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    Creating a Service Order

    A service order is an instance of the service definition that completes the definition for a specific customer’s use. The service order always specifies the customer and the endpoints that link the customer sites through the MPLS network. For each endpoint, the service provisioner specifies the N-PE device and the UNI on that device that connects the customer site to the N-PE device. The service order can also specify any additional attributes that are configured in the service definition as editable in the service order. These attributes might include the VCID, MTU for the UNI, MTU for the connection across the network, VLAN-ID, rate limiting bandwidth, and so forth.

    To create a point-to-point Ethernet service order, see Creating a Point-to-Point Service Order

    To create a VPLS service order, see Creating a Multipoint-to-Multipoint VPLS Service Order or Creating a Point-to-Multipoint VPLS Service Order.

    Modified: 2015-09-21