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DTCP-Initiated Traffic Mirroring Interfaces

 

Figure 1 shows the interfaces involved in DTCP-initiated secure subscriber policy traffic mirroring.

Figure 1: DTCP-Initiated Traffic Mirroring Interfaces
DTCP-Initiated Traffic Mirroring Interfaces

Table 1 describes the interfaces involved in DTCP-initiated secure subscriber policy traffic mirroring.

Table 1: DTCP-Initiated Traffic Mirroring Interfaces

Interface

Description

HI-1

Handover Interface 1—Administrative interface between the LEA and the service provider mediation device. The LEA sends provisioning information to the mediation device on this interface.

HI-2

Handover Interface 2—Intercept-related information interface between the LEA and the mediation device that is used to deliver intercept-related events to the LEA. These events can be subscriber session events such as login, logout, and authentication.

HI-3

Handover Interface 3—Intercepted content interface between the mediation device and LEA that is used to deliver intercepted content to the LEA.

INI-1

Internal network Interface 1—Interface used to send DTCP messages containing intercept provisioning information from the mediation device to the router.

INI-2

Internal network interface 2—Interface used to send intercept-related events from the router to the mediation device. This information is sent in SNMP traps.

INI-3

Internal network interface 3—Interface used to send intercepted content from the router to the mediation device.