Configuring the Router to Work with the SRC Software

E Series Broadband Services Routers have an embedded SRC client that interacts with the SRC software. For information about configuring the SRC client, see SRC Client Configuration Overview.

Figure 12 shows the scenario for this example. Subscribers obtain access to ISP Boston via a router. Subscribers log in through the SRC software, and a RADIUS server provides authentication.

Figure 12: Non-PPP Equal-Access Configuration Example

Non-PPP Equal-Access Configuration Example

The following steps describe how to configure this scenario.

  1. Configure interfaces on the router.
    host1(config)#interface loopback 0 host1(config-if)#ip address host1(config-if)#ip address secondary host1(config-if)#exit host1(config)#interface fastEthernet 2/0 host1(config-if)#ip unnumbered loopback 0
  2. Configure the parameters to enable the router to forward authentication requests to the RADIUS server.
    host1(config)#radius authentication server host1(config)#udp-port 1645 host1(config)#key radius
  3. Specify the authentication method.
    host1(config)#aaa authentication ppp default radius


    host1(config)#aaa authentication ppp default none
  4. Enable the DHCP local server.
    host1(config)#service dhcp-local
  5. Specify the IP addresses that are in use, so that the DHCP local server cannot assign these addresses.
    host1(config)#ip dhcp-local excluded-address host1(config)#ip dhcp-local excluded-address
  6. Configure the DHCP local server to provide IP addresses to subscribers of ISP Boston.
    host1(config)ip dhcp-local pool ispBoston host1(config-dhcp-local)#network host1(config-dhcp-local)#domain-name ispBoston host1(config-dhcp-local)#default-router host1(config-dhcp-local)#lease 0 0 10 host1(config-dhcp-local)#ip dhcp-local limit atm 5
  7. Configure the SRC client.
    host1(config)#sscc enable host1(config)#sscc retryTimer 200 host1(config)#sscc primary address port 3288

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