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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Configuring E-Line Services

Configuring E-Line Services

This topic describes how to configure E-Line services, including UNI-UNI E-Line services, E-Line services carried by ports, E-Line services carried by PWs, and E-Line services carried by QinQ links.

Creating a QinQ Link

In the case of the QinQ link, a layer of VLAN tag is added to the packets that are accessed over a port, through QinQ encapsulation. Hence, the packets from different VLANs on the user-side network can be encapsulated and then transmitted to the same VLAN on the transport network. In this manner, the VLAN resources on the transport network are saved. The E-Line service can be carried by the QinQ links on the network side.

Prerequisites

You are an NM user with Administrators rights or higher.

The Layer 2 attributes of the port on the QinQ link must be set and the encapsulation mode must be the QinQ mode.

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select the NE and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Ethernet Service Management > QinQ Link from the Function Tree.
  2. Click New. Then, the New QinQ Link window is displayed.
  3. Click the Basic Attributes tab. Set QinQ Link ID, Board, Port and S-Vlan ID.
  4. Click OK.

Creating a VLAN Forwarding Table Item

After the corresponding VLAN forwarding table item is created, the VLAN IDs of the service packets can be switched at the source or sink end of the E-Line service.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
  • The corresponding Ethernet board must be added to NE Panel.
  • The UNI-UNI E-Line service must be created.
Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000

Procedure

  1. Select the NE from the Object Tree in the NE Explorer. Choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Ethernet Service Management > E-Line Service from the Function Tree.
  2. Select the E-Line service whose VLAN forwarding table entries need to be configured.
  3. Click the VLAN Forwarding Table Item tab.
  4. Click New.
  5. Set the attributes of the new VLAN forwarding table item.
  6. Click OK. Then, close the dialog box that is displayed.

Configuring UNI-UNI E-Line Services

This topic describes how to create an E-Line service that is transparently transmitted end to end or is transmitted based on VLANs.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
  • The Ethernet board must be added on the NE Panel.
  • The parameter Port Mode is set to Layer 2 for the UNI port that carries the E-Line service.
  • If a port needs to be occupied exclusively, you need to disable the DCN function of the port. For details, see Configuring the DCN Function for a Port.
Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000

Procedure

  1. Select the NE from the Object Tree in the NE Explorer. Choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Ethernet Service Management > E-Line Service from the Function Tree.
  2. Click New.
    The New E-Line Service dialog box is displayed.
  3. Set Direction to UNI-UNI.
  4. Configure the attributes of the E-Line service.



  5. Click OK. Then, close the dialog box that is displayed.

Configuring NNI-NNI E-Line Services

This topic describes how to configure S-VLAN-based E-Line services.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
  • Ethernet boards have been added on the NE Panel.
  • For ports that carry services, Port Mode has been set to Layer 2 and Encapsulation Type has been set to QinQ.
Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000

Procedure

  1. Select the NE from the Object Tree in the NE Explorer. Choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Ethernet Service Management > E-Line Service from the Function Tree.
  2. Click New.
    The New E-Line Service dialog box is displayed.
  3. Set Direction to NNI-NNI.
  4. Set relevant attributes of the E-Line service.



  5. Click OK. Then, close the dialog box that is displayed.

Configuring E-Line Services Carried by PWs in End-to-End Mode

In the case of a UNI-NNI E-Line service carried by PWs, the user data is received by a UNI and is then sent to a PW over an NNI. In this manner, point-to-point transparent transmission of the user data is achieved. This topic describes how to configure the source node, sink node, and PW attributes of UNI-NNI E-Line services carried by PWs on a GUI of the NMS, therefore quickly completing the E-Line service configuration.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Administrators rights or higher.
  • The MPLS tunnel that carries the PWs must be configured.
  • If a port needs to be occupied exclusively, you need to disable the DCN function of the port. For details, see Configuring the DCN Function for a Port.

Procedure

  1. Choose Service > PWE3 Service > Create PWE3 Service from the Main Menu.
  2. Set the attributes. For details about the parameters, see Parameter Description: E-Line Services (End-to-End Mode).

    NOTE:
    • You can configure the E-Line service according to the service template. That is, you can select a template or create a service template in the Service Template field.
    • Set Service Type to ETH.
    • The Protection Type includes Protection-Free, PW APS Protection and PW FPS Protection. For rules of setting Protection Type, refer to descriptions about PW protection.

  3. Configure the source NE and sink NE of the PWE3 service.

    NOTE:

    The configuration method is the same for the sink NE and source NE. Therefore, only the example for configuring the source NE is provided as follows.

    1. Under Node List, click Configure Source and Sink. Then, a dialog box is displayed.
    2. Select a source NE from Physical Topology on the left. Select the service access port in the pane on the right and set the associated parameters.

      NOTE:
      • Priority Type is optional. It is set to 802.1P when packets are forwarded based on PORT+VLAN+VLAN PRI.
      • Priority Field is optional. It is set to any integer from 0 to 7 if packets need to be forwarded based on PORT+VLAN+VLAN PRI. 7 is the highest priority.
    3. After setting the parameters, click Add Node.

