Telecommunications and exchange between information technology systems — Requirements for local and metropolitan area networks — Part 1Q: Bridges and bridged networks — Amendment 3: Virtual station interface (VSI) discovery and configuration protocol (VDP) extension to support network virtualization overlays over layer 3 (NVO3)

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8802-1Q
Second edition
2020-08
AMENDMENT 3
2021-09
Telecommunications and exchange
between information technology
systems — Requirements for local and
metropolitan area networks —
Part 1Q:
Bridges and bridged networks
AMENDMENT 3: Virtual station interface
(VSI) discovery and configuration
protocol (VDP) extension to support
network virtualization overlays over
layer 3 (NVO3)
Télécommunications et échange entre systèmes informatiques —
Exigences pour les réseaux locaux et métropolitains —
Partie 1Q: Ponts et réseaux pontés
AMENDEMENT 3
Reference number
ISO/IEC/IEEE 8802-1Q:2020/Amd.3:2021(E)
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IEEE Standard for 
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Amendment 32: 
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Abstract: Extensions to the Virtual Station Interface (VSI) Discovery and Configuration Protocol

(VDP) to support using the protocol between an end station and a device doing encapsulation/

decapsulation for Network Virtualization Overlays Over Layer 3 (NVO3) are specified in this

amendment to IEEE Std 802.1Q-2018. The extensions include adding format types [e.g., Internet

Protocol (IP) addresses] and enhancing indication of migration events.
Keywords: amendment, IEEE 802.1Q™, IEEE 802.1Qcy™, NVO3, VDP extension, VDP IP
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Glenn Parsons, Chair
John Messenger, Vice Chair
János Farkas, Chair, Time Sensitive Networking Task Group
Yizhou Li, Editor
Paul Bottorff, Editor
Ralf Assmann Mark Hantel Maximilian Riegel
Shenghua Bao Marc Holness Jessy Rouyer
Jens Bierschenk Satoko Itaya Atsushi Sato
Steinar Bjornstad Lokesh Kabra Frank Schewe
Christian Boiger Michael Karl Michael Seaman
Stephan Kehrer
Radhakrishna Canchi Johannes Specht
David Chen Hajime Koto
Patricia Thaler
Feng Chen Christophe Mangin Paul Unbehagen
Weiying Cheng Scott Mansfield Xinyuan Wang
Paul Congdon Kenichi Maruhashi Tongtong Wang
Rodney Cummings James McIntosh Hao Wang
Hesham Elbakoury Tero Mustala Karl Weber
Tomoki Ohsawa
Norman Finn Brian Weis
Geoffrey Garner Hiroshi Ohue Ludwig Winkel
Eric Gray Donald R. Pannell Jordon Woods
Craig Gunther Walter Pienciak Takahiro Yamaura
Marina Gutierrez Michael Potts Xiang Yu
Stephen Haddock Wei Qiu Nader Zein
Karen Randall

The following members of the individual balloting committee voted on this amendment. Balloters may have

voted for approval, disapproval, or abstention.
Thomas Alexander Noriyuki Ikeuchi Bansi Patel
Butch Anton Atsushi Ito Clinton Powell
Stefan Aust Raj Jain Adee Ran
Harry Bims Sangkwon Jeong Alon Regev
Paul Bottorff Piotr Karocki Maximilian Riegel
Nancy Bravin Stuart Kerry Robert Robinson
Demetrio Bucaneg Yongbum Kim Jessy Rouyer
William Byrd Hyeong Ho Lee Manikantan Srinivasan
Xin Chang Li Li Thomas Starai
De Chen Xiuyan Li Walter Struppler
Keith Chow Xiaohui Liu Patricia Thaler
Marc Emmelmann Michael Lynch Mark-Rene Uchida
Elvis Maculuba
János Farkas Dmitri Varsanofiev
Yukihiro Fujimoto Roger Marks George Vlantis
Eric W. Gray John Messenger Khurram Waheed
Randall Groves Nick S. A. Nikjoo Hung-Yu Wei
Marco Hernandez Satoshi Obara Andreas Wolf
Werner Hoelzl Robert O’Hara Oren Yuen
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Ted Burse, Vice Chair
Jean-Philippe Faure, Past Chair
Konstantinos Karachalios, Secretary
Masayuki Ariyoshi David J. Law Annette D. Reilly
Stephen D. Dukes Joseph Levy Dorothy Stanley
J. Travis Griffith Howard Li Sha Wei
Guido Hiertz Xiaohui Liu Phil Wennblom
Christel Hunter Kevin Lu Philip Winston
Howard Wolfman
Joseph L. Koepfinger* Daleep Mohla
Feng Wu
Thomas Koshy Andrew Myles
Jingyi Zhou
John D. Kulick
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Introduction

