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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Configuration Procedure

Configuration Procedure

The service configuration procedure differs according to the specific service type.

Configuration Procedure (Point-to-Point Transparently Transmitted E-Line Services)

This section describes how to perform parameter settings and other relevant operations as required in the procedures for configuring point-to-point transparently transmitted E-Line services.

Configuration Flow Chart

Figure 3-29 provides the procedures for configuring point-to-point transparently transmitted E-Line services.

Figure 3-29  Configuration flow chart (point-to-point transparently transmitted E-Line services)

The procedures in the configuration flow chart are described as follows.

Procedures for Configuring Ethernet Ports
Table 3-153  Procedures for configuring Ethernet ports
Operation Description
Setting the General Attributes of Ethernet Interfaces

Required. Set the parameters as follows:

  • In the case of used ports, set Enable Port to Enabled. In the case of unused ports, set Enable Port to Disabled.
  • Set Encapsulation Type to Null.
  • In the case of an Ethernet port that is connected to external equipment, set Working Mode to be the same value as the external equipment (the working mode of the external equipment is generally auto-negotiation). In the case of an Ethernet port within the network, set Working Mode to Auto-Negotiation.
  • When jumbo frames are transmitted, set Max Frame Length(byte) according to the actual length of the jumbo frames. Otherwise, it is recommended that you set Max Frame Length(byte) to 1620.
Configuring Flow Control

Required when the flow control function is enabled on the external equipment to which the Ethernet port is connected. Set the parameters as follows:

  • When the external equipment uses the non-auto-negotiation flow control function, set Non-Autonegotiation Flow Control Mode to Enable Symmetric Flow Control.
  • When the external equipment uses the auto-negotiation flow control function, set Negotiation Flow Control Mode to Enable Symmetric Flow Control.
Setting the Advanced Attributes of Ethernet Ports Optional.
Procedures for Configuring E-Line Services
Table 3-154  Procedures for configuring E-Line services
Operation Description
Configuring UNI-UNI E-Line Services

Required. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Direction to UNI-UNI.
  • Set Source Port and Sink Port according to the planning information.
  • Source VLANs and Sink VLANs remain null.
Creating a VLAN Forwarding Table Item

Required when the VLAN tags of the Ethernet service need to be swapped at the source and sink.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

NOTE:

The corresponding VLAN forwarding table entries need to be configured for the source port and sink port.

Procedures for Configuring QoS(OptiX OSN 500/550)
Table 3-155  Procedures for configuring QoS(OptiX OSN 500/550)
Operation Description
Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain

Required when the default mapping relationships for the DS domain do not meet the actual requirements.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Changing the Ports in a DS Domain

Required when the packet type trusted by a port is not the default trusted packet type (C-VLAN priority) applied to the DS domain.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a DS Domain

Required when multiple DS domains are to be created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Port Policy

Required when you need to apply QoS policies other than DS and port shaping for a specific port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Traffic Flow

Required when you need to perform the ACL, CoS, CAR, or shaping operation for a specific flow over the port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy

Required when the new port policy is created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuring Port Shaping

Required if you need to limit the egress bandwidth that an Ethernet service occupies.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Procedures for Configuring HQoS(OptiX OSN 580)
Table 3-156  Procedures for configuring HQoS(OptiX OSN 580)
Operation Description
Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain

Required when the default mapping relationships for the DS domain do not meet the actual requirements.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Changing the Ports Applied to a DS Domain and Their Trusted Packet Types

Required when the packet type trusted by a port is not the default trusted packet type (C-VLAN priority) applied to the DS domain.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a DS Domain

Required when multiple DS domains are to be created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Port Policy

Required when you need to apply QoS policies other than DS and port shaping for a specific port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Traffic Flow

Required when you need to perform the ACL, CoS, CAR, or shaping operation for a specific flow over the port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy

Required when the new port policy is created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuring Port Shaping

Required if you need to limit the egress bandwidth that an Ethernet service occupies.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuration Procedure (VLAN-Based E-Line Services)

This section describes the procedures for configuring the service information, port information, protection information, and QoS information of a VLAN-based E-Line service and the procedure for verifying the service configurations.

Configuration Flow Chart

Figure 3-30 provides the procedures for configuring VLAN-based E-Line services.

