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OSN 9800 V100 Configuration Guide 03

This document introduces service configuration process for OSN 9800.

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Configuring E-LAN Services

Configuring E-LAN Services

This topic describes how to configure E-LAN services, including E-LAN services carried by ports and E-LAN services carried by PWs.

Configuring E-LAN Services Carried by Ports

You can configure various types of E-LAN services by configuring the UNIs and NNIs on the NMS. You can configure the services on the NNI to be carried by ports on the NMS.

Prerequisites

  • You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.
  • The port attributes must be set correctly.
  • If a port needs to be occupied exclusively, disable the DCN function of the port.
  • If a QoS policy is required for configuring the QoS, you must create the QoS policy first.

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select an NE and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Ethernet Service Management > E-LAN Service from the Function Tree.
  2. Click Create. Then, the VPLS Instance [Create] dialog box is displayed. Set VPLS Instance Name, VPLS Instance Description, and other parameters in the dialog box. For details about the parameters, see E-LAN Service Parameters (Configuration on a Per-NE Basis).

    NOTE:
    • Self-Learning MAC Address can be set to Enabled or Disabled. When Self-Learning MAC Address is set to Enabled, the bridge supports MAC address self-learning and the forwarding table items are generated through MAC address self-learning. You can also configure the static MAC address forwarding table items manually. When Self-Learning MAC Address is set to Disabled, the bridge does not support MAC address self-learning, and you can configure the static MAC address forwarding table items only manually.
    • MAC Address Learning Mode can be set to SVL or IVL. SVL indicates shared VLAN learning. All VLANs share a MAC address forwarding table. Each MAC address is unique in the forwarding table. IVL indicates the independent VLAN learning. The forwarding tables for different VLANs are independent from each other. It is acceptable that the MAC address forwarding tables for different VLANs have the same MAC address.
    • Tag Type can be set to C-Awared, S-Awared, or Tag Transparent. C-Awared: indicates that MAC addresses are learnt based on C-VLAN tags. S-Awared indicates that MAC addresses are learnt based on S-VLAN tags. Tag Transparent indicates that MAC addresses are learnt not based on VLAN tags.

  3. Add an AC port.
    1. Click the button to the left of L2VPN AC List. The Interface[Select] dialog box is displayed, listing the AC ports available to the NE.
    2. Optional: If the AC port is a sub-interface with a VLAN, you can click Create in the Interface[Select] dialog box to display the Interface[Create] dialog box. In the Interface[Create] dialog box, configure the parameters related to the sub-interface. Then, click OK in the Interface[Create] dialog box. You can also select a created Ethernet virtual interface. For details about the creation method, see Configuring Ethernet Virtual Interfaces.
    3. In the Interface[Select] dialog box, select the two AC ports to be added, and configure service-related parameters (such as VLAN ID) on the AC port.
    4. Click OK.
  4. Click OK. Then, the Operation Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation is successful. Then, click Close.
  5. Click the Split Horizon Group tab and click Create. Then, the Split Horizon Group [Create] dialog box is displayed. Set the split horizon group ID and the UNI that needs to join the split horizon group. For details about the parameters, see Split Horizon Group Parameters.
  6. Optional: Click the UNI QoS tab. Set the QoS parameters.
  7. Optional: Click the Static MAC Address tab. You can set VLAN ID, MAC Address, and Out Interface Type. For details about the parameters, see Static MAC Address Parameters.
  8. Optional: Click the Maintenance Association tab and the MEP Point tab separately to set the OAM-related parameters. For details about the parameters, see Maintenance Association Parameters and MEP Parameters.

    NOTE:

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

Creating E-LAN Services Carried by PWs on a Per-NE Basis

You can configure various types of E-LAN services by configuring the UNIs and NNIs on the NMS. You can configure the services on the NNI to be carried by PWs on the NMS.

Prerequisites

  • You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.
  • The port attributes must be set correctly.
  • The MPLS tunnel that carries the PWs must be created.
  • If a port needs to be occupied exclusively, disable the DCN function of the port.
  • If a QoS policy is required for configuring the QoS, you must create the QoS policy first.

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select an NE and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Ethernet Service Management > E-LAN Service from the Function Tree.
  2. Click Create. Then, the VPLS Instance [Create] dialog box is displayed. Set Service ID, Service Name and other parameters in the dialog box. For details about the parameters, see E-LAN Service Parameters (Configuration on a Per-NE Basis).

    NOTE:
    • Self-Learning MAC Address can be set to Enabled or Disabled. When Self-Learning MAC Address is set to Enabled, the bridge supports MAC address self-learning and the forwarding table items are generated through MAC address self-learning. You can also configure the static MAC address forwarding table items manually. When Self-Learning MAC Address is set to Disabled, the bridge does not support MAC address self-learning, and you can configure the static MAC address forwarding table items only manually.
    • MAC Address Learning Mode can be set to SVL or IVL. SVL indicates shared VLAN learning. All VLANs share a MAC address forwarding table. Each MAC address is unique in the forwarding table. IVL indicates the independent VLAN learning. The forwarding tables for different VLANs are independent from each other. It is acceptable that the MAC address forwarding tables for different VLANs have the same MAC address.
    • Tag Type can be set to C-Awared, S-Awared, or Tag Transparent. C-Awared: indicates that MAC addresses are learnt based on C-VLAN tags. S-Awared indicates that MAC addresses are learnt based on S-VLAN tags. Tag Transparent indicates that MAC addresses are learnt not based on VLAN tags.
    • 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 MPLS PW APS protection.

