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2.1 Configuring Point-to-Point EPL Services Station by Station ........................................................................2-3 2.1.1 Engineering Requirements...................................................................................................................2-3 2.1.2 Engineering Planning...........................................................................................................................2-3 2.1.3 Configuration Process ..........................................................................................................................2-7 2.1.4 Creating Boards ...................................................................................................................................2-8 2.1.5 Configuring Ethernet Interfaces...........................................................................................................2-9 2.1.6 Configuring the EPL .......................................................................................................................... 2-11 2.1.7 Configuring SDH Services.................................................................................................................2-13 2.2 Configuring Point-to-Point EPL Services by Trail......................................................................................2-16 2.2.1 Engineering Requirements.................................................................................................................2-16 2.2.2 Engineering Planning.........................................................................................................................2-16 2.2.3 Configuration Process ........................................................................................................................2-16 2.2.4 Creating Boards .................................................................................................................................2-16 2.2.5 Creating Ethernet Private Lines .........................................................................................................2-16 2.3 Configuring Port-Shared EPL Services Station by Station..........................................................................2-18 2.3.1 Engineering Requirements.................................................................................................................2-18 2.3.2 Engineering Planning.........................................................................................................................2-19 2.3.3 Configuration Process ........................................................................................................................2-22 2.3.4 Creating Boards .................................................................................................................................2-22 2.3.5 Configuring Ethernet Interfaces.........................................................................................................2-23 2.3.6 Configuring Ethernet Private Lines ...................................................................................................2-25 2.3.7 Configuring SDH Services.................................................................................................................2-26 2.4 Configuring Port-Shared EPL Services by Trail .........................................................................................2-27 2.4.1 Engineering Requirements.................................................................................................................2-27 2.4.2 Engineering Planning.........................................................................................................................2-27 2.4.3 Configuration Process ........................................................................................................................2-28 2.4.4 Creating Boards .................................................................................................................................2-28 2.4.5 Creating Trails at the Service Layer...................................................................................................2-28 2.4.6 Creating Trunk Links .........................................................................................................................2-28 2.4.7 Creating Ethernet Private Lines .........................................................................................................2-30 2.5 Configuring VCTRUNK-Shared EPL Services Station by Station .............................................................2-32

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OptiX OSN 9500 Configuration Guide 2.5.1 Engineering Requirements.................................................................................................................2-32 2.5.2 Engineering Planning.........................................................................................................................2-33 2.5.3 Configuration Process ........................................................................................................................2-35 2.5.4 Creating Boards .................................................................................................................................2-36 2.5.5 Configuring Ethernet Interfaces.........................................................................................................2-36 2.5.6 Configuring Ethernet Private Lines ...................................................................................................2-38 2.5.7 Configuring SDH Services.................................................................................................................2-40

2.6 Configuring VCTRUNK-Shared EPL Services by Trail .............................................................................2-41 2.6.1 Engineering Requirements.................................................................................................................2-41 2.6.2 Engineering Planning.........................................................................................................................2-42 2.6.3 Configuration Process ........................................................................................................................2-42 2.6.4 Creating Boards .................................................................................................................................2-42 2.6.5 Creating Trails at the Service Layer...................................................................................................2-42 2.6.6 Creating Trunk Links .........................................................................................................................2-42 2.6.7 Creating Ethernet Private Lines .........................................................................................................2-44 2.7 Configuring EPLAN Services Station by Station........................................................................................2-46 2.7.1 Basic Concepts...................................................................................................................................2-46 2.7.2 Engineering Requirements.................................................................................................................2-51 2.7.3 Engineering Planning.........................................................................................................................2-51 2.7.4 Configuration Process ........................................................................................................................2-54 2.7.5 Creating Boards .................................................................................................................................2-55 2.7.6 Configuring Ethernet Interfaces.........................................................................................................2-55 2.7.7 Configuring Ethernet LAN Services and VB Mount Ports ................................................................2-58 2.7.8 Configuring SDH Services.................................................................................................................2-60 2.8 Configuring EPLAN Services by Trail........................................................................................................2-62 2.8.1 Engineering Requirements.................................................................................................................2-62 2.8.2 Engineering Planning.........................................................................................................................2-62 2.8.3 Configuration Process ........................................................................................................................2-62 2.8.4 Creating Boards .................................................................................................................................2-63 2.8.5 Creating Trails at the Service Layer...................................................................................................2-63 2.8.6 Creating Trunk Links .........................................................................................................................2-63 2.8.7 Creating Ethernet Private Local Area Networks ................................................................................2-64 2.9 Configuring EVPLAN Services Station by Station.....................................................................................2-66 2.9.1 Engineering Requirements.................................................................................................................2-66 2.9.2 Engineering Planning.........................................................................................................................2-67 2.9.3 Configuration Process ........................................................................................................................2-70 2.9.4 Creating Boards .................................................................................................................................2-71 2.9.5 Configuring Ethernet Interfaces.........................................................................................................2-71 2.9.6 Configuring Ethernet LAN Services..................................................................................................2-73 2.9.7 Configuring SDH Services.................................................................................................................2-76

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Figure 2-1 Networking and port allocation for an Ethernet service ...................................................................2-4 Figure 2-2 Board information of NE1 ................................................................................................................2-4 Figure 2-3 Board information of NE3 ................................................................................................................2-5 Figure 2-4 Board information of NE4 ................................................................................................................2-5 Figure 2-5 Service configuration of NE1 ...........................................................................................................2-6 Figure 2-6 Service configuration of NE3 ...........................................................................................................2-6 Figure 2-7 Service configuration of NE4 ...........................................................................................................2-6 Figure 2-8 SDH timeslot allocation of the Ethernet service...............................................................................2-7 Figure 2-9 Default configuration of the EPL service for the EGT6 and GE06 boards..................................... 2-11 Figure 2-10 Creating Ethernet line service.......................................................................................................2-12 Figure 2-11 Networking and port allocation for Ethernet services...................................................................2-19 Figure 2-12 Board information of NE1 ............................................................................................................2-20 Figure 2-13 Board information of NE2 ............................................................................................................2-20 Figure 2-14 Service configuration....................................................................................................................2-21 Figure 2-15 SDH timeslot allocation diagram..................................................................................................2-22 Figure 2-16 Networking and port allocation for Ethernet services...................................................................2-33 Figure 2-17 Board information of NE 2 and NE3 ............................................................................................2-34 Figure 2-18 Service configuration....................................................................................................................2-34 Figure 2-19 SDH timeslot allocation for the new Ethernet service ..................................................................2-35 Figure 2-20 Relation among VB, LP, MAC port and VCTRUNK port............................................................2-49 Figure 2-21 Four types of operations supported by IEEE 802.1ad Provider Bridge on the T2000 ..................2-50 Figure 2-22 Networking and port allocation for Ethernet services...................................................................2-52 Figure 2-23 Board information of NE2, NE3 and NE4....................................................................................2-52 Figure 2-24 Service configuration....................................................................................................................2-53 Figure 2-25 SDH timeslot allocation for the added Ethernet service ...............................................................2-54 Figure 2-26 EVPLAN service networking example.........................................................................................2-67

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Figure 2-27 Board information of NE1 and NE2 .............................................................................................2-68 Figure 2-28 Service configuration....................................................................................................................2-68 Figure 2-29 SDH timeslot allocation diagram..................................................................................................2-70

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Table 2-1 Ethernet services supported by different Ethernet boards of the OptiX OSN 9500............................2-1 Table 2-2 Service requirements at each station...................................................................................................2-3 Table 2-3 Connection relation of the Ethernet service........................................................................................2-7 Table 2-4 Configuring the point-to-point EPL services station by station..........................................................2-8 Table 2-5 Configuring point-to-point EPL services by trail .............................................................................2-16 Table 2-6 Parameters for creating Ethernet private lines (trails) ......................................................................2-18 Table 2-7 Connection relation of the Ethernet services ....................................................................................2-21 Table 2-8 Configuring EPL services for shared ports station by station...........................................................2-22 Table 2-9 Configuring the port-shared EPL services by trail............................................................................2-28 Table 2-10 Connection relation of Ethernet services ........................................................................................2-34 Table 2-11 Configuring the VCTRUNK-shared EPL services station by station .............................................2-35 Table 2-12 Configuring a VCTRUNK-shared EPL service by trail..................................................................2-42 Table 2-13 Parameters for the bridge type supported by Ethernet data boards.................................................2-50 Table 2-14 Connection relation of the Ethernet service....................................................................................2-53 Table 2-15 VB mount port of each NE2, NE3 and NE4...................................................................................2-54 Table 2-16 Configuring the EPLAN services station by station .......................................................................2-55 Table 2-17 Configuring an EPLAN service by trail .........................................................................................2-63 Table 2-18 Connection relation of EVPAN services.........................................................................................2-69 Table 2-19 Forwarding filter table ....................................................................................................................2-70 Table 2-20 Configuring EVPLAN services ......................................................................................................2-70

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About This Chapter

Configuring Ethernet Services

This chapter describes how to configure Ethernet services for the OptiX OSN 9500 on the T2000. The related engineering requirements and engineering information are also included. By learning the example, you can lean how to configure an Ethernet service. You can also configure a similar service in practice. Table 2-1 lists the Ethernet services supported by different Ethernet boards of the OptiX OSN 9500. Table 2-1 Ethernet services supported by different Ethernet boards of the OptiX OSN 9500 Board Name Ethernet Service EPL EGT6 GE06 EGS8 EAS1 Supported Supported Supported Supported EVPL Not supported Not supported Supported Supported EPLAN Not supported Not supported Supported Supported EVPLAN Not supported Not supported Supported Supported

Section 2.1 Configuring Point-to-Point EPL Services Station by Station 2.2 Configuring Point-to-Point EPL Services by Trail 2.3 Configuring Port-Shared EPL Services Station by Station

Describes This section describes how to configure the point-to-point EPL services station by station on the T2000. This section describes how to configure the point-to-point EPL services by trail on the T2000. This section describes how to configure the EPL services for shared ports station by station on the T2000.

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Section 2.4 Configuring Port-Shared EPL Services by Trail 2.5 Configuring VCTRUNKShared EPL Services Station by Station 2.6 Configuring VCTRUNKShared EPL Services by Trail 2.7 Configuring EPLAN Services Station by Station 2.8 Configuring EPLAN Services by Trail 2.9 Configuring EVPLAN Services Station by Station

Describes This section describes how to configure the EPL services for shared ports by trail on the T2000. This section describes how to configure the VCTRUNKshared EPL services station by station on the T2000. This section describes how to configure the VCTRUNKshared EPL services by trail on the T2000. This section describes how to configure the EPLAN services station by station on the T2000. This section describes how to configure the EPLAN services by station on the T2000. This section describes how to configure the EVPLAN services station by station on the T2000.

