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1 OSS-RC 12 Training Programs Catalog of Course Descriptions

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3 Catalog of Course Descriptions INTRODUCTION... 5 OSS RC 12.0 OVERVIEW... 6 OSS RC 12.0 DELTA OSS-RC 12.2 DELTA OSS-RC 12.2 OPERATIONS OSS-RC 12.2 OPERATIONS FOR GSM OSS-RC 12.2 OPERATIONS FOR CORE AND GSM OSS-RC 12.2 OPERATIONS FOR CORE OSS-RC 12.2 OPERATIONS FOR WCDMA/LTE OSS-RC 12.2 OPERATIONS FOR CORE AND WCDMA/LTE OSS-RC 12.2 SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION FOR GSM OSS-RC 12.2 SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION FOR CORE OSS-RC 12.2 SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION FOR CORE AND GSM OSS-RC 12.2 SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION FOR WCDMA/LTE OSS-RC 12.2 SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION FOR CORE AND WCDMA/LTE OSS-RC 12.2 CIF PLATFORM TROUBLESHOOTING OSS-RC 12.2 COMMON EXPLORER WORKSHOP /03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 3

4 ENIQ STATISTICS OVERVIEW ENIQ EVENTS OVERVIEW ENIQ 12 STATISTICS, OVERVIEW ENIQ 12 STATISTICS, REPORTING FOUNDATIONS ENIQ 12 STATISTICS, REPORTING CUSTOMIZATIONS ENIQ 12 STATISTICS, MAKING THE BEST OF ENIQ REPORTS (WORKSHOP) ENIQ EVENTS, OVERVIEW AND OPERATION ENIQ 12 EVENTS, MEDIATION GATEWAY SCRIPTING ENIQ 12, SYSTEM AND DATAFLOW ADMINISTRATION (EVENTS AND STATISTICS) OSS-RC APPLICATIONS OVERVIEW OSS-RC PLATFORM OVERVIEW /03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 4

5 Introduction Ericsson has developed a comprehensive Training Programs service to satisfy the competence needs of our customers, from exploring new business opportunities to expertise required for operating a network. The Training Programs service is delineated into packages that have been developed to offer clearly defined, yet flexible training to target system and technology areas. Each package is divided into flows, to target specific functional areas within your organization for optimal benefits. Service delivery is supported using various delivery methods including: Icon Delivery Method Instructor Led Training (ILT) LIV Virtual Classroom Training (VCT) elearning (WBL) Workshop (WS) Short Article (SA) Structured Knowledge Transfer (SKT) mlearning Job duty analysis (JDA) Competence GAP Analysis (CGA)

6 OSS RC 12.0 Overview LZU R1A Description Today operators manage extremely large networks, varying from Wireline, GSM, CORE to 3G and LTE networks. This could mean that up to 30,000 cells may need to be configured, troubleshooted and monitored. Do you know how operators manage their network elements? Ericsson s Operation Support System for Radio & Core (OSS-RC) is designed to manage, configure, monitor, troubleshoot and upgrade all the various networks available i.e: wireline Core, 2G, 3G and LTE. Participants attending the OSS Overview course will be given a basic introduction to the OSS-RC R12.0 system. They will learn how OSS-RC R12.0 is used for centralized Operation and Maintenance of mobile networks, the nodes specific to each network as well as service layer equipment. Participants are introduced to the Sub-Network Management Platform and learn how its components and applications provide comprehensive configuration, management and optimization applications. They also learn about the benefits associated with these applications. Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will be able to: 1 Explain why network management is necessary, and outline the role of OSS-RC as a network management system 1.1 Describe the overall functionality offered by OSS-RC 1.2 Identify the OSS-RC components 1.3 Describe the OSS Network Explorer, Network Element Explorer and the Active Library Explorer (ALEX) 1.4 Describe how to add NE s to be managed by OSS through the use of ARNE 1.5 Explain the purpose and functionality of the Common Integration Framework (CIF) 1.6 Describe in brief the client server architecture 1.7 Compare the two high availability solutions for OSS-RC 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 6

7 2 Outline the functionality of the common components 2.1 Explain the Fault management (FM) Applications 2.2 Describe the AXE management tools in OSS-RC Explain the Software Management Organizer application 2.4 Introduce the Network Element Scripting support 2.5 Explain the Performance Management setup in OSS-RC R12.0 including Performance Management Initiation, Event Based Applications and Radio Network Optimization 3 Discuss the various tools within the OSS for management of the Core network 3.1 Understand the configuration managers for the Core network; EPC-M, MMCM, GCM, IMSCM and the Common Explorer 3.2 Review the optional Core Network Management applications such as NAM, IMM, MFI and CNSM 4 Discuss the various tools within the OSS for management of the GSM network 4.1 Describe the following GSM RAN configuration applications; GSN-CM, GSN-CM Import/Export, Base Station configuration management and Performance Management Traffic Recording 4.2 Describe the IP support applications for the GSM, WCDMA and LTE RAN 4.3 Discuss the support for Wireline that is included in OSS-RC Discuss the various tools within the OSS for management of the WCDMA/LTE network 5.1 Describe the functionality of the Common Explorer in OSS-RC 5.2 Identify and describe the various configuration applications in the Common Explorer 5.3 Describe the functionality of all the diagnostic tools in the Common Explorer Target audience The target audience for this course is: Network Design Engineers, Network Deployment Engineers, Service Technicians, System Engineers, and System Administrators or anyone who works with OSS and needs a high level overview of the product. Even those who do not work directly with OSS-RC will find this course beneficial as it will give a high level overview of how it fits in with other products like network elements and network management systems in a telecoms network. This audience is anyone new to OSS-RC who requires an overview of the OSS-RC product. Prerequisites Successful completion of the following courses: As this is an overview that is aimed at people working in both technical and non technical roles there are no course prerequisites. The only prerequisite is that students are familiar with a telecoms network or any technology. 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 7

