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ZXMW NR8961

Digital Microwave Transmission System


Configuration Guide (GUI Mode)

Product Version: V2.04.03B

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Contents
About This Manual ......................................................................................... I
Chapter 1 Configuration Preparations ..................................................... 1-1
1.1 Preparing Tools and Software ............................................................................. 1-1
1.2 Logging in to the Web LMT ................................................................................. 1-1
1.3 Checking Software and Hardware Versions.......................................................... 1-2

Chapter 2 Basic NE Data Configuration ................................................... 2-1


2.1 Configuring NE Information ................................................................................. 2-1
2.2 Configuring the Network Management Bandwidth................................................. 2-3
2.3 Configuring a Radio Channel .............................................................................. 2-3
2.4 Configuring PLA ................................................................................................. 2-6
2.5 Configuring XPIC ............................................................................................... 2-8
2.6 Configuration antenna ........................................................................................ 2-9

Chapter 3 Checking Alarms ...................................................................... 3-1


3.1 Checking Current Alarms .................................................................................... 3-1
3.2 Checking Historical Alarms ................................................................................. 3-3
3.3 Check event....................................................................................................... 3-3
3.4 Setting Alarm Filtering Rules ............................................................................... 3-4
3.5 Setting alarm trigger threshold ............................................................................ 3-6

Chapter 4 Performance Statistics Query.................................................. 4-1


4.1 Querying Radio Link Performance Statistics......................................................... 4-1
4.2 Querying ACM Performance Statistics ................................................................. 4-2
4.3 Querying XPIC Performance Statistics................................................................. 4-2
4.4 Querying RF Performance Statistics .................................................................... 4-3
4.5 Querying Radio Ethernet Performance Statistics .................................................. 4-4
4.6 Querying Wired Ethernet Performance Statistics .................................................. 4-5
4.7 Querying RMON Performance Statistics .............................................................. 4-6
4.8 Querying VLAN Performance Statistics................................................................ 4-7
4.9 Querying VLAN Priority Performance Statistics .................................................... 4-8
4.10 Query DSCP Performance Statistics.................................................................. 4-8
4.11 Querying Environment Performance Statistics .................................................... 4-9
4.12 Querying PW Performance Statistics ............................................................... 4-10

Chapter 5 Ethernet Service Data Configuration ...................................... 5-1


5.1 Configuring Ethernet Ports .................................................................................. 5-1

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5.2 VLAN Configuration............................................................................................ 5-4
5.2.1 Configuring a VLAN Type.......................................................................... 5-4
5.2.2 Configuring a Translation Rule .................................................................. 5-5
5.3 QoS Configuration.............................................................................................. 5-7
5.3.1 Configuring Queue Priorities ..................................................................... 5-7
5.3.2 Configuring CAR ...................................................................................... 5-9
5.3.3 Configuring ACL......................................................................................5-11
5.3.4 Configuring a Egress Priority................................................................... 5-16
5.3.5 Configuring Packet Aging Time ............................................................... 5-17
5.3.6 Configuring Traffic Rate Limiting.............................................................. 5-18
5.4 Configuring HQoS ............................................................................................ 5-20
5.5 Configuring MPLS QoS .................................................................................... 5-23
5.6 Configuring ERPS 2.0....................................................................................... 5-26
5.7 Configuring LACP ............................................................................................ 5-31
5.8 Configuring LCPT............................................................................................. 5-33

Chapter 6 Clock Data Configuration......................................................... 6-1


6.1 Configuring Global Clock Parameters .................................................................. 6-1
6.2 Configuring Global SSM Parameters ................................................................... 6-2
6.3 Configuring a Clock Port ..................................................................................... 6-3
6.4 Configuring a PTP Port ....................................................................................... 6-5

Chapter 7 Configuring Security Information............................................ 7-1


7.1 Configuring User Security ................................................................................... 7-1
7.2 Configuring WIFI ................................................................................................ 7-3

Glossary .......................................................................................................... I

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About This Manual
Purpose
This manual describes how to configure the ZXMW NR8961 Digital Microwave System
through the Local Maintenance Terminal (LMT).

Intended Audience
l Debugging engineers
l Maintenance engineers

What Is in This Manual


This manual contains the following chapters.

Chapter Summary

Chapter 1, Configuration Describes the preparations for the configuration of the ZXMW
Preparations NR8961.

Chapter 2, Basic NE Data Describes the configuration flow and examples for configuring basic
Configuration NE data for the ZXMW NR8961.

Chapter 3, Checking Alarms Describes the check steps after the configuration of the ZXMW
NR8961.

Chapter 4, Performance Describes how to query the performance indicator statistics of the
Statistics Query ZXMW NR8961.

Chapter 5, Ethernet Service Describes the configuration flow and examples for configuring
Data Configuration Ethernet service data for the ZXMW NR8961.

Chapter 6, Clock Data Describes the configuration flow and examples for configuring clock
Configuration data for the ZXMW NR8961.

Chapter 7, Configuring Describes the configuration services of the ZXMW NR8961.


Security Information

Conventions
This manual uses the following convention.

Typeface Meaning

Danger: indicates an imminently hazardous situation. Failure to comply can


result in death or serious injury, equipment damage, or site breakdown.

Warning: indicates a potentially hazardous situation. Failure to comply can


result in serious injury, equipment damage, or interruption of major services.

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Typeface Meaning

Caution: indicates a potentially hazardous situation. Failure to comply


can result in moderate injury, equipment damage, or interruption of minor
services.

Note: provides additional information about a topic.

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Chapter 1
Configuration Preparations
Table of Contents
Preparing Tools and Software.....................................................................................1-1
Logging in to the Web LMT.........................................................................................1-1
Checking Software and Hardware Versions................................................................1-2

1.1 Preparing Tools and Software


Prepare a computer with the following software configurations:
l Operating system: Microsoft Windows 7.
l Web browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 11, Google Chrome, or Firefox. It is
recommended to use Google Chrome.

1.2 Logging in to the Web LMT


The debugging personnel can log in to the Web LMT of the network management system
of the device through an Ethernet electrical interface.

Steps
1. Connect the Ethernet interface of the device to the PC with a network cable.
2. Open the Web browser. In the address bar of your browser, enter the URL address of
the LMT interface, for example, http://193.254.114.4/webs/zte/logon.html. Press the
Enter key, see Figure 1-1.

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Figure 1-1 Web LMT Login Page

3. Enter the user name (default: admin)and password (default: User123#). Click
Login. The page shown in Figure 1-2 is displayed.

Figure 1-2 Web LMT Home Page

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1.3 Checking Software and Hardware Versions


This procedure describes how to check the software and hardware versions of the IDU
and ODU in accordance with the network plan. If a software version is improper, you need
to update the software.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Maintenance > Version > IDU > Version Management.
In the Version Management area, check the IDU software version, see Figure 1-3.

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Figure 1-3 Checking the IDU Software Version

The software package operating status is described as follows:


l RUNNING: Indicates the operating IDU software.
l VALID: Indicates the backup software that has been downloaded into the IDU and
has been activated.
l NOT VALID: Indicates the backup software that has been downloaded into the
IDU and has not been activated.
2. In the Hardware Version Information area, check the IDU hardware version
information, see Figure 1-4.

Figure 1-4 Checking the IDU Hardware Version

3. Click the ODU tab. Check the ODU software version, see Figure 1-5.

Figure 1-5 Checking the ODU Software Version

4. Verify that the software versions of all devices are correct.

Note:
The ODU software needs no manual upgrade, and the system automatically upgrades
the ODU software to the latest version.

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Basic NE Data Configuration
Table of Contents
Configuring NE Information ........................................................................................2-1
Configuring the Network Management Bandwidth ......................................................2-3
Configuring a Radio Channel......................................................................................2-3
Configuring PLA .........................................................................................................2-6
Configuring XPIC .......................................................................................................2-8
Configuration antenna ................................................................................................2-9

2.1 Configuring NE Information


An NE name and NE address are used to identify an NE in the network. The NE address
identifies an NE when the NE uses TCP/IP to communicate with other NEs. After the name
and address of an NE is configured, users can manage the NE.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Basic Config > System > NE Information. The NE
Information page is displayed, see Figure 2-1.

Figure 2-1 NE Information Page

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2. Set the NE information as planned. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table
2-1.

Table 2-1 NE Configuration Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Description

Site ID - - Name of a site. The name must not contain any


of the following characters: <, >, &, ?, \, +, and ?.
A maximum of 100 characters can be entered.

NE ID - 0 This parameter is set on the NetNumen U31.

NE Name - zte Name of an NE device. In most cases, this


parameter is set to the name of a site. A
maximum of 30 characters including digits and
letters can be entered. The NE name must
contain letters.

NE Type NR8961 NR8961 Device type, which cannot be modified. Keep


the default value.

Device IP - 131.x.x.x The IP address is used for the device to be


Address connected to the network through the NMS
interface. It can be modified.

NE Health l None None The NE health indicates the current device


l Minor status.
l Major
l Critical
alarm

DCN VLAN - 4094 The VLAN ID is in a range of 1 to 4094.


ID

DCN VLAN - 172.x.x.x This parameter is used to set the IP address


Interface IP of the device. The default value is 172.x.x.x
(the last three octets are the same with those of
the MAC address). This IP address, which is
planned, is used for the device to be connected
to the network through the NMS interface. This
IP address can be modified and must be unique
in an office.

DCN VLAN - Disable The IP address and mask for the DCN can be
Interface set only if this parameter is enabled.
Switch

Subnet Mask - 255.0.0.0 Sets the subnet mask of an NE. It is used with
the Device IP Address parameter to separate
the IP address of an NE into two parts: network
address and host address.