This introduction is not part of IEEE Std 802.1Qcy-2019, IEEE Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks—

Bridges and Bridged Networks—Amendment 32: Virtual Station Interface (VSI) Discovery and Configuration Protocol

(VDP) Extension to Support Network Virtualization Overlays over Layer 3 (NVO3).

This amendment to IEEE Std 802.1Q-2018 provides extensions to the Virtual Station Interface (VSI)

Discovery and Configuration Protocol (VDP) to support using the protocol between an end station and a

device doing encapsulation/decapsulation for Network Virtualization Overlays Over Layer 3 (NVO3). The

extensions include adding format types [e.g., Internet Protocol (IP) addresses] and enhancing indication of

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Contents

1.Overview..................................................................................................................................................... 12

1.3 Introduction............................................................................................................................ 12

2.Normative references.................................................................................................................................. 13

3.Definitions .................................................................................................................................................. 14

4.Abbreviations.............................................................................................................................................. 15

5.Conformance............................................................................................................................................... 16

5.2 Conformant components and equipment ............................................................................... 16

5.31 VDP-NVO3 requirements......................................................................................................16

5.31.1 VDP-NVO3 nNVE requirements ............................................................................. 16

5.31.2 VDP-NVO3 tNVE requirements .............................................................................. 17

12.Bridge management .................................................................................................................................. 18

12.3 Data types .............................................................................................................................. 18

12.26 Edge Virtual Bridging (EVB) management........................................................................... 19

12.26.3VSI table entry .......................................................................................................... 19

40.Edge Virtual Bridging (EVB) ................................................................................................................... 21

40.4 EVB status parameters........................................................................................................... 21

40.4.4 EVBMode = NVO3 .................................................................................................. 21

40.5 EVB Status Parameter for NVO3 Mode Support .................................................................. 21

40.5.1 NVERole = nNVE .................................................................................................... 21

40.5.2 NVERole = tNVE ..................................................................................................... 22

41.VSI Discovery and Configuration Protocol (VDP) .................................................................................. 23

41.2 VDP association TLV definitions.......................................................................................... 23

41.2.3 Status ......................................................................................................................... 23

41.2.9 Filter Info field .......................................................................................................... 25

41.2.10VDP TLV type and Sstatus semantics ...................................................................... 28

Annex A (normative) PICS proforma—Bridge implementations ................................................................. 29

A.5 Major capabilities .................................................................................................................. 29

A.51 VDP for NVO3 nNVE Devices ............................................................................................. 29

A.52 VDP for NVO3 tNVE Devices.............................................................................................. 30

Annex D (normative) IEEE 802.1 Organizationally Specific TLVs ............................................................. 32

D.2 Organizationally Specific TLV definitions............................................................................ 32

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Figures

Figure 41-7 GroupID/VID/IPv4 filter format...................................................................................... 26

Figure 41-8 GroupID/MAC/VID/IPv4 filter format............................................................................ 27

Figure 41-9 GroupID/VID/IPv6 filter format...................................................................................... 27

Figure 41-10 GroupID/MAC/VID/IPv6 filter format............................................................................ 28

Figure D-12 EVB TLV format ............................................................................................................. 32

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Tables

Table 12-25 VSI table entry ...................................................................................................................... 19

Table 12-26 VSI MAC/VLAN table entry................................................................................................ 20

Table 41-2 Flag values in VDP requests................................................................................................. 24

Table 41-3 Error types in VDP responses............................................................................................... 24

Table 41-4 Flag values in VDP responses .............................................................................................. 25

Table 41-6 Filter Info format values ....................................................................................................... 25

Table D-9 RRSAT flag values and meanings ........................................................................................ 35

Table D-10 EVB Mode values................................................................................................................. 36

Table D-11 NVE Role values .................................................................................................................. 36

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IEEE Standard for 
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Bridges and Bridged Networks
Amendment 32: 
Virtual Station Interface (VSI) Discovery and
Configuration Protocol (VDP) Extension to
Support Network Virtualization Overlays 
Over Layer 3 (NVO3)

