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Nokia 7450 Advanced Configuration Manual

Nokia 7450 Advanced Configuration Manual (1578 pages)

Part II Releases Up To 15.0.R5 Ethernet Service Switch; Service Router; Extensible Routing System  
Brand: Nokia | Category: Switch | Size: 16.3 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide21................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Technical Publications21................................................................................................................................................................
Services Overview25................................................................................................................................................................
G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection Multiple Ring Topology27................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration35................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion70................................................................................................................................................................
G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection Single Ring Topology71................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Services And Evpn91................................................................................................................................................................
Auto-learn Mac Protect In Evpn93................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Multi-homing For Vpls Networks125................................................................................................................................................................
Overview127................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Virtual Private Wire Services159................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Vpls189................................................................................................................................................................
Black-hole Mac For Evpn Loop Protection223................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Commands232................................................................................................................................................................
Conditional Static Black-hole Mac In Evpn239................................................................................................................................................................
Evpn For Mpls Tunnels269................................................................................................................................................................
Evpn For Mpls Tunnels In Epipe Services (evpn-vpws)323................................................................................................................................................................
Evpn For Mpls Tunnels In Routed Vpls353................................................................................................................................................................
Evpn For Pbb Over Mpls (pbb-evpn)379................................................................................................................................................................
Applicability419................................................................................................................................................................
Evpn Interconnect Ethernet Segments487................................................................................................................................................................
Evpn-mpls Interconnect For Evpn-vxlan Vpls Services513................................................................................................................................................................
Fully Dynamic Vsd Integration Model539................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-as Model C For Vll591................................................................................................................................................................
Policy Configuration596................................................................................................................................................................
Service Configuration597................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Multicast Optimization For Evpn-vxlan - Assisted Replication609................................................................................................................................................................
Ldp Vpls Using Bgp Auto-discovery635................................................................................................................................................................
Ldp Vpls Using Bgp Auto-discovery - Prefer Provisioned Sdp659................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-chassis Endpoint For Vpls Active/standby Pseudowire671................................................................................................................................................................
System Priority685................................................................................................................................................................
Passive Mode693................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-segment Pseudowire Routing697................................................................................................................................................................
Explicit Paths704................................................................................................................................................................
Static Routes705................................................................................................................................................................
P2mp Mldp Tunnels For Bum Traffic In Evpn-mpls Services747................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Snooping763................................................................................................................................................................
Pbb-epipe773................................................................................................................................................................
Command Output782................................................................................................................................................................
Pbb-evpn Isid-based Cmac Flush793................................................................................................................................................................
Pbb-vpls819................................................................................................................................................................
Preference-based And Non-revertive Evpn Df Election855................................................................................................................................................................
Auto Mode872................................................................................................................................................................
Shortest Path Bridging For Mac879................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Ethernet Segments911................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Range Saps For Vpls And Epipe Services925................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 3 Services945................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Best External In A Vprn947................................................................................................................................................................
Carrier Supporting Carrier Ip Vpns975................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 3 Vpn: Vprn Type Spoke999................................................................................................................................................................
Ng-mvpn Configuration With Mpls1013................................................................................................................................................................
Ng-mvpn Configuration With Pim1071................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast Vpn Overview1075................................................................................................................................................................
Ng-mvpn Sender-only, Receiver-only1119................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast Groups1123................................................................................................................................................................
Ng-mvpn Source Redundancy1171................................................................................................................................................................
Ng-mvpn Wildcard S-pmsi1203................................................................................................................................................................
Rosen Mvpn Core Diversity1231................................................................................................................................................................
Rosen Mvpn Inter-as Option B1257................................................................................................................................................................
Spoke Termination For Ipv6-6vpe1285................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Address1291................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Leaking From Vprn To Grt1309................................................................................................................................................................
Vprn Inter-as Vpn Model C1335................................................................................................................................................................
Quality Of Service1353................................................................................................................................................................
Class Fair Hierarchical Policing For Saps1355................................................................................................................................................................
Fp And Port Queue Groups1393................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Examples1408................................................................................................................................................................
Network Configuration1435................................................................................................................................................................
Card Configuration1452................................................................................................................................................................
Buffer Pools1455................................................................................................................................................................
Pseudowire Qos1513................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Architecture And Basic Operation1535................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Components1536................................................................................................................................................................
Network Ports1550................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Management1556................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support1577................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback1577................................................................................................................................................................

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Nokia 7450 Advanced Configuration Manual

Nokia 7450 Advanced Configuration Manual (1442 pages)

