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Oracle® Communications Unified Inventory Management MPLS L3 VPN Technology Pack Implementation Guide
Release 7.2.2

Part Number E36035-01
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Preface

Oracle Communications Unified Inventory Management (UIM) technology packs provide support for specific technology domains and a solid base for project-specific adaptation. Each pack leverages Oracle's domain expertise and experience in building models to provide a rich set of business entities for a particular domain. Wherever possible, technology packs include elements and business logic based on relevant industry standards. The use of industry standards ensures that technology packs are broadly applicable, while still anticipating field extensions that enable project-specific implementations.

Technology packs are separately licensed and may evolve over multiple releases. Guidelines are provided to facilitate uptake of new or enriched elements while preserving field-developed implementations.

The MPLS L3 VPN Technology Pack provides business entities and behaviors required by providers of data networking services using MPLS Layer 3 Virtual Private Networks as standardized by RFC 4364. This includes support for hub-and-spoke, meshed, and hybrid topologies as well as extranets. VRF-Lite and interface-less VRFs are also supported.

This guide contains the following information about the MPLS L3 VPN Technology Pack:

Audience

This document is intended for business analysts and the following groups of people who design and implement an MPLS L3 VPN service:

The guide assumes that readers have a working knowledge of MPLS L3 VPN technology and UIM.

Related Documentation

For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle Communications Unified Inventory Management documentation set:

For step-by-step instructions for performing tasks, log into each application to see the following:

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