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NE40E V800R010C10SPC500 Feature Description - Virtual Access 01

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Management Plane for IP RAN Virtual Cluster Access

Management Plane for IP RAN Virtual Cluster Access

Management plane establishment in a virtual cluster access solution is the same as that in a non-virtual cluster access solution, for example, Huawei PnP DHCP or DCN solution is used to establish a management plane. However, the alarm reporting mode in a virtual cluster access solution is different from that in a non-virtual cluster access solution, as described in Table 2-5.
Table 2-5 Comparison between the alarm reporting modes in virtual cluster access and non-virtual cluster access solutions
Non-virtual Cluster Access Solution Virtual Cluster Access Solution
Each device independently reports alarms. A fault may result in a large number of associated alarms. Therefore, the root cause for the fault is difficult to find due to too many alarms. A master centrally reports alarms and only the root cause is reported, which significantly reduces the number of alarms reported on the entire network. Therefore, fault locating becomes easier.
As shown in Figure 2-14, if AP1's if1 interface fails, Master1 reports only an alarm for the interface fault. Other APs do not generate associated alarms. Therefore, fault locating becomes easier.
Figure 2-14 Alarm reporting in IPRAN virtual cluster access
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Updated: 2019-01-03

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