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    Specifying Devices and Filters in the Wizard for Creating a Service Recovery Request

    After you select a service definition to create a service recovery request, you can specify the devices and filters to associate with the service recovery request. The Rule Parameters page of the wizard displays the devices and filters, with the devices listed in the Name column. You can specify a VCID Range and RouteTarget Range to complete the definition of the service recovery profile search.

    To specify the rule parameters in the service recovery request creation wizard:

    1. From the View selector, select Service View.

      The workspaces that are applicable to routing and tunnel services are displayed.

    2. Click the Build icon in Service View of the Connectivity Services Director banner.

      The functionalities that you can configure in Build mode are displayed on the Tasks pane.

    3. In the View pane, select the Network Services > Connectivity node without expanding the tree and selecting a type of service.

      The tasks that are applicable for the different connectivity services are displayed on the Tasks pane.

    4. From the Network Services > Connectivity Tasks pane, select Service Recovery > View Recovered Services.

      The Service Recovery page is displayed with a list of recovered services.

    5. Click the New icon above the table of listed service orders and service definitions.

      The Select Service Recovery Options page of the Create Service Recovery Request wizard is displayed.

    6. In the Select Devices and Filter Criteria sections of the wizard page, specify the devices and filters for the service recovery operation.
    7. Fill in the fields as described in the following table.

      Field

      Action

      Select Devices

      Devices

      Select the check boxes beside the devices whose services you want to recover. The hostnames, IP addresses, managed states, OS versions, and roles of the devices are displayed in a table.

      Add

      Click the Add button to open a dialog box to select the N-PE device you want to associate with the service recovery request. From the Choose Endpoints dialog box that appears, select the devices that you want to participate in the service. Use the multiple selection feature to select one or more devices. The search box that is present in the Choose Endpoints dialog box enables search across all the columns displayed in the dialog box.

      Click OK to add the devices to the service recovery request. The dialog box closes and you are returned to the Select Devices table that lists the endpoints that you selected.

      Delete

      Select the check boxes beside the devices you want to remove from the service recovery request, and click the Delete button to remove the devices from the table.

      Filter Criteria

      Recover Templates

      Select this check box to recover service templates during the service recovery operation for the associated devices.

      Recover Deleted EndPoints

      Select this check box to recover the deleted endpoints during the service recovery operation.

      Recover Modified EndPoints

      Select this check box to recover the modified endpoints during the service recovery operation.

      VCID Range

      This field is displayed if you have selected a point-to-point service definition.

      Specify the VCID range within which services are to be recovered.

      Range: 1 through 2147483647

      Note: The VCID Range parameter enables you to change the VCID range for services that had been configured previously outside of the context of Junos Space.

      Route Target Range

      This field is displayed for all the service types.

      Specify the route target range within which services are to be recovered. You can express the range in Autonomous System number format or IPv4 format:

      • AS number format—Autonomous system (AS) number format:<l2vpn-id:as-number:2-byte-number>. For example, 100:200. The AS number can be in the range from 1 through 65,535.

      • IPv4 format—<l2vpn-id:ip-address:2-byte-number>. For example, l2vpn-id:10.1.1.1:2. Make sure that this value is lower than the value specified as the maximum route target allowed.

      Note: The Route target parameter enables you to change the route target range for services that had been configured previously outside of the context of Junos Space.

      VPLS ID Range

      This field is displayed if you have selected a VPLS service definition.

      Specify the VPLS ID range within which the services are to be recovered.

      Range: 1 through 2147483647

      Hub-Route Target Range

      This field is displayed if you have you have selected a VPLS or Layer 3 VPN service definition.

      Specify the Hub-Route target range within which services are to be recovered. You can express the range in Autonomous System number format or IPv4 format:

      • AS number format—Autonomous system (AS) number format:<l2vpn-id:as-number:2-byte-number>. For example, 100:200. The AS number can be in the range from 1 through 65,535.

      • IPv4 format—<l2vpn-id:ip-address:2-byte-number>. For example, l2vpn-id:10.1.1.1:2. Make sure that this value is lower than the value specified as the maximum route target allowed.

      Spoke-Route Target Range

      This field is displayed if you have selected a VPLS or Layer 3 VPN service dfinition.

      Specify the Spoke-Route target range within which services are to be recovered. You can express the range in Autonomous System number format or IPv4 format:

      • AS number format—Autonomous system (AS) number format:<l2vpn-id:as-number:2-byte-number>. For example, 100:200. The AS number can be in the range from 1 through 65,535.

      • IPv4 format—<l2vpn-id:ip-address:2-byte-number>. For example, l2vpn-id:10.1.1.1:2. Make sure that this value is lower than the value specified as the maximum route target allowed.

    8. When you complete defining the Service Recovery Profile, proceed to Reviewing the Configured Settings in the Wizard for Creating a Service Recovery Request.

      Alternatively, click Done to trigger the service recovery operation.

      The Connectivity Services Director application fetches the latest device configuration. It then processes the device configuration to derive the configuration of selected service types. A message is displayed to denote that the service recovery request is being saved in the database.

      Note:

      • In case of a Layer 3 VPN service with pseudowire attached, you have to first recover the Layer 3 VPN service, and then the point-to-point service.

      When the service recovery operation completes, the Service Recovery Report window appears. The service recovery report for each service is displayed in different tabs.

    Modified: 2017-07-20