Cisco Systems OL-21636-01 Security Camera User Manual

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 12 Enter a VLAN NAME (optional) to specify a name to describe the VLAN.
The name must be one token (no spaces allowed.) The limit for the VLAN name is 32 characters. The
name has to be unique.
Step 13 Check the Use PseudoWireClass check box to enable the selection of a pseudowire class.
This attribute is only applicable for IOS XR devices. If the check box is checked, an additional attribute,
PseudoWireClass, appears in the GUI. Click the Select button of PseudoWireClass attribute to choose
a pseudowire class previously created in ISC. The pseudowire class name is used for provisioning
pw-class commands on IOS XR devices. See
Creating and Modifying Pseudowire Classes for IOS XR
Devices, page 2-10 for additional information on pseudowire class support for IOS XR devices.
Step 14 Choose an L2VPN Group Name from the drop-down list.
The choices are:
This attribute is used for provisioning the L2VPN group name on IOS XR devices.
Note The choices in the drop-down list are derived from a configurable DCPL property. For
information about how to define the L2VPN Group Name choices available in the drop-down
list, see Defining L2VPN Group Names for IOS XR Devices, page 2-14.
Step 15 Enter an E-Line Name to specify the point-to-point (p2p) E-line name.
This attribute is only applicable for IOS XR devices. If no value is specified for the p2p name, ISC
generates a default name consisting of the names of the two PEs forming the pseudowire, separated by
hyphens (for example, 6503-A----6503-B). If the default name is more than 32 characters, the device
names are truncated.
Step 16 Enter a Link Media type (optional) of None, auto-select, rj45, or sfp.
Usage notes:
The default is None.
When this attribute is used, a new CLI will be generated in the UNI interface to define the media
The Link Media attribute is supported only for ME3400 platforms.
Step 17 Enter a Link Speed (optional) of None, 10, 100, 1000, Auto, or nonegotiate.
Step 18 Enter a Link Duplex (optional) of None, Full, Half, or Auto.
Step 19 Check the Use Existing ACL Name check box if you want assign your own named access list to the port.
By default, this box is unchecked and ISC automatically assigns a MAC-based ACL on the customer
facing UNI port, based on values you enter in UNI MAC addresses (below).
Step 20 Enter a Port-Based ACL Name (if you checked the Use Existing ACL Name check box, as mentioned
in the previous step).
Note ISC does not create this ACL automatically. The ACL must already exist on the device, or be
added as part of a template, before the service request is deployed. Otherwise, deployment will