8 Duration and class size The length of the course is 1 days and the maximum number of participants is Error! Unknown document property name.. Learning situation This course is based on theoretical instructor-led lessons given in a classroom or virtual classroom environment with remote access to equipment and tools for demonstration purposes, where possible. Time schedule The time required always depends on the knowledge of the attending participants and the hours stated below can be used as estimate. Day Topics in the course Estimated Time (hours) 1 OSS-RC Introduction and Platform 1 hour OSS-RC Common Components Core Network Management GSM and Wireline Network Management WCDMA/LTE Network Management 2 hours 1 hour 1 hour 1 hour

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10 OSS RC 12.0 Delta LZU R1A Description OSS RC O12.0 has evolved and improved in many ways since OSS RC O11.0. There are both functional and characteristic improvements in the areas of network evolution, network quality and optimization, operational efficiency, system and platform. These improvements encompass new features, functionality and broader network support. All new node support will be covered along with any new features that have been introduced since O11.0, particularly in the areas of WCDMA, LTE and Core. All platform changes that impact the functionality of OSS will be covered as well as any changes or improvements to the functionality. Any applications/components that have been phased out or is now offered by another application will also be covered in this course. For those who have previously participated in OSS-RC training programs for version OSS- RC 11.x Delta it will not be necessary to attend this training. For those wishing to gain more detailed information about the introduction of x86 on Blade, it is recommended that they attend the OSS-RC x86 Overview course (LZU ) which will give an overview of the x86 on Blade based architecture and the new unified storage solution. Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will be able to: 1 Outline the changes to the OSS-RC O12.0 platform and common components 1.1 Identify the NE support for OSS-RC RC O Describe the impacts due to x86 on Blade introduction 1.3 Discuss the feature name changes introduced with OSS RC O Review changed Fault Management Alarm Managers in OSS RC O Explicate the changes of Software and Hardware Management 1.6 List the miscellaneous enhancements to the OSS platform and common applications 2 Understand the increased impact of the common Transport Network to OSS 2.1 Identify Transport Network Nodes used as common basis for modern Radio Networks 2.2 Describe the new and enhanced Configuration support for Site Integration Unit (SIU) in OSS RC O /03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 10

11 2.3 Outline bulk integration support in RBS Auto Provisioning (RAP) 3 Review the changes to the WCDMA and LTE Applications in OSS 3.1 List and explain numerous enhancements in Common Explorer 3.2 Describe the new LTE features for Automatic PCI selection and mobility support 3.3 Describe the new IRATHOM features W-W, W-G 3.4 Explain the new feature LTE-WCDMA Mobility Support 3.5 Describe the update to NSD to Support LTE real time KPIs 3.6 Discuss enhancements in Automatic Neighbor Relation and the new feature ANR- RAT 3.7 Identify RBS Power Save new possibilities 3.8 Review numerous enhancements in Network Status Display 4 Identify the improvement to the GSM RAN Management Applications 4.1 Review the enhancements to IRATHOM for GSM handover 4.2 Discuss GSM Configuration Manager new functions 4.3 Describe BTS Configuration Manager enhancements 4.4 Explicate phase out of Syrox and TET 5 Describe the enhancements within OSS-RC O12.0 for Core Network Management 5.1 Discuss the new support offered by the Common Explorer for core network nodes 5.2 Recognize the new Core Network management applications, NSD-EPC and EPC Manager 5.3 Discuss the new support for SGSN MME in Pool 5.4 Identify enhanced support of MSC-S BC R14.1 in OPS, AXM and MMCM 5.5 Explain the new Subscriber Trace feature for IMS domain 5.6 Describe enhanced support for MGC and SBG nodes in IMS Configuration Manager 5.7 Summarize miscellaneous enhancements in the Core Network domain 6 Understand the changes to the Infrastructure and Upgrade in OSS-RC O Review the basic Infrastructure for OSS RC O Identify the miscellaneous changes affecting the Backup Solution and the High Availability Solutions 6.3 Understand the available upgrade paths and procedures 6.4 Discuss the concept of Upgrade Independence Target audience The target audience for this course is: Network Design Engineers, Network Deployment Engineers, Service Technicians and System Engineers. This audience will be responsible for the management of the network using OSS applications. 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 11

12 Prerequisites Successful completion of the following courses: The participants should be familiar with OSS O11.0. Either experience of using the OSS or prior attendance of one of the following courses is sufficient: OSS-RC R6 Onsite Introduction Workshop LZU R1A OSS-RC R10.0 Common Applications for Network Management LZU R1A OSS-RC R10 Overview LZU R1A Duration and class size The length of the course is 1 days and the maximum number of participants is Error! Unknown document property name.. Learning situation This course is based on theoretical instructor-led lessons given in a classroom environment. There are no exercises for this course however, if demonstrations of the OSS required this will have to be requested at least 2 weeks prior to course delivery and cannot be guaranteed. Time schedule The time required always depends on the knowledge of the attending participants and the hours stated below can be used as estimate. Day Topics in the course Estimated Time (hours) 1 OSS RC Platform and Common changes 1h Transport Network layer support changes 0,5h OSS RC WCDMA and LTE support changes 1,5h OSS RC GSM support changes 0,5h OSS RC CORE Network support changes 1,5h OSS RC Upgrade and Infrastructure changes 1h 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 12

