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    DSL Forum VSAs

    Table 1 describes the DSL Forum VSAs supported by JunosE Software for RADIUS. JunosE Software uses the vendor ID assigned to the DSL Forum (3561, or DE9 in hexadecimal format) by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA).

    Table 1: JunosE Software DSL Forum (Vendor ID 3561) VSA Formats

    Attribute Number

    Attribute Name

    Description

    Length

    Subtype Length

    Value

    [26-1]

    Agent-Circuit-Id

    Identifier for the subscriber agent circuit ID that corresponds to the DSLAM interface from which subscriber requests are initiated

    len

    sublen

    string: agent-circuit-id

    [26-2]

    Agent-Remote-Id

    Unique identifier for the subscriber associated with the DSLAM interface from which requests are initiated

    len

    sublen

    string: agent-remote-id

    [26-129]

    Actual-Data-Rate-
    Upstream

    Actual upstream data rate of the subscriber’s synchronized DSL link

    12

    6

    integer: 4-octet

    [26-130]

    Actual-Data-Rate-
    Downstream

    Actual downstream data rate of the subscriber’s synchronized DSL link

    12

    6

    integer: 4-octet

    [26-131]

    Minimum-Data-Rate-
    Upstream

    Minimum upstream data rate configured for the subscriber

    12

    6

    integer: 4-octet

    [26-132]

    Minimum-Data-Rate-
    Downstream

    Minimum downstream data rate configured for the subscriber

    12

    6

    integer: 4-octet

    [26-133]

    Attainable-Data-Rate-
    Upstream

    Upstream data rate that the subscriber can attain

    12

    6

    integer: 4-octet

    [26-134]

    Attainable-Data-Rate-
    Downstream

    Downstream data rate that the subscriber can attain

    12

    6

    integer: 4-octet

    [26-135]

    Maximum-Data-Rate-
    Upstream

    Maximum upstream data rate configured for the subscriber

    12

    6

    integer: 4-octet

    [26-136]

    Maximum-Data-Rate-
    Downstream

    Maximum downstream data rate configured for the subscriber

    12

    6

    integer: 4-octet

    [26-137]

    Minimum-Data-Rate-
    Upstream-Low-Power

    Minimum upstream data rate in low power state configured for the subscriber

    12

    6

    integer: 4-octet

    [26-138]

    Minimum-Data-Rate-
    Downstream-Low-Power

    Minimum downstream data rate in low power state configured for the subscriber

    12

    6

    integer: 4-octet

    [26-139]

    Maximum-Interleaving-
    Delay-Upstream

    Maximum one-way upstream interleaving delay configured for the subscriber

    12

    6

    integer: 4-octet

    [26-140]

    Actual-Interleaving-
    Delay-Upstream

    Subscriber’s actual one-way upstream interleaving delay

    12

    6

    integer: 4-octet

    [26-141]

    Maximum-Interleaving-
    Delay-Downstream

    Maximum one-way downstream interleaving delay configured for the subscriber

    12

    6

    integer: 4-octet

    [26-142]

    Actual-Interleaving-
    Delay-Downstream

    Subscriber’s actual one-way downstream interleaving delay

    12

    6

    integer: 4-octet

    [26-144]

    Access-Loop-
    Encapsulation

    Encapsulation used by the subscriber associated with the DSLAM interface from which requests are initiated

    11

    5

    string: 3-byte

    [26-254]

    IWF-Session

    Indication that the interworking function (IWF) has been performed for the subscriber’s session to enable the transport of PPP over ATM traffic on a PPPoE interface

    8

    2

    No data field required

    Published: 2014-08-20