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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Ethernet Service Configuration Parameters

Ethernet Service Configuration Parameters

Ethernet services can be classified into Ethernet private line services and Ethernet private network services. Ethernet private line services include EPL services and EVPL services. Ethernet private network services include EPLAN services and EVPLAN services.

Configuring Ethernet Private Line Services

This topic describes the parameters, such as operation type, service type, and encapsulation format of the P port, that are used for configuring Ethernet private line services.

Table 2-192 lists the parameters that are used for configuring Ethernet private line services.

Table 2-192  Parameters for configuring Ethernet private line services

Field

Value Range

Description

Board

For example: NE501-5-EFS8

Displays the name of the board.

Service Type

EPL, EVPL(QinQ)

Default value: EPL

NOTE:

The value ranges of the parameters are different from each other for different boards and products.

The Service Type (EPL Service) parameter specifies the Ethernet private line service type.

Value description:
  • EPL: Indicates the transparent transmission service or the VLAN private line service.
  • EVPL(QinQ): Indicates the Ethernet QinQ virtual private line service.
Recommendations:

Select a service type as required.

Service Direction

Bidirectional, Unidirectional

Default value: Bidirectional

Specifies the transmission direction of the service.

A bidirectional service refers to the two services that are transmitted from the source port to the sink port and from the sink port to the source port. A unidirectional service refers to the service that is transmitted from the source port to the sink port.

Source Port

PORTn, VCTRUNKn

For example: PORT3

Specifies the name of the source port.

Source C-VLAN

Empty, 1-4094

Default value: Empty

The C-VLAN and S-VLAN parameter specifies the two types of VLAN tags defined in the QinQ service and IEEE 802.1ad. C-VLAN is taken as the client VLAN tag. S-VLAN is taken as the service VLAN tag. C-VLAN Tag (C-TAG) indicates the VLAN tag on the client side, and S-VLAN Tag (S-TAG) indicates the VLAN tag at the service layer of the carrier.

This parameter is applicable to the QinQ services.

Value description:
  • Empty: Indicates that the port does check the C-VLAN/S-VLAN. The services are forwarded according to the port.
  • 1-4094: Indicates that the port checks the C-VLAN/S-VLAN. The services are forwarded according to the port and C-VLAN/S-VLAN.
Recommendations:

Select the value according to the network. Generally, select C-VLAN and S-VLAN allocated by the carrier.

Source S-VLAN

Empty, 1-4094

Default value: Empty

The C-VLAN and S-VLAN parameter specifies the two types of VLAN tags defined in the QinQ service and IEEE 802.1ad. C-VLAN is taken as the client VLAN tag. S-VLAN is taken as the service VLAN tag. C-VLAN Tag (C-TAG) indicates the VLAN tag on the client side, and S-VLAN Tag (S-TAG) indicates the VLAN tag at the service layer of the carrier.

This parameter is applicable to the QinQ services.

Value description:
  • Empty: Indicates that the port does check the C-VLAN/S-VLAN. The services are forwarded according to the port.
  • 1-4094: Indicates that the port checks the C-VLAN/S-VLAN. The services are forwarded according to the port and C-VLAN/S-VLAN.
Recommendations:

Select the value according to the network. Generally, select C-VLAN and S-VLAN allocated by the carrier.

Sink Port

PORTn, VCTRUNKn

For example: PORT3

Specifies the name of the sink port.

Sink C-VLAN

Empty, 1-4094

Default value: Empty

The C-VLAN and S-VLAN parameter specifies the two types of VLAN tags defined in the QinQ service and IEEE 802.1ad. C-VLAN is taken as the client VLAN tag. S-VLAN is taken as the service VLAN tag. C-VLAN Tag (C-TAG) indicates the VLAN tag on the client side, and S-VLAN Tag (S-TAG) indicates the VLAN tag at the service layer of the carrier.

This parameter is applicable to the QinQ services.

Value description:
  • Empty: Indicates that the port does check the C-VLAN/S-VLAN. The services are forwarded according to the port.
  • 1-4094: Indicates that the port checks the C-VLAN/S-VLAN. The services are forwarded according to the port and C-VLAN/S-VLAN.
Recommendations:

Select the value according to the network. Generally, select C-VLAN and S-VLAN allocated by the carrier.

