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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Configuration Example (802.1d Bridge-Based E-LAN Service)

Configuration Example (802.1d Bridge-Based E-LAN Service)

This section considers an 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN service as an example to describe how to configure the Ethernet service according to the network planning information.

Networking Diagram

This section describes the networking information about the NEs.

Configure Ethernet services according to the following requirements:

  • NodeB21, NodeB23, and NodeB24 provide FE ports whose port rate is 100 Mbit/s.
  • The NodeB services are transparently transmitted.
  • VLAN priorities are configured on each NodeB according to service types.
  • The functions of detecting looped services and suppressing broadcast packets need to be provided on the network.

To meet the preceding requirements, IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN services are configured to implement transmission of the NodeB services; in addition, the functions of detecting looped services and suppressing broadcast packets and QoS processing are configured. See Figure 3-38.

Figure 3-38  Networking diagram (IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN services)

NOTE:

This topic considers the OptiX OSN 550 as an example to describe the board layout. In the case of other products, the configuration method is the same, except for the slots. For the slot information, see the Hardware Description of the relevant product.

The connections of Ethernet links shown in Figure 3-38 are described as follows.

Table 3-213  Connections of Ethernet links
NE Link Port Description
NE21 Between NE21 and the PSN 3-EM6T-1 Configure this port to drop the Native E-LAN services.
Between NE21 and NE22 3-EM6T-2 Configure this port to transmit Ethernet services.
Between NE21 and NE24 4-EM6T-1 Configure this port to transmit Ethernet services.
NE22 Between NE22 and NE23 3-EM6T-1 Configure this port to transmit Ethernet services.
Between NE22 and NodeB21 3-EM6T-3 Configure this port to access services from NodeB21.
Between NE22 and NE21 3-EM6T-2 Configure this port to transmit Ethernet services.
NE23 Between NE23 and NE24 3-EM6T-1 Configure this port to transmit Ethernet services.
Between NE23 and NodeB23 3-EM6T-3 Configure this port to access services from NodeB23.
Between NE23 and NE22 3-EM6T-2 Configure this port to transmit Ethernet services.
NE24 Between NE24 and NE21 3-EM6T-1 Configure this port to transmit Ethernet services.
Between NE24 and NodeB24 3-EM6T-3 Configure this port to access services from NodeB24.
Between NE24 and NE23 3-EM6T-2 Configure this port to transmit Ethernet services.

Service Planning

You need to plan the corresponding parameter information before configuring an Ethernet service.

Service Planning (Ethernet Ports)

The service planning information contains the information about all the parameters required for configuring Ethernet ports.

NOTE:
  • In this example, the FE ports on all the NodeBs work in auto-negotiation mode. Therefore, the FE/GE port of each NE that accesses services must work in auto-negotiation mode. If the peer Ethernet port works in another mode, the local Ethernet port must work in the same mode. The working modes of the Ethernet ports inside the network are planned as auto-negotiation.
  • In this example, to ensure that the Ethernet frames that carry more than one tag such as QinQ can traverse the equipment, the maximum frame length is set to 1620 (bytes). If the equipment needs to transmit jumbo frames with a greater length, set the maximum frame length according to the actual length of a jumbo frame. Normally, if the equipment is interconnected with NodeBs, the maximum frame length can also assume its default value of 1620.
  • For ports that carry E-LAN services, the flow control function is always disabled.

  • In this example, no loopback port shutdown function is enabled.
Parameter Value
NE NE21

NE22

NE23

NE24

Port

3-EM6T-1

3-EM6T-2

4-EM6T-1

3-EM6T-1

3-EM6T-2

3-EM6T-3

Encapsulation type Null
Port working mode Auto-negotiation
Max Frame Length (bytes) 1620
Flow control Disabled
Loopback check Enabled
Loopback port shutdown Disabled
Broadcast Packet Suppression Enabled
Broadcast Packet Suppression Threshold 30
Service Planning (Ethernet Services)

The service planning information contains the information about all the parameters required for configuring Ethernet services.

