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Step by step to install tn6 p

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Step by step to install tn6 p

  1. 1. 2013 Ahmed Bebars 5/26/2013 Step Procedure to install TN6P
  2. 2. 2| P a g e MLU Project Thanks for everyone help me to write this document, and I hope that help site engineer to know some information around one type of our actions in this project called Mini link upgrade from Mini link to TN6 P
  3. 3. 3| P a g e MLU Project Contents 1. Before Site Access:.......................................................................................................4 i. Site Access Message .................................................................................................4 ii. Risk Assessment.......................................................................................................4 2. Site Survey ...................................................................................................................5 i. Site............................................................................................................................5 ii. Facing.......................................................................................................................8 3. Check Delivery ..........................................................................................................14 4. Installation.................................................................................................................18 5. Configure TN.............................................................................................................21 6. Call 2nd line:..............................................................................................................27 7. Call NMC to Halt Site and effected sites...................................................................27 8. Complete Action ........................................................................................................27 9. Drop E1 Physical .......................................................................................................31 10. Call BEB to Add Node and E1dropping ...............................................................31 11. After finish call NMC to Active sites.....................................................................31 12. Take Acceptance Package .....................................................................................31 APPENDIX A.....................................................................................................................33 APPENDIX B.....................................................................................................................37 APPENDIX C:....................................................................................................................44 APPENDIX D:....................................................................................................................51 APPENDIX E:....................................................................................................................54
  4. 4. 4| P a g e MLU Project 1. Before Site Access: i. Site Access Message Send sign in/out message to 5011 (sign in message format S=xxxx*A=inout) ii. Risk Assessment Write risk assessment
  5. 5. 5| P a g e MLU Project 2. Site Survey i. Site  Placement Check where you will fix TN6 P where magazine need 3U at rack, 1U for each ICF3
  6. 6. 6| P a g e MLU Project  Power PBC 6200 This case connect TN6 P direct with PBC 6200 As fig show PBC 6500 This case connect TN6 P direct with PBC 6500 As fig show Note: if PBC 6500 with C connection (-48V) connect with it direct If PBC 6500 with A, B connection (+24V) connect with it DC Box and from it to TN PBC 6200 TN6 P Black terminal on Straight Red terminal on L terminal PBC 6500 TN6 P
  7. 7. 7| P a g e MLU Project In this case TN6 P Power connector as show in fig with -48 V Source DC BOX (+24V) This case connect TN6 P direct with DC Box (+24 V) As fig show *this fig with any +24 V  Check old Link Check old link parameter with SF6 file (Review APPENDIX B) most important parameter: 1) RSL and Tx power 2) Inventory 3) Tx and Rx frequency Black terminal RED Terminal DC Box TN6 P RED Terminal Black terminal
  8. 8. 8| P a g e MLU Project 4) Link performance  E1 survey Trace each E1 cable if these cable direct to other sites you can check it with End to End  IF Connector Standard or not, if not standard you should change it after halting sites Standard as show in fig ii. Facing  MMU Placement  Check TN release IF cable Washer Jumper Free Position If Link 1+1 we need two free place between them Mark ( ) from Number side R22T18
