The Site area displays all your existing sites and the tenants associated with them. Click the icon on the tenant for which you want to view or deploy services.
The page displays the site properties, the gateways, and service chains deployed for the site, and a graphical representation
of the service chains deployed.
The circular image on the left side of the screen represents the site. The endpoints that you add to the site appear along
the circumference of the circle.
The section in the middle shows the gateways, service chains and deleted chains that are deployed or removed on the site.
If there is no data in this section, it means that there haven't been any deployments. You can add gateways and service chains
by clicking the + icon in this section.
The panel on the far right of the screen shows site properties.
Gateway services are shared endpoint gateways that are connected to one or more external endpoints. Such gateways are attached
to service chains, thus allowing multiple service chains to share an endpoint gateway.
The page includes separate headings for consumer half chains, provider half chains, connections, end-to-end chains and deleted
Each of these sections lists the service chains deployed for the site. Each chain has setting icons for add/delete endpoints,
sub-interface and tunnel, delete and download icon to delete and export the chain. Also it has either a checkmark or a warning
sign next to it. The checkmark indicates that the service chain was successfully deployed. The warning sign indicates that
the chain was not deployed due to errors.
Service Chain Status
The status of a service chain is displayed next to the name of the chain. A checkmark next to the chain, indicates that the
chain was successfully deployed. Click any service chain to know about its components and their status. An image of the service
chain is displayed at the bottom of the page. Any component marked in red indicates issues with the component.
Click individual components for more details about their status. A VNF profile pop-up screen displays the status of the component.
The component is shown in red if there are issues to be addressed. Click on the Service Chain Instance or Service Chain link to redirect to those screen respectively.
Hover over the VNF component to view a snapshot of the error. Click the VNF component to view all the details of the PNF profile
of the component.
Click on the VNF component, a pop-up screen displays the details of the components.
Click on the Virtual Chain Instance or Virtual Chain link to redirect to those screen respectively.
Enable Monitor on ESC: On the header, click
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to Enable/Disable Monitor on ESC.
Recovery on Same or Different CSP: On the header, click
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setting icon, two options Recover on Same CSP and Recover on Different CSPare displayed. Click on the approproiate option.
A pop-up screen displays, enter the VNF undeploy wait time in seconds. The wait time should be in between 600 and 65535.
Note: When you choose to Recovery on Same CSP the CSP option in payload is changed from realloc-on-same to recover-on-same.
The section on the far right of the page displays site properties such as the organization associated with the site, management
IP poolassociate with the site, and the netmask, VLAN, and gateway for VNF management and innnternal IP pool.