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Ethernet Features – TN R4

Node Processor units

NPU1 B NPU1 C F P 10/100/1000BASE-T10/100/1000BASE-T 1000BASE-TX 1000BASE-TX NPU1 C O&M TR:7/LAN TR:6 OUT TR:5
NPU1 B
NPU1 C
F
P
10/100/1000BASE-T10/100/1000BASE-T
1000BASE-TX
1000BASE-TX
NPU1 C
O&M
TR:7/LAN
TR:6
OUT TR:5 IN
OUT TR:4 IN
E1/DS1
10/100BASE-T
10/100BASE-T
NPU3
F
P
NPU3 B
E1/DS1
10/100/1000BASE-T
10/100/1000BASE-T
F
P
NPU3
TR:4A-4D/User Out:E-F
TR:3
LAN
O&M
TR:4A-4D/User Out:E-F
TR:3
TR:2/LAN
O&M
BR
BR

NPU3 B

 

NPU1 B

NPU1 C

NPU3

NPU3 B

Slot size

Full size

Full size

Half size

Half size

Traffic interfaces

8 x E1/DS1

8 x E1/DS1

4 x E1/DS1

4 x E1/DS1

User Input

3

3

-

-

User Output

3

3

2

2

Ethernet

       

functionality

-

Ethernet switch

Ethernet over PDH

Ethernet switch

Ethernet Traffic interfaces

-

1(2) x Electrical 2 x SFP

1 x Electrical

1(2) x Electrical

Ethernet Termination Units

ETU2

ETU2 B

ETU3

ETU2 B 10/100/1000BASE-T 10/100/1000BASE-T 1000BASE-TX 1000BASE-TX TR:4 TR:3 OUT TR:2 IN OUT TR:1 IN 10/100/1000BASE-T 10/100/1000BASE-T
ETU2 B
10/100/1000BASE-T
10/100/1000BASE-T
1000BASE-TX
1000BASE-TX
TR:4
TR:3
OUT TR:2 IN
OUT TR:1 IN
10/100/1000BASE-T
10/100/1000BASE-T
1000BASE-TX
1000BASE-TX
ETU3
TR:4
TR:3
OUT TR:2 IN
OUT TR:1 IN
 
 

ETU2

ETU3

ETU2 B

 

10/100BASE-T interface

5

-

-

10/100/1000BASE-T interface

1

2

2

Gbit interface through SFP

-

2

2

HSU with connection to

-

Yes

Yes

2Gbit/s Ptp High Speed Bus

Ethernet switch

External

NPU3 B

NPU3 B / NPU1 C

Slot size

Full (Any AMM)

Half (AMM 2p B, 6p C or 6p D)

Full (Any AMM)

Capacity

 

Total maximum of 6 IM groups Maximum 95 Mbit/s per IM group 190 Mbit/s total maximum throughput

Quality of Service

 

Flow handling with Priority awareness

Ethernet over PDH

ETU2

LAN ports 8 prio queues on Egress

WAN ports 8 prio queues on Egress

Max. 96xE1 or DS1

Ethernet over E1 or DS1

1x10/100/1000BASE-T 5x10/100BASE-T IM IM IM IM IM IM TDM Bus in back-plane of AMM. max .
1x10/100/1000BASE-T
5x10/100BASE-T
IM
IM
IM
IM
IM
IM
TDM Bus in back-plane of AMM.
max .
48x E1/DS1
max .
48x E1/DS1
max .
48x E1/DS1
max .
48x E1/DS1
max .
48x E1/DS1
max .
48x E1/DS1

Ethernet over PDH

ETU3

LAN ports 8 prio queues on Egress

WAN ports 8 prio queus on Egress

Max. 96xE1 or DS1

2xGE SFP

2x10/100/1000BASE-T

F P ETU3 10/100/1000BASE-T IM IM IM IM IM IM max . 48x E1/DS1 max .
F
P
ETU3
10/100/1000BASE-T
IM
IM
IM
IM
IM
IM
max .
48x E1/DS1
max .
48x E1/DS1
max .
48x E1/DS1
max .
48x E1/DS1
max .
48x E1/DS1
max .
BR
48x E1/DS1
Ethernet over PDH ETU3 LAN ports 8 prio queues on Egress WAN ports 8 prio queus

