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Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch Hardware Upgrade


AXi to AXmp and AXi

to Netra 20

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Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch

Hardware Upgrade for Release 4.1
:

AXi to AXmp


and

AXi to Netra 20


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Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch Hardware Upgrade for Release 4.1: AXi to AXmp and AXi to Netra 20

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Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch Hardware Upgrade


AXi to AXmp and AXi

to Netra 20

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Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch Hardware Upgrade
for Release 4.1: AXi to AXmp and AX
i to Netra 20


Purpose
:

This procedure is used to replace
two

in
-
service Element Management System

(
EMS
)
host machine
s in a Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch
. The machine
s

to be replaced
are

the
Continuous Computing (CCPU)
AXi
hos
ts
. The replacement machine
s can
be either two

CCPU AXmp machine
s

or
two

Sun

Netra 20

machine
s
.


CAUTION
:

This procedure must be performed by an authorized person who is proficient in Solaris
operations and file management. Failure to carry out this procedure correctly could affect
traff
ic.


Preparation
:

1.

Perform an “audit database type=full” a day prior to the upgrade.

2.

Obtain two CDs
:


BTS 10200
Solaris 8 Boot CD” and “
BTS 10200
Install CD”.

3.

Obtain a CD jumpstart procedure.

4.

Insta
ll Solaris 8 on to both new CCPU

AXmp

(or Sun Netra 20) mac
hines
.


Procedure
:

A.

From Active EMS

1.

Login as root

2.

Check Oracle DB replication status

3.

<hostname>#
su


oracle

4.

<hostname>$
dbadm

C rep

5.

Verify that all tables are “empty”

Example:

OPTICAL1::Deftrandest is empty?


YES

OPTICAL1::dba_repcatlog is empty?

YES

OPTIC
AL1::Deferror is empty?


YES

OPTICAL1::Deftran is empty?

YES

OPTICAL1::Has no broken job?

YES

OPTICAL1::JQ Lock is empty?


YES


OPTICAL2::Deftrandest is empty?


YES

OPTICAL2::dba_repcatlog is empty?

YES

OPTICAL2::Deferror is em
pty?

YES

OPTICAL2::Deftran is empty?


YES

OPTICAL2::Has no broken job?

YES

OPTICAL2::JQ Lock is empty?


YES

6.

Login as CLI user

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7.

CLI>
control bdms id=BDMS01;target
-
state=forced
-
standby
-
active;

8.

CLI>
control element
-
manager id=EM0
1;target
-
state=forced
-
standby
-
active;

9.

CLI>
exit;


B.

From EMS
Side A
:


1.

Disable Oracle DB replication.

2.

Login as root

3.

<hostname>#
su


oracle

4.

<hostname>$
cd /opt/oracle/admin/utl

5.

<hostname>$
rep_toggle

s optical1

t load_pkg

6.

Answer “y”

7.

<hostname>$
rep_toggle

s opt
ical1

t add_toggle

8.

Answer “y”

9.

<hostname>$
rep_toggle

s optical1

t set_simplex

10.

Answer “y” twice

11.

<hostname>$
rep_toggle

s optical1

t show_mode

12.

Verify Orac
le DB replication is in SIMPLEX mode

13.

<hostname>#
platform stop all

14.

<hostname>#
platform start


C.

From EMS

Side B
:


1.

Login as root

2.

Login as CLI user

3.

CLI>
control bdms id=BDMS01;target
-
state=forced
-
active
-
standby;

4.

CLI>
control element
-
manager id=EM01;target
-
state=forced
-
active
-
standby;

5.

CLI>
exit;

6.

<hostname>#
platform stop all

7.

Ftp billing records off the system.

8.

<ho
stname>#
shutdown

y

g0

i5

9.

Power off the CCPU
-
AXi system.

10.

Label all Ethernet
cables (should be 5), disconnect th
em fr
om AXi and
connect them to AXmp (or Netra 20)
.

11.

Power on the new
AXmp

(or Netra 20)

unit

12.

Login as root

13.

Ftp the following files from
Side A

and put them in /tmp directory of
Side
B
: /etc/hosts, /etc/netmasks, /etc/inet/ntp.conf, /etc/opticall.cfg,
/etc/resolv.conf, /opt/setup/setconems.sh, /etc/named.conf,
/var/named/named.cache, /var/named/named.localhost

14.

<hostname>#
cd /tmp

15.

<hostname>#
cp hos
ts host

16.

<hostname>#
cp ntp.conf /etc/inet/

17.

<hostname>#
cp opticall.cfg /etc/

18.

<hostname>#
cp resolv.conf /etc/

19.

<hostname>#
cp setconems.sh /opt/setup/

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20.

<hostname>#
cp
named.conf /etc/

21.