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3. Click Apply.
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2.2 Configuring the Network Management Bandwidth


The ZXMW NR8961 uses an in-band NMS to manage devices remotely. To configure the
network management bandwidth, the SNMP IP parameters must be configured and the
NMS IP address must be added into the corresponding IP list.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Basic Config > System > Network Management
Bandwidth. The Network Management Bandwidth page is displayed, see Figure
2-2.

Figure 2-2 Network Management Bandwidth Page

2. Select the network management bandwidth as required from the Network


Management Bandwidth drop-down list. Click Apply.
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2.3 Configuring a Radio Channel


This procedure describes how to configure the bandwidth and modulation mode of a
device. The bandwidth and modulation mode determine the transmission capacity of a
device. The wider the bandwidth, the higher the modulation mode and the greater the
transmission capacity. Meanwhile, the system transmission and receiving performance
is decreased. The system automatically allocates bandwidths to the TDM and Ethernet
services, thus improving the practical bandwidth usage ratio.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Basic Config > RadioChannel. The Channel page is
displayed, see Figure 2-3.

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Figure 2-3 Radio Channel Parameter Page

2. Set the NE information as planned. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table
2-2.

Table 2-2 Radio Channel Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Description

Tx Rx This Other The system can automatically calculate the


spacing(KHz) parameter receiving frequency in accordance with the
is set as transmission frequency and the value of this
required. parameter.

Tx Frequency The range - This parameter is configured within the ODU


is related transmission frequency range and it should
to the ODU not use a boundary frequency.
model. For
details, refer
to the prompt
displayed
when clicking
the text box.

Rx Frequency The range - This parameter is configured within the ODU


(KHz) is related receiving frequency range and it should not
to the ODU use a boundary frequency.
model. For
details, refer
to the prompt
displayed
when clicking
the text box.

Tx Power Integer, - This parameter is valid when the ATPC


range: -6 function is disabled.
through 20. The Tx power must be in the ODU
transmission power range.

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Parameter Value Default Description

Channel 0 to 30 UnNamed Enter a digit, character, -, _, @, ., (, *, ), #,


Name characters. or a space.

Bandwidth ETSI_7M, ETSI_7M Sets the bandwidth used by the current air
ETSI_14M, interface.
ETSI_28M,
ETSI_40M,
ETSI_56M,
and
ETSI_112M

ACM Disable/en- Disable This parameter is enabled when the


able self-adaptive adjustment is required.

Modulation QPSK - QPSK This parameter is valid when the ACM


4096QAM function is enabled.
Set this parameter to a proper value in
accordance with the service capacity
requirement and channel conditions.

ACM Log Disable/en- Disable This parameter indicates the switch that
able enables or disables the ACM log operation.

Synchronize - - This parameter is enabled when the


To Remote bandwidth, frequency and ACM parameters
need to be synchronized to the remote end.

ATPC Disable/en- Disable This parameter is enabled when the


able self-adaptive power adjustment is required.

RSL threshol- The range -65 dBm This parameter is valid when the ATPC
d(dBm)(Low) is related to function is enabled. It is an integer in [-70,-30].
both the ODU
model and
the bandwidth
modulation
method.

RSL threshol- The range -45 dBm This parameter is valid when the ATPC
d(dBm)(High) is related to function is enabled. It is an integer in [-70,-30].
both the ODU
model and
the bandwidth
modulation
method.

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Parameter Value Default Description

Tx Power(dB- The range 0 This parameter is valid when the ATPC


m)(Low) is related to function is enabled. It is an integer in [-20,40].
both the ODU
model and
the bandwidth
modulation
method.

Tx Power(dB- The range 0 This parameter is valid when the ATPC


m)(High) is related to function is enabled. It is an integer in [-20,40].
both the ODU
model and
the bandwidth
modulation
method.

ATPC Log Disable/en- Disable This parameter indicates the switch that
able enables or disables the ATPC log operation.

RDI Enable Disable/en- Enable This parameter is enabled when the RDI is
able not used to trigger a protective switchover.

RDI Delay Disable/en- Disable This parameter is enabled when the RDI is
able used.

RDI Delay [0,60000] 0 This parameter is configured if the RDI


Time(ms) de-jittering function is required. By default,
the RDI delay function is disabled and the
default RDI delay 0 can be used. If the RDI
delay function is enabled, you need to set the
delay time as required.

3. Click Apply.
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2.4 Configuring PLA


PLA refers to allocating and converging data in packets on two links.

The PLA function can work with the XPIC function in 2+0 mode, thus improving air interface
capacity and implementing load balancing and link backup.

The supported PLA type is BASIC PLA.

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Note:
PLA belongs to lossy changeover, meaning that packet loss may occur during the process
in which a link is restored from the out-of-lock status.
Do not use combo ports to configure the PLA function.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Basic Config > RadioChannel. The PLA page is
displayed.
2. Click Add. The PLA Configuration dialog box is displayed, see Figure 2-4.

Figure 2-4 PLA Configuration Dialog Box

3. Select the PLA type as required from the PLA Type drop-down list, see Figure 2-5.

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Figure 2-5 Selecting the PLA Type

4. Select Local Radio Port.


5. Click Apply.
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2.5 Configuring XPIC


This procedure configures the XPIC function to double the maximum transmission capacity
with limited channel spectrum.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Basic Config > RadioChannel. The XPIC page is
displayed.
2. Click Add. The XPIC dialog box is displayed, see Figure 2-6.

Figure 2-6 XPIC Dialog Box

3. Select Enable from the XPIC Status drop-down list. Select the corresponding XPIC
restoration mode from the XPIC Recovery Mode drop-down list. Click Apply.
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2.6 Configuration antenna


The antenna is an outdoor unit,which is connected to the ODU through the waveguide, or
directly connected with the ODU.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Basic Config > Antenna. The Antenna parameter
page is displayed, see

Figure 2-7 Antenna parameter page

2. Click Add. The Antenna parameter dialog box is displayed, see Figure 2-8.

Figure 2-8 Antenna detail parameter page

3. Fill in the antenna parameter Click Apply.


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Checking Alarms
Table of Contents
Checking Current Alarms ...........................................................................................3-1
Checking Historical Alarms.........................................................................................3-3
Check event ...............................................................................................................3-3
Setting Alarm Filtering Rules ......................................................................................3-4
Setting alarm trigger threshold....................................................................................3-6

3.1 Checking Current Alarms


This procedure describes how to check current alarms, so that device faults can be
discovered and resolved in a timely manner.
Current alarms refer to the existing alarms, and they persist before being handled.

Context
For a list of alarm levels, refer to Table 3-1.

Table 3-1 Alarm Levels

Alarm Icon Alarm Color Alarm Level

Red Critical

Orange Major

Yellow Minor

Blue Warning

Steps
1. Log in to the main interface of the LMT, and select Alarm > Current. The Current tab
is displayed, see Figure 3-1.

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Figure 3-1 Current Tab

Note:
The LMT can store a maximum of 600 current alarms.

2. Select the alarm that you want to operate, and click . Check alarm details, see
Figure 3-2.

Figure 3-2 Querying Alarm Details

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3.2 Checking Historical Alarms


This procedure describes how to check historical alarms, so that potential risks can be
eliminated in a timely manner.
Historical alarms refer to the alarms that are already handled and not displayed. A
maximum of 2000 historical alarms are allowed.

Steps
1. Select Alarm > History. The History pane is displayed, see Figure 3-3.

Figure 3-3 History Pane

2. Select the alarm that you want to operate, and click . Check alarm details,
seeFigure 3-4.

Figure 3-4 Querying Alarm Details

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3.3 Check event


Check the system notifications and operation events, and timely understand and find out
the equipment running status.

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Steps
1. Select Alarm > Event, Open The Event page, see Figure 3-5.

Figure 3-5 Event Page

2. Select the event that you want to operate, and click . Check event details,
seeFigure 3-6.

Figure 3-6 View eventDetails

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3.4 Setting Alarm Filtering Rules


The alarm filtering rule is used to filter automatically when the set condition alarm is
reported or resumed.

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Steps
1. Select Alarm > Filter. Open The Filter Type page, see Figure 3-7.

Figure 3-7 Filter Type page

2. click . Check Filter Type details, seeFigure 3-8.

Figure 3-8 Filter Type details

3. Select Filter Type and configure related parameters.


l If the rule type is rule 1 ,only the alarm code is configured, see Figure 3-9.

Figure 3-9 Rule 1 configuration page

l If the rule type is rule 2,you need tothe configure the alarm code and checkpoint
types and TPID and TPID MASK, see Figure 3-10.

Figure 3-10 Rule 2 configuration page

4. Click Apply, complete configuration.

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3.5 Setting alarm trigger threshold


This section describes how to set the alarm trigger threshold, and the related parameters
are higher than the gate limit.

Steps
1. Select Alarm > Threshold. Open The Threshold page, see Figure 3-11.

Figure 3-11 Threshold settings page

2. Fill in alarm threshold, Click Apply,parameter descriptions are show in Table 3-2.

Table 3-2 Explanation of alarm threshold

Prameter Range Default value Explain

CPU Utilization Ratio 1~100 80 When the CPU


Threshold (%) utilization is higher
than this threshold
,the police will be
reported

XPI Threshold 0~99 25 When the XPI is


higher than this
threshold ,the police
will be reported

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Voltage Threshold 55~65 65 When the ambient


Management temperature is higher
than this threshold
,the police will be
reported

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Performance Statistics Query
Table of Contents
Querying Radio Link Performance Statistics...............................................................4-1
Querying ACM Performance Statistics........................................................................4-2
Querying XPIC Performance Statistics .......................................................................4-2
Querying RF Performance Statistics...........................................................................4-3
Querying Radio Ethernet Performance Statistics ........................................................4-4
Querying Wired Ethernet Performance Statistics ........................................................4-5
Querying RMON Performance Statistics.....................................................................4-6
Querying VLAN Performance Statistics ......................................................................4-7
Querying VLAN Priority Performance Statistics ..........................................................4-8
Query DSCP Performance Statistics ..........................................................................4-8
Querying Environment Performance Statistics............................................................4-9
Querying PW Performance Statistics........................................................................4-10

4.1 Querying Radio Link Performance Statistics


This procedure describes how to query performance statistics data of radio links within 15
minutes or 24 hours.
The data that can be queried includes: BBE,EB,EFS,ES,SES, UAS, MAX MSE, MIN MSE,
and MEAN MSE.