High speed Ptp bus

TDM Bus
TDM Bus

Ethernet over PDH

NPU3

LAN port 8 prio queues on Egress

WAN port 8 prio queus on Egress

4xE1/DS1

E1 – DS1 10/100BASE-T 10/100BASE-T F P TR3 LAN O&M TR4A-4D User Out E-F IM CP
E1 – DS1
10/100BASE-T
10/100BASE-T
F
P
TR3
LAN
O&M
TR4A-4D User Out E-F
IM
CP
Router
max .
16x E1/DS1
BR

TDM Bus

Ethernet switch

NPU3 B

4xE1/DS1

LAN port 8 prio queues on Egress

NPU3 B E1 – DS1 10/100/1000BASE-T 10/100/1000BASE-T F P TR3 TR2 - LAN O&M TR4A-4D User
NPU3 B
E1 – DS1
10/100/1000BASE-T
10/100/1000BASE-T
F
P
TR3
TR2 - LAN
O&M
TR4A-4D User Out E-F
10 port
Gigabit
CP
Ethernet
Router
Switch
BR

High speed Ptp bus

Ethernet switch NPU3 B 4xE1/DS1 LAN port 8 prio queues on Egress NPU3 B E1 –

TDM Bus

Ethernet traffic over E1/DS1

Any E1/DS1’s in the TN

PDH-IME PDH-IME Ethernet over E1/DS1 Ethernet over E1/DS1 Ethernet IME
PDH-IME
PDH-IME
Ethernet over E1/DS1
Ethernet over E1/DS1
Ethernet
IME

IME: Inverse Multiplexing of Ethernet

Ethernet traffic over E1/DS1

Proprietory protocol Maps Ethernet frames to HDLC frames over nxE1. Buffers on ingress/egress interfaces to handle bursts and priority. Any E1 can be used for Ethernet transport (e.g. fixed, radio). Independent transport of the E1s is possible. The E1s must be kept intact on their way. No cross connection on 64 kbit/s level.

Split Ethernet frames into multiple 1 Byte PDH frames

The multiple 1 Byte PDH frames are distributed evenly on all E1s

Rx/Tx buffer is used to smoothen out propagation variations on the different E1s

Ethernet traffic over E1/DS1 › Proprietory protocol › Maps Ethernet frames to HDLC frames over nxE1.

MINI-LINK TN

Egress buffer Multiplexer Inverse buffer Rx/Tx
Egress buffer
Multiplexer
Inverse
buffer
Rx/Tx
MINI-LINK TN Egress buffer Multiplexer Inverse buffer Rx/Tx
MINI-LINK TN Egress buffer Multiplexer Inverse buffer Rx/Tx
MINI-LINK TN Inverse Rx/Tx Multiplexer buffer Egress buffer
MINI-LINK TN
Inverse
Rx/Tx
Multiplexer
buffer
Egress buffer
1*E1 PDH/SDH
1*E1
PDH/SDH

Ethernet

Ethernet

Ethernet traffic over E1/DS1 › Proprietory protocol › Maps Ethernet frames to HDLC frames over nxE1.

Ethernet traffic over Packet Link

MMU2 D, MMU2 DA or MMU2 H

RL-IME RL-IME Packet Link Ethernet 1 Ethernet and PDH over Microwave N TDM bus RL -IME
RL-IME
RL-IME
Packet Link
Ethernet
1
Ethernet and PDH
over Microwave
N
TDM bus
RL -IME

Ethernet traffic over SDH

SXU3 B and MMU2 E/F

VCG on VCG on SXU3 B SXU3 B VC3 VC3 VC3 Ethernet over SDH Ethernet ADM
VCG on
VCG on
SXU3 B
SXU3 B
VC3
VC3
VC3
Ethernet over SDH
Ethernet
ADM
VCG

VCG: Virtual Concatenation Group

How to connect ethernet

PDH-IME,

RL-IME,

VCG

How to connect ethernet PDH-IME, RL-IME, VCG WAN Alternative 1 Ethernet Private Line (Layer 1) LAN
How to connect ethernet PDH-IME, RL-IME, VCG WAN Alternative 1 Ethernet Private Line (Layer 1) LAN
How to connect ethernet PDH-IME, RL-IME, VCG WAN Alternative 1 Ethernet Private Line (Layer 1) LAN
How to connect ethernet PDH-IME, RL-IME, VCG WAN Alternative 1 Ethernet Private Line (Layer 1) LAN

