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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: MPLS

Parameter Description: MPLS

This topic describes the parameters related to the MPLS management.

Basic Configuration

This topic describe the parameters for basic MPLS configuration.

Table 3-60 lists the parameters for basic MPLS configuration.

Table 3-60 Parameters for basic configuration

Field

Value

Description

LSR ID

For example: 10.70.73.156

In a PSN network, each NE is allocated with a unique LSR ID.

NOTE:
If the value of this parameter is changed after services have been provisioned on an NE, the NE will undergo a warm reset but services will not be affected.

MPLS Label Start

For example: 0

Set and display the start of the global label space.

The start of the global label space is the minimum value of the ingress and egress labels of the unicast tunnel.

When Start of Global Label Space is 0, the minimum value of the ingress and egress labels of the unicast tunnel is 16. "0-15" values are reserved and are unavailable.

MPLS Label Space

For example: 32768

NOTE:

The maximum value of this parameter is 262144 (256K).

Set and display the size of the global label space.

The global label space size is the number of unicast tunnel labels.

Parameters for Configuring a Static Tunnel (on a Per-NE Basis)

A static tunnel can be unidirectional or bidirectional.

Table 3-61 lists the parameters for configuring a static tunnel.

Table 3-61 Parameters for configuring a static tunnel

Field

Value

Description

Tunnel ID

For example, 1

Displays or specifies the tunnel ID.

Tunnel Description

For example, 1

NOTE:

The value range of the parameter is 1-63.

Specifies the unique designation of the tunnel.

Ingress LSD ID

For example, 192.168.0.5

Displays or specifies the source node of the tunnel.

A source node can be specified only for the egress node and transit node.

Sink LSR ID

For example, 192.168.0.6

Displays or specifies the sink node of the tunnel.

A sink node can be specified only for the ingress node and transit node.

Tunnel Name

For example, name1

NOTE:

The tunnel name contains a maximum of 64 bytes.

Displays or specifies the name of the tunnel.

Enable State

Enabled, Disabled

Specifies the status of traffic monitoring.

LSR Role

Ingress, Egress, Transit

Displays the type of a node.

  • Ingress: ingress node
  • Egress: egress node
  • Transit: pass-through node

Direction

Unidirectional, Bidirectional

Displays the direction of the tunnel.

For a unidirectional tunnel, Direction is Unidirectional by default. For a bidirectional tunnel, Direction is Bidirectional by default.

CIR(kbit/s)

0(0)

Specifies the Committed Information Rate (CIR) of the queue.

NOTE:

At present, this parameter is not applicable to a static tunnel.

CBS(bytes)

0(0)

Specifies the committed burst size.

NOTE:

At present, this parameter is not applicable to a static tunnel.

PIR(kbit/s)

0(0)

Specifies the maximum rate of services allowed, also called the peak information rate (PIR).

NOTE:

At present, this parameter is not applicable to a static tunnel.

PBS(bytes)

0(0)

Specifies the peak burst size (PBS).

NOTE:

At present, this parameter is not applicable to a static tunnel.

OutBearerType

Interface, Shared Protection Ring

Specifies the bearer type of the tunnel in the egress direction.

Outgoing Label

For example, 20

NOTE:

The value ranges from 16 to 1048575.

Displays or specifies the egress label of the tunnel.

This function is supported only when the equipment is configured with a bidirectional tunnel.

Incoming Label

For example, 17

NOTE:

The value ranges from 16 to 1048575.

Displays and specifies the ingress label of the tunnel. The ingress label must be unique on the entire network.

This parameter can be set for only the egress node and the transit node.

Ingress label is supported only when the equipment is configured with a unidirectional tunnel.

Inbound Interface Ring ID

1-65535

Displays or specifies the ring ID.

EnterRingDirection

East, West

Displays or specifies the ring direction.

EnterRingSinkNodeID

1-255

Displays or specifies the sink node ID.

EXP

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

Default: None

The EXP parameter specifies the field in the MPLS packets for identifying the priority of these MPLS packets.

EXP Mode

Pipe, Uniform

Default: Uniform

The LSP Mode parameter specifies the mode in which the MPLS network processes packet priorities.

MTU(bytes)

0(0)

Specifies the MTU value of MPLS packets.

NOTE:

At present, this parameter is not applicable to a static tunnel.

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