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LAB ITP Design

M2PA and MTP3


Tuesday 3/24/2003

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Exercise 2

Set up LSL Linksets between your ITP and your SP


Each Linkset should have one link, SLC 0
Itp 7500a 1.2.2
SIMa
1.1.1

:0
/0/0
5
S

5/0
/0:

ITP

ITP

port: 5000
10.10.10.2

port: 5000
10.10.10.4

port: 5000
10.10.10.3

port: 5000
10.10.10.5

ITP

Itp 7500b 1.2.3


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Itp 2600a 1.2.4


s0/0:

SIMb
1.1.2

0:0
s0/

ITP

Itp 2600b 1.2.5


ITP CourseAppendix B-2

Putting an SCTP Link in service

1. Defining Local Peer


2. Local IP Addresses Assignment
3. Defining Linksets
4. Assigning Links to Linksets.

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ITP CourseAppendix B-3

SCTP Configuration: Configuring Peer


Local and Remote
Step 1
ITP(config)#cs7 local-peer local-port-number
Specifies the local peer and puts you in local-peer submode.
Step 2
ITP(config-cs7-lp)#local-ip address
Configures the IP address for this local peer instance.
repeat this step NOW to configure backup IP addresses for this
2.2.2
1.1.1
local end-point.
10.0.0.1

ITP

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20.0.0.1

ITP

local-peer 5000

local-peer 5000

10.0.0.1

20.0.0.1
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Assignment of links to Linksets:


Configuring SCTP Links

ITP(config-cs7-ls)# link slc sctp remote-ip-addr


[backup-remote-ip-addr ...] remote-port-num local-port-num
[passive]
Configures SS7 over IP peers for a linkset and enters Cisco CS7
link configuration mode.
1.1.1

2.2.2
10.0.0.1

link 0

ITP
local-peer 5000
10.0.0.1

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20.0.0.1

ITP
link 0

local-peer 5000
20.0.0.1

ITP CourseAppendix B-5

M2PA using SCTP Multihoming

SCTP Multihoming allows M2PA links to have an


additional layer of redundancy.
Up to 4 IP addresses can be used as endpoints for
SCTP associations.
In case of IP network failure on primary IP
addresses, SCTP will automatically handle using
backup IP addresses to maintain connectivity
transparently to MTP3 & above (less processing)

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ITP CourseAppendix B-6

SS7oIP Rerouting Options upon Loss


of Link
STP

STP

ITP

ITP
IP SCTP

SS7 MTP3

SS7
Appl

SS7
Appl

MTP3

MTP3

MTP2

MTP2

MTP1

MTP1

SCCP

SCCP

GTT

GTT

MTP3

MTP3

M2PA

M2PA

SCTP

SCTP

IP

IP

MTP3 Changeover

SCTP Multi-Homing

MTP3 must retrieve messages


from layer2 and insert them on
the alternate layer3 linkset

Less processor intensive. the


MTP3 link and linkset status
does not change.

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ITP CourseAppendix B-7

M2PA using SCTP Multihoming


local-peer 5000
10.120.122.6

local-peer 5000

link 0

10.120.122.22

10.120.123.6

10.120.123.22

IP Cloud 1

3.4.2

10.120.122.22

10.120.122.6

ITP

3.4.4

ITP

10.120.123.6

10.120.123.22

IP Cloud 2

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ITP CourseAppendix B-8

M2PA using SCTP Multihoming


3.4.2

3.4.4
link 0

ITP
itp-7500a

ITP
M2PA LINK

local-peer 5000

link 0

10.120.122.6
10.120.123.6

3.4.2

itp-2600a
local-peer 5000
10.120.122.22
10.120.123.22

10.120.122.6

link 0

10.120.122.22

ITP
itp-7500a

3.4.4

ITP
10.120.123.6

10.120.123.22

itp-2600a

ACTIVE IP CONNECTION
STANDBY IP CONNECTION

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ITP CourseAppendix B-9

M2PA using SCTP Multihoming


Connectivity is lost to 10.120.122.22 on itp-2600a
SCTP automatically fails over to use 10.120.123.22

local-peer 5000

link 0

10.120.122.6
10.120.123.6

3.4.2

local-peer 5000
10.120.122.22
10.120.123.22

10.120.122.6

link 0

10.120.122.22

ITP
itp-7500a

3.4.4

ITP
10.120.123.6

10.120.123.22

itp-2600a

ACTIVE IP CONNECTION
STANDBY IP CONNECTION
FAILED IP CONNECTION

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show cs7 m2pa peer <ls-name> [slc]

