Telecommunications and exchange between information technology systems — Requirements for local and metropolitan area networks — Part 3-2: Standard for Ethernet YANG data model definitions

This document defines YANG data models for IEEE Std 802.3 Ethernet.

Télécommunications et échange entre systèmes de technologies de l'information — Exigences relatives aux réseaux locaux et métropolitains — Partie 3-2: Norme pour les définitions des modèles de données YANG Ethernet

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INTERNATIONAL ISO/IEC/
STANDARD IEEE
8802-3-2
First edition
2021-11
Telecommunications and exchange
between information technology
systems — Requirements for local and
metropolitan area networks —
Part 3-2:
Standard for Ethernet YANG data
model definitions
Télécommunications et échange entre systèmes de technologies
de l'information — Exigences relatives aux réseaux locaux et
métropolitains —
Partie 3-2: Norme pour les définitions des modèles de données YANG
Ethernet
Reference number
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Abstract: YANG models for IEEE Std 802.3 are defined in this standard. This standard also

publishes these models in a machine-readable format.
Keywords: 802.3, 802.3.2, Ethernet, YANG
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David J. Law, IEEE 802.3 Working Group Chair
Adam Healey, IEEE 802.3 Working Group Vice-Chair
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Valerie Maguire, IEEE 802.3 Working Group Treasurer
Yan Zhuang, IEEE P802.3.2 (IEEE 802.3cf)YANG Data Model Definitions
Task Force Chair
Marek Hajduczenia, IEEE P802.3.2 (IEEE 802.3cf) YANG Data Model Definitions
Task Force Editor-in-Chief
Estes David
David Abramson Kimber Mark
John Ewen
Dale Amason Klaus Andrew
Ramin Farjad Michael Klempa
Ali Angha
Eric Baden Shahar Feldman Curtis Knittle
Amrik Bains Alan Flatman Elizabeth Kochuparambil
Paul Kolesar
Thananya Baldwin Brian Franchuk
Hans Lackner
Denis Beaudoin Matthias Fritsche
Jeffrey Lapak
Piergiorgio Beruto Richard Frosch
Mark Laubach
Mark Bohm Mike Gardner
Greg Le Cheminant
Brad Booth Ali Ghiasi
Han Hyub Lee
Martin Bouda Joel Goergen
Hanan Leizerovich
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Ralf-Peter Braun Jens Gottron
Jon Lewis
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Mike Peng Li
Paul Brooks Olaf Grau
Jane Lim
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Alex Lin
Phillip Brownlee Yong Guo
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Dekun Liu
Jairo Bustos Heredia Tomohiro Hashimoto
Hai-Feng Liu
Adrian Butter Akinori Hayakawa
Zhenyu Liu
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Craig Chabot David Hess
Kent Lusted
Mandeep Chadha Yasuo Hidaka
Zahy Madgar
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Jeffery Maki
Frank Chang Rita Horner
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Xin Chang Bernd Horrmeyer
Arthur Marris
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Takeo Masuda
Weiying Cheng Yasuhiro Hyakutake
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Larry McMillan
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Richard Mei
Chris Diminico Peter Jones
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Upen Kareti
Phil Miguelez
Frank Effenberger
Yasuaki Kawatsu
Harald Mueller
Eitel Cornelia Yong Kim
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Henry Muyshondt Laura Schweitz Alexander Umnov
Edward Nakamoto Masood Shariff Sterling A. Vaden
Gary Nicholl Ramin Shirani Paul Vanderlaan
Kevin Noll Mizuki Shirao
Dylan Walker
Ronald Nordin Kapil Shrikhande Edward Walter
Mark Nowell Jeff Slavick Haifei Wang
David Ofelt Daniel Smith Roy Wang
Tom Palkert Scott Sommers Tongtong Wang
Sujan Pandey Bryan Sparrowhawk Xinyuan Wang
Earl Parsons Edward Sprague Christoph Wechsler
Harsh Patel Atul Srivastava Brian Welch
Arkadiy Peker Peter Stassar Matthias Wendt
Wanquan Peng Heath Stewart Oded Wertheim
Gerald Pepper David Stover Natalie Wienckowski
Michael Peters
Junqing Sun Ludwig Winkel
Phong Pham Steve Swanson Peter Wu
Jean Picard Andre Szczepanek Markus Wucher
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Rick Pimpinella Tomoo Takahara Yu Xu
William Powell Kohichi Tamura Adrian Young
Rick Rabinovich Lennart Yseboodt
Ronald Tellas
Adee Ran Geoffrey O. Thompson Andrew Zambell
Alon Regev Pirooz Tooyserkani Conrad Zerna
Duane Remein Nathan Tracy Huanlin Zhang
Michael Ressl Matthew Traverso Qiwen Zhong
Salvatore Rotolo
David Tremblay Martin Zielinski
Sam Sambasivan George Zimmerman
Stephen Trowbridge
Edward Sayre Ed Ulrichs Helge Zinner
Fred Schindler Daisuke Umeda Pavel Zivny

