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Changes between Version 17 and Version 18 of aWiMAX/cHardware/aBS/cAirspan/cInstallation


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Oct 3, 2012, 6:06:12 PM (9 years ago)
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    130130After Installing Netspan, import the license file provided by Airspan into the NMS software
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     132Open a web browser and go to "localhost/netspan"
     133
     134Enter " username :admin;password: password"
     135
    132136[[Image(a-lic-1.jpg, width=300)]]
    133137[[Image(a-lic-2.jpg, width=300)]]
    134138[[Image(a-lic-3.jpg, width=300)]]
    135139
    136 === 3.5  Base Station Server ===
     140=== 3.5 Adding a Base station profile for a GENI site ===
     141
     142  After uploading the license,
     143  - Create a discovery task: Server -> Discovery parameters -> Add
     144(the form fields should match the BS configuration)
     145  - Wait for the discovery to take place
     146  - After a while, the BS should be visible under Configuration
     147management -> Node -> Node
     148  - Select it and click on Edit
     149  - Configure everything according to the "golden config" (basically
     150the default settings), except for the IP address and RF profile which
     151are site-specific
     152  - Make sure that the form field "Ready for service" says "Ready for service"
     153  - Click OK
     154  - Wait for the provisioning to complete (it takes a couple of minutes)
     155  - If the provisioning fails, the BS is probably in "maintenance"
     156mode (ours was) and must be switched to "out of service" with the
     157following steps:
     158      -- Select the BS and click on Manage
     159      -- Go to the "State and control" page
     160      -- Under "16e BS service state" select "Set out of service"
     161      -- Click OK and wait, now the provisioning should take place
     162  - Switch the "16e BS service state" to "in service", following the
     163above procedure
     164  - Now netspan should report all green and the BS should be fully up
     165and running
     166
     167''' Note ''' that the BS cannot be moved from "maintenance" to "in service"
     168directly (at least it didn't work when I tried yesterday), so it must
     169be put first into "out of service" state, and then finally "in
     170service".
     171
     172=== 3.6  Base Station Server ===
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    142 == 3.6  Virtual Machine Server ==
     178== 3.7  Virtual Machine Server ==
    143179
    144180Linux server, equipped with two Ethernet NICs, each with two Ethernet interfaces.
     
    146182KVM VMs installed.
    147183
    148 === 3.7  OMF/OML Server ===
     184=== 3.8  OMF/OML Server ===
    149185
    150186Linux server, equipped with two Ethernet NICs, each with two Ethernet interfaces.
     
    153189Ubuntu VMs installed?
    154190
    155 ==== 3.7.1  Aggregate Manager VM ====
     191==== 3.8.1  Aggregate Manager VM ====
    156192
    157193
    158 ==== 3.7.2  Experiment Controller VM ====
     194==== 3.8.2  Experiment Controller VM ====
    159195