GPON Auto-Provisioning or Pre-Provisioning | OLT MA-5800

Created: Nov 18, 2019 05:38:29Latest reply: Nov 18, 2019 11:55:03 172 7 0 0
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Dear All,


Currently we are having difficulties with FTTx service installation which we have multiple development in one area. During installation, we need to identify which GPON port of the to be installed customer which giving us a hassle while we dont have any GIS.


Current config:


FOREST-OLT-01(config-if-gpon-0/2)#ont add 12 8 sn-auth "4857544348F7219F" omci ont-lineprofile-id 1 ont-srvprofile-id 2 desc "P26-C4-1306"

FOREST-OLT-01(config)#service-port vlan 101 gpon 0/2/12 ont 8 gemport 1 multi-service user-vlan 101 tag-transform translate inbound traffic-table index 14 outbound traffic-table index 14

FOREST-OLT-01(config)#service-port vlan 201 gpon 0/2/12 ont 8 gemport 2 multi-service user-vlan 201 tag-transform translate inbound traffic-table index 9 outbound traffic-table index 9


Our preferred config only in global config:


FOREST-OLT-01(config)#ont add sn-auth "4857544348F7219F" omci ont-lineprofile-id 1 ont-srvprofile-id 2 desc "P26-C4-1306"

FOREST-OLT-01(config)#service-port vlan 101 serial-number "4857544348F7219F" gemport 1 multi-service user-vlan 101 tag-transform translate inbound traffic-table index 14 outbound traffic-table index 14

FOREST-OLT-01(config)#service-port vlan 201 serial-number "4857544348F7219F" gemport 2 multi-service user-vlan 201 tag-transform translate inbound traffic-table index 9 outbound traffic-table index 9


Kindly advise the best ont activation method which does not consume time everytime FTTx installer perform installation. Or perhaps Huawei can provide configuration on auto-provision for multi-service gpon.

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liqiang185
Admin Created Nov 18, 2019 11:55:03 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hello, 

use the following tools to generate a configuration template and configure services in batches:


http://support.huawei.com/onlinetoolsweb/fttxSGTool_E/stepbystep?language=en&domain=0


 In addition, you can configure services through the northbound interface.

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wissal
wissal MVE Created Nov 18, 2019 05:45:03 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hello,

Creating a GPON Service Flow in Profile Mode with Simplified Configurations

A GPON service flow is a service channel connecting the user side to the network side. Configure a service flow before provisioning services. In a simplified service flow, the system only cares about only the translation between the SVLAN and the CVLAN and does not care about the GEM port mapping.

Context

A service port can carry a single service or multiple services. When a service port carries multiple services, the OLT supports traffic classification. In simplified configuration mode, the OLT supports only C-VLAN-based traffic classification.

Table 3-6 lists the default settings of a service flow.

Table 3-6 Default settings of a service flow

Parameter

Default Setting

Traffic profile ID

0-6

Management status

Activated

Maximum number of learnable MAC addresses

1023

Configuration Process

Figure 3-7 shows the process of creating a GPON service flow.

Figure 3-7 Process of creating a GPON service flow
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Procedure

  1. Run the traffic table ip command to create a traffic profile.


    The OLT provides seven default traffic profiles with IDs ranging from 0 to 6.

    Before creating a service flow, run the display traffic table command to check whether a service flow meeting service requirement is available. If no such a service flow is available, create a traffic profile.


  2. Run the service-port vlan vlanid port command to create a service flow.


    In simplified configuration mode, a service flow is an end-to-end configuration to a port on an optical network terminal (ONT) from the OLT. Then, users only need to pay attention to the switching between the S-VLAN and C-VLAN.



    The preceding parameters are set based on the ONT type. Therefore, specify the ONT type before creating a service flow.

    Table 3-7 lists the commands involved in parameter settings.

    Table 3-7 Commands involved in parameter settings

    Service Type

    Bridging ONT

    Gateway ONT

    Tagged high-speed Internet (HSI) service

    service-port [ index ] vlan vlanid port frameid/slotid/portid ont ontid eth port-index-list multi-service...

    service-port [ index ] vlan vlanid port frameid/slotid/portid ont ontid multi-service...

    Untagged HSI service

    service-port [ index ] vlan vlanid port frameid/slotid/portid ont ontid eth port-index-list multi-service...

    service-port [ index ] vlan vlanid port frameid/slotid/portid ont ontid iphost multi-service...

    NOTE:

    Services can be identified only after a native VLAN is configured for ONT ports.

    Voice service

    service-port [ index ] vlan vlanid port frameid/slotid/portid ont ontid iphost multi-service...

    service-port [ index ] vlan vlanid port frameid/slotid/portid ont ontid multi-service...

