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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: EVPL (QinQ) Services

Configuration Example: EVPL (QinQ) Services

EVPL (QinQ) services implement VLAN nesting. With the continuous increase of network users, original VLAN IDs cannot meet service requirements. You can configure EVPL (QinQ) services using VLAN IDs at different layers to identify users, expanding VLANs.

Networking Diagram

This topic describes the NE networking.

Networking

As shown in Figure 5-5, you can add the same S-VLAN tag to the client-side services with different C-VLAN tags, so that the services can be encapsulated into one VLAN on the transport network for transmission.

  1. The service packets from users A1 and B1 carry different C-VLAN tags and are transmitted to NE1 through Port1 and Port2 respectively. The C-VLAN ID of service packets from user A1 is 10, and that of service packets from user B1 is 20.
  2. When service packets arrive at a carrier network, carrier-defined S-VLANs with VLAN ID 100 are added to the packets.
  3. When the service packets arrive at NE2, the device strips S-VLAN tags from the service packets on the user-side port, and forwards the service packets to the destination users based on the VLAN IDs (10 or 20).
Figure 5-5 Networking (for the E-Line services based on QinQ links)

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 5-6 Signal flow (of the E-Line services based on QinQ links)

Service Planning

This topic describes the planning for the E-Line services based on QinQ links.

Table 5-8 describes the planning for Ethernet interface working modes.

Table 5-8 Working modes of T220E board ports
Item NE1 NE2
Optical Port 69(ClientLP19/ClientLP19) 69(ClientLP19/ClientLP19)
Port Working Mode ODU0 non-convergence mode(Any->ODU0) ODU0 non-convergence mode(Any->ODU0)

Table 5-9 describes the planning for Ethernet interface attributes.

Table 5-9 Ethernet interface attributes (VPs)
Item NE1 NE2 Planning Guidelines
Layer 2 Attributes Interface Name

NE1: shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019)

NE2: shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019)

shelf0(subrack) indicates the subrack of the board, 17 indicates the slot ID of the board, and 40019 indicates the port number.
Encapsulation Type

802.1Q-QinQ

802.1Q-QinQ

For the ports of the E-Line services based on QinQ links, set the value of this parameter to QinQ or 802.1Q-QinQ.
Link Type Tag Aware Tag Aware In this example, all services carry VLAN ID tags. Therefore, the tag attribute of all service ports is Tag Aware.
Table 5-10 Ethernet interface attributes (of client-side ports)
Item NE1 (User A1) NE1 (User B1) NE2 (User A2) NE2 (User B2) Planning Guidelines
General Attributes Interface Name

NE1: shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-13(PORT-13)

NE1: shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-14(PORT-14)

NE2: shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-13(PORT-13)

NE2: shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-14(PORT-14)

shelf0(subrack) indicates the subrack of the board, 1 indicates the slot ID of the board, and 13 indicates the port number.
Work Mode Auto Auto Auto Auto Indicates the working mode of Ethernet ports. In the Auto mode, the optimal combination of working modes can be automatically determined for interconnected ports, facilitating maintenance. Therefore, the Auto mode is recommended.
MTU (byte) 1620 1620 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.
Layer 2 Attributes Interface Name

NE1: shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-13(PORT-13)

NE1: shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-14(PORT-14)

NE2: shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-13(PORT-13)

NE2: shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-14(PORT-14)

shelf0(subrack) indicates the subrack of the board, 1 indicates the slot ID of the board, and 13 indicates the port number.
Encapsulation Type

802.1Q-QinQ

802.1Q-QinQ

802.1Q-QinQ

802.1Q-QinQ

For the ports of the E-Line services based on QinQ links, set the value of this parameter to QinQ or 802.1Q-QinQ.
Link Type Tag Aware Tag Aware Tag Aware Tag Aware In this example, all services carry VLAN ID tags. Therefore, the tag attribute of all service ports is Tag Aware.
Default VLAN ID 10 20 10 20 Indicates the VLAN ID of packets.

Table 5-11 describes the planning for Ethernet sub-interface parameters.

Table 5-11 Ethernet sub-interface parameters
Item NE1 NE2
Interface Number 2 (T220E) 3 (T220E)
Interface Class Sub-interface Sub-interface
Sub-Interface Type QinQLink QinQLink
Port Type VP VP
Port

shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019).2

shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019).2

VLAN 100 100

Table 5-12 describes the planning for E-Line service parameters.

Table 5-12 E-Line service parameters (user A)
Item NE1 (User A1-VP1) NE2 (User A2-VP1)
Service ID 20 30
Service Type UNI-UNI UNI-UNI
MTU(bytes) 1500 1500
L2VPN-AC-Port

shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-13(PORT-13)

shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019).2

shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-13(PORT-13)

shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019).2

Table 5-13 E-Line service parameters (user B)
Item NE1 (User B1-VP1) NE2 (User B2-VP1)
Service ID 21 31
Service Type UNI-UNI UNI-UNI
MTU(bytes) 1500 1500
L2VPN-AC-Port

shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-14(PORT-14)

shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019).2

shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-14(PORT-14)

shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019).2

Table 5-14 describes the planning for WDM cross-connection service parameters.

Table 5-14 WDM cross-connection service parameters
Item NE1 (T220E-N402) NE2 (T220E-N402)
Level ODU0 ODU0
Direction Bidirectional Bidirectional
Source Slot

shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E

shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E

Source Optical Port 69(ClientLP19/ClientLP19) 69(ClientLP19/ClientLP19)
Source Optical Channel 1 1
Sink Slot

shelf0(subrack)-3-U2N402

shelf0(subrack)-14-U2N402

Sink Optical Port 1(IN1/OUT1) 1(IN1/OUT1)
Activate Immediately Active Active

Configuring E-Line Services on a Per-NE Basis

This topic describes how to configure QinQ link–based E-Line services on a per-NE basis according to the service planning.

