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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Configuration Example (E-LAN Services Carried by PWs)

Configuration Example (E-LAN Services Carried by PWs)

This section uses an example to describe how to plan the engineering information and how to configure E-LAN services carried by PWs on each NE according to the networking diagram.

Networking Diagram

This section describes the networking of NEs.

The network shown in Figure 3-16 uses an E2E virtual private LAN service (VPLS) solution, which implements VPLS at both access nodes and the convergence node. This reduces configuration workload required for NodeB expansion or reparenting. The service requirements are as follows:

  • NE1 receives NodeB1's common Internet access services through 4-EM6F-3 and NodeB2's data services through 4-EM6F-4, and NE2 receives NodeB3's common Internet access services through 4-EM6F-3 and NodeB4's data services through 4-EM6F-4.
  • NE4 converges and transmits services from NodeBs to the radio network controller (RNC).
  • Services from NodeB1 and NodeB3 have the same VLAN ID (100), the same CIR (10 Mbit/s) and the same PIR (30 Mbit/s). CIR is short for committed information rate, and PIR for peak information rate.
  • Services from NodeB2 and NodeB4 have the same VLAN ID (200), the same CIR (30 Mbit/s) and the same PIR (50 Mbit/s).
  • Services from NodeBs 1 to 4 are protected by tunnel automatic protection switching (APS).
    • For services from NodeB1 and NodeB2, the working path is NE1 -> NE2 -> NE4, and the protection path is NE1 -> NE3 -> NE4.
    • For services from NodeB3 and NodeB4, the working path is NE2 -> NE4, and the protection path is NE2 -> NE1 -> NE3 -> NE4.
Figure 3-16  Networking diagram for E-LAN services carried by PWs

NOTE:
  • This topic considers the OptiX OSN 550 as an example to describe the board layout. In the case of other products, the configuration method is the same, except for the slots. For the slot information, see the Hardware Description of the relevant product.
  • On a live data network, an Ethernet service is added to the source NE, passed through the transit NEs, and dropped from the sink NE. Follow instructions in Configuring Transit NEs for Ethernet Services Carried by PWs to configure transit NEs for the Ethernet services carried by PWs.
NE IP Address Mask LSR ID
NE1 4-EM6F-1 18.1.1.1 255.255.255.252 130.0.0.1
4-EM6F-2 18.1.2.1 255.255.255.252
NE2 4-EM6F-1 18.1.1.2 255.255.255.252 130.0.0.2
4-EM6F-2 18.1.1.5 255.255.255.252
NE3 4-EM6F-1 18.1.2.2 255.255.255.252 130.0.0.3
4-EM6F-2 18.1.2.5 255.255.255.252
NE4 4-EM6F-1 18.1.1.6 255.255.255.252 130.0.0.4
4-EM6F-2 18.1.2.6 255.255.255.252
NOTE:
  • IP addresses of Ethernet ports on an NE must be on different network segments.
  • IP addresses of ports at the two ends of a tunnel must be on the same network segment.

Service Planning

The engineering information for configuring E-LAN services carried by pseudo wires (PWs) includes information for configuring tunnels carrying PWs, UNIs, PWs, and E-LAN services carried by the PWs.

On the network, E-LAN services are carried by PWs. Therefore, you need to plan parameters related to the PWs and MPLS tunnels.

To configure E-LAN services carried by PWs, plan the following data:

NOTE:

You can configure a split horizon group for each E-LAN service.

A split horizon group contains NNIs on all NEs involved in an E-LAN service. It prevents data from being forwarded between NNIs on all NEs involved in the E-LAN service, therefore preventing broadcast storms.

You can configure unknown frames to be broadcast.

