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FSP 150-GE11x Pro

Fiber Service Platform 150-GE11x Pro

QuickStart Guide

Product Release: 8.5


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Table of Contents
Table of Contents 3

Quick Start Guide 5

Document Overview 6
Audience 7
Related Documentation 7
Documentation Feedback 8
Obtaining Technical Assistance 8
Network Topology 9
GE11xPro Hardware Overview 11
FSP 150-GE11xPro Chassis 11
GE112Pro 11
GE112Pro (m) 12
GE112Pro (H) 13
GE114Pro (C) 13
GE114Pro (SH) 14
GE114Pro (CSH) 15
GE114Pro (HE) 16
Installation, Commissioning and Communications Provisioning 18
Upgrade Software 18

Use Cases 19

Ethernet Private Line Service Provisioning 19


Ethernet Virtual Private Line Service Provisioning 26
Precision Time Protocol (PTP) Use Cases 36
Create a Mini-GM Clock in G.8265.1 Topology 36
Create Boundary Clock in G.8265.1 Topology 37
Create a Slave Clock in G.8265.1 Topology 39
Create a Mini-GM Clock in G.8275.1 Topology 41
Create a Mini-GM Clock in G.8275.1 Topology + PTP Backup (Assisted Partial Timing Support) 42
Service Activation Testing Provisioning 43
ConnectGuard Use Case 60
Ethernet over Multiprotocol Label Switching (EoMPLS) Use Case 61
L3 Service Forwarding Use Case 62
Bidirectional Fault Detection (BFD) Use Case 63
OpenFlow Provisioning 64
Configure OpenFlow Controller 67
Configure Management Tunnels 67
Enable Software License for OpenFlow 68
Configure OpenFlow-Capable Switch 69
Configure OpenFlow Logical Switch 69
Enable Ethernet Ports for OpenFlow 70
Configure OpenFlow Queue 72

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Enter OpenFlow Controller Information 74
Configure OpenFlow with OpenFlow Controller 75
Verify OpenFlow Configuration on Switch 76
View OpenFlow Statistics 78
View OpenFlow Queue Statistics 79

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Introduction

This document’s intended use is to facilitate a user familiar with the operation of Ethernet
equipment to quickly install the Fiber Service Platform (FSP) 150-GE112Pro/GE112Pro
(m)/GE112Pro (H)/GE114Pro/GE114S/GE114Pro (C)/
GE114Pro (SH)/GE114SH/GE114Pro (CSH)/ GE114Pro (HE) (FSP 150-GE11xPro) and
to provide procedures to quickly provision the unit using specific provisioning examples.

The FSP 150-GE11xPro is designed to make the original turn-up process as easy as
possible. It is recommended that the reader use the FSP 150-GE11xPro Installation and
Operations Manual instead of this guide, as it contains more detailed procedures and
includes detailed explanations of each settable option for the FSP 150-GE11xPro.

The FSP 150 family of Ethernet access products provides devices for Ethernet
demarcation, extension and aggregation to support delivery of intelligent Ethernet
services, both in-region and out-of-region. The FSP 150 family of products target the
Ethernet Access Market and offer a suite of modular products that address Ethernet
service delivery over a number of standard telecommunication formats and media.

ADVA Optical Networking’s patent-pending Etherjack technology allows a carrier to


deploy profitable Ethernet services by providing an intelligent Ethernet demarcation point
that includes an 802.1ag, Y.1731 and 802.3ah compliant Network Interface Device (NID)
for OAM functionality, plus a Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) certified User Network
Interface (UNI) for providing advanced services definition. In addition to Y.1731, the
Network Interface Device (NID) supports Etherjack Service Assurance (ESA) for in-
service SLA monitoring critical for carrier-class Ethernet services. The Etherjack service
UNI provides service intelligence necessary for defining Committed Information Rate
(CIR), Excess Information Rate (EIR) and burst size of individual port flow, priorities or
VLANs. ADVA Optical Networking’s unique demarcation function enables carriers to
provide differentiated, profitable Ethernet services.

The evolving state of synchronization services raises issues of maintenance, operation


and performance assurance. For this purpose ADVA Optical Networking has introduced
a new concept called Syncjack™. Syncjack is a comprehensive technology for timing
distribution, monitoring and timing service assurance. A Dashboard indicator displays
analysis results (see Figure 1). The Global status reflects a composite of 3 status
meters: Clock Accuracy, Clock Analysis and Precision Time Protocol (PTP) Network
Analysis. For the indicator bar, a horizontal line indicates N/A, green indicates normal
operation, yellow indicates some issue exists, red indicates a significant problem.

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Figure 1: SyncJack Dashboard Indicator

TM
ConnectGuard is ADVA Optical Networking’s Trade Mark functionality that is

developed based on the Media Access Control (MAC) Security standard defined

in IEEE 802.1AE-2006 and IEEE 802.1AEbn-2011. It allows authorized systems

that attach to and interconnect LANs in a network to maintain confidentiality of


transmitted data and to take measures against frames transmitted or modified by
unauthorized devices.

Figure 2: Traffic Encrypted and Decrypted Statistics

Document Overview
Although this document focuses primarily on using the web-based Element Management
System (EMS) Graphical User Interface (GUI) to quickly provision the GE11xPro

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according to various use cases, equivalent CLI or SNMP commands may be used. For
more information regarding the CLI command structure, refer to the FSP 150-GE11xPro
Command Line Interface Reference Guide. For more information regarding the SNMP
command structure, refer to the FSP 150-GE11xPro SNMP Reference Manual.

For units to be implemented into the network, it is recommended that the reader use the
FSP 150-GE11xPro Provisioning and Operations Manual instead of this guide, as it
contains more detailed procedures and includes detailed explanations of each settable
option for the GE11xPro.

This guide has the following main sections:

l Introduction
l Network Topology
l GE11xPro Hardware Overview
l Installation, Commissioning and Communications Provisioning
l Upgrade Software
l Use Cases

This version of the FSP 150-GE11xPro Provisioning and Operations Manual is applicable
to the GE11xPro software release 7.1.1. For defect resolution and functional additions,
please refer to the Release Notes.

Audience
This document is intended to support the personnel who is commissioning the FSP 150-
GE11xPro. The reader must have sufficient knowledge of the following when using this
document:

l Internet Protocol (IP) addressing


l Ethernet port facility provisioning requirements
l Power handling and connection procedures (if connecting DC power)
l IEEE 1588-2008 specification
l BITS and synchronization provisioning requirements
l relevant ITU-T specification (i.e.Y.1564, G.8032)
l MAC-based service provisioning requirements
l IP-based service provisioning requirements
l IEEE specification (i.e. 802.1ad, 802.1ae-2006, 802.1ag, 802,3, etc)
l Open Flow specification
l RFC 4656 TWAMP specification

Related Documentation
Refer to the following documents for additional information about the FSP 150-
GE11xPro:

l FSP 150-GE11xPro 8.1 Installation and Commissioning Manual


l FSP 150-GE11xPro 8.1 Provisioning and Operations Manual
l FSP 150-GE11xPro 8.1 System Description

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l FSP 150-GE11xPro 8.1 Command Line Reference Guide


l FSP 150-GE11xPro 8.1 SNMP User Guide
l FSP 150-GE11xPro 8.1 NETCONF User Guide
l Safety Guide

Documentation Feedback
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We appreciate and value your comments/suggestions to improve the quality of our


manuals.

Obtaining Technical Assistance


Product Maintenance Agreements and other customer assistance agreements are
available for our products through your ADVA Optical Networking distribution channel.
Technical support is available to warranty or maintenance contract customers who need
technical assistance with a product that is under warranty or covered by a maintenance
contract.

To display ADVA Optical Networking’s Technical Support web site that includes all
contact information, go to the home page at http://www.advaoptical.com and
select “Customer Login”.

ADVA Optical Networking’s service options include:

l 24 X 7 telephone support
l web-based support tools
l on-site support
l technical training, both on-site and at company facilities in Germany, the UK and the
USA
l expedited repair service
l extended hardware warranty service

Customer Login ADVA Optical Networking’s partner login provides a suite of interactive, networking
services that provide immediate access to information and resources at any time, from
anywhere in the world. This highly integrated Internet application is a powerful, easy-to-
use tool for doing business with us.

The Customer Login’s broad range of features and services help customers to streamline
business processes and improve productivity. Through your customer login, you will find

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information tailored especially for you, including networking solutions, services, and
programs. In addition, you can resolve technical issues with online support services,
download and test software packages, and order training materials.

Contact your local sales office for information on obtaining a customer login.

Access your customer login via the home page at http://www.advaoptical.com

Network Topology
The FSP 150-GE11xPro is a next generation Ethernet demarcation unit with an extended
temperature range (-40C to +65C) which is suited for use in a remote terminal cabinet.

The FSP 150-GE11xPro may be deployed in a stand-alone configuration connected to a


third party switch. Management can be direct to the DCN interface on the front of the unit
or via in-band IP-based management tunnel. The service topology in this application
could take the form of either a hub or spoke configuration. In the spoke scenario, the
system will need to support a few EVCs. In the hub scenario, a much larger number of
EVCs would be required.

In a simple point-to-point application, systems may be connected back-to-back via direct


fiber connection (or via some optical path network). Management is only available at the
end-points for the circuit and one end of the link may act as a management proxy for the
remote system with communication via an embedded management tunnel.

The FSP 150CC-GE114S/GE114SH is a next generation Ethernet demarcation unit


designed for Synchronous Ethernet and cellular backhaul applications (see the following
figure).

Figure 3: FSP 150-GE11xPro in a Cellular Backhaul Application

A USB DCN port (cellular port) provides a wireless management port that can be
accessed via 3G/4G network so that user can connect to the FSP 150-GE11xPro without
cable connections, or it can work as a backup management port when the DCN LAN port
is disconnected. See Figure 4.

When the primary management connection is working with no trouble, FSP 150-
GE11xPro will report its public IP address acquired from 3G/4G service provider to a
Network manager via the primary management connection. If the primary management
connection fails, the user can use a PC/laptop to connect to the FSP 150-GE11xPro via a
public 3G/4G network.

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Figure 4: FSP 150-GE11xPro Management via 3G/4G DCN port

All GE11xPro products support Ethernet Ring Protection (ERP) as follows (see Figure 5
on p. 11):

l R-APS and ERP Control


l Up to two 2-Port Ring instances (Major Ring) on the Network Port pair
l User Actions of Forced Switch, Manual Switch and Clear
l User Ability to Configure Revertive and Non-Revertive modes
l FDB support for MAC Learning
l EPL and EVPL service support

The Ethernet Ring Protection (ERP) feature provides a mechanism for Ethernet service
recovery utilizing redundant paths configured in a logical ring topology, a loop avoidance
protocol and learning/forwarding/flooding of Ethernet frames.

A Major Ring consists of multiple Ring Nodes connected together in a ring topology. Loop
avoidance on a non-failed ring is achieved by blocking service frames on one of the links
in the ring – the Ring Protection Link (RPL). One of the Ring Nodes is designated as the
RPL Owner and this node performs the blocking of service frames to or from the RPL.

