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INTERNATIONAL ISO/IEC/
STANDARD IEEE
8802-1Q
Second edition
2020-08
AMENDMENT 2
2021-09
Telecommunications and exchange
between information technology
systems — Requirements for local and
metropolitan area networks —
Part 1Q:
Bridges and bridged networks
AMENDMENT 2: YANG data model
Télécommunications et échange entre systèmes informatiques —
Exigences pour les réseaux locaux et métropolitains —
Partie 1Q: Ponts et réseaux pontés
AMENDEMENT 2
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Amendment 30: YANG Data Model
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Abstract: A YANG data model in support of configuration and operational status information for a

subset of Bridging capabilities is provided in this amendment to IEEE Std 802.1Q™-2018.

Keywords: Bridged Local Area Networks, IEEE 802 , IEEE 802.1Q™, IEEE 802.1Qcp™, local

area networks (LANs), MAC Bridges, metropolitan area networks, Virtual Bridged Local Area

Networks (virtual LANs), YANG
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Introduction

This introduction is not part of IEEE Std 802.1Qcp-2018, IEEE Standard for Local and metropolitan area networks—

Bridges and Bridged Networks—Amendment 30: YANG Data Model.

This amendment to IEEE Std 802.1Q-2018 specifies a YANG data model that provides configuration and

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Contents

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

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

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

4. Abbreviations .................................................................................................................................... 14

5. Conformance ..................................................................................................................................... 15

5.4 VLAN Bridge component requirements................................................................................ 15

5.13 MAC Bridge component requirements.................................................................................. 15

5.16 TPMR conformance............................................................................................................... 15

8. Principles of Bridge operation .......................................................................................................... 16

8.12 Bridge Management Entity.................................................................................................... 16

8.13 Addressing ............................................................................................................................. 16

12. Bridge management .......................................................................................................................... 17

12.10 Bridge VLAN managed objects............................................................................................. 17

48. YANG Data Model ........................................................................................................................... 18

48.1 YANG Framework................................................................................................................. 18

48.2 Security considerations .......................................................................................................... 19

48.3 IEEE 802.1Q YANG model .................................................................................................. 21

48.4 Structure of the YANG model ............................................................................................... 31

48.5 Relationship to IEEE 802.1Q managed objects..................................................................... 33

48.6 Definition of IEEE 802.1Q YANG modules ......................................................................... 39

Annex A (normative) PICS proforma—Bridge implementations ................................................................ 90

A.5 Major capabilities................................................................................................................... 90

A.48 YANG.................................................................................................................................... 90

Annex U (informative) Bibliography ............................................................................................................ 91

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List of figures

Figure 48-1—General YANG hierarchy ....................................................................................................... 18

Figure 48-2—YANG root hierarchy with IEEE 802.1Q YANG modules.................................................... 19

Figure 48-3—UML YANG interface management model............................................................................ 22

Figure 48-4—Generic IEEE 802.1Q bridge mode ........................................................................................ 23

Figure 48-5—Bridge port model ................................................................................................................... 24

Figure 48-6—TPMR model........................................................................................................................... 25

Figure 48-7—TPMR port model ................................................................................................................... 26

Figure 48-8—Provider Bridge model ............................................................................................................ 28

Figure 48-9—Provider Edge Bridge C-VLAN Interface mode..................................................................... 29

Figure 48-10—Provider Edge Bridge S-VLAN interface model .................................................................. 30

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List of tables

Table 48-1—Structure of the YANG modules .............................................................................................. 31

Table 48-2—Structure of the ieee802-dot1q-bridge module......................................................................... 31

Table 48-3—Structure of the ieee802-dot1q-tpmr module ........................................................................... 32

Table 48-4—Structure of the ieee802-dot1q-vlan-bridge module................................................................. 32

Table 48-5—Structure of the ieee802-dot1q-pb module............................................................................... 32

Table 48-6—Bridge cross-reference table..................................................................................................... 33

