CN108243080B - Intelligent method and device for optical network unit - Google Patents

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CN108243080B
CN108243080B CN201611209437.1A CN201611209437A CN108243080B CN 108243080 B CN108243080 B CN 108243080B CN 201611209437 A CN201611209437 A CN 201611209437A CN 108243080 B CN108243080 B CN 108243080B
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Abstract

The embodiment discloses an optical network unit intelligent method and device, wherein the method applied to an intelligent module can comprise the following steps: establishing a data channel with a first-class ONU, wherein the first-class ONU is an ONU which can provide a first-class service and cannot provide a second-class service; receiving a service request of a second type of service sent by the first type of ONU through the data channel; providing the second type of service based on the service request. Therefore, the intelligent module can provide the second type of service instead of the first type of ONU which cannot provide the second type of service, so that a user can enjoy the second type of service without replacing the first type of ONU, the intellectualization of the ONU is realized for the user, and the problems of resource waste and replacement cost generated in the ONU replacement process are solved.

Description

Intelligent method and device for optical network unit

Technical Field

The present invention relates to synchronization technologies in the field of communications, and in particular, to an intelligent method and apparatus for an optical network unit.

Background

A Passive Optical Network (PON) may include: the Optical Line Terminal (OLT) of the local side device and the Optical Network Unit (ONU) of the customer premise device are connected.

The existing OUN can be divided into three types, which are respectively: a Single Family Unit (SFU), a Home Gateway Unit (HGU), and an intelligent Gateway. Both the SFU and the HGU can be regarded as traditional gateways, and only some traditional services can be realized; and the intelligent gateway is generated by upgrading the SFU and the HGU, and can realize a plurality of intelligent services.

In order to meet the increasingly diversified service requirements of users, the traditional ONU needs to be replaced by an intelligent gateway. The replacement amount of the ONU is large, time, labor and cost are consumed, the replaced traditional ONU cannot meet the intelligent service requirement and is idle, resource waste is caused, and obviously the cost and the time cost of gateway replacement are high.

Disclosure of Invention

In view of the above, embodiments of the present invention are directed to a method and an apparatus for intelligentizing an optical network unit, which at least partially solve the above problems.

In order to achieve the purpose, the technical scheme of the invention is realized as follows:

a first aspect of an embodiment of the present invention provides an optical network unit intelligent method, which is applied to an intelligent module, and includes:

establishing a data channel with a first-class ONU, wherein the first-class ONU is an ONU which can provide a first-class service and cannot provide a second-class service;

receiving a service request of a second type of service sent by the first type of ONU through the data channel;

providing the second type of service based on the service request.

Based on the above scheme, the method further comprises:

acquiring equipment information of an Optical Network Unit (ONU);

and judging whether the corresponding ONU is the first type ONU or not according to the equipment information.

Based on the above scheme, the acquiring the device information of the ONU comprises:

acquiring a serial number SN and/or a Media Access Control (MAC) address of the ONU;

and judging whether the ONU is the first type ONU or not according to the SN or the MAC address.

Based on the above scheme, when the device information indicates that the ONU is the first-class ONU, establishing a data channel with the ONU, including at least one of:

sending the network protocol IP address and/or the virtual local area network VLAN label of the intelligent module to the first type ONU; the IP address and/or the VLAN tag are/is used for being stored in the first type ONU;

and a transmission tunnel is established between the first type ONU and the second type ONU.

Based on the above scheme, the method further comprises:

and sending an identification parameter for identifying the service request of the second type of service to the first type of ONU.

A second aspect of the embodiments of the present invention provides an optical network unit intelligent method, which is applied to an optical network unit ONU, and includes:

when the ONU is the first-class ONU, a data channel is established with the intelligent module; the first-class ONU can provide a first-class service and cannot provide a second-class service;

receiving a service request;

identifying whether the service request is a service request of the second type of service;

when the service request is a service request of a second type of service, the service request is sent to the intelligent module through the data channel; the service request is used for triggering the intelligent module to provide the second type of service.

