Juniper Networks VSAs

Table 11 lists Juniper Networks VSA formats for RADIUS. JunosE Software uses the vendor ID assigned to Juniper Networks (vendor ID 4874) by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA).

Table 11: Juniper Networks (Vendor ID 4874) VSA Formats

Attribute Number

Attribute Name

Description

Length

Subtype Length

Value

[26-1]

Virtual-Router

  • Virtual router name for the Broadband Remote Access Server (B-RAS) user’s IP interface.
  • Allowed only from RADIUS server in default virtual router context.
  • For restricted users, specifies the only virtual router that the user can access.
  • For nonrestricted users, specifies the initial virtual router that the user accesses.
  • For tunneled connections, specifies the tunnel source parameter where the source address for the tunneled connection is resolved.
  • See the enable command in the Passwords and Security chapter in the JunosE System Basics Configuration Guide.

len

sublen

string: virtual-router-name

[26-2]

Local-Address-Pool

  • Name of an assigned address pool that should be used to assign an address for the user
  • Same as RADIUS attribute 88, Framed-Pool

len

sublen

string: address-pool-name

[26-3]

Local-Interface

Interface to apply to the E Series side of the connection

The interface value can be one of the following:

  • The IP address (with subnet mask)
  • The loopback interface

len

sublen

string: local-interface

[26-4]

Primary-DNS

  • B-RAS user’s DNS address negotiated during IPCP
  • 4-octet IP address

12

6

integer: 4-byte primary-dns-address

[26-5]

Secondary-DNS

  • B-RAS user’s DNS address negotiated during IPCP
  • 4-octet IP address

12

6

integer: 4-byte secondary-dns-address

[26-6]

Primary-WINS (NBNS)

  • B-RAS user’s WINS (NBNS) address negotiated during IPCP
  • 4-octet IP address

12

6

integer: 4-byte primary-wins-address

[26-7]

Secondary-WINS (NBNS)

  • B-RAS user’s WINS (NBNS) address negotiated during IPCP
  • 4-octet IP address

12

6

integer: 4-byte secondary-wins-
address

[26-8]

Tunnel-Virtual-Router

For tunneled connections, specifies the virtual router associated with the tunnel connection

len

sublen

string: tunnel-virtual-router

[26-9]

Tunnel-Password

Tunnel password in cleartext

len

sublen

string: tunnel-password

[26-10]

Ingress-Policy-Name

IPv4 input policy name to apply to B-RAS user’s interface

len

sublen

string: input-policy-name

[26-11]

Egress-Policy-Name

IPv4 output policy name to apply to B-RAS user’s interface

len

sublen

string: output-policy-name

[26-12]

Ingress-Statistics

Enable or disable input statistics on B-RAS user’s interface

12

6

integer: 0 = disable,
1 = enable

[26-13]

Egress-Statistics

Enable or disable output statistics on B-RAS user’s interface

12

6

integer: 0 = disable,
1 = enable

[26-14]

Service-Category

ATM service category to apply to B-RAS user’s interface

12

6

integer: 1= UBR,
2 = UBR PCR,
3 = NRT VBR,
4 = CBR
5 = RT VBR,

[26-15]

PCR

  • Peak cell rate
  • 4-octet integer

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-16]

SCR

  • Sustained cell rate
  • 4-octet integer

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-17]

Mbs

  • Maximum burst rate
  • 4-octet integer

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-18]

Init-CLI-Access-Level

  • Specifies the initial level of access to CLI commands
  • See the enable command in the Passwords and Security chapter in the JunosE System Basics Configuration Guide.

len

sublen

single attribute: enter 0, 1, 5, 10, or 15

[26-19]

Allow-All-VR-Access

  • Specifies user access to all virtual routers
  • See the enable command in the Passwords and Security chapter in the JunosE System Basics Configuration Guide.

len

sublen

integer: 0 = disable,
1 = enable

[26-20]

Alt-CLI-Access-Level

  • Specifies other levels of access to CLI commands
  • See the enable command in the Passwords and Security chapter of the JunosE System Basics Configuration Guide.

len

sublen

single attribute; enter 0, 1, 5, 10, or 15

[26-21]

Alt-CLI-Vrouter-Name

  • For restricted users, specifies other VRs that the user may access.
  • See the enable command in the Passwords and Security chapter in the JunosE System Basics Configuration Guide.

