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Adding Local Service Edge Sites for Hybrid WAN Deployment

You add a local service edge site when the site is directly connected to the Internet or when you access the Internet through a corporate VPN. You use the Sites page to add the local service edge site.

Procedure

To add a local service edge site:

  1. Select Sites > Site Management.

    The Sites page appears.

  2. Click Add and select Local Service Edge.

    The Add Local Service Edge site page appears.

  3. Complete the configuration settings according to the guidelines provided in Table 170.

    Table 170: Fields on the Add Local Service Edge Site Page

    Field

    Description

    Site Information

    Site Name

    Enter a site name. You can use any number of alphanumeric characters, including special characters. The maximum length is 15 characters.

    Address

    Street Address

    Enter the street address of the site.

    City

    Enter the city where the site is located.

    State/Province

    Enter the state or province where the site is located.

    ZIP/Postal Code

    Enter the postal code for the locality of the site.

    Country

    Select the country name from the drop-down list.

    Contact Information

    Contact Name

    Enter the name of a contact person for the site.

    Email

    Enter the e-mail ID of the contact person at the site.

    Phone

    Enter the phone number of the contact person at the site.

    Configuration

    Service POP

    Select the name of the point of presence (POP) for the site. A network point of presence is a location at which a service provider instantiates a network function, such as a virtualized network function (VNF).

    VIM

    Select a virtualized infrastructure manager (VIM). The VIM controls and manages the compute, storage, and network resources in the NFV infrastructure. The VIM also collects and forwards performance measurements and events.

    Resource Pool

    Select a resource pool for the VIM. Resource pools identify the compute zones for the VIM for the POP.

    Route Target

    Enter a route target for the virtual network.

    Example: 64512:10000

    SDN Gateway Router

    Click the toggle button to enable SDN gateway router that is configured in the POP. The SDN gateway router provides a Layer 3 routing service to customer sites in a centralized deployment.

    • Enabled : Managed—Select Managed option if you use Contrail Service Orchestration to manage the device.

    • Disabled : Unmanaged—Select Unmanaged option if you use another application to manage the device.

    PE Router

    Specify the name of the device.

    VRF Name

    Specify the name of the virtual routing and forwarding (VRF) instance for the tenant.

    Service Attachment Points 

    Local Internet Breakout

    Click the toggle button to enable or disable local Internet breakout to the site.

    Left Subnet Prefix

    Select one or more IPv4 prefixes for the management network.

    Right Virtual Network Name

    Select the network to which the site transmits Internet traffic.

    Right Network - Internet Information

    Internet Network Name

    Select the network to which the site transmits Internet traffic.

    Site to VPN

    Click the toggle button to enable VPN.

    Left Subnet Prefix

    Select one or more IPv4 prefixes for the management network.

    Right Virtual Network Name

    Select the network to which the site transmits Internet traffic.

  4. Click OK.

    The newly added local service edge site is displayed on the Sites page.

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