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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Flow of Configuring Ethernet Services

Flow of Configuring Ethernet Services

This topic describes the configuration processes related to Ethernet services. Before you configure Ethernet services according to the flow, you need to complete the basic configurations of the NEs according to the flow of creating a network.

Flow of Configuring EPL Services

The EPL services feature simplicity, transparent transmission, and dedicated bandwidth. The configuration flow differs depending on whether Ethernet transparent transmission boards or Ethernet switching boards are configured.

Ethernet transparent transmission boards or Ethernet switching boards can be used to configure EPL services. The Ethernet transparent transmission boards and Ethernet switching boards are provided in Table 2-152.

Figure 2-63  Flow of configuring EPL services

Table 2-154  Flow of configuring EPL services
Step Operation Remarks
1

Configuring External Ports on Ethernet Boards

Required

When an NE accesses Ethernet services through the external ports on the Ethernet board, you need to configure the attributes of the external ports so that the external ports can work with the data communication equipment on the client side, thus ensuring the normal accessing of the Ethernet services.

2

Configuring Internal Ports on Ethernet Boards

Required

When an NE transmits Ethernet services through the internal ports (that is, VCTRUNK ports) on the Ethernet board to the SDH side, you need to configure the attributes of the VCTRUNK ports so that the VCTRUNK ports can work with the Ethernet board on the opposite equipment. This ensures that the transmission of the Ethernet services in the SDH network is normal.

3

Creating EPL Services

  • If Ethernet transparent transmission boards are used, skip to Step 4. On Ethernet transparent transmission boards, the EPL service connections from the PORTs to the VCTRUNKs are considered to be created by default.
  • If Ethernet switching boards are used, the EPL service connections between the PORTs and the VCTRUNKs must be created.
4

Creating SDH Services

Required

This topic describes how to create the timeslot connections between the bound paths and the line board, thus ensuring that the Ethernet services are transmitted in specified timeslots over the transmission line.

5

Testing Ethernet Service Channels

Required

After the Ethernet services are created, test the service continuity.

6

Setting Network-Wide Performance Monitoring

Required

Enable the performance monitoring function for a specific NE. Then, you can obtain detailed performance records during the operation process of this NE. These records can be used for monitoring and analyzing the running status of this NE.

7 Backing Up the NE Data to the System Control Board

Required

Back up the NE database to ensure that the NE can be automatically recovered to normal operation after the SCC data is lost or after the equipment is powered off.

Flow of Configuring EVPL Services

In the case of EVPL services, services of different users share the bandwidth. Hence, the VLAN ID or other schemes need to be used for differentiating the services of different users. If the services of different users need to be configured with different quality levels, you need to adopt the corresponding QoS scheme.

The Ethernet switching boards are required for configuring EVPL services. The Ethernet switching boards that support EVPL services are provided in Table 2-152.

Figure 2-64  Flow of configuring EVPL services

Table 2-155  Flow of configuring EVPL services
Step Operation Remarks
1

Configuring External Ports on Ethernet Boards

Required

When an NE accesses Ethernet services through the external ports on the Ethernet board, you need to configure the attributes of the external ports so that the external ports can work with the data communication equipment on the client side, thus ensuring the normal accessing of the Ethernet services.

2

Configuring Internal Ports on Ethernet Boards

Required

When an NE transmits Ethernet services through the internal ports (that is, VCTRUNK ports) on the Ethernet board to the SDH side, you need to configure the attributes of the VCTRUNK ports so that the VCTRUNK ports can work with the Ethernet board on the opposite equipment. This ensures that the transmission of the Ethernet services in the SDH network is normal.

3

Creating EPL Services

Required

When an Ethernet switching board carries private line services, the relevant information of the private line services, such as the service source and service sink, must be specified.

4

Creating SDH Services

Required

This topic describes how to create the timeslot connections between the bound paths and the line board, thus ensuring that the Ethernet services are transmitted in specified timeslots over the transmission line.

5

Configuring QoS

Optional

The services of different users need to share the bandwidth. If the services of different users need to be configured with different quality levels, you need to adopt the corresponding QoS scheme.

6

Testing Ethernet Service Channels

Required

After the Ethernet services are created, test the service continuity.

7

Setting Network-Wide Performance Monitoring

Required

Enable the performance monitoring function for a specific NE. Then, you can obtain detailed performance records during the operation process of this NE. These records can be used for monitoring and analyzing the running status of this NE.

8 Backing Up the NE Data to the System Control Board

Required

Back up the NE database to ensure that the NE can be automatically recovered to normal operation after the SCC data is lost or after the equipment is powered off.

Flow of Configuring EPLAN Services

EPLAN services provide the customers with Layer 2 switching-based multipoint-connected LAN services.

The Ethernet switching boards are required for configuring EPLAN services. The Ethernet switching boards that support EPLAN services are provided in Table 2-152.

Figure 2-65  Flow of configuring EPLAN services

Table 2-156  Flow of configuring EPLAN services
Step Operation Remarks
1

Configuring External Ports on Ethernet Boards

Required

When an NE accesses Ethernet services through the external ports on the Ethernet board, you need to configure the attributes of the external ports so that the external ports can work with the data communication equipment on the client side, thus ensuring the normal accessing of the Ethernet services.

2

Configuring Internal Ports on Ethernet Boards

Required

When an NE transmits Ethernet services through the internal ports (that is, VCTRUNK ports) on the Ethernet board to the SDH side, you need to configure the attributes of the VCTRUNK ports so that the VCTRUNK ports can work with the Ethernet board on the opposite equipment. This ensures that the transmission of the Ethernet services in the SDH network is normal.