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14 OSS-RC 12.2 Delta LZU R1A Description OSS-RC 12.2 has evolved and improved in many ways since OSS-RC 11. There are both functional and characteristic improvements in the areas of network evolution, network quality and optimization, operational efficiency, system and platform. These improvements encompass new features, functionality and broader network support. All new node support will be covered along with any new features that have been introduced since OSS-RC 11, particularly in the areas of WCDMA, LTE and Core. All platform changes that impact the functionality of OSS will be covered as well as any changes or improvements to the functionality. Any applications/components that have been phased out or is now offered by another application will also be covered in this course. For those who have previously participated in OSS-RC 12.0 Delta it will not be necessary to attend this training due to the limited number of changes between the subreleases. For those wishing to gain more detailed information about the introduction of x86 on Blade, it is recommended that they attend the OSS-RC x86 Overview course (LZU ) which will give an overview of the x86 on Blade based architecture and the new unified storage solution. Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will be able to: 1 Outline the changes to the OSS-RC 12.2 platform and common components 1.1 Identify the NE support for OSS-RC RC Describe the impacts due to x86 on Blade introduction 1.3 Describe improved features for x86 on Blade in OSS-RC 12.2 release 1.4 Discuss the feature name changes introduced with OSS-RC Review changed Fault Management Alarm Managers in OSS-RC Explicate the changes of Software and Hardware Management 1.7 Describe the functionality of the Network Explorer (NEX) and the OSS Explorer (OEX) 1.8 List the miscellaneous enhancements to the OSS platform and common applications 2 Understand the increased impact of the common Transport Network to OSS 2.1 Identify Transport Network Nodes used as common basis for modern Radio Networks 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 14

15 2.2 Describe the new and enhanced Configuration support for Site Integration Unit (SIU) in OSS-RC Outline bulk integration support in RBS Auto Provisioning (RAP) 3 Review the changes to the WCDMA and LTE Applications in OSS 3.1 List and explain numerous enhancements in Common Explorer 3.2 Describe the new LTE features for Automatic PCI selection and mobility support 3.3 Describe the new IRATHOM features W-W, W-G 3.4 Explain the new feature LTE-WCDMA Mobility Support 3.5 Describe the update to NSD to Support LTE real time KPIs 3.6 Discuss enhancements in Automatic Neighbor Relation and the new feature ANRRAT 3.7 Identify RBS Power Save new possibilities 3.8 Review numerous enhancements in Network Status Display 4 Identify the improvement to the GSM RAN Management Applications 4.1 Review the enhancements to IRATHOM for GSM handover 4.2 Discuss GSM Configuration Manager new functions 4.3 Describe BTS Configuration Manager enhancements 4.4 Explicate phase out of Syrox and TET 5 Describe the enhancements within OSS-RC 12.2 for Core Network Management 5.1 Discuss the new support offered by the Common Explorer for core network nodes 5.2 Recognize the new Core Network management applications, NSD-EPC and EPC Manager 5.3 Discuss the new support for SGSN MME in Pool 5.4 Identify enhanced support of MSC-S BC R14.1 in OPS, AXM and MMCM 5.5 Explain the new Subscriber Trace feature for IMS domain 5.6 Describe enhanced support for MGC and SBG nodes in IMS Configuration Manager 5.7 Summarize miscellaneous enhancements in the Core Network domain 6 Understand the changes to the Infrastructure and Upgrade in OSS-RC Review the basic Infrastructure for OSS-RC Identify the miscellaneous changes affecting the Backup Solution and the High Availability Solutions 6.3 Understand the available upgrade paths and procedures 6.4 Discuss the concept of Upgrade Independence Target audience The target audience for this course is: Service Engineer, Network Design Engineer, Network Deployment Engineer, Service Technician, System Engineer 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 15

16 Prerequisites Successful completion of one of the following courses: LZU OSS-RC 11.2 Overview LZU OSS-RC 11.2 Operations or acquisition of similar knowledge by experience from using the OSS-RC Duration and class size The length of the course is 1 days and the maximum number of participants is Error! Unknown document property name.. Learning situation This course is based on theoretical instructor-led lessons given in a classroom environment. Time schedule The time required always depends on the knowledge of the attending participants and the hours stated below can be used as estimate. Day Topics in the course Estimated Time (hours) 1 OSS-RC Platform and Common changes 1h Transport Network layer support changes 0,5h OSS-RC WCDMA and LTE support changes 1,5h OSS-RC GSM support changes 0,5h OSS-RC CORE Network support changes 1,5h OSS-RC Upgrade and Infrastructure changes 1h 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 16

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18 OSS-RC 12.2 Operations LZU R1A Description Do you find network management a high-pressure and challenging activity? On a daily basis must you respond to demands for information on the status of the network, network trends and optimization? This OSS-RC 12.2 Operations course will give you an introduction to the applications available in OSS-RC 12.2 for the management of the Core network (including IMS), the GSM, and the WCDMA/LTE Radio networks including both Packet and Circuit switched domains, also covering SAE for LTE. Along with identifying the OSS applications and tools for the management of these networks there are also a number of common applications that will be described in this training, such as those used for fault (FM) and performance management (PM). The course approaches network management proactively, introducing the OSS-RC applications that are used for the following key aspects of network management: Finding the current status of the network, and troubleshooting the network in the event of errors. Identifying trends in the network, predicating problems and optimizing the network as a result. Regular maintenance tasks to keep the network running smoothly at all times. After the course, the participants should have a basic understanding of how to use all the common OSS-RC applications and of how to proceed using the application themselves. Note: This course covers the management of all technologies using OSS-RC but some participants may only require specific knowledge of certain technologies, in which case one of the following courses may be more suitable: OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for GSM (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for Core and GSM (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for Core (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for Core and WCDMA/LTE (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for WCDMA/LTE (LZU )

