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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Configuration Example (UNI-NNI CES Services)

Configuration Example (UNI-NNI CES Services)

This topic uses an example to describe how to configure UNI-NNI CES services.

Networking Diagram

This topic describes the networking diagram of UNI-NNI CES services.

As shown in Figure 3-55, the service requirements on the network are as follows:

  • BTS1, BTS2, and the BSC need to access the PSN through CES boards.
  • BTS1 and BTS2 need to communicate with the BSC. The services on BTS1 and BTS2 need to be isolated from each other.
Figure 3-55  Networking diagram of UNI-NNI CES services

Service Planning

The service planning information contains all the parameter information required for configuring the NE data, including the information for planning NNI ports, MPLS tunnels, and services.

The OptiX OSN NEs access customer TDM services through TDM ports or channelized STM-1 ports. CES PWs are created between the OptiX OSN NEs to emulate end-to-end TDM services, therefore implementing service transmission between the BTSs and the BSC. Figure 3-55 shows an example network.

Planning NE Parameters
Table 3-248  Planning information of NE parameters (NE1, NE2, and NE3)
NE LSR ID Port Port IP Address IP Mask
NE1 130.0.0.1 4-EM6F-1(PORT-1) 10.0.2.2 255.255.255.252
NE2 130.0.0.2 4-EM6F-1(PORT-1) 10.0.1.1 255.255.255.252
NE3 130.0.0.3 4-EM6F-1(PORT-1) 10.0.2.1 255.255.255.252
- 4-EM6F-2(PORT-2) 10.0.1.2 255.255.255.252
Planning the Tunnel Between NE1 and NE3
Table 3-249  Planning information of tunnel parameters (tunnel between NE1 and NE3)
Parameter NE1 NE3
Tunnel ID 1 2 2 1
Tunnel Name NE1-NE3#1 NE3-NE1#1 NE3-NE1#1 NE1-NE3#1
Node Type Ingress Egress Ingress Egress
Bandwidth (kbit/s) 100 Mbit/s - 100 Mbit/s -
In Board/Logic Interface Type - 4-EM6F - 4-EM6F
In Port - 1 (PORT-1) - 1 (PORT-1)
In Label - 17 - 16
Out Board/Logic Interface Type 4-EM6F - 4-EM6F -
Out Port 1 (PORT-1) - 1 (PORT-1) -
Out Label 16 - 17 -
Next Hop Address 10.0.2.1 - 10.0.2.2 -
Source Node - 130.0.0.3 - 130.0.0.1
Sink Node 130.0.0.3 - 130.0.0.1 -
Planning the Tunnel Between NE2 and NE3
Table 3-250  Planning information of tunnel parameters (tunnel between NE2 and NE3)
Parameter NE2 NE3
Tunnel ID 3 4 4 3
Tunnel Name NE2-NE3#1 NE3-NE2#1 NE3-NE2#1 NE2-NE3#1
Node Type Ingress Egress Ingress Egress
Bandwidth (kbit/s) 100 Mbit/s - 100 Mbit/s -
In Board/Logic Interface Type - 4-EM6F - 4-EM6F
In Port - 1 (PORT-1) - 2 (PORT-2)
In Label - 19 - 18
Out Board/Logic Interface Type 4-EM6F - 4-EM6F -
Out Port 1 (PORT-1) - 2 (PORT-1) -
Out Label 18 - 19 -
Next Hop Address 10.0.1.2 - 10.0.1.1 -
Source Node - 130.0.0.3 - 130.0.0.2
Sink Node 130.0.0.3 - 130.0.0.2 -
Planning the CES Service from NodeB1 to the BSC
Table 3-251  Planning information of the service parameters (UNI-NNI CES service between NE1 and NE3)
Parameter Value
NE NE1 NE3
Service ID 1 1
Service Name CES1 CES1
Level E1 E1
Mode UNI-NNI UNI-NNI
Source Board 3-MD1 3-MD1
Source High Channel - -
Source Low Channel 1 1
Source 64K Timeslot 1-31 1-31
PW ID 1 1
PW Signaling Type Static Static
PW Type CESoPSN CESoPSN
PW Incoming Label/Source Port 20 20
PW Outgoing Label/Sink Port 20 20
Tunnel Type MPLS MPLS
Tunnel No. NE1-NE3#1 NE3-NE1#1
Peer LSR ID 130.0.0.3 130.0.0.1
RTP Head Disabled Disabled
Jitter Compensation Buffering Time(us) 8000 8000
Packet Loading Time(us) 1000 1000
Ingress Clock Mode - -
Egress Clock Mode - -
Enable CES Service Alarm Transparent Transmission Enable Enable
Threshold of Entering R Bit Inserting Status 100 100
Threshold of Exiting R Bit Inserting Status 5 5
Sequence Number Mode Huawei mode Huawei mode
Planning the CES Service from NodeB2 to the BSC
Table 3-252  Planning information of the service parameters (UNI-NNI CES service between NE2 and NE3)
Parameter Value
NE NE2 NE3
Service ID 2 2
Service Name CES2 CES2
Level E1 E1
Mode UNI-NNI UNI-NNI
Source Board 3-MD1 3-MD1
Source High Channel - -
Source Low Channel 1 1
Source 64K Timeslot 1-31 1-31
PW ID 2 2
PW Signaling Type Static Static
PW Type CESoPSN CESoPSN
PW Incoming Label/Source Port 21 21
PW Outgoing Label/Sink Port 21 21
Tunnel Type MPLS MPLS
Tunnel No. NE2-NE3#1 NE3-NE2#1
Peer LSR ID 130.0.0.3 130.0.0.2
RTP Head Disabled Disabled
Jitter Compensation Buffering Time(us) 8000 8000
Packet Loading Time(us) 1000 1000
Ingress Clock Mode - -
Egress Clock Mode - -
Enable CES Service Alarm Transparent Transmission Enable Enable
Threshold of Entering R Bit Inserting Status 100 100
Threshold of Exiting R Bit Inserting Status 5 5
Sequence Number Mode Huawei mode Huawei mode

