Index

 A  B  C  D  E  F  I  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V

 

A

AAA (authentication, authorization, accounting)    
L2TP tunnel switch profiles, applying    12
aaa commands    
aaa tunnel switch-profile
aaa tunnel tx-connect-speed-method
AAA commands    
aaa tunnel switch-profile
aaa tunnel tx-connect-speed-method
show aaa domain-map
show aaa tunnel-group
show aaa tunnel-parameters
tx-connect-speed-method
AAA default tunnel parameters    
L2TP transmit connect speed
AAA domain maps    
L2TP transmit connect speed
AAA tunnel groups    
L2TP transmit connect speed
access modules in the LNS    
receipt of event from an application    
access module processes PPP echo requests
failure with the primary module
accounting statistics    
tunneled PPP session
ANCP commands    
baseline l2c
atm commands    
atm
attribute value pair.     See AVP    
AVP (attribute value pair)    1
Bearer Type (AVP 18)    
relaying in L2TP tunnel-switched network
relaying in L2TP tunnel-switchednetwork
Calling Number (AVP 22)    
relaying in L2TP tunnel-switched network
relaying in L2TP tunnel-switchednetwork
Cisco NAS Port Info (AVP 100)    
relaying in L2TP tunnel-switched network
relaying in L2TP tunnel-switchednetwork
Transmit (TX) Speed (AVP 24)    
reporting transmit connect speed in
avp command
 

B

B-RAS commands    
max-sessions
radius connect-info-format
radius include
sessions-limit-group
show aaa domain-map
show aaa tunnel-group
show aaa tunnel-parameters
Bearer Type AVP    
relaying in L2TP tunnel-switched network    12
BGP/MPLS VPN commands    
virtual-router
bundled session commands    
bundled-group-id    12
bundled-group-id-overrides-mlppp-ed    12
bundled sessions
 

C

Calling Number AVP    
relaying in L2TP tunnel-switched network    12
Cisco NAS Port Info AVP    
relaying in L2TP tunnel-switched network    12
connection manager    
usage of stream ID    
to identify connections
conventions    
notice icons
text and syntax
customer support    1
contacting JTAC
 

D

default-upper-type mlppp command
destination    
changing
dialed number identification service.     See DNIS    
disable proxy lcp command
DNIS (dialed number identification service)
documentation set    
comments on
domain names    
mapping to virtual routers
dynamic IP interfaces
 

E

enable proxy authenticate command
endpoint discriminator
 

F

forwarding controller    
tables that point to failed modules    
updated with stream IDs to new primary
usage of stream ID    
to identify connections from a specific slot
forwarding controller database    
mapping of the slot ID, stream ID, and traffic class
fragmentation    
and reassembly
packet
 

I

IOA slots    
and SRP module combination    
compatible with stateful line module switchover
IP commands    
ip router-id
IPsec transport profile commands    
local ip address
 

L

L2TP    
after switchover to the secondary module occurs    
restores operation data to the new primary
configuration and operation data    
maintained in the line module
mirrored to the standby module
on the SRP module    
handles line module events
restoration of configuration to the new primary    
similarity with warm start during unified ISSU
L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol)    
defining
hello packets fast path processing
high availability considerations
implementation
license
modifying LAC default settings
peer resynchronization
sessions supported
silent failover
tunnel switch profiles
L2TP access concentrator.     See LAC    
l2tp commands    1,  See also show l2tp commands    
disconnect-cause
failover-resync
l2tp destination profile    12
l2tp disconnect-cause
l2tp failover-resync    12
l2tp fastpath-hello-processing
l2tp switch-profile
l2tp tunnel default-receive-window
l2tp tunnel idle-timeout
l2tp tunnel test
l2tp tunnel-switching    12
max-sessions command    12
sessions-limit-group command
L2TP commands    
aaa tunnel switch-profile
aaa tunnel tx-connect-speed-method
avp
bundled-group-id
bundled-group-id-overrides-mlppp-ed
default-upper-type mlppp
disable proxy lcp
disconnect-cause
enable proxy authenticate
failover-resync
l2tp destination profile
l2tp disconnect-cause
l2tp failover-resync
l2tp fastpath-hello-processing
l2tp switch-profile
l2tp tunnel default-receive-window
l2tp tunnel idle-timeout
l2tp tunnel test
l2tp tunnel-switching
local host
local ip address
max-sessions
receive-window
remote host
session-out-of-resource-result-code-override
sessions-limit-group
show l2tp
show l2tp destination
show l2tp destination lockout
show l2tp destination profile
show l2tp dial-out
show l2tp dial-out session
show l2tp dial-out target
show l2tp dial-out virtual-router
show l2tp received-disconnect-cause-summary
show l2tp session
show l2tp switch-profile
show l2tp tunnel
tunnel password
tx-connect-speed-method
L2TP dial-out    
dial-out process
network model
operational states
outgoing call setup details    1
Access-Accept message
Access-Request message
mutual authentication
outgoing call successful
route installation
overview
references
L2TP network server.     See LNS    
L2TP RWS (receive window size)    
configuring global default
configuring on LAC
configuring on LNS
l2tp tunnel default-receive-window command
overview
receive-window command (for LAC)
receive-window command (for LNS)
show l2tp command    123
show l2tp destination profile command    12
L2TP transmit connect speed    
and Transmit (TX) Speed AVP 24
calculation methods    
how to configure
monitoring    12
L2TP transmit connect speed and Transmit (TX) Speed AVP 24    
calculation methods    
actual
dynamic layer 2
examples
QoS
static layer 2
configuring    
AAA default tunnel parameters
AAA domain maps
AAA tunnel groups
RADIUS
reporting considerations
L2TP tunnel switch profiles    
applying default profile
applying through AAA domain maps
applying through AAA tunnel groups
applying through RADIUS
AVP relay, configuring    12
configuration guidelines
configuring
how to apply
monitoring
LAC (L2TP access concentrator)    1
before configuring
configuring receive window size (RWS)
function
sequence of events
Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol.     See L2TP    
license commands    
license l2tp-session
licenses    
L2TP
line modules    
applications that support    
stateful switchover
LNS (L2TP network server)    12
before configuring
configuring
configuring receive window size (RWS)
installing multiple service modules
modules supported
out-of-resource result codes
overriding out-of-resource result codes
sequence of events
LNS sessions    
stateful switchover of    
for routers that act as LNS devices
supported module and IOA combinations
local host command
local ip address command
 