Ethernet Service Switch / Service Router / Extensible Routing  
Brand: Nokia | Category: Network Hardware | Size: 20.06 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide23................................................................................................................................................................
Basic System27................................................................................................................................................................
Ieee 1588 For Frequency, Phase, And Time Distribution29................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1 Ptp Messages And Timestamp Exchange31................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3 1588 Topology For Time Distribution33................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4 Frequency Distribution With 1588 As Last Mile34................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6 Floor Packet Counting For Fpp (n, W, δ)39................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7 G.8271.1 Time Error Budget41................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration42................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9 Boundary Clock52................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 10 Boundary Clocks With Edge Vprn Access57................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion62................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Ethernet63................................................................................................................................................................
Overview64................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 12 Packet Based Network Timing Infrastructure66................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 13 Cpm Clock Synchronization Reference Selection67................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1 Revertive, Non-revertive Timing Reference Switching Operation68................................................................................................................................................................
System Management79................................................................................................................................................................
Distributed Cpu Protection81................................................................................................................................................................
Event Handling System105................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Configuration119................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-chassis Aps And Pseudowire Redundancy Interworking121................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 21 Mc-aps Network Topology123................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 24 Association Of Saps/sdps And Endpoints130................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 25 Icb Spoke Sdps And Association With The Endpoints133................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 28 Additional Setup Example 2 (part 1a)137................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-chassis Lag And Pseudowire Redundancy Interworking141................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 32 Network Resiliency143................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 36 Additional Setup Example 2159................................................................................................................................................................
Port Cross-connect (pxc)163................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 37 Example Topology164................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 38 Non-redundant Pxc167................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 39 Pxc Redundant Mode With Lag170................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 40 As Mode With Redundant Fpe181................................................................................................................................................................
Router Configuration195................................................................................................................................................................
Pe Next-hop Resolution197................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 41 Ipv6 Provider Edge (6pe)198................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 42 Example Topology200................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 43 6pe Next Hop Resolved To An Ldp Tunnel204................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 44 6pe Next Hop Resolved To An Rsvp-te Tunnel206................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 45 6pe Next Hop Resolved To An Sr-isis Tunnel210................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 46 Example Topology For Seamless Mpls211................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 47 Configured Protocols For Seamless Mpls212................................................................................................................................................................
Aggregate Route Indirect Next-hop Option219................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 50 Example Topology221................................................................................................................................................................
Bi-directional Forwarding Detection229................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 52 Bfd Centralized Sessions232................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 53 Bfd Interface Configuration233................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 57 Bfd For Static Routes242................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 60 Bfd For T-ldp253................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 62 Bfd Sessions Within Ipsec Tunnels259................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 63 Logic For Shared Bfd Sessions262................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 64 Bfd For Vrrp263................................................................................................................................................................
Hybrid Openflow Switch271................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2 Openflow Messages275................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3 Flow_mod Cookie Value277................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 66 Openflow Operation In Base Routing Context282................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 67 Example Topology For Openflow Within A Service Routing Context290................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5 Supported Redirect Actions297................................................................................................................................................................
Lfa Policies Using Ospf As Igp301................................................................................................................................................................
Pbr/pbf Redundancy321................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 70 Example Topology328................................................................................................................................................................
Rate Limit Filter Action347................................................................................................................................................................
Unicast Routing Protocols357................................................................................................................................................................
Associating Communities With Static And Aggregate Routes359................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 77 Ce-7 Connectivity376................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 78 Ce-6 Connectivity381................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Add-path387................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 79 Rr Advertises Best Path Only – Path A Preferred Over Path B388................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 80 Reconvergence After Path Failure (without Add-path)389................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 81 Advertised Paths When Bgp Add-path Is Enabled In Pes And Rr390................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 82 Reconvergence After Path Failure When Bgp Add-path Is Enabled391................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 83 Example Topology396................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 84 Example Topology With Vprns408................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Add-path Policy Control415................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 87 Example Topology - Ipv4418................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 88 Example Topology - Vpn-ipv4424................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Neighbors430................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Conditional Route Advertisement431................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 90 Conditional Bgp Route Advertisement Implementation Example432................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 91 Example Topology434................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Fast Reroute445................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 94 Bgp Frr Topology448................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Fast Reroute Policy Control461................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 95 Community Addition On Pe-1 And Pe-2462................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 97 Example Topology - Ipv4464................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Table467................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 98 Example Topology - Vpn-ipv4472................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Flowspec For Ipv4 And Ipv6481................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 99 Example Topology484................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Multipath501................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 104 Bgp Multipath With Limit 6 And Ebgp Preferred510................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 105 Bgp Multipath With Limit 6, Ebgp Equal To Ibgp, And Other Path Options Identical512................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 112 Ebgp Equal To Ibgp: No Eibgp Load-balancing523................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Optimal Route Reflection For Hierarchical Networks525................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 118 Suboptimal Route Reflection533................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 119 Optimal Route Reflection537................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Optimal Route Reflection For Non-hierarchical Networks539................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 124 Suboptimal Route Reflection548................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 125 Optimal Route Reflection550................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Prefix Limit Per Address Family553................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Route Leaking565................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 129 Bgp Route Leaking Process566................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 135 Bgp Ipv6 Route Leaking From Grt And Vprn To Vprn595................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Weighted Ecmp605................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 136 Standard Ecmp - Equal Bandwidth Links606................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 137 Standard Ecmp - Unequal Bandwidth Links607................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 138 Link Bandwidth Extended Community Advertisement608................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 139 Weighted Ecmp - Unequal Bandwidth Links609................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 141 Standard Ecmp - Unequal Bandwidth Links With Ebgp610................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 143 Example Topology - Bgp Weighted Ecmp For Ipv4 Family613................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Bgp Peers625................................................................................................................................................................
Ebgp Route Resolution To A Static Route635................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 147 Bgp Peering637................................................................................................................................................................
Is-is Link Bundling653................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 148 Link Bundle Schematic654................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 149 Effect Of Single Link Failure On Bundle Group655................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 150 Double Link Failure656................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 152 Link Failure664................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 153 Second Link Failure667................................................................................................................................................................
Policy Chaining And Logical Expressions671................................................................................................................................................................
Separate Bgp Ribs For Labeled Routes693................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 157 Seamless Mpls - Separate Labeled-ipv4 Implementation697................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 158 System Architecture With Separate Ribs For Labeled-unicast And Unlabeled Routes698................................................................................................................................................................
Sessions (default)715................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls721................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Bandwidth Adjustment In P2p Lsps723................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 167 Auto-bandwidth Adjustment Implementation725................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Creation Of Rsvp-te Lsps759................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 171 Igp Shortcuts With Rsvp-te Auto-mesh765................................................................................................................................................................
Class-based Forwarding779................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 176 Test Topology For Cbf Of Ldp Prefix Packets Over Igp Shortcuts793................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 177 Different Paths For Different Fcs798................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 178 Traffic On Default Lsp804................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 179 Traffic With Fc Ef On Direct Path805................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 180 Traffic On Default Lsp With Lowest Id On P-3807................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 181 Traffic On System-selected Default Lsps With Lowest Tunnel Id809................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 182 Inconsistent Cbf Configuration. Revert To Ecmp Forwarding812................................................................................................................................................................
Diffserv Traffic Engineering815................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 183 Example Topology816................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 188 Paths From Pe-1 To Pe-3828................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 192 Bandwidth Reservation837................................................................................................................................................................
Entropy Label853................................................................................................................................................................
Igp Shortcuts867................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 207 Example Topology869................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 208 Lsps Between Pe-1 And Pe-6884................................................................................................................................................................
Table 19 Rsvp Lsp Role As Outcome Of Lsp Level And Igp Level Configuration Options890................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-area Te Point-to-point Lsps919................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 214 Abr Protection929................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 215 Protection Of All Nodes/links Along The Lsp Path930................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 216 Admin Group Example933................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 217 Share Risk Link Groups936................................................................................................................................................................
Ldp Fec To Bgp Label Route Stitching941................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 218 Ldp Fec To Bgp Label Route Stitching942................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 220 Bgp Enabled With P-4 As Rr947................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 221 End-to-end Epipe Service952................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 222 Label Stacks For Traffic From An-1 To An-8959................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 223 Block Bgp Label Bindings To Ldp Du Peer Pe-9964................................................................................................................................................................
Ldp Over Rsvp Using Ospf As Igp969................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 225 Vprn 1 With Ldporsvp And No Intra-area Pe Connectivity985................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 226 Vprn 1 With Ldporsvp And Intra-area Pe Connectivity1003................................................................................................................................................................
Ldp Point-to-point Lsps1007................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 227 Generic Mpls Network, Mpls Label Operations1009................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 228 Mpls Example Topology1010................................................................................................................................................................
Ldp-igp Synchronization1023................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 230 Shortest Path Between Pe-1 And Pe-51027................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 231 Rerouting Via P-3 And P-4 Until Ldp Synchronization Timer Terminates1029................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 232 Restored Link With One Ldp Synchronization Timer Terminated1031................................................................................................................................................................
Ldp-sr Stitching For Ipv4 Prefixes (is-is)1035................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Ldp Frr Using Isis As Igp1051................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 234 Initial Topology1053................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 235 Data Verification In The Direction From Pe-1 To Pe-5 Using Epipe Service1063................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 236 Lfa Computation, Inequality 1 For Prefix Pe-5 (d) On Pe-1 (s)1070................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 237 Lfa Computation, Inequality 3 For Prefix Pe-5 (d) On Pe-1 (s)1071................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Transport Profile1077................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 239 Mpls-tp Example Network Showing Lsps1080................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 240 Mpls-tp Example Network Showing Services Detail1081................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 242 Lsp Path Label Value Configurations1090................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast Label Distribution Protocol1103................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 243 Setup Of Mldp P2mp Lsp1105................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 245 Ldp P2mp Lsp1113................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 246 New Ldp P2mp Lsp After Metric Change1131................................................................................................................................................................
Path Mtu Discovery1137................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 247 L2 Services Mtus For Ethernet Frames1139................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 249 Path Mtu1141................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 252 Example Topology1144................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 253 Multiple Epipes Using Ldp Sdps1147................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 254 Multiple Epipes Between Pe-1 And Pe-4 - Ipv61149................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 255 Bgp-ipv41152................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 256 Bgp-ipv61154................................................................................................................................................................
Pcep Support For Rsvp-te Lsps1157................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 257 Network Services Platform Block Diagram1158................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 259 Rsvp-te Lsp With Strict Hops1167................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 260 Admin Groups1172................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 261 Diverse Primary And Secondary Paths1180................................................................................................................................................................
Rsvp Point-to-point Lsps1183................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 262 Generic Mpls Network, Mpls Label Operations1185................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 264 Lsp With Dynamic Path Takes Igp Best Route1195................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 265 Rsvp-te Lsp With Dynamic Path Using Te Metric1198................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 266 Fast Reroute One-to-one Detour Tunnels1201................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 267 Fast-reroute Facility Bypass Tunnels1204................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 268 Frr Facility Without Node Protection1208................................................................................................................................................................
Shut Down1209................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 269 Admin Groups 'blue' And 'red1210................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 270 Lsp And Bypass Within Admin Group 'blue1211................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 271 Lsp And Frr Bypass Tunnel Excluding Admin Group 'red1214................................................................................................................................................................
Rsvp Signaled Point-to-multipoint Lsps1225................................................................................................................................................................
Seamless Mpls: Isolated Igp/ldp Domains And Labeled Bgp1269................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 279 Seamless Mpls - Network Topology, Control And Data Plane1270................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 281 Seamless Mpls - Bgp1273................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 282 End-to-end Epipe Service1278................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 283 L3 Vpn Service1280................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 284 Label Stacks For Traffic From An-1 To An-51283................................................................................................................................................................
Segment Routing – Traffic Engineered Tunnels1291................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 286 Node & Adjacency Sids1297................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 287 Pcc Computed Strict Path Between Pcc-1 And Pcc-21298................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 288 Pcc Computed Lsp Hop-to-label Translation1300................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 289 Sr-te Lsp With Loose Path1302................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 290 Vprn Service Schematic1305................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 291 Epipe Service Schematic1307................................................................................................................................................................
Segment Routing With Is-is Control Plane1311................................................................................................................................................................
Network Topology1313................................................................................................................................................................
Table 23 Mode Comparison1315................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 293 Rlfa Traffic Path During Protection1326................................................................................................................................................................
Shared Risk Link Groups For Rsvp-based Lsp1337................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 294 Example Topology1338................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 295 Srlg Topology1340................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 297 Frr Bypass Tunnels Originating In Pe-1 With And Without Srlg1348................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 298 Srlg For Secondary Path1351................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 299 Srlg Database Example1354................................................................................................................................................................
Static Point-to-point Lsps1357................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 300 Generic Mpls Network, Mpls Label Operations1359................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 301 Mpls Example Topology1360................................................................................................................................................................
Tunneling Of Icmp Reply Packets Over Mpls Lsps1369................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 303 Use Of Ttl: Uniform Versus Pipe1370................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 304 Use Of Ttl In An L2 Vpn Service In Pipe Mode1371................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 305 Use Of Ttl In An L3 Vpn Service In Pipe Mode1372................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 314 Tunnel From Iler Pe-3 To Eler Pe-6 With Multiple Lsrs1388................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 315 Udp Traceroute With Iler In Uniform Mode1389................................................................................................................................................................
Unnumbered Interfaces In Rsvp-te And Ldp1393................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 324 Ldp Frr Lfa Link Protection On Pe-41437................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support1441................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback1441................................................................................................................................................................
Nokia 7450 Advanced Configuration Manual

