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Cisco IP Solution Center L2VPN and Carrier Ethernet User Guide, 6.0
Chapter 2 Setting Up the ISC Services
Creating and Modifying Pseudowire Classes for IOS XR Devices
Step 2 Select the pseudowire class object you want to modify, and click Edit.
The Edit PseudoWire Class window appears.
Step 3 Make the desired changes and click Save.
Note The Name field is not editable if the pseudowire class is associated with any service requests.
If the pseudowire class being modified is associated with any L2VPN service requests, the Affected Jobs
window appears, which displays a list of affected service requests, as shown in
Note A list of affected service requests only appears if the Transport Mode, Tunnel ID, or Disable
Fallback values are changed in the pseudowire class being modified.
Figure 2-2 Affected Jobs
Step 4 Click Save to update service requests associated with the modified pseudowire class.
The impacted service requests are moved to the Requested state.
Step 5 Click Save and Deploy to update and deploy service requests associated with the modified pseudowire
Deployment tasks are created for the impacted service requests that were previously in the Deployed
Step 6 Click Cancel to discard changes made to the modified pseudowire class.
In this case, no change of state occurs for any service requests associated with the pseudowire class.
Configuring the Transport Mode When Pseudowire Classes are Not Supported
This section describes how to configure the pseudowire transport mode to be of type Vlan for versions
of IOS XR that do not support pseudowire classes. This is done through setting a Dynamic Component
Properties Library (DCPL) property. See the usage notes following the steps for additional information.