len

sublen

string: virtual-router-name

[26-22]

Sa-Validate

  • Enable or disable source address validation on a user’s interface
  • 4-octet integer

len

sublen

integer: 0 = disable,
1 = enable

[26-23]

Igmp-Enable

  • Enable or disable IGMP on a user’s interface
  • Allows the end user to register for the reception of multicast services
  • 4-octet integer

len

sublen

integer: 0 = disable,
1 = enable

[26-24]

Pppoe-Description

The string pppoe <mac addr> sent to the RADIUS server supplied by PPPoE

len

sublen

string: pppoe<mac addr>

[26-25]

Redirect-Vrouter-Name

  • Virtual router name indicating the VR context in which to authenticate the user
  • Behavior is similar to that of a remote domain-map lookup.

len

sublen

authentication-
redirection

[26-26]

QoS-Profile-Name

Name of the QoS profile to attach to the user’s interface

len

sublen

string: qos-profile-name

[26-28]

PppoE-Url

PPPoE URL that is passed to PPPoE subscribers

len

sublen

string:URL

[26-30]

Tunnel-Nas-Port-Method

Conveys nasPort and nasPort type in tunnel

12

6

4-octet integer:
0 = none,
1 = Cisco CLID

[26-31]

Service-Bundle

Specifies the SRC service bundle

len

sublen

string

[26-33]

Tunnel-Max-Sessions

Maximum number of sessions allowed in a tunnel

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-34]

Framed-Ip-Route-Tag

Route tag to apply to returned framed-ip-address

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-35]

Tunnel-Dialout-Number

Dial number in L2TP dial-out

len

sublen

string:dial-out-number

[26-36]

PPP-Username

Username used in PPP L2TP dial-out sessions at the LNS for L2TP dial-out

len

sublen

string: ppp-username

[26-37]

PPP-Password

Password used in PPP L2TP dial-out sessions at the LNS for L2TP dial-out

len

sublen

string: ppp-password

[26-38]

PPP-Protocol

PPP authentication protocol used for L2TP dial-out sessions at the LNS

12

6

integer: 0 = none;
1 = PAP; 2 = CHAP;
3 = PAP-CHAP;
4 = CHAP-PAP

[26-39]

Tunnel-Min-Bps

Minimum line speed for L2TP dial-out

12

6

integer

[26-40]

Tunnel-Max-Bps

Maximum line speed for L2TP dial-out

12

6

integer

[26-41]

Tunnel-Bearer-Type

Bearer capability required for L2TP dial-out

12

6

integer: 0 = none;
1= analog; 2 = digital

[26-42]

Input-GigaPkts

Number of times input-packets attribute rolls over its 4-octet field

12

6

integer

[26-43]

Output-GigaPkts

Number of times output-packets attribute rolls over its 4-octet field

12

6

integer

[26-44]

Tunnel-Interface-Id

Tunnel interface selector that AAA caches as part of the tunnel-session profile and the user’s profile. This attribute is available to the RADIUS authentication and accounting servers.

len

sublen

string: tunnel selector

[26-45]

Ipv6-Virtual-Router

Virtual router name for B-RAS user’s IPv6 interface

len

sublen

string: virtual-router-name

[26-46]

Ipv6-Local-Interface

Local IPv6 interface to apply to the E Series side of the connection

len

sublen

string: ipv6-local-interface

[26-47]

Ipv6-Primary-DNS

B-RAS user’s primary IPv6 DNS address negotiated by DHCP

len

sublen

hexadecimal string: ipv6-primary-dns-
address

[26-48]

Ipv6-Secondary-DNS

B-RAS user’s secondary IPv6 DNS address negotiated by DHCP

len

sublen

hexadecimal string: ipv6-primary-dns-
address

[26-51]

Disconnect-Cause

L2TP PPP disconnect cause information received by the LAC

len

sublen

string:l2tp-ppp-
disconnect-cause

[26-52]

Radius-Client-Address

RADIUS relay server’s IP address

12

6

integer:4-octet

[26-53]

Service-Description

AAA profile service description string

len

sublen

string:profile-service-
description

[26-54]

L2tp-Recv-Window-Size

  • L2TP receive window size (RWS) for a tunnel on the LAC
  • Number of packets that the peer can transmit without receiving an acknowledgment from the router
  • 4-octet integer

