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SES E-VPL Member Deployment for NJEDge.Net. Verizon Business Ethernet Solutions Presented By Joseph O’Leary Sales Engineer Higher Education segment for Verizon Business. Ethernet Services - Summary. Verizon Ethernet LAN (E-LAN) Service MP2MP EVC, designed for bridge or router CEs

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Ses e vpl member deployment for njedge net

SES E-VPL Member Deployment for NJEDge.Net

Verizon Business Ethernet Solutions

Presented By Joseph O’Leary Sales Engineer

Higher Education segment for Verizon Business


Ethernet services summary

Ethernet Services - Summary


Verizon switched ethernet service types

  • Verizon Ethernet LAN (E-LAN) Service

    • MP2MP EVC, designed for bridge or router CEs

    • Connectionless, any-to-any connectivity

    • Transparent (VLAN tag preservation, L2CP tunneling)

    • ‘All-to-One Bundled’ UNIs

    • Service performance objectives

E

-

UNI

CE

(Switch/Router)

  • Verizon Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL) Service

    • P2P EVC, designed for router CEs

    • Non-transparent service

    • ‘Service Multiplexed’ UNI – one or more EVCs per UNI

    • Service performance guarantees

CE

(Router)

Verizon Switched Ethernet Service Types


Evpl metro switched ethernet service

Data Services Network Operations( DSNOC)

CPE

NID

Customer Site B

LAN

Ethernet Switch

Redundant Management Links

Service Connection Point

IOF

10 M

Customer Site A

Dedicated Fiber Pair

CPE

NID

Verizon Metro Network

Customer’s

Virtual Network

HQ LAN

GigE (1000 M)

  • Key Characteristics

  • QoS options available

  • Shared Ethernet switches

  • Backbone: Multiple GigE links

  • Dedicated fiber access

  • Network Interface Device (NID)

  • Customer virtual networks (VLAN)

100 M

CPE

NID

Customer Site C

LAN

Customer Equipment (*MNS Opportunity)

EVPL Metro Switched Ethernet Service


Evpl metro switched ethernet service1

EVPL MetroSwitched Ethernet Service

Customer network

  • Customer has three EVPL Premier UNIs and two EVCs, as shown below

  • EVC-1: single CoS <EVPL-B> = <70 Mbps>

  • EVC-2: multi-CoS <EVPL-RT, EVPL-PD> = <20Mbps, 50Mbps>

Switch port configured as ‘Premier Access Line, untagged’

Switch port configured as ‘Premier Access Line, tagged’

E-UNI

100M

SES Network

E-UNI

1G

CE

6509

6509

NID

VLAN-ID=123

EVC-1

A3

A1

VLAN-ID=456

EVC-2

6509

All customer traffic is ‘tagged’

All customer traffic is ‘untagged’

E-UNI

100M

A2

Note: For EVC-2, switch looks at {VLAN_ID + CoS (p-bit)} of each incoming service frame - frames must be ‘tagged’


Marking cos with ses evpl

Marking & CoS with SES-EVPL


Ip precedence and diffserv code points

IP Precedence

Unused

Standard IPv4

DiffServ Extensions

IP Precedence and DiffServ Code Points

ToS

Byte

Version

Length

Len

ID

Offset

TTL

Proto

FCS

IP SA

IP DA

Data

IPv4 Packet

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

DiffServ Code Point (DSCP)

IP ECN

  • IPv4: Three most significant bits of ToS byte are called IP Precedence (IPP) - other bits unused

  • DiffServ: Six most significant bits of ToS byte are called DiffServ Code Point (DSCP) - remaining two bits used for flow control

  • DSCP is backward-compatible with IP Precedence

    • DiffServ Class Selector (DSCS) also uses 3 most significant bits

Source: Cisco training material


Evpl services

EVPL Services

  • Domain

    • All UNIs in a given domain must be ‘Service Multiplexed’

  • Service Multiplexed UNI

    • Offered only for 100M and 1000M UNIs (not 10M)

    • Two types: ‘Untagged’ OR ‘Tagged’ (can’t be both on same UNI)

    • CAC rules apply to UNI...more on this later...

