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A

action classes in the sample residential portal
application protocols, managing
architecture    
enterprise service portal
 

B

bandwidth on demand.     See BoD    
BoD (bandwidth on demand)    
services
subscriptions
 

C

callback interface
captive portal    
implementing
preventing access to resources
configuration level in Enterprise Manager Portal
conventions    
notice icons
text
CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture)    
plug-in interface    
enterprise service portal
remote API
customer support    1
contacting JTAC
 

D

DCU (destination class usage)
demonstration applications
deployment scenarios    
enterprise service portal
destination class usage
devices running Junos OS    
forwarding preferences
managing traffic
policies    
basic BoD
BOD
BoD and VPNs
firewall
NAT
provisioning services    
prerequisites
routing preferences
services    1
basic BoD
BoD
BoD and VPNs
firewall
NAT    12
directory server    
deployment with remote SAE
DirX directory server    
deployment with remote SAE
documentation    
comments on
 

E

enterprise    
service parameters
Enterprise Manager Portal    
application protocols, managing
BoD subscriptions
configuration level
deployment settings
firewall exception rules    
stateful firewalls    12
stateless firewalls    12
firewall subscriptions
fixed addresses for outgoing traffic
help
NAT    
IP address    123
rules for traffic
NAT Address Management Portal
NAT rules    12
overview    12
policies
public IP addresses, configuring    
incoming traffic
outgoing traffic
schedules    12
services
Enterprise Service Portal audit plug-in
enterprise service portals    1,  See also Enterprise Manager Portal    
accessing
architecture
configuring directory connections
data, displaying
deploying
improving performance
installing
managers    12
operators, managing    12
overview
performance
planning
prerequisites    12
server description
value substitution
value substitution for policy parameters
enterprise tag library    12
equipment registration    1,  See also sample residential portal    
description
event notification    
DHCP server
IP address manager
PCMM network
RADIUS server
events, IT manager audit
example-simple
 

F

files    
WEB-INF/jboss-web.xml
WEB-INF/portalBehavior.properties
WEB-INF/struts-config.xml    123
WEB-INF/tiles-defs.xml    123
WEB-INF/web.xml
firewall ports for sample SRC-applications
firewall services    
configuring    12
description
managing in Enterprise Manager Portal
policies for
router support
folders for installed software
forwarding preferences    12
 

I

installing    
Web applications
installing software    
enterprise service portals
interfaces    
callback
IP address managers, event notification
IP addresses    
acknowledging release
assigning in NAT Address Management Portal    12
NAT services    123
IP Filter
IP-in-IP tunneling
ISP service in sample residential portal
IT manager    
audit plug-in    
events
operators, managing    1234
 

J

Jakarta Struts Web application framework
Java development environment, Tomcat    12
Javadoc documentation for sample residential portal
JSP tag library.     See enterprise tag library    
JunosE routers    
policies    
basic BoD
BOD
services    
basic BoD
BoD
 

L

listeners, defining
 

M

manuals    
comments on
Monitoring Agent    
acting as pseudo RADIUS server
configuring    
properties
pseudo RADIUS agent    12
installing
intercepting DHCP messages
intercepting RADIUS accounting messages
monitoring    12
overview
stopping
multihop environment
 

N

NAT (Network Address Translation)    1,  See also NAT Address Management Portal    
rules
services for Enterprise Manager Portal
services, IP address    123
types
NAT Address Management Portal    
acknowledging IP address release
assigning IP addresses
deployment settings
Enterprise Manager Portal
overview
Network Address Translation.     See NAT    
NIC (network information collector)    
enterprise service portals. with
notice icons
 

P

packages, Solaris.     See Solaris packages    
parameters    
acquisition path and substitutions
sample enterprise service portal
patches for Solaris
performance    
enterprise service portals
plug-ins    1,  See also Enterprise Service Portal audit plug-in    
listeners
policies    
basic BoD
BoD
BoD and VPNs
NAT
parameters
ports for sample SRC-applications
precedence    
subscriptions
prevention, use of unauthorized resources
privileges    
IT managers
properties for sample residential portal
proxy request management
public wireless LAN applications
 

R

removing    
Solaris packages
Web applications
residential portal    1
developing
overview    12
prerequisites for development
RADIUS authentication for login
security
routing instances
rules, NAT
 

S

SAE (service activation engine)    
identifying
sample applications
sample enterprise service portal    
configuring connection to directory
customizing    1
privileges
data, displaying
managing services
monitoring    
service sessions
subscriptions
networks for departments    123
overview
service parameters    12
sample residential portal    
action classes
behaviors
customizing
developing portal based on the sample    12
development tools
equipment registration    12
installing
login
model components
overview    12
personal digital assistant (PDA)
prerequisites
schedules
service activation
services    
management
schedules
subscriptions
usage    
information
view components
Web application framework
sending traffic to VPNs
service activation
service parameters, enterprise
service schedules    
Enterprise Manager Portal, in
service schedules, sample residential portal
services    1,  See also firewall services    
basic BoD
BoD    123
devices running Junos OS    1
BoD and VPNs
NAT    12
sample enterprise service portal, managing
single-hop environment
Solaris packages    
installing
removing
Solaris patches
source class usage (SCU)
SRC single-hop requirement
subscribers    
billing
subscriptions    
enterprise hierarchy
priority
sample enterprise service portal, creating
substitutions    
parameter acquisition path
use
support, technical     See technical support    
 

