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12 Configuring EoS Services and Features

12.1 Configuring CES Services


The circuit emulation service (CES) function supports direct access of TDM E1 services to
the packet domain. Therefore, the CES function helps achieve smooth evolution from the
TDM domain to the packet domain.
12.2 Examples of Configuring EoS Services and Protections

12.1 Configuring CES Services


The circuit emulation service (CES) function supports direct access of TDM E1 services to
the packet domain. Therefore, the CES function helps achieve smooth evolution from the
TDM domain to the packet domain.

12.1.1 Basic Concepts


CES: By using the PWE3 technology, PWE3 packet headers are added to TDM traffic to
create circuit emulation services (CES). PWE3 packet headers carry the frame format
information, alarm information, signaling information, and synchronization and timing
information of the TDM traffic. The encapsulated PW packets are transmitted over the MPLS
tunnel on the PSN. After being decapsulated at the PW egress, the TDM circuit switched
service traffic is re-created.

Emulation Mode
The OptiX NG-SDH series equipment supports two types of CES services: structure-aware
TDM circuit emulation service over packet switched network (CESoPSN) CES and structure-
agnostic TDM over packet (SAToP) CES.

In the case of CESoPSN CES:

l The equipment senses the frame format, frame alignment mode, and timeslot information
in the TDM circuit.
l The equipment processes the overheads and extracts the payloads in TDM frames. Then,
the equipment loads timeslots to the packet payload in a certain sequence. As a result,
the services in each timeslot are fixed and visible in packets.

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In the case of SAToP CES:


l The equipment does not sense any format in the TDM signal. Instead, it considers TDM
signals as bit flows at a constant rate, and therefore the entire bandwidth of TDM signals
is emulated.
l The overheads and payloads in TDM signals are transparently transmitted.

Service Type
CES services are classified into UNI-UNI CES services and UNI-UNI CES services by
service implementation point.
l UNI-UNI CES services
As shown in Figure 12-1, a single OptiX OSN NE completes access of TDM services.

Figure 12-1 UNI-UNI CES services

l UNI-NNI CES services


As shown in Figure 12-2, the OptiX OSN NEs set UNI-NNI CES services. In the case of
a UNI-NNI CES service, the OptiX OSN NEs access customer TDM services through
E1 ports; CES PWs are created between the OptiX OSN NEs to emulate end-to-end
TDM services.

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Figure 12-2 UNI-NNI CES services

12.1.2 Configuration Flow for the CES Services


The configuration flow varies according to the types of the CES services.

12.1.2.1 Configuring UNI-UNI CES Services


This section describes the operation tasks for configuring UNI-UNI CES services and the
relationships between the operation tasks.
Table 12-1 Configuration flow for UNI-UNI CES services provides the procedure for
configuring UNI-UNI CES services.

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Figure 12-3 Configuration flow for UNI-UNI CES services

Table 12-1 Configuration flow for UNI-UNI CES services


St Operation Remarks
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1 Creating the network Required.


Create NEs, configure NE data, create fibers, and
configure clocks.

2 Configurin 12.1.3.1.1 Required. Set the parameters as follows:


g CES Setting Port Mode is set to Layer 1.
service Basic
ports Attributes
of Smart
E1 Ports

3 Configuring UNI-UNI Required.


CES services Set service ID, service name, service source, and service
sink.

4 Verifying CES services Required.


Test CES services at each E1 port using BER testers.

12.1.2.2 Configuring UNI-NNI CES Services on a Per-NE Basis


This section describes the operation tasks for configuring UNI-NNI CES services and the
relationships between the operation tasks.
Table1 Configuration flow for UNI-NNI CES services provides the procedure for configuring
UNI-NNI CES services.

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Figure 12-4 Configuration flow for UNI-NNI CES services

Table 12-2 Configuration flow for UNI-NNI CES services


St Operation Remarks
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1 Creating the network Required.


Create NEs, configure NE data, create fibers,
and configure clocks.

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2 Configuring the LSR ID Required.


l Each NE requires a unique LSR ID.
l When the LSR ID is specified for the first
time, a warm-reset occurs on the NE but
does not affect services. If the specified LSR
ID is then changed, no warm-reset occurs on
the NE and services are not affected.
l If a tunnel exists, do not change the LSR ID.

3 Configuring NNI ports in the Required.


packet domain l Configure the general attributes of Ethernet
ports.
l Configure the Layer 3 attributes of Ethernet
ports, such as tunnel enabling status and IP
addresses.
NNI ports in the packet domain are configured
for carrying tunnels.

4 Configuri 10.1.2.4 Configuring Required.


ng MPLS an MPLS Tunnel on An MPLS tunnel can be configured in per-NE
tunnels a Per-NE Basis or end-to-end mode. Set tunnel ID, service
10.1.2.3 Configuring name, ingress node, egress node, and transit
an MPLS Tunnel in node; set signaling type to static.
E2E Mode

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Configuri Configuri (Optional) The parameters are set as follows:


ng tunnel ng l Set OAM Status to Enabled.
OAM MPLS-
TP l If all the NEs along a tunnel are Huawei
NOTE
Tunnel equipment that supports IP-based MPLS-TP
Configur
e MPLS- OAM OAM, it is recommended that you set MEG
TP ID Type to IP Based, so that you do not
tunnel need to plan MEG IDs, MEP IDs, and
OAM RMEP IDs.
accordin
g to the l If not all the NEs along a tunnel are Huawei
service equipment that supports IP-based MPLS-TP
plan. OAM or if there are special requirements, it
is recommended that you set MEG ID Type
to ICC Based. In this case, plan MEG IDs,
MEP IDs, and RMEP IDs based on the
following principles:
– All the MEPs and MIPs along the same
tunnel must have the same MEG ID.
MEPs and MIPs along different tunnels
must have different MEG IDs.
– MEGs with the same carrier ID must
have different MEG IDs. NEs in the same
MEG must have the same MEG
parameter settings.
– Each MEP ID in an MEG must be
unique.
l It is recommended that you set this
parameter to the default value 7.
l It is recommended that you set this
parameter to the default value Adaptive.
Detection Mode can be set only for ingress
nodes on bidirectional tunnels and egress
nodes.
l It is recommended that you retain the default
value 0 for both SD Threshold(%) and SF
Threshold(%).
l Set CC Packet Interval (ms) as follows:
– If the CC function is used to trigger APS,
it is recommended that you set CC
Packet Interval(ms) to 3.33.
– If the packet transmission delay variation
exceeds 3.33 ms, it is recommended that
you set CC Packet Interval(ms) to a
value greater than the packet
transmission delay variation.

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– If the CC function is used to check the


tunnel connectivity, it is recommended
that you set CC Packet Interval(ms) to
1000.
CC Packet Interval(ms) can be set only for
egress nodes on bidirectional tunnels and
ingress nodes.
l It is recommended that you set CC Packet
Priority to the default value 7.CC Packet
Priority can be set only for egress nodes on
bidirectional tunnels and ingress nodes.

Configuring Tunnel Optional. Set the parameters of tunnel APS


APS according to the service planning.
NOTE
Tunnel APS is not used, select PW APS for service
protection. For the configuration of PW APS, see
Configuring PW APS/FPS.

5 Configuri 12.1.3.1.1 Setting Required. Set the following parameters:


ng CES Basic Attributes of Port Mode is set to Layer 1.
service Smart E1 Ports
ports
12.1.3.1.2 Setting Optional. Set the following parameters:
Advanced Attributes l If PW Type is set to CESoPSN, Frame
of Smart E1 Ports Format can be set to CRC-4 Multiframe or
Double Frame as planned. The value
CRC-4 Multiframe is recommended for
securing transmission quality.
If PW Type is set to SAToP, Frame
Format can be set to Unframe only.
l Frame Mode is set to 31 for local ports. If
Frame Mode is set to 30 for the opposite
port, include timeslot No.16 in the service
timeslots configured on the local port.

6 Configuri 12.1.3.2.3 Creating Required.


ng UNI- UNI-NNI CES 1. Configure service ID and service name.
NNI CES Services on a Per-NE
services Basis 2. Configure service source and service sink.
3. Configure PWs, including PW type, PW
label, and tunnel type.
4. Configure advanced attributes, including
RTP header, jitter buffer time, and packet
loading time.

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7 Verifying CES services Required.


Test CES services at each E1 port using BER
testers.

12.1.2.3 Configuring UNI-NNI CES Services in E2E Mode


This section describes the operation tasks for configuring UNI-NNI CES services and the
relationships between the operation tasks.
Table2 Configuration flow for UNI-NNI CES services provides the procedure for
configuring UNI-NNI CES services.

Figure 12-5 Configuration flow for UNI-NNI CES services

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Table 12-3 Configuration flow for UNI-NNI CES services


St Operation Remarks
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1 Creating the network Required.


Create NEs, configure NE data, create
fibers, and configure clocks.

2 Configuring the LSR ID Required.


l Each NE requires a unique LSR ID.
l When the LSR ID is specified for
the first time, a warm-reset occurs
on the NE but does not affect
services. If the specified LSR ID is
then changed, no warm-reset occurs
on the NE and services are not
affected.
l If a tunnel exists, do not change the
LSR ID.

3 Configuring NNI ports in the packet domain Required.


l Configure the general attributes of
Ethernet ports.
l Configure the Layer 3 attributes of
Ethernet ports, such as tunnel
enabling status and IP addresses.
NNI ports in the packet domain are
configured for carrying tunnels.

4 Configuri 10.1.2.4 Configuring an Required.


ng MPLS MPLS Tunnel on a Per-NE An MPLS tunnel can be configured in
tunnels Basis per-NE or end-to-end mode. Set tunnel
10.1.2.3 Configuring an ID, service name, ingress node, egress
MPLS Tunnel in E2E Mode node, and transit node; set signaling
type to static.

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Configuri Configuring (Optional) The parameters are set as


ng tunnel MPLS-TP Tunnel follows:
OAM OAM l Set OAM Status to Enabled.
NOTE
l If all the NEs along a tunnel are
Configur
e MPLS- Huawei equipment that supports IP-
TP based MPLS-TP OAM, it is
tunnel recommended that you set MEG
OAM ID Type to IP Based, so that you
accordin do not need to plan MEG IDs, MEP
g to the
IDs, and RMEP IDs.
service
plan. l If not all the NEs along a tunnel are
Huawei equipment that supports IP-
based MPLS-TP OAM or if there
are special requirements, it is
recommended that you set MEG
ID Type to ICC Based. In this
case, plan MEG IDs, MEP IDs, and
RMEP IDs based on the following
principles:
– All the MEPs and MIPs along
the same tunnel must have the
same MEG ID. MEPs and MIPs
along different tunnels must
have different MEG IDs.
– MEGs with the same carrier ID
must have different MEG IDs.
NEs in the same MEG must
have the same MEG parameter
settings.
– Each MEP ID in an MEG must
be unique.
l It is recommended that you set this
parameter to the default value 7.
l It is recommended that you set this
parameter to the default value
Adaptive.
Detection Mode can be set only for
ingress nodes on bidirectional
tunnels and egress nodes.
l It is recommended that you retain
the default value 0 for both SD
Threshold(%) and SF
Threshold(%).
l Set CC Packet Interval (ms) as
follows:

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p

– If the CC function is used to


trigger APS, it is recommended
that you set CC Packet
Interval(ms) to 3.33.
– If the packet transmission delay
variation exceeds 3.33 ms, it is
recommended that you set CC
Packet Interval(ms) to a value
greater than the packet
transmission delay variation.
– If the CC function is used to
check the tunnel connectivity, it
is recommended that you set
CC Packet Interval(ms) to
1000.
CC Packet Interval(ms) can be set
only for egress nodes on
bidirectional tunnels and ingress
nodes.
l It is recommended that you set CC
Packet Priority to the default
value 7.CC Packet Priority can be
set only for egress nodes on
bidirectional tunnels and ingress
nodes.

Configuring Tunnel APS Optional. Set the parameters of tunnel


APS according to the service planning.
NOTE
Tunnel APS is not used, select PW APS for
service protection. For the configuration of
PW APS, see Configuring PW APS/FPS.

5 Configuri 12.1.3.1.1 Setting Basic Required. Set the following


ng CES Attributes of Smart E1 Ports parameters:
service Port Mode is set to Layer 1.
ports

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12.1.3.1.2 Setting Advanced Optional. Set the following parameters:


Attributes of Smart E1 Ports l If PW Type is set to CESoPSN,
Frame Format can be set to
CRC-4 Multiframe or Double
Frame as planned. The value
CRC-4 Multiframe is
recommended for securing
transmission quality.
If PW Type is set to SAToP,
Frame Format can be set to
Unframe only.
l Frame Mode is set to 31 for local
ports. If Frame Mode is set to 30
for the opposite port, include
timeslot No.16 in the service
timeslots configured on the local
port.

6 Configuri 12.1.3.2.1 Creating CES Required.


ng UNI- Services in E2E Mode 1. Configure service ID and service
NNI CES name.
services
2. Configure service source and
service sink.
3. Configure PWs, including PW type,
PW label, and tunnel type.
4. Configure advanced attributes,
including RTP header, jitter buffer
time, and packet loading time.

7 Verifying CES services Required.


Test CES services at each E1 port
using BER testers.

12.1.3 Configuration Tasks


This section describes the tasks performed for configuring ces services.

12.1.3.1 Configuring CES Ports


This topic describes how to configure channelized STM-1 ports and E1 ports to support
access of CES services.

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12.1.3.1.1 Setting Basic Attributes of Smart E1 Ports


The basic attributes of Smart E1 ports involve parameters such as the port name, port mode,
and encapsulation type.

Prerequisites
You must be an NM user with Administrators authority or higher.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials


U2000

Procedure
Step 1 In the NE Explorer, select the NE from the Object Tree and choose Configuration > Packet
Configuration > Interface Management > PDH Interface from the Function Tree.
Step 2 Click the Basic Attributes tab.
Step 3 Select the required port and set the parameters. For details of parameters, see 12.1.7.1 E1
Port Parameters.

Step 4 Click Apply. Then, close the dialog box that is displayed.

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12.1.3.1.2 Setting Advanced Attributes of Smart E1 Ports


The alarm attributes of Smart E1 ports define the parameters such as E1 frame type and
loopback mode.

Prerequisites
You are an NM user with Administrators rights or higher.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials


U2000

Procedure
Step 1 In the NE Explorer, select the NE from the Object Tree and choose Configuration > Packet
Configuration > Interface Management > PDH Interface from the Function Tree.
Step 2 Click the Advanced Attributes tab.
Step 3 Select the required port and set the parameters for its advanced attributes. For details of
parameters, see 12.1.7.1 E1 Port Parameters.

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Step 4 Click Apply.


A confirmation dialog box is displayed.

Step 5 Click Yes. Then, close the dialog box that is displayed.

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12.1.3.2 Configuring CES Services


This topic describes the operation tasks for configuring CES services in per-NE mode and
end-to-end mode on the NMS.

12.1.3.2.1 Creating CES Services in E2E Mode


This topic describes how to create CES service channels for transmitting TDM signals in end-
to-end mode. You can configure the source node, sink node, and PW attributes of a CES
service on a GUI of the NMS, therefore quickly completing the CES service configuration.

Prerequisites
l You must be an NM user with Administrators authority or higher.
l The CES service port must be configured. The port mode must set to Layer 1. The frame
format and frame mode must be set.
l The MPLS tunnel must be created.

Context
You need to set the frame format for the UNI port that carries the CES service to be the same
as the service encapsulation format. If the encapsulation format of the CES service is
CESoPSN, you can set the frame format of the UNI port to CRC-4 multiframe (recommended
value) or Double frame. If the encapsulation format of the CES service is SAToP, set frame
format of the UNI port to unframed.

Procedure
Step 1 Choose Service > PWE3 Service > Create PWE3 Service from the Main Menu.

Step 2 Set the parameters on the General Attributes tab page.

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NOTE

l You can configure the CES service according to the service template. That is, you can select a service
template or create a service template in the Service Template field.
l Set Service Type to CES.
l Set Protection Type to Protection-Free.

Step 3 Select the source and sink NEs of the service.


NOTE

The configuration method is the same for the sink NE, source NE, and transit NE. Therefore, only the
example for configuring a source NE is provided as follows.
1. Click Configure Source And Sink. Then, the Configure Source And Sink dialog box
is displayed.
2. Select a source NE from Physical Topology on the left. Then, the selected NE is
displayed in the upper right pane.
3. All slots and available boards on the NE are displayed. Select the appropriate board
according to the service type.
4. In SAI Configuration, set Low TimeSlot.
5. In SAI Configuration, set the SAI attribute of the CES access port. Click Add Node.
Then, the added source and sink NEs are displayed at the bottom of the pane. Then, click
OK.
Step 4 Optional: Click Configure Source And Sink and then select Unterminated on the left. Set
the LSR ID of the unterminated node and click Add Node. Then, the added unterminated
source and sink nodes are displayed at the bottom. Then, click OK.
NOTE
Unterminated: On a network, if the equipment at one end of a service can be managed by the U2000, and the
equipment at the other end of the service is from another vendor and cannot be managed by the U2000, select
Unterminated to set the LSR ID of the opposite end of the service.

Step 5 Set parameters of the source and sink NEs that are displayed in Node List. To view the
topology of a configured service, click the Service Topology tab in the upper-right area.
Step 6 Click the PW tab at lower left to set basic attributes of the PW.

NOTE

l The PW ID can be automatically allocated.


l Signaling Type can be set to Static automatically or manually.
l Forward Label and Reverse Label can be allocated automatically and manually.
l Forward Type and Reverse Type support Static Binding. Forward Tunnel needs to be specified
manually.
l You can also set Forward Tunnel and Reverse Tunnel in Service Topology at upper right. Select the
tunnel service between the source NE and the sink NE, select Select Forward Tunnel or Select Reverse
Tunnel, and select the tunnel for static binding.

Step 7 Optional: Click Detail. Then, associated information is displayed in the pane at lower right.
Step 8 Optional: Click the Advanced PW Attribute tab and set the parameters associated with the
PW.

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NOTE

l The packet loading time needs to be set to the same value for the NEs at both ends.
l The jitter compensation buffering time needs to be more than two times of the packet loading time.

Step 9 Select Deploy and then click OK.


NOTE

l In this case, If you select Enable, the service configuration is saved on the NMS and deployed to the
NEs. If you deselect Deploy, the service configured is saved only on the NMS but not deployed to NEs.
By default, Deploy is selected.
l When Deploy and Enable are selected, the NE-side tunnel is available only after the tunnel is enabled.

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Subsequent Operation
After the service is created successfully, the service is displayed in the PWE3 service
management window.

12.1.3.2.2 Creating UNI-UNI CES Services on a Per-NE Basis


When creating a CES service on a per-NE basis, you need to set associated service attributes
for the source node and the sink node separately.

Prerequisites
l You must be an NM user with Administrators authority or higher.
l The CES ports must be configured correctly.

Procedure
Step 1 In the NE Explorer, select an NE, and then choose Configuration > Packet Configuration >
CES Service Configuration from the Function Tree.
Step 2 Click New. Set the CES service parameters in the Create CES Service dialog box that is
displayed.
Step 3 After the setting, click OK.

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12.1.3.2.3 Creating UNI-NNI CES Services on a Per-NE Basis


If you create a CES service on a per-NE basis, you need to create relevant attributes of the
service separately on the source and sink nodes of the service. After the CES service is
created, the corresponding PW is automatically created.

Prerequisites
l You must be an NM user with Administrators authority or higher.
l The CES port must be configured. The port mode must set to Layer 1. The frame format
must be set if the CES port is a PDH port.

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l The MPLS tunnel must be created.

Procedure
Step 1 In the NE Explorer, select an NE, and then choose Configuration > Packet Configuration >
CES Service Configuration from the Function Tree.
Step 2 Click New. Set the CES service parameters in the Create CES Service dialog box that is
displayed.
Step 3 Click Configure PW. Set the PW parameters in the Create PW dialog box that is displayed.
Step 4 Click the Basic Attributes tab and set the PW parameters of the CES service.
NOTE

l Set PW Signaling Type to Static.


l Set the other parameters according to the network planning information.

Step 5 Click the Advanced Attributes tab and set the advanced attributes of the CES service.
NOTE

l The packet loading time needs to be set to the same value for the NEs at both ends.
l The jitter compensation buffering time needs to be more than two times of the packet loading time.

Step 6 After setting the parameters, click OK.


Step 7 Click OK in the Create CES Service dialog box that is displayed.
Step 8 Navigate to the NE Explorer of the opposite NE and configure the reverse service according
to Step 1 to Step 9.

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12.1.3.2.4 Configuring Transit NEs for CES Services


On a live data network, an Ethernet service is added to its source NE, passed through on its
transit NEs, and dropped from its sink NE. This section describes how to configure transit
NEs for a CES service.

Background Information
For transit NEs of a CES service, you only need to configure MPLS tunnels whose Node
Type is Transit. For details on how to configure an MPLS tunnel, see 10.1.2.4 Configuring
an MPLS Tunnel on a Per-NE Basis.

12.1.4 Example of Configuring UNI-UNI CES Services


This topic uses an example to describe how to configure UNI-UNI CES services.

12.1.4.1 Networking Diagram


This topic describes the networking diagram of UNI-UNI CES services.
As shown in Figure 12-6, the service access bandwidth is 2 Mbit/s and a piece of OptiX OSN
equipment is used to support access of CES services between the two BTSs and the BSC. One
CES service is configured between BTS1 and the BSC and one CES service is configured
between BTS2 and the BSC.

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Figure 12-6 Networking diagram of UNI-UNI CES services

12.1.4.2 Service Planning


The service planning information contains all the parameters required for configuring the NE
data.

A UNI-UNI CES service is generally configured to implement access of base station services
and transmission of base station services to the BSC. As shown in Figure 12-6, two CES
services are configured between the two BTSs and the BSC in this example.

Table 12-4 UNI-UNI CES parameters (NE1) lists the planned parameters of NE1 and their
values.

Table 12-4 UNI-UNI CES parameters (NE1)

Parameter Value

NE NE1 NE1

Service ID 1 2

Service Name CES1 CES2

Level E1 E1

Mode UNI-UNI UNI-UNI

Source Board 3-MD1-1(PORT-1) 3-MD1-3(PORT-3)

Source High Channel - -

Source Low Channel 1 3

Source 64K Timeslot - -

Sink Board 3-MD1-2(PORT-2) 3-MD1-4(PORT-4)

Sink High Channel - -

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Parameter Value

Sink Low Channel 2 4

Sink 64K Timeslot - -

12.1.4.3 Per-NE Configuration Procedure


This topic describes the per-NE configuration of UNI-UNI CES services.

Prerequisites
l You must be an NM user with Operator Group authority or higher.
l You must be familiar with the networking, requirements, and service planning of the
example.
l The network is already created.

Procedure
Step 1 Configure E1 ports, including BTS-side E1 ports and BSC-side E1 ports.
1. Configure BTS-side E1 ports.
a. In the NE Explorer, click NE1 and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration
> Interface Management > PDH Interface from the Function Tree.
b. Select 3-MD1-1 (port-1) and 3-MD1-3 (port-3) and set Port Mode to Layer-1.

c. Click Apply. The Operation Results dialog box is displayed to indicate that the
operation is successful. Click Close.
2. Configure BSC-side E1 ports in the same manner.
NOTE

When configuring BSC-side E1 ports, select 3-MD1-2 (port-2) and 3-MD1-4 (port-4).

Step 2 Create local CES service 1.


1. In the NE Explorer, click NE1 and choose Configuration > Packet Configuration >
CES Service Management from the Function Tree.
2. Click New and set the parameters of local CES service 1.

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3. Click OK. The Operation Results dialog box is displayed to indicate that the operation
is successful. Click Close.
Step 3 Create local CES service 2 in the same manner.

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12.1.5 Example of Configuring UNI-NNI CES Services


This topic uses an example to describe how to configure UNI-NNI CES services.

12.1.5.1 Networking Diagram


This topic describes the networking diagram of UNI-NNI CES services.
As shown in Figure 12-7, the service requirements on the network are as follows:
l BTS1, BTS2, and the BSC need to access the PSN through CES boards.
l BTS1 and BTS2 need to communicate with the BSC. The services on BTS1 and BTS2
need to be isolated from each other.

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Figure 12-7 Networking diagram of UNI-NNI CES services

12.1.5.2 Service Planning


The service planning information contains all the parameter information required for
configuring the NE data, including the information for planning NNI ports, MPLS tunnels,
and services.
The OptiX OSN NEs access customer TDM services through TDM ports or channelized
STM-1 ports. CES PWs are created between the OptiX OSN NEs to emulate end-to-end TDM
services, therefore implementing service transmission between the BTSs and the BSC. Figure
12-7 shows an example network.

Planning NE Parameters

Table 12-5 Planning information of NE parameters (NE1, NE2, and NE3)


NE LSR ID

NE1 10.1.42.39

NE2 10.1.42.49

NE3 10.1.42.40

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Planning the Tunnel Between NE1 and NE3

Table 12-6 Planning information of tunnel parameters (tunnel between NE1 and NE3)

Parameter NE1 NE3

Tunnel ID 23 23

Tunnel Name NE1-NE3 NE3-NE1

Node Type Ingress Ingress

Direction Bidirectional Bidirectional

In Board/Logic Interface - -
Type

In Port - -

In Label - -

Out Board/Logic Interface 5-EG10 4-EG10


Type

Out Port 1 1

Forward Outgoing Label 17 18

Reverse Incoming Label 17 18

Forward Next Hop Address 10.1.5.6 10.1.5.5

Source Node - -

Sink Node 10.1.42.40 10.1.42.39

Planning the Tunnel Between NE2 and NE3

Table 12-7 Planning information of tunnel parameters (tunnel between NE2 and NE3)

Parameter NE2 NE3

Tunnel ID 24 24

Tunnel Name NE2-NE3 NE3-NE2

Node Type Ingress Ingress

Direction Bidirectional Bidirectional

In Board/Logic Interface - -
Type

In Port - -

In Label - -

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Parameter NE2 NE3

Out Board/Logic Interface 4-EG10 4-EG10


Type

Out Port 1 2

Forward Outgoing Label 20 21

Reverse Incoming Label 20 21

Forward Next Hop Address 10.1.6.6 10.1.6.5

Source Node - -

Sink Node 10.1.42.40 10.1.42.49

Planning the CES Service from BTS1 to the BSC

Table 12-8 Planning information of the service parameters (UNI-NNI CES service between
NE1 and NE3)
Paramete Value
r

Station NE1 NE3

Service ID 1 1

Service CES1 CES1


Name

Level E1 E1

Mode UNI-NNI UNI-NNI

Source 7-MD1 2-MD1


Board

Source - -
High
Channel

Source 1 1
Low
Channel

Source 1-31 1-31


64K
Timeslot

PW ID 1 1

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Paramete Value
r

PW Static Static
Signaling
Type

PW Type CESoPSN CESoPSN

PW 17 18
Incoming
Label/
Source
Port

PW 17 18
Outgoing
Label/
Sink Port

Tunnel MPLS MPLS


Type

RTP Disabled Disabled


Header

Jitter 8000 8000


Compensa
tion
Buffering
Time(us)

Packet 1000 1000


Loading
Time(us)

Ingress - -
Clock
Mode

Egress - -
Clock
Mode

Enable Enabled Enabled


CES
Service
Alarm
Transpare
nt
Transmissi
on

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Paramete Value
r

Threshold 100 100


of
Entering R
Bit
Inserting
Status

Threshold 5 5
of Exiting
R Bit
Inserting
Status

Sequence Huawei mode Huawei mode


Number
Mode

Planning the CES Service from BTS2 to the BSC

Table 12-9 Planning information of the service parameters (UNI-NNI CES service between
NE2 and NE3)
Paramete Value
r

Station NE2 NE3

Service ID 2 2

Service CES2 CES2


Name

Level E1 E1

Mode UNI-NNI UNI-NNI

Source 3-MD1 2-MD1


Board

Source - -
High
Channel

Source 1 2
Low
Channel

Source 1-31 1-31


64K
Timeslot

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Paramete Value
r

PW ID 2 2

PW Static Static
Signaling
Type

PW Type CESoPSN CESoPSN

PW 20 21
Incoming
Label/
Source
Port

PW 20 21
Outgoing
Label/
Sink Port

Tunnel MPLS MPLS


Type

RTP Disabled Disabled


Header

Jitter 8000 8000


Compensa
tion
Buffering
Time(us)

Packet 1000 1000


Loading
Time(us)

Ingress - -
Clock
Mode

Egress - -
Clock
Mode

Enable Enabled Enabled


CES
Service
Alarm
Transpare
nt
Transmissi
on

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Paramete Value
r

Threshold 100 100


of
Entering R
Bit
Inserting
Status

Threshold 5 5
of Exiting
R Bit
Inserting
Status

Sequence Huawei mode Huawei mode


Number
Mode

12.1.5.3 E2E Configuration Procedure


This topic describes how to configure UNI-NNI CES services on a per-NE basis.

