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Feature Description - VPN 01

NE05E and NE08E V300R003C10SPC500

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Interface-based Hard Pipe Bandwidth Reservation

Interface-based Hard Pipe Bandwidth Reservation

During network planning, traffic is classified as hard pipe traffic and soft pipe traffic based on interfaces. Hard pipe traffic must have low delay and no packet loss and not be affected by soft pipe traffic. Therefore, fixed bandwidth must be allocated to hard pipe traffic on interfaces. This bandwidth is exclusive to hard pipe traffic.

On devices, hard pipe and soft pipe services on interfaces are assigned forwarding paths with different priorities. When both hard and soft pipes have traffic, the hard pipe traffic is preferentially forwarded, guaranteeing low delay. The maximum bandwidth is also configured for the forwarding paths to ensure that the sum of hard and soft pipe bandwidth does not exceed the interface bandwidth. Subsequently, the hard and soft pipe services do not affect each other.

On the network shown in Figure 7-5, bandwidth limitation is applied to the hard pipe VI and soft pipe VI. The hard pipe VI traffic is preferentially scheduled on the physical interface, ensuring guaranteed bandwidth and low delay.
Figure 7-5 Hard and soft pipe bandwidth reservation

End-to-end hard pipe service deployment can be implemented only through the NMS. The NMS delivers hard pipe VLL/PWE3 or TE LSP configurations based on the bearer capabilities of the hard pipe. The device establishes VLL/PWE3 PWs and TE LSPs based on the delivered data and transmits VLL/PWE3 or TE services through the hard pipe.

The NMS supports alarm thresholds for services exceeding the hard pipe's processing capabilities, ensuring that services transmitted over the hard pipe do not exceed the hard pipe's processing capabilities.

Updated: 2019-01-14

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