Nokia 7450 Advanced Configuration Manual (1300 pages)

Brand: Nokia | Category: Network Router | Size: 18.32 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Preface23................................................................................................................................................................
Basic System27................................................................................................................................................................
Ieee 1588 For Frequency, Phase, And Time Distribution29................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Delay Variation37................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration42................................................................................................................................................................
Conclusion62................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Ethernet63................................................................................................................................................................
Overview64................................................................................................................................................................
System Management79................................................................................................................................................................
Distributed Cpu Protection81................................................................................................................................................................
Event Handling System105................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Configuration119................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-chassis Aps And Pseudowire Redundancy Interworking121................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-chassis Lag And Pseudowire Redundancy Interworking141................................................................................................................................................................
Port Cross-connect (pxc)163................................................................................................................................................................
Router Configuration195................................................................................................................................................................
Pe Next-hop Resolution197................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Configuration200................................................................................................................................................................
Aggregate Route Indirect Next-hop Option219................................................................................................................................................................
Bi-directional Forwarding Detection229................................................................................................................................................................
Hybrid Openflow Switch271................................................................................................................................................................
Lfa Policies Using Ospf As Igp301................................................................................................................................................................
Pbr/pbf Redundancy321................................................................................................................................................................
Rate Limit Filter Action347................................................................................................................................................................
Unicast Routing Protocols357................................................................................................................................................................
Associating Communities With Static And Aggregate Routes359................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Add-path387................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Fast Reroute415................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Flowspec For Ipv4 And Ipv6431................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Multipath451................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Route Leaking475................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Bgp Peers511................................................................................................................................................................
Ebgp Route Resolution To A Static Route521................................................................................................................................................................
Is-is Link Bundling537................................................................................................................................................................
Policy Chaining And Logical Expressions555................................................................................................................................................................
Separate Bgp Ribs For Labeled Routes577................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls605................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Bandwidth Adjustment In P2p Lsps607................................................................................................................................................................
Passive Monitoring617................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Creation Of Rsvp-te Lsps643................................................................................................................................................................
Class-based Forwarding663................................................................................................................................................................
Diffserv Traffic Engineering699................................................................................................................................................................
Bandwidth Constraint Models706................................................................................................................................................................
Entropy Label737................................................................................................................................................................
Igp Shortcuts753................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-area Te Point-to-point Lsps807................................................................................................................................................................
Abr Node Protection815................................................................................................................................................................
Ldp Fec To Bgp Label Route Stitching829................................................................................................................................................................
Router Interfaces833................................................................................................................................................................
Ldp Over Rsvp Using Ospf As Igp859................................................................................................................................................................
Ldp Point-to-point Lsps895................................................................................................................................................................
Ldp-igp Synchronization913................................................................................................................................................................
Ldp-sr Stitching For Ipv4 Prefixes (is-is)925................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Ldp Frr Using Isis As Igp941................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Transport Profile967................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast Label Distribution Protocol993................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Mldp997................................................................................................................................................................
Next Hop1009................................................................................................................................................................
Debug Commands1010................................................................................................................................................................
Path Mtu Discovery1025................................................................................................................................................................
Rsvp Point-to-point Lsps1045................................................................................................................................................................
Rsvp Signaled Point-to-multipoint Lsps1087................................................................................................................................................................
Seamless Mpls: Isolated Igp/ldp Domains And Labeled Bgp1131................................................................................................................................................................
Segment Routing – Traffic Engineered Tunnels1153................................................................................................................................................................
Segment Routing With Is-is Control Plane1173................................................................................................................................................................
Shared Risk Link Groups For Rsvp-based Lsp1197................................................................................................................................................................
Static Point-to-point Lsps1217................................................................................................................................................................
Tunneling Of Icmp Reply Packets Over Mpls Lsps1229................................................................................................................................................................
Unnumbered Interfaces In Rsvp-te And Ldp1253................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support1299................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback1299................................................................................................................................................................

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Nokia 7450 Quality Of Service Manual

Nokia 7450 Quality Of Service Manual (1048 pages)