  9. 9. 9| P a g e MLU Project  TN P.S (Print Screen) and Backup General P.s and Alarm
  10. 10. 10| P a g e MLU Project Press double click on NPU and ETU to get the following screen NPU and ETU P.s
  11. 11. 11| P a g e MLU Project Notification history: Right click on TN and choose view  Notification History         Traffic Routing P.s: right click on TN and choose configure then traffic routing  DCN P.s: PPP: right click on TN and choose configure then choose DCN then choose PPP
  12. 12. 12| P a g e MLU Project       OSPF area: right click on TN and choose configure then choose DCN then OSPF area
  13. 13. 13| P a g e MLU Project Basic NE: Right click on TN and then choose configure then Basic NE Inventory P.s: Right click on TN then tools then inventory Report: right click Tools tab and choose FTP server and press start then choose help tab and press on debug error report you write description and press save after finish you will find this file at C:tn_ftp_home as (.RAR) file this file contain Backup and report
  14. 14. 14| P a g e MLU Project  Check old Link Check old link parameter with SF6 file (Review APPENDIX B) most important parameter: 1) RSL and Tx power 2) Inventory 3) Tx and Rx frequency 4) Link performance  Check IF connector Standard or not, if not standard you should change it after halting sites Standard as show in fig 3. Check Delivery  AMM (Access Module Magazine)  Power Cable and Connector There are two Power connector and Two Power cable IF cable Washer Jumper
  15. 15. 15| P a g e MLU Project  NPU3 C and RMM NPU (Node Processor Unit) RMM (Removable Memory Module) NPU3 C Specification:  One Ethernet Traffic port  One Ethernet Traffic port/LAN  One port support E1 from TR 4A-4D  two user output NPU: can support 4E1 and it responsible main function, Contain internal memory to save main parameter for Magazine and Routing table RMM: it takes copy from NPU internal memory  ETU2 B or LTU 12/1 (Optional) LTU 12/1: use to support three group and each group support four E1 There are Traffic cable uses to distribute these E1 on ICF (Interconnection Frame), from ICF to RBS (Radio Base station) ETU: use to support Packet data ETU (Ethernet Terminal Unit) RMM rmm
  16. 16. 16| P a g e MLU Project  LTU 32/1 (Optional) LTU 32/1: use to support eight group and each group support four E1 There are Traffic cable uses to distribute these E1 on ICF (Interconnection Frame), from ICF to RBS (Radio Base station)  MMU 2H MMU2 H (Modem Unit): It support maximum air interface traffic capacity of up to 406 Mbps MMU2 H supports up to 512 QAM modulations. 256 QAM with channel spacing 56 MHZ support 80 E1  Two PFU3 B PFU (Power Filter Unit): it distributes primary power to the plug-in units in the AMM through the backplane. There are two PFU, one is redundant for other NOTE: at least you should have on LTU card (LTU 12/1 or LTU32/1) for physical E1 dropping This mean MMU work with +24V or -48 V, so TN6P can work with +24 V or -48 V This mean MMU work with Volt -48 V So TN6P need power source -48V only
  17. 17. 17| P a g e MLU Project  FAU (FAN Unit) used for Cooling  Earth cable and washer and Screw& Nut 13mmØ  Dummy  ICF and Traffic cable *Eight traffic cable (if LTU32/1) NOTE: main Component to collect TN6P: 1. NPU 2. LTU (LTU12/1 or LTU32/1 3. MMU 4. FAN + Two PFU3B+ Power cable 5. ICF + traffic cable
  18. 18. 18| P a g e MLU Project  Additional Material Washer, heat shrink, Metal Connector and other material please check APPENDIX D 4. Installation TN Power Source explained in (section Site Survey/Power) Recommendation position for Modules in TN6P C PFU 3 B FAU NPU LTU 32/1
  19. 19. 19| P a g e MLU Project At TMR 9202: At TMR 9206
  20. 20. 20| P a g e MLU Project SIAE Rack Review Appendix E to know how install cables and TN cabinet
  21. 21. 21| P a g e MLU Project 5. Configure TN Use USB to Mini cable to connect with AMM through USB Mini port in NPU Card Now Open Mini-Link craft: NE: 192.168.0.1 User: Control_user Password: ericsson
  22. 22. 22| P a g e MLU Project  Software Upgrade Before any Update or Back up you should start FTP server (APPENDIX C) At first time when you start TN 6P Right Click on TN and choose tools and select software upgrade Select on Local Server User name and Password set Anonymous if use BPFTP server and set default if use embedded FTP server inside Mini link Craft Choose R22T18 from list Note: Link contain TN R4: http://www.mediafire.com/download/1yexjr2zn6jimzh/tn_ftp_home.7z.001 http://www.mediafire.com/download/ancpam2gj9g814r/tn_ftp_home.7z.002