Table 3-214 provides the planning information of IEEE 802.1a bridge-based E-LAN services.

Table 3-214  Information about IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN services
Parameter NE21

NE22

NE23

NE24

Service ID 1 1
Service name Dlan Dlan
TAG type Tag-Transparent Tag-Transparent
Self-learning MAC address Enabled Enabled
MAC address learning mode SVL SVL
Mounted UNI port

3-EM6T-1

3-EM6T-2

4-EM6T-1

3-EM6T-1

3-EM6T-2

3-EM6T-3

Service Planning (QoS)

The service planning information contains the information about all the parameters required for configuring QoS.

QoS (Diffserv)

DS is the basis for QoS. It is recommended that the VLAN priority or DSCP value of the NodeB services be allocated by the service type. Then, the transmission network creates the corresponding DS domain according to the allocated VLAN priority or DSCP value. Each Ethernet port involved in the service must use the same DS configuration.

In this example, the NodeB services are allocated with corresponding VLAN priorities according to the service type, and the NEs allocate the PHB service classes according to the VLAN priority, as provided in Table 3-215. Each Ethernet port involved in the service uses the same DS configuration.

Table 3-215  Service class and PHB service class
PHB Service Class VLAN Priority Corresponding Service Type
CS7 7 -
CS6 6 -
EF 5 Real-time voice service and signaling service (R99 conversational and R99 streaming services)
AF4 4 -
AF3 3 Real-time OM and HSDPA services (OM streaming and HSPA streaming services)
AF2 2 Non-real-time R99 service (R99 interactive and R99 background services)
AF1 1 -
BE 0 HSDPA data service (HSPA interactive and background services)
NOTE:
  • During the mapping of the PHB service class, CS7 is not recommended, because CS7 may be used to transmit Ethernet protocol packets or inband DCN packets on the NE.
  • The default mapping relationships for the DS domain comply with the network planning requirements and therefore do not need to be modified.
  • The default trusted packet type for each port that is applied for the default DS domain is C-VLAN priority and therefore does not need to be modified.
QoS (Queue Scheduling Mode)

Generally, all Ethernet port involved in the service use the same queue scheduling mode.

Table 3-216 lists the queue scheduling mode used by each Ethernet port involved in the service in this example.

Table 3-216  Queue scheduling mode
PHB Service Class Queue Scheduling Mode
CS7 SP
CS6 SP
EF SP
AF4 WRR (weight = 5)
AF3 WRR (weight = 60)
AF2 WRR (weight = 30)
AF1 WRR (weight = 5)
BE SP
QoS (CAR or Shaping for a Specified Service Flow)

Normally, flow control is already performed on 2G/3G base stations and BSCs/RNCs and therefore CAR or shaping processing does not need to be performed again on the backhaul network.

QoS (Port Shaping)

If the Ethernet bandwidth planned for the aggregation link is lower than the total bandwidth of the aggregation services, you can perform port shaping at the edge node to limit the Ethernet service traffic that travels to the aggregation node, preventing congestion at the aggregation node.

In this example, you do not need to perform port shaping.

Configuration Process (in End-to-End Mode)

This section describes how to configure service parameters in end-to-end mode.

Configuration Process (Ethernet Ports)

This section describes the process for configuring Ethernet ports.

Procedure

  1. See Setting the General Attributes of Ethernet Interfaces and set the basic attributes of Ethernet ports.

    Parameter Value
    NE NE21

    NE22

    NE24

    NE23
    Port

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    4-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    3-EM6T-3

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    3-EM6T-3

    Enable Port Enabled
    Encapsulation Type Null
    Working Mode Auto-Negotiation
    Max Frame Length(bytes) 1620

  2. See Setting the Advanced Attributes of Ethernet Ports and set the advanced attributes of Ethernet ports.

    Parameter Value
    NE NE21

    NE22

    NE24

    NE23
    Port

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    4-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    3-EM6T-3

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    3-EM6T-3

    Loopback Check Enabled
    Broadcast Packet Suppression Enabled
    Broadcast Packet Suppression Threshold 30

Configuration Process (Service Information)

This section describes the process for configuring service information.

