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same EVC The attributes associated with an EVC are shown in Figure 224 (at the end of the chapter) and are employed when specifying an Ethernet service There may be one or more subscriber flows mapped to a particular EVC This capability enables an EVC to provide data privacy and security
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There are two basic rules that govern the delivery of Ethernet frames over an EVC A service frame must never be delivered back to the UNI where it originated, and the Ethernet frame contents (including MAC addresses) must remain unchanged The MEF has defined two types of EVCs: Point-to-Point or Multipoint-to-Multipoint In a Point-toPoint EVC, exactly two UNIs must be associated with one another whereas in a Multipointto-Multipoint EVC, two or more UNIs must be associated with one another Thus, an EVC can be used to construct a Layer 2 Private Line or a Layer 2 VPN12 service As noted in the reference Service Architecture, one or more Service Providers can be used to deliver Carrier Ethernet services The demarcation or handoff between the Service Providers is referred to as the Network-toNetwork Interfaces (NNIs) The MEF has defined several NNIs:
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External Network-to-Network Interface (E-NNI) An open interface used to interconnect two MEN Service Providers Internal Network-to-Network Interface (I-NNI) An open interface used to interconnect network elements from a given MEN Service Provider Network Interworking Network-to-Network Interface (NI-NNI) An open interface that supports the extension of transport facilities used to support Ethernet services and associated EVCs over an external transport network not directly involved in the end-to-end Ethernet service Service Interworking Network-to-Network Interface (SI-NNI) An interface that supports the interworking of an MEF service with services provided via other service enabling technologies (eg, Frame Relay, ATM, IP, etc)
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Carrier Ethernet services are essentially connectivity services that employ Ethernet frames transported over the MEN using a host of different technologies such as SONET, WDM, MPLS, and so on As shown in Figure 25, Ethernet services are delivered over an EVC provided by a Service Provider over a MEN, which is connected to the customer equipment (CE) via a standardized UNI Thus, all Ethernet services will invariably have associated with them, one or more UNIs and one or more EVCs The specific UNI and EVC attributes differentiate the specific services
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Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a connectivity service between multiple points to multiple points
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Defining Carrier Ethernet Services MEF Ethernet Service Definition Framework Defined by Ethernet Service Type Defined by Defined by Ethernet Service Attribute
Carrier Ethernet Service
Ethernet Service Attribute Parameters
UNI & EVC Attributes Associated with the Service Type Ethernet Physical Interface Traffic Parameters Performance Parameters Class of Service Service Frame Delivery VLAN Tag Support Service Multiplexing Bundling Security Filters Actual Values for Each of the UNI/EVC Attributes
Carrier Ethernet Services E-Line E-LAN E-Tree*
* Not ratified yet
Defining Ethernet services
Carrier Ethernet services are defined from a subscriber perspective (and hence they re also referred to as retail services ) As shown in Figure 26, the MEF has developed an Ethernet Services Definition Framework that defines any Carrier Ethernet service in terms of a predefined Ethernet service type Each of these Ethernet service types (described next) are, in turn, defined by a set of Ethernet service attributes that define its capabilities Some of these attributes apply to the UNI, others to the EVCs, and still others to both the UNI and EVCs associated with the service type Specific parameters associated with each of these Ethernet service attributes ultimately define the Ethernet service fully This seemingly complicated approach is also illustrated in Figure 26, but it will become clearer when real-life examples are discussed later in the chapter It is helpful to remember that every service is defined in terms of a service type and invariably has a set of UNI and EVC attributes13 that will uniquely define it Before delving into the specific service types (which are defined in terms of the Ethernet service attributes), it is useful to understand these service attributes
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