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NE40E V800R010C10SPC500 Feature Description - Network Reliability 01

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Traffic Forwarding by a Backup Device

Traffic Forwarding by a Backup Device

Principles

As shown in Figure 5-27, the base station attached to the cell site gateway (CSG) on a mobile bearer network accesses aggregation nodes PE1 and PE2 over primary and secondary pseudo wires (PWs) and accesses PE3 and PE4 over primary and secondary links. PE3 and PE4 are configured to belong to a Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) backup group. If PE1 fails, traffic switches from the primary link to the secondary link. Before a master/backup VRRP switchover is complete, service traffic is temporarily interrupted.

Figure 5-27 Traffic forwarding by a backup device

To meet carrier-class reliability requirements, configure devices in the VRRP backup group to forward traffic even when they are in the Backup state. This configuration can prevent traffic interruptions in the preceding scenario.

Implementation

As shown in Figure 5-27, upstream traffic travels along the path CSG -> PE1 -> PE3 -> RNC1/RNC2 in normal circumstances. PE3 is in the Master state, and PE4 in the Backup state.

If PE1 fails, traffic switches from the primary link between PE1 and PE3 to the secondary link between PE2 and PE4. Because the speed of a primary/secondary link switchover is higher than that of a master/backup VRRP switchover:
  • If PE4 cannot forward traffic, service traffic is temporarily interrupted before the master/backup VRRP switchover is complete.
  • If PE4 can forward traffic, PE4 takes over service traffic forwarding even if the master/backup VRRP switchover is not complete.

Benefits

Traffic forwarding by a backup device improves master/backup VRRP switchover performance and reduces the service interruption time.

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Updated: 2019-01-03

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