12

6

integer:4-octet

[26-55]

DHCP-Options

Client’s DHCP options

len

sublen

string:dhcp-options

[26-56]

DHCP-MAC-Address

Client’s MAC address

len

sublen

string:mac-address

[26-57]

DHCP-GI-Address

DHCP relay agent’s IP address

12

6

integer:4-octet

[26-58]

LI-Action

Packet mirroring action

len

sublen

Salt encrypted integer: 0 = stop monitoring; 1 = start monitoring; 2 = no action

[26-59]

Med-Dev-Handle

Hexadecimal string used to determine mirror header attributes, prepended to each mirrored packet that is sent to the analyzer device

len

sublen

Salt encrypted string; hexadecimal string of 4 bytes or 8 bytes

[26-60]

Med-Ip-Address

IP address of analyzer device to which mirrored packets are forwarded

len

sublen

Salt encrypted IP address

[26-61]

Med-Port-Number

UDP port in the analyzer device to which mirrored packets are forwarded

len

sublen

Salt encrypted integer

[26-62]

MLPPP-Bundle-Name

Text string that identifies the Multilink PPP bundle name

len

sublen

string:mlppp-bundle-
name

[26-63]

Interface-Desc

Text string that identifies the subscriber’s access interface

len

sublen

string:interface-
description

[26-64]

Tunnel-Group

Name of the tunnel group assigned to a domain map

len

sublen

string:tunnel-group-
name

[26-65]

Activate-Service

Service to activate for the subscriber

len

sublen

string:service-name

[26-66]

Deactivate-Service

Service to deactivate for the subscriber

len

sublen

string:service-name

[26-67]

Service-Volume-tagX

Amount of traffic, in MB, that can use the service; service is deactivated when the volume is exceeded

12

6

integer: volume in MB; 0 = infinite volume

[26-68]

Service-Timeout-tagX

Number of seconds that the service can be active; service is deactivated when the timeout expires

12

6

integer: time in seconds; 0 = no timeout

[26-69]

Service-Statistics-tagX

Enable or disable statistics for the service

12

6

integer: 0 = disable;
1 = enable time statistics;
2 = enable time and volume statistics

[26-70]

Ignore-DF-Bit

Enable or disable the ignore don’t fragment (DF) bit feature on a B-RAS user's interface

12

6

integer: 0 = disable;
1 = enable

[26-71]

IGMP-Access-Name

Access List to use for the group (G) filter

len

sublen

string:32-octet

[26-72]

IGMP-Access-Src-Name

Access List to use for the source-group (S,G) filter

len

sublen

string:32-octet

[26-73]

IGMP-OIF-Map-Name

Multicast OIF (outgoing interface) mapping

len

sublen

string:32-octet

[26-74]

MLD-Access-Name

Access List to use for the group (G) filter

len

sublen

string:32-octet

[26-75]

MLD-Access-Src-Name

Access List to use for the source-group (S,G) filter

len

sublen

string:32-octet

[26-76]

MLD-OIF-Map-Name

Multicast OIF (outgoing interface) mapping

len

sublen

string:32-octet

[26-77]

MLD-Version

MLD Protocol Version (MLD Version 1 = 1; MLD Version 2 = 2)

12

6

integer:1-octet

[26-78]

IGMP-Version

IGMP Protocol Version (IGMP Version 1=1;
IGMP Version 2 = 2; IGMP Version 3 = 3)

12

6

integer:1-octet

[26-79]

IP-Mcast-Adm-Bw-Limit

The maximum multicast bandwidth that will be admitted on an IP interface, in Kbps

12

6

integer:4-octet

[26-80]

IPv6-Mcast-Adm-Bw-
Limit

The maximum multicast bandwidth that will be admitted on an IPv6 interface, in Kbps

12

6

integer:4-octet

[26-81]

L2c-Information

Series of type length value (tlv) fields (binary) representing the access loop parameters as defined in GSMP extensions for layer2 control (L2C) Topology Discovery and Line Configuration—draft-wadhwa-gsmp-
l2control-configuration-00.txt (July 2006 expiration)

len

sublen

string: format is a series of type length value (tlv) fields
(binary) representing the access loop
parameters

[26-82]

