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Guide to Swapping BTS from BSC32 or

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Contents

Contents
1 Precautions for BTS Swapping....................................................1-1
2 Preparations for BTS Data Swapping...........................................2-1
2.1 Preparing for Software and Guides................................................................................................................2-1
2.2 Installing Tools and Software.........................................................................................................................2-2
2.3 Backing Up BSC6900 Data............................................................................................................................2-2

3 Upgrading BSC Data Configuration..............................................3-1


3.1 Upgrading BSC32 Data Configuration to BSC6000......................................................................................3-1
3.2 Upgrading BSC6000 V900R001 or BSC6000 V900R003 Data Configuration to BSC6000 V900R008.....3-1
3.3 Upgrading BSC6000 V900R008 Data Configuration to BSC6900...............................................................3-2
3.3.1 Upgrading BSC6000 V900R008 Data Configuration to BSC6900 Through the PC OMU.................3-3

4 Swapping Scripts on the CME......................................................4-1


4.1 Making a Swapping Script on the CME.........................................................................................................4-1
4.2 Running the Swapping Script.........................................................................................................................4-6

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Precautions for BTS Swapping


Replacing a BSC of a version with a BSC6900 involves the switching of the hardware
platform, and does not support the common software upgrade mode. Instead, you need to
create a BSC6900, and then swap the BTS data of the BSC to the BSC6900 for realizing the
inheritance of BTS networking data.
Swapping BTS data from a BSC of an earlier version to a BSC6900 falls into the following
scenarios:

From a BSC32 to a BSC6900: In this scenario, upgrade the BSC32 to BSC6000


V900R008 according to section 3.1"Upgrading BSC32 Data Configuration to BSC6000"
and then to BSC6900 according to section 3.3.1"Upgrading BSC6000 V900R008 Data
Configuration to BSC6900 Through the PC OMU", and perform relevant operations
according to section 4.1"Making a Swapping Script on the CME" and section
4.2"Running the Swapping Script."

From a BSC6000 V900R001 or BSC6000 V900R003 to a BSC6900: In this scenario,


upgrade the BSC6000 V900R001 or BSC6000 V900R003 to BSC6000 V900R008
according to section 3.2"Upgrading BSC6000 V900R001 or BSC6000 V900R003 Data
Configuration to BSC6000 V900R008" and then to BSC6900 according to section
3.3.1"Upgrading BSC6000 V900R008 Data Configuration to BSC6900 Through the PC
OMU", and perform relevant operations according to section 4.1"Making a Swapping
Script on the CME" and section 4.2"Running the Swapping Script."

From a BSC6000 V900R008 to a BSC6900: In this scenario, upgrade the BSC6000


V900R008 to BSC6900 according to section 3.3.1"Upgrading BSC6000 V900R008 Data
Configuration to BSC6900 Through the PC OMU", and perform relevant operations
according to section 4.1"Making a Swapping Script on the CME" and section
4.2"Running the Swapping Script."

Preparations for BTS Data


Swapping

2.1 Preparing for Software and Guides

Download software from the support website according to the following table.

Software

Used to

BSC32-to-BSC6000 data upgrade


tool

Upgrade BTS data from BSC32 to BSC6000.

BSC6900 V900R011 software


(Windows)

Function as the PC OMU on the PC for upgrading


BTS data from BSC6000 to BSC6900.

Installation disk of the CME in


standalone mode and corresponding
license file

Swap the BTS data of a source BSC32 to a target


BSC6900.

Download guides from the support website according to the following table, and read
them thoroughly before the swapping.

Guide

Used to

BSC32 to BSC6000 V900R008C12


Data Upgrade Guide

Upgrade BTS data from BSC32 to BSC6000 by


using the BSC32-to-BSC6000 data upgrade tool.

BSC6900 PC OMU Operation


Guide (Internal Use only)

Guide the installation and use of the BSC6900 PC


OMU.

CME V200R009XXX Installation


Guide (Windows standalone mode)

Guide the installation of the CME in standalone


mode.

Operation Guide to the CME in


Standalone Mode (Internal Use)

Guide the use of the CME in standalone mode.

BSC6900 GSM OMU


Administration Guide

Guide the version installation and debugging of new


BSC6900s.

