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+.. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
+.. (c) Tim Irnich (email@example.com) and Nikolas Hermanns (firstname.lastname@example.org)
+.. In this section explain the purpose of the scenario and the types of capabilities provided
+Many Telecom network functions are relying on layer-3 infrastructure
+services, within a VNF between components, or towards existing external
+networks. In many cases, these external networks are implemented in
+MPLS/BGP technology in existing service provider wide-area-networks
+(WAN). This proven technology provides a good mechanism for
+inter-operation of a NFV Infrastructure (NFVI) and wide-area networks
+(WAN) and is the main capability provided by the OPNFV SDNVPN project.
+.. should we explain here what a deployment scenario is?
+The OPNFV SDNVPN feature is made available through additional OPNFV
+deployment scenarios, which is derived from the baseline
+The BGPVPN feature enables creation of BGP VPNs on the Neutron API
+according to the OpenStack 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, as well as 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. The OPNFV scenario makes
+use of the OpenDaylight driver and backend implementation through the
+ODL NetVirt project.
+Scenario components and composition
+.. In this section describe the unique components that make up the scenario,
+.. what each component provides and why it has been included in order
+.. to communicate to the user the capabilities available in this scenario.
+The SDN VPN feature enhances OPNFV's baseline OpenStack deployment with
+the possibility to configure BGP based VPNs using the Neutron API
+extension and service plugin provided by the OpenStack Neutron Stadium
+project BGPVPN. The BGPVPN project consists of a Neutron API extension
+and a service plugin which has a driver framework similar to the ML2
+plugin. BGPVPN today has a quite large number of backend drivers
+(Bagpipe, OpenContrail, Nuage and OpenDaylight currently). In OPNFV,
+currently only the OpenDaylight driver is supported.
+The BGPVPN ODL driver maps the BGPVPN API onto the OpenDaylight NetVirt
+service, which exposes the data center overlay like a virtual router to
+which Neutron Networks and Routers (and in the future also Ports) are
+connected. NetVirt has access to the state of the Neutron API through
+the OpenDaylight Neutron Northbound Interface module, which has been
+enhanced to support the BGPVPN API extension. It uses an internal mesh
+of VxLAN tunnels to interconnect the vSwitches on the data center
+compute nodes. For the purpose of BGP based route exchange with other
+BGP speakers the ODL controller makes use of Quagga BGP as an external
+Scenario usage overview
+.. Provide a brief overview on how to use the scenario and the features available to the
+.. user. This should be an "introduction" to the user guide document, and explicitly link to it,
+.. where the specifics of the features are covered including examples and API's
+ When would I use this scenario, what value does it provide? Refer to the user guide for details
+ of configuration etc...
+Configuring SDNVPN features
+Each installer has specific procedures to deploy the OPNFV platform so that the SDNVPN feature is enabled.
+Fuel installer configuration
+To install the SDNVPN feature using Fuel, follow the Fuel installation guide ensuring to select the SDNVPN
+feature when prompted <add link to Fuel docs once artifact locations are known>.
+This will trigger installation of the OpenStack BGPVPN API extension for
+Neutron, set up for using the ODL driver, in addition to vanilla Neutron.
+In addition, the required karaf features will be activated when ODL is installed and the compute nodes
+will be configured including the VPN Service internal transport tunnel mesh.
+No post-deploy configuration is necessary. The Fuel BGPVPN plugin and the ODL plugin
+should set up the cluster ready for BGPVPNs being created.
+APEX installer configuration
+To install the SDNVPN feature using the APEX installer, follow the APEX installation guide and
+activate the SDNVPN feature when prompted.
+Limitations, Issues and Workarounds
+.. Explain scenario limitations here, this should be at a design level rather than discussing
+.. faults or bugs. If the system design only provide some expected functionality then provide
+.. some insight at this point.
+Currently, in OPNFV only ODL is supported as a backend for BGPVPN. API calls are
+mapped onto the ODL NetVirt REST API through the BGPVPN ODL driver and the
+ODL Neutron Northbound module.
+No DPDK-enabled vhost user ports are supported.
+Integration with data center gateway will not work due to missing OVS patches for MPLSoGRE.
+For more information on the OPNFV Danube release, please visit