WAN

Alternative 1 Ethernet Private Line

(Layer 1)

LAN

How to connect ethernet PDH-IME, RL-IME, VCG WAN Alternative 1 Ethernet Private Line (Layer 1) LAN
How to connect ethernet PDH-IME, RL-IME, VCG WAN Alternative 1 Ethernet Private Line (Layer 1) LAN

Alternative 2 Switch (Layer 2)

Layer 1

How to connect ethernet PDH-IME, RL-IME, VCG WAN Alternative 1 Ethernet Private Line (Layer 1) LAN
How to connect ethernet PDH-IME, RL-IME, VCG WAN Alternative 1 Ethernet Private Line (Layer 1) LAN
How to connect ethernet PDH-IME, RL-IME, VCG WAN Alternative 1 Ethernet Private Line (Layer 1) LAN

Ethernet over SDH

SXU3 B

4xE1

7 WAN ports with 8 priority queues per egress WAN port

F P SXU3 Ethernet 7xVCG PDH ADM VC-12 VC-3 VC-4 Ethernet 4xSTM-1 21xE1 21xVC-12 BR
F
P
SXU3
Ethernet
7xVCG
PDH
ADM
VC-12
VC-3
VC-4
Ethernet
4xSTM-1
21xE1
21xVC-12
BR
Ethernet over SDH SXU3 B 4xE1 7 WAN ports with 8 priority queues per egress WAN

High speed Ptp NPU3 B or ETU3

Ethernet over SDH SXU3 B 4xE1 7 WAN ports with 8 priority queues per egress WAN
Ethernet over SDH SXU3 B 4xE1 7 WAN ports with 8 priority queues per egress WAN

Modem units

TDM Bus

STM-1 mapping examples

SXU3 B can:

• map Ethernet traffic into SDH VC-12, VC-3 or VC-4 • map E1 into SDH VC-12

1xVC-4 ~150Mbit/s SOH
1xVC-4
~150Mbit/s
SOH
3xVC-3 SOH
3xVC-3
SOH
2xVC-3 S OH S OH
2xVC-3
S OH
S OH

42xVC-12

1xVC-3

63xVC-12 SOH
63xVC-12
SOH

Ethernet over SDH

SXU3 B

3

• Map the VCG into the structured SDH port(s)

2

• Structure the SDH port(s) to match the VCG

Ethernet over SDH SXU3 B 3 • Map the VCG into the structured SDH port(s) 2

WAN to SDH mapping…

– TU-12, TU-3, VC-4 ADM 2x STM-1 21xVC-12 7x VCG 21xE1
– TU-12, TU-3, VC-4
ADM
2x STM-1
21xVC-12
7x VCG
21xE1

Mapping and Cross Connect

Ethernet over SDH SXU3 B 3 • Map the VCG into the structured SDH port(s) 2

2x STM-1

1

• Set VCG Concatenation.

VC-12, VC-3 or VC-4 level.

• Set band width.

Number of VC-n to use.

• If applicable enable LCAS

Functional model

Ingress Admission Classification, TC queue Policing Forwardning control tagging mapping
Ingress
Admission
Classification,
TC queue
Policing
Forwardning
control
tagging
mapping
Egress Tail Color Packet WRED Scheduling dropping dropping aging
Egress
Tail
Color
Packet
WRED
Scheduling
dropping
dropping
aging

• Frame size Up to 9216 bytes is supported*

• Frame t yp

e Allow or block:

Q-tagged frames Priority tagged frames Untagged frames

• Storm protection Per port max number of allowed:

Broadcast frames, Multicast frames and Destination lookup failure frames per second

