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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Parameter Description: E-LAN Service (on a Per-NE Basis)

Parameter Description: E-LAN Service (on a Per-NE Basis)

This topic describes the parameters related to the E-LAN Service configuration.

E-LAN Service Parameters

This topic describes the parameters, such as Service ID and Service Name, for configuring an E-LAN service.

Table 3-354 lists the parameters for configuring an E-LAN service.

Table 3-354  Parameters for configuring an E-LAN service

Field

Value

Description

Service ID

For example, 11

Specifies the ID of the Ethernet service.

Service Name

For example, test

Specifies the name of the Ethernet service.

BPDU

Not Transparently Transmitted

Displays whether bridge protocol data unit (BPDU) packets can be transparently transmitted.

The value is Not Transparently Transmitted for E-LAN services

Tag Type

  • C-Aware
  • S-Aware
  • Tag-Transparent

Default: C-Aware

C-Aware: indicates that learning is based on the C-TAG (client-side VLAN tag).

S-Aware: indicates that learning is based on the S-TAG (operator service-layer VLAN tag). S-Aware is valid only when Encapsulation Type is set to QinQ for a port.

Tag-Transparent: indicates that all Ethernet packets can be transmitted transparently when Encapsulation Type is set to Null for a port.

Self-Learning MAC Address

Enabled, Disabled

Default: Enabled

Adds self-learnt MAC addresses to the MAC address forwarding table.

MAC Address Learning Mode

  • SVL
  • IVL

Default: IVL

SVL indicates the shared VLAN learning. All VLANs share a MAC address forwarding table. Each MAC address is unique in the forwarding table.

IVL indicates independent VLAN learning. The forwarding tables for different VLANs are independent from each other. It is acceptable that the MAC address forwarding tables for different VLANs have the same MAC address.

When Tag Type is set to Tag-Transparent, the parameter value is SVL by default and is not configurable.

NOTE:

For the OptiX OSN 550/500 equipment, VPLS services support only the SVL mode, and Native E-LAN services support both the SVL and IVL modes.

MTU(bytes)

64 to 9600

Default value: 1500

NOTE:

For the OptiX OSN 550/500 equipment, this field is inapplicable.

Specifies the maximum transmission unit (MTU). If the length of a packet received by a port exceeds the MTU, the port discards the packet.

Service Tag Role

-

Specifies the service-delimiting tag.

NOTE:

E-LAN services on the OptiX OSN equipment do not support this parameter.

Multicast Ring Protocol

Enabled, Disabled

Default value: Disabled

NOTE:

For the OptiX OSN 580 equipment, this field is inapplicable.

If the networking mode of VPLS services is set to Daisy Chain and the network bears multicast services, this protocol should be enabled to check the ring network status and adjust service blocking configurations.

Association with other parameters:

The Blocking of a PW on the NNI tab can be configured only after Multicast Ring Protocol is enabled.

NOTE:

This parameter is available in V100R007C00 or later.

Protection Type

  • Unprotected
  • PW APS
  • Slave Protection Pair

Specifies the protection type.

UNI

This section describes the user-to-network interface (UNI) parameters required for configuring an E-LAN service. You need to configure VLAN information on UNIs.

For the OptiX OSN 550/500 equipment, Table 3-355 lists UNI parameters required for configuring an E-LAN service.

Table 3-355  UNI parameters required for configuring an E-LAN service

Field

Value Range

Description

Port

Slot ID-Board name-Port ID(PORT-Port ID)

For example, 3-EM6F-2(PORT-2)

Specifies a UNI.

SVLAN/SVLANs

1-4094

Specifies the VLAN ID of a service provider.

VLANs/CVLAN

1-4094

Specifies the VLAN ID of a customer. You can leave this parameter blank or configure one or more VLAN IDs.

VLAN Filtering Table

1-4094

Specifies the VLAN filtering table.

  • This parameter determines VLAN packets that can be transmitted by the UNI. The UNI can transmit packets only from VLANs in the VLAN filtering table.
  • Only a virtual private LAN service (VPLS) service that exclusively uses a UNI supports this parameter.
  • You can leave this parameter blank or configure one or more VLANs. If multiple VLANs are configured, use a comma to separate each value or use an en dash (-) to specify a value range (for example, 2-5).

For the OptiX OSN 580 equipment, Table 3-356 lists UNI parameters required for configuring an E-LAN service.

Table 3-356  UNI parameters required for configuring E-LAN services

Parameter

Value

Description

Port

Slot ID-Board name-Port ID(PORT-Port ID)

For example, 1-EM20-2(PORT-2)

Specifies a UNI.

SVLAN

1-4094

Specifies the VLAN ID of a service provider.