  3. Configure a PW.

    Click the button to the left of PW Configuration List to display the PW Configuration parameter list. Then, configure basic attribute parameters of the PW.

    For details about the basic attribute parameters of a PW for the E-LAN service, see E-LAN Service Parameters (Configuration on a Per-NE Basis).

  4. Add an AC port.
    1. Click the button to the left of L2VPN AC List. The Interface[Select] dialog box is displayed, listing the AC ports available to the NE.
    2. Optional: If the AC port is a sub-interface with a VLAN, you can click Create in the Interface[Select] dialog box to display the Interface[Create] dialog box. In the Interface[Create] dialog box, configure the parameters related to the sub-interface. Then, click OK in the Interface[Create] dialog box. You can also select a created Ethernet virtual interface. For details about the creation method, see Configuring Ethernet Virtual Interfaces.
    3. In the Interface[Select] dialog box, select the AC port to be added, and configure service-related parameters (such as VLAN ID) on the AC port.
    4. Click OK.
  5. Click OK. Then, the Operation Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation is successful. Click Close.
  6. Click the Split Horizon Group tab. Click Create. Then, the Split Horizon Group [Create] dialog box is displayed. Set the split horizon group ID and the UNI that needs to join the split horizon group. For details about the parameters, see Split Horizon Group Parameters.
  7. Optional: Click the UNI QoS and PW QoS tab. Set the QoS parameters.
  8. Optional: Click the Static MAC Address tab. You can set VLAN ID, MAC Address, and Out Interface Type. For details about the parameters, see Static MAC Address Parameters.
  9. Optional: Click the Maintenance Association tab and the MEP Point tab separately to set the OAM-related parameters. For details about the parameters, see Maintenance Association Parameters and MEP Parameters.

    NOTE:

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

Creating E-LAN Services Carried by QinQ

You can create E-LAN services on the NMS. A variety of E-LAN services can be implemented based on the UNI and NNI ports. The NNI port can use the QinQ link or flexible QinQ to carry services.

Prerequisites

  • You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.
  • The port Ethernet attribute has been correctly configured. For details about the configuration method, see Configuring an Ethernet Port.
  • The DCN function has been disabled for a port that needs to be exclusively used.
  • The QinQ sub-interface has been created. To carry services in QinQ Link mode, create QinQ Link sub-interfaces first. To carry services in Selective QinQ mode, create mapping sub-interfaces. For details about the configuration method, see Creating Ethernet Virtual Interfaces.
  • The QoS policy has been configured if a certain policy is required to configure QoS.

Context

The values of Recognize Mode of TPID and Tag Type must comply with the following rules.
Table 3-15 Recognize Mode of TPID and Tag Type relations

Ethernet Virtual Interface Type

Recognize Mode of TPID

Tag Type

VLAN sub-interface

Customer mode (default value)

C-Awared

Service mode

S-Awared

Stacking sub-interface (without adding S-VLAN tags)

Customer mode (default value)

C-Awared

Service mode

S-Awared

Stacking sub-interface (adding S-VLAN tags)

Customer mode (fixed value)

S-Awared

Mapping 1:1 sub-interface

Customer mode (default value)

C-Awared

Service mode

S-Awared

QinQ Mapping 1:2 sub-interface

Customer mode (fixed value)

S-Awared

QinQ Mapping 2:1 sub-interface

Service mode (fixed value)

C-Awared

QinQ Mapping 2:2 sub-interface

Service mode (fixed value)

S-Awared

QinQ Link sub-interface

-

C-Awared

Procedure

  1. In the NE Explorer, select an NE and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration > Ethernet Service Management > E-LAN Service.
  2. Click Create. The VPLS Instance[Create] dialog box is displayed.
  3. Set the basic parameters of a VPWS instance for using QinQ to carry E-LAN services. For details about the parameters, see E-LAN Service Parameters (Configuration on a Per-NE Basis).

  4. Add AC ports.
    1. Click the button on the left of VPLS AC List. In the Interface[Select] dialog box that is displayed, the available AC ports on the NE are listed.
    2. In the Interface[Select] dialog box, select two AC ports (QinQ sub-interfaces) to be added.

      NOTE:
      • The created virtual interface must be selected, and the sub-interface type must be supported by the interface service carrying mode. For example, if an interface carries services in QinQ Link mode, select the QinQ Link sub-interface; if an interface carries services in Selective QinQ mode, select the mapping sub-interface; if an interface transparently transmits services, select the stacking sub-interface.
      • The values of Recognize Mode of TPID and Tag Type must comply with the following rules as Table 3-15. Otherwise, services fail to be created.

    3. Click OK.
  5. Click OK.
  6. Click Split horizon group List and set the ID of a split horizon group and the UNI interface to be added to this group. For details about the parameters, see Split Horizon Group Parameters.
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