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OptiX RTN 900 V100R002         Configuration Guide                -- U2000 Web LCT                                        ...
Preface                                            This course is developed based on                                     ...
Study Guide   This course describes the configurations    of the OptiX RTN 900 V100R002.   Before learning this course, ...
References   OptiX RTN 910 Configuration Guide   OptiX RTN 950 Configuration GuideCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies C...
Purpose of This Course           After learning this course, you will be able to:                 Configure the radio li...
Contents      1. Service Types of the OptiX RTN            900 V100R002      2. Configuring Radio Links      3. Configurin...
Service Types   Types of Radio Links         TDM radio link (including SDH radio link and PDH radio link)         Hybri...
Types of Ethernet Services   E-Line services         UNI-UNI E-Line services               Point-to-point transparently...
Contents    1.    Service Types of the OptiX RTN 900          V100R002 RTN    2.    Configuring Radio Links           Con...
Procedure for Configuring a Radio Link                                       Skip   this step for 1+0/N+0                ...
Configuring the                                                  Configuring         Configuring the                      ...
Configuring the                                                           Configuring   Configuring the   IF/ODU Informati...
Configuring the                                                             Configuring   Configuring the                 ...
Configuring the                                                             Configuring   Configuring the       IF/ODU Inf...
Configuring the                                                                     Configuring       Configuring theCreat...
Configuring the                                                                  Configuring      Configuring the    Setti...
Configuring theCreating an N+1                                                  Configuring                               ...
Creating an N+1                                                  Configuring                                              ...
Creating a 1+1 Protection                                     Configuring                                                 ...
Creating a 1+1                                              Configuring                                                   ...
Configuring the                                                             Configuring   Configuring theConfiguring the  ...
Configuring the                                                                  Configuring      Configuring theConfiguri...
Contents    1. Service Types of the OptiX RTN          900 V100R002    2. Configuring Radio Links    3. Configuring TDM Se...
Time s lots for TDM S e rvice s on IF Boa rds   When TDM services need to be transmitted on a radio link, you need to con...
Configuring Linear MSP (Optional)①        ②                                                                          ③    ...
Configuring Linear MSP (Optional)                                                                      Protection Type: c...
Configuring the Cross-Connections of        TDM Services       In the case of 1+1 protection configuration or 1+1 linear ...
Configuring the Cross-Connections ofTDM Services                                                   This parameter indicat...
Creating Cross-Connections for    SNCP Services     When configuring the SNCP services, you need to configure the cross-c...
Creating Cross-Connections for    SNCP Services   The cross-connection of SNCP services is a cross-connection that a work...
Contents    1. Service Types of the OptiX RTN          900 V100R002    2. Configuring Radio Links    3. Configuring TDM Se...
Configurations of Various Services     P2P/VLAN E-Line       QinQ-Based E-        IEEE 802.1d bridge-        IEEE 802.1q b...
Configurations of Ethernet Services                Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports                Setting the P...
Setting the Parameters of Ethernet     Ports                                     Setting                                  ...
Setting the layer 2   Setting the                                    Setting general       Configuring the                ...
Setting the layer         Setting the                                         Setting general       Configuring the       ...
Setting the layer   Setting the                                   Setting general       Configuring the                   ...
Setting the layer         Setting the                                        Setting general      Configuring the         ...
Setting the layer        Setting the                                        Setting general      Configuring the          ...
Configurations of Ethernet Services                Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports                Setting the P...
Setting the                                                           Setting general   Setting the layer       advanced  ...
Setting the                                                                 Setting general   Setting the layer   advanced...
Setting the                                                               Setting general   Setting the layer   advanced  ...
Configurations of Ethernet Services                Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports                Setting the P...
Configuring the LAG         Link aggregation allows multiple links that are attached to the same equipment to be aggregat...
Configuring the LAG                                                    Manually enter the number of the LAG. This paramet...
Configuring the LAG  Port Priority indicates the priorities of the ports in a LAG as defined in the LACP protocol. The sm...
Configurations of Ethernet Services                Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports                Setting the P...
Configuring the QinQ Link       Configuring the QinQ link is prerequisite for configuring QinQ private line services and ...
Configuring the QinQ Link QinQ Link ID specifies the ID of a QinQ link. Value range: 1 to 4294967295. Board specifies th...
Configurations of Ethernet Services                Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports                Setting the P...
Configuring the E-Line Service①                                                                          ⑤       ②        ...
Configuring the P2P Transparently      Transmitted E-Line Service (1) Set Service ID/ServiceName according to thedesign....
Configuring the P2P TransparentlyTransmitted E-Line Service (2)Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights r...
Configuring the VLAN-Based E-Line      Service (1) Set Service ID/ServiceName according to thedesign. Set Direction to U...
Configuring the VLAN-Based E-LineService (2)                                                                 ①   After th...
Configuring the QinQ-Based E-Line     Service (1) Set Service ID/ServiceName according to the design. Set Direction to U...
Configuring the QinQ-Based E-LineServices (2)Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
Configurations of Ethernet Services                Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports                Setting the P...
Configuring the ERPS①             ②                                                            ④             ③    Copyrigh...
Configuring the ERPS                                                               Set ERPS ID according to the design. T...
Configuring the ERPS Hold-Off Time: specifies the hold-off time of the ERPShold-off timer. If only the ERPS exists, set t...
Configurations of Ethernet Services                Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports                Setting the P...
Configuring the E-LAN Service①                                                                          ⑤        ②        ...
Configuring the 802.1d Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (1)    Set Service ID/Service   Name according to the   design.    Sele...
Configuring the 802.1d Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (2)                                                                      ...
Configuring the 802.1d Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (3)  Configured ports                                                   ...
Configuring the 802.1d Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (4)   Create a split horizon  group as required.Copyright © 2006 Huawei ...
Configuring the 802.1d Bridge-Based E-LAN Service (5)  Select Split Horizon Group to create a split horizon group as requ...
Configuring the 802.1q Bridge-Based E-LAN Service (1)  Set Service ID/Service Name according to the design.  Select C-Aw...
Configuring the 802.1q Bridge-Based E-LAN Service (2)                                                Configure the UNI po...
Configuring the 802.1q Bridge-Based E-LAN Service (3)Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
Configuring the 802.1q Bridge-Based E-LAN Service (4)         Select Split Horizon        Group to create a split        ...
Configuring the 802.1ad Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (1)  Set Service ID/Service Name according to the design.  Select S-Aw...
Configuring the 802.1ad Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (2)                                                 Configure the UNI p...
