Service Set Configuration Example

The following configuration shows how service sets can use multiple services.

In this example, there are two services defined in the application's services (that is, the [edit acme services]) hierarchy level: acme-svc1 and acme-svc2. Both of these services are included in service set sset1.

Looking at the example, notice the following:

[edit]     
services
   acme {
      acme-svc1 { # External service (provider-defined)
         svc1-rule1 { # First rule's name
            . . . # First rule defined
         }
         svc1-rule2 { 
            . . . 
         }
         svc1-rule3 { 
            . . . 
         }
      }
      acme-svc2 { # External service (provider-defined)
         rule-set svc2-rule-set { # Rule set name
            [ rules rule-names ]; # The rules' definitions
         } 
      }
   }
   service-set sset1 {
      next-hop-service {
         inside-service-interface ms 50/0.1;
         outside-service-interface ms-5/0/0.2;
      }
      extension-service acme-svc1 {    
         svc1-rule1;
         svc1-rule2;
         svc1-rule3;
      } 
      extension-service acme-svc2 {    
         rule-set svc2-rule-set;
      } 

      /* Now define the order */
      service-order {
         forward-flow [acme-svc1 acme-svc2];
         reverse-flow [acme-svc1 acme-svc2];
   }
}

Note:
The inside-service-interface and outside-service-interface logical units cannot be shared across service sets.
Other Configuration Guidelines:
Guidelines for Configuring SDK Applications

See also:
Statement Summary

Configuration Command Summary

Operational Command Reference

SDK CLI Configuration


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