Table 3-114  Basic attributes of MPLS tunnels
Parameter MPLS Tunnel Name MPLS Tunnel ID Protocol Type Signaling Type Direction Protected Type
Plan NE1_NE4_working 10 MPLS Static CR Bidirectional Unprotected
NE1_NE4_protection 20 MPLS Static CR Bidirectional Unprotected
NE2_NE4_working 30 MPLS Static CR Bidirectional Unprotected
NE2_NE4_protection 40 MPLS Static CR Bidirectional Unprotected
Table 3-115  MPLS tunnel parameters
MPLS Tunnel ID Node Node Type In Interface In Label Reverse In Label Out Interface Out Label Reverse Out Label Next Hop Reverse Next Hop
10 NE1 Ingress - - 103 4-EM6F-1 100 - 18.1.1.2 -
NE2 Transit 4-EM6F-1 100 102 4-EM6F-2 101 103 18.1.1.6 18.1.1.1
NE4 Egress 4-EM6F-1 101 - - - 102 - 18.1.1.5
20 NE1 Ingress - - 203 4-EM6F-2 200 - 18.1.2.2 -
NE3 Transit 4-EM6F-1 200 202 4-EM6F-2 201 203 18.1.2.6 18.1.2.1
NE4 Egress 4-EM6F-2 201 - - - 202 - 18.1.2.5
30 NE2 Ingress - - 301 4-EM6F-2 300 - 18.1.1.6 -
NE4 Egress 4-EM6F-1 300 - - - 301 - 18.1.1.5
40 NE2 Ingress - - 405 4-EM6F-1 400 - 18.1.1.1 -
NE1 Transit 4-EM6F-1 400 404 4-EM6F-2 401 405 18.1.2.2 18.1.1.2
NE3 Transit 4-EM6F-1 401 403 4-EM6F-2 402 404 18.1.2.6 18.1.2.1
NE4 Egress 4-EM6F-1 402 - - - 403 - 18.1.2.5
Table 3-116  MPLS tunnel OAM parameters
Parameter Plan
MPLS Tunnel ID 10 20 30 40
OAM Status Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled
Detection Mode Manual Manual Manual Manual
Detection Packet Type FFD
NOTE:
Detection Packet Period is valid only when Detection Packet Type is FFD.
FFD FFD FFD
Detection Packet Period (ms) 3.3
NOTE:
Generally, an OAM alarm is reported if the alarm persists for three periods. If Detection Packet Period (ms) is set to 3.3, the switching time can meet the requirement (less than 50 ms).
3.3 3.3 3.3
Table 3-117  MPLS tunnel APS parameters
Parameter Plan
Protection Type 1:1 1:1
Switching Mode Single-Ended Single-Ended
Working Tunnel ID 10 30
Tunnel Name NE1_NE4_working NE2_NE4_working
Protection Tunnel ID 20 40
Tunnel Name NE1_NE4_protection NE2_NE4_protection
Revertive Mode Revertive Revertive
WTR Time (min) 5 5
Hold-off Time (100 ms) 0
NOTE:
Services are protected by a single protection scheme. Therefore, retain the default value 0 for Hold-off Time (100 ms).
0
Protocol State Enabled Enabled
Table 3-118  Parameters for configuring E-LAN services carried by PWs

Parameter

NE1

NE2

NE4

Service ID

1

2

3

Service Name

E-LAN-1

E-LAN-2

E-LAN-3

Tag Type

C-Aware

C-Aware

C-Aware

Self-Learning MAC Address

Enabled

Enabled

Enabled

MAC Address Learning Mode

SVL

SVL

SVL

Table 3-119  UNI parameters

Parameter

NE1

NE2

NE4

Interface

4-EM6F-3

4-EM6F-4

4-EM6F-3

4-EM6F-4

4-EM6F-3

VLAN ID

100

200

100

200

100, 200

Table 3-120  PW parameters

Parameter

NE1

NE2

NE4

PW ID

10

20

10

20

PW Signaling Type

Static

Static

Static

Static

PW Type

Ethernet

Ethernet

Ethernet

Ethernet

PW Direction

Bidirectional

Bidirectional

Bidirectional

Bidirectional

PW Incoming Label

20

30

20

30

PW Outgoing Label

20

30

20

30

Ingress Tunnel

NE1_NE4_working

NE2_NE4_working

NE1_NE4_working

NE2_NE4_working

Peer LSR ID

130.0.0.4

130.0.0.4

130.0.0.1

130.0.0.2

Egress Tunnel

NE1_NE4_working

NE2_NE4_working

NE1_NE4_working

NE2_NE4_working

Table 3-121  QoS parameters

Parameter

Data Service

Common Internet Access Service

CIR(kbit/s)

