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MBB ATN+CX IDEAL (Seamless

MPLS) Solution Network Management


Implementation and Configuration

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Foreword
 How to rapidly turn up services at base stations and how to deploy and
maintain massive data devices on IP backhaul networks? Traditional
commands already flag in coping with operation and maintenance (O&M)
tasks on spreading backhaul networks. To address these issues, Huawei
has developed end-to-end, visualized iManager U2000 Unified Network
Management System (U2000 for short), which caters to the entire process
covering network design, network deployment, service provisioning, and
network maintenance. With Huawei U2000,even engineers without a
thorough understanding of routing protocols also can quickly deploy
services for base stations on IP backhaul networks.

 This section describes how to deploy DCN routes on a bearer network so


that the U2000 can access the managed NEs through DCN routes.

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Objectives
 After completing this course, you will be able to:

 Describe Public DCN solution.

 Describe DCN VRF solution

 Describe configuration Roadmap - Public DCN solution.

 Describe configuration Roadmap - DCN VRF solution.

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Contents
1. DCN deployment solutions

2. Configuration Roadmap

3. Data Planning

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Contents
1. DCN deployment solutions

2. Configuration Roadmap

3. Data Planning

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DCN deployment solutions

Deploying Public DCN Using IS-IS (U2000


Public DCN solution
Connected to the IPCore Network)

Deploying DCN VRF for a Large Network


DCN VRF solution
(U2000 Connected to the IPCore Network)

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Public DCN solution

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DCN VRF solution

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Contents
1. DCN deployment solutions

2. Configuration Roadmap

3. Data Planning

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Configuration Roadmap - Public DCN
solution
 A management VPN is created on the backbone network. A management
loopback address is created for each backbone device and bound to the
management VPN.

 New loopback addresses (different from the LSR IDs) are planned for
devices in the IPRAN. The addresses are used as the public network
management addresses of the devices. The loopback routes are added
with tags and imported into the IGP.

 Access-side management routes are imported to the aggregation side.


ASBR1 and ASBR2 advertise the public network IGP of the IPRAN (or
aggregation routes between management addresses of the IPRAN) to the
management VPN of the backbone network. In addition, the ASBR1 and
ASBR2 advertise routes of the U2000 to the IGP of the IPRAN.

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Configuration Roadmap - DCN VRF
solution
 Configure SNMP for all NEs to be managed.

 Query and record NE IDs and IP addresses. If the default NE IDs and IP
addresses are not used, plan new NE IDs and IP addresses.

 Enable DCN for all NEs and interfaces.

 Configure user login parameters for all NEs.

 Configure a VPN for the gateway NEs and interfaces connected to the
U2000, bind the VPN to the DCN. and configure related IP addresses.

 Enable the DCN auto-report function for the MASGs, which function as
the gateway NEs.

 Configure static routes between the U2000 server and the IP addresses
of the NEs to be loaded, to make the NEs reachable to the U2000.

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Configuration Roadmap - DCN VRF
solution
 On ASBRs at the core layer:

 Create an OSPF process for each connected IPRAN area.

 Bind the interfaces connected to different IPRAN areas to the corresponding OSPF
process configured with DCN VRF.

 Configure route importing for the ASBRs: import routes of the U2000 to the OSPF
process of the aggregation ring in the IPRAN area, and import routes of the OSPF
process into the core ring.

 On ASGs at the core layer of the IPRAN:

 Create an OSPF process for each connected access ring.

 Bind the interfaces connected to different access rings to the corresponding OSPF
process configured with DCN VRF.

 Configure route importing on the ASGs: import routes of the U2000 to OSPF
processes for access rings, and import routes of the OSPF processes into the
aggregation ring.
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Contents
1. DCN deployment solutions

2. Configuration Roadmap

3. Data Planning

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Data Planning - Public DCN solution
Device Parameter Value
NMS VPN instance __dcn_ideal__
No.: Interfaces GE7/1/11 on MASG1 and
Interfaces connecting to
MASG2 IP addresses: 130.10.100.1/24 for
the U2000
MASG1, and 130.10.100.2/24 for MASG2
MASG vrid: 22
VRRP
virtual-ip: 130.10.100.10
 MASG1:LoopBack65535,
Management interface and 200.0.100.9/32
IP address  MASG2:LoopBack65535,
200.0.100.10/32
NMS VPN instance __dcn_ideal__
ASBRs at the  ASBR3:LoopBack65535,
core layer Management interface and 200.0.100.7/32
IP address  ASBR4:LoopBack65535,
200.0.100.8/32
 ASBR1:LoopBack65535,
ASBRs and
200.0.100.5/32
ASGs at the
 ASBR2:LoopBack65535,
aggregation Management interface and
200.0.100.6/32
layer. CSGs
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 ASG3:LoopBack65535, 200.0.100.3/32
Data Planning - DCN VRF solution
Parameter Value Remarks
By default, the IP
address and ID of an NE
are correlated.
If an NE ID is modified,
the NE IP address is
Factory default. The value can modified accordingly.
NEID be modified according to the However, if the NE IP is
network plan. modified, the NE ID is
not modified accordingly.
After the NE IP address
is modified, the default
correlation relationship
loses effect.
Factory default. The value can All NE IP addresses are
NEIP be modified according to the in the 128.0.0.0/8
network plan. network segment.

U2000 IP address 130.10.100.20/24 -

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SNMP parameters - 1
Parameter Value Remarks
Enables this function in
snmp-agent sys-info
all SNMPv1, SNMPv2C, and
version
SNMPv3.
snmp-agent mib-view The SNMP MIB view
iso
included iso-view contains the iso subtree.
Sets read and write
community names. The NMS
can access a device only
snmp-agent community cipher Huawei123!
when the community names
read cipher mib-view iso-view
set on the NMS are the
same as that set on the
device.
Sets read and write
community names. The NMS
can access a device only
snmp-agent community cipher Huawei@123
when the community names
write cipher mib-view iso-view
set on the NMS are the
same as that set on the
device.
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SNMP parameters - 2
Parameter Value Remarks
Enables all traps on a
snmp-agent trap enable –
device.
Sets the LoopBack
Core layer equipment: interfaces as the source
snmp-agent trap source
LoopBack 65535 interfaces for sending Trap
messages.
address udp-domain
Allows the SNMP agent to
130.10.100.20
snmp-agent target-host send SNMP trap messages
params securityname
trap to the Huawei NMS at
Huawei@123 v2c private-
130.10.100.20.
netmanager ext-vb
snmp-agent trap enable Enables the LLDP trap

feature-name lldp function.
snmp-agent extend error- Opens the extended error

code enable codes of devices.

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Summary
1. Public DCN solution.

2. DCN VRF solution.

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