Configuration of the xDSL Internet Access Service Through PPPoE Dialup-HUAWEI

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***How to configure xDSL Internet Access Service Through PPPoE Dialup***

Step-1: Configure a VLAN.

NOTE:

Configure S-VLAN 50 with the stacking attribute. The user packet goes upstream carrying two VLAN tags. The outer VLAN tag identifies the service and the inner VLAN tag identifies the user. The service of each user is identified by unique S-VLAN+C-VLAN, and the VLAN forwarding mode is the S-VLAN+C-VLAN mode. 

OLT-1(config)#vlan 50 smart

OLT-1(config)#vlan attrib 50 stacking

OLT-1(config)#vlan forwarding 50 vlan-connect

 Step-2: Configure upstream ports.

Add upstream ports 0/19/0 and 0/19/1 to VLAN 50. Two ports are added for the purpose of port aggregation.

OLT-1(config)#port vlan 50 0/19 0

OLT-1(config)#port vlan 50 0/19 1

 NOTE: To aggregate the two upstream ports as one aggregation group, set the packet forwarding mode of the aggregation group to egress-ingress, and set the aggregation group to work in the LACP static mode, do as follows:

OLT-1(config)#link-aggregation 0/19 0 0/19 1 egress-ingress workmode lacp-static

 Step-3: In the ADSL access mode, follow this procedure.

  1. Configure an ADSL2+ profile. For details, see Configuring an ADSL2+ Template. The default ADSL2+ line template (line template 1) and the default ADSL2+ alarm template (alarm template 1) are used as an example.
  1. Activate the ADSL port, and bind the ADSL2+ templates.

 NOTE

By default, an ADSL port is in the activated state. Before binding a template to the port, you must deactivate the port.

In the ADSL access mode, bind the default ADSL2+ line template 1 and ADSL2+ alarm template 1 to ADSL port 0/2/0 

.

OLT-1(config)#interface adsl 0/2

OLT-1(config-if-adsl-0/2)#deactivate 0

OLT-1(config-if-adsl-0/2)#activate 0 profile-index 1

OLT-1(config-if-adsl-0/2)#alarm-config 0 1

OLT-1(config-if-adsl-0/2)#quit

  1. Run the display traffic table command to query the existing traffic profiles in the system.

OLT-1(config)#display traffic table ip from-index 0

  1. Run the service-port command to create a service port, adopt traffic profile 5, and set the

S-VLAN ID to 50. The index of the service port is 1, and the VPI and VCI of the service port must be the same as the management VPI and VCI of the peer modem. Assume that the management VPI and VCI of the modem are 1 and 39, and the access port ID is 0/2/0. To facilitate the maintenance of the service port, also configure the service port description.

OLT-1(config)#service-port 1 vlan 50 adsl 0/2/0 vpi 1 vci 39 inbound traffictable index 5 outbound traffic-table index 5

OLT-1(config)#service-port desc 1 description Vlanid:50/adsl/vpi:1vci:39/ stacking  

  1. Set the C-VLAN ID of the preset service port 1 to 10 for identifying the user. Configure

the important user packet with a higher priority so that the user packet can be processed with precedence, and set the priority of the inner VLAN to 4.

OLT-1(config)#stacking label service-port 1 10

OLT-1(config)#stacking inner-priority service-port 1 4

 Step-4: In the SHDSL access mode, follow this procedure.

  1. Configure an SHDSL profile. For details, see Configuring SHDSL Profiles. Add SHDSL line profile 3 of the PTM type, with the maximum line rate 2048 kbit/s.

OLT-1(config)#shdsl line-profile quickadd 3 ptm rate 512 2048

  1. Activate SHDSL port 0/3/1, and bind the preset SHDSL line profile 3 and the default SHDSL alarm template (alarm template 1) to the port.

OLT-1(config)#interface shl 0/3

OLT-1(config-if-shl-0/3)#deactivate 1

OLT-1(config-if-shl-0/3)#activate 1 3

OLT-1(config-if-shl-0/3)#alarm-config 1 1

OLT-1(config-if-shl-0/3)#quit

  1. Run the display traffic table command to query the existing traffic profiles in the system.

OLT-1(config)#display traffic table ip from-index 0  

  1. Run the service-port command to create a service port, adopt traffic profile 5, and set the S-VLAN ID to 50. Set the SHDSL channel mode to PTM, and create service port 2 on SHDSL port 0/3/1. To facilitate the maintenance of the service port, also configure the service port description.

OLT-1(config)#service-port 2 vlan 50 shdsl mode ptm 0/3/1 inbound traffictable index 5 outbound traffic-table index 5

OLT-1(config)#service-port desc 2 description Vlanid:50/shdsl/vpi:1vci:39/ stacking

  1. Set the C-VLAN ID of the preset service port 2 to 10 for identifying the user. Configure the important user packet with a higher priority so that the user packet can be processed with precedence, and set the priority of the inner VLAN to 4.

OLT-1(config)#stacking label service-port 2 10

OLT-1(config)#stacking inner-priority service-port 2 4

 Step-5: In the VDSL access mode, follow this procedure.

In this example, the VDSL normal mode is used as an example. For details about how to configure a VDSL profile in the VDSL TI mode, see Configuring VDSL2 Profiles (TI Mode).

OLT-1(config)#vdsl line-profile quickadd 3 snr 60 0 300 60 0 300

OLT-1(config)#vdsl channel-profile quickadd 3 path-mode ptm interleaved-delay 8 2 inp 4 2 rate 128 10000 128 10000 2048 2048

OLT-1(config)#vdsl line-template quickadd 3 line 3 channel1 3 100 100

  1. Activate VDSL port 0/4/1, and bind the preset VDSL line template 3 and the default VDSL alarm template (alarm template 1) to the port.

OLT-1(config)#interface vdsl 0/4

OLT-1(config-if-vdsl-0/4)#deactivate 1

OLT-1(config-if-vdsl-0/4)#activate 1 template-index 3

OLT-1(config-if-vdsl-0/4)#alarm-config 1 1

OLT-1(config-if-vdsl-0/4)#quit

  1. Run the display traffic table command to query the existing traffic profiles in the system.

OLT-1(config)#display traffic table ip from-index 0

  1. Run the service-port command to create a service port, adopt traffic profile 5, and set the S-VLAN ID to 50. Set the VDSL channel mode to PTM, and create service port 3 on VDSL port 0/4/1. To facilitate the maintenance of the service port, also configure the service port description.

OLT-1(config)#service-port 3 vlan 50 vdsl mode ptm 0/4/1 inbound traffictable index 5 outbound traffic-table index 5

OLT-1(config)#service-port desc 3 description Vlanid:50/vdsl/vpi:1vci:39/stacking

  1. Set the C-VLAN ID of the preset service port 3 to 10 for identifying the user. Configure the important user packet with a higher priority so that the user packet can be processed with precedence, and set the priority of the inner VLAN to 4.

OLT-1(config)#stacking label service-port 3 10

OLT-1(config)#stacking inner-priority service-port 3 4

 Step-6: Configure the user account security.

OLT-1(config)#pitp enable pmode

OLT-1(config)#raio-mode cntel pitp-pmode

 Step-7: Save the data.

OLT-1(config)#save

 ***END***

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