Prerequisites
l You must be an NM user with Administrators authority or higher.
l You must be familiar with the service requirements and service planning information of
the example network.
l The network must be created, the equipment must operate properly, and the equipment
must communicate with the NMS properly.

Procedure
Step 1 Configure the LSR IDs of NE1, NE2, and NE3. For details, see 10.1.2.1 Configuring the NE
LSR ID.

Table 12-10 Planning information of NE parameters (NE1, NE2, and NE3)

NE LSR ID

NE1 10.1.42.39

NE2 10.1.42.49

NE3 10.1.42.40

Step 2 Configure the NNI ports of NE1, NE2, and NE3 on the packet domain.

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1. In the NE Explorer, select NE1, and then choose Configuration > Packet
Configuration > Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree.
Configure the NNI ports.
2. In the Basic Attributes tab, select 5-EG10-1(PORT-1). Right-click the Port Mode field,
and select Layer 3. Set other parameters according to the actual requirements. Click
Apply.
Parameter Value Remarks

Port Enabled Enabled -

Port Mode Layer 3 The port carries a tunnel.

Working Mode Auto- Set the working modes of the local port and opposite
Negotiation port to be the same.

Max Frame 1620 Set this parameter according to the length of data
Length (byte) packets. All the received data packets that exceed the
maximum frame length are discarded.

3. Select 5-EG10-1(PORT-1) in the Layer 3 Attributes tab. Right-click the Enable Tunnel
field and select Enabled. Right-click the Specify IP field and choose Manually. Then,
set the parameters such as IP Address and IP Mask. Click Apply.
Parameter Value Remarks

Enable Tunnel Enabled -

Specify IP Manually Manually indicates that you can set the IP


address of the port.

IP Address 10.1.5.5 -

IP Mask 255.255.255.252 -

4. Navigate to the NE Explorer of NE2 and NE3 separately. Set the parameters associated
with each port according to Step a to Step c.

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Set the basic attributes of each port to be the same as the basic attributes of NE1-5-
EG10-1(PORT-1).

Set the Layer 3 attributes of each port as follows.

– NE2-4-EG10-1(PORT-1)

Parameter Value

Enable Tunnel Enabled

Specify IP Manually

IP Address 10.1.6.5

IP Mask 255.255.255.252

– NE3-4-EG10-1(PORT-1)

Parameter Value

Enable Tunnel Enabled

Specify IP Manually

IP Address 10.1.5.6

IP Mask 255.255.255.252

– NE3-4-EG10-2(PORT-2)

Parameter Value

Enable Tunnel Enabled

Specify IP Manually

IP Address 10.1.6.6

IP Mask 255.255.255.252

Step 3 Configure the MPLS tunnel between NE1 and NE3 and the MPLS tunnel between NE2 and
NE3. For details, see 10.1.2.3 Configuring an MPLS Tunnel in E2E Mode.
NOTE

This topic considers the MPLS tunnel between the NE1 and NE3 as an example. The operations for
configuring the MPLS tunnel between NE2 and NE3 are similar to operations for configuring the MPLS
tunnel between NE1 and NE3.
1. Choose Service > Tunnel > Create Tunnel from the Main Menu.
2. Set the basic information about the MPLS tunnel between NE1 and NE3.

Parameter Value

Tunnel Name NE1-NE3

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Parameter Value

Protocol Type MPLS

Signaling Type Static CR

Service Direction Bidirectional

3. On the left side physical topology, double-click NE1 and NE3 to add them. On the right
configuration side, set the corresponding NE roles.
Parameter Value

Auto-Calculate route Deselected

NE Role NE1: Ingress


NE3: Egress

Deploy Selected

4. Click Details and set the advanced parameters of the forward and reverse MPLS tunnels
between NE1 and NE3.
Parameter Value

Tunnel ID 67

LSP Type E-LSP

EXP None

Reverse Incoming Label 26

Outbound Interface/Ring NE1: 5-EG10-1

Outgoing Label 34

Next Hop 1.1.5.6

Inbound Interface/Ring NE3: 4-EG10-1

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Parameter Value

Incoming Label 34

Reverse Outgoing Label 26

Reverse Next Hop 1.1.5.5

5. Refer to Steps Step 3.1 to Step 3.4 and configure the MPLS tunnel between NE2 and
NE3.
Parameter Value

Tunnel ID 68

LSP Type E-LSP

EXP None

Reverse Incoming Label 27

Outbound Interface/Ring NE2: 4-EG10-1

Outgoing Label 35

Next Hop 1.1.6.6

Inbound Interface/Ring NE3: 4-EG10-2

Incoming Label 35

Reverse Outgoing Label 27

Reverse Next Hop 1.1.6.5

Step 4 Configure the CES service ports on NE1, NE2, and NE3. For details, see 12.1.3.1
Configuring CES Ports.
Step 5 Configure the CES service between NE1 and NE3. For details, see 12.1.3.2.1 Creating CES
Services in E2E Mode.
1. Choose Service > PWE3 Service > Create PWE3 Service from the Main Menu.
2. Set the basic attributes.

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Parameter Value

Service Type CES

Service ID 1

Service Name CES1

Protection Type Unprotected

3. Click Configure Source And Sink. Then, the Configure Source And Sink dialog box
is displayed.
4. Select NE1 as the source NE from Physical Topology on the left. Set the associated
parameters and then click Add Node.
Parameter Value

Board 7-MD1

Port 1

Channelized Deselected

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5. Select NE3 as the sink NE from Physical Topology on the left. Set the associated
parameters and click Add Node, then click OK.
Parameter Value

Board 2-MD1

Port 1

Channelized Deselected

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6. Under PW, select the tunnel.

7. Click Detail and then set the Advanced PW Parameters.


Parameter Value

Control Channel Type CW

VCCV Verification Mode Ping

RTP Header Disabled

Jitter Compensation Buffering Time(us) 8000

Packet Loading Time(us) 1000

8. Click OK.

Step 6 Configure the CES service between NE2 and NE3. For details, see 12.1.3.2.1 Creating CES
Services in E2E Mode.
1. Choose Service > PWE3 Service > Create PWE3 Service from the Main Menu.

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2. Set the basic attributes.

Parameter Value

Service Type CES

Service ID 2

Service Name CES2

Protection Type Unprotected

3. Click Configure Source And Sink. Then, the Configure Source And Sink dialog box
is displayed.
4. Select NE2 as the source NE from Physical Topology on the left. Set the associated
parameters and then click Add Note.

Parameter Value

Board 3-MD1

1 1

Channelized Selected

5. Select NE3 as the sink NE from Physical Topology on the left. Set the associated
parameters and click Add Note, then click OK.

Parameter Value

Board 2-MD1

Port 2

Channelized Selected

6. Under PW, select the tunnel.


7. Click Detail and then set the Advanced PW Parameters.

Parameter Value

Control Channel Type CW

VCCV Verification Mode Ping

RTP Header Disabled

Jitter Compensation Buffering Time(us) 8000

Packet Loading Time(us) 1000

8. Click OK.

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12.1.5.4 Per-NE Configuration Procedure


This topic describes how to configure UNI-NNI CES services on a per-NE basis.

Prerequisites
l You must be an NM user with Administrators authority or higher.
l You must be familiar with the service requirements and service planning information of
the example network.
l The network must be created, the equipment must operate properly, and the equipment
must communicate with the NMS normally.

Procedure
Step 1 Configure the LSR IDs of NE1, NE2, and NE3. For details, see 10.1.2.1 Configuring the NE
LSR ID.

Table 12-11 Planning information of NE parameters (NE1, NE2, and NE3)

NE LSR ID

NE1 10.1.42.39

NE2 10.1.42.49

NE3 10.1.42.40

Step 2 Configure the NNI ports of NE1, NE2, and NE3 on the packet domain.
1. In the NE Explorer, select NE1, and then choose Configuration > Packet
Configuration > Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree.
Configure the NNI ports.
2. In the Basic Attributes tab, select 5-EG10-1(PORT-1). Right-click the Port Mode field,
and select Layer 3. Set other parameters according to the actual requirements. Click
Apply.

Parameter Value Remarks

Port Enabled Enabled -

Port Mode Layer 3 The port carries a tunnel.

Working Mode Auto- Set the working modes of the local port and opposite
Negotiation port to be the same.

Max Frame 1620 Set this parameter according to the length of data
Length (byte) packets. All the received data packets that exceed the
maximum frame length are discarded.

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3. Select 5-EG10-1(PORT-1) in the Layer 3 Attributes tab. Right-click the Enable Tunnel
field and select Enabled. Right-click the Specify IP field and choose Manually. Then,
set the parameters such as IP Address and IP Mask. Click Apply.
Parameter Value Remarks

Enable Tunnel Enabled -

Specify IP Manually Manually indicates that you can set the IP


address of the port.

IP Address 10.1.5.5 -

IP Mask 255.255.255.252 -

4. Navigate to the NE Explorer of NE2 and NE3 separately. Set the parameters associated
with each port according to Step a to Step c.
Set the basic attributes of each port to be the same as the basic attributes of NE1-5-
EG10-1(PORT-1).
Set the Layer 3 attributes of each port as follows.
– NE2-4-EG10-1(PORT-1)
Parameter Value

Enable Tunnel Enabled

Specify IP Manually

IP Address 10.1.6.5

IP Mask 255.255.255.252

– NE3-4-EG10-1(PORT-1)

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Parameter Value

Enable Tunnel Enabled

Specify IP Manually

IP Address 10.1.5.6

IP Mask 255.255.255.252

– NE3-4-EG10-2(PORT-2)

Parameter Value

Enable Tunnel Enabled

Specify IP Manually

IP Address 10.1.6.6

IP Mask 255.255.255.252

Step 3 Configure the MPLS tunnel between NE1 and NE3 and the MPLS tunnel between NE2 and
NE3. For details, see 10.1.2.4 Configuring an MPLS Tunnel on a Per-NE Basis.

Table 12-12 Planning information of tunnel parameters (tunnel between NE1 and NE3)

Parameter NE1 NE3

Tunnel ID 23 23

Tunnel Name NE1-NE3 NE3-NE1

Node Type Ingress Ingress

Direction Bidirectional Bidirectional

In Board/Logic Interface - -
Type

In Port - -

In Label - -

Out Board/Logic Interface 5-EG10 4-EG10


Type

Out Port 1 1

Forward Outgoing Label 17 18

Reverse Incoming Label 17 18

Forward Next Hop Address 10.1.5.6 10.1.5.5

Source Node - -

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Parameter NE1 NE3

Sink Node 10.1.42.40 10.1.42.39

Table 12-13 Planning information of tunnel parameters (tunnel between NE2 and NE3)
Parameter NE2 NE3

Tunnel ID 24 24

Tunnel Name NE2-NE3 NE3-NE2

Node Type Ingress Ingress

Direction Bidirectional Bidirectional

In Board/Logic Interface - -
Type

In Port - -

In Label - -

Out Board/Logic Interface 4-EG10 4-EG10


Type

Out Port 1 2

Forward Outgoing Label 20 21

Reverse Incoming Label 20 21

Forward Next Hop Address 10.1.6.6 10.1.6.5

Source Node - -

Sink Node 10.1.42.40 10.1.42.49

Step 4 Configure the CES service ports on NE1, NE2, and NE3. For details, see 12.1.3.1
Configuring CES Ports.
Step 5 Configure the UNI-NNI CES service between NE1 and NE3 and the UNI-NNI CES service
between NE2 and NE3. For details, see 12.1.3.2.3 Creating UNI-NNI CES Services on a
Per-NE Basis.
Set the associated parameters as follows.

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Table 12-14 Planning information of the service parameters (UNI-NNI CES service between
NE1 and NE3)
Paramete Value
r

Station NE1 NE3

Service ID 1 1

Service CES1 CES1


Name

Level E1 E1

Mode UNI-NNI UNI-NNI

Source 7-MD1 2-MD1


Board

Source - -
High
Channel

Source 1 1
Low
Channel

Source 1-31 1-31


64K
Timeslot

PW ID 1 1

PW Static Static
Signaling
Type

PW Type CESoPSN CESoPSN

PW 17 18
Incoming
Label/
Source
Port

PW 17 18
Outgoing
Label/
Sink Port

Tunnel MPLS MPLS


Type

RTP Disabled Disabled


Header

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Paramete Value
r

Jitter 8000 8000


Compensa
tion
Buffering
Time(us)

Packet 1000 1000


Loading
Time(us)

Ingress - -
Clock
Mode

Egress - -
Clock
Mode

Enable Enabled Enabled


CES
Service
Alarm
Transpare
nt
Transmissi
on

Threshold 100 100


of
Entering R
Bit
Inserting
Status

Threshold 5 5
of Exiting
R Bit
Inserting
Status

Sequence Huawei mode Huawei mode


Number
Mode

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Table 12-15 Planning information of the service parameters (UNI-NNI CES service between
NE2 and NE3)
Paramete Value
r

Station NE2 NE3

Service ID 2 2

Service CES2 CES2


Name

Level E1 E1

Mode UNI-NNI UNI-NNI

Source 3-MD1 2-MD1


Board

Source - -
High
Channel

Source 1 2
Low
Channel

Source 1-31 1-31


64K
Timeslot

PW ID 2 2

PW Static Static
Signaling
Type

PW Type CESoPSN CESoPSN

PW 20 21
Incoming
Label/
Source
Port

PW 20 21
Outgoing
Label/
Sink Port

Tunnel MPLS MPLS


Type

RTP Disabled Disabled


Header

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Paramete Value
r

Jitter 8000 8000


Compensa
tion
Buffering
Time(us)

Packet 1000 1000


Loading
Time(us)

Ingress - -
Clock
Mode

Egress - -
Clock
Mode

Enable Enabled Enabled


CES
Service
Alarm
Transpare
nt
Transmissi
on

Threshold 100 100


of
Entering R
Bit
Inserting
Status

Threshold 5 5
of Exiting
R Bit
Inserting
Status

Sequence Huawei mode Huawei mode


Number
Mode

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12.1.6 Verifying CES Services


After configuring CES services, you need to test connectivity of end-to-end CES services to
ensure that they work properly.

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Prerequisites
l You must be an NM user with Administrators authority or higher.
l CES services must be configured as required. For details, see 12.1 Configuring CES
Services.

Tools, Equipment, and Materials


BER tester or SDH analyzer, the U2000

Test Connection Diagram


Figure 12-8 shows the connection diagram for testing connectivity of CES service. You can
replace the BER tester with a SDH analyzer.

Figure 12-8 Connection diagram for testing connectivity of CES services

l Only commissioning engineers are present during the test.


l Do not touch the cable, unless necessary.

Procedure
Step 1 As shown in Figure 12-8, connect the CES service interface on NE1 to the BER tester.

Step 2 Perform an inloop for the UNI that receives CES services on NE2 on the U2000.
1. In the Main Topology of the U2000, right-click the required NE and then choose NE
Explorer from the shortcut menu. The NE Explorer window is displayed.
2. Select the board that provides CES services.
3. In the Function Tree, select the type of the interface that receives the CES services.

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If an E1 interface receives the CES services, choose Configuration > Packet


Configuration > Interface Management > PDH Interface from the Function Tree.
4. Click the Advanced Attributes tab and then select the interface to perform a loopback.
5. Right-click the Loopback Mode field, and then choose Inloop from the shortcut menu.
6. Click Apply.
Step 3 Perform a 24-hour bit error test.
NOTE

Set the coding to HDB3 and pseudo-random binary sequence (PRBS) to 2 15-1 for the signals
transmitted by the BER tester.
Set the BER tester according to the encapsulation method that the CES services adopt and the frame
format that the E1 interface adopts.
l If the CES services adopt the SATop method, you need to enable the BER tester to transmit
unframed signals, double-frame signals, or CRC-4 multiframe signals.
l If the CES services adopt the CESoPSN method and the interface adopts the double-frame format,
you need to enable the BER tester to transmit double-frame signals.
l If the CES services adopt the CESoPSN method and the interface adopts the CRC-4 multiframe
format, you need to enable the BER tester to transmit CRC-4 multiframe signals.

Step 4 Test the performance of the CES services. That is, check whether bit errors occur in the CES
services in the 24-hour period.
Step 5 Check for the alarms associated with the CES services. If there is any, see the Alarms and
Performance Events Reference and Troubleshooting to clear the alarms.
Step 6 Repeat Step 3 to Step 4 to perform the 24-hour bit error test again.

Step 7 Release the inloop that is set on the interface on NE2. For details, see Step 2.

Step 8 Reconnect the cable to the CES service interface on NE1.

Step 9 Repeat Step 1 to Step 8 to test the CES services on all the other 2 Mbit/s interfaces on NE1
and NE2.
Step 10 Repeat Step 1 to Step 9 to test connectivity of the CES services on the other NEs.

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12.1.7 Parameters for Configuring CES Services


This topic describes the parameters related to CES.

12.1.7.1 E1 Port Parameters


In addition to the general attributes of an E1 port, you need to set the frame format based on
the advanced attributes to ensure that the frame format specified for the E1 port is the same as
the service encapsulation format.

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Table 12-16 Parameters for the general attributes of a PDH port


Field Value Range Description

Port Slot ID-Board name-Port Displays the port name.


(Port No.)

Name For example, Port 1 Enters the port name


specified by the user.

Port Mode Layer 1, Layer 2 Specifies the working mode


of the PDH port.
When this parameter is set
to Layer 1, the port can
transmit TDM signals.
When this parameter is set
to Layer 2, the port can
transmit ATM signals.
NOTE
1800 V does not support layer
2 port mode.

Encapsulation Type Null Specifies Encapsulation


Type.
When Port Mode is set to
Layer 1, Encapsulation
Type is defaulted to Null
and cannot be changed.
When Port Mode is set to
Layer 2, Encapsulation
Type is defaulted to ATM
and cannot be changed.

Table 12-17 Parameters for the advanced attributes of a PDH port


Field Value Range Description

Port Slot ID-Board name-Port Displays the port name.


(Port No.)

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Field Value Range Description

Frame Format Unframe, Double Frame, Specifies the frame format.


CRC-4 Multiframe When the E1 port transmits
CES services in CESoPSN
mode, this parameter can be
set to Double Frame or
CRC-4 Multiframe. It is
recommended that you set
this parameter to CRC-4
Multiframe. When the CES
services are in SAToP mode,
this parameter needs to be
set to Unframe.

Line Encoding Format HDB3 Displays the line encoding


format.
The HDB3 codes are
transmitted on the E1 port.

Clock Mode Master Mode, Slave Mode, The Clock Mode parameter
Line Clock Mode specifies the re-timing mode
Default: Master Mode of a port.
l Master Mode: Indicates
that the internal clock is
adopted.
l Slave Mode: Indicates
that the clock from ACR
is adopted.
l Line Clock Mode:
Indicates that the clock
from line boards is
adopted.

Loopback Mode Non-loopback, Inloop, Specifies the loopback


Outloop status of the port.

Impedance 120 ohm Displays the impedance of


the port.

Frame Mode - Specifies the value of the


frame mode.
The frame modes of the
local port and opposite port
need to be consistent.

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Field Value Range Description

CES Encapsulation Clock Null, Line Clock Mode, Queries the encapsulation
Mode System Clock Mode mode of the clock signal on
Default: Null a UNI port on the master
side of the CES service.
l Null: The clock signal is
not encapsulated in the
service packets.
l Line Clock Mode: The
clock frequency signal
extracted on a line port is
used as the time stamp,
which is encapsulated in
the RTP packet header
and transmitted to the
downstream.
l System Clock Mode:
The system frequency
signal is used as the time
stamp, which is
encapsulated in the RTP
packet header and
transmitted to the
downstream.

Table 12-18 Parameters for an associated service


Field Value Range Description

Service Type For example, CES service Displays the type of the
service associated with the
port.

Service ID For example, 20 Displays the ID of the


service associated with the
port.
When you select the value
of the service ID, the active
window changes to the
service management dialog
box of the corresponding
service type.

Service Name For example, CES Displays the name of the


service associated with the
port.

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Field Value Range Description

Used Resource For example, 64K Displays the resource used


Timeslot1-31 by the service associated
with the port.

12.1.7.2 CES Service Parameters


This topic describes the parameters related to CES services.

12.1.7.2.1 Basic Attributes (UNI-UNI)


This section describes parameters for configuring and displaying basic attributes of CES
services.

Table 12-19 Parameters for basic attributes of PWs

Parameter Value Range Description

Service ID For example, 1 Displays the service ID.

Service Name For example, CES-1 Displays the CES service name.

Level E1 Displays the level of received CES


services.

Mode UNI-NNI Displays the CES service mode.


UNI-NNI indicates CES services
from the user side to the network
side.

Source Board Slot-Board Name- Specifies the source board of a CES


Port(Port No.) service.
For example, 3-
MD1-1(PORT-1)

Source High Channel - Specifies the source higher order


path.
For a line port, set the number of
the VC-4 path.
NOTE
OptiX OSN equipment does not
support this parameter.

Source Low Channel For example, 1 Specifies the source lower order
path.
For an E1 port, specify the number
of the E1 port; for a line port, you
need to set the number of the
VC-12 path.

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Parameter Value Range Description

Source 64K Timeslot For example, 1 to 31 Specifies the source 64 kbit/s


timeslot for compression.
NOTE
You must specify two or more 64 kbit/s
timeslots.

Sink Board Slot-Board Name- Specifies the sink board of a CES


Port(Port No.) service.
For example, 4-
MD1-2(PORT-2)

Sink High Channel - Specifies the sink higher order path.


For a line port, set the number of
the VC-4 path.
NOTE
OptiX OSN equipment does not
support this parameter.

Sink Low Channel For example, 1 Specifies the sink lower order path.
For an E1 port, specify the number
of the E1 port; for a line port, you
need to set the number of the
VC-12 path.

Sink 64K Timeslot For example, 1 to 31 Specifies the source 64 kbit/s


timeslot for compression.
NOTE
You must specify two or more 64 kbit/s
timeslots.

12.1.7.2.2 Basic Attributes (UNI-NNI)


This section describes parameters for configuring and querying CES services.

Table 12-20 Parameters for basic information of CES service management


Parameter Value Range Description

Service ID (e.g.1,3-6) Example: 1 Displays the service ID.

Service Name Example: CES-1 Displays the CES service name.

Level E1 Displays the level of received CES


services.

Mode UNI-NNI Displays the CES service mode.


UNI-NNI indicates CES services
from the user side to the network
side.

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Source Board Slot-Board Name- Specifies the source board of a CES


Port(Port No.) service.
Example: 4-
MD1-1(PORT-1)

Source High Channel - Specifies the source higher order


path.
For a line port, set the number of
the VC-4 path.

Source Low Channel (e.g. Example: 1 Specifies the source lower order
1,3-6) path.
For an E1 port, specify the number
of the E1 port; for a line port, set
the number of the VC-12 path.

Source 64K Timeslot (e.g. Example: 1 to 31 Specifies the source 64 kbit/s


1,3-6) timeslot for compression.
NOTE
You must specify two or more 64 kbit/s
timeslots.

Priority List CS7, CS6, EF, AF4, Specifies the UNI priority.
AF3, AF2, AF1, BE

PW Type CESoPSN, SAToP Specifies the PW type.


l CESoPSN: indicates structure-
aware TDM circuit emulation
service over packet switched
network. Timeslot compression
can be set.
l SAToP: indicates structure-
agnostic TDM over packet.
Timeslot compression cannot be
set.

Protection Mode No Protection, PW Specifies the protection mode of a


APS, Slave Protection PW.
Pair If working and protection PWs in
multiple PW APS slave protection
pairs respectively have the same
source and sink as working and
protection PWs in an existing PW
APS protection group, these slave
protection pairs can be bound with
the existing protection group to
share OAM resources and achieve
synchronous detection and
switching.

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Table 12-21 General attributes of a PW


Parameter Value Range Description

PW ID Example: 1 Specifies the PW ID.

PW Signaling Type Static PW Signaling Type specifies the


allocation mode (automatic or
manual) of ingress and egress nodes
of a PW.
When PW Signaling Type is set to
Automatic, the ingress and egress
nodes of a PW are allocated
automatically. When PW Signaling
Type is set to Manual, the ingress
and egress nodes of a PW must be
set manually.
Value description:
Static: Indicates that ingress and
egress nodes of a PW manually
must be set manually.
Recommendations:
OptiX OSN equipment currently
supports only Static allocation
mode.

PW Type Ethernet, Ethernet Displays the PW type.


Tagged Mode When Service Type is set to
Ethernet Service, PW Type can be
set to only Ethernet or Ethernet
Tagged Mode.

Direction Bidirectional Displays the direction of a PW.

PW Encapsulation Type MPLS Displays the encapsulation type of


packets on a PW.

PW Ingress Label Example: 17 This parameter needs to be set


when PW Signaling Type is set to
Static.

PW Egress Label Example: 18 This parameter needs to be set


when PW Signaling Type is set to
Static.

Tunnel Section Mode Manually Specifies a tunnel that carries PWs.

Tunnel Type MPLS Displays the type of a tunnel that


carries PWs.

Ingress Tunnel Example: 43 Selects a created tunnel. If no


tunnel is available, PW creation
fails.

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Parameter Value Range Description

Opposite LSR ID Example: Specifies the LSR ID of a PW at the


10.70.71.123 remote end.
If Tunnel is selected, Opposite
LSR ID is automatically assigned
on the NMS.

Egress Tunnel Example: 44 Selects a created tunnel. If no


tunnel is available, PW creation
fails.

12.1.7.2.3 Advanced Attributes (UNI-NNI)


This topic describes the parameters that are used for configuring and querying the advanced
attributes of CES services.

Table 12-22 Parameters for the advanced attributes of a PW


Field Value Range Description

RTP Header Disable, Enable The RTP Header parameter


Default value: Disable specifies whether the RTP header
function is enabled.
The RTP header is used to load
clock signals.

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Jitter Compensation 375-16000 The Jitter Compensation


Buffering Time (us) Default value: 8000 Buffering Time (us) parameter
specifies the size of the jitter buffer.
The jitter compensation buffering
time is configured to absorb jitters
on the network side.
Impact on the System:
The jitter compensation buffering
time affects the delay of services.
If the jitter compensation buffering
time is set, the subsequent
operations are performed after the
system has received packets for
more than a half of the jitter
compensation buffering time.
Recommendations:
The value of the jitter compensation
buffering time ranges from 125 to
64000 in steps of 125.
Association with other
parameters:
The packet loading time is closely
related to the jitter compensation
buffering time. The jitter
compensation buffering time must
be greater than double packet
loading time.

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Packet Loading Time (us) 125-5000 The Packet Loading Time (us)
Default value: 1000 parameter specifies the packet
loading duration.
The efficiency of packet loading
can be improved after the packet
loading time is set.
Impact on the System:
The packet loading time affects the
number of frames of E1 signals in
each packet.
Recommendations:
The value of the packet loading
time ranges from 125 to 5000 in
steps of 125.
Association with other
parameters:
The packet loading time is closely
related to the jitter compensation
buffering time. The jitter
compensation buffering time is
suggested to be greater than double
packet loading time.
If the PW is bound with services,
Packet Loading Time cannot be
changed.

Encapsulated Frames 8 Number frames encapsulated in a


packet = Packet loading time/125 It
takes a PW packet 125 us to
encapsulate one TDM frame. If the
packet loading time is 1 ms, each
PW packet can encapsulate eight
TDM frames.
NOTE
This parameter is inapplicable to PWs.

Ingress Clock Mode - Specifies the clock mode for the


ingress PW of the CES service.
NOTE
This parameter is inapplicable to PWs.

Egress Clock Mode - Specifies the clock mode for the


egress PW of the CES service.
NOTE
This parameter is inapplicable to PWs.

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Field Value Range Description

Enable CES Service Alarm Enabled, Disabled Specifies whether the alarm
Transparent Transmission Default value: information of the CES service can
Disabled be transparently transmitted.
If this function is enabled, the fault
on the AC side of the CES service
is notified to the remote end. On
receiving the fault notification from
the network side or the remote end,
the local NE inserts the
corresponding alarm on the AC
side.

Threshold of Entering R 1 to 65535 Specifies the threshold of entering


bit Inserting Status Default value: 100 R bit inserting status.
If the alarm information of the CES
service is transparently transmitted
and the number of consecutive lost
packets crosses the threshold, the
logic inserts the R bit to the
network side and reports the
corresponding alarm.

