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    Deactivating Subscriber Service Sessions by Using the CLI Overview

    The CLI supports several methods that enable you to manually deactivate service sessions. You can:

    • Gracefully terminate all services or a specific service for a particular subscriber
    • Gracefully terminate all service or a specific service associated with a particular owner
    • Force the immediate termination of all of a subscriber’s sessions
    • Use service session profiles to create time or volume thresholds for the service and deactivate the service when the threshold is reached. See Service Session Profiles Overview and Working with Service Session Profiles.

      Note: You can use the CLI commands described in this topic to delete subscriber and service sessions that are created by either RADIUS or the CLI.

    The Service Manager CLI commands enable you to use variations of the no service-management subscriber-session command to terminate service sessions.

    Published: 2014-08-20