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2.2 Installing Tools and Software

Install the latest BSC32-to-BSC6000 data upgrade tool on the local PC. The data
upgrade tool is named BSC32ToBSC6000DataUpgradeTool(for
BSC6000V900R008C12). You can download it from the following website:
http://support.huawei.com/support/pages/editionctrl/catalog/ShowVersionDetail.do?
actionFlag=clickNode&p_line=&node=000001401614&colID=ROOTWEB|
CO0000000065&.

Install the BSC6900 PC OMU software on the PC and run it on trial according to section
3.1, section 3.2, and section 3.4 in the BSC6900 PC OMU Operation Guide (Internal
Use).

Install the matching CME in standalone mode of the BSC6900 V900R011 on the PC
according to the CME V200R009XXX Installation Guide (Windows standalone mode),
where, V200R009XXX is a CME version matching the BSC6900.

2.3 Backing Up BSC6900 Data


1.

Install and debug the software and hardware of BSC6900 V900R011C00 according to
"Scenario: Creating a BSC6900 NE" in the BSC6900 GSM OMU Administration
Guide. This step is excluded in this guide.

2.

Configure the BSC6900 cabinet, subracks, boards, A interface signaling, A interface


transmission, Gb interface signaling, and Gb interface transmission according to the
plan. If an external PCU is used, you also need to configure Pb interface signaling and
Pb interface transmission. In BM/TC separated mode, you need to configure Ater
interface transmission and Ater interface signaling (in remote TC mode).

3.

Enter the external IP address of the created BSC6900 in the IE address bar on the PC,
and connect to the BSC6900.

4.

Copy the following command to the command input window, and run the command to
save the data of the created BSC690 as a BCP file. The BCP file is stored in [omu
rootpath]\mbsc\bam\version_a\ftp\ExportCMESyncView,
and
is
named
CMECfgSyncView.zip in compressed mode. In the path, [omu rootpath] indicates the
root directory for installing the software of the BSC6900.
EXP CFGSYNFILE: FT=BCP;

5.

To differentiate the compressed BCP file from the data packet of the source BSC, you are
advised to rename the compressed BCP file BSC6900CMECfgSyncView.zip.

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Upgrading BSC Data


Configuration

3.1 Upgrading BSC32 Data Configuration to


BSC6000
Upgrade the data configuration of the BSC32 to the latest patch version of the
BSC6000V900R008C12B195 according to the BSC32 to BSC6000 V900R008C12 Data
Upgrade Guide, and save the upgraded data configuration as a file named BSC6000Data.dat.
During the upgrade, it is required to configure certain basic BSC6000 devices, A interface
signaling, and A interface transmission. You can complete the configuration according to the
guide, or decompress the data configuration file (see the following attachment), use the
BSC32-to-V900R008C12 upgrade tool to open the decompressed file, and then upgrade
BSC32 data.

BSC6000-Basic-Dat
a.rar

3.2 Upgrading BSC6000 V900R001 or BSC6000


V900R003 Data Configuration to BSC6000
V900R008
Procedure
Step 1 Log in to the LMT of the old version online, and choose Configuration > Back Up > Back
Up GBAM Data. On the displayed page, choose to back up the file to the local disk, enter a
file name, and then back up the file.
For BSC6000V900R001C01B063 or later versions, the backup file is stored to {LMT installation
directory}\V900R001C01B0XX\BackupCfgData (where, B0XX stands for the B version number).
Otherwise, the file storage path is determined by the operator.

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Step 2 Log out of the LMT of the old version, and then log in to the LMT of
BSC6000V900R008C12B195 offline. Choose Configuration > Open Local Data File. In
the displayed Open dialog box, open the file mentioned in Step 1. A dialog box is displayed
(taking the upgrade of the data configuration file of the BSC6000V900R001C01 as an
example), as shown in the following figure.

Step 3 Click Yes, and wait till an Information dialog box indicating Upgrade Success is displayed,
as shown in the following figure.

Step 4 Click OK. Then the data configuration file is upgraded.