Threshold of Exiting R bit 1 to 65535 Specifies the threshold of exiting R


Inserting Status Default value: 5 bit inserting status.
If the number of consecutive lost
packets crosses the threshold, the
logic quits inserting the R bit to the
network side and reporting the
corresponding alarm.

Sequence Number Mode Huawei Mode, Specifies the sequence number


Standard Mode mode.
The Sequence Number Mode must
be set to the same value at both
ends of a radio link.

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Control Chanel Type None, CW, Alert Specifies the mode of PW


Label connectivity check.
Default value: CW l The value None indicates that
the control word is not
supported. That is, the PW
connectivity check is not
supported.
l The value CW indicates that the
control word is supported.
l The value Alert Label Indicates
VCCV packets in Alert Label
encapsulation mode.
Association with other
parameters:
If Control Word of the PW is Not
in use, do not set Control Channel
Type of the VCCV to CW; if
Control Channel Type of the
VCCV is CW, do not modify
Control Word of the PW to Not in
use.

VCCV Verification Mode None, Ping Specifies the VCCV verification


Default value: None mode. The VCCV verification is
used for PW connectivity check.
If the VCCV Ping test is required,
set this parameter to Ping.

Table 12-23 Parameters for the protection group in slave protection pair mode
Field Value Range Description

Protection Mode Slave Protection Pair Displays Protection Mode as Slave


Protection Pair.

Protection Group ID For example, 1 Specifies the ID of the protection


group by selecting a resource. The
protection group ID needs to be
manually specified.

Working PW ID For example, 10 Displays the ID of the working PW.


After Protection Group ID is set,
the ID of the working PW is
automatically assigned here.

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Protection PW ID For example, 20 Displays the ID of the protection


PW.
After Protection Group ID is set,
the ID of the protection PW is
automatically assigned here.

Table 12-24 Parameters for the protection group in PW APS mode


Field Value Range Description

Protection Type PW APS Displays Protection Type as PW


APS.

Protection Group ID For example, 1 Specifies the ID of the protection


group by selecting a resource. The
protection group ID needs to be
manually specified.

Enabling Status Disabled, Enabled Specifies whether the protection


Default value: group is enabled or disabled.
Disabled

Protection Mode 1:1, 1+1 The Protection Mode parameter


Default value: 1:1 specifies the protection type of a
PW APS protection group.
NOTE
The OptiX OSN
Value description:
equipment supports l 1+1: The service is dually
only 1:1. transmitted to the working and
protection channels at the
transmit end and selectively
received at the receive end.
l 1:1: The service is transmitted to
the working or protection
channel and is received from the
working or protection channel
based on the status of the
protection group.
Recommendations:
When you create a protection group
in 1:1 protection mode, the
protection channel cannot be
configured with extra services. For
this reason, the actual applications
of 1+1 and 1:1 protection groups
are the same, except for the
configuration.

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Working PW ID - Displays the ID of the working PW.


This parameter cannot be set if
Protection Type is set to PW APS.

Protection PW ID - Displays the ID of the protection


PW.
This parameter cannot be set if
Protection Type is set to PW APS.

Switchover Mode Single-ended Displays the switching status of a


switching, Dual-ended protection group.
switching

Restoration Mode Non-Revertive, Displays the restoration mode of the


Revertive PW APS protection group.

Switchover Restoration 1 to 12 Specifies the switchover restoration


Time(min) Default value: 1 time.

Switchover Delay 0 to 100 Specifies the switchover delay time.


Time(100ms) Default value: 0

Table 12-25 Parameters for PW OAM in PW APS mode


Field Value Range Description

OAM Status Disabled, Enabled Specifies the status of PW OAM.


l Enabled: The PW OAM can be
performed.
l Disabled: The PW OAM cannot
be performed.

Detection Mode Auto-Sending, Displays or specifies the detection


Manual mode. This parameter can be set
Default: Auto-Sending only for the tunnel in Egress
direction.
l Manual: The connectivity check
(CC) packets are sent at the
interval specified by the user.
l Auto-Sending: The connectivity
check (CC) packets are sent at
the interval of packet receiving.

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Detection Packet Type CV, FFD Specifies the type of the detection
Default: CV packet.
l CV: The detection packets are
sent at a fixed interval.
l FFD: The detection packets are
sent at the interval specified by
the user.

Detection Packet Period 3.3, 10, 20, 50, 100, Displays or specifies the detection
(ms) 200, 500 packet period.
If Detection Packet Type is FFD,
this parameter can be set; if
Detection Packet Type is CV, the
value is always 1000.

LSR ID to Be Received For example, Specifies the LSR ID to be received.


130.0.0.1

Transmitted PW ID For example, 1 Specifies the transmitted PW ID.

12.1.7.3 CES Service Parameters in E2E Configuration


This section describes the parameters for configuring CES services in end-to-end mode.

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Table 12-26 Parameters for configuring PWE3 services


Field Value Range Description

Service Template DEFAULT_PWE3_CES_PT Displays and specifies the


NOTE N, PWE3 service template.
This parameter is optional and DEFAULT_PWE3_ETH_P Service Type varies with
helps users quickly configure TN, Service Template.
various services. If this DEFAULT_PWE3_ATM_P
parameter value is not Service Template improves
TN service configuration
specified, the subsequent
service configuration is not NOTE efficiency.
affected. l Only the service template NOTE
DEFAULT_PWE3_CES_P After you select a service
TN can be used for template, a dialog box is
configuring CES services. displayed, saying "After the
l The OptiX OSN template is changed, the
equipment does not parameters not contained in
support the following the new template may be lost.
service templates: Are you sure to continue?"
You can also select Apply the
l DEFAULT_PWE3_AT template data to the
M_ROUTER configured Objects.
l DEFAULT_PWE3_CE
S_ROUTER
l DEFAULT_PWE3_ET
H_ROUTER
l DEFAULT_PWE3_IW
F_ROUTER
l DEFAULT_PWE3_IP
_ROUTER

Service Type ETH, CES Displays and specifies the


NOTE type of each PWE3 service.
Specifies the required service
type based on the service
configuration. When the
equipment is configured with
PWE3 Ethernet services,
Service Type is set to ETH.
When the equipment is
configured with PWE3 CES
services, Service Type is set to
CES. In this task of
configuring PWE3 CES
services, set this parameter to
CES.

Service ID Auto-Assign, or manually Specifies the ID of each


enter it. PWE3 service, which is
Default value: Auto-Assign unique on the entire
network.

Service Name For example, E-Line-1 Displays and specifies the


NOTE type of each PWE3 service.
The value of this parameter
contains 1 to 64 bytes.

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Protection Type No Protection, PW APS Specifies the protection


Default value: No Protection mode of the PW.
This parameter is available
only when Mode is UNI-
NNI.
If this parameter is set to
PW APS, working and
protection PWs need to be
configured.

Description For example, E-Line-1 Displays and specifies the


NOTE service description.
The value of this parameter
contains 1 to 64 bytes.

Customer - Displays and specifies the


customer to which a service
belongs.

Remarks - Displays and specifies the


service remarks.

ID For example, 1 Displays and specifies the


ID of the service access
port.

Table 12-27 PW parameters


Field Value Range Description

Role Working, Protection Displays and specifies the


role of a PW.

Source NE NE-Slot ID-Board-Port- Displays and specifies the


Higher order timeslot source NE of a PW.

Sink NE NE-Slot ID-Board-Port- Displays and specifies the


Higher order timeslot sink NE of a PW.

PW ID Auto-Assign, or manually Displays and specifies the


enter it. identifier of a PW.
For example, 35

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Signaling Type Static Displays and specifies the


signaling type of a PW.
If you set Signaling Type to
Static, you need to set the
PW ingress label and PW
egress label. If you set
Signaling Type to
Dynamic, the system
automatically allocates the
PW ingress label and PW
egress label.

Forward Label For example, 20 Displays and specifies the


label that the service carries
when entering a PW.
l If you set Signaling
Type to Dynamic,
Forward Label is
automatically allocated
and cannot be specified
manually.
l If you set Signaling
Type to Static, Forward
Label can be
automatically allocated
or specified manually.

Reverse Label For example, 20 Displays and specifies the


label that the service carries
when leaving a PW.
l If you set Signaling
Type to Dynamic,
Reverse Label is
automatically allocated
and cannot be specified
manually.
l If you set Signaling
Type to Static, Reverse
Label can be
automatically allocated
or specified manually.

Forward Type Static Binding Displays and specifies the


binding type of a forward
tunnel.

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Forward Tunnel For example, NE1-NE2#1 Displays or specifies the


name of a forward tunnel.
NOTE
The OptiX OSN equipment
supports only Static Binding.

Reverse Type Static Binding Displays and specifies the


binding type of a reverse
tunnel.

Reverse Tunnel For example, NE2-NE1#1 Displays or specifies the


name of a reverse tunnel.
NOTE
The OptiX OSN equipment
supports only Static Binding.

Encapsulation Type MPLS Displays and specifies the


encapsulation type of a PW.
NOTE
The OptiX OSN equipment
supports only one tunnel type,
namely, MPLS tunnel.

Table 12-28 Advanced PW parameters


Field Value Range Description

PW Trail - Displays the trail of a PW.

Direction Bidirectional Displays the direction of a


PW.

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Field Value Range Description

PW Type l Ethernet l Ethernet: C-VLAN/S-


l Ethernet Tagged Mode VLAN tags of packets
are encapsulated into
Default: Ethernet PWs without changes,
and transparently
transmitted to
downstream sites.
l Ethernet Tagged Mode:
A VLAN tag specified
by Request VLAN is
added to packets.
PWs of different types
process their carried
services differently. To tag
the services carried by a PW,
set PW Type to Ethernet
Tagged Mode for the PW;
otherwise, set PW Type to
Ethernet.

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Field Value Range Description

Control Word l PWE3 ETH services: The Control Word


Not in use and Use parameter specifies the PW
preferred control word usage policy.
l CES services: Use The control word is the 4-
required byte encapsulation packet
Default: header. The control word is
used to identify the packet
l PWE3 ETH services: sequence or function as
Not in use stuffing bits.
l CES services: Use Value description:
required l Not in use: Indicates that
the control word is not
used.
l Use preferred: Indicates
that the control word is
recommended.
l Use required: Indicates
that the control word
must be used.
Association with other
parameters:
l If Control Word of the
PW is Not in use, do not
set Control Channel
Type of the VCCV to
CW; if Control
Channel Type of the
VCCV is CW, do not
modify Control Word
of the PW to Not in use.
l Before changing the
parameter value of a PW,
you need to ensure that
the PW is not bound with
the service. After the
change, you need to bind
the PW with the service,
and then check whether
the parameter value is
changed.
NOTE
The PW control word must be
consistently configured at the
two ends of the PW.

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Field Value Range Description

Control Channel Type None, CW, Alert Label The Control Channel Type
Default: CW parameter specifies the type
of channels for transmitting
VCCV packets.
VCCV packets are
exchanged between PEs to
verify connectivity of PWs.
Value description:
l None: Indicates that the
control word is not used
to indicate the VCCV
control channel
information.
l CW: Indicates that the
control word is used to
indicate the VCCV
control channel
information.
l Alert Label: Indicates
VCCV packets in Alert
Label encapsulation
mode.
Association with other
parameters:
l If Control Word of the
PW is Not in use, do not
set Control Channel
Type of the VCCV to
CW; if Control
Channel Type of the
VCCV is CW, do not
modify Control Word
of the PW to Not in use.
l Before changing the
parameter value of a PW,
you need to ensure that
the PW is not bound with
the service. After the
change, you need to bind
the PW with the service,
and then check whether
the parameter value is
changed.

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Field Value Range Description

VCCV Verification Mode None, Ping VCCV Verification Mode


Default: Ping specifies the verification
mode for virtual circuit
connectivity verification
(VCCV) packets.
Value description:
l None: Indicates that the
VCCV function is
disabled.
l Ping: Indicates that
VCCV is performed in
ping mode.
Association with other
parameters:
Before changing a
parameter of a PW, ensure
that the PW is not bound
with any service. After the
change, bind the PW with
services, and then check
whether the parameter value
is changed.

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Field Value Range Description

Request VLAN 1-4094, Non-specified The Request VLAN


Default: Non-specified parameter specifies the ETH
request VLAN.
In the case of static PW, the
local equipment adds the
VLAN tag to the packets
when before PW
encapsulation. In the case of
the dynamic PW, the
opposite equipment adds the
VLAN tag to the packets
before PW encapsulation if
the local equipment cannot
add the VLAN tag.
Recommendations:
When the Request VLAN
parameter is set to Non-
specified, the packets are
added with 0 VLAN tags.
Association with other
parameters:
You need to set the PW
Type parameter to Ethernet
Tagged Mode.
Before changing the
parameter value of a PW,
you need to ensure that the
PW is not bound with the
service. After the change,
you need to bind the PW
with the service, and then
check whether the parameter
value is changed.

12.2 Examples of Configuring EoS Services and


Protections

12.2.1 Configuring EOS Services on Universal Line Boards


This topic describes how to configure EOS services on universal line boards, using EPL
services as an example.

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12.2.1.1 Networking Diagram


The completely isolated data services of two users at a station must be transported to another
station.

Service Requirement
In the network shown in Figure 12-9, 10 Mbit/s bandwidth is required for communication
between user A and user C.

Figure 12-9 Networking diagram of the EPL services

Board Configuration Information


In this example, the Ethernet switching processing board is displayed as the EGS4 on the
U2000, which occupies logical slot 5; the universal line board is HUNQ2, which occupies
logical slot 11.

In this example, NE1 and NE2 each are configured with one EGS4 board and one HUNQ2
board.

12.2.1.2 E2E Service Planning


Ethernet services are received from an external port, encapsulated through an internal port,
and mapped to the SDH network for transparent transmission. In this way, the node
communicates with a remote node.

Figure 12-10 shows the signal flow and timeslot allocation of the EPL services.

Figure 12-10 Signal flow and timeslot allocation (Ethernet switching board)

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The EPL services of user:


l Occupy the first to fifth VC-12 timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-5) on the
SDH link between NE1 and NE2.
l Are added and dropped by using the first to fifth VC-12 timeslots of the fourth VC-4
(VC4-4:VC12:1-5) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the first to fifth VC-12 timeslots of
the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-5) on the EGS4 board of NE2.

Table 12-29 Planning of the VC-4 service trail

Parameter Value Description

Direction Bidirectional Services between users are


bidirectional.

Level VC4 Server Trail VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH link


is used for service transmission.

Servcie Domain SDH&RTN -

Resource Usage Protected Resource -


Strategy

Protection Priority Trail Protection First -


Strategy

Source NE1 NE to which user A is connected.

Sink NE2 NE to which user C is connected.

Set Timeslot 1 VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH link


Route NOTE is used for service transmission.
Timesl Click Set Route Timeslot. In the
ot Set Route Timeslot dialog box that
is displayed, set the timeslot of the
VC-4 service trail from NE1 to NE2
to VC4-1.

Table 12-30 Planning of the trunk link trail

Parameter Value Description

Bandwidth 5 X: VC12 A total of 10 Mbit/s bandwidth is


required between users, and one
VC-12 channel provides 2 Mbit/s
bandwidth. Therefore, a total of
five VC-12 channels are
required.

Source NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Bound Panel
Timesl
ot

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Parameter Value Description

VCTRU 1 VCTRUNK port for service


NK Port transmission.

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslot

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 5 of VC-4


Order VC12(5) channel 4 on the board are used
for adding and dropping services.

Sink NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Bound Panel
Timesl
ot VCTRU 1 VCTRUNK port for service
NK Port transmission.

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslot

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 5 of VC-4


Order VC12(5) channel 4 on the board are used
for adding and dropping services.

Table 12-31 Planning of EPL service parameters


Parameter Value Description

Source Port Port -


Usage
Strategy

Port NE1-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by user A to receive


services.

Sink Port Port -


Usage
Strategy

Port NE2-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by user C to receive


services.

12.2.1.3 E2E Configuration Procedure


This topic describes how to configure EPL services on Ethernet switching boards in end-to-
end mode.

Legend Information

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Procedure
Step 1 Configure the EPL services between user A and user C in end-to-end mode.
1. Configure virtual ports of the universal line board.
a. Log in to the NMS, as shown in the following figure.

b. Configure virtual ports.

2. 9.1.2.2.3 Searching for WDM Trails.


3. Creat a VC-4 service trail.
a. Log in to the NMS, as shown in the following figure.

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b. Set the parameters for the VC-4 service trail.

c. Double-click the source NE (NE1) and sink NE (NE2) on the right side of the main
topology, and configure the source and sink ends for the VC-4 service trail.

d. On Trail Settings, set Set Route Timeslot.

Table 12-32 Planning of the VC-4 service trail

Parameter Value Description

Direction Bidirectional Services between users are


bidirectional.

Level VC4 Server Trail VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH


link is used for service
transmission.

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Parameter Value Description

Servcie Domain SDH&RTN -

Resource Usage Protected Resource -


Strategy

Protection Trail Protection First -


Priority Strategy

Source NE1 NE to which user A is


connected.

Sink NE2 NE to which user C is


connected.

Set Timeslo 1 VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH


Route t NOTE link is used for service
Times Click Set Route Timeslot. In transmission.
lot the Set Route Timeslot dialog
box that is displayed, set the
timeslot of the VC-4 service
trail from NE1 to NE2 to
VC4-1.

e. Click Apply. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed indicating that the
operation is successful. Click Close or Browse Trail to query the created VC-4
service trail.
4. Create a trunk link trail.
a. Log in to the NMS, as shown in the following figure.

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b. Set Bandwidth to 5 X: VC12, and select Auto create server trails.

c. Configure the timeslots to be bound to the source NE.

Table 12-33 Planning of the trunk link trail

Parameter Value Description

Bandwidth 5 X: VC12 A total of 10 Mbit/s


bandwidth is required
between users, and one
VC-12 channel provides 2
Mbit/s bandwidth. Therefore,
a total of five VC-12
channels are required.

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Parameter Value Description

Sourc NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


e Panel
Boun
d VCTR 1 VCTRUNK port for service
Times UNK transmission.
lot Port

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslo
t

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 5 of


Order VC12(5) VC-4 channel 4 on the board
are used for adding and
dropping services.

Sink NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Boun Panel
d
Times VCTR 1 VCTRUNK port for service
lot UNK transmission.
Port

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslo
t

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 5 of


Order VC12(5) VC-4 channel 4 on the board
are used for adding and
dropping services.

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d. Configure the timeslots to be bound to the sink NE.

e. Select Activate The Trail, and click Apply to complete the creation of the trunk
link trail between NE1 and NE2.
5. Create an Ethernet E-Line service.
a. Log in to the NMS, as shown in the following figure.

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b. Double-click the source NE (NE1) and sink NE (NE2) on the right side of the main
topology, and configure the source and sink ends for the Ethernet E-Line service.

Table 12-34 Planning of EPL service parameters

Parameter Value Description

Sourc Port Port -


e Usage
Strateg
y

Port NE1-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by user A to


receive services.

Sink Port Port -


Usage
Strateg
y

Port NE2-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by user C to


receive services.

c. Set trunk link routing policies using the existing trunk link. Select the trunk link
trail created in Step 1.4, and click Next.
d. Set port attributes in Port Attribute Setting.

Table 12-35 Settings of port attributes

Parameter Value

Source NE PORT1 Entry Detection Disabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Disabled

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Parameter Value

Sink NE PORT1 Entry Detection Disabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Disabled

Other parameters Default values

e. Select Activate The Trail, and click Finish to complete the creation of the Ethernet
E-Line service from NE1 to NE2.
Step 2 Check whether the service between user A and user C is correct. For the operation procedure,
see 17.4.2 Check Service Continuity.
Step 3 Enable the performance monitoring function of the NEs. For details, see Starting NE
Performance Monitoring.
Step 4 Back up the configuration data of the NEs. For details, see 18.5.1 Backing Up the NE
Configuration Data to the System Control, Switching, and Timing Board.

----End

12.2.2 Configuring EPL Services


EPL services provide the point-to-point Ethernet transparent transmission solution with the
bandwidth exclusively occupied. EPL services are applicable when the communication
equipment that is used to access the client-side data in the transmission network does not
support VLANs or when the VLAN planning must be kept secret to the network operator.

12.2.2.1 Networking Diagram


The completely isolated data services of two users at a station must be transported to another
station.

Service Requirement
In the network as shown in Figure 12-11, the service requirements are as follows:
l The two branches of user A that are located at NE1 and NE3 need to communicate with
each other over Ethernet. A 10 Mbit/s bandwidth is required.
l The two branches of user B that are located at NE1 and NE3 need to communicate with
each other over Ethernet. A 20 Mbit/s bandwidth is required.
l The services of user A must be isolated from the services of user B.
l The Ethernet equipment of user A and user B provides 100 Mbit/s Ethernet ports of
which the working mode is auto-negotiation, and does not support VLANs.

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Figure 12-11 Networking diagram of the EPL services

Board Configuration Information


In this example, the Ethernet switching processing board is displayed as the EGS4 on the
U2000, which occupies logical slot 5.
In this example, NE1 and NE3 each are configured with one EGS4 board, which is an
Ethernet switching board.

12.2.2.2 Per-NE Service Planning


Ethernet services are received from an external port, encapsulated through an internal port,
and mapped to the SDH network for transparent transmission. In this way, the node
communicates with a remote node.
Figure 12-12 shows the signal flow and timeslot allocation of the EPL services.

Figure 12-12 Signal flow and timeslot allocation (Ethernet switching board)

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l The EPL services of user A:


– Occupy the first to fifth VC-12 timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-5) on
the SDH link between NE1 and NE3 and pass through NE2.
– Are added and dropped by using the first to fifth VC-12 timeslots of the fourth
VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-5) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the first to fifth VC-12
timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-5) on the EGS4 board of NE3.
l The EPL services of user B:
– Occupy the sixth to fifteenth VC-12 timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:6-15)
on the SDH link between NE1 and NE3 and pass through NE2.
– Are added and dropped by using the sixth to fifteenth VC-12 timeslots of the fourth
VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:6-15) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the sixth to fifteenth
VC-12 timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:6-15) on the EGS4 board of
NE3.

Table 12-36 Parameters of external ports on the Ethernet boards


Parameter NE1 NE3

Board EGS4 EGS4

Port PORT1 PORT2 PORT1 PORT2

Enabled/ Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled


Disabled

Working Mode Auto- Auto- Auto- Auto-


Negotiation Negotiation Negotiation Negotiation

Maximum 1522 1522 1522 1522


Frame Length

Table 12-37 Parameters of internal ports on the Ethernet boards


Parameter NE1 NE3

Board EGS4 EGS4

Internal Port VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK2 VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK2

Mapping GFP GFP GFP GFP


Protocol

Bound Path VC4-4:VC12-1 VC4-4:VC12-6 VC4-4:VC12-1 VC4-4:VC12-6


-VC12-5 -VC12-15 -VC12-5 -VC12-15

Entry Detection Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled

Port Type UNI UNI UNI UNI

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Table 12-38 Parameters of the EPL services

Parameter EPL Services of User A EPL Services of User B

Board EGS4

Service Type EPL

Service Direction Bidirectional

Source Port PORT1 PORT2

Source C-VLAN (e.g. 1,3-6) Null Null

Sink Port VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK2

Sink C-VLAN (e.g. 1,3-6) Null Null

12.2.2.3 Per-NE Configuration Procedure


This topic describes the process of configuring Ethernet private line services for Ethernet
switching boards.

Prerequisites
You must be familiar with Flow of Configuring EPL Services.

Procedure
Step 1 Configure the EPL services for users A1 and B1 on NE1.
1. Set the attributes of the external ports (PORT1 and PORT2 on the EGS4 board) used by
the services of users A1 and B1.
– In the NE Explorer, select the EGS4 and then choose Configuration > Ethernet
Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree.
– Select External Port.
– Click the Basic Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.

Param Value in This Description


eter Example

Enabled PORT1: Enabled PORT1 is used by the service of user A1.


/ PORT2: Enabled PORT2 is used by the service of user B1.
Disable In this example, Enabled/Disabled is set
d to Enabled for PORT1 and PORT2.

Workin PORT1: Auto- In this example, the Ethernet service


g Mode Negotiation access equipment of user A1 and user B1
PORT2: Auto- supports the auto-negotiation mode.
Negotiation Hence, Working Mode is set to Auto-
Negotiation for PORT1 and PORT2.

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Param Value in This Description


eter Example

Maxim PORT1: 1522 Generally, this parameter adopts the


um PORT2: 1522 default value 1522.
Frame
Length

MAC PORT1: Non-Loopback The MAC loopback setting is used for


Loopba PORT2: Non-Loopback fault diagnosis. In this example, MAC
ck Loopback is set to Non-Loopback.

PHY PORT1: Non-Loopback The PHY loopback setting is used for fault
Loopba PORT2: Non-Loopback diagnosis. In this example, PHY
ck Loopback is set to Non-Loopback.

– Click the Flow Control tab. The parameters in the Flow Control tab page adopt the
default values.
– Click the TAG Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

TAG PORT1: Access The access equipment of user A1 and user


PORT2: Access B1 does not support the VLAN. Hence, the
access equipment transmits only the packet
without the VLAN tag. In this example, it
is recommended that you set the TAG flags
at PORT1 and PORT2 to Access.

Default PORT1: 1 The services of user A1 and user B1


VLAN PORT2: 1 exclusively occupy the PORTs and
ID VCTRUNKs. Hence, the VLAN ID is not
required for isolating the services. In this
example, Default VLAN ID adopts the
default value.

VLAN PORT1: 0 Both the VLAN ID and VLAN priority are


Priority PORT2: 0 unnecessary for users A1 and B1. In this
example, VLAN Priority adopts the
default value.

Entry PORT1: Disabled The services of user A1 and user B1 are


Detecti PORT2: Disabled EPL transparent transmission services.
on Hence, you need not enable the entry
detection function to check the VLAN tags
of the packets. In this example, Entry
Detection need to be set to Disabled.
When Entry Detection is set to Disabled,
the parameters of TAG, Default VLAN
ID, and VLAN Priority are invalid.

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– Click the Network Attributes tab. The parameters in the Network Attributes tab
page adopt the default values.
– Click the Advanced Attributes tab. The parameters in the Advanced Attributes
tab page adopt the default values.
2. Set the attributes of the internal ports (VCTRUNK1 and VCTRUNK2 of the EGS4
board) used by the services of user A1 and user B1.
– Select Internal Port.
– Click the TAG Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

Entry VCTRUNK1: Disabled The services of user A1 and user B1 are


Detecti VCTRUNK2: Disabled EPL transparent transmission services.
on Hence, you need not enable the entry
detection function to check the VLAN tags
of the packets. In this example, Entry
Detection need to be set to Disabled.
When Entry Detection is set to Disabled,
the parameters of TAG, Default VLAN
ID, and VLAN Priority are invalid.

– Click the Network Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

Port VCTRUNK1: UNI UNI indicates the user-network interface,


Attribut VCTRUNK1: UNI namely, the interface of the service
es provider located near the user side. The
UNI interface processes the tag attribute of
IEEE 802.1Q-compliant packets. That is,
the UNI interface processes and identifies
the VLAN information of the accessed
user packets, according to the supported
tag flag, namely, Tag Aware, Access, and
Hybrid.

– Click the Encapsulation/Mapping tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

Mappin VCTRUNK1: GFP In this example, the EGS4 board is used.


g VCTRUNK2: GFP This parameter adopts the default value
Protoco GFP. Mapping Protocol of the
l VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet boards of the
interconnected equipment at both ends
must be set to the same value.

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Param Value in This Description


eter Example

Scrambl VCTRUNK1: In this example, this parameter adopts the


e Scrambling mode default value Scrambling mode [X43+1].
[X43+1] Scramble of the VCTRUNKs on the
VCTRUNK2: Ethernet boards of the interconnected
Scrambling mode equipment at both ends must be set to the
[X43+1] same value.

Set VCTRUNK1: - When Mapping Protocol is set to GFP,


Inverse VCTRUNK2: - this parameter is valid and adopts the
Value default value -. Set Inverse Value for
for CRC of the VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet
CRC boards of the interconnected equipment at
both ends must be set to the same value.

Check VCTRUNK1: FCS32 In this example, this parameter adopts the


Field VCTRUNK2: FCS32 default value FCS32. Check Field Length
Length of the VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet boards
of the interconnected equipment at both
ends must be set to the same value.

FCS VCTRUNK1: Big When Mapping Protocol is set to GFP,


Calculat endian FCS Calculated Bit Sequence is set to
ed Bit VCTRUNK2: Big Big endian. FCS Calculated Bit
Sequen endian Sequence of the VCTRUNKs on the
ce Ethernet boards of the interconnected
equipment at both ends must be set to the
same value.