VLANs

1-4094

Specifies the VLAN ID of a customer. You can leave this parameter blank or configure one or more VLAN IDs.

Priority

-

Specifies the service priority, in an ascending order from 0 to 7. During busy hours, packets of a higher VLAN priority are preferentially processed and packets of a low VLAN priority may be discarded.

NNI

This section describes the network-to-network interface (NNI) parameters required for configuring an E-LAN service. NNI parameters are categorized into PW parameters and port parameters based on the service bearing mode.

PW Parameters
Table 3-357  Parameters for a PW

Field

Value Range

Description

PW ID

Example: 123

Specifies the ID of the PW carrying the Ethernet service.

Working Status

Working, Protection

Display the working status of the PW.

PW Status

Enable, Disable

Specifies or displays the enable status of the PW.

PW Signaling Type

Static

For a static PW, the label is manually allocated. The configuration at the two ends of a PW should be consistent.

PW Type

Ethernet, Ethernet Tagged Mode

PWs of different types process the borne services differently. For example, the PW in the Ethernet tagged mode attaches the tag on the services on this PW.

PW Direction

Bidirectional

Specifies the direction of the PW.

PW Encapsulation Type

MPLS

Displays the encapsulation type of the PW.

PW Incoming Label/Source Port

Only 2048 consecutive values are allowed in the value range from 16 to 32768

Specifies the ingress label of the PW.

PPW Outgoing Label/Sink Port

Only 2048 consecutive values are allowed in the value range from 16 to 32768

Specifies the egress label of the PW.

Peer LSR ID

Example: 10.70.71.123

Set the opposite LSR ID of the PW.

Tunnel Type

MPLS

Displays the type of the tunnel that carries the PW.

Egress Tunnel

Tunnel ID

Example: 55

Displays the reverse tunnel ID.

Ingress Tunnel

Tunnel ID

Example: 55

Displays the forward tunnel ID.

Control Word

Not in use, Use preferred

Default value: Not in use

The Control Word parameter specifies the PW control word usage policy.

The control word is the 4-byte encapsulation packet header. The control word is used to identify the packet sequence or function as stuffing bits.

Value description:
  • Not in use: Indicates that the control word is not used.
  • Use preferred: Indicates that the control word is recommended.
Association with other parameters:
  • If Control Word of the PW is Not in use, do not set Control Channel Type of the VCCV to CW; if Control Channel Type of the VCCV is CW, do not modify Control Word of the PW to Not in use.
  • Before changing the parameter value of a PW, you need to ensure that the PW is not bound with the service. After the change, you need to bind the PW with the service, and then check whether the parameter value is changed.
NOTE:

The PW control word must be consistently configured at the two ends of the PW.

Control Channel Type

None, CW, Alert Label

Default value: CW

NOTE:
  • For PWE3 ETH services, Control Channel Type for PCXLG/PCXGA/PCXGB boards with PCBs of Ver.B can be set to CW; the default value for Control Channel Type is Alert Label.
  • For PWE3 ETH services, Control Channel Type for PCXLG/PCXGA/PCXGB boards with PCBs of Ver.A cannot be set to CW; the default value for Control Channel Type is Alert Label.
  • For PWE3 ETH services, Control Channel Type for PCXLX/PCXX boards can be set to CW; the default value for Control Channel Type is Alert Label.

The Control Channel Type parameter specifies the type of channels for transmitting VCCV packets.

VCCV packets are exchanged between PEs to verify connectivity of PWs.

Value description:
  • None: Indicates that the control word is not used to indicate the VCCV control channel information.
  • CW: Indicates that the control word is used to indicate the VCCV control channel information.
  • Alert Label: Indicates VCCV packets in Alert Label encapsulation mode.
Association with other parameters:
  • If Control Word of the PW is Not in use, do not set Control Channel Type of the VCCV to CW; if Control Channel Type of the VCCV is CW, do not modify Control Word of the PW to Not in use.
  • Before changing the parameter value of a PW, you need to ensure that the PW is not bound with the service. After the change, you need to bind the PW with the service, and then check whether the parameter value is changed.

VCCV Verification Mode

Ping, None

Verify the connectivity of a PW. The VCCV verification mode is a tool used to manually verify the connectivity of a virtual circuit.

Local Operating Status

Up, Down

Display the working status of the PW at the local end. Up indicates that the PW works normally. Down indicates that the PW work abnormally.

Remote Operating Status

Up, Down

Display the working status of the PW at the remote end. Up indicates that the PW works normally. Down indicates that the PW work abnormally.

Overall Operating Status

Up, Down

Display the compositive working status of the PW. Up indicates that the PW works normally. Down indicates that the PW work abnormally.

