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    Configuring the SAE for the SRC 3GPP Gy

    You must configure the SAE to recognize SRC's Gy by adding information about SRC's Gy to the SAE properties. Tasks for configuring the SAE for SRC's Gy are:

    Configuring the SRC 3GPP Gy as an External Plug-In

    To configure an external plug-in for the SAE:

    1. From configuration mode, access the statement that configures the external plug-ins.
      user@host# edit shared sae configuration plug-ins name name external
    2. Configure the object reference of the external plug-in that is exported to the SAE.
      [edit shared sae configuration plug-ins name name external]user@host# set corba-object-reference corba-object-reference

      where corba-object-reference is one of the following references:

      • Path to the interoperable object reference (IOR) file in the format file:///opt/UMC/3gpp/var/run/3gpp-gy.ior
      • The corbaloc URL in the format corbaloc::host:9889/ASGGy/statesync/<namespace> where host is the IP address of the C Series Controller or 127.0.0.1
      • Common Object Services (COS) in the format corbaname::host:2809/NameService#ASGGy/statesync/<namespace>
    3. Specify the plug-in attributes.
      [edit shared sae configuration plug-ins name name external]user@host# set attributes attribute

      Plug-in attributes for SRC's Gy include:

      • USER-SESSION-HANDLE
      • LOGIN-NAME
      • INTERFACE-DESCR
      • USER-INET-ADDRESS
      • PROPERTY
      • SERVICE-SESSION-NAME
      • SERVICE-NAME
      • IN-OCTETS
      • OUT-OCTETS
      • SERVICE-IDENTIFIER
      • ROUTER-NAME

      For more information about configuring plug-in attributes, see Configuring the SAE for External Plug-Ins (SRC CLI).

    Configuring Event Publishers

    You must configure the SAE to publish service-authorization events and service-tracking events to SRC's Gy at global and subscriber level. Any other events are ignored.

    For information about configuring event publishers, see Special Types of Event Publishers.

    Modified: 2016-12-29