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   Aricent EPCLite Startup and Auto-configuration Utility v1.13    ARICENT COPYRIGHT, 2013   All rights reserved. This publication and its contents are proprietary to Aricent Inc.   Aricent EPCLite StartUp and Auto-Configuration Utility This note captures the procedure for startup and auto-configuration of EPCLite setup. 1 Purpose This utility is used for installation & auto-configuration of all EPC nodes for the mandatory configuration required to bring up EPC nodes for EPC Release 2.1.2.18 2 EPCLite Dependencies No. Package Description Package Name 1 Linux kernel version 2.6.18-164 2 GNU bash, version 3.2.25 bash 3 GCC version 4.1.2 gcc 4 GNU Make version 3.81 make 5 Python version 2.4.3 python 6 MOD Python version 3.2.8-3.1 mod_python 7 Mod SSL version 2.2.3-3.1 (Optional- required for https support) mod_ssl 8 MySQL Database mysql 9 MySQL Database Development Version mysql-devel 10 Apache version 2.2.3 httpd 11 Sqlite3 Database v3.6.23.1 sqlite3 12 Mozilla Firefox version 3.0.12 for Linux machine firefox 13 Firefox version 3.6.8/3.6.9 for Windows machine 14 NetSNMP 5.3.2.2 for SNMP support net-snmp 15 Perl v5.8.8 for SNMP support perl 16 perl-Net-IP-1.25-2 perl-Net-IP 17 RPM v4.4.2.3 rpm 18 RPM Build 4.4.2.3 rpm-build 19 Tar GNU tar 1.15.1 tar 20 Gzip 1.3.5 gzip 21 ncurses-5.5-24 ncurses-devel 22 elf utils elfutils 23 sensors lm_sensors 24 HTTP server 2.2.3-45 httpd 25 Syslog sysklogd   Aricent EPCLite Startup and Auto-configuration Utility v1.13    ARICENT COPYRIGHT, 2013   All rights reserved. This publication and its contents are proprietary to Aricent Inc.   26 Expect 5.43 expect 27 cpio-2.6 cpio 3 Prerequisites 1. All dependencies of Aricent EPClite software are available on target machine. 2. Quick Install utility should be executed on the same machine on which the EPC nodes are to be installed. 3. Linux package Expect   should be installed at /usr/bin/ 4. Linux package bash  should be present at /bin/bash 5. root privilege is required to run this utility. 6. EMS IP address should be configured on target machine. 7. The swap memory of the server should be double the RAM size (recommended) 8. The physical IP address of Nodes must be pre-configured on server (in case of HA) 4 Usage 4.1) NON-HA Installation 1. Untar the <QuickInstall*.tar.gz >file. 2. Change parameters in <config_epc.cfg> as per setup. (Please note that this file contains only sample configuration). 3. Place all RPMs at ./QuickInstall/RPM/ 4. Place all License files in ./QuickInstall/LICENSE/ 5. Execute epc_install binary as: ./epc_install a. Select Option 1 for complete EPC node installation b. Select Options 2-7 for Node Patch Installation. c. Select Option 8 to Quit 4.2)   HA Installation   1. Untar the <QuickInstall*.tar.gz >file. 2. Change parameters in <config_epc.cfg> as per setup 3. Change parameters in <config_epc_ha.cfg > as per setup   Aricent EPCLite Startup and Auto-configuration Utility v1.13    ARICENT COPYRIGHT, 2013   All rights reserved. This publication and its contents are proprietary to Aricent Inc.   4. Place all RPMs at ./QuickInstall/RPM/ 5. Place all License files in ./QuickInstall/LICENSE/ 6. Execute epc_ha_install binary as: ./epc_ha_install a. Select Option 1 for complete EPC node installation on Active-Mode server b. Select Options 3-8 for Node Patch Installation. c. Select Option 9 to Quit  After installation of the EPC software on this server, a success message is displayed. For the standby (mate) machine, copy the same QuickInstall Utility and select Option 2 (Fresh Installation on Standby Node) in the command line of epc_ha_install script. 7. Start the services on mate system using the command: startepc 5 Successful Installation Once the utility completes the configuration of EPC nodes, you may check the running status of each node via the following commands:   service ems status   service epgw status   service esgw status   service hss status   service mme status The administrator can now view the configuration and EPC node status using the EMS by following the steps: 1. Input the EMS IP address in the address URL on the internet browser 2. Login to the EMS using the default administrator credentials (login: admin; password: admin) System is now installed, setup and configured. The EPC can now start its function.   Aricent EPCLite Startup and Auto-configuration Utility v1.13    ARICENT COPYRIGHT, 2013   All rights reserved. This publication and its contents are proprietary to Aricent Inc.   6 PCRF Installation 6.1 Prerequisites 1. EMS, HSS and PGW nodes must be installed, configured and running. 6.2 Usage 6.2.1) Non-HA Installation 1. Change parameters in <config_pcrf.cfg> as per setup 2. Place PCRF RPM at ./QuickInstall/RPM/ 3. Place PCRF License files at ./QuickInstall/LICENSE/ 4. Execute pcrf_install binary as: ./pcrf_install 6.2.2) HA Installation 1. Change parameters in <config_pcrf_ha.cfg > as per setup 2. Place PCRF License files at ./QuickInstall/LICENSE/ 4. Execute pcrf_ha_install binary as: ./pcrf_ha_install  After installation of HA a success message is displayed 5. For standby/mate machine, run epc_ha_install script and select Option 2 “Fresh Installation StandbyMode”. It will ask for pcrf install also on SM machine. Give the input as ‘y’ for pcrf installation  6. Start the PCRF service on mate system as service pcrf start 6.3 Successful Installation Once the utility completes the configuration of PCRF node, you may check the running status of pcrf node using the following command: service pcrf status 7 Subscriber Management The QuickInstall Utility creates a default EMS user with credentials: (login: hssuser; password: hssuser). This login may be used to individually view, modify or add subscribers & their subscription data.
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