– Click the LCAS tab. The parameters in the LCAS tab page adopt the default
values.
– Click the Bound Path tab. Click the Configuration button. Set the following in the
Bound Path Configuration dialog box that is displayed. Then, click Apply.
User Paramete Value in Description
r This
Example

User Configura VCTRUN As shown in Figure 12-12, VCTRUNK1 is


A1← ble Ports K1 used by the service between user A1 and
→user user A2.
A2
Ava Le VC12-xv The service between user A1 and user A2
ilab vel uses a 10 Mbit/s bandwidth. Hence, five
le VC-12s need to be bound.
Bou
nd
Pat
hs

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User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

Ser Bidirectio The service between user A1 and user A2 is


vic nal a bidirectional service.
e
Dir
ecti
on

Av VC4-4 The fourth VC-4 of the EGS4 board can be


aila bound with VC-12s. In this example,
ble Available Resources is set to VC4-4.
Res
our
ces

Av VC12-1 to Five VC-12s need to be bound for the


aila VC12-5 service from user A1 to user A2. In this
ble example, the first to the fifth VC-12s need to
Ti be selected in sequence.
me
slot
s

User Configura VCTRUN As shown in Figure 12-12, VCTRUNK2 is


B1← ble Ports K2 used by the service between user B1 and user
→user B2.
B2
Ava Le VC12-xv The service between user B1 and user B2
ilab vel uses a 20 Mbit/s bandwidth. Hence, 10
le VC-12s need to be bound.
Bou
nd Ser Bidirectio The service between user B1 and user B2 is
Pat vic nal a bidirectional service.
hs e
Dir
ecti
on

Av VC4-4 The fourth VC-4 of the EGS4 board can be


aila bound with VC-12s. In this example,
ble Available Resources is set to VC4-4.
Res
our
ces

Av VC12-6 to Ten VC-12s need to be bound for the service


aila VC12-15 from user B1 to user B2. In this example, the
ble sixth to the fifteenth VC-12s need to be
Ti selected in sequence.
me
slot
s

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– Click the Advanced Attributes tab. The parameters in the Advanced Attributes
tab page adopt the default values.
3. Configure the Ethernet private line services for user A1 and user B1.
– In the NE Explorer, select the EGS4 board, and then choose Configuration >
Ethernet Service > Ethernet Line Service from the Function Tree.
– Click New on the lower-right pane to display the Create Ethernet Line Service
dialog box. Set the following parameters, and then click OK. The Operation
Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation is successful. Click
Close.
User Parameter Value in Description
This
Example

User A1 Service EPL The service of user A1 is an EPL service.


Type

Service Bidirection The service of user A1 is a bidirectional


Direction al service.

Source Port PORT1 When creating the bidirectional Ethernet


service from a PORT to a VCTRUNK, it is
recommended that you use a specific PORT
as the source port. In this example, the
service of user A1 occupies PORT1.

Source C- Blank In this example, the EPL service does not


VLAN (e.g. carry the VLAN tag.
1, 3-6)

Sink Port VCTRUN When creating the bidirectional Ethernet


K1 service from a PORT to a VCTRUNK, it is
recommended that you use a specific
VCTRUNK as the sink port. In this example,
the service of user A1 occupies VCTRUNK1.

Sink C- Blank In this example, the EPL service does not


VLAN (e.g. carry the VLAN tag.
1, 3-6)

User B1 Service EPL The service of user B1 is an EPL service.


Type

Service Bidirection The service of user B1 is a bidirectional


Direction al service.

Source Port PORT2 When creating the bidirectional Ethernet


service from a PORT to a VCTRUNK, it is
recommended that you use a specific PORT
as the source port. In this example, the
service of user B1 occupies PORT2.

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User Parameter Value in Description


This
Example

Source C- Blank In this example, the EPL service does not


VLAN (e.g. carry the VLAN tag.
1, 3-6)

Sink Port VCTRUN When creating the bidirectional Ethernet


K2 service from a PORT to a VCTRUNK, it is
recommended that you use a specific
VCTRUNK as the sink port. In this example,
the service of user B1 occupies VCTRUNK2.

Sink C- Blank In this example, the EPL service does not


VLAN (e.g. carry the VLAN tag.
1, 3-6)

4. Configure the cross-connections from the Ethernet services to the SDH links for user A1
and user B1.
– In the NE Explorer, select NE1 and then choose Configuration > SDH/PDH
Service Configuration from the Function Tree.
– Click Create on the lower-right pane to display the Create SDH/PDH Service
dialog box. Set the parameters as follows.
User Paramete Value in Description
r This
Example

User A1 Level VC12 The timeslot bound with the service of


user A1 is at the VC-12 level. The
service level must be consistent with the
level of the path bound with the
VCTRUNK.

Service Bidirection The service of user A1 is a bidirectional


Direction al service.

Source 5- When you create a bidirectional SDH


Slot EGS4-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the Ethernet board as the source
slot.

Source VC4-4 The value range of Source VC4 is


VC4 consistent with the value range of
Available Resources, which is set for the
paths bound with VCTRUNK1. In the
case of VCTRUNK1, the value of
Available Resources is VC4-4.

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User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

Source 1-5 The value range of the source timeslots is


Timeslot consistent with the value range of
Range(e.g. Available Timeslots, which is set for the
1,3-6) paths bound with VCTRUNK1. In this
example, the value range of Available
Timeslots is from VC12-1 to VC12-5.

Sink Slot 3- When you create a bidirectional SDH


SL4D-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the line board as the sink slot.

Sink VC4 VC4-1 In this example, VC4-1 is specified as the


VC-4 timeslot of the Ethernet service on
the line board.

Sink 1-5 The value range of the sink timeslots can


Timeslot be the same as or different from the value
Range(e.g. range of the source timeslots. The
1,3-6) number of source timeslots must be,
however, the same as the number of sink
timeslots. For example, if the source
timeslots are five VC-12s, the sink
timeslots must be five VC-12s.

Activate Yes -
Immediate
ly

User B1 Level VC12 The timeslot bound with the service of


user B1 is at the VC-12 level. The service
level must be consistent with the level of
the path bound with the VCTRUNK.

Service Bidirection The service of user B1 is a bidirectional


Direction al service.

Source 5- When you create a bidirectional SDH


Slot EGS4-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the Ethernet board as the source
slot.

Source VC4-4 The value range of Source VC4 is


VC4 consistent with the value range of
Available Resources, which is set for the
paths bound with VCTRUNK2. In the
case of VCTRUNK2, the value of
Available Resources is VC4-4.

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User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

Source 6-15 The value range of the source timeslots is


Timeslot consistent with the value range of
Range(e.g. Available Timeslots, which is set for the
1,3-6) paths bound with VCTRUNK2. In this
example, the value range of Available
Timeslots is from VC12-6 to VC12-15.

Sink Slot 3- When you create a bidirectional SDH


SL4D-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the line board as the sink slot.

Sink VC4 VC4-1 In this example, VC4-1 is specified as the


VC-4 timeslot of the Ethernet service on
the line board.

Sink 6-15 The value range of the sink timeslots can


Timeslot be the same as or different from the value
Range(e.g. range of the source timeslots. The
1,3-6) number of source timeslots must be,
however, the same as the number of sink
timeslots. For example, if the source
timeslots are 10 VC-12s, the sink
timeslots must be 10 VC-12s.

Activate Yes -
Immediate
ly

Step 2 Configure the EPL services for users A1 and B1 on NE2.

1. Click . Select NE2 in the Navigation Tree that is displayed. Then, click OK.
2. In the NE Explorer, select NE2, and then choose Configuration > SDH/PDH Service
Configuration from the Function Tree.
3. Click Create on the lower-right pane to display the Create SDH/PDH Service dialog
box. Set the parameters as follows.
Parameter Value in Description
This
Example

Level VC12 The SDH service of NE1, which passes through NE2, is
at the VC-12 level.

Service Bidirectional As shown in Figure 12-12, the SDH service from NE1
Direction to NE2 is a bidirectional service.

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Parameter Value in Description


This
Example

Source Slot 3- As shown in Figure 12-12, the service signals are


SL4D-1(SD transmitted from 3-SL4D-1(SDH-1) to 3-
H-1) SL4D-2(SDH-2). In this example, Source Slot is set to
3-SL4D-1(SDH-1).

Source VC4-1 VC4-1 is allocated to the service from NE1 to NE2.


VC4

Source 1-15 The service between user A1 and user B1 uses timeslots
Timeslot 1-15.
Range(e.g.
1,3-6)

Sink Slot 3- As shown in Figure 12-12, the service signals are


SL4D-2(SD transmitted from 3-SL4D-1(SDH-1) to 3-
H-2) SL4D-2(SDH-2). In this example, Sink Slot is set to 3-
SL4D-2(SDH-2).

Sink VC4 VC4-1 It is recommended that you set Sink Slot to be the same
as Source Slot.

Sink 1-15 The service between user A1 and user B1 uses timeslots
Timeslot 1-15.
Range(e.g.
1,3-6)

Activate Yes -
Immediatel
y

Step 3 Configure the EPL services for users A2 and B3 on NE3.

Refer to Step 1 and configure the EPL services for users A2 and B2. The parameter values of
user A2 and user B2 must be consistent with the parameter values of user A1 and user B1.

Step 4 Check whether the service between user A1 and user A2 and the service between user B1 and
user B2 are correct. For the operation procedure, see 17.4.2 Check Service Continuity.

Step 5 Enable the performance monitoring function of the NEs. For details, see 6.6 Starting NE
Performance Monitoring.

Step 6 Back up the configuration data of the NEs. For details, see 18.5.1 Backing Up the NE
Configuration Data to the System Control, Switching, and Timing Board.

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Relevant Task
If the services are configured incorrectly and thus need to be deleted, see Deleting Ethernet
Private Line Services.

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12.2.2.4 Extended Application Scenarios


This topic describes how to configure the port-based EPL services in special networking
scenarios.

Scenario 1: Source and Sink Nodes Are Directly Connected or More Explicit
Nodes Are Configured

Table 12-39 Configuration description


Per-NE Configuration End-to-End Configuration

Each pass-through node must be separately Each explicit node must be separately
configured. For details, see Step 2. configured during creation of the VC-4
The pass-through nodes do not need to be service trail. For details, see Step 1.1.
configured when the source and sink nodes The explicit nodes do not need to be
are directly connected. configured when the source and sink nodes
are directly connected.

12.2.2.5 E2E Service Planning


Ethernet services are received from external ports, encapsulated through internal ports, and
then transparently transmitted on the SDH network, in this way implementing the
communication between the local node and a remote node.

Figure 12-13 shows the EPL service signal flows and related timeslot allocation.

Figure 12-13 Signal flow and timeslot allocation (Ethernet switching board)

l The EPL services of user A:

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– Occupy the first to fifth VC-12 timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-5) on
the SDH link between NE1 and NE3 and pass through NE2.
– Are added and dropped by using the first to fifth VC-12 timeslots of the fourth
VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-5) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the first to fifth VC-12
timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-5) on the EGS4 board of NE3.
l The EPL services of user B:
– Occupy the sixth to fifteenth VC-12 timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:6-15)
on the SDH link between NE1 and NE3 and pass through NE2.
– Are added and dropped by using the sixth to fifteenth VC-12 timeslots of the fourth
VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:6-15) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the sixth to fifteenth
VC-12 timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:6-15) on the EGS4 board of
NE3.

EPL Service from A1 to A2

Table 12-40 Planning of the VC-4 service trail


Parameter Value Description

Direction Bidirectional Services between users are


bidirectional.

Level VC4 Server Trail VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH link


is used for service transmission.

Servcie Domain SDH&RTN -

Resource Usage Protected Resource -


Strategy

Protection Priority Trail Protection First -


Strategy

Source NE1 NE to which A1 is connected.

Sink NE3 NE to which A2 is connected.

Set Timeslot 1 VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH link


Route NOTE is used for service transmission.
Timesl Click Set Route Timeslot. In the
ot Set Route Timeslot dialog box that
is displayed, set the timeslot of the
VC-4 service trail from NE1 to NE3
to VC4-1.

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Table 12-41 Planning of the trunk link trail


Parameter Value Description

Bandwidth 5 X: VC12 A total of 10 Mbit/s bandwidth is


required between users, and one
VC-12 channel provides 2 Mbit/s
bandwidth. Therefore, a total of
five VC-12 channels are
required.

Source NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Bound Panel
Timesl
ot VCTRU 1 VCTRUNK port for service
NK Port transmission.

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslot

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 5 of VC-4


Order VC12(5) channel 4 on the board are used
for adding and dropping services.

Sink NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Bound Panel
Timesl
ot VCTRU 1 VCTRUNK port for service
NK Port transmission.

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslot

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 5 of VC-4


Order VC12(5) channel 4 on the board are used
for adding and dropping services.

Table 12-42 Planning of EPL service parameters


Parameter Value Description

Source Port Port -


Usage
Strategy

Port NE1-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by A1 to receive


services.

Sink Port Port -


Usage
Strategy

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Parameter Value Description

Port NE3-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by A2 to receive


services.

EPL Service from B1 to B2


NOTE

l The VC-4 service trail of the EPL service from B1 to B2 is the same as that of the EVPL service from A1
to A2 and you do not need to create one.
l The values in bold are the settings different from those of the EPL service from A1 to A2.

Table 12-43 Planning of the trunk link trail


Parameter Value Description

Bandwidth 10 X: VC12 A total of 20 Mbit/s bandwidth is


required between users, and one
VC-12 channel provides 2 Mbit/s
bandwidth. Therefore, a total of
10 VC-12 channels are required.

Source NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Bound Panel
Timesl
ot VCTRU 2 VCTRUNK port for service
NK Port transmission.

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslot

Lower VC4-4-VC12(6)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 6 to 15 of VC-4


Order VC12(15) channel 4 on the board are used
for adding and dropping services.

Sink NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Bound Panel
Timesl
ot VCTRU 2 VCTRUNK port for service
NK Port transmission.

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslot

Lower VC4-4-VC12(6)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 6 to 15 of VC-4


Order VC12(15) channel 4 on the board are used
for adding and dropping services.

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Table 12-44 Planning of EPL (VLAN) service parameters


Parameter Value Description

Source Port Port -


Usage
Strategy

Port NE1-5-N4EGS4-PORT-2 Port used by B1 to receive


services.

Sink Port Port -


Usage
Strategy

Port NE3-5-N4EGS4-PORT-2 Port used by B2 to receive


services.

12.2.2.6 E2E Configuration Procedure


This topic describes how to configure EPL services on Ethernet switching boards in end-to-
end mode.

Prerequisites
You must understand the information provided in 12.2.2.2 Per-NE Service Planning.

Legend Information

Procedure
Step 1 Configure the EPL services between user A1 and user A2 in end-to-end mode.
1. Create a VC-4 service trail.
a. Log in to the NMS, as shown in the following figure.

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b. Set the parameters for the VC-4 service trail.

c. Double-click the source NE (NE1) and sink NE (NE 3) on the right side of the main
topology, and configure the source and sink ends for the VC-4 service trail.

d. In the Trail Settings tab, configure Explicit Node and Set Route Timeslot.

Table 12-45 Planning of the VC-4 service trail


Parameter Value Description

Direction Bidirectional Services between users are


bidirectional.

Level VC4 Server Trail VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH


link is used for service
transmission.

Servcie Domain SDH&RTN -

Resource Usage Protected Resource -


Strategy

Protection Trail Protection First -


Priority Strategy

Source NE1 NE to which A1 is


connected.

Sink NE3 NE to which A2 is


connected.

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Parameter Value Description

Set Timeslo 1 VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH


Route t NOTE link is used for service
Times Click Set Route Timeslot. In transmission.
lot the Set Route Timeslot dialog
box that is displayed, set the
timeslot of the VC-4 service
trail from NE1 to NE3 to
VC4-1.

e. Click Apply. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed indicating that the
operation is successful. Click Close or Browse Trail to query the created VC-4
service trail.
2. Create a trunk link.
a. Log in to the NMS, as shown in the following figure.

b. Set Bandwidth to 5 X: VC12. Select Auto Create Server Trails.

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c. Configure the timeslots to be bound to the source NE.

Table 12-46 Planning of the trunk link trail


Parameter Value Description

Bandwidth 5 X: VC12 A total of 10 Mbit/s


bandwidth is required
between users, and one
VC-12 channel provides 2
Mbit/s bandwidth. Therefore,
a total of five VC-12
channels are required.

Sourc NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


e Panel
Boun
d VCTR 1 VCTRUNK port for service
Times UNK transmission.
lot Port

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslo
t

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 5 of


Order VC12(5) VC-4 channel 4 on the board
are used for adding and
dropping services.

Sink NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Boun Panel
d
Times VCTR 1 VCTRUNK port for service
lot UNK transmission.
Port

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslo
t

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Parameter Value Description

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 5 of


Order VC12(5) VC-4 channel 4 on the board
are used for adding and
dropping services.

d. Configure the timeslots to be bound to the sink NE.

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e. Select Activate the trail, and click Apply to complete the creation of the trunk link
trail from NE1 to NE3.
3. Create EPL services.
a. Log in to the NMS, as shown in the following figure.

b. Double-click the source NE (NE1) and sink NE (NE3) on the right side of the main
topology, and configure the source and sink ends for the Ethernet E-Line service.

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Table 12-47 Planning of EPL service parameters

Parameter Value Description

Sourc Port Port -


e Usage
Strateg
y

Port NE1-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by A1 to receive


services.

Sink Port Port -


Usage
Strateg
y

Port NE3-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by A2 to receive


services.

c. Set trunk link routing policies using the existing trunk link, and select the trunk link
trail created in Step 1.2. Click Next.
d. Set port attributes in Port Attribute Setting.

Table 12-48 Attribute settings of the ports between A1 and A2

Parameter Value in This


Example

Source NE PORT1 Entry Detection Disabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Disabled

Sink NE PORT1 Entry detection Disabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Disabled

Other parameters Default values

e. Select Activate the trail and click Finish to complete the creation of the Ethernet
E-Line service from NE1 to NE3.

Step 2 According to the service plan, repeat Step 1 to configure EPL services between user B1 and
user B2.

Step 3 Check whether the services between user A1 and user A2 and the services between user B1
and user B2 are proper. For details, see 17.4.2 Check Service Continuity.

Step 4 Enable the performance monitoring function of the NEs. For details, see Starting NE
Performance Monitoring.

Step 5 Back up the configuration data of the NEs. For details, see 18.5.1 Backing Up the NE
Configuration Data to the System Control, Switching, and Timing Board.

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12.2.3 Configuring PORT-Shared EVPL (VLAN) Services


The PORT-shared EVPL (VLAN) service is applicable when the services of multiple users
received from the same external port on the Ethernet board at a station are transmitted on
different VCTRUNKs to another station or to another external port of the station.

12.2.3.1 Networking Diagram


The services of multiple users received from the same external port on an Ethernet board of a
station are transmitted to different stations on different VCTRUNKs.

Service Requirement
In the network as shown in Figure 12-14, the service requirements are as follows:

l The headquarters C1 of user C is located at NE1. Two branches (C2 and C3) of user C
are located at NE2 and NE4. The services between C1 and C2 are transmitted in the
VLAN of which the VLAN ID is 100. The services between C1 and C3 are transmitted
in the VLAN of which the VLAN ID is 200.
l The services of C2 are isolated from the services of C3. The services of C2 and C3
require a 20 Mbit/s bandwidth respectively.
l The Ethernet equipment of C1, C2, and C3 provides 100 Mbit/s Ethernet electrical
interfaces that work in auto-negotiation mode. The Ethernet equipment of C1 supports
VLANs, but the Ethernet equipment of C2 and C3 does not support VLANs.
– The VLAN ID used by the Ethernet services between C1 and C2 is 100.
– The VLAN ID used by the Ethernet services between C1 and C3 is 200.

Figure 12-14 Networking diagram for configuring PORT-shared EVPL (VLAN) services

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Board Configuration Information


In this example, NE1 is configured with an EGS4 board. VLAN IDs are used to isolate the
data of different users received from the same port. NE2 and NE4 are each configured with an
EGS4 board. The EPL services are configured to implement service transparent transmission
from NE2 and NE4 to NE1.

12.2.3.2 Per-NE Service Planning


Ethernet services wherein different VLAN IDs are used to isolate the data of different users
are received from the same external port of NE1, encapsulated through an internal port, and
transparently transmitted on the SDH network. In this way, the node communicates with a
remote node.
Figure 12-15 shows the signal flow of the PORT-shared EVPL (VLAN) services and the
timeslot allocation to the PORT-shared EVPL (VLAN) services.

Figure 12-15 Signal flow and timeslot allocation

l The EVPL service from C1 to C2:


– Occupies the first to tenth VC-12 timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-10) on
the SDH link from NE1 to NE2.
– Is added and dropped by using the first to tenth VC-12 timeslots of the fourth VC-4
(VC4-4:VC12:1-10) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the first to tenth VC-12
timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-10) on the EGS4 board of NE2.
l The EVPL service from C1 to C3:
– Occupies the first to tenth VC-12 timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-10) on
the SDH link from NE1 to NE4.
– Is added and dropped by the using the eleventh to twentieth VC-12 timeslots of the
fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:11-20) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the first to tenth
VC-12 timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-10) on the EGS4 board of
NE4.

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Table 12-49 Parameters of external ports on the Ethernet boards


Parameter NE1 NE2 NE4

Board EGS4 EGS4 EGS4

Port PORT1 PORT1 PORT1

Enabled/Disabled Enabled Enabled Enabled

Working Mode Auto-Negotiation Auto-Negotiation Auto-Negotiation

Maximum Frame 1522 1522 1522


Length

TAG Tag Aware Tag Aware Tag Aware

Table 12-50 Parameters of internal ports on the Ethernet boards


Parameter NE1 NE2 NE4

Board EGS4 EGS4 EGS4

Port VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK2 VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK1

Mapping GFP GFP GFP GFP


Protocol

TAG Access Access Access Access

Entry Detection Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled

Default VLAN 100 200 100 200


ID

VLAN Priority 0 0 0 0

Bound Path VC4-4:VC12-1 VC4-4:VC12-1 VC4-4:VC12-1 VC4-4:VC12-1


to VC12-10 1 to VC12-20 to VC12-10 to VC12-10

Port Type UNI UNI UNI UNI

Table 12-51 Parameters of the PORT-shared EVPL (VLAN) services


Parameter NE1

EVPL1 EVPL2
(PORT1←→ (PORT1←→
VCTRUNK1) VCTRUNK2)

Board EGS4

Service Type EVPL

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Parameter NE1

EVPL1 EVPL2
(PORT1←→ (PORT1←→
VCTRUNK1) VCTRUNK2)

Service Direction Bidirectional

Source Port PORT1 PORT1

Source C-VLAN (e.g. 1,3-6) 100 200

Sink Port VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK2

Sink C-VLAN (e.g. 1,3-6) 100 200

12.2.3.3 Per-NE Configuration Procedure


Ethernet switching boards are required for creating EVPL services of different VLAN IDs on
NE1. In this way, the data of different users received from the same external port can be
differentiated. Ethernet switching boards are required for creating EPL transparent
transmission services on NE2 and NE4.

Prerequisites
You must be familiar with Flow of Configuring EVPL Services.

Procedure
Step 1 Configure the EVPL services for user C1 on NE1.
1. Set the attributes of the external port (PORT1 of the EGS4 board) used by the service of
user C1.
– In the NE Explorer, select the EGS4 board, and then choose Configuration >
Ethernet Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree.
– Select External Port.
– Click the Basic Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.

Param Value in This Description


eter Example

Enabled PORT1: Enabled The service of user C1 occupies PORT1.


/ In this example, Enabled/Disabled is set
Disable to Enable.
d

Workin PORT1: Auto- The Ethernet service access equipment of


g Mode Negotiation user C1 supports the auto-negotiation
mode. In this example, Working Mode is
set to Auto-Negotiation.

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Param Value in This Description


eter Example

Maxim PORT1: 1522 Generally, this parameter adopts the


um default value 1522.
Frame
Length

MAC PORT1: Non-Loopback The MAC loopback setting is used for


Loopba fault diagnosis. In this example, MAC
ck Loopback is set to Non-Loopback.

PHY PORT1: Non-Loopback The PHY loopback setting is used for fault
Loopba diagnosis. In this example, PHY
ck Loopback is set to Non-Loopback.

– Click the Flow Control tab. The parameters in the Flow Control tab page adopt the
default values.
– Click the TAG Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.

Param Value in This Description


eter Example

TAG PORT1: Tag Aware When the port is set to Tag Aware, all data
frames transmitted and received at the port
must have VLAN tags. In this example,
TAG is set to Tag Aware.

Default - When TAG is set to Tag Aware, you need


VLAN not set Default VLAN ID.
ID

VLAN - When TAG is set to Tag Aware, you need


Priority not set VLAN Priority.

Entry PORT1: Enabled The equipment of user C1 supports


Detecti VLANs. Hence, the entry detection
on function must be enabled to check the
VLAN tag. In this way, the user data
frames with different VLAN tags can be
distinguished at one port. In this example,
Entry Detection of PORT1 is set to
Enabled.

– Click the Network Attributes tab. The parameters in the Network Attributes tab
page adopt the default values.
– Click the Advanced Attributes tab. The parameters in the Advanced Attributes
tab page adopt the default values.
2. Set the attributes of the internal ports (VCTRUNK1 and VCTRUNK2 of the EGS4
board) used by the services between user C1 and user C2 and between user C1 and user
C3.

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– Select Internal Port.


– Click the TAG Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

TAG VCTRUNK1: Access This parameter is set to Access if the


VCTRUNK2: Access Ethernet equipment of users C2 and C3
does not support VLANs and if the
transmitted packets do not carry VLAN
tags.

Default VCTRUNK1: 100 According to the plan, the VLAN ID is set


VLAN VCTRUNK2: 200 to 100 on the transmission network side for
ID Ethernet services between user C1 and
user C2.
The VLAN ID is set to 200 on the
transmission network side for Ethernet
services between user C1 and user C3.

VLAN VCTRUNK1: 0 In this example, this parameter adopts the


Priority VCTRUNK2: 0 default value.

Entry VCTRUNK1: Enabled VCTRUNK1 is used by the service


Detecti VCTRUNK2: Enabled between user C1 and user C2.
on VCTRUNK2 is used by the service
between user C1 and user C3. Then, you
need to enable the entry detection function
to detect the VLAN tags of the received
packets.

– Click the Network Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

Port VCTRUNK1: UNI UNI indicates the user-network interface,


Attribut VCTRUNK2: UNI namely, the interface of the service
es provider located near the user side. The
UNI interface processes the tag attribute of
IEEE 802.1Q-compliant packets. That is,
the UNI interface processes and identifies
the VLAN information of the accessed
user packets, according to the supported
tag flag, namely, Tag Aware, Access, and
Hybrid.

– Click the Encapsulation/Mapping tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.

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Param Value in This Description


eter Example

Mappin VCTRUNK1: GFP Mapping Protocol of the VCTRUNKs on


g VCTRUNK2: GFP the Ethernet boards of the interconnected
Protoco equipment at both ends must be set to the
l same value.

Scrambl VCTRUNK1: In this example, this parameter adopts the


e Scrambling mode default value Scrambling mode [X43+1].
[X43+1]
VCTRUNK2:
Scrambling mode
[X43+1]

Set VCTRUNK1: No When Mapping Protocol is set to GFP,


Inverse VCTRUNK2: No this parameter is valid and adopts the
Value default value -. Set Inverse Value for
for CRC of the VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet
CRC boards of the interconnected equipment at
both ends must be set to the same value.

Check VCTRUNK1: FCS32 In this example, this parameter adopts the


Field VCTRUNK2: FCS32 default value FCS32. Check Field Length
Length of the VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet boards
of the interconnected equipment at both
ends must be set to the same value.

FCS VCTRUNK1: Big When Mapping Protocol is set to GFP,


Calculat endian FCS Calculated Bit Sequence is set to
ed Bit VCTRUNK2: Big Big endian. FCS Calculated Bit
Sequen endian Sequence of the VCTRUNKs on the
ce Ethernet boards of the interconnected
equipment at both ends must be set to the
same value.

– Click the LCAS tab. The parameters in the LCAS tab page adopt the default
values.
– Click the Bound Path tab. Click the Configuration button. Set the following
parameters in the Bound Path Configuration dialog box that is displayed. Then,
click Apply.

User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

User C1 Configura VCTRUN As shown in Figure 12-15, VCTRUNK1


←→ ble Ports K1 is used by the service between user C1 and
user C2 user C2.

Avai Le VC12-xv The service between user C1 and user C2


labl vel uses a 20 Mbit/s bandwidth. Hence, 10
e VC-12s need to be bound.

