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    Deleting a Charging Profile

    This procedure describes how to use maintenance mode to delete a charging profile. You must first halt new sessions from being started and verify that there are no active sessions remaining.

    The example shown is for deleting a charging transport profile. The same configuration applies for deleting a transport or trigger profile.

    Note: Use this procedure to delete a charging profile or a charging transport profile. To specify a charging profile, replace the syntax charging transport-profiles with charging charging-profiles.

    To delete a charging profile:

    1. Enter configuration mode in the CLI.
      user@host> configure
    2. Activate maintenance mode for a charging transport profile:
      user@host# set unified-edge gateways ggsn-pgw gw-name charging transport-profiles profile-name service-mode maintenance commit
    3. Verify that the charging gateway is in maintenance mode.
      user@host#show unified-edge ggsn-pgw charging service-mode transport-profile profile-name gateway gw-name

      Note: The service mode for the charging profile shows Maintenance – Active Phase if all the sessions using this pool are cleared. The service mode for the charging profile shows Maintenance – In Phase if there are some sessions actively using this profile. The service mode for the profile shows Maintenance – Out Phase if maintenance mode is not configured (that is, it is in operational mode).

    4. Verify that there are no subscribers active on this charging profile.
      user@host#show unified-edge ggsn-pgw charging service-mode transport-profile profile-name gateway gw-name
    5. (Optional) Terminate sessions that are using a charging profile using the clear command.
      user@host# run clear unified-edge ggsn-pgw subscribers charging transport-profile profile-name gateway gw-name
    6. When the subscriber count is zero and all sessions have ended, you can make and commit changes to charging profile attributes in active maintenance mode.

      Note: These modifications must be made in active maintenance mode or they will fail.

    7. Delete the charging transport profile, commit your changes, and exit maintenance mode.
      user@host# delete unified-edge gateways ggsn-pgw gw-name charging transport-profile profile-name service-mode user@host# commit
    8. Verify that changes were properly committed.
      user@host# run show configuration unified-edge ggsn-pgw gateway gw-name
    9. Return the gateway to operational state.
      user@host# run show unified-edge ggsn-pgw gateway service-mode

    Published: 2011-11-16