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    Managing CFM Profiles

    The Manage OAM Profiles inventory page displays the profiles you created to configure OAMs (Operation, Administration, and Maintenance). The connectivity fault management (CFM) profiles and action profiles, the link fault management (LFM) profiles and action profiles, service-level agreement (SLA) iterator profiles, and RFC 2544-based test profiles are displayed on this page. You can identify the type of profile from the Profile Type column.

    You can perform the following tasks on this page:

    • Create and modify different types of profiles
    • Publish and unpublish the created profiles
    • View the details of previously created profiles
    • Attach the profiles to and detach the profiles from endpoints

    To view the different OAM profiles:

    1. From the View selector, select Device View.

      The workspaces that are applicable to this view are displayed.

    2. From the Junos Space user interface, click the Build icon on the Connectivity Services Director banner.

      The functionalities that you can configure in this mode are displayed in the task pane.

    3. From the View pane, click the plus sign (+) beside the My Network item in the View pane to expand the tree and select the device node you want for which you want to create the CFM profile.

      The device type selected within the device model tree is highlighted.

    4. From the Tasks pane, select the name of the profile that you want to create. To manage OAM profiles for a device, select Profiles > OAM.

      The Manage OAM Profiles page is displayed. The following fields are displayed on this page:

      • Name—The unique name assigned to the profile.
      • Profile Type—Type of the profile, such as CFM, LFM, CFM ACtion Profile, LFM Action Profile, SLA Iterator, or RFC2544 Test.
      • State—State of the profile:
        • Published—The profile is available for use by service provisioners.
        • Unpublished—The profile is not yet available for use by service provisioners.
      • Created By—Name of the user who created the profile.
      • Description—User-defined description of the profile.
    5. You can use the search text box to filter the profiles by name or by tag names that you create. When you start to type a name in the search box, it automatically completes the name.
    6. Double-click a profile to view more detailed information. The profile details are displayed in a dialog box.

    Modified: 2016-03-14