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OSN 9800 V100 Configuration Guide 03

This document introduces service configuration process for OSN 9800.
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Parameter Description: Attributes of Ethernet Interface

Parameter Description: Attributes of Ethernet Interface

The attributes of the Ethernet interface include the general attributes, Layer 2 attributes, Layer 3 attributes, advanced attributes and flow control.

General Attributes

This topic describes the parameters for configuring the general attributes of an Ethernet port. The parameters include Port Mode, Enable Port, and Encapsulation Type.

Table 3-36 Basic Attributes of E124/E208/E212/E302/E401 Board

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays external ports, such as 10GE0/14/0/1 to 10GE0/14/0/12. 10GE indicates the port speed, 0 indicates the subrack ID of the board, 14 indicates the slot ID of the board, 0 indicates the number of subcards on the board,1 indicates the port number.

Interface Description

-

Enters the self-defined port name.

Administrative Status

Administratively UP, Administratively Down

Default: Administratively UP

When the port is enabled, it indicates that the user uses the port and the port has services. When the port is disabled, it indicates that the port does not process services.

When no service is configured, it is recommended to disable the involved ports.

NOTE:

If the Administrative Status is set to Administratively Down, alarms are not monitored, and the port does not report alarms.

Running Status

DOWN, UP

Displays the running status.

MTU (byte)

960 to 9600

Default: 1620

This parameter specifies the maximum length of a frame traversing a port. When the length of a frame exceeds the specified maximum frame length, the frame will be discarded or the service will be interrupted.

It is recommended that the maximum frame length should be not smaller than the frame length of data flows to be transmitted.

NOTE:

The maximum frame length (in bytes) that actually takes effect is equal to "user-specified MTU+72 bytes+X bytes". X is an integer that ranges from 0 to 7 and is automatically added to make the value of "user-specified MTU+72 bytes+X bytes" be a multiple of 8.

MAC Address

-

Displays the MAC address of the port.

Interface Position

-

Displays the interface position.

Interface Type

-

Displays the interface type.

Interface Class

-

Displays the interface class.

Work Mode

100mfull, 1000mfull, 10Gfull, 40Gfull, 100Gfull, Auto

Default:

  • TNV1E124: Auto
  • TNV1E208/TNV1E212:10Gfull
  • TNV1E302: 40Gfull
  • TNV1E401: 100Gfull

Set the Working Mode parameter to set the working mode of the Ethernet port on the board.

NOTE:

Ensure that the working modes of the interconnected ports are the same, Otherwise, the services are not available.

  • The TNV1E124 can only be set to , 100mfull, 1000mfull and Auto.
  • The TNV1E208/TNV1E212 can only be set to 10Gfull .
  • The TNV1E302 can only be set to 40Gfull .
  • The TNV1E401 can only be set to 100Gfull .

Port Speed

-

Displays the port speed.

Logic Optical Type

-

Displays the logic optical type.

Phy Optical Type

-

Displays the phy optical type.

Optical State

On, Off

Default: On

Specifies the on/off status of the laser.

Table 3-37 Basic Attributes of U401 Board

Field

Value

Description

Port

-

Displays the virtual Ethernet port, such as Vp0/11/0/40001 to Vp0/11/0/40080.

Name

-

Sets and queries the interface name.

Enable Port

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Running Status

Down, Up

Displays the running status.

Max Frame(bytes)

9600

Displays the maximum frame length, which is always 9600 bytes. This parameter is not configurable.

NOTE:

The value that actually takes effect is 72 bytes more than the specified MTU value.

MAC Address

-

Displays the MAC address of the port.

Interface Position

-

Displays the interface position.

The format of an interface position is "Subrack ID/Slot ID/Board Type/Port Number".

Port Type

-

Displays the interface type. The interface type of this board is Vp.

Interface Class

-

Displays the interface class. The interface class of this board is Main Interface.

Work Mode

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Rate(bit/s)

-

Displays the port speed.

Logic Port Type

-

Displays the logic port type.

Phy Optical Type

-

Displays the phy optical type.

Optical State

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Table 3-38 Basic Attributes of U402 Board Matching TNU1CTU/TNS1CTU

Field

Value

Description

Port

-

Displays the virtual Ethernet port, such as Vp0/11/0/40001 to Vp0/11/0/40080.

Name

-

Sets and queries the interface name.

Enable Port

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Running Status

Down, Up

Displays the running status.

Max Frame(bytes)

9600

Displays the maximum frame length, which is always 9600 bytes. This parameter is not configurable.

NOTE:

The value that actually takes effect is 72 bytes more than the specified MTU value.

MAC Address

-

Displays the MAC address of the port.

Interface Position

-

Displays the interface position.

The format of an interface position is "Subrack ID/Slot ID/Subboard ID/Port Number".

