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    Predefined Full Mesh Layer 3 VPN Service Definitions

    The Connectivity Services Director application section provides information about predefined service definitions used for creating Layer 3 VPN full mesh services.

    If neither of the predefined service definitions described here is appropriate for your needs, you can create a service definition as described in Creating a Full Mesh Layer 3 VPN Service Definition.

    The Connectivity Services Director application provides predefined service definitions for Layer 3 VPN services that use the BGP or OSPF protocols.

    Information specific to each service instance, such as the device name, endpoint name, VLAN ID, Interface IP, Peer AS (BGP), and whether you want to allow a service provisioner to create static routes on the service, is provided in the service order.

    Table 1 lists each of the standard VPLS service definitions. Each standard service definition is then described in detail in the sections that follow.

    Table 1: Standard Full-Mesh Layer 3 VPN Service Definitions

    Standard Service Definition Name

    Predefined Service Attributes

    L3VPN-OSPF-STATIC L3 VPN (Full Mesh)

    • VLAN ID selection: Auto pick

    • Route target: Auto pick

    • Route distinguisher: Auto pick

    • Allowed Routing Protocols: OSPF/Static Route

    L3VPN-BGP-STATIC L3 VPN (Full Mesh)

    • VLAN ID selection : Auto pick

    • Route target: Auto pick

    • Route distinguisher: Auto pick

    • Allowed Routing Protocols: BGP/Static Route

    Modified: 2015-09-21