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9. WiMAX RF Aggregate Manager Service
wimaxrf is an Aggregate Manager (AM) that is used to configure and control WIMAX (Basestation) RF Section.
WiMAX RF Aggregate Manager
apt-get install omf-wimaxrf-aggmgr-5.2
The configuration file for wimxrf AM is in the same location as for all the other OMF AM services in /etc/omf-agggr-5.2/available/wimaxrf.yaml. The configuration file consists of multiple section sections relating to different components of the services.
Default parameter values are shown in ; Bold font indicates mandatory parameters.
asngw: if: eth1 ip: 10.3.0.71 rcvport: 54321 sndport: 54321 id: ASNGW000 tecnh: 3 dsc: IP-Config-Mgmt
datapath: type: simpleclick def_gw: 10.41.0.1 net_mask: 255.255.0.0 def_ip: 10.41.0.254
These configuration parameters are temporary → click is supposed to learn them from client DHCP requests.
- def_gw: IP address of the default gateway for WiMAX clients [none]
- net_mask: Network mask for datapath subnet [none]
- def_ip: IP address that will be given to clients that are not assigned IP address (i.e. unknown clients) [none]
auth: database: /var/spool/asnctrl/wimax-clients.sql allow_unknown: true
- database: Location of the SQLite authentication database var/spool/asnctrl/wimax-clients.sql
- allow_unknown: If set to true, will allow access for clients that are not registered in the authentication database [false]
reset: file: '/defaults/reset.xml'
- file: location of the default configuration [none]. The file is an XML file that containes default BS parameters and is used with /default wimaxrf service
Each of the sections in this file should be modified to reflect your deployment configuration (please keep in mind that this is a YAML file and that it depends heavily on spaces and not TABs). Once the configuration file is ready, you have to enable the service by creating the symbolic link in /etc/omf-aggmgr-5.2/enabled:
ln -s ../available/wimaxrf.yaml
and restarting the OMF aggregate manager service:
OMF aggregate managers have quite extended logging capabilities. Log messages from all of the enabled services are stored in /var/log/omf-aggmgr-5.2.log