Sink S-VLAN

Empty, 1-4094

Default value: Empty

The C-VLAN and S-VLAN parameter specifies the two types of VLAN tags defined in the QinQ service and IEEE 802.1ad. C-VLAN is taken as the client VLAN tag. S-VLAN is taken as the service VLAN tag. C-VLAN Tag (C-TAG) indicates the VLAN tag on the client side, and S-VLAN Tag (S-TAG) indicates the VLAN tag at the service layer of the carrier.

This parameter is applicable to the QinQ services.

Value description:
  • Empty: Indicates that the port does check the C-VLAN/S-VLAN. The services are forwarded according to the port.
  • 1-4094: Indicates that the port checks the C-VLAN/S-VLAN. The services are forwarded according to the port and C-VLAN/S-VLAN.
Recommendations:

Select the value according to the network. Generally, select C-VLAN and S-VLAN allocated by the carrier.

Activation Status

Active, Inactive

Displays the service status.

Operation Type

Add S-VLAN, Translate S-VLAN, Transparently transmit S-VLAN, Transparently transmit C-VLAN, Transparently Transmit S-VLAN and C-VLAN, Strip S-VLAN

NOTE:

The value ranges of the parameters are different from each other for different boards and products.

The Operation Type (EPL Service) parameter specifies whether to add, strip, translate or transparently transmit VLAN labels for service packets at a port when Service Type is set to EVPL(QinQ).

Value description:
  • Add S-VLAN: Indicates that the one layer of S-VLAN label is added to the processed packets in the service.
  • Translate S-VLAN: If the source S-VLAN labels of the packets processed in the service are translated into the sink S-VLAN labels, the source S-VLAN label must be different from the sink S-VLAN label.
  • Transparently transmit S-VLAN: Forwards the service packets according to the port or S-VLAN. After the packets are processed in the service, the S-VLAN labels in the packets are not changed.
  • Transparently transmit C-VLAN: Forwards the service packets according to the port or C-VLAN. After the packets are processed in the service, the C-VLAN labels in the packet are not changed.
  • Transparently Transmit S-VLAN and C-VLAN: Indicates that the Transparently transmit C-VLAN and Transparently transmit S-VLAN labels are added to the packets processed in the service.
  • Strip S-VLAN: Strips the S-VLAN label.
Recommendations:

Select a proper item according to network planning and service model.

Port

For example: PORT3, VCTRUNK1

Displays the port name.

Port Type

  • If a board supports the MPLS function, its port type can be set to PE or P. Default value: PE.
  • If a board supports the QinQ function, its port type can be set to UNI, C-Aware, or S-Aware. Default value: UNI.

Specifies the network attribute of a port.

A provider edge (PE) port refers to the edge port that is provided by the service provider. A PE port can transmit and receive standard Ethernet frames, because its default MPLS encapsulation type is invalid.

A provider (P) port refers to the port on the core network of the service provider. A P port can transmit and receive the packets that contain MPLS labels, because its default tag attribute is invalid.

If a port is in UNI mode and processes 802.1Q tag attribute, this port has the Tag Aware, Access, and Hybrid attributes.

If a port is in C-Aware mode, this port does not process the packets with 802.1Q tag attributes. In this case, this port considers that the accessed packets contain C-VLAN tags rather than S-VLAN tags.

If a port is in S-Aware mode, this port does not process the packets with 802.1Q tag attributes. In this case, this port considers that the accessed packets contain S-VLAN tags rather than C-VLAN tags.

Port Enabled

Enabled, Disabled

Default value: Disabled

Indicates whether a port is enabled.

Enabled: The port can access services.

Disabled: The port cannot access services.

TAG

Tag Aware, Access, Hybrid

Default value: Tag Aware

Specifies the type of a packet to be processed. If you set this parameter to be a Tag Aware port, the port processes only the packets that contain tags and discards the packets that do not contain tags. If you set this parameter to be an Access port, the port processes only the packets that do not contain tags and discards the packets that contain tags. If you set this parameter to be a Hybrid port, the port processes all the packets regardless of tags and adds tags to the received packets that do not contain tags according to the VLAN ID of the local port.