Configuration Process (in End-to-End Mode)

This topic describes how to configure UNI-NNI CES services on a per-NE basis.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Administrators rights or higher.
  • You must be familiar with the service requirements and service planning information of the example network.
  • The network must be created, the equipment must operate properly, and the equipment must communicate with the NMS properly.

Procedure

  1. Configure the LSR IDs of NE1, NE2, and NE3. For details, see Configuring LSR ID.

    Table 3-253  Planning information of NE parameters (NE1, NE2, and NE3)
    NE LSR ID
    NE1 130.0.0.1
    NE2 130.0.0.2
    NE3 130.0.0.3

  2. Configure the NNI ports of NE1, NE2, and NE3 on the packet domain.
    1. In the NE Explorer, select NE1, and then choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree. Configure the NNI ports.
    2. In the Basic Attributes tab, select 4-EM6F-1(PORT-1). Right-click the Port Mode field, and select Layer 3. Set other parameters according to the actual requirements. Click Apply.

      Set the associated parameters as follows.

      Parameter Value Remarks
      Port Enabled Enabled -
      Port Mode Layer 3 The port carries a tunnel.
      Working Mode Auto-Negotiation Set the working modes of the local port and opposite port to be the same.
      Max Frame Length (byte) 1620 Set this parameter according to the length of data packets. All the received data packets that exceed the maximum frame length are discarded.

    3. Select 4-EM6F-1(PORT-1) in the Layer 3 Attributes tab. Right-click the Enable Tunnel field and select Enabled. Right-click the Specify IP field and choose Manually. Then, set the parameters such as IP Address and IP Mask. Click Apply.

      Set the associated parameters as follows.

      Parameter Value Remarks
      Enable Tunnel Enabled -
      Specify IP Manually Manually indicates that you can set the IP address of the port.
      IP Address 10.0.2.2 -
      IP Mask 255.255.255.252 -

    4. Navigate to the NE Explorer of NE2 and NE3 separately. Set the parameters associated with each port according to Step a to Step c.

      Set the basic attributes of each port to be the same as the basic attributes of NE1-4-EM6F-1(PORT-1).

      Set the Layer 3 attributes of each port as follows.

      • NE2-4-EM6F-1(PORT-1)
        Parameter Value
        Enable Tunnel Enabled
        Specify IP Manually
        IP Address 10.0.1.1
        IP Mask 255.255.255.252
      • NE3-4-EM6F-2(PORT-2)
        Parameter Value
        Enable Tunnel Enabled
        Specify IP Manually
        IP Address 10.0.1.2
        IP Mask 255.255.255.252
      • NE3-4-EM6F-1(PORT-1)
        Parameter Value
        Enable Tunnel Enabled
        Specify IP Manually
        IP Address 10.0.2.1
        IP Mask 255.255.255.252

  3. Configure the MPLS tunnel between NE1 and NE3 and the MPLS tunnel between NE2 and NE3. For details, see Configuring an MPLS Tunnel in an End-to-End Mode.

    NOTE:

    This topic considers the MPLS tunnel between the NE1 and NE3 as an example. The operations for configuring the MPLS tunnel between NE2 and NE3 are similar to operations for configuring the MPLS tunnel between NE1 and NE3.