An optional RPL Neighbor Node can be configured to allow better bandwidth utilization for
multiple rings and for certain flush optimization scenarios. The RPL Neighbor Node also
blocks service frames to or from the RPL when the RPL is blocked by the RPL Owner.

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Figure 5: FSP 150-GE11xPro in a G.8032 Ring Application

RPL Owner
RPL BLock

Ring Protection Link


(RPL )

RPL Neighbor
MAJOR
RING

Ring Node

For more details regarding ERP functionality, see the FSP 150-GE11xPro System
Description document.

GE11xPro Hardware Overview

FSP 150-GE11xPro Chassis

GE112Pro
The FSP 150-GE112Pro has the following main features:

l One (Protected) Network interface that operates in optical mode (100BaseFX or


1000BaseX) via a Small Form factor Pluggable (SFP) transceiver or electrical
(10/100/1000BaseT) via RJ45 connector. Using both ports provides 1+1 protection.
Port 1 is dedicated as a Network port. Port 2 may be configured as either the Network
protection port or an Access port.
l Two Access interfaces (Three Optional - if Network protection is not
provisioned), configured as either electrical (10/100/1000BaseT) via RJ45 connector
or optical (100BaseFX or 1000BaseX) via an SFP transceiver.
l 802.1ad Provider Bridge C-Tag / S-Tag Mapping
l Etherjack Service Assurance (ESA) and Connectivity Fault Management (CFM)
l Y.1564 Service Activation Testing (SAT)
l Two-Way Active Measurement Protocol (TWAMP)
l Open Flow (OF)
l IP Services and ACL Filtering

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With four Ethernet copper/fiber combination ports, the FSP 150-GE112Pro device is
capable of supporting multiple customers or service configurations over an optional
protected GbE or 100FX optical connection. The GE112Pro supports four Ethernet
combination ports that may be configured for copper (10/100/1000BASE-T) or optical
(100BASE-FX/1000BASE-X). Port 1 is fixed and always designated as a Network port.
Port 2 (a flexible port) may be configured for LAG or 1+1 Network protection, or as an
Access port. Ports 3 and 4 are dedicated Access ports. The FSP 150-GE112Pro is a
version of the product that does not include Synchronous Ethernet (Sync-E) capability.
See Figure 6 for a front view of the FSP 150-GE112Pro.

The GE112Pro product is a 1U (44 mm) high, half-width (220 mm) and 218 mm deep
chassis, which may be ordered equipped with either a single AC or -48VDC integrated
power supply. The GE112Pro may also be powered via a 12V AC/DC power adapter.

Figure 6: FSP 150-GE112Pro

GE112Pro (m)
The FSP 150-GE112Pro (m) has the following main features:

l One (Protected) Network interface that operates in optical mode (100BaseFX or


1000BaseX) only via a Small Form factor Pluggable (SFP) transceiver. Using both
ports provides 1+1 protection. Port 1 is dedicated as a Network port. Port 2 may be
configured as either the Network protection port or an Access port.
l Two Access interfaces (Three Optional - if Network protection is not
provisioned), configured as optical (100BaseFX or 1000BaseX) via an SFP
transceiver, wherein only Port-4 can also be configured as electrical
(10/100/1000BaseT) via RJ45 connector.
l 802.1ad Provider Bridge C-Tag / S-Tag Mapping
l Etherjack Service Assurance (ESA) and Connectivity Fault Management (CFM)
l Y.1564 Service Activation Testing (SAT)
l Two-Way Active Measurement Protocol (TWAMP)
l Open Flow (OF)
l IP Services and ACL Filtering

With four Ethernet copper/fiber combination ports, the FSP 150-GE112Pro (m) device is
capable of supporting multiple customers or service configurations over an optional
protected GbE or 100FX optical connection. Port 1 is fixed and always designated as a
Network port. Port 2 (a flexible port) may be configured for LAG or 1+1 Network
protection, or as an Access port. Ports 3 and 4 are dedicated Access ports. The FSP
150-GE112Pro (m) is a version of the product that does not include Synchronous
Ethernet (Sync-E) capability. See Figure 6 for a front view of the FSP 150-GE112Pro (m).

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The GE112Pro (m) product is a 34.2 mm high (including heat sink), 144.8 mm wide
(including mounting bracket) and 152 mm deep chassis, which may be ordered equipped
with two back mounted barrel connectors for 12V AC/DC power adapters.

Figure 7: FSP 150-GE112Pro (m)

GE112Pro (H)
The FSP 150-GE112Pro (H) has the following main features:

l One (Protected) Network interface that operates in optical mode (100BaseFX or


1000BaseX) via an SFP transceiver or electrical (10/100/1000BaseT) via RJ45
connector. Using both ports provides 1+1 protection. Port 1 is dedicated as a Network
port. Port 2 may be configured as either the Network protection port or an Access port.
l Two Access interfaces (Three Optional - if Network protection is not
provisioned), configured as either electrical (10/100/1000BaseT) via RJ45 connector
or optical (100BaseFX or 1000BaseX) via an SFP transceiver.
l 802.1ad Provider Bridge C-Tag / S-Tag Mapping
l Y.1731 Ethernet Synthetic Loss Measurement (ETH-SLM)
l Etherjack Service Assurance (ESA) and Connectivity Fault Management (CFM)
l G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection (ERP)
l Y.1564 Service Activation Testing (SAT)
l Two-Way Active Measurement Protocol (TWAMP)
l Open Flow (OF)
l IP Services and ACL Filtering

The GE112Pro (H) is very similar to GE112Pro, except that it is a 1U (44 mm) high, full-
width (443 mm) and 218 mm deep chassis, with dual Hot Swappable Power Supply Units
(AC/DC). See the following figure for a front view of the FSP 150-GE112Pro (H).

Figure 8: FSP 150-GE112Pro (H)

GE114Pro (C)
The FSP 150-GE114Pro (C) has the following main features:

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l One (Protected) Network interface that operates in optical mode (100BaseFX or


1000BaseX) via an SFP transceiver or electrical (10/100/1000BaseT) via RJ45
connector. Using both ports provides 1+1 protection. Port 1 is dedicated as a Network
port. Port 2 may be configured as either the Network protection port or an Access port.
l Four Access interfaces (Five Optional - if Network protection is not
provisioned), configured as either electrical (10/100/1000BaseT) via RJ45 connector
or optical (100BaseFX or 1000BaseX) via an SFP transceiver.
l 802.1ad Provider Bridge C-Tag / S-Tag Mapping
l Etherjack Service Assurance (ESA) and Connectivity Fault Management (CFM)
l G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection (ERP)
l Y.1564 Service Activation Testing (SAT)
l Two-Way Active Measurement Protocol (TWAMP)
l Open Flow (OF)
l IP Services and ACL Filtering
l MAC Security (MACsec)

The FSP 150-GE114Pro (C) is similar to GE114Pro, except that it is a version of the
product that supports MACsec functionality.See the following figure for a front view of the
FSP 150-GE114Pro (C).

The GE114Pro (C) product is a 1U (44 mm) high, half-width (220 mm) and 218 mm deep
chassis, which may be ordered equipped with either a single AC or -48VDC integrated
power supply.

Figure 9: FSP 150-GE114Pro (C)

GE114Pro (SH)
The GE114Pro (SH) has the following main features:

l One (Protected) Network interface that operates in optical mode (100BaseFX or


1000BaseX) via an SFP transceiver or electrical (10/100/1000BaseT) via RJ45
connector. Using both ports provides 1+1 protection. Port 1 is dedicated as a Network
port. Port 2 may be configured as either the Network protection port or an Access port.
l Four Access interfaces (Five Optional - if Network protection is not
provisioned), configured as either electrical (10/100/1000BaseT) via RJ45 connector
or optical (100BaseFX or 1000BaseX) via an SFP transceiver.
l 802.1ad Provider Bridge C-Tag / S-Tag Mapping
l Layer-3 Services Forwarding and ACL Filtering
l Etherjack Service Assurance (ESA) and Connectivity Fault Management (CFM)
l G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection (ERP)
l Precision Time Protocol (PTP)

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l SyncJack (SJ)
l Y.1564 Service Activation Testing (SAT)
l Two-Way Active Measurement Protocol (TWAMP)
l Open Flow (OF)

The GE114Pro (SH) is similar to the GE114Pro, except that it is a version of the product
that includes dual (redundant) pluggable Power Supply Units (PSUs), and is full width.
The GE114Pro (SH) is a version of the product that supports Sync-E functionality and
has BITS IN and BITS OUT interfaces via a RJ48c connector for T1/E1 timing input and
output, one TOD interface via RJ45 connector, two Mini-SMB connectors for PPS IN and
PPS (Input/Output) respectively, one Mini-SMB connector for external 10MHz Clock
frequency output (CLK) and one additional front mounted SMA connector for external
GPS signal receiving. GE114Pro (SH) does not support ConnectGuard functionality. See
the following figure for a front view of the GE114Pro (SH).

The GE114Pro (SH) product is a 1U high (44 mm), full-width (443 mm), and 218 mm deep
chassis, which may be supplied with dual AC, or -48VDC power supplies.

Figure 10: FSP 150-GE114Pro (SH)

GE114Pro (CSH)
The GE114Pro (CSH) has the following main features:

l One (Protected) Network interface that operates in optical mode (100BaseFX or


1000BaseX) via an SFP transceiver or electrical (10/100/1000BaseT) via RJ45
connector. Using both ports provides 1+1 protection. Port 1 is dedicated as a Network
port. Port 2 may be configured as either the Network protection port or an Access port.
l Four Access interfaces (Five Optional - if Network protection is not
provisioned), configured as either electrical (10/100/1000BaseT) via RJ45 connector
or optical (100BaseFX or 1000BaseX) via an SFP transceiver.
l 802.1ad Provider Bridge C-Tag / S-Tag Mapping
l Layer-3 Services Forwarding and ACL Filtering
l Etherjack Service Assurance (ESA) and Connectivity Fault Management (CFM)
l G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection (ERP)
l Precision Time Protocol (PTP)
l SyncJack (SJ)
l Y.1564 Service Activation Testing (SAT)
l Two-Way Active Measurement Protocol (TWAMP)
l Open Flow (OF)
l ConnectGuard Functionality

The GE114Pro (CSH) is similar to GE114Pro (SH), besides all the interfaces and
features supported in GE114Pro (SH), it is a version of the product that also supports

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ConnectGuard functionality. See the following figure for a front view of the GE114Pro
(CSH).

The GE114Pro (CSH) product is a 1U high (44 mm), full-width (443 mm), and 218 mm
deep chassis, which may be supplied with dual AC or -48VDC power supplies.

