|author||timirnich <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2016-02-25 01:06:26 -0800|
|committer||Tim Irnich <email@example.com>||2016-02-25 10:04:35 +0000|
diff --git a/docs/userguide/userguide.rst b/docs/userguide/userguide.rst
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SDN VPN capabilities and usage
The BGPVPN feature enables creation of BGP VPNs according to the OpenStack
-BGPVPN blueprint <link>. In a nutshell, the blueprint defines a BGPVPN object
-and a number of ways how to associate it with the existing Neutron object model,
-including a unique definition of the related semantics. The BGPVPN framework
-supports a backend driver model with currently available drivers for Bagpipe,
-OpenContrail, Nuage and OpenDaylight. For the details of using the OpenStack
-BGP VPN API, please refer to the documentation at <link>.
+BGPVPN blueprint at https://blueprints.launchpad.net/neutron/+spec/neutron-bgp-vpn.
+In a nutshell, the blueprint defines a BGPVPN object and a number of ways
+how to associate it with the existing Neutron object model, including a unique
+definition of the related semantics. The BGPVPN framework supports a backend
+driver model with currently available drivers for Bagpipe, OpenContrail, Nuage
+Currently, in OPNFV only ODL is supported as a backend for BGPVPN. API calls are
+mapped onto the ODL VPN Service REST API through the BGPVPN ODL driver and the
+ODL Neutron Northbound module.
-Currently, in OPNFV only ODL is supported as a backend for BGPVPN. The BGPVPN
-API calls are mapped onto the ODL VPN Service REST API through the BGPVPN ODL
-driver and the ODL Neutron Northbound module.
+<Feature and API usage guidelines and example>
+For the details of using OpenStack BGPVPN API, please refer to the documentation