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    Gracefully Deactivating Subscriber Service Sessions

    You can deactivate a specific service for a subscriber, or you can delete a subscriber session, which deactivates all of the subscriber’s service sessions. We recommend you use this command to deactivate subscriber service sessions.

    You can gracefully deactivate subscriber service sessions using one of the following tasks:

    Gracefully Deactivating Service Sessions Based on Owner Details

    You can use the no service-management owner-session command to gracefully deactivate service sessions for a subscriber based on owner information.

    To gracefully deactivate service sessions for a subscriber based on owner information:

    • Issue the no service-management owner-session command in Global Configuration mode by specifying the owner name and owner ID of the service session you want to deactivate.
      host1(config)#no service-management owner-session aaa 426777 service-session “video(4500000, 192.168.10.3)”

      You can use the no version with the service-session keyword to deactivate the specified service session. You can use the no version without the service-session keyword to delete the subscriber’s session and deactivate all of the subscriber’s service sessions.

    Gracefully Deactivating Service Sessions Based on Subscriber Details

    You can use the no service-management subscriber-session command to gracefully deactivate service sessions for a subscriber based on the subscriber credentials.

    To gracefully deactivate service sessions for a subscriber based on the subscriber’s username and interface, and not the subscriber session ID:

    • Issue the no service-management subscriber-session command in Global Configuration mode by specifying the owner name and owner ID of the service session you want to deactivate.
      host1(config)#no service-management subscriber-session client1@isp1.com interface atm 4/0.1 service-session “tiered(1000000, 2000000)”

      You can use the no version without the service-session keyword to delete the subscriber’s session and deactivate all of the subscriber’s service sessions. You can use the no version with the service-session keyword to deactivate the specified service session.

    Published: 2014-08-20