, by the
selected FTM. It corresponds to the IKE
protocol/port.
Both IP address
association peer formats
for which can
thebegiven
used.secret shared key is used.
Format: IPv4 address parameter
To be entered in dotted decimal format. in dotted decimals or IPv6
address parameter acc. to RFC 4291.
1 This parameter holds the maximum lifetime of an IPSEC
security association. The IPSEC SA will be rekeyed at a
random time between 270 and 180 seconds before the
maximum lifetime expires, i.e. between (saMaxLifetime 270
seconds) and (saMaxLifetime 180 seconds) after establishing
1 This parameter holds the IP address of the BTS in the transport
the IPSEC SA.
network for this VLAN. It is accompanied with a subnet mask.
Note:
IKE SAs with a fixed maximum lifetime of 86400 seconds (24
1 This
hours)is will
the be
IPv6 address
rekeyed at of the VLAN
a random Ethernet
time between network
3870 and 180
interface towardsthe
seconds before themaximum
external lifetime
transport network.
expires, i.e. between
Format:
82530 and parameter with IPv6
86220 seconds address
after acc. tothe
establishing RFC4291.
IKE SA

1 This is the IPv6 prefix-length parameter of the VLAN Ethernet


network interface towards the external transport network.
Format: parameter according to RFC4291.

Note: Values 1 and 2 are not allowed.


1 This parameter holds the network mask for the local IP address
of the BTS in the transport network for this VLAN.

1 This parameter specifies if multiple PHB queues are used over


this VLAN interface or only a single one. Multiple PHB queues
allow DSCP based traffic prioritisation.

1 This parameter holds the shaper burst size for a specific VLAN
interface.

1 This parameter holds the shaper information rate for a specific


VLAN interface. For FTLB, the actual minimum egress rate is
1.18 Mbps and on FSM-r3, the actual minimum egress rate is
1.56 Mbps due to technical limitations on Octeon.
1 This parameter specifies the VLAN identifier number of the
VLAN network interface.

1 This parameter identifies the VLAN interface object. Value is 1


to 9. Up to 9 VLANs can exist on the BTS.
BTS supports VLAN interfaces with only one PHB queue but
two VLAN interfaces can be configured with 6 PHB queues.
1 This is the weight value to be used in the WFQ aggregation
scheduler for this VLAN interface.

64 This parameter maps DSCP values to priority queues. The


table contains at most 64 entries, one for each possible DSCP
value (0..63).

Default values for FTIB hardware unit type:


1 This parameter specifies a DSCP value.
DSCP values 48,46 and 56 map to priority queue 1, this is the
strict priority queue.
DSCP values 38, 36, 34, 30, 28 and 26 map to priority queue 2,
this is the first WRR priority queue.
1 This
DSCP parameter
values 22, specifies
20, 18, a14, priority
12 and queue.
10 map to priority queue 3,
this is the second WRR priority queue.
FTIB hardware
All other DSCP unit type:
values map by default to priority queue 4, this is
Priority
the thirdqueue
WRR values
priority range
queue.from 1 to 4 where 4 means lowest
and 1 means highest priority. The default value of the
1 This parameter enables the layer 2 switching feature.
parameter
Default = 4. for FTLB and FSMr3 hardware unit type:
values
If the feature is switched off (false), the Ethernet switching
FTLB
DSCP hardware unit and
type:56 map to priority queue 1, this is the
between eNB 48,46
values and backhaul network remains operational, but
Priority
strict queue
priority values range from 1 to 6 where 6 means lowest
queue.
all other Ethernet ports are inactive. eNBs connected to those
and
DSCP 1 means
values highest priority.
38, 36disconnected
and 34 mapThe todefault value of the
priority
ports are effectively from the queue 2, this
transport is the
network.
1 ThisWRRparameter
parameter
first = 6. specifies
priority queue. the weight for the 1st priority queue.
DSCP
For FZM values 30, 28variants
hardware and 26with
mapintegrated
to priority WiFi:
queue 3, this is the
second WRR priority queue.
BTS Site Manager shall use enableLayer2Switching = TRUE
DSCP
as defaultvalues 22, for
setting 20,manual
18, 14, commissioning.
12 and 10 map to priority
User queueto
is allowed 4,
this is the third
change the value. WRR priority queue.
All other DSCP values map by default to priority queue 6, this is
the fifth WRR priority queue.
1 This parameter specifies the weight for the second priority
queue.

The default value of this parameter = 1 for the FTIB hardware


unit.
1 This parameter specifies the weight for the third priority queue.
The default value of this parameter = 4 for the FTLB hardware
unit.

1 This parameter specifies the weight for the fourth priority


queue.
This parameter is only supported for the FTLB and FSMr3
hardware unit types.
Default value 1 is supported in FTLB and FSMr3 unit types.
1 This parameter specifies the weight for the fifth priority queue.
This parameter is only supported for the FTLB and FSMr3
hardware unit types.
Default value 1 is supported in FTLB and FSMr3 unit types.
1 Default VLAN priority for untagged frames.

Every untagged ingress Ethernet frame at this interface gets


assigned this Port Default Priority. If QoS classification mode is
configured to VLAN-PCP, this priority is used for enqueing
1 This parameter specifies the VLAN identifier that is inserted
decision of the frame. If the frame egresses the switch tagged,
internally by the FTM into an untagged ingress frame that
this priority shall be used in the VLAN tag header.
enters the layer 2 switch via this Ethernet interface - if
parameter discardUntagged has value "false" for the Ethernet
interface.
1 This parameter specifies which priority queue shall be used for
To transmit the frame via the same or another Ethernet
non-IP frames. Non-IP frames examples are ARP-, Ethernet
interface, after layer 2 switching has been performed, the same
OAM- and Synchronous Ethernet messages.
VLAN Id must be configured in the VLAN identifier list of that
The value range of this parameter = 1..4 for the FTIB hardware
Ethernet interface (see parameter l2VlanIdList). Else the frame
unit.
1 This parameter
will be discarded. specifies which priority queue shall be used for
The value range of this parameter = 1..6 for the FTLB hardware
frames with VLAN PCP bits value 0.
unit.
The default value of this parameter = 1 for both hardware unit
The value range of this parameter = 1..4 for the FTIB hardware
types, this is the strict priority queue.
unit.
1 This parameter specifies which priority queue shall be used for
The value range of this parameter = 1..6 for the FTLB hardware
frames with VLAN PCP bits value 1.
unit.
The default value of this parameter = 4 for the FTIB hardware
The value range of this parameter = 1..4 for the FTIB hardware
unit, this is a Weighted Round Robin priority queue.
unit.
1 This parameter
The default specifies
value which priority
of this parameter = 6 queue
for the shall
FTLBbehardware
used for
The value range of this parameter = 1..6 for the FTLB hardware
frames
unit, thiswith
is aVLAN PCPRound
Weighted bits value 2. priority queue.
Robin
unit.
The default value of this parameter = 4 for the FTIB hardware
The value range of this parameter = 1..4 for the FTIB hardware
unit, this is a Weighted Round Robin priority queue.
unit.
1 This parameter
The default specifies
value which priority
of this parameter = 4 queue
for the shall
FTLBbehardware
used for
The value range of this parameter = 1..6 for the FTLB hardware
frames
unit, thiswith
is aVLAN PCPRound
Weighted bits value 3. priority queue.
Robin
unit.
The default value of this parameter = 3 for the FTIB hardware
The value range of this parameter = 1..4 for the FTIB hardware
unit, this is a Weighted Round Robin priority queue.
unit.
1 This parameter
The default specifies
value which priority
of this parameter = 4 queue
for the shall
FTLBbehardware
used for
The value range of this parameter = 1..6 for the FTLB hardware
frames
unit, thiswith
is aVLAN PCPRound
Weighted bits value 4. priority queue.
Robin
unit.
The default value of this parameter = 3 for the FTIB hardware
The value range of this parameter = 1..4 for the FTIB hardware
unit, this is a Weighted Round Robin priority queue.
unit.
The default value of this parameter = 4 for the FTLB hardware
The value range of this parameter = 1..6 for the FTLB hardware
unit, this is a Weighted Round Robin priority queue.
unit.
The default value of this parameter = 2 for the FTIB hardware
unit, this is a Weighted Round Robin priority queue.
The default value of this parameter = 3 for the FTLB hardware
unit, this is a Weighted Round Robin priority queue.
1 This parameter specifies which priority queue shall be used for
frames with VLAN PCP bits value 5.

The value range of this parameter = 1..4 for the FTIB hardware
unit.
1 This parameter specifies which priority queue shall be used for
The value range of this parameter = 1..6 for the FTLB hardware
frames with VLAN PCP bits value 6.
unit.
The default value of this parameter = 2 for the FTIB hardware
The value range of this parameter = 1..4 for the FTIB hardware
unit, this is a Weighted Round Robin priority queue.
unit.
1 This parameter
The default specifies
value which priority
of this parameter = 3 queue
for the shall
FTLBbehardware
used for
The value range of this parameter = 1..6 for the FTLB hardware
frames
unit, thiswith
is aVLAN PCPRound
Weighted bits value 7. priority queue.
Robin
unit.
The default value of this parameter = 1 for the FTIB hardware
The value range of this parameter = 1..4 for the FTIB hardware
unit, this is the strict priority queue.
unit.
1 This parameter
The default specifies
value which priority
of this parameter = 2 queue
for the shall
FTLBbehardware
used for
The value range of this parameter = 1..6 for the FTLB hardware
untagged
unit, this isframes.
a Weighted Round Robin priority queue.
unit.
The default value of this parameter = 1 for both hardware unit
The value range of this parameter = 1..4 for the FTIB hardware
types, this is the strict priority queue.
unit.
1 This parameter specifies if the layer 2 switching is based on
The value range of this parameter = 1..6 for the FTLB hardware
DSCP to PHB mapping or on PCP to PHB mapping.
unit.
- In case it is DSCP to PHB mapping, the priority queue for
The default value of this parameter = 1, this is the strict priority
egress traffic is taken from parameter dscpMap for IP frames
queue.
and from parameter priorityQueueNonIP for non-IP frames.
1 This parameter identifies the layer 2 switch. The value is
- In case it is PCP to PHB mapping, the priority queue for
always
In case 1.VLAN aware switching, this parameter is not taken into
egress traffic is taken from the parameters priorityQueuePcp0
account. Untagged traffic will be enqueued according to the
to priorityQueuePcp7 for tagged frames and from parameter
default priority configured for each interface separately.
priorityQueueUntagged for untagged frames.
1 This parameter controls the VLAN behavior of the Transport
Ethernet switching. It is applicable when the switching feature
is enabled.
If set to "true", ethernet frames tagged with a VLAN ID shall be
switched between two ethernet member ports of a layer 2
1 This parameter identifies the MO instance for transport
bridge only, if both ports are member of the same VLAN. Else
admission control for LTE. 1 instance should be there in FTM
the packet shall be dropped. The handling of untagged frames
start up.
depends on the parameter acceptableFrameTypes.

1 This
If setparameter specifies
to "false", any VLANthe maximumispermitted
information aggregate
not considered when
guaranteed
switching. The transport bit rate
switching for allbased
is purely GBR on
Emergency
MAC Destination
connections.
address lookup result.

1 This parameter specifies the maximum permitted aggregate


guaranteed transport bit rate for all GBR Handover
connections.

1 This parameter specifies the maximum permitted aggregate


guaranteed transport bit rate for normal GBR connections.

1 This parameter holds the identifier of the transport network for


which this LTAC instance is to be used.
1 This parameter identifies a Maintenance Association. Up to 15
associations may exist in the BTS.

1 This parameter specifies the period for sending Continuity


Check messages (CCMs).

1 This parameter specifies the name of the Maintenance


Association.

1 This flag indicates if Vlan mapping is enabled for this Service


OAM ethernet interface. Value "true" means that Vlan mapping
is enabled. In case Vlan mapping is not enabled, all messages
on the interface will be sent in plain format.
1 This parameter specifies the VLAN identifier that is associated
to the Maintenance Association.
The FTM uses this VLAN identifier in the Service OAM
messages its sends over the Service OAM ethernet link
(configured in the OAMMEP managed object).
1 This parameter identifies a Maintenance Domain. Up to 10
domains may exist on the BTS.
Note: The configured VLAN identifier must match the
restrictions of the VLAN identifier settings of the Layer 2
bridges of the FTM, in order to prevent that the Service OAM
1 This parameter
messages specifies the
are discarded level
in the of the Maintenance Domain.
bridge.

