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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Configuration Example of the UNI-NNI ATM Service

Configuration Example of the UNI-NNI ATM Service

This section describes a configuration example of the UNI-NNI ATM service. The configuration flow diagram is provided to describe the configuration process. The configuration example includes service planning and ATM service configuration.

Networking Diagram

This section describes the networking diagram for the case where the R99 service, Signaling service and HSDPA service are transported between NodeB1 and RNC, NodeB2 and RNC.

The networking diagram of UNIs-NNI ATM services is shown in Figure 3-69. The 3G R99 services, signaling services, and HSDPA services need to be transmitted between two base stations and the RNC. NE1 is interconnected with the MPLS network consisting of Hybrid MSTP devices. NodeB1 is interconnected with NE1 through IMA1 and NodeB2 is interconnected with NE1 through IMA2. The VPIs or VCIs are exchanged on NE1 and are transparently transmitted on NE2 and NE3. Between NE1 and NE3, three PWs are used to carry R99 services, signaling services, and HSDPA services respectively. By means of the STM-1 connection between NE3 and the RNC, ATM services are transparently transmitted over the MPLS network. NE1 uses the OptiX OSN access equipment; NEs 2-6 use the OptiX OSN convergence equipment. ATM services are carried by the working tunnel and a protection tunnel can be created for real-time ATM services.

The working tunnel is NE1-NE2-NE3, and the protection tunnel is NE1-NE6-NE5-NE4-NE3.

Figure 3-69  Networking of the ATM service

Figure 3-70 shows the NE planning diagram.

Figure 3-70  NE planning diagram

Service Planning

To transport the R99, Signaling and HSDPA services between NodeB1 and RNC, NodeB2 and RNC respectively, three ATM services must be created.

Between NE1 and NE3, the R99 service is carried by PW1, the HSDPA service is carried by PW2, and the Signaling service is carried by PW3. Therefore, three ATM services should be created. At the two base stations, the R99 service is aggregated and the Signaling service and HSDPA service is accessed. Therefore, two ATM services connected to the N:1 VCC should be created. The service shown in Figure 3-69 is taken as an example.

Table 3-282  Configuration parameters of NEs
NE LSR ID Port Port IP Address IP Mask
NE1 130.0.0.1 3-EM6F-1(PORT-1) 18.0.0.1 255.255.255.252
3-EM6F-2(PORT-2) 18.0.5.1 255.255.255.252
NE2 130.0.0.2 4-PEX2-1(PORT-1) 18.0.1.1 255.255.255.252
3-PEG8-2(PORT-2) 18.0.0.2 255.255.255.252
NE3 130.0.0.3 3-EX2-1(PORT-1) 18.0.2.1 255.255.255.252
3-EX2-2(PORT-2) 18.0.1.2 255.255.255.252
NE4 130.0.0.4 3-PEX2-2(PORT-2) 18.0.2.2 255.255.255.252
3-PEX2-1(PORT-1) 18.0.3.1 255.255.255.252
NE5 130.0.0.5 4-PEX2-2(PORT-2) 18.0.3.2 255.255.255.252
3-PEG8-1(PORT-1) 18.0.4.2 255.255.255.252
NE6 130.0.0.6 3-PEG8-2(PORT-2) 18.0.4.1 255.255.255.252
3-PEG8-1(PORT-1) 18.0.5.2 255.255.255.252
Table 3-283  Planning of Tunnel parameters
Parameters Working Tunnel Protection Tunnel
Tunnel ID 100 101 120 121
Name Working Tunnel-Positive Working Tunnel-Reverse Protection Tunnel-Positive Protection Tunnel-Reverse
Signal Type Static Static Static Static
Scheduling Type E-LSP E-LSP E-LSP E-LSP
Bandwidth(Kbit/s) No Limit No Limit No Limit No Limit
Ingress Node NE1 NE3 NE1 NE3
Transit Node NE2 NE2 NE6, NE5, NE4 NE4, NE5, NE6
Egress Node NE3 NE1 NE3 NE1
Ingress Node Route Information

NE1

  • Out Port: 3-EM6F-1(PORT-1)
  • Out Label: 20

NE3

  • Out Port: 3-EX2-2(PORT-2)
  • Out Label: 21

NE1

  • Out Port: 3-EM6F-2(PORT-2)
  • Out Label: 22

NE3

  • Out Port: 3-EX2-1(PORT-1)
  • Out Label: 23
Transit Node Route Information

NE2

  • In Port: 3-PEG8-2(PORT-2)
  • In Label: 20
  • Out Port: 4-PEX2-1(PORT-1)
  • Out Label: 30

NE2

  • In Port: 4-PEX2-1(PORT-1)
  • In Label: 21
  • Out Port: 3-PEG8-2(PORT-2)
  • Out Label: 31

NE6

  • In Port: 3-PEG8-1(PORT-1)
  • In Label: 22
  • Out Port: 3-PEG8-2(PORT-2)
  • Out Label: 32

NE5

  • In Port: 3-PEG8-1(PORT-1)
  • In Label: 32
  • Out Port: 4-PEX2-2(PORT-2)
  • Out Label: 42

NE4

  • In Port: 3-PEX2-1(PORT-1)
  • In Label: 42
  • Out Port: 3-PEX2-2(PORT-2)
  • Out Label: 52

NE4

  • In Port: 3-PEX2-2(PORT-2)
  • In Label: 23
  • Out Port: 3-PEX2-1(PORT-1)
  • Out Label: 33

NE5

  • In Port: 4-PEX2-2(PORT-2)
  • In Label: 33
  • Out Port: 3-PEG8-1(PORT-1)
  • Out Label: 43

NE6

  • In Port: 3-PEG8-2(PORT-2)
  • In Label: 43
  • Out Port: 3-PEG8-1(PORT-1)
  • Out Label: 53
Egress Node Route Information

NE3

  • In Port: 3-EX2-2(PORT-2)
  • In Label: 30

NE1

  • In Port: 3-EM6F-1(PORT-1)
  • In Label: 31

NE3

  • In Port: 3-EX2-1(PORT-1)
  • In Label: 52

NE1

  • In Port: 3-EM6F-2(PORT-2)
  • In Label: 53

Table 3-284 lists the configuration parameters of NE1.

Table 3-284  Configuration parameters of NE1
Attribute Remarks
Base Station of Service NodeB1 NodeB2
IMA Group IMA1 IMA2
Source Port 4-MD1-1(Port-1) 4-MD1-2(Port-2)
Service R99 HSDPA Signaling R99 HSDPA Signaling
Source VPI/VCI 1/100 1/101 1/102 1/100 1/101 1/102
Sink VPI/VCI 50/32 51/32 52/32 60/32 61/32 62/32
PW of Service PW1 PW2 PW3 PW1 PW2 PW3
PW ID 35 36 37 35 36 37

Table 3-285 lists the configuration parameters of NE3.

Table 3-285  Configuration parameters of NE3
Attribute Remarks Remarks
Service R99 HSDPA Signaling R99 HSDPA Signaling
Source VPI/VCI 50/32 51/32 52/32 60/32 61/32 62/32
Sink VPI/VCI 50/32 51/32 52/32 60/32 61/32 62/32
PW of Service PW1 PW2 PW3 PW1 PW2 PW3
PW ID 35 36 37 35 36 37
Sink Port 32-N1AFO1-1(PORT-1)

Configuration Process in End-to-End Mode

This topic describes how to configure an ATM emulation service.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
  • You must learn about the networking requirements and service planning described in the example.
  • A network must be created and Allocate IP addresses to ports automatically.

