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iPECS-MG Training – Maintenance

Power Point presentation for Maintenance of LG-Ericsson iPECS-MG. This is Part 9 from iPECS-MG Training Materials.


iPECS-MG Maintenance — Presentation Transcript

  1. MaintenanceBusiness EnabledCommunications
  2. Contents• System Maintenance by Web-Admin • Maintenance & Diagnostic by Web-Admin Maintenance Overview by Web-Admin Log Files Station/CO Line Status & System KSU Status System Gain & Cadence Control Lock-Key Install • Sylk File Support Numbering Management with Sylk file System Speed & Digit Conversion Table Management with Sylk file• Trace & Maintenance •Connection Type & Access Procedure • System Monitoring & System Maintenance• System Recovery
  3. Maintenance/Diagnostic by Web-Admin Maintenance Overview by Web-Admin – Web Maintenance most of Menu is similar to LIK System series. Database Up/Download, SMDR, Sylk files, Trace, Gain&Cadence Control, Appliances Control… etc
  4. Maintenance/Diagnostic by Web-Admin MPB Fault Log Files – MG System save automatically Fault Log information, when system reset by some Error Case. – Administrator can check These information at MPB Log and Sys Log menu in Trace tab
  5. Maintenance/Diagnostic by Web-Admin System Log Files – MG System save automatically system fault log and board abnormal operation log. – And System save booting information. – Administrator can check These information at MPB Log and Sys Log menu in Trace tab MPB S/W Version ACT2 Booting Status ACT2 DSP Firmware Version Boot OS S/W Version MPB S/W Compressed Date
  6. Maintenance/Diagnostic by Web-Admin GW & Devices Log Files – MG System save automatically Internal Boards or External Devices reset log. – Each Devices Current Status and Self or Command Reset Data will be displayed. – Administrator can check These information at GW & Devices Log menu in Trace tab
  7. Maintenance/Diagnostic by Web-Admin Station/CO Line Status & System KSU Status – Administrator can monitor CO Line Status or Station Status. – System whole status can be checked . CO Line Status Station Line Status
  8. Maintenance/Diagnostic by Web-Admin Station/CO Line Status & System KSU Status System KSU Status KSU Power Status KSU FAN Status
  9. Maintenance/Diagnostic by Web-Admin System Gain & Cadence Control – Administrator can control all of system Gain Rule at Web Maintenance menu. ( TDM Base Gain / DSP Gain / RTP Gain / SLT Ring Cadence / ACNR Tone Cadence )
  10. Maintenance/Diagnostic by Web-Admin Lock-Key Install – Administrator can install Lock-Key to MG System at Web Appliances Control menu Current Installed Lock-Key
  11. Text Database Management – MG System support to save Numbering table as sylk file for managing at administrator PC. – Sylk file can be opened by Excel-Program, it is more useful to check and managing data. – Save Sylk file also can upload to other iPECS-MG System from PC. – Notice: 1. Sylk file is not same excel file, so all of modify method can not be supported by Excel-Program 2. When download data as Sylk file, don’t change value [fixed field] column. Administrator can save Numbering data System speed data Digit conversion data as Sylk-file to their PC
  12. Text Database Management Numbering Management with Sylk file – iPECS-MG Numbering rule is composed with 3 type of main Numbering Plan. ( Sys-Numbering Plan, Station Numbering and Feature Numbering Plan ) – Sys-Numbering Plan sylk file format is similar to admin information PGM111 – Station Numbering sylk file format is similar to admin information PGM112 – Feature Numbering Plan sylk file format is similar to same admin information PGM113~PGM115Download Numbering Sylk File Upload Numbering Sylk File When the new System-Numbering Plan is uploaded, all of Flexible Station Number & Feature Numbering Plan will be deleted.