• White list Allowed source MAC addresses per port

Functional model

Ingress Admission Classification, Policing, TC queue Forwardning control tagging Coloring mapping
Ingress
Admission
Classification,
Policing,
TC queue
Forwardning
control
tagging
Coloring
mapping
Tail Packet Egress Color WRED Scheduling dropping dropping aging
Tail
Packet
Egress
Color
WRED
Scheduling
dropping
dropping
aging
• Classification Reads/sets Class of Sevice (CoS) on the ethernet packet • Tagging Tags/untags the ethernet
• Classification
Reads/sets Class of Sevice (CoS) on the ethernet packet
• Tagging
Tags/untags the ethernet packets with VLAN ID
• Policing Measures traffic streams and compares it with a bandwidth profile • Coloring Excessive Ethernet
• Policing
Measures traffic streams and compares it with a bandwidth profile
• Coloring
Excessive Ethernet frames are marked with a ”color” and might be discarded
later in the network if congestion occurs

Functional model

Ingress Admission Classification, TC queue Policing Forwardning control tagging mapping
Ingress
Admission
Classification,
TC queue
Policing
Forwardning
control
tagging
mapping
Egress Tail Color Packet WRED Scheduling dropping dropping aging
Egress
Tail
Color
Packet
WRED
Scheduling
dropping
dropping
aging

• ”D-bridge”

Forwarding based

on MAC address

• ”Q-bridge”

Forwarding based

on VLAN (and MAC)

up to 4094 VLANs

• Self Learning

forwarding table

w. aging

16000 entries

• HOLB

To avoid a congested

port blocking non-

congested ports

• RSTP MSTP

/

To handle Ethernet

rings

• Static routes

Unicast

Multicast

• Port blocking

Blocks forwarding from given

ingress port to specific

egress port(s)

• MAC address limiting per port

Max number of allowed entries

in the forwarding table per port

• L2 protocol tunneling

To forward for example

customer’s RSTP.

Transparent tunneling

Functional model

Admission
Admission
Classification,
Classification,
Policing
Policing
Forwardning
Forwardning
TC queue mapping
TC queue
mapping

Ingress

Functional model Admission Classification, Policing Forwardning TC queue mapping Ingress control tagging Egress Tail Color Packet
control tagging Egress Tail Color Packet WRED Scheduling dropping dropping aging
control
tagging
Egress
Tail
Color
Packet
WRED
Scheduling
dropping
dropping
aging
LAN port 8 TC queues on Egress WAN port 8 TC queus on Egress TDM/Ptp Bus
LAN port
8 TC queues
on Egress
WAN port
8 TC queus
on Egress
TDM/Ptp Bus

• Mapping into TC queues based on Priority bits (C-

PCP or S-PCP bit in VLAN header, DSCP value in IP

header or EXP bit in MPLS header)

• TC/prio queues according to IEEE802.1Q,

IEEE802.1D or custom.

• B

u

ff

i

LAN

t

er s ze per

por :

ETU2: 1024 frames, all frame sizes. NPU3: 400kByte. All L2 Ethernet Services ports: min 100kByte. Max 1024 frames.

Buffer size per WAN port:

ETU2: 1024 frames, all frame sizes. NPU3: 400kByte. All L2 Ethernet services ports: 200ms of traffic at max link capacity.

Functional model

Ingress Admission Classification, TC queue Policing Forwardning control tagging mapping Packet Egress Tail Color WRED Scheduling
Ingress
Admission
Classification,
TC queue
Policing
Forwardning
control
tagging
mapping
Packet
Egress
Tail
Color
WRED
Scheduling
dropping
dropping
aging
• Tail dropping All new packets that are scheduled to a CoS queue that is already
• Tail dropping
All new packets that are scheduled to a CoS queue
that is already full are dropped regardless of priority.
• Color dropping Frames are dropped based on the internal priority and color information in the
• Color dropping
Frames are dropped based on the internal priority and
color information in the PCP value.

Functional model

Ingress Admission Classification, TC queue Policing Forwardning control tagging mapping Packet Egress Tail Color WRED Scheduling
Ingress
Admission
Classification,
TC queue
Policing
Forwardning
control
tagging
mapping
Packet
Egress
Tail
Color
WRED
Scheduling
dropping
dropping
aging
Threshold • WRED S cheduler
Threshold
• WRED
S cheduler
• Packet aging Frames are dropped based on aging time.
• Packet aging
Frames are dropped based on aging time.