Steps
1. After logging in to the Web LMT system, select Performance > RadioLink. The radio
link performance statistics page is displayed, see Figure 4-1.

Figure 4-1 Radio Link Performance Statistics Page

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4.2 Querying ACM Performance Statistics


This procedure describes how to query ACM performance statistics data within 15 minutes
or 24 hours.
The data that can be queried includes: working time of RX QPSK (s), working time
of RX 16QAM (s), working time of RX 32QAM (s), working time of RX 64QAM (s),
working time of RX 128QAM (s), working time of RX 256QAM (s), working time of RX
512QAM (s), working time of RX 1024QAM (s), working time of RX 1024QAMlight (s),
working time of RX 2048QAM (s), working time of RX 4096QAM (s), Switch Numbers
of TX Modulation, Switch Numbers of RX Modulation, working time of TX QPSK
(s), working time of TX 16QAM (s), working time of TX 32QAM (s), working time
of TX 64QAM (s), working time of TX 128QAM (s), working time of TX 256QAM (s),
working time of TX 512QAM (s), working time of TX 1024QAM (s), working time of TX
1024QAMlight (s), working time of TX 2048QAM (s), and working time of TX 4096QAM
(s).

Steps
1. After logging in to the Web LMT system, select Performance > ACM. The ACM
performance statistics page is displayed, see Figure 4-2.

Figure 4-2 ACM Performance Statistics Page

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4.3 Querying XPIC Performance Statistics


This procedure describes how to query XPIC performance statistics data within 15 minutes
or 24 hours.
), MIN XPI ( dB)
The data that can be queried includes: MAX XPI ( dB) ), MEAN XPI
( dB)) , and.

Steps
1. After logging in to the Web LMT system, select Performance > XPIC. The XPIC
performance statistics page is displayed, see Figure 4-3.

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Figure 4-3 XPIC Performance Statistics Page

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4.4 Querying RF Performance Statistics


This procedure describes how to query RF performance statistics data within 15 minutes
or 24 hours.

The data that can be queried includes: MAX Transmitted Power, MIN Transmitted
Power, MEAN Transmitted Power, MAX Received Signal Level, MIN Received Signal
Level, MEAN Received Signal Level, RLTS-1(s), RLTS-2, TLTSPercent of RSL Value
over the High Threshold ( % ) Percent of RSL Value under the Low Threshold
( %)).

Steps
1. After logging in to the Web LMT system, select Performance > RF. The RF
performance statistics page is displayed, see Figure 4-4.

Figure 4-4 RF Performance Statistics Page

2. (Optional) Click the Threshold Management tab, and set relevant threshold values
as required, see Figure 4-5.

Figure 4-5 RF Threshold Management Tab

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4.5 Querying Radio Ethernet Performance Statistics


This procedure describes how to query performance statistics data of the radio Ethernet
within 15 minutes or 24 hours.
The data that can be queried includes: Max Ethernet Tx Throughput (Mbps), Min
Ethernet Tx Throughput (Mbps), Mean Ethernet Tx Throughput (Mbps), Max
Ethernet Tx Utilization (%), Min Ethernet Tx Utilization (%), Mean Ethernet Tx
Utilization (%), Max Ethernet Tx Capacity (Mbps), Min Ethernet Tx Capacity (Mbps),
Mean Ethernet Tx Capacity (Mbps), Ethernet Tx Utilization Over High Threshold
Time(s), Max Ethernet Rx Throughput (Mbps), Min Ethernet Rx Throughput (Mbps),
Mean Ethernet Rx Throughput (Mbps), Max Ethernet Rx Utilization (%), Min Ethernet
Rx Utilization (%), Mean Ethernet Rx Utilization (%), Max Ethernet Rx Capacity
(Mbps), Min Ethernet Rx Capacity (Mbps), Mean Ethernet Rx Capacity (Mbps), and
Ethernet Rx Utilization Over High Threshold Time (s).

Steps
1. After logging in to the Web LMT system, select Performance > Radio ETH. The radio
Ethernet performance statistics page is displayed, see Figure 4-6.

Figure 4-6 Radio Ethernet Performance Statistics Page

2. (Optional) Click the Threshold Management tab, and set relevant threshold values
as required, see Figure 4-7.

Figure 4-7 Radio Ethernet Threshold Management Tab

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4.6 Querying Wired Ethernet Performance Statistics


This procedure describes how to query performance statistics data of the wired Ethernet
within 15 minutes or 24 hours.
The data that can be queried includes: Max Ethernet Tx Throughput (Mbps), Min
Ethernet Tx Throughput (Mbps), Mean Ethernet Tx Throughput (Mbps), Max
Ethernet Tx Utilization (%), Min Ethernet Tx Utilization (%), Mean Ethernet Tx
Utilization (%), Max Ethernet Tx Capacity (Mbps), Min Ethernet Tx Capacity (Mbps),
Mean Ethernet Tx Capacity (Mbps), Ethernet Tx Utilization Over High Threshold
Time(s), Max Ethernet Rx Throughput (Mbps), Min Ethernet Rx Throughput (Mbps),
Mean Ethernet Rx Throughput (Mbps), Max Ethernet Rx Utilization (%), Min Ethernet
Rx Utilization (%), Mean Ethernet Rx Utilization (%), Max Ethernet Rx Capacity
(Mbps), Min Ethernet Rx Capacity (Mbps), Mean Ethernet Rx Capacity (Mbps), and
Ethernet Rx Utilization Over High Threshold Time (s).

Steps
1. After logging in to the Web LMT system, select Performance > Wire ETH. The wired
Ethernet performance statistics page is displayed, see Figure 4-8.

Figure 4-8 Wired Ethernet Performance Statistics Page

2. (Optional) Click the Threshold Management tab, and set relevant threshold values
as required, see Figure 4-9.

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Figure 4-9 Wired Ethernet Threshold Management Tab

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4.7 Querying RMON Performance Statistics


This procedure describes how to query RMON performance statistics data within 15
minutes or 24 hours.
The data that can be queried includes: Rx Filter Discard Packets, Total Received
Bytes, Total Transmitted Bytes, Total Received Packets, Total Transmitted Packets,
Undersize Packets Received, Fragments Packets Received, Packets = 64 Octets
Received, Packets = 64 Octets Transmitted, Packets = 65–127 Octets Received,
Packets = 65–127 Octets Transmitted, Packets = 128–255 Octets Received,
Packets = 128–255 Octets Transmitted, Packets = 256–511 Octets Received,
Packets = 256–511 Octets Transmitted, Packets = 512–1023 Octets Received,
Packets = 512–1023 Octets Transmitted, Packets = 1024–1518 Octets Received,
Packets = 1024–1518 Octets Transmitted, FCS Packets Received, Jabber Packets
Received, Oversize Packets Received, Oversize Packets Transmitted, Pause
Packets Received, Pause Packets Transmitted, Broadcast Packets Received,
Broadcast Packets Transmitted, Multicast Packets Received, and Multicast Packets
Transmitted.

Steps
1. After logging in to the Web LMT system, select Performance > RMON. The RMON
performance statistics page is displayed, see Figure 4-10.

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Figure 4-10 RMON Performance Statistics Page

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4.8 Querying VLAN Performance Statistics


This procedure describes how to query VLAN performance statistics data within 15 minutes
or 24 hours.

The data that can be queried includes: Per VLAN Domain Rx Frames, Per VLAN Domain
Max Rx Throughput (Mbps), Per VLAN Domain Min Rx Throughput (Mbps), Per VLAN
Domain Mean Rx Throughput (Mbps), Per VLAN Domain Max Rx Utilization (%), Per
VLAN Domain Min Rx Utilization (%), and Per VLAN Domain Mean Rx Utilization (%).

Steps
1. After logging in to the Web LMT system, select Performance > VLAN. The VLAN
performance statistics page is displayed, see Figure 4-11.

Figure 4-11 VLAN Performance Statistics Page

2. (Optional) Click the Vlan Configuration tab, and configure interface VLAN
information, see Figure 4-12.

Figure 4-12 VLAN Configuration Tab

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4.9 Querying VLAN Priority Performance Statistics


This procedure describes how to query VLAN priority performance statistics data within 15
minutes or 24 hours.
The data that can be queried includes: Per VLAN Priority Domain TX Frames, Per
VLAN Priority Domain TX Bytes, Per VLAN Priority Domain RX Frames, Per VLAN
Priority Domain RX Bytes, Per VLAN Priority Domain Max RX Throughput (Mbps),
Per VLAN Priority Domain Min RX Throughput (Mbps), Per VLAN Priority Domain
Mean RX Throughput (Mbps), Per VLAN Priority Domain Max RX Utilization (%), Per
VLAN Priority Domain Min RX Utilization (%), and Per VLAN Priority Domain Mean
RX Utilization (%).

Steps
1. After logging in to the Web LMT system, select Performance > VLAN Priority. The
VLAN priority performance statistics page is displayed, see Figure 4-13.

Figure 4-13 VLAN Priority Performance Statistics Page

2. (Optional) Click the Vlan Priority Configuration tab, and configure interface VLAN
priority information, see Figure 4-14.