Procedure

  1. Configure E-LAN services over Native Ethernet in end-to-end mode.
    1. Choose Service > Native Ethernet Service > Create E-LAN Service from the Main Menu.
    2. Set basic attributes for the E-LAN service.

      Set Service Name to Dlan.

    3. Configure bridge-mounted ports for the E-LAN service.

      1. Double-click NE21 in the Physical Topology tab page.
      2. Set Tag Type to Tag-Transparent.
      3. Select 3-EM6T-1, 3-EM6T-2, and 4-EM6T-1 from the Available Interface list, and click .

        NOTE:
        If Port Mode of a port is Layer 3, the port is not displayed under Available Interface. To display the port, right-click the NE in the Physical Topology tab page, choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu, and set Port Mode to Layer 2 by referring to Setting the General Attributes of Ethernet Interfaces.
      4. OK

    4. Repeat 1.c to configure bridge-mounted ports on NE22, NE23, and NE24 according to Service Planning (Ethernet Services).
    5. Set attributes for the bridge-mounted ports.

      1. Click .
      2. Click the Interface Information tab.
      3. Set basic attributes for the bridge-mounted ports.
      NE Port Enable Port Working Mode Max Frame Length (bytes)
      NE21 3-EM6T-1 Enabled Auto-Negotiation 1620
      3-EM6T-2 Enabled Auto-Negotiation 1620
      4-EM6T-1 Enabled Auto-Negotiation 1620
      NE22 3-EM6T-1 Enabled Auto-Negotiation 1620
      3-EM6T-2 Enabled Auto-Negotiation 1620
      3-EM6T-3 Enabled Auto-Negotiation 1620
      NE23 3-EM6T-1 Enabled Auto-Negotiation 1620
      3-EM6T-2 Enabled Auto-Negotiation 1620
      3-EM6T-3 Enabled Auto-Negotiation 1620
      NE24 3-EM6T-1 Enabled Auto-Negotiation 1620
      3-EM6T-2 Enabled Auto-Negotiation 1620
      3-EM6T-3 Enabled Auto-Negotiation 1620

    6. Set advanced attributes for the bridge-mounted ports.

      1. Click .
      2. Click the Interface Information tab.
      3. Select the bridge-mounted ports.
      4. Click .
      5. Click the Advanced Attributes tab and set the advanced attributes for the ports. For details, see Setting the Advanced Attributes of Ethernet Ports.
      6. Click Apply.
      NE Port Loopback Check Broadcast Packet Suppression Broadcast Packet Suppression Threshold
      NE21 3-EM6T-1 Enabled Enabled 30
      3-EM6T-2 Enabled Enabled 30
      4-EM6T-1 Enabled Enabled 30
      NE22 3-EM6T-1 Enabled Enabled 30
      3-EM6T-2 Enabled Enabled 30
      3-EM6T-3 Enabled Enabled 30
      NE23 3-EM6T-1 Enabled Enabled 30
      3-EM6T-2 Enabled Enabled 30
      3-EM6T-3 Enabled Enabled 30
      NE24 3-EM6T-1 Enabled Enabled 30
      3-EM6T-2 Enabled Enabled 30
      3-EM6T-3 Enabled Enabled 30

    7. Select Deploy and click OK.
Configuration Process (QoS)

This section describes the procedures for configuring QoS.

Procedure

  1. OptiX OSN 500/550 see Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain, OptiX OSN 580 see Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain, and change the mapping relationships for the DS domain.

    NOTE:

    The actual mapping relationships for the default DS domain comply with the network planning information. Therefore, you can skip this step.

    The values for the related parameters that need to be set in the main interface are provided as follows.

    Parameter Value
    Mapping Relation ID 2
    Mapping Relation Name Default Map 2

    The values for the related parameters that need to be set in the Ingress Mapping Relation tab page are provided as follows.