Figure 11: FSP 150-GE114Pro (CSH)

GE114Pro (HE)
The GE114Pro (HE) has the following main features:

l One (Protected) Network interface that operates in optical mode (100BaseFX or


1000BaseX) via an SFP transceiver or electrical (10/100/1000BaseT) via RJ45
connector. Using both ports provides 1+1 protection. Port 1 is dedicated as a Network
port. Port 2 may be configured as either the Network protection port or an Access port.
l Four Access interfaces (Five Optional - if Network protection is not
provisioned), configured as either electrical (10/100/1000BaseT) via RJ45 connector
or optical (100BaseFX or 1000BaseX) via an SFP transceiver.
l 802.1ad Provider Bridge C-Tag / S-Tag Mapping
l Layer-3 Services Forwarding and ACL Filtering
l Etherjack Service Assurance (ESA) and Connectivity Fault Management (CFM)
l G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection (ERP)
l Y.1564 Service Activation Testing (SAT)
l Two-Way Active Measurement Protocol (TWAMP)
l Open Flow (OF)

The GE114Pro (HE) is similar to the GE114Pro (SH), except that it is a version of the
product that does not supports PTP related functions, Sync-E or SyncJack and does not
provide PTP related interfaces. GE114Pro (HE) supports Environmental Alarm inputs by
providing a Dry Contact RJ-45 connector in the front panel. Dual pluggable power supply
AC/-48VDC 24 Watts are supported. The front connectors are arranged differently.

The GE114Pro (HE) product is a 1U high (44 mm), full-width (443 mm), and 218 mm deep
chassis, which may be supplied with dual AC / DC power supplies. See the following
figure for a front view of the GE114Pro (HE).

Figure 12: FSP 150-GE114Pro (HE)

The FSP 150-GE11xPro is a 1U chassis system that comprises the following main
components:

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l GE11xPro - Two Network interfaces that may be configured for copper


(10/100/1000BASE-T) or optical (100BASE-FX /1000BASE-X). Using both ports
provides 1+1 protection. Port 1 is fixed and always designated as a Network port. Port
2 may be configured for LAG or 1+1 Network protection, or as an Access port. For
GE112Pro (m), the two Network interfaces may only be configured for optical.
l GE112Pro (AC/DC/PD variants)/GE112Pro (H) - Two Access interfaces that may
be configured for copper (10/100/1000BASE-T) or optical (100BASE-FX/1000BASE-
X). Ports 3 and 4 are Access ports. Port 2 may be configured as an Access port if
Network protection is not provisioned. In addition to traffic service, the copper
interface of Port 3 in GE112Pro PD variant supports PoE which enables the PD variant
powered by an external PSE equipment.The GE112Pro/GE112Pro (H) is a version of
the product that does not include Sync-E capability.
l GE112Pro (m) - Two Fiber Access interfaces that may be configured for optical,
wherein Port 3 is optical only and Port 4 has separate interfaces for copper and
optical.The GE112Pro (m) is a version of the product that does not include Sync-E
capability.
l GE114Pro/GE114Pro (C)/GE114Pro (SH)/GE114Pro (CSH)/GE114Pro (HE) - Four
Access interfaces that may be configured for copper (10/100/1000BASE-T) or optical
(100BASE-FX/ 1000BASE-X). Ports 3 through 6 are Access ports. Port 2 may be
configured as an Access port if Network protection is not provisioned. The
GE114Pro/GE114Pro (C)/
GE114Pro (HE) are versions of the product that do not include Sync-E capability. The
GE114Pro (SH)/GE114Pro (CSH) are versions of the product that support Sync-E
(ITU G.8262) and Precision Time Protocol (IEEE 1588 v2).
l Local Management LAN Port (labeled MGMT LAN) - front mounted RJ-45
connector. For GE112Pro (m), it’s a back mounted RJ-45 connector.
l Local Serial Port (labeled RS-232) - front mounted RJ-45 connector. For GE112Pro
(m), it’s a back mounted RJ-45 connector.
l USB Port - high speed USB 3.0 port with type A receptacle supporting 3G/LTE
management using a USB wireless adapter.
l Barrel Connector for Power Adapter - Output voltage: 12 - 13.5V; output current:
larger than 2A; 2.1mm * 5.5 mm, 7 - 11 mm length. Two back mounted barrel
connectors for GE112Pro (m). One back mounted barrel connector for GE112Pro.
l GE112Pro - Three variants available: two variants with a single integrated Power
Supply Unit (AC or -48VDC), and a third variant (PD) which can be powered by a
Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE, e.g. FSP 150CC-GE114PH) via Port 3 copper. All
the three variants may also be powered via an external adapter (+12V, AC or -48VDC,
ordered separately) connecting to the back mounted barrel connector.
l GE112Pro (m) - Two back mounted barrel connectors are equipped. GE112Pro (m)
may only be powered via the barrel connector by an AC/DC power adapter.
l GE114Pro/GE114Pro (C) - A single integrated Power Supply Unit (AC or -48VDC
variant) with integral Cable Tie support
l GE112Pro (H)/GE114Pro (SH)/GE114 (CSH)/GE114Pro (HE) - Two (redundant)
Power Supply Units (PSUs) with integral Cable Tie support (ordered separately). PSU
Blank Plates are not provided.
l GE114Pro (HE) - Environmental Alarm Input connector - front mounted RJ45
connector
l GE114Pro (SH)/GE114Pro (CSH) - BITS IN/BITS OUT Port - front mounted RJ-48c
T1/E1 timing input/output connector; TOD Port output connector - front mounted RJ45
connector, PPS IN /PPS (input/output) connectors- front mounted Mini-SMB
connectors, one CLK output connector - front mounted Mini-SMB connector

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l GE114Pro (SH)/GE114Pro (CSH) - one front mounted SMA GPS connector


l Serial Console Adapter, RJ-45 to DB9, used to connect to a DB-9 RS-232 port on the
PC or Laptop.
l Rack/Wall Mounting Brackets (ordered separately)

Installation, Commissioning and


Communications Provisioning
Refer to the FSP 150-GE11xPro Installation and Commissioning Manual to install the
chassis, SFPs, cabling, power and set up initial communications to the GE11xPro prior
to proceeding with the Use Cases described in this manual. The FSP 150-GE11xPro
Installation and Commissioning Manual provides basic communications set up.

For part numbers of equipment, software, feature key licenses and accessories, please
refer to the FSP 150-GE11xPro System Description document.

Set up communications between two GE11xs back to back by referring to the “Sample
Network - GNE to SNE over Management Tunnel” section of the FSP 150-GE11xPro
Installation and Commissioning Manual. If more complicated communications
provisioning is required, please refer to the FSP 150-GE11xPro Provisioning and
Operations Manual.

Upgrade Software
Refer to the FSP 150-GE11xPro Provisioning and Operations Manual for the software
upgrade procedure.

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Use Cases
This section is intended to provide ADVA Optical Networking’s users with information
illustrating how the GE11xPro can be configured using the web-based EMS GUI. It
intends to describe specific use cases that may be applied to other site specific
scenarios, given the knowledge obtained from the example provided.

Refer to the FSP 150-GE11xPro Provisioning and Operations Manual Chapter 2, eVison
Web Browser Management Tool to familiarize yourself with the GE11xPro Graphical
User Interface (GUI) prior to using the following procedures.

The following Use Cases are provided in this document:

l Ethernet Private Line Service Provisioning


l Ethernet Virtual Private Line Service Provisioning
l Precision Time Protocol (PTP) Use Cases
l Service Activation Testing Provisioning
l ConnectGuard Use Case
l Ethernet over Multiprotocol Label Switching (EoMPLS) Use Case
l L3 Service Forwarding Use Case
l Bidirectional Fault Detection (BFD) Use Case
l OpenFlow Provisioning

Note that this document only presents part of the EPL and EVPL service provisioning
procedure. For complete procedure, see FSP 150-GE11xPro Provisioning and
Operations Manual Chapter 3, Operations Provisioning.

Ethernet Private Line Service


Provisioning
Refer to the following for provisioning a port in Ethernet Private Line (EPL) Mode. It is
recommended that you pre-determine the provisioning details and ensure that they meet
the FSP 150CC’s provisioning rules prior to making changes to an existing service or
placing an additional Access Port into service. Ensure that CIR, EIR, CBS, EBS settings
are compatible and C-Tag/S-Tag VLAN ID-Priority values will not conflict with another
Access Port/Flow that is in the Assigned state.

1. Observe the current Service Type. The status will be used in the following steps.

a) Select Configuration view.


b) Expand the System, NE-1 and NTE entities in the Selection Tree, by
clicking on the “+” signs next to each entity.
c) Select the desired Access Port facility in the Selection Tree.
The Access Port facility status window is displayed and the Configuration
Tab is selected

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d) Observe the current Service Type.

Changing Service Type on a facility will drop all traffic


on the port, including Management Tunnel
connectivity and Maintenance End Points.

2. Right click on the Access Port facility and select Edit Configuration.

An Edit Configuration window appears

Figure 1: Edit Access Port EPL Configuration View

3. Determine the next step.

Current Status Then


Is the current Service Type set to EPL? Go to 6.
Continue with the next
Is the Service Type set to EVPL?
step.

4. If not already in the unassigned state, set the Administrative State to Unassigned and
click on Apply.

The screen will update

Set the Service Type to EPL

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Changing Service Type on a facility will drop all traffic


on the port, including Management Tunnel
connectivity and Maintenance End Points.

Click on OK.

5. Enter a right click on the Access Port facility and select Edit Configuration.

An Edit Configuration window appears

Figure 2: Edit Access Port EPL Configuration View (for Release 7.1)

Figure 3: Edit Access Port Configuration -- Port Portion (for Release 6.3)

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Figure 4: Edit Access Port Configuration -- Port Portion (prior to Release 6.3)

6. Enter the Access Port facility changes:

Identification

a) Enter an Alias, as required


State

b) Leave the Administrative State “Unassigned”


Port

c) Select the desired Media Type (GE112 Ports 3-4, GE114x Ports 3-6). Port
2 is available if not used as a Network Protection port.
d) Enter the desired MTU size
e) Select the Configured Speed option
f) Select the Port MDIX option (copper ports)
g) Enable/Disable Auto Diagnostic
h) Enable/Disable Drop Eligibility Indicator (applicable to Release 6.2 and
earlier versions, see Figure 2 on p. 21)
i) Select the desired settings for Rx DEI Action, Rx DEI Outer Tag, Tx DEI
Action and Tx DEI Outer Tag (applicable to Release 6.3 and above
versions, see Figure 4 on p. 22)
j) Select/De-select the relevant check boxes for Broadcast Rate Limiting
and/or Multi-cast Rate Limiting, and if selected, enter the message rate in
bps.
k) Select/De-select the check box for Multicast & Broadcast Rate Limiting,
and if selected, enter the combined message rate in bps.

While Broadcast Rate Limiting or Multicast Rate Limiting is enabled,


Multicast & Broadcast Rate Limiting cannot be enabled at the same
time, and vice versa.