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

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Andrea Agnes
Richard Alfvin Raj Jain
Robert Robinson
Niranth Amogh SangKwon Jeong
Benjamin Rolfe
Peter Anslow Stuart Kerry
Daniel Smith
Butch Anton Yongbum Kim
Thomas Starai
Ralf-Peter Braun Patrick Kinney
Peter Stassar
Nancy Bravin Mark Laubach
Walter Struppler
Theodore Brillhart David J. Law
Ganesh Subramanian
Matthew Brown Hyeong Ho Lee
Mitsutoshi Sugawara
Demetrio Bucaneg Jon Lewis
Kohichi Tamura
Jairo Bustos Heredia Elvis Maculuba
David Tremblay
Valerie Maguire
William Byrd
Stephen Trowbridge
Jeffery Maki
Steven Carlson
Keith Chow Vinayagam Mariappan Mark-Rene Uchida
Rodney Cummings Roger Marks
Alexander Umnov
Andrew Fieldsend Arthur Marris
Dmitri Varsanofiev
Avraham Freedman Michael Maytum
George Vlantis
Matthias Fritsche Brett Mcclellan
Khurram Waheed
Yukihiro Fujimoto Thomas Mcdermott
Karl Weber
Eric W. Gray Richard Mellitz
Hung-Yu Wei
Randall Groves Nick S.A. Nikjoo
Scott Willy
Robert M. Grow Satoshi Obara
Adrian Young
Marek Hajduczenia Bansi Patel
James Young
Adam Healey Rick Pimpinella
Oren Yuen
William Powell
Marco Hernandez
Zhen Zhou
R. K. Rannow
Werner Hoelzl
Noriyuki Ikeuchi Alon Regev Yan Zhuang
Sergiu Iordanescu Duane Remein Pavel Zivny
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When the IEEE-SA Standards Board approved this standard 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 John D. Kulick Dorothy Stanley
Stephen D. Dukes David J. Law
Sha Wei
J. Travis Griffith Joseph Levy
Phil Wennblom
Guido Hiertz Howard Li
Philip Winston
Christel Hunter Xiaohui Liu
Howard Wolfman
Thomas Koshy Kevin Lu
Feng Wu
Daleep Mohla
Joseph L. Koepfinger*
Jingyi Zhou
Andrew Myles
Thomas Koshy
Annette D. Reilly
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Introduction

This introduction is not part of IEEE Std 802.3.2-2019, IEEE Standard for Ethernet YANG Data Model Definitions.

The YANG modules included in this standard provide YANG versions of attributes defined i n

IEEE Std 802.3 -2018, Clause 30, as well as derivative attributes defined in other management informa-

tion bases (e.g., SNMP attributes included in IEEE Std 802.3.1, YANG versions of IETF Etherlike MIB

attributes, etc.). The YANG modules defined in this standard accommodate IEEE Std 802.3-2018, excluding

any currently published or future amendments. As IEEE Std 802.3 continues to evolve, new revisions of this

standard may be published in the future to address new technologies and features.

