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   Summary of Contents for Cisco ASR 5000 Series

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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Network Initiated Iu Connection Release Procedure ..................33 Supported Standards ............................... 36 3GPP References ............................... 36 IETF References ..............................36 ITU-T Recommendations ..........................39 Object Management Group (OMG) Standards ....................39 Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

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    DHCP Service Engineering Rules .......................... 86 HNB-GW Engineering Rules ..........................87 Lawful Intercept Engineering Rules ........................88 MBMS Bearer Service Engineering Rules ......................89 Service Engineering Rules ............................. 90 ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 5: About This Guide

    About this Guide This document pertains to features and functionality that run on and/or that are related to the Cisco® ASR 5000 Chassis, formerly the Starent Networks ST40. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 6: Conventions Used

    Required keywords and variables are surrounded by grouped brackets. Required keywords and variables are those components that are required to be entered as part of the command syntax. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

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    (also known as a pipe filter). Pipe filters can be used in conjunction with required or optional keywords or variables. For example: Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 8: Contacting Customer Support

    Use the information in this section to contact customer support. For New Customers: Refer to the support area of http://www.cisco.com for up-to-date product documentation or to submit a service request. A valid username and password is required to this site. Please contact your local sales or service representative for additional information.

  • Page 9: Hnb Gateway In Umts Network

    Chapter 1 HNB Gateway in UMTS Network The Cisco® ASR 5000 Platform provides 3GPP wireless carriers with a flexible solution that functions as an Home NodeB Gateway (HNB-GW) in HNB Access Network to connect UEs with existing UMTS networks. The Home NodeB Gateway is the HNB access network gateway used to connect the Home NodeBs (HNBs) to access the existing wireless network.

  • Page 10: Product Description

    The other approach is to connect the Femtocell to an IMS Network to provide CS services to subscribers when on the Femtocell and deploy a new network element generically called a Convergence Server to provide service continuity and ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 11: Hnb Access Network Elements

    Iuh User plane Transport Bearer Handling Iu Link Management Functions MPORTANT Some of the features may not be available in this release. Kindly contact your local Cisco representative for more information on supported features. HNB Access Network Elements This section provides the brief description and functionality of various network elements involved in the UMTS Femto access network.

  • Page 12: Security Gateway (segw)

    Iuh user-plane Management functions Security Gateway (SeGW) Security Gateway is a logical entity in Cisco HNB-GW. Basic function of this entity are; 1) authentication of HNB and 2) providing access to HMS and HNB-GW This entity terminates the secure tunnelling for Iuh and TR-069 between HNB and HNB-GW and HMS respectively.

  • Page 13: Product Specification

    System Management Cards (SMC): Provides full system control and management of all cards within the ASR 5000 platform. Up to two SMC can be installed; one active, one redundant. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 14: Operating System Requirements

    LTE/SAE services is located in the Hardware Platform Overview chapter of the Product Overview Guide. Operating System Requirements The HNB-GW is available for ASR 5000 running StarOS™ Release 10.0 or later. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 15: Network Deployment And Interfaces

    B ro a d ca st S e rvice s Iu -B C Supported Interfaces In support of both mobile and network originated subscriber UE contexts, the HNB-GW provides the following network interface support: Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

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    IKEv2 (Internet Key Exchange v2) and IPsec (IP Security) protocols to authenticate the operator and subscriber and then guarantee the privacy of the data exchanged. One TR-069 interface can be configured per HNB node. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 17: Features And Functionality - Base Software

    Access Network; UTRAN architecture for 3G Home NodeB; Stage 2 (Release 8) 3GPP TS 25.469 V8.1.0 (2009-03): 3rd Generation Partnership Project; Technical Specification Group Radio Access Network; UTRAN Iuh interface Home Node B Application Part (HNBAP) signalling (Release 8) Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 18: Hnb Management Function

    These functions enable secure user and device level authentication between the authenticator component of the HNB- GW and a 3GPP HSS/AuC and Diameter-based Wm interface support. This section describes following features: Authentication and Key Agreement (AKA) 3GPP AAA Server Support ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 19: Authentication And Key Agreement (aka)

    Any unauthenticated traffic from the HNB shall be filtered out at the SeGW System Management Features This section describes following features: Management System Overview Bulk Statistics Support Threshold Crossing Alerts (TCA) Support ANSI T1.276 Compliance Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 20: Management System Overview

    Can be easily integrated with higher-level network, service, and business layer applications using the Object Management Group's (OMG’s) Interface Definition Language (IDL) The following figure demonstrates these various element management options and how they can be utilized within the wireless carrier network. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 21: Bulk Statistics Support

    When used in conjunction with the Web Element Manager, the data can be parsed, archived, and graphed. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 22: Threshold Crossing Alerts (tca) Support

