HALNy HL-1GE HGU Configuration [NOKIA 7360]

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HALNy HL-1GE Configuration

Service scenario

HL-1GE can work in two modes – HGU (Home Gateway Unit) and SFU (Single Familly Unit).
SFU mode configuration is presented here. All HGU supported scenarios You can find here.
Changing ONT mode is achieved by setting up/or not bridge port and VEIP for ONT. In example, if ONT has to be working as HGU, we need to set only VEIP. If as SFU, we need to set bridge port(s).
SFU mode allows to prepare more complex configuration – such as QiQ tunnel or VLAN translation on the ONT. In this tutorial we will focus on HGU mode configuration.

Supported SFU service scenario and ONT configuration

Document Date and version2020.05.14
Tested on OLT NOKIA 7360 FX-4Version: L6GPAA56.587
Tested with ONT HALNy HL-1GESupported on Version: V2.0.10 or above
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ONT modes switching HGU<->SFU

ONT HL-1GE supports auto mode switching with assigning according configuration. At this moment that function is supported on:

  • Dasan OLT
  • Zyxel OLT
  • Alcatel Lucent OLT

How to switch between SFU/HGU.

ONT Configuration (Access Mode – only INTERNET)

ONT is connected to the port 1/1/1 with onu ID 20
1. Create ONT interface and set up admin-state

#configure equipment ont interface 1/1/1/1/20 sernum HALN:0002F163 sw-ver-pland disabled iphc-allowed enable enable-aes disable
#configure>equipment>ont>interface>1/1/1/1/20$ admin-state up

2. Plan card slot type and define quantity and type of ports (1 ETH in HL-1GE case)

#configure equipment ont slot 1/1/1/1/20/1 planned-card-type 10_100base plndnumdataports 1 plndnumvoiceports 0 admin-state up
#configure equipment ont slot 1/1/1/1/20/10 planned-card-type veip plndnumdataports 1 plndnumvoiceports 0 admin-state up

NOTE:
Slot 1 is for Ethernet card -> #configure equipment ont slot 1/1/1/1/20/1
Slot 10 is for VEIP ->#configure equipment ont slot 1/1/1/1/20/10

3. Set ethernet port speed/duplex

#configure ethernet ont 1/1/1/1/20/1/1 auto-detect auto admin-state up

4. ONT ip-host 1 configuration

#configure qos interface 1/1/1/1/20/vuni upstream-queue 0 bandwidth-profile name:bwHALN96000000
#configure bridge port 1/1/1/1/20/vuni
#configure>bridge>port>1/1/1/1/20/vuni$ vlan-id 400 
#configure iphost ont ont:1/1/1/1/20/1 dhcp enabled vlan 400
#typ:isadmin>configure>iphost>ont>ont:1/1/1/1/20/1$ admin-state up

5. Enable VEIP

typ:isadmin># configure veip ont 1/1/1/1/20/10/1 admin-state up
typ:isadmin># configure qos interface 1/1/1/1/20/10/1 upstream-queue 0 bandwidth-profile name:bwHALN96000000
typ:isadmin># configure bridge port 1/1/1/1/20/10/1
typ:isadmin>configure>bridge>port>1/1/1/1/20/10/1$ max-unicast-mac 200
typ:isadmin>configure>bridge>port>1/1/1/1/20/10/1$ vlan-id 100 tag single-tagged
typ:isadmin>configure>bridge>port>1/1/1/1/20/10/1>vlan-id>100$ exit
yp:isadmin>configure>bridge>port>1/1/1/1/20/10/1# vlan-id 400 tag single-tagged
typ:isadmin>configure>bridge>port>1/1/1/1/20/10/1>vlan-id>400$ exit
typ:isadmin>configure>bridge>port>1/1/1/1/20/10/1# exit all

6. Display ONT ip-host 1 address

#show iphost ont operational-data
operational-data table
=========================================================================================================
index                    |ip-address     |net-mask       |default-router |dns-addr      |sec-dns-addr
-------------------------+---------------+---------------+---------------+--------------+---------------
ont:1/1/1/1/20/1           172.17.180.90    255.255.255.0   172.17.180.1   172.16.180.240  185.228.168.168

NOTE: In order to ip-host work properly, the broadcast should be enabled on VLAN

#configure interface vlan id 400 new-broadcast enable

ONT HL-1GE Provisioning on ISAM 7360

There are three ways of ONT provisioning:

  • DHCP option 66,67 (link)
  • Upgrade ONT with tar.gz file where XML file is included – OMCI Firmware Upgrade provisioning (link)
  • TR-069(link)

ONT HL-1GE upgrade on ISAM 7360

ONT upgrade process is described in this article.


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