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2.1 Configuring Point-to-Point EPL Services Station by Station


The EPL service provides a private line for the users. It is a point-to-point connection service that does not share the SDH bandwidth. You can configure the point-to-point EPL services station by station or by trail on the T2000.

2.1.1 Engineering Requirements


The EPL service is applicable to point-to-point transparent transmission of Ethernet services; each user occupies a VCTRUNK. Figure 2-1 shows the requirements for the Ethernet services. Companies A and B at NE1 intend to communicate with their respective branches at NE3 and NE4 through the multi-service transport platform (MSTP). The services of companies A and B are completely isolated from each other. Companies A and B can provide 1000 Mbit/s Ethernet electrical interfaces. Company A requires 100 Mbit/s bandwidth and company B requires 200 Mbit/s bandwidth. Their interconnection equipment does not support VLAN. Refer to Table 2-2. Table 2-2 Service requirements at each station User Classification Company A Company B Service Requirement Point-to-point Point-to-point Source Station NE 1 NE 1 Sink Station NE 3 NE4 Bandwidth 100 Mbit/s 200 Mbit/s

2.1.2 Engineering Planning


Based on the requirements described in 2.1.1 "Engineering Requirements", the engineering design department works out a plan for the project and outputs the following information:

Networking diagram Board information of each NE Service configuration diagram of each NE Timeslot allocation diagram

Networking Diagram
Figure 2-1 shows the networking and port allocation for an Ethernet service.

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Figure 2-1 Networking and port allocation for an Ethernet service


Company A Company B

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port1

port2

NE1 NE5 NE2 NE4 port1 NE3


Company B branch

Company A branch

port1

VC-Trunk

Board Information of Each NE


Ethernet boards need to be added to the NE based on the type and traffic of the new service. NE1, NE3 and NE4 are added with one GET6 board respectively and other NEs remain unchanged. Figure 2-2, Figure 2-3, and Figure 2-4 show the board information of NEs 1, 3, and 4 respectively. Figure 2-2 Board information of NE1

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Figure 2-3 Board information of NE3


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Procedure Diagram of Each NE


Figure 2-5, Figure 2-6, and Figure 2-7 show the service configuration of NEs 1, 3, and 4 respectively.

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For the GE06 board of the OptiX OSN 9500, the connection between PORT port and VCTRUNCK port does not need to be configured, because one PORT maps one VCTRUNCK port. For example, PORT1 maps VCTRUNCK1. Figure 2-5 Service configuration of NE1
PORT VCTRUNCK

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Table 2-3 lists the connection relation of the Ethernet service.

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Table 2-3 Connection relation of the Ethernet service Service Relation Source NE Source board-port Source Timeslot Source VCTRUNK Source port working mode Bound bandwidth Sink NE Sink board-port Sink Timeslot Sink VCTRUNK Sink port working mode Bound bandwidth Headquarters <-> Branch (Company A) NE1 2-EGT6-1 VC4-1 VCTRUNK1 1000M Full-duplex 2 x VC4 NE 3 2-EGT6-1 VC4-1 VCTRUNK1 1000M Full-duplex 2 x VC4 Headquarters <-> Branch (Company B) NE1 2-EGT6-2 VC4-2 VCTRUNK2 1000M Full-duplex 2 x VC4 NE4 3-EGT6-1 VC4-2 VCTRUNK1 1000M Full-duplex 2 x VC4

Timeslot Allocation Diagram


Figure 2-8 shows the SDH timeslot allocation of the Ethernet service. The t2:1 item indicates the first port of the EG16 board in the IU2 slot. Figure 2-8 SDH timeslot allocation of the Ethernet service
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2.1.3 Configuration Process


This section describes how to configure the point-to-point EPL services station by station. Refer to Table 2-4.

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Table 2-4 Configuring the point-to-point EPL services station by station Stage 1 2 3 4 Action Creating Boards Configuring Ethernet Interfaces Configuring the EPL Configuring SDH Services Remarks See section 2.1.4. See section 2.1.5. See section 2.1.6. See section 2.1.7.

The methods at Stages 1 and 4 are the same for configuring the EGT6, GE06, EGS8 and EAS1 boards. The EGT6 board is taken as an example to describe the method. At Stage 2, you need to set the TAG attribute for the EGS8 and EAS1 boards. You do not, however, need to set the TAG attribute for the GE06 and EGT6 boards. The method at Stage 3 is the same for configuring the GE06 and EGT6 boards. The EGT6 board is taken as an example to describe the method. The method of configuring the EGS8 board is the same as that of configuring the EAS1 board. The EGS8 board is taken as an example to describe the method.

2.1.4 Creating Boards


Ethernet boards need to be added to the NE based on the type and traffic of the new service. This section describes how to create a board.

Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPL function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The fiber and protection subnet must be created at the service layer.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required Step 1 Double-click the NE1 icon on the Main Topology to display the NE Panel view. Step 2 Right-click on slot 02 and choose Add EGT6. See Figure 2-2. Step 3 Confirm that the EGT6 board has been configured to slot 02. Click .

Step 4 Create Ethernet boards of NE3 and NE4 by following Steps 13. Figure 2-3 and Figure 2-4 shows the board information of NE3 and NE4. ----End

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2.1.5 Configuring Ethernet Interfaces


This section describes how to configure an Ethernet interface.

Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPL function. Moreover, they must be successfully created on the T2000.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

The working mode of the external port needs to be set as required. The encapsulation protocol of the internal port needs to be set as required.

Procedure
Step 1 Select NE1 from the Main Topology and choose Configuration > NE Explorer from the Main Menu. Then choose 2-EGT6 from the Object Tree in the left pane. Step 2 Choose Configuration > Ethernet Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree in the left pane. Step 3 Select Internal Port and click the Encapsulation/Mapping tab and set Mapping Protocol to GFP for VCTRUNK1 and VCTRUNK2. Select the default values for other parameters. Step 4 Click Apply. Step 5 Click the Bound Path tab, and then click Configuration to display the Bound Path Configuration dialog box. Step 6 Set the parameters as follows in the dialog box.

Configurable Ports: VCTRUNK1 Level: VC4-xv Direction: Bidirectional Available Resources: VC4-1 to VC4-2

Step 7 Click OK.

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Step 8 Repeat Steps 17 to configure the bound paths for VCTRUNCK2.


Configurable Ports: VCTRUNK2 Level: VC4-xv Direction: Bidirectional Available Resources: VC4-3 to VC4-4

Step 9 Click OK. Step 10 Select External Port, and then click the Basic Attributes tab to set the parameters as follows for PORT 1 and PORT2.

Enabled/Disabled: Enabled Working Mode: 1000M Full-Duplex Maximum Frame Length: 1522 Other parameters: the default values

Step 11 Click Apply. Step 12 Follow Steps 24 to set Mapping Protocol to GFP for NE3 and NE4. Select the default values for other parameters. Step 13 Follow Steps 57 to set the parameters for the bound paths of NE3 and NE4.

Configurable Ports: VCTRUNK1 Level: VC4-xv Direction: Bidirectional Available Resources: VC4-1 to VC4-2

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Step 14 Follow Steps 1011 to set the parameters for external ports on the EGT6 board of NE3 and NE4. ----End

2.1.6 Configuring the EPL


This section describes how to configure the EPL.

Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPL function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The operations described in section 2.1.4 "Creating Boards" and section 2.1.5 "Configuring Ethernet Interfaces" must be completed.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

Figure 2-9 shows the fixed settings of the point-to-point EPL service for the EGT6 and GE06 boards on the T2000. You do not need to configure the service in this section. The EGS8 and EAS1 boards are Layer 2 switching Ethernet boards. The relation between the source ports and the sink ports is not unique, and needs to be configured. Before configuration, you need to replace the previous EGT6 board with the EGS8 board at the NE. You also need to create the EGS8 board for the proper slot and configure the Ethernet interface on the T2000. Figure 2-9 Default configuration of the EPL service for the EGT6 and GE06 boards

The procedure for configuring the EGS8 board is the same as that for configuring the EAS1 board. This section takes the EGS8 board as an example to describe the procedure.

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In this example, NE1, NE3 and NE4 use the EGS8 board. Follow the steps to configure the EPL service. Step 1 Choose EGS8 from the Object Tree. Then choose Configuration > Ethernet Service > Ethernet Line Service from the Function Tree. Step 2 Click New. The Create Ethernet Line Service dialog box is displayed. Step 3 Set the parameters as follows in the dialog box to create the EPL service. See Figure 2-10.

Service Type: EPL Direction: Bidirectional Source Port: PORT1 Sink Port: VCTRUNK1

Step 4 Click Apply. Figure 2-10 Creating Ethernet line service

Step 5 Repeat Step 3 to configure the EPL service for PORT2 of NE1. Set the parameters as follows in the dialog box.

Service Type: EPL Direction: Bidirectional Source Port: PORT2 Sink Port: VCTRUNK2

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Step 6 Click OK Step 7 Repeat Step 3 to configure the EPL service of NE3. Set the parameters as follows in the dialog box.

Service Type: EPL Direction: Bidirectional Source Port: PORT1 Sink Port: VCTRUNK1

Step 8 Click OK Step 9 Repeat Step 3 to configure the EPL service of NE4. Set the parameters as follows in the dialog box.

Service Type: EPL Direction: Bidirectional Source Port: PORT1 Sink Port:VCTRUNK1

Step 10 Click OK ----End

2.1.7 Configuring SDH Services


This section describes how to configure an SDH service.

Prerequisites
The preceding operations must be completed.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

Procedure
Step 1 Select NE1 from the Main Topology and choose Configuration > NE Explorer from the Main Menu. Then choose NE1 from the Object Tree in the left pane. Step 2 Choose Configuration > SDH Procedure from the Function Tree in the left pane. Step 3 Click Create. The Create SDH Service dialog box is displayed.

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Step 4 Set the parameters as follows in the dialog box to create the cross-connections from the EGT6 board to the JL64 board, which are bound with the timeslot of VCTRUNK1.

Level: VC4 Direction: Bidirectional Source Slot; 2-EGT6-1(SDH-1) Source Timeslot Range: 1-2 Sink Slot: 8-JL64-1(SDH-1) Sink Slot Timeslot Range:1-2 Activate Immediately: Yes

Step 5 Click Apply. Step 6 Set the parameters as follows to create the cross-connections from the EGT6 board to the JL64 board, which are bound with the timeslot of VCTRUNK2.

Level: VC4 Direction: Bidirectional Source Slot: 2-EGT6-2(SDH-1) Source Timeslot Range: 3-4 Sink Slot: 7-JL64-1(SDH-1) Sink Slot Timeslot Range: 3-4 Activate Immediately: Yes

Step 7 Click Apply. ----End

Configuring SDH Pass-Through Services of NE2


Step 1 Select NE2 from the Main Topology and choose Configuration > NE Explorer from the Main Menu. Then choose NE2 from the Object Tree in the left pane. Step 2 Choose Configuration >SDH Procedure from the Function Tree. Step 3 Click Create. The Create SDH Service dialog box is displayed. Step 4 Set the parameters as follows in the dialog box.