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User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

Bou Ser Bidirectio The service between user C1 and user C2


nd vic nal is a bidirectional service.
Path e
s Dir
ecti
on

Av VC4-4 Select VC4-4.


aila
ble
Res
our
ces

Av VC12-1 to Ten VC-12s need to be bound. In this


aila VC12-10 example, the first to the tenth VC-12s need
ble to be selected in sequence.
Ti
me
slot
s

User C1 Configura VCTRUN As shown in Figure 12-15, VCTRUNK2


←→ ble Ports K2 is used by the service between user C1 and
user C3 user C3.

Avai Le VC12-xv The service between user C1 and user C3


labl vel uses a 20 Mbit/s bandwidth. Hence, 10
e VC-12s need to be bound.
Bou
nd Ser Bidirectio The service between user C1 and user C3
Path vic nal is a bidirectional service.
s e
Dir
ecti
on

Av VC4-4 Select VC4-4.


aila
ble
Res
our
ces

Av VC12-11 Ten VC-12s need to be bound. In this


aila to example, the eleventh to the twentieth
ble VC12-20 VC-12s need to be selected in sequence.
Ti
me
slot
s

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– Click the Advanced Attributes tab. The parameters in the Advanced Attributes
tab page adopt the default values.
3. Configure the Ethernet private line services between user C1 and user C2 and between
user C1 and user C3.
– In the NE Explorer, select the EGS4 board and then choose Configuration >
Ethernet Service > Ethernet Line Service from the Function Tree.
– Click New on the lower-right pane to display the Create Ethernet Line Service
window. Set the following parameters and then click OK. The Operation Result
dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation is successful. Click Close.
User Parameter Value in Description
This
Example

User C1 Service EPL The service between user C1 and C2 is a


←→user Type point-to-point Ethernet private line service.
C2
Service Bidirection The service between user C1 and user C2 is a
Direction al bidirectional service.

Source Port PORT1 When creating the bidirectional Ethernet


service from a PORT to a VCTRUNK, it is
recommended that you use a specific PORT
as the source port. PORT1 is the external port
used by the service between user C1 and user
C2.

Source C- 100 According to the plan, the VLAN ID is set to


VLAN (e.g. 100 for the Ethernet service between user C1
1, 3-6) and user C2.

Sink Port VCTRUN When creating the bidirectional Ethernet


K1 service from a PORT to a VCTRUNK, it is
recommended that you use a specific
VCTRUNK as the sink port. VCTRUNK1 is
the internal port used by the service between
user C1 and user C2.

Sink C- 100 According to the plan, the VLAN ID is set to


VLAN (e.g. 100 for the Ethernet service between user C1
1, 3-6) and user C2.

User C1 Service EPL The service between user C1 and C3 is a


←→user Type point-to-point Ethernet private line service.
C3
Service Bidirection The service between user C1 and user C3 is a
Direction al bidirectional service.

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User Parameter Value in Description


This
Example

Source Port PORT1 When creating the bidirectional Ethernet


service from a PORT to a VCTRUNK, it is
recommended that you use a specific PORT
as the source port. PORT1 is the external port
used by the service between user C1 and user
C3.

Source C- 200 According to the plan, the VLAN ID is set to


VLAN (e.g. 200 for the Ethernet service between user C1
1, 3-6) and user C3.

Sink Port VCTRUN When creating the bidirectional Ethernet


K2 service from a PORT to a VCTRUNK, it is
recommended that you use a specific
VCTRUNK as the sink port. VCTRUNK2 is
the internal port used by the service between
user C1 and user C2.

Sink C- 200 According to the plan, the VLAN ID is set to


VLAN (e.g. 200 for the Ethernet service between user C1
1, 3-6) and user C3.

4. Configure the cross-connections from the Ethernet service between user C1 and user C2
to the SDH link and the Ethernet service between user C1 and user C3 to the SDH link.
– In the NE Explorer, select NE1 and then choose Configuration > SDH/PDH
Service Configuration from the Function Tree.
– Click Create on the lower-right pane to display the Create SDH/PDH Service
dialog box. Set the parameters as follows.
User Paramete Value in Description
r This
Example

User C1 Level VC12 The timeslots bound with the service


←→ between user C1 and user C2 is at the
user C2 VC-12 level. The service level must be
consistent with the level of the paths
bound with the VCTRUNK.

Service Bidirection The service between user C1 and user C2


Direction al is a bidirectional service.

Source 5- When you create a bidirectional SDH


Slot EGS4-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the Ethernet board as the source
slot.

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User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

Source VC4-4 The value range of Source VC4 is


VC4 consistent with the value range of
Available Resources, which is set for the
paths bound with VCTRUNK1. In this
example, Source VC4 is set to VC4-4.

Source 1-10 The value range of the source timeslots is


Timeslot consistent with the value range of
Range(e.g. Available Timeslots, which is set for the
1,3-6) paths bound with VCTRUNK1. In this
example, the value range of Available
Timeslots is from VC12-1 to VC12-10.

Sink Slot 3- When you create a bidirectional SDH


SL4D-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the line board as the sink slot.

Sink VC4 VC4-1 In this example, VC4-1 is specified as the


VC-4 timeslot of the Ethernet service on
the line board.

Sink 1-10 The value range of the sink timeslots can


Timeslot be the same as or different from the value
Range(e.g. range of the source timeslots. The
1,3-6) number of source timeslots must be,
however, the same as the number of sink
timeslots. For example, if the source
timeslots are ten VC-12s, the sink
timeslots must be ten VC-12s.

Activate Yes -
Immediate
ly

User C1 Level VC12 The timeslots bound with the service


←→ between user C1 and user C3 is at the
user C3 VC-12 level. The service level must be
consistent with the level of the paths
bound with the VCTRUNK.

Service Bidirection The service between user C1 and user C3


Direction al is a bidirectional service.

Source 5- When you create a bidirectional SDH


Slot EGS4-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the Ethernet board as the source
slot.

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User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

Source VC4-4 The value range of Source VC4 is


VC4 consistent with the value range of
Available Resources, which is set for the
paths bound with VCTRUNK1. In this
example, Source VC4 is set to VC4-4.

Source 11-20 The value range of the source timeslots is


Timeslot consistent with the value range of
Range(e.g. Available Timeslots, which is set for the
1,3-6) paths bound with VCTRUNK2. In this
example, the value range of Available
Timeslots is from VC12-11 to VC12-20.

Sink Slot 3- When you create a bidirectional SDH


SL4D-2(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-2) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the line board as the sink slot.

Sink VC4 VC4-1 In this example, VC4-1 is specified as the


VC-4 timeslot of the Ethernet service on
the line board.

Sink 1-10 The value range of the sink timeslots can


Timeslot be the same as or different from the value
Range(e.g. range of the source timeslots. The
1,3-6) number of source timeslots must be,
however, the same as the number of sink
timeslots. For example, if the source
timeslots are ten VC-12s, the sink
timeslots must be ten VC-12s.

Activate Yes -
Immediate
ly

Step 2 Configure the EPL services on NE2 and NE4.


NOTE

The Ethernet services of NE2 and NE4 are point-to-point transparent transmission services. See 12.2.2
Configuring EPL Services to set the parameters.

Step 3 Check whether the services are configured correctly. For the operation procedures, see 17.4.2
Check Service Continuity.
l Before testing the service connectivity between headquarters C1 and branch C2, set
TAG of PORT1 on the EGS4 board to Access and Default VLAN ID to 100.
l Before testing the service connectivity between headquarters C1 and branch C3, set
TAG of PORT1 on the EGS4 board to Access and Default VLAN ID to 200.
NOTE

After the test, change the modified parameter values to the values specified in the service configuration.

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Step 4 Enable the performance monitoring function of the NEs. For details, see 6.6 Starting NE
Performance Monitoring.
Step 5 Back up the configuration data of the NEs. For details, see 18.5.1 Backing Up the NE
Configuration Data to the System Control, Switching, and Timing Board.

----End

Relevant Task
If the services are configured incorrectly and thus need to be deleted, see Deleting Ethernet
Private Line Services.

12.2.3.4 Extended Application Scenarios


This topic describes how to configure the EPL services that share a port in special networking
scenarios.

Scenario 1: Some Source and Sink Nodes Are Directly Connected and Some Are
Indirectly Connected

Figure 12-16 Networking diagram

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Table 12-52 Configuration description


Per-NE Configuration End-to-End Configuration

The EVPL1, EVPL2, and EVPL3 services The EVPL1, EVPL2, and EVPL3 services
must be created separately. must be created separately.
When creating the EVPL1 service, During creation of the EVPL1 service,
configure a pass-through node separately. configure each explicit node separately for
For details, see Step 2. the VC-4 service trail. For details, see Step
1.1.

12.2.3.5 E2E Service Planning


Ethernet services wherein different VLAN IDs are used to isolate the data of different users
are received from the same external port of NE1, encapsulated through an internal port, and
transparently transmitted on the SDH network. In this way, the node communicates with a
remote node.
Figure 12-17 shows the signal flow of the PORT-shared EVPL (VLAN) services and the
timeslot allocation to the PORT-shared EVPL (VLAN) services.

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Figure 12-17 Signal flow and timeslot allocation

l The EVPL service from C1 to C2:


– Occupies the first to tenth VC-12 timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-10) on
the SDH link from NE1 to NE2.
– Is added and dropped by using the first to tenth VC-12 timeslots of the fourth VC-4
(VC4-4:VC12:1-10) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the first to tenth VC-12
timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-10) on the EGS4 board of NE2.
l The EVPL service from C1 to C3:
– Occupies the first to tenth VC-12 timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-10) on
the SDH link from NE1 to NE4.
– Is added and dropped by the using the eleventh to twentieth VC-12 timeslots of the
fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:11-20) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the first to tenth
VC-12 timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-10) on the EGS4 board of
NE4.

EVPL Service from C1 to C2

Table 12-53 Planning of the VC-4 service trail

Parameter Value Description

Direction Bidirectional Services between users are


bidirectional.

Level VC4 Server Trail VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH link


is used for service transmission.

Servcie Domain SDH&RTN -

Resource Usage Protected Resource -


Strategy

Protection Priority Trail Protection First -


Strategy

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Parameter Value Description

Source NE1 NE to which C1 is connected.

Sink NE2 NE to which C2 is connected.

Set Timeslot 1 VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH link


Route NOTE is used for service transmission.
Timesl Click Set Route Timeslot. In the
ot Set Route Timeslot dialog box that
is displayed, set the timeslot of the
VC-4 service trail from NE1 to NE2
to VC4-1.

Table 12-54 Planning of the trunk link trail


Parameter Value Description

Bandwidth 10 X: VC12 A total of 20 Mbit/s bandwidth is


required between users, and one
VC-12 channel provides 2 Mbit/s
bandwidth. Therefore, a total of
10 VC-12 channels are required.

Source NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Bound Panel
Timesl
ot VCTRU 1 VCTRUNK port for service
NK Port transmission.

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslot

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 10 of VC-4


Order VC12(10) channel 4 on the board are used
for adding and dropping services.

Sink NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Bound Panel
Timesl
ot VCTRU 1 VCTRUNK port for service
NK Port transmission.

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslot

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 10 of VC-4


Order VC12(10) channel 4 on the board are used
for adding and dropping services.

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Table 12-55 Planning of EVPL (VLAN) service parameters


Parameter Value Description

Source Port Port+VLAN -


Usage
Strategy

Port NE1-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by C1 to receive


services.

VLAN 100 The VLAN ID of the Ethernet


ID services between C1 and C2 is
100.

Sink Port Port+VLAN -


Usage
Strategy

Port NE2-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by C2 to receive


services.

VLAN 100 The VLAN ID of the Ethernet


ID services between C1 and C2 is
100.

Table 12-56 Planning of attributes of the ports between C1 and C2


Parameter Value

Source NE PORT1 Entry Detection Enabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Enabled

Sink NE PORT1 Entry detection Enabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Enabled

Other parameters Default values

EVPL Service from C1 to C3


NOTE
The values in bold are the settings different from those of the EVPL service from C1 to C2.

Table 12-57 Planning of the VC-4 service trail


Parameter Value Description

Direction Bidirectional Services between users are


bidirectional.

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Parameter Value Description

Level VC4 Server Trail VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH link


is used for service transmission.

Servcie Domain SDH&RTN -

Resource Usage Protected Resource -


Strategy

Protection Priority Trail Protection First -


Strategy

Source NE1 NE to which C1 is connected.

Sink NE4 NE to which C3 is connected.

Set Timeslot 1 VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH link


Route NOTE is used for service transmission.
Timesl Click Set Route Timeslot. In the
ot Set Route Timeslot dialog box that
is displayed, set the timeslot of the
VC-4 service trail from NE1 to NE4
to VC4-1.

Table 12-58 Planning of the trunk link trail

Parameter Value Description

Bandwidth 10 X: VC12 A total of 20 Mbit/s bandwidth is


required between users, and one
VC-12 channel provides 2 Mbit/s
bandwidth. Therefore, a total of
10 VC-12 channels are required.

Source NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Bound Panel
Timesl
ot VCTRU 2 VCTRUNK port for service
NK Port transmission.

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslot

Lower VC4-4-VC12(11)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 10 of VC-4


Order VC12(20) channel 4 are used by services
from C1 to C2. Therefore, set the
parameter to VC-12 timeslots 11
to 20 of VC-4 channel 4.

Sink NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Bound Panel
Timesl
ot

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Parameter Value Description

VCTRU 1 VCTRUNK port for service


NK Port transmission.

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslot

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 10 of VC-4


Order VC12(10) channel 4 on the board are used
for adding and dropping services.

Table 12-59 Planning of EVPL (VLAN) service parameters


Parameter Value Description

Source Port Port+VLAN -


Usage
Strategy

Port NE1-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by C1 to receive


services.

VLAN 200 The VLAN ID of the Ethernet


ID services between C1 and C3 is
200.

Sink Port Port+VLAN -


Usage
Strategy

Port NE4-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by C3 to receive


services.

VLAN 200 The VLAN ID of the Ethernet


ID services between C1 and C3 is
200.

Table 12-60 Planning of attributes of the ports between C1 and C3


Parameter Value

Source NE PORT1 Entry Detection Enabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Enabled

Sink NE PORT1 Entry detection Enabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Enabled

Other parameters Default values

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12.2.3.6 E2E Configuration Procedure


This topic describes how to configure the port-based EVPL (VLAN) services in end-to-end
mode.

Prerequisites
You must understand the information provided in 12.2.3.1 Networking Diagram.

Legend Information

Procedure
Step 1 Configure the EVPL services between user C1 and user C2 in end-to-end mode.
1. Create a VC-4 server trail.
a. Log in to the NMS, as shown in the following figure.

b. Set the parameters for the VC-4 service trail.

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c. Double-click the source NE (NE1) and sink NE (NE2) on the right side of the main
topology, and configure the source and sink ends for the VC-4 service trail.

d. On the Trail Settings tab, click Set Route Timeslot to set a VC-4 service trail
timeslot from the NE1 to NE2.

Table 12-61 Planning of the VC-4 service trail


Parameter Value Description

Direction Bidirectional Services between users are


bidirectional.

Level VC4 Server Trail VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH


link is used for service
transmission.

Servcie Domain SDH&RTN -

Resource Usage Protected Resource -


Strategy

Protection Trail Protection First -


Priority Strategy

Source NE1 NE to which C1 is


connected.

Sink NE2 NE to which C2 is


connected.

Set Timeslo 1 VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH


Route t NOTE link is used for service
Times Click Set Route Timeslot. In transmission.
lot the Set Route Timeslot dialog
box that is displayed, set the
timeslot of the VC-4 service
trail from NE1 to NE2 to
VC4-1.

e. Click Apply. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed indicating that the
operation is successful. Click Close or Browse Trail to query the created VC-4
server trail.
2. Create a trunk link.
a. Log in to the NMS, as shown in the following figure.

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b. Set Bandwidth to 10 X: VC12. Select Auto Create Server Trails.

c. Configure the timeslots to be bound to the source NE.

Table 12-62 Planning of the trunk link trail


Parameter Value Description

Bandwidth 10 X: VC12 A total of 20 Mbit/s


bandwidth is required
between users, and one
VC-12 channel provides 2
Mbit/s bandwidth. Therefore,
a total of 10 VC-12 channels
are required.

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Parameter Value Description

Sourc NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


e Panel
Boun
d VCTR 1 VCTRUNK port for service
Times UNK transmission.
lot Port

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslo
t

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 10 of


Order VC12(10) VC-4 channel 4 on the board
are used for adding and
dropping services.

Sink NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Boun Panel
d
Times VCTR 1 VCTRUNK port for service
lot UNK transmission.
Port

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslo
t

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 10 of


Order VC12(10) VC-4 channel 4 on the board
are used for adding and
dropping services.

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d. Configure the timeslots to be bound to the sink NE.

e. Select Activate the trail and click Apply to complete the creation of the trunk link
trail from NE1 to NE3.
3. Create EVPL services.

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a. Log in to the NMS, as shown in the following figure.

b. Double-click the source NE (NE1) and sink NE (NE2) on the right side of the main
topology, and configure the source and sink ends for the Ethernet virtual E-Line
service.

Table 12-63 Planning of EVPL (VLAN) service parameters


Parameter Value Description

Sourc Port Port+VLAN -


e Usage
Strateg
y

Port NE1-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by C1 to receive


services.

VLAN 100 The VLAN ID of the


ID Ethernet services between C1
and C2 is 100.

Sink Port Port+VLAN -


Usage
Strateg
y

Port NE2-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by C2 to receive


services.

VLAN 100 The VLAN ID of the


ID Ethernet services between C1
and C2 is 100.

c. Set trunk link routing policies using the existing trunk link. Select the trunk link
trail created in Step 1.2, and click Next.
d. Set port attributes in Port Attribute Setting.

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Table 12-64 Planning of attributes of the ports between C1 and C2


Parameter Value

Source NE PORT1 Entry Detection Enabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Enabled

Sink NE PORT1 Entry detection Enabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Enabled

Other parameters Default values

e. Select Activate the trail and click Finish to complete the creation of the Ethernet
E-Line service from NE1 to NE2.
Step 2 According to Service Planning, repeat Step 1 to configure EVPL services between user C1
and user C3.
Step 3 Check whether the services between user C1 and user C2 and the services between user C1
and user C3 are proper. For details, see 17.4.2 Check Service Continuity.
Step 4 Enable the performance monitoring function of the NEs. For details, see Starting NE
Performance Monitoring.
Step 5 Back up the configuration data of the NEs. For details, see 18.5.1 Backing Up the NE
Configuration Data to the System Control, Switching, and Timing Board.

----End

12.2.4 Configuring VCTRUNK-Shared EVPL (VLAN) Services


When the data of multiple users without VLAN tags sent to a transmission network is
transmitted on the same VCTRUNK, the VCTRUNK-shared EVPL (VLAN) service is used
to isolate the data by adding VLAN tags. In this way, the bandwidth is shared on the SDH
side.

12.2.4.1 Networking Diagram


The data of multiple Ethernet users received from the same station is transmitted on the same
VCTRUNK and isolated by using different VLAN IDs. In this way, the bandwidth is shared
on the SDH side.

Service Requirement
In the network as shown in Figure 12-18, the service requirements are as follows:
l Two branches of user D are located at NE1 and NE2, and need to communicate with
each other.
l Two branches of user E are located at NE1 and NE2, and need to communicate with each
other.
l The services of user D need to be isolated from the services of user E. The traffic of user
D and user E, however, are complementary in terms of time and can share a 20 Mbit/s
bandwidth.

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l The Ethernet equipment of user D and user E provides 100 Mbit/s Ethernet ports of
which the working mode is auto-negotiation, and does not support VLAN tags.

Figure 12-18 Networking diagram for configuring VCTRUNK-shared EVPL (VLAN)


services

Board Configuration Information


In this example, NE1 and NE2 each are configured with an EGS4 board. Different VLAN IDs
are used to isolate the data of different users transmitted on the same VCTRUNK.
l When the data of user D arrives at the transmission network, the VLAN ID of 100 is
added to the data. When the data leaves the transmission network, the VLAN tag is
stripped.
l When the data of user E arrives at the transmission network, the VLAN ID of 200 is
added to the data. When the data leaves the transmission network, the VLAN tag is
stripped.

12.2.4.2 Per-NE Service Planning


The services of multiple users that are received from different external ports on an Ethernet
board are tagged with different VLAN IDs and then transmitted on the same VCTRUNK. In
this way, the data of different users is isolated. After the data arrives at the sink node, the
VLAN tags are stripped.
Figure 12-19 shows the signal flow of the VCTRUNK-shared EVPL (VLAN) services and
the timeslot allocation to the VCTRUNK-shared EVPL (VLAN) services.

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Figure 12-19 Signal flow and timeslot allocation

l The EVPL services of user D and user E that share VCTRUNK1 occupy the first to tenth
VC-12 timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-10) on the SDH link from NE1 to
NE2.
l The services are added and dropped by using the first to tenth VC-12 timeslots of the
fourth VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-10) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the first to tenth VC-12
timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-10) on the EGS4 board of NE2.

Table 12-65 Parameters of external ports on the Ethernet boards

Parameter NE1 NE2

Board EGS4 EGS4

Port PORT1 PORT2 PORT1 PORT2

Enabled/ Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled


Disabled

Working Mode Auto- Auto- Auto- Auto-


Negotiation Negotiation Negotiation Negotiation

Maximum 1522 1522 1522 1522


Frame Length

TAG Access Access Access Access

Entry Detection Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled

Default VLAN 100 200 100 200


ID

VLAN Priority 0 0 0 0

Table 12-66 Parameters of internal ports on the Ethernet boards

Parameter NE1 NE2

Board EGS4 EGS4

Port VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK1

Mapping Protocol GFP GFP

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Parameter NE1 NE2

TAG Tag Aware Tag Aware

Entry Detection Enabled Enabled

Bound Path VC4-4:VC12-1-VC12-10 VC4-4:VC12-1-VC12-10

Port Type UNI UNI

Table 12-67 Parameters of the VCTRUNK-shared EVPL (VLAN) services


Parameter NE1 NE2

EVPL1 EVPL2 EVPL1 EVPL2


PORT1←→ PORT2←→ PORT1←→ PORT2←→
VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK1

Board EGS4 EGS4

Service Type EVPL EVPL

Service Bidirectional Bidirectional


Direction

Source Port PORT1 PORT2 PORT1 PORT2

Source C- 100 200 100 200


VLAN (e.g.
1,3-6)

Sink Port VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK1

Sink C-VLAN 100 200 100 200


(e.g. 1,3-6)

12.2.4.3 Per-NE Configuration Procedure


Ethernet switching boards are required on both the source and sink nodes for creating EVPL
services of different VLAN IDs. In this way, the packets received from different external ports
are added with different VLAN tags. As a result, the packets are isolated when they are
transmitted on the same VCTRUNK.

Prerequisites
You must be familiar with Flow of Configuring EVPL Services.

Procedure
Step 1 Configure the EVPL services for users D1 and E1 on NE1.
1. Set the attributes of the external ports (PORT1 and PORT2 of the EGS4 board) used by
the service of user D1 and user E1.

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– In the NE Explorer, select the EGS4 board, and then choose Configuration >
Ethernet Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree.
– Select External Port.
– Click the Basic Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

Enabled PORT1: Enabled The service of user D1 occupies PORT1


/ PORT2: Enabled and the service of user E1 occupies
Disable PORT2. In this example, Enabled/
d Disabled is set to Enabled.

Workin PORT1: Auto- The Ethernet access equipment of user D1


g Mode Negotiation and user E1 supports the auto-negotiation
PORT2: Auto- mode. Working Mode of PORT1 and
Negotiation PORT2 is set to Auto-Negotiation.

Maxim PORT1: 1522 Generally, this parameter adopts the


um PORT2: 1522 default value 1522.
Frame
Length

MAC PORT1: Non-Loopback The MAC loopback setting is used for


Loopba PORT2: Non-Loopback fault diagnosis. In this example, MAC
ck Loopback is set to Non-Loopback.

PHY PORT1: Non-Loopback The PHY loopback setting is used for fault
Loopba PORT2: Non-Loopback diagnosis. In this example, PHY
ck Loopback is set to Non-Loopback.

– Click the Flow Control tab. The parameters in the Flow Control tab page adopt the
default values.
– Click the TAG Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

TAG PORT1: Access This parameter is set to Access if the


PORT2: Access Ethernet equipment of user D1 and user E1
does not support VLANs and if the
transmitted packets do not carry VLAN
tags.

Default PORT1: 100 According to the plan, the VLAN ID is set


VLAN PORT2: 200 to 100 on the transmission network side for
ID Ethernet services between user D1 and
user D2.
The VLAN ID is set to 200 on the
transmission network side for Ethernet
services between user E1 and user E2.

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Param Value in This Description


eter Example

VLAN PORT1: 0 In this example, this parameter adopts the


Priority PORT2: 0 default value.

Entry PORT1: Enabled If the equipment of users D1 and E1 does


Detecti PORT2: Enabled not support VLANs, you need to enable
on the entry detection function to detect
wether the received packets contain VLAN
tags. In this case, Entry Detection is set to
Enabled.

– Click the Network Attributes tab. The parameters in the Network Attributes tab
page adopt the default values.
– Click the Advanced Attributes tab. The parameters in the Advanced Attributes
tab page adopt the default values.
2. Set the attributes of the internal port (VCTRUNK1 on the EGS4 board) used by the
services between user D1 and user D2 and between E1 and user E2.
– Select Internal Port.
– Click the TAG Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

TAG VCTRUNK1: Tag When the port is set to Tag Aware, all data
Aware frames transmitted and received at the port
must have VLAN tags. In this example,
TAG is set to Tag Aware.

Default - When TAG is set to Tag Aware, you need


VLAN not set Default VLAN ID.
ID

VLAN - When TAG is set to Tag Aware, you need


Priority not set VLAN Priority.

Entry VCTRUNK1: Enabled VCTRUNK1 is used by the service


Detecti between user D1 and user D2 and the
on service between user E1 and user E2.
Then, you need to enable the entry
detection function to detect the VLAN tags
of the received packets.

– Click the Network Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.

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Param Value in This Description


eter Example

Port VCTRUNK1: UNI UNI indicates the user-network interface,


Attribut namely, the interface of the service
es provider located near the user side. The
UNI interface processes the tag attribute of
IEEE 802.1Q-compliant packets. That is,
the UNI interface processes and identifies
the VLAN information of the accessed
user packets, according to the supported
tag flag, namely, Tag Aware, Access, and
Hybrid.

– Click the Encapsulation/Mapping tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

Mappin VCTRUNK1: GFP Mapping Protocol of the VCTRUNKs on


g the Ethernet boards of the interconnected
Protoco equipment at both ends must be set to the
l same value.

Scrambl VCTRUNK1: In this example, this parameter adopts the


e Scrambling mode default value Scrambling mode [X43+1].
[X43+1] Scramble of the VCTRUNKs on the
Ethernet boards of the interconnected
equipment at both ends must be set to the
same value.

Set VCTRUNK1: - When Mapping Protocol is set to GFP,


Inverse this parameter is valid and adopts the
Value default value -. Set Inverse Value for
for CRC of the VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet
CRC boards of the interconnected equipment at
both ends must be set to the same value.

Check VCTRUNK1: FCS32 In this example, this parameter adopts the


Field default value FCS32. Check Field Length
Length of the VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet boards
of the interconnected equipment at both
ends must be set to the same value.

FCS VCTRUNK1: Big When Mapping Protocol is set to GFP,


Calculat endian FCS Calculated Bit Sequence is set to
ed Bit Big endian. FCS Calculated Bit
Sequen Sequence of the VCTRUNKs on the
ce Ethernet boards of the interconnected
equipment at both ends must be set to the
same value.

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– Click the LCAS tab. The parameters in the LCAS tab page adopt the default
values.
– Click the Bound Path tab. Click the Configuration button. Set the following
parameters in the Bound Path Configuration dialog box that is displayed. Then,
click Apply.
User Paramete Value Description
r in This
Examp
le

User D1 Configurab VCTR As shown in Figure 12-19, VCTRUNK1 is


←→user le Ports UNK1 used by the service between user D1 and
D2 user D2 and the service between user E1
User E1 and user E2.
←→user Ava Lev VC12- The service between user D1 and user D2
E2 ilab el xv and the service between user E1 and user E2
le share a 20 Mbit/s bandwidth. Ten VC-12s
Bo need to be bound.
und
Pat Serv Bidirect The service between user D1 and user D2
hs ice ional and the service between user E1 and user E2
Dire are bidirectional services.
ctio
n

Avai VC4-4 Select VC4-4.


lable
Res
ourc
es

Avai VC12-1 Ten VC-12s need to be bound. In this


lable to example, the first to the tenth VC-12s need
Tim VC12-1 to be selected in sequence.
eslot 0
s

– Click the Advanced Attributes tab. The parameters in the Advanced Attributes
tab page adopt the default values.
3. Configure the Ethernet private line services between user D1 and user D2 and between
user E1 and user E2.
– In the NE Explorer, select the EGS4 board, and then choose Configuration >
Ethernet Service > Ethernet Line Service from the Function Tree.
– Click New on the lower-right pane to display the Create Ethernet Line Service
window. Set the following parameters and then click OK. The Operation Result
dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation is successful. Click Close.

