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    Modifying a Saved Service Order

    Before a service order can affect a service, it must transition through the following states:

    • Requested—When the service provisioner has created the service order, but has not yet attempted to deploy it or schedule it for deployment, the service order is in the Requested state.

    • Scheduled—After the service provisioner has scheduled the service order for deployment, the service order transitions to the Scheduled state.

    • In Progress—When a scheduled service order reaches its time for deployment, it transitions to the transitory In Progress state. From this state, the Junos Space software attempts to deploy the service.

    • Validated—When all the information in the service order is successfully validated, the service order transitions to the Validated state.

    • Completed—Successful deployment transitions the service order to the Completed state.

    • Invalid—If the Junos Space software cannot deploy the service because of invalid information in the service order itself, the service order enters the Invalid state. The service provisioner must resolve the issues that cause the failure before re-creating the service order and rescheduling it for deployment.

    • Failed Deploy—If the device is down or the Junos Space software is unable to push the service configuration to the device, the service order transitions to the Failed Deploy state.

    • Deactivated—When you disable a service order, the configuration attributes associated with such a service order are deactivated and commented out in the device settings. By disabling a service, the traffic processing for the traversed packets is impacted. In certain network topologies, you might require a service-related settings to be disabled for a certain period to perform troubleshooting or modification to the traffic-handling method, and you might want to reactivate a disabled service later when you have completed network maintenance and analysis work. In such a case, it might be beneficial to use the deactivation functionality for a service order. The deactivated service is propagated to the devices associated with the service order. To disable a service, the service must not contain any pending or uncommitted changes. Also, the service must be in the Deployed or Re-Activated state.

    • Reactivated—After you disable a service order to deactivate the configuration settings on devices mapped to the service, you might require the service settings to be reenabled after you have modified the service parameters, either directly on the device or using the Connectivity Services Director application. In such a case, you can use the reactivation functionality to revive and activate the service properties on devices. devices. To disable a service, the service must not contain any pending or uncommitted changes. Also, the service must be in the Deactivated state.

    Figure 1 illustrates the service order states.

    Figure 1: Service Order States

    Service Order States

    To view the state of a service order, in Deploy mode, select Network Services > Connectivity from the View pane and drill down to the type of service for which you want to modify a service order, and select Service Provisioning > Deploy Services from the task pane. The Manage Service Deployment inventory page lists the service orders and their state.

    The Junos Space Connectivity Services Director application provides the flexibility to modify an existing service order. You can modify a service order when the order state is Requested, Validated, or Invalid. You cannot modify a service order when the order state is Scheduled, Completed, or Failed Deploy.

    To modify a service order:

    1. In Deploy mode, select Network Services > Connectivity from the View pane and drill down to the type of service for which you want to modify a service order, and select Service Provisioning > Deploy Services from the task pane.
    2. From the Manage Service Deployment page, select an existing service order, and then click Modify.

      The Modify Service Order window appears.

      Note: The modify option is unavailable if the service order is in Scheduled, or Completed, or Failed Deployed state.

    3. Modify the fields as needed.

      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 table lists the fields that you can modify in a point-to-point service order, VPLS service order, and Layer 3 VPN service order.

      Point-to-Point Service Order

      VPLS Service Order

      Layer 3 VPN Service Order

      Name

      Name

      Name

      Customer

      Customer

      Customer

      Comments

      Comments

      Comments

      VLAN ID

      VLAN ID

      VLAN ID

      VCID

      Inner VLAN ID

      Route Target

      CFM

      VLAN Tag to stack

      Hub Route Target

      PE device

      PE device

      Spoke Route Target

      UNI interface

      UNI interface

      UNI Interface

      UNI description

      UNI description

      Route Distinguisher

      MTU (Bytes)

      MTU

      Hub Route Distinguisher

      Bandwidth

      Bandwidth

      Spoke Route Distinguisher

      RSVP LSP name

      Enable P2P-Spoke

      Autopick Interface IP Address

      PW backup settings

      Ethernet Option in case of Asymmetric

      VRF Table label

      VPI

      Neighbor Hub

      Export Direct Routes

      VCI

      Backup NeighborHub

      AS override

      Outgoing label

      Hub

      Hub

      -

      Customer VLAN Range Start

      Maximum prefixes

      -

      Customer VLAN Range End

      IP address pool

      Note: While modifying a Layer 3 VPN service order, you must select the IP address pool.

      -

      MAC learning

      Peer AS

      -

      Interface MAC limit

      -

      -

      MAC statistics

      -

      -

      MAC table size

      -

      -

      Disable tunnel services

      -

      -

      Disable local switching

      -

      -

      Fast reroute priority

      -

      -

      Label block size

      -

      -

      Connectivity type

      -

      Note: You can also change a local switching service order to a normal point-to-point service order.

    4. Click Save.

      The service order is modified. You can now deploy the service order with modified parameters to the device.

    Modified: 2017-07-20