Viewing Decommissioned LSP Service Orders
In certain situations, you might decommission a service that a customer no longer needs. You cannot decommission a service if a service order requesting action on that service is in the Requested, Scheduled, In Progress, or Invalid state. You can view the decommissioned service orders in a separate page to determine whether you want to delete it completely.
To view and determine the status of RSVP LSP service orders in a tabular form:
- Select Service View from the View Selector. The workspaces that are applicable to routing and tunnel services are displayed.
- From the Junos Space user interface, click the Deploy icon in the Connectivity Services Director banner. The functionalities that you can configure in this mode are displayed in the task pane.
- From the View pane, click the plus sign (+) to expand the Network Services tree and select the Tunnel node.
- In the Network Services > Tunnel View pane, select Service Provisioning > Decommissioned Service Orders.
The Manage LSP Service Deployment page is displayed on the right pane.
A table of service orders on the system appears in the main display area. The following fields are displayed on this page:
Name—Unique name assigned to the service.
Customer—Name of the customer for which the service is provided.
Deployed-Active—Denotes a service that has been deployed and is in an active state (enabled).
Deployed-Inactive–Denotes a service that has been deployed and is in a deactivated state (disabled.
Deployment-Pending—Denotes a service for which deployment of the service to a device is pending to be performed.
Failed Deploy—An attempt to modify the service failed.
LSP (Label-switched path)
Latest Job—Unique identifier assigned by the system for a deployment job. Click the link in the job ID to open the CSD Deployment Jobs. The table on that page lists configuration deployment jobs.
Created By—The screen name of the user who created the service order
Created Date—The date and when you created the service order.
From this page, you can create a service order, modify the properties of the service order, conduct a functional or configuration audit, deploy or deactivate the service order, and view alarms associated with a particular service order for debugging and corrective action.
- To view details of a specific service order, double-click the table row that summarizes the service order.