Procedure

  1. Set LSR IDs.
    1. In the NE Explorer, select NE1 and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > MPLS Management > Basic Configuration from the Function Tree.
    2. Set LSR ID, Start of Global Label Space, and other parameters. Click Apply.

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      LSR ID NE1: 130.0.0.1 Set this parameter according to the network planning. In addition, this value is unique on the entire network.
      Start of Global Label Space 0 Set this parameter according to the network planning.

    3. Display the NE Explorer of NE2, NE3, NE4, NE5, and NE6 separately and perform the preceding two steps to set the parameters, such as LSR ID.

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      LSR ID

      NE2: 130.0.0.2

      NE3: 130.0.0.3

      NE4: 130.0.0.4

      NE5: 130.0.0.5

      NE6: 130.0.0.6

      Set this parameter according to the network planning. In addition, this value is unique on the entire network.
      Start of Global Label Space 0 Set this parameter according to the network planning.

  2. Create the working tunnel.
    1. Choose Service > Tunnel > Create Tunnel from the main menu.
    2. Set the basic information about the working tunnel.

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Tunnel Name Working Tunnel Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      Protocol Type MPLS Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      Signaling Type Static CR Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      Service Direction Unidirectional Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      Create Reverse Tunnel Selected This parameter is selected when a reverse tunnel needs to be created.
      Protection Type 1:1 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      Switching Mode Double-Ended Set this parameter according to the service planning.

    3. Configure the NE list. On the physical topology, double-click NE1, NE2, and NE3 to add them to the NE list and set the corresponding NE roles.

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      NE Role

      NE1: Ingress

      NE2: Transit

      NE3: Egress

      An ingress is the incoming node of a network. In this example, NE1 is an ingress node.

      A transit is a pass-through node. In this example, NE2 is a transit node.

      An egress is the outgoing node of a network. In this example, NE3 is an egress node.

      Deploy Selected When this parameter is selected, a tunnel is saved on the U2000 and applied to the corresponding NEs.
      Enable Selected When this parameter is selected, during tunnel deployment, the tunnel is automatically enabled.

    4. Click Details to set the advanced parameters of the reverse tunnel. Click OK.

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Tunnel ID
      • Forward Tunnel: 100
      • Reverse Tunnel: 101
      Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      CIR (Kbit/s) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 10000 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      CBS (byte) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 10000 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      PIR (Kbit/s) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 20000 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      PBS (byte) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 20000 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      MTU (bytes) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 1620 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      LSP Type Forward and Reverse Tunnels: E-LSP Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      EXP Forward and Reverse Tunnels: None Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Out Interface

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE1: 3-EM6F-1(PORT-1)
      • NE2: 4-PEX2-1(PORT-1)

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE3: 3-EX2-2(PORT-2)
      • NE2: 3-PEG8-2(PORT-2)
      Set this parameter according to the service planning. Only this parameter needs to be set for only the ingress node and transit node.
      Out Label

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE1: 20
      • NE2: 30

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE3: 21
      • NE2: 31
      Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      In Interface

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE2: 3-PEG8-2(PORT-2)
      • NE3: 3-EX2-2(PORT-2)

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE2: 4-PEX2-1(PORT-1)
      • NE1: 3-EM6F-1(PORT-1)
      Set this parameter according to the service planning. Only this parameter needs to be set for only the egress node and transit node.
      In Label

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE2: 20
      • NE3: 30

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE2: 21
      • NE1: 31
      Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Next Hop

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE1: 18.0.0.2
      • NE2: 18.0.1.2

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE3: 18.0.1.1
      • NE2: 18.0.0.1
      Set this parameter according to the network planning.

  3. Create the protection tunnel.
    1. Create the protection tunnel by referring to 2

      Set the basic Information as follows:

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Tunnel Name Protection Tunnel Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Protocol Type MPLS Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Signaling Type Static CR Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Service Direction Unidirectional Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Create Reverse Tunnel Selected This parameter is selected when a reverse tunnel needs to be created.

      Set the node information as follows:

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      NE Role

      NE1: Ingress

      NE6, NE5, NE4: Transit

      NE3: Egress

      An ingress is the incoming node of a network. In this example, NE1 is an ingress node.

      A transit is a pass-through node. In this example, NE6, NE5, and NE4 are transit nodes.

      An egress is the outgoing node of a network. In this example, NE3 is an egress node.

      Deploy Selected When this parameter is selected, a tunnel is saved on the U2000 and delivered to the corresponding NEs

      Set the route information as follows:

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Tunnel ID
      • Forward Tunnel: 120
      • Reverse Tunnel: 121
      Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      CIR (Kbit/s) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 10000 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      CBS (byte) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 10000 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      PIR (Kbit/s) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 20000 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      PBS (byte) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 20000 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      MTU (bytes) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 1620 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      LSP Type Forward and Reverse Tunnels: E-LSP Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      EXP Forward and Reverse Tunnels: None Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      Out Interface

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE1: 3-EM6F-2(PORT-2)
      • NE6: 3-PEG8-2(PORT-2)
      • NE5: 4-PEX2-2(PORT-2)
      • NE4: 3-PEX2-2(PORT-2)

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE3: 3-EX2-1(PORT-1)
      • NE4: 3-PEX2-1(PORT-1)
      • NE5: 3-PEG8-1(PORT-1)
      • NE6: 3-PEG8-1(PORT-1)
      Set this parameter according to the service planning. Only this parameter needs to be set for only the ingress node and transit node.
      Out Label

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE1: 22
      • NE6: 32
      • NE5: 42
      • NE4: 52

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE3: 23
      • NE4: 33
      • NE5: 43
      • NE6: 53
      Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      In Interface

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE6: 3-PEG8-1(PORT-1)
      • NE5: 3-PEG8-1(PORT-1)
      • NE4: 3-PEX2-1(PORT-1)
      • NE3: 3-EX2-1(PORT-1)

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE4: 3-PEX2-2(PORT-2)
      • NE5: 4-PEX2-2(PORT-2)
      • NE6: 3-PEG8-2(PORT-2)
      • NE1: 3-EM6F-2(PORT-2)
      Set this parameter according to the service planning. Only this parameter needs to be set for only the egress node and transit node.
      In Label

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE6: 22
      • NE5: 32
      • NE4: 42
      • NE3: 52

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE4: 23
      • NE5: 33
      • NE6: 43
      • NE1: 53
      Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      Next Hop

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE1: 18.0.5.2
      • NE6: 18.0.4.2
      • NE5: 18.0.3.1
      • NE4: 18.0.2.1

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE3: 18.0.2.2
      • NE4: 18.0.3.2
      • NE5: 18.0.4.1
      • NE6: 18.0.2.1
      Set this parameter according to the service planning.

  4. Configure ports, including ATM ports on Node B and RNC.
    1. Configure ATM ports on Node B.

      1. In the NE Explorer, select NE1 and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Interface Management > PDH Interface from the Function Tree to configure ports on Node B.
      2. Select the ports from 4-MD1-1(PORT-1) to 4-MD1-8(PORT-8), In the Port Mode field, right-click, and choose Layer 2 from the shortcut menu. Click Apply.
        NOTE:

        Before setting the frame format, ensure that the DCN of the port is disabled.

