Cisco Systems OL-21636-01 Security Camera User Manual

Cisco IP Solution Center L2VPN and Carrier Ethernet User Guide, 6.0
Chapter 3 Creating a FlexUNI/EVC Ethernet Policy
Setting the Interface Attributes
The EVC Policy Editor - Interface Attribute window appears, as shown in Figure 3-3.
Step 8 Continue with the steps contained in the next section, Setting the Interface Attributes, page 3-16.
Setting the Interface Attributes
This step of creating the FlexUNI/EVC Ethernet policy involves setting the interface attributes, as shown
in the EVC Policy Editor - Interface Attribute window in
Figure 3-4. The attributes you can configure in
this window are grouped under the following categories:
N-PE/U-PE information
Speed and duplex information
ACL name and MAC addresses
UNI port security
Storm control
L2 protocol tunneling
In some cases, checking an attribute causes additional attributes to appear in the GUI. This is covered in
the steps that follow.
Note If the CE is directly connected to an N-PE, only speed, duplex, UNI shutdown, and other generic options
are presented. In this case, port security, storm control, L2 protocol tunneling, and other advanced
features are not supported due to the current platform limitations. If these features are needed for a
service, the service provider must deploy Layer 2 Ethernet access nodes beyond the FlexUNI to support
these requirements.
Note Attributes available in the Interface Attributes window dynamically change based on the choice made
for the MPLS Core Connectivity Type (PSEUDOWIRE, LOCAL, or VPLS) in the Service Options
window (see
Setting the Service Options, page 3-8). For completeness, all attributes available for the
different core types are documented in the following steps. Attributes apply to all core types, unless
otherwise noted.