Pseudowires — Provision L2vpn Pseudowires — Add/Edit/Delete Pseudowires Dialog Box

Description

Use the Add/Edit/Delete Pseudowires dialog box to create, modify, or delete pseudowires.

Click Provisioning > Pseudowires> Provision L2vpn Pseudowires, and then click Next in the Select Device dialog box after entering the details.

Permissions

Superuser, read-write

Elements

VPN Name field—Enter the name of the VPN in the field. If it is not specified, a VPN Name is automatically generated for the pseudowire.

Source Device Name drop-down list box—Select a source device from the drop-down list box.

Destination Device Name drop-down list box—Select a destination device from the drop-down list box.

Interface Type drop-down list box—Select an interface type from the drop-down list box.

Select Template drop-down list box—Select a template you have earlier defined from the drop-down list box.

Select Route Distinguisher field—Enter the route distinguisher in the field. The route distinguisher is used to place bounds around a VPN so the same IP address prefixes can be used in different VPNs without having them overlap

VRF Community field—Enter the VRF target Community for the pseudowire. The syntax for the VRF target community is not a name. You must specify it in the format target:x:y. A community name cannot be specified because this would also require you to configure the community members for that community using a policy-options statement.

Encapsulation Type drop-down list box—Select an encapsulation type from the drop down list. The options for encapsulation type vary depending on the type of interface that you have selected.

Description—Enter a description of the pseudowire.

VPI—Common for both source and destination endpoints. Applicable only to ATM pseudowires.

VCI—Common for both source and destination endpoints. Applicable only to ATM pseudowires.

VLAN ID—Common for both source and destination endpoints. Applicable only to Ethernet pseudowires.

Provide Source Endpoint Details: allows you to enter details of the source endpoint as follows:

Provide Destination Endpoint Details: allows you to enter details of the destination endpoint as follows:

Add Entry button—Click this to add the pseudowire or save the modifications you made.

Edit button—Click this to make modifications to the pseudowire details.

Delete button—Click this to delete the tunnel.

Force Deploy button—Click this to push the configuration details to the devices even if you have not modified them.

Previous button—Click this to go to step 1: Select Device dialog box.

Next button—Click this to go to step 3: Confirm Add/Edit/Delete Pseudowires dialog box.

The table at the bottom of the wizard displays: