Monitoring the Mapping for User Domains and Virtual Routers with AAA

Purpose

Display the mapping between user domains and virtual routers.

Action

To display the mapping between user domains and virtual routers:

host1#show aaa domain-map
Domain: lac-tunnel; router-name: lac; ipv6-router-name: default
Tunnel                 Tunnel   Tunnel   Tunnel    Tunnel
 Tag     Tunnel Peer   Source    Type    Medium   Password    Tunnel Id
------   -----------   ------   ------   ------   --------   -----------
5        192.168.1.1   <null>   l2tp     ipv4     welcome    lac-tunnel
                       Tunnel                 Tunnel
Tunnel     Tunnel      Server     Tunnel       Max
 Tag     Client Name    Name    Preference   Sessions     Tunnel RWS
------   -----------   ------   ----------   --------   --------------
5        lac           boston   5            0          4             
                                           Tunnel
         Tunnel     Tunnel      Tunnel       Tx
Tunnel   Virtual   Failover     Switch     Speed
 Tag     Router     Resync     Profile     Method
------   -------   --------   ---------    ------
5        <null>    <null>      denver      qos

Meaning

Table 13 lists the show aaa domain-map command output fields.

Table 13: show aaa domain-map Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Domain

Name of the domain

router-name

Virtual router to which user domain name is mapped

router-mask

IPv4 mask of the local interface

tunnel-group

Name of the tunnel group assigned to the domain map

ipv6-router-name

IPv6 virtual router to which user domain name is mapped

local-interface

Interface information to use on the local (E Series) side of the subscriber’s interface

ipv6-local-interface

IPv6 interface information to use on the local (E Series) side of the subscriber’s interface

poolname

Local address pool from which the router allocates addresses for this domain

IP hint

IP hint is enabled

strip-domain

Strip domain is enabled

override-username

Single username used for all users from a domain in place of the values received from the remote client

override-password

Single password used for all users from a domain in place of the values received from the remote client

Tunnel Tag

Tag that identifies the tunnel

Tunnel Peer

Destination address of the tunnel

Tunnel Source

Source address of the tunnel

Tunnel Type

L2TP

Tunnel Medium

Type of medium for the tunnel; only IPv4 is supported

Tunnel Password

Password for the tunnel

Tunnel Id

ID of the tunnel

Tunnel Client Name

Host name that the LAC sends to the LNS when communicating to the LNS about the tunnel

Tunnel Server Name

Host name expected from the peer (the LNS) when during tunnel startup

Tunnel Preference

Preference level for the tunnel

Tunnel Max Sessions

Maximum number of sessions allowed on a tunnel

Tunnel RWS

L2TP receive window size (RWS) for a tunnel on the LAC; displays either the configured value or the default behavior, which is indicated by system chooses (that is, the RWS value is set as 64)

Tunnel Virtual Router

Name of the virtual router to map to the user domain name

Tunnel Failover Resync

L2TP peer resynchronization method

Field descriptions

The actual fields displayed depend on your configuration

Tunnel Switch Profile

Name of the L2TP tunnel switch profile

Tunnel Tx Speed Method

Method that the router uses to calculate the transmit connect speed of the subscriber’s access interface: static layer2, dynamic layer2, qos, actual, not set

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