Port Type

-

Displays the interface type. The interface type of this board is Vp.

Interface Class

-

Displays the interface class. The interface class of this board is Main Interface.

Work Mode

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Rate(bit/s)

-

Displays the port speed.

Logic Port Type

-

Displays the logic port type.

Phy Optical Type

-

Displays the phy optical type.

Optical State

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Opt Direction Type

Two Fiber Bidirection, Single Fiber Bidirection, notsupport

This attribute is read only. If no optical module is installed, the default value is notsupport.

Wavelength number

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Hold Off Time

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Table 3-39 Basic Attributes of U210 Board

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays the virtual Ethernet port, such as Vp0/11/0/40001 to Vp0/11/0/40080.

Interface Descriotion

-

Sets and queries the interface name.

Enable Port

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Running Status

Down, Up

Displays the running status.

MTU (bytes)

9600

Displays the maximum frame length, which is always 9600 bytes. This parameter is not configurable.

NOTE:

The value that actually takes effect is 72 bytes more than the specified MTU value.

MAC Address

-

Displays the MAC address of the port.

Interface Position

-

Displays the interface position.

The format of an interface position is "Subrack ID/Slot ID/Board Type/Port Number".

Interface Type

-

Displays the interface type. The interface type of this board is Vp.

Interface Class

-

Displays the interface class. The interface class of this board is Main Interface.

Work Mode

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Port Speed

-

Displays the port speed.

Logic Optical Type

-

Displays the logic optical type.

Phy Optical Type

-

Displays the phy optical type.

Optical State

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Flow Control

This topic describes the parameters, such as autonegotiation and non-autonegotiation, which are used for configuring the flow control function of a packet Ethernet port.

Table 3-40 Flow Control of E124/E208/E212/E302/E401 board

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays external ports, such as 10GE0/14/0/1 to 10GE0/14/0/12. 10GE indicates the port speed, 0 indicates the subrack ID of the board, 14 indicates the slot ID of the board, 0 indicates the number of subcards on the board, 1 indicates the port number.

Interface Position

-

Displays the interface position.

Force Flow Ctrl

Both Enable, Tx Enable, Rx Enable, Off

Default: Both Enable

Specifies the flow control mode adopted when an Ethernet port does not work in auto-negotiation mode.

  • Both Enable: The port can both transmit and receive the PAUSE frame.
  • Tx Enable: The port can only send the PAUSE frame.
  • Rx Enable: The port can only receive the PAUSE frame.

When the buffer usage of the receiver exceeds the threshold, the pause frame enables the transmitter to temporarily stop sending services.

NOTE:

In general, flow control is implemented using the QoS function and port-based flow control is seldom used. It is recommended that the default value Disabled be used.

Auto Flow Ctrl

Off

Specifies the flow control mode adopted when an Ethernet port works in auto-negotiation mode.

NOTE:

In general, flow control is implemented using the QoS function and port-based flow control is seldom used. It is recommended that the default value Disabled be used.

NOTE:

This parameter is unavailable.

NOTE:

The board supports flow control only in P2P E-Line scenarios.

Table 3-41 Flow Control of U401 Board

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays the virtual Ethernet port, such as Vp0/11/0/40001 to Vp0/11/0/40080.

Interface Position

-

Displays the interface position.

The format of an interface position is "Subrack ID/Slot ID/Board Type/Port Number".

Force Flow Ctrl

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Auto Flow Ctrl

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Table 3-42 Flow Control of U402 Board Matching TNU1CTU/TNS1CTU

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays the virtual Ethernet port, such as Vp0/11/0/40001 to Vp0/11/0/40080.

Interface Position

-

Displays the interface position.

The format of an interface position is "Subrack ID/Slot ID/Subboard ID/Port Number".

Force Flow Ctrl

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Auto Flow Ctrl

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Table 3-43 Flow Control of U210 Board

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays the virtual Ethernet port, such as Vp0/11/0/40001 to Vp0/11/0/40080.

Interface Position

-

Displays the interface position.

The format of an interface position is "Subrack ID/Slot ID/Board Type/Port Number".

Force Flow Ctrl

Both Enable, Tx Enable, Rx Enable, Off

Default: Off

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Auto Flow Ctrl

Off

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Layer 2 Attributes

This topic describes the parameters for configuring the Layer 2 attributes of an Ethernet port. The parameters include QinQ Type Domain, Tag, Default VLAN ID, and VLAN Priority.

E124/E208/E212/E302/E401

Table 3-44 Layer 2 Attributes of E124/E208/E212/E302/E401 board

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays external ports, such as 10GE0/14/0/1 to 10GE0/14/0/12. 10GE indicates the port speed, 0 indicates the subrack ID of the board, 14 indicates the slot ID of the board, 0 indicates the number of subcards on the board, 1 indicates the port number.