Figure 4-14 VLAN Priority Configuration Tab

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4.10 Query DSCP Performance Statistics


This procedure describes how to query DSCP performance statistics data within 15
minutes or 24 hours.
The data that can be queried includes: Per DSCP Domain TX Frames, Per DSCP
Domain TX Bytes, Per DSCP Domain RX Frames, Per DSCP Domain RX Bytes, Per

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DSCP Domain Max RX Throughput (Mbps), Per DSCP Domain Min RX Throughput
(Mbps), Per DSCP Domain Mean RX Throughput (Mbps), Per DSCP Domain Max
RX Utilization (%), Per DSCP Domain Min RX Utilization (%), and Per DSCP Domain
Mean RX Utilization (%).

Steps
1. After logging in to the Web LMT system, select Performance > DSCP. The DSCP
performance statistics page is displayed, see Figure 4-15.

Figure 4-15 DSCP Performance Statistics Page

2. (Optional) Click the Dscp Configuration tab, and configure interface DSCP
information, see Figure 4-16.

Figure 4-16 DSCP Configuration Tab

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4.11 Querying Environment Performance Statistics


This procedure describes how to query environment performance statistics data within 15
minutes or 24 hours.
The data that can be queried includes: Max Environment Temperature, Min
Environment Temperature, Mean Environment Temperature, Max CPU Utilization,
Min CPU Utilization, Mean CPU Utilization, Max Memory Utilization, Min Memory
Utilization, and Mean Memory Utilization.

Steps
1. After logging in to the Web LMT system, select Performance > ENV. The environment
performance statistics page is displayed, see Figure 4-17.

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Figure 4-17 Environment Performance Statistics Page

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4.12 Querying PW Performance Statistics


This procedure describes how to query PW performance statistics data within 15 minutes
or 24 hours.

The data that can be queried includes: PWSendbytes, PWSendframes,


PWReceivedbytes, and PWReceivedframes.

Steps
1. After logging in to the Web LMT system, select Performance > PW. The PW
performance statistics page is displayed, see Figure 4-18.

Figure 4-18 PW Performance Statistics Page

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Configuration
Table of Contents
Configuring Ethernet Ports .........................................................................................5-1
VLAN Configuration....................................................................................................5-4
QoS Configuration......................................................................................................5-7
Configuring HQoS ....................................................................................................5-20
Configuring MPLS QoS ............................................................................................5-23
Configuring ERPS 2.0 ..............................................................................................5-26
Configuring LACP ....................................................................................................5-31
Configuring LCPT.....................................................................................................5-33

5.1 Configuring Ethernet Ports


An Ethernet port provides service connections and signal transmissions for Microwave
services.

Steps
1. Configure basic Ethernet Port parameters.
a. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > Port. The Ethernet Port page is
displayed.

b. Select the port to be configured, and then click . In the displayed Ethernet
Port dialog box, set related parameters, see Figure 5-1.

Figure 5-1 Ethernet Port Dialog Box

c. Click Apply.
d. Configure other Ethernet ports in the same way.

2. Configure port mirroring.

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a. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > Port > Port Mirror. The Port Mirror tab
is displayed. Click Add. The Port Mirror dialog box is displayed, see Figure 5-2.

Figure 5-2 Port Mirroring Configuration Example

b. Set port mirroring parameters. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table
5-1.

Table 5-1 Port Mirroring Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Description

Source Port - The port mirroring function can mirror the


data transmitted or received by the source
port to the monitoring port for device
debugging and fault locating.
This parameter indicates the location of a
source port.

Destination Port - This parameter indicates the location of a


destination port.

Monitor Mode l Mirror Port Transmit This parameter indicates a monitoring


Data mode.
l Mirror Port Receive
Data
l Mirror Port Trans-Rev
Data

c. Click Apply.

d. To configure port mirroring for other ports, perform the same steps.
3. Configure the L2 packet control policy.

a. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > Port > ETH L2 Packet Control Strategy.
The ETH L2 Packet Control Strategy page is displayed, see Figure 5-3.

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Figure 5-3 ETH L2 Packet Control Strategy Page

b. Select the port to be configured from the Port drop-down list. Select the MAC
address as required. If a policy is selected, the specified MAC address frames use
the L2 packets control policy (transparent transmission) when passing through this
port.
c. Click Apply.
4. Configure an isolated port group.
a. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > Port > Isolated Ports Group. The
Isolated Ports Group page is displayed, see Figure 5-4.

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Figure 5-4 Configuring an Isolated Ports Group

b. Select the ports to be isolated. Click Apply.


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5.2 VLAN Configuration


5.2.1 Configuring a VLAN Type
This procedure describes how to configure the VLAN type for a port, including Access,
Trunk, and Hybrid. For details, refer to the following table.

Port Type Description

Access An access port is used to connect a VLAN-unaware device (such as a


workstation) to the port of a VLAN switch. The port of this type transmits
frames without VLAN tags only, and is associated to a VLAN only.

Trunk A trunk port is used to interconnect two VLAN-aware devices to transmit


multiple VLAN services. The port of this type transmits the frames carrying
VLAN tags, and can provide a bearer for multiple VLANs.

Hybrid A hybrid port can transmit frames carrying VLAN tags and carrying no VLAN
tags. However, in a specified VLAN, all frames transmitted on the port of this
type must be the same type.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > VLAN. The VLAN page is displayed, see
Figure 5-5.

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Figure 5-5 VLAN Configuration Page

2. Select the port to be configured, click . The Port dialog box is displayed, see Figure
5-6.

Figure 5-6 Port Dialog Box

3. In the Port dialog box, configure the parameters, including Port Type, VLAN ID (TAG),
VLAN ID (UNTAG), PVID, QinQ Mode, and OuterTPID.
You can add or delete a VLAN ID range continuously or discretely. The continuous
VLAN ID format is **-**, for example, 1-10.
4. Click Apply.
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5.2.2 Configuring a Translation Rule


This procedure describes how to configure a translation rule. If a translation rule index is
used by a port, the translation action and rule cannot be modified or deleted. An ingress
can only use a group of translation rules.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > VLAN > Translation Rule. The Translation
Rule page is displayed.
2. Click Add. The Translation Rule dialog box is displayed, see Figure 5-7.

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Figure 5-7 Translation Rule Dialog Box

3. Set the translation rule parameters. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table
5-2.

Table 5-2 Translation Rule Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Port - - Indicates the available port.

sessionId 1 - 1024 1 Select the session ID of the VLAN to be


translated.

Translation l Ingress Ingress Sets the VLAN translation type for an egress or
Type l Egress ingress.

Ingress 1 - 4094 1 Matches the outer VLAN ID of an ingress.


Outer Vlan
Bitmap

Ingress Inner 1 - 4094 1 Matches the inner VLAN ID of an ingress.


Vlan Bitmap

Egress Outer l vlan vlan Sets the outer VLAN type of an egress.
Vlan Type l same

Egress Outer 1 - 4094 - Sets the outer VLAN ID of an egress.


Vlan

Egress Outer 0-7 - Sets the outer VLAN priority of an egress.


Tag Priority

Egress Inner l vlan vlan Sets the inner VLAN type of an egress.
Vlan Type l same

Egress Inner 1 - 4094 - Sets the inner VLAN ID of an egress.


Vlan

Egress Inner 0-7 - Sets the inner VLAN priority of an egress.


Tag Priority

4. Click OK.
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5.3 QoS Configuration


5.3.1 Configuring Queue Priorities
This procedure describes how to configure the queue priorities for ports.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > QoS > Priority Mapping. The Priority
Mapping page is displayed, see Figure 5-8.

Figure 5-8 Priority Mapping Page

2. Select the port to be configured, click . The Priority Mapping dialog box is
displayed, see Figure 5-9, see Figure 5-10, see Figure 5-11.

Figure 5-9 Queue Priority Configuration Page (802.1p)

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Figure 5-10 Queue Priority Configuration Page (802.1ad)

Figure 5-11 Queue Priority Configuration Page (DSCP)

3. Configure the port queue priority parameters.

4. Click Apply.
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5.3.2 Configuring CAR


The Committed Access Rate (CAR) is one of the attributes of the Access Control List (ACL).
It is used to determine the color of packets in ACL data traffic, to identify the forwarding
attributes, queue mapping, color modes of the data traffic.
After a CAR entry is configured, it cannot be modified. You can only add a new CAR entry
or delete the old one. If a configured CAR entry is deleted, the associated ACL is also
deleted.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > QoS > CAR. The CAR page is displayed.
2. Click Add. The CAR dialog box is displayed, see Figure 5-12.

Figure 5-12 CAR Policy Configuration Dialog Box

3. Set the CAR parameters. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table 5-3.

Table 5-3 CAR Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

CAR Policy Self-defined. - Name of a CAR policy


Name Maximum It must be started with a character and include
length: 10 only characters and digits.
characters.

Color Mode l Color- Color-Blind This parameter indicates the color mode of a
Blind CAR policy:
l Color- l Color-Blind: Packets are recolored in
Aware accordance with the CIR and PIR on the
CAR configuration page without considering
the previous packet color. Packets lower
than the CIR are colored green, packets
lower than the PIR and higher than CIR are
colored yellow, and packets higher than the
PIR are colored red.

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Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

l Color-Aware: Packets are colored in


accordance with the previous packet color.

CIR(Kbit/s) 0 - 1000000 0 The Committed Information Rate (CIR) is used


to control the minimum rate of the packets using
the CAR rule.

PIR(Kbit/s) 0 - 1000000 0 The Peak Information Rate (PIR) is used to


control the peak rate of the packets using the
CAR rule.
The PIR is greater than or equal to the CIR.

CBS(Kbits) 0 - 1000000 10 This parameter is used to describe the


committed burst size, meaning the depth of the
token bucket that bears burst traffic.

PBS(Kbits) 0 - 1000000 10 This parameter indicates the peak burst size,


meaning the maximum burst traffic in a token
bucket.

