parse-direction (Access Profile)
Statement introduced in Junos OS Release 16.2.
Specify the direction in which a subscriber login string is parsed to identify the first delimiter that matches one configured with the delimiter statement. When subscriber username stripping is configured in a subscriber access profile, the characters to the right of the identified delimiter are stripped and discarded along with the delimiter. characters become the new, modified username.
For example, when the direction is left-to-right, the characters /@$%# are configured as the delimiters, and the login string is email@example.com$84, the @ is reached before the $, so the username is modified to drgt21.
For example, when the direction is right-to-left, the characters /@$%# are configured as the delimiters, and the login string is firstname.lastname@example.org$84, the $ is reached before the @, so the username is modified to email@example.com.
Required Privilege Level
access—To view this statement in the configuration.
access-control—To add this statement to the configuration.