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User Parameter Value in Description


This
Example

User D1 Service EPL The service between user D1 and user D2 is a


←→user Type point-to-point EVPL service.
D2
Service Bidirection The service between user D1 and user D2 is a
Direction al bidirectional service.

Source Port PORT1 When creating the bidirectional Ethernet


service from a PORT to a VCTRUNK, it is
recommended that you use a specific PORT
as the source port. In this example, PORT1 is
the external port used by the service between
user D1 and user D2.

Source C- 100 According to the plan, the VLAN ID is set to


VLAN (e.g. 100 on the transmission network side for
1, 3-6) Ethernet service between user D1 and user
D2.

Sink Port VCTRUN When creating the bidirectional Ethernet


K1 service from a PORT to a VCTRUNK, it is
recommended that you use a specific
VCTRUNK as the sink port. In this example,
VCTRUNK1 is the internal port used by the
service between user D1 and user D2.

Sink C- 100 According to the plan, the VLAN ID is set to


VLAN (e.g. 100 on the transmission network side for
1, 3-6) Ethernet services between user D1 and user
D2.

User E1 Service EPL The service between user E1 and E2 is a


←→user Type point-to-point Ethernet private line service.
E2
Service Bidirection The service between user E1 and user E2 is a
Direction al bidirectional service.

Source Port PORT2 When creating the bidirectional Ethernet


service from a PORT to a VCTRUNK, it is
recommended that you use a specific PORT
as the source port. In this example, PORT2 is
the external port used by the service between
user E1 and user E2.

Source C- 200 According to the plan, the VLAN ID is set to


VLAN (e.g. 200 on the transmission network side for
1, 3-6) Ethernet service between user E1 and user
E2.

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User Parameter Value in Description


This
Example

Sink Port VCTRUN When creating the bidirectional Ethernet


K1 service from a PORT to a VCTRUNK, it is
recommended that you use a specific
VCTRUNK as the sink port. In this example,
VCTRUNK1 is the internal port used by the
service between user E1 and user E2.

Sink C- 200 According to the plan, the VLAN ID is set to


VLAN (e.g. 200 on the transmission network side for
1, 3-6) Ethernet service between user E1 and user
E2.

4. Configure the cross-connections from the Ethernet services to the SDH links for user D1
and user E1.
– In the NE Explorer, select NE1 and then choose Configuration > SDH/PDH
Service Configuration from the Function Tree.
– Click Create on the lower-right pane to display the Create SDH/PDH Service
dialog box. Set the parameters as follows.
User Paramete Value in Description
r This
Example

User D1 Level VC12 The timeslots bound with the service


←→ between user D1 and user D2 and the
user D2 service between user E1 and user E2 are
user E1 at the VC-12 level. The service level
←→ must be consistent with the level of the
user E2 paths bound with the VCTRUNK.

Service Bidirection The service between user D1 and user D2


Direction al and the service between user E1 and user
E2 are bidirectional services.

Source 5- When you create a bidirectional SDH


Slot EGS4-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the Ethernet board as the source
slot.

Source VC4-4 The value range of Source VC4 is


VC4 consistent with the value range of
Available Resources, which is set for the
paths bound with VCTRUNK1. In this
example, Source VC4 is set to VC4-4.

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User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

Source 1-10 The value range of the source timeslots is


Timeslot consistent with the value range of
Range(e.g. Available Timeslots, which is set for the
1,3-6) paths bound with VCTRUNK1. In this
example, the value range of Available
Timeslots is from VC12-1 to VC12-10.

Sink Slot 3- When you create a bidirectional SDH


SL4D-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the line board as the sink slot.

Sink VC4 VC4-1 In this example, VC4-1 is specified as the


VC-4 timeslot of the Ethernet service on
the line board.

Sink 1-10 The value range of the sink timeslots can


Timeslot be the same as or different from the value
Range(e.g. range of the source timeslots. The
1,3-6) number of sink timeslots must be,
however, consistent with the number of
sink timeslots.

Activate Yes -
Immediate
ly

Step 2 Configure the EVPL service on NE2.

Refer to Step 1 and configure the EVPL service of NE2.

Step 3 Check whether the services are configured correctly. For the operation procedures, see 17.4.2
Check Service Continuity.
l Test the service connectivity between user D1 and user D2.
l Test the service connectivity between user E1 and user E2.

Step 4 Enable the performance monitoring function of the NEs. For details, see 6.6 Starting NE
Performance Monitoring.

Step 5 Back up the configuration data of the NEs. For details, see 18.5.1 Backing Up the NE
Configuration Data to the System Control, Switching, and Timing Board.

----End

Relevant Task
If the services are configured incorrectly and thus need to be deleted, see Deleting Ethernet
Private Line Services.

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12.2.4.4 E2E Service Planning


The services of multiple users that are received from different external ports on an Ethernet
board are tagged with different VLAN IDs and then transmitted on the same VCTRUNK. In
this way, the data of different users is isolated. After the data arrives at the sink node, the
VLAN tags are stripped.

Figure 12-20 shows the signal flow of the VCTRUNK-shared EVPL (VLAN) services and
the timeslot allocation to the VCTRUNK-shared EVPL (VLAN) services.

Figure 12-20 Signal flow and timeslot allocation

l The EVPL services of user D and user E that share VCTRUNK1 occupy the first to tenth
VC-12 timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-10) on the SDH link from NE1 to
NE2.
l The services are added and dropped by using the first to tenth VC-12 timeslots of the
fourth VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-10) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the first to tenth VC-12
timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-10) on the EGS4 board of NE2.

EVPL Service from D1 to D2

Table 12-68 Planning of the VC-4 service trail

Parameter Value Description

Direction Bidirectional Services between users are


bidirectional.

Level VC4 Server Trail VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH link


is used for service transmission.

Servcie Domain SDH&RTN -

Resource Usage Protected Resource -


Strategy

Protection Priority Trail Protection First -


Strategy

Source NE1 NE to which D1 is connected.

Sink NE2 NE to which D2 is connected.

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Parameter Value Description

Set Timeslot 1 VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH link


Route NOTE is used for service transmission.
Timesl Click Set Route Timeslot. In the
ot Set Route Timeslot dialog box that
is displayed, set the timeslot of the
VC-4 service trail from NE1 to NE2
to VC4-1.

Table 12-69 Planning of the trunk link trail


Parameter Value Description

Bandwidth 10 X: VC12 A total of 20 Mbit/s bandwidth is


required between users, and one
VC-12 channel provides 2 Mbit/s
bandwidth. Therefore, a total of
10 VC-12 channels are required.

Source NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Bound Panel
Timesl
ot VCTRU 1 VCTRUNK port for service
NK Port transmission.

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslot

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 10 of VC-4


Order VC12(10) channel 4 on the board are used
for adding and dropping services.

Sink NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Bound Panel
Timesl
ot VCTRU 1 VCTRUNK port for service
NK Port transmission.

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslot

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 10 of VC-4


Order VC12(10) channel 4 on the board are used
for adding and dropping services.

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Table 12-70 Planning of EVPL service parameters


Parameter Value Description

Source Port Port+VLAN -


Usage
Strategy

Port NE1-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by D1 to receive


services.

VLAN 100 After user data is transmitted into


ID the network, a tag with VLAN
ID 100 is added. When the data
is transmitted out of the network,
the tag with VLAN ID 100 is
stripped.

Sink Port Port+VLAN -


Usage
Strategy

Port NE2-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by D2 to receive


services.

VLAN 100 After user data is transmitted into


ID the network, a tag with VLAN
ID 100 is added. When the data
is transmitted out of the network,
the tag with VLAN ID 100 is
stripped.

Table 12-71 Planning of attributes of the ports between D1 and D2


Parameter Value

Source NE PORT1 Entry Detection Enabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Enabled

Sink NE PORT1 Entry detection Enabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Enabled

Other parameters Default values

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EVPL Service from E1 to E2


NOTE

l The VC-4 service trail of the EVPL service from E1 to E2 is the same as that of the EVPL service from
D1 to D2. Therefore, you do not need to create one.
l The trunk link trail is the same as that of the EVPL service from D1 to D2. Therefore, you do not need to
create one.
l The values in bold are the settings different from those of the EVPL service from D1 to D2.

Table 12-72 Planning of EVPL (VLAN) service parameters


Parameter Value Description

Source Port Port+VLAN -


Usage
Strategy

Port NE1-5-N4EGS4-PORT-2 Port used by E1 to receive


services.

VLAN 200 After user data is transmitted into


ID the network, a tag with VLAN
ID 200 is added. When the data
is transmitted out of the network,
the tag with VLAN ID 200 is
stripped.

Sink Port Port+VLAN -


Usage
Strategy

Port NE2-5-N4EGS4-PORT-2 Port used by E2 to receive


services.

VLAN 200 After user data is transmitted into


ID the network, a tag with VLAN
ID 200 is added. When the data
is transmitted out of the network,
the tag with VLAN ID 200 is
stripped.

Table 12-73 Planning of attributes of the ports between D1 and D2


Parameter Value

Source NE PORT2 Entry Detection Enabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Enabled

Sink NE PORT2 Entry detection Enabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Enabled

Other parameters Default values

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12.2.4.5 E2E Configuration Procedure


This topic describes how to configure the VCTRUNK-shared EVPL (VLAN) services in end-
to-end mode.

Prerequisites
You must understand the information provided in 12.2.4.1 Networking Diagram.

Legend Information

Procedure
Step 1 Configure the EVPL services between user D1 and user D2 in end-to-end mode.
1. Create a VC-4 service trail.
a. Log in to the NMS, as shown in the following figure.

b. Set the parameters for the VC-4 service trail.

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c. Double-click the source NE (NE1) and sink NE (NE2) on the right side of the main
topology, and configure the source and sink ends for the VC-4 service trail.

d. On the Trail Settings tab, click Set Route Timeslot to set a VC-4 service trail
timeslot from the NE1 to NE2.

Table 12-74 Planning of the VC-4 service trail


Parameter Value Description

Direction Bidirectional Services between users are


bidirectional.

Level VC4 Server Trail VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH


link is used for service
transmission.

Servcie Domain SDH&RTN -

Resource Usage Protected Resource -


Strategy

Protection Trail Protection First -


Priority Strategy

Source NE1 NE to which D1 is


connected.

Sink NE2 NE to which D2 is


connected.

Set Timeslo 1 VC-4 timeslot 1 on the SDH


Route t NOTE link is used for service
Times Click Set Route Timeslot. In transmission.
lot the Set Route Timeslot dialog
box that is displayed, set the
timeslot of the VC-4 service
trail from NE1 to NE2 to
VC4-1.

e. Click Apply. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed indicating that the
operation is successful. Click Close or Browse Trail to query the created VC-4
service trail.
2. Create a trunk link trail.
a. Log in to the NMS, as shown in the following figure.

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b. Set Bandwidth to 10 X: VC12, and select Auto Create Server Trails.

c. Configure the timeslots to be bound to the source NE.

Table 12-75 Planning of the trunk link trail


Parameter Value Description

Bandwidth 10 X: VC12 A total of 20 Mbit/s


bandwidth is required
between users, and one
VC-12 channel provides 2
Mbit/s bandwidth. Therefore,
a total of 10 VC-12 channels
are required.

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Parameter Value Description

Sourc NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


e Panel
Boun
d VCTR 1 VCTRUNK port for service
Times UNK transmission.
lot Port

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslo
t

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 10 of


Order VC12(10) VC-4 channel 4 on the board
are used for adding and
dropping services.

Sink NE 5 Slot ID of the UNI board.


Boun Panel
d
Times VCTR 1 VCTRUNK port for service
lot UNK transmission.
Port

Higher 4 -
Order
Timeslo
t

Lower VC4-4-VC12(1)-1 - VC4-4- VC-12 timeslots 1 to 10 of


Order VC12(10) VC-4 channel 4 on the board
are used for adding and
dropping services.

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d. Configure the timeslots to be bound to the sink NE.

e. Select Activate the trail, and click Apply to complete the creation of the trunk link
trail from NE1 to NE3.
3. Create an Ethernet virtual E-Line service.

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a. Log in to the NMS, as shown in the following figure.

b. Double-click the source NE (NE1) and sink NE (NE2) on the right side of the main
topology, and configure the source and sink ends for the Ethernet virtual E-Line
service.

Table 12-76 Planning of EVPL service parameters


Parameter Value Description

Sourc Port Port+VLAN -


e Usage
Strateg
y

Port NE1-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by D1 to receive


services.

VLAN 100 After user data is transmitted


ID into the network, a tag with
VLAN ID 100 is added.
When the data is transmitted
out of the network, the tag
with VLAN ID 100 is
stripped.

Sink Port Port+VLAN -


Usage
Strateg
y

Port NE2-5-N4EGS4-PORT-1 Port used by D2 to receive


services.

VLAN 100 After user data is transmitted


ID into the network, a tag with
VLAN ID 100 is added.
When the data is transmitted
out of the network, the tag
with VLAN ID 100 is
stripped.

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c. Set the trunk link routing policy to Use Existing Trunk Link. Select the trunk link
trail created in Step 1.2, and click Next.
d. Set port attributes in Port Attribute Setting.

Table 12-77 Planning of attributes of the ports between D1 and D2


Parameter Value

Source NE PORT1 Entry Detection Enabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Enabled

Sink NE PORT1 Entry detection Enabled

VCTRUNK1 Entry Detection Enabled

Other parameters Default values

e. Select Activate the trail and click Finish to complete the creation of the Ethernet
E-Line service from NE1 to NE3.

Step 2 Based on EVPL Service from E1 to E2, configure EVPL services between user E1 and user
E2.

Step 3 Check whether the services between user D1 and user D2 and the services between user E1
and user E2 are proper. For details, see 17.4.2 Check Service Continuity.

Step 4 Enable the performance monitoring function of the NEs. For details, see Enabling the
Performance Monitoring Function.

Step 5 Back up the configuration data of the NEs. For details, see 18.5.1 Backing Up the NE
Configuration Data to the System Control, Switching, and Timing Board.

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12.2.5 Configuring EPLAN Services (IEEE 802.1d Bridge)


The EPLAN service (IEEE 802.1d bridge) provides a LAN solution for multipoint-to-
multipoint convergence. This service applies where the user-side data communication
equipment connected to the transmission network does not support VLANs or where the
VLAN planning is kept secret from the network operator.

12.2.5.1 Networking Diagram


The convergence node needs to exchange Ethernet services with two access nodes at Layer 2.
The two access nodes need not communicate with each other.

Service Requirement
In the network as shown in Figure 12-21, the service requirements are as follows:

l Three branches (F1, F2, and F3) of user F are located at NE1, NE2, and NE4. F1 needs
to communicate with F2 and F3, and requires a 10 Mbit/s bandwidth for communication
with each branch.

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l The Ethernet equipment of user F provides 100 Mbit/s Ethernet electrical interfaces that
work in auto-negotiation mode and support VLANs. The VLAN IDs and the number of
VLANs, however, are unknown and may change.
NOTE

The application scenarios where one branch needs to communicate with other branches are as follows:
l Branches F2 and F3 need to communicate with each other.
l Branches F2 and F3 need not communicate with each other.
If branches F2 and F3 need to communicate with each other, skip Step 1.4 in which you change the
Hub/Spoke attributes of ports connected to the bridge.

Figure 12-21 Networking diagram for configuring EPLAN services (IEEE 802.1d bridge)

Board Configuration Information


In this example, the convergence node NE1 is configured with an EGS4 board that supports
the IEEE 802.1d bridge to implement EPLAN services wherein user VLANs are not limited.
In this example, the access nodes NE2 and NE4 each are configured with an EGS4 board. The
EPL services are configured to be transparently transmitted from NE2 and NE4 to NE1.

12.2.5.2 Signal Flow and Timeslot Allocation


The Ethernet services of the convergence node are received from an external port, forwarded
to an internal port through Layer 2 switching, encapsulated, and transparently transmitted on
the SDH network. In this way, the node communicates with a remote node.
Figure 12-22 shows the signal flow of the EPLAN services (IEEE 802.1d bridge) and the
timeslot allocation to the EPLAN services (IEEE 802.1d bridge).

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Figure 12-22 Signal flow of and timeslot allocation

l The Ethernet LAN service of user F occupies the first to fifth VC-12 timeslots of the first
VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-5) on the SDH link from NE1 to NE2 and the first to fifth VC-12
timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-5) on the SDH link from NE1 to NE4.
l The Ethernet LAN service from NE1 to NE2 is added and dropped by using the first to
fifth VC-12 timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-5) on the EGS4 board of NE1
and the first to fifth VC-12 timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-5) on the EGS4
board of NE2.
l The Ethernet LAN service from NE1 to NE4 is added and dropped by using the sixth to
tenth VC-12 timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:6-10) on the EGS4 board of
NE1 and the first to fifth VC-12 timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-5) on the
EGS4 board of NE4.

Table 12-78 Parameters of external ports on the Ethernet boards


Parameter NE1 NE2 NE4

Board EGS4 EGS4 EGS4

Port PORT1 PORT1 PORT1

Enabled/Disabled Enabled Enabled Enabled

Working Mode Auto-Negotiation Auto-Negotiation Auto-Negotiation

Maximum Frame 1522 1522 1522


Length

Entry Detection Enabled Enabled Enabled

TAG Tag Aware Tag Aware Tag Aware

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Table 12-79 Parameters of internal ports on the Ethernet boards

Parameter NE1 NE2 NE4

Board EGS4 EGS4 EGS4

Port VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK2 VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK1

Mapping GFP GFP GFP GFP


Protocol

Entry Detection Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled

TAG Tag Aware Tag Aware Tag Aware Tag Aware

Bound Path VC4-4:VC12-1 VC4-4:VC12-6 VC4-4:VC12-1 VC4-4:VC12-1


-VC12-5 -VC12-10 -VC12-5 -VC12-5

Port Type UNI UNI UNI UNI

Table 12-80 Parameters of Ethernet LAN services (IEEE 802.1d bridge)

Parameter Ethernet LAN Service of NE1

Board EGS4

VB Name VB1

Bridge Type IEEE 802.1d

Bridge Switch Mode SVL/Ingress Filter Disable

Bridge Learning Mode SVL

Ingress Filter Disabled

VB Mount Port PORT1, VCTRUNK1, VCTRUNK2

Hub/Spoke PORT1 Hub

VCTRUNK1 Spoke

VCTRUNK2 Spoke

12.2.5.3 Per-NE Configuration Procedure


At the convergence node NE1, you need to create an EPLAN service (IEEE 802.1d bridge).
At the access nodes NE2 and NE4, you need to configure only transparent transmission EPL
services.

Prerequisites
You must be familiar with Flow of Configuring EPLAN Services.

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Procedure
Step 1 Configure the EPLAN services for users F1, F2, and F3 on NE1.
1. Set the attributes of the external port (PORT1 of the EGS4 board) used by the service of
user F1.
– In the NE Explorer, select the EGS4 board, and then choose Configuration >
Ethernet Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree.
– Select External Port.
– Click the Basic Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

Enabled PORT1: Enabled In this example, PORT1 carries the


/ services and is set to Enabled.
Disable
d

Workin PORT1: Auto- The Ethernet service access equipment of


g Mode Negotiation user F1 supports the auto-negotiation
mode. In this example, Working Mode is
set to Auto-Negotiation.

Maxim PORT1: 1522 Generally, this parameter adopts the


um default value 1522.
Frame
Length

MAC PORT1: Non-Loopback The MAC loopback setting is used for


Loopba fault diagnosis. In this example, MAC
ck Loopback is set to Non-Loopback.

PHY PORT1: Non-Loopback The PHY loopback setting is used for fault
Loopba diagnosis. In this example, PHY
ck Loopback is set to Non-Loopback.

– Click the Flow Control tab. The parameters in the Flow Control tab page adopt the
default values.
– Click the TAG Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

TAG PORT1: Tag Aware The service access equipment of user F1


supports VLANs and the transmitted data
frames carry VLAN tags. In this example,
Tag is set to Tag Aware for PORT1.

Default - When TAG is set to Tag Aware, you need


VLAN not set Default VLAN ID.
ID

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Param Value in This Description


eter Example

VLAN - When TAG is set to Tag Aware, you need


Priority not set VLAN Priority.

Entry PORT1: Enabled If the packets of user F1 carry VLAN tags,


Detecti you need to enable the entry detection
on function to detect the VLAN tags of
packets. In this example, Entry Detection
is set to Enabled.

– Click the Network Attributes tab. The parameters in the Network Attributes tab
page adopt the default values.
– Click the Advanced Attributes tab. The parameters in the Advanced Attributes
tab page adopt the default values.
2. Set the attributes of the internal ports (VCTRUNK1 and VCTRUNK2 of the EGS4
board) used by the services of user F2 and user F3 on NE1.
– Select Internal Port.
– Click the TAG Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

Entry VCTRUNK1: Enabled If the packets of user F2 and user F3 carry


Detecti VCTRUNK2: Enabled VLAN tags, you need to enable the entry
on detection function to detect the VLAN tags
of the packets. In this example, Entry
Detection is set to Enabled.

TAG VCTRUNK1: Tag The service access equipment of user F2


Aware and user F3 supports VLANs and the
VCTRUNK2: Tag transmitted data frames carry VLAN tags.
Aware In this example, Tag is set to Tag Aware
for VCTRUNK1 and VCTRUNK2.

Default - When TAG is set to Tag Aware, you need


VLAN not set Default VLAN ID.
ID

VLAN - When TAG is set to Tag Aware, you need


Priority not set VLAN Priority.

– Click the Network Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.

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Param Value in This Description


eter Example

Port VCTRUNK1: UNI UNI indicates the user-network interface,


Attribut VCTRUNK2: UNI namely, the interface of the service
es provider located near the user side. The
UNI interface processes the tag attribute of
IEEE 802.1Q-compliant packets. That is,
the UNI interface processes and identifies
the VLAN information of the accessed
user packets, according to the supported
tag flags, namely Tag Aware, Access, and
Hybrid.

– Click the Encapsulation/Mapping tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

Mappin VCTRUNK1: GFP In this example, the EGS4 board is used.


g VCTRUNK2: GFP This parameter adopts the default value
Protoco GFP. Mapping Protocol of the
l VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet boards of the
interconnected equipment at both ends
must be set to the same value.

Scrambl VCTRUNK1: In this example, this parameter adopts the


e Scrambling mode default value Scrambling mode [X43+1].
[X43+1] Scramble of the VCTRUNKs on the
VCTRUNK2: Ethernet boards of the interconnected
Scrambling mode equipment at both ends must be set to the
[X43+1] same value.

Set VCTRUNK1: - When Mapping Protocol is set to GFP,


Inverse VCTRUNK2: - this parameter is valid and adopts the
Value default value -. Set Inverse Value for
for CRC of the VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet
CRC boards of the interconnected equipment at
both ends must be set to the same value.

Check VCTRUNK1: FCS32 In this example, this parameter adopts the


Field VCTRUNK2: FCS32 default value FCS32. Check Field Length
Length of the VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet boards
of the interconnected equipment at both
ends must be set to the same value.

FCS VCTRUNK1: Big When Mapping Protocol is set to GFP,


Calculat endian FCS Calculated Bit Sequence is set to
ed Bit VCTRUNK2: Big Big endian. FCS Calculated Bit
Sequen endian Sequence of the VCTRUNKs on the
ce Ethernet boards of the interconnected
equipment at both ends must be set to the
same value.

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– This operation is optional. Click the LCAS tab. After setting the parameters, click
Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

Enablin VCTRUNK1: Enabled In this example, the LCAS function is


g LCAS VCTRUNK2: Enabled enabled.

LCAS VCTRUNK1: Huawei In this example, this parameter adopts the


Mode Mode default value Huawei Mode. When
VCTRUNK2: Huawei Huawei equipment is used at both ends,
Mode LCAS Mode of the equipment at both
ends is set to Huawei Mode.

Hold- VCTRUNK1: 2000 In this example, this parameter adopts the


off VCTRUNK2: 2000 default value 2000. This parameter can
Time(m also be set according to the requirement of
s) the user.

WTR VCTRUNK1: 300 In this example, this parameter adopts the


Time(s) VCTRUNK2: 300 default value 300. This parameter can also
be set according to the requirement of the
user.

TSD VCTRUNK1: Disabled In this example, the TSD function is


VCTRUNK2: Disabled disabled. The LCAS does not check the B3
bit error or BIP status of the VCTRUNK
members.

Min. VCTRUNK1: 256 Sets the min. members - transmit direction.


Membe VCTRUNK2: 256 When the LCAS is enabled and the
rs - number of available members is less than
Transmi the smaller one between this value and the
t number of bound channels, an alarm is
Directio reported.
n

Min. VCTRUNK1: 256 Sets the min. members - receive direction.


Membe VCTRUNK2: 256 When the LCAS is enabled and the
rs - number of available members is less than
Receive the smaller one between this value and the
Directio number of bound channels, an alarm is
n reported.

– Click the Bound Path tab. Click the Configuration button. Set the following
parameters in the Bound Path Configuration dialog box that is displayed. Then,
click Apply.

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User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

User Configura VCTRUN As shown in Figure 12-22, VCTRUNK1 of


F1← ble Ports K1 the EGS4 board is used by the service
→user between user F1 and user F2.
F2
Ava Le VC12-xv The service between user F1 and user F2
ilab vel uses a 10 Mbit/s bandwidth. Hence, five
le VC-12s need to be bound.
Bou
nd Ser Bidirectio The service between user F1 and user F2 is a
Pat vic nal bidirectional service.
hs e
Dir
ecti
on

Av VC4-4 -
aila
ble
Res
our
ces

Av VC12-1 to Five VC-12s need to be bound for the


aila VC12-5 service between user F1 and user F2. In this
ble example, the first to the fifth VC-12s need to
Ti be selected in sequence.
me
slot
s

User Configura VCTRUN As shown in Figure 12-22, VCTRUNK2 of


F1← ble Ports K2 the EGS4 board is used by the service
→user between user F1 and user F3.
F3
Ava Le VC12-xv The service between user F1 and user F3
ilab vel uses a 10 Mbit/s bandwidth. Hence, five
le VC-12s need to be bound.
Bou
nd Ser Bidirectio The service between user F1 and user F3 is a
Pat vic nal bidirectional service.
hs e
Dir
ecti
on

Av VC4-4 -
aila
ble
Res
our
ces

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User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

Av VC12-6 to Five VC-12s need to be bound for the


aila VC12-10 service between user F1 and user F3. In this
ble example, the sixth to the tenth VC-12s need
Ti to be selected in sequence.
me
slot
s

– Click the Advanced Attributes tab. The parameters in the Advanced Attributes
tab page adopt the default values.
3. Create a bridge for the EGS4 board on NE1.
– In the NE Explorer, select the EGS4 board, and then choose Configuration >
Ethernet Service > Ethernet LAN Service from the Function Tree.
– Click New.
– Set the parameters in the Create Ethernet LAN Service dialog box that is
displayed.
Parameter Value in Description
This
Example

VB Name VB1 This parameter is a character string used to


describe the bridge. It is recommended that you
set this parameter to a character string that
contains the information about the detailed
application of the bridge.

VB Type 802.1d The IEEE 802.1d MAC bridge learns and


forwards the packets according to the MAC
addresses of the user packets. The information in
the VLAN tags of the user packets, however, is
not considered in the learning and forwarding
process. The IEEE 802.1d MAC bridge is used
when the entire information of the VLANs used
by the client cannot be learned or when the data
between the VLANs of the client need not be
isolated.

Bridge SVL/Ingress When the bridge adopts the SVL learning mode,
Switch Filter all the VLANs share the same MAC address
Mode Disable table. That is, the bridge learns and forwards the
packets according to the MAC addresses of the
user packets only. The information in the VLAN
tags of the user packets, however, is not
considered in the learning and forwarding
process.

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Parameter Value in Description


This
Example

Bridge SVL -
Learning
Mode

Ingress Filter Disabled The IEEE 802.1d MAC bridge does not detect the
VLAN tags of the received packets.

– Click Configure Mount.