19 Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will be able to: 1 Explain on overview level the OSS-RC Network Management system. 1.1 Explain why network management is necessary, and outline the role of OSS-RC as a network management system 1.2 Describe the overall functionality offered by OSS-RC 1.3 Identify the OSS-RC components 1.4 Describe the OSS Network Explorer and the Active Library Explorer (ALEX) 1.5 Describe how to add NE s to be managed by OSS through the use of ARNE 1.6 Explain the purpose and functionality of the Common Integration Framework (CIF) 1.7 Describe in brief the client server architecture 1.8 Explain the x86 migration and the high-availability solutions for OSS-RC. 2 Describe and use the Fault Management applications in OSS-RC 2.1 Explain the purpose of Fault Management (FM) and outline its benefits 2.2 Describe the architecture of the FM System 2.3 Discuss the alarm flow 2.4 Identify the various FM applications available 3 Describe the AXE management tools within OSS-RC 3.1 Describe the MML command structure 3.2 Explain the CHA and WinFIOL tools available in OSS-RC for MML communication with AXE network elements. 3.3 Explore the functionality of the AXE Element Management tools (EMT) 3.4 Describe the Operations Support Procedure (OPS) tool and explore the OPS Scripting language for script development for AXE network elements 4 Explain the Software Management Organizer application 4.1 Explain the importance of Software Management Organizer (SMO) in OSS RC for regular maintenance of Network Elements. 4.2 Describe the functionality of SMO. 5 Explore the functionality of the Job Manager applications 5.1 Discuss the Job Structure and differentiate between the various components of a job such as tasks and activities. 5.2 Explore the options available from the Job Editor, Task Editor and Job Supervisor GUIs 6 Explain the Performance Management setup within OSS-RC 6.1 Explain the Performance Measurement Initiation (PMI) solution 6.2 Describe Statistical Measurement Initiation & Administration (SMIA) 6.3 Describe Measurement Initiation & Administration job list (MIA) 6.4 Describe Performance Data Mediation application (PDM) 6.5 Describe Performance Management Subsystem (PMS) 6.6 Describe Statistical Gateway (SGw) data mediation tool 6.7 Describe the Ericsson Network IQ (ENIQ) performance management solution 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 19

20 7 Explain the Event Based Applications setup within OSS-RC 7.1 Describe the optional features of the Event Based Applications for Core, GSM and WCDMA RAN 7.2 Describe Real Time Performance monitoring (RPMO) 7.3 Explain the need for and concepts of EBS-S, EBS-G and EBS-W 7.4 Explain the need for and concepts of EDRO 7.5 Explain the need for and concepts of FFAX (and BLR) 7.6 Explain the need for and concepts of RTTM 8 Explain the Radio Network Optimization Application and its recordings 8.1 Describe the various optimization applications within RNO, FAS, FOX, SYROX, NCS, NOX, GWNCS, TET, CCE, MRR, FFAX-W, W-MRR, GEO-W and RNDBI 8.2 Indicate how to record results and generate reports using the RNO application 9 Discuss the various tools within the OSS for management of the core network 9.1 Describe the key functions of the Circuit Switched management applications 9.2 Describe the key functions of the Packet Switched management applications 9.3 Discuss the Core Network Status Monitor 9.4 Recognize the optional features IMS Configuration Manager and IMS Subscriber Trace 10 Discuss the various tools within the OSS for management of the GSM network 10.1 Describe the following GSM RAN configuration applications; Cellular Network Administration (CNA), Cellular Network Administration Interface (CNAI), Base Station Management (BSM) and Performance Management Traffic Recording (PMR) 10.2 Describe the IP support applications for the GSM RAN 11 Discuss the various tools within the OSS for management of the WCDMA/LTE network 11.1 Identify and describe the various configuration applications in the Common Explorer 11.2 Describe the functionality of all the diagnostic tools in the Common Explorer 12 Discuss the tools for Common Transport Network 12.1 Explain the use of Common Explorer and BSIM to manage SIU Devices 12.2 Explain the Abis over IP Configuration Management (AIPCM) tool Target audience The target audience for this course is: Network Design Engineers, Network Deployment Engineers, Service Deployment Engineers, System Engineers, and Service Engineers. This audience is anyone working with OSS-RC who requires an introduction regarding how to use OSS-RC for network management purposes, within the work area. 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 20

21 Prerequisites Successful completion of the following courses: Ericsson WCDMA System Overview (LZU ) or GSM System Survey (LZU ) or LTE/SAE System Overview (LZU ) or LTE/SAE System Overview, WBL (LZU ) or GPRS System Survey (LZU108876) or EPC System Survey (LZU ) or The participants should be familiar with the Core network or GSM network or WCDMA network or the LTE network Duration and class size The length of the course is 5 days and the maximum number of participants is Error! Unknown document property name.. Learning situation The course is based on instructor-led lessons, demonstrations and hands-on exercises. 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 21

