Adding VPNs for Retailers and Enterprises

When you add a VPN to the SRC configuration, you are creating a VPN configuration object that represents a VPN that is already configured in the network. You can add a VPN for a retailer or for an enterprise.

Before you add a VPN to the configuration, obtain the identifier for the VPN. This identifier is the name of the routing instances on a device running Junos OS that implements the VPN.

To add a VPN to subscriber configuration for a retailer or an enterprise:

  1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that configures the VPN.
    [edit]user@host# edit subscribers retailer name vpn vpn-id

    or

    [edit]user@host# edit subscribers retailer name subscriber-folder folder-name enterprise name vpn vpn-id

    where vpn-id is the name of the routing instances on a device running Junos OS that implements the VPN.

  2. (Optional) Provide a name to identify the VPN as it appears in other SRC components, such a the Enterprise Manager Portal or other login pages.
    [edit subscribers retailer name vpn vpn-id ]user@host# edit display-name display-name

    For example, to label the VPN as one used for video conferences with corporate partners:

    [edit subscribers retailer name vpn vpn-id ]user@host# edit display-name “Partner Video Conference”
  3. (Optional) Add a description of the VPN.
    [edit subscribers retailer name vpn vpn-id ]user@host# edit description description

    For example:

    [edit subscribers retailer name vpn vpn-id ]user@host# edit description “VPN for video conference with partners”
  4. Verify that the configuration is correct. For example:
    [edit subscribers retailer Acme vpn 1234]
    user@host# show
    display-name "Partner Video Conference";
    description "VPN for video conference with partners.";

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