– In the Available Mounted Ports window, select PORT1, VCTRUNK1, and
VCTRUNK2. Then, click .
– Click OK.
– In the Create Ethernet LAN Service dialog box, click OK.
4. Change the Hub/Spoke attribute of the port that is mounted to the bridge.
NOTE

If normal communication is required between user F2 and user F3, go to Step 1.5.
– Select the created bridge and click the Service Mount tab.
– Change the Hub/Spoke attribute of the port that is mounted to the bridge. After
setting the parameters, click Apply.
Parameter Value in Description
This
Example

Hub/Spoke PORT1: If user F1 needs to communicate with user F2 and


Hub user F3, PORT1 that accesses the services of user
VCTRUNK F1 is set to Hub. A port of the Hub attribute can
1: Spoke communicate with a port of the Spoke or Hub
attribute.
VCTRUNK
2: Spoke If user F2 need not communicate with user F3, set
the two VCTRUNKs that receive the services of
users F2 and F3 to Spoke. Ports of the Spoke
attribute cannot communicate with each other.

5. Configure the cross-connections from Ethernet services (between user F1 to user F2 and
between user F1 to user F3) to the SDH links.
– In the NE Explorer, select NE1 and then choose Configuration > SDH/PDH
Service Configuration from the Function Tree.
– Click Create on the lower-right pane to display the Create SDH/PDH Service
dialog box. Set the parameters as follows.

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User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

User F1 Level VC12 The timeslot bound with the service


←→ between user F1 and user F2 is at the
user F2 VC-12 level. The service level must be
consistent with the level of the paths
bound with the VCTRUNK.

Direction Bidirection The service between user F1 and user F2


al is a bidirectional service.

Source 5- When you create a bidirectional SDH


Slot EGS4-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the Ethernet board as the source
slot.

Source VC4-4 The value range of Source VC4 is


VC4 consistent with the value range of
Available Resources, which is set for the
paths bound with VCTRUNK1. In the
case of VCTRUNK1, the value of
Available Resources is VC4-4.

Source 1-5 The value range of the source timeslots is


Timeslot consistent with the value range of
Range(e.g. Available Timeslots, which is set for the
1,3-6) paths bound with VCTRUNK1. In this
example, the value range of Available
Timeslots is from VC12-1 to VC12-5.

Sink Slot 3- When you create a bidirectional SDH


SL4D-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the line board as the sink slot.

Sink VC4 VC4-1 In this example, VC4-1 is specified as the


VC-4 timeslot of the Ethernet service on
the line board.

Sink 1-5 The value range of the sink timeslots can


Timeslot be the same as or different from the value
Range(e.g. range of the source timeslots. The
1,3-6) number of source timeslots must be,
however, the same as the number of sink
timeslots. For example, if the source
timeslots are five VC-12s, the sink
timeslots must be five VC-12s.

Activate Yes -
Immediate
ly

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User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

User F1 Level VC12 The timeslot bound with the service


←→ between user F1 and user F3 is at the
user F3 VC-12 level. The service level must be
consistent with the level of the paths
bound with the VCTRUNK.

Direction Bidirection The service between user F1 and user F3


al is a bidirectional service.

Source 5- When you create a bidirectional SDH


Slot EGS4-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the Ethernet board as the source
slot.

Source VC4-4 The value range of Source VC4 is


VC4 consistent with the value range of
Available Resources, which is set for the
paths bound with VCTRUNK2. In the
case of VCTRUNK2, the value of
Available Resources is VC4-4.

Source 6-10 The value range of the source timeslots is


Timeslot consistent with the value range of
Range(e.g. Available Timeslots, which is set for the
1,3-6) paths bound with VCTRUNK2. In this
example, the value range of Available
Timeslots is from VC12-6 to VC12-10.

Sink Slot 3- When you create a bidirectional SDH


SL4D-2(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-2) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the line board as the sink slot.

Sink VC4 VC4-1 In this example, VC4-1 is specified as the


VC-4 timeslot of the Ethernet service on
the line board.

Sink 1-5 The value range of the sink timeslots can


Timeslot be the same as or different from the value
Range(e.g. range of the source timeslots. The
1,3-6) number of source timeslots must be,
however, the same as the number of sink
timeslots. For example, if the source
timeslots are five VC-12s, the sink
timeslots must be five VC-12s.

Activate Yes -
Immediate
ly

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Step 2 Configure the EPL services on NE2 and NE4.


NOTE

The Ethernet services of NE2 and NE4 are point-to-point transparent transmission EPL services. See
12.2.2 Configuring EPL Services to set the parameters.

Step 3 Check whether the services are configured correctly. For the operation procedures, see 17.4.2
Check Service Continuity.
l Before testing the service connectivity between F1 and F2, set TAG to Access and set
Default VLAN ID to 1 for PORT1 and VCTRUNK1, which receive the services of F1
and F2 respectively, on the EGS4 board.
l Before testing the service connectivity between F1 and F3, set TAG to Access and
Default VLAN ID to 1 for PORT1 and VCTRUNK2, which receive the services of F1
and F3 respectively, on the EGS4 board.
NOTE

After the test, change the modified parameter values to the values specified in the service configuration.

Step 4 Enable the performance monitoring function of the NEs. For details, see 6.6 Starting NE
Performance Monitoring.

Step 5 Back up the configuration data of the NEs. For details, see 18.5.1 Backing Up the NE
Configuration Data to the System Control, Switching, and Timing Board.

----End

12.2.6 Configuring EVPLAN Services (IEEE 802.1q Bridge)


The EVPLAN service (IEEE 802.1q bridge) provides an LAN solution for multipoint-to-
multipoint convergence. This service applies in cases where user-side data communication
equipment connected to the transmission network does not support VLANs or where the
VLAN planning is open to the network operator.

12.2.6.1 Networking Diagram


The convergence node needs to exchange Ethernet services with two access nodes at Layer 2.
LAN services of the two users (H and G) need to be isolated.

Service Requirement
In the network shown in Figure 12-23, the service requirements are as follows:

l Three branches (G1, G2, and G3) of user G are located at NE1, NE2, and NE4
respectively. The branches need to form a LAN and share a 10 Mbit/s bandwidth. G2 and
G3 do not need to communicate with each other.
l Three branches (H1, H2, and H3) of user H are located at NE1, NE2, and NE4
respectively. The branches need form a LAN and share a 20 Mbit/s bandwidth. H2 and
H3 need to communicate with each other.
l The service of user G needs to be isolated from the service of user H.
l The Ethernet equipment of user G and user H provides 100 Mbit/s Ethernet electrical
interfaces that work in auto-negotiation mode and do not support VLANs.

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Figure 12-23 Networking diagram for configuring EVPLAN services (IEEE 802.1q bridge)

Board Configuration Information


In this example, the convergence node NE1 is configured with an EGS4 board that supports
the IEEE 802.1q bridge to implement EVPLAN services in which user data is isolated.
In this example, the access nodes NE2 and NE4 each are configured with one EGS4 board
respectively, which occupies logical slots 5. The EPL services are configured to implement
transparent transmission from NE2 and NE4 to NE1.

12.2.6.2 Signal Flow and Timeslot Allocation


The Ethernet services of the convergence node are received from an external port and tagged
with the corresponding VLAN IDs. After the services are forwarded to an internal port
through Layer 2 switching, the VLAN IDs are stripped and then the services are transparently
transmitted in the SDH network. In this way, the node communicates with a remote node.
Figure 12-24 shows the signal flow of the EVPLAN services (IEEE 802.1q bridge) and the
timeslot allocation to the EVPLAN services (IEEE 802.1q bridge).

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Figure 12-24 Signal flow of and timeslot allocation to EVPLAN services (IEEE 802.1q
bridge)

l The Ethernet LAN services of user G:


– Occupy the first to fifth VC-12 timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-5) on
the SDH link from NE1 to NE2 and the first to fifth VC-12 timeslots of the first
VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-5) on the SDH link from NE1 to NE4.
– Are added and dropped by using the first to fifth VC-12 timeslots of the fourth
VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-5) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the first to fifth VC-12
timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-5) on the EGS4 board of NE2.
– Are added and dropped by using the sixth to tenth VC-12 timeslots of the fourth
VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:6-10) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the first to fifth VC-12
timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-5) on the EGS4 board of NE4.
l The Ethernet LAN services of user H:
– Occupy the first to tenth VC-12 timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:6-15) on
the SDH link from NE1 to NE2 and the first to tenth VC-12 timeslots of the first
VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:6-15) on the SDH link from NE1 to NE4.
– Are added and dropped by using the eleventh to twentieth VC-12 timeslots of the
fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:11-20) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the first to tenth
VC-12 timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:6-15) on the EGS4 board of
NE2.
– Are added and dropped by using the twenty-first to thirtieth VC-12 timeslots of the
fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:21-30) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the first to tenth
VC-12 timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:6-15) on the EGS4 board of
NE3.

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Table 12-81 Parameters of external ports on the Ethernet boards


Paramete NE1 NE2 NE4
r

Board EGS4 EGS4 EGS4

Port PORT1 PORT2 PORT1 PORT2 PORT1 PORT2

Enabled/ Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled


Disabled

Working Auto- Auto- Auto- Auto- Auto- Auto-


Mode Negotiatio Negotiatio Negotiatio Negotiatio Negotiatio Negotiatio
n n n n n n

Maximum 1522 1522 1522 1522 1522 1522


Frame
Length

TAG Access Access Access Access Access Access

Entry Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled


Detection

Default 100 200 200 100 200 100


VLAN ID

VLAN 0 0 0 0 0 0
Priority

Table 12-82 Parameters of internal ports on the Ethernet boards


Param NE1 NE2 NE3
eter

Board EGS4 EGS4 EGS4

Port VCTR VCTR VCTR VCTR VCTR VCTR VCTR VCTR


UNK1 UNK2 UNK3 UNK4 UNK1 UNK2 UNK1 UNK2

Mappin GFP GFP GFP GFP GFP GFP GFP GFP


g
Protoco
l

TAG Access Access Access Access Access Access Access Access

Entry Enable Enable Enable Enable Enable Enable Enable Enable


Detecti d d d d d d d d
on

Default 100 100 200 200 100 200 100 200


VLAN
ID

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eter

VLAN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Priority

Bound VC4-4: VC4-4: VC4-4: VC4-4: VC4-4: VC4-4: VC4-4: VC4-4:


Path VC12- VC12- VC12- VC12- VC12- VC12- VC12- VC12-
1- 6- 11- 21- 1- 6- 1- 6-
VC12- VC12- VC12- VC12- VC12- VC12- VC12- VC12-
5 10 20 30 5 15 5 15

Port UNI UNI UNI UNI - - - -


Type

Table 12-83 Parameters of Ethernet LAN services (IEEE 802.1q bridge)


Parameter Ethernet LAN Service of NE1

Board EGS4

VB Name VB1

Bridge Type IEEE 802.1q

Bridge Switch Mode IVL/Ingress Filter Enable

Bridge Learning Mode IVL

Ingress Filter Enabled

VB Mount Port PORT1, PORT2, VCTRUNK1, VCTRUNK2,


VCTRUNK3, VCTRUNK4

VLAN VLAN VLAN filter table 1 VLAN filter table 2


Filtering Filtering

VLAN ID 100 200

Forwarding PORT1, VCTRUNK1, PORT2, VCTRUNK3,


Physical VCTRUNK2 VCTRUNK4
Port

Hub/Spoke PORT1 Hub

PORT2 Hub

VCTRUNK Spoke
1

VCTRUNK Spoke
2

VCTRUNK Hub
3

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Parameter Ethernet LAN Service of NE1

VCTRUNK Hub
4

12.2.6.3 Per-NE Configuration Procedure


At the convergence node NE1, you need to create An EVPLAN service (IEEE 802.1q bridge)
and a VLAN filtering table need to be created for the convergence node NE1. The access
nodes NE2 and NE4 need to be configured with EPL transparent transmission services only.

Prerequisites
You must be familiar with Flow of Configuring EVPLAN Services.

Procedure
Step 1 Configure the EVPLAN services for user G1 and user H1 on NE1.
1. Set the attributes of the external ports (PORT1 and PORT2 on the EGS4 board) used by
the services of user G1 and user H1.
– In the NE Explorer, select the EGS4, and then choose Configuration > Ethernet
Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree.
– Select External Port.
– Click the Basic Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

Enabled PORT1: Enabled In this example, PORT1 and PORT2 carry


/ PORT2: Enabled the services and are set to Enabled.
Disable
d

Workin PORT1: Auto- In this example, the Ethernet service


g Mode Negotiation access equipment of user G1 and user H1
PORT2: Auto- supports the auto-negotiation mode.
Negotiation Hence, Working Mode is set to Auto-
Negotiation for PORT1 and PORT2.

Maxim PORT1: 1522 Generally, this parameter adopts the


um PORT2: 1522 default value 1522.
Frame
Length

MAC PORT1: Non-Loopback The MAC loopback setting is used for


Loopba PORT2: Non-Loopback fault diagnosis. In this example, MAC
ck Loopback is set to Non-Loopback.

PHY PORT1: Non-Loopback The PHY loopback setting is used for fault
Loopba PORT2: Non-Loopback diagnosis. In this example, PHY
ck Loopback is set to Non-Loopback.

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– Click the Flow Control tab. The parameters in the Flow Control tab page adopt the
default values.
– Click the TAG Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

TAG PORT1: Access If the service access equipment of user G1


PORT2: Access and user H1 does not support VLANs and
if the transmitted packets do not carry
VLAN tags, TAG is set to Access for
PORT1 and PORT2.

Default PORT1: 100 According to the plan, the VLAN ID is set


VLAN PORT2: 200 to 100 on the transmission network side for
ID EVPLAN services between user G1, user
G2, and user G3. The VLAN ID is set to
200 on the transmission network side for
EVPLAN services between user H1, user
H2, and user H3. In this case, the service
data is isolated.

VLAN 0 This parameter adopts the default value.


Priority

Entry PORT1: Enabled The packets of user G1 and user H1 do not


Detecti PORT2: Enabled carry VLAN tags. You need to enable the
on entry detection function to detect whether
the packets carry VLAN tags. In this
example, Entry Detection is set to
Enabled.

– Click the Network Attributes tab. The parameters in the Network Attributes tab
page adopt the default values.
– Click the Advanced Attributes tab. The parameters in the Advanced Attributes
tab page adopt the default values.
2. Set the attributes of the internal ports (VCTRUNK1, VCTRUNK2, VCTRUNK3, and
VCTRUNK4 on the EGS4 board) used by the service between user G1 and user G2, the
service between user G1 and user G3, the service between user H1 and user H2, and the
service between user H1 and user H3.
– Select Internal Port.
– Click the TAG Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.

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Param Value in This Description


eter Example

Entry VCTRUNK1: Enabled The packets of user G2, user G3, user H2,
Detecti VCTRUNK2: Enabled and user H3 do not carry VLAN tags. You
on need to enable the entry detection function
VCTRUNK3: Enabled to detect the VLAN tags of the packets. In
VCTRUNK4: Enabled this example, Entry Detection is set to
Enabled.

TAG VCTRUNK1: Access If the service access equipment of user G2,


VCTRUNK2: Access user G3, user H2, and user H3 does not
support VLANs and if the transmitted
VCTRUNK3: Access packets do not carry VLAN tags, TAG is
VCTRUNK4: Access set to Access for the four VCTRUNKs.

Default VCTRUNK1: 100 According to the plan, the VLAN ID is set


VLAN VCTRUNK2: 100 to 100 on the transmission network side for
ID EVPLAN services between user G1, user
VCTRUNK3: 200 G2, and user G3. The VLAN ID is set to
VCTRUNK4: 200 200 on the transmission network side for
EVPLAN services between user H1, user
H2, and user H3. In this case, the service
data is isolated.

VLAN VCTRUNK1: 0 This parameter adopts the default value.


Priority VCTRUNK2: 0
VCTRUNK3: 0
VCTRUNK4: 0

– Click the Network Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Paramete Value in This Description
r Example

Port VCTRUNK1: UNI UNI indicates the user-network interface,


Attributes VCTRUNK2: UNI namely, the interface of the service
provider located near the user side. The
VCTRUNK3: UNI UNI interface processes the tag attribute
VCTRUNK4: UNI of IEEE 802.1Q-compliant packets. That
is, the UNI interface processes and
identifies the VLAN information of the
accessed user packets, according to the
supported tag flag, namely, Tag Aware,
Access, and Hybrid.

– Click the Encapsulation/Mapping tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.

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Param Value in This Description


eter Example

Mappin VCTRUNK1: GFP In this example, the EGS4 board is used.


g VCTRUNK2: GFP This parameter adopts the default value
Protoco GFP. Mapping Protocol of the
l VCTRUNK3: GFP VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet boards of the
VCTRUNK4: GFP interconnected equipment at both ends
must be set to the same value.

Scrambl VCTRUNK1: In this example, this parameter adopts the


e Scrambling mode default value Scrambling mode [X43+1].
[X43+1] Scramble of the VCTRUNKs on the
VCTRUNK2: Ethernet boards of the interconnected
Scrambling mode equipment at both ends must be set to the
[X43+1] same value.
VCTRUNK3:
Scrambling mode
[X43+1]
VCTRUNK4:
Scrambling mode
[X43+1]

Set VCTRUNK1: - When Mapping Protocol is set to GFP,


Inverse VCTRUNK2: - this parameter is valid and adopts the
Value default value -. Set Inverse Value for
for VCTRUNK3: - CRC of the VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet
CRC VCTRUNK4: - boards of the interconnected equipment at
both ends must be set to the same value.

Check VCTRUNK1: FCS32 In this example, this parameter adopts the


Field VCTRUNK2: FCS32 default value FCS32. Check Field Length
Length of the VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet boards
VCTRUNK3: FCS32 of the interconnected equipment at both
VCTRUNK4: FCS32 ends must be set to the same value.

FCS VCTRUNK1: Big When Mapping Protocol is set to GFP,


Calculat endian FCS Calculated Bit Sequence is set to
ed Bit VCTRUNK2: Big Big endian. FCS Calculated Bit
Sequen endian Sequence of the VCTRUNKs on the
ce Ethernet boards of the interconnected
VCTRUNK3: Big equipment at both ends must be set to the
endian same value.
VCTRUNK4: Big
endian

– This operation is optional. Click the LCAS tab. After setting the parameters, click
Apply.

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Param Value in This Description


eter Example

Enablin VCTRUNK1: Enabled In this example, Enabling LCAS is set to


g LCAS VCTRUNK2: Enabled Enabled.
VCTRUNK3: Enabled
VCTRUNK4: Enabled

LCAS VCTRUNK1: Huawei In this example, this parameter adopts the


Mode Mode default value Huawei Mode. If the
VCTRUNK2: Huawei interconnected equipment at both ends is
Mode Huawei equipment, LCAS Mode is set to
Huawei Mode for the interconnected
VCTRUNK3: Huawei equipment.
Mode
VCTRUNK4: Huawei
Mode

Hold- VCTRUNK1: 2000 In this example, this parameter adopts the


off VCTRUNK2: 2000 default value 2000. You can set this
Time(m parameter according to the expected hold
s) VCTRUNK3: 2000 off time of LCAS switching.
VCTRUNK4: 2000

WTR VCTRUNK1: 300 In this example, this parameter adopts the


Time(s) VCTRUNK2: 300 default value 300. You can set this
parameter according to the expected WTR
VCTRUNK3: 300 duration of LCAS recovery.
VCTRUNK4: 300

TSD VCTRUNK1: Disabled In this example, TSD is set to Disabled. In


VCTRUNK2: Disabled this case, the LCAS protocol does not
monitor the status of the B3 or BIP bit
VCTRUNK3: Disabled errors of a VCTRUNK member.
VCTRUNK4: Disabled

Min. VCTRUNK1: 256 Sets the min. members - transmit direction.


Membe VCTRUNK2: 256 When the LCAS is enabled and the
rs - number of available members is less than
Transmi VCTRUNK3: 256 the smaller one between this value and the
t VCTRUNK4: 256 number of bound channels, an alarm is
Directio reported.
n

Min. VCTRUNK1: 256 Sets the min. members - receive direction.


Membe VCTRUNK2: 256 When the LCAS is enabled and the
rs - number of available members is less than
Receive VCTRUNK3: 256 the smaller one between this value and the
Directio VCTRUNK4: 256 number of bound channels, an alarm is
n reported.

– Click the Bound Path tab. Click the Configuration button. Set the following in the
Bound Path Configuration dialog box that is displayed. Then, click Apply.

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User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

User Configura VCTRUN As shown in Figure 12-24, VCTRUNK1 of


G1← ble Ports K1 the EGS4 board is used by the service
→user between user G1 and user G2.
G2
Av Lev VC12-xv The service between user G1 and user G2
ail el uses a 10 Mbit/s bandwidth. Hence, five
abl VC-12s need to be bound.
e
Bo Serv Bidirectio The service between user G1 and user G2 is
un ice nal a Bidirectional service.
d Dire
Pat ctio
hs n

Avai VC4-4 -
labl
e
Res
ourc
es

Avai VC12-1 to Five VC-12s need to be bound for user G2.


labl VC12-5 In this example, the first to the fifth VC-12s
e need to be selected in sequence.
Tim
eslot
s

user G1 Configura VCTRUN As shown in Figure 12-24, VCTRUNK2 of


←→ ble Ports K2 the EGS4 board is used by the service
user G3 between user G1 and user G3.

Av Lev VC12-xv The service between user G1 and user G3


ail el uses a 10 Mbit/s bandwidth. Hence, five
abl VC-12s need to be bound.
e
Bo Serv Bidirectio The service between user G1 and user G3 is
un ice nal a Bidirectional service.
d Dire
Pat ctio
hs n

Avai VC4-4 -
labl
e
Res
ourc
es

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r This
Example

Avai VC12-6 to Five VC-12s need to be bound for the


labl VC12-10 service between user G1 and user G3. In
e this example, the sixth to the tenth VC-12s
Tim need to be selected in sequence.
eslot
s

User Configura VCTRUN As shown in Figure 12-24, VCTRUNK3 of


H1← ble Ports K3 the EGS4 board is used by the service
→user between user H1 and user H2.
H2
Av Lev VC12-xv The service between user H1 and user H2
ail el uses a 20 Mbit/s bandwidth. Hence, 10
abl VC-12s need to be bound.
e
Bo Serv Bidirectio The service between user H1 and user H2 is
un ice nal a Bidirectional service.
d Dire
Pat ctio
hs n

Avai VC4-4 -
labl
e
Res
ourc
es

Avai VC12-11 Ten VC-12s need to be bound for the


labl to service between user H1 and user H2. In
e VC12-20 this example, the eleventh to the twentieth
Tim VC-12s need to be selected in sequence.
eslot
s

User Configura VCTRUN As shown in Figure 12-24, VCTRUNK4 of


H1← ble Ports K4 the EGS4 board is used by the service
→user between user H1 and user H3.
H3
Av Lev VC12-xv The service between user H1 and user H3
ail el uses a 20 Mbit/s bandwidth. Hence, 10
abl VC-12s need to be bound.
e
Bo Serv Bidirectio The service between user H1 and user H3 is
un ice nal a Bidirectional service.
d Dire
Pat ctio
hs n

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r This
Example

Avai VC4-4 -
labl
e
Res
ourc
es

Avai VC12-21 Ten VC-12s need to be bound for the


labl to service between user H1 and user H3. In
e VC12-30 this example, the twenty-first to the thirtieth
Tim VC-12s need to be selected in sequence.
eslot
s

– Click the Advanced Attributes tab. The parameters in the Advanced Attributes
tab page adopt the default values.
3. Create a bridge for the EGS4 board on NE1.
– In the NE Explorer, select the EGS4 board, and then choose Configuration >
Ethernet Service > Ethernet LAN Service from the Function Tree.
– Click New.
– Set the required parameters in the Create Ethernet LAN Service dialog box that is
displayed.

Parameter Value in Description


This
Example

Board NE1-5- -
EGS4

VB Name VB1 This parameter is a character string used to


describe the bridge. It is recommended that you
set this parameter to a character string that
contains the information about the detailed
application of the bridge.

VB Type 802.1q IEEE 802.1q bridge supports isolation by using


one layer of VLAN tags. This bridge checks the
contents of the VLAN tags that are in the packets
and performs Layer 2 switching according to the
destination MAC addresses and the VLAN IDs of
the packets.

Bridge IVL/Ingress When the bridge adopts the IVL learning mode,
Switch Filter the entry in the MAC address table is created
Mode Enable according to the source MAC address, VLAN ID,
and source port of the data frame. The entry is not
valid for all the VLANs..

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Parameter Value in Description


This
Example

Bridge IVL -
Learning
Mode

Ingress Filter Enabled This parameter checks the validity of VLAN tags.
If the VLAN ID is not the same as the VLAN ID
defined in the VLAN filtering table, the data
frame is discarded.

MAC Enabled -
Address
Self-
Learning

– Click Configure Mount.


– In Available Mounted Ports, select PORT1, PORT2, VCTRUNK1, VCTRUNK2,
VCTRUNK3, and VCTRUNK4. Then, click .
– OK.
– In the Create Ethernet LAN Service dialog box, click OK.
4. Create a VLAN filtering table.
– Select the created bridge and click the VLAN Filtering tab.
– Click New.
– Create the VLAN filtering table for user G1, user G2, and user G3.

Parameter Value in Description


This
Example

VLAN 100 According to the plan, the VLAN ID is set to 100


ID(e.g.1,3-6) on the transmission network side for EVPLAN
services between user G1, user G2, and user G3.

– In Available Forwarding Ports, select PORT1, VCTRUNK1, and VCTRUNK2.


Click . Then, click Apply.
– Create the VLAN filtering table for user H1, user H2, and user H3.

Parameter Value in Description


This
Example

VLAN 200 According to the plan, the VLAN ID is set to 200


ID(e.g.1,3-6) on the transmission network side for EVPLAN
services between user H1, user H2, and user H3.

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– In Available Forwarding Ports, select PORT2, VCTRUNK3, and VCTRUNK4.


Click . Then, click OK.
5. Change the Hub/Spoke attribute of the ports mounted to the bridge.
– Select the created bridge and click the Service Mount tab.
– Change the Hub/Spoke attribute of the port mounted to the bridge. After setting the
parameters, click Apply.
Parameter Value in This Description
Example

Hub/Spoke PORT1: Hub If user G2 need not communicate with user


VCTRUNK1: G3, set VCTRUNK1 and VCTRUNK2 ports
Spoke that receive the services of user G2 and user
G3 to Spoke. Ports of the Spoke attribute
VCTRUNK2: cannot communicate with each other. A port
Spoke of the Hub attribute can communicate with a
PORT2: Hub port of the Spoke or Hub attribute.
VCTRUNK3:
Hub
VCTRUNK4:
Hub

6. Configure the cross-connections from the Ethernet service to the SDH link for user G2,
user G3, user H2, and user H3.
– In the NE Explorer, select NE1, and then choose Configuration > SDH/PDH
Service Configuration from the Function Tree.
– Click Create on the lower-right pane to display the Create SDH/PDH Service
dialog box. Set the parameters as follows.
User Paramete Value in Description
r This
Example

User G1 Level VC12 The timeslot bound with the service


←→ between user G1 and user G2 is at the
user G2 VC-12 level. The service level must be
consistent with the level of the path
bound with the VCTRUNK.

Direction Bidirection The service between user G1 and user G2


al is a Bidirectional service.

Source 5- When you create a bidirectional SDH


Slot EGS4-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the Ethernet board as the source
slot.

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r This
Example

Source VC4-4 The value range of Source VC4 is


VC4 consistent with the value range of
Available Resources, which is set for the
paths bound with VCTRUNK1. In the
case of VCTRUNK1, Available
Resources is set to VC4-4.

Source 1-5 The value range of the source timeslots is


Timeslot consistent with the value range of
Range(e.g. Available Timeslot, which is set for the
1,3-6) paths bound with VCTRUNK1. In the
case of VCTRUNK1, the value of
Available Timeslot is from VC12-1 to
VC12-5.

Sink Slot 3- When you create a bidirectional SDH


SL4D-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the line board as the sink slot.

Sink VC4 VC4-1 In this example, VC4-1 is specified as the


VC-4 timeslot of the Ethernet service on
the line board.

Sink 1-5 The value range of the sink timeslots can


Timeslot be the same as or different from the value
Range(e.g. range of the source timeslots. The
1,3-6) number of source timeslots must be,
however, the same as the number of sink
timeslots. For example, if the source
timeslots are five VC-12s, the sink
timeslots must be five VC-12s.

Activate Yes -
Immediate
ly

User G1 Level VC12 The timeslot bound with the service


←→ between user G1 and user G3 is at the
user G3 VC-12 level. The service level must be
consistent with the level of the path
bound with the VCTRUNK.