  13. Text Database Management System Speed Dial & Digit Conversion Table Management with Sylk file – System Speed Dial & Digit conversion Table can be save as Sylk file – System Speed Dial Sylk file format is similar to admin information PGM257 – Digit Conversion Sylk file format is similar to admin information PGM251Download System Speed Dial Sylk File Upload system Speed Dial Sylk File
  14. Text Database Management Sylk file (Example) Download System Numbering SYLK file Download Feature Numbering SYLK file
  15. Trace & Maintenance Connection Type Overview – iPECS-MG System support 3 kinds of connection methods from PC to MPB for monitoring system 1. Serial Connection 2. Modem Connection 3. TCP/IP Connection – In case of TCP/IP Connection, max 5 Port can be connected at the same time. – TCP/IP Connection default TCP port number is 5003. ex) 10.10.10.1:5003 – iPECS-MG System support to connection from PC to each internal IPP boards through MPB IP. – Internal board IP Connection default TCP port number start from 5102~5118. – TCP Port is decided by slot number. Ex)VOIB is inserted slot 2 then TCP port is 5102 > 10.10.10.1:5102 TCP/IP Connection for Internal Boards TCP/IP Connection 10.10.10.1:5003 Slot02: 10.10.10.1:5102 Slot03: 10.10.10.1:5103 : Serial Connection Slot17: 10.10.10.1:5117 Slot18: 10.10.10.1:5118
  16. Trace & Maintenance TCP Connection to MPB & Internal Board (Example) Connection MPB with 5003 TCP port Connection Slot6 VMIB Board with 5106 TCP port Internal Board Access Password : rjannie
  17. Trace & Maintenance Access Procedure 1 Serial Connection  Be sure PC application port is not assigned to serial port that you want to connect.  For trace, program print port to the proper serial port(PGM 231 – BTN 6).  Connect using hyper terminal or other terminal program. 2 LAN Connection  Be sure PC application port is not assigned to telnet.  Program IP address of the system(PGM 108 – BTN 1, BTN 3).  Reset the system with DIP Switch 1 at ON position.  For trace, program print port to telnet(PGM 231 – BTN 6).  Connect via telnet. 3 Modem Connection  Be sure PC application port is not assigned to MODU.  For trace, program print port to MODU(PGM 231 – BTN 6).  Connect via modem.
  18. Trace & Maintenance System Monitoring To enter into system monitoring mode  ENTER PASSWORD: jennie mon> Example: iPECS-MG MPB300 System Version iPECS-MG/GS56MxA.0Av NOV/09 Checksum: 0 Dsp Version: 1.0(08/11/14) DATE: 11/13/09 TIME: 11:15:57 SITE NAME: You are on STDIN ENTER PASSWORD: ****** mon>
  19. Trace & Maintenance System Monitoring (Trace Command) Trace Mask Setting mon > tm XXXX => Trace Mask by Feature Trace Target Setting mon > t XX => Trace Print Target Trace Mask Help Menu (tm ?) Trace Target Help Menu (t ?)
  20. Trace & Maintenance System Monitoring (Trace Command) tm command (feature based) tm all – enable all trace mask tm -all – disable all trace mask tm clear – clear all trace mask tm show – show all trace mask tm call – enable all call message trace mask tm 0010 – enable trace 0010 tm -0010 – disable trace 0010 tm state(st) – enable all state trace mask tm substate(ss) – enable all substate trace mask Trace Mask Feature Overview TID_IPKTS_CMD: 0x0010 TID_IPKTS_EVT: 0x0011 TID_COM_TONE : 0x0014 TID_MSG_TRACE: 0x0015 TID_STN_COMMSG:0x1000 TID_MDN_COMMSG: 0x1100 TID_TRK_COMMSG: 0x1200 TID_VMB_COMMSG: 0x2000 TID_CAL_STN: 0x1001 TID_CAL_MDN: 0x1101 TID_CAL_TRK: 0x2001 TID_CAL_VMB: 0x2001 TID_NIPP_CMD: 0x9200 TID_NIPP_EVT: 0x2000
  21. Trace & Maintenance System Monitoring (Trace Command) t command (device based) t all – enable all port trace mask t -all – disable all port trace mask t clear – clear all port trace mask t show – show all port trace mask t showtime – print timestamp every minnute (Default ON) t -showtime – disable print timestamp every minnute t 10 – enable DEV10 port trace t -10 – disable DEV10 port trace t s 100 – enable STN 100 trace t s -100 – disable STN 100 trace tc1 – enable COL 1 trace t c -1 – disable COL 1 trace t m 100 – enable MDN Number 100 trace t m -100 – disable MDN Number 100 trace t vstn – enable all VSTN trace t b <slot_no> – set slot trace