1 This parameter specifies the name of the Maintenance Domain.

1 This parameter specifies if the transmission of AIS messages is


enabled.

1 This parameter allows sending continuity check messages


(ETH_CCM) towards the remote Maintenance Association
Endpoints (MEPs) of the End Point. Changing the parameter
from false (not allowed) to true (allowed) resets the CCM
counters and alarms of all remote MEPs.
1 This parameter specifies the ethernet link that the BTS uses for
sending Service OAM messages. The parameter is a local
managed object instance identifier (LMOID), i.e. a reference to
an instance of object class ETHLK.
Format: "FTM-1/ETHLK-1-*"
1 This parameter identifies the Maintenance association Endpoint
(MEP).
where
FTM-#: # = a parent instance of object class ETHLK, This is
always 1 (static MO)
ETHLK-#-#.# = an instance of object class ETHLK

Example: FTM-1/ETHLK-1-1

For Flexizone Micro:


In case of FWHC, this parameter shall set values only to FTM-
1/ETHLK-1-1 or FTM-1/ETHLK-1-2
80 This parameter specifies the list of Maintenance Association
Endpoints (MEPs) that are contained in the Maintenance
Association.

1 This parameter specifies the MAC address of the Maintenance


Association End Point (MEP).
Note:The MAC address must be a unicast MAC address.

1 This parameter identifies the Maintenance Association End


Point (MEP).

1 This parameter specifies the PCP bits value to be used for


Service OAM messages for this Maintenance association
Endpoint (MEP).

1 This parameter specifies the Link OAM operational mode at the


local peer. If false, the BTS will only respond to a remotely
initiated discovery process, if active the BTS will itself initiate
the process.
1 This parameter specifies for how long critical event flags must
be cleared before the BTS clears the corresponding Link OAM
Critical Event alarm.

1 This parameter specifies the threshold value for counting the


Errored Frame Event. If the number of errored frames detected
within the measurement window specified by efEventWindow is
exceeded, the BTS transmits an OAM PDU Event Notification
message for that event.
1 This parameter specifies the measurement interval for counting
the Errored Frame Event. If the number of errored frames
The maximum value of efEventThreshold equals "32 bit value".
detected within the measurement interval exceeds the
threshold number specified in parameter efEventThreshold, the
FTM transmits an OAM PDU Event Notification message for
1 This parameter specifies the threshold value for counting the
that event.
Errored Frame Period Event. If the number of received errored
frames within the measurement window specified by
efpEventWindow is exceeded, the BTS transmits an OAM PDU
Event Notification message for that event.
1 This parameter specifies the measurement interval for counting
The maximum value of efpEventThreshold equals "32 bit
the Errored Frames. If the number of received errored frames
value".
within the measurement interval exceeds the threshold number
specified in parameter efpEventThreshold, the BTS transmits
an OAM PDU Event Notification message for that event.
1 This parameter specifies the threshold value for counting the
Errored Frame Seconds Summary Event. If the number of
errored frame seconds that occurred during the specified
measurement interval specified by efssEventWindow is
exceeded, the BTS transmits an OAM PDU Event Notification
1 This parameter specifies the measurement interval for counting
message for that event.
the Errored Frame Seconds Summary Event. If the number of
The maximum value of efssEventThreshold equals "16 bit
errored frame seconds that occurred during the specified
value".
measurement interval exceeds the threshold number specified
in parameter efssEventThreshold, the BTS transmits an OAM
PDU Event Notification message for that event.
1 This parameter specifies how often the BTS repeats the
transmission of OAM Events Notifications to its remote peer to
increase the probability that they are received by the remote
peer. The parameter specifies the total number of repetitive
transmissions of such messages.
1 This parameter specifies if the BTS supports Link OAM events.

1 This parameter describes a unique configurable name for each


link OAM profile.

1 This parameter specifies the duration of a loopback operation


initiated by the BTS or by the remote peer.

1 If set to "true", the FTM enables the discovery process for Link
OAM loopback requests initiated by a remote network element.
If set to "false", loopback initiated from the remote network are
not accepted by the FTM. BTS allows to start only one
loopback.
1 This parameter identifies a Link OAM profile.
NOTE: By default, the parameter is set to 'false'

1 This parameter specifies the number of frames / second to be


sent during loopback operation for Link OAM.
Value 0 switched the test frame generator off.

1 This parameter specifies the ethernet frame size of test


messages sent during loopback operation for Link OAM.

1 Measurement interval for Ethernet interface statistics


measurement in minutes.
Acceptable Range is 0/15/30/60/360/720/1440 minutes, where
'0' means disabled.
1 Measurement interval for Ethernet Link measurement in
minutes.
Acceptable Range is 0/15/30/60/360/720/1440 minutes, where
'0' means disabled.
1 Measurement interval for IPSec measurement in minutes.
Acceptable Range is 0/15/30/60/360/720/1440 minutes, where
'0' means disabled.

1 Measurement interval for IP Filtering measurement in minutes.


Acceptable range is 0/15/30/60/360/720/1440 minutes, where
'0' means disabled.
1 Measurement interval for IP Statistics measurement in minutes.
Acceptable Range is 0/15/30/60/360/720/1440 minutes, where
'0' means disabled.

1 Measurement interval for L2 switch statistics measurement in


minutes.
Acceptable Range is 0/15/30/60/360/720/1440 minutes, where
'0' means disabled.
The default value is 15 minutes.
1 Measurement interval for PHB Statistics measurement in
minutes.
Note: The parameter is supported on FTIB HW unit only.
Acceptable Range is 0/15/30/60/360/720/1440 minutes, where
'0' means disabled.
1 Measurement interval for TAC statistics measurement in
minutes.
Acceptable Range is 0/15/30/60/360/720/1440 minutes, where
'0' means disabled.
1 Measurement interval for TOP FreqSync statistics
measurement in minutes.
Acceptable Range is 0/15/30/60/360/720/1440 minutes, where
'0' means disabled.
1 Measurement interval for TOP PhaseSync statistics
Note:This is valid for FDD only.
measurement in minutes.
Acceptable Range is 0/15/30/60/360/720/1440 minutes, where
'0' means disabled.
1 Measurement interval for TWAMP statistics measurement in
minutes.
Acceptable Range is 0/15/30/60/360/720/1440 minutes, where
'0' means disabled.
1 Measurement interval for VLAN IP Statistics measurement in
minutes.
Acceptable Range is 0/15/30/60/360/720/1440 minutes, where
'0' means disabled.
1 Measurement interval for VLAN PHB Statistics measurement in
minutes.
Acceptable Range is 0/15/30/60/360/720/1440 minutes, where
'0' means disabled.
1 Measurement interval for VLAN interface statistics
measurement in minutes.
Acceptable Range is 0/15/30/60/360/720/1440 minutes, where
'0' means disabled.
1 This parameter will set the interval of PM counter stats for WiFi.
Default value is 15 minutes.

Note: This parameter is valid only in case of Hardware units


with Integrated Wi-Fi
1 This parameter identifies the performance management
measurement configuration within BTS Transport. The value is
always 1.
1 This parameter is used to activate or de-activate power to PoE.

1 This is a reference to the ethernet link interface that the PoE is


connected to.
Format: "FTM-1/ETHLK-1-3"
where
FTM-1: = a parent instance of object class ETHLK, This is
1 This parameter identifies power over Ethernet
always 1 (static MO)
configuration.The value is always 1.
ETHLK-1-3: = an instance of object class ETHLK
For FZM,
FTM-1/ETHLK-1-3: refers to the physical Ethernet interface
1 This parameter
EIF3 (port C) is used to activate or de-activate power to PoE.

1 This is a reference to the ethernet link interface that the PoE is


connected to.
Format: "FTM-1/ETHLK-1-3"
where
FTM-1: = a parent instance of object class ETHLK, This is
1 This parameter identifies power over Ethernet
always 1 (static MO)
configuration.The value is always 1.
ETHLK-1-3: = an instance of object class ETHLK
For FZM,
FTM-1/ETHLK-1-3: refers to the physical Ethernet interface
1 This
EIF3 parameter
(port C) is used to lock and unlock the PDH interface.
Locking the interface deactivates it. All alarms and any user
data transfer on the interface is then suppressed.

1 This parameter specifies the attenuation for the signal from the
transmitter.
All attenuation values are specified in dB at 772 kHz. This
parameter is only supported on T1 interfaces.
1 This parameter specifies the frame format of the PDH signal for
a physical PDH interface of the unit.

For E1 the possible values are:


- DOUBLEFRAME or
1 This parameter identifies the PDH interface.
- MULTIFRAME.
Format: unit#-if#
For T1 the only possible value is:
- EXTENDED_SUPERFRAME.
where
64 This tables maps Diff Servce Code Point (DSCP) values to Per
unit# = slot number of the unit containing the PDH interfaces,
Hop Behaviours
For JT1 the only (PHB) and
possible VLAN
value is: priority bit (PCP) values.
and
- EXTENDED_MULTIFRAME.
if# = the interface number of the physical interface on the
The table has as most 64 entries, one for each possible DSCP
unit
value. For non-configured DSCP values, the following defaults
1 This parameter specifies a Diff Servce Code Point value.
are used:
and
dscp: not configured
for FTIB/FTLB,
pHB: Best Effort
unit#: 1 : This is always 1, since there is only 1 slot.
vlanPrio: 0.
if#: 1..4

for FTIF (optional outdoor external Transport module) and FIIF


(optional indoor external Transport module),
unit#: 1 : The slot number is '1', since this is an additional
unit
if#: 1..8 : Value range is 1..8 for IF1..IF8 on this unit
Note:This is not applicable for FlexiZone Micro hardware.
1 This parameter designates a per hop behaviour wird drop
precedence within the PHB class group for Assured Forwarding
(AF) or the PHB classes Best Effort (BE) or Expedited
Forwarding (EF).
4 PHB classes are defined within the Assured Forwarding
1 This parameter specifies the value of the VLAN priority bits for
group (AF1 to AF4) and three drop precedences within each
a given DSCP value.
class. Within each class the drop precedence is as follows: 1
(e.g. AF41) = low drop precedence, 2 (e.g. AF42) = medium
drop precedence and 3 ( e.g. AF43) = high drop precedence.
1 PHB class counters shall only be available when this parameter
is enabled.

1 This is a set of 5 weight values for the traffic queues associated


to the Per Hop Behaviours:
- Assured Forwarding 4 (AF4)
- Assured Forwarding 3 (AF3)
- Assured Forwarding 2 (AF2)
1 This is the weight value of the traffic queue associated to the
- Assured Forwarding 1 (AF1)
Per Hop Behaviour Assured Forwarding Class 1 (AF1).
- Best Effort (BE.
Weight value range is between 1 and 10.000.

1 This is the weight value of the traffic queue associated to the


Per Hop Behaviour Assured Forwarding Class 2 (AF2).

1 This is the weight value of the traffic queue associated to the


Per Hop Behaviour Assured Forwarding Class 3 (AF3).

1 This is the weight value of the traffic queue associated to the


Per Hop Behaviour Assured Forwarding Class 4 (AF4).

1 This is the weight value of the traffic queue associated to the


Per Hop Behaviour Best Effort (BE).

1 This parameter identifies BTS transport Quality of Service


(QOS) configuration. The value is always 1.

