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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Configuration Example: Composite Service Consisting of E-Line and E-LAN Services

Configuration Example: Composite Service Consisting of E-Line and E-LAN Services

This section describes the networking of and configuration method for a composite service consisting of E-Line and E-LAN services.

Networking Diagram

The networking diagram shows the requirements for a composite service consisting of E-Line and E-LAN services.

On the network shown in Figure 3-43, services with the same VLAN ID from User A1 and User A2 are received/transmitted by different ports on NE1. NE1 transmits the services to NE4, which then aggregates them and transmits them to User A3.

  • Services from User A1 are received/transmitted by the 4-EM6F-3 port on NE1; services from User A2 are received/transmitted by the 4-EM6F-4 port on NE1; services from User A3 are received/transmitted by the 4-EM6F-3 port on NE4.
  • Services between User A1 and User A3 are data services, of which the VLAN ID is 100, CIR is 30 Mbit/s, and PIR is 50 Mbit/s.
  • Services between User A2 and User A3 are data services, of which the VLAN ID is 100, CIR is 30 Mbit/s, and PIR is 50 Mbit/s.
  • Services between User A1/User A2 and User A3 are carried by PWs. E-Line services are configured on NE1, and E-LAN services are configured on NE4.
  • Services between User A1/User A2 and User A3 are protected by tunnel APS.
    • The working path is NE1-NE2-NE4.
    • The protection path is NE1-NE3-NE4.
Figure 3-43  Networking of a composite service consisting of E-Line and 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.
  • On a live data network, an Ethernet service is added to the source NE, passed through the transit NEs, and dropped from the sink NE. Follow instructions in Configuring Transit NEs for Ethernet Services Carried by PWs to configure transit NEs for the Ethernet services carried by PWs.
NOTE:

The method for configuring services from User A2 to User A3 is the same as that for configuring services from User A1 to User A3. When planning and configuring services from User A2 to User A3, follow instructions in sections that describe how to plan and configure services from User A1 to User A3.

NE IP Address IP Mask LSR ID
NE1 4-EM6F-1 18.1.1.1 255.255.255.252 130.0.0.1
4-EM6F-2 18.1.2.1 255.255.255.252
NE2 4-EM6F-1 18.1.1.2 255.255.255.252 130.0.0.2
4-EM6F-2 18.1.1.5 255.255.255.252
NE3 4-EM6F-1 18.1.2.2 255.255.255.252 130.0.0.3
4-EM6F-2 18.1.2.5 255.255.255.252
NE4 4-EM6F-1 18.1.1.6 255.255.255.252 130.0.0.4
4-EM6F-2 18.1.2.6 255.255.255.252
NOTE:
  • The IP addresses of Ethernet ports on an NE must not be on the same network segment.
  • The IP addresses of ports at both ends of a tunnel must be on the same network segment.

Service Planning

The engineering information for configuring a composite service consisting of E-Line and E-LAN services includes information for configuring: tunnels that carry PWs, UNI-NNI E-Line services carried by PWs, E-LAN services carried by PWs, and points that connect E-Line and E-LAN services to form a composite service.

You need to plan a tunnel for carrying PWs according to the service plan. When planning a composite service consisting of E-Line and E-LAN services:
Table 3-226  Basic attributes of a tunnel
Parameter Parameter Planning
Tunnel Name

Auto-Assign

NOTE:
The rule of auto-assigned Tunnel Name: Source NE-Sink NE-SignalType-ServiceID-0000000x
Protection Tunnel Name

Auto-Assign

NOTE:
The rule of auto-assigned Protection Tunnel Name: Source NE-Sink NE-SignalType-ServiceID-0000000x_PRT
Protocol Type MPLS
Signaling Type Static CR
Service Direction Bidirectional
Protection Type 1:1
Protection Group Name