  • EVPL EVCs

    • Customer gets ability to order an EVC with up to three CoS

      • Separate speeds for each CoS

    • For EVC order requiring 1 CoS  ‘VLAN ID’ is used to identify the CoS

    • For EVC order with 2 or 3 CoS  2 options

      • ‘EVC+CoS’ (VLAN ID + p-bit value)

      • ‘EVC+DSCP’ could be used to identify the CoS on the EVC (only for EVCs connecting two untagged UNIs)

  • L2CPs: All L2CPs are discarded at the UNI


Local enterprise evpl evc multiple cos

Local Enterprise, EVPL-EVC, Multiple CoS

Customer network

  • Customer has three EVPL Premier UNIs and two EVCs, as shown below

  • EVC-1: single CoS <EVPL-B> = <70 Mbps>

  • EVC-2: multi-CoS <EVPL-RT, EVPL-PD> = <20Mbps, 50Mbps>

Service Multiplexed, tagged

Service Multiplexed, untagged

E-UNI

100M

SES Network

E-UNI

1G

CE

6509

6509

NID

VLAN-ID=123

EVC-1

A3

A1

VLAN-ID=456

EVC-2

6509

All customer traffic is ‘tagged’

All customer traffic is ‘untagged’

E-UNI

100M

A2

Note: For EVC-2, switch looks at {VLAN_ID + CoS (p-bit)} of each incoming service frame - frames must be ‘tagged’


Evpl considerations

EVPL Considerations

  • EVPL is designed for customers using routers to access the service...Bridge CEsmay not work correctly...

  • All traffic is policed on these UNIs  CE can’t burst to line rate

  • CE must police/shape traffic to coordinate with the Bandwidth Profile of the service

    • Traffic exceeding the BWP is dropped by the policer

    • More on this later...

  • Connection Admission Control (CAC) rules limit the number of EVCs and the aggregate bandwidth per CoS on a given UNI

    • More on this later...


Ses evpl cos id tagged uni

SES EVPL CoS ID, Tagged UNI

Service multiplexed UNI, Premier Access Line, Tagged

EVC1

  • Two CoS ID options per EVC

  • EVC: a given EVC (VLAN ID) –single CoS

  • EVC + CoS: a given CoS (p-bit value) on a given EVC – multiple CoS

  • Note: CoS ID options per EVC are independent, i.e., both can coexist on same UNI – see right

CE-VLAN CoS 5,6

EVPL-RT or EVPL-PD or EVPL-B

CE-VLAN CoS 2

UNI

EVPL-RT

EVC2

CE-VLAN CoS 0

EVPL-PD

EVPL-B


Cos speeds summary

CoS Speeds Summary

Allowable CoS Speeds per EVC, by Service Type

  • EVPL CoS Speeds

  • Low speed:1 to 9 Mbps, in 1M steps

  • Medium speed: 10 to 90 Mbps, in 10M steps

  • High speed:100-1000 Mbps, in 100M steps


Uni connection admission control cac rules

UNI Connection Admission Control (CAC) Rules

  • UNI CAC rules are built into Provisioning System

  • Service Multiplexed UNI - see table below


Evpl cos id values

EVPL CoS ID Values


Typical segp today

TYPICAL(SEGP): TODAY


Typical segp tomorrow

TYPICAL(SEGP): TOMORROW


Sample evc sizing

SAMPLE EVC Sizing

  • EXAMPLE 1:

    • Today: IP/VPN = 4 Mbps; Internet = 6 Mbps

    • Tomorrow: EVC/BE= 10 Mbps; EVC/PD = 2 Mbps

      • Internet Contract: 6 Mbps

  • EXAMPLE 2:

    • Today: IP/VPN = 10 Mbps; Internet = 10 Mbps

    • Tomorrow: EVC/BE = 20 Mbps; EVC/PD = 6 Mbps

      • Internet Contract: 12 Mbps


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