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1 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL

2 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL #AvayaATF Demystifying Fabrics When, Where and Why… Paul Unbehagen Chief Architect Avaya

3 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL It’s On! A friendly competition among presenters win Easy to remember Too forgettable Tweet this session with #AvayaATF and #SDN You could win a iPad Mini… If you don’t have a twitter account… Get one, you can delete after the show Help me WIN by coming to my other sessions (and Tweeting!) Demystifying Fabrics (#Fabrics) Deployment Option for Avaya VENA DToR (#dToR) 3

4 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL The (Data Center) Network Fabric..? 4

5 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL The Agile Network..! 5

6 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL 6 Not all Fabrics are the same Replace Spanning Tree Protocol OSPFPIMMPLSBGPLDP OSPFPIMMPLSBGPLDP ??

7 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Which Fabric Technology is the Answer..? 7 Avaya VENA Fabric Connect Avaya Extensions IEEE SPB – Multi-Vendor Aspirational functionality Aspirational functionality But it requires: But it requires: BGP BGP LDP LDP RSVP-TE RSVP-TE Draft-Rosen Draft-Rosen VPLS VPLS Baseline redundancy Baseline redundancy Root Bridge – dependent Root Bridge – dependent Not shortest path Not shortest path STP IETF TRILL Cisco FabricPath Brocade VCS Juniper QFabric IETF MPLS L2 Loop-free Topology L2 Multi-Pathing L2 Single-Site Virtualization L2 Multi-Site Virtualization L3 Unicast Virtualization L3 Multicast Virtualization Application Awareness Root Bridge – dependent Root Bridge – dependent Large flooding domain Large flooding domain VLAN-based virtualization VLAN-based virtualization Single logical Switch / fault domain Single logical Switch / fault domain 100m distance limitation 100m distance limitation VLAN-based virtualization VLAN-based virtualization Abstraction Service-based virtualization Orchestration-ready Layer 3 Awareness Unicast & Multicast support Application-driven extensibility That all depends on how you qualify the question…

8 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL L2 loopfree Topology L2 loopfree Topology Spanning Tree 802.1Q L2 Multipathing L2 Multipathing TRILL/FabricPath L 2 Virtualization L 2 Virtualization Vlan based SPB IEEE Service based L 3 Virtualization L 3 Virtualization SPB IETF (draft Unbehagen) Unicast Multicast Other virtualization: MPLS/BGP/LDP/RSVP-TE/Draft-Rosen/VPLS - IPv6 Virtualization - Application based Virtualization - … - IPv6 Virtualization - Application based Virtualization - … Single DC Single DC Multiple/ hosted DC Multiple/ hosted DC Root Bridge Dependency Dependency Large Flooding Domain Root Bridge Dependency Dependency Not shortest path Technology Compared 8

9 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Forwarding Comparison Outer-Eth Z | B Rbridge A TRILL Nickname TA Router B Router C Router D Rbridge E TRILL Nickname TE Host X Host Y MAC Z MAC B MAC C MAC D MAC N MAC F MAC H MAC I TRILL N | F Host X Host Y SPB A SPB B SPB C SPB D SPB E A | E Eth Route Lookup TRILL SPB EthMPLS C | D H | I Payload TA | TE X | Y X Y Inner-Eth Outer-EthTRILL Payload TA | TE X | Y Inner-Eth Outer-EthTRILL Payload TA | TE X | Y Inner-Eth Outer-EthTRILL Payload TA | TE X | Y Inner-Eth X Y X | Y FCS FCS’ FCS’’ FCS’’’ FCS SPB is much simpler, lower cost, OAM-transparent solution Outer Layer 2 header is replaced at each hop with an appropriate Layer 2 header for the next hop and a hop count is decreased 9

10 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Loop Handling… TTL allow loop and discard it after value reach 0 –Give up on the problem, dimensioning the crater.. SPB’s RPFC (Reverse Path Forwarding Check) does not allow loops –Prevents Loops before they begin Ingress SPB Forwarding Database 2/11 MAC-A 2/12 MAC-B MAC-A 2/11 2/12 MAC-B MAC-A 2/11 2/12 MAC-B TTL SPB TRILL & FabricPath 10

11 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Provisioning New Services..? 11 Causes: Based on VLANs Touch-points everywhere..? Impact: Error prone Slows time-to-service Constrains agility Virtualization unfriendly..?

12 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Subnets Spanning Data Centers..? 12

13 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Migrating Applications & Virtual Machines..? 13

14 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Start With Carrier-Grade Foundations Instantaneous Recovery Instantaneous Recovery 14

15 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Encompass Data Center, Campus Core & Edge End-to-End 15

16 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Need To Add New Services..? Edge-Only Provisioning Edge-Only Provisioning 16

17 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Need To Add Multicast..? Sender Receiver Multicast- for-Free Multicast- for-Free 17

18 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Need To Add Greater Separation..? Integrated Routing & VRF Integrated Routing & VRF 18

19 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Need To Add More Capacity..? Real-Time Maintenance Real-Time Maintenance 19

