[DeviceE-GigabitEthernet1/0/4] cfd remote-mep 1001 service-instance 1 mep 5001
[DeviceE-GigabitEthernet1/0/4] cfd remote-mep 4002 service-instance 1 mep 5001
[DeviceE-GigabitEthernet1/0/4] cfd mep service-instance 1 mep 5001 enable
[DeviceE-GigabitEthernet1/0/4] cfd cc service-instance 1 mep 5001 enable
After the above configuration, you can use the commands display cfd mp and display cfd mep to
verify your configuration.
Configuring the Rules for Generating MIPs
After finishing MEP configuration, you can continue to configure the MIPs.
MIPs, which are generated by some rules, are configured in the following way:
Decide the device on which MIPs are to be configured.
Choose suitable rules for MIP generation. By default, MIP is not configured on a device. If MIPs are
to be configured on each port in the MD, you should choose the default rule. If MIPs are to be
configured only when the low level MDs having MEP, you should choose the explicit rule.
According to the diagram as shown in
In MD_A, Device B is designed to have MIPs when its port is configured with low level MEPs. In this
case, port GigabitEthernet 1/0/3 is configured with MEPs of MD_B, and the MIPs of MD_A can be
configured on this port. Based on the design, you should configure the MIP generation rule of
MD_A to explicit on Device B.
The MIPs of MD_B are designed on Device C, and are configured on all ports. Based on this
design, the MIP generation rule should be configured as default.
Figure 1-7 Network diagram of MD and MP configuration
Configure Device B
[DeviceB] cfd mip-rule explicit service-instance 1
Configure Device C
[DeviceC] cfd mip-rule default service-instance 2
After the above operation, you can use the display cfd mp command to verify your configuration.
1-7, perform the following configurations: