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    Configuring Broadband Gateway Local Policies Application

    The MobileNext Broadband Gateway associates a number of locally configured policies with a configured gateway. These policies are used for connection admission control and service-related parameters.

    Before you begin configuring local policies on the broadband gateway, you should have done the following:

    • Configured access to the MobileNext Broadband Gateway

    You configure the local policies at the [edit unified-edge cos-cac] hierarchy level and apply the profiles at the [edit unified-edge local-policies local-policies-name] hierarchy level. You can configure many policy profiles, but you can apply only one of each type at a time to the gateway as a whole.

    To associate the gateway with local policy profiles:

    1. Use a name for the local policies profile.
      [edit unified-edge local-policies local-policy-profile-1]
    2. Associate the gateway with a classifier profile by user type.
      [edit unified-edge local-policies local-policy-profile-1]user@host# set classifier-profile home-classifier-profile-1user@host# set roamer-classifier-profile roamer-classifier-profile-1user@host# set visitor-classifier-profile visitor-classifier-profile-1
    3. Associate the gateway with a class-of-service policy profiles by user type.
      [edit unified-edge local-policies local-policy-profile-1]user@host# set policy-profile home-classifier-policy-profile-1user@host# set roamer-policy-profile roamer-classifier-policy-profile-1user@host# set visitor-policy-profile visitor-policy-profile-1
    4. Associate the gateway with the resource threshold profile used to define admission control for managing system overload conditions.
      [edit unified-edge local-policies local-policy-profile-1]user@host# set resource-threshold-profiles resource-threshold-profile-1
    5. Associate the gateway with the downlink bandwidth pool.
      [edit unified-edge local-policies local-policy-profile-1]user@host# set dl-bandwidth-pool bw-pool-downlink-1
    6. Associate the gateway with the uplink bandwidth pool.
      [edit unified-edge local-policies local-policy-profile-1]user@host# set ul-bandwidth-pool bw-pool-uplink-1

    Published: 2011-11-18