    1. Choose Service > Tunnel > Create Tunnel from the Main Menu.
    2. Set the basic information about the MPLS tunnel between NE1 and NE3.

      Parameter Value
      Tunnel Name NE1-NE3
      Protocol Type MPLS
      Signaling Type Static CR
      Create Reverse Tunnel Selected

    3. On the left side physical topology, double-click NE1 and NE3 to add them. On the right configuration side, set the corresponding NE roles.

      Parameter Value
      Auto-Calculate route Deselected
      NE Role

      NE1: Ingress

      NE3: Egress

      Deploy Selected

    4. Click Details and set the advanced parameters of the forward and reverse MPLS tunnels between NE1 and NE3.

      Parameter Value
      Tunnel ID

      Forward Tunnel: 1

      Reverse Tunnel: 2

      CIR (kbit/s) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 100000
      LSP Type Forward and Reverse Tunnels: E-LSP
      EXP Forward and Reverse Tunnels: None
      Out Interface
      Forward Tunnel:
      • NE1: 4-EM6F-1
      • NE3: -
      Reverse Tunnel:
      • NE3:4-EM6F-1
      • NE1: -
      Out Label
      Forward Tunnel:
      • NE1: 16
      • NE3: -
      Reverse Tunnel:
      • NE3: 17
      • NE1: -
      In Interface
      Forward Tunnel:
      • NE1: -
      • NE3: 4-EM6F-1
      Reverse Tunnel:
      • NE3: -
      • NE1: 4-EM6F-1
      In Label
      Forward Tunnel:
      • NE1: -
      • NE3: 16
      Reverse Tunnel:
      • NE3: -
      • NE1: 17
      Next Hop
      Forward Tunnel:
      • NE1: 10.0.2.1
      • NE3: -
      Reverse Tunnel:
      • NE3: 10.0.2.2
      • NE1: -

    5. Refer to Steps 3.a to 3.d and configure the MPLS tunnel between NE2 and NE3.

      Parameter Value
      Tunnel Name NE2-NE3
      Protocol Type MPLS
      Signaling Type Static CR
      Create Reverse Tunnel Selected
      Auto-Calculate route Deselected
      NE Role

      NE2: Ingress

      NE3: Egress

      Deploy Selected
      Tunnel ID

      Forward Tunnel: 3

      Reverse Tunnel: 4

      CIR (kbit/s) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 100000
      LSP Type Forward and Reverse Tunnels: E-LSP
      EXP Forward and Reverse Tunnels: None
      Out Interface
      Forward Tunnel:
      • NE2: 4-EM6F-1
      • NE3: -
      Reverse Tunnel:
      • NE3: 4-EM6F-2
      • NE2: -
      Out Label
      Forward Tunnel:
      • NE1: 18
      • NE3: -
      Reverse Tunnel:
      • NE3: 18
      • NE1: -
      In Interface
      Forward Tunnel:
      • NE1: -
      • NE3: 4-EM6F-1
      Reverse Tunnel:
      • NE3: -
      • NE1: 4-EM6F-2
      In Label
      Positive Tunnel
      • NE1: -
      • NE3: 19
      Reverse Tunnel:
      • NE3: -
      • NE1: 19
      Next Hop
      Forward Tunnel:
      • NE1: 10.0.1.2
      • NE3: -
      Reverse Tunnel:
      • NE3: 10.0.1.1
      • NE1: -

  4. Configure the CES service ports on NE1, NE2, and NE3. For details, see Configuring CES Ports.
  5. Configure the CES service between NE1 and NE3. For details, see Creating a CES Service in End-to-End Mode.
    1. Choose Service > PWE3 Service > Create PWE3 Service from the Main Menu.
    2. Set the basic attributes.

      Parameter Value
      Service Type CES
      Service ID 1
      Service Name CES1
      Protection Type Unprotected

    3. Click Configure Source And Sink. Then, the Configure Source And Sink dialog box is displayed.
    4. Select NE1 as the source NE from Physical Topology on the left. Set the associated parameters and then click OK.

      Parameter Value
      Board 3-MD1
      Port -
      High TimeSlot -
      Low TimeSlot 1
      Channelized selected

    5. Select NE3 as the sink NE from Physical Topology on the left. Set the associated parameters and then click OK.

      Parameter Value
      Board 3-MD1
      Port 1
      Low TimeSlot 1
      Channelized selected
      64K Timeslot 1-31

    6. Under PW, set the associated parameters.

      Parameter Value
      Forward Tunnel NE1-NE3
      Reverse Tunnel NE3-NE1
      PW ID 1
      Forward Label 16
      Reverse Label 16

    7. Click Detail and then set the Advanced PW Parameters.

      Parameter Value
      Control Channel Type CW
      VCCV Verification Mode Ping
      RTP Header Disabled
      Jitter Compensation Buffering Time(us) 8000
      Packet Loading Time(us) 1000

  6. Configure the CES service between NE2 and NE3. For details, see Creating a CES Service in End-to-End Mode.
    1. Choose Service > PWE3 Service > Create PWE3 Service from the Main Menu.
    2. Set the basic attributes.