Ethernet Type

-

Specifies the Ethernet type.

Encapsulation Type

Null, 802.1Q, QinQ, 802.1Q-QINQ

Default: 802.1Q

Selects the means of processing the accessed packets.

  • This parameter is set to Null when the port needs to transparently transmit packets.
  • This parameter is set to 802.1Q when the port needs to identify 802.1Q standard packets.
  • This parameter is set to QinQ when the port needs to identify QinQ standard packets.

Link Type

Access, Tag Aware, Hybrid

Default: Tag Aware

Indicates the data packet processing mode. For details, see Table 3-45.

This parameter is unavailable when you setLayer 2 Attributesin Encapsulation Type to QinQ or Null.

Default VLAN ID

1 to 4094

Default: 1

Indicates the VLAN ID of packets.

NOTE:

Packets with their VLAN IDs being set to 0 are usually considered untagged packets. The VLAN ID of 4095 is reserved.

802.1P Encapsulation Priority

0 to 7

Default: 0

Specifies the class of service (CoS) when Link Type is set to Access or Hybrid.

0 indicates the lowest priority and 7 the highest. When the network is busy, data packets of higher VLAN priority are processed first and those of lower VLAN priority may be discarded.

Table 3-45 Processing modes of data packets

Link Type

Processing Mode

Remarks

Data Packets with VLAN IDs

Data Packets Without VLAN IDs

Tag Aware

Transparently transmitting the data packets

Dropping the data packets

Parameters Default VLAN ID and 802.1P Encapsulation Priority are not used.

Access

Dropping the data packets

Adding the VLAN IDs that are set

-

Hybrid

Transparently transmitting the data packets

Adding the VLAN IDs that are set

-

U401

Table 3-46 Layer 2 Attributes of U401 Board

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays the virtual Ethernet port, such as Vp0/11/0/40001 to Vp0/11/0/40080.

Ethernet Type

0x0600 - 0xFFFF

Default: 0x8100

Indicates the customized QinQ type domain.

This parameter is available only when you set Encapsulation Type to QinQ.

NOTE:

The parameter must be set to the same value for interconnected boards; otherwise, traffic will be interrupted.

Encapsulation Type

Null, 802.1Q, QinQ, 802.1Q-QINQ

Default: 802.1Q

Selects the means of processing the accessed packets.

  • This parameter is set to Null when the port needs to transparently transmit packets.
  • This parameter is set to 802.1Q when the port needs to identify 802.1Q standard packets.
  • This parameter is set to QinQ when the port needs to identify QinQ standard packets.

Link Type

Tag Aware, Access, Hybrid

Indicates the data packet processing mode. For details, see Table 3-47.

This parameter is unavailable when you setLayer 2 Attributesin Encapsulation Type to QinQ or Null.

Default VLAN ID

1 to 4094

Default: 1

Indicates the VLAN ID of packets.

NOTE:

Packets with their VLAN IDs being set to 0 are usually considered untagged packets. The VLAN ID of 4095 is reserved.

802.1P Encapsulation Priority

0 to 7

Default: 0

Specifies the class of service (CoS) when Link Type is set to Access or Hybrid.

0 indicates the lowest priority and 7 the highest. When the network is busy, data packets of higher VLAN priority are processed first and those of lower VLAN priority may be discarded.

Table 3-47 Processing modes of data packets

Tag

Processing Mode

Remarks

Data Packets with VLAN IDs

Data Packets Without VLAN IDs

Tag Aware

Transparently transmitting the data packets

Dropping the data packets

Parameters Default VLAN ID and VLAN Priority are not used.

Access

Dropping the data packets

Adding the VLAN IDs that are set

-

Hybrid

Transparently transmitting the data packets

Adding the VLAN IDs that are set

-

U402

Table 3-48 Layer 2 Attributes of U402 Board

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays the virtual Ethernet port, such as Vp0/11/0/40001 to Vp0/11/0/40080.

QinQ Type Domain

0x0600 - 0xFFFF

Default: 0x8100

Indicates the customized QinQ type domain.

This parameter is available only when you set Encapsulation Type to QinQ.

NOTE:

The parameter must be set to the same value for interconnected boards; otherwise, traffic will be interrupted.

Encapsulation Type

Null, 802.1Q, QinQ, 802.1Q-QINQ

Default: 802.1Q

Selects the means of processing the accessed packets.

  • This parameter is set to Null when the port needs to transparently transmit packets.
  • This parameter is set to 802.1Q when the port needs to identify 802.1Q standard packets.
  • This parameter is set to QinQ when the port needs to identify QinQ standard packets.