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Contents

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

1.1 Scope........................................................................................................................................... 12

1.2 Purpose........................................................................................................................................ 12

1.3 Machine-readable YANG modules ............................................................................................ 12

1.4 Summary of YANG-based management framework.................................................................. 12

1.5 Security considerations ............................................................................................................... 13

1.6 YANG module syntax validation ............................................................................................... 13

2. Normative references............................................................................................................................ 14

3. Definitions ............................................................................................................................................ 16

4. Abbreviations........................................................................................................................................ 17

5. Ethernet YANG Module....................................................................................................................... 18

5.1 YANG module structure............................................................................................................. 18

5.2 Mapping of IEEE Std 802.3, Clause 30 managed objects .......................................................... 18

5.3 YANG module definition ........................................................................................................... 23

5.3.1 Tree hierarchy ..................................................................................................................... 23

5.3.2 YANG module.................................................................................................................... 26

5.3.2.1 Ethernet interface module......................................................................................... 26

5.3.2.2 Ethernet interface module (half-duplex)................................................................... 43

6. YANG module for Ethernet data terminal equipment (DTE) power via medium dependent

interface (MDI) and Power over Data Lines (PoDL) ........................................................................... 50

6.1 Introduction................................................................................................................................. 50

6.2 YANG module structure............................................................................................................. 50

6.3 Security considerations for Ethernet data terminal equipment (DTE) power via medium

dependent interface (MDI) and Power over Data Line Module ................................................. 50

6.4 Mapping of IEEE Std 802.3, Clause 30 managed objects .......................................................... 50

6.5 YANG module definition ........................................................................................................... 53

6.5.1 Tree hierarchy ..................................................................................................................... 53

6.5.2 YANG module.................................................................................................................... 54

7. YANG module for Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON)........................................................... 65

7.1 Introduction................................................................................................................................. 65

7.2 YANG module structure............................................................................................................. 65

7.2.1 Introduction......................................................................................................................... 65

7.2.2 Principles of operation ........................................................................................................ 66

7.2.3 Physical media .................................................................................................................... 67

7.2.4 PMD specifications............................................................................................................. 67

7.2.5 Principles of the MPCP....................................................................................................... 67

7.2.6 Forward error correction (FEC).......................................................................................... 69

7.2.7 Management architecture.................................................................................................... 70

7.3 Mapping of IEEE Std 802.3, Clause 30 managed objects .......................................................... 71

7.4 YANG module definition ........................................................................................................... 77

7.4.1 Tree hierarchy ..................................................................................................................... 77

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7.4.2 YANG module.................................................................................................................... 80

8. YANG module for Ethernet Link OAM (ELO) ................................................................................. 123

8.1 Introduction............................................................................................................................... 123

8.2 Overview................................................................................................................................... 123

8.2.1 Remote fault indication..................................................................................................... 123