Auto-Assign

NOTE:
The rule of auto-assigned ProtectionSource NE-Sink NE-PG-0000000x
Switching ModeSingle Single-Ended switching
Table 3-227  Planning information of the tunnels
Tunnel Tunnel ID Node Node Type In Interface In Label Reverse In Label Out Interface Out Label Reverse Out Label Next Hop Reverse Next Hop Source Node Sink Node
Working Tunnel Auto-Assign NE1 Ingress - - 102 4-EM6F-1 100 - 18.1.1.2 - - 130.0.0.4
NE2 Transit 4-EM6F-1 100 103 4-EM6F-2 101 102 18.1.1.6 18.1.1.1 130.0.0.1 130.0.0.4
NE4 Egress 4-EM6F-1 101 - - - 103 - 18.1.1.5 130.0.0.1 -
Protection Tunnel Auto-Assign NE1 Ingress - - 202 4-EM6F-2 200 - 18.1.2.2 - - 130.0.0.4
NE3 Transit 4-EM6F-1 200 203 4-EM6F-2 201 202 18.1.2.6 18.1.2.1 130.0.0.1 130.0.0.4
NE4 Egress 4-EM6F-2 201 - - - 203 - 18.1.2.5 130.0.0.1 -
Table 3-228  Parameter planning for MPLS tunnel OAM
Parameter Parameter Planning
OAM Status Enable Sending and Receiving Enable Sending and Receiving
Detection Mode Manual Manual
Detection Packet Type FFD
NOTE:
Detection Packet Period can be set only when Detection Packet Type is FFD.
FFD
Detection Packet Period (ms) 3.3
NOTE:
Generally, the OAM packet is reported after three periods. When Detection Packet Period (ms) is set to 3.3, the switching time can meet the requirement (less than 50 ms) after a fault occurs.
3.3
Table 3-229  Parameter planning for MPLS tunnel APS
Parameter Parameter Planning
Protocol Status Enabled
Revertive Mode Revertive
WTR Time(min) 5
Hold-off Time(100ms) 0
NOTE:
Services are not protected with multiple protection schemes. Therefore, the setting of Hold-off Time(100ms) is unnecessary.
Table 3-230  E-Line service parameters

Parameter

Parameter Planning

Service Type

ETH

Service ID

1

Service Name

pwe3_NE1

Protection Type

Protection-Free

Node List

Source

NE1: 4-EM6F-3

VLAN ID

100

Unterminated > Sink

130.0.0.4

PW

PW ID

35

Signaling Type

Static

Forward Type

Static Binding

Forward Tunnel

NE1_NE4_working

Forward Label

20

Reverse Label

20

Encapsulation Type

MPLS

PW QoS

Bandwidth Limited

Enabled

CIR (kbit/s)

30000

PIR (kbit/s)

50000

Advanced attributes for PWs

PW Type

Ethernet

Other parameters

Default values

Table 3-231  E-LAN service parameters

Parameter

Parameter Planning

Service Name

vpls

Signaling Type

LDP/Static

Networking Mode

Full-Mesh VPLS

Service Type

Service VPLS

VSI Name

vsi1

VSI ID

50

NPE

NE4

VSI Configuration

MTU

1500

Tag Type

C-Aware

MAC Address Learning

Enable

Learning Mode

Quality (IVL)

Enable BPDU Transparent Transmission

Not Transparently Transmitted

PW Configuration

Unterminated PW

Set parameters as follows:

  • Source NE: NE4
  • Sink NE: NE1
  • PW ID: 35
  • Signaling Type: Static
  • Incoming Label: 20
  • Outgoing Label: 20
  • Tunnel: NE1_NE4_working
  • PW Type: Ethernet
  • Bandwidth Limit: Enable
  • CIR (kbit/s): 30000
  • PIR (kbit/s): 50000
Service port configuration

NE

NE4

Interface

4-EM6F-4

VLAN

100

Other parameters

Default values

Table 3-232  Composite service parameters

Parameter

Parameter Planning

Service Name

PWE3+VPLS

Creation Type

Customize

Service Component

Select service components as follows:

  • PWE3: pwe3_NE1
  • VPLS: vpls

PW Connection Point

Set parameters as follows:

  • Name: connection1
  • PW1
    • PW ID: 35
    • Equipment Name: NE1
    • Service Name: pwe3_NE1
    • Service Type: PWE3
  • PW2
    • PW ID: 35
    • Equipment Name: NE4
    • Service Name: vpls
    • Service Type: VPLS

Configuration Process

This section describes how to configure a composite service consisting of E-Line and E-LAN services in end-to-end mode.

Prerequisites

  • You must be familiar with the networking requirements and service plan of the composite service.
  • You are an NM user with Administrators rights or higher.