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IEEE Std 802.1Qcy™-2019
(Amendment to IEEE Std 802.1Q™-2018
as amended by IEEE Std 802.1Qcp™-2018
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IEEE Standard for 
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Amendment 32: 
Virtual Station Interface (VSI) Discovery and
Configuration Protocol (VDP) Extension to
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Abstract: Extensions to the Virtual Station Interface (VSI) Discovery and Configuration Protocol

(VDP) to support using the protocol between an end station and a device doing encapsulation/

decapsulation for Network Virtualization Overlays Over Layer 3 (NVO3) are specified in this

amendment to IEEE Std 802.1Q-2018. The extensions include adding format types [e.g., Internet

Protocol (IP) addresses] and enhancing indication of migration events.
Keywords: amendment, IEEE 802.1Q™, IEEE 802.1Qcy™, NVO3, VDP extension, VDP IP
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Participants

At the time this amendment was submitted to the IEEE-SA Standards Board for approval, the IEEE 802.1

Working Group had the following membership:
Glenn Parsons, Chair
John Messenger, Vice Chair
János Farkas, Chair, Time Sensitive Networking Task Group
Yizhou Li, Editor
Paul Bottorff, Editor
Ralf Assmann Mark Hantel Maximilian Riegel
Shenghua Bao Marc Holness Jessy Rouyer
Jens Bierschenk Satoko Itaya Atsushi Sato
Steinar Bjornstad Lokesh Kabra Frank Schewe
Christian Boiger Michael Karl Michael Seaman
Stephan Kehrer
Radhakrishna Canchi Johannes Specht
David Chen Hajime Koto
Patricia Thaler
Feng Chen Christophe Mangin Paul Unbehagen
Weiying Cheng Scott Mansfield Xinyuan Wang
Paul Congdon Kenichi Maruhashi Tongtong Wang
Rodney Cummings James McIntosh Hao Wang
Hesham Elbakoury Tero Mustala Karl Weber
Tomoki Ohsawa
Norman Finn Brian Weis
Geoffrey Garner Hiroshi Ohue Ludwig Winkel
Eric Gray Donald R. Pannell Jordon Woods
Craig Gunther Walter Pienciak Takahiro Yamaura
Marina Gutierrez Michael Potts Xiang Yu
Stephen Haddock Wei Qiu Nader Zein
Karen Randall

The following members of the individual balloting committee voted on this amendment. Balloters may have

voted for approval, disapproval, or abstention.
Thomas Alexander Noriyuki Ikeuchi Bansi Patel
Butch Anton Atsushi Ito Clinton Powell
Stefan Aust Raj Jain Adee Ran
Harry Bims Sangkwon Jeong Alon Regev
Paul Bottorff Piotr Karocki Maximilian Riegel
Nancy Bravin Stuart Kerry Robert Robinson
Demetrio Bucaneg Yongbum Kim Jessy Rouyer
William Byrd Hyeong Ho Lee Manikantan Srinivasan
Xin Chang Li Li Thomas Starai
De Chen Xiuyan Li Walter Struppler
Keith Chow Xiaohui Liu Patricia Thaler
Marc Emmelmann Michael Lynch Mark-Rene Uchida
Elvis Maculuba
János Farkas Dmitri Varsanofiev
Yukihiro Fujimoto Roger Marks George Vlantis
Eric W. Gray John Messenger Khurram Waheed
Randall Groves Nick S. A. Nikjoo Hung-Yu Wei
Marco Hernandez Satoshi Obara Andreas Wolf
Werner Hoelzl Robert O’Hara Oren Yuen
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When the IEEE-SA Standards Board approved this amendment on 21 March 2019, it had the following

membership:
Gary Hoffman, Chair
Ted Burse, Vice Chair
Jean-Philippe Faure, Past Chair
Konstantinos Karachalios, Secretary
Masayuki Ariyoshi David J. Law Annette D. Reilly
Stephen D. Dukes Joseph Levy Dorothy Stanley
J. Travis Griffith Howard Li Sha Wei
Guido Hiertz Xiaohui Liu Phil Wennblom
Christel Hunter Kevin Lu Philip Winston
Howard Wolfman
Joseph L. Koepfinger* Daleep Mohla
Feng Wu
Thomas Koshy Andrew Myles
Jingyi Zhou
John D. Kulick
*Member Emeritus
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Introduction

This introduction is not part of IEEE Std 802.1Qcy-2019, IEEE Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks—

Bridges and Bridged Networks—Amendment 32: Virtual Station Interface (VSI) Discovery and Configuration Protocol

(VDP) Extension to Support Network Virtualization Overlays over Layer 3 (NVO3).