8.2.2 Link monitoring .............................................................................................

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David J. Law, IEEE 802.3 Working Group Chair
Adam Healey, IEEE 802.3 Working Group Vice-Chair
Pete Anslow, IEEE 802.3 Working Group Secretary
Steven B. Carlson, IEEE 802.3 Working Group Executive Secretary
Valerie Maguire, IEEE 802.3 Working Group Treasurer
Yan Zhuang, IEEE P802.3.2 (IEEE 802.3cf)YANG Data Model Definitions
Task Force Chair
Marek Hajduczenia, IEEE P802.3.2 (IEEE 802.3cf) YANG Data Model Definitions
Task Force Editor-in-Chief
Estes David
David Abramson Kimber Mark
John Ewen
Dale Amason Klaus Andrew
Ramin Farjad Michael Klempa
Ali Angha
Eric Baden Shahar Feldman Curtis Knittle
Amrik Bains Alan Flatman Elizabeth Kochuparambil
Paul Kolesar
Thananya Baldwin Brian Franchuk
Hans Lackner
Denis Beaudoin Matthias Fritsche
Jeffrey Lapak
Piergiorgio Beruto Richard Frosch
Mark Laubach
Mark Bohm Mike Gardner
Greg Le Cheminant
Brad Booth Ali Ghiasi
Han Hyub Lee
Martin Bouda Joel Goergen
Hanan Leizerovich
David Brandt Steven Gorshe
David Lewis
Ralf-Peter Braun Jens Gottron
Jon Lewis
Theodore Brillhart Steffen Graber
Mike Peng Li
Paul Brooks Olaf Grau
Jane Lim
Matthew Brown Robert M. Grow
Alex Lin
Phillip Brownlee Yong Guo
Robert Lingle
Chris Bullock Mark Gustlin
Dekun Liu
Jairo Bustos Heredia Tomohiro Hashimoto
Hai-Feng Liu
Adrian Butter Akinori Hayakawa
Zhenyu Liu
Clark Carty Rajmohan Hegde
Miklos Lukacs
Craig Chabot David Hess
Kent Lusted
Mandeep Chadha Yasuo Hidaka
Zahy Madgar
David Chalupsky David Hoglund
Jeffery Maki
Frank Chang Rita Horner
David Malicoat
Xin Chang Bernd Horrmeyer
Arthur Marris
Chan Chen Xi Huang
Takeo Masuda
Weiying Cheng Yasuhiro Hyakutake
Kirsten Matheus
Golam Choudhury Jonathan Ingham
Erdem Matoglu
Keng Hua Chuang Kazuhiko Ishibe
Mick McCarthy
Keith Conroy Hideki Isono
Brett Mcclellan
John D’Ambrosia Tom Issenhuth
Thomas Mcdermott
Yair Darshan Kenneth Jackson
Larry McMillan
Piers Dawe Andrew Jimenez
Greg McSorley
Fred Dawson John Johnson
Marcel Medina
Eric DiBiaso Chad Jones
Richard Mei
Chris Diminico Peter Jones
Richard Mellitz
Mike Dudek
Upen Kareti
Phil Miguelez
Frank Effenberger
Yasuaki Kawatsu
Harald Mueller
Eitel Cornelia Yong Kim
Ron Muir
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Henry Muyshondt Laura Schweitz Alexander Umnov
Edward Nakamoto Masood Shariff Sterling A. Vaden
Gary Nicholl Ramin Shirani Paul Vanderlaan
Kevin Noll Mizuki Shirao
Dylan Walker
Ronald Nordin Kapil Shrikhande Edward Walter
Mark Nowell Jeff Slavick Haifei Wang
David Ofelt Daniel Smith Roy Wang
Tom Palkert Scott Sommers Tongtong Wang
Sujan Pandey Bryan Sparrowhawk Xinyuan Wang
Earl Parsons Edward Sprague Christoph Wechsler
Harsh Patel Atul Srivastava Brian Welch
Arkadiy Peker Peter Stassar Matthias Wendt
Wanquan Peng Heath Stewart Oded Wertheim
Gerald Pepper David Stover Natalie Wienckowski
Michael Peters
Junqing Sun Ludwig Winkel
Phong Pham Steve Swanson Peter Wu
Jean Picard Andre Szczepanek Markus Wucher
David Piehler Bharat Tailor Dayin Xu
Rick Pimpinella Tomoo Takahara Yu Xu
William Powell Kohichi Tamura Adrian Young
Rick Rabinovich Lennart Yseboodt
Ronald Tellas
Adee Ran Geoffrey O. Thompson Andrew Zambell
Alon Regev Pirooz Tooyserkani Conrad Zerna
Duane Remein Nathan Tracy Huanlin Zhang
Michael Ressl Matthew Traverso Qiwen Zhong
Salvatore Rotolo
David Tremblay Martin Zielinski
Sam Sambasivan George Zimmerman
Stephen Trowbridge
Edward Sayre Ed Ulrichs Helge Zinner
Fred Schindler Daisuke Umeda Pavel Zivny

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Andrea Agnes
Richard Alfvin Raj Jain
Robert Robinson
Niranth Amogh SangKwon Jeong
Benjamin Rolfe
Peter Anslow Stuart Kerry
Daniel Smith
Butch Anton Yongbum Kim
Thomas Starai
Ralf-Peter Braun Patrick Kinney
Peter Stassar
Nancy Bravin Mark Laubach
Walter Struppler
Theodore Brillhart David J. Law
Ganesh Subramanian
Matthew Brown Hyeong Ho Lee
Mitsutoshi Sugawara
Demetrio Bucaneg Jon Lewis
Kohichi Tamura
Jairo Bustos Heredia Elvis Maculuba
David Tremblay
Valerie Maguire
William Byrd
Stephen Trowbridge
Jeffery Maki
Steven Carlson
Keith Chow Vinayagam Mariappan Mark-Rene Uchida
Rodney Cummings Roger Marks
Alexander Umnov
Andrew Fieldsend Arthur Marris
Dmitri Varsanofiev
Avraham Freedman Michael Maytum
George Vlantis
Matthias Fritsche Brett Mcclellan
Khurram Waheed
Yukihiro Fujimoto Thomas Mcdermott
Karl Weber
Eric W. Gray Richard Mellitz
Hung-Yu Wei
Randall Groves Nick S.A. Nikjoo
Scott Willy
Robert M. Grow Satoshi Obara
Adrian Young
Marek Hajduczenia Bansi Patel
James Young
Adam Healey Rick Pimpinella
Oren Yuen
William Powell
Marco Hernandez
Zhen Zhou
R. K. Rannow
Werner Hoelzl
Noriyuki Ikeuchi Alon Regev Yan Zhuang
Sergiu Iordanescu Duane Remein Pavel Zivny
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When the IEEE-SA Standards Board approved this standard 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 John D. Kulick Dorothy Stanley
Stephen D. Dukes David J. Law
Sha Wei
J. Travis Griffith Joseph Levy
Phil Wennblom
Guido Hiertz Howard Li
Philip Winston
Christel Hunter Xiaohui Liu
Howard Wolfman
Thomas Koshy Kevin Lu
Feng Wu
Daleep Mohla
Joseph L. Koepfinger*
Jingyi Zhou
Andrew Myles
Thomas Koshy
Annette D. Reilly
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Introduction