Functional model

Ingress Admission Classification, TC queue Policing Forwardning control tagging mapping
Ingress
Admission
Classification,
TC queue
Policing
Forwardning
control
tagging
mapping
Tail Packet Egress Color WRED Scheduling dropping dropping aging Before After
Tail
Packet
Egress
Color
WRED
Scheduling
dropping
dropping
aging
Before
After

Buffering

Functional model Ingress Admission Classification, TC queue Policing Forwardning control tagging mapping Tail Packet Egress Color

• Strict scheduling

Priority 7

• Strict scheduling Priority 7 Sch eduler
• Strict scheduling Priority 7 Sch eduler

Sch eduler

 
 
 

Priority 6

Priority 6
Priority 6
       

Priority 5

Priority 5
Priority 5
 
 
Scheduler
Scheduler
 

Queue 1 (50%)

Queue 1 (50%)
Queue 1 (50%)
 

• WFQ

Queue 2 (25%)

• WFQ Queue 2 (25%)
• WFQ Queue 2 (25%)
     
   

Queue 3 (25%)

Queue 3 (25%)
Queue 3 (25%)

Link Aggregation Group

Link Aggregation Control Protocol, LACP.

Standardized Ethernet protocol for protection

and increasing of the line capacity.

Southbound

Link Aggregation Group Link Aggregation Control Protocol, LACP. Standardized Ethernet protocol for protection and increasing of
Link Aggregation Group Link Aggregation Control Protocol, LACP. Standardized Ethernet protocol for protection and increasing of

Shall be of equal speed.

GE or FE

Northbound

Northbound

Scheduling

Strict priority scheduling

Ingress Admission Classification, TC queue Egress Forwarding Scheduling control tagging mapping
Ingress
Admission
Classification,
TC queue
Egress
Forwarding
Scheduling
control
tagging
mapping
  • Priority 7

  • Priority 6

  • Priority 5

7 6 5 7 6 5 7 6 5 LAN port TC/priority TC/p riority TC/priority detection
7
6
5
7
6
5
7
6
5
LAN
port
TC/priority
TC/p riority
TC/priority
detection
dete ction
detection
Scheduler
Scheduler
Sche duler WAN port
Sche duler
WAN port
Scheduler
Scheduler

Ethernet traffic protection

Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol, RSTP

Re-route traffic on Ethernet level

Switch time < 50ms

1+1 SNCP

To re-route traffic on E1/DS1 or SDH level

Switch time < 50ms

MSP 1+1

Traffic protection on SDH level

Switch time < 50ms at link failure

< 2sec at board failure

IM protocol redundancy

IM group still operational if an

E1/DS1 goes down

Bandwidth change time < 50ms

1+1 Microwave radio protection

Protection of PDH and SDH radio hop

Switch time < 200ms at link failure

< 2sec at board failure

Ethernet over SDH

Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme, LCAS

Ethernet over SDH Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme, LCAS ADM Capacity management Protection VCG: 20xVC-12 STM-1 ”A”
ADM
ADM

Capacity management Protection

VCG: 20xVC-12

STM-1 ”A”
STM-1 ”A”
10xVC-12 STM-1 ”B” 10xVC-12
10xVC-12
STM-1 ”B”
10xVC-12
Ethernet over SDH Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme, LCAS ADM Capacity management Protection VCG: 20xVC-12 STM-1 ”A”
ADM
ADM

Total capacity spread over two links.

VCG: 20xVC-12

(Rapid) Spanning Tree Protocol

(R)STP

VLAN ID #1 & #2
VLAN ID #1 & #2

Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol

MSTP

VLAN ID #1 VLAN ID #2
VLAN ID #1
VLAN ID #2

Provider Bridge (QinQ)

According to IEEE 802.1 ad

Customer A: VLAN 100 & 200 Customer B:
Customer A:
VLAN 100 & 200
Customer B:

VLAN 200 & 300

Feature released in R4.4FP

Provider Bridge (QinQ)

According to IEEE 802.1 ad

Type of data

VLAN: 8100

Customer PCP

bits

& VLAN ID

Q-tag Data 46 – 1500 bytes QinQ-tag Dest. Source FCS
Q-tag
Data
46 – 1500 bytes
QinQ-tag
Dest.
Source
FCS