Service

l) Select the desired AFP option


m) Enable/Disable Q in Q EtherType Override

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n) Edit the Q in Q Ethertype setting if desired (if Q in Q Override is set to


Enabled)
o) Enable/Disable 802.3 RX Pause
p) Enable/Disable 802.3 TX Pause
q) Enable/Disable Port Shaping
r) Enter the desired Port Shaped Speed (Setting can not be lower than the
CIR setting for the flow) if Port Shaping is Enabled.
Link Loss Forwarding

s) Enable/Disable Port LLF Status


t) Enter the desired Delay value
u) Select the desired TX Action
v) Enter the desired Local Link ID
w) Select the desired Trigger Events
x) Select the desired Remote Link IDs
LLDP Destination MAC Address

y) Select the desired destination MAC address types. By default, the


Nearest Bridge is selected. System will create a separate tab in the Edit
LLDP Details Pane for the port
Click on OK.

7. Select the Flow entity under the Access Port.

A Flow entity configuration list displays

Figure 5: Flow Entity Configuration List

8. Enter a right click on the Flow EID and select Edit Configuration.

An Edit Configuration window appears

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Figure 6: Select Edit Configuration from Flow Entity Configuration List

Figure 7: Edit Access Port EPL Flow Configuration View

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9. Enter the EPL Flow facility changes: (see "Access Port Configuration Options and
Rules" on p. 820 for details and rules).

Connection

a) Edit the Circuit Name.


b) Select a Network Port Interface and an Access Interface.
c) Set Policing to Enabled or Disabled; if enabled, select the desired Policing
Control mode.
d) Set a desired mode of A2N shaping (Flow-based or Port-based).
e) Select the desired COS (Class Of Service).
f) Enable/Disable Provider Backbone Bridging (PBB) Frames. When
enabled, incoming PBB frames are allowed to enter the Access Port, they
are dropped otherwise.

PBB frame related functionalities are not supported in


GE114S/GE114SH.

g) Enable/Disable Independent N2A Rate Limiting (if Enabled is selected,


N2A Settings appear below the A2N Settings).
h) Set the desired Frame Loss Threshold Ratio percentage.
i) Set the desired Frame Loss Threshold.
j) Enable/Disable N2N Forwarding.
Learning Attributes

k) Set the Interface Learning Control, Protected Learning Control and Max
Forwarding Table Entries for Network Port and Access Port respectively.

If the Network Interface and Access Interface of a flow are both


common Ethernet ports rather than ERP or SHG, enabling MAC
Based Interface Learning may cause traffic congestion due to
insufficient buffer size for broadcasting frames.

l) Set the desired MAC Table Full Action.


m) Set the Aging Timer for the dynamic forwarding table entries.
Tag Management

n) Select the C-Tag Control.


o) Enter the C-Tag (if C-Tag Control is Push).
p) Select the S-Tag Control.
q) Enter the S-Tag (if S-Tag Control is Push).
r) Select the I-Tag Control (To push an I-Tag, both C-Tag and S-Tag Control
must be set to none).
s) Enter the I-Tag (if I-Tag Control is Push).
t) Select the Backbone Destination MAC Control (To enable Backbone
Destination MAC, I-Tag Control must be set to Push).
u) Enter the Backbone Destination MAC Address (if Backbone Destination
MAC is enabled).
A2N Settings

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v) The following A2N Policer Settings are editable: CIR, EIR, CBS, EBS,
CM, CF. Information regarding each item (full name and entry type) is
available by placing the cursor on the item heading. Edit the desired items
by clicking in the box under the item name.
w) Enter A2N Shaper Settings: BS, SOAM-CIR and SOAM-EIR. If Port-
based A2N shaping is used, it is entered in the A2N Shaper page of the
selected Network Port. If Flow-based A2N shaping is used, it is entered in
the A2N Setting box of the EVC. Enter A2N Shaper SOAM-CIR and
SOAM-EIR to allocate bandwidth resource to the SOAM service on this
flow.

The A2N Shaper will allocate resource for SOAM service only when
the provisioned NTE is GE114/GE114H/GE114PH.

x) If Independent N2A Rating Limiting is enabled, enter N2A Policer settings


(CIR, EIR, CBS, EBS, CM, CF) and N2A Shaper settings (BS).

When a flow is added or the CBS is increased, the system will ensure
that the N2A and A2N queue BS is at least as large as the sum of
CBSs for all flows’ policers towards that queue by automatically
adjusting the BS to the sum of CBS.
However, when a flow is deleted or the CBS is decreased, the system
will not decrease the BS value accordingly.

Click on OK.

Ethernet Virtual Private Line Service


Provisioning
Refer to the following for provisioning an Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL) service.

It is recommended that you pre-determine the provisioning details and ensure that they
meet the FSP 150CC’s provisioning rules prior to making changes to an existing service
or placing an additional Access Port into service. Ensure that CIR, EIR and C-Tag/S-Tag
VLAN ID-Priority values will not conflict with another Access Port/Flow that is in the
Assigned state.

1. Observe the current Service Type. The status will be used in the following steps.

a) Select Configuration view


b) Expand the System, NE-1, NTE and desired Access Port facility entities
in the Selection Tree.

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The Access Port facility status window is displayed and the Configuration
Tab is selected
c) Observe the current Service Type.

Changing Service Type on a facility will drop all traffic


on the port, including Management Tunnel
connectivity and Maintenance End Points.

2. Enter a right click on the Access Port facility and select Edit Configuration.

An Edit Configuration window appears

Figure 8: Edit Access Port (EVPL) Configuration View

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3. Determine the next step.

Current Status Then


Is the current Service Type set to EVPL? Go to 5.
Continue with the next
Is the Service Type set to EPL?
step.

4. If not already in the unassigned state, set the Administrative State to Unassigned and
click on Apply.

The screen will update

Set the Service Type to EVPL.

Changing Service Type on a facility will drop all traffic


on the port, including Management Tunnel
connectivity and Maintenance End Points.

Click on OK.

5. Enter a right click on the Access Port facility and select Edit Configuration.

An Edit Configuration window appears

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Figure 9: Edit Access Port EVPL Configuration View

6. Enter the Access Port facility changes.

Identification

a) Enter an Alias, as required


State

b) Leave the Administrative State as “Unassigned” for now


Port

c) Select the desired Media Type (GE112 Ports 3-4, GE114x Ports 3-6). Port
2 is available if not used as a Network Protection port.
d) Enter the desired MTU size
e) Select the Port Configured Speed option

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f) Select the Port MDIX option (copper ports)


g) Enable/Disable Auto Diagnostic
h) Enable/Disable Drop Eligibility Indicator (applicable to Release 6.2 and
earlier versions)
i) Select the desired settings for Rx DEI Action, Rx DEI Outer Tag, Tx DEI
Action and Tx DEI Outer Tag (applicable to Release 6.3 and above
versions, see Figure 4 on p. 22)
j) Select/De-select the relevant check boxes for Broadcast Rate Limiting
and/or Multi-cast Rate Limiting, and if selected, enter the message rate in
bps.
k) Select/De-select the check box for Multicast & Broadcast Rate Limiting,
and if selected, enter the combined message rate in bps.

While Broadcast Rate Limiting or Multicast Rate Limiting is enabled,


Multicast & Broadcast Rate Limiting cannot be enabled at the same
time, and vice versa.

Service

l) Select the desired AFP option


m) Edit the Q in Q Ethertype if desired (if Q in Q EtherType Override is
Enabled)
n) Enable/Disable Q in Q EtherType Override
o) Edit the Port VLAN ID if required
p) Select the desired Priority Mapping Profile
q) Enable/Disable Port Shaping
r) Enter the desired Port Shaped Speed (if Port Shaping is Enabled)
s) Enable/Disable N2A VLAN Trunking
t) Enable/Disable A2N Push Port VID
u) Enable/Disable N2A Pop Port VID
Link Loss Forwarding

v) Enable/Disable Port LLF Status


w) Enter the desired Delay value
x) Select the desired TX Action
y) Enter the desired Local Link ID
z) Select the desired Trigger Events
aa) Select the desired Remote Link IDs

LLDP Destination MAC Address

ab) Select the desired destination MAC address types. By default, the
Nearest Bridge is selected. System will create a separate tab in the Edit
LLDP Details Pane for the port.
Click on OK.

7. Select the Flow entity under the Access Port.

A Flow entity configuration list displays, showing a list of the existing flows

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Figure 10: EVPL Flow Entity Configuration List

8. Right click on the Flow entity under the Access Port and select Create Flow.

A Create Flow window appears

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Figure 11: Create Access Port EVPL Flow View

9. Enter the EVPL Flow attributes: (see "Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL) Service
Provisioning" on p. 836 for details and rules)

Identification

a) Select the desired Flow ID from the drop-down list


Connection

b) Enter a Circuit Name


c) Select the EVC Type (Regular or Default)
d) Select desired Network Interface and Access Interface
e) Enable/Disable Policing and Set Policing Control if Policing is enabled
f) Select the desired COS (Class Of Service)

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g) Enable/Disable Multi-COS (if Enabled is selected, the display changes -


see Figure 12 on p. 35
h) Select the N2A COS Priority (if Multi-COS = Enabled)
i) Enable/Disable Untagged Frames
j) Enable/Disable Provider Backbone Bridging (PBB) Frames. When
enabled, incoming PBB frames are allowed to enter the Access Port, they
are dropped otherwise.

PBB frames and related functionalities are not supported in


GE114S/GE114SH.

k) Select a desired Priority Mapping Profile (if Multi-COS = Enabled)


l) Enable/Disable Inner Tag Priority Control
m) Enable/Disable Outer Tag Priority Control
n) Enable/Disable Independent N2A Rate Limiting (Default as Enabled if
Multi COS is Enabled. If Enabled is selected, N2A CIR/EIR appear below
the A2N Settings)
o) Set the desired Frame Loss Threshold Ratio
p) Set the desired Frame Loss Threshold
q) Select a desired A2N Shaping mode.

A2N Shaping and N2A Shaping are automatically set to Port Based as
default for GE114S and GE114SH.

r) Enable/Disable N2N Forwarding.


Learning Attributes

s) Set the Interface Learning Control, Protected Learning Control and Max
Forwarding Table Entries for Network Port and Access Port respectively.