Packet l Forward Forward This parameter indicates the processing mode


Process l Remark of packets marked in different colors in the CAR
Method l Discard policy. The processing modes of three colors
are the same. The following uses the packets
in red as an example:
l Forward. Packets in red are directly
forwarded.
l Remark. Packets in red are recolored in
accordance with the remarked COS queue
and remarked color and then mapped into
the new COS queue.
l Discard. Packets in red are directly
discarded without being processed.

Remark l BE BE This parameter indicates the COS queue


Queue l AF1 corresponding to the remarked packets.
l AF2
l AF3
l AF4
l EF
l CS6
l CS7

Remark l Green Green This parameter indicates the COS color of the
Color l Yellow remarked packets. Packets can be remarked to
l Red three colors.

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4. Click Apply.
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5.3.3 Configuring ACL


The ACL is used to determine the attributes of data traffic. A total of 14 attributes including
IP, MAC and port can determine the uniqueness of data traffic passing through a port. If
a special ACL is determined, it can be associated to a CAR, and the ACL attributes such
as rate limitation can be determined through the CAR.

Prerequisite
You have already configured the CAR policy.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > QoS > ACL. The ACL page is displayed.
2. Click Add. The ACL dialog box is displayed, see Figure 5-13 and Figure 5-14.

Figure 5-13 ACL Dialog Box (1)

Figure 5-14 ACL Dialog Box (2)

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3. Set the ACL parameters. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table 5-4.

Table 5-4 ACL Policy Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

ACL Policy Self-defined. - Name of an ACL policy.


Name Maximum
length: 10
characters.

ACL Action l Allow Allow Forbidden indicates that packets are discarded.
l Forbid- Allow indicates that packets are allowed to pass.
den

Mapping BE, AF1, Disable This parameter indicates the mapping queue in
Queue AF2, AF3, the ACL policy. Queues passing through the
AF4, EF, ACL rule are mapped into the selected COS
CS6, CS7, queue.
and disable.

CAR Policy - - This parameter indicates the CAR policy used


ID by the ACL policy.

DSCP Disable and Disable This parameter indicates whether to enable the
0 - 63. DSCP.

Port - - This parameter indicates which port uses the


ACL rule.

Time Mode l Unlim- Unlimited This parameter indicates the ACL application
ited scenarios:
l Absolute l Unlimited, which means that the ACL rule
Time can be used in any scenario.
l Relative l Absolute Time, the end time minus the start
Time time, during which the ACL rule is used.
l Relative time, the end time minus the start
time, during which the ACL rule is used. The
absolute time refers to the GPS time, for
example, 9:20, Jan 30th, 2012. The relative
time refers to a period of time after the
current time, for example, 30 minutes later.

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Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Start Time Select the Select the If the absolute time or relative time is selected,
absolute absolute this parameter indicates the start time when
time, for time. Default: the ACL rule is enabled. Format: YY-MM-DD
example, 01.01.11 HH:MM Week.
2011-01-01 00:00
00:00 - Monday.
2099-12-31 Select the
23:59. absolute
Select the time. Default:
relative time, 00:00
for example, Monday.
00:00 -
23:59.
Week:
Monday -
Sunday.

End Time Select the Select the If the absolute time or relative time is selected,
absolute absolute this parameter indicates the end time when
time, for time. Default: the ACL rule is enabled. Format: YY-MM-DD
example, 2011-01-30 HH:MM Week.
2011-01-01 23:59
00:00 - Monday.
2099-12-31 Select the
23:59. relative time.
Select the Default:
relative time, 23:59
for example, Monday.
00:00 -
23:59.
Week:
Monday -
Sunday.

Rule Area

DSCP Match Value: Match Value: This parameter indicates the ACL-based DSCP
0 - 63. 0. rule. It is used to set the DSCP priority of an IP
Wildcards: 0 Wildcards: 0. packet. If the field in a packet does not match the
- 63. Enable: No. field in the rule, this packet does not use the rule.
Enable: Yes Match value: Indicates the DSCP priority of an
or no. IP packet. It is used to mark the data level.
Wildcards: Indicates a mask.
Enable: Sets whether to use the rule.

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Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Outer VLAN Match Value: Match Value: This parameter indicates the outer VLAN priority
Priority 0 - 7. 0. based on the ACL policy. If the field in a packet
Wildcards: 0 Wildcards: 0. does not match the field in the rule, this packet
- 7. Enable: No. does not use the rule.
Enable: Yes Match Value: Indicates the outer VLAN priority.
or no. Wildcards: Indicates a mask.
Enable: Sets whether to use the rule.

Inner VLAN Match Value: Match Value: This parameter indicates the inner VLAN priority
Priority 0 - 7. 0. based on the ACL policy. If the field in a packet
Wildcards: 0 Wildcards: 0. does not match the field in the rule, this packet
- 7. Enable: No. does not use the rule.
Enable: Yes Match Value: Indicates the inner VLAN priority.
or no. Wildcards: Indicates a mask.
Enable: Sets whether to use the rule.

TCP/UDP Match Value: Match Value: This parameter indicates the Layer 4 source port
Source Port 1 - 65535. 1. (TCP/UDP source port) value based on the ACL
Wildcards: 1 Wildcards: 1. policy. If the field in a packet does not match the
- 65535. Enable: No. field in the rule, this packet does not use the rule.
Enable: Yes Match Value: Layer 4 source port
or no. Wildcards: Indicates a mask.
Enable: Sets whether to use the rule.

TCP/UDP Match Value: Match Value: This parameter indicates the Layer 4 destination
Destination 1 - 65535. 1. port (TCP/UDP destination port) value based on
Port Wildcards: 1 Wildcards: 1. the ACL policy. If the field in a packet does not
- 65535. Enable: No. match the field in the rule, this packet does not
Enable: Yes use the rule.
or no. Match Value: Layer 4 destination port.
Wildcards: Indicates a mask.
Enable: Sets whether to use the rule.

Source IP Match Value: Match Value: This parameter indicates the ACL-based source
00.00.00.00 - 10.10.10.10. IP address. If the field in a packet does not
255.255.255. Wildcards: match the field in the rule, this packet does not
255. 255.0.0.0. use the rule.
Wildcards: Enable: No. Match Value: Source IP address.
00.00.00.00 - Wildcards: Indicates a mask.
255.255.255. Enable: Sets whether to use the rule.
255.
Enable: Yes
or no.

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Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Destination Match Value: Match Value: This parameter indicates the ACL-based
IP 00.00.00.00 - 10.10.10.10. destination IP address. If the field in a packet
255.255.255. Wildcards: does not match the field in the rule, this packet
255. 255.0.0.0. does not use the rule.
Wildcards: Enable: No. Match Value: Destination IP address.
00.00.00.00 - Wildcards: Indicates a mask.
255.255.255. Enable: Sets whether to use the rule.
255.
Enable: Yes
or no.

Source MAC Match Value: Match Value: This parameter indicates the ACL-based source
00-00-00-00- 22-22-22-22- MAC address. If the field in a packet does not
00-00 - 255- 22-22. match the field in the rule, this packet does not
255-255- Wildcards: use the rule.
255-255-255. FF-FF-FF- Match Value: Source MAC.
Wildcards: FF-FF-FF. Wildcards: Indicates a mask.
00-00-00-00- Enable: No. Enable: Sets whether to use the rule.
00-00 - 255-
255-255-
255-255-255.
Enable: Yes
or no.

Destination Match Value: Match Value: This parameter indicates the ACL-based
MAC 00-00-00-00- 22-22-22-22- destination MAC address. If the field in a packet
00-00 - 255- 22-22. does not match the field in the rule, this packet
255-255- Wildcards: does not use the rule.
255-255-255. FF-FF-FF- Match Value: Destination MAC.
Wildcards: FF-FF-FF. Wildcards: Indicates a mask.
00-00-00-00- Enable: No. Enable: Sets whether to use the rule.
00-00 - 255-
255-255-
255-255-255.
Enable: Yes
or no.

IPV6 TC Match Value: Match Value: This parameter indicates the ACL-based IPV6
0 - 255. 1. traffic class value. If the field in a packet does
Wildcards: 0 Wildcards: 1. not match the field in the rule, this packet does
- 255. Enable: No. not use the rule.
Enable: Yes Match Value: IPV6 traffic class value
or no. Wildcards: Indicates a mask.
Enable: Sets whether to use the rule.

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Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Outer VLAN Match Value: Match Value: This parameter indicates the ACL-based outer
ID 1 - 4094. 1. VLAN ID. If the field in a packet does not match
Wildcards: 1 Wildcards: 1. the field in the rule, this packet does not use
- 4095. Enable: No. the rule.
Enable: Yes Match Value: Outer VLAN ID.
or no. Wildcards: Indicates a mask.
Enable: Sets whether to use the rule.

Inner VLAN Match Value: Match Value: This parameter indicates the ACL-based inner
ID 1 - 4094. 1. VLAN ID. If the field in a packet does not match
Wildcards: 1 Wildcards: 1. the field in the rule, this packet does not use
- 4095. Enable: No. the rule.
Enable: Yes Match Value: Inner VLAN ID.
or no. Wildcards: Indicates a mask.
Enable: Sets whether to use the rule.

Ethernet Match Value: Match Value: This parameter indicates the ACL-based
Type 1 - 65535. 1. Ethernet type. If the field in a packet does not
Wildcards: 1 Wildcards: 1. match the field in the rule, this packet does not
- 65535. Enable: No. use the rule.
Enable: Yes Match Value: Ethernet type.
or no. Wildcards: Indicates a mask.
Enable: Sets whether to use the rule.

MPLS EXP Match Value: Match Value: This parameter indicates the test field in the
0 - 7. 0. MPLS head.
Wildcards: 0 Wildcards: 0.
- 7. Enable: No.
Enable: Yes
or no.