Tag

Tag Aware, Access, Hybrid

Indicates the data packet processing mode. For details, see Table 3-49.

This parameter is unavailable when you setLayer 2 Attributesin Encapsulation Type to QinQ or Null.

Default VLAN ID

1 to 4094

Default: 1

Indicates the VLAN ID of packets.

NOTE:

Packets with their VLAN IDs being set to 0 are usually considered untagged packets. The VLAN ID of 4095 is reserved.

VLAN Priority

0 to 7

Default: 0

Specifies the class of service (CoS) when Link Type is set to Access or Hybrid.

0 indicates the lowest priority and 7 the highest. When the network is busy, data packets of higher VLAN priority are processed first and those of lower VLAN priority may be discarded.

VLAN Priority Mode

User-Defined Precedence

Indicates that the VLAN priority can be customized.

Table 3-49 Processing modes of data packets(U402 Board Matching TNU1CTU/TNS1CTU)

Tag

Processing Mode

Remarks

Data Packets with VLAN IDs

Data Packets Without VLAN IDs

Tag Aware

Transparently transmitting the data packets

Dropping the data packets

Parameters Default VLAN ID and VLAN Priority are not used.

Access

Dropping the data packets

Adding the VLAN IDs that are set

-

Hybrid

Transparently transmitting the data packets

Adding the VLAN IDs that are set

-

U210

Table 3-50 Layer 2 Attributes of U210 Board

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays the virtual Ethernet port, such as Vp0/11/0/40001 to Vp0/11/0/40080.

Ethernet Type

0x0600 - 0xFFFF

Default: 0x8100

Indicates the customized QinQ type domain.

This parameter is available only when you set Encapsulation Type to QinQ.

NOTE:

The parameter must be set to the same value for interconnected boards; otherwise, traffic will be interrupted.

Encapsulation Type

Null, 802.1Q, QinQ, 802.1Q-QINQ

Default: 802.1Q

Selects the means of processing the accessed packets.

  • This parameter is set to Null when the port needs to transparently transmit packets.
  • This parameter is set to 802.1Q when the port needs to identify 802.1Q standard packets.
  • This parameter is set to QinQ when the port needs to identify QinQ standard packets.

Link Type

Tag Aware, Access, Hybrid

Indicates the data packet processing mode. For details, see Table 3-51.

This parameter is unavailable when you setLayer 2 Attributesin Encapsulation Type to QinQ or Null.

Default VLAN ID

1 to 4094

Default: 1

Indicates the VLAN ID of packets.

NOTE:

Packets with their VLAN IDs being set to 0 are usually considered untagged packets. The VLAN ID of 4095 is reserved.

802.1P Encapsulation Priority

0 to 7

Default: 0

Specifies the class of service (CoS) when TAG is set to Access or Hybrid.

0 indicates the lowest priority and 7 the highest. When the network is busy, data packets of higher VLAN priority are processed first and those of lower VLAN priority may be discarded.

Table 3-51 Processing modes of data packets

Tag

Processing Mode

Remarks

Data Packets with VLAN IDs

Data Packets Without VLAN IDs

Tag Aware

Transparently transmitting the data packets

Dropping the data packets

Parameters Default VLAN ID and VLAN Priority are not used.

Access

Dropping the data packets

Adding the VLAN IDs that are set

-

Hybrid

Transparently transmitting the data packets

Adding the VLAN IDs that are set

-

Layer 3 Attributes

This topic describes the parameters for configuring the Layer 3 attributes of an Ethernet port. The parameters include Enable Tunnel, Specify IP, IP Address, and IP Mask.

Table 3-52 Layer 3 Attributes of E124/E208/E212/E302/E401 board

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays external ports, such as 10GE0/14/0/1 to 10GE0/14/0/12. 10GE indicates the port speed, 0 indicates the subrack ID of the board, 14 indicates the slot ID of the board, 0 indicates the number of subcards on the board, 1 indicates the port number.

IP Address Configuration Mode

Not Allocate, Manual

Default: Manual

When a port carries tunnel services, set this parameter to Manual. For other scenarios, set this parameter to Not Allocate.

IP Address

-

Specifies the port IP address.

This parameter is valid only when IP Address Configuration Mode is set to Manual.

NOTE:

When setting the IP address for a port, ensure that the IP address is in a different network segment from the IP address of other service ports and the NE IP address, preventing service interruption from occurring or the NE from being unreachable by the NMS.

For example, the IP address and subnet mask of an NE are 172.16.0.22 and 255.255.0.0, respectively. This means that the NE IP address is in the 172.16 network segment. The IP address and subnet mask of a service-present port on the NE are 10.0.1.1 and 255.255.255.0, respectively. This means the port IP address is in the 10.0.1 network segment. In this situation, you cannot assign IP addresses in the 172.16 and 10.0.1 network segments to other ports on the NE. In other words, you cannot set the IP addresses to 172.16.x.x or 10.0.1.x for other ports on the NE.