If the Network Interface and Access Interface of a flow are both


common Ethernet ports rather than ERP or SHG, enabling MAC
Based Interface Learning may cause traffic congestion due to
insufficient buffer size for broadcasting frames.

t) Set the desired MAC Table Full Action.


u) Set the Aging Timer for the dynamic forwarding table entries.
Tag Management

v) Select the C-Tag Control


w) Enter the C-Tag (if C-Tag Control = Push, Pop, Push VID or Swap VID)
x) Select the S-Tag Control
y) Enter the S-Tag (if S-Tag Control = Push or Swap ID)
z) Enable/Disable Preserve S-Tag Properties (if S-Tag Control = Swap VID)
aa) Enable/Disable N2A Outer Tag Priority (if C-Tag Control = Pop)

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ab) Select the I-Tag Control (To push an I-Tag or VID, both C-Tag and S-Tag
Control must be set to none).
ac) Enter the I-Tag (if I-Tag Control is Push).
ad) Select the Backbone Destination MAC Control (To enable Destination
Backbone MAC, I-Tag Control must be set to Push or Push IS ID).
ae) Enter the Backbone Destination MAC Address (if Destination Backbone
MAC is Enabled).
A2N Settings

af) If Multi-COS is Disabled: The following A2N Policer Settings are editable:
CIR, EIR, CBS, EBS, CM, CF. Information regarding each item (full
name and entry type) is available by placing the cursor on the item
heading. Edit the desired items by clicking in the box under the item name.
ag) If Multi-COS is Enabled (see Figure 12): There are Policer and Shaper
entries for each COS. Select the COS values desired by clicking in the
“Active” box. For each box selected, the following A2N Policer Settings
are editable: CIR, EIR, CBS, EBS, CM, CF and QID. Information
regarding each item (full name and entry type) is available by placing the
cursor on the item heading. Edit the desired items by clicking in the box
under the item name.
ah) Enter A2N Shaper settings: BS, SOAM-CIR, SOAM-EIR. If A2N Shaping
is set to Port-Based, these entires are entered in the A2N Shaper page of
the selected Network Port. If A2N Shaping is set to Flow-Based, these
entires are entered in the A2N Setting box of the EVC. If Multi-COS is
Enabled, the Shapers whose QIDs match to the Active Policers are
editable. Enter A2N Shaper SOAM-CIR and SOAM-EIR to allocate
bandwidth resource to the SOAM service on this flow.

The A2N Shaper will allocate resource for SOAM service only when
the provisioned NTE is GE114/GE114H/GE114PH.

ai)

A2N Shaper QID BS settings are editable if the QID for a given Policer
ID is changed.

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Figure 12: EVPL Multi-COS Flow Options in Creating Mode

N2A Settings

aj) Enter N2A Policer settings (CIR, EIR, CBS, EBS, CM, CF) if N2A Rate
Limiting is Enabled. If Multi-COS is Enabled, select the desired Policers
by clicking the appropriate “active” boxes. Only “active” Policers are
editable. (N2A Shaper(s) are edited elsewhere and are covered later in this
procedure)
VLAN Members

ak) Enter a desired VLAN ID (or range) and Priority, then click on “Add”.
Repeat for each additional VLAN entry.
Click on OK.

The Administrative State of a flow can only be changed when the port
is not in the Unassigned state.

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Precision Time Protocol (PTP) Use Cases

10. Expand the Access Port facility entity and select the newly created flow to verify the
entry.

Precision Time Protocol (PTP) Use


Cases

Create a Mini-GM Clock in G.8265.1 Topology


The GE11xPro may be implemented as a Mini Grand Master Clock (see the following
figure).

Figure 13: Mini Grand Master Clock Implementation in a Synchronization Network

Refer to the following example configuration.

Figure 14: Example Mini GM Clock and Dynamic Remote Slave in a G.8265 Topology

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Mini GM Provisioning Slave Clock Provisioning


Master Clock Telecom Slave TS-1-1
Domain Number = 4; TS-1-1:
Time Clock EID = TIME CLOCK-1-1-1-1; Domain Number=4;
MCI: SOOC:
IP= 10.10.10.18, Subnet Mask = 255.255.0.0 Slave IP= 10.10.20.10;
Access Port PTPFP: Subnet Mask = 255.255.0.0
OC Master; MC IP= 10.10.10.18;
Outer VLAN Ethertype = 8100 (hex); Unicast Message Negotiation = Enabled
Outer VLAN Tag = 100-0 Network Port PTPFP:
Master Virtual Port: OC Slave;
Access Port PTPFP Outer VLAN Ethertype = 8100
Time Clock Outer VLAN Tag = 100-0
Time Ref-1-1-1-1-1, Priority=1, Source = GPS-1-1-1-1 OCS Port:
Network Port PTPFP

For more detailed provisioning procedure on PTP, please refer to FSP 150-GE11xPro
Provisioning and Operations Manual.

Create Boundary Clock in G.8265.1 Topology


The GE11xPro may be implemented as a Boundary Clock where the GE11xPro recovers
the clock, 1PPS and ToD from a remote master and delivers the timing information to
next PTP aware NE (i.e., slave or BC clocks). See the following figure.

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Figure 15: Boundary Clock Implementation in a Synchronization Network

Refer to the following example configuration.

Figure 16: Example Boundary Clock and Dynamic Remote Slave in G.8265 Topology

Boundary Clock Provisioning Slave Clock Provisioning


Boundary Clock Telecom Slave TS-1-1
TS-1-1: TS-1-1:
Domain Number = 4; Domain Number=4;
Sync Reference = Disabled; SOOC:
Sync ID= None Slave IP= 10.10.40.18;
SOOC: Subnet Mask = 255.255.0.0

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Slave IP=10.10.10.18, Subnet Mask=255.255.0.0 MC IP= 10.10.30.18;


MC IP=10.10.20.18, Unicast Message Negotiation =
Unicast Message Negotiation = Enabled
Enabled
Network Port PTPFP: Network Port PTPFP:
OC Slave, Outer VLAN Ethertype=8100 (hex), OC Slave;
Outer VLAN Tag=3-0 Outer VLAN Ethertype = 8100
OCS Port: Outer VLAN Tag = 100-0
Network Port PTPFP OCS Port:
Boundary Clock: Network Port PTPFP
Timing Source = TS-1-1,Domain Number=4
MCI:
IP= 10.10.30.18, Subnet Mask = 255.255.0.0
Access Port PTPFP:
OC Master;
Outer VLAN Ethertype = 8100 (hex);
Outer VLAN Tag = 100-0
MVP:
Access Port PTPFP
Dynamic Slave
IP=10.10.40.18

For more detailed provisioning procedure on PTP, please refer to FSP 150-GE11xPro
Provisioning and Operations Manual.

Create a Slave Clock in G.8265.1 Topology


The GE11xPro can operate as a Telecom Slave Clock. The GE11xPro recovers clock,
1PPS and ToD from a remote master and delivers the timing information to the end
application (i.e., base station). See the following figure.

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Figure 17: Slave Clock Configuration in a Synchronization Network

Refer to the following example configuration.

Figure 18: Example Dynamic Slave Clock in G.8265 Topology

Telecom Slave TS-1-1


TS-1-1:
Domain Number=4
SOOC:
Slave IP=10.10.20.18;
Subnet Mask=255.255.0.0
MC IP=10.10.10.18;
Unicast Message Negotiation = Enabled
Network Port PTPFP:
OC Slave;
Outer VLAN Ethertype = 8100
Outer VLAN Tag = 100-0
OCS Port:
Network Port PTPFP

For more detailed provisioning procedure on PTP, please refer to FSP 150-GE11xPro
Provisioning and Operations Manual.

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Create a Mini-GM Clock in G.8275.1 Topology


The GE11xPro may be implemented as a Mini Grand Master Clock using GNSS as a
reference, with no backup reference (see the following figure).

Figure 19: Mini Grand Master Clock with No Backup

Refer to the following example configuration details.

Figure 20: Example Mini GM Clock and Remote Slave in G.8275 Topology - No Backup

Mini GM Provisioning Slave Clock Provisioning


Time Clock PTP Clock
PTP Clock Profile: G8275_1, Clock Type = Boundary
Clock,
PTP Clock PTP Domain #=24, Priority 2 = 255
PTP Clock Profile: G8275_1, Clock Type = Master
PTP Port: NET PTP FLOWPT-1-1-1-1-1
Only,
PTP Domain #=24, Priority 2 = 128

For more detailed provisioning procedure on PTP, please refer to FSP 150-GE11xPro
Provisioning and Operations Manual.

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Create a Mini-GM Clock in G.8275.1 Topology +


PTP Backup (Assisted Partial Timing Support)
The GE11xPro may be implemented as a Mini Grand Master Clock using GNSS as the
primary reference, and PTP as a backup reference in case where GPS is down (see the
following figure).

Figure 21: Min Grand Master Clock + PTP Backup (Assisted Partial Timing Support)

Refer to the following example configuration details.

Figure 22: Example Mini GM Clock and Remote Slave in G.8275 Topology + PTP Backup

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Mini GM Provisioning Slave Clock Provisioning


Time Clock PTP Clock
PTP Clock Profile: G8275_1, Boundary Clock,PTP
TIMEREF-1-1-1-1-1, Priority 1, Source= GPS-1-1-1-1
Domain #= 24
TIMEREF-1-1-1-1-2, Priority 2, Source= TS-1-1 PTP Port: NET PTP FLOWPT-1-1-1-1-1, ETH Multicast
PTP Clock Dest Mac Addr Type: Forwardable
PTP Clock Profile: G8275_1, Clock Type= Master
Only, PTP Domain#= 24
PTP Port: ACC PTP FLOWPT-1-1-1-1-1, ETH
Multicast
Dest Mac Addr Type: Forwardable
Telecom Slave TS-1-1
TS-1-1: PTP Domain Number= 4, Sync Reference=
Disabled, Sync ID= SYNC-1-1-1-1
SOOC-1-1-1: Slave IP: 192.168.106.5, Subnet Mask
= 255.255.255.0
MC IP: 192.168.106.1, Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
Unicast Message Negotiation= Enabled
Network Port PTP Flow Point: OC Slave
OCS Port: to Network Port PTP Flow Point

PTP backup may be provided via one or two Master Clock ports.See
FSP 150-GE11xPro Provisioning and Operations Manual for the
procedure provisioning the GE11xPro in G.8275 with a single Master
Clock port.

Service Activation Testing Provisioning


Supported in all FSP150-GE11xPro products, the Service Activation Testing (SAT)
based on ITU Y.1564 is an Ethernet service activation test methodology which is the only
standard test methodology that allows for complete validation of Ethernet service-level-
agreements (SLAs) in a single test. This test includes two key sub-tests: the service
configuration test and the service performance test, which are performed in order.

The following procedure will provision SAT test configurations on two separate GE11x
products, using GE114H as the SAT Control End, GE114SH as the Responder End. The
SAT configurations on GE11x are applicable to GE11xPro.

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Figure 23: Example GE11x for SAT Test

Refer to the following provisioning procedure for the example configuration above.

The following procedure assumes that the user has configured the NE with an IP address
and connected the NE to a DCN or LAN (see FSP 150-GE11xPro Provisioning and
Operations Manual) and is logged on with at least a Provisioning level user permission
using the web-based EMS GUI.

The procedure also assumes that services have been configured at both ends with flows
and up/down MEPs to support SAT testing and that a connection exists between the two
sites. See Ethernet Private Line Service Provisioning or Ethernet Virtual Private Line
Service Provisioning and “ESA Provisioning and Operation” in FSP 150-GE11xPro
Provisioning and Operations Manual document.

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Refer to “SAT Configuration Options and Rules” in FSP 150-GE11xPro Provisioning and
Operations Manual document to determine the default values, value ranges and rules for
each option in the following procedure.