VCTRUNK Port

For example: VCTRUNK1

Displays the name of the VCTRUNK.

Level

VC12-xv, VC3-xv

Specifies the level of a path that is bound with the VCTRUNK.

Service Direction

Bidirectional, Uplink, Downlink

Default value: Bidirectional

Indicates the direction of the Ethernet service.

Bound Path

For example: VC4-4-VC12(1-2,4)

Specifies the number of a path to be bound, including the numbers of the VC-4, VC-12 or VC-3, and GE paths.

Bound Path Count

For example: 3

Displays the number of bound paths.

Configuring Ethernet Private Network Services

This section describes the parameters for configuring Ethernet private network services.

Table 2-193 lists the parameters that are used for configuring Ethernet private network services.

Table 2-193  Parameters for configuring Ethernet private network services

Field

Value Range

Description

Board

NE Name-Slot ID-Board Name

For example: NE(9-1)-4-EFS8

Displays the name of the board.

VB ID

For example: 1

The VB ID is allocated automatically when you create a LAN service.

VB Name

Contains up to 16 characters or numerals in English or eight characters in Chinese.

For example: VB1

Specifies the name of the VB.

Bridge Type

802.1q, 802.1d, 802.1ad

Default value: 802.1q

Specifies the type of the VB.

Bridge Switch Mode

IVL/Ingress Filter Enable, SVL/Ingress Filter Disable

Default value: IVL/Ingress Filter Enable

Specifies the switching mode of the VB.

Bridge Learning Mode

IVL, SVL

Default value: IVL (The bridge type is compliant with IEEE 802.1q or IEEE 802.1ad), SVL (The bridge type is compliant with IEEE802.1d)

Bridge Learning Mode (Ethernet LAN Service) indicates how the bridge learns the MAC address. Bridge Learning Mode is classified into the shared VLAN learning and independent VLAN learning modes. The shared VLAN learning mode indicates learning and forwarding based on the MAC address. The independent VLAN learning mode indicates learning and forwarding based on the VLAN and MAC address.

Impact on the System:

The independent VLAN learning mode realizes the functions of broadcast packet constraint and virtual workgroup and ensures that the data are transmitted safely on the network.

The shared VLAN learning mode indicates the MAC address that is learnt by this VLAN interface is shared by all the other VLAN interfaces, which reduces the safety of data packets.

Value description:
  • IVL: Indicates that in the independent VLAN learning mode, data packets of different VLAN interfaces are not associated.
  • SVL: Indicates that in the shared VLAN learning mode, the bridge learns all the data messages based on the MAC address.
Recommendations:

The user can set the parameter according to the networking requirements.

Ingress Filter

Enabled

Default value: Enabled

Displays the status of the ingress filter function.

Enabled: The ingress port checks the validity of VLAN IDs based on the VB. If the packets received on the ingress port do not belong to the VLAN of the VB port, these packets are discarded.

MAC Address Self-Larning

Enabled

Default value: Disabled

Indicates whether the MAC address learning function is enabled.

Enabled: MAC addresses can be learnt.

Active

Active

Displays the activation status of the VB.

Table 2-194  Parameters for configuring service mount

Field

Value Range

Description

VB Port

For example: 1

Displays the VB port.

Allocated automatically when the VB mount port is configured.

Mount Port

For example: PORT1

Displays the mount port. The mount port may be the PORT port or VC trunk port.

Port Type

For example: UNI

Displays the network attributes for a port.

Value Range: UNI, C-Aware, S-Aware. Default value: UNI

Encapsulation Format

MartinioE, stack VLAN

Displays the encapsulation format for a port of the P type.

NOTE:

The OptiX OSN 550 does not support this parameter.

Port Enabled

Enabled, Disabled

Enables or disables a port.

  • Enabled: This port can access services.
  • Disabled: This port cannot access services.

Hub/Spoke

Hub, Spoke

Default value: Hub

Hub/Spoke (Ethernet LAN Service) is used to separate packets between the logical ports in the network bridge.

In the same VB VLAN filter or plain bridge:

  • Communication is available between ports configured with Hub.
  • Communication is available between a port configured with Spoke and a port configured with Hub.
  • Communication is unavailable between ports both configured with Spoke.

