May 22, 2024

QinQ VLAN Configure in ZTE ONU

QinQ VLAN Configure in ZTE ONU

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Today i will be discuss how to QinQ VLAN Configure in ZTE ONU.

Prerequisites:

  • Make sure that the network device works normally.
  • The ONU is registered.
  • Log in to the ZXA10 C220 through HyperTerminal or Telnet.

Context:

According to VLAN QinQ rules, when the ZXA10 C220 receives upstream tag packets on the GPON-ONU port, it adds SVLAN tags to the packets. When the packets arrive at the port on the opposite end, the packets are sent to the user according to the user VLAN tags after the SVLAN tags are removed.

To configure the QinQ VLAN , perform the following steps:

Step-1. Use the configure terminal command to enter global configuration mode.
Step-2. Use the interface command to enter the GPON-ONU configuration mode.
Step-3. Use the switchport mode command to configure port VLAN mode.
Step-4. Use the switchport qinq command to configure VLAN QinQ rule.

Note:

  • In a VLAN, VLAN QinQ and VLAN translate can not be configured simultaneously.
  • CVLAN ID and SVLAN ID must be different.

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Example of QinQ VLAN Configure in ZTE ONU:

  • User VLAN (CVLAN) ID: 100
  • SVLAN ID: 1000
  • Uplink port: 0/14/1
  • GPON-ONU port: 0/5/1:1

ZXAN#configure terminal
Enter the configuration commands, one per line. End with CTRL/Z.
ZXAN(config)#interface gei_0/14/1
ZXAN(config-if)#switchport vlan 1000 tag
ZXAN(config-if)#exit
ZXAN(config)#interface gpon-onu_0/5/1:1
ZXAN(config-if)#switchport mode hybrid vport 1
ZXAN(config-if)#switchport vlan 100 tag vport 1
ZXAN(config-if)#switchport vlan 1000 tag vport 1
ZXAN(config-if)#switchport qinq vlan 100 svlan 1000 vport 1

QinQ VLAN Configure in ZTE ONU
QinQ VLAN Configure in ZTE ONU

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