Type of data

VLAN: 88a8

S-Priority S-VLAN identity DEI 3 bits, PCP 12 bits DEI: Drop Eligibility Identifier
S-Priority
S-VLAN identity
DEI
3 bits, PCP
12 bits
DEI: Drop Eligibility Identifier

Provider Bridge (QinQ)

According to IEEE 802.1 ad

Provider Bridge (QinQ) According to IEEE 802.1 ad Customer A: VLAN 100 & 200 Provider VLAN

Customer A:

VLAN 100 & 200

Provider Bridge (QinQ) According to IEEE 802.1 ad Customer A: VLAN 100 & 200 Provider VLAN
Provider Bridge (QinQ) According to IEEE 802.1 ad Customer A: VLAN 100 & 200 Provider VLAN

Provider VLAN 55

The switch only switches on

Provider Bridge (QinQ) According to IEEE 802.1 ad Customer A: VLAN 100 & 200 Provider VLAN
Provider Bridge (QinQ) According to IEEE 802.1 ad Customer A: VLAN 100 & 200 Provider VLAN

provider VLAN

55 & 56

Provider Bridge (QinQ) According to IEEE 802.1 ad Customer A: VLAN 100 & 200 Provider VLAN

Provider VLAN 56

Provider Bridge (QinQ) According to IEEE 802.1 ad Customer A: VLAN 100 & 200 Provider VLAN

Customer B:

VLAN 200 & 300

N+0

Want to increase the capacity?

RL-IME RL-IME Packet Link Packet Link
RL-IME
RL-IME
Packet Link
Packet Link

N+0

Group the RL-IME’s together

RL-IME Group RL-IME Group Packet Link Packet Link
RL-IME Group
RL-IME Group
Packet Link
Packet Link

Port Mirroring

NPU3 B Switch 2 3 3 1 4 9 5 8 6 66 77
NPU3 B
Switch
2
3
3
1
4
9
5
8
6
66
77

Ethernet traffic protection

1+1 Microwave radio protection

Protection of PDH and SDH radio hop

Switch time < 200ms at link failure

< 2sec at board failure

1+1 SNCP

Re-route traffic on E1/DS1 or SDH level

Switch time < 50ms

LCAS, Ethernet over SDH

VCG still operational if one or several VC’s

should go down

MSP 1+1

Traffic protection on SDH level

Switch time < 50ms at link failure

< 2sec at board failure

RSTP or MSTP

Re-route traffic on Ethernet level

Switch time < 50ms

LAG

Protection of physical cable

Switch time < 50ms

PDH-IME protocol redundancy

IME group still operational if an E1/DS1

goes down

Bandwidth change time < 50ms

N+0 protection (Graceful degradation)

2 – 4 MMU2 D/DA/H forming one common

Packet Link. Should one terminal go down

the total traffic will be shared by remaining

operational terminals.

Ethernet Agenda

Ethernet Agenda • Ethernet basics • Traffic examples •Hardware • Features •Configurations
Ethernet Agenda • Ethernet basics • Traffic examples •Hardware • Features •Configurations
• Ethernet basics • Traffic examples •Hardware • Features •Configurations
• Ethernet basics
• Traffic examples
•Hardware
• Features
•Configurations

Configuration example (1)

Layer 1 Ptp transport over PDH.

Configuration example (1) Layer 1 Ptp transport over PDH. Option 1 with ETU2 or NPU3 FE/GE
Option 1 with ETU2 or NPU3
Option 1 with ETU2 or NPU3

FE/GE

MMU2 B, C, D, H Modem IM IM I M IM IM IM TDM bus
MMU2 B, C, D, H
Modem
IM
IM
I
M
IM
IM
IM
TDM
bus
Configuration example (1) Layer 1 Ptp transport over PDH. Option 1 with ETU2 or NPU3 FE/GE

nxE1 or DS1

Max. 95Mbit/s per IM

Configuration example (1)

Ptp Ethernet from NPU3 or ETU2

Configuration example (1) Ptp Ethernet from NPU3 or ETU2

Configuration example (1)

