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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: Configuring EVPL (LAN) Services

Configuration Example: Configuring EVPL (LAN) Services

This topic uses EVPL (LAN) services as an example to describe how to configure packet services on an EoO board according to the network plan.

Networking Diagram

This topic describes the NE networking.

Networking

On the network shown in Figure 5-2, service requirements are as follows:
  1. The Ethernet services of user A1 are connected to NE1 through the Port15 port. The C-VLAN ID of user A1's service packets is 201.
  2. After the service packets are transmitted over the carrier network and reach NE2, NE2 forwards the service packets to the corresponding target user based on the user VLAN ID (that is 201 for user A1).
Figure 5-2 Networking (VLAN-based E-Line services)

Service Signal Flow

Different VLAN ID tags are added to multiple client services that are received by external ports on an Ethernet board, and the client services are transmitted over the same VPs. In this manner, client service isolation is achieved. After the client services reach the sink node, multiple client services are forwarded from different port.

Figure 5-3 Signal flow (VLAN-based E-Line services)

Service Planning

This topic describes service planning information about VLAN-based E-Line services.

Table 5-2 describes the planning for Ethernet interface attributes.

Table 5-2 Ethernet interface attributes
Item NE1 NE2 Planning Guidelines
General Attributes Interface Name
NE1:
  • Client-side port: 22-TNV2T220E-15(PORT-15)
  • VP port: shelf0(subrack)-22-V2T220E-40011(PORT-40011)
NE2:
  • Client-side port: 10-TNV2T220E-15(PORT-15)
  • VP port:shelf0(subrack)-10-V2T220E-40011(PORT-40011)
shelf0(subrack) indicates the subrack of the board, 22 or 10 indicates the slot ID of the board, 15 indicates the client-side port number, and 40011 indicates the VP port number.
Work Mode Auto Auto Indicates the working mode of Ethernet ports. The Auto mode is recommended. In the Auto mode, the optimal combination of working modes can be automatically determined for interconnected ports, facilitating maintenance.
NOTE:

Parameter Work Mode of a VP port uses the default value. Currently, it cannot be set.

MTU (byte) 1620 1620 The default MTU value is 1620. To transmit JUMBO frames with ultra-large sizes, set this parameter according to the sizes of the JUMBO frames.
NOTE:

Parameter MTU of a VP port uses the default value. Currently, it cannot be set.

Layer 2 Attributes Interface Name
NE1:
  • Client-side port: 22-TNV2T220E-15(PORT-15)
  • VP port: shelf0(subrack)-22-V2T220E-40011(PORT-40011)
NE2:
  • Client-side port: 10-TNV2T220E-15(PORT-15)
  • VP port: shelf0(subrack)-10-V2T220E-40011(PORT-40011)
shelf0(subrack) indicates the subrack of the board, 22 or 10 indicates the slot ID of the board, 15 indicates the client-side port number, and 40011 indicates the VP port number.
Encapsulation Type

802.1Q

802.1Q

For the port that transparently transmits services in point-to-point mode, set this parameter to 802.1Q.
Link Type Tag Aware Tag Aware In this example, services that carry VLAN tags must be transparently transmitted. Therefore, the TAG attribute of service ports can be set to Tag Aware.

Table 5-3 describes the planning for service trail parameters.

Table 5-3 Service trail parameters
Item Value
Level ODU0
Direction Bidirectional
Source Board shelf0(subrack)-22-V2T220E
Channel 1
Available Timeslots/Port 61(ClientLP11)
Port Working Mode ODU0 non-convergence mode(Any->ODU0)
Sink Board shelf0(subrack)-10-V2T220E
Channel 1
Available Timeslots/Port 61(ClientLP11)
Port Working Mode ODU0 non-convergence mode(Any->ODU0)
Activate Immediately Active

Table 5-4 describes the planning for E-Line service parameters.

Table 5-4 E-Line service parameters
Item Value
Service Name EVPL(LAN)-1
Source Node NE1
Board shelf0(subrack)-22-TNV2T220E
In Interface 22-TNV2T220E-15(PORT-15)
In C-VLAN 201
Out Interface 22-TNV2T220E-40011
Out C-VLAN 201
Sink Node NE2
Board shelf0(subrack)-10-TNV2T220E
In Interface 10-TNV2T220E-40011
In C-VLAN 201
Out Interface 10-TNV2T220E-15(PORT-15)
Out C-VLAN 201

Process of Service Configuration in E2E Mode

This topic describes how to configure E-Line services that are transparently transmitted in point-to-point mode in E2E mode based on service planning.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NMS user with "Administrators" privilege or higher.
  • You must understand the networking, requirements, and service planning of the example.
  • Inter- and intra-station physical and logical fiber connections have been correctly created.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials

NMS

Procedure

  1. Set the RX15/TX15 port type of the T220E boards on NE1 and NE2 to Ethernet Port. For details, see Setting the Port Type.