3

Creating Ethernet LAN Services

Required

When an Ethernet switching board carries LAN services, you need to create the bridge and set the attributes of the bridge and the port mounted to the bridge.

4

Modify Hub/Spoke attribute of mounted ports

Optional

In the case of Ethernet LAN services, you can modify the Hub/Spoke attribute between access nodes from the default value of Hub to Spoke, thus disabling the communication between the access nodes; however, the communication between the access nodes and the convergence node is not disabled.

5

Creating SDH Services

Required

This topic describes how to create the timeslot connections between the bound paths and the line board, thus ensuring that the Ethernet services are transmitted in specified timeslots over the transmission line.

6

Configuring the Layer 2 switching feature

  • Creating MAC Address Entries
  • Modifying Aging Time of MAC Addresses
  • Configuring the Spanning Tree

Optional

  • You can manually specify the port for forwarding the MAC frames to create the VLAN unicast entries and you can suppress the forwarding of certain MAC frames to create the MAC address disabled entries. The manually created MAC entries are not affected by the aging time.
  • The aging time of the dynamic MAC address entries of an Ethernet switching board is five minutes by default. You can modify the aging time according to the actual requirements.
  • There may be loops in the network topology of Ethernet services. Hence, the STP/RSTP protocol is enabled to prevent packets from being proliferated and endlessly cycled in the loop network.
7

Testing Ethernet Service Channels

Required

After the Ethernet services are created, test the service continuity.

8

Setting Network-Wide Performance Monitoring

Required

Enable the performance monitoring function for a specific NE. Then, you can obtain detailed performance records during the operation process of this NE. These records can be used for monitoring and analyzing the running status of this NE.

9 Backing Up the NE Data to the System Control Board

Required

Back up the NE database to ensure that the NE can be automatically recovered to normal operation after the SCC data is lost or after the equipment is powered off.

Flow of Configuring EVPLAN Services

EVPLAN services of different users need to share the bandwidth. Hence, the VLAN ID or other schemes need to be used for differentiating the services of different users. If the services of different users need to be configured with different quality levels, you need to adopt the corresponding QoS scheme.

The Ethernet switching boards are required for configuring EVPLAN services. The Ethernet switching boards that support EVPLAN services are provided in Table 2-152.

Figure 2-66  Flow of configuring EVPLAN services

Table 2-157  Flow of configuring EVPLAN services
Step Operation Remarks
1

Configuring External Ports on Ethernet Boards

Required

When an NE accesses Ethernet services through the external ports on the Ethernet board, you need to configure the attributes of the external ports so that the external ports can work with the data communication equipment on the client side, thus ensuring the normal accessing of the Ethernet services.

2

Configuring Internal Ports on Ethernet Boards

Required

When an NE transmits Ethernet services through the internal ports (that is, VCTRUNK ports) on the Ethernet board to the SDH side, you need to configure the attributes of the VCTRUNK ports so that the VCTRUNK ports can work with the Ethernet board on the opposite equipment. This ensures that the transmission of the Ethernet services in the SDH network is normal.

3

Creating Ethernet LAN Services

Required

When an Ethernet switching board carries LAN services, you need to create the bridge and set the attributes of the bridge and the port mounted to the bridge.

4

Creating VLANs Filtering

Required

In the case of Ethernet LAN services, when the type of the bridge is IEEE 802.1q or IEEE 802.1ad, the VLAN filtering table needs to be created for the bridge if VLANs are used to isolate the data of different users.

5

Modify Hub/Spoke attribute of mounted ports

Optional

In the case of Ethernet LAN services, you can modify the Hub/Spoke attribute between access nodes from the default value of Hub to Spoke, thus disabling the communication between the access nodes; however, the communication between the access nodes and the convergence node is not disabled.

6

Creating SDH Services

Required

This topic describes how to create the timeslot connections between the bound paths and the line board, thus ensuring that the Ethernet services are transmitted in specified timeslots over the transmission line.

7

Configuring the Layer 2 switching feature

  • Creating MAC Address Entries
  • Modifying Aging Time of MAC Addresses
  • Configuring the Spanning Tree

Optional

  • You can manually specify the port for forwarding the MAC frames to create the VLAN unicast entries and you can suppress the forwarding of certain MAC frames to create the MAC address disabled entries. The manually created MAC entries are not affected by the aging time.
  • The aging time of the dynamic MAC address entries of an Ethernet switching board is five minutes by default. You can modify the aging time according to the actual requirements.
  • There may be loops in the network topology of Ethernet services. Hence, the STP/RSTP protocol is enabled to prevent packets from being proliferated and endlessly cycled in the loop network.
  • When a multicast router is located on the network, the IEEE 802.1q or IEEE 802.1ad bridge can enable the IGMP Snooping protocol to work with the router, thus implementing the multicast function.
8

Configuring QoS

Optional

The services of different users need to share the bandwidth. If the services of different users need to be configured with different quality levels, you need to adopt the corresponding QoS scheme.

9

Testing Ethernet Service Channels

Required

After the Ethernet services are created, test the service continuity.

10

Setting Network-Wide Performance Monitoring

Required

Enable the performance monitoring function for a specific NE. Then, you can obtain detailed performance records during the operation process of this NE. These records can be used for monitoring and analyzing the running status of this NE.

11 Backing Up the NE Data to the System Control Board

Required

Back up the NE database to ensure that the NE can be automatically recovered to normal operation after the SCC data is lost or after the equipment is powered off.

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