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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: E-Line Service

Parameter Description: E-Line Service

This topic describes the parameters related to the E-Line service configuration.

E-Line Service Parameters (Configuration on a Per-NE Basis)

This topic describes the parameters, such as Service Name, Service ID, Direction, and Bearer Type, for configuring an E-Line service.

Table 3-62 lists the parameters for configuring an E-Line service.

Table 3-62 Parameters for configuring an E-Line service

Field

Value

Description

Service ID

For example, 11

Displays or specifies the ID of the Ethernet service.

Service Type

UNI-UNI, UNI-NNI

Displays or specifies the type of the Ethernet service.

PW Type

Ethernet, Ethernet Tag Mode

Specifies the service type when Service Type is set to UNI-UNI.

Specifies the PW signaling type when Service Type is set to UNI-UNI.

The values of PW Type must be the same at the source and sink ends of a PW.

Service Name

For example, test

Displays or specifies the name of the Ethernet service.

MTU(bytes)

64-9600

Default: 1500

Indicates the maximum transmission unit of a service, that is, the length of the data (payload) in an Ethernet frame.
NOTE:
This parameter is invalid for OptiX OSN 9800.

Service Tag Role

User, Service

Default: User

Specifies how C-VLAN/S-VLAN tags of packets are processed.

  • User: C-VLAN/S-VLAN tags of packets are used as user VLAN tags, and are processed when the packets are forwarded.
  • Service: C-VLAN/S-VLAN tags of packets are used as service VLAN tags, and are not processed when the packets are forwarded.

Port

For example, Shelf0(subrack)-15-V1E124-1(PORT-1)

Displays or specifies the user-side port or network-side port.

PW Role

Working, Protection, DNI

Specifies the role type for the PW.

PW ID

1-4294967295

Default: /

Identifies the PW.

Peer LSR ID

For example, 172.16.0.1

Displays or specifies the LSR ID of the remote device.

PW Signaling Type

Static

Displays or specifies the PW signaling type.

PW Direction

Bidirection

Displays or specifies the direction of the PW.

PW Outgoing label

For example, 1

Value range: 0 to 1048575

Displays or specifies the egress label of the PW.

PW Incoming label

For example, 16

Value range: 16 to 1048575

Displays or specifies the ingress label of the PW.

Control Word

Use preferred, Not in use, Use required

Specifies whether to enable the control word (CW) for the PW.
NOTE:

A CW is a 4-byte encapsulation packet header. It is used in MPLS packet switched networks for checking packet sequence, fragmenting packets, and reassemblying packets on the forwarding plane.

Tunnel

For example, 1

Value range: 0 to 64

Displays or specifies the tunnel ID of the PW.

Tunnel Type

MPLS

Displays or specifies the tunnel type of the PW.

PW Status

Enabled, Disabled

Displays or specifies the enablement status of the PW.

Protection Mode

APS mode

Specifies the protection mode for the PW.

Dual-receiving by Primary and Secondary PWs

Disabled, Enabled

Specifies the enable status of dual receiving for the PW.

Protection Group ID

For example, 1

Value range: 1 to 65535

Specifies the protection group ID for the PW.

Admin/Reference

-

Displays the relationship between the protection groups.

UNI Parameters

Setting the UNI parameters for an E-Line service focuses on setting of the VLAN information about UNI ports.

Table 3-63 lists the UNI parameters for an E-Line service.

Table 3-63 Parameters for a UNI port

Field

Value

Description

AC Interface Name

For example, Shelf0(subrack)-15-V1MP12-V1DP212-1(PORT-1)

Indicates the UNI port.

VLAN ID

1 to 4094

Queries and configures the VLAN ID. The VLAN ID can be null; or you can set one or more VLAN IDs.

Dot1q Bitmap

BE, AF1, AF2, AF3, AF4, EF, CS6, CS7, NONE

Default: BE

Indicates the forwarding priority that the NE sets to the user packets on the V-UNI side by default.