30720

102400

PIR(kbit/s)

51200

30720

Configuration Procedure (in End-to-End Mode)

This section describes the procedure for configuring E-LAN services carried by PWs in end-to-end mode.

Prerequisites

  • You are familiar with the networking requirements and service plan for E-LAN services carried by PWs.
  • You are an NM user with Administrators rights or higher.
  • The tunnels that carry the PWs must be configured on NE1, NE2, and NE3. For the configuration method, see Configuring an MPLS Tunnel.
  • The QoS policy has been configured according to the E-LAN service plan. For the configuration method, OptiX OSN 500/550 see Creating the V-UNI Ingress Policy, OptiX OSN 580 see Creating a V-UNI Ingress Policy.
  • If an E-LAN service carried by a PW needs to occupy a port exclusively, disable the DCN function of the port. For details, see Configuring the DCN Function for a Port.

Procedure

  1. Configure E-LAN services carried by PWs in end-to-end mode.
    1. Choose Service > VPLS Service > Create VPLS Service from the main menu.
    2. In the upper left corner of the displayed tab page, set basic attributes of the VPLS service.

      Table 3-122  Basic attributes of the VPLS service
      Parameter Value in This Example
      Service Name E-LAN
      Signaling Type LDP/Static
      Networking Mode Full-Mesh VPLS
      Service Type Service VPLS
      VSI Name VSI1
      VSI ID 25

    3. Select the VPLS service node.

      1. On the right of Node List, click Add and choose NPE.
      2. Choose NE1, NE2, and NE3 under Physical Topology in the displayed dialog box.

    4. Set parameters of the VPLS service node.

      1. Sequentially select NE1, NE2 and NE4 from Node List, and click Detail.
      2. Click the VSI Configuration tab and set parameters related to the VPLS service node.
        Table 3-123  VPLS service parameters
        Parameter Value in This Example
        Tag Type C-Aware
        MAC Address Learning Enable
        Learning Mode Unquality (SVL)
        Other parameters Default values
      3. Configure a split horizon group for NE4. Click Split Horizon Group Configuration and then set related parameters.
        Table 3-124  Parameters for configuring a split horizon group
        Parameter Value in This Example
        Select Components 2PW
        Contained PWs

        PW ID:10

        PW ID:20

    5. Select tunnels for carrying the VPLS service.

      1. Click the PW Configuration tab and select the PW between NE1 and NE4.
      2. Click Modify. In the displayed dialog box, set PW parameters.
      3. Set the PW between NE2 and NE4 by referring to the previous two steps.
        Table 3-125  PW parameters
        Parameter Value in This Example
        NE1-NE4 NE2-NE4
        Basic attributes PW ID 10 20
        In Label 20 30
        Out Label 20 30
        Advanced attributes Tunnel NE1_NE4_working NE2_NE4_working
        Encapsulation Type Ethernet Ethernet
      4. Select the PW between NE1 and NE2 and click Delete.

    6. Configure service access ports.

      1. Click the SAI Configuration tab and select NE1 from NE List.
      2. Click Create. In the displayed dialog box, set parameters for the service access port.
      3. Set parameters for the service access ports on NE2 and NE4 by referring to the previous two steps.
      Table 3-126  Parameters for configuring service access ports
      Parameter Value in This Example
      NE1 NE2 NE4
      Interface

      4-EM6F-3

      4-EM6F-4

      4-EM6F-3

      4-EM6F-4

      4-EM6F-3

      VLAN ID

      100

      200

      100

      200

      100,200

    7. Configure QoS.

      1. Click the SAI QoS tab.
      2. Select a port for which you need to configure QoS, and then set the QoS parameters.
      Table 3-127  QoS parameters
      Parameter Value in This Example
      NE1 NE2 NE4
      Interface

      4-EM6F-3

      4-EM6F-4

      4-EM6F-3

      4-EM6F-4

      4-EM6F-3

      Direction Ingress Ingress Ingress Ingress Ingress
      Global QoS Policy Template Select a predefined global QoS policy template.