1 This parameter specifies if the DSCP value is overwritten in


outgoing Site Support Equipment (SSE) messages. The new
DSCP value itself is specified in parameter trafficTypesMap.
The default value is false, meaning the original DSCP value is
kept.
23 This tables maps traffic types to DSCP values.
In this release the table contains entries for
Note: This parameter is not supported on FlexiZone Micro
- Control plane traffic
product.
- ICMP traffic
- IPSec IKE traffic
- Management plane traffic
- Synchronization plane traffic
- BFD1 to BFD16
- Site support equipment (SSE).(This is not supported for
FlexiZone Micro)
- ICMP Neighbour Solicitation/Advertisement and MLD
messages(HighPrioICMPv6). (This is supported only in FSMR3
and FlexiZone Micro HW)

The default mapping is as follows:


1 This is the Diff Service Code Point (DSCP) codes that the eNB
should use for a specific traffic type.
NOTE:On FSMr2 HW for traffic type C-Plane, the modification
of dscp requires manual BTS reset to take new dscp value into
use.
1 This parameter specifies a traffic type.
Allowed values are:
CPLANE: Signalling transport (C-plane) between eNB and
MME (S1AP protocol) and signalling transport between eNB
nodes (X2AP protocol).
2 This is the list of synchronization sources of the BTS. Up to 2
ICMP: ICMP traffic with high and low priority.
clock sources can be configured.
IKE: IPSec IKE traffic.
MPLANE: Transport of O&M data between eNB and the OPS
System with high and low priority.
1 This parameter
SPLANE: specifies the
Synchronization protocol
plane trafficof(Timing
this clock source:
over PDH,
Packet)
synchronuous Ethernet,Bidirectional
BFD(BFD1 to BFD16): or Time overForwarding
Packet. Detection
Note: PDHSupport
SSE: Site is not supported
Equipmentin FlexiZone Micro hardware.
HighPrioICMPv6: ICMPv6 traffic with high and low priority.
1 This parameter specifies either
- the physical location of the PDH interface location on the unit
for a PDH synchronization source, or
- the physical location of the ethernet interface of the unit for
the synchronous Ethernet synchronization source.
1 This parameter determines the priority in which the Transport
clock sources are to be taken into use. Value 1 ist highest
In case of FWHC, this parameter shall set values only 1,2.
priority: this clock source will be taken first.
In case of Timing over Packet the BTS automatically selects
1 This parameter
the Ethernet link.enables SSM support
This parameter (Synchronization Status
is ignored.
Message) for Synchronuous Ethernet.
Examples:
interfaceNumber=1, unitNumber=1, clockProtocol=clkPDH:
1 This
This means PDH interface
is the maximum number
duration 1 on unit
in seconds for 1.
which the actual
interfaceNumber=1, unitNumber=1, clockProtocol=clkSyncE:
SSM value may be less than ssmPRC or SSU_A or SSU_B
This
clockmeans
quality.Ethernet interface
If the duration number 1 on
is surpassed, anunit 1. will be
alarm
raised.
1 This parameter specifies the location of the unit providing the
synchronisation source interface.
NOTE: unitNumber parameter is ignored when clockProtocol
parameter has value clkTop. In case of clkTop, unitNumber
parameter is optional. For syncE sources FTIF & FIIF units will
1 This parameter identifies the synchronisation protection group.
support both values 0 and 1, for FSM and FSI unitNumber can
The value is always 1.
be 0 and for all other units types, unit number is 1. The unit
number of PDH synchronization source must be 1. This
validation rule is valid for all unit types which support PDH
1 This parameter
interfaces identifies
and when the clock synchronization
clockProtocol parameter has value
configuration. The value is always
clkPDH. PDH synchronization 1. is not supported in FTOA,
source
FSM, and FSI.

1 This parameter identifies the MO instance for transport


admission control for LTE.
1 This parameter identifies the Time Over Packet common
configuration. The value is always 1.

4 This parameter represents the accepted clock quality levels.

1 This parameter activates/deactivates the feature "ToP with


frequency synchronization".
ToP frequency synchronization (TOPF) is not supported for
TDD release and therefore it cannot be activated.
1 This parameter indicates if announced messages are
requested from all configured ToP masters, or only from active
and higher priority masters.

1 This parameter is used to decide if the selection of the active


master shall be done according the IEEE1588-2008 or
according to the ITU-T telecom profile (G.8265.1 (10/2010)).
Furthermore with this parameter the clock quality level is
distinguished.
1 This indicates how often a ToP sync message shall be send by
the ToP master within the transmission duration request period.
(The transmission duration request period is currently fixed to
300 seconds.)
The following values are defined:
1 This parameter selects the PTP domain number, that is
-3: 8 per second
inserted in the header of the PTP message.
-4: 16 per second
-5: 32 per second
TOPIK-telecomProfile The range and the default value shall
depend on the selected profile (WBTS_SYNC_70214)
1 This parameter identifies the Time Over Packet frequency sync
configuration of the FTM. The value is always 1.

Note:ToP frequency synch is not supported in TD-LTE.


4 This parameter specifies a table that holds all properties of the
configured Timing over Packet masters of the BTS.

1 This parameter specifies the IP address of the ToP master. To


be entered in dotted format.

1 This parameter specifies the configured priority 1 for this Timing


over Packet master. Lower values mean higher preference for
selecting the ToP master as provider of the Timing over Packet
clock signal.
range is 0..255 if Announce messages are requested from all
1 This parameter specifies the configured priority 2 for this Timing
masters
over Packet master. Lower values mean higher preference for
range is 1..255 if Announce messages are requested only from
selecting the ToP master as provider of the Timing over Packet
highest priority master
clock signal.
range is 0..255 if Announce messages are requested from all
masters
value is fixed at 128 if Announce messages are requested only
from highest priority master
5 This parameter represents the accepted clock quality class.

1 This parameter activates/deactivates the feature "ToP with


phase synchronization".

1 This indicates how often a ToP sync message shall be send by


the ToP master within the transmission duration request period
(of 300 seconds).

1 The phase of the output phase of ToP phase synchronization


will be adjusted by the value in terms of nanonseconds of this
parameter.

1 This parameter configures the communication mode for Timing


over Packet to be either IP Unicast or Ethernet Multicast.

1 This parameter selects the ToP domain number the BTS


integrated slave clock belongs to.

1 This parameter configures the Ethernet MAC address to be


used as destination address in Timing over Packet Ethernet
frames sent by the BTS.

1 This parameter specifies a table that holds all properties of the


configured Timing over Packet masters of the BTS.

1 This parameter specifies the IP address of the ToP master. To


be entered in dotted format.

1 This parameter identifies the Time Over Packet phase sync


configuration. The value is always 1.

1 This parameter locks or unlocks the TWAMP session. Locking


a session stops it. Unlocking a session starts or re-starts it.
Starting or re-starting a session clears all statistics and alarms
for the session. Stopping a session clears TWAMP alarms but
not TWAMP statistics.
1 This parameter specifies the destination IP address of the
TWAMP session. The TWAMP session must be locked, before
its destination IP address can be changed.
Both IP address formats can be used.
Format: IPv4 address parameter in dotted decimals or IPv6
address parameter acc. to RFC 4291.
1 This parameter specifies the destination port for TWAMP
initiator messages. Changeing the destination port of the
TWAMP session requires locking the session.

1 This parameter specifies the DSCP value to be used for


transmission of TWAMP messages over the session. The
corresponding mapping to a Per Hop Behavior priority queue is
contained in table trafficTypesMap of the QOS managed object
class.
1 This parameter specifies the size of the TWAMP messages
sent by the TWAMP initiator on this session.
The value of the parameter shall not exceed the Maximum
Transfer Unit value of the BTS and the configured TWAMP
message source address must be identical with one of the
1 This parameter specifies the threshold for raising the TWAMP
configured eNB application or interface IP addresses (if
session alarm for reasons of excessive packet loss ratio (PRL).
different addresses are used, one might need additional routing
The alarm is raised, if the packet loss ratio observed over a 15
entries).
minute evalutation period exceeds the threshold value. The
alarm will be cleared if the packet loss ratio drops below the
1 This parameter specifies the threshold for raising the TWAMP
threshold value for 2 consecutive 15-minute observation
session alarm for reasons of excessive round-trip-time (RTT).
periods.
The alarm is raised if the average round-trip-time of the
TWAMP messages, calculated during a 1-minute evaluation
period, exceeds the configured threshold. The alarm will be
1 This parameter specifies the source IP address of TWAMP
cleared, if during 5 consecutive 1-minute periods the average
initiator messages. The TWAMP session must be locked,
value of the RTT remains below the threshold.
before its source IP address can be changed.

Both IP address formats can be used.


1 This parameter identifies a TWAMP session.
Format: IPv4 address parameter in dotted decimals or IPv6
address parameter acc. to RFC 4291.

1 Configure and designate EIF2(Outdoor)/EIF5(Indoor) in the


BTS as an RP3-01 interface.
NOTE: This parameter should be "false" by default for FSM and
FSI. This parameter should be "true" by default for FSIH.
By default the shared RP3-01/EIF port shall be used as
1 This parameter holds the slot number of the hardware unit of
Transport interface for FSM and FSI.The default is RF for FSIH.
BTS transport. The value is always 1 (only 1 slot is available).
Note: This is not relevant for FlexiZone Micro product.

1 This parameter shows the hardware type of the installed


Transport unit.

Values are:
1 This parameter shows the hardware type of the installed
System Module Release 2:
Transport unit.
FTIB: 471720A
FTLB: 471984A
Values are:
1 Enable
System or disable
Module WiFi. Only
Release 3: applicable to hardware variants
System Module Release 2:
with integratedFSM
FSMF/FSMG: WiFi.
FTIB: 471720A
FSIF/FSIG: FSI
FTLB: 471984A
FTIF: 472311A
FIIF: 472355A
System Module Release 3:
FSIH: 472567A
FSMF/FSMG: FSM
FSIF/FSIG: FSI
FlexiZone Micro Values for TDD are:
FTIF: 472311A
FIIF: 472355A
FWHE: 472939A
FSIH: 472567A
FWHD: 472852A
FWHF: 472940A
FlexiZone Micro Values for TDD are:
FWHJ 473144A
FWHK 473145A
FWHE: 472939A
FWHL 473146A
1 This is an action parameter to trigger WiFi Access Point to
reboot and come up with factory setting.

1 This is an action parameter to trigger reboot of WiFi.

1 This parameter limits the amount of uplink traffic in Mbps


originated from WiFi Access Point, in order to prevent
starvation of the shared backhaul due to large amount of WiFi
traffic.
1 This parameter identifies WiFi configuration object.
The default value is 300 Mbps.
Note: This parameter is not applicable for indoor HW variants
with integrated WiFi.
Range and step Formula for Getting Internal Value Default Value

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

TLS (0), gui ==> internal TLS (0)


TLS_OR_PLAIN_TEXT (1) TLS ==> 0
TLS_OR_PLAIN_TEXT ==> 1

1...65535, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 389

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal true


false => 0
true => 1

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

2...10, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 3

0...40 characters internal_value = gui_value

1...16, step 1 internal_value = gui_value


2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

3784...65535, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 3784

singleHopBFD (0), gui ==> internal singleHopBFD (0)


multiHopBFD (1) singleHopBFD ==> 0
multiHopBFD ==> 1

100...5000, step 100 internal_value = gui_value 500

100...5000, step 100 internal_value = gui_value 500

1...8, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

enabled (0), disabled (1), gui ==> internal enabled (0)


autoFallback (2) enabled ==> 0
disabled ==> 1
autoFallback ==> 2
0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal true
false => 0
true => 1

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal true


false => 0
true => 1

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value


0...248 characters internal_value = gui_value

-2...214748264, step 1 internal_value = gui_value -1

0...256 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...169 h, step 1 h internal_value = gui_value 3h

Not defined Not defined

17...17 characters internal_value = gui_value 00:00:00:00:00:00

whitelisted (1), blacklisted gui ==> internal


(2), neutralEntry (3) whitelisted ==> 1
blacklisted ==> 2
neutralEntry ==> 3
0...256 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...65535, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

0...256 characters internal_value = gui_value

Not defined Not defined

0...128 characters internal_value = gui_value


0...1000 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...1000 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...40 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...32 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...32 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...32 characters internal_value = gui_value

Certificate_extension (0), gui ==> internal Certificate_extension (0)


Configuration_parameter Certificate_extension ==> 0
(1), Configuration_parameter ==> 1
Extension_and_parameter Extension_and_parameter ==> 2
(2)
Not defined Not defined

1...256 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...256 characters internal_value = gui_value

Not defined Not defined

Primary_Manual (0), gui ==> internal


Secondary_Manual (1), Primary_Manual ==> 0
Certificate_Extension (2) Secondary_Manual ==> 1
Certificate_Extension ==> 2
1...256 characters internal_value = gui_value