Configuring the 802.1ad Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (3)Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
Configuring the 802.1ad Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (4)                                                 Configure the UNI p...
Configuring the 802.1ad Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (5)Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
Configuring the 802.1ad Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (6)       Select Split Horizon      Group to create a split      horizo...
Configurations of Ethernet Services                Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports                Setting the P...
Creating a       Changing the      Creating a     Creating      Setting the port that   Configuring                       ...
Creating a       Changing the      Creating a     Creating      Setting the port that   Configuring                       ...
Creating a       Changing the      Creating a     Creating     Setting the port that   Configuring                        ...
Creating a       Changing the      Creating a     Creating     Setting the port that   Configuring                     DS ...
Creating a       Changing the      Creating a     Creating     Setting the port that   Configuring                        ...
Creating a         Changing the        Creating a       Creating     Setting the port that   Configuring                  ...
Creating a       Changing the         Creating a     Creating     Setting the port that   Configuring                     ...
Changing theConfiguring                   Creating a                              DS domain        ports that use         ...
Creating a       Changing the      Creating a         Creating     Setting the port that   Configuring                    ...
Creating a       Changing the      Creating a      Creating     Setting the port that   Configuring                     DS...
Creating a       Changing the      Creating a     Creating     Setting the port that   Configuring                        ...
Creating a       Changing the      Creating a       Creating     Setting the port that   Configuring                     D...
Configurations of Ethernet Services                Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports                Setting the P...
Creating    Testing                                           Creating        Creating        Creating an                 ...
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02 opti x rtn 900 v100r002 configuration guide-20100119-a
02 opti x rtn 900 v100r002 configuration guide-20100119-a
02 opti x rtn 900 v100r002 configuration guide-20100119-a
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02 opti x rtn 900 v100r002 configuration guide-20100119-a

  1. 1. OptiX RTN 900 V100R002 Configuration Guide -- U2000 Web LCT www.huawei.comCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. Preface  This course is developed based on services of the OptiX RTN 900 V100R002.  This course is designed to help microwave engineers to independently configure common services of the OptiX RTN 900 V100R002.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  3. 3. Study Guide This course describes the configurations of the OptiX RTN 900 V100R002. Before learning this course, it is recommended that you read the OptiX RTN 900 V100R002 System Description, OptiX RTN 900 V100R002 Networking and Protection, and OptiX RTN 900 V100R002 Hybrid Feature. This course focuses on the configurations of various services.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  4. 4. References OptiX RTN 910 Configuration Guide OptiX RTN 950 Configuration GuideCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  5. 5. Purpose of This Course  After learning this course, you will be able to:  Configure the radio links of the OptiX RTN 900 V100R002.  Configure TDM services of the OptiX RTN 900 V100R002.  Configure Ethernet services of the OptiX RTN 900 V100R002.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  6. 6. Contents 1. Service Types of the OptiX RTN 900 V100R002 2. Configuring Radio Links 3. Configuring TDM Services 4. Configuring Ethernet ServicesCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  7. 7. Service Types Types of Radio Links  TDM radio link (including SDH radio link and PDH radio link)  Hybrid radio link Service types carried by the radio link  TDM services carried by the TDM radio  Hybrid services of Native E1 services and Native Ethernet services carried by the Hybrid radio (supporting the AM function)Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  8. 8. Types of Ethernet Services E-Line services  UNI-UNI E-Line services  Point-to-point transparently transmitted E-Line service  VLAN-based E-Line service  UNI-NNI E-Line services carried by QinQ links E-LAN services  IEEE 802.1d bridge  IEEE 802.1q bridge  IEEE 802.1ad bridgeCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  9. 9. Contents 1. Service Types of the OptiX RTN 900 V100R002 RTN 2. Configuring Radio Links  Configuration Procedure  Configuration Tasks 3. Configuring TDM Services 4. Configuring Ethernet ServicesCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  10. 10. Procedure for Configuring a Radio Link Skip this step for 1+0/N+0 Configuring the Configuring theConfiguring an NE IF/ODU info. of a Radio link mode radio Link XPIC link N+1 link 1+1 link Creating an N+1 Creating a 1+1 Creating an XPIC protection group protection group group Setting the Hybrid/AM attributes of the XPIC Hybrid radio linkCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  11. 11. Configuring the Configuring Configuring the IF/ODU InformationCreating an NE an NE RF link mode of a Radio LinkMethod 1:Create an NE byusing the searchmethod. ② ① ③ ④Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  12. 12. Configuring the Configuring Configuring the IF/ODU Information an NE RF link mode of a Radio LinkCreating an NEMethod 2:Create an NE byusing themanual method. ① ② ③ ④ ⑤Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  13. 13. Configuring the Configuring Configuring the IF/ODU Information an NE RF link mode of a Radio LinkModifying the NE ID/Name ①② ④  Modify the NE ID. The ID of an NE in the ⑥ network must be unique. ⑤ ③ ⑦Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  14. 14. Configuring the Configuring Configuring the IF/ODU Information an NE RF link mode of a Radio LinkCreating an XPIC Protection Group① ④ ② ③ ⑤Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  15. 15. Configuring the Configuring Configuring theCreating an XPIC Protection an NE RF link mode IF/ODU Information of a Radio LinkGroup  IF Channel Bandwidth: Set this parameter according to the network planning documents. It can be set to 28M or 56M. If this parameter is set to 56M, the high-power ODU must be used.  Polarization direction-V/H: This parameter indicates the polarization direction of a radio link. It is recommended that you install the two IFX2 boards that form an XPIC workgroup in the slots that are at the same layer or in the same column. Set the IF port on the IFX2 board that has a smaller slot number to Polarization direction-V and that on the other IFX2 board to Polarization direction-H.  Link ID-V/H: Set these two parameters according to the network planning information. These two parameters must be set to different values, but Link ID-V and Link ID-H must be respectively set to the same values at both ends of a link.  Maximum Transmit Power: This parameter indicates the max. transmit power of the ODU. The value of this parameter must not exceed the rated power range supported by the ODU. This parameter specifies the upper threshold of the transmit power range of an ODU. After an ATPC adjustment, the transmit power cannot exceed the value of this parameter.  Transmit Power/Transmission Frequency: Set these two parameters according to the network planning documents. If an ODU supports only one T/R spacing, set this parameter to the default value 0. The default transmission status of an ODU is Unmute. Set ATPC parameters according to the network planning documents. Note that before the antenna alignment, ATPC Enabled must be set to Disabled. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  16. 16. Configuring the Configuring Configuring the Setting the Hybrid/AM an NE RF link mode IF/ODU Information of a Radio Link Attributes of the XPIC Hybrid Radio Link Set AM Enable Status according to the network planning documents. Note that before the antenna alignment, make sure that AM Enable Status is set to Disabled. When AM Enable Status is set to Enabled, set Modulation Mode of the Guaranteed AM Capacity and Modulation Mode of the Full AM Capacity according to the network planning documents. E1 Capacity specifies the number of E1 services that can be transmitted in Hybrid microwave frames. Set this parameter according to the design. Note that the number of E1 services at both ends of a radio link hop must be the same; otherwise, the services are unavailable. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  17. 17. Configuring theCreating an N+1 Configuring an NE Configuring the RF link mode IF/ODU Information of a Radio LinkProtection Group ① ④ ② ③ ⑤ See next page Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  18. 18. Creating an N+1 Configuring an NE Configuring the RF link mode Configuring the IF/ODU Information of a Radio LinkProtection Group Configure a working board: Select W orking Unit from Select Mapping Direction. Select an IF port of the working board from Select Mapping Mode, and click to add the IF port in Mapped Board. Configure a protection board: Select Protection Unit from Select Mapping Direction. Select an IF port of the protection board from Select Mapping Mode, and click to add the IF port in Mapped Board. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  19. 19. Creating a 1+1 Protection Configuring an NE Configuring the RF link mode Configuring the IF/ODU Information of a Radio LinkGroup ① ④ ② ③ ⑤ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  20. 20. Creating a 1+1 Configuring an NE Configuring the RF link mode Configuring the IF/ODU Information of a Radio LinkProtection Group  Select the 1+1 SD/ HSB protection FD/ from the W orking Mode drop-down list.  Use the default  Select a working IF board and a value. protection IF board. In the case of 1+1 FD/SD protection group, the working board and protection boards must be configured in two paired slots.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  21. 21. Configuring the Configuring Configuring theConfiguring the IF/ODU Information an NE RF radio link of a Radio LinkIF/ODU Informa tion of a Ra dio Link ① ④ ② ③ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  22. 22. Configuring the Configuring Configuring theConfiguring the an NE RF radio link IF/ODU Information of a Radio LinkIF/ODU Information of a Radio Link  Set the transmit frequency and the  Set the parameters according to the transmit power. network planning documents.  The AM function is disabled by default. These two parameters are available only when Enable AM is set to Enabled.  This parameter is available only when Enable AM is set to Disabled.  Used for recording performance events. The parameters are valid only when the ATPC function is enabled. Set the parameters according to the network planning documents. Set this parameter by strictly conforming to  If the OptiX RTN 900 is interconnected the design. The number with the Packet radio equipment, this of E1 services on both parameter is set to Enabled. Otherwise, ends of a hop of a radio this parameter is set to Disabled. link hop. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  23. 23. Contents 1. Service Types of the OptiX RTN 900 V100R002 2. Configuring Radio Links 3. Configuring TDM Services 4. Configuring Ethernet ServicesCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  24. 24. Time s lots for TDM S e rvice s on IF Boa rds When TDM services need to be transmitted on a radio link, you need to configure cross-connections between the service timeslots on the corresponding service boards and the service timeslots on the corresponding IF boards. The timeslots for the TDM services on IF boards are closely related to the type of the radio services transmitted by the IF board and the radio capacity. TDM Radio  When the IF board works in PDH radio mode, if the microwave capacity is nxE1, the first to nth VC-12 timeslots on the IF board are available and correspond to the first to nth E1s that are transmitted over radio. If a cross- connection is configured between an E1 port on a service board and the second VC-12 timeslot in VC4-1 on the IF board, the E1 services that are accessed through the E1 port are sent to the second E1 timeslot that is transmitted over radio. If the radio capacity is E3, only the first VC-3 timeslot in VC4-1 on the IF board is available and corresponds to the E3 channel that is transmitted over radio.  When the IF board works in STM-1 mode, all the timeslots in VC4-1 on the IF board are available and correspond to the timeslots in the VC-4 that is transmitted on radio. Hybrid Radio  When the IF board works in STM-1 mode, all the timeslots in VC4-1 on the IF board are available and correspond to the timeslots in the VC-4 that is transmitted on radio. If an IF board works in Hybrid radio mode and the E1 Capacity is set to n in Hybrid/AM Configuration, the first to nth VC-12 timeslots on the IF board are available and correspond to the first to nth E1 timeslots that are transmitted over radio. For example, if the E1 capacity is 75xE1, only the first to sixty-third VC-12 timeslots in VC4-1 and the first to twelfth VC-12 timeslots in VC4-2 on the IF board are available. If a cross-connection is configured between an E1 port on a service board and the second VC-12 timeslot in VC4-1 on the IF board, the E1 services that are accessed through the E1 port are sent to the second E1 timeslot that is transmitted over radio. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  25. 25. Configuring Linear MSP (Optional)① ② ③ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  26. 26. Configuring Linear MSP (Optional) Protection Type: can be set to 1+1 Protection or 1:N Protection. If extra services need to be transmitted or several working channels are required, select 1:N Protection. Switching Mode: can be set to Select West Working Unit or West Single-Ended Switching or Dual- Protection Unit from Select Mapping Ended Switching. If Protection Type Direction. is set to 1:N Protection, Switching This parameter specifies the mapping Mode can only be set to Dual-Ended board and port in the mapping direction. Switching. Revertive Mode: specifies the revertive mode of the linear MSP. It is recommended that you set this parameter to Revertive. WTR Time: specifies the wait-to- restore time. It is recommended that you use the default value 600 in second. Protocol type: ensure that the interconnected NEs run the protocols of the same type.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  27. 27. Configuring the Cross-Connections of TDM Services In the case of 1+1 protection configuration or 1+1 linear MSP, you need to configure TDM services on the working channel only. In the case of N+1 protection configuration or 1:N linear MSP, you also need to configure the extra services on the protection channel if required. ① ② ③ ④ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  28. 28. Configuring the Cross-Connections ofTDM Services  This parameter indicates the level of a service. If the service is an E1 service or a data service that is bound with VC-12 paths, set this parameter to VC12. If the service is a data service that is bound with VC-3 channels, set this parameter to VC3. If all the services in a VC-4 pass through the NE, set this parameter to VC4.  Set the source slot, source port, source VC4, and source timeslot of the service source. When Source is set to the slot of the tributary board, Source Port and Source VC4 are unavailable. Set these parameters according to the network planning information.  