Figure 3-30  Configuration flow chart (VLAN-based E-Line services)

Procedures for Configuring Ethernet Ports
Table 3-157  Procedures for configuring Ethernet ports
Operation Description
Setting the General Attributes of Ethernet Interfaces

Required. Set the parameters as follows:

  • In the case of used ports, set Enable Port to Enabled. In the case of unused ports, set Enable Port to Disabled.
  • Set Encapsulation Type to 802.1Q.
  • In the case of the Ethernet port that is connected to the external equipment, set Working Mode to be the same value as the external equipment (generally, the working mode of the external equipment is auto-negotiation). In the case of the Ethernet ports within the network, set Working Mode to Auto-Negotiation.
  • When jumbo frames are transmitted, set Max Frame Length(byte) according to the actual length of the jumbo frames. Otherwise, it is recommended that you set Max Frame Length(byte) to 1620.
Configuring Flow Control

Required when the flow control function is enabled on the external equipment to which the Ethernet port is connected. Set the parameters as follows:

  • When the external equipment uses the non-auto-negotiation flow control function, set Non-Autonegotiation Flow Control Mode to Enable Symmetric Flow Control.
  • When the external equipment uses the auto-negotiation flow control function, set Negotiation Flow Control Mode to Enable Symmetric Flow Control.
Setting the Layer 2 Attributes of Ethernet Ports

Required. Set the parameters as follows:

  • If all the accessed services carry VLAN tags (tagged frames), set TAG to Tag Aware.
  • If none of the accessed services carries VLAN tags (untagged frames), set TAG to Access, and set Default VLAN ID and VLAN Priority according to the network planning information.
  • If the accessed services contain both tagged frames and untagged frames, set TAG to Hybrid, and set Default VLAN ID and VLAN Priority according to the network planning information.
Setting the Advanced Attributes of Ethernet Ports Optional.
Procedures for Configuring E-Line Services
Table 3-158  Procedures for configuring E-Line services
Operation Description
Configuring UNI-UNI E-Line Services

Required. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Direction to UNI-UNI.
  • Set Source Port and Sink Port according to the network planning information.
  • Set Source VLANs and Sink VLANs according to the network planning information. The two parameters should be set to the same value.
Creating a VLAN Forwarding Table Item

Required when the VLAN tags of the Ethernet service need to be switched at the source and sink.

The parameters need to be set according to the network planning information.

NOTE:

The corresponding VLAN forwarding table entries need to be configured for the source port and sink port.

Procedures for Configuring QoS(OptiX OSN 500/550)
Table 3-159  Procedures for configuring QoS(OptiX OSN 500/550)
Operation Description
Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain

Required when the default mapping relationships for the DS domain do not meet the actual requirements.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Changing the Ports in a DS Domain

Required when the packet type trusted by a port is not the default trusted packet type (C-VLAN priority) applied to the DS domain.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a DS Domain

Required when multiple DS domains are to be created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Port Policy

Required when you need to apply QoS policies other than DS and port shaping for a specific port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Traffic Flow

Required when you need to perform the ACL, CoS, CAR, or shaping operation for a specific flow over the port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy

Required when the new port policy is created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuring Port Shaping

Required if you need to limit the egress bandwidth that an Ethernet service occupies.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Procedures for Configuring HQoS(OptiX OSN 580)
Table 3-160  Procedures for configuring HQoS(OptiX OSN 580)
Operation Description
Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain

Required when the default mapping relationships for the DS domain do not meet the actual requirements.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Changing the Ports Applied to a DS Domain and Their Trusted Packet Types

Required when the packet type trusted by a port is not the default trusted packet type (C-VLAN priority) applied to the DS domain.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a DS Domain

Required when multiple DS domains are to be created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Port Policy

Required when you need to apply QoS policies other than DS and port shaping for a specific port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Traffic Flow

Required when you need to perform the ACL, CoS, CAR, or shaping operation for a specific flow over the port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy

Required when the new port policy is created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuring Port Shaping

Required if you need to limit the egress bandwidth that an Ethernet service occupies.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuration Procedure (QinQ-Based E-Line Services)

This section describes the procedures for configuring the service information, port information, protection information, and QoS information of a QinQ-based E-Line service and the procedure for verifying the service configurations.

