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    Service Manager on E Series Broadband Services Routers, Release 15.1

    The JunosE Service Manager application provides authentication, service selection, and service activation and deactivation to subscribers. The application also collects accounting information and statistics, and monitors subscriber and service sessions. Service management is effective for both RADIUS and CLI clients.

    This page provides information that enables you to configure the Service Manager application for your subscribers on E Series routers.

    JunosE Software Documentation for E Series Broadband Services Routers, Release 15.1

    How Service Session Profiles Work

    Service Session Profiles Overview

    Service Manager Performance Considerations

    Service Manager Performance Considerations

    Configuration Tasks for Service Manager

    Configuring the Service Manager License

    Configuration Tasks for Service Definitions

    Creating Service Definitions

    Managing Your Service Definitions

    Configuration Task for Dual-Stack Subscriber Services

    Activation and Deactivation of IPv4 and IPv6 Services in a Dual Stack

    Configuration Task for Service Manager Statistics

    Configuring Service Manager Statistics

    Knowledge Base

    Performance of subscriber logout impacted by Service Manager

    Service Manager sessions are not removed when DCM subscribers logout

    RADIUS Accounting statistics are not reported for Service Manager subscriber sessions

    Service Manager may fail to remove subscriber sessions and service sessions

    Service Manager sessions remain in a 'Delete' state after subscriber logout

    Attempts to delete a virtual-router terminating Service Manager sessions may fail

    Service Manager volume based services do not expire when the bandwidth limit is exceeded

    Service Manager sends the wrong virtual-router context for ipv6 interfaces during service deactivation

    QoS parameters which are created by Service Manager are not properly cleaned up on user disconnect

    Service Manager services containing policies with an external parent group are not getting deactivated via a CoA

    Accounting Stop is not consistently sent for subscribers using Service Manager and multiple services with accounting enabled

    Service Manager subscriber sessions drop and the system CPU is stuck at 100% during login testing

    Very large Acct-Session-Time value in Accounting-Stop with Service Manager macro defined

    Stale Service Manager entries remain in a 'Configure' state when subscribers are passed the wrong attributes

    Applying QoS parameters via Service Manager is not working for L2TP sessions where VLAN or ATM-VC is the desired reference

    Removal of a Service Manager service-definition may cause others to no longer appear in the output of 'show configuration'

    QoS Profile attachment through CoA (Service Manager) is not getting attached properly on L2TP-Session on LAC

    Stale service-manager entries remain in the "Configure" state

    Service-manager sessions are not cleaned up after running subscriber login tests

    Service Management reports service definition failures after ISSU

    Radius Accounting-Start message is being generated after a failed Service Activation

    The ERX responds to a CoA request referencing an invalid service with an Ack instead of a Nak

    How to setup service definition macro for statistics collection?

    ERX responds with an ACK to CoA request referencing an invalid service Deactivation & Activation with no service present after complete execution

    Missing interim radius accounting records for a service activated by CoA

    Hierarchical rate-limit and color-mark profiles are always persistent and hence are not automatically deleted

    SAE: The feature modify service session is not implemented for aggregate service session

    Removing the HTTP Redirect URL from an interface also removes the HTTP server configuration from the parent virtual-router

    HTTP local server does not SYN ACK any tcp SYN received