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    Predefined Hub-and Spoke Layer 3 VPN Service Definitions

    The Connectivity Services Director application provides predefined service definitions that use BGP or OSPF routing protocols that you, the service provisioner, can use to create a service order. You must have a Service Designer user role to use Layer 3 VPN hub-and-spoke service definitions.

    You view predefined and custom service definitions in the Service Design >Manage Service Definitions inventory page. You can view service definition details or attributes in the Manage Service Definitions inventory page by clicking the service definition.

    You can also view service instance details by selecting Service Provisioning > Deploy Services > Manage Service Orders in Deploy mode of Service View.

    Table 1 describes the predefined or standard hub-and-spoke (one interface) service definitions and their preconfigured service attributes. You can not reconfigure attributes in these predefined services. However, if you need custom attributes, create a new hub-and-spoke service definition to use, as described in the Creating a Layer 3 VPN Hub-and-Spoke Service Definition topic.

    Table 1: Standard Hub-and-Spoke Service Definitions

    Standard Service Definition Name

    Description

    Predefined Service Attributes

    L3VPN-OSPF-Static (Hub-Spoke-1-Interface)

    L3VPN Hub and Spoke 1 interface with OSPF/Static as PE-CE routing protocol

    • VLAN ID selection: Auto pick

      This attribute is editable in the service order.

    • Route target: Auto pick

    • Pick VLAN within this range: N/A

    • Route target: Auto pick

    • Route distinguisher: Auto pick

      This attribute is editable in the service order.

      The VRF table label option is selected.

    • Allowed Routing Protocols: OSPF/Static Route

    L3VPN-BGP-Static (Hub-Spoke-1-Interface)

    L3VPN Hub and Spoke 1 interface with BGP/Static as PE-CE routing protocol

    • VLAN ID selection: Auto pick

      This attribute is editable in the service order.

    • Route target: Auto pick

    • Pick VLAN within this range: N/A

    • Route target: Auto pick

    • Route distinguisher: Auto pick

      This attribute is editable in the service order.

      The VRF table label option is selected.

    • Allowed Routing Protocols: BGP/Static Route

    Modified: 2017-07-20