Qos-Parameters

Name of the QoS parameter instance to create on the user’s interface, followed by the value of the parameter. For example, the max-bandwidth 4000000 parameter instance represents the parameter name that was defined using the qos-parameter-
define command (max-bandwidth) and the value to assign to the parameter (4000000). Multiple instances of this VSA can be returned from RADIUS using this format.

len

sublen

string: format is parameter name parameter value, where parameter name is ASCII name of a parameter name found in the QoS parameter definition and parameter value is the ASCII representation of 0–21474836470; multiple instances of this VSA can be returned from RADIUS using this format

[26-83]

Service-Session

Name of the service (including parameter values) that is associated with service manager statistics

len

sublen

string:service-name

[26-84]

Mobile-IP-Algorithm

Authentication algorithm used for Mobile IP registration

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-85]

Mobile-IP-SPI

Security parameter index for Mobile IP registration

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-86]

Mobile-IP-Key

Security association MD-5 key for Mobile IP registration

len

sublen

string: 32-octet

[26-87]

Mobile-IP-Replay

Replay time stamp for Mobile IP registration

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-88]

Mobile-IP-Access-
Control-List

Access control list to filter on basis of care-of address

len

sublen

string: 32-octet

[26-89]

Mobile-IP-Lifetime

Registration lifetime for Mobile IP registration

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-90]

L2TP-Resynch-Method

L2TP peer resynchronization method

12

6

integer: 0 = disabled; 1= failover protocol;
2 = silent failover;
3 = failover protocol with silent failover as backup

[26-91]

Tunnel-Switch-Profile

  • Name of the L2TP tunnel switch profile
  • The L2TP tunnel switch profile defines the L2TP tunnel switching behavior for the interfaces to which this profile is assigned

len

sublen

string: tunnel-switch-profile

[26-92]

L2C-Up-Stream-Data

Actual upstream rate access loop parameter (ASCII encoded) as defined in GSMP extensions for layer2 control (L2C) Topology Discovery and Line Configuration—draft-wadhwa-gsmp-
l2control-configuration-00.txt (July 2006 expiration).

len

sublen

string: actual upstream rate access loop parameter (ASCII encoded)

[26-93]

L2C-Down-Stream-Data

Actual downstream rate access loop parameter (ASCII encoded) as defined in GSMP extensions for layer2 control (L2C) Topology Discovery and Line Configuration—draft-wadhwa-gsmp-
l2control-configuration-00.txt (July 2006 expiration).

len

sublen

string: actual downstream rate access loop parameter (ASCII encoded)

[26-94]

Tunnel-Tx-Speed-Method

The method that the router uses to calculate the transmit connect speed of the subscriber’s access interface. This speed is reported in L2TP Transmit (TX) Speed AVP 24. During the establishment of an L2TP tunnel session, the LAC sends AVP 24 to the LNS to convey the transmit speed of the subscriber’s access interface.

12

6

integer:
1 = static-layer2, TX speed based on static layer 2 settings;
2 =dynamic-layer2, TX speed based on dynamic layer 2 settings;
3 = qos, TX speed based on QoS settings;
4 = actual, TX speed that is the lesser of the dynamic-layer2 value or the qos value

[26-95]

IGMP-Query-Interval

IGMP Query Interval

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-96]

IGMP-Max-Resp-Time

IGMP Maximum Response Time

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-97]

IGMP-Immediate-Leave

IGMP Immediate Leave

12

6

4-octet integer:
0 = disabled
1 = enabled

[26-98]

MLD-Query-Interval

MLD Query Interval

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-99]

MLD-Max-Resp-Time

MLD Maximum Response Time

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-100]

MLD-Immediate-Leave

MLD Immediate Leave

12

6

integer: 4-octet;
0 = disabled
1 = enabled

[26-101]

IP-Block-Multicast

Block all multicast traffic with a scope larger than link-local (for example, global) and prevent mroute creation under these conditions. This attribute does not affect reception of link-local multicast packets.

12

6

integer: 4-octet;
0 = disabled;
1 = enabled

[26-102]

IGMP-Explicit-Tracking

Enable or disable explicit host tracking for IPv4 IGMP interfaces. This option enables the router to explicitly track each individual host that is joined to a group or channel on a particular multi-access network.