        Set relevant parameters as follows:

        • Port: ports from 4-MD1-1(PORT-1) to 4-MD1E-8(PORT-8)
        • Name: NodeB ATM (You can set port names to distinguish different service ports for easy location and query.)
        • Port Mode: Layer 2 (IMA signals are carried.)
        • Encapsulation Type: ATM
      3. On the Advanced tab page, set Frame Format and Frame Mode for the ports from 4-MD1-1(PORT-1) to 4-MD1-8(PORT-8). Click Apply.

        Set relevant parameters as follows:

        • Port: ports from 4-MD1-1(PORT-1) to 4-MD1-8(PORT-8)
        • Frame Format: CRC-4 multiframe (The frame format must be same as the cell format on Node B.)
        • Frame Mode: 31
      4. Choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Interface Management > ATM IMA Management from the Function Tree. Click the Binding tab.
      5. On the Binding tab page, click Configuration. Then, set the bound ports for 4-MD1-1(Port-1) and 4-MD1-2(Port-2). Click OK.

        Set the parameters relevant to 4-MD1-1(Port-1) as follows:

        • Available Boards: 4-MD1
        • Configurable Ports: 4-MD1-1(Port-1)
        • Available Bound Paths
          • Level: E1 (For the E1 card, when the E1 level is selected, the entire E1 channel is used to transmit ATM IMA signals.)
          • Direction: Bidirectional (default)
          • Optical Interface: - (In the case of the E1 and fractional E1 levels, you need not set this parameter. In the case of the VC12-xv level, you need to select the corresponding optical port, that is, the E1 level in this example.)
        • Available Resources: ports from 4-MD1-1(PORT-1) to 4-MD1-4(PORT-4)
        • Available Timeslots: - (In the case of the E1 and fractional E1 levels, you need not set this parameter. In the case of the VC12-xv level, you need to select the corresponding timeslot.)

        Set the parameters relevant to 4-MD1-2(Port-2) as follows:

        • Available Boards: 4-MD1
        • Configurable Ports: 4-MD1-2(Port-2)
        • Available Bound Paths
          • Level: E1
          • Direction: Bidirectional
          • Optical Interface: -
        • Available Resources: ports from 4-MD1-5(PORT-5) to 4-MD1-8(PORT-8)
        • Available Timeslots: -
      6. On the IMA Group Management tab page, double-click the IMA Protocol Enable Status field to enable the IMA protocol. Set other relevant parameters as required. Click Apply.

        The settings of parameters need to be the same as those on Node B.

      7. On the ATM Interface Management tab page, set the parameters, such Max. VPI and Max. VCI. Click Apply.

        Set relevant parameters as follows:

        • Port Type: UNI (A UNI port is used to connect to the client-side equipment, and an NNI port is used to connect the ATM equipment on a core network.)
        • ATM Cell Payload Scrambling: Enabled
        • Max. VPI: 255 (Set this parameter according to networking planning. Set Max. VPI to specify the value range of VPI. The VPI ranges from 0 to Max. VPI.)
        • Max. VCI: 127 (Set this parameter according to networking planning. Set Max. VCI to specify the value range of VCI. The VCI ranges from 0 to Max. VCI.)
        • VCC-Supported VPI Count: 32 (Set this parameter according to the networking planning.)
        • Loopback: No Loopback

    2. Configure ATM ports on RNC.

      1. In the NE Explorer, select NE3 and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Interface Management > SDH Interface from the Function Tree to configure ports on RNC.
      2. On the Layer 2 Attributes tab page, select 32-N1AFO1-1(PORT-1) and set the parameters, such as Max. VPI and Max. VCI, for the port. Click Apply.

        Set relevant parameters as follows:

        • Port Type: UNI (A UNI port is used to connect to the client-side equipment, and an NNI port is used to connect the ATM equipment on a core network.)
        • ATM Cell Payload Scrambling: Enabled
        • Max. VPI: 255 (Set this parameter according to networking planning. Set Max. VPI to specify the value range of VPI. The VPI ranges from 0 to Max. VPI.)
        • Max. VCI: 127 (Set this parameter according to networking planning. Set Max. VCI to specify the value range of VCI. The VCI ranges from 0 to Max. VCI.)
        • VCC-Supported VPI Count: 32 (Set this parameter according to the networking planning.)

  5. Create three UNIs-NNI ATM services.

    1. Choose Service > PWE3 Service > Create PWE3 Service from the main menu. Create the R99 service from NE1 to NE3.
      Table 3-286  Parameters of general attributes
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Service Type ATM Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Service ID 1 A service ID uniquely identifies a service on the entire network.
      Service Name ATMService-R99 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Protection Type Protection-free Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Link Type ATM N-to-1 VCC Cell Transport Set this parameter according to the network planning.
    2. Click Configure Source And Sink. A dialog box is displayed. On the Physical Topology in the upper left portion of the window, set NE1 as the source NE, set NE3 as the sink NE. Set relevant parameters and click OK.
      Table 3-287  Parameters of the source node
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      SAI Type ATM Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Table 3-288  Parameters of the sink node
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      SAI Type ATM Set this parameter according to the network planning.
    3. In PW in the lower left portion of the window, set relevant parameters.
      Table 3-289  PW parameters
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Forward Type Static Binding
      • If you set Forward Type to Static Binding, you need to manually specify a tunnel in the Forward Tunnel area.
      • If you set Reverse Type to Select Policy, you need to set the tunnel priority in the Reverse Tunnel area so that the system selects a tunnel according to the priority.
      Forward Tunnel Tunnel-001 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Reverse Type Static Binding
      • If you set Reverse Type to Static Binding, you need to manually specify a tunnel in the Reverse Tunnel area.
      • If you set Reverse Type to Select Policy, you need to set the tunnel priority in the Reverse Tunnel area so that the system selects a tunnel according to the priority.
      Reverse Tunnel Tunnel-001_Reverse Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      PW ID 35 A PW ID uniquely identifies a PW on the entire network.
      Signaling Type Static In the case of a static PW, you need to configure Forward Label and Reverse Label for a static PW.
      Encapsulation Type MPLS Set this parameter according to the network planning.
    4. Click ATM Link. In the dialog box that is displayed, set the parameters relevant to the connection.
      Table 3-290  Parameter for configuring a connection
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Connection Name Connection1 and Connection2 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Role Working Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Source SAI

      Connection1: 4-MD1-1(Port-1)

      Connection2: 4-MD1-2(Port-2)

      Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Source VPI

      Connection1: 1

      Connection2: 1

      VPI information carried by the service from a base station.
      Source VCI

      Connection1: 100

      Connection2: 100

      VCI information carried by the service from a base station.
      Source ATM Policy

      Connection1: RT-VBR

      Connection2: RT-VBR

      Connection1 is an R99 service and you need to select the RT-VBR policy for it.

      Connection2 is an R99 service and you need to select the RT-VBR policy for it.

      Sink SAI

      Connection1: 32-N1AFO1-1(PORT-1)

      Connection2: 32-N1AFO1-1(PORT-1)

      Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Sink VPI

      Connection1: 50

      Connection2: 60

      VPI information carried by the service after a VPI switching. Max. VPI of an ATM port is 255 according to the planning and therefore the value of the VPI on the sink ranges between 0 and 255.
      Sink VCI

      Connection1: 32

      Connection2: 32

      VCI information carried by the service after a VCI switching. Max. VCI of an ATM port is 127 according to the planning and therefore the value of the VPI on the sink ranges between 32 and 127.
      Sink ATM Policy

      Connection1: RT-VBR

      Connection2: RT-VBR

      Connection1 is an R99 service and you need to select the RT-VBR policy for it.

