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    Configuring the Subscriber Type (SRC CLI)

    Use the following configuration statements to configure the subscriber type:

    shared ims configuration subscriber-types (ip | login-name) { nic-proxy nic-proxy; subscriber-id-type (address | login-name | primary-user-name); }

    To configure the subscriber type:

    1. From configuration mode, access the statement that configures the subscriber type.
      user@host# edit shared ims configuration subscriber-types (ip | login-name)

      where:

      • ip—Subscriber type of IP address
      • login-name—Subscriber type of login ID

      For example, the subscriber type called ip is configured in this sample procedure.

      user@host# edit shared ims configuration subscriber-types ip
    2. Specify the namespace that defines the properties for the NIC proxy operations for the specified subscriber ID type. Each subscriber type must use a different NIC proxy. In this sample procedure, the namespace for the NIC proxy called ip is configured.
      [edit shared ims configuration subscriber-types ip] user@host# set nic-proxy ip
    3. (Optional) Specify the type of information used to identify the subscriber.
      [edit shared ims configuration subscriber-types ip] user@host# set subscriber-id-type (address | login-name | primary-user-name)

      where:

      • address—Subscriber’s IP address
      • login-name—Subscriber’s login name
      • primary-user-name—Primary username

      In this sample procedure, the subscriber ID type is specified as the subscriber IP address.

      [edit shared ims configuration subscriber-types ip] user@host# set subscriber-id-type address
    4. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
      [edit shared configuration subscriber-types ip] 
      user@host# show

    Modified: 2009-11-11