T

technical support    
contacting JTAC
text conventions defined
Tomcat, as Java development environment    12
 

U

uninstalling.     See removing    
 

V

value substitution
virtual portal address
virtual private networks.     See VPNs    
VPNs (virtual private networks)    
directory
identifiers
modifying    1
VPN to which router sends traffic
sending traffic
stopping router from sending traffic
 

W

WAR files
Web application server    
application deployment
installing Web applications inside
Web applications    
installing
removing
WEB-INF/jboss-web.xml
WEB-INF/portalBehavior.properties
WEB-INF/struts-config.xml    123
WEB-INF/tiles-defs.xml    123
WEB-INF/web.xml

Managing Services from the Sample Residential Portal

After you log in to the portal, you can use the portal in the same way that a subscriber would use it. This section describes how to use the sample residential portal from a subscriber’s viewpoint.

Use the navigation pane on the left side of the page to move from one page to another.

You can set up, activate, and schedule additional services. These services supplement your basic Internet services, and may carry additional fees.

If you use DHCP to receive an IP address, you can also manage equipment registration.

Table 6 describes the tasks that you can perform in the sample residential portal and shows which item to select in the navigation pane to display the page that lets you perform the task.

Table 6: Navigation Pane for the Sample Residential Portal

To Do This

Select This Item in the Navigation Pane

Start and stop supplementary services.

View the price of a supplementary service.

Services

View service statistics for traffic sent and received during your login session.

Usage

View the list of services made available to you by the Internet service provider. The list shows whether a service is automatically activated at login or whether you need to activate the service from the portal.

Change the type of service activation from this page.

Account

Specify a schedule that indicates when a specified service should be activated and/or deactivated.

Schedules

View and change the services to which you subscribe.

Subscribe

If you are a DHCP user, register your DHCP equipment to always obtain an authenticated IP address.

Register

If you have equipment registration enabled, disable it.

Unregister

Starting and Stopping Services

You can start and stop services to which you have a subscription. You can view which supplementary services the Internet service provider makes available to you in the Subscribe page, and subscribe to services there. After you subscribe to a service, the Services page lists the service. See Subscribing to Services.

To start or stop services:

  1. In the navigation page, click Services.

    The Services page appears.

  2. Click the tab that specifies the type of service to start or stop.
  3. In the page that lists the service:
    • To start a service, click the red circle under Status.
    • To stop a service, click the green check mark under Status.
  4. If a password is required to start a service, enter your password at the prompt.
  5. To have a service become active when you log in to the portal again, click Persistent before you start the service.

    If you specify a schedule for a service, that service is active as defined in the schedule and may remain active after you log out of the portal. See Setting Up Service Schedules.

Getting Usage Information

From the portal, you can view information about how long a service has been active and can view traffic statistics for your current login session. Internet service providers could use this type of information to generate accounting data for specified services, such as a video gold service that would support video on demand.

To get usage information for your current login session:

  1. In the navigation pane, click Usage.

    The Usage page appears.

  2. Click the tab that specifies the type of service for which you want usage information for your current login session.

Setting Up the Type of Service Activation

You can have a service activated every time you log in to the portal, or you can activate it from the Services page when needed.

To view information about service activation and change how a service is activated:

  1. In the navigation pane, click Account.

    The Account page appears.

  2. Click the tab that specifies the type of service that you want to view or for which you want to change the type of activation:
    • To start a specified service when you connect to your Internet service provider, click Automatic.
    • To start a specified service only when you want it to become active, click Manual.
  3. Click Update.

Setting Up Service Schedules

You can set up schedules to activate specified services and deactivate specified services at fixed times. The schedules operate independently of whether you are logged in to the portal. For example, you could set up a schedule that activates a video gold service at 12 noon on every Saturday and deactivates the service at 12 midnight on the same day.

To create a service schedule:

  1. In the navigation pane, click Schedules.

    The Schedules page appears.

  2. In the Name field, specify a name for the schedule.
  3. Under Schedule, specify the time to start the service under from, and the time to stop the service under to.

    For information about the type of information to enter in these fields, see Specifying Values for Times and Setting Times.

  4. Under Actions, specify the operation to be performed for the service that you select under Service.

    For information about the type of information to enter in these fields, see Setting Actions.

  5. After you finish making all schedule entries, click Schedule.

    The schedule appears under EventList, and the schedule of actions for this month appears under ThisMonth.

