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As service providers consider the strengths and weaknesses of EoS-enabled MSPPs, they have converged on several typical deployment scenarios for MSPPs in Ethernet
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Network element solutions using EoS, or any Ethernet technology, can support a low density of Ethernet switching capabilities and still provide MEF-compliant, Carrier Ethernet services
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service networks This section investigates three key Ethernet service network applications where EoS-enabled MSPPs play a prominent role:
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Ethernet Private Line (E-Line) service delivery Ethernet access to Ethernet or IP services Dedicated EoS networks
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The MEF defines an Ethernet Private Line (E-Line) service to be a point-to-point service, one that uses a point-to-point Ethernet Virtual Connection (EVC) between two user network interfaces (UNIs) [13] However, the term private line connotes not only point-to-point connectivity, but also the reliability attribute of Carrier Ethernet (to match the high availability of traditional DS-1 and DS-3 private line services) For fault tolerance alone, the MSPP proves an ideal vehicle for delivering E-Line services In many cases, the service provider needs to provide DS-n private line and E-Line services to the same customer location another key advantage for EoS The OSS capabilities required to manage E-Line services match closely those for traditional private line services, so for those service providers who already deploy large-scale traditional private line service, the operational hurdle to deploy EoS on MSPPs is relatively low Figure 117 illustrates the role of the EoS-enabled MSPP in the delivery of E-Line services In this scenario, the MSPP provides transport and delivers the service It must, therefore, provide not only the functions of EoS transport (eg, GFP/VCAT/LCAS), but also the capabilities necessary to provide MEF-compliant E-Line service These service delivery functions include Ethernet frame classification, policing, QoS and traffic management support, and proper handling of Ethernet control protocol data units
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Fast Ethernet A DS-n Fast Ethernet B DS-n OC-N SONET ADM DS-n Fast Ethernet C D Gigabit Ethernet OC-48 Access ring SONET ADM Central office 100 Mbps EPL between Ethernet UNIs A and E 20 Mbps EPL between Ethernet UNIs B and C 500 Mbps EPL between Ethernet UNIs D and F OC-12 Access ring MSPP MSPP OC-192 Interoffice ring
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Central office Central office SONET ADM OC-48 Access ring
Fast Ethernet E MSPP F Gigabit Ethernet
MSPP
Figure 117 The MSPP and E-Line service delivery
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(PDUs) [13] Examples of E-Line services that use MSPPs include Verizon s Ethernet Private Line, Verizon s Optical Networking (VON) services, and Time Warner Telecom s Extended Native LAN (ENLAN) service
Ethernet Access to Ethernet or IP Services
Figure 118 illustrates how the MSPP may provide Ethernet access to MEF-compliant E-Line or Emulated LAN (E-LAN) services or to IP-based services, such as Internet or IP Virtual Private Network (IP-VPN) services In this scenario, the service provider sells the Ethernet or IP-based service to its customer and the EoS portion provides access from the customer to the E-Line, E-LAN, or IP-based service; this is similar to the way DS-1 or DS-3 circuits have historically provided dedicated access to Internet services In this scenario, the role of the EoS network differs from its role in the previous (E-Line delivery) scenario, where it delivers the service itself, not just access to the service However, many of the attributes of the EoS network remain, including pointto-point EoS transport, the ability to deliver traditional DS-n private line service, high survivability, and operational commonality with traditional private line services MEF compliance is not strictly required in the access MSPP (the equipment that provides the E-Line or E-LAN service must provide that), although the MSPP may not transport the EoS in a way that interferes with the ability of other equipment to deliver the Ethernet service Examples where MSPPs provide access to Ethernet or IP-based services include Qwest Internet Port, AT&T ACCU-Ring Network Access Service, and Verizon s Internet Dedicated Ethernet service
Fast Ethernet A DS-n Fast Ethernet B MSPP DS-n OC-N SONET ADM DS-n Fast Ethernet C Gigabit Ethernet OC-48 Access ring SONET ADM Central office 100 Mbps access to switched Ethernet service 20 Mbps access to the Internet 500 Mbps access to an IP-VPN
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