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OSN 9800 V100 Configuration Guide 03

This document introduces service configuration process for OSN 9800.
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Configuration Example of a UNI-NNI CES (VC12 Level) Service

Configuration Example of a UNI-NNI CES (VC12 Level) Service

This topic describes the configuration example of a UNI-NNI CES service.

Example Description

This topic describes the UNI-NNI application scenarios of the CES services.

Networking and Requirement

As shown in Figure 4-14, OTN devices can be used between the RNC and NodeB to receive and transmit CES services. The service requirements are as follows:
  • Both PE1 and PE2 are OSN 9800 U32 Standard.
  • Both the RNC and NodeB access the PSN network using EC116 boards. One SDH-compliant VC12 CES service is transmitted between PE1 and PE2.
Figure 4-14 Networking diagram of CES services

NOTE:

On the existing data network, intermediate NEs that services pass through are involved in addition to the source and sink NEs where services are added or dropped. When a CES service passes through intermediate NEs in a network, only MPLS tunnels whose IsrRole is Transit need to be configured on the intermediate NEs.

Service Planning

Between NodeB and RNC, a static MPLS tunnel is established to carry CES services.

Table 4-22 lists the configuration parameters of NEs.

Table 4-22 Configuration parameters of NEs
NE LSR ID Port Port IP Address IP Mask
PE1 172.16.0.1

12-EC116-1

10.0.0.1 255.255.255.252
PE2 172.16.0.2

12-EC116-1

10.0.0.2 255.255.255.252

Table 4-23 lists the configuration parameters of Tunnels.

Table 4-23 Planning of tunnel parameters: PE1-PE2

Parameters

PE1

PE2

Tunnel ID

1

1

Tunnel Description

PE1-PE2

PE2-PE1

Ingress LSR ID

-

172.16.0.1

Sink LSR ID

172.16.0.2

-

TunnelName

Tunnel1

Tunnel1

LSR Role

Ingress

Egress

Direction

Bidirectional

Bidirectional

CIR(kbit/s)

0(0)

0(0)

OutBearerType/InBearerType

Interface

Interface

Outbound Interface Name/Inbound Interface Name

Vp0/11/0/40010

Vp0/11/0/40010

Outgoing Label/Incoming Label

1

1

Incoming Label/Outgoing Label

2

2

Forward NextHop/Reverse NextHop

172.16.0.2

172.16.0.1

EXP

None

None

EXP Mode

Pipe

Pipe

MTU(bytes)

0(0)

0(0)

Table 4-24 list the configuration parameters of CES services.

Table 4-24 Configuration parameters of CES services: PE1-PE2

Attribute

Value (PE1)

Value (PE2)

Service ID

1

1

Service Type

UNI-NNI

UNI-NNI

PW Type

CESoPSN

CESoPSN

Service Name

CES1

CES1

Port

Serial0/12/0/13:1:1:1

Serial0/12/0/13:1:1:1

PW Role

Working

Working

PW ID

8

8

Peer LSR ID

172.16.0.2

172.16.0.1

PW Signaling Type

Static

Static

PW Direction

Bidirectional

Bidirectional

PW Outgoing Label

20

20

PW Incoming Label

20

20

Tunnel

Tunnel1

Tunnel1

Tunnel Type

MPLS

MPLS

PW Status

Enabled

Enabled

LMR Enable

Disabled

Disabled

Jitter Compensation Buffering Time(us)

8000

8000

Sequence Number

Huawei mode

Huawei mode

RTP Header

Disabled

Disabled

Payload Compression

Disabled

Disabled

CES Level

VC12

VC12

Configuring CES Services on a Per-NE Basis

This topic describes how to configure UNI-NNI CES services on a per-NE basis.

Prerequisites

You must be an NM user with "NE administrator" authority or higher.

You must be familiar with the service requirements and service planning information of the example network.

