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    Predefined Hub-and Spoke Layer 3 VPN Service Definitions

    The Network Activate software provides predefined service definitions that use BGP or OSPF routing protocols that you, the service provisioner, can use to create a service order. You must have a Service Designer user role to use Layer 3 VPN hub-and-spoke service definitions.

    You view predefined and custom service definitions in the Service Design >Manage Service Definitions inventory page. You can view service definition details or attributes in the Manage Service Definitions inventory page by double-clicking the service definition.

    You can also view service instance details by selecting Service Provisioning > Manage Service Orders.

    Table 1 describes the predefined or standard hub-and-spoke (one interface) service definitions and their preconfigured service attributes. You can not reconfigure attributes in these predefined services. However, if you need custom attributes, create a new hub-and-spoke service definition to use, as described in Creating a Layer 3 VPN Hub-and-Spoke Service Definition.

    Table 1: Standard Hub-and-Spoke Service Definitions

    Standard Service Definition Name

    Description

    Predefined Service Attributes

    L3VPN-OSPF-Static (Hub-Spoke-1-Interface)

    L3VPN Hub and Spoke 1 interface with OSPF/Static as PE-CE routing protocol

    • VLAN ID selection: Auto pick

      This attribute is editable in the service order.

    • Route target: Auto pick
    • Pick VLAN within this range: N/A
    • Route target: Auto pick
    • Route distinguisher: Auto pick

      This attribute is editable in the service order.

      The VRF table label option is selected.

    • Allowed Routing Protocols: OSPF/Static Route

    L3VPN-BGP-Static (Hub-Spoke-1-Interface)

    L3VPN Hub and Spoke 1 interface with BGP/Static as PE-CE routing protocol

    • VLAN ID selection: Auto pick

      This attribute is editable in the service order.

    • Route target: Auto pick
    • Pick VLAN within this range: N/A
    • Route target: Auto pick
    • Route distinguisher: Auto pick

      This attribute is editable in the service order.

      The VRF table label option is selected.

    • Allowed Routing Protocols: BGP/Static Route
     

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    Modified: 2017-02-02