Configuration Flow Chart

Figure 3-31 provides the procedures for configuring QinQ-based E-Line services.

Figure 3-31  Configuration flow chart (QinQ-based E-Line services)

Procedures for Configuring Ethernet Ports
Table 3-161  Procedures for configuring Ethernet ports
Operation Description
Setting the General Attributes of Ethernet Interfaces

Required. Set the parameters as follows:

  • In the case of used ports, set Enable Port to Enabled. In the case of unused ports, set Enable Port to Disabled.
  • When jumbo frames are transmitted, set Max Frame Length(byte) according to the actual length of the jumbo frames. Otherwise, it is recommended that you set Max Frame Length(byte) to 1620.
Configuring Flow Control

Required when the flow control function is enabled on the external equipment to which the Ethernet port is connected. Set the parameters as follows:

  • When the external equipment uses the non-auto-negotiation flow control function, set Non-Autonegotiation Flow Control Mode to Enable Symmetric Flow Control.
  • When the external equipment uses the auto-negotiation flow control function, set Auto-Negotiation Flow Control Mode to Enable Symmetric Flow Control.
Setting the Layer 2 Attributes of Ethernet Ports

Required.

In the case of an NNI that is connected to the external equipment, set QinQ Type Domain according to the T-PID of the S-VLAN that is supported by the external equipment. In the case of NNIs within the network, QinQ Type Domain takes the default value.

Setting the Advanced Attributes of Ethernet Ports Optional.
Procedures for Configuring E-Line Services
Table 3-162  Procedures for configuring E-Line services
Operation Description
Creating a QinQ Link

Required.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

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

Required.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Procedures for Configuring QoS(OptiX OSN 500/550)
Table 3-163  Procedures for configuring QoS(OptiX OSN 500/550)
Operation Description
Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain

Required when the default mapping relationships for the DS domain do not meet the actual requirements.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Changing the Ports in a DS Domain

Required when the packet type trusted by a port is not the default trusted packet type (C-VLAN priority) applied to the DS domain.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a DS Domain

Required when multiple DS domains are to be created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Port Policy

Required when you need to apply QoS policies other than DS and port shaping for a specific port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Traffic Flow

Required when you need to perform the ACL, CoS, CAR, or shaping operation for a specific flow over the port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy

Required when the new port policy is created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuring Port Shaping

Required if you need to limit the egress bandwidth that an Ethernet service occupies.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Procedures for Configuring HQoS(OptiX OSN 580)
Table 3-164  Procedures for configuring HQoS(OptiX OSN 580)
Operation Description
Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain

Required when the default mapping relationships for the DS domain do not meet the actual requirements.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Changing the Ports Applied to a DS Domain and Their Trusted Packet Types

Required when the packet type trusted by a port is not the default trusted packet type (C-VLAN priority) applied to the DS domain.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a DS Domain

Required when multiple DS domains are to be created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Port Policy

Required when you need to apply QoS policies other than DS and port shaping for a specific port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Traffic Flow

Required when you need to perform the ACL, CoS, CAR, or shaping operation for a specific flow over the port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy

Required when the new port policy is created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuring Port Shaping

Required if you need to limit the egress bandwidth that an Ethernet service occupies.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Procedures for Verifying Ethernet Service Configurations
Table 3-165  Procedures for verifying Ethernet service configurations
Operation Description
Creating an MD

Required in the case of the NEs where the two Ethernet ports involved in the service test are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Domain Name and Maintenance Domain Level to the same values for the two NEs.
  • In the test of an Ethernet service between two edge nodes on the transport network, it is recommended that Maintenance Domain Level takes the default value 4. In the test of an Ethernet service between two internal NEs on the transport network, set Maintenance Domain Level to a value smaller than 4. In the test of an Ethernet service between two Ethernet ports on the same NE, set Maintenance Domain Level to a value smaller than the value that is set in the test of an Ethernet service between two internal NEs on the transport network.
Creating an MA

Required in the case of the NEs where the two Ethernet ports involved in the service test are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Domain Name to the value of Maintenance Domain Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • Set Maintenance Association Name to the same value for the two NEs.
  • Set Relevant Service to the same service for the two NEs.
  • It is recommended that you set CC Test Transit Period to 1s.
Creating an MEP Point