12

6

integer: 4-octet;
0 = disabled;
1 = enabled

[26-103]

IGMP-No-Tracking-V2-Grps

Disable IGMP explicit host tracking for groups that contain IGMP V2 hosts. This attribute is valid only if IGMP V3 is enabled on the interface.

12

6

integer: 4-octet;
0 = disabled;
1 = enabled

[26-104]

MLD-Explicit-Tracking

Enable or disable explicit host tracking for IPv6 MLD interfaces. This option enables the router to explicitly track each individual host that is joined to a group or channel on a particular multi-access network.

12

6

integer: 4-octet;
0 = disabled;
1 = enabled

[26-105]

MLD-No-Tracking-V1-Grps

Disable MLD explicit host tracking for groups that contain MLD V1 hosts. This attribute is valid only if MLD V2 is enabled on the interface.

12

6

integer: 4-octet;
0 = disabled;
1 = enabled

[26-106]

Ipv6-Ingress-Policy-Name

IPv6 ingress policy that is applied to the subscriber interface

len

sublen

string: Ipv6-Ingress-Policy-Name

[26-107]

Ipv6-Egress-Policy-Name

IPv6 egress policy that is applied to the subscriber interface

len

sublen

string: Ipv6-Egress-Policy-Name

[26-110]

Acc-Loop-Cir-Id

Identification of the subscriber node connection to the access node

len

sublen

string: up to 63 ASCII characters

[26-111]

Acc-Aggr-Cir-Id-Bin

Unique identification of the DSL line

len

sublen

integer: 8-octet

[26-112]

Acc-Aggr-Cir-Id-Asc

Identification of the uplink on the access node. For example:

  • For Ethernet access aggregation:
    ethernet slot/port [:inner-vlan-id] [:outer-vlan-id]
  • For ATM aggregation:
    atm slot/port:vpi.vci

len

sublen

string: up to 63 ASCII characters

[26-113]

Act-Data-Rate-Up

Actual upstream data rate of the subscriber’s synchronized DSL link

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-114]

Act-Data-Rate-Dn

Actual downstream data rate of the subscriber’s synchronized DSL link

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-115]

Min-Data-Rate-Up

Minimum upstream data rate configured for the subscriber

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-116]

Min-Data-Rate-Dn

Minimum downstream data rate configured for the subscriber

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-117]

Att-Data-Rate-Up

Upstream data rate that the subscriber can attain

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-118]

Att-Data-Rate-Dn

Downstream data rate that the subscriber can attain

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-119]

Max-Data-Rate-Up

Maximum upstream data rate configured for the subscriber

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-120]

Max-Data-Rate-Dn

Maximum downstream data rate configured for the subscriber

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-121]

Min-LP-Data-Rate-Up

Minimum upstream data rate in low power state configured for the subscriber

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-122]

Min-LP-Data-Rate-Dn

Minimum downstream data rate in low power state configured for the subscriber

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-123]

Max-Interlv-Delay-Up

Maximum one-way upstream interleaving delay configured for the subscriber

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-124]

Act-Interlv-Delay-Up

Subscriber’s actual one-way upstream interleaving delay

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-125]

Max-Interlv-Delay-Dn

Maximum one-way downstream interleaving delay configured for the subscriber

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-126]

Act-Interlv-Delay-Dn

Subscriber’s actual one-way downstream interleaving delay

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-127]

DSL-Line-State

State of the DSL line

12

6

4-octet integer
1 = Show uptime
2 = Idle
3 = Silent

[26-128]

DSL-Type

Encapsulation used by the subscriber associated with the DSLAM interface from which requests are initiated

11

5

string: 3-byte

[26-129]

Ipv6-NdRa-Prefix

Prefix value in IPv6 Neighbor Discovery route advertisements

len

sublen

hexadecimal string

[26-130]

QoS-Interfaceset-Name

Name of the QoS interface set to attach to the subscriber interface

len

sublen

string: qos-interfaceset-name

[26-140]

Service-Interim-Acct-
Interval

Amount of time between interim accounting updates for this service.