Table 48-7—Bridge component cross-reference table .................................................................................. 34

Table 48-8—Bridge component filtering database cross-reference table...................................................... 35

Table 48-9—Bridge component permanent database cross-reference table.................................................. 36

Table 48-10—Bridge component Bridge VLAN cross-reference table ........................................................ 36

Table 48-11—Bridge component Bridge MST cross-reference table ........................................................... 37

Table 48-12—Bridge port cross-reference table............................................................................................ 38

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IEEE Std 802.1Qcp-2018

IEEE Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks—Bridges and Bridged Networks—

Amendment 30: YANG Data Model
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IEEE Std 802.1Qcp™-2018
(Amendment to
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IEEE Standard for
Local and metropolitan area networks—
Bridges and Bridged Networks—
Amendment 30: YANG Data Model
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Abstract: A YANG data model in support of configuration and operational status information for a

subset of Bridging capabilities is provided in this amendment to IEEE Std 802.1Q™-2018.

Keywords: Bridged Local Area Networks, IEEE 802 , IEEE 802.1Q™, IEEE 802.1Qcp™, local

area networks (LANs), MAC Bridges, metropolitan area networks, Virtual Bridged Local Area

Networks (virtual LANs), YANG
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János Farkas, Chair, Time-Sensitive Networking Task Group
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Shenghua Bao Stephen Haddock Jessy V. Rouyer
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Christian Boiger Michael Karl Michael Seaman
Paul Bottorff Stephan Kehrer Johannes Specht
Radhakrishna Canchi Hajime Koto Patricia Thaler
David Chen Christophe Mangin Paul Unbehagen
Feng Chen Scott Mansfield Xinyuan Wang
Weiying Cheng James McIntosh Tongtong Wang
Paul Congdon Tero Mustala Hao Wang
Rodney Cummings Tomoki Ohsawa Karl Weber
Hesham Elbakoury Donald R. Pannell Brian Weis
Norman Finn Walter Pienciak Jordon Woods
Geoffrey Garner Michael Potts Takahiro Yamaura
Eric W. Gray Wei Qiu Xiang Yu
Craig Gunther Karen Randall Nader Zein

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Thomas Alexander Charles Moorwood
Stephen Haddock Nick S. A. Nikjoo
Richard Alfvin
Paul Nikolich
Butch Anton Mark Hantel
Satoshi Obara
Stefan Aust Marco Hernandez
Bansi Patel
Gordon Bechtel Werner Hoelzl
Alon Regev
David Black Noriyuki Ikeuchi
Maximilian Riegel
Christian Boiger Atsushi Ito
Robert Robinson
Nancy Bravin Raj Jain
Benjamin Rolfe
Dietmar Bruckner SangKwon Jeong
Jessy V. Rouyer
Demetrio Bucaneg, Jr. Peter Jones
Michael Seaman
Stephen Bush Piotr Karocki
Daniel Smith
William Byrd Stephan Kehrer
Thomas Starai
Juan Carreon Stuart Kerry
Walter Struppler
Keith Chow Yongbum Kim
Mark-Rene Uchida
Charles Cook Hyeong Ho Lee
Dmitri Varsanofiev
Rodney Cummings James Lepp
George Vlantis
Sourav Dutta Jon Lewis
Khurram Waheed
János Farkas Michael Lynch
Andreas Wolf
Norman Finn Elvis Maculuba
Chun Yu Charles Wong
Avraham Freedman Arthur Marris
Oren Yuen
Eric W. Gray Richard Mellitz
Zhen Zhou
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membership:
Jean-Philippe Faure, Chair
Gary Hoffman, Vice Chair
John D. Kulick, Past Chair
Konstantinos Karachalios, Secretary
Chuck Adams Thomas Koshy Robby Robson
Masayuki Ariyoshi Joseph L. Koepfinger* Dorothy Stanley
Ted Burse Kevin Lu Adrian Stephens
Stephen Dukes Daleep Mohla Mehmet Ulema
Phil Wennblom
Damir Novosel
Doug Edwards
Howard Wolfman
Ronald C. Petersen
J. Travis Griffith
Yu Yuan
Annette D. Reilly
Michael Janezic
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Introduction

This introduction is not part of IEEE Std 802.1Qcp-2018, IEEE Standard for Local and metropolitan area networks—

Bridges and Bridged Networks—Amendment 30: YANG Data Model.

