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OSN 9800 V100 Configuration Guide 03

This document introduces service configuration process for OSN 9800.
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Configuration Flow for the E-Line Services

Configuration Flow for the E-Line Services

This section describes the process of configuring E-Line services.

Point-to-Point Transparently Transmitted E-Line Services

Point-to-point transparently transmitted E-Line services are the basic E-Line model. Point-to-point transmission does not involve service bandwidth sharing, service isolation, or service distinguishing; instead, Ethernet services are transparently transmitted between two service access points.

Table 3-5 provides the process for configuring the point-to-point transparently transmitted E-Line services.
NOTE:

If a universal line board is used to receive and transmit packet services, configure virtual Ethernet ports of the universal line board and ODUk mapping paths on the U2000 before configuring services following the configuration procedure.

Figure 3-12 Configuration flow for the point-to-point transparently transmitted E-Line services

Table 3-5 Configuration flow for the point-to-point transparently transmitted E-Line services
Step Operation Remarks
1 Configuring the Ethernet port Setting the Basic Attributes of Ethernet Ports

(Mandatory) Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Enable Port to Enabled.
  • When packets do not need to be distinguished based on VLAN tags, set Encapsulation Type to Null.
  • Set Working Mode of the UNI to the same as the working mode of the Ethernet equipment on the opposite end. Generally, retain the default value Auto-Negotiation for this parameter.
  • When JUMBO frames do not need to be transmitted, retain the default value 1620 for Max Frame Length (byte). In other cases, set Max Frame Length (byte) to the maximum length of the transmitted JUMBO frames.
Setting the Layer 2 Attributes of Ethernet Ports (Mandatory) Set Encapsulation Type to Null.
Configuring the Flow Control

(Optional) Set the parameters as follows:

  • Generally, the PSN adopts the QoS scheme to prevent link congestion. Therefore, retain the default value Disabled for Auto-Negotiation Flow Control Mode and Non-Autonegotiation Flow Control Mode, unless otherwise specified.
2 Configuring UNI-UNI E-Line Services

(Mandatory) Set the parameters based on the service planning.

3 Configuring QoS

(Optional) Set the parameters based on the service QoS planning.

VLAN-Based E-Line Services

VLANs can be used to separate E-Line services. With the VLAN technology, multiple E-Line services can share one physical channel. These services are VLAN-based E-Line services.

Table 3-6 provides the process for configuring the VLAN-based E-Line services.
NOTE:

If a universal line board is used to receive and transmit packet services, configure virtual Ethernet ports of the universal line board and ODUk mapping paths on the U2000 before configuring services following the configuration procedure.

Figure 3-13 Configuration process for the VLAN-based E-Line services

Table 3-6 Configuration process for the VLAN-based E-Line services
Step Operation Remarks
1 Configuring the Ethernet port Setting the Basic Attributes of Ethernet Ports

(Mandatory) Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Enable Port to Enabled.
  • Set Working Mode of the UNI to the same as the working mode of the Ethernet equipment on the opposite end. Generally, retain the default value Auto-Negotiation for this parameter.
  • When JUMBO frames do not need to be transmitted, retain the default value 1620 for Max Frame Length (byte). In other cases, set Max Frame Length (byte) to the maximum length of the transmitted JUMBO frames.
Setting the Layer 2 Attributes of Ethernet Ports

(Mandatory) When Encapsulation Type is set to 802.1Q, set Layer 2 parameters as follows:

  • Set Tag based on the type of the packets that are transmitted from the equipment on the opposite end.
    • If all the packets are untagged packets, set Tag to Access.
    • If all the packets are tagged packets, set Tag to Tag Aware.
    • If the packets contain untagged packets and tagged packets, set Tag to Hybrid.
  • When Tag is set to Access or Hybrid, you need to set the Default VLAN ID and VLAN Priority parameters for untagged frames. Set VLAN Priority based on the planned QoS.
Configuring the Flow Control

(Optional) Set the parameters as follows:

  • Generally, the PSN adopts the QoS scheme to prevent link congestion. Therefore, retain the default value Disabled for Auto-Negotiation Flow Control Mode and Non-Autonegotiation Flow Control Mode, unless otherwise specified.
2 Creating Ethernet Virtual Interfaces

(Mandatory) Create Ethernet virtual interfaces based on the service planning.

3 Configuring UNI-UNI E-Line Services

(Mandatory) Set the parameters based on the service planning.

4 Configuring QoS

(Optional) Set the parameters based on the service QoS planning.

E-Line Services Carried by PWs

You need to configure the Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) tunnel before configuring the E-Line services carried by PWs.

Table 3-7 provides the process for configuring the E-Line services carried by PWs.
NOTE:

If a universal line board is used to receive and transmit packet services, configure virtual Ethernet ports of the universal line board and ODUk mapping paths on the U2000 before configuring services following the configuration procedure.