12

6

integer: time in the range 600–86400 seconds;
0 = disabled

[26-141]

Downstream-Calculated-
Qos-Rate

Calculated downstream QoS rate in Kbps as set by the ANCP configuration

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-142]

Upstream-Calculated-
Qos-Rate

Calculated downstream QoS rate in Kbps as set by the ANCP configuration

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-143]

Max-Clients-Per-Interface

Maximum number of PPPoE client sessions supported per interface. For DHCP clients, this value is the maximum number of PPPoE sessions per logical interface. For PPPoE, this value is the maximum number of PPPoE subinterfaces per a PPPoE major interface.

See JunosE Release Notes, Appendix A, System Maximums corresponding to your software release for information about the maximum number of PPPoE subinterfaces supported for each line module.

12

6

integer: 4-octet

[26-144]

PPP-Monitor-Ingress- Only

Enable or disable monitoring of only ingress traffic to determine inactivity of a PPP session and subsequent disconnection of an inactive session. If this option is disabled or not configured, the router monitors both ingress traffic and egress traffic to determine session inactivity.

12

6

integer:
0 = disable,
1 = enable

[26-147]

Backup-Address-Pool

Name of the backup local address pool that can be used to assign addresses to users being authenticated by a RADIUS server, when the existing addresses in the primary local address pool are fully exhausted.

The authentication server overrides the backup local address pool name configured using this attribute with the backup local address pool name received in the RADIUS-Access-Accept message.

len

sublen

string: Backup-address-pool-name

[26-150]

ICR-Partition-Id

Used in all the RADIUS authentication and accounting (Acct-Start, Acct-Stop, and Interim-Acct messages for both user and service accounting) messages corresponding to a subscriber to determine the partition in which the subscriber has logged in

len

sublen

string:icr-partition-id

[26–151]

Ipv6-Acct-Input-Octets

Number of times that IPv6 octets have been received from the port during the time this service has been provided

12

6

4–octet integer

[26–152]

Ipv6-Acct-Output-Octets

Number of times that IPv6 octets have been sent to the port during the time this service has been provided

12

6

4–octet integer

[26–153]

Ipv6-Acct-Input-Packets

Number of times that IPv6 packets have been received from the port during the time this service has been provided to a framed user

12

6

4–octet integer

[26–154]

Ipv6-Acct-Output-Packets

Number of times that IPv6 packets have been sent to the port in the course of delivering this service to a framed user

12

6

4–octet integer

[26–155]

Ipv6-Acct-Input-Gigawords

Number of times that the IPv6-Acct-Input-Octets counter has wrapped around 2^32 during the time this service has been provided, and can be present in Accounting-Request records only where the Acct-Status-Type is set to Stop or Interim-Update

12

6

4–octet integer

[26–156]

Ipv6-Acct-Output-Gigawords

Number of times that the IPv6-Acct-Output-Octets counter has wrapped around 2^32 in the course of delivering this service, and can be present in Accounting-Request records only where the Acct-Status-Type is set to Stop or Interim-Update

12

6

4–octet integer

[26-157]

Ipv6-Ndra-Pool

Used in RADIUS Access-Accept message to inform the E Series router to allocate IPv6 Neighbor Discovery router advertisement prefix from this pool for the subscriber. If CLI knob aaa dhcpv6-ndra-pool override is disabled, JunosE interprets this attribute as Neighbor Discovery router advertisement local address pool name.

len

sublen

String: 16 alpha-numeric characters

[26-161]

Delegated-Ipv6-Pool

Used in RADIUS Access-Accept message to inform the E Series router to allocate IPv6 Neighbor Discovery router advertisement prefix from this pool for the subscriber. If CLI knob aaa dhcpv6-ndra-pool override is enabled, JunosE interprets this attribute as DHCPV6 PD pool name.

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String: 16 alpha-numeric characters

[26-164]

Ipv4-release-control

Causes the PPP application to notify the RADIUS server regarding IPv4 addresses released by a subscriber in a dual-stack network, when an IPCP negotiation for IPv4 sessions is terminated or if the IPv4 session becomes inactive. This attribute is added to RADIUS messages only if the subscriber session is of a dual-stack type and if the IPv4 address is allocated from the RADIUS server and not from local address pools.

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String: 32 alpha-numeric characters

[26-165]

PCP-Server-Name

Specifies the PCP server name to which DHCP clients send PCP requests. A PCP client must know the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of a PCP server, before it can communicate with the latter in order to perform the relevant PCP functions.

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String: 245 octets(alpha-numeric characters, dashes, periods)

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