This amendment to IEEE Std 802.1Q-2018 provides extensions to the Virtual Station Interface (VSI)

Discovery and Configuration Protocol (VDP) to support using the protocol between an end station and a

device doing encapsulation/decapsulation for Network Virtualization Overlays Over Layer 3 (NVO3). The

extensions include adding format types [e.g., Internet Protocol (IP) addresses] and enhancing indication of

migration events.

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Contents

1.Overview..................................................................................................................................................... 12

1.3 Introduction............................................................................................................................ 12

2.Normative references.................................................................................................................................. 13

3.Definitions .................................................................................................................................................. 14

4.Abbreviations.............................................................................................................................................. 15

5.Conformance............................................................................................................................................... 16

5.2 Conformant components and equipment ............................................................................... 16

5.31 VDP-NVO3 requirements......................................................................................................16

5.31.1 VDP-NVO3 nNVE requirements ............................................................................. 16

5.31.2 VDP-NVO3 tNVE requirements .............................................................................. 17

12.Bridge management .................................................................................................................................. 18

12.3 Data types .............................................................................................................................. 18

12.26 Edge Virtual Bridging (EVB) management........................................................................... 19

12.26.3VSI table entry .......................................................................................................... 19

40.Edge Virtual Bridging (EVB) ................................................................................................................... 21

40.4 EVB status parameters........................................................................................................... 21

40.4.4 EVBMode = NVO3 .................................................................................................. 21

40.5 EVB Status Parameter for NVO3 Mode Support .................................................................. 21

40.5.1 NVERole = nNVE .................................................................................................... 21

40.5.2 NVERole = tNVE ..................................................................................................... 22

41.VSI Discovery and Configuration Protocol (VDP) .................................................................................. 23

41.2 VDP association TLV definitions.......................................................................................... 23

41.2.3 Status ......................................................................................................................... 23

41.2.9 Filter Info field .......................................................................................................... 25

41.2.10VDP TLV type and Sstatus semantics ...................................................................... 28

Annex A (normative) PICS proforma—Bridge implementations ................................................................. 29

A.5 Major capabilities .................................................................................................................. 29

A.51 VDP for NVO3 nNVE Devices ............................................................................................. 29

A.52 VDP for NVO3 tNVE Devices.............................................................................................. 30

Annex D (normative) IEEE 802.1 Organizationally Specific TLVs ............................................................. 32

D.2 Organizationally Specific TLV definitions............................................................................ 32

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Figures

Figure 41-7 GroupID/VID/IPv4 filter format...................................................................................... 26

Figure 41-8 GroupID/MAC/VID/IPv4 filter format............................................................................ 27

Figure 41-9 GroupID/VID/IPv6 filter format...................................................................................... 27

Figure 41-10 GroupID/MAC/VID/IPv6 filter format............................................................................ 28

Figure D-12 EVB TLV format ............................................................................................................. 32

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Tables

Table 12-25 VSI table entry ...................................................................................................................... 19

Table 12-26 VSI MAC/VLAN table entry................................................................................................ 20

Table 41-2 Flag values in VDP requests................................................................................................. 24

Table 41-3 Error types in VDP responses............................................................................................... 24

Table 41-4 Flag values in VDP responses .............................................................................................. 25

Table 41-6 Filter Info format values ....................................................................................................... 25

Table D-9 RRSAT flag values and meanings ........................................................................................ 35

Table D-10 EVB Mode values................................................................................................................. 36

Table D-11 NVE Role values .................................................................................................................. 36

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IEEE Standard for 
Local and Metropolitan Area Networks—
Bridges and Bridged Networks
Amendment 32: 
Virtual Station Interface (VSI) Discovery and
Configuration Protocol (VDP) Extension to
Support Network Virtualization Overlays 
Over Layer 3 (NVO3)

(This amendment is based on IEEE Std 802.1Q™-2018, as amended by IEEE Std 802.1Qcp™-2018 and

IEEE Std 802.1Qcc™-2018.)
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