      Connection2 is an R99 service and you need to select the RT-VBR policy for it.

      Transit VPI - Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Transit VCI - Set this parameter according to the network planning.
    5. Click Advanced and configure PW QoS and Advanced PW Attribute.
      Table 3-291  Parameters of advanced attributes
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Control Word Must use On an MPLS PSN network, a control word carries the packet information. A control word is the encapsulation packet header that consists of four bytes. A control word can be used to identify the packet sequence or used for bit stuffing.
      Control Channel Type CW A CW control word is used to detect the connectivity of a PW.
      VCCV Verification Mode Ping The VCCV verification mode is used to detect the connectivity of a PW.
      Source ATM CoS Map 1(mapping1) Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Sink ATM CoS Map 1(mapping1) Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Max. Concatenated Cells Count 10 Maximum number of ATM cells that can be encapsulated into a packet.
      Packet Loading Time (us) 1000 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Table 3-292  PW QoS parameters
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      EXP 1 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Bandwidth Limited Enabled Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      CIR (kbit/s) 10000 Set the bandwidth based on the service traffic.
      PIR (kbit/s) 30000 Set the bandwidth based on the service traffic.
    6. Click OK. The ATMService-R99 service is created successfully.
    7. Create the ATMService-HSDPA service. For details, refer to the preceding steps.
      Table 3-293  Parameters of general attributes
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Service Type ATM Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Service ID 2 A service ID uniquely identifies a service on the entire network.
      Service Name ATMService-HSDPA Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Protection Type Protection-free Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Link Type ATM N-to-1 VCC Cell Transport Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Table 3-294  Parameters of the source node
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      SAI Type ATM Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Table 3-295  Parameters of the sink node
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      SAI Type ATM Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Table 3-296  PW parameters
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Forward Type Static Binding
      • If you set Forward Type to Static Binding, you need to manually specify a tunnel in the Forward Tunnel area.
      • If you set Forward Type, you need to set the tunnel priority in the Forward Tunnel area so that the system selects a tunnel according to the priority.
      Forward Tunnel Tunnel-001 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Reverse Type Static Binding
      • If you set Reverse Type to Static Binding, you need to manually specify a tunnel in the Reverse Tunnel area.
      • If you set Reverse Type to Select Policy, you need to set the tunnel priority in the Reverse Tunnel area so that the system selects a tunnel according to the priority.
      Reverse Tunnel Tunnel-001_Reverse Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      PW ID 36 A PW ID uniquely identifies a PW on the entire network.
      Signaling Type Static In the case of a static PW, you need to configure Forward Label and Reverse Label for a static PW.
      Encapsulation Type MPLS Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Table 3-297  Parameter for configuring a connection
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Connection Name Connection1 and Connection2 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Role Working Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Source SAI

      Connection1: 4-MD1-1(Port-1)

      Connection2: 4-MD1-2(Port-2)

      Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Source VPI

      Connection1: 1

      Connection2: 1

      VPI information carried by the service from a base station.
      Source VCI

      Connection1: 101

      Connection2: 101

      VCI information carried by the service from a base station.
      Source ATM Policy

      Connection1: UBR

      Connection2: UBR

      Connection1 is an HSDPA service and you need to select the UBR policy for it.

      Connection2 is an HSDPA service and you need to select the UBR policy for it.

      Sink SAI

      Connection1: 32-N1AFO1-1(PORT-1)

      Connection2: 32-N1AFO1-1(PORT-1)

      Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Sink VPI

      Connection1: 51

      Connection2: 61

      VPI information carried by the service after a VPI switching. Max. VPI of an ATM port is 255 according to the planning and therefore the value of the VPI on the sink ranges between 0 and 255.
      Sink VCI

      Connection1: 32

      Connection2: 32

      VCI information carried by the service after a VCI switching. Max. VCI of an ATM port is 127 according to the planning and therefore the value of the VPI on the sink ranges between 32 and 127.
      Sink ATM Policy

      Connection1: UBR

      Connection2: UBR

      Connection1 is an HSDPA service and you need to select the UBR policy for it.

      Connection2 is an HSDPA service and you need to select the UBR policy for it.

      Transit VPI - Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Transit VCI - Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Table 3-298  Parameters of advanced attributes
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Control Word Must use On an MPLS PSN network, a control word carries the packet information. A control word is the encapsulation packet header that consists of four bytes. A control word can be used to identify the packet sequence or used for bit stuffing.
      Control Channel Type CW A CW control word is used to detect the connectivity of a PW.
      VCCV Verification Mode Ping The VCCV verification mode is used to detect the connectivity of a PW.
      Source ATM CoS Map 1(mapping1) Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Sink ATM CoS Map 1(mapping1) Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Max. Concatenated Cells Count 20 Maximum number of ATM cells that can be encapsulated into a packet.
      Packet Loading Time (us) 1000 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Table 3-299  PW QoS parameters
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      EXP 3 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Bandwidth Limited Enabled Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      CIR (kbit/s) 10000 Set the bandwidth based on the service traffic.
      PIR (kbit/s) 30000 Set the bandwidth based on the service traffic.
    8. Create the ATMService-Signaling service. For details, refer to the preceding steps.
      Table 3-300  Parameters of general attributes
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Service Type ATM Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Service ID 3 A service ID uniquely identifies a service on the entire network.
      Service Name ATMService-Signaling Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Protection Type Protection-free Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Link Type ATM N-to-1 VCC Cell Transport Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Table 3-301  Parameters of the source node
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      SAI Type ATM Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Table 3-302  Parameters of the sink node
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      SAI Type ATM Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Table 3-303  PW parameters
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Forward Type Static Binding
      • If you set Forward Type to Static Binding, you need to manually specify a tunnel in the Forward Tunnel area.
      • If you set Forward Type, you need to set the tunnel priority in the Forward Tunnel area so that the system selects a tunnel according to the priority.
      Forward Tunnel Tunnel-001 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Reverse Type Static Binding
      • If you set Reverse Type to Static Binding, you need to manually specify a tunnel in the Reverse Tunnel area.
      • If you set Reverse Type to Select Policy, you need to set the tunnel priority in the Reverse Tunnel area so that the system selects a tunnel according to the priority.
      Reverse Tunnel Tunnel-001_Reverse Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      PW ID 37 A PW ID uniquely identifies a PW on the entire network.
      Signaling Type Static In the case of a static PW, you need to configure Forward Label and Reverse Label for a static PW.
      Encapsulation Type MPLS Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Table 3-304  Parameter for configuring a connection
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Connection Name Connection1 and Connection2 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Role Working Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Source SAI

      Connection1: 4-MD1-1(Port-1)

      Connection2: 4-MD1-2(Port-2)

      Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Source VPI

      Connection1: 1

      Connection2: 1

      VPI information carried by the service from a base station.
      Source VCI

      Connection1: 102

      Connection2: 102

      VCI information carried by the service from a base station.
      Source ATM Policy

      Connection1: CBR

      Connection2: CBR

      Connection1 is a signaling service and you need to select the CBR policy for it.

      Connection2 is a signaling service and you need to select the CBR policy for it.

      Sink SAI

      Connection1: 32-N1AFO1-1(PORT-1)

      Connection2: 32-N1AFO1-1(PORT-1)

      Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Sink VPI

      Connection1: 52

      Connection2: 62

      VPI information carried by the service after a VPI switching. Max. VPI of an ATM port is 255 according to the planning and therefore the value of the VPI on the sink ranges between 0 and 255.
      Sink VCI

      Connection1: 32

      Connection2: 32

      VCI information carried by the service after a VCI switching. Max. VCI of an ATM port is 127 according to the planning and therefore the value of the VPI on the sink ranges between 32 and 127.
      Sink ATM Policy

      Connection1: CBR

      Connection2: CBR

      Connection1 is a signaling service and you need to select the CBR policy for it.

