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    Configuring the PTSP Partition

    PTSP works within a specific logical system:routing instance context, called a partition. The partition is configured to connect to the external policy manager.

    Note: Currently, only a single partition is supported; you must configure it within the default logical system:routing instance context.

    Before you configure the PTSP partition to connect to the external policy manager, perform the following task:

    • Configure the Diameter instance for the remote SRC peer at the [edit diameter] hierarchy level. See Configuring Diameter.

    Configuration for the PTSP partition consists of naming the partition and then associating a Diameter instance, the SAE hostname, and the SAE realm with the partition.

    To configure the PTSP partition:

    1. Create the partition at the [edit system services packet-triggered-subscribers] hierarchy level.
      [edit system services packet-triggered-subscribers]user@host# edit partition ptsp–default
    2. Specify the Diameter instance for the PTSP partition.
      [edit system services packet-triggered-subscribers partition ptsp–default]user@host# set diameter-instance master
    3. Configure the destination host for the PTSP partition.
      [edit system services packet-triggered-subscribers partition ptsp–default]user@host# set destination-host sae1
    4. Configure the destination realm for the PTSP partition.
      [edit system services packet-triggered-subscribers partition ptsp–default]user@host# set destination-realm generic.example.com
    5. Configure the subscriber ID for the PTSP partition.
      [edit system services packet-triggered-subscribers partition-radius radius-partition-name]user@host# set subscriber-identification
     

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    Modified: 2012-07-20