Procedure

  1. Follow instructions in Configuring an MPLS Tunnel in an End-to-End Mode to configure a tunnel for carrying PWs.

    Table 3-233  Basic attributes of a tunnel
    Parameter Parameter Planning
    Tunnel Name

    Auto-Assign

    NOTE:
    The rule of auto-assigned Tunnel Name: Source NE-Sink NE-SignalType-ServiceID-0000000x
    Protection Tunnel Name

    Auto-Assign

    NOTE:
    The rule of auto-assigned Protection Tunnel Name: Source NE-Sink NE-SignalType-ServiceID-0000000x_PRT
    Protocol Type MPLS
    Signaling Type Static CR
    Service Direction Bidirectional
    Protection Type 1:1
    Protection Group Name

    Auto-Assign

    NOTE:
    The rule of auto-assigned ProtectionSource NE-Sink NE-PG-0000000x
    Switching ModeSingle Single-Ended switching
    Table 3-234  Planning information of the tunnels
    Tunnel Tunnel ID Node Node Type In Interface In Label Reverse In Label Out Interface Out Label Reverse Out Label Next Hop Reverse Next Hop Source Node Sink Node
    Working Tunnel Auto-Assign NE1 Ingress - - 102 4-EM6F-1 100 - 18.1.1.2 - - 130.0.0.4
    NE2 Transit 4-EM6F-1 100 103 4-EM6F-2 101 102 18.1.1.6 18.1.1.1 130.0.0.1 130.0.0.4
    NE4 Egress 4-EM6F-1 101 - - - 103 - 18.1.1.5 130.0.0.1 -
    Protection Tunnel Auto-Assign NE1 Ingress - - 202 4-EM6F-2 200 - 18.1.2.2 - - 130.0.0.4
    NE3 Transit 4-EM6F-1 200 203 4-EM6F-2 201 202 18.1.2.6 18.1.2.1 130.0.0.1 130.0.0.4
    NE4 Egress 4-EM6F-2 201 - - - 203 - 18.1.2.5 130.0.0.1 -

  2. Follow instructions in Configuring MPLS Tunnel OAM to configure MPLS tunnel OAM.

    Table 3-235  Parameter planning for MPLS tunnel OAM
    Parameter Parameter Planning
    OAM Status Enable Sending and Receiving Enable Sending and Receiving
    Detection Mode Manual Manual
    Detection Packet Type FFD
    NOTE:
    Detection Packet Period can be set only when Detection Packet Type is FFD.
    FFD
    Detection Packet Period (ms) 3.3
    NOTE:
    Generally, the OAM packet is reported after three periods. When Detection Packet Period (ms) is set to 3.3, the switching time can meet the requirement (less than 50 ms) after a fault occurs.
    3.3

  3. Follow instructions in Configuring Tunnel APS to configure MPLS tunnel APS.

    Table 3-236  Parameter planning for MPLS tunnel APS
    Parameter Parameter Planning
    Protocol Status Enabled
    Revertive Mode Revertive
    WTR Time(min) 5
    Hold-off Time(100ms) 0
    NOTE:
    Services are not protected with multiple protection schemes. Therefore, the setting of Hold-off Time(100ms) is unnecessary.

  4. Configure PW-carried E-Line services in end-to-end mode.

    On NE1, configure PW-carried E-Line services that are emulated using PWE3 and are transmitted to NE4.

    1. Choose Service > PWE3 Service > Create PWE3 Service from the main menu.
    2. Configure PW-carried E-Line service by reference to the following table, and click OK after setting the parameters. For details about the configuration process of PW-carried E-Line services, see Configuring E-Line Services Carried by PWs in End-to-End Mode.

      Table 3-237  E-Line service parameters

      Parameter

      Parameter Planning

      Service Type

      ETH

      Service ID

      1

      Service Name

      pwe3_NE1

      Protection Type

      Protection-Free

      Node List

      Source

      NE1: 4-EM6F-3

      VLAN ID

      100

      Unterminated > Sink

      130.0.0.4

      PW

      PW ID

      35

      Signaling Type

      Static

      Forward Type

      Static Binding

      Forward Tunnel

      NE1_NE4_working

      Forward Label

      20

      Reverse Label

      20

      Encapsulation Type

      MPLS

      PW QoS

      Bandwidth Limited

      Enabled

      CIR (kbit/s)

      30000

      PIR (kbit/s)

      50000

      Advanced attributes for PWs

      PW Type

      Ethernet

      Other parameters

      Default values

  5. Configure PW-carried E-Line services in end-to-end mode.

    Configure PW-carried E-Line services on NE4.

    1. Choose Service > VPLS Service > Create VPLS Service from the main menu.
    2. Configure PW-carried E-Line service by reference to the following table, and click OK. For details about the configuration process of PW-carried E-Line services, see Configuring E-LAN Services Carried by PWs in End-to-End Mode.

