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    Configuring the Router to Perform Various Actions on Detecting Parity Error in the FPGA User and Policy Accounting Statistics

    You can configure the router, which functions as an SRC or RADIUS client, to perform various actions (such as subscriber termination) on detecting parity error in a statistics FPGA by using the parity error check mechanism. For more information about the parity error check mechanism and system operations on detecting corruption, see Detection of Corruption in the Statistics FPGA and System Operations on Detecting Corruption.

    You can prevent the SRC or RADIUS client from sending incorrect and discrepant user and policy accounting statistics to the SRC or RADIUS server by enabling the router to perform various actions on parity error detection.

    To configure the router to perform various actions on detecting parity error in the user and policy accounting statistics in the statistics FPGA:

    • Enable the router to perform actions (such as subscriber termination) on detecting parity error.
      host1#fpga-stats-monitoring-enable

      You can use the no version of the fpga-stats-monitoring-enable command to disable this functionality. By default, the router is disabled from performing various actions on detecting parity error.

      Note: The parity error check mechanism always checks for the parity error during various scenarios (such as policy attachment).

    • Enable the capability to generate SNMP traps when corruption is determined in the user and policy accounting statistics.
      host1(config)#fpga-stats-monitoring trap enable

      You can use the no version of the fpga-stats-monitoring trap enable command to disable this functionality. By default, SNMP traps are not generated on detecting parity error.

    Published: 2014-08-14