  • CS7: Indicates the highest forwarding priority, for delivering the control packets (very important protocol packets) in the network.
  • CS6: Indicates the priority that is lower than CS7, for delivering the control packets (important protocol packets) in the network.
  • EF: Indicates the expedited forwarding priority that is lower than CS6, for the low delay services (for example, voice services).
  • AF4: Indicates the assured forwarding priority 4, whose forwarding priority is lower than EF.
  • AF3: Indicates the assured forwarding priority 3, whose forwarding priority is lower than AF4.
  • AF2: Indicates the assured forwarding priority 2, whose forwarding priority is lower than AF3.
  • AF1: Indicates the assured forwarding priority 1, whose forwarding priority is lower than AF2.
  • BE: Indicates the best effort forwarding priority that is the lowest forwarding priority, for the services without QoS in the network.

PW Parameters

PW parameters are used for NNI Ethernet services. According to different service bearer modes, NNI parameters include the parameters that are used for a PW, and a port.

Table 3-64 PW parameters

Field

Value

Description

VPLS Instance Name

For example, 123

Specifies the ID of the PW carrying the Ethernet service.

Enable LDP Signaling Mode

LDP Signaling Mode

Specifies the signaling type of the PW for Ethernet services.

Peer IP Address

For example, 10.70.71.123

Specifies the peer IP of the PW.

VPLS PW ID

For example, 123

Specifies the ID of the PW carrying the Ethernet service.

PW Type

Ethernet, Ethernet Tagged Mode

PWs of different types process the borne services differently. For example, the PW in the Ethernet tagged mode attaches the tag on the services on this PW.

PW Signaling Type

Static

In the case of the static PW, the label is manually allocated. The configuration at the two ends of a PW should be consistent.

label value of sent packets

16 to 1048575

Specifies this parameter when the PW Signaling Type is set to Static.

label value of received packets

16 to 1048575

Specifies this parameter when the PW Signaling Type is set to Static.

Control Word

No Use, Used First

Default: /

Specifies the policy for using the PW control word. That is, this parameter determines whether a PW uses the control word field. A control word is a 4-byte encapsulated packet header, which can be used to identify the packet sequence or used for bit stuffing.
  • If the ping or traceroute test needs to be performed on a PW, set this parameter to Used First.
  • If the ping or traceroute test does not need to be performed on a PW, set this parameter to No Use to save NNI-side bandwidth.

Direction

Bidirectional

Specifies the direction of the PW.

Tunnel

Tunnel ID

For example, 55

Selects a created tunnel. If no tunnel is available, creation of a PW fails.

Tunnel Type

MPLS

Displays the type of the tunnel that carries the PW.

PW Enable

true, false

Specifies or displays the enable status of the PW.

Maintenance Association Parameters

The maintenance association (MA) facilitates the connectivity check (CC) of a network that transports services.

Table 3-65 lists the parameters for a maintenance association.

Table 3-65 Parameters for a maintenance association

Field

Value

Description

Maintenance Domain Name

1-8 characters

Specifies an MD name that is unique in the entire network.

Maintenance Association Name

1-8 characters

Specifies an MA name that is unique in the same MD.

Service Type

NULL, E-line service(UNI-NNI), E-LAN Service, E-line service(UNI-UNI)

Specifies the service type.

CC Test Transmit Period

3.33ms, 10ms, 100ms, 1s, 10s, 1min, 10min

Default: 1s

The source end MEP constructs the CC frames, and then transmits them periodically to the destination MEP. Within a certain period (3.5 times of the transmission period), if the destination MEP does not receive the CC packets from the source end, an alarm is automatically reported. The CC Test Transmit Period parameter indicates the transmission period of the unidirectional connectivity check.

It is recommended that you use three period values, that is, 3.33 ms for protection switching, 100 ms for performance check, and 1 s for connectivity check. The configuration should comply with user requirements. If the fast check is required, set to 3.33 ms. Hence, the fault can be detected quickly. The bandwidth used, however, descends with the period value.