Set the sink slot, sink port, sink VC4, and sink timeslot of the service sink. When Sink is set to the slot of the tributary board, Sink Port and Sink VC4 are unavailable. Set these parameters according to the network planning information.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  29. 29. Creating Cross-Connections for SNCP Services When configuring the SNCP services, you need to configure the cross-connections of the SNCP services.① ② ③ ④ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  30. 30. Creating Cross-Connections for SNCP Services The cross-connection of SNCP services is a cross-connection that a working source and a protection source correspond to a service sink.  This parameter indicates the level of a service. If the service is an E1 service or a data service that is bound with VC-12 paths, set this parameter to VC12. If the service is a data service that is bound with VC-3 channels, set this parameter to VC3. If all the services in a VC-4 pass through the NE, set this parameter to VC4.  Direction is generally set to Bidirectional.  Hand-off Time specifies the duration of the hold-off time. When a line fault occurs, an NE can perform SNCP switching after a delay of time to prevent the situation where the NE performs SNCP switching and other protection switching at the same time. Set the hold-off time for the SNCP when the SNCP works with the link-level protection schemes, including the 1+1 protection and N+1 protection. The hold-off time must be more than the switching time of the protection scheme that works with the SNCP. It is recommended that you set the hold-off time to 0 when only the SNCP is configured.  Set the source slot, source port, source VC4, and source timeslot of the working source and protection source. The working service source and protection service source can be the IF board or the line board. However, the IF 1+! protection board cannot be used as the source of SNCP services.  Set the sink slot, sink port, sink VC4, and sink timeslot of the SNCP service sink. If Sink is set to the slot of the tributary board, Sink Port and Sink VC4 are unavailable. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  31. 31. Contents 1. Service Types of the OptiX RTN 900 V100R002 2. Configuring Radio Links 3. Configuring TDM Services 4. Configuring Ethernet ServicesCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  32. 32. Configurations of Various Services P2P/VLAN E-Line QinQ-Based E- IEEE 802.1d bridge- IEEE 802.1q bridge- IEEE 802.1ad bridge- Line based E-LAN based E-LAN based E-LAN1 Setting the Setting the Setting the Setting the Setting the parameters of parameters of parameters of parameters of parameters of Ethernet ports Ethernet ports Ethernet ports Ethernet ports Ethernet ports2 Setting the Setting the Setting the Setting the Setting the parameters of parameters of parameters of parameters of the parameters of the the IF_ETH the IF_ETH the IF_ETH IF_ETH ports IF_ETH ports ports ports ports3 Configuring ① Configuring ① Configuring the ① Configuring the ① Configuring the ① the LAG the LAG LAG LAG LAG4 Configuring Configuring Configuring the ① Configuring the ① Configuring the ① the E-Line the QinQ Link ERPS ERPS ERPS5 Configuring ① Configuring Configuring the Configuring the E- Configuring the E- the QoS the E-Line E-LAN LAN LAN6 Verifying Configuring ① Configuring the ① Configuring the ① Configuring the ① Ethernet the QoS QoS QoS QoS service configurations7 Verifying Verifying Verifying Ethernet Verifying Ethernet Ethernet Ethernet service service service service configurations configurations configurations configurationsNote:① indicates that the configuration item is optional. Configure the services according to the servicerequirements. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  33. 33. Configurations of Ethernet Services  Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports  Setting the Parameters of IF_ETH Ports  Configuring the LAG  Configuring the QinQ Link  Configuring the E-Line Service  Configuring the ERPS  Configuring the E-LAN Service  Configuring the QoS  Verifying Ethernet Service ConfigurationsCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  34. 34. Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports Setting Setting the Configuring the advanced P2P E-Line services: general traffic control attributes attributes VLAN-based E-Lineservices: Setting Setting the Configuring the Setting the layer general advanced QinQ-based E-Line traffic control 2 attributes attributes attributesservices: Setting Setting the IEEE 802.1d bridge- Configuring the general advancedbased E-LAN services: traffic control attributes attributes IEEE 802.1q bridge-based Setting Setting the Configuring the Setting the layerE-LAN services: general advanced traffic control 2 attributes IEEE 802.1ad bridge-based attributes attributesE-LAN services: Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  35. 35. Setting the layer 2 Setting the Setting general Configuring the advanced attributes traffic control attributes attributesSetting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports ① ⑤ ② ③ Ports on an  IF_ETH ④ Ethernet board ports Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  36. 36. Setting the layer Setting the Setting general Configuring the advanced attributes traffic control 2 attributes attributesSetting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports  The general attributes of an Ethernet port define the physical-layer information, such as the port mode, encapsulation type, and maximum frame length. In the case of used ports, set Enable Port to Enabled. In the case of unused ports, set Enable Port to Disabled. Encapsulation Type  In the case of P2P E-Line services and IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN services, set Encapsulation Type to Null.  In the case of VLAN-based E-Line services and IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN services, set Encapsulation Type to 802.1q.  In the case of QinQ-based E-Line services and IEEE 802.1ad bridge-based E-LAN services, if a UNI can access untagged frames, set Encapsulation Type to NULL. If a UNI can access tagged frames only, set Encapsulation Type to 802.1q. In the case of an NNI port, set Encapsulation Type to QinQ. In the case of an Ethernet port that is connected to the external equipment, set Working Mode to a value the same as that ofthe external equipment. (Generally, Working Mode of the external equipment is set to Auto-Negotiation. In the case of theEthernet ports within the network, set Working Mode to Auto-Negotiation. When JUMBO frames are transmitted, set Max Frame Length (byte) according to the actual length of the JUMBO frames.Otherwise, it is recommended that you set Max Frame Length (byte) to 1536. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  37. 37. Setting the layer Setting the Setting general Configuring the advanced attributes traffic control 2 attributes attributesSetting the Parameters of Ethernet PortsAfter the traffic control is enabled, if the link is congested, the Ethernet port sends the PAUSE frame tonotify the peer end of stopping the transmission of Ethernet packets for a period, thus eliminating thelink congestion. Required when the flow control function is enabled on the external equipment to which the Ethernetport is connected. Set the parameters as follows:  When the external equipment uses the non-auto-negotiation flow control function, set Non- Autonegotiation Flow Control Mode to Enable Symmetric Flow Control.  When the external equipment uses the auto-negotiation flow control function, set Auto- Negotiation Flow Control Mode to Enable Symmetric Flow Control.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  38. 38. Setting the layer Setting the Setting general Configuring the advanced attributes traffic control 2 attributes attributesSetting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports  For P2P E-Line services and IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN services: You do not need to set the layer 2 attributes.  