    The alert is generated then generated and/or sent at the end of the polling interval. Thresholding reports conditions using one of the following mechanisms: ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 23: Ansi T1.276 Compliance

    RADIUS and SSH which are dependent on external elements. ANSI T1.276 compliance in such cases will be the domain of the external element. ANSI T1.276 guidelines will only be implemented for locally configured operators. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 24: Features And Functionality - Licensed Enhanced Feature Software

    HNB Gateway in UMTS Network ▀ Features and Functionality - Licensed Enhanced Feature Software Features and Functionality - Licensed Enhanced Feature Software ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 25: How Hnb-gw Works

    This section describes the call flow for HNB provisioning and registration procedure. The following figure and the text that follows describe the message flow for HNB provisioning and registration with HNB-GW procedure. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

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    HNB Location Information: The HNB provides location information via use of one or more of the following mechanisms: detected macro coverage information (e.g. GERAN and/or UMTS cell information) geographical co-ordinates (e.g. via use of GPS, etc) ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 27: Ue Registration Procedure

    This procedure is applicable for non-CSG UEs or HNBs. The following figure and the text that follows describe the message flow for UE registration procedure of Non-CSG UEs or Non-CSG HNBs: Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

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    1. Upon camping on the HNB, the UE initiates an initial NAS procedure (e.g. LU Procedure) by establishing an RRC connection with the HNB. UE capabilities are reported to the HNB as part of the RRC Connection establishment procedure. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 29: Ue Registration Procedure Of Csg Ues And Csg Or Hybrid Hnbs

    This procedure is applicable for CSG UEs and CSG or Hybrid HNBs. The following figure and the text that follows describe the message flow of UE registration procedure for CSG UEs and CSG or Hybrid HNBs.. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

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    3. The HNB checks UE capabilities provided in step 1, if these indicate that CSG is supported and if the identity of the UE (provided during RRC Connection Establishment) is unknown at the HNB being accessed, i.e. no ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 31: Iu Connection Procedures

    This procedure is applicable for establishment of Iuh and Iu-PS/CS connection between HNB to HNB-GW and HNB- GW to SGSN/MSC in core network. The following figure and the text that follows describe the message flow for an Iu connection establishment procedure. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

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    4. The UE then continue with the authentication and security procedures towards the CN, via HNB and the HNB- 5. The SGSN/MSC performs Direct Transfer procedure with HNB-GW and sends SCCP-DATA-FORM1 REQ to HNB-GW. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 33: Network Initiated Iu Connection Release Procedure

    This procedure is applicable for release of Iuh and Iu-PS/CS connection between HNB to HNB-GW and HNB-GW to SGSN/MSC in core network. The following figure and the text that follows describe the message flow for an Iu connection release procedure initiated by CN (SGSN/MSC). Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

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    3. On reception of RANAP Iu Release command in RUA-DIRECT-TRANSFER message the HNB triggers the RCC Connection Release procedure and responds to HNB-GW with RANAP Iu Release Complete command in RUA-DISCONNECT Response message. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

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    7. After successful completion of RUA-DISCONNECT procedure and Iuh connection release, HNB-GW sends SCCP-RELEASE-COMPLETE message to CN and HNB-GW confirms the Iu-PS/CS connection released between HNB-GW and CN. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 36: Supported Standards

    RFC-894, A Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams over Ethernet Networks, April 1984 RFC-1089, SNMP over Ethernet, February 1989 RFC-1144, Compressing TCP/IP headers for low-speed serial links, February 1990 ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

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    RFC-2005, Applicability Statement for IP Mobility Support, October 1996 RFC-2118, Microsoft Point-to-Point Compression (MPPC) Protocol, March 1997 RFC 2131, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol RFC-2136, Dynamic Updates in the Domain Name System (DNS UPDATE) Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

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    RFC-2868, RADIUS Attributes for Tunnel Protocol Support, June 2000 RFC-2869, RADIUS Extensions, June 2000 RFC-3007, Secure Domain Name System (DNS) Dynamic Update, November 2000 RFC-3012, Mobile IPv4 Challenge/Response Extensions, November 2000 ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 39: Itu-t Recommendations

    ITU-T Recommendation Q.2150.1 AAL type 2 signaling transport converter on broadband MTP ITU-T Recommendation E.164 - The international public telecommunication numbering plan ITU-T Recommendation E.191 - B-ISDN addressing Object Management Group (OMG) Standards CORBA 2.6 Specification 01-09-35,Object Management Group Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 41: Understanding The Service Operation

    Prior to connecting to the command line interface (CLI) and beginning the system's configuration, there are important things to understand about how the system supports these applications. This chapter provides terminology and background information that must be considered before attempting to configure the system. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 42: Terminology

