OSS-RC Applications for NOC Engineers

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OSS-RC Applications for NOC Engineers

LNA 108 9006 R13B

Depiction

Do you have to know what data components are inside each of the LTE hubs? Do you discover arrange administration a high-weight and testing action? Every day must you react to requests for data on the status of the system, organize patterns and enhancement? This course furnishes understudies with a comprehension of the Operation Support System (OSS) apparatuses accessible on the OSS-RC for RF Engineers dealing with the LTE/SAE arrange. Understudies will figure out how to use the OSS to perform the regular operation and upkeep errands for alert administration and survey organize component arrangement.

Learning destinations

On consummation of this course, the members will have the capacity to: 
1. Module 1 - OSS Introduction: After this module, the members will have the capacity to:
2. Understand the reason and capacity of the OSS
3. Describe the capacity of the OSS equipment hubs
4. List OSS applications identified with LTE/SAE

Module 2 – ALEX: After this module, the members will have the capacity to:
1. List the errands that OSS clients can perform utilizing ALEX documentation apparatuses
2. Launch and explore the ALEX apparatus
3. Describe the structure of the OSS record library.

Module 3 - OSS Explorer: After this module, the members will have the capacity to:
1. List the assignments that can be performed with the OEX instrument
2. Locate and utilize the OEX client documentation in the OSS CPI
3. Launch and explore the OEX device
4. Launch OSS applications from the OEX device

Module 4 - ERBS Element Manager: After this module, the members will have the capacity to:
1. List the undertakings that can be performed with the RBS Element Manager device
2. Locate and utilize the Element Manager client documentation in the LTE RAN CPI
3. Describe the eRBS data sees
4. Perform setup changes
5. Launch and explore the RBS Element Manager
 
Module 5 - Fault Management: After this module, the members will have the capacity to:
1. List the highlights and elements of the OSS Fault Management environment›
2. List the undertakings that OSS clients can perform utilizing OSS Fault Management›
3. List the client apparatuses for overseeing cautions in the OSS›
4. Locate and utilize Fault Management apparatuses client documentation›
5. Describe the highlights and elements of the Alarm List Viewer (ALV), Alarm Status Grid (ASM), and Alarm Log Browser (ALB) tools›
6. Use ASM to show an outline of caution states for different hubs
7. Learn to explore and arrange the ALV to see alarms›
8. Use ALB to see caution history›
9. Export caution data from ALV and ALB to a file›
10.Develop a work stream for alert dealing with utilizing the FM devices on the OSS and CPI

Module 6 - Software Management Organizer: After this module, the members will have the capacity to:
 1. List the undertakings that can be performed by Software Management Organizer (SMO)
2. Locate and utilize the SMO client documentation
3. Launch and explore the SMO UI
4. View LTE arrange component programming and equipment data
5. Export Hardware, Software and License data from SMO
6. Synchronize SMO database data for Hardware, Software, and Licensing
7. Create CVs on eRBS and transfer to the FTP Server utilizing SMO
8. Perform eRBS wellbeing checks from the SMO   

Module 7 - Common Explorer: Configuration: After this module, the members will have the capacity to:
1. List the highlights in CEX for LTE
2. Locate and utilize the CEX client documentation in the OSS CPI
3. Launch and explore the CEX device
4. Understand the Configuration Perspective Features for LTE
 
Module 8 - Common Explorer: Status: After this module, the members will have the capacity to:
1. List the highlights in CEX for LTE
2. Locate and utilize the CEX client documentation in the OSS CPI
3. Launch and explore the CEX instrument
4. Understand Status Perspective Features for LTE
 
Module 9 - Cabinet Viewer: After this module, the members will have the capacity to:
1. List the errands that can be performed with the Cabinet Viewer device
2. Launch and explore the Cabinet Viewer to see eNodeB alerts and equipment status
3. View and translate visual pointers (LEDs) utilizing the Cabinet Viewer
4. Use the Cabinet Viewer to bolt, open and restart eNodeB module units
5. Use the Cabinet Viewer get to eNodeB data


Target group of onlookers
The intended interest group for this course is: Service Engineer, NOC Engineer

Essentials
Fruitful fulfillment of the accompanying courses: LTE/SAE System Overview, LZU1087020

Length and class measure
The length of the course is 3 days and the most extreme number of members is 8.

Learning circumstance
This course depends on hypothetical educator drove lessons given in a classroom domain

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