      Table 3-238  E-LAN service parameters

      Parameter

      Parameter Planning

      Service Name

      vpls

      Signaling Type

      LDP/Static

      Networking Mode

      Full-Mesh VPLS

      Service Type

      Service VPLS

      VSI Name

      vsi1

      VSI ID

      50

      NPE

      NE4

      VSI Configuration

      MTU

      1500

      Tag Type

      C-Aware

      MAC Address Learning

      Enable

      Learning Mode

      Quality (IVL)

      Enable BPDU Transparent Transmission

      Not Transparently Transmitted

      PW Configuration

      Unterminated PW

      Set parameters as follows:

      • Source NE: NE4
      • Sink NE: NE1
      • PW ID: 35
      • Signaling Type: Static
      • Incoming Label: 20
      • Outgoing Label: 20
      • Tunnel: NE1_NE4_working
      • PW Type: Ethernet
      • Bandwidth Limit: Enable
      • CIR (kbit/s): 30000
      • PIR (kbit/s): 50000
      Service port configuration

      NE

      NE4

      Interface

      4-EM6F-4

      VLAN

      100

      Other parameters

      Default values

  6. Configure a composite service.
    1. Choose Service > Composite Service > Create Composite Service from the main menu.
    2. Configure basic information for the composite service.

      • Service Name: PWE3+VPLS
      • Creation Type: Customize

    3. Select the created service components from Service Component.

      • Choose Select > VPLS, and select the created service named vpls.
      • Choose Select > PWE3, and select the created service named pwe3_NE1.

    4. In the Connection Point area, choose Create > PW and configure the connection point.

      • Name: connection1
      • PW1
        • PW ID: 35
        • Equipment Name: NE1
        • Service Name: pwe3_NE1
        • Service Type: PWE3
      • PW2
        • PW ID: 35
        • Equipment Name: NE4
        • Service Name: vpls
        • Service Type: VPLS

    5. Click OK.
Related Task

Follow instructions in Verifying the Composite Service Consisting of E-Line and E-LAN Services to check whether the composite service is configured correctly.

Verifying the Composite Service Consisting of E-Line and E-LAN Services

You can check whether packet loss has occurred in an Ethernet packet service by looping back the service at one end and testing packet loss with a SmartBits at the other end.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Administrators rights or higher.
  • Ethernet services have been configured. For details on how to configure Ethernet services, see Configuring ETH PWE3 Services in the Configuration Guide (Packet Transport Domain).
Tools, Equipment, and Materials
  • Data network performance analyzer
  • U2000
Connection Diagram for the Test

Figure 3-44 shows a connection diagram for testing packet Ethernet services.

Figure 3-44  Connection diagram for testing packet Ethernet services

NOTE:
The connection diagram is only an example. In this example, a MAC-layer inloop is performed on an Ethernet port on NE1, and the SmartBits is connected to an Ethernet port on NE2. If required, you can connect the SmartBits to any Ethernet board on the source or sink NE of a packet Ethernet service.
Precautions
  • Keep irrelevant personnel away from the testing environment during a test.
  • Do not touch fibers, electrical wires, or cables unless necessary.

Procedure

  1. According to the test connection diagram, connect the SmartBits to the Ethernet port on NE2.
  2. Log in to the U2000. Follow instructions in Enabling NE Performance Monitoring to enable 15-minute and 24-hour performance monitoring for NE1 and NE2.

    NOTE:
    Performance monitoring needs to be enabled in case that a fault detected in the test can be located.

  3. Log in to the U2000 and set a MAC-layer inloop for the Ethernet port on NE1.
    1. In the Workbench view, double-click Main Topology to display the main topology.
    2. Right-click the NE to be looped back on the Main Topology of the U2000, and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.
    3. Select the Ethernet board to be looped back, and choose Configuration > Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree.
    4. Select Advanced Attributes.
    5. In the list, select an Ethernet interface, and then double-click PHY Loopback or MAC Loopback to select a loopback mode.
    6. Click Query. After the Prompt dialog box is displayed, click OK.
    7. After the Operation Result dialog box is displayed, click Close.
  4. Use the SmartBits to perform tests on packet receiving and transmission.

    NOTE:
    • Packets with all 0s are regarded as special packets. Therefore, do not use packets of all 0s for testing transmitted and received packets.
    • When the SmartBits transmits and receives packets for the first time, packet loss occurs due to MAC address learning. Therefore, it is normal that the number of transmitted packets is different from the number of received packets.
    • In the tests after the first time, if the number of transmitted packets is the same as the number of received packets, the cross-domain service channels are normal.
    • If packet loss occurs during the tests, troubleshoot the fault and then perform 24-hour tests until the channels pass the tests.

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