    CVLAN SVLAN IP DSCP MPLS EXP PHB
    0 Default value Default value Default value BE
    1 AF11
    2 AF21
    3 AF31
    4 AF41
    5 EF
    6 CS6
    7 CS7

    The values for the related parameters that need to be set in the Egress Mapping Relation tab page are provided as follows.

    PHB CVLAN SVLAN IP DSCP MPLS EXP
    BE 0 Default value Default value Default value
    AF11 1
    AF21 2
    AF31 3
    AF41 4
    EF 5
    CS6 6
    CS7 7
    NOTE:

    AF1 is classified into three sub service classes, namely, AF11, AF12, and AF13, only one of which is valid at a time. In this example, AF11 is used. It is the same case with the AF2, AF3, and AF4.

  2. OptiX OSN 500/550 see Changing the Ports in a DS Domain, OptiX OSN 580 see Changing the Ports Applied to a DS Domain and Their Trusted Packet Types, and change the ports that are applied to the DS domain and their trusted packet types.

    NOTE:

    The actual ports that are applied to the default DS domain and their trusted packet types comply with the network planning information. Therefore, you can skip this step.

    Parameter Value
    NE NE21

    NE22

    NE23

    NE24

    Selected Port

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    4-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    3-EM6T-3

    Packet Type CVLAN

  3. OptiX OSN 500/550 see Creating a Port Policy, OptiX OSN 580 see Creating a Port Policy, and create the port policy.

    The values for the related parameters of each NE are provided as follows.

    Parameter Value
    Policy ID 1
    Policy Name Port_Comm
    Grooming Police After Reloading

    SP (CS7, CS6, and EF)

    WRR (AF4 to AF1)

    SP (BE)

    Policy Weight(%)

    5 (AF4)

    60 (AF3)

    30 (AF2)

    5 (AF1)

    Bandwidth Limit Disabled (for all PHB service classes)

  4. OptiX OSN 500/550 see Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy, OptiX OSN 580 see Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy, and set the ports that use the port policy.

    Parameter Port_Comm (Policy ID=1)
    NE NE21

    NE22

    NE23

    NE24

    Port

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    4-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    3-EM6T-3

Configuration Process (Verifying Ethernet Service Configurations)

This section describes the process for verifying Ethernet service configurations.

Procedure

  1. See Creating an MD and create the MDs.

    The values for the required parameters are provided as follows.

    Parameter Value
    NE NE21 NE22 NE23 NE24
    Maintenance Domain Name EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE
    Maintenance Domain Level 4 4 4 4

  2. See Creating an MA and create the MA.

    The values for the required parameters are provided as follows.

    Parameter Value
    NE NE21 NE22 NE23 NE24
    Maintenance Domain Name EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE
    Maintenance Association Name Dlan Dlan Dlan Dlan
    Relevant Service 1-Dlan 1-Dlan 1-Dlan 1-Dlan
    CC Test Transmit Period 1s 1s 1s 1s

  3. See Creating an MEP Point and create the MEPs.

    The values for the required parameters are provided as follows.

    Parameter Value
    NE NE21 NE22 NE23 NE24
    Maintenance Domain Name EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE
    Maintenance Association Name Dlan Dlan Dlan Dlan
    Board 3-EM6T 3-EM6T 3-EM6T 3-EM6T
    Port 3-EM6T-1 3-EM6T-3 3-EM6T-3 3-EM6T-3
    VLAN - - - -
    MEP ID 1 2 3 4
    Direction Ingress Ingress Ingress Ingress
    CC Status Active Active Active Active

  4. See Creating Remote MEPs in an MA and create the remote MEP points.

    Parameter Value
    NE NE21 NE22 NE23 NE24
    Maintenance Domain Name EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE
    Maintenance Association Name Dlan Dlan Dlan Dlan Dlan Dlan
    Remote Maintenance Point ID(e.g:1,3-6) 2 3 4 1 1 1

  5. Perform an LB test to verify Ethernet service configurations.

    • Perform the LB test by considering the MEP whose MEP ID is 1 as the source MEP and the MEP whose MEP ID is 2 as the sink MEP.
    • Perform the LB test by considering the MEP whose MEP ID is 1 as the source MEP and the MEP whose MEP ID is 3 as the sink MEP.
    • Perform the LB test by considering the MEP whose MEP ID is 1 as the source MEP and the MEP whose MEP ID is 4 as the sink MEP.