Level: VC4 Direction: Bidirectional Source Slot: 7-JL64-1(SDH-1) Source Timeslot Range: 12 Sink Slot: 8-JL64-1(SDH-1) Sink Slot Timeslot Range: 12 Activate Immediately: Yes

Step 5 Click Apply. ----End

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Configuring SDH Cross-Connections of NE3


Step 1 Select NE3 from the Main Topology and choose Configuration > NE Explorer from the Main Menu. Then choose NE3 from the Object Tree in the left pane. Step 2 Choose Configuration >SDH Procedure from the Function Tree. Step 3 Click Create. The Create SDH Service dialog box is displayed. Step 4 Set the parameters as follows in the dialog box.

Level: VC4 Direction: Bidirectional Source Slot: 2-EGT6-1(SDH-1) Source Timeslot Range: 1-2 Sink Slot: 7-JL64-1(SDH-1) Sink Slot Timeslot Range: 1-2 Activate Immediately: Yes

Step 5 Click Apply. ----End

Configuring SDH Services of NE4


Step 1 Select NE4 from the Main Topology and choose Configuration > NE Explorer from the Main Menu. Choose NE4 from the Object Tree in the left pane. Step 2 Choose Configuration >SDH Procedure from the Function Tree. Step 3 Click Create. The Create SDH Service dialog box is displayed. Step 4 Set the parameters as follows in the dialog box.

Level: VC4 Direction: Bidirectional Source Slot: 3-EGT6-1(SDH-1) Source Timeslot Range: 1-2 Sink Slot: 8-JL64-1(SDH-1) Sink Slot Timeslot Range: 1-2 Activate Immediately: Yes

Step 5 Click Apply. ----End

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2.2 Configuring Point-to-Point EPL Services by Trail


This section describes how to configure an EPL service by using the trail management function on the T2000. The trail management function is used to configure an end-to-end service.

2.2.1 Engineering Requirements


The engineering requirements are the same as those for configuring point-to-point EPL services station by station. See section 2.1.1 "Engineering Requirements."

2.2.2 Engineering Planning


The engineering planning is the same as that for configuring point-to-point EPL services station by station. See section 2.1.2 "Engineering Planning."

2.2.3 Configuration Process


This section describes the brief process of configuring point-to-point EPL services station by station.
The trail management function or the single station function can be used to create an Ethernet service. The trail management function is available only when you purchase the license with this function. Otherwise, you have to configure the service station by station.

This section describes how to configure the point-to-point EPL services by trail on the T2000. Refer to Table 2-5. Table 2-5 Configuring point-to-point EPL services by trail Stage 1 2 Action Creating Boards Creating Ethernet Private Lines Remarks See section 2.2.4. See section 2.2.5.

2.2.4 Creating Boards


The method of creating a board is the same as that of configuring point-to-point EPL services (Station by Station). See section 2.1.4 "Creating Boards."

2.2.5 Creating Ethernet Private Lines


Right-click a service path in Path View, and then choose Query Related Path from the shortcut menu. You can find the actual route of the service in the displayed dialog box.

Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPL function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots.

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The License must support the trail management function. The fiber and protection subnet must be created at the service layer.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
As needed

Procedure
Step 1 Choose Trail > Ethernet Trail Creation > EPL Creation from the Main Menu. The Create EPL dialog box is displayed. Step 2 In the Create EPL dialog box, set Port Usage Strategy to Port for the source and sink. Step 3 In the topology at right, double-click NE1 as the source NE. Select the board and port in the displayed dialog box, and then click OK. Alternatively, click Browse, and select the board to indicate the selected source NE and to indicate the selected sink NE. and port. Use Step 4 In the topology at right, select NE3 as the sink NE. Select the board and port in the displayed dialog box, and then click OK. Alternatively, click Browse, and select the board and port. Use to indicate the selected source NE and to indicate the selected sink NE. Step 5 In the Trunk Link Route Strategy dialog box, select Create Trunk Link Automatically, and then set the service bandwidth. Click Next. Step 6 In the Port Attributes dialog box, set the mapping protocol of VCTRUNK. Select GFP. Step 7 Select Activate. Then click Finish. Step 8 Repeat Steps 17 to configure Ethernet services from NE1 to NE4. ----End

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Table 2-6 Parameters for creating Ethernet private lines (trails) Parameter Port Usage Strategy Value Range Port, Port+VLAN Default value Port Description Sets the usage strategy of the source or sink port. Port means that the source and sink ports are uniquely marked with the MAC port number for transparent transmission. Port+VLAN means that the source and sink ports are marked with the MAC port n umber and VLAN ID for convergence transmission. When creating Ethernet private lines, follow the process: Creating a trail at the service layer > Creating a trunk link > Creating an Ethernet trail. In this case, select Use Existing Trunk Link. You can also create a trunk link when creating an Ethernet trail. In this case, select Create Trunk Link Manually or Create Trunk Link Automatically.

Trunk Link Route Strategy

Use Existing Trunk Link, Create Trunk Link Manually, Create Trunk Link Automatically

Use Existing Trunk Link

2.3 Configuring Port-Shared EPL Services Station by Station


The EPL service provides a private line for the users. It is a point-to-point connection service that does not share the SDH bandwidth. You can configure the port-shared EPL services station by station or by trail on the T2000.

For the GE06 and EGT6 boards, the EPL services cannot be configured for the shared ports. For the EGS8 and EAS1 boards, the configuration methods are the same. The EGS8 board is taken as an example to describe how to configure the EPL services.

2.3.1 Engineering Requirements


The headquarters of Company A at NE1 transmits data services to the two branches (Branches 1 and 2) through the MSTP equipment. The services of the two branches are fully isolated.

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The services of Branch 1 occupy 100 Mbit/s bandwidth, and the services of Branch 2 occupy 120 Mbit/s bandwidth.

2.3.2 Engineering Planning


Based on the requirements described in section 2.3.1 "Engineering Requirements", the engineering design department works out a plan for the project and outputs the following information based on that described in chapter 1.

Networking diagram Board information of each NE Service configuration diagram of each NE Timeslot allocation diagram

Networking Diagram
Figure 2-11 shows the networking and port allocation for Ethernet services. Figure 2-11 Networking and port allocation for Ethernet services
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Ethernet boards should be added to the NE according to the type and traffic of the new service. NE1 and NE2 are added with one EGS8 board respectively, but other NEs remain unchanged. Figure 2-12 shows the board information of NE1. Figure 2-13 shows the board information of NE2.

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Figure 2-12 Board information of NE1

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Figure 2-14 shows the service configuration of NE1 and NE2.

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Table 2-7 shows the connection relation of the Ethernet services. Table 2-7 Connection relation of the Ethernet services Service Relation Source NE Source board-port Source timeslot Source VCTRUNK Source port working mode Source port TAG Source VLAN ID Source port type Bound bandwidth Sink NE Sink board port Sink Timeslot Sink VCTRUNK Sink VCTRUNK port type Sink port working mode Sink port TAG Sink VLAN ID Company A <-> Branch A1 NE 1 2-EGS8-3 VC4-3 VCTRUNK3 1000M Full-duplex Tag Aware 3 UNI 1 x VC4 NE2 3-EGS8-3 VC4-3 VCTRUNK3 UNI 1000M Full-duplex Tag Aware 3 VC4-4 VCTRUNK4 1000M Full-duplex Tag Aware 4 UNI 1 x VC4 NE2 3-EGS8-4 VC4-4 VCTRUNK4 UNI 1000M Full-duplex Tag Aware 4 Company A <-> Branch A2

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Timeslot Allocation Diagram


Figure 2-15 shows the SDH timeslot allocation of the new Ethernet service. Figure 2-15 SDH timeslot allocation diagram
NE Timeslot NE 1 7-JL64-1
VC4-3--VC4-4 2-EGS8-3 VC4-3--VC4-4 3-EGS8-3 3-EGS8-4

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2.3.3 Configuration Process


This section describes how to configure the EPL services for shared ports station by station. Refer to Table 2-8. Table 2-8 Configuring EPL services for shared ports station by station Stage 1 2 3 Action Creating Boards Configuring Ethernet Interfaces Configuring Ethernet Private Lines Remarks See section 2.3.4. See section 2.3.5. See section 2.3.6. For the GE06 and EGT6 boards, the EPL services are not supported. For the EGS8 and EAS1 boards, the configuration methods are the same. See section 2.3.7.

Configuring SDH Services

The EPL service configuration of the shared ports is basically the same as that of the point-to-point EPL services. The major differences are that the Ethernet service configuration of NE1 is different from that of NE2 and the interface attributes are different.

2.3.4 Creating Boards


Ethernet boards need to be added to the NE based on the type and traffic of the new service. This section describes how to create a board.

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Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPL function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The fiber and protection subnet must be created at the service layer.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

Procedure
Step 1 Double-click the NE1 icon on Main Topology to display the NE Panel view. Step 2 Right-click on slot 02 and choose Add EGS8. See Figure 2-12. Step 3 Confirm that the EGS8 board has been configured to slot 02. Click Step 4 Repeat Steps 13 to configure the EGS8 board for NE2. ----End .

2.3.5 Configuring Ethernet Interfaces


This section describes how to configure an Ethernet interface. You need to configure the Ethernet interfaces of NE1 and NE2 according to Table 2-7.

Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPL function. Moreover, they must be successfully created on the T2000.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

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Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the relevant NE icon on Main Topology, and then choose NE Explorer. Step 2 Choose the 2-EGS8 board of NE1 from the Object Tree. Step 3 Choose Configuration > Ethernet Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree in the left pane. Step 4 Select Internal Port, and click the TAG Attributes tab. Set TAG to Tag Aware for VCTRUNK3 and VCTRUNK4. Step 5 Click Apply Step 6 Click the Encapsulation/Mapping tab, and then configure Mapping Protocol of VCTRUNK3 and VCTRUNK4.

Mapping Protocol: GFP Other parameters: the default values

Step 7 Click Apply. Step 8 Choose Bound Path, and then lick Configuration. The Bound Path Configuration dialog box is displayed. Step 9 In the Bound Path Configuration dialog box, set the parameters as follows to configure the paths for Company A and Branch A1.

Configurable Ports: VCTRUNK3 Level: VC4-xv Direction: Bidirectional Available Resources: VC4-3 Available Timeslots: VC4-1. .

Step 10 Click

Step 11 Configure the paths for Company A and Branch A2.


Configurable Ports: VCTRUNK4 Level: VC4-xv Direction: Bidirectional Available Resources: VC4-4 Available Timeslots: VC4-1. .

Step 12

Click

Step 13 Click OK. Step 14 Select External Port. Click the Basic Attributes tab, and set the parameters as follows for PORT3.

Enabled/Disabled: Enabled Working Mode: 1000M Full-Duplex Maximum Frame Length: 1522 Other parameters: the default values

Step 15 Click Apply.