M

manuals    
comments on
 

N

notice icons
 

O

operational states, L2TP    1
chassis
sessions
targets
virtual router
out-of-resource result codes, LNS
 

P

packet fragmentation
packets    
transmitting
peer
peer resynchronization
persistent tunnels, creating
platform considerations    
stateful line module switchover
policy application    
downloading policy attachments    
using the SRP module
in the line module    
policy definitions not stored in
transmission of policy attachments from SRP to LM    
in a bulk manner
policy attachments    
transfer in a bulk operation    
from SRP to line module
reduced time for download
PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol)    
accounting statistics for tunneled sessions
PPP application    
after stateful line module switchover    
replication of sessions on standby module
components on the line module    
basic protocol
state machines in a running state
timers
echo requests for sessions on ES2 4G LM    
handled by access module
echo requests for sessions on failed module    
redirection to a different hardware
expiry of keepalives    
time for the new primary to become active
mirrored storage data    
reconstruction of
sessions alternating between up and down states    
not retained during switchover
time for standby module to become active    
dependent on configuration settings
PPP echo reply messages    
sent from access modules in LNS    
in response to echo requests from clients
PPP echo requests    
handling by access module in LNS    
during stateful switchover
stoppage of handling by access module in LNS    
after stateful switchover is complete
PPP subscriber sessions    
on an LNS device in L2TP tunnels    
echo requests handled by access module
terminated due to lack of keepalive responses
 

Q

QoS    
agent clients bind and register    
to the QoS agent
configuration stored in line modules
settings mirrored to standby module
QoS (quality of service)    
calculation method for L2TP transmit connect speed
queue manager    
agent running on line modules    
handling of forwarding controller updates
agents reside on line modules
initiation of requests to the connection manager    
on reception of the controller up event
resides on the SRP
usage of queue ID    
to identify connections
 

R

RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service)    
L2TP transmit connect speed
L2TP tunnel switch profiles, applying
traffic shaping for PPP over ATM interfaces
VSAs (vendor-specific attributes)    
for dynamic IP interfaces
radius commands    
radius connect-info-format command    12
radius include acct-terminate-cause
radius include framed-ip-netmask
radius include l2tp-ppp-disconnect-cause
RADIUS commands    
max-sessions
radius connect-info-format
radius include
Receive speed AVP
receive window size (RWS).     See L2TP RWS    
receive-window command    12
remote host command
remote system
 

S

service modules    
installing multiple for LNS sessions
session    12
session-out-of-resource-result-code-override command
sessions, L2TP
shared tunnel-server ports    123
using with L2TP
show aaa commands    
show aaa domain-map
show aaa tunnel-group    12
show aaa tunnel-parameters    123
show l2tp commands    
show l2tp
show l2tp destination    12
show l2tp destination lockout    12
show l2tp destination summary    12
show l2tp session    12
show l2tp session summary    12
show l2tp tunnel    123
show l2tp tunnel summary    12
show l2tp dial-out commands    
show l2tp dial-out
show l2tp dial-out target
SRP modules    
paired with IOAs    
support for stateful line module switchover
stateful line module switchover    
applications that do not support
applications that support    
connection manager
forwarding controller
interchassis control protocol
L2TP
mirroring subsystem
policy manager
PPP
QoS
unified ISSU
for LNS sessions    
active and standby Service IOAs supported
compatible SRP and SFM models
downlink and uplink LMs in an L2TP tunnel
L2TP tunnels and sessions supported
with the router as an LNS in an L2TP tunnel
forwarding controller tables    
updated with stream IDs to new primary
supported LM and IOA combinations    
for stateful switchover of LNS sessions
support, technical     See technical support    
 

T

technical support    
contacting JTAC
text and syntax conventions
traffic shaping for PPP over ATM
transmit connect speed, L2TP.     See L2TP transmit connect speed    
tunnel    
defined    12
switching
tunnel commands, L2TP    
tunnel password
tunnel switch profiles, L2TP    
applying default profile
applying through AAA domain maps
applying through AAA tunnel groups
applying through RADIUS
AVP relay, configuring    12
configuration guidelines
configuring
how to apply
monitoring
tunnel-server command
tunnel-server ports    
shared
tunneled PPP session accounting statistics
tunnels, IP    
shared tunnel-server ports    12
tx-connect-speed-method command
 

U

using shared tunnel-server ports
 

V

vendor-specific attributes.     See VSAs    
virtual router commands    
virtual-router
virtual routers    
mapping user domain names
VPN commands    
virtual-router
VSAs (vendor-specific attributes)    
for dynamic IP interfaces