    There should be no packet lost during the LB tests.

Per-NE Configuration Process

This section describes the process for data configuration on a per-NE basis.

Configuration Process (Ethernet Ports)

This section describes the process for configuring Ethernet ports.

Procedure

  1. See Setting the General Attributes of Ethernet Interfaces and set the basic attributes of Ethernet ports.

    Parameter Value
    NE NE21

    NE22

    NE24

    NE23
    Port

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    4-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    3-EM6T-3

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    3-EM6T-3

    Enable Port Enabled
    Encapsulation Type Null
    Working Mode Auto-Negotiation
    Max Frame Length(bytes) 1620

  2. See Setting the Advanced Attributes of Ethernet Ports and set the advanced attributes of Ethernet ports.

    Parameter Value
    NE NE21

    NE22

    NE24

    NE23
    Port

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    4-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    3-EM6T-3

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    3-EM6T-3

    Loopback Check Enabled
    Broadcast Packet Suppression Enabled
    Broadcast Packet Suppression Threshold 30

Configuration Process (Service Information)

This section describes the process for configuring service information.

Procedure

  1. See Configuring IEEE 802.1d Bridge-Based E-LAN Services and configure the E-LAN services.

    • Parameters of NE21

      The values for the related parameters that need to be set in the main interface are provided as follows.

      Parameter Value
      Service ID 1
      Service Name Dlan
      Tag Type Tag-Transparent
      Self-Learning MAC Address Enabled

      The values for the related parameters that need to be set in the UNI tab page are provided as follows.

      Port SVLAN VLANs/CVLAN
      3-EM6T-1 - Blank
      3-EM6T-2 - Blank
      4-EM6T-1 - Blank
    • Parameters of NE22 and NE24

      The values for the related parameters that need to be set in the main interface are provided as follows.

      Parameter Value
      Service ID 1
      Service Name Dlan
      Tag Type Tag-Transparent
      Self-Learning MAC Address Enabled

      The values for the related parameters that need to be set in the UNI tab page are provided as follows.

      Port SVLAN VLANs/CVLAN
      3-EM6T-1 - Blank
      3-EM6T-2 - Blank
      3-EM6T-3 - Blank
    • Parameters of NE23

      The values for the related parameters that need to be set in the main interface are provided as follows.

      Parameter Value
      Service ID 1
      Service Name Dlan
      Tag Type Tag-Transparent
      Self-Learning MAC Address Enabled

      The values for the related parameters that need to be set in the UNI tab page are provided as follows.

      Port SVLAN VLANs/CVLAN
      3-EM6T-1 - Blank
      3-EM6T-2 - Blank
      3-EM6T-3 - Blank

Configuration Process (QoS)

This section describes the procedures for configuring QoS.

Procedure

  1. OptiX OSN 500/550 see Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain, OptiX OSN 580 see Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain, and change the mapping relationships for the DS domain.

    NOTE:

    The actual mapping relationships for the default DS domain comply with the network planning information. Therefore, you can skip this step.

    The values for the related parameters that need to be set in the main interface are provided as follows.

    Parameter Value
    Mapping Relation ID 2
    Mapping Relation Name Default Map 2

    The values for the related parameters that need to be set in the Ingress Mapping Relation tab page are provided as follows.

    CVLAN SVLAN IP DSCP MPLS EXP PHB
    0 Default value Default value Default value BE
    1 AF11
    2 AF21
    3 AF31
    4 AF41
    5 EF
    6 CS6
    7 CS7

    The values for the related parameters that need to be set in the Egress Mapping Relation tab page are provided as follows.