      Connection2 is a signaling service and you need to select the CBR policy for it.

      Transit VPI - Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Transit VCI - Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Table 3-305  Parameters of advanced attributes
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Control Word Must use On an MPLS PSN network, a control word carries the packet information. A control word is the encapsulation packet header that consists of four bytes. A control word can be used to identify the packet sequence or used for bit stuffing.
      Control Channel Type CW A CW control word is used to detect the connectivity of a PW.
      VCCV Verification Mode Ping The VCCV verification mode is used to detect the connectivity of a PW.
      Source ATM CoS Map 1(mapping1) Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Sink ATM CoS Map 1(mapping1) Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Max. Concatenated Cells Count 20 Maximum number of ATM cells that can be encapsulated into a packet.
      Packet Loading Time (us) 1000 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Table 3-306  PW QoS parameters
      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      EXP 3 Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Bandwidth Limited Enabled Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      CIR (kbit/s) 10000 Set the bandwidth based on the service traffic.
      PIR (kbit/s) 30000 Set the bandwidth based on the service traffic.

Configuration Process in Per-NE Mode

This section describes the process of configuring a UNI-NNI ATM service on a per-NE basis.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
  • You must understand the networking, requirements and service planning of the example.
  • A network must be created.

Procedure

  1. Set LSR IDs.
    1. In the NE Explorer, select NE1 and choose > Configuration > Packet Configuration > MPLS Management > Basic Configuration from the Function Tree.
    2. Set LSR ID, Start of Global Label Space, and other parameters. Click Apply.

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      LSR ID NE1: 130.0.0.1 Set this parameter according to the network planning. In addition, this value is unique on the entire network.
      Start of Global Label Space 0 Set this parameter according to the network planning.

    3. Display the NE Explorer of NE2, NE3, NE4, NE5, and NE6 separately and perform the preceding two steps to set the parameters, such as LSR ID.

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      LSR ID

      NE2: 130.0.0.2

      NE3: 130.0.0.3

      NE4: 130.0.0.4

      NE5: 130.0.0.5

      NE6: 130.0.0.6

      Set this parameter according to the network planning. In addition, this value is unique on the entire network.
      Start of Global Label Space 0 Set this parameter according to the network planning.

  2. Configure NNI interfaces.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select NE1 and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree to configure the network-side interface.
    2. In the Basic Attributes tab, select the 3-EM6F-1(PORT-1) and 3-EM6F-2(PORT-2). Right click the Port Mode field, and select Port Mode. Set the parameters as required, and click Apply.

      The configuration parameters are as follows:

      • Enable Port: 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 as the same.)
      • Max Frame Length (byte): 1620 (Set this parameter according to the length of data packets. All the received data packets that contain more bytes than the maximum frame length are discarded.)
    3. Select the 3-EM6T-1(PORT-1) and 3-EM6T-2(PORT-2) in the Layer 3 Attributes tab. Right click the Enable Tunnel field and select Enabled. Right-click the Specify IP Address field and choose Manually. Then, set the parameters such as IP Address and IP Mask. Click Apply.

      The configuration parameters are as follows:

      • Enable Tunnel: Enabled
      • Specify IP Address: Manually (Manually indicates that you can set the IP address of the port.)
      • 3-EM6F-1(PORT-1) IP Address: 18.0.0.1
      • 3-EM6F-2(PORT-2) IP Address: 18.0.5.1
      • IP Mask: 255.255.255.252
    4. Display the NE Explorer for NE2, NE3, NE4, NE5, and NE6 separately. Perform 2.a through 2.c to set parameters of each related interface.

      The configuration parameters are as follows:

      Set the parameters of each interface the same as NE1-3-EM6F-1(PORT-1).

      The layer 3 attributes of each ports are as follows:

      NE Port IP Address IP Mask
      NE2 4-PEX2-1(PORT-1) 18.0.1.1 255.255.255.252
      3-PEG8-2(PORT-2) 18.0.0.2 255.255.255.252
      NE3 3-EX2-1(PORT-1) 18.0.2.1 255.255.255.252
      3-EX2-2(PORT-2) 18.0.1.2 255.255.255.252
      NE4 3-PEX2-2(PORT-2) 18.0.2.2 255.255.255.252
      3-PEX2-1(PORT-1) 18.0.3.1 255.255.255.252
      NE5 4-PEX2-2(PORT-2) 18.0.3.2 255.255.255.252
      3-PEG8-1(PORT-1) 18.0.4.2 255.255.255.252
      NE6 3-PEG8-2(PORT-2) 18.0.4.1 255.255.255.252
      3-PEG8-1(PORT-1) 18.0.5.2 255.255.255.252

  3. Create the working tunnel.
    1. Choose Service > Tunnel > Create Tunnel from the main menu.
    2. Set the basic information about the working tunnel.

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Tunnel Name Working Tunnel Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      Protocol Type MPLS Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      Signaling Type Static CR Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      Service Direction Unidirectional Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      Create Reverse Tunnel Selected This parameter is selected when a reverse tunnel needs to be created.
      Protection Type 1:1 Set this parameter according to the service planning.

    3. Configure the NE list. On the physical topology, double-click NE1, NE2, and NE3 to add them to the NE list and set the corresponding NE roles.

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      NE Role

      NE1: Ingress

      NE2: Transit

      NE3: Egress

      An ingress is the incoming node of a network. In this example, NE1 is an ingress node.

      A transit is a pass-through node. In this example, NE2 is a transit node.

      An egress is the outgoing node of a network. In this example, NE3 is an egress node.

      Deploy Selected When this parameter is selected, a tunnel is saved on the U2000 and applied to the corresponding NEs

    4. Click Details to set the advanced parameters of the reverse tunnel. Click OK.

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Tunnel ID
      • Forward Tunnel: 100
      • Reverse Tunnel: 101
      Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      CIR (Kbit/s) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 10000 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      CBS (byte) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 10000 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      PIR (Kbit/s) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 20000 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      PBS (byte) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 20000 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      MTU (bytes) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 1620 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      LSP Type Forward and Reverse Tunnels: E-LSP Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      EXP Forward and Reverse Tunnels: None Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Out Interface

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE1: 3-EM6F-1(PORT-1)
      • NE2: 4-PEX2-1(PORT-1)

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE3: 3-EX2-2(PORT-2)
      • NE2: 3-PEG8-2(PORT-2)
      Set this parameter according to the service planning. Only this parameter needs to be set for only the ingress node and transit node.
      Out Label

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE1: 20
      • NE2: 30

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE3: 21
      • NE2: 31
      Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      In Interface

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE2: 3-PEG8-2(PORT-2)
      • NE3: 3-EX2-2(PORT-2)

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE2: 4-PEX2-1(PORT-1)
      • NE1: 3-EM6F-1(PORT-1)
      Set this parameter according to the service planning. Only this parameter needs to be set for only the egress node and transit node.
      In Label

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE2: 20
      • NE3: 30

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE2: 21
      • NE1: 31
      Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Next Hop

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE1: 18.0.0.2
      • NE2: 18.0.1.2

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE3: 18.0.1.1
      • NE2: 18.0.0.1
      Set this parameter according to the network planning.