For VLAN-based E-Line services and IEEE 802.1 bridge-based E-LAN services: If all the accessed services carry VLAN tags (tagged frames), set Tag to Tag Aware. If none of the accessed services carries VLAN tags (untagged frames), set Tag to Access. If the access services contain both tagged frames and untagged frames, set Tag to Hybrid. Set Default VLAN ID and VLAN Priority according to the network planning information.  For QinQ-based E-Line services and IEEE 802.1ad bridge-based E-LAN services: In the case of a UNI port, if Encapsulation Type is set to 802.1q, Tag must be set to Tag Aware (default value). In the case of an NNI port that is connected to the external equipment, set QinQ Type Domain according to the T-PID of the SVLAN that is supported by the external equipment. In the case of an NNI port within the network, set QinQ Type Domain to the default value. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  39. 39. Setting the layer Setting the Setting general Configuring the advanced attributes traffic control 2 attributes attributesSetting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports  The advanced attributes of Ethernet ports are used to configure the MAC/PHY loopback and query the traffic rate on the ports.  Required when you need to enable the port self-loop test and automatic loopback shutdown functions or to enable the broadcast packet suppression function. Set Loopback Check, Loopback Port Shutdown, Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppression, and Broadcast Packet Suppression Threshold according to the requirements. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  40. 40. Configurations of Ethernet Services  Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports  Setting the Parameters of IF_ETH Ports  Configuring the LAG  Configuring the QinQ Link  Configuring the E-Line Service  Configuring the ERPS  Configuring the E-LAN Service  Configuring the QoS  Verifying Ethernet Service ConfigurationsCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  41. 41. Setting the Setting general Setting the layer advanced attributes 2 attributes attributesSetting the Parameters of IF_ETH Ports① ⑤ Encapsulation Type  In the case of P2P E-Line services and IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN services, set Encapsulation Type to Null. ②  In the case of VLAN-based E-Line services and IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN services, set Encapsulation Type to 802.1q  In the case of QinQ-based E-Line services and IEEE 802.1ad bridge-based E-LAN services, if a UNI can access untagged frames, set Encapsulation Type to NULL. If a UNI can access tagged frames only, set Encapsulation Type to 802.1q. In the case of an NNI ③ ④ port, set Encapsulation Type to QinQCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  42. 42. Setting the Setting general Setting the layer advanced attributes 2 attributes attributesSetting the Parameters of IF_ETH Ports The Layer 2 attributes of the IF-ETH port specify the relevant information about the link layer, including thetag attribute and QinQ type domain. For P2P E-Line services and IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN services: You do not need to set thelayer 2 attributes. For VLAN-based E-Line services and IEEE 802.1 bridge-based E-LAN services: If all the accessedservices carry VLAN tags (tagged frames), set Tag to Tag Aware. If none of the accessed servicescarries VLAN tags (untagged frames), set Tag to Access. If the access services contain both taggedframes and untagged frames, set Tag to Hybrid. Set Default VLAN ID and VLAN Priority according tothe network planning information. For QinQ-based E-Line services and IEEE 802.1ad bridge-based E-LAN services: In the case of a UNIport, if Encapsulation Type is set to 802.1q, Tag must be set to Tag Aware (default value). In the caseof an NNI port that is connected to the external equipment, set QinQ Type Domain according to the T-PID of the SVLAN that is supported by the external equipment. In the case of an NNI port within thenetwork, set QinQ Type Domain to the default value. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  43. 43. Setting the Setting general Setting the layer advanced attributes 2 attributes attributes Setting the Parameters of IF_ETH Ports When the IF_ETH port transmits an Ethernet service that permits bit errors, such as a voice serviceor a video service, you can set Error Frame Discard to Disabled. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  44. 44. Configurations of Ethernet Services  Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports  Setting the Parameters of IF_ETH Ports  Configuring the LAG  Configuring the QinQ Link  Configuring the E-Line Service  Configuring the ERPS  Configuring the E-LAN Service  Configuring the QoS  Verifying Ethernet Service ConfigurationsCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  45. 45. Configuring the LAG  Link aggregation allows multiple links that are attached to the same equipment to be aggregated to form a link aggregation group (LAG) so that the bandwidths and availability of the links increase. The aggregated links can be considered as a single logical link. Required if the LAG is configured to protect the FE/GE ports or if the Hybrid radio uses the N+0/XPIC configuration mode.① ⑤ ② ③ ⑥ ④ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  46. 46. Configuring the LAG  Manually enter the number of the LAG. This parameter is valid only when Automatically Assign is not selected.  Set the name of the LAG. It is recommended that you set LAG Name in a form of LA _ N . G o  Set LAG Type to the same value as the opposite equipment. Generally, set LAG Type to Static for the equipment at both ends.  In the case of FE/GE ports, set Load Sharing to the same value as the opposite equipment. If the LAG is configured only to realize protection, it is commended that you set Load Sharing to Non- Sharing for the equipment at both ends. If the LAG is configured to increase the bandwidth, it is recommended that you set Load Sharing to Sharing for the equipment at both ends. When the Hybrid microwave uses the N+0/XPIC configuration mode, set Load Sharing to Sharing for the equipment at both ends.  Set Revertive Mode to the same value as the opposite equipment. Generally, set Revertive Mode to Revertive for the equipment at both ends. This parameter is valid to only LAGs whose  Set Load Sharing to Non-Sharing. Set System Priority to the default value. This parameter is valid to only static LAGs.  Set Main Board, Main Port, and Selected Slave Ports according to the planning information. It is recommended that you set this parameter to the same value for the main and slave ports of the LAGs at both ends. The Hybrid/AM attributes of the IF ports in the LAGs must be the same.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  47. 47. Configuring the LAG  Port Priority indicates the priorities of the ports in a LAG as defined in the LACP protocol. The smaller the value, the higher the priority. When ports are added into a LAG, the port of the highest priority is preferred for service transmission. Set System Load Sharing Hash Algorithm to the same value as that of the oppositeequipment. Unless otherwise specified, this parameter takes the default value. Thisparameter is valid to only LAGs whose “Load Sharing” is set to Sharing. The load sharingcomputation methods include:MAC address specific allocation (based on the source MACaddress, destination MAC address, and XOR between source MAC address and sourceMAC address), IP address specific allocation (based on the source IP address, destinationIP address, and XOR between source IP address and destination IP address). Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  48. 48. Configurations of Ethernet Services  Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports  Setting the Parameters of IF_ETH Ports  Configuring the LAG  Configuring the QinQ Link  Configuring the E-Line Service  Configuring the ERPS  Configuring the E-LAN Service  Configuring the QoS  Verifying Ethernet Service ConfigurationsCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  49. 