6.2.1 Attributes and relationships

32.7623GPPEvolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access Network (E-UTRAN) Network Resource Model (NRM) Integration Reference Point (IRP)Information Service (IS)Release 10Telecommunication managementTS

Figure 6.2.1.1: Cell view of E-UTRAN NRM

NOTE 1: If an instance of the ServesRN association is present, then a corresponding instance of ServedByEGC must be present. In this case, the ENBFunction and RNFunction instances are under the management scope of the same IRPAgent.
If an instance of the ServesExtRN association is present, then a corresponding instance of ServedByExtEGC must be present. In this case, the ENBFunction and RNFunction instances are under the management scope of two different IRPAgents.

NOTE 2: The modelling of the DeNB capability as a separate IOC or as attributes of ENBFunction is FFS

Figure 6.2.1.2a: E-UTRAN relaying view of E-UTRAN NRM

Figure 6.2.1.2b: E-UTRAN relaying view of E-UTRAN NRM_2

Figure 6.2.1.3: Transport view of E-UTRAN NRM

Figure 6.2.1.4: Radio equipment view of E-UTRAN NRM

NOTE: Please see TS 32.792 [31] for the definitions of the associations in this figure.

Figure 6.2.1.5: MBMS view of E-UTRAN NRM 1

NOTE 1: This is E-UTRAN NRM containment/relationship Figure form view of MBMS when MCE and ENB belong to one Network Element.

Figure 6.2.1.6: MBMS view of E-UTRAN NRM 2

NOTE 2: This is E-UTRAN NRM containment/relationship Figure form view of MBMS when MCE and ENB belong to different Network Elements.

Figure 6.2.1.7: Energy Saving view of E-UTRAN NRM

Figure 6.2.1.8: Cell Outage Compensation NRM IOCs (Containment Relationship)

Figure 6.2.1.9: Cell SON Attributes NRM IOCs (Containment Relationship)