    PHB CVLAN SVLAN IP DSCP MPLS EXP
    BE 0 Default value Default value Default value
    AF11 1
    AF21 2
    AF31 3
    AF41 4
    EF 5
    CS6 6
    CS7 7
    NOTE:

    AF1 is classified into three sub service classes, namely, AF11, AF12, and AF13, only one of which is valid at a time. In this example, AF11 is used. It is the same case with the AF2, AF3, and AF4.

  2. OptiX OSN 500/550 see Changing the Ports in a DS Domain, OptiX OSN 580 see Changing the Ports Applied to a DS Domain and Their Trusted Packet Types, and change the ports that are applied to the DS domain and their trusted packet types.

    NOTE:

    The actual ports that are applied to the default DS domain and their trusted packet types comply with the network planning information. Therefore, you can skip this step.

    Parameter Value
    NE NE21

    NE22

    NE23

    NE24

    Selected Port

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    4-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    3-EM6T-3

    Packet Type CVLAN

  3. OptiX OSN 500/550 see Creating a Port Policy, OptiX OSN 580 see Creating a Port Policy, and create the port policy.

    The values for the related parameters of each NE are provided as follows.

    Parameter Value
    Policy ID 1
    Policy Name Port_Comm
    Grooming Police After Reloading

    SP (CS7, CS6, and EF)

    WRR (AF4 to AF1)

    SP (BE)

    Policy Weight(%)

    5 (AF4)

    60 (AF3)

    30 (AF2)

    5 (AF1)

    Bandwidth Limit Disabled (for all PHB service classes)

  4. OptiX OSN 500/550 see Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy, OptiX OSN 580 see Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy, and set the ports that use the port policy.

    Parameter Port_Comm (Policy ID=1)
    NE NE21

    NE22

    NE23

    NE24

    Port

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    4-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-1

    3-EM6T-2

    3-EM6T-3

Verifying Ethernet Service Configurations

This section describes the process for verifying Ethernet service configurations.

Procedure

  1. See Creating an MD and create the MDs.

    The values for the required parameters are provided as follows.

    Parameter Value
    NE NE21 NE22 NE23 NE24
    Maintenance Domain Name EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE
    Maintenance Domain Level 4 4 4 4

  2. See Creating an MA and create the MA.

    The values for the required parameters are provided as follows.

    Parameter Value
    NE NE21 NE22 NE23 NE24
    Maintenance Domain Name EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE
    Maintenance Association Name Dlan Dlan Dlan Dlan
    Relevant Service 1-Dlan 1-Dlan 1-Dlan 1-Dlan
    CC Test Transmit Period 1s 1s 1s 1s

  3. See Creating an MEP Point and create the MEPs.

    The values for the required parameters are provided as follows.

    Parameter Value
    NE NE21 NE22 NE23 NE24
    Maintenance Domain Name EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE
    Maintenance Association Name Dlan Dlan Dlan Dlan
    Board 3-EM6T 3-EM6T 3-EM6T 3-EM6T
    Port 3-EM6T-1 3-EM6T-3 3-EM6T-3 3-EM6T-3
    VLAN - - - -
    MEP ID 1 2 3 4
    Direction Ingress Ingress Ingress Ingress
    CC Status Active Active Active Active

  4. See Creating Remote MEPs in an MA and create the remote MEP points.

    Parameter Value
    NE NE21 NE22 NE23 NE24
    Maintenance Domain Name EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE EdgeNE
    Maintenance Association Name Dlan Dlan Dlan Dlan Dlan Dlan
    Remote Maintenance Point ID(e.g:1,3-6) 2 3 4 1 1 1

  5. Perform an LB test to verify Ethernet service configurations.

    • Perform the LB test by considering the MEP whose MEP ID is 1 as the source MEP and the MEP whose MEP ID is 2 as the sink MEP.
    • Perform the LB test by considering the MEP whose MEP ID is 1 as the source MEP and the MEP whose MEP ID is 3 as the sink MEP.
    • Perform the LB test by considering the MEP whose MEP ID is 1 as the source MEP and the MEP whose MEP ID is 4 as the sink MEP.


    There should be no packet lost during the LB tests.
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