Step 5 Choose Configuration > Back Up > Back Up Local Data. Then the LMT checks the data
globally. If the check fails, the data cannot be backed up. As a result, the error information is
displayed. In this case, you need to adjust the data manually to ensure that the data meets the
check rules, and then choose Configuration > Back Up > Back Up Local Data again. If the
check is successful, select a backup path, enter the name of the backup data configuration file
(for example, r8c12b195.dat), and then execute the backup. The file is backed up to {LMT
installation directory}\V900R001C01B0XX\BackupCfgData (where, B0XX stands for the
B version number) by default.

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3.3 Upgrading BSC6000 V900R008 Data


Configuration to BSC6900
You can upgrade BSC6000 V900R008 data configuration to BSC6900 through the PC OMU
or OMU. This section describes these two methods respectively.

3.3.1 Upgrading BSC6000 V900R008 Data


Configuration to BSC6900 Through the PC OMU
To upgrade data configuration through the PC OMU, do as follows:
Step 1 On the PC installed with the BSC6900 PC OMU software, access the DOS command window
and enter net start omud to start the PC OMU software and the database used during data
upgrade.
Step 2 In the DOS command window, enter net stop omud to stop the OMU software.
Step 3 Copy the data configuration file named BSC6000Data.dat of the BSC6000 to [omu
rootpath]\bam\version_a\bin\bam. In this path, [omu rootpath] indicates the root directory
for installing the PC OMU software.
Step 4 In the DOS command window, access [omu rootpath]\bam\version_a\bin\bam, and run the
following command to run the upgrade tool to upgrade the data configuration file of the
BSC6000 to the BSC6900. In the command, different colors are used to represent different
parameters.
data_upgrade.exe -v BSC6000V900R008C12B195 -d .\BSC6000Data.dat -c -r
.\upgrade_rule\UPD_RULE_V900R008C12B195_V900R011C00SPC700_COMMON.xml -m
.\upgrade_rule\MITCOMBINEDCLASSDEF_V900R008C12B195.xml --ut --omu_type=OMUa
--main_omu_slot=21 --peer_omu_slot=23 --pre_check --report=./errorinfo.html

The parameters are described as follows:

Parameter 1: -v BSC6000V900R008C12B195, indicating the original version number.

Parameter 2: -d ./BSC6000Data.dat, indicating the name of the data file of the original
version.

Parameter 3: -c, indicating that the upgrade rule file of a specific version instead of the
default rules is used.

Parameter 4: -r
./upgrade_rule/UPD_RULE_V900R008C12B195_V900R011C00SPC700_COMMON.x
ml, indicating the used upgrade rule file.

Parameter 5: -m
./upgrade_rule/MITCOMBINEDCLASSDEF_V900R008C12B195.xmL, indicating the
class definition file of the original BSC6000 version.

Parameter 6: --ut, indicating a running error displayed on the screen.

Parameter 7:--omu_type=OMUa, indicating the OMU type. If the current OMU type is
OMUb, set this parameter to OMUb. If the current OMU type is GBAM, set this
parameter to PCServer.

Parameter 8: --main_omu_slot=21, indicating the slot number of the active OMU. Set
this parameter according to the actual slot.

Parameter 9: --peer_omu_slot=23, indicating the slot number of the standby OMU. Set
this parameter according to the actual slot. Delete this parameter if no standby OMU is
configured.

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Parameter 10: --pre_check, indicating that the data correctness check is performed.

Parameter 11: --report=.\erroinfo.html, indicating that the check result file is


generated. Where, .\erroinfo.html indicates the path of the result file and can be
customized.

The command line involved in this guide is just an example and is based on the following
assumptions:
The data configuration file of the original BSC6000 is named BSC6000Data.dat, the OMU
type of the target BSC6900 is OMUa, and the active OMU is in slot 21 and the standby OMU
is in slot 23.
If the actual situation is different from the preceding assumptions, modify the settings of
parameters 2, 7, 8, 9, and 11 only.
Step 5 Access [omu rootpath]\bam\version_a\bin\bam to check whether the errorinfo.html file
exists. If the file exists, stop the upgrade.
Step 6 In the DOS command window, run the following command to restart the OMU software:
net start omud
Step 7 In the IE address bar on the current PC, enter \\127.0.0.1 to link the PC OMU. Copy the
following command to the command input window and run the command to save the data of
the BSC6900 as a BCP file. The file is stored to [omu
rootpath]\mbsc\bam\version_a\ftp\ExportCMESyncView and is named
CMECfgSyncView.zip in compressed mode.
EXP CFGSYNFILE: FT=BCP;
Step 8 For easy differentiation, rename the compressed BCP file BSC6000CMECfgSyncView.zip.
For the data upgrade from BSC32 to BSC6900, rename the file
BSC32CMECfgSyncView.zip.
Step 9 In the DOS command window, run the following command to stop the OMU software:
net stop omud

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After the data is upgraded to the BSC6900, the same method is adopted to swap scripts on the
CME. This chapter describes how to swap the script from the BSC32 to the BSC6900.

