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Juniper Networks Diameter AVPs for Service Control Gateway

 

Diameter conveys information by including various attribute-value pairs (AVPs) in Diameter messages.

Table 1 lists the AVPs for Service Control Gateway.

Table 1: Juniper Networks Diameter AVPs for Service Control Gateway

Attribute Number

Diameter AVP

Description

Type

1100

TDF-Application-Instance-Identifier-Base

Identifies the application-group.

UTF8String

1101

Service-Chaining-Information

Provides service chaining information for dynamic steering of packets.

UTF8String

1102

LRF-Profile-Name

Provides the name of the logging and reporting framework (LRF) profile.

UTF8String

1103

HCM-Profile-Name

Provides the name of the HTTP content module.

UTF8String

1104

Forwarding-Class-Name

Provides the forwarding class name on the router.

UTF8String

1105

Redirect-VRF

Specifies whether redirection is supported. If the application flows support redirection, Redirect-VRF specifies the redirect address and address type.

UTF8String

1106

Requested-Burstsize-UL

Provides the uplink burst size specified in a QoS policy.

Integer32

1107

Requested-Burstsize-DL

Provides the downlink burst size specified in a QoS policy.

Integer32

1108

Steering-Information

Specifies an optional grouped AVP that contains Steering-Uplink-VRF, Steering-Downlink-VRF, and Steering-IP-Address.

Grouped

1109

Steering-Uplink-VRF

Provides the address of uplink destination for packets if dynamic steering is supported.

UTF8String

1110

Steering-Downlink-VRF

Provides the address of downlink destination for packets if dynamic steering is supported.

UTF8String

1111

Steering-IP-Address

Identifies the IP address for HTTP redirect.

Address