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Cisco IP Solution Center L2VPN and Carrier Ethernet User Guide, 6.0
Chapter 6 Managing a FlexUNI/EVC ATM-Ethernet Interworking Service Request
Creating a FlexUNI/EVC ATM-Ethernet Interworking Service Request
• Choose a VPN.
Note When working with VPN objects in the context of FlexUNI/EVC policies and service requests,
only the VPN name and customer attributes are relevant. Other VPN attributes related to MPLS
and VPLS are ignored.
• Specify a bridge domain configuration (if applicable).
• Specify a service request description.
• Specify automatic or manual allocation of the VC ID or VPLS VPN ID.
• Add direct connect links (if applicable).
• Add links with L2 access nodes (if applicable).
• Choose the N-PE and UNI interface for links.
• For links with L2 access nodes, choose a Named Physical Circuit (NPC) if more than one NPC exists
from the N-PE or the UNI interface.
• Edit the link attributes.
• Modify the service request.
• Save the service request.
Creating a FlexUNI/EVC ATM-Ethernet Interworking Service
To create a FlexUNI/EVC ATM-Ethernet Interworking service request, perform the following steps.
Step 1 Choose Service Inventory > Inventory and Connection Manager > Service Requests.
The Service Requests window appears.
Step 2 Click Create.
Step 3 Choose FlexUNI (EVC) from the drop-down list.
The Select EVC Policy window appears. If more than one FlexUNI/EVC policy exists, a list of
FlexUNI/EVC policies appears. FlexUNI/EVC service requests must be associated with a FlexUNI/EVC
policy. You choose a FlexUNI/EVC ATM-Ethernet Interworking policy from the policies previously
Chapter 5, “Creating a FlexUNI/EVC ATM-Ethernet Interworking Policy”).
Step 4 Choose a FlexUNI/EVC ATM-Ethernet Interworking policy from the list.
Step 5 Click OK.
The EVC Service Request Editor window appears. The new service request inherits all the properties of
the chosen FlexUNI/EVC ATM-Ethernet Interworking policy, such as all the editable and non-editable
features and pre-set parameters.
Step 6 Continue with the steps contained in the next section, Setting the Service Request Details, page 6-3.