ETHERNET SERVICE SWITCH, SERVICE ROUTER, EXTENSIBLE ROUTING SYSTEM VIRTUALIZED SERVICE ROUTER  
Brand: Nokia | Category: Network Hardware | Size: 6.23 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started15................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide15................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Configuration Process17................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Policies19................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Overview19................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Classes20................................................................................................................................................................
High-priority Classes21................................................................................................................................................................
Assured Classes21................................................................................................................................................................
Best-effort Classes22................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Parameters23................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Id23................................................................................................................................................................
Unicast Or Multipoint Queue23................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Hardware Scheduler23................................................................................................................................................................
Committed Information Rate24................................................................................................................................................................
Peak Information Rate25................................................................................................................................................................
Adaptation Rule25................................................................................................................................................................
Committed Burst Size27................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Burst Size27................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Drop Tails27................................................................................................................................................................
Wred Per Queue29................................................................................................................................................................
Native Queue Mode30................................................................................................................................................................
Pool Per Queue Mode34................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Markings38................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Counters39................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Types39................................................................................................................................................................
Color Aware Profiling39................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Policies Overview41................................................................................................................................................................
Service Versus Network Qos44................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Policy Entities45................................................................................................................................................................
Network Qos Policies46................................................................................................................................................................
Network Queue Qos Policies48................................................................................................................................................................
Service Ingress Qos Policies51................................................................................................................................................................
Fc Mapping Based On Exp Bits At Vll/vpls Sap53................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Forwarding Class Override57................................................................................................................................................................
Service Egress Qos Policies58................................................................................................................................................................
Named Pool Policies60................................................................................................................................................................
Slope Policies63................................................................................................................................................................
Red Slopes63................................................................................................................................................................
Tuning The Sbau Calculation66................................................................................................................................................................
Slope Policy Parameters68................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Policies69................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Hierarchical Scheduling72................................................................................................................................................................
Single-tier Scheduling73................................................................................................................................................................
Hierarchical Scheduler Policies74................................................................................................................................................................
Tiers75................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Policies Applied To Applications76................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Policies Applied To Saps77................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Policies Applied To Customer Slas78................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Policies Applied To Multiservice Sites78................................................................................................................................................................
Shared-queue Qos Policies78................................................................................................................................................................
Atm Traffic Descriptor Profiles79................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Notes79................................................................................................................................................................
Network Qos Policies Overview81................................................................................................................................................................
Network Ingress Tunnel Qos Override82................................................................................................................................................................
Override For Tunnel Terminated Ip Routing Decisions82................................................................................................................................................................
Normal Qos Operation82................................................................................................................................................................
Network Ingress Ip Match Criteria83................................................................................................................................................................
Network Ingress Ipv6 Match Criteria83................................................................................................................................................................
Storing Match-criteria Entries84................................................................................................................................................................
Tunnel Termination Qos Override Operation86................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling Tunnel Termination Qos Override86................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Packet Reclassification Based On Ipv4/ipv6 Criteria87................................................................................................................................................................
Qos For Self-generated (cpu) Traffic On Network Interfaces89................................................................................................................................................................
Default Dscp Mapping Table92................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Configurations93................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Network Qos Policy93................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Network Qos Policies97................................................................................................................................................................
Default Network Qos Policy Values97................................................................................................................................................................
Service Management Tasks103................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Qos Policies103................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Policy From The Qos Configuration104................................................................................................................................................................
Copying And Overwriting Network Policies104................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Qos Policies105................................................................................................................................................................
Network Qos Policy Command Reference107................................................................................................................................................................
Command Hierarchies107................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Commands107................................................................................................................................................................
Self-generated Traffic Commands110................................................................................................................................................................
Operational Commands110................................................................................................................................................................
Show Commands110................................................................................................................................................................
Debug Commands111................................................................................................................................................................
Command Descriptions111................................................................................................................................................................
Overview159................................................................................................................................................................
Network Queue Parent Scheduler160................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Network Queue Qos Policy161................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Network Queue Qos Policies165................................................................................................................................................................
Xmas And Mdas165................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Ports166................................................................................................................................................................
Sonet/sdh Ports166................................................................................................................................................................
Default Network Queue Policy Values167................................................................................................................................................................
Copying And Overwriting Qos Policies174................................................................................................................................................................
Network Queue Qos Policy Command Reference177................................................................................................................................................................
Service Ingress And Egress Qos Policies209................................................................................................................................................................
Service Ingress Qos Policy211................................................................................................................................................................
Service Ingress Qos Queue211................................................................................................................................................................
Percent-rate Support213................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Forwarding Class (fc)214................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Ip Match Criteria215................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Ipv6 Match Criteria215................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Mac Match Criteria216................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Id Matching217................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Criteria Classification Directly To Policer218................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Network Identifier (vni) Classification219................................................................................................................................................................
Fc Mapping Based On Exp Bits220................................................................................................................................................................
Storing Match Criteria Entries221................................................................................................................................................................
Fp4-based Cards221................................................................................................................................................................
Service Egress Qos Policy223................................................................................................................................................................
Service Egress Qos Queue223................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Mbs For Egress Queue Group Queues224................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Length As A Delay Value227................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Sap Fc And Fp Overrides228................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Criteria Classification Directly To Policer229................................................................................................................................................................
Dot1p Egress Remarking232................................................................................................................................................................
Dei Egress Remarking233................................................................................................................................................................
Dscp And Ip Precedence Egress Remarking237................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Depth Monitoring238................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Service Ingress And Egress Policies241................................................................................................................................................................
Epipe241................................................................................................................................................................
Ies242................................................................................................................................................................
Vpls242................................................................................................................................................................
Vprn243................................................................................................................................................................
Service Ingress And Egress Qos Policy Command Reference247................................................................................................................................................................
Service Ingress Qos Policy Commands247................................................................................................................................................................
Service Egress Qos Policy Commands251................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Sharing And Redirection437................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Platforms437................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Group Applications438................................................................................................................................................................
Access Sap Queue Group Applications438................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Per Sap Statistics With Ingress Queue Groups439................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Access Port Queue Group Hardware Queue Allocation440................................................................................................................................................................
Network Port Queue Groups For Ip Interfaces441................................................................................................................................................................
Pseudowire Shaping For Layer 2 And Layer 3 Services441................................................................................................................................................................
Qos On Ingress Bindings443................................................................................................................................................................
Vxlan Vni Queue Group Redirection444................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Group Redirect List445................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Group Redirect List Example448................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Group Templates451................................................................................................................................................................
Port Queue Groups452................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Plane Queue Groups453................................................................................................................................................................
Redirection Models454................................................................................................................................................................
Access Sap Forwarding Class-based Redirection455................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress And Egress Sap Forwarding Class Redirection Association Rules457................................................................................................................................................................
Policy Based Provisioning Model457................................................................................................................................................................
Sap-based Provisioning Model460................................................................................................................................................................
Access Queue Group Statistics461................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Network Ip Interface Statistics465................................................................................................................................................................
