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NE40E V800R010C10SPC500 Feature Description - Virtual Access 01

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Benefits of IP RAN Virtual Cluster Access

Benefits of IP RAN Virtual Cluster Access

IPRAN virtual cluster access offers the following benefits:
  • Simplified network planning

    After IPRAN virtual cluster access is deployed on an access ring, the ring's control plane is centralized on an AGG. The AGG calculates the forwarding paths and allocates entries for the entire access ring. That is, the primary and backup paths can be calculated without manual planning.

    IPRAN virtual cluster access uses IS-IS to calculate routes. Therefore, IP addresses may not be configured for CSG interfaces with virtual cluster access enabled, which simplifies IP address planning.

  • Simplified service deployment

    After IPRAN virtual cluster access is deployed on an access ring, dynamic protocols (such as RSVP-TE, LDP, and BGP) no longer run on CSGs on the access ring, which significantly simplifies networks and reduces device loads.

  • Simplified O&M and reduced costs

    IPRAN virtual cluster access supports plug and play (PnP). Adding or deleting an AP requires only the configurations on this AP and masters to be updated, which dramatically reduces manpower costs.

    An AP reports only a few alarms (such as link Up/Down alarms), and a master performs centralized reporting and management for virtual cluster access alarms (such as LSP Up/Down and PW Up/Down alarms), which facilitates fault locating.

Updated: 2019-01-03

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