IP Mask

-

Specifies the port subnet mask.

This parameter is valid only when IP Address Configuration Mode is set to Manual.

Table 3-53 Layer 3 Attributes of U401 Board

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays the virtual Ethernet port, such as Vp0/11/0/40001 to Vp0/11/0/40080.

IP Address Configuration Mode

Manual, Not Allocate

When a port carries tunnel services, set this parameter to Manual. For other scenarios, set this parameter to Not Allocate.

IP Address

-

Specifies the port IP address.

This parameter is valid only when IP Address Configuration Mode is set to Manual.

NOTE:

When setting the IP address for a port, ensure that the IP address is in a different network segment from the IP address of other service ports and the NE IP address, preventing service interruption from occurring or the NE from being unreachable by the NMS.

For example, the IP address and subnet mask of an NE are 172.16.0.22 and 255.255.0.0, respectively. This means that the NE IP address is in the 172.16 network segment. The IP address and subnet mask of a service-present port on the NE are 10.0.1.1 and 255.255.255.0, respectively. This means the port IP address is in the 10.0.1 network segment. In this situation, you cannot assign IP addresses in the 172.16 and 10.0.1 network segments to other ports on the NE. In other words, you cannot set the IP addresses to 172.16.x.x or 10.0.1.x for other ports on the NE.

IP Mask

-

Specifies the port subnet mask.

This parameter is valid only when IP Address Configuration Mode is set to Manual.

MPLS Interface Name

-

Displays the MPLS port name.

Maximum Reservable Bandwidth (kbit/s)

0–4294967295 kbit/s

Default value: 0

Specifies the maximum bandwidth that the port reserves for a tunnel to verify the maximum tunnel bandwidth.

You are advised to set this parameter to 0 to reserve all bandwidth resources of the port.

Bc0 bandwidth (kbit/s)

0–4294967295 kbit/s

Default value: 0

Specifies the total bandwidth of all tunnels bound to the MPLS port to verify the maximum tunnel bandwidth.

The difference between the values of Maximum Reservable Bandwidth and Bc0 bandwidth is the bandwidth reserved for packets.

You are advised to set this parameter to 0 to reserve all bandwidth resources of the port.

Bc0 avaliable bandwidth (kbit/s)

-

Displays the available bandwidth of the port. Its value is the difference between the value of Bc0 bandwidth and the sum of tunnel CIRs.

Mpls Encapsulation Mode Configuration Enable

ture

Displays the enable status of the MPLS encapsulation mode.

Mpls Encapsulation Mode

GFP Ethernet, GFP Mpls

Specifies the MPLS encapsulation mode.

  • GFP Ethernet: GFP-F encapsulation is performed on the MPLS packets with Layer-2 Ethernet headers.
  • GFP MPLS: GFP-F encapsulation is not performed on the Layer-2 Ethernet headers of packets. This encapsulation mode is defined in ITU-T G.7041 (2011) and does not support traffic classification.

    In MPLS encapsulation mode, the transmission overhead of packets is reduced and the bandwidth usage is improved.

This parameter is available only when the following conditions are met:

  • The port IP address is configured.
  • MPLS is enabled. That is, MPLS TE is set.
  • The mapping mode of port services is GFP-F.
NOTE:

The port using Ethernet encapsulation cannot be interconnected with the port using MPLS encapsulation.

Table 3-54 Layer 3 Attributes of U402 Board Matching TNU1CTU/TNS1CTU

Field

Value

Description

Port

-

Displays the virtual Ethernet port, such as Vp0/11/0/40001 to Vp0/11/0/40080.

Specify IP Address

Manual, Not Allocate

When a port carries tunnel services, set this parameter to Manual. For other scenarios, set this parameter to Not Allocate.

IP Address

-

Specifies the port IP address.

This parameter is valid only when IP Address Configuration Mode is set to Manual.

NOTE:

When setting the IP address for a port, ensure that the IP address is in a different network segment from the IP address of other service ports and the NE IP address, preventing service interruption from occurring or the NE from being unreachable by the NMS.

For example, the IP address and subnet mask of an NE are 172.16.0.22 and 255.255.0.0, respectively. This means that the NE IP address is in the 172.16 network segment. The IP address and subnet mask of a service-present port on the NE are 10.0.1.1 and 255.255.255.0, respectively. This means the port IP address is in the 10.0.1 network segment. In this situation, you cannot assign IP addresses in the 172.16 and 10.0.1 network segments to other ports on the NE. In other words, you cannot set the IP addresses to 172.16.x.x or 10.0.1.x for other ports on the NE.

