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    How to Delete an APN

    Requirements

    This example uses the following hardware and software components:

    • An operational MX chassis
    • Junos OS Mobility package

    Deleting an APN

    This section shows an example of how to delete an Access Point Name.

    Configure

    Step-by-Step Procedure

    To delete an APN, the operator executes the following steps.

    1. Enter Configure mode and set the APN named Central in Maintenance Mode.
      user@host# configureuser@host# set unified-edge gateways ggsn-pgw PGW apn-service apn Central service mode-maintenanceuser@host# commit
    2. Wait for all sessions using juniper-pool to terminate; This is done by monitoring the service-mode status using the show command below. When sessions become zero, the service-mode status will display Maintenance – Active Phase.
      user@host# run show unified-edge ggsn-pgw PGW apn-services apn Central

      Note: When Maintenance Mode shows Active Phase the system is ready to accept configuration changes for all attributes of this object and its sub-hierarchies. When Maintenance Mode shows In/Out Phase - the ystem is ready to accept configuration changes only for non-maintenance mode attributes of this object and its sub-hierarchies.

    3. Delete the APN Central.
      user@host# delete unified-edge ggsn-pgw PGW apn-services apn Central user@host# commit
    4. Verify that the address pool has been deleted.
      user@host# run show unified-edge gateways ggsn-pgw PGW apn-services apn details

      The APN Cetnral should not display in the show command output.

    5. Exit Maintenance Mode.
      user@host# delete unified-edge ggsn-pgw PGW apn-services apn Central service-mode maintenanceuser@host# commit

    Published: 2011-06-16