Help us improve your experience.

Let us know what you think.

Do you have time for a two-minute survey?

Navigation
Guide That Contains This Content
[+] Expand All
[-] Collapse All

    Modifying a Multipoint-to-Multipoint Ethernet Service

    For a multipoint-to-multipoint service, you can change the bandwidth or MTU of a specific UNI, add or delete a UNI, change C-VLAN range values, and change advanced settings for a device endpoint or add a new device endpoint.

    You cannot change the interface of an existing UNI. Neither can you change the service VLAN ID.

    To perform the equivalent of changing the interface on an existing UNI, add a new UNI with the desired interface, and then delete the old UNI.

    After modifying a service, the configuration audit and functional audit information is cleared and the functional audit status is set to pending.

    Modifying a service creates a new service order based on the attribute settings of the existing service.

    Note: When you modify a service or a service order, the read-only fields in the different pages of the wizard for service or service order modification are grayed out to indicate that you cannot modify those attributes.

    The following topics provide instructions for modifying a multipoint-to-multipoint (full mesh) Ethernet service:

    Adding an Endpoint

    To add an endpoint to a multipoint-to-multipoint Ethernet service:

    1. in the Network Services > Connectivity view pane, select Service Provisioning > Manage Services.
    2. In the Manage Services page, select the service to which you want to add an endpoint.
    3. Click Modify at the top of the table of listed service orders.

      Current service settings appear in the main display area. The General Information box contains a unique name for the service order that will request the change.

    4. In the service Order name field, change the name of the modification service order, if desired.
    5. If you have configured the CFM, the Service Parameters panel provides an option to disable the CFM service. You can select the Disable CFM check box to disable the CFM service, if desired.

      If you have not configured the CFM, the Service Parameters panel provides an option to enable the CFM service. You can select the CFM definition from the OAM Profile list, if desired.

    6. Click the Node Settings button to view the endpoints or devices that are associated with the service.
    7. In the Service Nodes table, click Add.

      The Choose Endpoints window shows available N-PE devices that are not part of the service.

    8. Select the devices on which you want to add new endpoints, then click OK. You are returned to the Node Settings page of the Manage Service Orders wizard.

      To filter and sort the display of objects, enter the name of the object as a match criterion in the Search box and click the Search icon. The page refreshes to display only the object names that match with the search term. You can use the paging controls to navigate across multiple pages of objects as necessary.

      Based on the devices you select in the top half of the dialog box, the interfaces that are present in the selected device are displayed in the lower half of the dialog box. Select the check boxes next to the interfaces that you want to associate with the service.

      The service modification window shows the added devices with system recommended choices for UNI. To select a different UNI, see Adding a UNI Interface. To select a different bandwidth than the applied default, see Changing the Endpoint Bandwidth.

    9. Click Finish to complete the modification of the service order and save the settings.
    10. In Deploy mode of the Service View of the Connectivity Services Director, select one of the following from the Manage Services page:
      • Schedule the change for immediate deployment.

      • Schedule the change for later deployment.

    11. Click OK.
    12. Use the System > Manage Jobs > Job Management workspace to monitor the progress and status of the deployment.

      Note: Alternatively, to display the Job Management page, from the Junos Space Platform UI, select Jobs > Manage Jobs from the Tasks pane. You can also view the CSD Deployment Jobs page in Deploy mode of Service View by selecting the View Deployment Jobs option in the task pane.

    Adding a UNI Interface

    To add a UNI on a device that is already part of a multipoint-to-multipoint Ethernet service:

    1. in the Network Services > Connectivity view pane, select Service Provisioning > Manage Services.
    2. In the Manage Services page, select the service to which you want to add a UNI.
    3. Click Modify at the top of the table of listed service orders.

      Current service settings appear in the main display area. The Service Parameters box contains a unique name for the service order that will request the change.

    4. In the service Order name field, change the name of the modification service order, if desired.
    5. Click the Site/Endpoint Settings button to view the interfaces on endpoints or devices that are associated with the service.
    6. In the User-to-Network Interfaces table, click Add.

      The Choose Endpoints window shows available N-PE devices that are not part of the service.

    7. Select the devices on which you want to add new interfaces. The window refreshes to display all the user-to-network (UNI) or ingress interfaces for the selected device in the lower part of the window as a tabular grid. Select the interfaces that you want to assign to the service order, and then click OK.

      To filter and sort the display of objects, enter the name of the object as a match criterion in the Search box and click the Search icon. The page refreshes to display only the object names that match with the search term. You can use the paging controls to navigate across multiple pages of objects as necessary.

      You are returned to the Node Settings page of the Manage Service Orders wizard.

      The service modification window shows the added devices with system recommended choices for UNI. To select a different bandwidth than the applied default, see Changing the Endpoint Bandwidth.

    8. If the interface you selected in the previous step is already configured (duplicate) you must either manually enter a different value in the service VLAN ID fields, or check the Autopick VLAN ID field.
    9. Select an interface from the UNI Interface column.
    10. Click Finish to complete the modification of the service order and save the settings.
    11. In Deploy mode of the Service View of the Connectivity Services Director, select one of the following from the Manage Services page:
      • Schedule the change for immediate deployment.

      • Schedule the change for later deployment.