Failed (0), OK (1) gui ==> internal


Failed ==> 0
OK ==> 1

0...1000 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...32 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...65535, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

0...32 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...256 characters internal_value = gui_value

Disabled (0), Enabled (1) gui ==> internal Enabled (1)


Disabled ==> 0
Enabled ==> 1

1...4999 days, step 1 days internal_value = gui_value 30 days

1...4999 days, step 1 days internal_value = gui_value 90 days

0...128 characters internal_value = gui_value

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value


1...32 characters internal_value = gui_value pkix

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

1...65535, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1024

0...8760 h, step 1 h internal_value = gui_value 24 h

ADMIT_ALL (0), gui ==> internal ADMIT_ALL (0)


ADMIT_TAGGED (1) ADMIT_ALL ==> 0
ADMIT_TAGGED ==> 1

locked (0), unlocked (1) gui ==> internal


locked ==> 0
unlocked ==> 1

Unsupported (0), Copper gui ==> internal Unsupported (0)


(1), 1000BaseSX (2), Unsupported ==> 0
1000BaseLX (3), Copper ==> 1
1000BasePX (4), G984 (5), 1000BaseSX ==> 2
1000BaseBx (6) 1000BaseLX ==> 3
3...3 characters internal_value = gui_value
1000BasePX ==> 4
G984 ==> 5
1000BaseBx ==> 6

0...60 0.1%, step 1 0.1% internal_value = gui_value 0 0.1%

RT_LINE_RATE (0), RT_1 gui ==> internal RT_LINE_RATE (0)


(1), RT_2 (2), RT_3 (3), RT_LINE_RATE ==> 0
RT_4 (4), RT_5 (5), RT_6 RT_1 ==> 1
(6), RT_7 (7), RT_8 (8), RT_2 ==> 2
RT_9 (9), RT_10 (10), RT_3 ==> 3
RT_LINE_RATE (0), RT_1 gui ==> internal RT_LINE_RATE (0)
RT_15 (15), RT_20 (20), RT_4 ==> 4
(1), RT_2 (2), RT_3 (3), RT_LINE_RATE ==> 0
RT_25 (25), RT_30 (30), RT_5 ==> 5
RT_4 (4), RT_5 (5), RT_6 RT_1 ==> 1
RT_35 (35), RT_40 (40), RT_6 ==> 6
(6), RT_7 (7), RT_8 (8), RT_2 ==> 2
RT_45 (45), RT_50 (50), RT_7 ==> 7
RT_9 (9), RT_10 (10), RT_3 ==> 3
Not defined
RT_55 (55), RT_60 (60), Not defined
RT_8 ==> 8
RT_15 (15), RT_20 (20), RT_4 ==> 4
RT_65 (65), RT_70 (70), RT_9 ==> 9
RT_25 (25), RT_30 (30), RT_5 ==> 5
RT_75 (75), RT_80 (80), RT_10 ==> 10
RT_35 (35), RT_40 (40), RT_6 ==> 6
RT_85 (85), RT_90 (90), RT_15 ==> 15
RT_45 (45), RT_50 (50), RT_7 ==> 7
RT_95 (95), RT_100 (100), RT_20 ==> 20
RT_55 (55), RT_60 (60), RT_8 ==> 8
RT_150 (150), RT_200 RT_25 ==> 25
RT_65 (65), RT_70 (70), RT_9 ==> 9
(200), RT_250 (250), RT_30 ==> 30
RT_75 (75), RT_80 (80), RT_10 ==> 10
RT_300 (300), RT_350 RT_35 ==> 35
RT_85 (85), RT_90 (90), RT_15 ==> 15
(350), RT_400 (400), RT_40 ==> 40
RT_95 (95), RT_100 (100), RT_20 ==> 20
RT_450 (450), RT_500 RT_45 ==> 45
RT_150 (150), RT_200 RT_25 ==> 25
(500), RT_550 (550), RT_50 ==> 50
(200), RT_250 (250), RT_30 ==> 30
RT_600 (600), RT_650 RT_55 ==> 55
RT_300 (300), RT_350 RT_35 ==> 35
(650), RT_700 (700), RT_60 ==> 60
(350), RT_400 (400), RT_40 ==> 40
RT_750 (750), RT_800 RT_65 ==> 65
RT_450 (450), RT_500 RT_45 ==> 45
(800), RT_850 (850), RT_70 ==> 70
-1...4094, step 1 internal_value = gui_value -1

1...4094, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

0...40 characters internal_value = gui_value

17...17 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...7, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 0

1...4094, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

AUTODETECT (0), gui ==> internal AUTODETECT (0)


1000MBIT_FULL (1), AUTODETECT ==> 0
100MBIT_FULL (2), 1000MBIT_FULL ==> 1
10MBIT_FULL (3) 100MBIT_FULL ==> 2
10MBIT_FULL ==> 3
1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

none (0), EIF1 (port A) (1), gui ==> internal


EIF2 (port B) (2), EIF3 (port none ==> 0
C) (3) EIF1 (port A) ==> 1
EIF2 (port B) ==> 2
EIF3 (port C) ==> 3
0...50 characters internal_value = gui_value

EIF1 (port A) (1), EIF2 (port gui ==> internal


B) (2), EIF3 (port C) (3) EIF1 (port A) ==> 1
EIF2 (port B) ==> 2
EIF3 (port C) ==> 3
0...70 characters internal_value = gui_value

1...80 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...128 characters internal_value = gui_value

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...126, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 0

576...1644 octets, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1500 octets


octets

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value


0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal true
false => 0
true => 1

4000...2000000 octets, step internal_value = gui_value 4000 octets


1 octets

4000...2000000 octets, step internal_value = gui_value 4000 octets


1 octets

100...1000000 kbps, step internal_value = gui_value 1000000 kbps


100 kbps

500...1000000 kbps, step internal_value = gui_value 1000000 kbps


100 kbps

TPS_OFF (0), TPS_WFQ gui ==> internal TPS_OFF (0)


(1), TPS_PATH (2) TPS_OFF ==> 0
TPS_WFQ ==> 1
TPS_PATH ==> 2
0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal true
false => 0
true => 1

1...10000, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1000

Not defined Not defined

1...20 characters internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value


Not defined Not defined

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

17...17 characters internal_value = gui_value

Not defined Not defined

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal


false => 0
true => 1

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal


false => 0
true => 1
Not defined Not defined

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

0...900, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 0

0...1048575, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

17...17 characters internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value


7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

FTP_SERVER_ENABLED gui ==> internal


(0), FTP_SERVER_ENABLED ==> 0
FTP_SERVER_DISABLED FTP_SERVER_DISABLED ==> 1
(1)
0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false
false => 0
true => 1

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal true


false => 0
true => 1

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 0

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value


0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false
false => 0
true => 1

off (0), forced (1), probing gui ==> internal off (0)
(2) off ==> 0
forced ==> 1
probing ==> 2
17...17 characters internal_value = gui_value

500...10000 ms, step 100 internal_value = gui_value


ms

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value 0.0.0.0

none (0), primary (1), gui ==> internal


secondary (2) none ==> 0
primary ==> 1
secondary ==> 2
automatic (0), gui ==> internal automatic (0)
primaryForced (1), automatic ==> 0
secondaryForced (2) primaryForced ==> 1
secondaryForced ==> 2
noSwitchover (0), gui ==> internal noSwitchover (0)
primaryRequested (1), noSwitchover ==> 0
secondaryRequested (2) primaryRequested ==> 1
secondaryRequested ==> 2
Not defined Not defined

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1
0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false
false => 0
true => 1

RATE_1 (0), RATE_10 (1) gui ==> internal RATE_10 (1)


RATE_1 ==> 0
RATE_10 ==> 1

1...65535, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 5000

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

1...10000, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 10

Not defined Not defined

SINGLE (1), RANGE (2), gui ==> internal SINGLE (1)


WILDCARD (3) SINGLE ==> 1
RANGE ==> 2
WILDCARD ==> 3
7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value 0.0.0.0

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value 0.0.0.0

1...40 characters internal_value = gui_value

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value


1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

Not defined Not defined

0...16, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 0

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value 0.0.0.0

1...254, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

Not defined Not defined

0...16, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 0

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value


0...128, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

1...254, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

Not defined Not defined

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value 0.0.0.0

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

exit (0) gui ==> internal exit (0)


exit ==> 0

5...300 seconds, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 30 seconds


seconds
Off (0), Standby (1), Probing gui ==> internal Off (0)
(2), Active (3) Off ==> 0
Standby ==> 1
Probing ==> 2
Active ==> 3
0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false
false => 0
true => 1

Not defined Not defined

AUTO (0), MANUAL (1) gui ==> internal AUTO (0)


AUTO ==> 0
MANUAL ==> 1

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

Not defined Not defined

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal true


false => 0
true => 1

SIZE_64 (0), SIZE_128 (1), gui ==> internal SIZE_256 (2)


SIZE_256 (2) SIZE_64 ==> 0
SIZE_128 ==> 1
SIZE_256 ==> 2
10...360 seconds, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 10 seconds
seconds

60...3600 seconds, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 120 seconds


seconds
ENC_NULL (0), gui ==> internal ENC_AES_128_CBC_O
ENC_AES_128_CBC (1), ENC_NULL ==> 0 R_3DES_192_CBC (3)
ENC_3DES_192_CBC (2), ENC_AES_128_CBC ==> 1
ENC_AES_128_CBC_OR_ ENC_3DES_192_CBC ==> 2
3DES_192_CBC (3) ENC_AES_128_CBC_OR_3DES_192_CBC
DH2 (0), DH14 (1) gui ==> internal DH2 (0)
==> 3
DH2 ==> 0
DH14 ==> 1

ENC_AES_128_CBC (1), gui ==> internal ENC_AES_128_CBC_O


ENC_3DES_192_CBC (2), ENC_AES_128_CBC ==> 1 R_3DES_192_CBC (3)
ENC_AES_128_CBC_OR_ ENC_3DES_192_CBC ==> 2
3DES_192_CBC (3) ENC_AES_128_CBC_OR_3DES_192_CBC
==> 3
IKE_V1 (0), IKE_V2 (1) gui ==> internal IKE_V2 (1)
IKE_V1 ==> 0
IKE_V2 ==> 1

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value 0.0.0.0

0...300 seconds, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 300 seconds


seconds

0...300 seconds, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 30 seconds


seconds

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value 0.0.0.0

PRIMARY_ACTIVE (0), gui ==> internal PRIMARY_ACTIVE (0)


SECONDARY_ACTIVE_NO PRIMARY_ACTIVE ==> 0
_PROBING_PRIMARY (1), SECONDARY_ACTIVE_NO_PROBING_PRI
SECONDARY_ACTIVE_PR MARY ==> 1
OBING_PRIMARY (2) SECONDARY_ACTIVE_PROBING_PRIMAR
PROTECT (0), DISCARD gui ==> internal BYPASS (2)
Y ==> 2
(1), BYPASS (2) PROTECT ==> 0
DISCARD ==> 1
BYPASS ==> 2
2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

-1...65535, step 1 internal_value = gui_value -1


0...128, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value 0.0.0.0

0...65535, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

-1...254, step 1 internal_value = gui_value -1

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

-1...65535, step 1 internal_value = gui_value -1

0...128, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value 0.0.0.0

300...86400 seconds, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 86400 seconds


seconds

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...126, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 0


7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

4000...2000000 octets, step internal_value = gui_value 4000 octets


1 octets

100...1000000 kbps, step internal_value = gui_value 1000000 kbps


100 kbps

0...4094, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

1...9, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

1...10000, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1000

Not defined Not defined

0...63, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

1...6, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 4

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

1...8, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 8


1...8, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

1...8, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

1...8, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

1...8, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

0...7, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 0

1...4094, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

1...6, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

1...6, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

1...6, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 4

1...6, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

1...6, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

1...6, step 1 internal_value = gui_value


1...6, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

1...6, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

1...6, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

1...6, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

DSCP (0), PCP (1) gui ==> internal DSCP (0)