20 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL SPB’s Forwarding Model Multicast traffic originates at Edge-1. One multicast packet sent to Core-1. Replication done at optimal point based on shortest path algorithm Edge-1 Edge-2 Edge-4 Core-2 Core-1 Edge-5 Edge-6 Edge-8 Edge-9 Common VLAN service Packets only traverse SPF links, no out of order packets, only nodes that are a member of the same service receive packets Edge-3 Unicast and Multicast always follow the same path No intervention needed, no root bridges, just turn it on VLAN evolves into a Service with simple end point provisioning All traffic is forwarded in the most optimal path based on SPF calculations 20

21 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Multicast traffic originates at Edge-1. One multicast packet sent to a root bridge. Replication NOT done at optimal point, but to the SPF to the root bridge Edge-1 Edge-2 Core-2Core-1 Common VLAN service TRILL’s Forwarding Model Problem unicast and multicast can take different paths Root Bridge Edge-3 Edge-4 Edge-5 Edge-6 Edge-8 Edge-9 Unicast can take a different path, risking reordering packets In Trill model, unicast and multicast take different paths 21

22 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Multicast traffic originates at Edge-1. One multicast packet sent to Core-1. Packets sent to non-service participating nodes, just to be dropped Edge-1 Edge-2 Core-2Core-1 Common VLAN service TRILL’s Forwarding Model Problem the solution is worse then the original problem… Make every edge a ROOT Bridge! Root Bridge Edge-3 Edge-4 Edge-5 Edge-6 Edge-8 Edge-9 To get best multicast model they have to make every edge a root bridge Lots of manual config of where root bridges exist Causing every edge to receive a packet whether it has a service or not 22

23 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Avaya’s Approach 23

24 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Game-Changing Functionality 24 Three pillars of value to Fabric Connect Fast Flexible Secure Provision at the “edge” One Configuration Command Optimized Link State Protocol Fast to Converge, heal,& add, delete, move services Extend services anywhere seamlessly True service virtualization with ease L2, L3, Multicast, VRFs… As much service isolation as needed Carrier type virtualization, zero complexity Network Invisibility to users

25 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Distributed Top-of-Rack North-South/Core- ToR Interconnects Fabric Connect Core Distributed Data Center VSP 9000 ERS 8800 VSP 7000 SDSN An Innovative Approach to a Growing Problem VSP

26 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Flexible Network Services Mapping of a Layer 2 VLAN into a Virtual Service Network delivering seamless Layer 2 extensions Layer 2 Virtual Service Network Mapping of a Layer 3 VRF into a Virtual Service Network delivering seamless Layer 3 extensions Layer 3 Virtual Service Network Native IP routing across the Virtual Service Fabric without the need for Virtual Service Networks or any additional IGP IP Shortcuts Enhancing 802.1aq by offering a policy-based Layer 3 internetworking capability of multiple Virtual Service Networks Inter-VSN Routing Trill and FabricPath can only do L2 SPB enables all service types 26

27 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Technology Evolution 27 Completely unique solution to the real DC problem 3-D design Optimized for actual traffic flow True, extensible virtualization for Networking, Compute, and Storage Fabric Connect

28 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Service Oriented Networking The Benefit of SPB Network Service Layer is independent from infrastructure provider SONET, SDH, Ethernet, etc… Layer 3 Virtualized Multicast Service Layer 3 Virtualized Unicast Service Layer 3 Multicast Service Layer 3 Unicast Service Layer 2 (E-LAN) Virtualized Service Infras- tructure Layer RFC 6329 IS-IS / 802.1aq (SPBm) 802.1ah (MACinMAC) (2-16 BVLANs) Forwarding Plane Control Plane Physical Infrastructure Dark Fiber CWDM/ DWDM E-LINE/VPWS (PBB - or MPLS based) E-LAN/VPLS (two end-points) Connectivity Layer Network Service Layer SPB Layer Customer Service Layer “ACME“ Multiple Service Providers VXLAN Service E-Line Service E-Tree Service ADN/SDN Service 28

29 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Integrated Multicast value 29 Key Characteristics: Standard IGMP at the Access Autonomic within the Fabric No need for PIM or DVMRP complexity L2 or L3 Virtual Services Networks Use Cases: IP Video Surveillance IPTV VMware VXLAN integration Availability: ERS 8800 both Edge & Core VSP 9000 Core; Edge to be added in 3.4 ISIS Join IGMP Join IGMP Join IPMC Receiver Join IGMP Receiver Multicast Sender Group Powerful Integrated IP Multicast support for an alternative to PIM

30 ©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL©2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reservedFebruary 26-28, 2013 | Orlando, FL Summary Standards SPB: IEEE 802.1aq Shortest Path Bridging 802.1aq supports two modes, SPB VID (SPBV) and SPB MAC (SPBM) where the ERS 8600/8800 supports SPBM SPBV uses Q-in-Q IEEE 802.1ad encapsulation SPBM uses mac-in-mac IEEE 802.1ah (Supported by Avaya and others) IEEE protocols that have already been deployed in carriers and enterprises around the world FabricPath No standards, completely proprietary from Cisco TRILL TRILL is a IETF standard reinventing IEEE protocols that have already been deployed in carriers and enterprises around the world KEY NOTES SPB has successfully demonstrated multi-vendor interoperability FabricPath is totally proprietary – how does a Cisco customer migrate to TRILL? With TRILL, no two vendors implementation is the same; no multi-vendor interoperability!! 30

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