This introduction is not part of IEEE Std 802.3.2-2019, IEEE Standard for Ethernet YANG Data Model Definitions.

The YANG modules included in this standard provide YANG versions of attributes defined i n

IEEE Std 802.3 -2018, Clause 30, as well as derivative attributes defined in other management informa-

tion bases (e.g., SNMP attributes included in IEEE Std 802.3.1, YANG versions of IETF Etherlike MIB

attributes, etc.). The YANG modules defined in this standard accommodate IEEE Std 802.3-2018, excluding

any currently published or future amendments. As IEEE Std 802.3 continues to evolve, new revisions of this

standard may be published in the future to address new technologies and features.

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Contents

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

1.1 Scope........................................................................................................................................... 12

1.2 Purpose........................................................................................................................................ 12

1.3 Machine-readable YANG modules ............................................................................................ 12

1.4 Summary of YANG-based management framework.................................................................. 12

1.5 Security considerations ............................................................................................................... 13

1.6 YANG module syntax validation ............................................................................................... 13

2. Normative references............................................................................................................................ 14

3. Definitions ............................................................................................................................................ 16

4. Abbreviations........................................................................................................................................ 17

5. Ethernet YANG Module....................................................................................................................... 18

5.1 YANG module structure............................................................................................................. 18

5.2 Mapping of IEEE Std 802.3, Clause 30 managed objects .......................................................... 18

5.3 YANG module definition ........................................................................................................... 23

5.3.1 Tree hierarchy ..................................................................................................................... 23

5.3.2 YANG module.................................................................................................................... 26

5.3.2.1 Ethernet interface module......................................................................................... 26

5.3.2.2 Ethernet interface module (half-duplex)................................................................... 43

6. YANG module for Ethernet data terminal equipment (DTE) power via medium dependent

interface (MDI) and Power over Data Lines (PoDL) ........................................................................... 50

6.1 Introduction................................................................................................................................. 50

6.2 YANG module structure............................................................................................................. 50

6.3 Security considerations for Ethernet data terminal equipment (DTE) power via medium

dependent interface (MDI) and Power over Data Line Module ................................................. 50

6.4 Mapping of IEEE Std 802.3, Clause 30 managed objects .......................................................... 50

6.5 YANG module definition ........................................................................................................... 53

6.5.1 Tree hierarchy ..................................................................................................................... 53

6.5.2 YANG module.................................................................................................................... 54

7. YANG module for Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON)........................................................... 65

7.1 Introduction................................................................................................................................. 65

7.2 YANG module structure............................................................................................................. 65

7.2.1 Introduction......................................................................................................................... 65

7.2.2 Principles of operation ........................................................................................................ 66

7.2.3 Physical media .................................................................................................................... 67

7.2.4 PMD specifications............................................................................................................. 67

7.2.5 Principles of the MPCP....................................................................................................... 67

7.2.6 Forward error correction (FEC).......................................................................................... 69

7.2.7 Management architecture.................................................................................................... 70

7.3 Mapping of IEEE Std 802.3, Clause 30 managed objects .......................................................... 71

7.4 YANG module definition ........................................................................................................... 77

7.4.1 Tree hierarchy ..................................................................................................................... 77

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7.4.2 YANG module.................................................................................................................... 80

8. YANG module for Ethernet Link OAM (ELO) ................................................................................. 123

8.1 Introduction............................................................................................................

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