DSCP ==> 0
PCP ==> 1

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

1...2, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

0...1000000 kbit/s, step 100 internal_value = gui_value 1000000 kbit/s


kbit/s

0...1000000 kbit/s, step 100 internal_value = gui_value 1000000 kbit/s


kbit/s

0...1000000 kbit/s, step 100 internal_value = gui_value 1000000 kbit/s


kbit/s

0...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 0


1...15, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

CCM_3_33MS (0), gui ==> internal CCM_1SEC (3)


CCM_10MS (1), CCM_3_33MS ==> 0
CCM_100MS (2), CCM_10MS ==> 1
CCM_1SEC (3), CCM_100MS ==> 2
CCM_10SEC (4), CCM_1SEC ==> 3
1...42 characters internal_value = gui_value
CCM_1MIN (5), CCM_10SEC ==> 4
CCM_10MIN (6) CCM_1MIN ==> 5
CCM_10MIN ==> 6

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

1...4094, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

1...10, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

0...7, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

1...43 characters internal_value = gui_value

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

1...40 characters internal_value = gui_value

1...8191, step 1 internal_value = gui_value


Not defined Not defined

17...17 characters internal_value = gui_value 00:00:00:00:00:00

1...8191, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

0...7, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 7

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

1...10 seconds, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1 seconds


seconds

0...4294967295, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

1...60 seconds, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1 seconds


seconds

0...4294967295, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

1...4294967295, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

0...65535, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

10...900 s, step 1 s internal_value = gui_value 60 s


1...4, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 2

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

1...40 characters internal_value = gui_value

10...600 s, step 1 s internal_value = gui_value 10 s

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

1...5, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

0...25000, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

64...1518, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 64

disabled (0), 15min (15), gui ==> internal 15min (15)


30min (30), 60min (60), disabled ==> 0
360min (360), 720min (720), 15min ==> 15
1440min (1440) 30min ==> 30
60min ==> 60
disabled (0), 15min (15), gui ==> internal 15min (15)
360min ==> 360
30min (30), 60min (60), disabled ==> 0
720min ==> 720
360min (360), 720min (720), 15min ==> 15
1440min ==> 1440
1440min (1440) 30min ==> 30
60min ==> 60
disabled (0), 15min (15), gui ==> internal 15min (15)
360min ==> 360
30min (30), 60min (60), disabled ==> 0
720min ==> 720
360min (360), 720min (720), 15min ==> 15
1440min ==> 1440
1440min (1440) 30min ==> 30
60min ==> 60
disabled (0), 15min (15), gui ==> internal 15min (15)
360min ==> 360
30min (30), 60min (60), disabled ==> 0
720min ==> 720
360min (360), 720min (720), 15min ==> 15
1440min ==> 1440
1440min (1440) 30min ==> 30
60min ==> 60
360min ==> 360
720min ==> 720
1440min ==> 1440
disabled (0), 15min (15), gui ==> internal 15min (15)
30min (30), 60min (60), disabled ==> 0
360min (360), 720min (720), 15min ==> 15
1440min (1440) 30min ==> 30
60min ==> 60
disabled (0), 15min (15), gui ==> internal
360min ==> 360
30min (30), 60min (60), disabled ==> 0
720min ==> 720
360min (360), 720min (720), 15min ==> 15
1440min ==> 1440
1440min (1440) 30min ==> 30
60min ==> 60
disabled (0), 15min (15), gui ==> internal 15min (15)
360min ==> 360
30min (30), 60min (60), disabled ==> 0
720min ==> 720
360min (360), 720min (720), 15min ==> 15
1440min ==> 1440
1440min (1440) 30min ==> 30
60min ==> 60
disabled (0), 15min (15), gui ==> internal 15min (15)
360min ==> 360
30min (30), 60min (60), disabled ==> 0
720min ==> 720
360min (360), 720min (720), 15min ==> 15
1440min ==> 1440
1440min (1440) 30min ==> 30
60min ==> 60
disabled (0), 15min (15), gui ==> internal 15min (15)
360min ==> 360
30min (30), 60min (60), disabled ==> 0
720min ==> 720
360min (360), 720min (720), 15min ==> 15
1440min ==> 1440
1440min (1440) 30min ==> 30
60min ==> 60
disabled (0), 15min (15), gui ==> internal 15min (15)
360min ==> 360
30min (30), 60min (60), disabled ==> 0
720min ==> 720
360min (360), 720min (720), 15min ==> 15
1440min ==> 1440
1440min (1440) 30min ==> 30
60min ==> 60
disabled (0), 15min (15), gui ==> internal 15min (15)
360min ==> 360
30min (30), 60min (60), disabled ==> 0
720min ==> 720
360min (360), 720min (720), 15min ==> 15
1440min ==> 1440
1440min (1440) 30min ==> 30
60min ==> 60
disabled (0), 15min (15), gui ==> internal 15min (15)
360min ==> 360
30min (30), 60min (60), disabled ==> 0
720min ==> 720
360min (360), 720min (720), 15min ==> 15
1440min ==> 1440
1440min (1440) 30min ==> 30
60min ==> 60
disabled (0), 15min (15), gui ==> internal 15min (15)
360min ==> 360
30min (30), 60min (60), disabled ==> 0
720min ==> 720
360min (360), 720min (720), 15min ==> 15
1440min ==> 1440
1440min (1440) 30min ==> 30
60min ==> 60
disabled (0), 15min (15), gui ==> internal 15min (15)
360min ==> 360
30min (30), 60min (60), disabled ==> 0
720min ==> 720
360min (360), 720min (720), 15min ==> 15
1440min ==> 1440
1440min (1440) 30min ==> 30
60min ==> 60
disabled (0), 15min (15), gui ==> internal
360min ==> 360
30min (30), 60min (60), disabled ==> 0
720min ==> 720
360min (360), 720min (720), 15min ==> 15
1440min ==> 1440
1440min (1440) 30min ==> 30
60min ==> 60
1...1 number, step 1 number internal_value = gui_value 1 number
360min ==> 360
720min ==> 720
1440min ==> 1440
0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false
false => 0
true => 1

0...40 characters internal_value = gui_value FTM-1/ETHLK-1-3

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false


false => 0
true => 1

0...40 characters internal_value = gui_value FTM-1/ETHLK-1-3

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

locked (0), unlocked (1) gui ==> internal locked (0)


locked ==> 0
unlocked ==> 1

PDH_LBO_0 (1), gui ==> internal PDH_LBO_0 (1)


PDH_LBO_7_5 (2), PDH_LBO_0 ==> 1
PDH_LBO_15 (3) PDH_LBO_7_5 ==> 2
PDH_LBO_15 ==> 3
PDH_LINE_TYPE_DOUBL gui ==> internal
E_FRAME_G704 (1), PDH_LINE_TYPE_DOUBLE_FRAME_G704
PDH_LINE_TYPE_MULTI_ ==> 1
FRAME_G704 (2), PDH_LINE_TYPE_MULTI_FRAME_G704
PDH_LINE_TYPE_EXTEN ==> 2
3...4 characters internal_value = gui_value
DED_MULTIFRAME (8), PDH_LINE_TYPE_EXTENDED_MULTIFRAM
PDH_LINE_TYPE_EXTEN E ==> 8
DED_SUPERFRAME (11) PDH_LINE_TYPE_EXTENDED_SUPERFRA
ME ==> 11
Not defined Not defined

0...63, step 1 internal_value = gui_value


expeditedForwarding (0), gui ==> internal
assuredForwardingClass43 expeditedForwarding ==> 0
(1), assuredForwardingClass43 ==> 1
assuredForwardingClass42 assuredForwardingClass42 ==> 2
(2), assuredForwardingClass41 ==> 3
0...7, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 0
assuredForwardingClass41 assuredForwardingClass33 ==> 4
(3), assuredForwardingClass32 ==> 5
assuredForwardingClass33 assuredForwardingClass31 ==> 6
(4), assuredForwardingClass23 ==> 7
0 (false), 1 (true)
assuredForwardingClass32 gui => internal
assuredForwardingClass22 ==> 8 false
(5), false => 0
assuredForwardingClass21 ==> 9
assuredForwardingClass31 true => 1
assuredForwardingClass13 ==> 10
(6), assuredForwardingClass12 ==> 11
assuredForwardingClass23
Not defined assuredForwardingClass11
Not defined ==> 12
(7), bestEffort ==> 13
assuredForwardingClass22
(8),
assuredForwardingClass21
1...10000,
(9), step 1 internal_value = gui_value 10
assuredForwardingClass13
(10),
assuredForwardingClass12
(11),
1...10000, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 100
assuredForwardingClass11
(12), bestEffort (13)

1...10000, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1000

1...10000, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 10000

1...10000, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal


false => 0
true => 1

Not defined Not defined


0...63, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

1...14 characters internal_value = gui_value

Not defined Not defined

clkPDH (1), clkSyncE (3), gui ==> internal


clkToP (4) clkPDH ==> 1
clkSyncE ==> 3
clkToP ==> 4
0...8, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

1...2, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal true


false => 0
true => 1

2...10 seconds, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 5 seconds


seconds

0...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 1

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value


1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

6 (0), 7 (1), 13 (2), 14 (3), gui ==> internal


84 (4), 90 (5), 96 (6), 80 (7), 6 ==> 0
86 (8) 7 ==> 1
13 ==> 2
14 ==> 3
0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false
84 ==> 4
false => 0
90 ==> 5
true => 1
96 ==> 6
80 ==> 7
ANNOUNCE_ALL (0), gui ==> 8internal
86 ==> ANNOUNCE_ALL (0)
ANNOUNCE_ACTIVE_AND ANNOUNCE_ALL ==> 0
_HIGHER_PRIORITY (1) ANNOUNCE_ACTIVE_AND_HIGHER_PRIO
RITY ==> 1
IEEE1588 (0), gui ==> internal IEEE1588 (0)
ITU_TELECOM_OPT1 (1), IEEE1588 ==> 0
ITU_TELECOM_OPT2 (2) ITU_TELECOM_OPT1 ==> 1
ITU_TELECOM_OPT2 ==> 2
-5...-3, step 1 internal_value = gui_value -4

0...255, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 0

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

Not defined Not defined

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

0...255, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 0

0...255, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 0


6 (0), 7 (1), 52 (3), 187 (4), gui ==> internal
248 (5), 13 (6), 14 (7), 58 6 ==> 0
(8), 193 (9), 135 (10), 140 7 ==> 1
(11), 145 (12) 52 ==> 3
187 ==> 4
0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal false
248 ==> 5
false => 0
13 ==> 6
true => 1
14 ==> 7
58 ==> 8
-7...-6, step 1 internal_value
193 ==> 9 = gui_value -7
135 ==> 10
140 ==> 11
145 ==> 12
-10000...10000 ns, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 0 ns
ns

IP Unicast (0), Ethernet gui ==> internal IP Unicast (0)


Multicast (1) IP Unicast ==> 0
Ethernet Multicast ==> 1

0...255, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

01-80-C2-00-00-0E (0), 01- gui ==> internal 01-80-C2-00-00-0E (0)


1B-19-00-00-00 (1) 01-80-C2-00-00-0E ==> 0
01-1B-19-00-00-00 ==> 1

Not defined Not defined

7...15 characters internal_value = gui_value

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

locked (0), unlocked (1) gui ==> internal locked (0)


locked ==> 0
unlocked ==> 1

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value


1...65535, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 5000

0...63, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 34

69...1400, step 1 internal_value = gui_value 100

0...100 %, step 0.01 % internal_value = gui_value * 100 100 %

0...1000000 us, step 100 us internal_value = gui_value 1000000 us

2...45 characters internal_value = gui_value

1...10, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal


false => 0
true => 1

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value

3...7 characters internal_value = gui_value

471720A (5), 471984A (8), gui ==> internal


FSM (12), FSI (14), 471720A ==> 5
472311A (16), 472355A 471984A ==> 8
(17), 472467A (18), FSM ==> 12
472621A (19), 472567A FSI ==> 14
0 (false), 1 (true) gui => internal true
(21), 472939A (22), 472311A ==> 16
false => 0
472852A (23), 472851A 472355A ==> 17
true => 1
(24), 472897A (25), 472467A ==> 18
472898A (26), 472850A 472621A ==> 19
(27), 472937A (28), 472567A ==> 21
472944A (29), 472900A 472939A ==> 22
(30), 472938A (31), 472852A ==> 23
472945A (32), 472946A 472851A ==> 24
(33), 472905A (34), 472897A ==> 25
472943A (35), 472899A 472898A ==> 26
(36), 472942A (37), 472850A ==> 27
472941A (38), 472960A 472937A ==> 28
(39), 472959A (40), 472944A ==> 29
473040A (41), 473041A 472900A ==> 30
factoryReset (0) gui ==> internal
factoryReset ==> 0

reboot (0) gui ==> internal


reboot ==> 0

10...1000 mbit/s, step 10 internal_value = gui_value


mbit/s

1...1, step 1 internal_value = gui_value


Default Value Notes Related Functions

Default is the empty string. By default a


BFD session is not assigned to any BFD
group.
Since the default value of BFD Type is
Single Hop BFD, the default BFD UDP
source port is 3784.

enabled
rotating PIN mode

empty string

3 hours
The default is 1 month.