22 Time schedule The time required always depends on the knowledge of the attending participants and the hours stated below can be used as estimate. Day Topics in the course Estimated Time (hours) 1 OSS-RC Introduction 3 hours Fault Management 3 hours 2 AXE handling in OSS-RC 3 hours Software/Hardware Management Network Element Scripting 1 hour 2 hours 3 Network Statistics & ENIQ 3 hours Event Based Applications Radio Network Optimization 1 hour 2 hours 4 Core Network Applications 4 hours GSM Applications 2 hours 5 GSM Applications continued 1 hour WCDMA/LTE Applications Common Transport Network Applications 4 hours 1 hour 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 22

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24 OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for GSM LZU R1A Description Do you find network management a high-pressure and challenging activity? On a daily basis must you respond to demands for information on the status of the network, network trends and optimization? This OSS-RC 12.2 Applications for GSM course will give you an introduction to the applications available in OSS-RC 12.2 for the management of GSM networks. This course gives an introduction to the various GSM applications for management of Ericsson BSS. Along with identifying the OSS applications and tools for management of specific GSM nodes there are also a number of common applications that will be described in this training, such as those used for fault and performance management. The course approaches network management proactively, introducing the OSS-RC applications that are used for the following key aspects of network management: Finding the current status of the network, and troubleshooting the network in the event of errors. Identifying trends in the network, predicting problems and optimizing the network as a result. Regular maintenance tasks to keep the network running smoothly at all times. After the course, the participants should have a basic understanding of how to use all the common OSS-RC applications and of how to proceed using the application themselves. Note: This course covers the management of just GSM networks using OSS-RC but some participants may require knowledge of other technologies, in which case one of the following courses may be more suitable: OSS-RC 12.2 Operations (LZU ) All technologies OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for Core and GSM (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for Core (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for Core and WCDMA/LTE (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for WCDMA/LTE (LZU )

25 Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will be able to: 1 Explain on overview level the OSS-RC Network Management system. 1.1 Explain why network management is necessary, and outline the role of OSS-RC as a network management system 1.2 Describe the overall functionality offered by OSS-RC 1.3 Identify the OSS-RC components 1.4 Describe the OSS Network Explorer and the Active Library Explorer (ALEX) 1.5 Describe how to add NE s to be managed by OSS through the use of ARNE 1.6 Explain the purpose and functionality of the Common Integration Framework (CIF) 1.7 Describe in brief the client server architecture 1.8 Explain the x86 migration and the high-availability solutions for OSS-RC 2 Describe and use the Fault Management applications in OSS-RC 2.1 Explain the purpose of Fault Management (FM) and outline its benefits 2.2 Describe the architecture of the FM System 2.3 Discuss the alarm flow 2.4 Identify the various FM applications available 3 Describe the AXE management tools within OSS-RC 3.1 Describe the MML command structure 3.2 Explain the CHA and WinFIOL tools available in OSS-RC for MML communication with AXE network elements. 3.3 Explore the functionality of the AXE Element Management tools (EMT) 3.4 Describe the Operations Support Procedure (OPS) tool and explore the OPS Scripting language for script development for AXE network elements 4 Explain the Software Management Organizer application 4.1 Explain the importance of Software Management Organizer (SMO) in OSS RC for regular maintenance of Network Elements. 4.2 Describe the functionality of SMO. 5 Explore the functionality of the Job Manager applications 5.1 Discuss the Job Structure and differentiate between the various components of a job such as tasks and activities. 5.2 Explore the options available from the Job Editor, Task Editor and Job Supervisor GUIs 6 Explain the Performance Management setup within OSS-RC 6.1 Explain the Performance Measurement Initiation (PMI) solution 6.2 Describe Statistical Measurement Initiation & Administration (SMIA) 6.3 Describe Measurement Initiation & Administration job list (MIA) 6.4 Describe Performance Data Mediation application (PDM) 6.5 Describe Performance Management Subsystem (PMS) 6.6 Describe Statistical Gateway (SGw) data mediation tool 6.7 Describe the Ericsson Network IQ (ENIQ) performance management solution 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 25

26 7 Explain the Event Based Applications setup within OSS-RC 7.1 Describe the optional features of the Event Based Applications for Core, GSM and WCDMA RAN 7.2 Describe Real Time Performance monitoring (RPMO) 7.3 Explain the need for and concepts of EBS-S, EBS-G and EBS-W 7.4 Explain the need for and concepts of EDRO 7.5 Explain the need for and concepts of FFAX (and BLR) 7.6 Explain the need for and concepts of RTTM 8 Explain the Radio Network Optimization Application and its recordings 8.1 Describe the various optimization applications within RNO, FAS, FOX, SYROX, NCS, NOX, GWNCS, TET, CCE, MRR, FFAX-W, W-MRR, GEO-W and RNDBI 8.2 Indicate how to record results and generate reports using the RNO application 9 Discuss the various tools within the OSS for management of the GSM network 9.1 Describe the following GSM RAN configuration applications; Cellular Network Administration (CNA), Cellular Network Administration Interface (CNAI), Base Station Management (BSM) and Performance Management Traffic Recording (PMR) 9.2 Describe the IP support applications for the GSM RAN 10 Discuss the various tools within the OSS for Common Transport Network 10.1 Explain the use of Common Explorer and BSIM to manage SIU Devices 10.2 Explain the Abis over IP Configuration Management (AIPCM) tool Target audience The target audience for this course is: Network Design Engineers, Network Deployment Engineers, Service Deployment Engineers, System Engineers, and Service Engineers. This audience is anyone working with OSS-RC who requires an introduction regarding how to use OSS-RC for network management purposes, within the work area. Prerequisites Successful completion of the following courses: GSM System Survey (LZU ) or The participants should be familiar with the GSM network. Duration and class size 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 26