4. Click Apply.
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5.3.4 Configuring a Egress Priority


In some cases, users want to maintain the internal queue scheduling and packet discarding
priorities in the next hop by the PRI and DEI fields of the outer-layer SVLAN. In other
cases, however, users do not want to modify the VLANQoS domain. In response to users'
requirements, a switch control is provided, and by default, the internal queue scheduling
and packet discarding priorities will not be maintained in the next hop.

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Prerequisite
You have configured the queue priority of a port. Otherwise, the default priority mapping
is used.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > QoS > Priority Egress. The Priority Egress
page is displayed.

2. Select the port to be modified, click . The Modify Egress Priority dialog box is
displayed, see Figure 5-15.

Figure 5-15 Modify Egress Priority Dialog Box

3. Select Enable from the Modify Egress Priority drop-down list. Click Apply.
l Enable: Modifies the priority or DEI of the egress packets of a port.
l Disable: The priority or DEI of the egress packets of a port is not modified.
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5.3.5 Configuring Packet Aging Time


The packet aging function is provided for the delay-unaware services such as voice
services. Different queues are configured with different packet aging time.

The aging time starts after a data packet enters the system. If the data packet does not
go out of the egress before the aging time ends, this data packet is discarded.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > QoS > Packet Aging. The Packet Aging
page is displayed, see Figure 5-16.

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Figure 5-16 Packet Aging Page

2. Set packet aging parameters. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table 5-5.

Table 5-5 Packet Aging Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Packet Aging l Enable Disable This parameter indicates whether to


l Disable enable the packet aging function.

QeAgeTime(ms)[ 125 - 7162 125 This parameter indicates the


125,7162] packet aging time of the
BE/AF1/AF2/AF3/AF4/EF/CS6/CS7
queues.

3. Click Apply.

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5.3.6 Configuring Traffic Rate Limiting


This procedure describes how to configure the traffic rate limiting policy for a port to prevent
the port from being congested and to provide flexible rate limiting policies.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > QoS > Flow Rate Limit. The Flow Rate
Limit page is displayed, see Figure 5-17.

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Figure 5-17 Flow Rate Limit Page

2. Select a port. Click . The Flow Rate Limit dialog box is displayed, see Figure
5-18.

Figure 5-18 Flow Rate Limit Dialog Box

3. Set flow rate limiting parameters. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table
5-6.

Table 5-6 Parameter Descriptions for Port Flow Rate Limit

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Flow Control l Off Off This parameter describes whether to


l FC enable the traffic shaping function.
l PFC Off. Lack of traffic shaping may have
impact on the network.
FC refers to the port-based traffic
control.
PFC refers to the port queue
priority-based traffic control.

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Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Flow Control l TX TX&RX This parameter indicates the traffic


Type l RX control direction.
l TX&RX l TX: The sending end traffic is
controlled.
l RX: The receiving end traffic is
controlled.
l TX&RX: Both of sending and
receiving end traffic are controlled.

Ingress Rate l Off Off This parameter indicates whether


Limit l On to enable the ingress rate limiting
function.

Ingress Max 64 - 10000000 64 This parameter indicates the maximum


Rate(Kbps) ingress rate. The ingress packet rate
must be lower than this value.

Ingress Burst 64 - 10000000 64 This parameter indicates the ingress


Size(Kbps) burst size, meaning the depth of the
ingress token bucket.

Storm Control 64 - 10000000 64 This parameter indicates the storm


Rate(Kbps) control rate.

4. Click Apply.
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5.4 Configuring HQoS


l This procedure describes how to configure queue management policies for eight QoS
queues.
l This procedure also describes how to configure the congestion management policies
for devices. The congestion management policies include:
à Random early detection: This congestion management policy provides a flexible
method to configure the packet discard threshold and probability in accordance
with the color of each queue. The packet discard threshold and probability of
packets in red and yellow are the same, while the packet discard threshold and
probability of packets in green are independent.

à Weighted random early detection: Compared with the random early detection, the
weighted random early detection distinguishes data of different types, meaning
that data of each type uses independent packet discard threshold and probability.

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Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > HQoS. The HQoS Mode page is displayed.

Figure 5-19 HQoS Mode Page

2. Select the port to be configured from the Port drop-down list. Select Detach from the
Attach Configuration drop-down list.
3. Select a mode type from the Mode Type drop-down list. Click Apply, see Figure 5-20.

Figure 5-20 Selecting a Mode Type

4. Click Congest Parameter. Click Add. The Congest Parameter page is displayed,
see Figure 5-21.

Figure 5-21 Congest Parameter Page

5. Set the congestion parameters. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table 5-7.

Table 5-7 Congestion Management Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Name - - Name of a user-defined congestion


policy.

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Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Congest Policy l Random Weighted This parameter indicates the packet


Early Random discard policy in congestion mode.
Detection Early
l Weighted Detection
Random
Early
Detection

Red/Yel- 0 - 100 0 This parameter indicates the


low/Green red/yellow/green packet length
Min/Max Drop percentage. If the percentage is
Threshold reached, packets are discarded in
accordance with the corresponding
packet discard rate.

Red/Yel- l 0 - 10 0 This parameter indicates the


low/Green Drop l 25 red/yellow/green packet discard
Percent(%) l 50 percentage.
l 75
l 100

6. Click the HQoS Parameter tab. The HQoS Parameter tab is displayed, see Figure
5-22.

Figure 5-22 HQoS Parameter Page

a. Click the button corresponding to a port. The port parameter page is displayed,
see Figure 5-23.

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Figure 5-23 Port Parameter Page

b. Click the button of a QoS queue. Configure the scheduling policy of the queue,
see Figure 5-24.

Figure 5-24 Configuring the Queue Parameters

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5.5 Configuring MPLS QoS


The ZXMW NR8961 can determine packet scheduling priorities in accordance with the
802.1q priority, DSCP priority and MPLS tag information contained in packets, thus
ensuring that important service traffic is not delayed or discarded and that the network
operates in an effective way.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > MPLS QoS. The MPLS QoS page is
displayed, see Figure 5-25.

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Figure 5-25 MPLS QoS Page

2. Click Add. The DS Profile tab is displayed, see Figure 5-26.

Figure 5-26 DS Profile Tab

3. Set the DS profile parameters. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table 5-8.

Table 5-8 DS Profile Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Name - - Name of a DS profile. It must begin


with a character and can include only
characters and digits, range: 1 - 19.

PSC BE, AF1, AF2, - Queue mapping relationship of a DS


AF3, AF4, EF, profile.
CS6, and CS7 l IPHB: Ingress.
l OPHB: Egress.

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Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

COLOR Green, red, and - Mapping color of a DS profile.


yellow. l IPHB: Ingress.
l OPHB: Egress.

EXP 0-7 - Priority of a DS profile.


l IPHB: Ingress.
l OPHB: Egress.

4. Click the EXP Mapping tab. Select a port. Click , see Figure 5-27.

Figure 5-27 EXP Mapping

5. Set the EXP mapping parameters. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table
5-9.

Table 5-9 EXP Mapping Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

DS Profile ID of - - This parameter indicates the DS profile


LSP IN ID of LSP IN.

Pipe Model of l Pipe Pipe This parameter indicates the pipe model
LSP IN l Uniform of LSP IN
l Short Pipe

PSC of LSP IN BE, AF1, AF2, - This parameter indicates the mapping
AF3, AF4, EF, priority of LSP IN.
CS6, and CS7

Color of LSP IN Green, red, and - This parameter indicates the mapping
yellow. color of LSP IN.

DS Profile ID of - - This parameter indicates the DS profile


LSP OUT ID of LSP OUT.

Pipe Model of l Pipe Pipe This parameter indicates the pipe model
LSP OUT l Uniform of LSP OUT.
l Short Pipe

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Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

PSC of LSP OUT BE, AF1, AF2, - This parameter indicates the mapping
AF3, AF4, EF, priority of LSP OUT.
CS6, and CS7

Color of LSP Green, red, and - This parameter indicates the mapping
OUT yellow. color of LSP OUT.

DS Profile ID of - - This parameter indicates the DS profile


L2 PW ID of L2 PW.

Pipe Model of L2 l Pipe Pipe This parameter indicates the pipe model
PW l Uniform of L2 PW
l Short Pipe

PSC of L2 PW BE, AF1, AF2, - This parameter indicates the mapping


AF3, AF4, EF, priority of L2 PW.
CS6, and CS7

Color of L2 PW Green, red, and - This parameter indicates the mapping


yellow color of L2 PW.

DS Profile ID of - - This parameter indicates the DS profile


L3 PW ID of L3 PW.

Pipe Model of L3 l Pipe Pipe This parameter indicates the pipe model
PW l Uniform of L3 PW
l Short Pipe

PSC of L3 PW BE, AF1, AF2, - This parameter indicates the mapping


AF3, AF4, EF, priority of L3 PW.
CS6, and CS7

Color of L3 PW Green, red, and - This parameter indicates the mapping


yellow. color of L3 PW.

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5.6 Configuring ERPS 2.0


The Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS 2008) protocol is used to block redundancy
links in a single ring network, so that no broadcast storms are generated and the links
between devices can operate properly. ERPS has a fast response speed for link faults,
and therefore the service interruption time in the case of a switchover is short. When the
primary link is faulty, the corresponding ports are blocked, and services are switched over
to the standby link. After the primary link is restored, services are switched back to the
primary link.

ERPS 2010 introduces the multi-ring and multi-instance concept on the basis of the 2008
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a protocol operation entity that protects a specific VlanGroup service on a physical ring.
ERPS instances are independent of each other, and ERPS operates on them. Different
backup links are blocked to achieve the load balancing and link protection of different VLAN
services over links.

Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > ERPS > ERPS2.0 Global to enter the
ERPS2.0 Global tab, see Figure 5-28.