      Parameter Value
      Service Type CES
      Service ID 2
      Service Name CES2
      Protection Type Unprotected

    3. Click Configure Source And Sink. Then, the Configure Source And Sink dialog box is displayed.
    4. Select NE2 as the source NE from Physical Topology on the left. Set the associated parameters and then click OK.

      Parameter Value
      Board 3-MD1
      Port -
      High TimeSlot -
      Low TimeSlot 1
      Channelized Selected

    5. Select NE3 as the sink NE from Physical Topology on the left. Set the associated parameters and then click OK.

      Parameter Value
      Board 3-MD1
      Port 2
      High TimeSlot 1
      Low TimeSlot 1
      Channelized Selected
      64K Timeslot 1-31

    6. Under PW, set the associated parameters.

      Parameter Value
      Forward Tunnel NE2-NE3
      Reverse Tunnel NE3-NE2
      PW ID 1
      Forward Label 17
      Reverse Label 17

    7. Click Detail and then set the Advanced PW Parameters.

      Parameter Value
      Control Channel Type CW
      VCCV Verification Mode Ping
      RTP Header Disabled
      Jitter Compensation Buffering Time(us) 8000
      Packet Loading Time(us) 1000

Configuration Process (Configuration on a Per-NE Basis)

This topic describes how to configure UNI-NNI CES services on a per-NE basis.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Administrators rights or higher.
  • You must be familiar with the service requirements and service planning information of the example network.
  • The network must be created, the equipment must operate properly, and the equipment must communicate with the NMS normally.

Procedure

  1. Configure the LSR IDs of NE1, NE2, and NE3. For details, see Configuring LSR ID.

    Table 3-254  Planning information of NE parameters (NE1, NE2, and NE3)
    NE LSR ID
    NE1 130.0.0.1
    NE2 130.0.0.2
    NE3 130.0.0.3

  2. Configure the NNI ports of NE1, NE2, and NE3 on the packet domain.
    1. In the NE Explorer, select NE1, and then choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree. Configure the NNI ports.
    2. In the Basic Attributes tab, select 4-EM6F-1(PORT-1). Right-click the Port Mode field, and select Layer 3. Set other parameters according to the actual requirements. Click Apply.

      Set the associated parameters as follows.

      Parameter Value Remarks
      Port Enabled Enabled -
      Port Mode Layer 3 The port carries a tunnel.
      Working Mode Auto-Negotiation Set the working modes of the local port and opposite port to be the same.
      Max Frame Length (byte) 1620 Set this parameter according to the length of data packets. All the received data packets that exceed the maximum frame length are discarded.

    3. Select 4-EM6F-1(PORT-1) in the Layer 3 Attributes tab. Right-click the Enable Tunnel field and select Enabled. Right-click the Specify IP field and choose Manually. Then, set the parameters such as IP Address and IP Mask. Click Apply.

      Set the associated parameters as follows.

      Parameter Value Remarks
      Enable Tunnel Enabled -
      Specify IP Manually Manually indicates that you can set the IP address of the port.
      IP Address 10.0.2.2 -
      IP Mask 255.255.255.252 -

    4. Navigate to the NE Explorer of NE2 and NE3 separately. Set the parameters associated with each port according to Step a to Step c.

      Set the basic attributes of each port to be the same as the basic attributes of NE1-4-EM6F-1(PORT-1).

      Set the Layer 3 attributes of each port as follows.

      • NE2-4-EM6F-1(PORT-1)
        Parameter Value
        Enable Tunnel Enabled
        Specify IP Manually
        IP Address 10.0.1.1
        IP Mask 255.255.255.252
      • NE3-4-EM6F-2(PORT-2)
        Parameter Value
        Enable Tunnel Enabled
        Specify IP Manually
        IP Address 10.0.1.2
        IP Mask 255.255.255.252
      • NE3-4-EM6F-1(PORT-1)
        Parameter Value
        Enable Tunnel Enabled
        Specify IP Manually
        IP Address 10.0.2.1
        IP Mask 255.255.255.252

  3. Configure the MPLS tunnel between NE1 and NE3 and the MPLS tunnel between NE2 and NE3. For details, see Configuring a Unidirectional MPLS Tunnel.