Related Tasks

Verify that the E-LAN services carried by PWs are configured correctly by following instructions in Verifying E-LAN Service Configurations.

Configuration Procedure (Configuration on a Per-NE Basis)

This section describes the procedure for configuring E-LAN services carried by PWs on a per-NE basis.

Prerequisites

  • You are familiar with the networking requirements and service plan for E-LAN services carried by PWs.
  • You are an NM user with Administrators rights or higher.
  • The QoS policy has been configured according to the E-LAN service plan. For the configuration method, OptiX OSN 500/550 see Creating the V-UNI Ingress Policy, OptiX OSN 580 see Creating a V-UNI Ingress Policy.
  • If an E-LAN service carried by a PW needs to occupy a port exclusively, disable the DCN function of the port. For details, see Configuring the DCN Function for a Port.

Procedure

  1. Configure tunnels that carry PWs on NEs 1 to 4 by following instructions in Configuring an MPLS Tunnel.

    Table 3-128  Basic attributes of MPLS tunnels
    Parameter MPLS Tunnel Name MPLS Tunnel ID Protocol Type Signaling Type Direction Protected Type
    Plan NE1_NE4_working 10 MPLS Static CR Bidirectional Unprotected
    NE1_NE4_protection 20 MPLS Static CR Bidirectional Unprotected
    NE2_NE4_working 30 MPLS Static CR Bidirectional Unprotected
    NE2_NE4_protection 40 MPLS Static CR Bidirectional Unprotected
    Table 3-129  MPLS tunnel parameters
    MPLS Tunnel ID Node Node Type In Interface In Label Reverse In Label Out Interface Out Label Reverse Out Label Next Hop Reverse Next Hop
    10 NE1 Ingress - - 103 4-EM6F-1 100 - 18.1.1.2 -
    NE2 Transit 4-EM6F-1 100 102 4-EM6F-2 101 103 18.1.1.6 18.1.1.1
    NE4 Egress 4-EM6F-1 101 - - - 102 - 18.1.1.5
    20 NE1 Ingress - - 203 4-EM6F-2 200 - 18.1.2.2 -
    NE3 Transit 4-EM6F-1 200 202 4-EM6F-2 201 203 18.1.2.6 18.1.2.1
    NE4 Egress 4-EM6F-2 201 - - - 202 - 18.1.2.5
    30 NE2 Ingress - - 301 4-EM6F-2 300 - 18.1.1.6 -
    NE4 Egress 4-EM6F-1 300 - - - 301 - 18.1.1.5
    40 NE2 Ingress - - 405 4-EM6F-1 400 - 18.1.1.1 -
    NE1 Transit 4-EM6F-1 400 404 4-EM6F-2 401 405 18.1.2.2 18.1.1.2
    NE3 Transit 4-EM6F-1 401 403 4-EM6F-2 402 404 18.1.2.6 18.1.2.1
    NE4 Egress 4-EM6F-1 402 - - - 403 - 18.1.2.5

  2. Configure MPLS tunnel OAM on NE1, NE2 and NE4 by following instructions in Configuring MPLS Tunnel OAM.

    Table 3-130  MPLS tunnel OAM parameters
    Parameter Plan
    MPLS Tunnel ID 10 20 30 40
    OAM Status Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled
    Detection Mode Manual Manual Manual Manual
    Detection Packet Type FFD
    NOTE:
    Detection Packet Period is valid only when Detection Packet Type is FFD.
    FFD FFD FFD
    Detection Packet Period (ms) 3.3
    NOTE:
    Generally, an OAM alarm is reported if the alarm persists for three periods. If Detection Packet Period (ms) is set to 3.3, the switching time can meet the requirement (less than 50 ms).
    3.3 3.3 3.3

