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Configuring Resolution Information for a NIC Proxy (SRC CLI)

Use the following statements to configure resolution information for a NIC proxy:

nic-proxy-configuration name resolution {resolver-name resolver-name; key-type key-type; value-typevalue-type; expect-multiple-values; constraints constraints; }

To configure resolution information for a NIC proxy:

  1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that specifies the NIC proxy configuration.
    [edit]user@host# component-hierarchy nic-proxy-configuration name resolution

    For example:

    [edit]user@host# edit shared sae configuration nic-proxy-configuration ip resolution
  2. Specify the NIC resolver that this NIC proxy uses.
    [edit shared sae configuration nic-proxy-configuration ip resolution]user@host# set resolver-name resolver-name

    This resolver must be the same as one that is configured on the NIC host. For example:

    [edit shared sae configuration nic-proxy-configuration ip resolution]user@host# set resolver-name /realms/ip/A1
  3. Specify the NIC data type that the key provides for the NIC resolution.
    [edit shared sae configuration nic-proxy-configuration ip resolution]user@host# set key-type key-type

    For example:

    [edit shared sae configuration nic-proxy-configuration ip resolution]user@host# set key-type ip

    To qualify data types, enter a qualifier within parentheses after the data type; for example, to specify username as a qualifier for the key LoginName:

    [edit shared sae configuration nic-proxy-configuration ip resolution]user@host# set key-type LoginName (username)
  4. Specify the type of value to be returned in the resolution for the application that uses the NIC proxy.
    [edit shared sae configuration nic-proxy-configuration ip resolution]user@host# set value-type value-type

    For example:

    [edit shared sae configuration nic-proxy-configuration ip resolution]user@host# set value-type SaeId
  5. (Optional) If the key can have more than one value, specify that the key can have multiple corresponding values.
    [edit shared sae configuration nic-proxy-configuration ip resolution]user@host# set expect-multiple-values
  6. (Optional. Available at the Advanced editing level.) If the application provides a constraint in the resolution request, specify the data type for the constraint. The constraint represents a condition that must or may be satisfied before the next stage of the resolution process can proceed.
    [edit shared sae configuration nic-proxy-configuration ip resolution]user@host# set constraints constraints

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Modified: 2017-08-03