This amendment to IEEE Std 802.1Q-2018 specifies a YANG data model that provides configuration and

operational status reporting for IEEE 802.1Q Two-Port MAC Relay, Customer VLAN Bridges, and Provider

Bridges.

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Contents

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

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

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

4. Abbreviations .................................................................................................................................... 14

5. Conformance ..................................................................................................................................... 15

5.4 VLAN Bridge component requirements................................................................................ 15

5.13 MAC Bridge component requirements.................................................................................. 15

5.16 TPMR conformance............................................................................................................... 15

8. Principles of Bridge operation .......................................................................................................... 16

8.12 Bridge Management Entity.................................................................................................... 16

8.13 Addressing ............................................................................................................................. 16

12. Bridge management .......................................................................................................................... 17

12.10 Bridge VLAN managed objects............................................................................................. 17

48. YANG Data Model ........................................................................................................................... 18

48.1 YANG Framework................................................................................................................. 18

48.2 Security considerations .......................................................................................................... 19

48.3 IEEE 802.1Q YANG model .................................................................................................. 21

48.4 Structure of the YANG model ............................................................................................... 31

48.5 Relationship to IEEE 802.1Q managed objects..................................................................... 33

48.6 Definition of IEEE 802.1Q YANG modules ......................................................................... 39

Annex A (normative) PICS proforma—Bridge implementations ................................................................ 90

A.5 Major capabilities................................................................................................................... 90

A.48 YANG.................................................................................................................................... 90

Annex U (informative) Bibliography ............................................................................................................ 91

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List of figures

Figure 48-1—General YANG hierarchy ....................................................................................................... 18

Figure 48-2—YANG root hierarchy with IEEE 802.1Q YANG modules.................................................... 19

Figure 48-3—UML YANG interface management model............................................................................ 22

Figure 48-4—Generic IEEE 802.1Q bridge mode ........................................................................................ 23

Figure 48-5—Bridge port model ................................................................................................................... 24

Figure 48-6—TPMR model........................................................................................................................... 25

Figure 48-7—TPMR port model ................................................................................................................... 26

Figure 48-8—Provider Bridge model ............................................................................................................ 28

Figure 48-9—Provider Edge Bridge C-VLAN Interface mode..................................................................... 29

Figure 48-10—Provider Edge Bridge S-VLAN interface model .................................................................. 30

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List of tables

Table 48-1—Structure of the YANG modules .............................................................................................. 31

Table 48-2—Structure of the ieee802-dot1q-bridge module......................................................................... 31

Table 48-3—Structure of the ieee802-dot1q-tpmr module ........................................................................... 32

Table 48-4—Structure of the ieee802-dot1q-vlan-bridge module................................................................. 32

Table 48-5—Structure of the ieee802-dot1q-pb module............................................................................... 32

Table 48-6—Bridge cross-reference table..................................................................................................... 33

Table 48-7—Bridge component cross-reference table .................................................................................. 34

Table 48-8—Bridge component filtering database cross-reference table...................................................... 35

Table 48-9—Bridge component permanent database cross-reference table.................................................. 36

Table 48-10—Bridge component Bridge VLAN cross-reference table ........................................................ 36

Table 48-11—Bridge component Bridge MST cross-reference table ........................................................... 37

Table 48-12—Bridge port cross-reference table............................................................................................ 38

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IEEE Std 802.1Qcp-2018

IEEE Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks—Bridges and Bridged Networks—

Amendment 30: YANG Data Model
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