  22. Trace & Maintenance System Monitoring (Monitor Command) 1) conf all : All Conference Internal Information 2) ds/dc : Same as bs, bc in maint mode 3) dw : Wtib information 4) hd : All Hot Desk information 5) p s, p v : Print port setting , view 6) vm info : vmib current status 7) term com [index] : basic port information (Index – station: 0~323, trk 648~847, based on 300) 8) term stn [index] : station internal information 9) term trk [index] : trk internal memory information
  23. Trace & Maintenance System Maintenance To enter into system monitoring mode  ENTER PASSWORD: brandy maint>
  24. Trace & Maintenance System Maintenance 1) ksu : Each KSU Installed Information 2) bs : System Configuration table 3) bs (slot#) : Board & Devices State 4) bc : System Configuration with State & Channel Order 5) ts show : Time slot Configuration 6) Ts check : Time slot Current Connection 7) system meminfo : System Dram Usage Report 8) system mtdinfo : System NAND Flash Area Information 9) log view last : Last System reboot log 10) log view raw : All of System reboot log 11) slog view : MP S/W Booting message will be displayed 12) Slog clear : Delete S/W Booting message 13) ver : Boot & MP S/W Version 14) reset 0 : System Reset 15) ts check : monitor current timeslot switching
  25. System Recovery Memory Structure – MG 100/300 have 1 NOR Flash and 1 NAND Flash memories – MG 300 has 8Mbyte SRAM and 128Mbyte DRAM Memories – MG 100 has 4Mbyte SRAM and 64Mbyte DRAM Memories 512K Boot Image 4M MG300 / 8M (DSP + Kernel #2) MG100 / 4M 3520K (DataBase) (DSP+Kernel #1) [8M / 4M SRAM] 64K Environment Area MG300 / 128M MG100 / 128M [4M NOR FLASH] 124M (Working Memory) (Root File System) [128M NAND FLASH] [128M / 128M DRAM]
  26. System Recovery Recovery Files – To Recover MG completely, it needs 4 Files and TFTP program. 1) Boot image 2) DSP+Kernel #1 image (for NOR Flash) 3) DSP+Kernel #2 image (for NAND Flash, it will be activated when DSP+Kernel#1 in NOR Flash is crashed) 4) Root File System DSP+Kernel#1 DSP+Kernel#2 Boot image Root File System (NOR Flash) (NAND Flash) iPECS-MG300 mpb300.bin 56M_Kernel.rom 56M_kernel.yaffs mg300.yaffs iPECS-MG100 Mpb100.bin 55M_Kernel.rom 55M_kernel.yaffs mg100.yaffs
  27. System Recovery Recovery Files -. TFTP Server Program * Install TFTP Server program on PC and run tftpd32 program (user can download tftp server program from http://tftpd32.jounin.net/) * Set TFTP Server Directory by use the browse button (example: C:tftp_server) * Store mpb300/100.bin, 56/55M_Kernel.rom, 56/55M_Kernel.yaffs, Mg300/100.yaffs to Server Directory (C:tftp_server)
  28. System Recovery Procedure -. Connect PC and iPECS-MG with Serial Port -. Turn iPECS-MG on and press [Ctrl+C] as quick as to log in boot mode. MPB300/100-Boot>
  29. System Recovery Procedure -. To check the current system’s boot environment. MPB300/100-Boot> printenv
  30. System Recovery Procedure -. Set IP range of iPECS-MG to 10.10.10.xx and PC to 10.10.10.xx` (We assume that iPECS-MG has 10.10.10.1 and PC has 10.10.10.100) -. Set file name to get from TFTP Server Change IP address of iPECS MG Set Server IP to PC IP Address that hasTFTP server program Set File name to get from PC
  31. System Recovery Procedure -. Apply changed value (commit) update MG300-Boot> update select 2 (ARMBoot Env) select 1 (NOR Flash) press 2 press 1
  32. System Recovery Procedure -. Run TFTPd32 Server from PC -. Copy 4 files to C:tftp_server
  33. System Recovery Procedure-. Update Boot Image using TFTP MPB300-Boot> update select 0 (ARMBoot) select 1 (NOR Flash) select 1 (TFTP)
  34. System Recovery Procedure-. Update DSP+Kernel#1 to NOR using TFTP MPB300-Boot> update select 4 (Kernel) select 0 (NOR Flash) select 1 (TFTP)
  35. System Recovery Procedure-. Update RootFs to NAND using TFTP MPB300-Boot> update select 3 (RFS) select 1 (NAND Flash) select 1 (TFTP)
  36. System Recovery Procedure-. Update DSP+Kernel#2 to NAND A. Change File Name of Kernel B. Apply Change Value C. Get 56M_Kernel.yaffs from PC D. Revert File Name of Kernel for Kernel#1 A. MPB300-Boot> setenv kernelname 56M_Kenel.yaffs B. MPB300-Boot > update select 2 (ARMBoot Env) select 1 (NOR Flash)
  37. System Recovery ProcedureC. MPB300-Boot > update select 4 (Kernel) select 1 (NAND Flash) select 1 (TFTP)D. MPB300-Boot > setenv kernelname 56M_Kernel.rom MPB300-Boot > update select 2 (ARMBoot Env) select 1 (NOR Flash)
  38. System Recovery Procedure -. Reset iPECS-MG System after updating 4 files.

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