Figure 3-14 Configuration flow for the E-Line services carried by PWs

Table 3-7 Configuration flow for the E-Line services carried by PWs
Step Operation Remarks
1 Configuring the UNI (when the UNI is an Ethernet port) Setting the Basic Attributes of Ethernet Ports

(Mandatory) Set the parameters as follows:

  • Set Enable Port to Enabled.
  • Generally, set Encapsulation Type to 802.1Q. When the packets do not need to be distinguished based on the VLAN tags, set Encapsulation Type to Null.
  • Set Working Mode of the UNI to the same as the working mode of the Ethernet equipment on the opposite end. Generally, retain the default value Auto-Negotiation for this parameter.
  • When JUMBO frames do not need to be transmitted, retain the default value 1620 for Max Frame Length(byte). In other cases, set Max Frame Length(byte) to the maximum length of the transmitted JUMBO frames.
Setting the Layer 2 Attributes of Ethernet Ports

(Optional) When Encapsulation Type is set to 802.1Q, set Layer 2 parameters as follows:

  • Set Tag based on the type of the packets that are transmitted from the equipment on the opposite end.
    • If all the packets are untagged packets, set Tag to Access.
    • If all the packets are tagged packets, set Tag to Tag Aware.
    • If the packets contain untagged packets and tagged packets, set Tag to Hybrid.
  • When Tag is set to Access or Hybrid, you need to set the Default VLAN ID and VLAN Priority parameters for untagged frames. Set VLAN Priority based on the planned QoS.
Configuring the Flow Control

(Optional) Set the parameters as follows:

  • Generally, the PSN adopts the QoS scheme to prevent link congestion. Therefore, retain the default value Disabled for Auto-Negotiation Flow Control Mode and Non-Autonegotiation Flow Control Mode, unless otherwise specified.
2 Configuring NNI Port Attributes (Mandatory) Set the parameters as follows:
  • Set Enable Tunnel to Enabled.
  • Set Specify IP Address to Manually, and set IP Address and IP Mask based on the service plan.
3 Configuring the MPLS tunnel Configuring an MPLS Tunnel

(Mandatory) Set the parameters based on the service planning information.

MPLS-TP OAM

(Optional) The MPLS-TP Tunnel OAM can be used to detect, identify, and locate a tunnel fault and trigger protection switching. You need to configure it based on the specific operation requirements and service planning.

Tunnel APS

(Optional) Set the MPLS tunnel APS parameters based on the service planning.

NOTE:

You may also use PW APS to protect services.

4 Configuring UNI-NNI E-Line Services Carried by PWs

(Mandatory) Set the parameters based on the service planning information.

E-Line Services Carried by QinQ

You need to configure the QinQ virtual interfaces before configuring the E-Line services carried by QinQ links or selective QinQ.

Table 3-8 provides the process for configuring the E-Line services carried by QinQ.
NOTE:
If a universal line board is used to receive and transmit packet services, configure virtual Ethernet ports of the universal line board and ODUk mapping paths on the U2000 before configuring services following the configuration procedure. For details, see Configuring Virtual Ports for Universal Line Boards.
Figure 3-15 Configuration flow for the E-Line services carried by QinQ

Table 3-8 Configuration flow for the E-Line services carried by QinQ
Step Operation Remarks
1 Configuring the Ethernet port Setting the Basic Attributes of Ethernet Ports

(Required) The parameters are set as follows:

  • Enable Port is set to Enabled.
  • Working Mode of the UNI needs to be the same as the working mode of the Ethernet equipment on the opposite end. Generally, this parameter takes the default value Auto-Negotiation.
  • When JUMBO frames do not need to be transmitted, Max Frame Length (byte) takes the default value 1620. In other cases, Max Frame Length (byte) is set to the maximum length of the transmitted JUMBO frames.
Setting the Layer 2 Attributes of Ethernet Ports
(Required) When the port carries services in QinQ Link mode, Encapsulation Type must be set to QinQ or 802.1Q-QinQ.
NOTE:

The tag protocol identifier (TPID, QinQ Type Domain) of a C-Aware port is fixed at 0x8100 and that of an S-Aware port is fixed at 0x88a8. The TPID of a C-/S-Aware hybrid port is configurable.

(Required) When the port carries services in Selective QinQ mode, Encapsulation Type must be set to 802.1Q-QinQ. The parameters on Layer 2 need to be configured as follows:

  • Tag needs to be set based on the type of the packets that are transmitted from the equipment on the opposite end.
    • If all the packets are untagged packets, Tag is set to Access.
    • If all the packets are tagged packets, Tag is set to Tag Aware.
    • If the packets contain untagged packets and tagged packets, Tag is set to Hybrid.
  • When Tag is set to Access or Hybrid, the Default VLAN ID and VLAN Priority parameters need to be set for the untagged frames. VLAN Priority needs to be set based on the planned QoS.
Configuring the Flow Control

(Optional) The parameters are set as follows:

  • Generally, the PSN adopts the QoS scheme to prevent link congestion. Therefore, Auto-Negotiation Flow Control Mode and Non-Autonegotiation Flow Control Mode need to be set to the default value Disabled, unless otherwise specified.
2 Creating Ethernet Virtual Interfaces

(Required) Create Ethernet virtual interfaces based on the service planning.

3 Creating E-Line Services Carried by QinQ

(Required) The parameters need to be set based on the service planning.

4 Configuring QoS

(Optional) The parameters need to be set based on the service QoS planning.

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