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Cisco IP Solution Center L2VPN and Carrier Ethernet User Guide, 6.0
Chapter 4 Managing a FlexUNI/EVC Ethernet Service Request
Setting the Service Request Details
Editing the Link Attributes
The next steps document the use of the Edit link in the Link Attributes column. (In the case where the
link attributes have already been set, this link changes from Edit to Change.) The link editing workflow
changes depending on the status of the FlexUNI check box for the link. If the FlexUNI check box is
checked, the editing workflow involves setting attributes in two windows, for two sets of link attributes:
• The FlexUNI Details
• Standard UNI Details
If the FlexUNI check box for the link is not checked, only the Standard UNI Details window is presented.
In the steps that follow, both scenarios covered.
Step 7 Click Edit in the Link Attributes column to specify the UNI attributes.
FlexUNI Details Window
If the FlexUNI check box is checked, the FlexUNI Details window appears, as shown in Figure 4-4.
Figure 4-4 FlexUNI Details Window
All of the fields in the FlexUNI Details screen are enabled based on the policy settings. For example, if
Both Tags is selected in the policy and is editable, then the Match Inner and Outer Tags check box will
be selected and editable in this window. The behavior is similar for the other attributes in the FlexUNI
Step 8 Check the AutoPick Service Instance ID check box to specify that the service instance ID will be
autogenerated and allocated to the link during service request creation.
If the check box is unchecked, you must specify the service instance ID (see the next step).
• The service instance ID represents an Ethernet Flow Point (EFP) on an interface in the EVC
infrastructure. The service instance ID is locally significant to the interface. This ID has to be unique
only at the interface level. The ID must be a value from 1 to 8000.
• There are no resource pools available in ISC from which to allocate the service instance IDs.