Based on the above scheme, when the ONU is the first type ONU, establishing the data channel with the intelligent module includes at least one of:

receiving a network protocol (IP) address and/or a Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) tag of the intelligent module, and storing the IP address and/or the VLAN tag;

and establishing a transmission tunnel with the intelligent module.

Based on the above scheme, the method further comprises:

receiving the identification parameters sent by the intelligent module;

the identifying whether the service request is a service request of the second type of service includes:

and determining whether the service request is the service request of the second type of service according to the identification parameter.

A third aspect of the embodiments of the present invention provides an optical network unit intelligent device, which is applied to an intelligent module, and includes:

the first establishing unit is used for establishing a data channel with a first-class ONU, wherein the first-class ONU can provide a first-class service and cannot provide a second-class service;

a first receiving unit, configured to receive a service request of a second type of service sent by the first type of ONU through the data channel;

a providing unit, configured to provide the second type of service based on the service request.

Based on the above scheme, the apparatus further comprises:

the device comprises an acquisition unit, a processing unit and a processing unit, wherein the acquisition unit is used for acquiring the equipment information of an Optical Network Unit (ONU);

and the judging unit is used for judging whether the corresponding ONU is the first type ONU or not according to the equipment information.

Based on the above scheme, the obtaining unit is configured to obtain a serial number SN and/or a media access control MAC address of the ONU; and judging whether the ONU is the first type ONU or not according to the SN or the MAC address.

Based on the above scheme, the first establishing unit is specifically configured to send the network protocol IP address and/or the virtual local area network VLAN tag of the intelligent module to the first type ONU; the IP address and/or the VLAN tag are/is used for being stored in the first type ONU; and a transmission tunnel is established between the first type ONU and the second type ONU.

Based on the above scheme, the apparatus further comprises:

a first sending unit, configured to send, to the first class ONU, an identification parameter identifying a service request for the second class of service.

A fourth aspect of the present invention provides an optical network unit intelligent device, which is applied to an optical network unit ONU, and includes:

the second establishing unit is used for establishing a data channel with the intelligent module when the ONU is the first ONU; the first-class ONU can provide a first-class service and cannot provide a second-class service;

a second receiving unit for receiving a service request;

an identifying unit, configured to identify whether the service request is a service request of the second type of service;

the second sending unit is used for sending the service request to the intelligent module through the data channel when the service request is the service request of the second type of service; the service request is used for triggering the intelligent module to provide the second type of service.

Based on the above scheme, the second establishing unit is specifically configured to receive a network protocol IP address and/or a virtual local area network VLAN tag of the intelligent module, and store the IP address and/or the VLAN tag; and/or establishing a transmission tunnel with the intelligent module.

Based on the above scheme, the second receiving unit is further configured to receive the identification parameter sent by the intelligent module;

the identification unit is specifically configured to determine whether the service request is a service request of the second type of service according to the identification parameter.

According to the optical network unit intelligent method and device provided by the embodiment of the invention, the intelligent module establishes a data channel with the first type of ONU, receives the service request of the second type of service which is provided and is transmitted by the first type of ONU and provided by the intelligent module instead of the first type of ONU based on the service request, so that the user can enjoy the second type of service without replacing the first type of ONU, the ONU intelligence is realized for the user, and the problems of resource waste and replacement cost generated in the ONU replacement process are solved.

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Fig. 1 is a schematic flowchart of a first optical network unit intelligent method according to an embodiment of the present invention;

fig. 2 is a schematic flowchart of a second method for intelligence of an optical network unit according to an embodiment of the present invention;

fig. 3 is a schematic flowchart of a third method for intelligence of an optical network unit according to an embodiment of the present invention;

fig. 4 is a schematic structural diagram of a first optical network unit intelligent device according to an embodiment of the present invention;

fig. 5 is a schematic structural diagram of a second optical network unit intelligent device according to an embodiment of the present invention;

fig. 6 is a schematic structural diagram of a PON network according to an embodiment of the present invention;

fig. 7 is a schematic structural diagram of another PON network according to an embodiment of the present invention.

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The technical solution of the present invention is further described in detail with reference to the drawings and the specific embodiments of the specification.