Prerequisites

  • You are an NMS user with "Operator Group" 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. Configure E-Line services for NE1.

    NOTE:
    In this step, you need only to set NE1 parameters according to the planning table.

    1. Set the port type to Ethernet Port of port RX13/TX13 on the T220E board. For details, see Setting the Port Type.
    2. Set the port working mode for a T220E board.

      Table 5-15 Working modes of T220E board ports
      Item NE1 NE2
      Optical Port 69(ClientLP19/ClientLP19) 69(ClientLP19/ClientLP19)
      Port Working Mode ODU0 non-convergence mode(Any->ODU0) ODU0 non-convergence mode(Any->ODU0)

    3. Set Ethernet interface attributes. For the E-Line services based on QinQ links, you must configure basic attributes and Layer 2 attributes.

      1. Set the attributes of virtual ports (VPs) inside the T220E board.
        Table 5-16 Ethernet interface attributes (VPs)
        Item NE1 NE2 Planning Guidelines
        Layer 2 Attributes Interface Name

        NE1: shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019)

        NE2: shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019)

        shelf0(subrack) indicates the subrack of the board, 17 indicates the slot ID of the board, and 40019 indicates the port number.
        Encapsulation Type

        802.1Q-QinQ

        802.1Q-QinQ

        For the ports of the E-Line services based on QinQ links, set the value of this parameter to QinQ or 802.1Q-QinQ.
        Link Type Tag Aware Tag Aware In this example, all services carry VLAN ID tags. Therefore, the tag attribute of all service ports is Tag Aware.
      2. Set the client-side port attributes of the T220E board.
        Table 5-17 Ethernet interface attributes (of client-side ports)
        Item NE1 (User A1) NE1 (User B1) NE2 (User A2) NE2 (User B2) Planning Guidelines
        General Attributes Interface Name

        NE1: shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-13(PORT-13)

        NE1: shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-14(PORT-14)

        NE2: shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-13(PORT-13)

        NE2: shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-14(PORT-14)

        shelf0(subrack) indicates the subrack of the board, 1 indicates the slot ID of the board, and 13 indicates the port number.
        Work Mode Auto Auto Auto Auto Indicates the working mode of Ethernet ports. In the Auto mode, the optimal combination of working modes can be automatically determined for interconnected ports, facilitating maintenance. Therefore, the Auto mode is recommended.
        MTU (byte) 1620 1620 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.
        Layer 2 Attributes Interface Name

        NE1: shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-13(PORT-13)

        NE1: shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-14(PORT-14)

        NE2: shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-13(PORT-13)

        NE2: shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-14(PORT-14)

        shelf0(subrack) indicates the subrack of the board, 1 indicates the slot ID of the board, and 13 indicates the port number.
        Encapsulation Type

        802.1Q-QinQ

        802.1Q-QinQ

        802.1Q-QinQ

        802.1Q-QinQ

        For the ports of the E-Line services based on QinQ links, set the value of this parameter to QinQ or 802.1Q-QinQ.
        Link Type Tag Aware Tag Aware Tag Aware Tag Aware In this example, all services carry VLAN ID tags. Therefore, the tag attribute of all service ports is Tag Aware.
        Default VLAN ID 10 20 10 20 Indicates the VLAN ID of packets.

    4. Create Ethernet sub-interfaces for the T220E board. For details about the procedure, see Creating Ethernet Virtual Interfaces.

      Table 5-18 Ethernet sub-interface parameters
      Item NE1 NE2
      Interface Number 2 (T220E) 3 (T220E)
      Interface Class Sub-interface Sub-interface
      Sub-Interface Type QinQLink QinQLink
      Port Type VP VP
      Port

      shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019).2

      shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019).2

      VLAN 100 100

    5. Configure E-Line services for the channels from T220E client-side ports to VPs.

      1. Configure E-Line services for NE1 (user A1-VCTRUNK1).
        Table 5-19 E-Line service parameters (user A)
        Item NE1 (User A1-VP1) NE2 (User A2-VP1)
        Service ID 20 30
        Service Type UNI-UNI UNI-UNI
        MTU(bytes) 1500 1500
        L2VPN-AC-Port

        shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-13(PORT-13)

        shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019).2

        shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-13(PORT-13)

        shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019).2

      2. Configure E-Line services for NE1 (user B1-VCTRUNK1).
        Table 5-20 E-Line service parameters (user B)
        Item NE1 (User B1-VP1) NE2 (User B2-VP1)
        Service ID 21 31
        Service Type UNI-UNI UNI-UNI
        MTU(bytes) 1500 1500
        L2VPN-AC-Port

        shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-14(PORT-14)

        shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019).2

        shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-14(PORT-14)

        shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E-40019(PORT-40019).2

    6. Configure cross-connection services for the channels from the T220E board to the N402board.

      Table 5-21 WDM cross-connection service parameters
      Item NE1 (T220E-N402) NE2 (T220E-N402)
      Level ODU0 ODU0
      Direction Bidirectional Bidirectional
      Source Slot

      shelf0(subrack)-17-V2T220E

      shelf0(subrack)-1-V2T220E

      Source Optical Port 69(ClientLP19/ClientLP19) 69(ClientLP19/ClientLP19)
      Source Optical Channel 1 1
      Sink Slot

      shelf0(subrack)-3-U2N402

      shelf0(subrack)-14-U2N402

      Sink Optical Port 1(IN1/OUT1) 1(IN1/OUT1)
      Activate Immediately Active Active

  2. Configure E-Line services for NE2 with reference to 1.
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