Required in the case of the NEs where the two Ethernet ports involved in the service test are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Association Name to the value of Maintenance Association Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • Set Board and Port to the Ethernet ports that are involved in the service test.
  • Set MEP ID to different values for MEPs in the same MD.
  • If the OAM information initiated by the MEP travels through the packet switching unit on the local NE, set Direction of the MEP to Ingress. Otherwise, set Direction to Egress.
  • The MEP ID is used to identify the MEP during the CC test. Therefore, set CC Status to Active.
Creating Remote MEPs in an MA

Required in the case of the NE where the Ethernet ports involved in the OAM operation are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Domain Name to the value of Maintenance Domain Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • Set Maintenance Association Name to the value of Maintenance Association Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • To ensure that an MEP can respond to the OAM operations initiated by the other MEPs in the same MA, you need to set the other MEPs to be the remote MEPs of this MEP.
Perform an LB test to test the Ethernet service configurations

Required.

The LB test result should show that no packet loss occurs.

Configuration Procedure (IEEE 802.1d Bridge-Based E-LAN Services)

This section describes the procedures for configuring the service information, port information, protection information, and QoS information of an IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN service and the procedure for verifying the service configurations.

Configuration Flow Chart

Figure 3-32 provides the procedures for configuring IEEE 802.1d-bridge-based E-LAN services.

Figure 3-32  Configuration flow chart (IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN services)

The procedures in the configuration flow chart are described as follows.

Procedures for Configuring Ethernet Ports
Table 3-166  Procedures for configuring Ethernet ports
Operation Description
Setting the General Attributes of Ethernet Interfaces

Required. Set the parameters as follows:

  • In the case of used ports, set Enable Port to Enabled. In the case of unused ports, set Enable Port to Disabled.
  • Set Encapsulation Type to Null.
  • In the case of an Ethernet port that is connected to external equipment, set Working Mode to be the same value as the external equipment (generally, the working mode of the external equipment is auto-negotiation). In the case of an Ethernet port within the network, set Working Mode to Auto-Negotiation.
  • When jumbo frames are transmitted, set Max Frame Length(byte) according to the actual length of the jumbo frames. Otherwise, it is recommended that you set Max Frame Length(byte) to 1620.
Configuring Flow Control

For ports that carry E-LAN services, the flow control function is always disabled.

Setting the Advanced Attributes of Ethernet Ports

Required when you need to enable the port self-loop test and automatic loopback shutdown functions or to enable the broadcast packet suppression function.

Set Loopback Check, Loopback Port Shutdown, Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppression, and Broadcast Packet Suppression Threshold according to the actual requirements.

Procedures for Configuring E-LAN Services
Table 3-167  Procedures for configuring E-LAN services
Operation Description
Configuring IEEE 802.1d Bridge-Based E-LAN Services

Required. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Tag Type to Tag-Transparent.
  • Set Self-Learning MAC Address to Enabled according to the planning information.
  • In the UNI tab, set Port according to the planning information and set VLANs/CVLAN to Null.
  • To disable the packet forwarding between certain E-LAN service ports, add the ports to Split Horizon Group Member.
Managing the MAC address table Creating a Blacklist Entry of MAC Addresses

Required when usage of E-LAN services needs to be disabled on certain MAC address host.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Static MAC Address Entry

Required if you need to set certain MAC address entries not to age.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuring the Aging Parameters of a MAC Address Table

Required if the aging function needs to be disabled or if the default aging time (five minutes) needs to be changed.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Setting the Mode for Processing an Unknown Frame of the E-LAN Service Optional.
Procedures for Configuring QoS(OptiX OSN 500/550)
Table 3-168  Procedures for configuring QoS(OptiX OSN 500/550)
Operation Description
Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain

Required when the default mapping relationships for the DS domain do not meet the actual requirements.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Changing the Ports in a DS Domain

Required when the packet type trusted by a port is not the default trusted packet type (C-VLAN priority) applied to the DS domain.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a DS Domain

Required when multiple DS domains are to be created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Port Policy

Required when you need to apply QoS policies other than DS and port shaping for a specific port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Traffic Flow