27 The length of the course is 4 days and the maximum number of participants is Error! Unknown document property name.. Learning situation The course is based on instructor-led lessons, demonstrations and hands-on exercises. Time schedule The time required always depends on the knowledge of the attending participants and the hours stated below can be used as estimate. Day Topics in the course Estimated Time (hours) 1 OSS-RC Introduction 3 hours Fault Management 3 hours 2 AXE handling in OSS-RC 3 hours Software/Hardware Management Network Element Scripting 1 hour 2 hours 3 Network Statistics & ENIQ 1 hour Event Based Applications Radio Network Optimization GSM Applications 1 hour 2 hours 2 hours 4 GSM Applications continued 4 hours Common Transport Network Applications 2 hours 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 27

28 OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for Core and GSM LZU R1A Description Do you find network management a high-pressure and challenging activity? On a daily basis must you respond to demands for information on the status of the network, network trends and optimization? This OSS-RC 12.2 Applications for Core and GSM will give you an introduction to the applications available in OSS-RC 12.2 for the management of GSM networks and Core networks (including Packet and Circuit switched, IMS and EPC/SAE). This course gives an introduction to the various Core Network applications available in OSS-RC 12.2 for the Packet and Circuit Switched domains, covering the core nodes for GSM and IMS. This course also gives an introduction to the various GSM applications for management of Ericsson BSS. Along with identifying the OSS applications and tools for management of specific GSM nodes, and Core network nodes, there are also a number of common applications that will be described in this training, such as those used for fault (FM) and performance management (PM). The course approaches network management proactively, introducing the OSS-RC applications that are used for the following key aspects of network management: Finding the current status of the network, and troubleshooting the network in the event of errors. Identifying trends in the network, predicting problems and optimizing the network as a result. Regular maintenance tasks to keep the network running smoothly at all times. After the course, the participants should have a basic understanding of how to use all the common OSS-RC applications and of how to proceed using the application themselves. Note: This course covers the management of Core and GSM networks only using OSS-RC but some participants may require knowledge of other technologies, in which case one of the following courses may be more suitable: OSS-RC 12.2 Operations (LZU ) All technologies OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for GSM (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for Core (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for Core and WCDMA/LTE (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for WCDMA/LTE (LZU )

29 Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will be able to: 1 Explain on overview level the OSS-RC Network Management system. 1.1 Explain why network management is necessary, and outline the role of OSS-RC as a network management system 1.2 Describe the overall functionality offered by OSS-RC 1.3 Identify the OSS-RC components 1.4 Describe the OSS Network Explorer and the Active Library Explorer (ALEX) 1.5 Describe how to add NE s to be managed by OSS through the use of ARNE 1.6 Explain the purpose and functionality of the Common Integration Framework (CIF) 1.7 Describe in brief the client server architecture 1.8 Explain the x86 migration and the high-availability solutions for OSS-RC. 2 Describe and use the Fault Management applications in OSS-RC 2.1 Explain the purpose of Fault Management (FM) and outline its benefits 2.2 Describe the architecture of the FM System 2.3 Discuss the alarm flow 2.4 Identify the various FM applications available 3 Describe the AXE management tools within OSS-RC 3.1 Describe the MML command structure 3.2 Explain the CHA and WinFIOL tools available in OSS-RC for MML communication with AXE network elements. 3.3 Explore the functionality of the AXE Element Management tools (EMT) 3.4 Describe the Operations Support Procedure (OPS) tool and explore the OPS Scripting language for script development for AXE network elements 4 Explain the Software Management Organizer application 4.1 Explain the importance of Software Management Organizer (SMO) in OSS RC for regular maintenance of Network Elements. 4.2 Describe the functionality of SMO. 5 Explore the functionality of the Job Manager applications 5.1 Discuss the Job Structure and differentiate between the various components of a job such as tasks and activities. 5.2 Explore the options available from the Job Editor, Task Editor and Job Supervisor GUIs 6 Explain the Performance Management setup within OSS-RC 6.1 Explain the Performance Measurement Initiation (PMI) solution 6.2 Describe Statistical Measurement Initiation & Administration (SMIA) 6.3 Describe Measurement Initiation & Administration job list (MIA) 6.4 Describe Performance Data Mediation application (PDM) 6.5 Describe Performance Management Subsystem (PMS) 6.6 Describe Statistical Gateway (SGw) data mediation tool 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 29

