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ALU NED

 

Hi gurus

 

In trying to model configuration on a NETSIM ALU 7750, I ran into an issue where I’m unable to use the ‘customer’ parameter. If I omit the ‘customer’ parameter, I can continue and complete that specific configuration.

 

My lab environment:

NCS:  4.0.1
ALU NED: v3.4.2 for NCS 4.0.1

admin@ncs# show packages package build-info

packages package alu-sr

build-info date "2015-08-28 00:44:56"

build-info file ncs-4.0.1-alu-sr-3.4.2.tar.gz

 

Appreciate the feedback.

 

Thanks & Regards,


Nick Khemani
Cloud Solutions Architect

 

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Cisco Employee

Re: ALU NED

 

Hi Nick,

I’m not an ALU expert, but looks like it is expecting a “reference” and you are supplying a “value”.

You will have to create the customer first and then supply it’s “reference” to epipe.

An example below (in bold) which may help.

Thanks,

 

Bilal.

<port xmlns="http://tail-f.com/ned/alu-sr" tags="nocreate">

          <port-id>{/endpoint[1]/intf-number}</port-id>

          <ethernet tags="merge">

            <mode>

              <access/>

            </mode>

          </ethernet>

        </port>

       <service xmlns="http://tail-f.com/ned/alu-sr">

          <customer>

            <customer-id>1</customer-id>

          </customer>

          <sdp>

            <sdp-id>{/pw-id}</sdp-id>

            <far-end>{/endpoint[1]/remote-ip}</far-end>

          </sdp>

          <epipe>

            <service-id>{/pw-id}</service-id>

           <customer>1</customer>

            <endpoint>

              <endpoint-name>{/pw-id}</endpoint-name>

            </endpoint>

            <spoke-sdp>

              <sdp-id>{/pw-id}</sdp-id>

              <vc-id>{/pw-id}</vc-id>

              <vc-type>ether</vc-type>

              <endpoint>{/pw-id}</endpoint>

            </spoke-sdp>

            <sap>

              <sap-id>{/endpoint[1]/intf-number}</sap-id>

            </sap>

          </epipe>

        </service>     

      </config>

    </device>

Cisco Employee

Re: ALU NED

 

Thanks Bilal. I’m using the actual CLI on the netsim device not via NSO. Moreover, it did not prevent me from supplying “2345” on the fly for epipe nor should it prevent me from providing a value on the fly (within acceptable range) for the customer parameter. That’s my understanding for creating an Epipe Service but I could be wrong…

 

See sample snippet from the InterWebs

 

http://ipcisco.com/vpws-configuration-part-2-epipe-configuration/

Thanks & Regards,

 
Nick Khemani

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