The default is 3 months.

Length value 0 means CA subject name is


not configured.
Note: Default value is removed since is
"locked" for WMP and "unlocked" for
FlexiZone Micro by default.

A missing or not installed SFP is reported


the same as a unsupported SFP

By default no bursts are allowed.

By default the configured line rate of the


interface is used. This is defined in
parameter ETHLK - speedAndDuplex. If
the line rate is not configured forcibly by
the operator, it is autodetected by the BTS.
By default the configured line rate of the
interface is used. This is defined in
parameter ETHLK - speedAndDuplex. If
the line rate is not configured forcibly by
the operator, it is autodetected by the BTS.
Link OAM is not enabled for the interface.

Default VLAN id = 1.
The plain IP interface by default has the 6
PHB queue scheduler.

By default, shaping is disabled.

By default the ethernet shaping should be


disabled.
By default the feature is disabled.

By default the feature is disabled.


By default SOAM should be disabled.
By default TLV is ignored.

Default value of this parameter in case of


auto connection should be probing.

The default value means "not used".

NE selects serving OMS autonomously.

By default no switchover is requested.

By default the TWAMP reflector is switched


off.
By default the UDP echo is switched off.

IANA-assigned well-known twamp-control


port
By default, the parameter is assigned to
the port 5000

In WCDMA, we have a default value of 1


Mbps for Service OAM CIR. If you derive
the scheduler weight from CIR as
recommended, you get 10. So using 10
means alignment between LTE & WCDMA.

Value 0.0.0.0 means the address is not


used.

Value 0.0.0.0 means the netmask is not


used.
The route is not protected.

Default value is lowest possible preference


value. By default all routes have equally
low cost.

The route is not protected.


Default value is lowest possible preference
value. By default all routes have equally
low cost.

The default value is false.

0.0.0.0 means, control server IP address is


not configured to be used.

By default, IPsec emergency bypass is


disabled(false)
Default value is 300 seconds

Default value is 30 seconds

All ports are allowed.


All protocols allowed.

All ports allowed.

Default value is 24 hours.


By default the feature is switched off. Only
a single transport Ethernet interface can be
used.
The default value of this parameter = 1 for
the FTIB hardware unit.
The default value of this parameter = 4 for
the FTLB hardware unit.

Default value 1 is supported in FTLB and


FSMr3 unit types.

Default VLAN id = 1.

The default queue is the strict priority


queue. By default non-IP traffic is handled
with high priority.

The default value of this parameter = 4 for


the FTIB hardware unit, this is a Weighted
Round Robin priority queue.
The default value of this parameter = 6 for
the FTLB hardware unit, this is a Weighted
This is a Weighted Round Robin priority
Round Robin priority queue.
queue.

The default value of this parameter = 3 for


the FTIB hardware unit, this is a Weighted
Round Robin priority queue.
The default value of this parameter = 4 for
the FTLB hardware unit, this is a Weighted
The default value of this parameter = 3 for
Round Robin priority queue.
the FTIB hardware unit, this is a Weighted
Round Robin priority queue.
The default value of this parameter = 4 for
the FTLB hardware unit, this is a Weighted
The default value of this parameter = 2 for
Round Robin priority queue.
the FTIB hardware unit, this is a Weighted
Round Robin priority queue.
The default value of this parameter = 3 for
the FTLB hardware unit, this is a Weighted
Round Robin priority queue.
The default value of this parameter = 2 for
the FTIB hardware unit, this is a Weighted
Round Robin priority queue.
The default value of this parameter = 3 for
the FTLB hardware unit, this is a Weighted
The default value of this parameter = 1 for
Round Robin priority queue.
the FTIB hardware unit, this is the strict
priority queue.
The default value of this parameter = 2 for
the FTLB hardware unit, this is a Weighted
This is the strict priority queue.
Round Robin priority queue.

This is the strict priority queue.

Default value means DSCP to PHB


mapping.

Default value is not to include VLAN aware


switching.

1000000 kbps throughput can only


theoretically be achieved on L1, not on L2.

1000000 kbps throughput can only


theoretically be achieved on L1, not on L2.

1000000 kbps throughput can only


theoretically be achieved on L1, not on L2.
By default, sending CCM messages is not
allowed.
By default, the FTM does not accept
loopbacks initiated from a remote network.

Default is minimum PDU size.


Default for the E1 interface:
- PDH_LINE_TYPE_MULTI_FRAME_G704
By default the PHB counters shall not be
reported.
The defaults are as follows:
CPLANE: 46
ICMP: 10
IKE: 34
MPLANE: 34
SPLANE: 46
BFD1 to BFD16: 34
SSE: 10

By default SSM support is enabled.


Default value depends on telecom profile
selected. The specified default value is for
default telecom profile IEEE1588 and
should be changed when the telecom
profile changes as from below values,
This feature is disabled by default.
IEEE- 6, 7, 13, 14
ITU-T-Opt I- 84, 90, 96
ITU-T-Opt II- 80, 86

This means 16 per second.

The range and the default value shall


depend on the selected profile, The
specified default value is for default
telecom profile IEEE1588 and should be
changed accordingly when telecom profile
changes, the values to be changed are
below.
IEEE 1588 : 0
ITU-telecom: 4

The default value depends on announce


message mode of TOP Master, the
specified default value is for default
announceRequestMode standard
def 0 if Announce messages are requested
The default value depends on requested
from all masters (Standard)For ITU Profile ,
message mode of TOP Master, default
default should be 128 and range should be
value specified here is for default request
'1..255'. def 128 if Announce messages are
message mode standard and should be
requested only from highest priority
changed when the request message mode
master(NSN)
changes as specified below
def is 0 if Announce messages are
requested from all masters.
For ITU Profile , default should be 128 and
range should be '1..255'. def 128 if
Announce messages are requested only
from highest priority master
Default value depends on selected
communication mode. The specified
default value is for the UP Unicast
communication mode profile and should be
changed when the communication mode
The feature is disabled by default
changes as from below values, IP Unicast
communication mode: 6, 7
Ethernet Multicast communication mode: 6,
7
-7 means 128 msgs per second

The range and the default value shall


depend on the selected communication
mode, The specified default value is for the
IP Unicast communication mode and
should be changed accordingly when the
communication mode changes, the values
to be changed are below.
IP Unicast communication mode : 0
Ethernet Multicast communication mode:
254

By default the TWAMP session is locked.


The default DSCP value maps to Per Hop
Behaviour Assured Forwarding Class 4
(AF4).

Default value is 100 octets.

Default value is 100 percent. This means


the alarm is only raised if packet loss =
100%.

Default value is 1 second.


Modification Required on Creation

Not modifiable Mandatory

On-line Optional

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On-line Optional

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On-line Optional

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BTS restart needed Optional

On-line Optional

BTS restart needed Optional


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Not modifiable Value set by the system

BTS restart needed Optional


BTS restart needed Optional

BTS restart needed Optional

BTS restart needed Optional

On-line Optional

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BTS restart needed Mandatory

BTS restart needed Optional

On-line Mandatory
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BTS restart needed Optional

BTS restart needed Optional

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Requires object locking Optional

On-line Optional

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Not modifiable Mandatory

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On-line Mandatory

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Related Parameters Related Features

LTE666 LTE User Account Management (standard)

LTE150 LTE OAM Transport Layer Security


(standard)

LTE666 LTE User Account Management (standard)

LTE666 LTE User Account Management (standard)

actIpSecBkupTun of IPSECC LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)


(optional)
LTE592 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
(standard)
LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel (optional)
bfdActivation of BFD - Parameter bfdAdminUp is only LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)
relevant if parameter bfdActivation has value true. (optional)
actIpSecBkupTun of IPSECC LTE592 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
(standard)
LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel (optional)
LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)
(optional)
LTE592 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
(standard)
LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)
LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)
(optional)
LTE592 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
(standard)
LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)
(optional)
LTE592 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
(standard)
LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)
(optional)
LTE592 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
(standard)
LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)
(optional)
LTE592 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
(standard)
LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)
bfdType of BFD - - For Multi Hop BFD, the value LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)
range is 4784, 49152...65535 and the default value = (optional)
4784. LTE592 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
- For Single Hop BFD the value range is 3784, (standard)
49152...65535 and the default value = 3784.
LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)
(optional)
LTE592 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
(standard)
LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)
(optional)
LTE592 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
(standard)
LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)
(optional)
LTE592 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
(standard)
LTE592 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
(standard)
LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)
(optional)
LTE1702 Flexi Zone Micro BTS Bluetooth Support
(standard)

legacyPairingOPTMode of BTOOTH

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)
LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management
(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)
LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management
(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE1245 Trust Anchor and Revocation Management


(standard)

LTE665 LTE Certificate Management (optional)

LTE665 LTE Certificate Management (optional)


LTE523 Multi-layered Certificate Authorities
(standard)

LTE665 LTE Certificate Management (optional)

LTE665 LTE Certificate Management (optional)


LTE523 Multi-layered Certificate Authorities
(standard)

LTE665 LTE Certificate Management (optional)

LTE665 LTE Certificate Management (optional)

LTE665 LTE Certificate Management (optional)

ethLinkId of ETHLK
enableLayer2Switching of L2SWI - In case of FZM of
type FWHC:
if "enableLayer2Switching" of MOC L2SWI is set to
"false", administrativeState of the ETHLK MOC
pointed by "ethLinkPoEPtr" of MOC "POE" must be
set to "locked"

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)


LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

enableSoam of IPNO LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)


LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

linkOAMProfile of ETHLK - The value of LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)


linkOAMEnabled shall only be set to true, if the value
of linkOAMProfile is not the empty string but
references an existing instance of object class
OAMPRF.
LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

l2VlanIdList of ETHLK - Default VLAN id cannot be LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)
configured as a part of interface's configured VLAN id
list
l2SwitchingMode of ETHLK - VLAN aware switching
mode should be enabled
sir of IEIF - Note: Validation of the configured link-
(l2SwitchingMode="VLAN_ID")
speed against the shaper rate configuration is not
required and not reported to operator via any warning
or alarm.
sir of IVIF - Note: Validation of the configured link-
speed against the shaper rate configuration is not
required and not reported to operator via any warning
or alarm.

unitTypeActual of UNIT
enableLayer2Switching of L2SWI - In the case that
enableLayer2Switching is True, lmtPort can be set to
none (0) only;
LTE147 LTE Hardware Management (standard)
In the case that enableLayer2Switching is False,
lmtPort can only be set to any value within the range
if HW type is FWHE or FWHF; for all other HW types,
lmtPort can only be set to none (0), EIF1(1), EIF2(2).
administrativeState
primBackhaulPort ofofFTMETHLK - administrativeState
- primBackhaulPort and of
ETHLK - Primary
lmtPort cannot bebackhaul
set to theport
samecannot
port be set to port
A (EIF1), if administrative state of ETHLK-1-1 is on
locked state.

Primary backhaul port cannot be set to port B


(EIF2) if administrative state of ETHLK-1-2 is on
locked state.

