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Configure basic eNB configuration in Landslide

Please tell me basic configure of a single eNodeB product family.
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LarryVeilleux avatar image LarryVeilleux ♦♦ commented ·
Hi, I'm checking on an answer for you.
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ericnute avatar image ericnute commented ·
Hello sachin. Could you please provide more details about what you are trying to achieve or what you are trying to test? Information about what you have already tried would be helpful as well.
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DebbieLandis answered DebbieLandis edited
Hi Sachin, Using Landslide, you may configure LTE nodal test applications to emulate the eNodeB as part of both the MME Nodal and SGW Nodal test cases. The MME Nodal test case allows you to configure parameters for both the eNodeB control and user nodes, and the SGW Nodal test case allows you to configure parameters for an emulated eNodeB user node. Both the MME and SGW Nodal test cases allow you to configure multiple eNodeB control nodes and the MME Nodal test case allows you to configure the eNodeB control node as multi-homed. There is some very good information available on Spirent Customer Service Center (CSC) online at http://support.spirentcom.com. Once you're logged in, the Landslide user manual is available on the Landslide Download Pages and there is some very good information on test applications contained in the Essentials of Landslide web based training. If you have more information on your test needs, that would be helpful to get you more specific information on test configuration. Hope this helps!
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