TRILL Fault Management
draft-ietf-trill-oam-fm-08

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TRILL Working group                                  Tissa Senevirathne
Internet Draft                                              Norman Finn
Intended status: Standard Track                             Samer Salam
Updates: 6325                                              Deepak Kumar
                                                                  CISCO

                                                        Donald Eastlake
                                                             Sam Aldrin
                                                              Yizhou Li
                                                                 Huawei

                                                     September 11, 2014
Expires: March 2015

                        TRILL Fault Management
                    draft-ietf-trill-oam-fm-08.txt

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Abstract

   This document specifies TRILL OAM Fault Management. Methods in
   this document follow the IEEE 802.1 CFM (Continuity Fault
   Management) framework and reuse OAM tools where possible.
   Additional messages and TLVs are defined for TRILL specific
   applications or where a different set of information is required
   other than IEEE 802.1 CFM. This document updates RFC 6325.

Table of Contents

   1. Introduction ............................................... 4
   2. Conventions used in this document .......................... 4
   3. General Format of TRILL OAM Packets ........................ 5
      3.1. Identification of TRILL OAM frames .................... 7
      3.2. Use of TRILL OAM Alert Flag ........................... 7
         3.2.1. Handling of TRILL frames with the "A" Flag ....... 8
      3.3. OAM Capability Announcement ........................... 8
      3.4. Identification of the OAM message .................... 10
   4. TRILL OAM Layering vs. IEEE Layering ...................... 10
      4.1. Processing at ISS Layer .............................. 12
         4.1.1. Receive Processing .............................. 12
         4.1.2. Transmit Processing ............................. 12
      4.2. End Station VLAN and Priority Processing ............. 12
         4.2.1. Receive Processing .............................. 12
         4.2.2. Transmit Procession ............................. 12
      4.3. TRILL Encapsulation and De-capsulation Layer ......... 12
         4.3.1. Receive Processing for Unicast packets .......... 12
         4.3.2. Transmit Processing for unicast packets ......... 13
         4.3.3. Receive Processing for Multicast packets ........ 14
         4.3.4. Transmit Processing of Multicast packets ........ 15
      4.4. TRILL OAM Layer Processing ........................... 16
   5. Maintenance Associations (MA) in TRILL .................... 17
   6. MEP Addressing ............................................ 18
      6.1. Use of MIP in TRILL .................................. 21
   7. Continuity Check Message (CCM) ............................ 23

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   8. TRILL OAM Message Channel ................................. 25
      8.1. TRILL OAM Message header ............................. 25
      8.2. TRILL Specific OAM Opcodes ........................... 26
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