    12. Click OK.
    13. Use the System > Manage Jobs > Job Management workspace to monitor the progress and status of the deployment.

      Note: Alternatively, to display the Job Management page, from the Junos Space Platform UI, and select Jobs > Manage Jobs from the Tasks pane. You can also view the CSD Deployment Jobs page in Deploy mode of Service View by selecting the View Deployment Jobs option in the task pane.

    Deleting a UNI Interface and Deleting an Endpoint

    To delete a UNI from a multipoint-to-multipoint Ethernet service:

    1. in the Network Services > Connectivity view pane, select Service Provisioning > Manage Services.
    2. In the Manage Services page, select the service from which you want to delete a UNI.
    3. Click Modify at the top of the table of listed service orders.

      Current service settings appear in the main display area. The Service Parameters page contains a unique name for the service order that will request the change.

    4. In the service Order name field, change the name of the modification service order, if desired.
    5. Click the Site/Endpoint Settings button to view the interfaces on endpoints or devices that are associated with the service.
    6. In the User-to-Network Interfaces table, select the interfaces that you want to remove from being assigned to the service order, and click Delete at the top of the table.

      The selected UNI is removed from the table. If the deleted UNI was the only UNI selected on that device, then the device is deleted from the Endpoint Settings table.

    7. Click Finish to save the modified service order.
    8. In Deploy mode of the Service View of the Connectivity Services Director, select one of the following from the Manage Services page:
      • Schedule the change for immediate deployment.

      • Schedule the change for later deployment.

    9. Use the System > Manage Jobs > Job Management workspace to monitor the progress and status of the deployment.

      Note: Alternatively, to display the Job Management page, from the Jobs workspace of the Junos Space Platform UI, select Manage Jobs from the Tasks pane. You can also view the CSD Deployment Jobs page in Deploy mode of Service View by selecting the View Deployment Jobs option in the task pane.

    Changing the Endpoint Bandwidth

    To change the rate limit or bandwidth for an endpoint of a multipoint-to-multipoint Ethernet service:

    1. in the Network Services > Connectivity view pane, select Service Provisioning > Manage Services.
    2. In the Manage Services page, select the service on which you want to change the bandwidth of an endpoint.
    3. Click Modify at the top of the table of listed service orders.

      Current service settings appear in the main display area. The Service Parameters page of the wizard contains a unique name for the service order that will request the change.

    4. In the service Order name field, change the name of the modification service order, if desired.
    5. Click the Site/Endpoint Settings button to navigate to the corresponding page of the wizard. Click on the Bandwidth entry for the UNI on which you want to change the bandwidth.
    6. From the list of valid bandwidth settings, select the setting you want, then click Finish.
    7. In Deploy mode of the Service View of Connectivity Services Director, select one of the following:
      • Schedule the change for immediate deployment.

      • Schedule the change for later deployment.

    8. Click OK.
    9. Use the System > Manage Jobs > Job Management workspace to monitor the progress and status of the deployment.

      Note: Alternatively, to display the Job Management page, from the Junos Space Platform UI, select Jobs > Manage Jobs from the Tasks pane. You can also view the CSD Deployment Jobs page in Deploy mode of Service View by selecting the View Deployment Jobs option in the task pane.

    Changing Advanced Settings for an Endpoint

    To change advanced settings for an endpoint of a multipoint-to-multipoint Ethernet service:

    1. in the Network Services > Connectivity view pane, select Service Provisioning > Manage Services.
    2. In the Manage Services page, select the service on which you want to change one or more advanced settings for an endpoint.
    3. Click Modify at the top of the table of listed service orders.

      Current service settings appear in the main display area. The General Settings box contains a unique name for the service order that will request the change.

    4. In the service Order name field, change the name of the modified service order, if desired.
    5. In the Endpoint Settings page of the wizard, find the device endpoint you want to modify, and click Advanced for that table row.

      The Advanced Setting window displays the security and advanced settings that you can configure for a device.


      See the Service Attributes Overview for more information about configuring MAC security settings and advanced settings.

    6. In the MAC Security Settings box, make selections for MAC learning and MAC statistics and enter values for Interface MAC limit, MAC table size, and MAC table aging time.
    7. Enable or disable tunnel services by selecting or clearing the disable-tunnel-service check box.
    8. Enable or disable local switching by selecting or clearing the disable-local-switching check box.
    9. In the Fast reroute priority field, specify the reroute priority for a VPLS routing instance.
    10. In the Label block size field, specify the label block size for VPLS labels.
    11. In the Connectivity type field, select a connection-type to specify when a VPLS connection is taken down, depending on whether or not the interface for the VPLS routing instance is customer-facing or integrated routing and bridging (IRB)
    12. Click OK to save all your changes in the Advanced Setting window.
    13. Click Finish.
    14. In Deploy mode of the Service View, select one of the following:
      • Schedule the change for immediate deployment.

      • Schedule the change for later deployment.

    15. Click OK.
    16. Use the System > Manage Jobs > Job Management workspace to monitor the progress and status of the deployment.

      Note: Alternatively, to display the Job Management page, from the Junos Space Platform UI, select Jobs > Manage Jobs from the Tasks pane. You can also view the CSD Deployment Jobs page in Deploy mode of Service View by selecting the View Deployment Jobs option in the task pane.

    Modified: 2017-07-20