As shown in fig. 1, this embodiment provides an optical network unit intelligent method, which is applied to an intelligent module, and includes:

step S110: establishing a data channel with a first-class ONU, wherein the first-class ONU is an ONU which can provide a first-class service and cannot provide a second-class service;

step S120: receiving a service request of a second type of service sent by the first type of ONU through the data channel;

step S130: providing the second type of service based on the service request.

The intelligent module described in this embodiment may provide an entity for a newly added intelligent service for implementing ONU intelligentization, and may be set in any network element on the network side, for example, may be set in a gateway on the network side. In this embodiment, the intelligent module may be a management network element on a management side of the PON. The intelligent module can be arranged in a management platform of a management service system of the OPN or a network management platform such as a remote management system. Usually, the management service system only establishes a management channel with the ONU, and the management channel user management service system further performs various management and control on the ONU, and transmits a control instruction or generates various control feedbacks based on the control instruction.

The first type of ONU can be an SFU or an HGU, and some functions of the SFU or the HGU cannot be realized. For example, the SFU or the HGU may have no way to install some plug-ins that the user specifies to install to implement a specific function, and the service corresponding to the specific function is the second type of service. Here, the first type of service is a service that the first type of ONU can provide.

In this embodiment, a data channel may be established between the intelligent module and the first type of ONU, and the data channel may be used to transmit service information.

In step S120, a service request of the second type of service sent by the first type of ONU over the data channel will be received. And after receiving the service request of the second type of service, the intelligent module replaces the first type of ONU to respond to the service request of the second type of service.

In this way, for a user, the second type of service that the existing ONU cannot provide can be obtained without replacing the ONU, and on one hand, the first type of service provided by the ONU can be continuously used, and on the other hand, the network-side intelligent module can respond to the second type of service request instead of the first type of ONU by establishing a data channel between the first type of ONU and the network-side intelligent module. Therefore, a large number of ONUs in the existing network do not need to be replaced, the situation that resources generated after the first type of ONUs are replaced are idle can be avoided, on the other hand, a large number of ONUs do not need to be replaced, a large amount of time and labor cost generated by replacement of the ONUs are saved, and therefore the first type of ONUs are intelligentized.

For example, the first type of ONU serving as a non-intelligent gateway may not automatically enable a new communication device to access a home network, and the function of automatically identifying the addition of the new device may be a second type of service provided by an intelligent operating system with only an intelligent gateway. After receiving a broadcast request for connection of communication equipment, a first-class ONU sends the broadcast request to an intelligent module, the intelligent module determines whether the communication equipment is communication equipment which newly requests to join and belongs to the same brand as the first-class ONU or not and whether the position range of the first-class ONU is close enough or not based on the broadcast request, if so, the intelligent module sends a connection account and a connection password which are accessed to the first-class ONU to the communication equipment, the intelligent module can respond to the request according to the broadcast request and returns the request response through a data channel, and the first-class ONU broadcasts the request response to the communication equipment which newly requests to join, so that the first-class ONU can establish connection with the first-class ONU based on the connection account and the connection password.

In this embodiment, the second type of service may be a service that needs to be implemented by a plug-in provided by a third party, which is only an example, and the practical application is not limited to any example described above.

As shown in fig. 2, the method further comprises:

step S101: acquiring equipment information of an Optical Network Unit (ONU);

step S102: and judging whether the corresponding ONU is the first type ONU or not according to the equipment information.

In this embodiment, the intelligent module acquires the device information of the ONUs and automatically determines which ONUs in the network are the first-class ONUs. Certainly, in specific implementation, the intelligent module may directly receive parameters such as the IP address of the first type of ONU, and does not need to identify which ONUs in the network are the first type of ONUs by itself.

The step S101 may include: acquiring a serial number SN and/or a Media Access Control (MAC) address of the ONU; and judging whether the ONU is the first type ONU or not according to the SN or the MAC address.

