Monitoring Configuration of Tunnel Parameters with AAA

Purpose

Display configuration of tunnel parameters used for tunnel definitions.

Action

To display the configuration of tunnel parameters used for tunnel definitions:

host1#show aaa tunnel-parameters
Tunnel password is 3&92k%b#q4
Tunnel client-name is <NULL>
Tunnel nas-port-method is none
Tunnel switch profile is boston 
Tunnel tx-connect-speed-method is qos 
Tunnel nas-port ignore disabled
Tunnel nas-port-type ignore disabled
Tunnel assignmentId format is assignmentId 
Tunnel calling number format is fixed (stacked)
 Tunnel calling number format fallback is fixed 

Meaning

Table 91 lists the show aaa tunnel-parameters command output fields.

Table 91: show aaa tunnel-parameters Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Tunnel password

Default tunnel password

Tunnel client-name

Hostname that the LAC sends to the LNS when communicating about the tunnel

Tunnel nas-port-method

Default NAS port type

Tunnel switch profile is

Name of the default L2TP tunnel switch profile

Tunnel tx-connect-speed-method is

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

Tunnel nas-port ignore

Whether the router uses the tunnel peer’s NAS-Port [5] attribute; enabled or disabled

Tunnel nas-port-type ignore

Whether the router uses the tunnel peer’s NAS-Port-Type [61] attribute; enabled or disabled

Tunnel assignmentId format

Value of the tunnel assignment ID that is passed to PPP/L2TP

Tunnel calling number format

Format configured for L2TP Calling Number AVP 22 generated by the LAC

Tunnel calling number format fallback

Fallback format configured for L2TP Calling Number AVP 22 generated by the LAC

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