    For administrative users, authentication functionality can either be configured in the local context or be authenticated in the same context as subscribers. Local context: This is the default context on the system used to provide out-of-band management functionality. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 43: Logical Interfaces

    Gn: This interface is the reference point between HNB-GW and GGSN. It is used by the HNB-GW to communicate with GGSNs on the same GPRS/UMTS Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN). Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 44: Bindings

    MSCs where CS-domain Iu- connections shall be routed. In a typical deployment HNB-GW is connected to only one MSC. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

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    Iuh interface it must be configured in the same context as HNB- GW; i.e. source context. Following figure illustrates the relationship between services, interfaces, and contexts within the HNB-GW system for HNB access 3G UMTS networks. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

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    The system determines the configuration used in destination context based on the parameter contained within the information received from HNB and also the configuration in HNB-GW service. The AAA context or AAA configuration in source context uses that context for subscriber authentication. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 47: Hnb-gw Service Configuration Procedures

    Access Control List configuration, use of inappropriate port number may result in communication loss. Refer respective feature configuration document carefully before assigning any port number or IP address for communication with internal or external network. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 48: Information Required To Configure The System As An Hnb-gw

    Open or encrypted passwords can be used. administrator password Remote access The type of remote access that will be used to access the system such as telnetd, sshd, and/or ftpd. type(s) ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 49: Required System-level Configuration Information

    A peer server id configuration may contain: Routing context for peer server to use Self point code in SS7 type address Operational Mode Peer Server Process (PSP) instance Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

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    HNB-GW is to be connected to only one MSC with in a CS network or as default MSC for all HNBs connected through specific HNB-CS network instance. Packet Switched Network Configuration ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 51: Required Source Context Configuration Information

    17/1 identifies connector number 1 on the card in slot 17. A single physical port can facilitate multiple interfaces. Gateway IP address Used when configuring static IP routes from the management interface(s) to a specific network. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

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    Mobile Country Code (MCC): The MCC can be configured to any integer value from 0 to 999. Network (PLMN) Mobile Network Code (MNC): The MNC can be configured to any integer value from 0 to 999. Identifiers ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 53: Required Destination Context Configuration Information

    Required Description Information Destination An identification string from 1 to 79 characters (alpha and/or numeric) by which the destination context will context name be recognized by the system. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

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    An identification string from 1 to 63 characters (alpha and/or numeric) by which the RTP pool can be identified on the system to allocate RTP IP address over IuCS towards CS core networks. It is to be associated with PS network configuration. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 55: Rtp Pool Configuration

    > is name of the IP pool configured in destination context named < > and to be associated with CS Network Configuration to allocate RTP end point address towards CS network over IuCS interface. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 56: Rtp Ip Pool Configuration Verification

    Verify that your IPv4 address pool configured properly by entering the following command in Exec Mode: The output from this command will look similar to the sample shown below. In this example all IP pools were configured in the context. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

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    HNB-GW Service Configuration Procedures RTP Pool Configuration ▀ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 58: Hnb Gw Service Configuration

    Save your configuration as described in the Verifying and Saving Your Configuration chapter. Iuh Interface Configuration Use the following example to configure the Iuh interfaces in source context: ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 59: Ss7 Routing Domain Configuration

    > is name of the interface which is to be used for Iuh reference between HNB-GW and HNB. SS7 Routing Domain Configuration Use the following example to configure the SS7 routing domain id for HNB-GW service on system: Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 60: Sccp Network Instance Configuration

    Use the following example to configure the GTP-U serivce parameters to provide GTP-U tunnel over Iuh and IuPS itnerface. Separate instances of this service need to be configured for Iuh and IuPS interfaces. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 61: Hnb-ps Network Configuration

    HNB-GW. < > is name of the GTP-U service configured in < > to provide GTP-U tunnel over IuPS interface for packet switched traffic towards PS-CN. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 62: Hnb-cs Network Configuration

    RTP end point address in this CS network over IuCS interface. HNB-GW Service Configuration Use the following example to configure the HNB-GW service on system in source context to provide access to HNBs towards core networks: ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 63: Security Gateway And Crypto Map Template Configuration

    RTP end point address in HNB-GW service over Iuh interface. Security Gateway and Crypto map Template Configuration Use the following example to configure the IPsec profile and Crypto map template enabling SeGW on HNB-GW for IPsec tunneling. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 64: Verifying Hnb-gw Configuration

    This section shows the configuration parameters configured for HNB-GW service. Step 1 Verify that your HNB-GW services were created and configured properly by entering the following command in Exec Mode: ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

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    Step 2 Verify configuration errors of your HNB-GW services by entering the following command in Exec Mode: Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

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    HNB-GW Service Configuration Procedures ▀ HNB GW Service Configuration The output of this command displays current configuration errors and warning information for the target configuration file as specified for HNB-GW service ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 67: Event Ids For Hnb-gw Service

