Huawei Certified Network Professional - Huawei Mobile Soft Switch Technologies and Device Training

Training Path

Target Audience

Core network commissioning engineers, operation and maintenance engineers, optimization engineers

Prerequisites

  • At least two years experience of operation and maintenance of GSM NSS/UMTS CS or other telecommunication equipments
  • A basic knowledge of mobile communication and soft switch principle

Objectives

On completion of this program, the participants will be able to:

  • Edit the data configuration scripts of MSOFTX3000
  • Perform the dynamic data configuration and modification
  • Understand deeply number analysis concepts and working principle in MSOFTX3000
  • Perform number analysis configuration and testing task, including call barring analysis, failure processing data, equal access data, etc
  • Understand deeply IN service concepts and processing flow in MSOFTX3000
  • Perform IN service configuration and testing task, including DP data, SCP data, IN service data, IN announcement data, etc
  • Understand deeply IN service concepts and processing flow in MSOFTX3000
  • Perform IN service configuration and testing task, including DP data, SCP data, IN service data, IN announcement data, etc
  • Understand deeply Dual-homing concepts, networking modes and switchover modes in MSOFTX3000
  • Use the emergency maintenance tools and platform, and understand device and service emergency maintenance procedure
  • Perform complex hardware, interfaces, service troubleshooting
  • Describe BSSAP protocol stack and function
  • Analysis main procedures of BSSAP (Paging, Initial MS Message, Cipher Mode Control, Assignment, Handover, Release, DTAP Message)
  • Describe Iu interface protocol stack and function
  • Describe classification of RANAP messages
  • Analysis Iu connection Management, RAB assignment, SRNS Relocation
  • CS Domain MM, CC procedures in Iu Interfaces
  • Perform protocol stack and main functions of SIGTRAN
  • Analysis SCTP association establishment and close flows
  • Describe UA concepts introduction (AS, SG, IPSP, Entity, Routing key)
  • Perform messages analysis of SCTP, M2UA, and M3UA
  • Describe H.248 Protocol stack and functions
  • Perform message analysis of H.248 based on scenario
  • Describe BICC protocol stack and functions
  • Analysis key parameters of BICC
  • Analysis BICC message
  • Describe MSC Pool networking
  • Describe principles related to the MSC Pool features. (The load balancing of MSC Pool, Handover in MSC Pool, Disaster tolerance in MSC Pool, Subscriber migration in MSC Pool, A-Flex by the MGW, Managing A-Interface Circuits on the MGW, Charging based on Virtual MSC IDs or Location Areas)
  • Describe MSC Pool configuration flow overview
  • Perform MSC Pool feature configuration in MSC Server and MGW
  • Perform MSC Pool configuration based on different scenarios (NNSF implemented by RNC, NNSF implemented by MGW, Restructure MSC Pool based on current network)
  • Monitor MSC Pool Load in real time
  • Operate performance report of the MSC Pool
  • Perform migration of subscribers
  • Perform MSC Pool configuration synchronization between NE and M2000
  • Perform end-to-end tracing of calls on the MSC Pool
  • Perform the dynamic data configuration and modification
  • Check the data configuration correctness and validity
  • Use the emergency maintenance tools and platform, and understand emergency maintenance procedure
  • Handle UMG8900 device and service fault and perform emergency recovering
  • Perform complex hardware, interfaces, signaling, service networking troubleshooting

Duration

21 working days

Class Size

16 persons