Figure 5-28 ERPS2.0 Global Tab

2. Set ERPS 2.0 parameters, and click Apply. For a description of the parameters, refer
to Table 5-10.

Table 5-10 ERPS 2.0 Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

State l Disable Disable Sets whether to enable ERPS 2.0.


l Enable When ERPS 2.0 is enabled, CFM must be
enabled, and XSTP, ELPS, and ERPS must be
disabled.

Version l Com- ERPS2.0 Specifies a protocol version number. If


patibility Mode Compatibility Mode is selected, ERPS devices
Mode can be used in the network, and VLANs are
l ERPS2. not distinguished in the single-ring network.
0 Mode If ERPS2.0 Mode is selected, multiple ring
instances can be configured.

3. In the ERPS2.0 Vlan area, click Add. The ERPS2.0 Vlan pane is displayed, see
Figure 5-29.

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Figure 5-29 ERPS2.0 Vlan Pane

4. Set VlanGroup parameters, and click Apply. For a description of the VlanGroup
parameters, refer to Table 5-11.

Table 5-11 VlanGroup Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

VlanGroupID 1–10 - VlanGroup ID.

VLAN Map 1–4094 - You can specify a value in the range of 1–100 or
300–350 or directly enter 245.
If Version is set to Compatibility Mode, only
one VlanGroup is configured, and the VLAN
Map parameter supports a value in the range
of 1–4094.

5. In the ERPS2.0 Ring Instance area, click Add, see Figure 5-30.

Figure 5-30 ERPS2.0 Ring Instance Pane

6. Set ring instance parameters, and click Apply. For a description of the parameters,
refer to Table 5-12.

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Table 5-12 ERPS 2.0 Ring Instance Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Ring ID 1–10 - Select a value from the drop-down list. After a


value is specified, the previous setting is deleted
from the drop-down list.

VlanGroupID 1–10 - Select a value from the drop-down list. The


VlanGroupIDs in all VlanGroup tables can be
selected.

RPLl Role l RPL Other One ERPS ring can have only one RPL Owner
Owner and at least one RPL Neighbor.
l RPL
Neigh-
bor
l Other

Revertive l Non Re- Revertive Valid only if Rpl Role is set to RPL Owner.
Mode vertive
l Re-
vertive

Ring Role l Major Major Ring Type of the ring instance.


Ring
l Sub
Ring

RPL Port l West - Valid only if Rpl Role is set to RPL Owner or
Port RPL Neighbor.
l East
Port

East Port - - -

West Port - - -

Propa- l Disable Enable Sets whether to send the TC packets over the
gate_TC l Enable subring to the master ring for flooding purposes.
This parameter is required only if Ring Role is
set to Sub Ring.

RAPS Virtual l Disable Enable Sets whether to enable virtual channels on the
Channel l Enable subring. After virtual channels are enabled,
the control packets over the subring can be
transmitted over the master ring.
This parameter is required only if Ring Role is
set to Sub Ring.

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Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Virtual 1–4094 - VLANs must be configured within the VLAN


Channel Vlan bitmap range of the VlanGroup.

HoldOff- 0–10000 0 When a link is broken, a link interruption event


Timer(ms) 100 ms/step is reported after a period of time specified
by HoldOffTimer, and then ring protection is
enabled.
The parameter setting is intended to wait for the
automatic restoration of links.

WTR 1–12 5 Wait To Restore Timer.


Timer(min) 1 min/step This parameter is valid only if RPL Role is set to
RPL Owner.
When a link is broken and then restored,
services are switched back to the original
working link after a period of time specified by
WRT Timer, and the link that the RPL port (of
the RPL Owner NE) belongs to is disconnected.

Guard- 10–2000 500 When a link is broken and then restored, the
Timer(ms) 10 ms/step devices on both ends of the link start to transmit
packets after a period of time specified by
GuardTimer, so that the expiration of packets
can be avoided.

Multiple l Primary None This parameter is configured only on the nodes


Failer Role l Sec- that are connected over a subring. If this
ondary parameter is set to Primary or Secondary,
l None an Up MEP must be configured on the
corresponding ERPS port. If two connected
nodes pass Up MEP connectivity detection,
when a link is broken, the Primary node sends
an MS command to trigger a subring switchover.

MultipleFail- 1–4094 - The Up MEP PVID that is configured on a port


erVlan should be within the VLAN bitmap range of the
VlanGroup that the ring belongs to.

APS Level 0–7 7 -

VLAN ID 1–4094 1 -

7. Click CMD ID to open the CMD ID pane, see Figure 5-31.

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Figure 5-31 CMD ID Pane

8. Set management command parameters, and click Apply. For a description of the
command parameters, refer to Table 5-13.

Table 5-13 Management Command Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Ring ID 1–10 - Select an ID of the instance for which you want


to execute management commands.

CMD ID l MS - l MS: Manual Switching


l FS l FS: Forced Switching
l Clear l Clear: clears the MS or FS command.

Port l East - When an MS or FS command is executed for


Port a port, the port is blocked. It is not needed
l West to select a port when the Clear command is
Port executed.

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5.7 Configuring LACP


LACP is an IEEE 802.3ad-compliant dynamic link aggregation protocol. Multiple physical
interfaces can be bound into a logical interface to form redundancy backup relationships
between these interfaces, so that load sharing can be implemented.
LACP allows the binding of multiple physical links into a logical link, and then a link
aggregation group is generated. This group provides the following functions: increased
bandwidth (after binding, the total bandwidth is the sum of the bandwidths of all physical
links in the link aggregation group, enhanced system stability and availability (if a physical
link is blocked, the whole group is still available), load sharing (traffic is shared among
aggregation links in accordance with the specified policy).

Prerequisite
l Boards and ports are already added.

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l The corresponding ports are already enabled in the Ethernet interface configuration.

Steps
1. Perform the following operations to configure an LACP aggregation group:
a. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > LACP > LACP Port Configuration.
The LACP Port Configuration tab is displayed. Click Add. The LAG pane is
displayed, see Figure 5-32.

Figure 5-32 LAG Pane

b. Set LACP aggregation group parameters. For a description of the parameters,


refer to Table 5-14.

Table 5-14 LACP Aggregation Group Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Aggregation 1–16 1 Uniquely identifies an


Index aggregation group. Multiple
groups can be aggregated on
a device, and each group is
identified by an ID.

Aggregation smartgroup1–smart- smart- Uniquely identifies an


Name group16 group1 aggregation group, and cannot
be modified.

Aggregation 1–65535 1 The smaller the value, the higher


Priority the priority.

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Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Aggregation l Static Static If Static is specified, an


Priority l Manual aggregation group is determined
in accordance with the calculation
of the protocol.
If Manual is specified, an
aggregation group is generated
in accordance with the
configuration. The sending
and receiving of packets is not
performed in manual aggregation.

Load Strategy l Source MAC Source Specifies a load balancing policy


l Destination MAC MAC for the aggregation group.
l Source and
Destination MAC
l Source IP
l Destination IP
l Source and
Destination IP
l Enhanced Load
Balance

LAG Port Displays a list of - You can specify a maximum of


member ports. eight member ports or a minimum
of two member ports.
An LACP port belongs to only
one aggregation group.

c. Click Apply.
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5.8 Configuring LCPT


Link Capacity Pass Through (LCPT) is used to implement interaction between microwaves
and eNodeBs to enhance network utilization.

1. When the microwave link capacity changes, the ZXMW NR8961 sends LCPT
information to the corresponding eNodeB.
2. After receiving LCPT information, the eNodeB reports it to the eNodeB controller.
3. The controller then instructs the eNodeB to change the service access rate.

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Steps
1. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > LCPT > LCPT Port Configuration, and open
the Core Node Configuration pane, see Figure 5-33.

Figure 5-33 Core Node Configuration Pane

2. Select a port from the Direct Port list, and click Apply.
3. In the End Node Configuration area, click Add to open the End Node Configuration
pane, see Figure 5-34.

Figure 5-34 End Node Configuration Pane

4. Set end node parameters, and then click Apply. For a description of the node
parameters, refer to Table 5-15.

Table 5-15 End Node Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Setting Description

BS Name - BS -

Direct Port - - You need to select a port


other than the core node
from the drop-down list.

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Parameter Value Default Setting Description

Bandwidth - 10 Specifies a required


Require(Mbps) bandwidth.

5. On the navigation bar, select Ethernet > LCPT > Up And Down Info. Open the Up
And Down Info tab, and check the uplink and downlink configuration, see Figure 5-35.

Figure 5-35 Uplink and Downlink Configuration

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Table of Contents
Configuring Global Clock Parameters.........................................................................6-1
Configuring Global SSM Parameters ..........................................................................6-2
Configuring a Clock Port.............................................................................................6-3
Configuring a PTP Port...............................................................................................6-5

6.1 Configuring Global Clock Parameters


This procedure describes how to configure global clock parameters, including the
synchronization mode, clock source selection policy, and the output configuration of
1PPS and BITS clocks.

Steps
1. Select Clock > PTP > Global. The Global tab is displayed, see Figure 6-1.

Figure 6-1 Global Tab

2. Set global clock parameters.

3. Click Apply.

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6.2 Configuring Global SSM Parameters


This procedure describes how to configure global SSM parameters. When the clock source
policy in the global configuration is set to SSM Based, the global SSM configuration may
affect the selection of a clock source.

Steps
1. Select Clock > CSM > Global. The Global tab is displayed, see Figure 6-2.

Figure 6-2 Configuring Global SSM Parameters

2. Set global SSM parameters. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table 6-1.

Table 6-1 Global SSM Parameter Descriptions

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

SSM protocol l Standard Standard Mode of using the SSM algorithm.


l Extend The standard algorithm takes into
account only the quality level of the clock
source. Besides the above information,
the extended algorithm also takes into
account NE information, so that the clock
links are not formed into a ring. Moreover,
the extended algorithm selects a clock
source by taking into account the number
of nodes that clock links pass through.