    Network Access Signaling Facility Events 153000-153999 Statistics Facility Events 31000-31999 System Facility Events 1000-1999 System Initiation Task (SIT) Main Facility Events 4000-4999 Threshold Facility Events 61000-61999 Virtual Private Network Facility Events 5000-5999 Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 69: Verifying And Saving Your Configuration

    Chapter 4 Verifying and Saving Your Configuration This chapter describes how to save the system configuration. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 70: Verifying The Configuration

    Using these examples, enter the following commands to verify proper feature configuration: The output displays the complete configuration for the APN. In this example, an APN called apn1 is configured. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 71: Service Configuration

    > The output is a concise listing of the service parameter settings similar to the sample displayed below. In this example, a P-GW service called pgw is configured. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 72: Context Configuration

    This command displays errors it finds within the configuration. For example, if you have created a service named “service1”, but entered it as “srv1” in another part of the configuration, the system displays this error. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

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    You must refine this command to specify particular sections of the configuration. Add the keyword and choose a section from the help menu: If the configuration contains no errors, an output similar to the following is displayed: Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 74: Saving The Configuration

    Files saved locally can be stored in the SPC’s/SMC’s CompactFlash or on an installed PCMCIA memory card on the SPC/SMC. Files that are saved to a remote network node can be transmitted using either FTP, or TFTP. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 75: Saving The Configuration On The Chassis

    (a PC-Card in Slot 1 of the standby SPC/SMC) must be available. Otherwise, a failure message is displayed. Note: If saving the file to an external network (non-local) device, the system disregards this keyword. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

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    To save a configuration file called init_config.cfg to the root directory of a TFTP server with a hostname of config_server, enter the following command: ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 77: Monitoring The Service

    In addition to the CLI, the system supports the sending of Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) traps that indicate status and alarm conditions. Refer to the SNMP MIB Reference Guide for a detailed listing of these traps. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 78: Monitoring System Status And Performance

    View all historical information for all sample intervals Display Session Duration Statistics View session duration statistics Display Session State Statistics View session state statistics Display Session State PCF Statistics View session state PCF statistics ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

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    View HNB-GW service statistics filtered on an HNB-GW service View HNB-GW service statistics filtered by an HNB id View GTP-U Service Statistics View GTP-U peer information View GTP-U Service information Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 80: Clearing Statistics And Counters

    (HNB, HNB-GW, GTP-U, etc.). Statistics and counters can be cleared using the CLI command. Refer to Command Line Interface Reference for detailed information on using this command. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 81: Troubleshooting The Service

    Chapter 6 Troubleshooting the Service This chapter provides information and instructions for using the system command line interface (CLI) for troubleshooting issues that may arise during service operation. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 82: Test Commands

    The following figure displays a sample of this command’s output showing a successful GTPU echo-test from an HNB- GW service bound to address 192.168.157.32 to an SGSN with an address of 192.168.157.2. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 83: Using The Gtpv0 Test Echo Command

    Keyword/Variable Description The name of the IP pool configured for IPsec Tunnel. can be from 1 to 63 alpha and/or numeric characters in length and is case sensitive. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

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    Troubleshooting the Service ▀ Test Commands Keyword/Variable Description The IP address of destination node of IPsec tunnel. The IP address of source node of IPsec tunnel. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 85: Engineering Rules

    This appendix describes following engineering rules for HNB-GW service: DHCP Service Engineering Rules HNB-GW Engineering Rules Lawful Intercept Engineering Rules MBMS Bearer Service Engineering Rules Service Engineering Rules Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 86: Dhcp Service Engineering Rules

    The following engineering rule applies to the DHCP Service: Up to 8 DHCP servers may be configured per DHCP service. A maximum of 3 DHCP server can be tried for a call. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 87: Hnb-gw Engineering Rules

    A maximum of 16 radio PLMN id can be configured in an HNB-GW service. A maximum of one SeGW IP address can be associated with an HNB-GW service. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 88: Lawful Intercept Engineering Rules

    ▀ Lawful Intercept Engineering Rules Lawful Intercept Engineering Rules The following engineering rules apply to Lawful Intercept on supported AGW service: A maximum of 1000 Lawful Intercepts can be performed simultaneously. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

  • Page 89: Mbms Bearer Service Engineering Rules

    A maximum 225 downlink nodes on ASR 5000 are supported per MBMS bearer service. A maximum of two BMSC (1 primary and 1 secondary) supported per MBMS bearer service. Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide ▄ OL-22991-01...

  • Page 90: Service Engineering Rules

    Therefore, it is recommended that a large number of services only be configured if your application absolutely requires it. Please contact your local service representative for more information. ▄ Cisco ASR 5000 Series 3G Home NodeB Gateway Administration Guide OL-22991-01...

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