  4. Create the protection tunnel.
    1. Create the protection tunnel by referring to3.

      Set the basic Information as follows:

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Tunnel Name Protection Tunnel Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      Protocol Type MPLS Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      Signaling Type Static CR Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      Service Direction Unidirectional Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Create Reverse Tunnel Selected This parameter is selected when a reverse tunnel needs to be created.

      Set the node information as follows:

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      NE Role

      NE1: Ingress

      NE6, NE5, NE4: Transit

      NE3: Egress

      An ingress is the incoming node of a network. In this example, NE1 is an ingress node.

      A transit is a pass-through node. In this example, NE6, NE5, and NE4 are transit nodes.

      An egress is the outgoing node of a network. In this example, NE3 is an egress node.

      Deploy Selected When this parameter is selected, a tunnel is saved on the U2000 and applied to the corresponding NEs

      Set the route information as follows:

      Parameter Example Value Principle for Value Selection
      Tunnel ID
      • Forward Tunnel: 120
      • Reverse Tunnel: 121
      Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      CIR (Kbit/s) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 10000 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      CBS (byte) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 10000 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      PIR (Kbit/s) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 20000 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      PBS (byte) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 20000 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      MTU (bytes) Forward and Reverse Tunnels: 1620 Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      LSP Type Forward and Reverse Tunnels: E-LSP Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      EXP Forward and Reverse Tunnels: None Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Out Interface

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE1: 3-EM6F-2(PORT-2)
      • NE6: 3-PEG8-2(PORT-2)
      • NE5: 4-PEX2-2(PORT-2)
      • NE4: 3-PEX2-2(PORT-2)

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE3: 3-EX2-1(PORT-1)
      • NE4: 3-PEX2-1(PORT-1)
      • NE5: 3-PEG8-1(PORT-1)
      • NE6: 3-PEG8-1(PORT-1)
      Set this parameter according to the service planning. Only this parameter needs to be set for only the ingress node and transit node.
      Out Label

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE1: 22
      • NE6: 32
      • NE5: 42
      • NE4: 52

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE3: 23
      • NE4: 33
      • NE5: 43
      • NE6: 53
      Set this parameter according to the service planning.
      In Interface

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE6: 3-PEG8-1(PORT-1)
      • NE5: 3-PEG8-1(PORT-1)
      • NE4: 3-PEX2-1(PORT-1)
      • NE3: 3-EX2-1(PORT-1)

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE4: 3-PEX2-2(PORT-2)
      • NE5: 4-PEX2-2(PORT-2)
      • NE6: 3-PEG8-2(PORT-2)
      • NE1: 3-EM6F-2(PORT-2)
      Set this parameter according to the service planning. Only this parameter needs to be set for only the egress node and transit node.
      In Label

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE6: 22
      • NE5: 32
      • NE4: 42
      • NE3: 52

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE4: 23
      • NE5: 33
      • NE6: 43
      • NE1: 53
      Set this parameter according to the network planning.
      Next Hop

      Forward Tunnel:

      • NE1: 18.0.5.2
      • NE6: 18.0.4.2
      • NE5: 18.0.3.1
      • NE4: 18.0.2.1

      Reverse Tunnel:

      • NE3: 18.0.2.2
      • NE4: 18.0.3.2
      • NE5: 18.0.4.1
      • NE6: 18.0.2.1
      Set this parameter according to the network planning.

  5. Configure ports, including ATM ports on Node B and RNC.
    1. Configure ATM ports on Node B.

      1. In the NE Explorer, select NE1 and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Interface Management > PDH Interface from the Function Tree to configure ports on Node B.
      2. Select the ports from 4-MD1-1(PORT-1) to 4-MD1-8(PORT-8), In the Port Mode field, right-click, and choose Layer 2 from the shortcut menu. Click Apply.
        NOTE:

        Before setting the frame format, ensure that the DCN of the port is disabled.

        The configuration parameters are as follows:

        • Port: ports from 4-MD1-1(PORT-1) to 4-MD1-8(PORT-8)
        • Name: NodeB ATM (You can set port names to distinguish different service ports for easy location and query.)
        • Port Mode: Layer 2 (IMA signals are carried.)
        • Encapsulation Type: ATM
      3. On the Advanced tab page, set Frame Format and Frame Mode for the ports from 4-MD1-1(PORT-1) to 4-MD1-8(PORT-8). Click Apply.

        Set relevant parameters as follows:

        • Port: ports from 4-MD1-1(PORT-1) to 4-MD1-8(PORT-8)
        • Frame Format: CRC-4 multiframe (The frame format must be same as the cell format on Node B.)
        • Frame Mode: 31
      4. Choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Interface Management > ATM IMA Management from the Function Tree. Click the Binding tab.
      5. On the Binding tab page, click Configuration. Then, set the bound ports for 4-MD1-1(Port-1) and 4-MD1-2(Port-2). Click OK.

        Set the parameters relevant to 4-MD1-1(Port-1) as follows:

        • Available Boards: 4-MD1
        • Configurable Ports: 4-MD1-1(Port-1)
        • Available Bound Paths
          • Level: E1 (For the E1 card, when the E1 level is selected, the entire E1 channel is used to transmit ATM IMA signals.)
          • Direction: Bidirectional (default)
          • Optical Interface: - (In the case of the E1 and fractional E1 levels, you need not set this parameter. In the case of the VC12-xv level, you need to select the corresponding optical port, that is, the E1 level in this example.)
        • Available Resources: ports from 4-MD1-1(PORT-1) to 4-MD1-4(PORT-4)
        • Available Timeslots: - (In the case of the E1 and fractional E1 levels, you need not set this parameter. In the case of the VC12-xv level, you need to select the corresponding timeslot.)

        Set the parameters relevant to 4-MD1-2(Port-2) as follows:

        • Available Boards: 4-MD1
        • Configurable Ports: 4-MD1-2(Port-2)
        • Available Bound Paths
          • Level: E1
          • Direction: Bidirectional
          • Optical Interface: -
        • Available Resources: ports from 4-MD1-5(PORT-5) to 4-MD1-8(PORT-8)
        • Available Timeslots: -
      6. On the IMA Group Management tab page, double-click the IMA Protocol Enable Status field field to enable the IMA protocol. Set other relevant parameters as required. Click Apply.

        The settings of parameters need to be the same as those on Node B.

      7. On the ATM Interface Management tab page, set the parameters, such Max. VPI and Max. VCI. Click Apply.

        Set relevant parameters as follows:

        • Port Type: UNI (A UNI port is used to connect to the client-side equipment, and an NNI port is used to connect the ATM equipment on a core network.)
        • ATM Cell Payload Scrambling: Enabled
        • Max. VPI: 255 (Set this parameter according to networking planning. Set Max. VPI to specify the value range of VPI. The VPI ranges from 0 to Max. VPI.)
        • Max. VCI: 127 (Set this parameter according to networking planning. Set Max. VCI to specify the value range of VCI. The VCI ranges from 0 to Max. VCI.)
        • VCC-Supported VPI Count: 32 (Set this parameter according to the networking planning.)
        • Loopback: No Loopback

    2. Configure ATM ports on RNC.

      1. In the NE Explorer, select NE3 and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Interface Management > SDH Interface from the Function Tree to configure ports on RNC.
      2. On the Layer 2 Attributes tab page, select 32-N1AFO1-1(PORT-1) and set the parameters, such as Max. VPI and Max. VCI, for the port. Click Apply.