Option 2 with ETU3 and NPU3 B Network Element NPU3 B 1. Enable PDH-IME Group and
Option 2 with ETU3 and NPU3 B
Network Element
NPU3 B
1.
Enable PDH-IME Group and set capacity of
Ethernet Switch
outgoing link
2.
Connect WAN interface to Layer 1
Switch
Switch
3.
Enable and connect LAN
Port
Port
Interface to Layer 1
4
4.
Configure Ethernet Private Line
Ethernet
Private Line
Point-to-Point Bus
ETU 3
WAN
2
LAN
PDH-
3
IME
LAN
1
Radio

Configuration example (2)

 
Configuration example (2) PDH PDH PDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. One LAN. Ethernet over
Configuration example (2) PDH PDH PDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. One LAN. Ethernet over
Configuration example (2) PDH PDH PDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. One LAN. Ethernet over
Configuration example (2) PDH PDH PDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. One LAN. Ethernet over
Configuration example (2) PDH PDH PDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. One LAN. Ethernet over
Configuration example (2) PDH PDH PDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. One LAN. Ethernet over
Configuration example (2) PDH PDH PDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. One LAN. Ethernet over
Configuration example (2) PDH PDH PDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. One LAN. Ethernet over

PDH

Configuration example (2) PDH PDH PDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. One LAN. Ethernet over
Configuration example (2) PDH PDH PDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. One LAN. Ethernet over

PDH

Configuration example (2) PDH PDH PDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. One LAN. Ethernet over
PDH
PDH
Configuration example (2) PDH PDH PDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. One LAN. Ethernet over

Layer 2 transport (switching).

Ethernet aggregation.

One LAN.

Ethernet over PDH traffic.

PDH Transport

IME IME IM IM IM MMU2 B, C, D, H ETU3 NPU3 B Ptp bus Modem
IME
IME
IM
IM
IM
MMU2 B, C, D, H
ETU3
NPU3 B
Ptp bus
Modem
Switch
Modem
TDM bus
IME
IM

MMU2 B, C, D, H

Modem
Modem

Configuration example (3)

 
Configuration example (3) PDH PDH PDH MMU2 D, H Modem Ptp bus Modem NPU3 B Switch
Configuration example (3) PDH PDH PDH MMU2 D, H Modem Ptp bus Modem NPU3 B Switch
Configuration example (3) PDH PDH PDH MMU2 D, H Modem Ptp bus Modem NPU3 B Switch
Configuration example (3) PDH PDH PDH MMU2 D, H Modem Ptp bus Modem NPU3 B Switch
Configuration example (3) PDH PDH PDH MMU2 D, H Modem Ptp bus Modem NPU3 B Switch
Configuration example (3) PDH PDH PDH MMU2 D, H Modem Ptp bus Modem NPU3 B Switch
Configuration example (3) PDH PDH PDH MMU2 D, H Modem Ptp bus Modem NPU3 B Switch
Configuration example (3) PDH PDH PDH MMU2 D, H Modem Ptp bus Modem NPU3 B Switch

PDH

Configuration example (3) PDH PDH PDH MMU2 D, H Modem Ptp bus Modem NPU3 B Switch
Configuration example (3) PDH PDH PDH MMU2 D, H Modem Ptp bus Modem NPU3 B Switch

PDH

Configuration example (3) PDH PDH PDH MMU2 D, H Modem Ptp bus Modem NPU3 B Switch
PDH
PDH
Configuration example (3) PDH PDH PDH MMU2 D, H Modem Ptp bus Modem NPU3 B Switch

MMU2 D, H

Modem
Modem

Ptp bus

Ptp bus
Modem
Modem
Configuration example (3) PDH PDH PDH MMU2 D, H Modem Ptp bus Modem NPU3 B Switch
Configuration example (3) PDH PDH PDH MMU2 D, H Modem Ptp bus Modem NPU3 B Switch
NPU3 B Switch
NPU3 B
Switch

Layer 2 transport (switching).

Ethernet aggregation.

One LAN.

Packet link.

PDH Transport.