Node Station l Yes No In the case of free-run mode:


l No l The clock NE can act as a clock
source for lower-level devices.
l The non-clock NE cannot act as a
clock source for lower-level devices.

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Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Station ID 1–7 7 The NE attribute is enabled only when


the SSM protocol is used as an extended
algorithm. After ID protection is enabled,
whether the input clock is a local output
clock is determined in accordance with
the attribute, so that clock links are not
formed into a ring.

Station ID Enable l Disable Disable The NE attribute is enabled only when


l Enable the SSM protocol is used as an extended
algorithm. After ID protection is enabled,
clock links are not formed into a ring.

3. Click Apply.
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6.3 Configuring a Clock Port


This procedure describes how to configure a clock port for a board. The involved
parameters are the clock type, configuration mode, and clock priority.

Steps
1. Select Clock > GSM > Clock. The Clock tab is displayed.
Clock types vary with boards. For specific clock configuration relationships, refer to
Table 6-2.

Table 6-2 Clock Configuration Relationships

No. Board Type Configurable Port Constraint

1 RCUC2 NMS: Only the SyncE type can -


be specified.
GbE: Only the SyncE type can
be specified.
PTP: Only the PTP type can
be specified.
CLK: Either 1PPS or BITS can
be specified.

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No. Board Type Configurable Port Constraint

2 RTUB Eight E1 links can be l When the RTUB board


configured to be of the E1 operates in ADM mode,
type. two STM-1 ports are
SDH (1): The SDH type can provided, and STM-1
be specified. clocks 1 and 2 can be
SDH (2): The SDH type can configured.
be specified. l When the RTUB board
operates in Transparent
mode, one STM-1 port
and one STM-4 port are
provided, and STM-1 and
STM-4 clocks can be
configured.

3 RTUC 32 E1 links can be configured -


to be of the E1 type.

4 RTUNO When these boards are -


installed in slots 2 to 4, all
5 RTUNE
GbE ports can be configured
6 RTUHO
as clock ports. However, a
7 RTUHE maximum of two SyncE clock
ports can be configured for
each of the boards.
When these boards are
installed in slots 5 to 8, only
the GbE1 port of the RTUH
board is configurable, and
only the GbE1 and E1 ports
of the RTUN board can be
configured as clock ports.
The SyncE type can be
specified.

2. The basic information about all configurable clock sources is displayed on the page.
Click the clock source that you want to operate, and click Add Clock. The Add Clock
pane is displayed, see Figure 6-3. Set clock parameters in accordance with the data
plan.

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Figure 6-3 Clock Port Configuration

3. Click Apply.
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6.4 Configuring a PTP Port


This procedure describes how to configure a PTP port to implement time synchronization
and clock synchronization between devices.

l Configure PTP Profile.


The PTP type needs to be specified as required. After the type is modified, all PTP
ports are automatically deleted.

l Configure global PTP parameters.


In the global PTP configuration, you can specify the PTP clock type, clock attribute,
BMC algorithm, packet loss threshold, and clock priorities as needed.

l Configure air-interface TC
Whether the air-interface TC function needs to be enabled for a transmission unit
should be specified.

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l Configure PTP port parameters


The physical port, logical PTP port, PTP port status, destination IP address of PTP
packets, port status, unicast negotiation (only in unicast mode), packet sending
interval and duration, protocol type configuration, and link compensation need to be
specified.
l Configure an asymmetric compensation value for the 1588 clock
The link transmission latency on the line side is asymmetric. However, this can be
compensated by adding the port compensation value that is manually configured to
the CF field.

Prerequisite
l The board where the PTP port is configured.
l The Ethernet port of the board is configured.

Steps
Configuring PTP Profile
1. Select Clock > PTP > Global. Click Profile, and select a PTP type, see Figure 6-4.

Figure 6-4 Selecting a PTP Type

2. Click Apply.
Configuring Global PTP Parameters
3. Select Clock > PTP > Global. The Global pane is displayed. Set global PTP
parameters, see Figure 6-5.

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Figure 6-5 Global Pane

4. Click Apply.
Configuring Air-Interface TC
5. Select Clock > PTP > Global. Open the Radio Port TC Configuration pane, see
Figure 6-6.

Figure 6-6 Radio Port TC Configuration Pane

6. Select Enable or Disable, and click Apply.

Configure an Asymmetric Compensation Value


7. Select Clock > PTP > Global. Open the Asymmetry Compensation pane, see
Figure 6-7.

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Figure 6-7 Asymmetry Compensation Pane

8. Select a port that you want to operate, and specify an asymmetry compensation value
(range: –100000 ns through 100000 ns).

9. Click Apply.
Configure a PTP Port
10. Select Clock > PTP > Port. Click Add Port. The Add Port pane is displayed, see
Figure 6-8. Set PTP port parameters.

Figure 6-8 Add Port Pane

11. Click Apply.

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Configuring Security
Information
Table of Contents
Configuring User Security...........................................................................................7-1
Configuring WIFI ........................................................................................................7-3

7.1 Configuring User Security


l Account lockout: When the maximum number of times that a wrong password can
be consecutively entered is reached, the system locks the account. However, the
account is automatically unlocked after a period of time, or manually unlocked by the
administrator
l Account restriction or disabling: When an account is unnecessary, all operations of
the account can be restricted. You can also enable this account to restore its all
permissions as needed.

Prerequisite
You are logged in to the LMT as the administrator.

Steps
Configuring Account Lockout

1. Select Security > User. The User tab is displayed, see Figure 7-1.

Figure 7-1 User Tab

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2. In the Modify Password area, specify Current Password, New password, and
Confirm New Password. For a description of the password parameters, refer to the
following table.

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

Current - admin Password for logging in to the LMT of the


Password microwave NE.

New password - - It also uppercase and lowercase letters, digits,


and special characters. Moreover, more than
two consecutive same characters are not
allowed. Range: 8–15 characters.

Confirm New - - It must be the same as the setting in New


Password password.

3. In the Security area, specify Lock Threshold(times) and Lock Time(m). For a
description of the security parameters, refer to the following table.

Parame- Value Default Description


ter Setting

Lock 1–10 5 Maximum number of times that a wrong password


Threshol- can be consecutively entered. If this threshold is
d(times) reached, the account is locked.

Lock 10, 20, 30, 40, 10 Unit: minute. After a period of time specified by this
Time(m) 50, or 60 parameter is reached, this account is automatically
unlocked.

4. Click Apply.
Configuring Account Restriction or Enabling
5. In the Management area, click Add to open the User Configuration pane, see Figure
7-2.

Figure 7-2 User Configuration Pane

For a description of the user parameters, refer to the following table.

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Parame- Value Default Description


ter Setting

User It must begin with a - Account for logging in to the LMT of the
Name character and can microwave NE.
include only characters
and digits, range: 6–15.

Right Options: Adminis- Permissions of the account.


l Administrator trator
l Operator
l Browser

Password It also uppercase and - Password for logging in to the LMT of the
lowercase letters, digits, microwave NE.
and special characters.
Moreover, more than
two consecutive same
characters are not
allowed. Range: 8–15
characters.

Confirm It must be the same as - Password for logging in to the LMT of the
Password the setting in Password. microwave NE.

Validity 0–360 0 Validity of the password for logging in to the


Range(D- LMT of the microwave NE.
ays) The value 0 indicates that the password is
valid for ever.

Switch Enable or Disable Enable Whether to enable the account for logging
in to the LMT of the microwave NE.

6. Click Apply.
– End of Steps –

7.2 Configuring WIFI


Steps
Configuring WIFI Information
1. Select Security > WIFI. The WIFI tab is displayed, see Figure 7-3.

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Figure 7-3 WIFI Configuration page

状 态 , 广 播 , and Password. For a description of the


2. In the WIFI area, specify WIFI状
password parameters, refer to the following table.

Parameter Value Default Description


Setting

WIFI状态 Enable Configuring WIFI state

广播 Enable Enable or not

Password - - It also uppercase and lowercase letters, digits,


and special characters. Moreover, more than
two consecutive same characters are not
allowed. Range: 8–15 characters.Password
cannot include user name inreverse order.

3. Click Apply to complete the WIFI configuration.


– End of Steps –

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ACL
- Access Control List
ACM
- Adaptive Coding and Modulation
BITS
- Building Integrated Timing Supply
BMC
- Best Master Clock
CAR
- Committed Access Rate
DSCP
- Differentiated Services Code Point
EDI
- External Device Interface
EOW
- Engineering Order-Wire

ERPS
- Ethernet Ring Protection Switching

GbE
- Gigabit Ethernet
IDU
- Indoor Unit
IP
- Internet Protocol
LACP
- Link Aggregation Control Protocol
LMSP
- Linear Multiplex Section Protection
LMT
- Local Maintenance Terminal

MPLS
- Multiprotocol Label Switching
MSE
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NMS
- Network Management System
ODU
- Outdoor Unit
PC
- Personal Computer
PTP
- Precision Time Protocol
QoS
- Quality of Service
RCU
- Radio Core Cross-connect Unit
RMU
- Radio Modulation Unit
RSUA
- Radio Service Unit A

RTU
- Radio Traffic Unit
RTUB
- Radio Traffic Unit B
RTUC
- Radio Traffic Unit C
RTUH
- Radio Traffic Unit H
RTUN
- Radio Traffic Unit N
SDH
- Synchronous Digital Hierarchy

SNCP
- Sub-Network Connection Protection
SSM
- Synchronization Status Message
STM
- Synchronous Transfer Mode
SVLAN
- Service Virtual Local Area Network

TCP
- Transmission Control Protocol

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TDM
- Time Division Multiplexing
VLAN
- Virtual Local Area Network
XPIC
- Cross Polarization Interference Canceller

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