For example, the intelligent module may obtain parameters of the SFU device from the PON network manager, and establish a management list of the SFU, where SN and/or MAC addresses of the SFU are stored in the management list. For another example, information of HGUs is received from a Remote Management System (RMS) network management platform, or information of all gateways sent by the RMS network management platform is received, and then, which HGUs are identified according to SNs and/or MAC addresses, etc., so as to determine which ONUs are the first type ONUs. Of course, as technology develops, the first type ONU is not limited to the SFU or HGU. For example, as technology develops, some current intelligent gateways may not be able to support certain functions with respect to a new generation of intelligent gateways, and some functions that cannot be supported belong to the aforementioned second class of service, and at this time, the current intelligent gateways may also serve as the first class of ONUs.

The step S110 may include at least one of:

sending the network protocol IP address and/or the virtual local area network VLAN label of the intelligent module to the first type ONU; the IP address and/or the VLAN tag are/is used for being stored in the first type ONU;

and a transmission tunnel is established between the first type ONU and the second type ONU.

And after the first type ONU stores the IP address of the intelligent module, when receiving the service request of the second type of service, the ONU sends the service request of the second type of service to the IP address, so that the intelligent module can receive the service request and respond to the service request. Here, responding to the service request may include: and the service request is forwarded to the corresponding server, the server returns the service response after receiving the service request, and the service response can be received by the intelligent module, returned to the first-class ONU through the data channel and returned to the corresponding user terminal by the first-class ONU. Certainly, after the intelligent module forwards the service request carrying the address of the user equipment to the server, after the server responds, the service request may be directly returned to the first-class ONU based on the address of the user equipment, and the first-class ONU transmits the service request to the corresponding user equipment, for example, the first-class ONU transparently transmits the service request to the user equipment.

The VLAN label is the identification of the VLAN where the intelligent module is located. The intelligent module may need to provide intelligent upgrade services for a large number of ONUs of the first type, and the intelligent module may be operated on one or more servers. The servers may form a special virtual local area network, the ONU sends the service request of the second type of service to the VLAN indicated by the VLAN tag, and the intelligent module in the VLAN can receive the service request of the second type of service and know which ONU to forward according to the last hop information of the service request.

Of course, in this embodiment, the data channel may also be a dedicated transmission tunnel, for example, a transmission tunnel based on a Virtual Private Network (VPN) technology. The transport tunnel may be an end-to-end transport tunnel.

In some embodiments, the method further comprises:

and sending an identification parameter for identifying the service request of the second type of service to the first type of ONU.

A first type of ONU may receive a first type of service and a second type of service request, and the first type of ONU needs to identify which services are the first type of service that it can handle by itself and which services are the second type of service that it cannot perform processing. In this embodiment, the method further includes: the intelligent module issues identification parameters to the first type ONU, wherein the identification parameters can be used as the parameters according to which the first type ONU identifies the service request of the second type service.

The identification parameter may include an IP address of a server providing the second type of service, and in this case, the first type of ONU extracts a destination IP address in the service request after receiving the service request, and if the IP address is the same as the IP address received from the intelligent module, the service request is considered as the second type of service, and is sent to the intelligent module through the data channel.

The identification parameters may also include traffic characteristics; and the first-class ONU sends the service characteristics of the second-class service to the first-class ONU, and after receiving a service request, the first-class ONU extracts the service characteristics from the service request and matches the service characteristics received from the intelligent module, so that whether the currently received service request is the service request of the second-class service can be known. The service characteristics may include information such as service labels and/or characteristic values of the second type of service.

Of course, in some embodiments, the identification parameter may not be sent to the first type ONU. The first-class ONU knows that the first-class ONU can realize the functions currently, and after the first-class ONU receives a service request, the first-class ONU finds that the first-class ONU can not support or can not identify the service request, the first-class ONU can uniformly forward the service request to the intelligent module, and the intelligent module identifies whether the second-class function is replaced by the intelligent module, and then carries out subsequent processing.

In short, the embodiment provides an ONU intelligent method, which can expand the ONU capable of realizing only the first type to the ONU capable of realizing the second type on the basis of not replacing the ONU, so that the user does not need to spend money to purchase the intelligent gateway, and spend time and manpower to replace the ONU gateway, thereby saving various costs for upgrading the ONU.