    4. Refer to Step b and Step c and configure the sink NE.
    5. Click OK.
    NOTE:
    • To configure the source and sink NEs of the PWE3 service, you can also double-click the source and sink NEs in Physical Topology and then set the SAI attributes in the dialog box that is displayed.
    • When PW-carried Ethernet services use the request VLAN function, the request VLAN tags added to the services must contain the same TPID so that the services can run properly.
    • When Service Tag and PW Type are set to Service and Ethernet Tagged Mode, respectively, the TPID of the port must be the same as that of the NE. Configure the TPID for the port first, and then for the NE.

  4. Optional: Under Node List, click Configure PW Switch Node to add the switching NE between the source and sink NE.
  5. Optional: Click Service Topology to check the configured service topology at upper right.
  6. Under PW, set the basic attributes of the PWs.

    NOTE:
    • Double-click the blank box under Forward Tunnel and Reverse Tunnel, click , and then select the tunnel that carries the PWs from the list.
    • The PW ID can be Auto-Assign.

  7. Click Detail and configure the advanced attributes for PW-carried E-Line services. For details about the parameters, see Parameter Description: E-Line Services (End-to-End Mode).
  8. Optional: Click the SAI QoS tab and set the QoS of the service access port.
  9. Optional: Click the PW QoS tab and set the QoS of the PW.
  10. Optional: Click the Advanced PW Attribute tab and set the parameters associated with the PW.

    NOTE:
    • Click Configure TP OAM(Y.1731) and configure MPLS-TP OAM parameters. Ensure that the OAM protocol version at the source and sink is Y.1731. Otherwise, the button will be grayed.
    • The Y.1731 mode indicates the ITU-T G.8113.1 compliant OAM mode.

  11. Click Service Parameter tab and set the service parameters of PW.
  12. Click Protection Parametertab and set the parameters of PW protection.

    NOTE:
    Only when the Protection Type is set to PW APS Protection or PW FPS Protection, theProtection Parameters can be configured.

  13. Optional: If alarms are automatically configured after the configuration of services, click ETH OAM CC so that the connectivity check can be continuous.

    NOTE:

    E-Line services carried by PWs based on neither VLAN priorities nor VLAN switching support ETH OAM CC tests.

  14. Click OK.

Configuring E-Line Services Carried by PWs on a Per-NE Basis

In the case of the UNI-NNI E-Line services carried by PWs, the user data is accessed from a UNI and is then sent to an NNI where the user data is carried by a PW. In this manner, the point-to-point transparent transmission of the user data is realized.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Administrators rights or higher.
  • The MPLS tunnel that carries the PWs must be configured.
  • If a port needs to be occupied exclusively, you need to disable the DCN function of the port. For details, see Configuring the DCN Function for a Port.

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select an NE and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Ethernet Service Management > E-Line Service from Function Tree.
  2. Click the UNI tab and click New. Then, the New E-Line Service dialog box is displayed.
  3. Set the parameters in the dialog box. For details, see E-Line Service Parameters.

    NOTE:
    • Set Direction to UNI-UNI.
    • Set Bearer Type to PW.
    • You can set several VLAN values in Source VLANs. Separate consecutive values with "-" and separate inconsecutive values with ",". For example, The VLAN values may be "1,3,5,8-10".
    • If the MPLS tunnel carrying the PWs is not configured with MPLS tunnel APS, you can set Protection Type to PW APS. In this case, you need to configure both the service PW and protection PW to implement PW APS protection.
    • PRI is optional. It is set to any integer from 0 to 7 when packets are forwarded based on PORT+VLAN+VLAN PRI. 7 is the highest priority.
    • Service Tag Role is set to User or Service.
      • User: C-VLAN/S-VLAN tags in user packets are used as user VLAN tags. When a packet leaves a PW, its user VLAN ID will not be changed.
      • Service: C-VLAN/S-VLAN tags in user packets are used as service VLAN tags. When a packet leaves a PW, its service VLAN ID will be changed to the VLAN ID configured for the services.
      • On the OptiX OSN 580 equipment, Service Tag Role must be set to User.

  4. Click Configure PW. Then, the Configure PW dialog box is displayed. In the dialog box, set the PW-related parameters.

    NOTE:
    • You can configure the protection PW only if Protection Type is set to PW APS.
    • When PW Type is Ethernet Tagged Mode or Ethernet:
    • Ethernet: C-VLAN/S-VLAN tags of packets are encapsulated into PWs without changes, and transparently transmitted to downstream sites.
    • Ethernet Tagged Mode: A VLAN tag specified by Request VLAN is added to packets.
    • Set other PW-related parameters according to the planning information.

  5. Click OK to close the Configure PW dialog box.
  6. Click OK. Then, the Confirm dialog box is displayed.
  7. Optional: Click the Maintenance Association tab and the MEP Point tab separately to set the OAM-related parameters.

    NOTE:

    Before setting the OAM-related parameters, you need to configure the MD first.