        Set relevant parameters as follows:

        • Port Type: UNI (A UNI port is used to connect to the client-side equipment, and an NNI port is used to connect the ATM equipment on a core network.)
        • ATM Cell Payload Scrambling: Enabled
        • Max. VPI: 255 (Set this parameter according to networking planning. Set Max. VPI to specify the value range of VPI. The VPI ranges from 0 to Max. VPI.)
        • Max. VCI: 127 (Set this parameter according to networking planning. Set Max. VCI to specify the value range of VCI. The VCI ranges from 0 to Max. VCI.)
        • VCC-Supported VPI Count: 32 (Set this parameter according to the networking planning.)

  6. Configure three UNIs-NNI ATM services.

    1. In the NE Explorer, select NE1 and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > ATM Service Management from the Function Tree. Then, create an R99 service from NE1 to NE3.
    2. Click New. The New ATM Service window is displayed. Then, set Service ID, Service Name, Service Type, and Connection Type.

      The configuration parameters are as follows:

      • Service ID: 1
      • Service Name: ATMService-R99
      • Service Type: UNIs-NNI
      • Connection Type: PVC (PVC indicates that the VPI and VCI of the ATM connection can be modified; PVP indicates that only the VPI of the ATM connection can be modified.)
    3. Click the Connection tab and click Add. The Configure Connection window is displayed. Add connection 1 and connection 2.

      The configuration parameters are as follows:

      • Connection 1
        • Connection Name: Connection 1
        • Source Board: 4-MD1
        • Source Port: 4-MD1-1(Port-1)
        • Source VPI(example:35,36-39): 1 (The VPI information transmitted with the service from NodeB)
        • Source VCI(example:35,36-39): 100 (The VCI information transmitted with the service from NodeB)
        • PW ID: 35
        • Sink Board: -
        • Sink Port: -
        • Sink VPI(example:35,36-39): 50 (The VPI information transmitted with the service after VPI switching. Max. VPI of the ATM interface is planned to be 255, and therefore the Sink VPI(example:35,36-39) ranges from 0 to 255.)
        • Sink VCI(example:35,36-39): 32 (The VCI information transmitted with the service after VCI switching. Max. VCI of the ATM interface is planned to be 127, and therefore the Sink VCI(example:35,36-39) ranges from 32 to 127.)
        • Uplink Policy: RT-VBR (Select the RT-VBR policy, because connection 1 is an R99 service.)
        • Downlink Policy: RT-VBR (Select the RT-VBR policy, because connection 1 is an R99 service.)
      • Connection 2
        • Connection Name: Connection 2
        • Source Board: 4-MD1
        • Source Port: 4-MD1-2(Port-2)
        • Source VPI(example:35,36-39): 1
        • Source VCI(example:35,36-39): 100
        • PW ID: 35
        • Sink Board: -
        • Sink Port: -
        • Sink VPI(example:35,36-39): 60
        • Sink VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
        • Uplink Policy: RT-VBR (Select the RT-VBR policy, because connection 2 is an R99 service.)
        • Downlink Policy: RT-VBR (Select the RT-VBR policy, because connection 2 is an R99 service.)
    4. Click the PW tab and click Add. The Configure PW window is displayed. In the window, set attributes of the PW.

      Set the parameters related to PW1 as follows:

      • Basic Attributes
        • PW ID: 35
        • PW Signaling Type: Static (Static indicates that the ingress and egress labels are manually added.)
        • PW Type: ATM n to one VCC cell transport (Select ATM n-to-one VPC cell transport if multiple ATM connections are mapped to one PW; select ATM one-to-one VCC Cell Mode if one ATM connection is mapped to one PW. Herein, two ATM connections are mapped to one PW.)
        • PW Direction: Bidirectional
        • PW Incoming Label/Source Port: 33
        • PW Outgoing Label/Sink Port: 32
        • Tunnel Type: MPLS
        • Tunnel No.: 1 (Tunnel-0001)
        • Peer LSR ID: 130.0.0.3
      • Advanced Attributes
        • Control Word: Must use
        • Control Channel Type: CW (CW realizes connectivity check of the PW.)
        • VCCV Verification Mode: Ping (PW Ping realizes connectivity check of the PW.)
        • Max. Concatenated Cell Count: 10 (The maximum number of ATM cells that can be encapsulated in each packet.)
        • Packet Loading Time (us): 1000
      • QoS

        Ingress

        • EXP: 1
    5. Click the CoS Mapping tab and set the QoS attribute of PW1.

      Set the QoS mapping for PW1 as follows:

      • PW ID: 35
      • CoS Mapping: 1(Default AtmCosMap)
    6. In the NE Explorer, select NE3. Then, create an ATMService-R99 service by following 6.a to 6.e.
      • The configuration parameters are as follows:
        • Service ID: 1
        • Service Name: ATMService-R99
        • Service Type: UNIs-NNI
        • Connection Type: PVC
      • Configure ATM Connection:
        • Connection 1
          • Connection Name: Connection 1
          • Source Board: 32-N1AFO1
          • Source Port: 32-N1AFO1-1(PORT-1)
          • Source VPI(example:35,36-39): 50
          • Source VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
          • PW ID: 35
          • Sink Board: -
          • Sink Port: -
          • Sink VPI(example:35,36-39): 50
          • Sink VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
          • Uplink Policy: RT-VBR
          • Downlink Policy: RT-VBR
        • Connection 2
          • Connection Name: Connection 2
          • Source Board: 32-N1AFO1
          • Source Port: 32-N1AFO1-1(PORT-1)
          • Source VPI(example:35,36-39): 60
          • Source VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
          • PW ID: 35
          • Sink Board: -
          • Sink Port: -
          • Sink VPI(example:35,36-39): 60
          • Sink VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
          • Uplink Policy: RT-VBR
          • Downlink Policy: RT-VBR
      • Set the parameters related to PW1 as follows:
        • Basic Attributes
          • PW ID: 35
          • PW Signaling Type: Static
          • PW Type: ATM n to one VCC cell transport
          • PW Direction: Bidirectional
          • PW Incoming Label/Source Port: 33
          • PW Outgoing Label/Sink Port: 32
          • Tunnel Type: MPLS
          • Tunnel No.: 2 (Tunnel-0002)
          • Peer LSR ID: 130.0.0.1
        • Advanced Attributes
          • Control Word: Must use
          • Control Channel Type: CW
          • VCCV Verification Mode: Ping
          • Max. Concatenated Cell Count: 10
          • Packet Loading Time (us): 1000
        • QoS

          Ingress

          • EXP: 1
      • Set the QoS mapping for PW1 as follows:
        • PW ID: 35
        • CoS Mapping: 1(Default AtmCosMap)
    7. Create an ATMService-HSDPA service by following 6.a to 6.f.