As shown in fig. 3, the present embodiment provides an optical network unit intelligent method, which is applied to an optical network unit ONU, and includes:

step S210: when the ONU is the first-class ONU, a data channel is established with the intelligent module; the first-class ONU can provide a first-class service and cannot provide a second-class service;

step S220: receiving a service request;

step S230: identifying whether the service request is a service request of the second type of service;

step S240: when the service request is a service request of a second type of service, the service request is sent to the intelligent module through the data channel; the service request is used for triggering the intelligent module to provide the second type of service.

The method in this embodiment may be an information processing method applied to an ONU. And when the ONU is the first type ONU, for example, the ONU is the SFU or HGU, a data channel is established with the intelligent module at the network side.

Receiving the service request in step S220, it is identified whether the service request is a service request of a second type of service, for example, various parameters of a first type of service that can be provided by the first type of ONU itself may be configured in the first type of ONU, and based on these parameters, it may be identified whether the current service request is a service request of the first type of service, and if not, all the service requests may be regarded as service requests of the second type of service. Of course, there are many ways to identify whether to be a service request of the second type of service, which are not limited to the examples herein, for example, see the foregoing part of the embodiments. When the service request is a second type service request, the service request is sent to the intelligent module through the data channel, and the intelligent module responds to the service request of the second type service so as to provide the second type service by the intelligent module. Therefore, for users, the intellectualization and the service upgrading of the first-class ONU are realized, and the problems of various resource wastes and high cost caused by directly replacing the first-class ONU are reduced.

In some embodiments, when the ONU is the ONU of the first type, the establishing a data channel with the intelligent module includes at least one of:

receiving a network protocol (IP) address and/or a Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) tag of the intelligent module, and storing the IP address and/or the VLAN tag;

and establishing a transmission tunnel with the intelligent module.

The establishing of the data channel may include establishing a transmission channel, and may include address information of the intelligent module, so that the service request may be forwarded to the intelligent module when receiving the service request for the second type of service, and in this case, the intelligent module may provide the second type of service instead of the first type of ONU.

In some implementations, the method further comprises:

receiving the identification parameters sent by the intelligent module;

the step S230 may include: and determining whether the service request is the service request of the second type of service according to the identification parameter.

The identification parameter may be various information for identifying the second type of service, such as a destination IP address, a destination VLAN tag, and/or a traffic characteristic of a service request of the second type of service.

As shown in fig. 4, the present embodiment provides an optical network unit intelligent device, which is applied in an intelligent module, and includes:

a first establishing unit 110, configured to establish a data channel with a first type of ONU, where the first type of ONU is an ONU that can provide a first type of service and cannot provide a second type of service;

a first receiving unit 120, configured to receive a service request of a second type of service sent by the first type of ONU through the data channel;

a providing unit 130, configured to provide the second type of service based on the service request.

The intelligent module in this embodiment may be an information processing apparatus located in a server or a service entity on the network side.

The first establishing unit 110 may correspond to the communication interface, and send the address information of the information interaction to the first type ONU for storage, or establish a transmission tunnel with the first type ONU, and the like.

The first receiving unit 120 may also correspond to a communication interface capable of receiving service requests sent by the first type of OUNs through the data channel.

The providing unit 130 may comprise a forwarding unit that grabs a service request of the second type of service, or a processor or processing circuit that directly responds to the second type of service. The processor may be a central server, a microprocessor, an application processor, a programmable array, or the like. The processing circuitry may comprise an application specific integrated circuit or the like. The processor or processing circuitry may effect the provision of the second type of service by execution of predetermined code.

In some embodiments, the apparatus further comprises:

the device comprises an acquisition unit, a processing unit and a processing unit, wherein the acquisition unit is used for acquiring the equipment information of an Optical Network Unit (ONU);

and the judging unit is used for judging whether the corresponding ONU is the first type ONU or not according to the equipment information.

In this embodiment, the apparatus further includes an obtaining unit and a determining module, where both the obtaining unit and the determining module may correspond to a processor or a processing circuit, and may implement the type determination of the OUN. The acquisition unit may directly receive identification information of the first type ONU from another device, corresponding to the communication interface. Of course, the device information of the ONU may be received and the determination may be made based on the device information.

