Table 35 Customers B and C and Isp Pop Uni Service Attributes

Customers B and C and ISPPOPInternet AccessUNIService Attribute

Parameter Values or Range of Values

Physical medium

Standard Ethernet physical interfaces

Speed

10 Mbps for customers B and C, 100 Mbps for the ISP POP

Mode

Full duplex all sites

MAC layer

IEEE 802.3-2002

Service multiplexing

Yes, only at ISP POP UNI

Bundling

No

All-to-one bundling

No

Ingress and egress bandwidth profile per EVC

Customers B and C

CIR = 1 Mbps, CBS = 100 KB, PIR = 2 Mbps, MBS = 100 KB

ISP POP

ChR r t0 Mbps, CBS = 1 MB, PIR = 100 Mbps, MBS = 1 MB

Layer 2 Cottrol P rotoco I evocesving

DiscagO the following contSo l frames:

t IEEE 802.3x MAC con tro 1

• Link Aggregation Control Protocol fLACP)

• IEEE 802.1x port authentication

• Generic Atrribute Registrati ou Protocol (GARP)

x STP

• Protocols multicast to all bridges in a bridged LAN

UNI service activation time

One hour after equipment is installed

For customers B and C and ISP POP UNI service parameters, because two different P2P EVCs (carrier VLANs 200 and 300) are configured between the customers and the ISP POP, service multipiexing occurt at the ISP UNI con nection where Two EVCs are multiplexed ha t he same ph ysical conne ction. For this Internes access sceno-io, route o are the customer premi ses equipmevt, so it is tnti a^ly that tho customer wIII send a ny L 2 co ntro l-p rorocol pavkets to the camer. In uny casat a ll L2 control-protocol packets are discavded iA any occur.

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