This document describes how to install the Cisco Mobile Wireless Transport Manager (MWTM) 6.1.4.
This guide describes the supported platforms, hardware and software requirements, and installation procedures for the MWTM. Using the information provided in this guide, you can complete the tasks that are necessary to install and verify MWTM in your system environment.
For the latest MWTM information and software updates, go to http://www.cisco.com/go/mwtm.
This guide is for network administrators or operators who install, configure, and verify the MWTM software. Network administrators or operators should have the following skills:
•Basic network management skills
•Basic Solaris and Linux system administrator skills
•Basic knowledge of the type of networks you are managing and related protocols such as IP, Signaling System 7 (SS7), IP Transport Protocol (ITP), IP Radio Access Network (IP-RAN), Gateway GPRS Support Node (GGSN), Broadband Wireless Gateway (BWG), Home Agent (HA), and Content Services Gateway (CSG), as required.
This guide includes the following chapters and appendixes:
•Chapter 1, "Preparing to Install the MWTM"—Describes the MWTM installation methods, supported platforms, and hardware and software requirements.
•Chapter 2, "Installing the MWTM 6.1.4 on Solaris"—Provides details on how to install, verify, and uninstall the MWTM on a Solaris workstation.
•Chapter 3, "Installing the MWTM 6.1.4 on Linux"—Provides details on how to install, verify, and uninstall the MWTM on a Linux workstation.
•Chapter 4, "Installing the MWTM Client on Windows"—Provides details on how to install, verify, and uninstall the MWTM client on a Windows workstation.
This document uses the following conventions:
Commands and keywords
Variables for which you supply values
Displayed session and system information
Information you enter
Variables you enter
Menu items and button names
Selecting a menu item in paragraphs
Option > Network Preferences
Selecting a menu item in tables
Option > Network Preferences
Note Means reader take note. Notes contain helpful suggestions or references to material not covered in the publication.
reader be careful. In this situation, you might do something that could result in equipment damage or loss of data.
Tip Means the following is a useful tip.
Additional information can be found in the following publications of the MWTM documentation set:
•User Guide for the Cisco Mobile Wireless Transport Manager 6.1.4
•Release Notes for the Cisco Mobile Wireless Transport Manager 6.1.4
•OSS Integration Guide for the Cisco Mobile Wireless Transport Manager 6.1.4
•Alarm Guide for the Cisco Mobile Wireless Transport Manager 6.1.4
•Supported IOS Releases for the Cisco Mobile Wireless Transport Manager and the Cisco Signaling Gateway Manager
These documents can be found on cisco.com:
Related MWTM documentation includes:
•Additional MWTM Documentation
Additional MWTM Documentation
Additional MWTM documentation can be found on Cisco.com:
The MWTM includes a browser-based online help system that is searchable and supports bookmarking of favorite content.
Note When you access online help for the first time, there might be a slight pause while your client browser loads the online help.
Cisco IP Transfer Point (ITP)
Information about Cisco IP Transfer Point (ITP) software, including procedures for configuring ITP nodes, can be found on Cisco.com:
Information about the Cisco ITPs can be found in the documentation that shipped with the ITP.
Cisco IP Radio Access Network (IP-RAN)
For information about IP-RAN, visit these websites:
Information about Cisco IPRAN nodes, including procedures for configuring IPRAN objects, can be found on Cisco.com:
•Cisco MWR 1900 Series:
•Cisco MWR 2900 Series:
•Cisco 3800 Series:
•Cisco ME 3400 Series:
•Cisco ONS 15454:
•Cisco 7600 Series:
Information about mSEF documentation can be found on Cisco.com:
Cisco Gateway GPRS Support Node (GGSN)
For information about GGSN, visit this URLs:
Cisco Home Agent (HA)
For information about HA, see these URLs:
Cisco Content Services Gateway (CSG)
For information about CSG, see these URLs:
Cisco Broadband Wireless Gateway (BWG)
For information about BWG,see these URLs:
Server Load-Balancing/Exchange Director
For information about Server Load-Balancing/Exchange Director, see this URL:
Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request
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