      Set the parameters related to NE1 as follows:

      • The configuration parameters are as follows:
        • Service ID: 2
        • Service Name: ATMService-HSDPA
        • Service Type: UNIs-NNI
        • Connection Type: PVC
      • Configure ATM Connection:
        • Connection 1
          • Connection Name: Connection 1
          • Source Board: 4-MD1
          • Source Port: 4-MD1-1(Port-1)
          • Source VPI(example:35,36-39): 1
          • Source VCI(example:35,36-39): 101
          • PW ID: 36
          • Sink Board: -
          • Sink Port: -
          • Sink VPI(example:35,36-39): 51
          • Sink VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
          • Uplink Policy: UBR
          • Downlink Policy: UBR
        • Connection 2
          • Connection Name: Connection 2
          • Source Board: 4-MD1
          • Source Port: 4-MD1-2(Port-2)
          • Source VPI(example:35,36-39): 1
          • Source VCI(example:35,36-39): 101
          • PW ID: 36
          • Sink Board: -
          • Sink Port: -
          • Sink VPI(example:35,36-39): 61
          • Sink VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
          • Uplink Policy: UBR
          • Downlink Policy: UBR
      • Set the parameters related to PW2 as follows:
        • Basic Attributes
          • PW ID: 36
          • PW Signaling Type: Static
          • PW Type: ATM n to one VCC cell transport
          • PW Direction: Bidirectional
          • PW Incoming Label/Source Port: 33
          • PW Outgoing Label/Sink Port: 32
          • Tunnel Type: MPLS
          • Tunnel No.: 1 (Tunnel-0001)
          • PeerLSR ID: 130.0.0.3
        • Advanced Attributes
          • Control Word: Must use
          • Control Channel Type: CW
          • VCCV Verification Mode: Ping
          • Max. Concatenated Cell Count: 10
          • Packet Loading Time (us): 1000
        • QoS

          Ingress

          • EXP: 3
      • The CoS mapping of PW2 should be configured:
        • PW ID: 36
        • CoS Mapping: 1(Default AtmCosMap)

      Set the parameters related to NE3 as follows:

      • The configuration parameters are as follows:
        • Service ID: 2
        • Service Name: ATMService-HSDPA
        • Service Type: UNIs-NNI
        • Connection Type: PVC
      • Configure ATM Connection:
        • Connection 1
          • Connection Name: Connection 1
          • Source Board: 32-N1AFO1
          • Source Port: 32-N1AFO1-1(PORT-1)
          • Source VPI(example:35,36-39): 51
          • Source VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
          • PW ID: 36
          • Sink Board: -
          • Sink Port: -
          • Sink VPI: 51
          • Sink VCI: 32
          • Uplink Policy: UBR
          • Downlink Policy: UBR
        • Connection 2
          • Connection Name: Connection 2
          • Source Board: 32-N1AFO1
          • Source Port: 32-N1AFO1-1(PORT-1)
          • Source VPI(example:35,36-39): 61
          • Source VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
          • PW ID: 36
          • Sink Board: -
          • Sink Port: -
          • Sink VPI(example:35,36-39): 61
          • Sink VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
          • Uplink Policy: UBR
          • Downlink Policy: UBR
      • Set the parameters related to PW2 as follows:
        • Basic Attributes
          • PW ID: 36
          • PW Signaling Type: Static
          • PW Type: ATM n to one VCC cell transport
          • PW Direction: Bidirectional
          • PW Incoming Label/Source Port: 33
          • PW Outgoing Label/Sink Port: 32
          • Tunnel Type: MPLS
          • Tunnel No.: 2 (Tunnel-0002)
          • Peer LSR ID: 130.0.0.1
        • Advanced Attributes
          • Control Word: Must use
          • Control Channel Type: CW
          • VCCV Verification Mode: Ping
          • Max. Concatenated Cell Count: 10
          • Packet Loading Time (us): 1000
        • QoS

          Ingress

          • EXP: 3
      • The CoS mapping of PW2 should be configured:
        • PW ID: 36
        • CoS Mapping: 1(Default AtmCosMap)
    8. Create an ATMService-Signaling service by following 6.a to 6.f.

      Set the parameters related to NE1 as follows:

      • The configuration parameters are as follows:
        • Service ID: 3
        • Service Name: ATMService-Signaling
        • Service Type: UNIs-NNI
        • Connection Type: PVC
      • Configure ATM Connection:
        • Connection 1
          • Connection Name: Connection 1
          • Source Board: 4-MD1
          • Source Port: 4-MD1-1(Port-1)
          • Source VPI(example:35,36-39): 1
          • Source VCI(example:35,36-39): 102
          • PW ID: 37
          • Sink Board: -
          • Sink Port: -
          • Sink VPI(example:35,36-39): 52
          • Sink VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
          • Uplink Policy: CBR
          • Downlink Policy: CBR
        • Connection 2
          • Connection Name: Connection 2
          • Source Board: 4-MD1
          • Source Port: 4-MD1-2(Port-2)
          • Source VPI(example:35,36-39): 1
          • Source VCI(example:35,36-39): 102
          • PW ID: 37
          • Sink Board: -
          • Sink Port: -
          • Sink VPI(example:35,36-39): 62
          • Sink VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
          • Uplink Policy: CBR
          • Downlink Policy: CBR
      • Set the parameters related to PW2 as follows:
        • Basic Attributes
          • PW ID: 37
          • PW Signaling Type: Static
          • PW Type: ATM n to one VCC cell transport
          • PW Direction: Bidirectional
          • PW Incoming Label/Source Port: 33
          • PW Outgoing Label/Sink Port: 32
          • Tunnel Type: MPLS
          • Tunnel No.: 1 (Tunnel-0001)
          • Peer LSR ID: 130.0.0.3
        • Advanced Attributes
          • Control Word: Must use
          • Control Channel Type: CW
          • VCCV Verification Mode: Ping
          • Max. Concatenated Cell Count: 10
          • Packet Loading Time (us): 1000
        • QoS

          Ingress

          • EXP: 0
      • The CoS mapping of PW2 should be configured:
        • PW ID: 37
        • CoS Mapping: 1(Default AtmCosMap)

      Set the parameters related to NE3 as follows:

      • The configuration parameters are as follows:
        • Service ID: 3
        • Service Name: ATMService-Signaling
        • Service Type: UNIs-NNI
        • Connection Type: PVC
      • Configure ATM Connection:
        • Connection 1
          • Connection Name: Connection 1
          • Source Board: 32-N1AFO1
          • Source Port: 32-N1AFO1-1(PORT-1)
          • Source VPI(example:35,36-39): 52
          • Source VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
          • PW ID: 37
          • Sink Board: -
          • Sink Port: -
          • Sink VPI(example:35,36-39): 52
          • Sink VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
          • Uplink Policy: CBR
          • Downlink Policy: CBR
        • Connection 2
          • Connection Name: Connection 2
          • Source Board: 32-N1AFO1
          • Source Port: 32-N1AFO1-1(PORT-1)
          • Source VPI(example:35,36-39): 62
          • Source VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
          • PW ID: 37
          • Sink Board: -
          • Sink Port: -
          • Sink VPI(example:35,36-39): 62
          • Sink VCI(example:35,36-39): 32
          • Uplink Policy: CBR
          • Downlink Policy: CBR
      • Set the parameters related to PW2 as follows:
        • Basic Attributes
          • PW ID: 37
          • PW Signaling Type: Static
          • PW Type: ATM n to one VCC cell transport
          • PW Direction: Bidirectional
          • PW Incoming Label/Source Port: 33
          • PW Outgoing Label/Sink Port: 32
          • Tunnel Type: MPLS
          • Tunnel No.: 2 (Tunnel-0002)
          • Peer LSR ID: 130.0.0.1
        • Advanced Attributes
          • Control Word: Must use
          • Control Channel Type: CW
          • VCCV Verification Mode: Ping
          • Max. Concatenated Cell Count: 10
          • Packet Loading Time (us): 1000
        • QoS

          Ingress

          • EXP: 0
      • The CoS mapping of PW2 should be configured:
        • PW ID: 37
        • CoS Mapping: 1(Default AtmCosMap)

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