<hostname>#
cp named.cache /var/named/

22.

<hostname>#
cp named.localhost /var/named/

23.

<hostname>#
/opt/setup/setconems.sh qfe

24.

<hostname>#
shutdown

y

g0

i6

25.

Login as root

26.

Install BTS 10200 software with “
-
upgrade” option.

27.

Reboot the system after the installation is completed.

28.

Login as root

29.

<hostname>#
platform stop all

30.

<hostname>#
platform s
tart

i oracle

31.

Copying database from
Side A

32.

<hostname>#
su


oracle

33.

<hostname>$
cd /opt/oracle/admin/upd

34.

<hostname>$
java dba.upd.UPDMgr

loadconfig

35.

<hostname>$
java dba.upd.UPDMgr

skip reset upgrade

36.

<hostname>$
java dba.upd.UPDMgr

upgrade all

37.

<hostname>$
grep

“FAIL=” UPDMgr.log

Note: if FAIL count is not 0, stop and call Cisco TAC for help.

38.

<hostname>$
cd /opt/oracle/admin/create/data

39.

<hostname>$
make upgrade_data DB=optical2

40.

Disable Oracle DB replication:

41.

<
hostname>$
cd /opt/oracle/admin/utl

42.

<hostname>$
rep_toggl
e

s optical
2


t load_pkg

43.

Answer “y”

44.

<hostname>$
rep_toggle

s optical2


t add_toggle

45.

Answer “y”

46.

<hostname>$
rep_toggle

s optical2


t set_simplex

47.

Answer “y” twice

48.

<hostname>$
rep_toggle

s optical2


t show_mode

49.

Verify Orac
le DB replication is in SIMPLEX mode

50.

<hostname>$
exit

51.

<hostname>#
platform stop

i oracle

52.

<hostname>#
platform start


D.

From EMS
Side A


1.

Login as CLI user

2.

CLI>
control bdms id=BDMS01;target
-
state=forced
-
standby
-
active;

3.

CLI>
control element
-
manager id=EM01;target
-
state=forced
-
standby
-
active;

4.

CLI>
exi
t

5.

Let the system run overnight or longer if necessary.


E.

From EMS
Side A

1.

Login as root

2.

<hostname>#
platform stop all

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3.

Ftp billing records off the system if any.

4.

<hostname>#
shutdown

y

g0

i5

5.

Repeat step C9


C28.

6.

Copying database from
Side B

7.

<hostname>#
nodes
tat


8.

Verify that all platforms are up and in forced
-
standby mode.

9.

<hostname>#
su


oracle

10.

<hostname>
$
cd /opt/oracle/admin/upd

11.

<hostname>$
java dba.upd.UPDMgr

loadconfig

12.

<hostname>$
java dba.upd.UPDMgr

skip reset upgrade

13.

<hostname>$
java dba.upd.UPDMgr

upgra
de all

14.

<hostname>$
grep “FAIL=” UPDMgr.log

Note: if FAIL count is not 0, stop and call Cisco TAC for help.

15.

<hostname>$
cd /opt/oracle/admin/create/data

16.

<hostname>$
make upgrade_data DB=optical1

( the last character is
number one ‘1’)


F.

From EMS
Side B

1.

Login as

CLI user

2.

CLI>
control bdms id=BDMS01;target
-
state=forced
-
active
-
standby;

3.

CLI>
control element
-
manager id=EM01;target
-
state=forced
-
active
-
standby;

4.

Enable Oracle DB replication:

5.

<hostname>#
su


oracle

6.

<hostname>$
cd /opt/oracle/admin/utl

7.

<hostname>$
rep_toggle

s optical
2


t set_duplex

8.

Answer “y” twice

9.

<hostname>$
rep_toggle

s optical2


t show_mode

10.

Verify Oracle DB replication is in DUPLEX mode

11.

<hostname>$
rep_toggle

s optical2


t remove_pkg

12.

Answer “y”.

13.

<hostname>#
exit

14.

<hostname>#
platform stop all

15.

<hostname>#
pla
tform start


G.

From EMS
Side A

1.

Login as CLI user.

2.

CLI>
control BDMS id=BDMS01;target
-
state=normal;

3.

CLI>
control element
-
manager id=EM01;target
-
state=normal;

4.

CLI>
sync termination master=CAxxx; target=EMS;

5.

CLI>
sync sc1d master=FSPTCyyy; target=EMS;

6.

CLI>
sync

sc2d master=FSPTCyyy; target=EMS;

7.

CLI>
sync sle master=FSPTCyyy; target=EMS;

8.

CLI>
sync subscriber
-
feature
-
data master=FSPTCyyy; target=EMS;

9.

C
LI>
exit;

10.

Perform an “audit database type=full” .