MEP

You can configure MEPs (Maintenance Entity Points) on this page.

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Object Description
Delete This box is used to mark a MEP for deletion in next Save operation.
Instance The ID of the MEP. Click on the ID of a MEP to enter the configuration page. The range is 1 – 100.
Domain Port: This is a MEP in the Port Domain.
Mode

MEP: This is a Maintenance Entity End Point.

MIP: This is a Maintenance Entity Intermediate Point.

Direction

Down: A Down MEP monitors ingress OAM and traffic on the Residence Port.

Up: An Up MEP monitors egress OAM and traffic on the Residence Port.

Residence Port The port where MEP is monitoring (see Direction). For a EVC MEP, the port must be a port in the EVC. For a VLAN (Virtual LAN) MEP, the port must be a VLAN member.
Level The MEG level of this MEP.
Flow Instance The MEP is related to this flow (see Domain). This is not relevant and not shown in case of Port MEP.
Tagged VID

Port MEP: An outer C/S-tag (depending on VLAN Port Type) is added with this VID. Entering '0' means no TAG added.

EVC MEP: This is not used.

VLAN MEP: This is not used.

EVC MIP: On Serval, this is the Subscriber VID that identify the subscriber flow in this EVC where the MIP is active.

This MAC The MAC of this MEP. Can be used by other MEPs when unicast is selected (Info only).
Alarm There is an active alarm on the MEP.
Buttons
../_Common/../Graphics/add_new_mep.png Add a new MEP entry.
../_Common/../Graphics/save_new.png Save changes.
../_Common/../Graphics/reset_new.png Undo any changes and revert to previously saved values.
../_Common/../Graphics/refresh.png Refresh the page immediately. Any non-committed changes will be lost.