    IPTV service

    service-port [ index ] vlan vlanid port frameid/slotid/portid ont ontid eth port-index-list multi-service...

    service-port [ index ] vlan vlanid port frameid/slotid/portid ont ontid multi-service...

    In the preceding table, "..." indicates the omitted command format.



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  • The OLT supports the service flow configuration by index. Each service flow has a unique index. In this manner, users do not need to input a large number of flow parameters, thereby simplifying service flow configurations. When creating a service flow, the service flow index parameter index is optional. If index is not set, the OLT automatically allocates an idle index starting from the configured maximum index, regardless of whether the maximum index has been deleted. If the idle index is greater than the upper index threshold, the OLT searches for the new idle index starting from 0.

  • vlan is an S-VLAN, which can only be a smart or MUX VLAN.

  • rx-cttr is the same as outbound in terms of meaning and function. Either parameter indicates the index of the service flow from the network side to the user side. tx-cttr is the same as inbound in terms of meaning and function. Either parameter indicates the index of the service flow from the user side to the network side. The traffic profile bound to the service flow is the one created in 1.

  • For a bridging ONT (SFU), the ONT port provisioning the POTS service is set to iphost and ONT ports provisioning other services are set to eth.

  • For a gateway ONT (HGU), the ONT port provisioning the Internet access service with untagged packets is set to iphost; other services cannot be configured on physical ports but on the ONT.

  • untagged: indicates that the user-side packets are untagged.

  • user-vlanid: indicates that the user-side packets are tagged. The tag value is the same as the C-VLAN tag.

  • eth: an Ethernet port, which is used for the Internet access or multicast service.

  • iphost: a POTS port, which is used for the voice service.

  1. Select the type of an ONT port from ont ontid { eth | iphost }.



  2. Select a C-VLAN tag from multi-service user-vlan { untagged | user-vlanid }.



(Optional) Run the service-port index modify command to modify Port-list for the Ethernet port list of the service flow.


Perform this step if the service planning for a user port is changed.


(Optional) Configure the attributes of the service flow.

  • Run the service-port desc command to configure the description of the service flow. The description includes the purpose of the service flow creation and the services carried over the service flow. Therefore, the description of the service flow facilitates maintenance.

  • Run the service-port index adminstatus command to configure the management status of the service flow. A service port activated by default.

    A service can be provisioned at two levels: port level and service flow level. The service takes effect only after both the access port and service flow are activated.

  • Run the mac-address max-mac-count service-port command to set the maximum number of MAC addresses learned by the service port. This configuration restricts the maximum number of PCs that can access the Internet by using the same user account. The maximum number of learnable MAC addresses of a service flow is 1023 by default.

Example

The following configurations are used as an example to provision the Internet access service for a user:

  • GPON port 0/2/0 on an OLT connects to ONT 1.

  • The planned configurations of the user are as follows:

    • The rate of the Internet access service is 4096 kbit/s.

    • The user connects to Ethernet port 1 on the ONT.

    • The ID of the service VLAN (S-VLAN) is 1000.

    • At most three users can concurrently access the Internet using the same account.

  • No proper traffic profile is available and traffic profile hsi is created.

  • The user has not registered. Do not provision the Internet access service for the user.

huawei(config)#traffic table ip name hsi cir 4096 priority 3 priority-policy loc al-Setting                                                                         Create traffic descriptor record successfully                                    ------------------------------------------------                                 TD Index             : 10                                                        TD Name              : hsi                                       Priority             : 3                                                         Copy Priority        : -                                                         Mapping Index        : -                                                         CTAG Mapping Priority: -                                                         CTAG Mapping Index   : -                                                         CTAG Default Priority: 0                                                         Priority Policy      : local-pri                                                 CIR                  : 4096 kbps                                                 CBS                  : 133072 bytes                                              PIR                  : 8192 kbps                                                 PBS                  : 264144 bytes                                              Fix                  : 0 kbps                                                    CAR Threshold Profile: -                                                         Color Mode           : color-blind                                               Color policy         : dei   Referenced Status    : not used                                                  ------------------------------------------------     huawei(config)#service-port 5 vlan 1000 gpon 0/2/0 ont 1 gemport 120 inbound traffic-table name hsi outbound traffic-table name hsi huawei(config)#mac-address max-mac-count service-port 5 3 huawei(config)#service-port 5 adminstatus disable

The following configurations are used as an example to provision the Internet access service for a commercial user:

  • GPON port 0/2/0 on an OLT connects to ONT 2.

  • The planned configurations of the user are as follows:

    • The rate of the Internet access service is 8192 kbit/s.

    • The Internet access service is in multi-service mode to facilitate follow-up service expansion.