Ptp bus
Ptp bus

MMU2 D, H

Modem
Modem

Configuration example (4)

Microwave PDH ring Add/drop of Ethernet and PDH NPU3 B Ptp bus PDH Ptp bus Ptp
Microwave PDH ring
Add/drop of Ethernet and PDH
NPU3 B
Ptp bus
PDH
Ptp bus
Ptp bus
Switch
MMU2 D, H
ETU3
MMU2 D, H
Modem
IM
TDM bus
Modem
TDM bus
MMU2
B, C, D, H
Modem

Configuration guide

Ethernet over PDH traffic from NPU3 B via the switch

Network Element NPU3 B

  • 1. Activate Ethernet Switch

  • 2. Enable PDH-IME Group and set capacity of outgoing link

  • 3. Connect WAN interface to switch

  • 4. Enable and connect LAN Interface to switch

  • 5. Configure VLAN

  • 6. Configure untagged traffic to get desired VLAN

1

Ethernet Switch 5
Ethernet Switch
5

Switch

6

Port

Ethernet

Switch Port
Switch
Port
4 Private Line LAN LAN LAN Point-to-Point Bus ETU 3 WAN 3 PDH- IME 2
4
Private Line
LAN
LAN
LAN
Point-to-Point Bus
ETU 3
WAN
3
PDH-
IME
2

Radio

Configuration guide Ethernet over PDH traffic from NPU3 B via the switch Network Element NPU3 B

Configuration guide

Layer 2 switch of Ethernet over PDH traffic from NPU3 B

  • 1. Activate Ethernet Switch

  • 2. Create PDH-IME Group (and set capacity)

  • 3. Connect WAN interface to a switch port

Configuration guide Layer 2 switch of Ethernet over PDH traffic from NPU3 B 1. Activate Ethernet

1.

2.

Configuration guide Layer 2 switch of Ethernet over PDH traffic from NPU3 B 1. Activate Ethernet

3.

Configuration guide Layer 2 switch of Ethernet over PDH traffic from NPU3 B 1. Activate Ethernet

Configuration guide

Layer 2 switch of Ethernet over PDH traffic from NPU3 B 4. 4. Enable and connect
Layer 2 switch of Ethernet over PDH traffic from NPU3 B
4.
4.
Enable and connect LAN
Interface to a switch port
5.
Configure VLAN
6.
Configure untagged traffic to get a
VLAN
5.
6.

Configuration example (5)

  • PDH

Configuration example (5) PDH PDH SDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. ADM (TM) SDH Northbound
Configuration example (5) PDH PDH SDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. ADM (TM) SDH Northbound
PDH
PDH

SDH

Configuration example (5) PDH PDH SDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. ADM (TM) SDH Northbound
Configuration example (5) PDH PDH SDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. ADM (TM) SDH Northbound
Configuration example (5) PDH PDH SDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. ADM (TM) SDH Northbound

Layer 2 transport (switching).

Ethernet aggregation.

ADM (TM)

SDH Northbound

NPU3 B

Configuration example (5) PDH PDH SDH Layer 2 transport (switching). Ethernet aggregation. ADM (TM) SDH Northbound
VCG Ptp bus Switch SXU3 B Ptp bus ADM 21xE1
VCG
Ptp bus
Switch
SXU3 B
Ptp bus
ADM
21xE1

MMU2 B, C, D, H

Modem
Modem
Modem
Modem
IM IM IM IM IM IM ETU3
IM
IM
IM
IM
IM
IM
ETU3
TDM bus
TDM bus

MMU2 E, F

Modem
Modem

Ethernet over SDH

SXU3 B

1. Structure the SDH port(s)

to match the VCG

TU-12 TU-3 VC-4

,

,

4. Make an Ethernet to SDH

Cross Connect

SXU3 B ADM VCG
SXU3 B
ADM
VCG

STM-1

Ethernet over SDH SXU3 B Structure the SDH port(s) to match the VCG – TU-12 TU-3

2. Set VCG Concatenation.

3. Set band width.

VC-12, VC-3 or VC-4 level.

WAN

Number of VC-n to use.

Ethernet over SDH SXU3 B Structure the SDH port(s) to match the VCG – TU-12 TU-3

5. Connect WAN to switch port.

Configuration example (6)

Gigabit Ethernet Link

Ptp bus Modem nxMMU2 D, H NPU3 B Modem Modem Switch 1+1 SNCP Modem TDM bus
Ptp bus
Modem
nxMMU2 D, H
NPU3 B
Modem
Modem
Switch
1+1 SNCP
Modem
TDM bus