    Set the associated parameters as follows.

    Table 3-255  Planning information of tunnel parameters (tunnel between NE1 and NE3)
    Parameter NE1 NE3
    Tunnel ID 1 2 2 1
    Tunnel Name NE1-NE3#1 NE3-NE1#1 NE3-NE1#1 NE1-NE3#1
    Node Type Ingress Egress Ingress Egress
    PIR (kbit/s) 100 Mbit/s - 100 Mbit/s -
    In Board/Logic Interface Type - 4-EM6F - 4-EM6F
    In Port - 1(PROT-1) - 1(PROT-1)
    In Label - 17 - 16
    Out Board/Logic Interface Type 4-EM6F - 4-EM6F -
    Out Port 1 - 1 -
    Out Label 16 - 17 -
    Next Hop Address 10.0.2.1 - 10.0.2.2 -
    Source Node - 130.0.0.3 - 130.0.0.1
    Sink Node 130.0.0.3 - 130.0.0.1 -
    Table 3-256  Planning information of tunnel parameters (tunnel between NE2 and NE3)
    Parameter NE2 NE3
    Tunnel ID 3 4 4 3
    Tunnel Name NE2-NE3#1 NE3-NE2#1 NE3-NE2#1 NE2-NE3#1
    Node Type Ingress Egress Ingress Egress
    Bandwidth (kbit/s) 100 Mbit/s - 100 Mbit/s -
    In Board/Logic Interface Type - 4-EM6F - 4-EM6F
    In Port - 1(PROT-1) - 2(PROT-2)
    In Label - 19 - 18
    Out Board/Logic Interface Type 4-EM6F - 4-EM6F -
    Out Port 1 - 2 -
    Out Label 18 - 19 -
    Next Hop Address 10.0.1.2 - 10.0.1.1 -
    Source Node - 130.0.0.3 - 130.0.0.2
    Sink Node 130.0.0.3 - 130.0.0.2 -

  4. Configure the CES service ports on NE1, NE2, and NE3. For details, see Configuring CES Ports.
  5. Configure the UNI-NNI CES service between NE1 and NE3 and the UNI-NNI CES service between NE2 and NE3. For details, see Creating UNI-NNI CES Services on a Per-NE Basis.

    Set the associated parameters as follows.

    Table 3-257  Planning information of the service parameters (UNI-NNI CES service between NE1 and NE3)
    Parameter Value
    Station NE1 NE3
    Service ID 1 1
    Service Name CES1 CES1
    Level E1 E1
    Mode UNI-NNI UNI-NNI
    Source Board 3-MD1 3-MD1
    Source High Channel - -
    Source Low Channel 1 1
    Source 64K Timeslot 1-31 1-31
    PW ID 1 1
    PW Signaling Type Static Static
    PW Type CESoPSN CESoPSN
    PW Incoming Label/Source Port 20 20
    PW Outgoing Label/Sink Port 20 20
    Tunnel Type MPLS MPLS
    RTP Header Disabled Disabled
    Jitter Compensation Buffering Time(us) 8000 8000
    Packet Loading Time(us) 1000 1000
    Ingress Clock Mode - -
    Egress Clock Mode - -
    Enable CES Service Alarm Transparent Transmission Enabled Enabled
    Threshold of Entering R Bit Inserting Status 100 100
    Threshold of Exiting R Bit Inserting Status 5 5
    Sequence Number Mode Huawei mode Huawei mode
    Table 3-258  Planning information of the service parameters (UNI-NNI CES service between NE2 and NE3)
    Parameter Value
    Station NE2 NE3
    Service ID 2 2
    Service Name CES2 CES2
    Level E1 E1
    Mode UNI-NNI UNI-NNI
    Source Board 3-MD1 3-MD1
    Source High Channel - -
    Source Low Channel 1 1
    Source 64K Timeslot 1-31 1-31
    PW ID 2 2
    PW Signaling Type Static Static
    PW Type CESoPSN CESoPSN
    PW Incoming Label/Source Port 21 21
    PW Outgoing Label/Sink Port 21 21
    Tunnel Type MPLS MPLS
    RTP Header Disabled Disabled
    Jitter Compensation Buffering Time(us) 8000 8000
    Packet Loading Time(us) 1000 1000
    Ingress Clock Mode - -
    Egress Clock Mode - -
    Enable CES Service Alarm Transparent Transmission Enabled Enabled
    Threshold of Entering R Bit Inserting Status 100 100
    Threshold of Exiting R Bit Inserting Status 5 5
    Sequence Number Mode Huawei mode Huawei mode

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