    • The user is identified by customer VLAN (C-VLAN).

    • The ID of the S-VLAN is 1023.

    • The ID of the C-VLAN is 100.

    • ONT port 2 connects to the service flow.

  • No proper traffic profile is available and traffic profile huawei is created.

  • The description of the service flow is added to facilitate maintenance.

  • The Internet access service needs to be provisioned immediately.

huawei(config)#display traffic table ip from-index 0  { <cr>|to-index<K> }:                                                                                                                                               Command:                                                                                 display traffic table ip from-index 0                                    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------      TID CIR(kbps) CBS(bytes) PIR(kbps) PBS(bytes) Pri Copy-policy    Pri-Policy     ----------------------------------------------------------------------------        0      1024      34768      2048      69536   6 -              tag-pri           1      2496      81872      4992     163744   6 -              tag-pri           2       512      18384      1024      36768   0 -              tag-pri           3       576      20432      1152      40864   2 -              tag-pri           4        64       4048       128       8096   4 -              tag-pri           5      2048      67536      4096     135072   0 -              tag-pri           6       off        off       off        off   0 -              tag-pri        ----------------------------------------------------------------------------     Total Num : 7  huawei(config)#traffic table ip name huawei cir 8192 priority 4 priority-policy  local-Setting   Create traffic descriptor record successfully   ------------------------------------------------   TD Index             : 8   TD Name              : huawei   Priority             : 4   Copy Priority        : -   Mapping Index        : -   CTAG Mapping Priority: -   CTAG Mapping Index   : -   CTAG Default Priority: 0   Priority Policy      : local-pri   CIR                  : 8192 kbps   CBS                  : 264144 bytes   PIR                  : 16384 kbps   PBS                  : 526288 bytes   Fix                  : 0 kbps                                                    CAR Threshold Profile: -                                                         Color Mode           : color-blind                                               Color policy         : dei   Referenced Status    : not used   ------------------------------------------------ huawei(config)#service-port 10 vlan 1023 port 0/2/0 ont 2 eth 2 multi-service  user-vlan 100 inbound traffic-table name huawei outbound traffic-table name huawei huawei(config)#service-port desc 10 description gpon/Vlanid:1023/uservlan:100

A home user initially configures the Internet access service on ONT port 1. Later, the user needs to use the Internet access service ONT ports 2 and 3. The original service flow ID is 10.

huawei(config)#service-port 10 modify ont eth 1-3


For details : https://support.huawei.com/enterprise/my/doc/EDOC1100055541/53ac8df2/creating-a-gpon-service-flow-in-profile-mode-with-simplified-configurations


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wissal
wissal MVE Created Nov 18, 2019 05:46:19 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

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Arifin
Arifin Created Nov 18, 2019 07:13:55
This means you still need to verify GPON port id right on service-port? Is there any other way to complete onu activation without knowing which GPON port the onu will attach to?  
wissal
wissal Reply Arifin  Created Nov 18, 2019 08:21:16
The OLT supports configuration of service flow creation policies on PON ports. After an ONU goes online under the PON port, service flows are automatically created according to the preset policies. More details in the link : https://support.huawei.com/enterprise/en/doc/EDOC1100055541/35fc6a03/configuring-automatic-service-flow-creation-gpon For the second question, please refer to the link: https://forum.huawei.com/enterprise/en/troubleshooting-the-onu-abnormal-state-gpon-technical-posts-14/ 
liqiang185
liqiang185 Admin Created Nov 18, 2019 05:48:18 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)


Please provide specific application scenarios or click the following link to find the answer:


https://support.huawei.com/hedex/hdx.do?docid=EDOC1100113095&id=EN-US_CONCEPT_0140689720&lang=en


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wissal
wissal MVE Created Nov 18, 2019 08:23:12 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

This means you still need to verify GPON port id right on service-port? Is there any other way to complete onu activation without knowing which GPON port the onu will attach to?

The OLT supports configuration of service flow creation policies on PON ports. After an ONU goes online under the PON port, service flows are automatically created according to the preset policies. More details in the link : https://support.huawei.com/enterprise/en/doc/EDOC1100055541/35fc6a03/configuring-automatic-service-flow-creation-gpon For the second question, please refer to the link:
https://forum.huawei.com/enterprise/en/troubleshooting-the-onu-abnormal-state-gpon-technical-posts-14/thread/463439-100181
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liqiang185
liqiang185 Admin Created Nov 18, 2019 11:55:03 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hello, 

use the following tools to generate a configuration template and configure services in batches:


http://support.huawei.com/onlinetoolsweb/fttxSGTool_E/stepbystep?language=en&domain=0


 In addition, you can configure services through the northbound interface.

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