  23. 23. 23| P a g e MLU Project Press apply and then next Then press apply and Next
  24. 24. 24| P a g e MLU Project After upgrade finish press Activate (message appear press OK)  Configure Basic NE and OSPF and PPP Right click on CN and choose configure then Basic NE NE name: TN01-site number NE Location: Area name for example (obour) IP address: IP from address sheet for example: 10.250.5.25
  25. 25. 25| P a g e MLU Project NE subnet mask: according to IP sheet for example: 255.255.255.248 Continent: Africa City: Cairo Date and Time: set date and time To Hide License error: open any explorer and write 10.0.0.1 and user name: Control_user, password: ericsson Choose configure tab then Basic NE, press check Mark on *Hide License errors *Hide License Warning Then make Warm restart for AMM: press Right click on TN and choose tools then restart; there are two type of restart: Warm restart: Not distribute traffic Cold Restart: distribute traffic How read IP sheet and extract IP and subnet mask: It mean Subnet mask 255.255.255.248 TN IP
  26. 26. 26| P a g e MLU Project Right Click on TN and choose Configure then DCN choose PPP Right click on TN and choose configure then DCN choose OSPF How find OSPF IP from IP sheet: Show MMU position Mark on UP for MMU fix
  27. 27. 27| P a g e MLU Project 6. Call 2nd line: Call them and tell them your action upgrade from Mini link or SIAE to TN to send mail to BEB team 7. Call NMC to Halt Site and effected sites Tell those halt your site (Site, Co and G) and all sites with it in mail, after him replay to you can connect jumper with MMU on TN and complete action 8. Complete Action  Jumper Connected Connect jumper on MMU  RAU Software upgrade Open Mini link craft and right click on TN then choose tools then Software upgrade (Choose upgrade modules) It mean Subnet mask 255.255.255.248 It is Net address Area ID
  28. 28. 28| P a g e MLU Project  Configure Radio Link Open Mini link craft to configure Radio Link Right click on MMU then choose configure radio link MMU ID at Sf6 Check mark Read Tx type in SF6 Choose it Channel B.W at SF6 Determine from Capacity and Modulation in SF6 E1 number from capacity at SF6 Choose it 6B Choose it from Tx frequency Read it from Tx Power at SF6Tx on Choose -70 and 10^-6 always
  29. 29. 29| P a g e MLU Project How read SF6 file to configure radio link MMU ID: if you configure radio link at site 211 terminal ID 594F and Far end ID 594E Capacity: 17E1, so rate= 2.048*17 = 35 Mb/S At Tx type: TN MMU2H (1+0) 38GHZ R2N After end configuration at two sides check received power and if it in range show in SF6 file or not (Accept if Rx+/- 3 dBm) It mean RAU 2N Link 1+0 no protectionMMU type: MMU2H It mean install TN6P
  30. 30. 30| P a g e MLU Project Before call BEB check if TN6P managed or not: Open start menu and write cmd at RUN menu and press enter Write telnet magazine IP and press enter, (password: Ericsson) TN6P-0211 > ping Router IP (Always end with .29) Show Tx and Rx power This IP that you need ping on it to check if Magazine management
  31. 31. 31| P a g e MLU Project Print screen show that magazine managed: 9. Drop E1 Physical 10.Call BEB to Add Node and E1dropping Call BEB and tell him that you want add Magazine to management and tell him IP, then tell him E1 dropping as example (if LTU 32/1 Pos6) "dropping at LTU 32/1 pos6, 1A for site, 1B for site Expansion, 1C for Co, 1D and 2A for G) *site it mean GSM Band 900MHZ *Co it means GSM 1800 *G it mean 3G 11.After finish call NMC to Active sites 12.Take Acceptance Package E1 cable
  32. 32. 32| P a g e MLU Project Finish your Acceptance label and take your Package as show in APPENDIX A for Acceptance NOTE: Don't forget BNC Connector Video to see sample on this link http://www.mediafire.com/download/h4yp0d55kitny78/Cut_over_video.7z
  33. 33. 33| P a g e MLU Project APPENDIX A Acceptance label AMM: MMU Label Label on jumper: Label on IF cable: DIR site # MMU type DIR site # RAU # Jumper connector DIR Site # RAU #
  34. 34. 34| P a g e MLU Project Traffic cable label: If traffic cable from NPU If traffic cable from LTU 12/1 If traffic cable from LTU 32/1 AMM IP label: Power cable label: If source DC Box If source PBC 6200 If Source PBC 6500 C Connection A,B connection Label on Source C.B NPU 3C pos 7 ICF3 TR #A-#D TR #A-#D LTU 12/1 pos 8 ICF3 TR #A-#D TR #A-#D LTU 32/1 pos 6 ICF3 TR #A-#D TR #A-#D IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Mask: 255.255.255.XXX TN6 P DC Box PFU 3B pos# DC (+24V) C.B# TN6 P PBC6200 PFU 3B pos# DC (-48V) C.B# TN6 P PBC6500 PFU 3B pos# DC (-48V) C.B# TN6 P PBC6200 PFU 3B pos# DC (+24V) C.B# TN6 P port #
