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    PerformanceManagement

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    References

    M2000 Operator Guide

    M2000 Administrator Guide

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    Objectives

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

    Describe Counters, Objects and Periods

    Manage Counters and Objects

    Query the Performance Results

    Monitor the Performance Task Status

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    Contents

    1. Basic Concept

    2. Monitoring NE performance

    3. Querying measurement result

    4. Managing counter thresholds

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    Elements of MeasurementCounter- What?

    Normal counter default counter extended counter

    Customized counter

    Object- Who?

    Physical concept Board/Cabinet

    Logical concept BSC, Cell TRX

    Period- When?

    5 15 30 60 1440 min

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    Measurement Function Sets andSubsets

    These counters are divided into three levels:

    Level 1 is the function set. A function set consists of multiple function subsetsrelated to a specific system function. Function sets are also called measurementsets.

    Level 2 is the function subset. A function subset consists of measurementcounters related to a certain system function. Function subsets are also calledmeasurement units.

    Level 3 is the measurement counter.

    Measurement objects and measurement counters are closely related. One object typecan map multiple function sets. One function set can map multiple object types. Onefunction set can contain multiple function subsets. One function subset, however,belongs to only one function set and one object type.

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    Performance MeasurementCounter

    System counter

    Common counter

    Extended counter

    Custom counter

    Common counter

    Common counters refer to the key counters defined by NEs. The NEs periodically reportthe measurement results of all the counters to the M2000. The M2000 saves themeasurement results to the performance database if the counters are selected. You canquery the measurement results stored in the performance database.

    Extended counter

    Extended counters are also defined by NEs. The NEs report the results of the selectedextended counters to the M2000. The M2000 determines whether to save the results ofthe selected extended counters in the performance database of the M2000 performancedatabase according to your requirements.

    Custom counter

    Custom counters refer to the counters defined on the M2000 client. The system definescustom counters by adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing the system defaultcounters (both common counters and extended counters). By using the existing customcounters, you can create more custom counters.

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    Performance MeasurementObjects

    Object

    Measurement objects refer to the objects that are measured. A

    measurement object can be a physical entity such as a board

    or a subrack, or a logical entity such as a cell or a neighbor cell.

    WiMAX NEs are type 1 object

    Certain mapping relations exist between measurement objects and measurementcounters. Each measurement object maps one or more measurement counters, that is,the measured object has specific measurement items. Measurement counters, however,depend on measurement objects.

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    Object Type

    Object type 1: You need not specify measurement objects.

    The system measures this type of objects by default.

    Object type 2: You need to specify measurement objects.

    After this type of measurement objects are manually added

    to an NE, the NE notifies the M2000 of the addition.

    Object type 3: You need to enter the specific characteristics

    of an object. The measurement is based on the entered

    characteristics.

    Examples

    Type 1: DBS3900 WiMAX

    Type 2: CDMA BSC6680

    Type 3: CPE

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    Performance MeasurementPeriods

    Period

    A measurement period refers to the interval for NEs to report

    performance measurement results. It define how to measure.

    The measurement periods vary according to the measurement

    objects.

    The following measurement periods are available for WiMAX :

    WASN9770: 5 minutes (optional), 30 minutes

    DBS3900: 30 minutes

    A measurement period refers to the interval for NEs to report performance measurementresults. NEs report measurement results to the M2000 periodically. The M2000 analyzesthe results and then saves the results to the database for future queries. Themeasurement periods vary according to the measurement objects. The following

    measurement periods of WiMAX Nes are available: 5minutes, 30 minutes.Not all the counters support the 5 minutes period.

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    Performance Measurement Procedure

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    Managing Objects and counters

    Step 1 Choose Performance > Measure Management > measurement Settings toview the Measure Management window,

    Step 2 Select Object Type for Organization Style .

    Step 3 Select an object type on the navigation tree.

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    Managing Objects and counters (Cont.)

    Measurement Period

    Measurement Counter

    Measurement Object

    Step 1 Choose Performance > Measure Management > Measurement Settings, andthen click the Measurement Settings tab.

    Step 2 On the Measurement Settings tab page of the Measure Management dialogbox, select an object type or a function subset from the navigation tree.

    Step 3 Select a function set and subset on the Measurement Settings tab page. Selectthe objects and counters to be measured.

    CAUTION: You must select a CBSS object manually.

    Step 4 Click Apply to complete the measurement setting.

    Step 5 Click the Measurement Records tab to check whether the measurement settingis successful.

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