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    Creating a Multicast VPN Service Order

    This topic describes how to use the Network Activate application to create a Multicast VPN (MVPN) service order.

    Note: Multicast VPN services are supported on LN2600, SRX 550/650, and MX devices only.

    1. To select a service definition on which to base the new service order, in the Network Activate task pane, select Service Provisioning > Manage Service Orders > Create L3VPN Service Order.
    2. In the Select Service Definition window, select the service definition upon which you want to base your service order, then click Next.
    3. In the Enter Order Information window, enter information in the relevant fields as described in the following table:

      Field

      Description

      Service Definition

      The service definition upon which this service order is based.

      Name

      Type a name for the service order.

      Customer

      Enter the customer for which you are creating the service order.

      Comments

      Enter comments to describe the service order (optional).

      MVPN

      If selected, this check box indicates that the service order is intended to function in a Multicast VPN. This check box is selected if it was selected in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      VPN Settings

      The VPN settings listed in this panel correspond to the settings selected in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      Autopick VLAN ID

      This check box is selected automatically if it was selected in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      Autopick Hub Route Target

      This check box is selected automatically if it was selected in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      Autopick Spoke Route Target

      This check box is selected automatically if it was selected in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      Autopick Hub Route Distinguisher

      This check box is selected automatically if it was selected in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      Autopick Spoke Route Distinguisher

      This check box is selected automatically if it was selected in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      Autopick Interface IP Address

      This check box is selected automatically if it was selected in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      VRF Table Label

      This check box is selected automatically if it was selected in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      Export Direct Routes

      This check box is selected automatically if it was selected in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      PE-CE Settings

      Routing Protocol

      OSPF/Static Route–This routing protocol corresponds to the protocol selected in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      OSPF domain ID

      This field is optional.

    4. Click Next.
    5. Select the device for which you want to implement the service order.
    6. Click Next.
    7. In the Endpoint Settings window, enter information as described in the following table:

      Field

      Description

      Add Endpoints

      Device

      Add the devices for which you intend to implement this service order.

      UNI Interface

      Select the interface on each device for which you intend to implement this service order.

      UNI Description

      Enter the description for the selected UNI interface. The Description field is displayed in Modify Service Order, View Service Order Details, Modify Service, and View Service windows. You can edit this field while modifying a Layer 3 VPN service order or service.

      Range: 0 through 128 characters

      Set loopback

      Select this check box to create a loopback interface for the service order.

      Note: If you provision a loopback interface for an L3VPN service, an operator is able to identify a VRF routing instance. Thereafter, an operator can manually ping a remote CE router from a local PE router.

      Ethernet option

      VLAN

      This field displays the value specified in the service definition upon which you are basing this service order.

      UNI interface

      Select the interface on the device for which you intend to implement this service order.

      Autopick interface IP

      This check box is selected automatically if it was selected in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      IP pool type

      Global

      This field displays the value specified in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      IP address pool

      Select the IP address pool from the list.

      IP block size

      This field displays the value specified in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      Autopick VLAN ID

      This check box is selected automatically if it was selected in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      Routing protocol

      BGP

      This field displays the value specified in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      Autopick neighbor IP

      This check box is selected automatically if it was selected in the service definition upon which this service order is based.

      Peer AS

      The peer autonomous system number.

      Select a Peer AS from the list.

    8. Click Create.

    Modified: 2017-02-15