30 6.7 Describe the Ericsson Network IQ (ENIQ) performance management solution 7 Explain the Event Based Applications setup within OSS-RC 7.1 Describe the optional features of the Event Based Applications for Core, GSM and WCDMA RAN 7.2 Describe Real Time Performance monitoring (RPMO) 7.3 Explain the need for and concepts of EBS-S, EBS-G and EBS-W 7.4 Explain the need for and concepts of EDRO 7.5 Explain the need for and concepts of FFAX (and BLR) 7.6 Explain the need for and concepts of RTTM 8 Explain the Radio Network Optimization Application and its recordings 8.1 Describe the various optimization applications within RNO, FAS, FOX, SYROX, NCS, NOX, GWNCS, TET, CCE, MRR, FFAX-W, W-MRR, GEO-W and RNDBI 8.2 Indicate how to record results and generate reports using the RNO application 9 Discuss the various tools within the OSS for management of the core network 9.1 Describe the key functions of the Circuit Switched management applications 9.2 Describe the key functions of the Packet Switched management applications 9.3 Discuss the Core Network Status Monitor 9.4 Recognize the optional features IMS Configuration Manager and IMS Subscriber Trace 10 Discuss the various tools within the OSS for management of the GSM network 10.1 Describe the following GSM RAN configuration applications; Cellular Network Administration (CNA), Cellular Network Administration Interface (CNAI), Base Station Management (BSM) and Performance Management Traffic Recording (PMR) 10.2 Describe the IP support applications for the GSM RAN 11 Discuss the various tools within the OSS for Common Transport Network 11.1 Explain the use of Common Explorer and BSIM to manage SIU Devices 11.2 Explain the Abis over IP Configuration Management (AIPCM) tool Target audience The target audience for this course is: Network Design Engineers, Network Deployment Engineers, Service Deployment Engineers, System Engineers, and Service Engineers. This audience is anyone working with OSS-RC who requires an introduction regarding how to use OSS-RC for network management purposes, within the work area. Prerequisites Successful completion of the following courses: GSM System Survey (LZU ) or 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 30

31 The participants should be familiar with the GSM network Duration and class size The length of the course is 4 days and the maximum number of participants is Error! Unknown document property name.. Learning situation The course is based on instructor-led lessons, demonstrations and hands-on exercises. Time schedule The time required always depends on the knowledge of the attending participants and the hours stated below can be used as estimate. Day Topics in the course Estimated Time (hours) 1 OSS-RC Introduction 3 hours Fault Management 3 hours 2 AXE handling in OSS-RC 3 hours Software/Hardware Management Network Element Scripting 1 hour 2 hours 3 Network Statistics & ENIQ 1,5 hours Event Based Applications Radio Network Optimization Core Network Applications 1 hour 1,5 hours 2 hours 4 Core Network Applications continued 2 hours GSM Applications Common Transport Network Applicatons 3 hours 1 hour 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 31

32 OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for Core LZU R1A Description Do you find network management a high-pressure and challenging activity? On a daily basis must you respond to demands for information on the status of the network, network trends and optimization? This OSS-RC 12.2 Applications for Core course will give you an introduction to the applications available in OSS-RC 12.2 for the management of Core networks. This course gives an introduction to the various Core network applications for management of Ericsson CS, PS, EPC/SAE and IMS nodes. Along with identifying the OSS applications and tools for management of specific Core network nodes there are also a number of common applications that will be described in this training, such as those used for fault and performance management. The course approaches network management proactively, introducing the OSS-RC applications that are used for the following key aspects of network management: Finding the current status of the network, and troubleshooting the network in the event of errors. Identifying trends in the network, predicting problems and optimizing the network as a result. Regular maintenance tasks to keep the network running smoothly at all times. After the course, the participants should have a basic understanding of how to use all the common OSS-RC applications and of how to proceed using the application themselves. Note: This course covers the management of just Core networks using OSS-RC but some participants may require knowledge of other technologies, in which case one of the following courses may be more suitable: OSS-RC 12.2 Operations (LZU ) All technologies OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for GSM (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for Core and GSM (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for Core and WCDMA/LTE (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for WCDMA/LTE (LZU )

33 Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will be able to: 1 Explain on overview level the OSS-RC Network Management system. 1.1 Explain why network management is necessary, and outline the role of OSS-RC as a network management system 1.2 Describe the overall functionality offered by OSS-RC 1.3 Identify the OSS-RC components 1.4 Describe the OSS Network Explorer and the Active Library Explorer (ALEX) 1.5 Describe how to add NE s to be managed by OSS through the use of ARNE 1.6 Explain the purpose and functionality of the Common Integration Framework (CIF) 1.7 Describe in brief the client server architecture 1.8 Explain the x86 migration and the high-availability solutions for OSS-RC. 2 Describe and use the Fault Management applications in OSS-RC 2.1 Explain the purpose of Fault Management (FM) and outline its benefits 2.2 Describe the architecture of the FM System 2.3 Discuss the alarm flow 2.4 Identify the various FM applications available 3 Describe the AXE management tools within OSS-RC 3.1 Describe the MML command structure 3.2 Explain the CHA and WinFIOL tools available in OSS-RC for MML communication with AXE network elements. 3.3 Explore the functionality of the AXE Element Management tools (EMT) 3.4 Describe the Operations Support Procedure (OPS) tool and explore the OPS Scripting language for script development for AXE network elements 4 Explain the Software Management Organizer application 4.1 Explain the importance of Software Management Organizer (SMO) in OSS RC for regular maintenance of Network Elements. 4.2 Describe the functionality of SMO. 5 Explore the functionality of the Job Manager applications 5.1 Discuss the Job Structure and differentiate between the various components of a job such as tasks and activities. 5.2 Explore the options available from the Job Editor, Task Editor and Job Supervisor GUIs 6 Explain the Performance Management setup within OSS-RC 6.1 Explain the Performance Measurement Initiation (PMI) solution 6.2 Describe Statistical Measurement Initiation & Administration (SMIA) 6.3 Describe Measurement Initiation & Administration job list (MIA) 6.4 Describe Performance Data Mediation application (PDM) 6.5 Describe Performance Management Subsystem (PMS) 6.6 Describe Statistical Gateway (SGw) data mediation tool 6.7 Describe the Ericsson Network IQ (ENIQ) performance management solution 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 33