The network must be created, the equipment must operate properly, and the equipment must communicate with the NMS normally.

Procedure

  1. Configure the LSR IDs of PE1, and PE2. For details, see Configuring the LSR ID for an NE.

    Table 4-25 Configuration LSR ID parameters of NEs: PE1 and PE2

    NE

    LSR ID

    PE1

    172.16.0.1

    PE2

    172.16.0.2

  2. Configure NNI ports of the U401 board on PE1 and PE2 each. For details, see Setting the Basic Attributes of Ethernet Ports and Setting the Layer 3 Attributes of Ethernet Ports.

    Table 4-26 Configuration Basic Attributes parameters of NEs: PE1 and PE2

    Parameters

    Value

    Enable Port

    Administratively Up

    Max Frame length (byte)

    1620

    Working Mode

    Auto-Negotiation

    Laser Interface Status

    On

    Table 4-27 Configuration Layer 3 Attributes parameters of PE1

    Parameters

    Value

    Specify IP Address

    Manually

    IP Address

    10.0.0.1

    IP Mask

    255.255.255.252

    Table 4-28 Configuration Layer 3 Attributes parameters of PE2

    Parameters

    Value

    Specify IP Address

    Manually

    IP Address

    10.0.0.2

    IP Mask

    255.255.255.252

  3. Configure the MPLS tunnel that carries CES services. For details, see Configuring an MPLS Tunnel.

    Table 4-29 Planning of tunnel parameters: PE1-PE2

    Parameters

    PE1

    PE2

    Tunnel ID

    1

    1

    Tunnel Description

    PE1-PE2

    PE2-PE1

    Ingress LSR ID

    -

    172.16.0.1

    Sink LSR ID

    172.16.0.2

    -

    TunnelName

    Tunnel1

    Tunnel1

    LSR Role

    Ingress

    Egress

    Direction

    Bidirectional

    Bidirectional

    CIR(kbit/s)

    0(0)

    0(0)

    OutBearerType/InBearerType

    Interface

    Interface

    Outbound Interface Name/Inbound Interface Name

    Vp0/11/0/40010

    Vp0/11/0/40010

    Outgoing Label/Incoming Label

    1

    1

    Incoming Label/Outgoing Label

    2

    2

    Forward NextHop/Reverse NextHop

    172.16.0.2

    172.16.0.1

    EXP

    None

    None

    EXP Mode

    Pipe

    Pipe

    MTU(bytes)

    0(0)

    0(0)

  4. Configure CES service interfaces of PE1 and PE2. For details, see Configuring a CES Service Port.
  5. Configure UNI-NNI CES services on PE1 and PE2. For details, see Creating a UNI-NNI CES Service on a Per-NE Basis.

    Table 4-30 Configuration parameters of CES services: PE1-PE2

    Attribute

    Value (PE1)

    Value (PE2)

    Service ID

    1

    1

    Service Type

    UNI-NNI

    UNI-NNI

    PW Type

    CESoPSN

    CESoPSN

    Service Name

    CES1

    CES1

    Port

    Serial0/12/0/13:1:1:1

    Serial0/12/0/13:1:1:1

    PW Role

    Working

    Working

    PW ID

    8

    8

    Peer LSR ID

    172.16.0.2

    172.16.0.1

    PW Signaling Type

    Static

    Static

    PW Direction

    Bidirectional

    Bidirectional

    PW Outgoing Label

    20

    20

    PW Incoming Label

    20

    20

    Tunnel

    Tunnel1

    Tunnel1

    Tunnel Type

    MPLS

    MPLS

    PW Status

    Enabled

    Enabled

    LMR Enable

    Disabled

    Disabled

    Jitter Compensation Buffering Time(us)

    8000

    8000

    Sequence Number

    Huawei mode

    Huawei mode

    RTP Header

    Disabled

    Disabled

    Payload Compression

    Disabled

    Disabled

    CES Level

    VC12

    VC12

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