Configuring Service Scopes (SRC CLI)
Adding Service Scopes (SRC CLI)
Use the following configuration statement to configure service scopes:
To add a service scope:
From configuration mode, enter the service scope configuration. In this sample procedure, the scope is called EntJunos.user@host# edit services scope EntJunos
Configure the precedence of the service scope.[edit services scope EntJunos]user@host# set precedence precedence
(Optional) Verify your configuration.
[edit services scope EntJunos] user@host# show precedence 2;
Assigning Services and Mutex Groups to Service Scopes (SRC CLI)
To assign services and Mutex Groups to a scope:
Add the service or mutex group at the edit services scope hierarchy level.
For example, to add a service to a service scope called video, enter the following:user@host# edit services scope video service Video-Gold
Assigning Service Scopes to VRs or Subscribers (SRC CLI)
You can assign multiple service scopes to a VR or subscriber, and you can assign a service scope to multiple VRs and subscribers.
To assign a service scope:
Enter the configuration for the object to which you want to add the service scope. For example:user@host# edit shared network device erx-node1 virtual-router default
Assign a scope to the object.[edit shared network device erx-node1 virtual-router default]user@host# set scope scope