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Cisco IP Solution Center L2VPN and Carrier Ethernet User Guide, 6.0
Chapter 8 Managing an L2VPN Service Request
Creating an L2VPN Service Request
Note ISC only displays the available interfaces for the service, based on the configuration of the underlying
interfaces, existing service requests that might be using the interface, and the customer associated with
the service request. You can click the Details button to display a pop-up window with information on
the available interfaces, such as interface name, customer name, VPN name and service request ID,
service request type, VLAN translation type, and VLAN ID information.
Step 7 If only one NPC exists for the Chosen CE and CE interface, that NPC is autopopulated in the Circuit
Selection column and you need not choose it explicitly. If more then one NPC is available, click Select
one circuit in the Circuit Selection column.
The NPC window appears, enabling you to choose the appropriate NPC.
Step 8 Click OK.
Each time you choose a CE and its interface, the NPC that was precreated from this CE and interface is
automatically displayed under Circuit Selection. (See
Figure 8-5.) This means that you do not have to
further specify the PE to complete the link.
Figure 8-5 NPC Created
If you want to review the details of this NPC, click Circuit Details in the Circuit Details column. The
NPC Details window appears and lists the circuit details for this NPC.
Step 9 Continue to specify additional CEs, as in previous steps.
ISC creates the links between CEs based on the Topology that you chose.
Step 10 Click OK in Figure 8-6.