Request VLAN

1-4094, Non-specified

Default value: Non-specified

The Request VLAN parameter specifies the ETH request VLAN.

In the case of static PW, the local equipment adds the VLAN tag to the packets when before PW encapsulation. In the case of the dynamic PW, the opposite equipment adds the VLAN tag to the packets before PW encapsulation if the local equipment cannot add the VLAN tag.

Recommendations:

When the Request VLAN parameter is set to Non-specified, the packets are added with 0 VLAN tags.

Association with other parameters:

You need to set the PW Type parameter to Ethernet Tagged Mode.

Before changing the parameter value of a PW, you need to ensure that the PW is not bound with the service. After the change, you need to bind the PW with the service, and then check whether the parameter value is changed.

Deployment Status

Deployed, Undeployed

Display the deployment status of the PW.

Automatic Tunnel Selection Policy

For example: Static MPLS Tunnel; Dynamic RSVP TE Tunnnel; IP Tunnel; GRE Tunnel;

When Tunnel Selection Mode is set to Auto Select, the NMS selects automatically the tunnel for carrying a PW based on the tunnel priority set in Tunnel Automatic Selection Policy.

TPID

0x88A8

Displays the protocol identification.

Port Parameters
Table 3-358  NNI parameters for configuring an E-LAN service

Field

Value Range

Description

Port

Slot ID-Board name-Port ID(PORT-Port ID)

For example: 3-EM6F-2(PORT-2)

Specifies the NNI.

SVLANs

1-4094

Specifies the VLAN ID of a service provider.

Split Horizon Group

A split horizon group is a group of V-UNIs or V-NNIs that do not allow for interconnection at one station. The split horizon group prevents a cycling route and a loop.

Table 3-359 lists the parameters for a split horizon group.

Table 3-359  Parameters for a split horizon group

Field

Value

Description

Split Horizon Group ID

For example, 1

The Split Horizon Group ID parameter identifies the split horizon group.

Split Horizon Group Member

For example, PW-100, 3-EM6F-1(PORT-1)

The Split Horizon Group Member parameter indicates the logical port member in a split horizon group.

MAC Address Learning Parameters

This topic describes the parameters, such as Aging Ability, Aging Time, and Address Table Specified Capacity, for configuring the MAS address learning function.

Table 3-360 lists the parameters for MAC address learning.

Table 3-360  Parameters for MAC address learning

Field

Value

Description

Aging Ability

Enabled, Disabled

Default: Enabled

If no packets of an MAC address listed in the MAC address table are received during a period, the MAC address is deleted from the MAC address table.

Aging Time (min)

1-640

Default: 5

Set the Aging Time (min) parameter to set the aging time of the learnt MAC address. The Aging Time (min) parameter indicates that the MAC address is automatically aged after the timing is set.

Address Table Specified Capacity

0-65534

Default: 512

Sets the capacity of the MAC address table.

NOTE:

Address Table Specified Capacity restricts dynamic MAC addresses and does not restrict static MAC addresses.

Address Detection Upper Threshold (%)

80-100

Default: 95

Sets a value of Address Table Specified Capacity to the upper threshold for address detection. The upper threshold needs to be higher than the value of Address Detection Lower Threshold (%). If the number of MAC addresses actually learnt is more than the upper threshold, the FDBSIZEALM_ELAN alarm is generated.

Address Detection Lower Threshold (%)

60-100

Default: 90

Sets a value of Address Table Specified Capacity to the lower threshold for address detection. The lower threshold needs to be lower than the value of Address Detection Upper Threshold (%).

Unknown Frame Processing

If the MAC address table fails to learn the MAC address of a packet, the MAC address table considers this packet as an unknown frame.

Table 3-361 lists the parameters for unknown frame processing.

Table 3-361  Parameters for unknown frame processing

Field

Value

Description

Frame Type

Unicast, Multicast

Displays the type of the received unknown frames.

Handing Mode

Discard, Broadcast

Default: Broadcast

Selects the mode for handling the unknown frames. Discard indicates that unknown frames are directly discarded. Broadcast indicates that unknown frames are broadcast at the forwarding port.

Static MAC Address

Static MAC addresses refer to a MAC address table manually set for the service. Entries in the MAC address table are not automatically aged. Hence, unnecessary entries need to be manually deleted.

Table 3-362 lists the parameters for a static MAC address.

Table 3-362  Parameters for a static MAC address

Field

Value

Description

VLAN ID

For example, 12

Sets the ID of the service.

MAC Address

For example, 00-e0-fc-39-80-34

Sets a static MAC address.

Egress Interface

For example, PW-100

Sets the egress interface, which can be a PW, port.

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