  3. Configure MPLS tunnel APS on NE1, NE2 and NE4 by following instructions in Configuring Tunnel APS.

    Table 3-131  MPLS tunnel APS parameters
    Parameter Plan
    Protection Type 1:1 1:1
    Switching Mode Single-Ended Single-Ended
    Working Tunnel ID 10 30
    Tunnel Name NE1_NE4_working NE2_NE4_working
    Protection Tunnel ID 20 40
    Tunnel Name NE1_NE4_protection NE2_NE4_protection
    Revertive Mode Revertive Revertive
    WTR Time (min) 5 5
    Hold-off Time (100 ms) 0
    NOTE:
    Services are protected by a single protection scheme. Therefore, retain the default value 0 for Hold-off Time (100 ms).
    0
    Protocol State Enabled Enabled

  4. Configure an E-LAN service on NE4.
    1. In the NE Explorer of NE4, choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Ethernet Service Management > E-LAN Service from the Function Tree.
    2. Click New. In the displayed New E-LAN Service dialog box, set the parameters for an E-LAN service carried by a PW.

      Table 3-132  Parameters for configuring an E-LAN service carried by a PW
      Parameter Value in This Example
      Service ID

      3

      Service Name

      E-LAN-3

      Tag Type

      C-Aware

      Self-Learning MAC Address

      Enabled

      MAC Address Learning Mode

      SVL

      Other parameters Default values

    3. Click the UNI tab and click Configuration on the tab page. Set UNI parameters in the displayed Configure Port dialog box. Click OK.

      Table 3-133  UNI parameters
      Parameter Value in This Example
      Port

      4-EM6F-3

      VLANs/CVLAN

      100,200

    4. Click the NNI tab and then the PW tab. Click Add. Set PW parameters in the displayed Configure PW dialog box. Click OK.

      Table 3-134  PW parameters
      Parameter Value in This Example
      Basic Attributes

      PW ID

      10

      20

      PW Signaling Type

      Static

      Static

      PW Type

      Ethernet

      Ethernet

      PW Direction

      Bidirectional

      Bidirectional

      PW Incoming Label

      20

      30

      PW Outgoing Label

      20

      30

      Ingress Tunnel

      NE1_NE4_working

      NE2_NE4_working

      Peer LSR ID

      130.0.0.1

      130.0.0.2

      Egress Tunnel

      NE1_NE4_working

      NE2_NE4_working

      Other parameters Default values Default values

    5. Click the Split Horizon Group tab and click New on the tab page. Set parameters for the split horizon group in the displayed New Split Horizon Group dialog box. Click OK.

      Table 3-135  Parameters for configuring a split horizon group
      Parameter Value in This Example
      Selected Interfaces

      PW(Ethernet, 10)

      PW(Ethernet, 20)

    6. Click Configure QoS. The Configure QoS dialog box is displayed.
    7. Click the UNI tab. Set QoS parameters for the E-LAN service carried by a PW.

      Table 3-136  QoS parameters for an E-LAN service carried by a PW
      Parameter Value in This Example
      Interface

      4-EM6F-3(PORT-3)

      Direction Ingress
      Policy Select a predefined QoS policy. For details about how to define a QoS policy, OptiX OSN 500/550 see Creating the V-UNI Ingress Policy, OptiX OSN 580 see Creating a V-UNI Ingress Policy.
      Other parameters Default values

  5. Configure an E-LAN service on NE1.

    Configure an E-LAN service carried by a PW on NE1 by referring to 4.