In some embodiments, the obtaining unit is configured to obtain a serial number SN and/or a media access control MAC address of the ONU; and judging whether the ONU is the first type ONU or not according to the SN or the MAC address. The device information here includes at least one of the SN and the MAC address.

In some embodiments, the first establishing unit 110 is specifically configured to send a network protocol IP address and/or a virtual local area network VLAN tag of the intelligent module to the first type ONU; the IP address and/or the VLAN tag are/is used for being stored in the first type ONU; and a transmission tunnel is established between the first type ONU and the second type ONU. In this embodiment, the first establishing unit 110 may establish the channel by sending an IP address and/or a VLAN tag. The established channel is a virtual channel or a logical channel. Of course, a transport tunnel such as a VPN may be directly established.

In some embodiments, the apparatus further comprises: a first sending unit, configured to send, to the first class ONU, an identification parameter identifying a service request for the second class of service.

Here, the first receiving unit may also correspond to the communication interface, and may assist the first type ONU in identifying the service request of the second type of service by sending an identification parameter to the first type ONU.

As shown in fig. 5, the present embodiment provides an optical network unit intelligent device, which is applied to an optical network unit ONU, and includes:

a second establishing unit 210, configured to establish a data channel with the intelligent module when the ONU is the first-class ONU; the first-class ONU can provide a first-class service and cannot provide a second-class service;

a second receiving unit 220, configured to receive a service request;

an identifying unit 230, configured to identify whether the service request is a service request of the second type of service;

a second sending unit 240, configured to send the service request to the intelligent module through the data channel when the service request is a service request of a second type of service; the service request is used for triggering the intelligent module to provide the second type of service.

In this embodiment, the apparatus is an apparatus applied to an ONU, that is, an ONU applied to a gateway.

The second establishing unit 210, the second receiving unit 220, and the second sending unit 240 may all correspond to a communication interface, and may perform information interaction and connection establishment. The identification unit 230 may correspond to a processor or a processing circuit, which is referred to in the foregoing embodiments and will not be repeated here.

In short, the service types which can be corresponding to the first-class ONU can be improved through the establishment of the data channel in the first-class ONU, and the intelligent upgrade of the ONU is realized.

In some embodiments, the second establishing unit 210 is specifically configured to receive a network protocol IP address and/or a virtual local area network VLAN tag of the intelligent module, and store the IP address and/or the VLAN tag; and/or establishing a transmission tunnel with the intelligent module.

In other embodiments, the second receiving unit 220 is further configured to receive the identification parameter sent by the intelligent module; the identifying unit 230 is specifically configured to determine whether the service request is a service request of the second type of service according to the identification parameter.

In this embodiment, the identification unit 230 receives the identification parameter from the intelligent module, and identifies the service request of the second type of service based on the identification parameter, so as to send the second type of service to the intelligent module for response, thereby easily distinguishing the first type of service from the second type of service, and implementing intelligent upgrade of the ONU.

One specific example is provided below in connection with the above embodiments:

as shown in fig. 6, the present example provides a network architecture of an OPN, which includes a PON network manager, an intelligent module, an RMS network management platform, an SFU, an HGU, and an intelligent gateway. A management channel is respectively connected between the intelligent module and the PON management system and between the intelligent module and the RMS network management platform; and the PON network manager establishes a connection management channel with the SFU, the HGU and the intelligent gateway. And a management channel is connected between the HGU and the intelligent gateway and the RMS network management platform.

Through the management channel, the intelligent module can acquire the equipment information of all types of ONU from the PON network manager and also can acquire the equipment information of HGU and intelligent gateway from the RMS network management platform. Typical device information may be e.g. SN, MAC address.

Based on the device information, the intelligent module can simply screen out the SFUs by using an elimination method and establish a management list based on SN and MAC addresses for the SFUs. And if the ONU applies for opening the intelligent service in the intelligent module, the intelligent module judges the type of the ONU according to the SN, the MAC address and other information obtained by the service application way. If the equipment information of the ONU is in the SFU management list, the intelligent module informs the PON network manager of establishing a data channel connected with the SFU equipment for the transmission of intelligent service data. For example, this data channel may be identified as a particular VLAN, and at a Broadband Remote Access Server (BRAS) device, the BRAS forwards via VLAN policy to enable the SFU or HGU to establish an IP or other tunneling connection with the intelligent module.

When HGU equipment applies for opening an intelligent service, two different judgment logics exist;

based on the service application received by the intelligent module:

the RMS network management platform will synchronize the device information of the HGU and the intelligent gateway to the intelligent module, and of course, the RMS network management platform may also synchronize only the device information of the HGU to the intelligent module. The device information may include a SN and a MAC address.

When the RMS network management platform provides the full amount of HGU and intelligent gateway device information, the intelligent gateway device information is useless. When the intelligent module receives the service application, the intelligent module informs the RMS network management platform to send service parameters to the ONU equipment corresponding to the SN or the MAC address (since the intelligent module only receives the intelligent service application of the SFU and the HGU, the intelligent module can judge which are the SFU and which are the HGU), so that a data channel is established between the HGU equipment and the intelligent module.

And when the RMS network management platform receives the service application, the RMS network management platform can directly issue the related parameters of the intelligent module to the HGU equipment, so that a data channel is established between the HGU equipment and the intelligent module. The relevant parameters may include an IP address, a MAC address, a VLAN tag or a tunnel number of the intelligent module, and the like, and may be used for establishing the parameters of the data channel.

Fig. 7 is a schematic diagram of a PON network; the PON comprises: SFU, HGU, intelligent gateway, network management platform, network element management system EMS and RMS network management platform. The EMS and RMS network management platform is abbreviated as EMS and RMS in this example. Also shown in fig. 7 are the functions that various gateways may implement.

The SFU is connected with the EMS; the HGU and the intelligent gateway are connected to the EMS and the RMS, respectively.

Obviously, for SFU, WiFi, route forwarding, Quality of Service (QoS) control at L3 layer, mobile application interaction, intelligent acceleration, and intelligent services provided by intelligent operating system all belong to the second class of services; for the HGU, the smart services provided by the mobile phone application interaction, the smart acceleration and the smart operating system are all services of the second type.

In the several embodiments provided in the present application, it should be understood that the disclosed apparatus and method may be implemented in other ways. The above-described device embodiments are merely illustrative, for example, the division of the unit is only a logical functional division, and there may be other division ways in actual implementation, such as: multiple units or components may be combined, or may be integrated into another system, or some features may be omitted, or not implemented. In addition, the coupling, direct coupling or communication connection between the components shown or discussed may be through some interfaces, and the indirect coupling or communication connection between the devices or units may be electrical, mechanical or other forms.

The units described as separate parts may or may not be physically separate, and parts displayed as units may or may not be physical units, that is, may be located in one place, or may be distributed on a plurality of network units; some or all of the units can be selected according to actual needs to achieve the purpose of the solution of the embodiment.

In addition, all the functional units in the embodiments of the present invention may be integrated into one processing module, or each unit may be separately used as one unit, or two or more units may be integrated into one unit; the integrated unit can be realized in a form of hardware, or in a form of hardware plus a software functional unit.

Those of ordinary skill in the art will understand that: all or part of the steps for implementing the method embodiments may be implemented by hardware related to program instructions, and the program may be stored in a computer readable storage medium, and when executed, the program performs the steps including the method embodiments; and the aforementioned storage medium includes: a mobile storage device, a Read-Only Memory (ROM), a Random Access Memory (RAM), a magnetic disk or an optical disk, and other various media capable of storing program codes.

The above description is only for the specific embodiments of the present invention, but the scope of the present invention is not limited thereto, and any person skilled in the art can easily conceive of the changes or substitutions within the technical scope of the present invention, and all the changes or substitutions should be covered within the scope of the present invention. Therefore, the protection scope of the present invention shall be subject to the protection scope of the appended claims.