The SAT Test Stream will use local MEP’s MAC address as its source
MAC address. The local MEP is used to negotiate with the remote
SAT Responder and run delay measurement.

Make sure that the CFM settings at Site A and Site B match each
other and the Up/Down MEPs at two sites form a pair.

The destination MEP at Site B is created for the test stream and is
used to negotiate with the local MEP and run delay measurement.

Multiple simultaneous test streams are restricted to operating on a


single port; test streams cannot be applied to different ports at the
same time.

Perform the following at Site A (SAT Control End):

Edit SAT Control

1. Select the Service Activation Testing Application on the tool bar or select Service
Activation Testing from the Application menu. Expand the System and NE-1 in the
selection tree pane by clicking the “+” sign.

2. Enter a right click on SAT Control and select Edit.

An Edit SAT Control window appears

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Figure 24: Edit SAT Control

3. Select/Enter the following SAT Control options:

a) Enter a desired Name for the SAT Control


b) Select desired Test Procedures by ticking the associated checkboxes
c) Select the desired Test Mode

When SAT Control works in “One Way” mode, the SAT Responder
Control option must be Enabled (see Table 102 on p. 959) on
destination MEP, so that the SAT Responder End is capable of
exchanging the control Protocol Data Unit (PDU) with the SAT Control
End.

d) Enable/Disable FLPDU Tag Override


e) Enter desired values for Number of CIR Test Steps, CIR Test Step
Duration, Test Duration and Performance Test Duration.
Click on OK.

4. Expand the SAT Control entity in the Selection Tree and select the Configuration tab
in the Detail Pane to view the SAT Control settings.

Figure 25: SAT Control Configuration View

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Edit SAC Profile

5. From the SAT application, expand the System and SAC Profile entities.

6. Right click on a SAT Profile ID and select Edit.

An Edit SAC Profile screen displays

Figure 26: Edit SAC Profile

7. Enter the following options:

a) Enter a desired Name


b) Enter desired Frame Loss Rate (FLR), Frame Transmission Delay (FTD)
and Frame Delay Variation (FDV).
Click on OK.

Create SAT Test Stream

8. Determine the next step.

Desired Action Then


Create a SAT Test Stream without Wizard? Go to 9.
Create a SAT Test with Wizard? Go to 12.

9. Enter a right click on SAT Control and select Create Test Stream.

A Create SAT Test Stream screen displays

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Figure 27: Create SAT Test Stream

10. Enter/Select the following SAT Test Stream options (see Table 126 on p. 1000 for
option rules):

Identification

a) Enter a SAT Test Stream Index


b) Enter a desired Name as the alias of this test stream
Configuration

c) Select the Port that is associated with the flow provisioned


d) Select the Local MEP ID associated with the Port
e) Select Destination MEP Type
f) Enter Destination MEP ID if MEP id is selected
g) Enter Destination MEP’s MAC Address if MAC Address is selected
h) Select desired Direction for the test stream

Only Forward direction is supported when SAT Control works in “Two


Way” Test Mode.

i) Enter DMM Priority


j) Enter desired DMM Frame Size
k) Select desired DMM Interval
l) Select a desired Service Acceptance Criteria Profile

FLPDU

m) Select the desired Mac Address Type for test stream’s FLPDU

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n) Enter the Destination MAC Address if Mac Address Type is Multicast


o) Select desired Payload Type
p) Enter Custom Payload if Payload Type is CUSTOM
q) Enter desired Frame Size List or click on EMIX or EMIX Default to use a
fixed frame size list
Service

r) Select the desired Color Mode


s) Enable/Disable Use DEI option
t) Enter the same CIR, EIR, CBS and EBS as the flow to be tested
u) Enter Green PCP and Yellow PCP to be associated with the flow COS
v) Enter a desired value for MFactor for test result validation
w) Select the desired Inner/Outer VLAN tag check box(es) to allow tag entry,
then enter the desired EtherType and VLAN Tag(s)
Click on OK.

The SAT Test Stream Configuration displays

Figure 28: SAT Test Stream Configuration View

11. Go to 17.

12. Enter a right click on SAT Control and select Create SAT Test Stream Wizard.

The SAT Test Stream Creation Wizard - STEP1 pane appears

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Figure 29: SAT Test Stream Creation Wizard - Step 1

The wizard will automatically check and fill out the configuration
settings if valid associated settings have been provisioned.

The wizard does not support to create SAT Test Stream in Down
direction.

13. Observe the settings wizard automatically provisions and make changes if needed,
then click on Next to proceed.

The SAT Test Stream Creation Wizard - STEP 2 pane appears

Figure 30: SAT Test Stream Creation Wizard - Step 2

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14. Likewise, the wizard automatically provisions the settings in step 2. Click on Prev to
modify the settings in previous step, otherwise make changes as needed and click on
Next to proceed.

The SAT Test Stream Creation Wizard - STEP 3 pane appears

Figure 31: SAT Test Stream Creation Wizard - Step 3

15. If no changes are to make, click on Next to proceed.

The FINISH pane appears, showing SAT Test Streams are created
successfully

Figure 32: SAT Test Stream Creation Wizard - FINISH

16. Expand the selection tree and click on the newly created SAT test stream under SAT
Control.

17. Select the Configuration tab to verify Test Stream configuration details. If changes are
required, enter a right click on the test stream entity and select Edit.

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Figure 33: Edit SAT Test Stream

The source port and local MEP settings cannot be edited after the
creation of a SAT Test Stream.

18. Repeat 8 and 17 for more SAT Test Streams, if required.

System supports up to four Test Streams running at the same time and
the running test streams may belong to different flows under a same
port or different COS (depending on VID and Priority) under a same
flow.

One Local MEP and one Destination MEP can apply to all the four Test
Streams.

19. Initiate a Terminal Port/VLAN loopback on the port on Site B (SAT Responder End) if
SAT Control works in “Two Way” Test Mode.

For down direction test streams, initiate a facility Port/VLAN loopback


on the responder port if SAT Control works in “Two Way” Test Mode.

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Run SAT Test

Before running SAT tests, make sure that the SAT Control End and the
SAT Responder end are synchronized (see "Edit System Time of
Day" on p. 117), otherwise test result will record the occurrences of out
of synchronization error; if time is not synchronized, FDV will be
calculated as normal, but Min/Max/Avg FTD will be counted only for
valid samples (DMM).

20. Determine the next step.

Desired Activity Then


Run all available SAT Test Streams? Continue with the next
step.
Run a specific SAT Test Stream? Go to 25.

21. Enter a right click on the SAT Control entity and select Run to start the tests of all
available streams.

Figure 34: Run SAT Control

When SAT Control works in “One Way” Test Mode, a “Remote


Initiated SAT” alarm will be raised at the Responder End after the test
starts. This alarm indicates a SAT Responder Session has been
negotiated successfully and is running on the Responder End.
This alarm will be cleared when user deletes the Responder Session or
when it is released by the remote SAT Control End.

22. Click on Start Test to run the test streams.

The Run SAT Control screen displays the general test status, progress and
overall result of each test stream

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Figure 35: SAT Test In Progress (Run SAT Control)

23. If the test needs to be terminated, click on Stop Test.

24. Go to 28.

25. Right click on the SAT Test Stream ID and select Run to start the test of a single test
stream.

A Run SAT Test Stream screen displays

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Figure 36: Run SAT Test Stream

26. Scroll down the page and click on Start Test to run the test stream, or click on Set
Configuration to change the test stream settings.

The Status / SAT Test Result in Run SAT Test Stream screen display the test
progress, details and result associated with the test stream (see Figure 37)

Figure 37: SAT Test In Progress (Run SAT Test Stream)

27. If the test needs to be terminated, click on Stop Test.

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28. When the test is completed, scroll down to the bottom of page in Run SAT Test
Stream screen to view the SAT Test Result of a single test stream (see Figure 38).

Figure 38: SAT Test Result View

29. Alternatively, click on the test stream in selection tree and select the Test Result tab
in the Detail Pane (see Figure 39)

The SAT Test Result Tab not only displays the test result details, but
also presents Test Procedure and Pass Criteria in a cellular form so
user can adjust test stream configuration settings based on the
measurement and criteria.

Figure 39: View SAT Test Result Tab

Only the test result of green packets will be compared against Service
Acceptance Criteria (SAC) parameters.

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Frame Loss Ratio (FLR), Max Frame Transmission Delay (Max FTD)
and Max Frame Delay Variance (Max FDV) will be compared against
the FLR, FTD and FDV set in SAC Profile. If any one of these
parameters do not match with SAC criteria, the test fails.

30. If a test fails, troubleshoot the parameter settings in flows, test streams and CFM
entities or change the SAC parameters as appropriate.

It is possible that the FLR and FL Count for yellow packets show
minus values in EIR or Policing test result when Color Mode is set to
Color Aware. This is because the Responder end received more
yellow packets than what the Control end sent. User can troubleshoot
this problem by balancing the CIR settings in the test stream and the
associated flow.

31. Expand the selection tree and select SAT Control, select the Configuration tab to view
SAT Control Configuration, SAT Control Status and SAT Stream Status. (see Figure
40)

Figure 40: SAT Control - Configuration View

32. Switch to Test Result tab for SAT Control.

The Test Result tab displays SAT Test Results based on user’s selection.

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Figure 41: SAT Control - Test Result View

33. Scroll down to the bottom of the Test Result page, click on Export to save the test
result of a single test stream or all test streams as a .csv file to a specified directory.

A Copy SAT Test Result To Remote: SAT CONTROL-1-1 screen appears

Figure 42: SAT Test Result - Web Transfer Method

Figure 43: SAT Test Result - SCP Transfer Method

34. Select/Enter the following to configure the File Transfer settings:

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a) File Transfer Method - select the desired File Transfer Method


b) Server IP - select the desired IP version and enter the server IP Address
c) User ID - enter the server User ID
d) User Password - enter the server User Password
Select OK

The SAT Result Upload status displays on the detail pane

The FTP and SFTP transfer methods require identical File Transfer
settings as SCP (see Figure 43).

Figure 44: SAT Test Result Upload Progress - SCP Transfer Method

35. When the upload is completed, access the server to check the exported SAT test
result. If saving the result via Web, save the file to a specified directory (see Figure
45).

Figure 45: Export SAT Test Result

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ConnectGuard Use Case

ConnectGuard Use Case


ConnectGuardTM is ADVA Optical Networking’s Trade Mark functionality that is
developed based on the Media Access Control (MAC) Security standard defined in IEEE
802.1AE-2006 and IEEE 802.1AEbn-2011. It allows authorized systems that attach to
and interconnect LANs in a network to maintain confidentiality of transmitted data and to
take measures against frames transmitted or modified by unauthorized devices.

The ConnectGuard application consists of four parts of sub-functional provisioning and


operations that must be performed only by the crypto user:

l Provision Key Exchange Profile Settings


l Provision Secure Flow
l Associate an Access Flow with a Secure Flow
l Provision crypto user’s Authorizations for system upgrade, factory defaults/Database
restoring and Configuration File loading.