    Table 3-137  Parameters for configuring an E-LAN service carried by a PW
    Parameter Value in This Example
    Service ID

    1

    Service Name

    E-LAN-1

    Tag Type

    C-Aware

    Self-Learning MAC Address

    Enabled

    MAC Address Learning Mode

    SVL

    Other parameters Default values
    Table 3-138  UNI parameters
    Parameter Value in This Example
    Port

    4-EM6F-3

    4-EM6F-4

    VLANs/CVLAN

    100

    200

    Table 3-139  PW parameters
    Parameter Value in This Example
    Basic Attributes

    PW ID

    10

    PW Signaling Type

    Static

    PW Type

    Ethernet

    PW Direction

    Bidirectional

    PW Incoming Label

    20

    PW Outgoing Label

    20

    Ingress Tunnel

    NE1_NE4_working

    Peer LSR ID

    130.0.0.4

    Egress Tunnel

    NE1_NE4_working

    Other parameters Default values
    Table 3-140  QoS parameters for an E-LAN service carried by a PW
    Parameter Value in This Example
    Interface

    4-EM6F-3(PORT-3)

    4-EM6F-4(PORT-4)

    Direction Ingress Ingress
    Policy Select a predefined QoS policy. For details about how to define a QoS policy, OptiX OSN 500/550 see Creating the V-UNI Ingress Policy, OptiX OSN 580 see Creating a V-UNI Ingress Policy.
    Other parameters Default values Default values

  6. Configure an E-LAN service on NE2.

    Configure an E-LAN service carried by a PW on NE2 by referring to 4.

    Table 3-141  Parameters for configuring an E-LAN service carried by a PW
    Parameter Value in This Example
    Service ID

    2

    Service Name

    E-LAN-2

    Tag Type

    C-Aware

    Self-Learning MAC Address

    Enabled

    MAC Address Learning Mode

    SVL

    Other parameters Default values
    Table 3-142  UNI parameters
    Parameter Value in This Example
    Port

    4-EM6F-3

    4-EM6F-4

    VLANs/CVLAN

    100

    200

    Table 3-143  PW parameters
    Parameter Value in This Example
    Basic Attributes

    PW ID

    20

    PW Signaling Type

    Static

    PW Type

    Ethernet

    PW Direction

    Bidirectional

    PW Incoming Label

    30

    PW Outgoing Label

    30

    Ingress Tunnel

    NE2_NE4_working

    Peer LSR ID

    130.0.0.4

    Egress Tunnel

    NE2_NE4_working

    Other parameters Default values
    Table 3-144  QoS parameters for an E-LAN service carried by a PW
    Parameter Value in This Example
    Interface

    4-EM6F-3(PORT-3)

    4-EM6F-4(PORT-4)

    Direction Ingress Ingress
    Policy Select a predefined QoS policy. For details about how to define a QoS policy, OptiX OSN 500/550 see Creating the V-UNI Ingress Policy, OptiX OSN 580 see Creating a V-UNI Ingress Policy.
    Other parameters Default values Default values

Related Tasks

Verify that the E-LAN services carried by PWs are configured correctly by following instructions in Verifying E-LAN Service Configurations.

Verifying E-LAN Service Configurations

After configuring E-LAN services carried by PWs, verify that all configurations are correct.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Administrators rights or higher.
  • E-LAN services carried by PWs have been configured in accordance with actual conditions.

Procedure

  1. Optional: If the E-LAN services carried by PWs are configured on a per-NE basis, convert discrete virtual private LAN services (VPLSs) into complete VPLS services.
    1. Choose Service > Search for IP Service from the main menu.
    2. Set a service search policy in the displayed dialog box.
    3. Click Start.
    4. After the searching is complete, click Close.
  2. Choose Service > VPLS Service > Manage VPLS Service from the main menu.
  3. In the displayed dialog box, set filter criteria and click Filter to query all E-LAN services that meet the filter criteria.
  4. Right-click the desired PW-carried E-LAN service and choose Ethernet OAM > LB Test from the shortcut menu.
  5. In the displayed dialog box, select the source NE and sink NE, and click Run.
  6. After the test is complete, click the LB Statistic Information tab to check service connectivity.



    NOTE:

    If the number of received packets and the number of transmitted packets are the same, the service is available.

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