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    Creating a Layer 3 VPN Service Order in Cross Provisioning Platform for Third-Party Devices

    Cross Provisioning Platform is an extension of the Network Activate application within Junos Space, which provides a single pane of interaction to deploy services across vendor network devices. This topic discusses how Layer 3 VPN service order is created and deployed across third-party devices involved in Cross Provisioning Platform.

    You need to create a Layer 3 VPN service definition before you create a Layer 3 VPN service order. Refer to Creating a Layer 3 VPN Service Definition in Cross Provisioning Platform for Third-Party Devices for information about how to create a Layer 3 VPN service definition.

    To create a Layer 3 VPN service order:

    1. From the Cross Provisioning Platform task pane, select CPP > Service Orders.

      The Service Orders page that appears displays a list of the existing service orders.

    2. Click the Create CPP Service Order icon above the tool grid.

      The Create CPP Service Order page that appears contains the General Settings section.

    3. In the General Settings section, perform the following steps:
      1. In the Select Service Definition section, select a service definition based on the unique ID, name or type.

        Note: The value in the ID field is associated with a service definition. This identifier can be used when you are searching for a particular service definition while creating a device configlet order. You can search the service definition by its name, type or unique ID. You can modify the ID only during the migration of old service definition IDs.

      2. In the Order description field, type 3 through 256 alphanumeric characters to describe the service order.
    4. Click Next.

      The Create L3VPN Service page that appears contains the General , RD/RT, MVPN Settings, Step:1 Select Site, Step:2 Select Site Interface, and Step:3 Enter Staged Interface Details sections.

    5. On the Create L3VPN Service page, perform the following steps:
      • In the General section:

        The Name field is filled by default with the name of the service order.

        1. In the External ID field, type 3 through 128 alphanumeric characters to specify the external ID.
        2. In the Customer ID section, click View to view and select a customer ID from the list of customer IDs.
      • In the RD/RT section:
        • Select the Manual RT/RD check box to enter the route target (RT) and route distinguisher (RD) values manually.
          1. From the RD spin box, select any value.
          2. From the RT spin box, select any value.
      • In the MVPN Settings section:
        • Select the Enable MVPN check box to enable multicast VPN (MVPN) settings.
      • In the Step:1 Select Site section:
        • Select any site from the list of available sites.

          The site interfaces for the selected site automatically appear in the Step:2 Select Site Interface section.

      • In the Step:2 Select Site Interface section:
        • Select one or more site interfaces from the list of available site interfaces.
      • Click Add to Staged Interfaces.

        The site interfaces that you selected are added to the staged interfaces and appear in the Step:3 Enter Staged Interface Details section.

      • In the Step:3 Enter Staged Interface Details section, perform the following steps for all staged interfaces:

        The Site Name and Port fields are automatically populated as soon as you add the site interfaces to the staged interfaces. Because the validation of VLAN is also done automatically, the Validate VLAN field is also filled.

        1. From the Ethernet Option spin box, select any Ethernet switching option.
        2. From the VLAN ID spin box, select any VLAN ID.
        3. Select the IP Address field to enter the corresponding IP address of the staged interface.
        4. Select the Subnet field to enter the subnet range.
        5. Select the Settings field to access the Advanced Settings page.

          Note: The Advanced Settings page contains the routing protocol and L2 extension field sets that are UNI specific. If you select the MVPN check box, you can view and edit the MVPN settings. You can add or remove a UNI interface in the Action column. The option to delete the previously added sites is also offered in the Action column.

    6. Click Create.

      The Job Details dialog box that appears displays the job ID. You can click the Job ID link to view the job details.

      Note: Click Create More to further modify the service order settings. The details that you provide on the Create L3VPN Service page determine which fields are displayed to help you further modify the service order settings.

    Modified: 2017-02-15