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Step 16 At the TAG Attributes tab, set TAG to Tag Aware for PORT3 and PORT4. Step 17 Click Apply. Step 18 Repeat Steps 116 to configure the Ethernet interfaces and bound paths for the EGS8 board of NE2. ----End

2.3.6 Configuring Ethernet Private Lines


This section describes how to configure an Ethernet private line.

Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPL function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The preceding operations must be completed.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE1 icon on the Main Topology, and then choose NE Explorer. Step 2 Choose the 2-EGS8 board of NE1 from the Object Tree. Step 3 Choose Configuration > Ethernet Service > Ethernet Line Service from the Function Tree. Step 4 Click New. Set the parameters as follows for Branch A1.

Board: NE1-2-EGS8 Service Type: EPL Direction: Bidirectional Source Port: PORT3 Source VLAN: 3 Sink Port: VCTRUNK3 Sink VLAN ID: 3

Step 5 Click Apply. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed, showing "Operation Succeeded." Then click Close. Step 6 Click New, and then set the parameters as follows for Company A to Branch A2.
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Board: NE1-2-EGS8 Service Type: EPL Direction: Bidirectional Source Port: PORT3 Source VLAN: 4 Sink Port: VCTRUNK4 Sink VLAN: 4

Step 7 Click OK. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed, showing "Operation Succeeded." Then click Close. Step 8 Repeat Steps 17 to configure the Ethernet EPL services for NE2. ----End

2.3.7 Configuring SDH Services


This section describes how to configure an SDH service.

Prerequisites
The preceding operations must be completed.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

Procedure
Step 1 Select NE1 from the Main Topology. Step 2 Choose Configuration > NE Explorer from the Main Menu. Step 3 Choose Configuration > SDH Procedure from the Function Tree in the left pane. The Configure Cross-Connection dialog box is displayed. Step 4 Click Create in the right pane. The Create SDH Service dialog box is displayed. Step 5 According to the timeslot relation shown in Figure 2-15, set the parameters as follows in the Create SDH Service dialog box.

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Source Slot: 2-EGS8-3(SDH-1) Source Timeslot Range: 3-4 Source Timeslot Range: 7-JL64-1(SDH-1) Sink Slot Timeslot Range: 3-4 Activate Immediately: Yes

Step 6 Click OK. Step 7 Repeat Steps 1-6 to configure SDH services of NE2.

----End

2.4 Configuring Port-Shared EPL Services by Trail


This section describes how to configure an EPL service for shared ports by trail on the T2000. The trail function is implemented to configure an end-to-end service.

2.4.1 Engineering Requirements


The engineering requirements are the same as those for configuring the port-shared EPL services station by station. See section 2.3.1 "Engineering Requirements."

2.4.2 Engineering Planning


The engineering planning is the same as that for configuring the port-shared EPL services station by station. See section 2.3.2 "Engineering Planning."

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2.4.3 Configuration Process


The trail management function and the station-by-station function can be used to create Ethernet services. You can implement the trail management function only after purchasing the License that can provide the trail management function. Otherwise, you have to configure the service station by station.

This section describes how to configure the port-shared EPL services by trail on the T2000. Refer to Table 2-9. Table 2-9 Configuring the port-shared EPL services by trail Stage 1 2 3 4 Action Creating Boards Creating Trails at the Service Layer Creating Trunk Links Creating Ethernet Private Lines Remarks See section 2.3.4. See section 2.4.5. See section 2.4.6. See section 2.4.7.

2.4.4 Creating Boards


You can create a board by using the same method as that of configuring point-to-point EPL services station by station. See section 2.3.4 "Creating Boards."

2.4.5 Creating Trails at the Service Layer


To create trails at the service layer, adopt the method described in section 1.4.11 of Chapter 1.

2.4.6 Creating Trunk Links


This section describes how to create a trunk link, including the procedure and parameter settings.

Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPL function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The License must support the trail management function. The fiber and protection subnet must be created at the service layer.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

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Required/As Needed
As needed

Procedure
Step 1 Choose Trail > Trunk Link Creation from on the Main Menu. Step 2 In the displayed dialog box, set Bandwidth to 1 x VC4. Step 3 Do not choose Auto Create Server Trail.
Because trails at the service layer have been created, you do not need to choose Auto Create Server Trail. The 2000 automatically uses the trails that have been created at the service layer.

Step 4 Click Browse. Select NE1 as the source NE. In the displayed dialog box, select EGS8. Select 3 from VCTRUNK Port. Select 3 from High Order. Then click OK. Step 5 Click Browse. Select NE2 as the sink NE. In the displayed dialog box, select EGS8. Select 3 from VCTRUNK Port. Select 3 from High Order. Then click OK. Step 6 Select the Activate the trail check box. Set other parameters to the default values. Step 7 Set Name to Trunk_Link-0001. Step 8 Click Apply.

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Step 9 Repeat Steps 18 to create the trunk link from user A at NE1 to user A2 at NE2. ----End

2.4.7 Creating Ethernet Private Lines


This section describes how to create an Ethernet private line (EPL), including the procedure and parameter settings.

Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPL function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The License must support the trail management function. The fiber and protection subnet must be created at the service layer.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
As needed

Procedure
Step 1 Choose Trail > Ethernet Trail Creation > EPL Creation from the Main Menu. Step 2 In the displayed Create EPL dialog box, set the parameters as follows for the source.

Port Usage Strategy: Port+VLAN Click Browse. Select NE1 from the NE list on the left side. Select PORT3 from the right pane for the port at the source end of the cable. Click OK. VLAN ID: 3

Step 3 Set the parameters for the sink.


Port usage Strategy: Port+VLAN Click Browse. Select NE2 from the NE list on the left side. Select PORT3 from the right pane for the port at the sink end of the cable. Click OK. VLAN ID: 3

Step 4 Select Use Existing Trunk Link under Trunk Link Route Strategy. Select Trunk_Link0001 created in section 2.4.4 "Creating Boards." Step 5 Click Next.
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Step 6 In the displayed dialog box, set the port attributes.


Attribute settings of PORT3 for NE1:


TAG: Tag Aware Enabled/Disabled: Enabled TAG: Tag Aware Enabled/Disabled: Enabled

Attribute settings of PORT3 for NE2:


Select the Activate check box.

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Step 8 Repeat Steps 17 to configure the EPL service from Company A at NE1 to Branch A2 at NE2. ----End

2.5 Configuring VCTRUNK-Shared EPL Services Station by Station


The EPL service provides a private line for the users. It is a point-to-point connection service that does not share the SDH bandwidth. On the T2000, you can configure multiple VLAN IDs station by station or by using the trail management function to achieve different EPL services of the VCTRUNKs shared by the users.

2.5.1 Engineering Requirements


Users D and D' are users in an integrated intelligent residential area. They reside at NE2 and NE3 respectively, but need to communicate with each other. Users E and E' are users in a large group company. They reside at NE2 and NE3 respectively, but need to communicate with each other. The services for the users in an integrated intelligent residential area are fully isolated from that for the users in a large group company. The services for an integrated intelligent residential area are almost centralized at night. The peak hours of the service traffic for a large group company are during the daytime. The two users share the 100 Mbit/s

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bandwidth. The Ethernet equipment of the users provides GE Ethernet optical interfaces but does not support the VLAN.

2.5.2 Engineering Planning


Based on the requirements described in section 2.5.1 "Engineering Requirements", the engineering design department works out a plan for the project and outputs the following information based on engineering information described in chapter 1.

Networking diagram Board information of each NE Service configuration diagram of each NE Timeslot allocation diagram

Networking Diagram
Figure 2-16 shows the networking and port allocation for Ethernet services. Figure 2-16 Networking and port allocation for Ethernet services
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Ethernet boards need to be added to the NE based on the type and traffic of the new service. NE2 and NE3 are added with one EGS8 board respectively, but other NEs remain unchanged. Figure 2-29 shows the board information of NE2 and NE3.

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Figure 2-17 Board information of NE 2 and NE3

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Figure 2-18 shows the service configuration diagram of NE2 and NE3. Figure 2-18 Service configuration
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Table 2-10 shows the connection relation of Ethernet services. Table 2-10 Connection relation of Ethernet services Item Source NE Source board-port Source timeslot Source VCTRUNK User D NE2 2-EGS8-1 VC4-1 VCTRUNK1 2-EGS8-2 VC4-2 User E

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Item Source port working mode Source port TAG Source port VLAN ID Bound bandwidth Sink NE Sink board-port Sink timeslot Sink VCTRUNK Sink port working mode Sink port TAG Sink port VLAN ID

User D 1000M Full-duplex Tag Aware 1 2 x VC-4 NE 3 2-EGS8-1 VC4-1 VCTRUNK1 1000M Full-duplex Tag Aware 1

User E 1000M Full-duplex Tag Aware 2

2-EGS8-2 VC4-2

1000M Full-duplex Tag Aware 2

Timeslot Allocation Diagram


Figure 2-19 shows the SDH timeslot allocation. Figure 2-19 SDH timeslot allocation for the new Ethernet service
Service on the ring

Timeslot
VC4-1 NE1 7-JL64-1

Inter-station service
NE2 8-JL64-1 7-JL64-1 NE3 8-JL64-1 7-JL64-1 NE4 8-JL64-1 7-JL64-1 NE1 8-JL64-1

VC4-1 2-EGS8-1 VC4-2 VC4-2 2-EGS8-2

Add or drop a service

2.5.3 Configuration Process


This section describes how to configure the VCTRUNK-shared EPL services station by station. Refer to Table 2-11. Table 2-11 Configuring the VCTRUNK-shared EPL services station by station Stage 1 2 Action Creating Boards Configuring Ethernet Interfaces Remarks See section 2.5.4. See section 2.5.5.

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Stage 3

Action Configuring Ethernet Private Lines

Remarks See section 2.5.6. For the GE06 and EGT6 boards, the EPL service is not supported. For the EGS8 and EAS1 boards, the EPL service needs to be configured.

Configuring SDH Services

See section 2.5.7.

2.5.4 Creating Boards


Ethernet boards need to be configured for the NE based on the type and traffic of the new service. This section describes how to create a board.

Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPL function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The fiber and protection subnet must be created at the service layer.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

Procedure
Step 1 Double-click the NE2 icon on the Main Topology to display the NE Panel view. Step 2 See Figure 2-17. Right-click on slot 02 and choose Add EGS8. Step 3 Confirm that the EGS8 board has been configured to slot 02. Click Step 4 Repeat Steps 13 to configure an EGS8 board for NE3. ----End .

2.5.5 Configuring Ethernet Interfaces


This section describes how to configure an Ethernet interface.