Required when you need to perform the ACL, CoS, CAR, or shaping operation for a specific flow over the port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy

Required when the new port policy is created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuring Port Shaping

Required if you need to limit the egress bandwidth that an Ethernet service occupies.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Procedures for Configuring HQoS(OptiX OSN 580)
Table 3-169  Procedures for configuring HQoS(OptiX OSN 580)
Operation Description
Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain

Required when the default mapping relationships for the DS domain do not meet the actual requirements.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Changing the Ports Applied to a DS Domain and Their Trusted Packet Types

Required when the packet type trusted by a port is not the default trusted packet type (C-VLAN priority) applied to the DS domain.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a DS Domain

Required when multiple DS domains are to be created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Port Policy

Required when you need to apply QoS policies other than DS and port shaping for a specific port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Traffic Flow

Required when you need to perform the ACL, CoS, CAR, or shaping operation for a specific flow over the port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy

Required when the new port policy is created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuring Port Shaping

Required if you need to limit the egress bandwidth that an Ethernet service occupies.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Procedures for Verifying Ethernet Service Configurations
Table 3-170  Procedures for verifying Ethernet service configurations
Operation Description
Creating an MD

Required in the case of the NEs where the two Ethernet ports involved in the service test are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Domain Name and Maintenance Domain Level to the same values for the two NEs.
  • In the test of an Ethernet service between two edge nodes on the transport network, it is recommended that Maintenance Domain Level takes the default value 4. In the test of an Ethernet service between two internal NEs on the transport network, set Maintenance Domain Level to a value smaller than 4. In the test of an Ethernet service between two Ethernet ports on the same NE, set Maintenance Domain Level to a value smaller than the value that is set in the test of an Ethernet service between two internal NEs on the transport network.
Creating an MA

Required in the case of the NEs where the two Ethernet ports involved in the service test are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Domain Name to the value of Maintenance Domain Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • Set Maintenance Association Name to the same value for the two NEs.
  • Set Relevant Service to the same service for the two NEs.
  • It is recommended that you set CC Test Transit Period to 1s.
Creating an MEP Point

Required in the case of the NEs where the two Ethernet ports involved in the service test are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Association Name to the value of Maintenance Association Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • Set Board and Port to the Ethernet ports that are involved in the service test.
  • Set MEP ID to different values for MEPs in the same MD.
  • If the OAM information initiated by the MEP travels through the packet switching unit on the local NE, set Direction of the MEP to Ingress. Otherwise, set Direction to Egress.
  • The MEP ID is used to identify the MEP during the CC test. Therefore, set CC Status to Active.
Creating Remote MEPs in an MA

Required in the case of the NE where the Ethernet ports involved in the OAM operation are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Domain Name to the value of Maintenance Domain Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • Set Maintenance Association Name to the value of Maintenance Association Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • To ensure that an MEP can respond to the OAM operations initiated by the other MEPs in the same MA, you need to set the other MEPs to be the remote MEPs of this MEP.
Perform an LB test to test the Ethernet service configurations

Required.

The LB test result should show that no packet loss occurs.

Configuration Procedure (IEEE 802.1q Bridge-Based E-LAN Services)

This section describes the procedures for configuring the service information, port information, protection information, and QoS information of an IEEE 802.1q bridge-based E-LAN service and the procedure for verifying the service configurations.

Configuration Flow Chart

Figure 3-33 provides the procedures for configuring IEEE 802.1q bridge-based E-LAN services.

Figure 3-33  Configuration flow chart (IEEE 802.1q bridge-based E-LAN services)

The detailed information about the procedures in the flow chart is provided as follows.

Procedures for Configuring Ethernet Ports
Table 3-171  Procedures for configuring Ethernet ports
Operation Description
Setting the General Attributes of Ethernet Interfaces

Required. Set the parameters as follows:

  • In the case of used ports, set Enable Port to Enabled. In the case of unused ports, set Enable Port to Disabled.
  • Set Encapsulation Type to 802.1Q.
  • In the case of the Ethernet port that is connected to the external equipment, set Working Mode to be the same value as the external equipment (generally, the working mode of the external equipment is auto-negotiation). In the case of the Ethernet ports within the network, set Working Mode to Auto-Negotiation.
  • When jumbo frames are transmitted, set Max Frame Length(byte) according to the actual length of the jumbo frames. Otherwise, it is recommended that you set Max Frame Length(byte) to 1620.
Configuring Flow Control

For ports that carry E-LAN services, the flow control function is always disabled.

