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OSN 9800 V100 Configuration Guide 03

This document introduces service configuration process for OSN 9800.
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Configuring Virtual Ports for Universal Line Boards

Configuring Virtual Ports for Universal Line Boards

Before using a universal line board to carry packet or SDH services, configure virtual ports and mapping paths on the universal line board according to the service plan.

Prerequisites

  • You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.
  • The universal line board must be created.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

U2000

Procedure

  1. Select the universal line board in the NE Explorer and choose Configuration > Virtual Port Mapping Management from the navigation tree.
  2. Set Port Type, Bandwidth and Quantity, then click Add.

    Figure 3-19 Add ETH Virtual Port

    Figure 3-20 Add SDH Virtual Port

  3. Optional: Click Virtual Port and select the desired virtual port number based on the service plan.

    Figure 3-21 Set ETH Virtual Port

    Figure 3-22 Set SDH Virtual Port

  4. Click the Mapping TO ODUk drop-down list and select a desired ODUk mapping path.

    Figure 3-23 Set ETH Virtual Port Mapping

    Figure 3-24 Set SDH Virtual Port Mapping

    Table 3-12 Parameters for configuring virtual ports and mapping paths
    Parameter Value Range Description
    Port Type

    ETH

    SDH

    Specifies the access service type.
    • When add the packet services, set Port Type to ETH.
    • When add the SDH services, set Port Type to SDH.
    Level

    STM-64, STM-16

    Specifies the service speed level.

    This parameter is not supported when packet services are received or transmitted on a port. This parameter can be set only when the Port Type is SDH.

    Bandwidth

    GE, 2GE, 10GE, 40GE, 100GE, nGE

    Default: GE

    Specifies the maximum bandwidth of services received or transmitted on a port.
    NOTE:

    You are advised to set the maximum bandwidth of a port based on the actual packet traffic on the network.

    This parameter can be set only when the Port Type is ETH.

    Quantity

    1 to 80

    Default: 1

    NOTE:

    The value range of this parameter depends on the number of configured virtual ports and the remaining available virtual port resources.

    Specifies the number of virtual ports to be added.

    Virtual Port

    ETH: 40001(V_ETH-1) to 40032(V_ETH-32)

    SDH:
    • 9800 U series: 51(V_SDH-1) to 58(V_SDH-8)
    • 9800 M24: 51(V_SDH-1) to 66(V_SDH-16)

    Specifies the virtual port number.

    NOTE:
    These virtual SDH ports can be divided into two groups: 51(V_SDH-1) to 54(V_SDH-4), 55(V_SDH-5) to 58(V_SDH-8). When configuring virtual SDH ports, observe the following requirements:
    • Only the following two virtual SDH ports can be provisioned with STM-64 services: 51(V_SDH-1) and 55(V_SDH-5).
    • In each group, if one port is provisioned with an STM-16 service, the remaining ports cannot be provisioned with STM-64 services.
    • When configuring STM-16 services for the virtual ports, use the sequential ports. For example, to configure an STM-16 on five of the virtual SDH ports, use 51(V_SDH-1), 52(V_SDH-2), 53(V_SDH-3), 54(V_SDH-4) and 55(V_SDH-5).
    Mapping ODUk

    The available mapping path is related to the type of universal line board, the port type and level/bandwidth that have been set.

    Specifies the physical port number used for mapping a virtual port into ODUk.

    NOTE:

    When packet or SDH services are provisioned, the universal line boards support only the Assign random mode, but do not support the Assign consecutive mode and the relevant mapping path.

    Occupied ODTUK Timeslots

    1 to 80

    Default:1

    Specifies the number of ODTUk timeslots occupied for mapping a virtual port into ODUk.

    The rule for calculating the value of Occupied ODUTUk Timeslots is as follows: Value = Service rate mapping the service type configured at a port/Bandwidth of each TS subtimeslot (1.25 Gbit/s). If the value is not an integer, the value is the quotient plus 1. For example, if an 8GE service is received, the value of Occupied ODUTUk Timeslots is 7 (8 Gbit/s/1.25 Gbit/s = 6.4, 6 + 1 = 7).

    Relationship with Other Parameters:

    This parameter is valid only when Port Type is set to ETH and Mapped ODUk is set to an ODUflex-level value.

  5. Click Apply. The Operation Result dialog box will be displayed.
  6. Click Close.

Follow-up Procedure

To adjust virtual ports, perform the following steps:
  1. Select a virtual port to be adjusted, and click Delete. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click Yes.
  2. See steps 1 to 6 to add required virtual ports.
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