IP Mask

-

Specifies the port subnet mask.

This parameter is valid only when IP Address Configuration Mode is set to Manual.

MPLS Interface Name

-

Displays the MPLS port name.

Maximum Reservable Bandwidth (kbit/s)

0–4294967295 kbit/s

Default value: 0

Specifies the maximum bandwidth that the port reserves for a tunnel to verify the maximum tunnel bandwidth.

You are advised to set this parameter to 0 to reserve all bandwidth resources of the port.

Bc0 bandwidth (kbit/s)

0–4294967295 kbit/s

Default value: 0

Specifies the total bandwidth of all tunnels bound to the MPLS port to verify the maximum tunnel bandwidth.

The difference between the values of Maximum Reservable Bandwidth and Bc0 bandwidth is the bandwidth reserved for packets.

You are advised to set this parameter to 0 to reserve all bandwidth resources of the port.

Bc0 avaliable bandwidth (kbit/s)

-

Displays the available bandwidth of the port. Its value is the difference between the value of Bc0 bandwidth and the sum of tunnel CIRs.

Mpls Encapsulation Mode Configuration Enable

ture

Displays the enable status of the MPLS encapsulation mode.

Mpls Encapsulation Mode

GFP Ethernet, GFP Mpls

Specifies the MPLS encapsulation mode.

  • GFP Ethernet: GFP-F encapsulation is performed on the MPLS packets with Layer-2 Ethernet headers.
  • GFP MPLS: GFP-F encapsulation is not performed on the Layer-2 Ethernet headers of packets. This encapsulation mode is defined in ITU-T G.7041 (2011) and does not support traffic classification.

    In MPLS encapsulation mode, the transmission overhead of packets is reduced and the bandwidth usage is improved.

This parameter is available only when the following conditions are met:

  • The port IP address is configured.
  • MPLS is enabled. That is, MPLS TE is set.
  • The mapping mode of port services is GFP-F.
NOTE:

The port using Ethernet encapsulation cannot be interconnected with the port using MPLS encapsulation.

Table 3-55 Layer 3 Attributes of U210 Board

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays the virtual Ethernet port, such as Vp0/11/0/40001 to Vp0/11/0/40080.

IP Address Configuration Mode

Manual, Not Allocate

When a port carries tunnel services, set this parameter to Manual. For other scenarios, set this parameter to Not Allocate.

IP Address

-

Specifies the port IP address.

This parameter is valid only when IP Address Configuration Mode is set to Manual.

NOTE:

When setting the IP address for a port, ensure that the IP address is in a different network segment from the IP address of other service ports and the NE IP address, preventing service interruption from occurring or the NE from being unreachable by the NMS.

For example, the IP address and subnet mask of an NE are 172.16.0.22 and 255.255.0.0, respectively. This means that the NE IP address is in the 172.16 network segment. The IP address and subnet mask of a service-present port on the NE are 10.0.1.1 and 255.255.255.0, respectively. This means the port IP address is in the 10.0.1 network segment. In this situation, you cannot assign IP addresses in the 172.16 and 10.0.1 network segments to other ports on the NE. In other words, you cannot set the IP addresses to 172.16.x.x or 10.0.1.x for other ports on the NE.

IP Mask

-

Specifies the port subnet mask.

This parameter is valid only when IP Address Configuration Mode is set to Manual.

MPLS Interface Name

-

Displays the MPLS port name.

Maximum Reservable Bandwidth (kbit/s)

0–4294967295 kbit/s

Default value: 0

Specifies the maximum bandwidth that the port reserves for a tunnel to verify the maximum tunnel bandwidth.

You are advised to set this parameter to 0 to reserve all bandwidth resources of the port.

Bc0 bandwidth (kbit/s)

0–4294967295 kbit/s

Default value: 0

Specifies the total bandwidth of all tunnels bound to the MPLS port to verify the maximum tunnel bandwidth.

The difference between the values of Maximum Reservable Bandwidth and Bc0 bandwidth is the bandwidth reserved for packets.

You are advised to set this parameter to 0 to reserve all bandwidth resources of the port.

Bc0 avaliable bandwidth (kbit/s)

-

Displays the available bandwidth of the port. Its value is the difference between the value of Bc0 bandwidth and the sum of tunnel CIRs.

Mpls Encapsulation Mode Configuration Enable

ture

Displays the enable status of the MPLS encapsulation mode.

Mpls Encapsulation Mode

GFP Ethernet, GFP Mpls

Specifies the MPLS encapsulation mode.

  • GFP Ethernet: GFP-F encapsulation is performed on the MPLS packets with Layer-2 Ethernet headers.
  • GFP MPLS: GFP-F encapsulation is not performed on the Layer-2 Ethernet headers of packets. This encapsulation mode is defined in ITU-T G.7041 (2011) and does not support traffic classification.

