Cross Provisioning Platform for iPASOLINK Devices Overview
The Cross Provisioning Platform (CPP) software provides a real-time operations support system (OSS) for creating and deploying multivendor LAN or WAN services.
In addition to provisioning Juniper Networks and Nokia devices, the CPP application can provision services (that is, microwave links) on NEC’s iPASOLINK devices.
NEC has been involved in developing and providing field-proven, reliable, wireless backhaul solutions through the iPASOLINK series of microwave radio, for service providers all over the world. The iPASOLINK device provide wireless solutions.
Figure 1 illustrates the high-level architecture of how CPP communicates with iPASOLINK devices:
With Cross Provisioning Platform, you can:
Provision services across Juniper Networks devices and NEC’s iPASOLINK devices
Provision microwave links along with QoS configurations on iPASOLINK devices For more information about provisioning QoS settings on an iPASOLINK device, see Configuring QoS Settings for iPASOLINK Devices.
Provision pseudowire and Layer 3 VPN services across Juniper Networks devices and use iPASOLINK devices to deliver the services that span a wireless network.
For more information about provisioning microwave links across Juniper Networks and iPASOLINK devices , see Creating a Cross Provisioning Platform Service Definition for iPASOLINK Devices and Creating a Cross Provisioning Platform Service Order for iPASOLINK Devices.
The following functions are part of the native CPP functionality, but are not supported on iPASOLINK devices: