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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: CES Service

Parameter Description: CES Service

This topic describes the parameters related to the CES service configuration.

Table 4-40 EC116/EC404 Descriptions of the parameters for regenerator section overhead

Field

Value

Description

Object

the subrack ID of the board/slot ID of the board/number of subcards on the board/1 - n

Indicates the port name.

  • For example, 0/5/0/1 , 0 indicates the subrack ID of the board, 5 indicates the slot ID of the board, 0 indicates the number of subcards on the board,1 indicates the port number.

J0 to be Sent (Mode)

SDH Mode

SDHCRC Mode

Single-Byte Mode

Sets the J0 to be sent of the port. Where, [Mode] indicates the byte mode of the J0 byte to be sent, which includes the SDH Mode, SDHCRC Mode, and Single-Byte Mode.

Double-click this column to set the J0 to be sent of the port.

J0 to be Sent (Content)

Example: HuaWei SBS

The "content" indicates the value of the J0 byte to be sent.

J0 to be Received (Mode)

SDH Mode

SDHCRC Mode

Single-Byte Mode

Disable

Sets the J0 to be received of the port. Where, [Mode] indicates the byte mode of the J0 byte to be received, which includes the single-byte mode, 16-byte SDH mode, and 16-byte SDH CRC mode, disable mode, Disable.

Double-click this column to set the J0 to be received of the port.

J0 to be Received (Content)

Example: HuaWei SBS

The "content" indicates the value of the J0 byte to be received.

J0 Received (Mode)

SDH Mode

SDHCRC Mode

Single-Byte Mode

Disable

Queries the Mode J0 received of the port.

J0 Received (Content)

-

Queries the regenerator section trace byte J0 received of the port.

Table 4-41 EC116/EC404 Trace Byte J1

Field

Value

Description

Object

the VC4 path,the subrack ID of the board/slot ID of the board/number of subcards on the board/the port number:the VC4 Path number

Indicates the port name.

  • For example, VC4 0/5/0/2:1 , VC4 indicates the VC4 path,0 indicates the subrack ID of the board, 5 indicates the slot ID of the board, 0 indicates the number of subcards on the board,2 indicates the port number,1 indicates the VC4 Path number.

J1 to be Sent (Mode)

SDH Mode

SDHCRC Mode

SONET Mode

Single-Byte Mode

Sets the higher-order path overhead byte J1 to be sent. [Mode] indicates whether the overhead byte is of the SDH Mode, SDHCRC Mode, SONET Mode,and Single-Byte Mode.

Object: VC4 path

It is applicable to SDH line boards. The default value is usually used, but in the case of Huawei equipment interconnecting with third-party equipment, you need to set the same value as J1 to be sent of the opposite end.

J1 to be Sent (Content)

Example: HuaWei SBS

The "content" indicates the value of the J1 byte to be sent.

J1 to be Received (Mode)

SDH Mode

SDHCRC Mode

SONET Mode

Single-Byte Mode

Disable

Sets the higher-order path overhead byte J1 to be received. [Mode] indicates whether the overhead byte is of the SDH Mode, SDHCRC Mode, SONET Mode,Single-Byte Mode,and Disable.

Object: VC4 path

It is applicable to SDH line boards. The default value is usually used, but in the case of Huawei equipment interconnecting with third-party equipment, you need to set the same value as J1 to be sent of the opposite end.

J1 to be Received (Content)

Example: HuaWei SBS

The "content" indicates the value of the J1 byte to be received.

J1 Received (Mode)

SDH Mode

SDHCRC Mode

SONET Mode

Single-Byte Mode

Disable

Queries the higher-order path overhead byte J1 received. The NE reports an alarm if the byte is different from the J1 to be received. [Mode] indicates whether the overhead byte is of the single-byte mode, 16-byte mode or 64-byte mode.

J1 Received (Content)

-

Queries the Content byte J1 received of the port.

Table 4-42 EC116/EC404 Signal Flag C2

Field

Value

Description

Object

the VC4 path,the subrack ID of the board/slot ID of the board/number of subcards on the board/the port number:the VC4 Path number

Indicates the port name.

  • For example, VC4 0/5/0/2:1 , VC4 indicates the VC4 path,0 indicates the subrack ID of the board, 5 indicates the slot ID of the board, 0 indicates the number of subcards on the board,2 indicates the port number,1 indicates the VC4 Path number.

C2 to be sent

UNEQ;

UNSP;

TUGS;

TULOCK;

Asyn;

A140;

ATM;

MAN;

FDDI;

PPP;

LAPS;

Setsdl;

Enet;

GFP;

Reserve;

Reserve;

Reserve;

Null;

Null;

VC-AIS;

Sets the signal label byte C2 to be sent.

Object: VC4 path

It is applicable to SDH line boards. The default value is usually used, but when accessing signals of non-TUG structure (for example, ATM, FDDI), you need to set the C2 to be sent as required.

C2 to be received

UNEQ;

UNSP;

TUGS;

TULOCK;

Asyn;

A140;

ATM;

MAN;

FDDI;

PPP;

LAPS;

Setsdl;

Enet;

GFP;

Reserve;

Reserve;

Reserve;

Null;

Null;

VC-AIS;

Sets the signal label byte C2 to be received.

Object: VC4 path

It is applicable to SDH line boards. The default value is usually used, but when accessing signals of non-TUG structure (for example, ATM, FDDI), you need to set the C2 to be sent as required.

C2 received

For example: UNEQ

Queries the signal label byte C2 received. Reports an alarm if it is different from the C2 to be received.

Table 4-43 EC116/EC404 Trace Byte J2

Field

Value

Description

Object

the VC12 path,the subrack ID of the board/slot ID of the board/number of subcards on the board/the port number:the VC4 Path number:the VC16 Path number

Indicates the port name.

  • For example, VC12 0/5/0/6:1:2 , VC12 indicates the VC12 path,0 indicates the subrack ID of the board, 5 indicates the slot ID of the board, 0 indicates the number of subcards on the board,6 indicates the port number,1 indicates the VC4 Path number,2 indicates the VC12 Path number.

J2 to be Sent (Mode)

SDH Mode

Single-Byte Mode

Sets the VC12 Path overhead byte J2 to be sent, and a maximum of 15 bytes can be filled in. [Mode] indicates whether the overhead byte is of the SDH Mode, Single-Byte Mode.

Object: tributary path

J2 to be Sent (Content)

For example: HuaWei SBS

The "content" indicates the value of the J1 byte to be sent.

J2 to be Received (Mode)

SDH Mode

Single-Byte Mode

Disable

Sets the VC12 Path overhead byte J2 to be sent, and a maximum of 15 bytes can be filled in. [Mode] indicates whether the overhead byte is of the SDH Mode, Single-Byte Mode,Disable.

Object: tributary path

J2 to be Received (Content)

For example: HuaWei SBS

The "content" indicates the value of the J1 byte to be received.

J2 Received (Mode)

SDH Mode

Single-Byte Mode

Disable

Queries the Mode J0 received of the port.

J2 Received (Content)

-

Queries the Content J0 received of the port.

Table 4-44 EC116/EC404 Signal Flag V5

Field

Value

Description

Object

the VC12 path,the subrack ID of the board/slot ID of the board/number of subcards on the board/the port number:the VC4 Path number:the VC16 Path number

Indicates the port name.

  • For example, VC12 0/5/0/6:1:2 , VC12 indicates the VC12 path,0 indicates the subrack ID of the board, 5 indicates the slot ID of the board, 0 indicates the number of subcards on the board,6 indicates the port number,1 indicates the VC4 Path number,2 indicates the VC12 Path number.

V5 to be Sent

Uneq;

UNSP;

Async;

Bit Sync;

Byte Sync;

Reserve;

Null;

VC-AIS;

Other;

ATM;

HDLC/PPP;

HDLC/LAPS;

Null;

GFP;

The VC12 Path overhead byte V5 can monitor BER, label signal and display the status of VC12 Path. Here you can query the V5 to be sent.

V5 to be Received

Uneq;

UNSP;

Async;

Bit Sync;

Byte Sync;

Reserve;

Null;

VC-AIS;

Other;

ATM;

HDLC/PPP;

HDLC/LAPS;

Null;

GFP;

Queries the VC12 Path overhead byte V5 to be received.

V5 Received

For example: Uneq

Queries the received VC12 Path overhead byte V5.

Table 4-45 Descriptions of the parameters for PW basic attributes of CES service management

Parameter

Value

Description

Service ID

A string of 1 to 31 case-sensitive characters

Specifies the ID of the service.

Service Type

UNI-UNI, UNI-NNI

Displays the mode of the CES service.

  • UNI-UNI: uses circuit cross connect (CCC) to implement L2VPN. CCC encapsulates each user packet with one manually specified label.
  • UNI-NNI: uses static virtual circuit (SVC) to implement L2VPN. SVC encapsulates each user packet with two labels: one manually specified private label and one public label assigned by LDP or borrowing from an existing LSP. SVC does not support local connections.

PW Type

CESoPSN, SAToP, and CEP

Specifies a PW type.
  • Structure-Aware TDM Circuit Emulation Service over Packet Switched Network (CESoPSN): Timeslot compression is supported.
  • Structure-Agnostic Time Division Multiplexing over Packet (SAToP): Timeslot compression is not supported.
  • Circuit Emulation over Packet (CEP): VC4 and VC4(3 x VC3) CES services have a fixed PW type of CEP.

Service name

A string of 1 to 64 case-sensitive characters

Specifies a service name.

Service Type of CES

P2P

Specifies that common user packets are transmitted.

L2VPN AC List
NOTE:

One or two AC interfaces can be configured.

One or two AC interfaces can be configured.

You can add an AC interface by clicking the symbol on the left.

Port

-

Specifies an AC interface.

PW Configuration List

NOTE:

Zero to four PWs can be configured.

You can add a PW by clicking the symbol on the left.

PW Role

Primary, Backup, or Bypass

Specifies a PW role.

  • Primary: working PW in PW APS or MC-PW APS
  • Backup: protection PW in PW APS or MC-PW APS
  • Bypass: DNI-PW in MC-PW APS

PW ID

Integer ranging from 1 to 4294967295

Specifies a PW ID.

Peer LSR ID

-

Specifies the IP address of the peer device of a PW.

PW Signal Type

Static

Specifies a PW signal type. Only the static type is supported.

Static: Incoming and outgoing labels of PWs need to be assigned manually or automatically by the U2000.

PW Direction

Bidirection

Specifies a PW direction. Only bidirectional PWs are supported.

PW Outgoing Label

16 to 1048575

Specifies the label sent.

PW Incoming Label

16 to 1048575

Specifies the label received.

Control Word

Not used, Must be used, or Preferentially used

Specifies whether the Control Word field is used by a PW. A PW control word is used for PW packet order detection and packet fragmentation and reassembly on the forwarding plane.

Control Word on the two ends of a PW must be assigned the same value. If the values are different, services are interrupted.

When PW ping and traceroute functions are not required for CES services, set Control Word as Not used to save network-side bandwidth.

If a dynamic PW that does not use Control Word need to use Control Word, Control Word on the two ends of the PW must be assigned Must be used.

Tunnel

0 to 64 characters

Specifies the name of a tunnel that is manually specified to carry a PW.

Tunnel Type

MPLS

Specifies the type of a tunnel that is manually specified to carry a PW.

PW Status

Enable,Disable

Specifies a PW status.

  • PW Disable: A PW does not send traffic to the network side, and the service is interrupted.
  • PW enable: A PW sends traffic to the network side.

LMR Enable

Enable,Disable

Enables or disables the alarm transparent transmission of a CES service. If the alarm transparent transmission of a CES service is enabled, the fault is notified to the remote equipment and an alarm is reported when the AC side of a corresponding service is faulty.

Threshold of Entering R Bit Inserting Status

1 to 65535, with a default value of 100

When alarm transparent transmission is enabled and the number of consecutive packets discarded by an NE exceeds the threshold, the logic automatically inserts R bits to the network side and reports an alarm.

Threshold of Exiting R Bit Inserting Status

1 to 65535, with a default value of 5

When alarm transparent transmission is enabled and the number of packets received by an NE falls below the threshold, the logic automatically stops inserting R bits to the network side and clears the alarm.

Time of TDM frames(us)

250 to 3000

Indicates the packet loading time.

Number frames encapsulated in a packet = Packet loading time/125 It takes a PW packet 125 us to encapsulate one TDM frame. If the packet loading time is 1 ms, each PW packet can encapsulate eight TDM frames.

NOTE:
  • The number of frames encapsulated in a packet must be the same on the two end of a PW. Otherwise, services are interrupted.
  • The time of TDM frames encapsulated in a packet cannot be modified for local CES services and CEP services.
Jitter Compensation Buffering Time

125 to 64000 (default: 8000)

Specifies a jitter buffering time, expressed in microseconds.

Sequence Number Mode

  • Huawei mode
  • Standard mode

Specifies the sequence number mode of a TDM control word.

RTP Header

false, standard, or private

Indicates the RTP header. The RTP head carries clock signals.

  • false: The RTP header is not set.
  • standard: Standard RTP header is used.
  • private: Huawei RTP header is used.

Payload Compression

disable or uneq

This parameter must be set when the PW is CEP. When an AIS is generated or packets are not loaded on the AC side, the payload (CEP and RTP headers excluded) of PW packets can be compressed. By default, payload compression is disabled for normal services.
  • uneq: The payload is compressed using the DBA algorithm.
  • disable: Payload compression is disabled.

CES Level

Disabled, VC12, VC4

This parameter is required in case of a multi-segment PW (MS-PW).

Reliability List

S

Protection Mode

APS mode

Specifies a primary and secondary PW switching mode.

Dual-Receiving by Primary and secondary PWs

Enabled or Disabled

Enables or disables both the primary and secondary PWs to receive or from receiving packets.

Protection Group ID

1 to 65535

Specifies a PW-APS instance ID.

Admin/Reference

-

Configures a type of the PW protection group associated with the PW APS instance.

Table 4-46 Descriptions of the parameters for QoS of CES Service Management

Field

Value

Description

Peer LSR ID

-

Specifies the IP address of the peer device of a PW.

PW ID

Example: 5

Sets the ID of the PW.

PW Type

CESoPSN, SAToP, CEP

Specifies a PW type.
  • Structure-Aware TDM Circuit Emulation Service over Packet Switched Network (CESoPSN): Timeslot compression is supported.
  • Structure-Agnostic Time Division Multiplexing over Packet (SAToP): Timeslot compression is not supported.
  • Circuit Emulation over Packet (CEP): VC4 and VC4(3 x VC3) CES services have a fixed PW type of CEP.

Direction

Egress, Ingress

Displays the direction of the PW.

Egress indicates the PW out-going direction.

Ingress indicates the PW in-coming direction.

EXP

None, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

Sets and displays the EXP priority.

7 indicates the highest priority.

CIR (kbit/s)

Example: 2048

Displays the committed bandwidth of the QoS.

The committed bandwidth of the QoS indicates the minimum bandwidth available to the service.

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