Creating UNI-NNI E-Line Services Carried by QinQ Links

In the case of the UNI-NNI E-Line services carried by the QinQ link, the user data is accessed from a UNI and is then sent to an NNI where the user data is carried by a QinQ link. Multiple VLANs on the user network are encapsulated in QinQ mode into one VLAN on the transport network. In this manner, the VLAN resources on the transport network are saved.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Administrators rights or higher.
  • The QinQ link must be created for the NNIs.
  • The services carried by the QinQ link do not support the creation of any maintenance point (MP).

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select an NE and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Ethernet Service Management > E-Line Service from the Function Tree.
  2. Click the UNI tab and then click New. Then, the New E-Line Service dialog box is displayed.
  3. Set the parameters in the dialog box. For details of the parameters, see E-Line Service Parameters.

    NOTE:
    • Set Direction to UNI-NNI.
    • Set Bearer Type to QinQ Link.
    • Select a created QinQ link in QinQ Link ID.

  4. Click OK. Then, the Operation Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation is successful. Click Close.

Creating E-Line Services over Native Ethernet in End-to-End Mode

This section describes how to create E-Line services over Native Ethernet in end-to-end mode.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NM user with Administrators rights or higher.
  • Port attributes have been correctly configured for each board on an NE.
  • Fibers or cables for Ethernet links between NEs are connected on the main topology.
  • Data is synchronized between the NE and the NMS.

Procedure

  1. Choose Service > Native Ethernet Service > Create E-Line Service from the Main Menu.
  2. Set basic attributes for the E-Line service.

    The rules for setting these parameters are as follows:
    • Service Name: This parameter is set according to the service plan or user convention.
    • BPDU Private Service: This parameter is set to No.
    • Customer: This parameter is set as required by a user.
    • Remarks: This parameter is set as required by a user.


  3. Configure the source and sink of the E-Line service.
    1. Double-click the source NE in the Physical Topology tab page.
      The Select Source dialog box is displayed.
    2. Select the source board and source port.
    3. See the following table to set C-VLAN and S-VLAN for the service source.

      Service Type C-VLAN S-VLAN
      Transparently transmitted point-to-point E-Line service - -
      VLAN-based E-Line service Set according to the service plan -
      QinQ-based E-Line service PORT-based service flow sourced from a UNI port - -
      PORT+C-VLAN-based service flow sourced from a UNI port Set according to the service plan -
      Service flow sourced from an NNI port - Set according to the service plan

    4. Click OK.
    5. Refer to 3 to configure the sink of the E-Line service.

  4. Select Deploy and ETH OAM CC.

    NOTE:

    After ETH OAM CC is selected, the U2000 automatically creates source and sink maintenance end points (MEPs) within the same maintenance association (MA), and activates a continuity check (CC).

  5. Click Calculate Route.
    The routes created are displayed in the Physical Topology tab page.
    NOTE:

    If the routes created are incorrect, perform 6 and click Calculate Route.

  6. Optional: Configure the explicit node for the E-Line service.
    1. Click Add.
      The Select NE dialog box is displayed.
    2. Select the NE in the left area and click .
    3. Click OK.
    4. Set Interface in the Explicit Node tab page.
  7. Optional: Under Node List, set C-VLANs and S-VLANs for each node based on the node type and service type.



    Table 3-311  Source NE
    Service Type Out C-VLAN Out S-VLAN
    Transparently transmitted point-to-point E-Line service Empty Empty
    VLAN-based E-Line service VLAN switching not performed on Out Interface Empty Empty
    VLAN switching performed on Out Interface Set according to the service plan Empty
    QinQ-based E-Line service PORT-based service flow with a UNI port Out Interface Empty Empty
    PORT+C-VLAN-based service flow with a UNI port Out Interface Set according to the service plan Empty
    Service flow with an NNI port Out Interface Empty Set according to the service plan
    Table 3-312  Sink NE
    Service Type In C-VLAN In S-VLAN
    Transparently transmitted point-to-point E-Line service Empty Empty
    VLAN-based E-Line service VLAN switching not performed on In Interface Empty Empty
    VLAN switching performed on In Interface Set according to the service plan Empty
    QinQ-based E-Line service PORT-based service flow with a UNI port In Interface Empty Empty
    PORT+C-VLAN-based service flow with a UNI port In Interface Set according to the service plan Empty
    Service flow with an NNI port In Interface Empty Set according to the service plan
    Table 3-313  Intermediate NE
    Service Type Out C-VLAN and In C-VLAN Out S-VLAN and In S-VLAN
    Transparently transmitted point-to-point E-Line service Empty Empty
    VLAN-based E-Line service VLAN switching not performed on Out Interface or In Interface Empty Empty
    VLAN switching performed on Out Interface and In Interface Set according to the service plan Empty
    QinQ-based E-Line service PORT-based service flow with UNI ports Out Interface and In Interface Empty Empty
    PORT+C-VLAN-based service flow with UNI ports Out Interface and In Interface Set according to the service plan Empty
    Service flow with NNI ports Out Interface and In Interface Empty Set according to the service plan

  8. Click OK.
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