Specifying Values for Times

When you create or change schedules, you can use the values in the following list to make entries in the from and to sections in the Schedules page. See Setting Times for a description of each entry field under the Schedule area of the page.

  • Asterisks (*) are interpreted differently depending on the field in which you enter one as a value. The following list describes how the SRC software interprets an * as a value for the various fields:
    • Minutes and hours—0 (zero)
    • Time zones—Local SAE time zone
    • All other fields—First through last
    • For fields in the To section of the schedule area, * for the end time is equivalent to “deny service activation after this start date.”
    • For dates in the From section of the schedule area, * is equivalent to “deny service activation anytime before this end date.”
  • Range of numbers or letters separated by a hyphen—The range is inclusive; for example, 1-5 for the hour specifies hours 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. A range of mon-wed specifies Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
  • List of numbers, letters, or ranges separated by commas—For example, 1,2,5,9 or 0-4,8-12 or mon-wed,fri-sat.
  • Skip values in ranges.
    • Skip a number’s value through the range, follow a range with /<number>. For example, 0-23/2 used in the hours field specifies that the event occurs every other hour.
    • Skip values with *. If you want to specify every two hours, use */2.

      Note: If you set both a day of the month and a day of the week, the day of the month is used.

Setting Times

Use the following field definitions when you make entries in the from and to sections in the Schedules page. For information about general guidelines that apply to these entry fields, see Specifying Values for Times.

Year

  • Year in which to schedule an action.
  • Value—Four integers that indicate the year
  • Default—*

Month

  • Month of the year in which to schedule an action.
  • Value
    • 1–12
    • First three letters of the name of the month
  • Default—*
  • Example—For January, specify one of the following:
    • jan
    • 1

Day

  • Day of the month in which to schedule an action.
  • Value—1–31
  • Default—*

Hour

  • Hour of the day in the indicated month in which to schedule an action.
  • Value—0–23
  • Default—*

Minute

  • Number of minutes past the indicated hour in which to schedule an action.
  • Value—0–59
  • Default—*

DOW

  • Day of the week in which to schedule an action.
  • Value
    • 0–6, with 0 representing Sunday, and each subsequent number representing the next day of the week.
    • First three letters of the name of the day
  • Default—*
  • Example—For Saturday and Sunday, specify one of the following:
    • sat, sun
    • 6, 0

TZ

  • Time zone to use in the schedule.
  • Value
    • * —Local time zone of the SAE.
    • An offset to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) in the format:

      GMT (+|-) ( hh:mm | hh mm | hh )

      hh—<hour>

      mm—<minute>

  • Default—Time zone specified by the Internet service provider
  • Example
    • Canada/Eastern or America/New York
    • GMT +5 sets the time zone to 5 hours behind GMT.

Setting Actions

In the Actions area, specify the type of action to be taken for a specified service.

Operation

  • Type of action to be taken at the indicated time.
  • Value—Menu of actions to be taken
    • deactivate—Deactivates the specified service at the indicated time.
    • activate—Activates the specified service at the indicated time.
    • deny—Does not allow activation of the specified service at the indicated time.
    • deny and deactivate—Deactivates the service if it is currently active and does not allow activation of the indicated service at the specified time.
  • Guidelines—For deactivate and activate, specify times only in the from fields; any entries in the to fields are ignored.

Service

  • Service for the schedule.
  • Value—Menu of services to which you have a subscription

Subscribing to Services

After you subscribe to a service, you can activate the service to use it. Your Internet service provider decides which services are available to you for subscription. For information about activating a service, see Starting and Stopping Services.

To manage subscriptions to services:

  1. In the navigation pane, click Subscribe.

    The Subscribe page appears.

  2. Click the tab that specifies the type of service to which you want to subscribe or unsubscribe.
    • To subscribe to a specified service, click Subscribed.
    • To stop a subscription to a specified service, click Unsubscribed.
  3. After you finish making all schedule entries, click OK.

Registering Equipment for DHCP Login

If your Internet service provider assigns an IP address by using DHCP, you can register your equipment to automatically obtain an authenticated IP address when you log in to the portal. Your equipment can be a device other than a PC, such as an IP phone or a set-top box.

To register your equipment:

  1. In the navigation pane, click Register.

    The Register page appears.

  2. Specify the username and password to use for equipment registration, and click Continue.
  3. In the page that appears, specify the media access control (MAC) address of the equipment to be registered, provide a brief description of this equipment, and click Register.

    The page displays the registration information.

Disabling Equipment Registration

If you previously registered your equipment to obtain an authenticated IP address, you can change your configuration to disable equipment registration.

To disable registration of your equipment:

  1. In the navigation pane, click Unregister.

    The Unregister page appears.

  2. Enter your username and password, and click Continue.

    A page appears that shows the equipment that you have registered.

  3. Select the Unregister check box, and click Unregister.

    The Welcome page for the portal appears.

You can also disable equipment registration when you log out of the portal; see Logging Out of the Sample Residential Portal.

Modified: 2016-05-27