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    logout subscribers

    Syntax

    logout subscribers { all | domain domainName | icr-partition icrPartitionId |
    port interfaceSpecifier | interface { lag } interfaceLocation | username userName | virtual-router vrName }

    Release Information

    Command introduced before JunosE Release 7.1.0.
    icr-partition keyword and icrPartitionLocationId variable added in JunosE Release 10.3.0
    interface and lag keywords and interfaceLocation variable added in JunosE Release 12.2.0

    Description

    Logs out the authenticated PPP or DHCP local server users. Also, logs out subscribers based on the ICR partition ID. There is no no version.

    Options

    • all—Logs out all PPP or DHCP local server sessions.
    • domainName—Logs out active PPP or DHCP local server sessions whose usernames have the mentioned domain name.
    • icr-partition—Logs out subscribers based on the location ID of the partition in the ICR cluster.
    • icrPartitionLocationID—A unique identifier for each ICR partition on a chassis; a maximum of 128 characters. Note that this ID is different from the partition ID, which is configured using the ip vrrp vrid icr-partition partitionId command. The partition location ID that you specify here is a combination of the interface within the chassis on which the ICR partition is configured and the VRRP ID, which is system-defined and nonconfigurable.
    • interfaceSpecifier—Location of the port with active PPP subscribers; format varies according to interface type; see Interface Types and Specifiers.
    • lag—Displays subscribers based on the LAG interface
    • interfaceLocation—Location of the member interfaces in a LAG bundle for which subscribers that logged in to those interfaces are displayed; format varies according to interface type; see Interface Types and Specifiers.
    • userName—Logs out active PPP or DHCP local server sessions whose names match the username.

      Note: You must specify the complete username with the domain name (if available) regardless of the status of the strip domain feature on a virtual router or AAA domain map.

    • vrName—Logs out active PPP or DHCP local server sessions whose interfaces are bound to a specific virtual router.

    Mode

    Privileged Exec

    Published: 2014-08-20