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Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPL function. Moreover, they must be successfully created on the T2000.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required Step 1 Right-click the NE2 icon on the Main Topology, and then choose NE Explorer. Step 2 Choose 2-EGS8 from NE Explorer. Choose Configuration > Ethernet Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree in the left pane. Step 3 Select Internal Port, and click the TAG Attributes tab. Set TAG to Tag Aware for VCTRUNK1. Step 4 Click Apply. Step 5 Click the Encapsulation/Mapping tab, and then configure mapping protocol of VCTRUNK1.

Mapping Protocol: GFP Other parameters: the default values

Step 6 Click Apply. Step 7 Select External Port, and then click the Basic Attributes tab to set the parameters as follows for PORT 1 and PORT2.

Enabled/Disabled: Enabled Working Mode: 1000M Full-Duplex Other parameters: the default values

Step 8 Click the TAG Attributes tab, and then set the parameters as follows:

TAG for PORT1 and PORT2: Tag Aware Other parameters: the default values

Step 9 Click Apply. Step 10 Configure the bound paths. 1. 2. 3. Select Internal Port, and then click the Bound Path tab. Click Configuration. The Bound Path Configuration dialog box is displayed. To configure the bound paths of VCTRUNK1, set the parameters as follows in the dialog box.

Configurable Ports: VCTRUNK1 Level: VC4-xv


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Direction: Bidirectional Available Resources: VC4-1,VC4-2

4.

Click OK.

Step 11 Repeat Steps 1-10 to configure the Ethernet and bound paths for the EGS8 board of NE3. ----End

2.5.6 Configuring Ethernet Private Lines


This section describes how to configure an Ethernet private line.

Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPL function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The preceding operations must be completed.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

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Required/As Needed
Required

Procedure
Step 1 Choose Configuration > Ethernet Service > Ethernet Line Service from the Function Tree. Step 2 Click New. The Create Ethernet Line Service dialog box is displayed. Step 3 See Figure 2-18. Set the parameters as follows in the dialog box to create the EPL service from user D to user D'.

Service Type: EPL Direction: Bidirectional Source Port: PORT1 Source VLAN: 1 Sink Port: VCTRUNK1 Sink VLAN: 1

Step 4 Click Apply.

Step 5 Repeat Step 2-4 to create the EPL service from user E to user E'. Set the parameters as follows in the dialog box.

Service Type: EPL Direction: Bidirectional Source Port: PORT2

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Source VLAN: 2 Sink Port: VCTRUNK1 Sink VLAN: 2 Click OK.

Step 6 Repeat Steps 15 to configure the EPL service for NE3. ----End

2.5.7 Configuring SDH Services


This section describes how to configure an SDH service.

Prerequisites
The preceding operations must be completed.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

Procedure
Step 1 Select NE1 from NE Explorer. Step 2 Choose Configuration > SDH Procedure from the Function Tree in the left pane. Step 3 Click Create. The Create SDH Service dialog box is displayed. Step 4 Set the parameters as follows in the dialog box.

Level: VC4 Direction: Bidirectional Source Slot: 2-EGS8-1 Source VC4: VC4-1 Source Time Slot Range: 1-2 Sink Slot: 7-JL64-1 Sink VC4: VC4-1 Sink Time Slot Range: 1-2 Activate Immediately: Yes

Step 5 Click OK.

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Step 6 Repeat Steps 15 to set the SDH parameters as follows for the SDH services of NE3.

Level: VC4 Direction: Bidirectional Source Slot: 2-EGS8-1 Source VC4: VC4-1 Source Time Slot Range: 1-2 Sink Slot: 8-JL64-1 Sink VC4: VC4-1 Sink Time Slot Range: 1-2 Activate Immediately: Yes

----End

2.6 Configuring VCTRUNK-Shared EPL Services by Trail


This section describes how to configure an EPL service through the trail management function on the T2000. The trail management function is used to configure an end-to-end EPL service.

2.6.1 Engineering Requirements


The engineering requirements are the same as those for configuring the EPL services for shared VCTRUNKs station by station. See section 2.5.1 "Engineering Requirements."

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2.6.2 Engineering Planning


The engineering planning is the same as that for configuring the VCTRUNK-shared EPL services station by station. See section 2.5.2 "Engineering Planning."

2.6.3 Configuration Process


You can create an Ethernet service through the trail management function or the station-by-station function. You can create an Ethernet service, however, through the rail management function only after purchasing the License that provides the trail management function. Otherwise, you have to configure the service station by station.

This section describes how to configure a VCTRUNK-shared EPL service by trail on the T2000. Refer to Table 2-12. Table 2-12 Configuring a VCTRUNK-shared EPL service by trail Stage 1 2 3 4 Action Creating Boards Creating Trails at the Service Layer Creating Trunk Links Creating Ethernet Private Lines Remarks See section 2.6.4. See section 2.6.5. See section 2.6.6. See section 2.6.7.

2.6.4 Creating Boards


You can create a board by using the same method as that of configuring point-to-point EPL services station by station. See section 2.5.4 "Creating Boards."

2.6.5 Creating Trails at the Service Layer


To create trails at the service layer, adopt the method described in section 1.4.11 of Chapter 1.

2.6.6 Creating Trunk Links


Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPL function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The License must support the trail management function. The fiber and protection subnet must be created at the service layer.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

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You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
As needed

Procedure
Step 1 Choose Trail > Trunk Link Creation from the Main Menu. Step 2 In the displayed dialog box, set Bandwidth to 1 x VC4. Step 3 Do not choose Auto Create Server Trail.
Because trails at the service layer have been created, you do not need to choose Auto Create Server Trail. The 2000 automatically uses the trails that have been created at the service layer.

Step 4 Click Browse, and then select NE2 as the source NE. In the displayed dialog box, select EGS8, and then select 1 from VCTRUNK Port. Select 1 from High Order. Then click OK. Step 5 Click Browse. Select NE3 as the sink NE. In the displayed dialog box, select EGS8. Select 1 from VCTRUNK Port. Select 1 from High Order. Then click OK. Step 6 Select the Activate the trail check box. Set other parameters to the default values. Step 7 Set Name to Trunk_Link-0001. Step 8 Click Apply.

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Step 9 Repeat Steps 18 to create the trunk link from user E at NE2 to user E' at NE3. ----End

2.6.7 Creating Ethernet Private Lines


Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPL function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The License must support the trail management function. The fiber and protection subnet must be created at the service layer.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

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Required/As Needed
As needed

Procedure
Step 1 Choose Trail > Ethernet Trail Creation > EPL Creation from the Main Menu. Step 2 In the Create EPL dialog box, set the parameters for the source.

Port Usage Stratege: Port+VLAN Click Browse, and then select PORT1 for the port of the source cable. VLAN ID: 1

Step 3 Set the parameters for the sink.


Port Usage Stratege: Port+VLAN Click Browse, and then select PORT1 for the port of the sink cable. VLAN ID: 1

Step 4 Select Use Existing Trunk Link for Trunk Link Route Strategy. Select Trunk_Link-0001 created in section 2.6.6 "Creating Trunk Links." Step 5 Click Next.

Step 6 In the displayed dialog box, set the port attributes.


Attribute settings of PORT1 for NE2

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TAG: Tag Aware Enabled/Disabled: Enabled Attribute settings of PORT1 for NE3 TAG: Tag Aware Enabled/Disabled: Enabled Select the Activate the trail check box.

Step 7 Click Finish.

Step 8 Repeat Steps 17 to configure Ethernet private lines from user E at NE2 to user E' at NE3. ----End

2.7 Configuring EPLAN Services Station by Station


The EPLAN service achieves dynamically sharing the bandwidth of Ethernet services among multiple points, thus meeting the dynamic feature of data services and saving bandwidth resources. You can configure the EPLAN services station by station or by trail on the T2000. This section takes an example to describe how to configure the EPLAN services station by station.

2.7.1 Basic Concepts


The following basic concepts help you understand the method of configuring the EPLAN service. They also help you understand the new IEEE 802.1ad Provider Bridge feature.

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MAC Port and VCTRUNK Port


A MAC port, namely, an external Ethernet MAC interface on the Ethernet data board, is also called a client-side interface or a user-side interface. A virtual container trunk (VCTRUNK) port, namely, an internal interface on the Ethernet data board, is also called a system-side interface or a backplane-side interface in some application scenarios. As a transmission path based on VC containers, VCTRUNK is achieved either by adjacent concatenation or by virtual concatenation. In the case of virtual concatenation, several virtually concatenated VCs are regarded as a transmission path. In the T2000 window, paths are bound to specify the bandwidth of different granularities for a VCTRUNK port.

Port Attribute
The equipment is classified into three types: CE, PE (U-PE & N-PE) and P, depending on the location and role of the equipment in the networking application. Client Edge (CE) indicates the equipment at the client-side. Provider Edge (PE) indicates the edge equipment at the network side. Provider (P) indicates the equipment on the intermediate node at the network side. The interfaces of the equipment are classified into two categories based on their MAC port attributes.

For the boards that support the MPLS function, the port type involves PE and P.

A PE port refers to the edge port of the service provider. The PE port transmits and receives the standard Ethernet frames. In this case, the default MPLS encapsulation type is invalid. A P port refers to the port in the core network of the service provider. The P port transmits and receives the data packets with the MPLS labels only. In this case, the default TAG attribute is invalid.

OptiX OSN 9500 not support the MPLS function, The EGS8 and EAS1 support the QinQ function.

For the boards that support the QinQ function, the port type involves UNI, C-Aware, and S-Aware.

A CE-PE interface is called a UNI interface. It processes the TAG attribute specified in IEEE 802.1Q. Moreover, it processes and identifies the VLAN information of the packets that are transmitted to the users according to the Tag Aware, Access or Hybrid label. The C-Aware (C-VLAN Aware) port in the network equals the UNI interface at the client access side.It can identify and process the VLAN information of the user. If the QinQ Type field is valid, this port treats the outmost label carried by the packets as CVLAN. The S-Aware (S-VLAN Aware) port in the network equals the NNI interface at the network side.It can identify and process the VLAN information of the provider. If the QinQ Type field is valid, this port treats the outmost label carried by the packets as SVLAN.

If a port is of the C-Aware or S-Aware attribute, the Tag attribute is invalid.

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TAG Identity
The TAG identity of the ports on the Ethernet data board involves Tag Aware, Access and Hybrid.

Tag Aware: The port of this attribute transmits and receives the packets that carry VLAN Tag. During the receiving process, the port discards the packets that do not carry VLAN Tag, but transmits the packets that carry VLAN Tag. The received and transmitted packets can belong to different VLANs. Access: The port of this attribute transmits and receives the packets that do not carry VLAN Tag.

It receives only the packets that do not carry VLAN Tag, and adds Port VLAN ID (PVID, which can be set) to these packets. At the egress port, the VLAN Tag is peeled off from the packets.

Hybrid: The port of this attribute transmits and receives the packets regardless of VLAN Tag.

It transparently transmits the packets with VLAN Tag. After receiving the packets that do not carry VLAN Tag, it adds Port VLAN ID (PVID, which can be set) to these packets. At the egress port, if the VLAN ID carried in the packets is the same as the PVID of the port, the VLAN Tag is peeled off. Otherwise, the packets are transmitted transparently.

