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    Configuring ICR Partitions

    You can use RADIUS servers to authenticate subscribers and collect statistics related to the users logging in to an ICR partition on a virtual router. When you configure an ICR partition, you configure the interface on which the ICR partition resides and create a unique VRRP instance to manage the partition.

    To configure an ICR partition:

    1. Configure the interface.

      See Configuring the Interface on Which ICR Partitions Reside.

    2. Create a unique VRRP instance to manage the ICR partition.

      See Configuring VRRP Instances to Match ICR Requirements.

    3. Create and assign a name to the ICR partition.

      See Naming ICR Partitions.

    4. (Optional) Select the grouping criterion for the ICR partition.

      See Grouping ICR Subscribers Based on S-VLAN IDs and Grouping ICR Subscribers Based on VLAN IDs.

      Note: Grouping subscribers based on S-VLAN IDs is the default grouping option for ICR partitions. If you do not explicitly specify the grouping option, subscribers are grouped based on S-VLAN IDs.

    5. (Optional) Configure RADIUS.

      See Using RADIUS to Manage Subscribers Logging In to ICR Partitions.

    Published: 2014-08-12