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    Creating a Cross Provisioning Platform Service Order

    Before you create a Cross Provisioning Platform service order, you must complete the following tasks:

    • Import into the system the scripts that define the Juniper Networks devices.
    • Import into the system the scripts that define the third-party devices.
    • Create the service definition upon which to base the service order.

    To create a Cross Provisioning Platform service order:

    1. in the Cross Provisioning Platform task pane, select CPP > Service Orders.
    2. In the Service Orders window, click the + button. The Create CPP Service Order window appears.
    3. In the General Settings 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.

    4. In the Order description field, enter a description of the service that distinguishes its operation from others.
    5. Click Next.

      The selected service definition GUI script appears.

      Note: The following representation of a Point-to-Point GUI script window is a sample only. The appearance of this window is based on the scripts that are associated with the service definition upon which the service is based.

    6. Enter information for the parameters of the GUI script window according to the descriptions in the following table:

      Parameter

      Description

      General

      Name

      Enter a unique name for the service order to distinguish it from others that operate differently.

      Jumbo

      Jumbo frame 3900

      Jumbo frame 9000

      Sets the MTU frame size to 3900

      Sets the MTU frame size to 9000

      Default: 1596

      Site B Selector

      Site B port type

      Customer Facing Port

      Network Facing Port

      Site A – Customer Facing Port

      Site name

      Select the device from the list of devices displayed.

      Resync now

      Resyncs the interface on the selected device.

      Note: This parameter pertains to third-party devices only.

      Port

      Select a port from the list of ports displayed.

      Service speed

      Select the appropriate bandwidth for the selected site.

      Canoga device?

      If you select this check box, the software checks to determine whether the device is a Canoga device.

      Anda untagged?

      If you select this check box, the software checks to determine whether the device is an untagged Anda device.

      Outer encapsulation

      Enter an integer, or select the up or down arrow to select a value for the Outer encapsulation.

      Validate

      If this check box is selected, the system validates the encapsulation value with the specified site and port.

      Untagged/802.1q?

      If this check box is selected, the software checks to determine whether 802.1q was specified as the Ethernet option in UNI Settings.

      Inner encapsulation

      Enter an integer, or select the up or down arrow to select a value for the Inner encapsulation.

      L2 Extension

      Site name

      Select the device from the list of devices displayed.

      UNI port

      Select a UNI port from the list of ports displayed.

      Uplink port

      Select a NNI port form the list of ports displayed.

      UNI encapsulation

      Enter an integer, or select the up or down arrow to select a value for the UNI encapsulation.

      Validate

      If this check box is selected, the system validates the encapsulation value with the specified site and port.

      Site B – Customer Facing Port

      Site name

      Select the device from the list of devices displayed.

      Resync now

      Resyncs the interface on the selected device.

      Note: This parameter pertains to third-party devices only.

      Port

      Select a port from the list of ports displayed.

      Service speed

      Select the appropriate bandwidth for the selected site.

      Canoga device?

      If you select this check box, the software checks to determine whether the device is a Canoga device.

      Anda untagged?

      If you select this check box, the software checks to determine whether the device is an untagged Anda device.

      Outer encapsulation

      Enter an integer, or select the up or down arrow to select a value for the Outer encapsulation.

      Validate

      If this check box is selected, the system validates the encapsulation value with the specified site and port.

      Untagged/802.1q?

      If this check box is selected, the software checks to determine whether 802.1q was specified as the Ethernet option in UNI Settings.

      Inner encapsulation

      Enter an integer, or select the up or down arrow to select a value for the Inner encapsulation.

      L2 Extension

      Site name

      Select the device from the list of devices displayed.

      UNI port

      Select a UNI port from the list of ports displayed.

      Uplink port

      Select a NNI port from the list of ports displayed.

      UNI encapsulation

      Enter an integer, or select the up or down arrow to select a value for the UNI encapsulation.

      Validate

      If this check box is selected, the system validates the encapsulation value with the specified site and port.

    7. Click Create or click Create More to provision additional endpoints.

    Modified: 2017-02-15