  35. 35. 35| P a g e MLU Project ICF Label: Show Facing Site ID Template photo for site (take after your package complete photo+ Video+ print screen): Show main earth path DIR Site # NOTE: Complete Package for sites on link: http://www.mediafire.com/download/9uhucr60hb818az/Site-211-PCK.7z Main earth
  36. 36. 36| P a g e MLU Project Photo show Roxtec Photo show IF cable path Photo show top of cabinet clear Show C earth cable
  37. 37. 37| P a g e MLU Project APPENDIX B Access Mini link E and take P.S You should have Windows XP and MSM Program (Mini Link Service Manager) and USB to Serial cable *Cable need driver install Open MSM Program: password 1111 O&M Port that connect USB to serial cable in it
  38. 38. 38| P a g e MLU Project The following fig appear Press on config tab and choose communication To know COM port should be choose Set COM port
  39. 39. 39| P a g e MLU Project Presses right click on My Computer and choose properties Choose Device Manager Find USB to Serial cable define on port (COM3) Choose it
  40. 40. 40| P a g e MLU Project Now press on Network tab and choose scan local After link open find the following fig Press here to show link
  41. 41. 41| P a g e MLU Project Take P.S for General link Right click on link ID and Choose AM Setup and take P.S
  42. 42. 42| P a g e MLU Project Take P.S for HOP Setup: Right click on Link ID and choose HOP setup Right click on link ID and choose Performance then inventory
  43. 43. 43| P a g e MLU Project Performance P.S
  44. 44. 44| P a g e MLU Project APPENDIX C: How opne FTP server Use External FTP server called BPFTP Open FTP server (file and transfer protocol), prepare FTP at first time Main screen for FTP: Press on user account to create user (anonymous), when press on it will appear the following picture
  45. 45. 45| P a g e MLU Project Press Ok Press right click on user account space and choose add
  46. 46. 46| P a g e MLU Project Write user name (anonymous)
  47. 47. 47| P a g e MLU Project Press right click on Access right and choose add Select Folder C:tn_ftp_home as show in fig.
  48. 48. 48| P a g e MLU Project After end of selection set check box as follow in picture and set login and password then select folder path and press ok After end of preparation press on connect icon
  49. 49. 49| P a g e MLU Project Second Method: Right click on tools tab and choose FTP server After choose FTP server the following fig. appear Press check mark on it Press on it to start FTP server
  50. 50. 50| P a g e MLU Project Now FTP server work Note: you should take copy from file tn_ftp_home and past it in C: File link: http://www.mediafire.com/download/ancpam2gj9g814r/tn_ftp_home.7z.002 http://www.mediafire.com/download/1yexjr2zn6jimzh/tn_ftp_home.7z.001
  51. 51. 51| P a g e MLU Project APPENDIX D: Needed material:
  52. 52. 52| P a g e MLU Project
  53. 53. 53| P a g e MLU Project 8 Plastic cable Tie Black and white with different size 9 cable terminal 13 mm Ø 6 mm Ø
  54. 54. 54| P a g e MLU Project APPENDIX E: Make sure there is 2U to install two ICF3, 3U to install TN6P cabinet Cooling requirement to fix TN6P at Sub rack When installed in a cabinet there must be at least 30 mm free space behind the sub rack for sufficient air flow Fixed TN6P C as shown in fig 1. Fit the four captive nuts to the rack. 2. Fit the sub rack in the rack and tighten the screws.
  55. 55. 55| P a g e MLU Project Fit earth cable: Insert RMM in NPU card: Fit ICF3: TOP
  56. 56. 56| P a g e MLU Project Plug in NPU card: Label
  57. 57. 57| P a g e MLU Project Fit Power cable: Power connector component: Strip the jacket L approximately 35 mm (3.5 Cm) Attach the two strain relief halves around the jacket. Use two B (size 9). Then fit two strain relief A Connector casing F Contact sleeve B Strain relief half, size 9 G Contact socket C Strain relief half, size 7 H Locking screw D Strain relief half, size 5 E Strain relief half, size 4
  58. 58. 58| P a g e MLU Project Remove the aluminum sheet and shielded Cutting and Stripping the Wires  Leave 18 mm (1.8 Cm) of the black wire and 30 mm (3 Cm) of the red wire.  Strip the wires 7 mm (0.7 Cm). Fitting the Contact Sleeve Crimping the Contact Sleeve Inserting the Contact Sleeves into the Contact Socket *Note: Position of Red and Black cable according to Power Source (Review Power Source at this Pdf) Red cable Black cable
  59. 59. 59| P a g e MLU Project Assembling the Connector Caution: don't fix power cable at C.B on, make sure it off Fix traffic cable in LTU card: Wire bridge it is very important

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