Direction Bidirection The service between user G1 and user G3


al is a bidirectional service.

Source 5- When you create a bidirectional SDH


Slot EGS4-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the Ethernet board as the source
slot.

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r This
Example

Source VC4-4 The value range of Source VC4 is


VC4 consistent with the value range of
Available Resources, which is set for the
paths bound with VCTRUNK2. In the
case of VCTRUNK2, Available
Resources is set to VC4-4.

Source 6-10 The value range of the source timeslots is


Timeslot consistent with the value range of
Range(e.g. Available Timeslot, which is set for the
1,3-6) paths bound with VCTRUNK2. In the
case of VCTRUNK2, the value of
Available Timeslot is from VC12-6 to
VC12-10.

Sink Slot 3- When you create a bidirectional SDH


SL4D-2(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-2) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the line board as the sink slot.

Sink VC4 VC4-1 In this example, VC4-1 is specified as the


VC-4 timeslot of the Ethernet service on
the line board.

Sink 1-5 The value range of the sink timeslots can


Timeslot be the same as or different from the value
Range(e.g. range of the source timeslots. The
1,3-6) number of source timeslots must be,
however, the same as the number of sink
timeslots. For example, if the source
timeslots are five VC-12s, the sink
timeslots must be five VC-12s.

Activate Yes -
Immediate
ly

User H1 Level VC12 The timeslot bound with the service


←→ between user H1 and user H2 is at the
user H2 VC-12 level. The service level must be
consistent with the level of the path
bound with the VCTRUNK.

Direction Bidirection The service between user H1 and user H2


al is a bidirectional service.

Source 5- When you create a bidirectional SDH


Slot EGS4-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the Ethernet board as the source
slot.

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r This
Example

Source VC4-4 The value range of Source VC4 is


VC4 consistent with the value range of
Available Resources, which is set for the
paths bound with VCTRUNK3. In the
case of VCTRUNK3, Available
Resources is set to VC4-4.

Source 11-20 The value range of the source timeslots is


Timeslot consistent with the value range of
Range(e.g. Available Timeslot, which is set for the
1,3-6) paths bound with VCTRUNK3. In the
case of VCTRUNK3, the value of
Available Timeslot is from VC12-11 to
VC12-20.

Sink Slot 3- When you create a bidirectional SDH


SL4D-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the line board as the sink slot.

Sink VC4 VC4-1 In this example, VC4-1 is specified as the


VC-4 timeslot of the Ethernet service on
the line board.

Sink 6-15 The value range of the sink timeslots can


Timeslot be the same as or different from the value
Range(e.g. range of the source timeslots. The
1,3-6) number of source timeslots must be,
however, the same as the number of sink
timeslots. For example, if the source
timeslots are 10 VC-12s, the sink
timeslots must be 10 VC-12s.

Activate Yes -
Immediate
ly

User H1 Level VC12 The timeslot bound with the service


←→ between user H1 and user H3 is at the
user H3 VC-12 level. The service level must be
consistent with the level of the path
bound with the VCTRUNK.

Direction Bidirection The service between user H1 and user H3


al is a bidirectional service.

Source 5- When you create a bidirectional SDH


Slot EGS4-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the Ethernet board as the source
slot.

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User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

Source VC4-4 The value range of Source VC4 is


VC4 consistent with the value range of
Available Resources, which is set for the
paths bound with VCTRUNK4. In the
case of VCTRUNK4, Available
Resources is set to VC4-4.

Source 21-30 The value range of the source timeslots is


Timeslot consistent with the value range of
Range(e.g. Available Timeslot, which is set for the
1,3-6) paths bound with VCTRUNK4. In the
case of VCTRUNK4, the value of
Available Timeslot is from VC12-21 to
VC12-30.

Sink Slot 3- When you create a bidirectional SDH


SL4D-2(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-2) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the line board as the sink slot.

Sink VC4 VC4-1 In this example, VC4-1 is specified as the


VC-4 timeslot of the Ethernet service on
the line board.

Sink 6-15 The value range of the sink timeslots can


Timeslot be the same as or different from the value
Range(e.g. range of the source timeslots. The
1,3-6) number of source timeslots must be,
however, the same as the number of sink
timeslots. For example, if the source
timeslots are 10 VC-12s, the sink
timeslots must be 10 VC-12s.

Activate Yes -
Immediate
ly

Step 2 Configure the EPL services on NE2 and NE4.


NOTE

The Ethernet services of NE2 and NE4 are point-to-point transparent transmission services. See 12.2.2
Configuring EPL Services to set the parameters.

Step 3 Check whether the services are configured correctly. For the operation procedures, see 17.4.2
Check Service Continuity.
Step 4 Enable the performance monitoring function of the NEs. For details, see 6.6 Starting NE
Performance Monitoring.

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Step 5 Back up the configuration data of the NEs. For details, see 18.5.1 Backing Up the NE
Configuration Data to the System Control, Switching, and Timing Board.

----End

Relevant Task
If the services are configured incorrectly and thus need to be deleted, see Deleting EVPLAN
Services.

12.2.7 Configuring EVPLAN Services (IEEE 802.1ad Bridge)


The QinQ technology provides a cheap and easy solution for Layer 2 virtual private networks
(VPNs). The IEEE 802.1ad bridge uses the QinQ technology to provide the VPN solution,
thus facilitating the identifying, differentiating and grooming EVPLAN services.

12.2.7.1 Networking Diagram


A network operator requires that the voice over IP (VoIP) and high speed Internet (HSI)
services sent to the transmission network be uniformly labeled and groomed at the
convergence node.

Service Requirement
As shown in Figure 12-25, the transmission network is required to carry the VoIP and HSI
services.

User requirements:

l The VoIP services of user M and user N are sent to the transmission network at NE2 and
NE4 respectively and to the VoIP server at the convergence node NE1. The services
share a 20 Mbit/s bandwidth.
l The HSI services of user M and user N are sent to the transmission network at NE2 and
NE4 respectively and to the HSI server at the convergence node NE1. The services share
a 40 Mbit/s bandwidth.
l The VoIP services need to be isolated from the HSI services.
l The data communication equipment of user M and user N provides 100 Mbit/s Ethernet
electrical interfaces of which the working mode is auto-negotiation, and does not support
VLAN.
– C-VLAN ID of the VoIP services: 10
– C-VLAN ID of the HSI services: 20
NOTE

The application scenarios where one branch needs to communicate with other branches are as follows:
l User M needs to communicate with user N.
l User M need not communicate with user N.
If user M and user N need to communicate with each other, skip Step 1.5 in which you change the Hub/
Spoke attributes of ports connected to the bridge.

Requirement of the operator: The operator requires that all services received from the user
side should be uniformly labeled and groomed through planned S-VLANs.

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l S-VLAN ID of the VoIP services: 100


l S-VLAN ID of the HSI services: 200

Figure 12-25 Networking diagram for configuring EVPLAN services (IEEE 802.1ad bridge)

Board Configuration Information


In this example, the convergence node NE1 is configured with an EGS4 board that supports
the IEEE 802.1ad bridge to implement EVPLAN services in which VoIP data is isolated from
HSI data.

l The VoIP services tagged with C-VLAN ID 10 from NE2 and NE4 are further tagged
with S-VLAN ID 100 when they arrive at the IEEE 802.1ad bridge of NE1. Then, the
services are forwarded to the VoIP server through Layer 2 switching.
l The HSI services tagged with C-VLAN ID 20 from NE2 and NE4 are further tagged
with S-VLAN ID 200 when they arrive at the IEEE 802.1ad bridge of NE1. Then, the
services are forwarded to the HSI server through Layer 2 switching.
In this example, the access nodes NE2 and NE4 each are configured with an EGS4 board. The
EPL services are configured to implement transparent transmission from NE2 and NE4 to
NE1.

12.2.7.2 Signal Flow and Timeslot Allocation


The services of user M and user N are transmitted from the access nodes NE2 and NE4
respectively to the convergence node NE1 through the Ethernet transparent transmission
boards. VoIP and HSI services carrying different C-VLAN IDs are tagged with different S-
VLAN IDs. The service data is isolated and exchanged at Layer 2 through S-VLAN filtering.
Figure 12-26 shows the signal flow of the EVPLAN services (IEEE 802.1ad bridge) and the
timeslot allocation to the EVPLAN services (IEEE 802.1ad bridge).

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Figure 12-26 Signal flow of and timeslot allocation to EVPLAN services (IEEE 802.1ad
bridge)

l The services of user M:


– Occupy the first to thirtieth VC-12 timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-30)
on the SDH link from NE1 to NE2.
– Are added and dropped by using the first to thirtieth VC-12 timeslots of the fourth
VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-30) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the first to thirtieth
VC-12 timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-30) on the EGS4 board of
NE2.
l The services of user N:
– Occupy the first to thirtieth VC-12 timeslots of the first VC-4 (VC4-1:VC12:1-30)
on the SDH link from NE1 to NE4.
– Are added and dropped by the using the thirty-first to sixtieth VC-12 timeslots of
the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:31-60) on the EGS4 board of NE1 and the first to
thirtieth VC-12 timeslots of the fourth VC-4 (VC4-4:VC12:1-30) on the EGS4
board of NE4.

Table 12-84 Parameters of external ports on the Ethernet boards


Parameter NE1 NE2 NE4

Board EGS4 EGS4 EGS4

Port PORT1 PORT2 PORT1 PORT1

Enabled/ Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled


Disabled

Working Mode Auto- Auto- Auto- Auto-


Negotiation Negotiation Negotiation Negotiation

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Parameter NE1 NE2 NE4

Maximum 1522 1522 1522 1522


Frame Length

Port Type C-Aware C-Aware C-Aware C-Aware

Table 12-85 Parameters of internal ports on the Ethernet boards


Parameter NE1 NE2 NE3

Board EGS4 EGS4 EGS4

Port VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK2 VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK1

Mapping GFP GFP GFP GFP


Protocol

Port Type C-Aware C-Aware C-Aware C-Aware

Bound Path VC4-4:VC12-1 VC4-4:VC12-3 VC4-4:VC12-1 VC4-4:VC12-1


-VC12-30 1-VC12-60 -VC12-30 -VC12-30

Table 12-86 Parameters of Ethernet LAN services (IEEE 802.1ad bridge)


Parameter Ethernet LAN Service of NE1

Board EGS4

VB Name VB1

Bridge Type IEEE 802.1ad

Bridge Switch Mode IVL/Ingress Filter Enable

Bridge Learning Mode IVL

Ingress Filter Enabled

Operation Type Add S-VLAN base for Port and C-VLAN

VB Port 1 2 3 4

Mount Port PORT1 PORT2 VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK2

C-VLAN 10 20 10 20 10 20

S-VLAN 100 200 100 200 100 200

VLAN VLAN VLAN filter table 1 VLAN filter table 2


Filterin Filtering
g
VLAN ID 100 200

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Parameter Ethernet LAN Service of NE1

Forwarding PORT1, VCTRUNK1, PORT2, VCTRUNK1,


Physical VCTRUNK2 VCTRUNK2
Port

Hub/ PORT1 Hub


Spoke
PORT2 Hub

VCTRUNK Spoke
1

VCTRUNK Spoke
2

12.2.7.3 Per-NE Configuration Procedure


An EVPLAN service (IEEE 802.1ad bridge) and the corresponding S-VLAN filtering table
need to be created for the convergence node NE1. The access nodes NE2 and NE4 need to be
configured with EPL transparent transmission services only.

Prerequisites
You must be familiar with Flow of Configuring EPL Services.

Background Information
If the Ethernet switching boards in the actual application scenarios are different from the
boards in this example, you need to learn about the requirements for configuring specific
boards.
The IEEE 802.1ad provider bridge supports ports with the C-Aware and S-Aware attributes
only.
The C-Aware ports are used to add and strip the S-VLAN tags. The S-Aware ports are used to
transparently transmit the S-VLAN tag.
The IEEE 802.1ad provider bridge supports the following operation types:
l Adding the S-VLAN tag based on the port
l Adding the S-VLAN tag based on the port and C-VLAN
l Performing port mounting based on the port
l Performing port mounting based on the port and the S-VLAN
This topic describes the four operation types when Bridge Switch Mode of the IEEE 802.1ad
provider bridge is set to IVL/Ingress Filter Enabled.
l Adding the S-VLAN based on the port: The packets that enter the C-Aware port are
added with the preset S-VLAN tag, and are forwarded in the bridge according to the S-
VLAN filtering table. Before the packets leave the C-Aware port, the S-VLAN tag is
stripped.
l Adding the S-VLAN tag based on the port and C-VLAN: The entry detection is
performed for the packets that enter the C-Aware port. Then, the corresponding S-VLAN

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tags are added to the packets according to the mapping relation between the C-VLAN
tags and the S-VLAN tags of the packets. If the mapping relation does not exist, the
packets are discarded. After the S-VLAN tags are added, the packets enter the bridge,
where the packets are forwarded according to the S-VLAN filtering table. Before the
packets leave the C-Aware port, the S-VLAN tag is stripped.
NOTE

l The same C-Aware port supports different C-VLAN tags being mapped to different S-VLAN
tags, but does not support the same C-VLAN tag being mapping to multiple S-VLAN tags.
l Performing port mounting based on the port: The packets that enter the S-Aware port are
not filtered. Instead, the S-VLAN switch is performed directly. The packets must have
the S-VLAN tags. Otherwise, the packets are discarded. When the packets leave the S-
Aware port, the packets are transparently transmitted.
l Performing port mounting based on the port and the S-VLAN: The entry filtering is
performed according to the preset S-VLAN tag. The packets that do not belong to the S-
VLAN are discarded. Then, the packets are forwarded according to the S-VLAN filtering
table. When the packets leave the S-Aware port, the packets are transparently
transmitted.

In the case of the four operation types, the following conditions must be met before the
packets leave a port:

l The port is contained in the S-VLAN filtering table that is created by the user.
l The S-VLAN ID corresponding to the port must be specified when the user manually
mounts the port to the bridge.
– In the case of a C-Aware port, the S-VLAN ID corresponding to the port is the S-
VLAN ID that is added when the packets enter the port.
– In the case of an S-Aware port, the S-VLAN ID corresponding to the port is the S-
VLAN ID that is set when the user mounts the port to the bridge. If the S-Aware
port is mounted based on the port, the S-VLAN ID is considered to contain all the
legal S-VLAN IDs.

Procedure
Step 1 Configure the EVPLAN services on NE1.
1. Set the attributes of the external ports (PORT1 and PORT2 on the EGS4 board) used by
the VoIP server and HSI server.
– In the NE Explorer, select the EGS4 board, and then choose Configuration >
Ethernet Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree.
– Select External Port.
– Click the Basic Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.

Paramete Value in This Description


r Example

Enabled/ PORT1: Enabled In this example, PORT1 and PORT2


Disabled PORT2: Enabled carry the services and Enabled/Disabled
is set to Enabled for PORT1 and
PORT2.

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Paramete Value in This Description


r Example

Working PORT1: Auto- In this example, the VoIP server and HSI
Mode Negotiation server support the auto-negotiation
PORT2: Auto- mode. Hence, Working Mode is set to
Negotiation Auto-Negotiation for PORT1 and
PORT2.

Maximum PORT1: 1522 Generally, this parameter adopts the


Frame PORT2: 1522 default value 1522.
Length

MAC PORT1: Non- The MAC loopback setting is used for


Loopback Loopback fault diagnosis. In this example, MAC
PORT2: Non- Loopback is set to Non-Loopback.
Loopback

PHY PORT1: Non- The PHY loopback setting is used for


Loopback Loopback fault diagnosis. In this example, PHY
PORT2: Non- Loopback is set to Non-Loopback.
Loopback

– Click the Flow Control tab. The parameters in the Flow Control tab page adopt the
default values.
– Click the Network Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.

Parameter Value in This Example Description

Port PORT1: C-Aware The C-Aware or S-Aware attribute


Attributes PORT2: C-Aware must be selected for the port when
you configure the IEEE 802.1ad
bridge. The C-Aware port connects
to the port in the client network,
identifies and processes the packets
that contain C-VLAN tags (namely,
client tags). The S-Aware port
connects to the port on the network
side, identifies and processes the
packets that contain S-VLAN tags
(namely, service tags of the network
operator).

– It is unnecessary to set the parameters on the TAG Attributes tab. If the port type is
set to C-Aware or S-Aware, the parameters on the TAG Attributes are meaningless.
– Click the Advanced Attributes tab. The parameters in the Advanced Attributes
tab page adopt the default values.
2. Set the attributes of the internal ports (VCTRUNK1 and VCTRUNK2 on the EGS4
board) used by the services of user M and N.
– Select Internal Port.

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– Click the Network Attributes tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Paramet Value in This Description
er Example

Port VCTRUNK1: C-Aware The C-Aware or S-Aware attribute must


Attribute VCTRUNK2: C-Aware be selected for the port when you
s configure the IEEE 802.1ad bridge. The
C-Aware port connects to the port in the
client network, identifies and processes
the packets that contain C-VLAN tags
(namely, client tags). The S-Aware port
connects to the port on the network side,
identifies and processes the packets that
contain S-VLAN tags (namely, service
tags of the network operator).

– It is unnecessary to set the parameters on the TAG Attributes tab. If the port type is
set to C-Aware or S-Aware, the parameters on the TAG Attributes are meaningless.
– Click the Encapsulation/Mapping tab. After setting the parameters, click Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

Mappin VCTRUNK1: GFP In this example, the EGS4 board is used.


g VCTRUNK2: GFP This parameter adopts the default value
Protoco GFP. Mapping Protocol of the
l VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet boards of the
interconnected equipment at both ends
must be set to the same value.

Scrambl VCTRUNK1: In this example, this parameter adopts the


e Scrambling mode default value Scrambling mode [X43+1].
[X43+1] Scramble of the VCTRUNKs on the
VCTRUNK2: Ethernet boards of the interconnected
Scrambling mode equipment at both ends must be set to the
[X43+1] same value.

Set VCTRUNK1: - When Mapping Protocol is set to GFP,


Inverse VCTRUNK2: - this parameter is valid and adopts the
Value default value -. Set Inverse Value for
for CRC of the VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet
CRC boards of the interconnected equipment at
both ends must be set to the same value.

Check VCTRUNK1: FCS32 In this example, this parameter adopts the


Field VCTRUNK2: FCS32 default value FCS32. Check Field Length
Length of the VCTRUNKs on the Ethernet boards
of the interconnected equipment at both
ends must be set to the same value.

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Param Value in This Description


eter Example

FCS VCTRUNK1: Big When Mapping Protocol is set to GFP,


Calculat endian FCS Calculated Bit Sequence is set to
ed Bit VCTRUNK2: Big Big endian. FCS Calculated Bit
Sequen endian Sequence of the VCTRUNKs on the
ce Ethernet boards of the interconnected
equipment at both ends must be set to the
same value.

– This operation is optional. Click the LCAS tab. After setting the parameters, click
Apply.
Param Value in This Description
eter Example

Enablin VCTRUNK1: Enabled In this example, Enabling LCAS is set to


g LCAS VCTRUNK2: Enabled Enabled.

LCAS VCTRUNK1: Huawei In this example, this parameter adopts the


Mode Mode default value Huawei Mode. If the
VCTRUNK2: Huawei interconnected equipment at both ends is
Mode Huawei equipment, LCAS Mode is set to
Huawei Mode for the interconnected
equipment.

Hold- VCTRUNK1: 2000 In this example, this parameter adopts the


off VCTRUNK2: 2000 default value 2000. You can set this
Time(m parameter according to the expected hold
s) off time of LCAS switching.

WTR VCTRUNK1: 300 In this example, this parameter adopts the


Time(s) VCTRUNK2: 300 default value 300. You can set this
parameter according to the expected WTR
duration of LCAS recovery.

TSD VCTRUNK1: Disabled In this example, TSD is set to Disabled. In


VCTRUNK2: Disabled this case, the LCAS protocol does not
monitor the status of the B3 or BIP bit
errors of a VCTRUNK member.

Min. VCTRUNK1: 256 Sets the min. members - transmit direction.


Membe VCTRUNK2: 256 When the LCAS is enabled and the
rs - number of available members is less than
Transmi the smaller one between this value and the
t number of bound channels, an alarm is
Directio reported.
n

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Param Value in This Description


eter Example

Min. VCTRUNK1: 256 Sets the min. members - receive direction.


Membe VCTRUNK2: 256 When the LCAS is enabled and the
rs - number of available members is less than
Receive the smaller one between this value and the
Directio number of bound channels, an alarm is
n reported.

– Click the Bound Path tab. Click the Configuration button. Set the following in the
Bound Path Configuration dialog box that is displayed. Then, click Apply.

User Paramet Value in Description


er This
Example

User Configura VCTRUN As shown in Figure 12-26, VCTRUNK1 of


M ble Ports K1 the EGS4 board is used by the service of user
M.

Av Le VC12-xv The service of user M uses a 60 Mbit/s


aila vel bandwidth. Hence, 30 VC-12s need to be
ble bound.
Bo
und Ser Bidirection The service of user M is a bidirectional
Pat vic al service.
hs e
Dir
ecti
on

Av VC4-4 -
aila
ble
Res
our
ces

Av VC12-1 to Thirty VC-12s need to be bound for user M.


aila VC12-30 In this example, the first to the thirtieth
ble VC-12s need to be selected in sequence.
Ti
me
slot
s

User Configura VCTRUN As shown in Figure 12-26, VCTRUNK2 of


N ble Ports K2 the EGS4 board is used by the service of user
N.

Av Le VC12-xv The service of user N uses a 60 Mbit/s


aila vel bandwidth. Hence, 30 VC-12s need to be
ble bound.

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User Paramet Value in Description


er This
Example

Bo Ser Bidirection The service of user N is a bidirectional


und vic al service.
Pat e
hs Dir
ecti
on

Av VC4-4 -
aila
ble
Res
our
ces

Av VC12-31 Thirty VC-12s need to be bound for user N.


aila to In this example, the thirty-first to the sixtieth
ble VC12-60 VC-12s need to be selected in sequence.
Ti
me
slot
s

– Click the Advanced Attributes tab. The parameters in the Advanced Attributes
tab page adopt the default values.
3. Create a bridge for the EGS4 board on NE1.
– In the NE Explorer, select the EGS4 board, and then choose Configuration >
Ethernet Service > Ethernet LAN Service from the Function Tree.
– Click New.
– Set the required parameters in the Create Ethernet LAN Service dialog box that is
displayed.
Parameter Value in Description
This
Example

Board NE1-5- -
EGS4

VB Name VB1 This parameter is a character string used to


describe the bridge. It is recommended that you
set this parameter to a character string that
contains the information about the detailed
application of the bridge.

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Parameter Value in Description


This
Example

VB Type 802.1ad The IEEE 802.1ad bridge supports data frames


with two layers of VLAN tags. This bridge adopts
the outer S-VLAN tags to isolate different
VLANs and supports only the mounted ports
whose attributes are C-Aware or S-Aware.

Bridge IVL/Ingress This bridge checks the contents of the VLAN tags
Switch Filter that are in the packets and performs Layer 2
Mode Enable switching according to the destination MAC
addresses and the S-VLAN IDs of the packets.

Bridge IVL -
Learning
Mode

Ingress Filter Enabled -

MAC Enabled -
Address
Self-
Learning

– Click Configure Mount.


– Set the parameters for service mounting in the Service Mount Configuration
dialog box that is displayed.
Attribute Attribute Value

Operation Adding S-VLAN tags based on Port and C-VLAN


Type

VB Port 1 2 3 4

Mount Port PORT1 PORT2 VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK2

C-VLAN 10 20 10 20 10 20

S-VLAN 100 200 100 200 100 200

– Click OK.
– In the Create Ethernet LAN Service dialog box, click OK.
4. Create a VLAN filtering table.
– Select the created bridge and click the VLAN Filtering tab.
– Click New.
– Create the VLAN filtering table of the VoIP service.

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Parameter Value in Description


This
Example

VLAN 100 According to the plan, the S-VLAN ID is 100 for


ID(e.g.1,3-6) the VoIP service.

– In Available Forwarding Ports, select PORT1, VCTRUNK1, and VCTRUNK2.


Click . Then, click Apply.
– Create the VLAN filtering table of the HSI service.
Parameter Value in Description
This
Example

VLAN 200 According to the plan, the S-VLAN ID is 200 for


ID(e.g.1,3-6) the HSI service.

– In Available Forwarding Ports, select PORT2, VCTRUNK1, and VCTRUNK2.


Click . Then, click OK.
5. Change the Hub/Spoke attribute of the ports mounted to the bridge.
NOTE

If user M and user N need to communicate with each other, proceed to Step 1.6.
– Select the created bridge and click the Service Mount tab.
– Change the Hub/Spoke attribute of the port mounted to the bridge.
Parameter Value in This Description
Example

Hub/Spoke PORT1: Hub User M and user N need not communicate


PORT2: Hub with each other. In this case, set VCTRUNK1
and VCTRUNK2 that access the services of
VCTRUNK1: user M and user N to the Spoke attribute.
Spoke Ports of the Spoke attribute cannot
VCTRUNK2: communicate with each other.
Spoke A port of the Hub attribute can communicate
with a port of the Spoke or Hub attribute.

6. Configure the cross-connections from the Ethernet service to the SDH link for user M
and user N.
– In the NE Explorer, select NE1, and then choose Configuration > SDH Service
Configuration from the Function Tree.
– Click Create on the lower-right pane to display the Create SDH Service dialog
box. Set the parameters as follows.

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User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

User M Level VC12 The timeslot bound with the service of


user M is at the VC-12 level. The service
level must be consistent with the level of
the path bound with the VCTRUNK.

Direction Bidirection The service of user M is a bidirectional


al service.

Source 5- When you create a bidirectional SDH


Slot EGS4-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the Ethernet board as the source
slot.

Source VC4-4 The value range of Source VC4 is


VC4 consistent with the value range of
Available Resources, which is set for the
paths bound with VCTRUNK1. In the
case of VCTRUNK1, Available
Resources is set to VC4-4.

Source 1-30 The value range of the source timeslots is


Timeslot consistent with the value range of
Range(e.g. Available Timeslot, which is set for the
1,3-6) paths bound with VCTRUNK1. In the
case of VCTRUNK1, the value of
Available Timeslot is from VC12-1 to
VC12-30.

Sink Slot 3- When you create a bidirectional SDH


SL4D-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the line board as the sink slot.

Sink VC4 VC4-1 In this example, VC4-1 is specified as the


VC-4 timeslot of the Ethernet service on
the line board.

Sink 1-30 The value range of the sink timeslots can


Timeslot be the same as or different from the value
Range(e.g. range of the source timeslots. The
1,3-6) number of sink timeslots must be,
however, consistent with the number of
sink timeslots.

Activate Yes -
Immediate
ly

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User Paramete Value in Description


r This
Example

User N Level VC12 The timeslot bound with the service of


user N is at the VC-12 level. The service
level must be consistent with the level of
the path bound with the VCTRUNK.

Direction Bidirection The service of user N is a bidirectional


al service.

Source 5- When you create a bidirectional SDH


Slot EGS4-1(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the Ethernet board as the source
slot.

Source VC4-4 The value range of Source VC4 is


VC4 consistent with the value range of
Available Resources, which is set for the
paths bound with VCTRUNK2. In the
case of VCTRUNK2, Available
Resources is set to VC4-4.

Source 31-60 The value range of the source timeslots is


Timeslot consistent with the value range of
Range(e.g. Available Timeslot, which is set for the
1,3-6) paths bound with VCTRUNK2. In the
case of VCTRUNK2, the value of
Available Timeslot is from VC12-31 to
VC12-60.

Sink Slot 3- When you create a bidirectional SDH


SL4D-2(SD service from an Ethernet board to a line
H-1) board, it is recommended that you set the
slot of the line board as the sink slot.

Sink VC4 VC4-1 In this example, VC4-1 is specified as the


VC-4 timeslot of the Ethernet service on
the line board.

Sink 1-30 The value range of the sink timeslots can


Timeslot be the same as or different from the value
Range(e.g. range of the source timeslots. The
1,3-6) number of source timeslots must be,
however, the same as the number of sink
timeslots.

Activate Yes -
Immediate
ly

Step 2 Configure the EPL services on NE2 and NE4.

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NOTE

The Ethernet services of NE2 and NE4 are point-to-point transparent transmission services. See 12.2.2
Configuring EPL Services to set the parameters.

Step 3 Enable the performance monitoring function of the NEs. For details, see 6.6 Starting NE
Performance Monitoring.
Step 4 Back up the configuration data of the NEs. For details, see 18.5.1 Backing Up the NE
Configuration Data to the System Control, Switching, and Timing Board.

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Relevant Task
If the services are configured incorrectly and thus need to be deleted, see Deleting EVPLAN
Services.

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