    Item

    NE1 NE2

    Port

    15(RX15/TX15) 15(RX15/TX15)

    Type

    Ethernet Port Ethernet Port

  2. Set the client-side port and VP port attributes of T220E boards on NE1 and NE2. For the VLAN-based E-Line services, you must configure basic attributes and Layer 2 attributes. For details, see Configuring an Ethernet Port.

    Table 5-5 Ethernet interface attributes
    Item NE1 NE2 Planning Guidelines
    General Attributes Interface Name
    NE1:
    • Client-side port: 22-TNV2T220E-15(PORT-15)
    • VP port: shelf0(subrack)-22-V2T220E-40011(PORT-40011)
    NE2:
    • Client-side port: 10-TNV2T220E-15(PORT-15)
    • VP port:shelf0(subrack)-10-V2T220E-40011(PORT-40011)
    shelf0(subrack) indicates the subrack of the board, 22 or 10 indicates the slot ID of the board, 15 indicates the client-side port number, and 40011 indicates the VP port number.
    Work Mode Auto Auto Indicates the working mode of Ethernet ports. The Auto mode is recommended. In the Auto mode, the optimal combination of working modes can be automatically determined for interconnected ports, facilitating maintenance.
    NOTE:

    Parameter Work Mode of a VP port uses the default value. Currently, it cannot be set.

    MTU (byte) 1620 1620 The default MTU value is 1620. To transmit JUMBO frames with ultra-large sizes, set this parameter according to the sizes of the JUMBO frames.
    NOTE:

    Parameter MTU of a VP port uses the default value. Currently, it cannot be set.

    Layer 2 Attributes Interface Name
    NE1:
    • Client-side port: 22-TNV2T220E-15(PORT-15)
    • VP port: shelf0(subrack)-22-V2T220E-40011(PORT-40011)
    NE2:
    • Client-side port: 10-TNV2T220E-15(PORT-15)
    • VP port: shelf0(subrack)-10-V2T220E-40011(PORT-40011)
    shelf0(subrack) indicates the subrack of the board, 22 or 10 indicates the slot ID of the board, 15 indicates the client-side port number, and 40011 indicates the VP port number.
    Encapsulation Type

    802.1Q

    802.1Q

    For the port that transparently transmits services in point-to-point mode, set this parameter to 802.1Q.
    Link Type Tag Aware Tag Aware In this example, services that carry VLAN tags must be transparently transmitted. Therefore, the TAG attribute of service ports can be set to Tag Aware.

  3. Create E2E ODUk trails between NE1 and NE2. For details, see Creating ODUk Trails.

    NOTE:

    During the trail creation process, click Working Mode Settings in the Select Board Port-Source and Select Board Port-Sink dialog boxes and set the working modes of the source and sink ports based on the network planning.

    Table 5-6 Service trail parameters
    Item Value
    Level ODU0
    Direction Bidirectional
    Source Board shelf0(subrack)-22-V2T220E
    Channel 1
    Available Timeslots/Port 61(ClientLP11)
    Port Working Mode ODU0 non-convergence mode(Any->ODU0)
    Sink Board shelf0(subrack)-10-V2T220E
    Channel 1
    Available Timeslots/Port 61(ClientLP11)
    Port Working Mode ODU0 non-convergence mode(Any->ODU0)
    Activate Immediately Active

  4. Configure VLAN-based E-Line services between NE1 and NE2.
    1. Choose Service > Native Ethernet Service > Create E-Line Service from the main menu.
    2. Set Service Name to a desired value, such as EVPL(LAN)-1.
    3. In the physical topology on the right, double-click NE1. In the Select Source window that is displayed, choose the source port for an E2E trail and click OK.

      Item Value
      Board shelf0(subrack)-22-TNV2T220E
      Port 22-TNV2T220E-15(PORT-15)
      C-VLAN 201

    4. In the physical topology on the right, double-click NE2. In the Select Sink window that is displayed, choose the sink port for an E2E trail and click OK.

      Item Value
      Board shelf0(subrack)-10-TNV2T220E
      Port 10-TNV2T220E-15(PORT-15)
      C-VLAN 201

    5. In the Node List dialog box that is displayed at the bottom of the topology view, set Out Interface of NE1 and In Interface of NE2, and click OK.

      Node Value
      NE1 Out Interface: 22-TNV2T220E-40011
      NE2 In Interface: 10-TNV2T220E-40011

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