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1. An optical network unit intelligent method is applied to an intelligent module, and comprises the following steps:
establishing a data channel with a first-class ONU, wherein the first-class ONU is an ONU which can provide a first-class service and cannot provide a second-class service;
sending an identification parameter identifying a service request for the second type of service to the first type of ONU;
receiving a service request of a second type of service sent by the first type of ONU through the data channel;
providing the second type of service based on the service request.
2. The method of claim 1,
the method further comprises the following steps:
acquiring equipment information of an Optical Network Unit (ONU);
and judging whether the corresponding ONU is the first type ONU or not according to the equipment information.
3. The method of claim 2,
the acquiring of the device information of the optical network unit ONU includes:
acquiring a serial number SN and/or a Media Access Control (MAC) address of the ONU;
and judging whether the ONU is the first type ONU or not according to the SN and/or the MAC address.
4. The method of claim 1, 2 or 3,
and establishing a data channel between the first type of ONU and the first type of ONU, wherein the data channel comprises at least one of the following steps:
sending the network protocol IP address and/or the virtual local area network VLAN label of the intelligent module to the first type ONU; the IP address and/or the VLAN tag are/is used for being stored in the first type ONU;
and a transmission tunnel is established between the first type ONU and the second type ONU.
5. An optical network unit intelligent method is applied to an optical network unit ONU, and comprises the following steps:
when the ONU is the first-class ONU, a data channel is established with the intelligent module; the first-class ONU can provide a first-class service and cannot provide a second-class service;
receiving a service request;
receiving the identification parameters sent by the intelligent module;
identifying whether the service request is a service request of the second type of service;
wherein the identifying whether the service request is a service request of the second type of service comprises:
determining whether the service request is a service request of the second type of service according to the identification parameter;
when the service request is a service request of a second type of service, the service request is sent to the intelligent module through the data channel; the service request is used for triggering the intelligent module to provide the second type of service.
6. The method of claim 5,
when the ONU is the first-class ONU, a data channel is established with the intelligent module, and the data channel comprises at least one of the following:
receiving a network protocol (IP) address and/or a Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) tag of the intelligent module, and storing the IP address and/or the VLAN tag;
and establishing a transmission tunnel with the intelligent module.
7. An optical network unit intelligent device is applied to an intelligent module, and comprises:
the first establishing unit is used for establishing a data channel with a first-class ONU, wherein the first-class ONU can provide a first-class service and cannot provide a second-class service;
a first sending unit, configured to send, to the first-class ONU, an identification parameter identifying a service request of the second-class service;
a first receiving unit, configured to receive a service request of a second type of service sent by the first type of ONU through the data channel;
a providing unit, configured to provide the second type of service based on the service request.
8. The apparatus of claim 7,
the device further comprises:
the device comprises an acquisition unit, a processing unit and a processing unit, wherein the acquisition unit is used for acquiring the equipment information of an Optical Network Unit (ONU);
and the judging unit is used for judging whether the corresponding ONU is the first type ONU or not according to the equipment information.
9. The apparatus of claim 8,
the acquisition unit is used for acquiring a serial number SN and/or a Media Access Control (MAC) address of the ONU; and judging whether the ONU is the first type ONU or not according to the SN and/or the MAC address.
10. The apparatus of claim 7, 8 or 9,
the first establishing unit is specifically configured to send a network protocol IP address and/or a virtual local area network VLAN tag of the intelligent module to the first type ONU; the IP address and/or the VLAN tag are/is used for being stored in the first type ONU; and a transmission tunnel is established between the first type ONU and the second type ONU.
11. An optical network unit intelligent device is applied to an optical network unit ONU, and comprises:
the second establishing unit is used for establishing a data channel with the intelligent module when the ONU is the first ONU; the first-class ONU can provide a first-class service and cannot provide a second-class service;
a second receiving unit for receiving a service request; the second receiving unit is further configured to receive the identification parameter sent by the intelligent module;
an identifying unit, configured to identify whether the service request is a service request of the second type of service; the identification unit is specifically configured to determine whether the service request is a service request of the second type of service according to the identification parameter;
the second sending unit is used for sending the service request to the intelligent module through the data channel when the service request is the service request of the second type of service; the service request is used for triggering the intelligent module to provide the second type of service.
12. The apparatus of claim 11,
the second establishing unit is specifically configured to receive a network protocol IP address and/or a virtual local area network VLAN tag of the intelligent module, and store the IP address and/or the VLAN tag; and/or establishing a transmission tunnel with the intelligent module.
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