49. Configuring the QinQ Link Configuring the QinQ link is prerequisite for configuring QinQ private line services and 802.1ad bridge services. ① ② ③ ⑤ ④ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  50. 50. Configuring the QinQ Link QinQ Link ID specifies the ID of a QinQ link. Value range: 1 to 4294967295. Board specifies the board that carries the QinQ link. The Encapsulation Typeof the port must be set to QinQ during the configuration of port parameters. Port specifies the port that carries the QinQ link. The Encapsulation Type ofthe port must be set to QinQ during the configuration of port parameters. S-Vlan ID specifies the VLAN ID (at the network operator side) for the QinQlink. This parameter is set according to the planning information. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  51. 51. Configurations of Ethernet Services  Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports  Setting the Parameters of IF_ETH Ports  Configuring the LAG  Configuring the QinQ Link  Configuring the E-Line Service  Configuring the ERPS  Configuring the E-LAN Service  Configuring the QoS  Verifying Ethernet Service ConfigurationsCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  52. 52. Configuring the E-Line Service① ⑤ ② ③ ④ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  53. 53. Configuring the P2P Transparently Transmitted E-Line Service (1) Set Service ID/ServiceName according to thedesign. Set Direction to UNI-UNI. Except for QinQ-based E-Line services,select UNI-UNI for all theother E-Line services.  The values of the Encapsulation Type parameter  Select a source port and of the ports must be the same. a sink port. Select a board from the Board drop-down list, and then select an available port. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  54. 54. Configuring the P2P TransparentlyTransmitted E-Line Service (2)Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  55. 55. Configuring the VLAN-Based E-Line Service (1) Set Service ID/ServiceName according to thedesign. Set Direction to UNI-UNI. Except for QinQ-based E-Line services,select UNI-UNI for all theother E-Line services. Select a source port anda sink port. Then,configure the source VLAN  The values of the  Select a source port andand the sink VLAN. Encapsulation Type parameter a sink port. Select a board of the ports must be the same. from the Board drop-down list, and then select an available port. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  56. 56. Configuring the VLAN-Based E-LineService (2) ①  After the corresponding VLAN forwarding table item ③ ④ is created, the VLAN IDs of the service packets can be switched at the source or sink end of the E-Line service. If the VLAN IDs at both the source end and the ② sink end are the same, you do not need to create the VLAN forwarding table item.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  57. 57. Configuring the QinQ-Based E-Line Service (1) Set Service ID/ServiceName according to the design. Set Direction to UNI-UNI orNNI-NNI. UNI-NNI indicatesthat services are accessedthrough ports to the QinQ link.Both source and sink of NNI-NNI are the QinQ Link. Select a source port and asink port. If Direction is set toUNI-UNI, the source is a portand the sink is the QinQ link. If  Click Sink. In the dialogDirection to NNI-NNI, both the box that is displayed,source and the sink are QinQ select the selected QinQlink. link and click OK.  If you forgot to create a QinQ link, create one by clicking Create QinQ Link. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  58. 58. Configuring the QinQ-Based E-LineServices (2)Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  59. 59. Configurations of Ethernet Services  Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports  Setting the Parameters of IF_ETH Ports  Configuring the LAG  Configuring the QinQ Link  Configuring the E-Line Service  Configuring the ERPS  Configuring the E-LAN Service  Configuring the QoS  Verifying Ethernet Service ConfigurationsCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  60. 60. Configuring the ERPS① ② ④ ③ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  61. 61. Configuring the ERPS  Set ERPS ID according to the design. The ERPS ID must be unique. The value of ERPS ID ranges from 1 to 8.  East/West port: specifies the east/west port of the ERPS instance.  RPLOwner Ring Node Flag: specifies whether a node on the ring is the ring protection link (RPL) owner. Only one node on the Ethernet ring can be set as the RPL owner.  RPL Port: specifies the RPL port.  Control VLAN: specifies the VLAN ID of Control VLAN. Each node on the Ethernet ring transmits the R-APS packets on the dedicated ring APS (R-APS) channel to ensure consistency between the nodes when the ERPS switching is performed. Control VLAN is used for isolating the dedicated R-APS channel. Therefore, the VLAN ID in Control VLAN cannot be duplicate with the VLAN IDs that are contained in the service packets or inband DCN packets.  Destination Node: displays the MAC address of the destination node. The default destination MAC address in the R-APS packets is always 01-19-A7-00- 00-01.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  62. 62. Configuring the ERPS Hold-Off Time: specifies the hold-off time of the ERPShold-off timer. If only the ERPS exists, set this parameterto 0. If the ERPS coexists with the LAG protection, setthis parameter to 500 ms.  WTR Time: specifies the WTR time of the WTR timer in the case of ERPS protection. It is Guard Time: specifies the guard time of the EPRS recommended that you use the default value 5.guard timer. It is recommended that you use the defaultvalue 500 ms.  Packet Transmit Interval: specifies the interval for transmitting the R-APS packets. It is Entity Level: specifies the level of the maintenance recommended that you use the default value 5.entity according to the design. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  63. 63. Configurations of Ethernet Services  Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports  Setting the Parameters of IF_ETH Ports  Configuring the LAG  Configuring the QinQ Link  Configuring the E-Line Service  Configuring the ERPS  Configuring the E-LAN Service  Configuring the QoS  Verifying Ethernet Service ConfigurationsCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  64. 64. Configuring the E-LAN Service① ⑤ ② ③ ④ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  65. 65. Configuring the 802.1d Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (1)  Set Service ID/Service Name according to the design.  Select Tag-Transparent from the Tag Type drop- down list.  Set whether to enable the MAC address self-learning function. If the MAC self- learning function of an Ethernet LAN is enabled, the Ethernet LAN learns an MAC address according to the original MAC address in the packet and automatically refreshes the MAC address forwarding table.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  66. 66. Configuring the 802.1d Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (2)  Select a board from the Board drop-down list.  Select a port of the board. Click the right arrow to add the selected port to the list of selected ports.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  67. 67. Configuring the 802.1d Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (3)  Configured ports  Click Next.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  68. 68. Configuring the 802.1d Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (4)  Create a split horizon group as required.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  69. 69. Configuring the 802.1d Bridge-Based E-LAN Service (5)  Select Split Horizon Group to create a split horizon group as required.  Split Horizon Group ID: The default value is 1. It cannot be set manually.  Split Horizon Group Member: The port members that are added to the same split horizon group cannot communicate with each other.