3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 21, 2017 6:12 AM by michael56

    I am replacing a Netvanta 4430 with a Netvanta 5660. Questions with migrating configuration.

    jfb1311 New Member

      The prior interface was configured with traffic-shape rate for 100Mbps for our carrier circuit, how can I accomplish this on a gigabit interface? I am also showing several differences in configuration from these two routers and I can't seem to locate a technical guide (like not being able to assign an IP to an interface without creating a sub interface), I would greatly appreciate someone pointing me in the right direction.

       

      Thanks in advance!

        • Re: I am replacing a Netvanta 4430 with a Netvanta 5660. Questions with migrating configuration.
          michael56 New Member

          The 5660 platform is basically "a switch first, and router second". So you just build out the interfaces to sub-interfaces to add an IP address to them. Then you just treat the sub interfaces like any hardware interface for speed and duplex, traffic shaping, etc.

           

           

          interface gigabit-eth 0/2

            no shutdown

           

          !

          interface gigabit-eth 0/2.1

            ce-vlan-id untagged

            ip address  <LAN_IP> <LAN_MASK>

            no shutdown

          !

          !

          interface gigabit-eth 0/3

            no shutdown

          !

          interface gigabit-eth 0/3.1

            description WAN

          speed 100

            ce-vlan-id untagged

             ip address  <WAN CPE IP ADDRESS>  <WAN CPE MASK>

            no shutdown

          !

            • Re: I am replacing a Netvanta 4430 with a Netvanta 5660. Questions with migrating configuration.
              jfb1311 New Member

              Thanks for your help Michael,

               

              I was trying to get this situated yesterday and I have the configuration pretty close to what you suggested. If I may, I have a couple more questions. I previously had my LAN interface configured with 802.1q with tagged vlan traffic. I understand that the ce-vlan-id is intended for tagging carrier ethernet traffic, but would I be able to use it a similiar fashion?

               

               

              For example this is my old config:

               

              interface gigabit-eth 0/1

                encapsulation 802.1q

                no shutdown

              !

               

              interface gigabit-eth 0/1.1

                description Data

                vlan-id 110 native

                ip address  10.X.X.X  255.255.255.0

                no awcp

                no shutdown

               

              !

               

              interface gigabit-eth 0/1.2

                description Internal Phones

                vlan-id 125

                ip address  192.X.X.X  255.255.255.0

                no awcp

                no shutdown

               

               

              New config:

               

              interface gigabit-eth 0/3

                no shutdown

               

              !

               

              interface gigabit-eth 0/3.1

                ce-vlan-id untagged

                ip address  10.X.X.X  255.255.255.0

                no awcp

                no shutdown

               

              !

               

              interface gigabit-eth 0/3.2

                ce-vlan-id 125

                ip address  192.X.X.X  255.255.255.0

                no awcp

                no shutdown

               

               

              And lastly, the interface connected to our carrier, I don't have the option to add the "priority percent X" under QOS. I also think I figured out the traffic shaping.

               

              interface gigabit-eth 0/2

                description Circuit

                speed 100

                no shutdown

               

              !

               

              interface gigabit-eth 0/2.1

                ip address  10.X.X.X  255.255.255.0

                qos-policy out VoIP

                no shutdown

               

               

              qos map VoIP 10

                match precedence 5

                match dscp ef

                match ip list voice

                set precedence 5

               

               

              shaper Traffic-Shape

                rate 100000

                per interface gigabit-ethernet 0/2

                no shutdown

               

              Once again, I really appreciate your help.

                • Re: I am replacing a Netvanta 4430 with a Netvanta 5660. Questions with migrating configuration.
                  michael56 New Member

                  You'll have two shapers basically. One for your traffic which you seem to have ok, and one for QOS for your VOIP. Should end up something like this:

                   

                   

                  interface gigabit-eth 0/2.1
                    description To WAN
                    ce-vlan-id untagged
                    ip address  <insert IP address with mask >
                    ip access-policy XXXXXXX
                    media-gateway ip primary
                    qos-policy out WAN
                    no shutdown

                  shaper WAN
                    rate <line-rate-in-kbps>
                    per interface gigabit-ethernet 0/2
                    no shutdown
                  !
                  shaper WAN_VoIP
                    rate <priority queue rate>
                    per interface gigabit-ethernet 0/2 5
                    no shutdown
                  !
                  queue interface gigabit-ethernet 0/2 5
                    max-depth 24

                  !
                  qos map WAN 30
                    match dscp ef
                    match dscp cs5
                    match dscp af31
                    match dscp 44
                    set egress-queue 5
                  !

                   

                  GOOD LUCK...