Primary backhaul port cannot be set to port C (EIF3)


if administrative state of ETHLK-1-3 is on locked
state.
unitTypeActual of UNIT - primBackhaulPort can be set
to 3 in the case only if HW type is FWHE, or FWHF.
All other HW types, primBackhaulPort can only be set
LTE655 LTE Software Management (standard)

LTE147 LTE Hardware Management (standard)

LTE147 LTE Hardware Management (standard)

LTE482 DNS support for certificate examination


(standard)

LTE482 DNS support for certificate examination


(standard)

serverIpAddress of IDNS - If the primary DNS is LTE482 DNS support for certificate examination
configured but not accessible then the secondary (standard)
DNS is queried

localIpv6Addr of IEIF - When actIpv6 = TRUE and If LTE664 LTE transport protocol stack on IPv4
M/S plane application are using this interface, then (optional)
localIpAddr is mandatory LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)

localIpAddr of IEIF - When actIpv6 = TRUE and C/U LTE664 LTE transport protocol stack on IPv4
V6 plane application are using this interface, then (optional)
localIpv6Addr is mandatory. LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)

LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)

localIpv6Addr of IEIF LTE664 LTE transport protocol stack on IPv4


uPlaneIpv6Address of IPNO (optional)
cPlaneIpv6Address of IPNO LTE931 Ethernet Jumbo Frames (standard)
localIpv6Addr of IVIF LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)
localIpAddr of IEIF - When actIpv6 = TRUE and If M/S LTE664 LTE transport protocol stack on IPv4
plane application are IEIF-localIpAddr interface, then (optional)
netmask is mandatory. LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)
LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)
(standard)

LTE138 Traffic Shaping (UL) (standard)

LTE138 Traffic Shaping (UL) (standard)

speedAndDuplex of ETHLK - Validation of the LTE138 Traffic Shaping (UL) (standard)


configured shaper rate against the link-speed
configuration is not required and not reported to
operator via any warning or alarm.
trafficPathShapingEnable of IEIF LTE138 Traffic Shaping (UL) (standard)

LTE138 Traffic Shaping (UL) (standard)

LTE138 Traffic Shaping (UL) (standard)

LTE132 VLAN based traffic differentiation (optional)


LTE138 Traffic Shaping (UL) (standard)

LTE684 DHCP Server for Flexi LTE BTS Site


Devices (standard)

LTE684 DHCP Server for Flexi LTE BTS Site


Devices (standard)

LTE684 DHCP Server for Flexi LTE BTS Site


Devices (standard)

LTE684 DHCP Server for Flexi LTE BTS Site


Devices (standard)
LTE684 DHCP Server for Flexi LTE BTS Site
Devices (standard)

LTE684 DHCP Server for Flexi LTE BTS Site


Devices (standard)

LTE684 DHCP Server for Flexi LTE BTS Site


Devices (standard)

LTE684 DHCP Server for Flexi LTE BTS Site


Devices (standard)

LTE684 DHCP Server for Flexi LTE BTS Site


Devices (standard)

LTE684 DHCP Server for Flexi LTE BTS Site


Devices (standard)

LTE158 NTP clock time synchronization (standard)

LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)


(optional)

LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)

cPlaneIpAddress of IPNO - If actIpv6=False LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)


parameters cplaneIpAddress must be configured.
uPlaneIpAddress of IPNO - If actIpv6=False
parameters uPlaneIpAddress must be configured.
uPlaneIpv6Address of IPNO - If actIpv6=True
mainTransportNwId of IPNO - In case LTE505 Transport Separation for RAN Sharing
parameters uPlaneIpv6Address must be configured
actSeparationRanSharing=TRUE parameter (optional)
cPlaneIpv6Address of IPNO - If actIpv6=True
"maintransportNwId" in MOC "IPNO" must be
parameters cPlaneIpv6Address must be configured
configured

transportNwId of LTAC - In case


actSeparationRanSharing=TRUE "transportNwId" in
MOC "LTAC" must be configured
LTE505 Transport Separation for RAN Sharing
(optional)

LTE648 SCTP Multi Homing (optional)

cPlaneIpAddress of IPNO - Additional operator's C- LTE644 Configurable cell trace content (standard)
Plane address must not be equal to C-Plane address LTE505 Transport Separation for RAN Sharing
used by any other operator (optional)

LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)


LTE505 Transport Separation for RAN Sharing
(optional)

LTE648 SCTP Multi Homing (optional)

uPlaneIpAddress of IPNO - Additional operator's U- LTE505 Transport Separation for RAN Sharing
Plane address must not be equal to U-Plane address (optional)
used by any other operator

LTE505 Transport Separation for RAN Sharing


(optional)
LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)

mainTransportNwId of IPNO - transportNwId must not LTE505 Transport Separation for RAN Sharing
be equal to mainTransportNwId (optional)

LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)


(optional)

LTE664 LTE transport protocol stack on IPv4


(optional)

actFastIpRerouting of IPNO LTE875 Different IP addresses for U/C/M-plane


actIpv6 of IPNO - When actIpv6 = FALSE then (standard)
cPlaneIpAddress is mandatory parameter else LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)
cPlaneIpAddress is optional parameter
LTE648 SCTP Multi Homing (optional)

actIpv6 of IPNO - When actIpv6 = TRUE, then LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)
cPlaneIpv6Address is mandatory parameter else
cPlaneIpv6Address is optional parameter.

LTE648 SCTP Multi Homing (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE664 LTE transport protocol stack on IPv4


(optional)

LTE664 LTE transport protocol stack on IPv4


(optional)

LTE692-a LTE Firewall Support (optional)

LTE875 Different IP addresses for U/C/M-plane


(standard)

transportNwId of IPNO - mainTransportNwId may not LTE505 Transport Separation for RAN Sharing
be equal to transportNwId in MOC IPNO (optional)

transportNwId of LTAC - mainTransportNwId may not


be equal to transportNwId in MOC IPNO
servingOms of IPNO - If more than 1 IP is configured, LTE475 Automatic iOMS resiliency (standard)
then to change the IP address of the current serving
actSeparationRanSharing of IPNO - Parameter must
OMS (primary/secondary),
be configured in case
1. Execute an OMS switchover
actSeparationRanSharing=TRUE
2. Change the OMS IP that is not the current serving
OMS
3. Execute another OMS switchover.

When only 1 configured IP (primary/secondary),


changing the current serving OMS IP Address
requires a BTS restart. BTS executes autonomous
site reset.
LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE150 LTE OAM Transport Layer Security


(standard)

LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)

actTopFreqSynch of TOPF - If actTopFreqSynch is LTE875 Different IP addresses for U/C/M-plane


enabled then splaneIpAddress is mandatory . (standard)

servingOms of IPNO - If more than 1 IP is configured, LTE475 Automatic iOMS resiliency (standard)
then to change the IP address of the current serving
OMS (primary/secondary),
1. Execute an OMS switchover
2. Change the OMS IP that is not the current serving
LTE475 Automatic iOMS resiliency (standard)
OMS
3. Execute another OMS switchover

secOmsIpAddr of IPNO - To be able to switch to the LTE475 Automatic iOMS resiliency (standard)
secondary OMS, either autonomously or via
administrative switch-over, or to administratively
assign/lock to the secondary OMS, the secondary
OMS IP address must have a valid value.
servingOmsAdminSetting of IPNO - If the configured LTE475 Automatic iOMS resiliency (standard)
servingOmsSwoRequest of IPNO - When the serving
secondary OMS IP address is unreachable, recovery
OMS administrative setting is "primaryForced" or
via automatic OMS switch-over is possible only if
"secondaryForced", and the current serving OMS is
servingOmsAdminSetting is "automatic".
different from that in the serving OMS administrative
secOmsIpAddr of IPNO - To be able to switch to the
setting, a switch-over is implicit and a separate LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)
secondary OMS, either autonomously or via
switch-over request is not needed.
administrative switch-over, or to administratively
assign/lock to the secondary OMS, the secondary
OMS IP address must have a valid value.
LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)
LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)

LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)


LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)

LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)

LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)

actFastIpRerouting of IPNO LTE875 Different IP addresses for U/C/M-plane


actIpv6 of IPNO - When actIpv6 = FALSE then (standard)
uPlaneIpAddress is mandatory parameter else LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)
uPlaneIpAddress is optional parameter.
actIpv6 of IPNO - When actIpv6 = TRUE, then LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)
uPlaneIpv6Address is mandatory parameter else
uPlaneIpv6Address is optional parameter.

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)


LTE138 Traffic Shaping (UL) (standard)

LTE746 IP based Filtering for BTS Site Support


Equipment (standard)

LTE746 IP based Filtering for BTS Site Support


Equipment (standard)

sourceTwoDiscr of IPRM - Parameter LTE746 IP based Filtering for BTS Site Support
sourceTwoIpAddr is only relevant if parameter Equipment (standard)
sourceTwoDiscr has value SINGLE or RANGE.

sourceTwoDiscr of IPRM - Parameter LTE746 IP based Filtering for BTS Site Support
sourceTwoNetMask is only relevant if the parameter Equipment (standard)
sourceTwoDiscr has the value RANGE.

LTE746 IP based Filtering for BTS Site Support


Equipment (standard)
LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)
(optional)

LTE648 SCTP Multi Homing (optional)

LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)


(optional)

LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)

LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)

LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)


(optional)

LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)


LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)

LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)

LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)


LTE648 SCTP Multi Homing (optional)

LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)


(optional)

ipSecEnabled of IPSECC - actIpSecBkupTun can be LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel (optional)


set TRUE, even if ipSecEnabled is set to FALSE, but
IPsec backup tunnel feature is active only after both
actIpSecBkupTun and ipSecEnabled are TRUE.
ipSecEnabled of IPSECC LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel (optional)
actIpSecBkupTun of IPSECC
ipSecTunnels of IPSECC

ipSecBkupTunRemoteEndpoint of IPSECC LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel (optional)

ipSecBkupTunRemoteEndpoint of IPSECC LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel (optional)

ipSecEmBypassEnabled of IPSECC - If LTE1390 IPSec Emergency Bypass (optional)


ipSecEmBypassEnabled is true then parameter
"ipSecEmBypassCtrlIpAddr " must be speicified with
valid ip address
ipSecEmBypassCtrlIpAddr of IPSECC - If LTE1390 IPSec Emergency Bypass (optional)
ipSecEmBypassEnabled is true then parameter
"ipSecEmBypassCtrlIpAddr " must be speicified with
valid ip address.
LTE1390 IPSec Emergency Bypass (optional)

LTE1390 IPSec Emergency Bypass (optional)


LTE1390 IPSec Emergency Bypass (optional)

actIpSecBkupTun of IPSECC - ipSecEnabled can be LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user
set FALSE, even if actIpSecBkupTun is set to TRUE, plane (optional)
but IPsec backup tunnel feature is active only after
both actIpSecBkupTun and ipSecEnabled are TRUE.
ipSecBkupTunManSwitch of IPSECC LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel (optional)

ipSecBkupTunRemoteEndpoint of IPSECC LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel (optional)

ipSecBkupTunRemoteEndpoint of IPSECC LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel (optional)

ipSecBkupTunRemoteEndpoint of IPSECC LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel (optional)

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)
LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user
plane (optional)

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)

ipSecEnabled of IPSECC LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel (optional)


actIpSecBkupTun of IPSECC
ipSecBkupTunRemoteEndpoint of IPSECC

ipSecBkupTunMinSwitchTime of IPSECC LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel (optional)


ipSecBkupTunRemoteEndpoint of IPSECC

ipSecBkupTunMaxSwitchTime of IPSECC LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel (optional)


ipSecBkupTunRemoteEndpoint of IPSECC

remoteTunnelEndpoint of IPSECC LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel (optional)

ipSecEnabled of IPSECC LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel (optional)


actIpSecBkupTun of IPSECC
ipSecBkupTunRemoteEndpoint of IPSECC

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)
LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)
LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)

ipSecStatus of IPSECC - This parameter is LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user
mandatory if ipSecStatus is "PROTECT" plane (optional)

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)
LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)

LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user


plane (optional)

localIpv6Addr of IVIF - When actIpv6 = TRUE and If LTE132 VLAN based traffic differentiation (optional)
M/S plane application are using this interface, then LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)
localIpAddr is mandatory

actIpv6 of IPNO - When actIpv6 = TRUE and C/U V6 LTE132 VLAN based traffic differentiation (optional)
plane application are using this interface, then LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)
localIpv6Addr is mandatory.