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  70. 70. Configuring the 802.1q Bridge-Based E-LAN Service (1)  Set Service ID/Service Name according to the design.  Select C-Awared from the Tag Type drop-down list.  Set whether to enable the MAC address self-learning function. If the MAC self- learning function of an Ethernet LAN is enabled, the Ethernet LAN learns an MAC address according to the original MAC address in the packet and automatically refreshes the MAC address forwarding table.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  71. 71. Configuring the 802.1q Bridge-Based E-LAN Service (2)  Configure the UNI port. Select a board from the Board drop-down list, and then select a port.  Set VLAN of each port according to the design.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  72. 72. Configuring the 802.1q Bridge-Based E-LAN Service (3)Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  73. 73. Configuring the 802.1q Bridge-Based E-LAN Service (4)  Select Split Horizon Group to create a split horizon group as required.  The port members that are added to the same split horizon group cannot communicate with each other.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  74. 74. Configuring the 802.1ad Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (1)  Set Service ID/Service Name according to the design.  Select S-Awared from the Tag Type drop-down list.  Set whether to enable the MAC address self-learning function. If the MAC self- learning function of an Ethernet LAN is enabled, the Ethernet LAN learns an MAC address according to the original MAC address in the packet and automatically refreshes the MAC address forwarding table.  In the case of the 802.1ad bridge-based E-LAN services, configure the UNI port and the NNI port. Configure the UNI port first.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  75. 75. Configuring the 802.1ad Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (2)  Configure the UNI port. Select a board from the Board drop-down list, and then select a port.  Set S-VLAN of each port according to the design.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  76. 76. Configuring the 802.1ad Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (3)Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  77. 77. Configuring the 802.1ad Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (4)  Configure the UNI port. Select a board from the Board drop-down list, and then select a port.  Set S-VLAN of each port according to the design.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  78. 78. Configuring the 802.1ad Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (5)Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  79. 79. Configuring the 802.1ad Bridge-BasedE-LAN Service (6)  Select Split Horizon Group to create a split horizon group as required.  The port members that are added to the same split horizon group cannot communicate with each other.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  80. 80. Configurations of Ethernet Services  Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports  Setting the Parameters of IF_ETH Ports  Configuring the LAG  Configuring the QinQ Link  Configuring the E-Line Service  Configuring the ERPS  Configuring the E-LAN Service  Configuring the QoS  Verifying Ethernet Service ConfigurationsCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  81. 81. Creating a Changing the Creating a Creating Setting the port that Configuring DS domain ports that use port policy the traffic uses the port policy port shaping the DS domainConfiguring the QoS By creating a DiffServ (DS) domain, you can create the mapping relation of a new DS domain and configure the ports thatuse this mapping relation. P2P transparently transmitted services support mapping the PHB service classes based on the DSCP type only. Thedefault DS, however, maps the PHB service classes according to the CLAN priorities. Hence, you need to configure a newDS.①  The OptiX RTN 900 has a default DS domain, for which Mapping Relation ID is set to 1 and Mapping Relation Name is set to Default Map. Before another DS domain is created, all the ports belong to this default DS domain. The default DS domain cannot be modified or deleted. ④ ② ③ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  82. 82. Creating a Changing the Creating a Creating Setting the port that Configuring DS domain ports that use port policy the traffic uses the port policy port shaping the DS domainConfiguring the QoS  Mapping Relation ID: indicates the ID of the mapping relation between DS domains. The value ranges from 2 to 8.  Mapping Relation Name: indicates the name of the mapping relation between DS domains. Set this parameter according to the design.  Package Type: indicates the type of the packet. The packets trusted by the OptiX RTN 900 are the C_VLAN, S_VLAN, and IP DSCP packets that carry the C_VLAN priority, S_VLAN priority, or DSCP value. The untrusted packets are mapped to the BE service level by default and forwarded in best effort mode. The P2P transparently transmitted E-Line service supports only the mapping from DSCP packets to the PHB service class. Ingress Mapping Relation: indicates mapping relations between the priorities of ingress packets and PHB service levels. Egress Mapping Relation: indicates mapping relations between the priorities of egress packets and PHB service levels. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  83. 83. Creating a Changing the Creating a Creating Setting the port that Configuring DS domain ports that use port policy the traffic uses the port policy port shaping the DS domain Configuring the QoS By changing the ports that use the DS domain, you can add or delete a port that uses the DSdomain and set the packet type over the port. The default DS domain cannot be modified or deleted.① ④  Select a mapping relation to be changed. ⑤ ⑥ ② ③ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  84. 84. Creating a Changing the Creating a Creating Setting the port that Configuring DS domain ports that use port policy the traffic uses the port policy port shaping the DS domainConfiguring the QoS  Select a new packet type from the Package Type drop-down list. The values are CVLAN, SVLAN, and IP-DSCP.  You can add a port  You can remove a that uses the DS port that uses the DS domain by clicking domain by clicking the right arrow. the left arrow.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  85. 85. Creating a Changing the Creating a Creating Setting the port that Configuring DS domain ports that use port policy the traffic uses the port policy port shaping the DS domain Configuring the QoS A port policy is required when you need to apply for QoS policies other than DS and port shaping for aspecific port.① ② ③ ④ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  86. 86. Creating a Changing the Creating a Creating Setting the port that Configuring DS domain ports that use port policy the traffic uses the port policy port shaping the DS domain Configure the QoS  Set Policy ID and Policy Name parameters of the port policy. The maximum number of port policies supported by the OptiX RTN 900 is 36. Configure the queue scheduling, policy weight, and queue shaping of the port queue. Grooming Police After Reloading: Set the strict priority (SP) scheduling algorithmaccording to the planning information. Note that except for the default value, the value of theWRR scheduling algorithm and the value of the SP scheduling algorithm cannot be interleaved.That is, except for the default value, Grooming Police After Reloading can be changed fromSP to WRR according to the queue priorities in a descending order (CS7-BE). Policy Weight: specifies the weight of the policy in the WRR queue. The weight indicatesthe percentage of the bandwidth resources obtained by the WRR queue. Bandwidth Limit: indicates or specifies whether the traffic shaping function is enabled forthe PHB service class queues in the egress direction. CIR, PIR, CBS, PBS can be set onlywhen Bandwidth Limit is set to Enabled. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  87. 87. Creating a Changing the Creating a Creating Setting the port that Configuring DS domain ports that use port policy the traffic uses the port policy port shaping the DS domain Configuring the QoS  By creating the traffic, you can configure ACL and CAR for a specified traffic stream on a specified port.  This task is required when you need to perform the CAR or shaping operation for a specific flow over the port.① ④ ② ③ ⑤ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  88. 88. Changing theConfiguring Creating a DS domain ports that use Creating a port policy Creating the traffic Setting the port that uses the port policy Configuring port shaping the DS domainthe QoS Select a match type. The match  ID of the traffic classification.values of the match types are:  Set whether the ACL action DSCP Value: 0 to 63 is allowed or not. CVlan ID: 1 to 4094 CVlan priority: 0 to 7 SVlan ID: 1 to 4094 SVlan priority: 0 to 7  After you click Add or Delete, complex traffic CoS: specifies the PHB service class classification can be performed on the traffic that entersqueue mapped by the traffic the ingress port according to the preset matching rules.classification packets. If CoS is set toempty (-), the traffic classificationpackets map the PHB service queueaccording to the mapping relationspecified in the topic about DS domain  The OptiX RTN 950management. supports Color Bandwidth Limit: indicates or Blindness only.specifies whether the CAR operation isperformed for the flow in the ingressdirection. CIR, PIR, CBS, PBS can be set onlywhen Bandwidth Limit is set toEnabled. Bandwidth Limit: indicates orspecifies whether the shaping operationis performed for the flow in the egressdirection. CIR, PIR, CBS, PBS can beset only when Bandwidth Limit is set toEnabled Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  89. 89. Creating a Changing the Creating a Creating Setting the port that Configuring DS domain ports that use port policy the traffic uses the port policy port shaping the DS domainConfiguring the QoS  After creating a port policy, you need to set the port that uses the port policy. Through this task, you can configure ACL and CAR for a specific traffic stream on a specified port.① ④ ② ③ ⑤ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  90. 90. Creating a Changing the Creating a Creating Setting the port that Configuring DS domain ports that use port policy the traffic uses the port policy port shaping the DS domainConfiguring the QoS  Select a board from the Board ① drop-down list in the Applied Port pane. ② ③  Select a port to be used in Available Port. ④Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  91. 91. Creating a Changing the Creating a Creating Setting the port that Configuring DS domain ports that use port policy the traffic uses the port policy port shaping the DS domainConfigure the QoS  By configuring port shaping, you can configure traffic shaping for a port or an egress port queue. This task is required if you need to limit the egress port bandwidth that an Ethernet service occupies.① ② ③ ④ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  92. 92. Creating a Changing the Creating a Creating Setting the port that Configuring DS domain ports that use port policy the traffic uses the port policy port shaping the DS domainConfiguring the QoS  Set the slot ID.  Set the port.  Set CIR, CBS, PIR, and PBS according to the design.Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  93. 93. Configurations of Ethernet Services  Setting the Parameters of Ethernet Ports  Setting the Parameters of IF_ETH Ports  Configuring the LAG  Configuring the QinQ Link  Configuring the E-Line Service  Configuring the ERPS  Configuring the E-LAN Service  Configuring the QoS  Verifying Ethernet Service ConfigurationsCopyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  94. 94. Creating Testing Creating Creating Creating an Ethernet remote MEPs an MD an MA MEP point services in an MAVerifying Ethernet Service Configurations  A maintenance domain (MD) defines the range and level of the Ethernet OAM. MDs of different ranges and levels can provide users with differentiated OAM services. ① ⑤ ② ⑦ ③ ④ ⑥ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  95. 95. Creating Testing Creating Creating Creating an Ethernet remote MEPs an MD an MA MEP point services in an MAVerifying Ethernet Service Configurations  Set the name of a maintenance domain. The maintenance domain (MD) refers to the network for the Ethernet OAM.  Set the level of the MD. Values 0 to 2 indicate the carrier level, values 3 to 4 indicate the supplier level, and values 5 to 7 indicate the user level. When Maintenance Domain Level is set to 0, the MD is at the lowest level. Values 1 to 7 indicate that the level increases in ascending order.  This task is required in the case that the NEs where the two Ethernet interfaces involved in the service test are located. Set the main parameters as follows:  The MD names and levels of different NEs must be the same.  In the test of Ethernet services between two edge nodes on the transport network, it is recommended that you set Maintenance Domain Level to 4. In the test of Ethernet services between two NEs within the transport network, set Maintenance Domain Level to a value less than 4. In the test of Ethernet services between two Ethernet ports on the same NE, set Maintenance Domain Level to a value less than that set in the test of Ethernet services between two NEs within the transport network. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  96. 96. Creating Testing Creating Creating Creating an Ethernet remote MEPs an MD an MA MEP point services in an MAVerifying Ethernet Service Configurations An MD can be divided into several independent maintenance associations (MAs). By creating MAs, you can associate specific Ethernet services with MAs. This facilitates Ethernet OAM operations. ① ⑤ ② ⑦ ③ ④ ⑥ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  97. 97. Creating Testing Creating Creating Creating an Ethernet remote MEPs an MD an MA MEP point services in an MAVerifying Ethernet Service Configurations  Set Maintenance Association Name to the value of Maintenance Association Name that is set in the preceding step.  Maintenance Association Name: the values set on two NEs must be the same.  Set Relevant Service to the same service for the two NEs.  Set CC Test Transmit Period to 1s. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  98. 98. Creating Testing Creating Creating Creating an Ethernet remote MEPs an MD an MA MEP point services in an MAVerifying Ethernet Service Configurations  An MEP is the starting and end positions of all the OAM packets. By creating an MEP, you can check the Ethernet channel of the MEPs that belong to a same MA through the OAM operation. ① ⑤ ② ③ ⑦ ④ ⑥ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  99. 99. Creating Testing Creating Creating Creating an Ethernet remote MEPs an MD an MA MEP point services in an MAVerifying Ethernet Service Configurations  Set Maintenance Association Name to the value of Maintenance Association Name that is set in the preceding step.  Set Board and Port to the Ethernet ports involved in the service test.  Set MP ID to different values for MEPs in the same MD.  In this example, Ethernet services between two internal NEs on the transport network are tested. Hence, set Direction to Ingress for the MEPs.  The MP ID is used to identify the MEP during the LB test. Hence, set CC Status to Active. Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  100. 100. Creating Testing Creating Creating Creating an Ethernet remote MEPs an MD an MA MEP point services in an MAVerifying Ethernet Service Configurations  To ensure that an MEP can respond to the OAM operations initiated by the other MEPs in the same MA, you need to set the other MEPs to be the remote MEPs of this MEP. ① ⑤ ② ③ ⑦ ④ ⑥ Copyright © 2006 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.

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