ITP CourseAppendix B-10

Exercise 3
Set up m2pa associations between all ITPs (1 link per
linkset, 2 IPs address per peer, as in the Spreadsheet )
Follow the steps: first local peer, then linkset.
Itp 7500a 1.2.2
SIMa
1.1.1

:0
/0/0
5
S

5/0
/0:

ITP

ITP

port: 5000
10.10.10.2

port: 5000
10.10.10.4

port: 5000
10.10.10.3

port: 5000
10.10.10.5

ITP

Itp 7500b 1.2.3


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Itp 2600a 1.2.4


s0/0:

SIMb
1.1.2

0:0
s0/

ITP

Itp 2600b 1.2.5


ITP CourseAppendix B-11

Agenda
Global ITP Configuration,
Links and linksets
MTP3 Routes
GTT
QOS
Redundancy

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ITP CourseAppendix B-12

MTP3 Routes

Specifying the Cisco ITP Route Table


Specifying the Default Route Table
Loading the Route Table Contents
Adding Routes to the Route Table
Saving the Route Table

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ITP CourseAppendix B-13

Route Table Database Management - Storage


Routing Table is stored in SGM Server
SGM

Client

SGM

Copy tftp

Edit
Load

Flash

RAM

ITP

Save
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ITP CourseAppendix B-14

Updating the Route Table with CLI


To add a route to the Cisco ITP route table, use the following
command in global configuration mode:
ITP(config)# cs7 route-table system
ITP(config-cs7-rt)# update route point-code [mask | length]
linkset ls-name [priority priority-value 1 ] [qos-class class]
Note. The smaller the number, the higher the priority.
Example:
ITP(config-cs7-rt)# update route 1-2-1/24 linkset HLR_Milan
priority 1

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ITP CourseAppendix B-15

Saving / loading the Route Table


ITP# cs7 save route-table name url
Save the route table to a file.
The newly created file can be used with the load route-table
sub-command to populate the route table upon ITP startup.
On a 2651 ITP type:
(ITP-cs7-rt)# load flash:name
On a 7500 ITP type
(ITP-cs7-rt)# load slot0:name

Load
RAM

Flash

ITP

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ITP CourseAppendix B-16

Using SGM for the Route Table


On SGM:
1. Select ITP, edit the Route Table
2. Populate the Route Table with Route Table Editor
3. Save to File (Default name hostname.rou)
On ITP
1. Copy tftp the file into the ITP Flash
2. Load the File from Flash

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ITP CourseAppendix B-17

Loading the Route Table into the ITP


On ITP 2651
1- ITP# copy tftp://filename flash:
2 (config)# cs7 route-table system
3 (config-cs-rt)# load flash:filename

On ITP 7500
1- ITP# copy tftp://filename slot0:
2 (config)# cs7 route-table system
3 (config-cs7-rt)# load slot0:filename

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ITP CourseAppendix B-18

Exercise 4 : Routing with SGM


Edit your routing table on SGM and add up a route
Copy your route table on flash and load it.
Example :
ITP#copy tftp://10.10.10.24/sgm/routes/itp2600a.rou flash:
Ping cs7 all nodes in the network.
Itp 7500a 1.2.2
SIMa
1.1.1

:0
/0/0
5
S

5/0
/0:

ITP

ITP

port: 5000
10.10.10.2

port: 5000
10.10.10.4

port: 5000
10.10.10.3

port: 5000
10.10.10.5

ITP

Itp 7500b 1.2.3

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Itp 2600a 1.2.4


s0/0:

SIMb
1.1.2

0:0
/
0
s

ITP

Itp 2600b 1.2.5

ITP CourseAppendix B-19

Exercise 5 : Routing with CLI


Add up a route update on CLI
Save your routing table
Check on SGM your updated route
itp-a
1.1.10
sp-a
1.1.14

s0/0
0
SLC
s0/1
0
/
0
1
s
SLC
1
/
0
s
s0
/2
SL
s0
C
/3
0
s0
SL
/0
C
1
s0
/1

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ITP

itp-c
1.1.12
ITP

port: 5000
10.0.0.10

port: 5000
10.0.0.12

port: 5000
10.0.0.11

port: 5000
10.0.0.13

ITP

ITP

itp-b
1.1.11

itp-d
1.1.13

s0/0:
0 SL
C
s0/0:
1 SL 0 s0/0:0
C1
s0/0:
1
0
2:
s0/
C0
2:1
/
0
SL
s
:0
1
0
/
C
s0
SL
1
0:
s0/

sp-b
1.1.15

ITP CourseAppendix B-20

End Section Thank You

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Allrights
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reserved.

ITP CourseAppendix B-21

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