Setting the Layer 2 Attributes of Ethernet Ports

Required. Set the parameters as follows:

  • If all the accessed services carry VLAN tags (tagged frames), set TAG to Tag Aware.
  • If none of the accessed services carries VLAN tags (untagged frames), set TAG to Access, and set Default VLAN ID and VLAN Priority according to the network planning information.
  • If the accessed services contain tagged frames and untagged frames, set TAG to Hybrid, and set Default VLAN ID and VLAN Priority according to the network planning information.
Setting the Advanced Attributes of Ethernet Ports

Required when you need to enable the port self-loop test and automatic loopback shutdown functions or to enable the broadcast packet suppression function.

Set Loopback Check, Loopback Port Shutdown, Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppression, and Broadcast Packet Suppression Threshold according to the requirements.

Procedures for Configuring E-LAN Services
Table 3-172  Procedures for configuring E-LAN services
Operation Description
Configuring IEEE 802.1q Bridge-Based E-LAN Services

Required. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Tag Type to C-Aware.
  • Set Self-Learning MAC Address to Enabled according to the planning information.
  • In the UNI tab, set the parameters according to the planning information.
  • To disable the packet forwarding between certain E-LAN service ports, add the ports to Split Horizon Group Member.
Managing the MAC address table Creating a Blacklist Entry of MAC Addresses

Required when usage of E-LAN services needs to be disabled on certain MAC address host.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Static MAC Address Entry

Required if you need to set certain MAC address entries not to age.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuring the Aging Parameters of a MAC Address Table

Required if the aging function needs to be disabled or if the default aging time (five minutes) needs to be changed.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Setting the Mode for Processing an Unknown Frame of the E-LAN Service Optional.
Procedures for Configuring QoS(OptiX OSN 500/550)
Table 3-173  Procedures for configuring QoS(OptiX OSN 500/550)
Operation Description
Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain

Required when the default mapping relationships for the DS domain do not meet the actual requirements.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Changing the Ports in a DS Domain

Required when the packet type trusted by a port is not the default trusted packet type (C-VLAN priority) applied to the DS domain.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a DS Domain

Required when multiple DS domains are to be created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Port Policy

Required when you need to apply QoS policies other than DS and port shaping for a specific port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Traffic Flow

Required when you need to perform the ACL, CoS, CAR, or shaping operation for a specific flow over the port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy

Required when the new port policy is created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuring Port Shaping

Required if you need to limit the egress bandwidth that an Ethernet service occupies.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Procedures for Configuring HQoS(OptiX OSN 580)
Table 3-174  Procedures for configuring HQoS(OptiX OSN 580)
Operation Description
Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain

Required when the default mapping relationships for the DS domain do not meet the actual requirements.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Changing the Ports Applied to a DS Domain and Their Trusted Packet Types

Required when the packet type trusted by a port is not the default trusted packet type (C-VLAN priority) applied to the DS domain.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a DS Domain

Required when multiple DS domains are to be created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Port Policy

Required when you need to apply QoS policies other than DS and port shaping for a specific port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Traffic Flow

Required when you need to perform the ACL, CoS, CAR, or shaping operation for a specific flow over the port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy

Required when the new port policy is created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuring Port Shaping

Required if you need to limit the egress bandwidth that an Ethernet service occupies.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Procedures for Verifying Ethernet Service Configurations
Table 3-175  Procedures for verifying Ethernet service configurations
Operation Description
Creating an MD

Required in the case of the NEs where the two Ethernet ports involved in the service test are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Domain Name and Maintenance Domain Level to the same values for the two NEs.
  • In the test of an Ethernet service between two edge nodes on the transport network, it is recommended that Maintenance Domain Level takes the default value 4. In the test of an Ethernet service between two internal NEs on the transport network, set Maintenance Domain Level to a value smaller than 4. In the test of an Ethernet service between two Ethernet ports on the same NE, set Maintenance Domain Level to a value smaller than the value that is set in the test of an Ethernet service between two internal NEs on the transport network.
Creating an MA

