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    Choosing a Predefined Service Definition

    Table 1 lists the predefined service definitions that Junos Space provides for Ethernet point-to-point services that use LDP in the network core. Table 2 lists the predefined service definitions for multipoint-to-multipoint (full mesh) services. Table 3 lists the predefined service definitions for point-to-multipoint (hub and spoke) services.

    Table 1: Standard Ethernet Point-to-Point Service Definitions

    Standard Service Definition Name

    Service Attributes

    ELine-Dot1q-SingleVLAN

    • Point-to-point service for M Series and MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • 802.1Q endpoint circuit types
    • Customer traffic is single VLAN
    • Flexible-ethernet-services physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    ELine-Dot1q-SingleVLAN-CCC

    • Point-to-point service for J Series, M Series, and MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • 802.1Q endpoint circuit types
    • Customer traffic is single VLAN
    • Vlan-ccc physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    ELine-Dot1q-SingleVLAN-Ext-CCC

    • Point-to-point service for J Series, M Series, and MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • 802.1Q endpoint circuit types
    • Customer traffic is single VLAN
    • Extended-vlan-ccc physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    ELine-PortBased

    • Point-to-point service for J Series, M Series, and MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • 802.1Q endpoint circuit types
    • Port-based UNI
    • Rate limiting default 10 Mbps

    ELine-QinQ-AllVLAN

    • Point-to-point service for M Series and MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • Q-in-Q endpoint circuit types
    • All customer traffic
    • Flexible-ethernet-services physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    ELine-QinQ-AllVLAN-CCC

    • Point-to-point service for J Series, M Series, and MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • Q-in-Q endpoint circuit types
    • All customer traffic
    • Vlan-ccc physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    ELine-QinQ-AllVLAN-Ext-CCC

    • Point-to-point service for J Series, M Series, and MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • Q-in-Q endpoint circuit types
    • All customer traffic
    • Extended-vlan-ccc physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    ELine-QinQ-VLANRange

    • Point-to-point service for MX Series devices only
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • Q-in-Q endpoint circuit types
    • Customer traffic is range of VLANs
    • Flexible-ethernet-services physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    ELine-QinQ-VLANRange-CCC

    • Point-to-point service for MX Series devices only
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • Q-in-Q endpoint circuit types
    • Customer traffic is range of VLANs
    • Vlan-ccc physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    ELine-QinQ-VLANRange-Ext-CCC

    • Point-to-point service for MX Series devices only
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • Q-in-Q endpoint circuit types
    • Customer traffic is range of VLANs
    • Extended-vlan-ccc physical encapsulation
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    Eline-BGP-QinQ-AllVLAN

    • Ethernet service for M/MX/ACX device family
    • Gigabit Ethernet interface
    • Q-in-Q endpoint interface type
    • Transport all traffic
    • Flexible-ethernet-services physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limit from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    Eline-BGP-Dot1q-SingleVLAN

    • Ethernet service for M/MX/ACX device family
    • Gigabit Ethernet interface
    • 802.1Q endpoint interface types
    • Single VLAN traffic
    • Flexible-ethernet-services physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limit from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    Eline-BGP-PortBased

    • Ethernet service for M/MX/ACX device family
    • Gigabit Ethernet interface
    • Port-based UNIs
    • Ethernet-ccc physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limit from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    Table 2: Standard Multipoint-to-Multipoint Service Definitions

    Standard Service Definition Name

    Service Attributes

    ELAN-BGP-Dot1q-Normalized-VLAN-None

    • Multipoint-to-multipoint Ethernet service for M Series and MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • Customer VLAN IDs not preserved
    • 802.1Q endpoint circuit types
    • Customer traffic is single VLAN
    • Flexible-ethernet-services physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    ELAN-BGP-Dot1Q-SingleVLAN

    • Multipoint-to-multipoint Ethernet service for M Series and MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • 802.1Q endpoint circuit types
    • Customer traffic is single VLAN
    • Flexible-ethernet-services physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    ELAN-BGP-PortBased

    • Multipoint-to-multipoint Ethernet service for M series and MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • Port-based UNIs
    • Transports all customer traffic
    • Ethernet VPLS as physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    ELAN-BGP-QinQ-AllVLAN

    • Multipoint-to-multipoint Ethernet service for M Series and MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • Q-in-Q endpoint circuit types
    • All customer traffic
    • Flexible-ethernet-services physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    ELAN-BGP-QinQ-AllVLAN-Normalized-All

    • Multipoint-to-multipoint Ethernet service for M Series and MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • Customer VLAN IDs preserved
    • Q-in-Q endpoint circuit types
    • All customer traffic
    • Flexible-ethernet-services physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    ELAN-BGP-QinQ-AllVLAN-Normalized-None-10-100M

    • Multipoint-to-multipoint Ethernet service for M Series and MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • Q-in-Q endpoint circuit types
    • VLAN IDs not preserved
    • All customer traffic
    • Flexible-ethernet-services physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    ELAN-BGP-QinQ-Range-Normalized-VLAN

    • Multipoint-to-multipoint Ethernet service for M Series and MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • Customer VLAN IDs preserved
    • Q-in-Q endpoint circuit types
    • Transports specified VLAN range
    • Flexible Ethernet services physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    Table 3: Standard Point-to-Multipoint Service Definitions

    Standard Service Definition Name

    Service Attributes

    ELAN-Hub-Spoke-QinQ-AllVLAN

    • Point to-multipoint Ethernet service for M Series and MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • Customer VLAN IDs are not preserved
    • Q-in-Q endpoint interface types
    • All customer traffic
    • Flexible-ethernet-services physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    ELAN-Hub-Spoke-QinQ-AllVLAN-No

    • Point-to-multipoint Ethernet service for M Series or MX Series devices
    • Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
    • Customer VLAN IDs are preserved
    • Q-in-Q endpoint interface types
    • All customer traffic
    • Flexible-ethernet-services physical encapsulation type
    • Rate limiting from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps with 10 Mbps increment

    Many of the service attributes can be edited in the service order, which allows the flexibility for creating most of the service orders you will need from these predefined service definitions.

    To view the contents of a predefined service definition, follow these steps:

    1. In the Network Activate task pane, select Service Design > Manage Service Definitions.

      The Manage Service Definitions page appears and shows all the service definitions present on your system.

    2. Double click the predefined service definition you want to review.

      Details of the service definition replace the Manage Service Definitions page.

      Tip: If predefined and customized service definitions both exist on your system, you can easily find the predefined ones in the service definition inventory page.

    3. When you are done reviewing the service definition, click Back to return to the Manage Service Definitions page.

    For detailed descriptions of each of the predefined service definitions and their service attributes, see Predefined Service Definitions

    Modified: 2017-01-19