Configuring Subscriber Management for IP Subscribers on Dynamic Bridged Ethernet Interfaces

You can use the JunosE subscriber management application to configure and manage IP subscribers associated with a dynamic bridged Ethernet over static ATM 1483 interface column, as described in Subscriber Authentication on Dynamic Bridged Ethernet over Static ATM Interfaces.

To use the subscriber management application to configure IP subscribers on a dynamic bridged Ethernet interface for RADIUS authentication:

  1. Define an IP service profile that contains the subscriber’s RADIUS authentication parameters including the username, domain, and password.
  2. Configure the interface profile from which the router creates a dynamic bridged Ethernet interface column. For more information, see Dynamic Interface Configuration Using a Profile and Configuring Profile Characteristics.
    1. Include the desired characteristics for the upper-layer encapsulation types.
    2. (Optional) Specify the name of the route map used to configure the IP subscriber interface.
    3. Use the bridge1483 service-profile command to assign the specified IP service profile to the interface profile. The IP service profile contains the RADIUS authentication parameters for subscribers on the dynamic bridged Ethernet interface.
  3. Define the underlying static or dynamic ATM 1483 subinterface on which the dynamic bridged Ethernet interface column is built. For more information, see Configuring a Dynamic Bridged Ethernet Interface.
    1. Assign the specified interface profile to the ATM 1483 subinterface.
    2. Enable autodetection (autoconfiguration) of the bridged Ethernet upper-layer encapsulation type.
    3. Define the ATM PVC over which data is transmitted.
  4. (Optional) Use the show profile command to verify assignment of the IP service profile to the interface profile. For more information, see Monitoring the Characteristics of a Profile Assigned to Dynamic Interfaces.

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