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    Configuring Site Access Links

    This topic describes how to configure customer access links using the cCPE Selfcare application. This procedure is intended for service providers.

    Before you can configure an access link, you first need to:

    1. Configure the network device (PE) router, routing instance, and network interface you want to use for the access link on your MX Series router. You can configure these settings using any of following methods.

    2. Create the cCPE customer. See Creating Customers.
    3. Create the customer site associated with the access link. See Creating Customer Sites.

    To configure site access links using the cCPE Selfcare application:

    1. In the Applications field of the Junos Space Network Management Platform, select Selfcare Portal.
    2. In the task pane select Administration > Customer Management.
    3. Select the Add Access Link task.

      The Add Access Link dialog box is displayed as shown in Figure 1.

      Figure 1: Add Access Link Dialog Box

      Add Access Link Dialog Box
    4. From the Customer selection list, select the customer you want to create the access link for.

      The list of available customers is controlled by the Create Customer task. For information on creating customers, see Creating Customers.

    5. From the Site selection list, select the customer site you want to create the access link for.

      The list of available sites is controlled by the Add Site task. For information on adding customer sites, see Creating Customer Sites.

    6. In the Access Link Name field, specify a name for the access link.

      This field is visible to customers and can be modified by them.

    7. (Optional) In the Description field, specify a description for the access link.

      This field is visible to customers and can be modified by them.

    8. From the Devices list, select the name of the MX Series router that you want to provide the access link.

      This field is not visible to customers.

      Note: You must previously configure the router using either the CLI, Junos Space Services Activation Director, or your OSS.

    9. From the Routing Instances list, select the routing instance associated with the site’s access link.

      This field is not visible to customers.

      Note: You must previously configure the routing instance on the MX Series router using either the CLI, Junos Space Services Activation Director, or your OSS.

    10. From the Interfaces list, select the logical interface used for the access link.

      This field is not visible to customers.

      Note: You must previously configure the logical interface on the MX Series router using the CLI, Junos Space Services Activation Director, or your OSS.

    11. Click Create to add the access link to the database.

    Modified: 2015-11-04