4.1 Making a Swapping Script on the CME


Step 1 On the PC installed with the CME in standalone mode, start the CME.
Step 2 Copy the BSC32CMECfgSyncView.zip file obtained in Step 8 in section 3.3.1"Upgrading
BSC6000 V900R008 Data Configuration to BSC6900 Through the PC OMU" and the
BSC6900CMECfgSyncView.zip file obtained in section 2.3"Backing Up BSC6900 Data" to
the PC.
Step 3 Import the upgraded BSC32 data and the data of the new BSC6900 into the CME as follows:
On the Huawei CM Express page, choose Data Management > Add NE, as shown in the
following figure.

On the displayed Add NE page, enter an NE name (for example, BSC32) and set Data File to
BSC32CMECfgSyncView.zip, as shown in the following figure.

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Click OK to import the data of the BSC32. Adopt the same method to import the data of the
BSC6900, as shown in the following figure.

Step 4 On the CME configuration page, start BTS swapping. You can swap all the BTSs at a time or
one by one.
Select an NE from the navigation tree, and then choose GSM Application > Reparent BTS
Between BSCs, as shown in the following figure.

On the displayed Reparent BTS Between BSCs page, set Source BSC to BSC32 and
Destination BSC to BSC6900, and then click Add to select the BTS to be swapped, as shown
in the following figure.

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Click Next, as shown in the following figure.

On the Reparent BTS Between BSCs page, click Edit Reparent File and edit the file on the
displayed page. The BSC32 does not support DXX, IP Over E1, and IP functions. Therefore,
you can deselect the corresponding check boxes to reduce the data to be edited, as shown in
the following figure.

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After that, adjust relevant data on various tab pages according to the actual planning. To
ensure that the BTS index, cell index, and TRX cell specified manually after the swapping are
different from the existing BTS index, cell index, and TRX cell of the BC6900, delete the
relevant column on the corresponding tab page.
On the BTS tab page, delete New BTS ID, as show in the following figure.

On the GCELL tab page, delete New Cell Id, as show in the following figure.

On the GTRX tab page, delete New TRX Id, as show in the following figure.

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After that, save and close the file. On the displayed Huawei CM Express page, click Next to
swap data.
Step 5 After data swapping, choose Data Management > Export Incremental Scripts on the
Huawei CM Express page to export the swapping scripts, as shown in the following figure.

On the displayed Export Incremental Scripts page, select the script export directory, as
shown in the following figure.

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The scripts of both the BSC6900 and the BSC32 are exported. Subsequently, however, the
script of the BSC6900, that is, MBSC_BSC6900.txt, is required. The script file name
contains the NE name entered in Step 3.

4.2 Running the Swapping Script


Step 1 Copy the exported swapping script of the BSC6900 in Step 5 in section 4.1"Making a
Swapping Script on the CME" to [omu rootpath] \mbsc\bam\version_a\ftp on the created
BSC6900.
Step 2 In the IE address bar on the PC, enter the external IP address of the created BSC6900, connect
to the BSC6900, and run the following command to complete data swapping:
RUN BATCHFILE: SRCF="MBSC_BSC6900.txt", TYPE=ANY_ERR_RETURN,
RSTF="result.txt" , RCDT=REC_ERR;
In the preceding command, the SRCF parameter specifies an MML script file (for example,
MBSC_BSC6900.txt in this guide); the TYPE parameter specifies the scrip running mode
and is recommended set to ANY_ERR_RETURN in this guide to ensure timely error
handling; the RSTF parameter specifies a result file; and the RCDT parameter specifies the
result recording mode and is recommended to set to REC_ERR in this guide.

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