Set this parameter according to the isolation domain range of the user.

TAG

Access, Tag Aware, Hybrid

Displays the tag attribute of the VB.

Default VLAN ID

For example: 1

Displays the VLAN ID.

Working Mode

Auto-Negotiation, 10M Half-Duplex, 10M Full-Duplex, 100M Half-Duplex, 100M Full-Duplex, 1000M Half-Duplex, 1000M Full-Duplex, 10G Full-Duplex LAN, 10G Full-Duplex WAN

NOTE:
  • EGT1:
    • GE optical port: supports 1000M full-duplex and auto-negotiation.
    • GE electrical port: supports auto-negotiation.
  • The EFS8 board supports Auto-Negotiation, 10M Half-Duplex, 10M Full-Duplex, 100M Half-Duplex and 100M Full-Duplex.
  • EGS4:
    • GE electrical port: auto-negotiation, 1000M full-duplex, 100M full-duplex, and 10M full-duplex
    • GE optical port: auto-negotiation and 1000M full-duplex
    • FE optical port: 100M full-duplex

Displays the working modes of the Ethernet port. Auto-Negotiation can automatically determine the optimized working modes of the connected ports. This mode is easy to maintain and is recommended.

During configuration, make sure that working modes of the connected ports are consistent. If the working modes are different, the services are down.

Active

For example: Active

Displays the activation status.

Service Direction

For example: Bidirectional

Displays the working modes of the Ethernet port.

C-VLAN

1 to 4094

Displays the C-VLAN value.

S-VLAN

1 to 4094

Displays the S-VLAN value.

C-VLAN Priority

-

Displays the priority of C-VLAN.

S-VLAN Priority

-

Displays the priority of S-VLAN.

Table 2-195  Parameters for configuring VLAN filtering

Field

Value Range

Description

VLAN ID

1 to 4094

Displays the VLAN ID and configures the forwarding filter table.

VB Port

For example: (1,3-4)

Allocated automatically when the VB mount port is configured.

Forwarding Physical Port

For example: PORT1, VCTRUNK(5,8)

Displays the physical port that is actually attached to the VB link.

Activation Status

For example: Active

Activation Status (Ethernet LAN Service) indicates that the service at the port is in activation status.

Table 2-196  Parameters for configuring VLAN unicast

Field

Value Range

Description

VLAN ID

1 to 4094

Only the VLAN ID specified in the forwarding filter table can be selected.

MAC Address

00-00-00-00-00-01 to FE-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF

Displays the MAC address of VLAN unicast.

VB Port

For example: 1

Allocated automatically when the VB mount port is configured.

Physical Port

For example: PORT1

Displays the name of the port.

Aging Status

For example: Static

Displays the aging status of unicast items, including static and dynamic.

Table 2-197  Parameters for configuring disable MAC address

Field

Value Range

Description

VLAN ID

1 to 4094

Inhibits a MAC address in the VLAN of a certain VB.

MAC Address

00-00-00-00-00-01 to FE-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF

Enters a MAC address that is to be inhibited. Hence, enters a MAC address that is not associated to the VLAN unicast of this VLAN.

The first digit is an even number.

Table 2-198  Parameters for bound path

Field

Value Range

Description

Configurable Ports

For example: VCTRUNKn

Displays all the available VCTRUNK ports on the board.

Available Resources

For example: VC4-1

Displays all the available VC-4s.

Available Timeslots

For example: VC12-1

Displays all the available timeslots.

VCTRUNK Port

VCTRUNKn

Displays the number (n) of the VCTRUNK port.

Level

For example: VC12-xv

Specifies the level of a path that is bound with the VCTRUNK.

Service Direction

Bidirectional, Uplink, Downlink

Default value: Bidirectional

Specifies the direction of the Ethernet service.

Bound Path

For example: VC4-1-VC12(1-3)

Specifies the number of the path to be bound, for example, VC4-1-VC12(1-3).

Bound Path Count

For example: 3

Displays the number of VCTRUNKs to be bound.

Activation Status

Active, Deactive

Displays whether the path is active.

Display in Combination

-

If you select Display in Combination, the bound paths are displayed in a centralized manner. Otherwise, the bound paths are displayed in a distributed manner.

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