Required in the case of the NEs where the two Ethernet ports involved in the service test are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Domain Name to the value of Maintenance Domain Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • Set Maintenance Association Name to the same value for the two NEs.
  • Set Relevant Service to the same service for the two NEs.
  • It is recommended that you set CC Test Transit Period to 1s.
Creating an MEP Point

Required in the case of the NEs where the two Ethernet ports involved in the service test are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Association Name to the value of Maintenance Association Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • Set Board and Port to the Ethernet ports that are involved in the service test.
  • Set MEP ID to different values for MEPs in the same MD.
  • If the OAM information initiated by the MEP travels through the packet switching unit on the local NE, set Direction of the MEP to Ingress. Otherwise, set Direction to Egress.
  • The MEP ID is used to identify the MEP during the CC test. Therefore, set CC Status to Active.
Creating Remote MEPs in an MA

Required in the case of the NE where the Ethernet ports involved in the OAM operation are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Domain Name to the value of Maintenance Domain Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • Set Maintenance Association Name to the value of Maintenance Association Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • To ensure that an MEP can respond to the OAM operations initiated by the other MEPs in the same MA, you need to set the other MEPs to be the remote MEPs of this MEP.
Perform an LB test to test the Ethernet service configurations

Required.

The LB test result should show that no packet loss occurs.

Configuration Procedure (IEEE 802.1ad Bridge-Based E-LAN Services)

This section describes the procedures for configuring the service information, port information, protection information, and QoS information of an IEEE 802.1ad bridge-based E-LAN service and the procedure for verifying the service configurations.

Configuration Flow Chart

Figure 3-34 provides the procedures for configuring IEEE 802.1ad bridge-based E-LAN services.

Figure 3-34  Configuration flow chart (IEEE 802.1ad bridge-based E-LAN services)

The detailed information about the procedures in the flow chart is provided as follows.

Procedures for Configuring Ethernet Ports
Table 3-176  Procedures for configuring Ethernet ports
Operation Description
Setting the General Attributes of Ethernet Interfaces

Required. Set the parameters as follows:

  • In the case of used ports, set Enable Port to Enabled. In the case of unused ports, set Enable Port to Disabled.
  • If a UNI can access untagged frames, set Encapsulation Type to Null. If a UNI can access tagged frames only, set Encapsulation Type to 802.1Q.
  • In the case of an NNI, set Encapsulation Type to QinQ.
  • In the case of the Ethernet port that is connected to the external equipment, set Working Mode to be the same value as the external equipment (generally, the working mode of the external equipment is auto-negotiation). In the case of the Ethernet ports within the network, set Working Mode to Auto-Negotiation.
  • When jumbo frames are transmitted, set Max Frame Length(byte) according to the actual length of the jumbo frames. Otherwise, it is recommended that you set Max Frame Length(byte) to 1620.
Configuring Flow Control

For ports that carry E-LAN services, the flow control function is always disabled.

Setting the Layer 2 Attributes of Ethernet Ports

Required. Set the parameters as follows:

  • In the case of a UNI, if Encapsulation Type is set to 802.1Q, set TAG to Tag Aware (default value).
  • In the case of an NNI that is connected to the external equipment, set QinQ Type Domain according to the T-PID of the SVLAN that is supported by the external equipment.
Setting the Advanced Attributes of Ethernet Ports

Required when you need to enable the port self-loop test and automatic loopback shutdown functions or to enable the broadcast packet suppression function.

Set Loopback Check, Loopback Port Shutdown, Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppression, and Broadcast Packet Suppression Threshold according to the requirements.

Procedures for Configuring E-LAN Services
Table 3-177  Procedures for configuring E-LAN services
Operation Description
Configuring IEEE 802.1ad Bridge-Based E-LAN Services

Required. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Tag Type to S-Aware.
  • Set Self-Learning MAC Address to Enabled according to the planning information.
  • In the UNI and NNI tab pages, set the parameters according to the planning information.
  • To disable the packet forwarding between certain E-LAN service ports, add the ports to Split Horizon Group Member.
Managing the MAC address table Creating a Blacklist Entry of MAC Addresses

Required when usage of E-LAN services needs to be disabled on certain MAC address host.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Static MAC Address Entry

Required if you need to set certain MAC address entries not to age.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuring the Aging Parameters of a MAC Address Table

Required if the aging function needs to be disabled or if the default aging time (five minutes) needs to be changed.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Setting the Mode for Processing an Unknown Frame of the E-LAN Service Optional.
Procedures for Configuring QoS(OptiX OSN 500/550)
Table 3-178  Procedures for configuring QoS(OptiX OSN 500/550)
Operation Description
Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain

Required when the default mapping relationships for the DS domain do not meet the actual requirements.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Changing the Ports in a DS Domain

Required when the packet type trusted by a port is not the default trusted packet type (C-VLAN priority) applied to the DS domain.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a DS Domain

Required when multiple DS domains are to be created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Port Policy

Required when you need to apply QoS policies other than DS and port shaping for a specific port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Traffic Flow

Required when you need to perform the ACL, CoS, CAR, or shaping operation for a specific flow over the port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy

Required when the new port policy is created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuring Port Shaping

Required if you need to limit the egress bandwidth that an Ethernet service occupies.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Procedures for Configuring HQoS(OptiX OSN 580)
Table 3-179  Procedures for configuring HQoS(OptiX OSN 580)
Operation Description
Modifying the Mapping Relationships for the DS Domain

Required when the default mapping relationships for the DS domain do not meet the actual requirements.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Changing the Ports Applied to a DS Domain and Their Trusted Packet Types

Required when the packet type trusted by a port is not the default trusted packet type (C-VLAN priority) applied to the DS domain.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a DS Domain

Required when multiple DS domains are to be created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Port Policy

Required when you need to apply QoS policies other than DS and port shaping for a specific port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Creating a Traffic Flow

Required when you need to perform the ACL, CoS, CAR, or shaping operation for a specific flow over the port.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Setting the Port That Uses the Port Policy

Required when the new port policy is created.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Configuring Port Shaping

Required if you need to limit the egress bandwidth that an Ethernet service occupies.

Set the parameters according to the network planning information.

Procedures for Verifying Ethernet Service Configurations
Table 3-180  Procedures for verifying Ethernet service configurations
Operation Description
Creating an MD

Required in the case of the NEs where the two Ethernet ports involved in the service test are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Domain Name and Maintenance Domain Level to the same values for the two NEs.
  • In the test of an Ethernet service between two edge nodes on the transport network, it is recommended that Maintenance Domain Level takes the default value 4. In the test of an Ethernet service between two internal NEs on the transport network, set Maintenance Domain Level to a value smaller than 4. In the test of an Ethernet service between two Ethernet ports on the same NE, set Maintenance Domain Level to a value smaller than the value that is set in the test of an Ethernet service between two internal NEs on the transport network.
Creating an MA

Required in the case of the NEs where the two Ethernet ports involved in the service test are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Domain Name to the value of Maintenance Domain Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • Set Maintenance Association Name to the same value for the two NEs.
  • Set Relevant Service to the same service for the two NEs.
  • It is recommended that you set CC Test Transit Period to 1s.
Creating an MEP Point

Required in the case of the NEs where the two Ethernet ports involved in the service test are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Association Name to the value of Maintenance Association Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • Set Board and Port to the Ethernet ports that are involved in the service test.
  • Set MEP ID to different values for MEPs in the same MD.
  • If the OAM information initiated by the MEP travels through the packet switching unit on the local NE, set Direction of the MEP to Ingress. Otherwise, set Direction to Egress.
  • The MEP ID is used to identify the MEP during the CC test. Therefore, set CC Status to Active.
Creating Remote MEPs in an MA

Required in the case of the NE where the Ethernet ports involved in the OAM operation are located. Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Maintenance Domain Name to the value of Maintenance Domain Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • Set Maintenance Association Name to the value of Maintenance Association Name that is set in the preceding step.
  • To ensure that an MEP can respond to the OAM operations initiated by the other MEPs in the same MA, you need to set the other MEPs to be the remote MEPs of this MEP.
Perform an LB test to test the Ethernet service configurations

Required.

The LB test result should show that no packet loss occurs.

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