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Cisco IP Solution Center L2VPN and Carrier Ethernet User Guide, 6.0
Chapter 7 Creating an L2VPN Policy
Defining an Ethernet ERS (EVPL) Policy with a CE
Step 1 Click Next. The window in Figure 7-3 appears.
The Editable check box gives you the option of making a field editable. If you check the Editable check
box, the service operator who is using this L2VPN policy can modify the editable parameter during
L2VPN service request creation.
Figure 7-3 Ethernet ERS (EVPL) with CE Policy Attributes
Step 2 Check the Standard UNI Port check box to enable port security.
This is the default. When you uncheck the check box, the port is treated as an uplink with no security
features, and the window dynamically changes to eliminate items related to port security.
Note The Standard UNI Port attribute will be unavailable within service requests based on this policy if the
UNI is on an N-PE device running IOS XR.
Step 3 Choose an Interface Type from the drop-down list.
You can choose a particular interface on a U-PE or N-PE interface based on the service provider’s POP
design. The interfaces are:
• ANY (Any interface can be chosen.)
• Port-Channel (A bundle of ports that share the same characteristics—this gives the service provider
the ability to aggregate bandwidth and protection.)