Pw Shaping466................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Model467................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Packet Classification469................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Configuration470................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Marking Of Pw Packet Header473................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Group Behavior On Lag475................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Queue Group From A Lag476................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Sap-based Egress Queue Redirection479................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Overrides482................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Qos Policies On Service Saps490................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Egress Queue Group Templates492................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vxlan Vni Queue Group Redirection495................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Commands589................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Qos Policies595................................................................................................................................................................
Service/subscriber Or Multiservice Site Egress Port Bandwidth Allocation598................................................................................................................................................................
Service Or Subscriber Or Multiservice Site Scheduler Child To Port Scheduler Parent600................................................................................................................................................................
Frame And Packet-based Bandwidth Allocation603................................................................................................................................................................
Parental Association Scope606................................................................................................................................................................
Foster Parent Behavior For Orphaned Queues And Schedulers608................................................................................................................................................................
Congestion Monitoring On Egress Port Scheduler609................................................................................................................................................................
Frame-based Accounting614................................................................................................................................................................
Operational Modifications615................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Scheduler Rate And Queue Rate Parameter Interpretation616................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Scheduling Unused Bandwidth Distribution617................................................................................................................................................................
Limit Unused Bandwidth618................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port Scheduler Policies620................................................................................................................................................................
Packet To Frame Bandwidth Conversion621................................................................................................................................................................
Aggregate Rate Limits For Directly Attached Queues622................................................................................................................................................................
Sap Egress Qos Policy Queue Parenting623................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Aggregate Rate Limit To A Vport625................................................................................................................................................................
Applying A Scheduler Policy To A Vport626................................................................................................................................................................
Weighted Scheduler Group In A Port Scheduler Policy627................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Scheduler Policies630................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port Parent Parameters634................................................................................................................................................................
Within-cir Priority Level Parameters635................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Distributed Lag Rate636................................................................................................................................................................
Copying And Overwriting Scheduler Policies651................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Scheduler Policy Command Reference653................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Commands655................................................................................................................................................................
Port Scheduler Policy Commands666................................................................................................................................................................
Slope Qos Policies715................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Slope Policies717................................................................................................................................................................
Default Slope Policy Values718................................................................................................................................................................
Slope Qos Policy Command Reference723................................................................................................................................................................
Multipoint Shared Queuing736................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Shared Queuing737................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Multipoint Shared Queuing739................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Shared-queue Policies743................................................................................................................................................................
Default Shared Queue Policy Values745................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Qos Policies765................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Advanced Policies767................................................................................................................................................................
Copying And Overwriting Advanced Policies770................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Qos Policy Command Reference771................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Atm Traffic Descriptor Profiles789................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Model For Atm-based Services790................................................................................................................................................................
Atm Service Categories792................................................................................................................................................................
Atm Traffic Descriptors And Qos Parameters793................................................................................................................................................................
Policing794................................................................................................................................................................
Shaping795................................................................................................................................................................
Atm Queuing And Scheduling796................................................................................................................................................................
Congestion Avoidance797................................................................................................................................................................
Atm Vll (apipe) Saps799................................................................................................................................................................
Vprn Saps800................................................................................................................................................................
Atm Qos Policy Command Reference803................................................................................................................................................................
Named Pools817................................................................................................................................................................
Named Pool Mode For Iom3-xp Card821................................................................................................................................................................
Allocation Steps824................................................................................................................................................................
Named Pool Policy Creation829................................................................................................................................................................
High Scale Ethernet Mda Capabilities845................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Scaling846................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Pass Queuing850................................................................................................................................................................
Packet And Octet Counting852................................................................................................................................................................
Above-cir Discard With Pir Bypass854................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Buffer Utilization Controls856................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioned And System Port Class Pools857................................................................................................................................................................
Aggregate Pools For Type And Class Separation858................................................................................................................................................................
Use Of Aggregate Control Buffer Pools859................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Buffer Pool Policy862................................................................................................................................................................
Port Class Pool Sizing864................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Hsmda Queue Depth866................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Slope Policy Mbs Parameter867................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Slope Shutdown Behavior871................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Queue Congestion Or Pool Congestion Discard Stats872................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Queue Cir-based Dot1p Remarking873................................................................................................................................................................
Sap Ingress And Sap Egress Qos Policies874................................................................................................................................................................
Sap Egress Qos Policy875................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Queuing Differences876................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Hsmda Configurations877................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Slope Policies878................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Queue Group879................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Hsmda Policies881................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Features882................................................................................................................................................................
Resource Management883................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling Classes884................................................................................................................................................................
Strict Priority Level Pir885................................................................................................................................................................
Orphan Queues886................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Command Reference887................................................................................................................................................................
Qos In Mc-mlppp921................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Mlppp Class Reassembly925................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mc-mlppp927................................................................................................................................................................
Qos In Mlfr And Frf.12 Fragmentation930................................................................................................................................................................
Qos In Frf.12 End-to-end Fragmentation932................................................................................................................................................................
Mlppp Command Reference935................................................................................................................................................................
Class Fair Hierarchical Policing (cfhp)941................................................................................................................................................................
Cfhp Ingress And Egress Use Cases945................................................................................................................................................................
Post-cfhp Queuing And Scheduling946................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Cfhp Queuing947................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Subscriber Cfhp Queuing948................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Destination String Queue Group Identification949................................................................................................................................................................
Sap Default Destination String950................................................................................................................................................................
Cfhp Policer Control Policy951................................................................................................................................................................
Tier 1 And Tier 2 Explicit Arbiters952................................................................................................................................................................
Cfhp Child Policer Definition And Creation954................................................................................................................................................................
Policer Enabled Sap Qos Policy Applicability955................................................................................................................................................................
Child Policer Parent Association956................................................................................................................................................................
Profile-capped Policers957................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress 'undefined' Initial Profile963................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Explicit Profile Reclassification965................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Policer Cir Packet Handling Without Profile-capped Mode966................................................................................................................................................................
Remapping967................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Child Policer Stat-mode969................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Child Policer Stat-mode972................................................................................................................................................................
Profile-preferred Mode Root Policers974................................................................................................................................................................
Child Policer Hierarchical Qos Parenting976................................................................................................................................................................
Frequently Used Qos Terms999................................................................................................................................................................
Above-cir Distribution1000................................................................................................................................................................
Available Bandwidth1001................................................................................................................................................................
Cir Level1004................................................................................................................................................................
Cir Weight1005................................................................................................................................................................
Child1006................................................................................................................................................................
Level1007................................................................................................................................................................
Offered Load1009................................................................................................................................................................
Orphan1010................................................................................................................................................................
Parent1011................................................................................................................................................................
Queue1012................................................................................................................................................................
Rate1013................................................................................................................................................................
Root (scheduler)1014................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Policy1015................................................................................................................................................................
Tier1016................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Scheduler1017................................................................................................................................................................
Weight1018................................................................................................................................................................
Within-cir Distribution1019................................................................................................................................................................
Standards And Protocol Support1021................................................................................................................................................................
Frame Relay1025................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support1047................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback1047................................................................................................................................................................
Nokia 7450 Quality Of Service Manual

Nokia 7450 Quality Of Service Manual (988 pages)

ETHERNET SERVICE SWITCH, SERVICE ROUTER, EXTENSIBLE ROUTING SYSTEM  
Brand: Nokia | Category: Network Router | Size: 5.66 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started15................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Configuration Process16................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Policies17................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Classes18................................................................................................................................................................
High-priority Classes19................................................................................................................................................................
Best-effort Classes20................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Hardware Scheduler21................................................................................................................................................................
Peak Information Rate22................................................................................................................................................................
Adaptation Rule23................................................................................................................................................................
Committed Burst Size24................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Burst Size25................................................................................................................................................................
Wred Per Queue27................................................................................................................................................................
Native Queue Mode28................................................................................................................................................................
Pool Per Queue Mode31................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Markings35................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Counters36................................................................................................................................................................
Color Aware Profiling37................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Policies Overview38................................................................................................................................................................
Service Versus Network Qos41................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Policy Entities42................................................................................................................................................................
Network Qos Policies43................................................................................................................................................................
Network Queue Qos Policies45................................................................................................................................................................
Service Ingress Qos Policies48................................................................................................................................................................
Fc Mapping Based On Exp Bits At Vll/vpls Sap50................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Forwarding Class Override54................................................................................................................................................................
Service Egress Qos Policies55................................................................................................................................................................
Named Pool Policies57................................................................................................................................................................
Slope Policies60................................................................................................................................................................
Tuning The Sbau Calculation63................................................................................................................................................................
Slope Policy Parameters65................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Policies66................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Hierarchical Scheduling69................................................................................................................................................................
Single-tier Scheduling70................................................................................................................................................................
Hierarchical Scheduler Policies71................................................................................................................................................................
Tiers72................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Policies Applied To Applications73................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Policies Applied To Saps74................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Policies Applied To Customer Slas75................................................................................................................................................................
Atm Traffic Descriptor Profiles76................................................................................................................................................................
Network Ingress Tunnel Qos Override78................................................................................................................................................................
Network Ingress Ip Match Criteria79................................................................................................................................................................
Tunnel Termination Qos Override Operation80................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling Tunnel Termination Qos Override81................................................................................................................................................................
Network Interfaces82................................................................................................................................................................
Default Dscp Mapping Table85................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Configurations86................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Network Qos Policies90................................................................................................................................................................
Default Network Qos Policy Values91................................................................................................................................................................
Service Management Tasks95................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Policy From The Qos Configuration96................................................................................................................................................................
Copying And Overwriting Network Policies97................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Qos Policies98................................................................................................................................................................
Network Qos Policy Command Reference99................................................................................................................................................................
Self-generated Traffic Commands101................................................................................................................................................................
Operational Commands102................................................................................................................................................................
Command Descriptions103................................................................................................................................................................
Show Commands138................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration File148................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Network Queue Qos Policies156................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Ports157................................................................................................................................................................
Sonet/sdh Ports158................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Qos Policies165................................................................................................................................................................
Command Hierarchies167................................................................................................................................................................
Service Ingress And Egress Qos Policies195................................................................................................................................................................
Service Ingress Qos Policy196................................................................................................................................................................
Service Ingress Qos Queue197................................................................................................................................................................
Percent-rate Support198................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Forwarding Class (fc)199................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Ip Match Criteria200................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Ipv6 Match Criteria201................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Id Matching202................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Criteria Classification Directly To Policer203................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Network Identifier (vni) Classification204................................................................................................................................................................
Fc Mapping Based On Exp Bits206................................................................................................................................................................
Service Egress Qos Queue207................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Mbs For Egress Queue Group Queues208................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Length As A Delay Value211................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Sap Fc And Fp Overrides212................................................................................................................................................................
Dot1p Egress Remarking214................................................................................................................................................................
Dei Egress Remarking215................................................................................................................................................................
Dscp/prec Egress Remarking220................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Service Ingress And Egress Policies223................................................................................................................................................................
Vpls224................................................................................................................................................................
Service Egress Qos Policy Commands233................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Sharing And Redirection413................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Group Applications414................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Per Sap Statistics With Ingress Queue Groups415................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Access Port Queue Group Hardware Queue Allocation416................................................................................................................................................................
Network Port Queue Groups For Ip Interfaces417................................................................................................................................................................
Qos On Ingress Bindings419................................................................................................................................................................
Vxlan Vni Queue Group Redirection420................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Group Redirect List421................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Group Redirect List Example424................................................................................................................................................................
Show Output425................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Group Templates426................................................................................................................................................................
Redirection Models428................................................................................................................................................................
Policy Based Provisioning Model431................................................................................................................................................................
Sap-based Provisioning Model434................................................................................................................................................................
Access Queue Group Statistics435................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Plane Queue Groups436................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Network Ip Interface Statistics439................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Model440................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Packet Classification442................................................................................................................................................................
Redirection443................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Marking Of Pw Packet Header446................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Group Behavior On Lag447................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Queue Group To An Existing Lag448................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Egress Queue Group Template449................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Sap-based Egress Queue Redirection451................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Overrides454................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Qos Policies On Service Saps462................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Egress Queue Group Templates466................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vxlan Vni Queue Group Redirection468................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Commands559................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Qos Policies565................................................................................................................................................................
Service/subscriber Or Multiservice Site Egress Port Bandwidth Allocation568................................................................................................................................................................
Service Or Subscriber Or Multiservice Site Scheduler Child To Port Scheduler Parent570................................................................................................................................................................
Frame And Packet-based Bandwidth Allocation573................................................................................................................................................................
Parental Association Scope576................................................................................................................................................................
Network Queue Parent Scheduler577................................................................................................................................................................
Foster Parent Behavior For Orphaned Queues And Schedulers578................................................................................................................................................................
Congestion Monitoring On Egress Port Scheduler579................................................................................................................................................................
Frame-based Accounting584................................................................................................................................................................
Operational Modifications585................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Scheduler Rate And Queue Rate Parameter Interpretation586................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Scheduling Unused Bandwidth Distribution587................................................................................................................................................................
Limit Unused Bandwidth588................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port Scheduler Policies590................................................................................................................................................................
Packet To Frame Bandwidth Conversion591................................................................................................................................................................
Aggregate Rate Limits For Directly Attached Queues592................................................................................................................................................................
Sap Egress Qos Policy Queue Parenting593................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Aggregate Rate Limit To A Vport595................................................................................................................................................................
Applying A Scheduler Policy To A Vport596................................................................................................................................................................
Weighted Scheduler Group In A Port Scheduler Policy597................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Scheduler Policies600................................................................................................................................................................
Vprn603................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port Parent Parameters604................................................................................................................................................................
Within-cir Priority Level Parameters605................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Distributed Lag Rate606................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Qos Policy From Sap(s)619................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Scheduler Policy Command Reference623................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Commands625................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Policy Commands627................................................................................................................................................................
Port Scheduler Policy Commands636................................................................................................................................................................
Slope Qos Policies683................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Slope Qos Policy684................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Slope Policies685................................................................................................................................................................
Default Slope Policy Values686................................................................................................................................................................
Slope Qos Policy Command Reference691................................................................................................................................................................
Shared-queue Qos Policies703................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Queuing Modes Of Operation704................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Shared Queuing705................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Multipoint Shared Queuing707................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Shared-queue Policies710................................................................................................................................................................
Default Shared Queue Policy Values713................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Qos Policies731................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Advanced Policies732................................................................................................................................................................
Sap Ingress733................................................................................................................................................................
Service Management734................................................................................................................................................................
Sap Egress735................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Qos Policy Command Reference737................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Atm Traffic Descriptor Profiles755................................................................................................................................................................
Atm Service Categories756................................................................................................................................................................
Atm Traffic Descriptors And Qos Parameters757................................................................................................................................................................
Shaping758................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Atm-td-profile Policies760................................................................................................................................................................
Ipipe Saps761................................................................................................................................................................
Default Atm-td-profile Policy Values762................................................................................................................................................................
Atm Qos Policy Command Reference765................................................................................................................................................................
Named Pools783................................................................................................................................................................
Named Pool Mode For Iom3-xp Card786................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Named Pool Qos Policy787................................................................................................................................................................
Allocation Steps788................................................................................................................................................................
High Scale Ethernet Mda Capabilities809................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Scaling810................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Pass Queuing814................................................................................................................................................................
Packet And Octet Counting816................................................................................................................................................................
Above Cir Discard With Pir Bypass818................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Buffer Utilization Controls820................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioned And System Port Class Pools821................................................................................................................................................................
Aggregate Pools For Type And Class Separation822................................................................................................................................................................
Use Of Aggregate Control Buffer Pools823................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Buffer Pool Policy826................................................................................................................................................................
Port Class Pool Sizing828................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Hsmda Queue Depth830................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Slope Policy Mbs Parameter831................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Slope Shutdown Behavior835................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Queue Congestion Or Pool Congestion Discard Stats836................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Queue Cir Based Dot1p Remarking837................................................................................................................................................................
Sap Egress Qos Policy839................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Hsmda Configurations840................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Slope Policies841................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Queue Group842................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Hsmda Policies843................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Features844................................................................................................................................................................
Billing845................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling Classes846................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Strict Priority Levels847................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Scheduler Policy Overrides848................................................................................................................................................................
Hsmda Command Reference851................................................................................................................................................................
Qos In Mc-mlppp885................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Mlppp Class Reassembly888................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mc-mlppp890................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mc-mlppp Qos Parameters891................................................................................................................................................................
Qos In Mlfr And Frf.12 Fragmentation892................................................................................................................................................................
Qos In Frf.12 End-to-end Fragmentation895................................................................................................................................................................
Mlppp Command Reference897................................................................................................................................................................
Class Fair Hierarchical Policing (cfhp)903................................................................................................................................................................
Cfhp Ingress And Egress Use Cases906................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Cfhp Queuing907................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Cfhp Queuing908................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Subscriber Cfhp Queuing909................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Destination String Queue Group Identification910................................................................................................................................................................
Cfhp Policer Control Policy911................................................................................................................................................................
Tier 1 And Tier 2 Explicit Arbiters912................................................................................................................................................................
Cfhp Child Policer Definition And Creation913................................................................................................................................................................
Policer Enabled Sap Qos Policy Applicability914................................................................................................................................................................
Profile-capped Policers915................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress 'undefined' Initial Profile921................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Explicit Profile Reclassification923................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Policer Cir Packet Handling Without Profile-capped Mode924................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Child Policer Stat-mode927................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Child Policer Stat-mode930................................................................................................................................................................
Profile-preferred Mode Root Policers931................................................................................................................................................................
Child Policer Hierarchical Qos Parenting932................................................................................................................................................................
Frequently Used Qos Terms955................................................................................................................................................................
Cir Level956................................................................................................................................................................
Cir Weight957................................................................................................................................................................
Offered Load958................................................................................................................................................................
Queue959................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduler Policy960................................................................................................................................................................
Within Cir Distribution961................................................................................................................................................................
Standards And Protocol Support963................................................................................................................................................................
Frame Relay966................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support987................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback987................................................................................................................................................................
Nokia 7450 Configuration Manual

Nokia 7450 Configuration Manual (900 pages)

