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    Creating an Inverse Multiplexing for ATM Service Order

    Before you can create a service order that implements Inverse Multiplexing for ATM (IMA), you must preconfigure a T1 or E1 IMA Group interface (at-fpc/pic/g) on the devices upon which you want to deploy the service, before you prestage the devices in the Junos Space Network Activate application.

    To create an Inverse Multiplexing for ATM service order:

    1. In the Network Activate task pane, select Service Provisioning > Manage Service Orders > Create P2P Service Orders. The Create P2P Service Order window appears.
    2. Select the service definition upon which you want to create the service order. The Create P2P Service Order window appears. The left panel displays a representation of the connection you are configuring. The right panel displays the General/Connectivity Settings.
    3. Fill in the fields in the General/Connectivity panel.
    4. Click Next. The Endpoint Settings panel for Endpoint A appears.
    5. Fill in the Endpoint A settings. Ensure that you select a device on which a T1 or E1 IMA Group interface was preconfigured.
    6. Click Next. The Endpoint Settings panel for Endpoint Z appears.
    7. Fill in the Endpoint Z settings. Ensure that you select a device on which a T1 or E1 IMA Group interface was preconfigured.
    8. Click Create. The Deployment Options window appears.
    9. Select the deployment option you want and click OK:
      • Save only
      • Deploy now
      • Schedule deployment (Specify the date and time.)

        The Network Activate application displays the Job Details window, which includes a Job Details ID number.

    10. In the Network Activate task pane, select Jobs > Job Management.
    11. In the Job Management window, you can view the status of the service that corresponds to the Job Details ID number.

    Modified: 2017-02-15