Only one service can be added to each Layer 2 VPN. Traffic associated with the service is transported over the Layer 2 VPN. Three basic types of services are supported: VLAN, VMAN, and port. Both the VLAN and VMAN services are specified by adding the VLAN or VMAN name to the Layer 2 VPN. The port service is configured by adding a VMAN name to the Layer 2 VPN, configuring the Layer 2 VPN to strip the VMAN tag, and adding the port as untagged to the VMAN. This allows incoming service traffic to be transported across the Layer 2 VPN exactly as it was received. See Managing Layer 2 VPN Packet Forwarding Options for information about configuring a Layer 2 VPN to strip the VMAN tag.
Since there is no local service that needs to be connected to the Layer 2 VPN, the pseudowires to each of the configured peers for this Layer 2 VPN are terminated.
NotePorts added to Layer 2 VPN service VPLS/VMAN should not be part of PVLAN or VLAN aggregation or VLAN translation.