The TAG identity is valid if the following two conditions are satisfied.

The port attribute is PE or UNI. The entry detection function is enabled.

Based on the features of Tag Aware, Access and Hybrid, you can decide the principle of setting the TAG of the port. If the data packets from the interconnected equipment must contain VLAN Tag, set these packets to the Tag Aware mode. If the data packets from the interconnected equipment do not contain VLAN Tag, set these packets to the Access mode. If you do not know whether the data packets from the interconnected equipment contain VLAN Tag, set these packets to the Hybrid mode.

VB and LP
Virtual bridge or various bridge (VB) is uniquely developed by Huawei. For the Ethernet data boards that have the Layer 2 switching capability, the switching domain can be divided into multiple separate sub-switching domains. As a result, if no services are interconnected, different VBs cannot access each other. Each VB is configured separately. Moreover, it uses a VLAN separately. Different VBs can use the same VLAN. A VB can contain a number of logic ports (LP). By configuring the mount relation, you can mount multiple MAC ports and VCTRUNK ports to the same VB. Figure 2-20 lists the relation between VB, LP, MAC port, and VCTRUNK port.

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Figure 2-20 Relation among VB, LP, MAC port and VCTRUNK port

VB1 PORT1 PORT2 LP1 LP2 LP4 LP5 LP6 VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK2

PORT3

LP3

VCTRUNK3

VB2 PORT4 PORT5 LP1 LP2 LP4 LP5 LP6 VCTRUNK4

VCTRUNK5

PORT6

LP3

VCTRUNK6

Ethernet data processing board

Bridge Type
Currently, the Ethernet data boards of the OptiX NG-SDH equipment support the following three types of bridge:

IEEE 802.1d MAC bridge: It supports only the Layer 2 switching that forwards data packets based on the MAC address. IEEE 802.1q Virtual Bridge: It supports the Layer 2 switching that forwards data packets based on VLAN and MAC address. IEEE 802.1ad Provider Bridge: It support the 2-layer VLAN labels. Moreover, it isolates VLANs by using the outer S-VLANs. It supports the mounted ports whose attribute is CAware or S-Aware only.

To forward a Layer-2 switching service, a bridge must learn the MAC address. A bridge learns the MAC address in one of the following two ways:

Shared vlan learning (SVL): Forwards the Layer-2 switching services according to the MAC address only. Independent vlan learning (IVL): Forwards and isolates the layer 2 switching services based on VLAN and MAC address.

For the data packets that access the bridge, you need to decide whether to check the validity of the VLAN ID based on the bridge.

Ingress filter disabled: The validity of the VLAN ID is not checked. That is, all the packets to enter the bridge are valid. Ingress filter enabled: The validity of the VLAN ID is checked. If a packet received at the port does not belong to the VLAN of the bridge port, the packet is discarded.

Table 2-13 lists the parameters for the bridge type supported by Ethernet data boards.

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Table 2-13 Parameters for the bridge type supported by Ethernet data boards Bridge Type 802.1d MAC bridge 802.1q Virtual Bridge 802.1ad Provider Bridge Bridge Switch Mode SVL/Ingress filter disabled SVL/Ingress filter enabled SVL/Ingress filter disabled SVL/Ingress filter enabled Bridge Learning Mode SVL IVL SVL IVL Ingress Filter Disabled Enabled Disabled Enabled

New Bridge Features


Currently, the new bridge (namely, IEEE 802.1ad Provider Bridge) is supported by the EGS8 and EAS1 boards. It supports the port whose Mount Port attribute is C-Aware or S-Aware only. The C-Aware port adds or removes the S-VLAN label, and the S-Aware port transparently transmits the S-VLAN label. As shown in Figure 2-21, IEEE 802.1ad Provider Bridge supports the following four types of operations. Figure 2-21 Four types of operations supported by IEEE 802.1ad Provider Bridge on the T2000

If the bridge switch mode is IVL/Ingress filter enabled for 802.1ad Provider Bridge, the four types of operations are described as follows:

Add S-VLAN base for Port: After being received from the C-Aware port, the packets are added with the specified S_VLAN labels regardless of the C_VLAN labels. Then the packets access the bridge. Finally the packets are searched and forwarded according to the S_VLAN filter list. When the packets go out from the C_Aware port, their S_VLAN labels are peeled off unconditionally. Add S-VLAN base for Port and C-VLAN: After being received from the C-Aware port, the packets are checked at the ingress according to the C_VLAN. Then the relevant S_VLAN labels are added to these packets based on the mapping relation between the C_VLAN labels carried in the packets and the S_VLAN. If the mapping relation does not exist, these packets are discarded. After being added with the S-VLAN labels, the

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packets enter the bridge. Then these packets are searched and forwarded according to the S_VLAN filter list. When the packets go out from the C_Aware port, their S_VLAN labels are peeled off unconditionally.
The same C_Aware port supports separately mapping different C_VLANs to different S_VLANs. It does not, however, support mapping the same C_Aware to multiple S_VLANs. Currently, only the same C_Aware port on the EAS1 board supports mapping different C_VLANs to the same S_VLAN.

Mount Port: The packets that enter from the S-Aware port are not filtered, and directly switched on the basis of S_VLAN. The packets must carry the S_VLAN labels. Otherwise, these packets are discarded. After going out from the S_Aware port, the packets are transparently transmitted. Mount Port and base for Port and S-VLAN: The packets are filtered at the ingress based on the specified S_VLAN. The packets that do not belong to the S_VLAN are discarded. Then they are filtered and forwarded according to the S_VLAN. After going out from the S_Aware port, the packets are transparently transmitted.

For the four types of operations, the packets must meet the S_VLAN filter conditions if they are transmitted out from a port.

The S_VLAN filter list contains this port. When this port is mounted, the S_VLAN filter list contains the relevant S_VLAN.

For the C_Aware port, the S_VLAN filter list contains the added S-VLAN when the packets enter the port. For the S-Aware port , set S-VLAN to the specified S_VLAN of the port where packets are received. If the S_Aware port is based on Mount Port, the S-VLAN value is empty,

2.7.2 Engineering Requirements


Company F has branches F1, F2 and F3, which are located at NE2, NE3, and NE4 respectively. These branches should be able to access each other. Moreover, these branches share a 100 Mbit/s bandwidth dynamically. In addition, all the Ethernet equipment of Company F can provide 1000 Mbit/s Ethernet interfaces.

2.7.3 Engineering Planning


Based on the requirements described in 2.1.1 "Engineering Requirements", the engineering design department works out a plan for the project and outputs the following information based on that described in chapter 1.

Networking diagram Board information of each NE Service configuration diagram of each NE Timeslot allocation diagram

Networking Diagram
Figure 2-22 shows the networking and port allocation for Ethernet services.

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Figure 2-22 Networking and port allocation for Ethernet services

NE1 T2000
VCTRUNK1

VB1
PORT1

VB1
PORT1

VCTRUNK1

NE2 NE4
PORT1 PORT1

NE3 F3

NE5

F1
PORT1

VC-Trunk
VCTRUNK1

VB1
PORT1

VCTRUNK2

F2

Board Information of Each NE


The Ethernet boards need to be added to the NE based on the type and traffic of the new service. NE2, NE3 and NE4 are added with one EGS8 board respectively, and other NEs remain unchanged. Figure 2-23 shows the board information of NE2, NE3 and NE4. Figure 2-23 Board information of NE2, NE3 and NE4

I U 0 1 J L H 1

I U 0 2 E G S 8

I U 0 3

I U 0 4

I U 0 5

I U 0 6

I U 0 7 J L 6 4

I U 0 8 J L 6 4

I U 0 9

I U 1 0

I U 1 1

I U 1 2

I U 1 3

I U 1 4

I U 1 5

I U 1 6

P E S S I I B O C C U U U W C C 3 3 3 4 J P B U J E O W E S C C E S C C

X C H E X C H
41

X C H E X C H
42

I U 3 5

I S E P U T P I 3 I U U 6 J S T I E J M P P I U U

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

55 51 47 48 33 34

35 36 58 52 56

I U 1 7

I U 1 8 J L H E

I U 1 9

I U 2 0

I U 2 1

I U 2 2

I U 2 3

I U 2 4

I U 2 5

I U 2 6

I U 2 7

I U 2 8

I U 2 9

I U 3 0

I U 3 1

I U 3 2

D S S C I I C I I O U U U G G M 3 3 7 8 J C O M
53 49 50 54 37 38

X C H E X C H
43

X C H E X C H
44

I U 3 9

I S S P U T T I 4 G G U 0 J S T G J J S P T I G U

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

39 40 45 46 57

Front view

Rear view

Procedure Diagram of Each NE


Figure 2-24 shows the service configuration diagram of NE2, NE3 and NE4.

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Figure 2-24 Service configuration


VCTRUNK
100M

PORT
LP1 PORT1 1000M

VC4-1
VCTRUNK1

LP2

PORT

VCTRUNK

F1

VB1
LP2

VC4-1 100M
VCTRUNK1

F2

PORT1 LP1 1000M LP3

NE2 VCTRUNK
100M

VC4-2
VCTRUNK2 100M

VB1 NE3

PORT
LP1 PORT1 1000M

VC4-1
VCTRUNK2

LP2

F3

SDH

VB1 NE4

Table 2-14 lists the connection relation of the Ethernet service. Table 2-14 Connection relation of the Ethernet service Item Source NE Source board-port Source timeslot Source VCTRUNK Source VCTRUNK port attribute Source port working mode Source port TAG VB Name Bridge type Bridge switch mode Mounted port Sink NE Sink board-port Sink Timeslot Sink VCTRUNK User F NE 3 2-EGS8-1 VC4-1 VCTRUNK1 UNI Auto-negotiation Tag Aware VB1 802.1d IVL/Ingress filter enabled PORT1, VCTRUNK1, VCTRUNK2 NE2 2-EGS8-1 VC4-1 VCTRUNK1 NE4 2-EGS8-1 VC4-1 VCTRUNK2 VC4-2 VCTRUNK2 UNI

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Item Sink VCTRUNK port attribute Port working mode Sink port TAG VB name Bridge type Bridge switch mode Mounted port

User F UNI Auto-negotiation Tag Aware VB1 802.1d IVL/Ingress filter enable PORT1, VCTRUNK1 PORT1, VCTRUNK1 UNI Auto-negotiation Tag Aware

Table 2-15 lists the VB mount port of NE2, NE3 and NE4. Table 2-15 VB mount port of each NE2, NE3 and NE4 NE Name NE2 NE3 NE4 VB Name VB1 VB1 VB1 Mount Port PORT1, VCTRUNK1 PORT1, VCTRUNK1, VCTRUNK2 PORT1, VCTRUNK2

Timeslot Allocation Diagram


Figure 2-25 shows the SDH timeslot allocation. Figure 2-25 SDH timeslot allocation for the added Ethernet service
Service on the ring

Timeslot
NE1 VC4-1~VC4-2 NE2

Inter-station service
NE3 NE4 NE1

8-JL64-1

7-JL64-1 8-JL64-1

7-JL64-1 8-JL64-1

7-JL64-18-JL64-1

7-JL64-1

2-EGS8: VC4-1

2-EGS8: VC4-2

Add or drop a service

2.7.4 Configuration Process


This section describes how to configure the EPLAN services station by station on the T2000. Refer to Table 2-16.