    In MPLS encapsulation mode, the transmission overhead of packets is reduced and the bandwidth usage is improved.

This parameter is available only when the following conditions are met:

  • The port IP address is configured.
  • MPLS is enabled. That is, MPLS TE is set.
  • The mapping mode of port services is GFP-F.
NOTE:

The port using Ethernet encapsulation cannot be interconnected with the port using MPLS encapsulation.

Advanced Attributes

This topic describes the parameters for configuring the advanced attributes of an Ethernet port. The parameters include Port Physical parameters, MAC Loopback, and Loopback Check.

Table 3-56 Advanced Attributes of E124/E208/E212/E302/E401 board

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays external ports, such as 10GE0/14/0/1 to 10GE0/14/0/12. 10GE indicates the port speed, 0 indicates the subrack ID of the board, 14 indicates the slot ID of the board, 0 indicates the number of subcards on the board, 1 indicates the port number.

Interface Position

-

Displays the interface position.

MAC Loop

InLoopback, OutLoopback, Loopback None

Default: Loopback None

The MAC Loopback parameter specifies the MAC loopback state at an Ethernet port.

PHY Loop

InLoopback, OutLoopback, Loopback None

Default: Loopback None

The PHY Loopback parameter specifies the PHY loopback state at an Ethernet port.

NOTE:

This parameter is unavailable.

Tx Rate

-

Displays the rate for transmitting data packets.

Rx Rate

-

Displays the rate for receiving data packets.

Fcs Check Enable

FcsCheck On, FcsCheck Off

Default: FcsCheck Off

Enables bit error detection. You can enable bit error detection for every Ethernet port. Bit errors can be detected on an Ethernet port only after bit error detection is enabled.

Fcs Exc Th

1.0E-2 to 1.0E-5

Displays the SD threshold.

Fcs SD Th

1.0E-5 to 1.0E-9

Displays the SD threshold.

Fcs Switch Enable

Fcs Off, Fcs On

Default: Fcs Off

Specifies the bit error enabling state.

Fcs Switch Type

SD, SF

Default: SF

Specifies the type of the bit error switching.

Inter Packet Gap

InterPacketGap Type8, InterPacketGap Type9, InterPacketGap Type10, InterPacketGap Type11, InterPacketGap Type12

Default: InterPacketGap Type12

Specifies the frame interval of Ethernet packets.

Mdi Mode

-

Displays the Network Cable Mode

Lfs Enable Status

On, Off

Default: On

Specifies the Lfs Enable Status.

NOTE:

This parameter is available for TNV1E208/TNV1E212/TNV1E302/TNV1E401.

Send Srs Value

1 to 10000

Default: 9000

Sets and queries the level-1 threshold of the transmit port bandwidth usage ratio.

Send Gen Value

1 to 10000

Default: 8000

Sets and queries the level-2 threshold of the transmit port bandwidth usage ratio.

Send Wrn Value

1 to 10000

Default: 7000

Sets and queries the level-3 threshold of the transmit port bandwidth usage ratio.

Recv Srs Value

1 to 10000

Default: 9000

Sets and queries the level-1 threshold of the receive port bandwidth usage ratio.

Recv Gen Value

1 to 10000

Default: 8000

Sets and queries the level-2 threshold of the receive port bandwidth usage ratio.

Recv Wrn Value

1 to 10000

Default: 7000

Sets and queries the level-3 threshold of the receive port bandwidth usage ratio.

Egress PIR Bandwidth(kbit/s)

1 Mbit/s(1000), 2 Mbit/s(2000), 3 Mbit/s(3000), 4 Mbit/s(4000), 5 Mbit/s(5000), 6 Mbit/s(6000), 7 Mbit/s(7000), 8 Mbit/s(8000), 9 Mbit/s(9000), 10 Mbit/s(10000), 20 Mbit/s(20000), 30 Mbit/s(30000), 40 Mbit/s(40000), 50 Mbit/s(50000), 100 Mbit/s(100000), 10 Gbit/s(10000000), 40 Gbit/s(40000000), 100 Gbit/s(100000000), No Limit(4294967295)

Default: No Limit(4294967295)

Specifies the Egress PIR Bandwidth(kbit/s).

Table 3-57 Advanced Attributes of U401 Board

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays the virtual Ethernet port, such as Vp0/11/0/40001 to Vp0/11/0/40080.

Interface Position

-

Displays the interface position.

The format of an interface position is "Subrack ID/Slot ID/Board Type/Port Number".