ETHERNET SERVICE SWITCH / SERVICE ROUTER / EXTENSIBLE ROUTING SYSTEM VIRTUALIZED SERVICE ROUTER  
Brand: Nokia | Category: Network Router | Size: 5.1 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started11................................................................................................................................................................
Router Configuration Process13................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Router Configuration15................................................................................................................................................................
Network Domains16................................................................................................................................................................
System Interface17................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Ip Address Range18................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Policy Propagation Using Bgp (qppb)19................................................................................................................................................................
Qppb21................................................................................................................................................................
Qppb And Grt Lookup26................................................................................................................................................................
Router Id28................................................................................................................................................................
Autonomous Systems (as)29................................................................................................................................................................
Confederations30................................................................................................................................................................
Proxy Arp31................................................................................................................................................................
Exporting An Inactive Bgp Route From A Vprn32................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Address Format34................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Applications35................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Neighbor Discovery (send)37................................................................................................................................................................
Send Persistent Cgas39................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Provider Edge Router Over Mpls (6pe)44................................................................................................................................................................
Static Route Resolution Using Tunnels46................................................................................................................................................................
Static Route Ecmp Support48................................................................................................................................................................
Weighted Load Balancing Over Mpls Lsp49................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Configuration50................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Behavior51................................................................................................................................................................
Ecmp Considerations52................................................................................................................................................................
Weighted Load Balancing For 6pe54................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Limitations58................................................................................................................................................................
Data Path Support59................................................................................................................................................................
Bidirectional Forwarding Detection64................................................................................................................................................................
Control Packet Format65................................................................................................................................................................
Bfd For Rsvp-te66................................................................................................................................................................
Echo Support67................................................................................................................................................................
Bfd Over Lag And Vsm Interfaces68................................................................................................................................................................
Lsp Bfd And Vccv Bfd69................................................................................................................................................................
Invalidate Next-hop Based On Ipv4 Arp70................................................................................................................................................................
Ldp Shortcut For Igp Route Resolution71................................................................................................................................................................
Ldp-igp Synchronization72................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Of Multicast Packets74................................................................................................................................................................
Gre Tunnel Overview77................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Gre Tunnel Configurations78................................................................................................................................................................
Router Interface Encryption With Nge79................................................................................................................................................................
Nge Domains80................................................................................................................................................................
Private Ip/mpls Network Nge Domain81................................................................................................................................................................
Private Over Intermediary Network Nge Domain82................................................................................................................................................................
Router Interface Nge Domain Concepts84................................................................................................................................................................
Evpn-vxlan Tunnels And Services86................................................................................................................................................................
Ipsec Packets Crossing An Nge Domain88................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast Packets Traversing The Nge Domain89................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Key Groups To Router Interfaces91................................................................................................................................................................
V2 Encryption With Nge93................................................................................................................................................................
Process Overview94................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Notes95................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Ip Router With Cli97................................................................................................................................................................
Network Interface98................................................................................................................................................................
Common Configuration Tasks99................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A System Interface100................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Network Interface100................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ipv6 Over Ipv4 Parameters103................................................................................................................................................................
Tunnel Ingress Node103................................................................................................................................................................
Tunnel Egress Node107................................................................................................................................................................
Router Advertisement109................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Proxy Arp113................................................................................................................................................................
Deriving The Router Id115................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Confederation116................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Autonomous System117................................................................................................................................................................
Service Management Tasks119................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Key Group From A Router Interface120................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Key Group For A Router Interface121................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Logical Ip Interface122................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Router Configuration Command Reference123................................................................................................................................................................
Router Bfd Commands126................................................................................................................................................................
Router Interface Commands130................................................................................................................................................................
Router Interface Ipv6 Commands133................................................................................................................................................................
Router Advertisement Commands134................................................................................................................................................................
Command Descriptions135................................................................................................................................................................
Router Global Commands137................................................................................................................................................................
Router L2tp Commands181................................................................................................................................................................
Router Interface Encryption Commands277................................................................................................................................................................
Show, Clear, And Debug Command Reference287................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Commands289................................................................................................................................................................
Debug Commands290................................................................................................................................................................
Tools Commands432................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp441................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Components442................................................................................................................................................................
Primary And Secondary Ip Addresses443................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Router Backup444................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Router Id (vrid)445................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Addresses446................................................................................................................................................................
Skew Time447................................................................................................................................................................
Preempt Mode448................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication Data450................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Mac Address451................................................................................................................................................................
Inherit Master Vrrp Router's Advertisement Interval Timer452................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Priority Control Policies453................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Priority Control Policy Priority Events454................................................................................................................................................................
Priority Event Hold-set Timers455................................................................................................................................................................
Lag Degrade Priority Event456................................................................................................................................................................
Host Unreachable Priority Event458................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Non-owner Accessibility460................................................................................................................................................................
Non-owner Access Ssh461................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Configuration Process Overview462................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vrrp With Cli465................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Policy466................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Ies Service Parameters467................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Router Interface Parameters469................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Interface Parameters470................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vrrp Policy Components471................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Router Interface Vrrp Parameters472................................................................................................................................................................
Router Interface Vrrp Owner473................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Configuration Management Tasks474................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Service And Interface Vrrp Parameters475................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Configuration Command Reference477................................................................................................................................................................
Priority Control Event Policy Commands479................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Configuration Commands481................................................................................................................................................................
Priority Policy Commands501................................................................................................................................................................
Priority Policy Event Commands503................................................................................................................................................................
Priority Policy Port Down Event Commands507................................................................................................................................................................
Priority Policy Lag Events Commands510................................................................................................................................................................
Priority Policy Host Unreachable Event Commands512................................................................................................................................................................
Priority Policy Route Unknown Event Commands517................................................................................................................................................................
Command Hierarchies525................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Commands541................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Policies547................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Policy Basics548................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Policy Packet Match Criteria549................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Filter Policy Entry Match Criteria551................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Exception Filters552................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Policy Actions553................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Filter Policy Actions559................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Policy Statistics561................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Policy Logging562................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Policy Cflowd Sampling563................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Policy Advanced Topics564................................................................................................................................................................
Embedded Filters567................................................................................................................................................................
System-level Ipv4/ipv6 Line Card Filter Policy569................................................................................................................................................................
Primary And Secondary Filter Policy Action For Pbr/pbf Redundancy570................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Action For Performing Two Actions At A Time572................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Vprn Redirection573................................................................................................................................................................
Destination Mac Rewrite When Deploying Policy-based Forwarding574................................................................................................................................................................
Network-port Vprn Filter Policy576................................................................................................................................................................
Vid Mac Filters577................................................................................................................................................................
Redirect Policies581................................................................................................................................................................
Http-redirect (captive Portal)583................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Flow584................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Policies And Dynamic Policy-driven Interfaces585................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Policy-based Esm Service Chaining586................................................................................................................................................................
Policy-based Forwarding For Deep Packet Inspection In Vpls591................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Filter Policies With Cli595................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Ipv6 Filter Policy598................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Filter Entry599................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Ip Exception Filter Policy600................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Match List For Filter Policies602................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Redirect Policy605................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Management Tasks607................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying A Filter Policy609................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Filter Policy610................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Redirect Policy612................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Configuration Command Reference615................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Filter Policy Commands618................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Filter Commands621................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Exception Filter Policy Configuration Commands622................................................................................................................................................................
Redirect Policy Configuration Commands623................................................................................................................................................................
Match Filter List Commands624................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Filter Commands625................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Commands626................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Log Commands629................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Filter Policy Commands631................................................................................................................................................................
General Filter Entry Commands640................................................................................................................................................................
Ip (v4/v6) And Ip Exception Filter Entry Commands643................................................................................................................................................................
Match List Configuration Commands670................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Filter Entry Commands675................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Filter Match Criteria676................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Exception Filter Policy Commands684................................................................................................................................................................
Policy And Entry Maintenance Commands685................................................................................................................................................................
Redirect Policy Commands686................................................................................................................................................................
Hybrid Openflow Switch759................................................................................................................................................................
Hybrid Openflow Switching760................................................................................................................................................................
Port And Vlan Id Match In Flow Table Entries765................................................................................................................................................................
Hybrid Openflow Switch Statistics769................................................................................................................................................................
Openflow Switch Auxiliary Channels770................................................................................................................................................................
Hybrid Openflow Switch Traffic Steering Details771................................................................................................................................................................
Sr Os H-ofs Port And Vlan Encoding772................................................................................................................................................................
Redirect To Ip Next-hop775................................................................................................................................................................
Redirect To Grt Instance Or Vrf Instance776................................................................................................................................................................
Redirect To Esi (l2)777................................................................................................................................................................
Redirect To Esi Ip Vas-interface Router778................................................................................................................................................................
Redirect To Lsp779................................................................................................................................................................
Redirect To Sap780................................................................................................................................................................
Redirect To A Specific Lsp Used By A Vprn Service781................................................................................................................................................................
Forward Action782................................................................................................................................................................
Drop Action783................................................................................................................................................................
Openflow Command Reference787................................................................................................................................................................
Show Commands793................................................................................................................................................................
Cflowd811................................................................................................................................................................
Version 8814................................................................................................................................................................
Cflowd Filter Matching815................................................................................................................................................................
Cflowd Configuration Process Overview816................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cflowd With Cli819................................................................................................................................................................
Collectors820................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Cflowd Configuration821................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Cflowd823................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cflowd Collectors824................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Cflowd Options On An Ip Interface836................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Sampling Options In Filter Entries837................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Configurations838................................................................................................................................................................
Cflowd Configuration Management Tasks840................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Cflowd Collector Parameters841................................................................................................................................................................
Cflowd Configuration Command Reference843................................................................................................................................................................
Show, Tools, And Clear Command Reference857................................................................................................................................................................
Standards And Protocol Support873................................................................................................................................................................
Frame Relay877................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support899................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback899................................................................................................................................................................
Nokia 7450 Interface Configuration Manual

Nokia 7450 Interface Configuration Manual (848 pages)

ETHERNET SERVICE SWITCH; SERVICE ROUTER; EXTENSIBLE ROUTING SYSTEM  
Brand: Nokia | Category: Switch | Size: 4.66 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started9................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Configuration Process10................................................................................................................................................................
Interfaces11................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Slots And Cards12................................................................................................................................................................
Mcms13................................................................................................................................................................
Xmas/c-xmas16................................................................................................................................................................
Cmas18................................................................................................................................................................
Oversubscribed Ethernet Mdas19................................................................................................................................................................
Channelized Mda/cma Support21................................................................................................................................................................
Channelized Any Service Any Port (asap) Choc-3/stm-122................................................................................................................................................................
Channelized Ds-3/e-3 Asap Mda (12-port)23................................................................................................................................................................
Network Interconnections24................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Thresholds26................................................................................................................................................................
Sfps And Xfps29................................................................................................................................................................
Ports30................................................................................................................................................................
Port Features34................................................................................................................................................................
X Network Access Control35................................................................................................................................................................
Sonet/sdh Port Attributes40................................................................................................................................................................
Sonet/sdh Path Attributes41................................................................................................................................................................
Multilink Frame Relay42................................................................................................................................................................
Frf.12 End-to-end Fragmentation45................................................................................................................................................................
Frf.12 Uni/nni Link Fragmentation46................................................................................................................................................................
Mlfr/frf.12 Support Of Aps, Bfd, And Mirroring Features47................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-class Mlppp52................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Hdlc59................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Protection Switching (aps)61................................................................................................................................................................
Inverse Multiplexing Over Atm (ima)90................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Local Management Interface (e-lmi)93................................................................................................................................................................
Link Layer Discovery Protocol (lldp)94................................................................................................................................................................
Per Port Aggregate Egress Queue Statistics Monitoring98................................................................................................................................................................
Port Cross-connect (pxc)100................................................................................................................................................................
Pxc Terminology101................................................................................................................................................................
Operational State103................................................................................................................................................................
Pxc Sub-ports104................................................................................................................................................................
Pxc Sub-port Operational State106................................................................................................................................................................
Statistics On Physical Pxc Ports107................................................................................................................................................................
Lag With Pxc Ports – Pxc Lag108................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Pxc Provisioning109................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Allocation On Pxc Sub-ports110................................................................................................................................................................
Pool Allocations On Pxc Ports111................................................................................................................................................................
Mirroring And Li On Pxc Ports112................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Example114................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Path Extensions (fpe)116................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp118................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Multiplexing119................................................................................................................................................................
Active-standby Lag Operation120................................................................................................................................................................
Lag On Access Qos Consideration122................................................................................................................................................................
Per-fp-ing-queuing124................................................................................................................................................................
Per-fp-sap-instance125................................................................................................................................................................
Lag And Ecmp Hashing126................................................................................................................................................................
Per Flow Hashing127................................................................................................................................................................
Per Link Hashing134................................................................................................................................................................
Explicit Per Link Hash Using Lag Link Mapping Profiles136................................................................................................................................................................
Consistent Per Service Hashing137................................................................................................................................................................
Esm – Lag Hashing Per Vport139................................................................................................................................................................
Lag Hold Down Timers142................................................................................................................................................................
Bfd Over Lag Links143................................................................................................................................................................
Mixed Port-speed Lag Support144................................................................................................................................................................
Lag Upgrade146................................................................................................................................................................
Overview147................................................................................................................................................................
Mc-lag And Subscriber Routed Redundancy Protocol (srrp)151................................................................................................................................................................
Dslam Dual Homing In Layer 2/3 Tpsda Model153................................................................................................................................................................
G.8032 Protected Ethernet Rings154................................................................................................................................................................
Ah Oam157................................................................................................................................................................
Oam Events160................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Loopback167................................................................................................................................................................
Ah Grace Announcement168................................................................................................................................................................
Mtu Configuration Guidelines173................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Mtu Defaults174................................................................................................................................................................
Deploying Preprovisioned Components176................................................................................................................................................................
Versatile Service Module177................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Process Overview179................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Notes180................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Physical Ports With Cli181................................................................................................................................................................
Preprovisioning Guidelines182................................................................................................................................................................
Maximizing Bandwidth Use183................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Configuration184................................................................................................................................................................
Common Configuration Tasks186................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mda Policies For Named Pools Mode188................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cards And Cmas189................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ports190................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Hybrid-buffer-allocation192................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Aps Parameters193................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ethernet Port Parameters195................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring 802.1x Authentication Port Parameters196................................................................................................................................................................
Sonet/sdh Network Port197................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Channelized Ports198................................................................................................................................................................
Verify The Mda Type203................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Channelized Oc-12-sfp Port206................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Channelized Any Service Any Port (asap) Oc3 Sfp Port210................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cisco Hdlc On A Channelized Port212................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Channelized Stm1/oc3 Parameters214................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Cpipe Port Configurations215................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Atm Saps216................................................................................................................................................................
Atm Sap In An Epipe Service217................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Wavetracker Parameters218................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Otu Port Parameters221................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Atm Interface Parameters224................................................................................................................................................................
Atm Interface Configurations226................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Frame Relay Parameters227................................................................................................................................................................
Sonet/sdh Interfaces228................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Multilink Ppp Bundles230................................................................................................................................................................
Ima Test Procedure234................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Bundle Protection Group Ports235................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Channelized Ds1 Card237................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Lag Parameters240................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring G.8031 Protected Ethernet Tunnels241................................................................................................................................................................
Service Management Tasks243................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying A Card Type244................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Card245................................................................................................................................................................
Soft Reset246................................................................................................................................................................
Deferred Mda Reset247................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Command Reference249................................................................................................................................................................
Card Commands250................................................................................................................................................................
Power Commands252................................................................................................................................................................
Port Configuration Commands254................................................................................................................................................................
Port Xc Commands257................................................................................................................................................................
Port Aps Commands258................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Group Handler Commands265................................................................................................................................................................
Multilink Bundle Commands266................................................................................................................................................................
Sonet-sdh Commands267................................................................................................................................................................
Tdm Commands270................................................................................................................................................................
Ds3 Commands272................................................................................................................................................................
E1 Commands274................................................................................................................................................................
E3 Commands276................................................................................................................................................................
Lag Commands277................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Tunnel Commands280................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-chassis Redundancy Commands281................................................................................................................................................................
Forward Path Extension Commands283................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Commands284................................................................................................................................................................
Mcm Commands290................................................................................................................................................................
Mda (xma) Commands291................................................................................................................................................................
Mda/port Qos Commands297................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Scheduler Commands305................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Plane Configuration Commands309................................................................................................................................................................
General Port Commands333................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Path Extension (fpe) Commands379................................................................................................................................................................
Aps Commands382................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Port Commands389................................................................................................................................................................
X Port Commands447................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp Port Commands452................................................................................................................................................................
Network Port Commands455................................................................................................................................................................
Multilink-bundle Port Commands458................................................................................................................................................................
Sonet/sdh Port Commands476................................................................................................................................................................
Sonet/sdh Path Commands483................................................................................................................................................................
Atm Interface Commands490................................................................................................................................................................
Frame Relay Commands494................................................................................................................................................................
Eth Tunnel Commands541................................................................................................................................................................
Eth-cfm Configuration Commands552................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Plane Tools Commands584................................................................................................................................................................
Command Hierarchies587................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Commands590................................................................................................................................................................
Debug Commands591................................................................................................................................................................
Command Descriptions592................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Show Commands593................................................................................................................................................................
Peq Show Commands657................................................................................................................................................................
Aps Show Commands665................................................................................................................................................................
Port Show Commands669................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp Neighbor749................................................................................................................................................................
Multilink Bundle Show Commands752................................................................................................................................................................
Lag Show Commands772................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Commands793................................................................................................................................................................
Tools Commands798................................................................................................................................................................
Standards And Protocol Support823................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support847................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback847................................................................................................................................................................

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