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Table 2-16 Configuring the EPLAN services station by station Stage 1 2 3 4 Action Creating Boards Configuring Ethernet Interfaces Configuring Ethernet LAN Services and VB Mount Ports Configuring SDH Services Remarks See section 2.7.5. See section 2.7.6. See section 2.7.7. See section 2.7.8.

2.7.5 Creating Boards


Ethernet boards need to be configured for the NE based on the type and traffic of the new service. This section describes how to create a board.

Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPLAN function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The fiber and protection subnet must be created at the service layer.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

Procedure
Step 1 Double-click the NE2 icon on the Main Topology to display the NE Panel view. Step 2 See Figure 2-23. Right-click on slot 02 and choose Add EGS8. Step 3 Confirm that the EGS8 board has been configured to slot 02. Click Step 4 Repeat Steps 13 to create Ethernet boards of NE3 and NE4. Figure 2-23 shows the board information of NE3 and NE4. ----End .

2.7.6 Configuring Ethernet Interfaces


This section describes how to configure an Ethernet interface.

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Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPLAN function. Moreover, they must be successfully created on the T2000.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE2 icon on the Main Topology, and then choose NE Explorer. Step 2 Choose 2-EGS8 from NE Explorer, and then choose Configuration > Ethernet Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree. Step 3 Select Internal Port, and click the TAG Attributes tab. Set the TAG attribute for 2-EGS8VCTRUNK1.

TAG: Tag Aware Entry Detection: Enabled

Step 4 Click Apply.

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Step 5 Select External Port, and then set the parameters as follows at the Basic Attributes tab.

Enabled/Disabled for PORT1: Enabled Working Mode: Auto-negotiation Other parameters: the default values

Step 6 Click Apply. Step 7 Configure the bound paths. 1. 2. 3. Select Internal Port, and then click the Bound Path tab. Click Configuration. The Bound Path Configuration dialog box is displayed. To configure the bound paths of VCTRUNK1, set the parameters as follows in the dialog box.

Configurable Ports: VCTRUNK1 Level: VC4-xv Direction: Bidirectional Available Resources: VC4-1 Available Timeslots: VC4-1. Click

4.

Click OK.

Step 8 Repeat Steps 17 to configure the Ethernet interface and bound paths for the EGS8 board of NE3 and NE4. Step 9 Set the parameters for the bound paths of NE3 as follows:

Configurable Ports: VCTRUNK1 Level: VC4-xv Direction: Bidirectional Available Resources: VC4-1 Available Timeslots: VC4-1

Step 10 Click Apply, and then set the parameters as follows:


Configurable Ports: VCTRUNK2 Level: VC4-xv Direction: Bidirectional Available Resources: VC4-2 Available Timeslots: VC4-1

Step 11 Set the parameters for the bound paths of NE4 as follows:

Configurable Ports: VCTRUNK2 Level: VC4-xv Direction: Bidirectional Available Resources: VC4-1 Available Timeslots: VC4-1

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2.7.7 Configuring Ethernet LAN Services and VB Mount Ports


This section describes how to configure an Ethernet LAN service and a VB mount port.

Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPLAN function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The preceding operations must be completed.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE2 icon on the Main Topology, and then choose NE Explorer. Step 2 Choose the 2-EGS8 board of NE2 from NE Explorer. Step 3 Choose Configuration > Ethernet Service > Ethernet LAN Service from the Function Tree. Step 4 At the VB Mount Port tab, click New. The Create Ethernet LAN Service dialog box is displayed. Set the parameters as follows in the dialog box.

Board: NE2-2-EGS8 VB Name: VB1 Bridge Type: 802.1d Bridge Switch Mode: IVL/Ingress Filter Enable Bridge Learning Mode: IVL Other parameters: the default values

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Step 5 Click Configure Mounted Port. The VB Mount Port Configuration dialog box is displayed. Step 6 In the VB Mount Port Configuration dialog box, select PORT1, VCTRUNK1 and VCTRUNK2 from Available Mount Ports, click , and then click OK.

Step 7 In the Create Ethernet LAN Service dialog box, click OK. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed, showing "Operation Succeeded." Step 8 Click Close.

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Step 9 Repeat Steps 18 to configure the Ethernet LAN services and VB mount ports for NE3 and NE4. Step 10 Set the parameters as follows for NE3.

Board: NE2-2-EGS8 VB Name: VB1 Bridge Type: 802.1d Bridge Switch Mode: IVL/Ingress Filter Enable Bridge Learning Mode: IVL Other parameters: the default values VB Mount Port: PORT1, VCTRUNK1, VCTRUNK2

Step 11 Set the parameters as follows for NE4.


Board: NE2-2-EGS8 VB Name: VB1 Bridge Type: 802.1d Bridge Switch Mode: IVL/Ingress Filter Enable Bridge Learning Mode: IVL Other parameters: the default values VB Mount Port: PORT1, VCTRUNK2

----End

2.7.8 Configuring SDH Services


This section describes how to configure an SDH service.

Prerequisites
The preceding operations must be completed.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

Procedure
Step 1 Select NE2 from NE Explorer. Step 2 Choose Configuration >SDH Procedure from the Function Tree.

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Step 3 Click Create. The Create SDH Service dialog box is displayed. Step 4 Set the parameters as follows in the dialog box.

Level: VC4 Direction: Bidirectional Source Slot: 2-EGS8-1(SDH-1) Source Timeslot Range: 1 Sink Slot: 8-JL64-1(SDH-1) Sink Timeslot Range: 1 Activate Immediately: Yes

Step 5 Click OK.

Step 6 Repeat Steps 15 to configure the SDH services for NE3 and NE4. Step 7 Set the parameters as follows for NE3.

Level: VC4 Direction: Bidirectional Source Slot: 2-EGS8-1(SDH-1) Source Timeslot Range: 1 Sink Slot: 7-JL64-1(SDH-1) Sink Timeslot Range: 1 Activate Immediately: Yes

Step 8 Click Apply, and then set the parameters as follows:


Level: VC4 Direction: Bidirectional

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Source Slot: 2-EGS8-1(SDH-1) Source Timeslot Range: 2 Sink Slot: 8-JL64-1(SDH-1) Sink Timeslot Range: 1 Activate Immediately: Yes

Step 9 Clock OK. Step 10 Set the parameters as follows for NE4.

Level: VC4 Direction: Bidirectional Source Slot: 2-EGS8-1(SDH-1) Source Timeslot Range: 1 Sink Slot: 7-JL64-1(SDH-1) Sink Timeslot Range: 1 Activate Immediately: Yes

----End

2.8 Configuring EPLAN Services by Trail


This section describes how to configure an EPLAN service through the trail management function on the T2000. The trail management function is used to configure an end-to-end service.

2.8.1 Engineering Requirements


The engineering requirements are the same as those for configuring the EPLAN services station by station. See section 2.7.2 "Engineering Requirements."

2.8.2 Engineering Planning


The engineering planning is the same as that for configuring the EPLAN services station by station. See section 2.7.3 "Engineering Planning."

2.8.3 Configuration Process


You can create an Ethernet service through the trail management function or the station-by-station function. You can create an Ethernet service, however, through the trail management function only after purchasing the License that provides the trail management function. Otherwise, you have to configure the service station by station.

This section describes how to configure an EPLAN service by trail on the T2000. Refer to Table 2-17.

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Table 2-17 Configuring an EPLAN service by trail Stage 1 2 3 4 Action Creating Boards Creating Trails at the Service Layer Creating Trunk Links Creating Ethernet Private Local Area Networks Remarks See section 2.8.4. See section 2.8.5. See section 2.8.6. See section 2.8.7.

2.8.4 Creating Boards


You can create a board by using the same method as that of configuring EPLAN services station by station. See section 2.7.5 "Creating Boards."

2.8.5 Creating Trails at the Service Layer


To create trails at the service layer, adopt the method described in section 1.4.11 of Chapter 1.

2.8.6 Creating Trunk Links


Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPLAN function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The License must support the trail management function. The fiber and protection subnet must be created at the service layer.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
As needed

Procedure
Step 1 Choose Trail > Trunk Link Creation from the Main Menu. Step 2 In the displayed Trunk Link Creation dialog box, set Bandwidth to 1 x VC4. Step 3 Do not choose Auto Create Server Trail.

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Because trails at the service layer have been created, you do not need to choose Auto Create Server Trail. The 2000 automatically uses the trails that have been created at the service layer.

Step 4 Click Browse, and then select NE3 as the source NE. In the displayed dialog box, select EGS8, and then select 1 from VCTRUNK Port. Select 1 from High Order. Then click OK. Step 5 Click Browse, and then select NE2 as the sink NE. In the displayed dialog box, select EGS8, and then select 1 from VCTRUNK Port. Select 1 from High Order. Then click OK.

Step 6 Select the Activate the trail check box. Set other parameters to the default values. Step 7 Set Name to Trunk_Link-0001. Step 8 Click Apply. Step 9 Repeat Steps 17 to create the trunk links from NE3 to NE4. ----End

2.8.7 Creating Ethernet Private Local Area Networks


Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EPLAN function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The License must support the trail management function.

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The fiber and protection subnet must be created at the service layer.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
As needed

Procedure
Step 1 Choose Trail > Ethernet Trail Creation > EPLAN Creation from the Main Menu. Step 2 In the EPLAN Creation dialog box, double-click NE3 in the right topology, and then select the port to be added from Available Timeslot Port. Then click OK.

Step 3 Set the parameters as follows for the relevant nodes in the Selected Node pane.

VB Name: VB-1 Bridge Switch Mode: SVL/Ingress Filter Disable Bridge Learning Mode: SVL Other parameters: the default values

Step 4 In Trunk Link Route Strategy, choose Use Existing Trunk Link, and then select the created trunk link. Step 5 Click Next.

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Step 6 In the Set Port Attribute dialog box, set the parameters as follows for the port of the NE.

TAG: Tag Aware Mapping Protocol: GFP Port Enable/Disable: Enable Ingress Detection: Enable

Step 7 Click Next. Step 8 Set the EPLAN name, and then select Activate. Step 9 Click Finish. Step 10 Repeat Steps 18 to configure the EPLAN service for NE2 and NE4. ----End

2.9 Configuring EVPLAN Services Station by Station


The EVPLAN service achieves the PMP connections of the user sites. In the view of users, an EVPLAN is regarded as a large virtual LAN, and user services can be converged.

2.9.1 Engineering Requirements


The four branches of Company A have the same VLAN ID. For example, the VLAN ID is 11. The four branches of Company B also have the same VLAN ID. For example, the VLAN ID is 22. The bandwidth of any two branches must be 100 Mbit/s, and one VCTRUNK is configured between NE1 and NE2. The members of the same company can directly access

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each other, and the information of other companies needs to be isolated. In this case, you must configure the EVPLAN service to isolate the services between Companies A and B.

2.9.2 Engineering Planning


Based on the requirements described in section 2.9.1 "Engineering Requirements", the engineering design department works out a plan for the project and outputs the following information based on that described in chapter 1.

Networking diagram Board information of each NE Service configuration diagram of each NE SDH timeslot allocation diagram

Networking Diagram
Figure 2-26 shows the networking and port allocation for EVPLAN services. Figure 2-26 EVPLAN service networking example

A1

A 3 A4

A2

VCTRUNK1
B1 NE1

Transport network

B3 NE2 B4

B2

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Board Information of Each NE


The Ethernet boards need to be added to the NE based on the type and traffic of the new service. NE1 and NE2 are added with one EGS8 board respectively. Figure 2-27 shows the board information of NE1 and NE2.

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Figure 2-27 Board information of NE1 and NE2

I U 0 1 J L H 1

I U 0 2 E G S 8

I U 0 3

I U 0 4

I U 0 5

I U 0 6

I U 0 7 J L 6 4

I U 0 8 J L 6 4

I U 0 9

I U 1 0

I U 1 1

I U 1 2

I U 1 3

I U 1 4

I U 1 5

I U 1 6

P E S S I I B O C C U U U W C C 3 3 3 4 J P B U J E O W E S C C E S C C

X C H E X C H
41

X C H E X C H
42

I U 3 5

I S E P U T P I 3 I U U 6 J S T I E J M P P I U U

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

55 51 47 48 33 34

35 36 58 52 56

I U 1 7

I U 1 8 J L H E

I U 1 9

I U 2 0

I U 2 1

I U 2 2

I U 2 3

I U 2 4

I U 2 5

I U 2 6

I U 2 7

I U 2 8

I U 2 9

I U 3 0

I U 3 1

I U 3 2

D S S C I I C I I O U U U G G M 3 3 7 8 J C O M
53 49 50 54 37 38

X C H E X C H
43

X C H E X C H
44

I U 3 9

I S S P U T T I 4 G G U 0 J S T G J J S P T I G U
46 57

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

39 40 45

Front view

Rear view

Procedure Diagram of Each NE


Figure 2-28 shows the service configuration of NE1 and NE2. Figure 2-28 Service configuration

VB1

VB2

MAC1 LP1 VLANID=2 LP2 MAC2 VCTRUNK1 MAC3 LP3 VLANID=4 LP4 MAC4 LP5 LP5 VLANID=4 LP5 LP5 VLANID=2

MAC1 LP1

LP2

MAC2

MAC3 LP3

LP4

MAC4

NE1

NE2

Table 2-18 shows the connection relation of EVPLAN services.

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Table 2-18 Connection relation of EVPAN services Service Relation Source NE Source board-port Source timeslot Source VCTRUNK VB Bridge type Bridge switch mode Mount port Port attribute Company A NE 1 2-EGS8-1, 2-EGS8-2 VC4-1 VCTRUNK1 VB1 802.1ad IVL/Ingress Filter Enable PORT1, PORT 2, PORT 3, PORT 4, VCTRUNK1 C-Aware: PORT1PORT4 S-Aware: VCTRUNK1 Source port working mode CVLAN SVLAN Sink NE Sink board port Sink timeslot Sink VCTRUNK VB Bridge type Bridge switch mode Mount port Port attribute Auto-negotiation 1 2 NE2 2-EGS8-1, 2-EGS8-2 VC4-1 VCTRUNK1 VB2 802.1ad IVL/Ingress Filter Enable PORT1, PORT 2, PORT 3, PORT 4, VCTRUNK1 C-Aware: PORT1PORT4 S-Aware: VCTRUNK1 Sink port working mode CVLAN ID SVLAN ID Auto-negotiation 1 2 Auto-negotiation 3 4 Auto-negotiation 3 4 NE2 2-EGS8-3, 2-EGS8-4 Company B NE 1 2-EGS8-3, 2-EGS8-4

Table 2-19 lists the forwarding filter table of NE1 and NE2.

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Table 2-19 Forwarding filter table NE Name NE 1 VB VB1 CVLAN ID 1 3 NE2 VB2 1 3 SVLAN ID 2 4 2 4 Forwarding port PORT1, PORT2, VCTRUNK1 PORT3, PORT4, VCTRUNK1 PORT1, PORT2, VCTRUNK1 PORT3, PORT4, VCTRUNK1

Timeslot Allocation Diagram


Figure 2-29 shows the timeslot allocation of the Ethernet services in the SDH network. Nonprotection links are configured between NE1 and NE2.To protect the Ethernet services at the SDH layer, see chapter 1 "Configuring SDH Services." Figure 2-29 SDH timeslot allocation diagram
NE Timeslot NE 1 7-JL64-1
2-EGS8

NE 2 7-JL64-1
2-EGS8

VC4-1VC4-4

2.9.3 Configuration Process


This section describes how to configure the EVPLAN services on the T2000. Refer to Table 2-20. Table 2-20 Configuring EVPLAN services Stage 1 2 3 4 Action Creating Boards Configuring Ethernet Interfaces Configuring Ethernet LAN Services Configuring SDH Services Remarks See section 2.9.4. See section 2.9.5. See section 2.9.6. See section 2.9.7.

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2.9.4 Creating Boards


Ethernet boards need to be configured for the NE based on the type and traffic of the new service. This section describes how to create a board.

Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EVPLAN function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The fiber and protection subnet must be created at the service layer.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

Procedure
Step 1 Double-click the NE1 icon on the Main Topology to display the NE Panel view. Step 2 Right-click on slot 02 and choose Add EGS8. See Figure 2-27. Step 3 Confirm that the EGS8 board has been configured to slot 02. Click Step 4 Repeat Steps 13 to create the Ethernet board of NE2. ----End .

2.9.5 Configuring Ethernet Interfaces


This section describes how to configure an Ethernet interface.

Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EVPLAN function. Moreover, they must be successfully created on the T2000.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

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Required/As Needed
Required

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the relevant NE icon on Main Topology, and then choose NE Explorer. Step 2 Choose the 2-EGS8 board of NE1 from NE Explorer. Step 3 Choose Configuration > Ethernet Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the Function Tree. Step 4 Select Internal Port, click the Network Attribute tab, and then set the port attribute to SAware for VCTRUNK1. Step 5 Click Apply. Step 6 Click the Bound Path tab, and then click Configuration. The Bound Path Configuration dialog box is displayed. Step 7 In the Bound Path Configuration dialog box, set the bound paths of VCTRUNK1 as follows:

Configurable Ports: VCTRUNK1 Level: VC4-xv Direction: Bidirectional Available Resources: VC4-1-VC4-4 Available Timeslots: VC4-1

Step 8 Click OK.

Step 9 Select External Port. Click the Basic Attributes tab, and then set the parameters as follows for PORT1PORT4.

Enabled/Disabled: Enabled Working Mode: Auto-negotiation

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Other parameters: the default values

Step 10 Click Apply. Step 11 Click the Flow Control tab, and then set Port Attribute to C-Aware for PORT1PORT4. Step 12 Click Apply. Step 13 Click the Advanced Attributes tab, and set Broadcast packet suppression to Enabled for PORT1PORT4. Step 14 Click Apply. Step 15 Repeat Step 114 to configure the internal and external ports for the EGS8 board of NE2. ----End

2.9.6 Configuring Ethernet LAN Services


This section describes how to configure a VB and the forwarding filer table.

Prerequisites
The Ethernet boards must support the EVPLAN function. Moreover, they must be inserted in the correct slots. The preceding operations must be completed.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the relevant NE icon on Main Topology, and then choose NE Explorer. Step 2 Choose the 2-EGS8 board of NE1 from NE Explorer. Step 3 Choose Configuration > Ethernet Service > Ethernet LAN Service from the Function Tree. Step 4 .Click VB Mount Port tab. In the displayed Create Ethernet LAN Service dialog box, set the parameters as follows:

VB Name: VB1 Bridge Type: 802.1ad Bridge Switch Mode: IVL/Ingress Filter Enable Bridge Learning Mode: IVL Other parameters: the default values

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Step 5 Click Configure Mount Port. Step 6 In the displayed Configure VB Mount Port dialog box, set the parameters as follows:

Operation Type: Add S-VLAN base for Port and C-VLAN VB Port: 1 Mount Port: PORT1 Port Type: C-Aware C-VLAN: 1 S-VLAN: 2 Other parameters: the default values

Step 7 Click OK.

Step 8 Repeat Steps 57 to configure the VB mount port for PORT2PORT4 and VCTRUNK1. For VCTRUNK1, set the parameters as follows:

Operation Type: Mount Port VB Port: 5 Mount Port: VCTRUNK1 Port Type: S-Aware Other parameters: the default values

Step 9 Click OK.

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Step 10 Repeat Steps 19 to configure the Ethernet LAN service and VB mount port for NE2. Step 11 Click the VLAN Filter Table tab, and then click New to set the VLAN filter table for VB1. Step 12 In the displayed Create VLAN dialog box, set VLAN ID to 2, and then select PPORT1, PORT2 and VCTRUNK1 from Available Forward Port. Step 13 Click OK.

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Step 14 Likewise, set the filter table for PORT3, PORT4 and VCTUNK1 of VB1 whose VLAN ID is 4. Step 15 Repeat Steps 1114 to set the VLAN filter table of VB2. ----End

2.9.7 Configuring SDH Services


This section describes how to configure an SDH service.

Prerequisites
The preceding operations must be completed.

Tools/Instruments
T2000

User Authority Level


You must be an NM user with "NE and network operator" authority or higher.

Required/As Needed
Required

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the relevant NE icon on Main Topology, and then choose NE Explorer. Step 2 Choose Configuration > SDH Procedure from the Function Tree in the left pane. The Configure Cross-Connection dialog box is displayed. Step 3 Click Create in the right pane. The Create SDH Service dialog box is displayed. Step 4 According to the timeslot relation shown in Figure 2-29, set the parameters as follows in the Create SDH Service dialog box.

Level: VC4 Direction: Bidirectional Source Slot: 2-EGS8-1(SDH-1) Source VC: VC4-1 Source Timeslot Range: 1 Sink Slot: 7-JL64-1(SDH-1) Sink VC4: VC4-1 Sink Slot Timeslot Range: 1 Activate Immediately: Yes

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Step 5 Click Apply. Step 6 Repeat Steps 15 to configure the SDH service for NE2. ----End

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