actIpv6 of IPNO - When actIpv6 = TRUE and C/U V6 LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)
plane application are using this interface, then
localIpv6Addr is mandatory.
localIpAddr of IVIF - When actIpv6 = TRUE and If M/S LTE132 VLAN based traffic differentiation (optional)
plane application are IVIF-localIpAddr interface, then LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)
netmask is mandatory

LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)


(standard)
LTE132 VLAN based traffic differentiation (optional)

LTE132 VLAN based traffic differentiation (optional)


LTE138 Traffic Shaping (UL) (standard)

speedAndDuplex of ETHLK - Validation of the LTE132 VLAN based traffic differentiation (optional)
configured shaper rate against the link-speed LTE138 Traffic Shaping (UL) (standard)
configuration is not required and not reported to
operator via any warning or alarm.
LTE132 VLAN based traffic differentiation (optional)

LTE132 VLAN based traffic differentiation (optional)


LTE505 Transport Separation for RAN Sharing
(optional)
LTE648 SCTP Multi Homing (optional)
LTE132 VLAN based traffic differentiation (optional)
LTE138 Traffic Shaping (UL) (standard)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

administrativeState of ETHLK LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)


actWiFi of WIFICNF LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)


LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)


LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE649 QoS aware ethernet switching (optional)

LTE144 Transport Admission Control (standard)


LTE505 Transport Separation for RAN Sharing
(optional)

tacLimitGbrNormal of LTAC - TAC LIMIT GBR normal LTE144 Transport Admission Control (standard)
<= TAC LIMIT GBR handover <= TAC LIMIT GBR
emergency

tacLimitGbrNormal of LTAC - TAC LIMIT GBR normal LTE144 Transport Admission Control (standard)
<= TAC LIMIT GBR handover <= TAC LIMIT GBR
emergency

LTE144 Transport Admission Control (standard)

transportNwId of IPNO - transportNwId must be equal LTE505 Transport Separation for RAN Sharing
to IPNO::addTransportNwIpAddrList::transportNwId in (optional)
case this LTAC instance is used for additional
operator.
mainTransportNwId of IPNO - transportNwId must be
equal to IPNO::mainTransportNwId in case this LTAC
instance is used for main operator.
actSeparationRanSharing of IPNO - parameter
(IPNO::mainTransportNwId, LTAC::transportNwId)
must be configured in case
actSeparationRanSharing=TRUE
LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

vlanEnabled of OAMMA - Parameter can be used LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)


when vlanEnabled is set to true

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)


LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)


LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

efpEventWindow of OAMPRF - Configured value for LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)


efpEventThreshold should be within configured value
for OAMPRF-efpEventWindow to enable the
possibility of generating Errored Frame Period Event
Notifications
LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)


activeMode of OAMPRF - Parameter eventRepetition LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)
is only relevant in Link OAM active mode (parameter
activeMode = true)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE140 Ethernet OAM (optional)

LTE602 Performance Management add. features


from RL10, Configuration Management (standard)

LTE602 Performance Management add. features


from RL10, Configuration Management (standard)

LTE602 Performance Management add. features


from RL10, Configuration Management (standard)

LTE602 Performance Management add. features


from RL10, Configuration Management (standard)
LTE602 Performance Management add. features
from RL10, Configuration Management (standard)

LTE602 Performance Management add. features


from RL10, Configuration Management (standard)

LTE602 Performance Management add. features


from RL10, Configuration Management (standard)

LTE602 Performance Management add. features


from RL10, Configuration Management (standard)

LTE602 Performance Management add. features


from RL10, Configuration Management (standard)
LTE891 Timing over Packet with phase
synchronization (optional)
LTE602 Performance Management add. features
from RL10, Configuration Management (standard)
LTE891 Timing over Packet with phase
synchronization (optional)
LTE602 Performance Management add. features
from RL10, Configuration Management (standard)

LTE602 Performance Management add. features


from RL10, Configuration Management (standard)

LTE602 Performance Management add. features


from RL10, Configuration Management (standard)

LTE602 Performance Management add. features


from RL10, Configuration Management (standard)

LTE602 Performance Management add. features


from RL10, Configuration Management (standard)
LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)
LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)

ethLinkId of ETHLK - ETHLK MOC with etherLinkId = LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)
"1-3" must exist.Also as part of LTE 1961, ETHLK-1- LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)
3 does not support LOAM, SOAM and SyncE.

LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)


LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)

LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)

ethLinkId of ETHLK - ETHLK MOC with etherLinkId = LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)
"1-3" must exist.Also as part of LTE 1961, ETHLK-1-
3 does not support LOAM, SOAM and SyncE.

LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)

unitTypeActual of UNIT - When setting the PDH Line LTE 707 2xGE + 4xE1/T1/JT1 + ToP + Sync Ethernet
Type to another interface type, FTM switches on all FlexiBTS Transport Sub-module FTIB (standard)
interfaces of this unit the PDH Line Type to the default LTE710 Synchronization from PDH interface
value for that interface type. In the second (standard)
configuration step the framing format within this
LTE 707 2xGE + 4xE1/T1/JT1 + ToP + Sync Ethernet
interface type can be modified.
FlexiBTS Transport Sub-module FTIB (standard)
LTE710 Synchronization from PDH interface
(standard)
LTE 707 2xGE + 4xE1/T1/JT1 + ToP + Sync Ethernet
FlexiBTS Transport Sub-module FTIB (standard)
LTE710 Synchronization from PDH interface
(standard)
LTE 707 2xGE + 4xE1/T1/JT1 + ToP + Sync Ethernet
FlexiBTS Transport Sub-module FTIB (standard)
LTE710 Synchronization from PDH interface
(standard)
LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)
(standard)

LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)


(standard)
LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)
(standard)

LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)


(standard)

LTE806 Performance CounterPlus Package for


Transport I (optional)

LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)


(standard)

LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)


(standard)

LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)


(standard)

LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)


(standard)

LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)


(standard)

LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)


(standard)

LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)


(standard)

LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)


(standard)
LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)
(optional)
LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)
LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)
(standard)
LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)
(optional)
LTE131 Traffic prioritization on IP layer (Diffserv)
(standard)
LTE866 Fast IP rerouting (Transport Path Protection)
(optional)
LTE710 Synchronization from PDH interface
(standard)
LTE134 Timing over Packet (optional)
LTE713 Synchronous Ethernet (optional)
LTE134 Timing over Packet (optional)
LTE710 Synchronization from PDH interface
(standard)
LTE713 Synchronous Ethernet (optional)
clockProtocol of STPG - For physical interfaces, the LTE710 Synchronization from PDH interface
interfaceNumber also depends on the clock protocol (standard)
selected. LTE134 Timing over Packet (optional)
unitNumber of STPG - For physical interfaces, the LTE713 Synchronous Ethernet (optional)
interfaceNumber depends on the referenced
LTE134 Timing over Packet (optional)
unitNumber.
LTE710 Synchronization from PDH interface
(standard)
LTE713 Synchronous Ethernet (optional)
LTE713 Synchronous Ethernet (optional)

LTE713 Synchronous Ethernet (optional)

LTE134 Timing over Packet (optional)


LTE710 Synchronization from PDH interface
(standard)
LTE713 Synchronous Ethernet (optional)

LTE134 Timing over Packet (optional)


LTE710 Synchronization from PDH interface
(standard)
LTE711 Synchronization from 2.048MHz signal
(standard)
LTE144 Transport Admission Control (standard)
LTE713 Synchronous Ethernet (optional)
LTE891 Timing over Packet with phase
synchronization (optional)
LTE134 Timing over Packet (optional)
LTE610 ToP resiliency (optional)
ieeeTelecomProfile of TOPF - The allowed values LTE610 ToP resiliency (optional)
shall be according the selected profile

scheme: clock class


IEEE: 6, 7, 13, 14
sPlaneIpAddress of IPNO - If actTopFreqSynch is LTE134 Timing over Packet (optional)
ITU-T-Opt I: 84, 90, 96
enabled then sPlaneIpAddress is mandatory. LTE610 ToP resiliency (optional)
ITU-T-Opt II: 80, 86

LTE610 ToP resiliency (optional)


LTE134 Timing over Packet (optional)

LTE610 ToP resiliency (optional)

LTE610 ToP resiliency (optional)

LTE610 ToP resiliency (optional)

LTE134 Timing over Packet (optional)


LTE610 ToP resiliency (optional)

LTE610 ToP resiliency (optional)

actTopFreqSynch of TOPF - masterIpAddr must be LTE610 ToP resiliency (optional)


configured if actTopFreqSynch = TRUE

LTE610 ToP resiliency (optional)

LTE610 ToP resiliency (optional)


LTE891 Timing over Packet with phase
synchronization (optional)

synchroSourceList of STPG - one of the 2 entries LTE891 Timing over Packet with phase
parameter "clockProtocol" is set to "clkTop" and synchronization (optional)
actToPPhase Sync = true then actToPFreqSynch =
false.
topComMode of TOPP - Only applicable if LTE891 Timing over Packet with phase
topComMode = IP Unicast (0) synchronization (optional)

LTE891 Timing over Packet with phase


synchronization (optional)

LTE891 Timing over Packet with phase


synchronization (optional)

LTE891 Timing over Packet with phase


synchronization (optional)

topComMode of TOPP - Only applicable if LTE891 Timing over Packet with phase
topComMode = Ethernet Multicast (1) synchronization (optional)

LTE891 Timing over Packet with phase


synchronization (optional)

topComMode of TOPP - "Only applicable if LTE891 Timing over Packet with phase
topComMode = IP Unicast (0) synchronization (optional)
masterIpAddr must be configured if
actTopPhaseSynch = TRUE"
LTE891 Timing over Packet with phase
synchronization (optional)

LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)

administrativeState of TWAMP - The TWAMP session LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)
must be locked, before its destination IP address can LTE125 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack (standard)
be changed (set administrativeState to "locked")
administrativeState of TWAMP - Changing the LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)
destination port of the session requires locking it.

LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)

mtu of IEIF - The value of the parameter LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)
messageSize shall not exceed the Maximum Transfer
Unit value.

LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)

LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)

administrativeState of TWAMP - The TWAMP session LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)
must be locked, before its source IP address can be
changed (set administrativeState to "locked").

LTE574 Transport network measurement (optional)

unitTypeExpected of UNIT - This parameter is


applicable only when unitTypeExpected is one of
FSM, or FSI.

LTE147 LTE Hardware Management (standard)

LTE147 LTE Hardware Management (standard)

LTE147 LTE Hardware Management (standard)

enableLayer2Switching of L2SWI LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)


LTE2136 FWHH - FlexiZone indoor BTS (standard)
actWiFi of WIFICNF LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)
LTE2136 FWHH - FlexiZone indoor BTS (standard)

actWiFi of WIFICNF LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)


LTE2136 FWHH - FlexiZone indoor BTS (standard)

LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)

LTE1961 WIFI for FlexiZone Micro (standard)


LTE2136 FWHH - FlexiZone indoor BTS (standard)

LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel

LTE1753 IPSec Backup Tunnel

LTE140 Ethernet OAM

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user plane

LTE689 LTE IPsec Support for control and user plane


LTE497 Smart Admission Control

LTE497 Smart Admission Control

LTE497 Smart Admission Control

LTE144 Transport Admission Control

LTE144 Transport Admission Control


Interfaces

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

LTE BTS <-> EM


LTE BTS <-> RAC
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp
EM <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


LTE BTS <-> RAC
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RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp
EM <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp
EM <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

LTE BTS <-> EM


LTE BTS <-> RAC
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


LTE BTS <-> RAC
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

LTE BTS <-> EM


LTE BTS <-> RAC
RAC <-> RACApp
EM <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

LTE BTS <-> EM


LTE BTS <-> RAC
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

RAC <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> RACApp
EM <-> LTE BTS

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

LTE BTS -> EM


LTE BTS <-> RAC

EM <-> LTE BTS


RAC <-> LTE BTS
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


LTE BTS <-> RAC
RAC <-> RACApp
EM -> LTE BTS
RAC -> LTE BTS
RACApp <-> RAC

EM -> LTE BTS


RAC -> LTE BTS
RACApp <-> RAC

EM <-> LTE BTS


LTE BTS <-> RAC
RAC <-> RACApp

EM <-> LTE BTS


LTE BTS <-> RAC
RAC <-> RACApp
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