MAC Loop

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

PHY Loop

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Tx Rate

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Rx Rate

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Fcs Check Enable

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Fcs Exc Th

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Fcs SD Th

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Fcs Switch Enable

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Fcs Switch Type

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Inter Packet Gap

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Mdi Mode

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Lfs Enable Status

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Send Srs Value

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Send Gen Value

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Send Wrn Value

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Recv Srs Value

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Recv Gen Value

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Recv Wrn Value

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Egress PIR Bandwidth(kbit/s)

1 Mbit/s(1000), 2 Mbit/s(2000), 3 Mbit/s(3000), 4 Mbit/s(4000), 5 Mbit/s(5000), 6 Mbit/s(6000), 7 Mbit/s(7000), 8 Mbit/s(8000), 9 Mbit/s(9000), 10 Mbit/s(10000), 20 Mbit/s(20000), 30 Mbit/s(30000), 40 Mbit/s(40000), 50 Mbit/s(50000), 100 Mbit/s(100000), 10 Gbit/s(10000000), 40 Gbit/s(40000000), 100 Gbit/s(100000000), No Limit(4294967295)

Default: No Limit(4294967295)

Specifies the Egress PIR Bandwidth(kbit/s).

NOTE:

This parameter is supported only when VPs are configured.

Table 3-58 Advanced Attributes of U402 Board Matching TNU1CTU/TNS1CTU

Field

Value

Description

Port

-

Displays the virtual Ethernet port, such as Vp0/11/0/40001 to Vp0/11/0/40080.

Interface Position

-

Displays the interface position.

The format of an interface position is "Subrack ID/Slot ID/Subboard ID/Port Number".

MAC Loopback

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

PHY Loopback

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Transmission Rate

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Receiving Rate

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Enable Bit Error Detection

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

EXC Threshold for Packet Loss at Port

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

SD Thread for Packet Loss at Port

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Enable Switching Triggered by Bit Error

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Switching Mode Triggered by Bit Error

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Inter Packet Gap(bytes)

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Net Cable Mode

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

LFS Status

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Transmit Port Bandwidth Usage Threshold 1(%)

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Transmit Port Bandwidth Usage Threshold 2(%)

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Transmit Port Bandwidth Usage Threshold 3(%)

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Receive Port Bandwidth Usage Threshold 1(%)

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Receive Port Bandwidth Usage Threshold 2(%)

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Receive Port Bandwidth Usage Threshold 3(%)

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Egress PIR Bandwidth(kbit/s)

1 Mbit/s(1000), 2 Mbit/s(2000), 3 Mbit/s(3000), 4 Mbit/s(4000), 5 Mbit/s(5000), 6 Mbit/s(6000), 7 Mbit/s(7000), 8 Mbit/s(8000), 9 Mbit/s(9000), 10 Mbit/s(10000), 20 Mbit/s(20000), 30 Mbit/s(30000), 40 Mbit/s(40000), 50 Mbit/s(50000), 100 Mbit/s(100000), 10 Gbit/s(10000000), 40 Gbit/s(40000000), 100 Gbit/s(100000000), No Limit(4294967295)

Default: No Limit(4294967295)

Specifies the Egress PIR Bandwidth(kbit/s).

NOTE:

This parameter is supported only when VPs are configured.

Delay State

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Table 3-59 Advanced Attributes of U210 Board

Field

Value

Description

Interface Name

-

Displays the virtual Ethernet port, such as Vp0/11/0/40001 to Vp0/11/0/40080.

Interface Position

-

Displays the interface position.

The format of an interface position is "Subrack ID/Slot ID/Board Type/Port Number".

MAC Loop

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

PHY Loop

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Tx Rate

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Rx Rate

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Fcs Check Enable

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Fcs Exc Th

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Fcs SD Th

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Fcs Switch Enable

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Fcs Switch Type

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Inter Packet Gap

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Mdi Mode

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Lfs Enable Status

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Send Srs Value

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Send Gen Value

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Send Wrn Value

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Recv Srs Value

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Recv Gen Value

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Recv Wrn Value

-

This parameter is unavailable for the board.

Egress PIR Bandwidth(kbit/s)

1 Mbit/s(1000), 2 Mbit/s(2000), 3 Mbit/s(3000), 4 Mbit/s(4000), 5 Mbit/s(5000), 6 Mbit/s(6000), 7 Mbit/s(7000), 8 Mbit/s(8000), 9 Mbit/s(9000), 10 Mbit/s(10000), 20 Mbit/s(20000), 30 Mbit/s(30000), 40 Mbit/s(40000), 50 Mbit/s(50000), 100 Mbit/s(100000), 10 Gbit/s(10000000), 40 Gbit/s(40000000), 100 Gbit/s(100000000), No Limit(4294967295)

Default: No Limit(4294967295)

Specifies the Egress PIR Bandwidth(kbit/s).

NOTE:

This parameter is supported only when VPs are configured.

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