34 7 Explain the Event Based Applications setup within OSS-RC 7.1 Describe the optional features of the Event Based Applications for Core, GSM and WCDMA RAN 7.2 Describe Real Time Performance monitoring (RPMO) 7.3 Explain the need for and concepts of EBS-S, EBS-G and EBS-W 7.4 Explain the need for and concepts of EDRO 7.5 Explain the need for and concepts of FFAX (and BLR) 7.6 Explain the need for and concepts of RTTM 8 Discuss the various tools within the OSS for management of the core network 8.1 Describe the key functions of the Circuit Switched management applications 8.2 Describe the key functions of the Packet Switched management applications 8.3 Discuss the Core Network Status Monitor 8.4 Recognize the optional features IMS Configuration Manager and IMS Subscriber Trace Target audience The target audience for this course is: Network Design Engineers, Network Deployment Engineers, Service Deployment Engineers, System Engineers, and Service Engineers. This audience is anyone working with OSS-RC who requires an introduction regarding how to use OSS-RC for network management purposes, within the work area. Prerequisites Successful completion of the following courses: GPRS System Survey (LZU108876) or EPC System Survey (LZU ) or The participants should be familiar with the Core network Duration and class size The length of the course is 3 days and the maximum number of participants is Error! Unknown document property name.. Learning situation The course is based on instructor-led lessons, demonstrations and hands-on exercises. 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 34

35 Time schedule The time required always depends on the knowledge of the attending participants and the hours stated below can be used as estimate. Day Topics in the course Estimated Time (hours) 1 OSS-RC Introduction 3 hours Fault Management 3 hours 2 AXE handling in OSS-RC 3 hours Software/Hardware Management Network Element Scripting 1 hour 2 hours 3 Network Statistics & ENIQ 1 hour Event Based Applications Core Network Applications 1 hour 4 hours 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 35

36 OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for WCDMA/LTE LZU R1A Description Do you find network management a high-pressure and challenging activity? On a daily basis must you respond to demands for information on the status of the network, network trends and optimization? This OSS-RC 12.2 Applications for WCDMA/LTE course will give you an introduction to the applications available in OSS-RC 12.2 for the management of WCDMA/LTE networks. This course gives an introduction to the various WCDMA/LTE applications for management of Ericsson nodes. Along with identifying the OSS applications and tools for management of specific WCDMA/LTE nodes there are also a number of common applications that will be described in this training, such as those used for fault and performance management. The course approaches network management proactively, introducing the OSS-RC applications that are used for the following key aspects of network management: Finding the current status of the network, and troubleshooting the network in the event of errors. Identifying trends in the network, predicting problems and optimizing the network as a result. Regular maintenance tasks to keep the network running smoothly at all times. After the course, the participants should have a basic understanding of how to use all the common OSS-RC applications and of how to proceed using the application themselves. Note: This course covers the management of just WCDMA/LTE networks using OSS-RC but some participants may require knowledge of other technologies, in which case one of the following courses may be more suitable: OSS-RC 12.2 Operations (LZU ) All technologies OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for GSM (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for Core and GSM (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for Core (LZU ) OSS-RC 12.2 Operations for Core and WCDMA/LTE (LZU )

37 Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will be able to: 1 Explain on overview level the OSS-RC Network Management system. 1.1 Explain why network management is necessary, and outline the role of OSS-RC as a network management system 1.2 Describe the overall functionality offered by OSS-RC 1.3 Identify the OSS-RC components 1.4 Describe the OSS Network Explorer and the Active Library Explorer (ALEX) 1.5 Describe how to add NE s to be managed by OSS through the use of ARNE 1.6 Explain the purpose and functionality of the Common Integration Framework (CIF) 1.7 Describe in brief the client server architecture 1.8 Explain the x86 migration and the high-availability solutions for OSS-RC. 2 Describe and use the Fault Management applications in OSS-RC 2.1 Explain the purpose of Fault Management (FM) and outline its benefits 2.2 Describe the architecture of the FM System 2.3 Discuss the alarm flow 2.4 Identify the various FM applications available 3 Explain the Software Management Organizer application 3.1 Explain the importance of Software Management Organizer (SMO) in OSS RC for regular maintenance of Network Elements. 3.2 Describe the functionality of SMO. 4 Explore the functionality of the Job Manager applications 4.1 Discuss the Job Structure and differentiate between the various components of a job such as tasks and activities. 4.2 Explore the options available from the Job Editor, Task Editor and Job Supervisor GUIs 5 Explain the Performance Management setup within OSS-RC 5.1 Explain the Performance Measurement Initiation (PMI) solution 5.2 Describe Statistical Measurement Initiation & Administration (SMIA) 5.3 Describe Measurement Initiation & Administration job list (MIA) 5.4 Describe Performance Data Mediation application (PDM) 5.5 Describe Performance Management Subsystem (PMS) 5.6 Describe Statistical Gateway (SGw) data mediation tool 5.7 Describe the Ericsson Network IQ (ENIQ) performance management solution 6 Explain the Event Based Applications setup within OSS-RC 6.1 Describe the optional features of the Event Based Applications for Core, GSM and WCDMA RAN 6.2 Describe Real Time Performance monitoring (RPMO) 6.3 Explain the need for and concepts of EBS-S, EBS-G and EBS-W 6.4 Explain the need for and concepts of EDRO 6.5 Explain the need for and concepts of FFAX (and BLR) 6.6 Explain the need for and concepts of RTTM 315/03819-FAP Uae Rev: B Commercial in Confidence 37

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