Creating a Subscription to BoD Services

When you create a subscription to a BoD service, you initially set a bandwidth level if available and not previously set. Tasks to create a subscription are:

  1. Setting a Bandwidth Level
  2. Adding Subscriptions to BoD Services

Setting a Bandwidth Level

To create a subscription to a bandwidth level:

  1. In the navigation pane of Enterprise Manager Portal, click the subscriber for whom you want to provision bandwidth.
  2. Click the Bandwidth & VPNs tab.

    Note: If VPN features are not configured, the tab is named Bandwidth.

    The Bandwidth & VPNs page appears.

    Figure 3: Bandwidth & VPNs Page

    Bandwidth & VPNs Page
  3. Using the field description below, select a bandwidth level, and click Apply.

    The bandwidth level becomes available, and the fields for setting BoD services appear on the Bandwidth page.

Bandwidth Level Fields in Enterprise Manager Portal

Use the field in this topic to define the bandwidth level.

Bandwidth Level

Adding Subscriptions to BoD Services

To add a subscription to a BoD service:

  1. In the navigation pane of Enterprise Manager Portal, click the subscriber to assign to a BoD service.
  2. Click the Bandwidth & VPNs tab.
  3. If a bandwidth level has not been set, specify a bandwidth level.

    The bandwidth level becomes available, and the fields for setting BoD services appear on the Bandwidth & VPNs page.

    Figure 4: Bandwidth & VPNs Page with a Bandwidth Level Set

    Bandwidth & VPNs Page with a Bandwidth
Level Set
  4. Click Create Bandwidth Rule.

    The Create Rule dialog box appears.

  5. Using field values to configure subscriptions for BoD services.

    See BoD Service Fields in Enterprise Manager Portal

    You can configure any number of subscriptions by assigning different traffic flows, identified by rules under Affected Traffic on the Bandwidth & VPNs page, to different BoD services.

  6. Click Create.

    The subscription appears in the Bandwidth & VPNs page.

BoD Service Fields in Enterprise Manager Portal

Use the fields in this topic to configure subscriptions for BoD services.

Rule Name

IP Protocols

ToS Byte

Use an x to indicate a bit to be ignored.

Source IP Addresses

Source Ports

Destination IP Addresses

Destination Ports

TCP Flags

Fragmentation Flags

Fragment Offset

Packet Length

ICMP Type

The following list shows the symbolic name and associated numbers for ICMP types. The ICMP types are the same as those on devices running Junos OS with the addition of traceroute.

ICMP Code

BoD Service

Destination VPN

Enabled