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PowerCube 500 System Configuration Guide (PC500-300H1, PC500-300G1, EG6P-150G1)

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SEP Management_Creation

SEP Management_Creation

This topic describes the parameters that are used for creating Smart Ethernet Protection (SEP) management tasks.

Parameters

Parameter

Value Range

Default Value

Description

Instance ID

1 to 8

-

This parameter specifies the ID of the Smart Ethernet Protection (SEP) instance.

NOTE:

The IDs of SEP instances on an NE must be different from each other.

Name

-

-

This parameter specifies the Name of the SEP instance.

East Port

-

-

This parameter specifies the East Port of the SEP instance.

East Port Configuration Role

Common Port

Primary Edge Port

Secondary Edge Port

No-neighbor Primary Edge Port

No-neighbor Secondary Edge Port

Common Port

This parameter specifies the East Port Configuration Role of the SEP instance.

  • Common Port: In a SEP segment, all ports except edge ports are common ports. A common port monitors the status of the directly-connected SEP link. When the link status changes, the port sends a topology change notification message to notify its neighbors. Then the topology change notification message is flooded on the link until it finally reaches the primary edge port. The primary edge interface determines how to process the link change.
  • Primary Edge Port: A SEP segment has only one primary edge port, which is determined by the configuration and election. The primary edge port initiates blocked interface preemption, terminates some protocol packets, and sends topology change notification messages to other networks.
  • Secondary Edge Port: Normally, an SEP segment has only one secondary edge port, which is determined by the configuration and selection. When a ring is faulty, the primary edge port on the ring is automatically transformed to another secondary edge port. The secondary edge port terminates some protocol packets and sends topology change notification messages to other networks.
  • No-neighbor Primary Edge Port: If a certain interface at the edge does not have a neighboring node, users can configure and select it to be a no-neighbor primary edge port. The no-neighbor primary edge port terminates packets and sends topology change notification messages to other networks.
  • No-neighbor Secondary Edge Port: Normally, an SEP segment has only one no-neighbor secondary edge port, which is determined by the configuration and selection. When a ring is faulty, the no-neighbor secondary edge port on the ring is automatically transformed to another no-neighbor secondary edge port. The no-neighbor secondary edge port terminates packets and sends topology change notification messages to other networks.
NOTE:

Normally, edge interfaces and no-neighbor edge interfaces belong to different SEP segments.

West Port

-

-

This parameter specifies the West Port of the SEP instance.

West Port Configuration Role

Common Port

Primary Edge Port

Secondary Edge Port

No-neighbor Primary Edge Port

No-neighbor Secondary Edge Port

Common Port

This parameter specifies the West Port Configuration Role of the SEP instance.

  • Common Port: In a SEP segment, all ports except edge ports are common ports. A common port monitors the status of the directly-connected SEP link. When the link status changes, the port sends a topology change notification message to notify its neighbors. Then the topology change notification message is flooded on the link until it finally reaches the primary edge port. The primary edge interface determines how to process the link change.
  • Primary Edge Port: A SEP segment has only one primary edge port, which is determined by the configuration and election. The primary edge port initiates blocked interface preemption, terminates some protocol packets, and sends topology change notification messages to other networks.
  • Secondary Edge Port: Normally, an SEP segment has only one secondary edge port, which is determined by the configuration and selection. When a ring is faulty, the primary edge port on the ring is automatically transformed to another secondary edge port. The secondary edge port terminates some protocol packets and sends topology change notification messages to other networks.
  • No-neighbor Primary Edge Port: If a certain interface at the edge does not have a neighboring node, users can configure and select it to be a no-neighbor primary edge port. The no-neighbor primary edge port terminates packets and sends topology change notification messages to other networks.
  • No-neighbor Secondary Edge Port: Normally, an SEP segment has only one no-neighbor secondary edge port, which is determined by the configuration and selection. When a ring is faulty, the no-neighbor secondary edge port on the ring is automatically transformed to another no-neighbor secondary edge port. The no-neighbor secondary edge port terminates packets and sends topology change notification messages to other networks.

Control VLAN

1 to 4094

-

This parameter specifies the Control VLAN of the SEP instance.

VLAN Mapping Table

1 to 4094

-

This parameter specifies the VLAN Mapping Table of the SEP instance.

Preemption Delay(s)

-

15 to 600

-

This parameter specifies the Preemption Delay(s) of the SEP instance.

NOTE:

This parameter is only supported by the edge port.

TC Suppression Time Interval(s)

1 to 10

2

This parameter specifies the TC Suppression Time Interval(s) of the SEP instance.

Notified SEP TC List

1 to 8

-

This parameter specifies the Notified SEP TC List of the SEP instance.

Authentication Type

HMAC-256 Authentication

No Authentication

HMAC-256 Authentication

This parameter specifies the Authentication Type of the SEP instance.

Authentication Password

-

-

This parameter specifies the Authentication Password of the SEP instance.

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