Working with Service Session Profiles

This topic describes the settings you can configure for a new service session profile or the attributes you can modify in an existing service session profile. Creating or modifying a service session profile comprises the following sets of tasks:

Note: To modify an existing profile, you can add new attributes or use the no version of a command to remove an attribute.

Creating a New Service Session Profile

You can create a new service session profile, and enter Service Session Profile Configuration mode by using the service-management service-session-profile command. You can also use this command to modify the attributes of a previously created profile.

To create a new service session profile:

Specifying Statistics Collection Settings

You can use the statistics command in Service Session Profile Configuration mode to enable statistics collection and to specify the type of statistics to collect.

Specifying the Maximum Bandwidth for a Service Session

You can use the volume command in Service Session Profile configuration mode to specify the maximum amount of bandwidth that can use the service.

To configure the maximum amount of bandwidth for a service session:

The router immediately terminates the subscriber’s service session when the specified traffic volume is exceeded. The range is 0–16777251MB.

Use the no version to delete the volume attribute from the service session profile.

Note: The volume attribute uses values captured by the Service Manager statistics feature to determine when the threshold is exceeded. Therefore, you must configure and enable statistics collection to use this attribute. See Configuring Service Manager Statistics.

Specifying the Interval for the Active State of a Service Session

You can use the time command in Service Session Profile configuration mode to specify the maximum amount of time that the service session can be active for the subscriber.

To configure the maximum duration for which a subscriber service session can be active:

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