More information on ConnectGuard and the current implementation can be found in FSP
150-GE11xPro System Description.

Below is a use case of ConnectGuard set up on a GE11xPro (CSH) and a GE114Pro (C).

Figure 46: Traffic Encryption/Description Supported by ConnectGuard

In the use case above, ECPA is used for generating traffic frames on
Access Port 3 and a terminal loopback is active on Access Port 6.
No tag settings are provisioned for the test streams.

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For more detailed provisioning procedure on ConnectGuard, please refer to FSP 150-
GE11xPro Provisioning and Operations Manual.

Ethernet over Multiprotocol Label


Switching (EoMPLS) Use Case
The Ethernet over Multiprotocol Label Switching (EoMPLS) encapsulation defined in
RFC 4448 is supported in A2N direction on Network port (physical and logical) in all
GE11xPro products. By prefixing the Ethernet frames with an MPLS header (containing
one or more labels), packet forwarding decisions are made solely on the contents of the
label, the Ethernet frames are able to transport across a third party network unaltered,
regardless of transport media and protocols, and L2CP frames are treated agnostically.
The use of EoMPLS eliminates the need for multiple layer-2 networks and reduces the
number of MAC addresses seen by the intervening network to effective one for each
FSP150 GE11xPro.

The GE11xPro may be implemented for MPLS encapsulation and decapsulation (see the
following figure).

Figure 47: GE11xPro EoMPLS Network Use Case

Prior to provisioning EoMPLS, the software license for EoMPLS must be enabled so the
GE11xPro system may support the following number of EoMPLS PWs:

l 32 EoMPLS PWs for GE112Pro/GE112Pro (m)/GE112Pro (H)


l 64 EoMPLS PWs for GE114Pro/GE114Pro (C)/GE114Pro (SH)/GE114Pro
(CSH)/GE114Pro (HE)

Below is a use case for EoMPLS using a GE11xPro to encapsulate Ethernet traffic in
A2N direction by prefixing an MPLS label.

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Figure 48: Example EoMPLS Encapsulation/Decapsulation

For more information on how to provision the EoMPLS PW, see FSP 150-GE11xPro
Provisioning and Operations Manual.

L3 Service Forwarding Use Case


The Layer-3 (L3) Service Forwarding provisioning enables the GE11xPro to function as a
DHCP Relay Agent and/or Virtual Routing & Forwarding (VRF) equipment, so a single
GE11xPro device can relay between DHCP Servers and DHCP Clients to assign IP
Addresses to DHCP Clients and serve as multiple virtual routers to perform static and
dynamic route forwarding for IP packets.In this way, the network paths can be
segmented without using multiple devices and the upstream switching/routing load can
be alleviated.

Below is a use case for static route forwarding using the GE11xPro as the VRF
equipment. The licenses for IP Service and ACL Filtering and if necessary also the
Extend Scale IP Services must be enabled before provisioning.

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Figure 49: GE11xPro Functions as a VRF for Static Route Forwarding

Refer to the following steps to provision the use case above:

1. Create L3 Flow Points under Access Port and Network Port on a GE11xPro.
2. Create ACL Rules for each L3 Flow Points to allow the receiving of layer-3 traffic.
3. Create Traffic IP Interfaces under each L3 Flow Points.
4. Create VRF on the GE11xPro to include Access/Network Traffic IP Interfaces.
5. Create static routes for the VRF on the GE11xPro.
6. Create static routes on Client equipment and Edge Router too.

For more information about how to provision the Layer-3 Services Forwarding, see FSP
150-GE11xPro Provisioning and Operations Manual and FSP 150-GE11xPro System
Description.

Bidirectional Fault Detection (BFD)


Use Case
The Bidirectional Fault Detection (BFD) protocol is supported on all GE11xPro products
for fault detection between two forwarding engines connected by a link. It provides low-
overhead detection of faults even on physical media that don’t support failure detection of
any kind. BFD establishes a session between two endpoints over a particular link. If
more than one link exists between two systems, multiple BFD sessions may be
established to monitor each one of them. The session is established with a three-way
handshake and is torn down the same way. Currently, only the asynchronous operation

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mode is supported, with both ends periodically sending Hello packets to each other after
the session is established.

In GE11xPro, BFD functions on the Traffic IP Interfaces of Network Ports. When BFD in
N1 Port detects the link failure and BFD in N2 Port detects a successful link, layer-3
traffic going through layer-3 routing table will be forwarded to the IP Interface on N2 Port
via default route; vice versa. Thus, BFD is a trigger to layer-3 routing table update and
protects layer-3 services in the meanwhile.

Below is a use case to illustrate how BFD triggers route switch and thus protects layer-3
services.

Figure 50: BFD Protects L3 Services on GE11xPro

Refer to the following steps to provision the use case above:

1. Create L3 Flow Points under Access Ports and Network Ports on both ends.
2. Create ACL Rules for each L3 Flow Points to allow the receiving of layer-3 traffic.
3. Create Traffic IP Interfaces under each L3 Flow Points.
4. Create VRF on both ends to include Access/Network Traffic IP Interfaces.
5. Create static routes for the VRF on both ends.
6. Create BFD Session on both ends to associate with Network Port 1 and 2 and select
associated Traffic IP Interface.
7. Manually set the Session Control to “Admin Down” in one BFD Session to verify the
layer-3 route switch.

For more information on how to provision the layer-3 services and BFD, see FSP 150-
GE11xPro Provisioning and Operations Manual.

OpenFlow Provisioning
Provisioning of OpenFlow is a multi-step process, which involves doing the following.

l Configure OpenFlow Controller on the network


l Configure Management Tunnels
l Enable the OpenFlow Feature
l Configure OpenFlow Capable Switch
l Configure Logical OpenFlow Switch

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l Enable OpenFlow on Network Port and (or) Access Port as desired.


l Configure OpenFlow Queues
l Enter access information about the OpenFlow Controller on the GE11xPro device so it
can communicate with Controller.
l Configure Flows on the controller and deliver to the Switch
l Verify OpenFlow Configuration
l View OpenFlow Service Statistics
l View OpenFlow Queue Statistics

This section provides step-by-step procedures to configure OpenFlow service similar to


Application Scenario One. The configuration is as shown in Figure 51 on p. 66.

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Figure 51: OpenFlow Configuration

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Configure OpenFlow Controller


At least one SDN Controller (OpenFlow Controller) must be connected and working
appropriately on the network. It is recommended to set up two OpenFlow Controller for
backup.

When there are redundant OpenFlow Controllers, roles can be configured. If they are
configured as Master / Slave, only the Master Controller can be used to configure the
OpenFlow Switches. The Slave Controller is used for monitoring purposes. If both
Controllers are configured as Equal, the user can modify OpenFlow Switch from either
one.

By default, the Master or Equal role controller receives Packet In messages, Port-Status
change and Flow-Remove messages. The Slave role only receives Port - status change
messages by default.

In this Example, one OpenFlow Controller is configured. It is at IP address: 172.23.191.9.


OpenFlow service is offered at TCP port 6633.

Configure Management Tunnels


The GE11xPro can connect to the SDN Controller with Management DCN or
Management Tunnel, while using Management Tunnel is a more typical approach.

On EG-X, configure two Management Tunnels. Management Tunnel one to connect with
GE11xPro One and Management Tunnel two to connect with GE11xPro Two. This is to
enable the user (with the PC) and the SDN Controller to communicate to both GE11xPro
devices in a network as shown in Figure 51 on p. 66.

Management Tunnel One to connect with GE11xPro One:

VLAN Based, C Tag VLAN = 100


DHCP = disabled
RIP V2 Packets = enabled
IP Address = 10.10.10.4
Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0

Management Tunnel Two to connect with GE11xPro Two:

VLAN Based, C Tag VLAN = 200


DHCP = disabled
RIP V2 Packets = enabled
IP Address = 10.10.20.6
Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
port = eth_port-1-1-21-5

On GE11xPro one, one Management is created on the Network port One:

VLAN Based, C Tag VLAN = 100


DHCP = disabled
RIP V2 Packets = enabled
IP Address = 10.10.10.5
Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
port = net_port-1

On GE11xPro Two, one Management is created on the Network port One:

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VLAN Based, C Tag VLAN = 200


DHCP = disabled
RIP V2 Packets = enabled
IP Address = 10.10.20.7
Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
port = net_port-1

After Management Tunnel is successfully configured, verify that the GE11xPro devices
can be reached from the PC.

Enable Software License for OpenFlow


The OpenFlow Feature is disabled with factory defaults. The user must enable it to use
OpenFlow function.

1. Select the Maintenance Application on the tool bar or select Maintenance from the
Application Menu. Expand System, Administration and Software Licensing entities in
the selection tree pane, by clicking the “+” signs next to each entity to expand each
view.

2. Right click Feature Management and select Edit Feature in the Shortcut Menu.

An Edit Feature Management screen displays

Figure 52: Enable OpenFlow Feature

3. Select Enabled from the Status drop-down list associated with the OpenFlow feature.

A License Warning window appears

4. Select OK to close the warning window.

5. Select OK to confirm enabling the feature.

The Feature Management Status is displayed and indicates it is in the Enabled


state

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Configure OpenFlow-Capable Switch


OpenFlow-Capable Switch must be created. See OpenFlow options and rules in FSP
150-GE11xPro Provisioning and Operations Manual.

1. Select the OpenFlow Application on the tool bar or select OpenFlow from the
Application Menu. Expand System entity in the selection tree pane, by clicking on the
“+” signs next to it to expand the view.

2. Right-click NE-1 and select Create OF Capable Switch.

A Create OF Capable Switch screen displays

Figure 53: Create OF Capable Switch

3. Select OK.

The OF Capable Switch is displayed in the selection tree pane.

Configure OpenFlow Logical Switch


An OpenFlow Logical Switch can only be created when there is an existing OF-Capable
Switch. See OpenFlow options and rules in FSP 150-GE11xPro Provisioning and
Operations Manual.

1. Select the OpenFlow Application on the tool bar or select OpenFlow from the
Application Menu. Expand System, NE-1 entities in the selection tree pane, by
clicking on the “+” signs next to each node to expand the views.

2. Enter a right click on OF Capable Switch-1 and select Create OF Logical Switch.

A Create Logical Switch screen displays

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Figure 54: Create OF Logical Switch

3. Enter an Appropriate Data Path Description.

4. Select Connect Lost Behavior Mode.

5. Select OK.

The OF Logical Switch is displayed in the selection tree pane.

Enable Ethernet Ports for OpenFlow


The user must enable OpenFlow on Network ports and (or) Access Ports, before
OpenFlow can be configured. OpenFlow is supported on physical ports but not on LAG or
Protection Group or a member of LAG Physical or Protection group.

OpenFlow can be enabled on Ethernet Port 2, either when it is a Network Port or Access
Port. However, OpenFlow must be disabled to switch this Port from a Network port to an
Access port or in the other way around.

1. Select the Configuration Application on the tool bar or select Configuration from the
Application Menu. Expand System, NE-1, NTE entities in the selection tree pane, by
clicking on the “+” signs next to each entity to expand each view.

2. Enter a right click on an proper Network or Access port and select Edit Configuration.

An Edit Configuration screen displays

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Figure 55: Enable OpenFlow on an Ethernet Port

3. (On an Access Port), make sure that the Port is in EVPL Mode.

4. (On an Access Port), make sure that A2N Push Port VID is disabled.

5. Set the Configured Speed to anything other than Auto.

6. Set OpenFlow to Enabled.

7. Select OK.

OpenFlow is enabled

8. Select the OpenFlow Application on the tool bar or select OpenFlow from the
Application Menu. Expand System, NE-1, OF Capable Switch entities in the selection
tree pane, by clicking on the “+” signs next to each entity to expand each view.

OF Port-1 is listed in the Selection Tree

The OF Port doe not show in the Selection Tree Pane until the
OpenFlow Logical Switch is appropriately configured.

9. Click the OF Port-1 entity to verify the configuration.

The OF Port Number is 0x5.

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Figure 56: OF Port Configuration

There are some attributes significant and have an impact on the


OpenFlow Queues.
l OF Port Number; a number derived from the Physical port
number. In GE11xPro, Network Port one always gets OF Port
Number 0x1, Port two (No matter it is an Network port or access
port) always gets OF Port Number 0x2. Access Port three gets OF
Port Number 0x3. So on and So forth. In Figure 56, This port is
there listed in the selection tree as OF port-1 in the Selection tree while
the OF Port Number is shown as 0x5. The OpenFlow Controller
uses OF Port Number to identify OF ports.
l Current Rate, the Bandwidth on the physical port which is
currently available for services. It is measured in kbps.
l Maximum Rate, the Maximum Rate the port can offer. It is
derived from the maximum rate the physical speed. It is also
measured in kbps. In GE11xPro, the Maximum rate is fixed to
1,000,000 kbps.

See Figure 56 on p. 72 for more details about the attributes mentioned
above

Configure OpenFlow Queue


The OpenFlow Queue play an important role in the Qos management. It determine the
buffer size and output rate for a service output.

When the user enables OpenFlow on an Ethernet port, a default OpenFlow Queue is
automatically created and attached to the Port. The default Queue can be shared by all
OpenFlow service on the port when it is the only Queue on the port. To achieve an
improved performance, it is recommended to create additional Queues when in an
environment with multiple services.

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See OpenFlow options and rules in FSP 150-GE11xPro Provisioning and Operations
Manual.

A default Queue is different from other Queues in two ways:


l It is not reported to SDN Controller.
l It is shared by all OpenFlow entries for which the SDN Controller
assign no Queue.

1. Select the OpenFlow Application on the tool bar or select OpenFlow from the
Application Menu. Expand System, NE-1 entities in the selection tree pane, by
clicking on the “+” signs next to each node to expand the views.

2. Enter a right click on OF Capable Switch-1 and select Create OF Queue.

A Create Queue screen displays

Figure 57: Create OF Queue

3. Enter Index for the Queue.

4. Enter the Minimum Rate and Maximum Rate (allocated in 1/1000 of Current Rate of
the OpenFlow Port).

The overall allocated Minimum Rate of queues must not exceed the
Current Rate of the OF Port.
It is OK for the overall allocated Maximum Rate to exceed the
Maximum Rate of the OF Port.

5. Enter a Buffersize.

6. Enter a Class of Service (COS) for the Queue.

7. Select OF Port Eid for the OpenFlow Queue to associated with.

8. Select OK.

The OF Queue is displayed in the selection tree pane.

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Enter OpenFlow Controller Information


As it is defined, in an OpenFlow-based Network, all OpenFlows are created and
maintained with the SDN Controller. The SDN Controller must be available on the
network. Access information about the Controller must be entered in the Switch so they
can communicate. On an a GE11xPro device, up to two OpenFlow Controllers can be
entered.

See OpenFlow options and rules in FSP 150-GE11xPro Provisioning and Operations
Manual.

1. Select the OpenFlow Application on the tool bar or select OpenFlow from the
Application Menu. Expand System, NE-1, OF Capable Switch entities in the selection
tree pane, by clicking on the “+” signs next to each node to expand the views.

2. Enter a right click on OF Logical Switch-1 and select Create OF Controller.

A Create Controller screen displays

Figure 58: Create OF Controller

3. Enter Index and Name for the Controller.

4. Enter the IPv4 Unicast address and Port number on the OF controller, where the
service is available. In the case, 172.23.191.9 is entered and the Controller Transport
Port is configured to 6633.

5. Select a Management Interface Name (Management DCN or Management Tunnel)


where the OF controller can be reached. In this example, Management Tunnel is
selected.

6. Select a Transport Protocol for the connection.

7. Enter an Echo Request Interval.

8. Select OK.

The OF Controller is displayed in the selection tree pane.

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9. Select the OpenFlow Application on the tool bar or select OpenFlow from the
Application Menu. Expand System, NE-1, OF Capable Switch and OF Logical Switch
entities in the selection tree pane, by clicking on the “+” signs next to each node to
expand the views.

10. Click the OF Controller

An OF Controller Identification View is displayed.

Figure 59: OF Controller Identification

The Connect Status shows UP, if the OpenFlow Controller is


successfully connected.

Configure OpenFlow with OpenFlow Controller


When the OpenFlow switch (GE11xPro device) and the OpenFlow Controller are
connected, the user can log in the Controller to configure OpenFlow Services. Before
Configuring individual OpenFlows, make sure:

l The OpenFlow Protocol V1.3 is active. The GE11xPro series supports only the V1.3 of
the OpenFlow Protocol.
l Packet-in message are appropriately configured. The information that is reported to the
SDN Controller as Packet-in message must be configured, including where they
should be sent. For each packet-in type, the user can configure sending it to either the
Master Controller, Slave controller or Equal. For different Controller roles, see
Configure OpenFlow Controller. There are three classes of Packet in message
supported: No-match, Action, Invalid TTL. By default, No-Match and Action packet-in
messages are sent to Master or Equal SDN Controller. Packet-in messages ARE
NOT sent to the Controller playing a Slave role by default.

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l Switch Configuration has been retrieved to the Controller. This allow the Controller to
know the necessary information to configure flow, namely,
o Tables the switch supports

o Capacity of the tables

The user needs to do the following on the SDN Controller to create OpenFlow services -
each one needs to be configured for priority, timeout, match rules, instruction, Queue,
Meter, Overlapping Control and Byte Count Control.

l Assign a priority number. A larger number indicates a higher priority.


l Configure Hard Timeout. OpenFlow service with a hard timeout expires at specified
time. The user can choose to skip Hard timeout.
l Double tagged packets are typically first processed by the VLAN Flow Table to strip
outer tag, metadata will be used for correlation with the Main Flow Table. However, it
also provides the option to where the double-tagged packets are all handled in the Main
Flow Table.
l For other traffic, a Table-miss Flow is usually created. This Flow has priority 0, it does
not contain any matching criteria, and the instruction must be configured to goto table
10.
l Apply a Queue in the Main Flow Table using Write Action-Set Queue. A queue ID is
entered to apply a queue. A queue can be shared among OpenFlows. For Instructions
supported in GE11xPro, see FSP 150-GE11xPro System Description.
l Apply a Meter in the Main Flow Table using Meter action. Appropriate Traffic Rate
(bps) and Burstsize (KB) must be configured. For Instructions supported in GE11xPro,
see FSP 150-GE11xPro System Description. OpenFlow services are not allowed to
share a Meter.
l Enable Check Overlapping. It is called Flows Overlapping if a ingress packet meet the
match rules of two OpenFlows with the same priority in a Table. Checking Overlapping
requires any two OpenFlow entries with the same priority have at least one match field
are both not wildcard, and the values are different. The GE11xPro DOES NOT support
the creation of overlapping OpenFlow services. The user must enable Check
Overlapping, so when a GE11xPro receives the instruction from the SDN Controller to
create an OpenFlow service, it checks the corresponding Flow Table for overlapping
entries. A new entry is created when there is no overlapping. Otherwise, it returns an
error message.
l Disable Byte Counts. When the Byte Counts disabled, the switch does not need to
keep track of the Flow byte count. The GE11xPro DOES NOT support Byte Count.

OpenFlows are also modified and deleted with the OpenFlow Controller.

After OpenFlows are configured on OpenFlow Controller, the configuration must be


delivered to the switch.

Verify OpenFlow Configuration on Switch


After OpenFlow configuration are delivered from the OpenFlow Controller. The user can
verify the configuration on the GE11xPro devices.

1. Select the OpenFlow Application on the tool bar or select OpenFlow from the
Application Menu. Expand System, NE-1, OF Capable Switch-1, OF Logical Switch-

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1, and OF Main Flow Table in the selection tree pane, by clicking on the “+” signs next
to each node to expand the views.

2. Click OF Flow under the OF Main Flow Table.

A List of Existing OpenFlows displays

3. Double Click the desired OpenFlow Entry.

An OpenFlow Configuration Pane is displayed.

4. In the lower-right part of the detail pane, find the ACL Rule Eid entry and Service
Eid attribute.

l If corresponding Entity Identifiers are displayed, the Flow is active (See Figure 60 on
p. 77).
l Otherwise, the Flow is not active and the configuration may need modification (See
Figure 61 on p. 78).

The ACL Rule Eid and Service Eid are only shown in the Main
Flow Table.
For Table Miss Flow in the Main Table, the Service Eid is
available when it is active but not the ACL Rule Eid.

Figure 60: OpenFlow Active

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Figure 61: OpenFlow Inactive

View OpenFlow Statistics


Statistics data is available for OpenFlow services in OF VLAN Table and OF Main Table.

1. Select the OpenFlow Application on the tool bar or select OpenFlow from the
Application Menu. Expand System, NE-1, OF Capable Switch-1, OF Logical Switch-
1, and OF Main Flow Table or OF VLAN Flow Table in the selection tree pane, by
clicking on the “+” signs next to each node to expand the views.

2. Click OF Flow under the OF VLAN Flow Table or OF Main Flow Table as Selected in
1.

A List of OpenFlows in the Corresponding Table displays

3. Right click the desired Flow and Select View Status in the shortcut menu.

An OpenFlow Status View displays

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Figure 62: OpenFlow Status View

View OpenFlow Queue Statistics


Statistics data is available for OpenFlow Queues.

1. Select the OpenFlow Application on the tool bar or select OpenFlow from the
Application Menu. Expand System, NE-1, OF Capable Switch-1 and OF Logical
Switch-1 in the selection tree pane, by clicking on the “+” signs next to each node to
expand the views.

2. Click OF Queue under the OF Logical Switch-1.

A List of OpenFlows Queue displays

3. Right-Click the desired OF Queue and Select View Status in the shortcut menu.

An OF Queue Status View Displays

Figure 63: OF Queue Status View

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