MEP Point MEP ID 1-8191 Each MEP must be configured with a unique ID. The MEP ID will be used for OAM operations.

You are advised to set the MEP ID of the source end and the RMEP ID of the sink end to the same value.

Node For example: 21-TNV1E124-4(PORT-4) Specifies the node as an MEP. The node is specified by its slot ID-board name-port information.
VLAN For example, 22 Indicates the VLAN ID of the service.
Direction Ingress, Egress

Default value: Ingress

Ingress indicates the direction where packets arrive at a board. Egress indicates the direction where packets leave a board.
CC Status Active, Inactive

Default value: Active

Specifies whether to activate the CC check function of the MEP.
RDI Alarm Suppressing Status true, false

Default value: false

Specifies whether to set the control flag of suppressing RDI alarms.
AIS Alarm Suppressing Status true, false

Default value: false

Specifies whether to set the control flag of suppressing AIS alarms.
Asymmetric Mode true, false

Default value: false

Specifies whether to select the asymmetric mode.
LCK Status enable, disable

Default value: disable

Specifies whether to enable the LCK function.
AIS Active Status Active, Inactive

Default value: Inactive

Specifies whether to enable the AIS function.
Remote Maintenance Point ID of Remote MEP 1-8191

Specifies the RMEP ID for the sink end.

You are advised to set the MEP ID of the source end and the RMEP ID of the sink end to the same value.

MEP Parameters

The MEP is the edge point in an MA.

Table 3-66 Parameters for an MEP

Field

Value

Description

Name of Maintenance Domain

1-8 characters

The name of an MD should be unique in the entire network.

Name of Maintenance Association

1-8 characters

The name of an MA should be unique in the same MD.

Service Type

NULL, E-line service(UNI-NNI), E-LAN Service, E-line service(UNI-UNI)

Specifies the service type.

CC Test Transmit Period

3.33ms, 10ms, 100ms, 1s, 10s, 1min, 10min

Default: 1s

The source end MEP constructs the CC frames, and then transmits them periodically to the destination MEP. Within a certain period (3.5 times of the transmission period), if the destination MEP does not receive the CC packets from the source end, an alarm is automatically reported. The CC Test Transmit Period parameter indicates the transmission period of the unidirectional connectivity check.

It is recommended that you use three period values, that is, 3.33 ms for protection switching, 100 ms for performance check, and 1 s for connectivity check. The configuration should comply with user requirements. If the fast check is required, set to 3.33 ms. Hence, the fault can be detected quickly. The bandwidth used, however, descends with the period value.

MEP ID 1-8191 Each MEP must be configured with a unique ID. The MEP ID will be used for OAM operations.

You are advised to set the MEP ID of the source end and the RMEP ID of the sink end to the same value.

Node For example: 21-TNV1E124-4(PORT-4) Specifies the node as an MEP. The node is specified by its slot ID-board name-port information.
VLAN For example, 22 Indicates the VLAN ID of the service.
Direction Ingress, Egress

Default value: Ingress

Ingress indicates the direction where packets arrive at a board. Egress indicates the direction where packets leave a board.
CC Status Active, Inactive

Default value: Active

Specifies whether to activate the CC check function of the MEP.
RDI Alarm Suppressing Status true, false

Default value: false

Specifies whether to set the control flag of suppressing RDI alarms.
AIS Alarm Suppressing Status true, false

Default value: false

Specifies whether to set the control flag of suppressing AIS alarms.
Asymmetric Mode true, false

Default value: false

Specifies whether to select the asymmetric mode.
LCK Status enable, disable

Default value: disable

Specifies whether to enable the LCK function.
AIS Active Status Active, Inactive

Default value: Inactive

Specifies whether to enable the AIS function.
ID of Remote MEP 1-8191

Specifies the RMEP ID for the sink end.

You are advised to set the MEP ID of the source end and the RMEP ID of the sink end to the same value.

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