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Management Interfaces

Steel-Belted Radius Carrier and its functions can be managed using a number of management interfaces. Following is a brief description of each management interface and a reference to where you can find specific details on each interface.

Web GUI

The front-end interfaces for the Steel-Belted Radius Carrier is the Web GUI. The Web GUI is an application that enables you to configure settings for SBR Carrier using a Web browser. In minutes, you can set up new users, alter standard profiles, or configure new network access servers from any computer on the network. Web GUI is used to configure most of the functions of Steel-Belted Radius Carrier. Refer to the particular function you want to configure, for specific details on how to use Web GUI to configure it. For more information about the Web GUI, see Using Web GUI.

LDAP Configuration Interface (LCI)

The LDAP Configuration Interface (LCI) provided by Steel-Belted Radius Carrier, consists of an LDAP interface in the Steel-Belted Radius Carrier server and an LDAP virtual schema. The LDAP virtual schema presents the structure of the Steel-Belted Radius Carrier session storage in a manner that can be understood by the LDAP client utilities. The LCI uses the virtual schema to retrieve entries from the session storage. For more information about the LCI, see Using the LDAP Configuration Interface.

Command Line Utility

A command line utility can be used to view sessions and issue Change of Authorization and Disconnect Message (CoA/DM) requests. For more information about the command line utility, see Using the Command Line Utility to Manage and Control Sessions.

XML/HTTPS Interface

Steel-Belted Radius Carrier includes an application programming interface (API) which is a proprietary XML request/response interface. This interface is used by Web GUI, command line utility, or a custom developed client management application to issue Change of Authorization and Disconnect Message (CoA/DM) requests. For more information, see XML over HTTPS Interface.

SNMP

SNMP support enables you to monitor Steel-Belted Radius Carrier from your SNMP console, in the same manner as you monitor other devices and services on your network. Steel-Belted Radius Carrier SNMP support includes SNMP traps and alarms. For more information, see Simple Network Management Protocol.

Modified: 2017-03-07