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Testing Service Sessions (SRC CLI)

 

Tasks to test service sessions are:

Testing Session Activations (SRC CLI)

Use the following command to test the activation of service sessions:

To test service session activations:

  1. Issue the test ims aracf-rq aar session-start command.
  2. To specify the name of the AAR message settings, use the aar-name option.
  3. (Optional) To specify the subscriber’s IP address, use the framed-ip-address option. If you specify a value, it will overwrite the configured test setting. If you did not configure this test setting, you must specify a value.
  4. (Optional) To specify the subscriber name, use the user-name option. If you specify a value, it will overwrite the configured test setting. If you did not configure this test setting, you must specify a value.
  5. (Optional) To specify the origin host for the simulator that generates the message, use the origin-host option. If you specify a value, it will overwrite the configured test setting.
  6. (Optional) To specify the origin realm for the simulator that generates the message, use the origin-realm option. If you specify a value, it will overwrite the configured test setting.

Testing Session Modifications (SRC CLI)

Use the following command to test service session modifications:

To test service session modifications:

  1. Issue the test ims aracf-rq aar session-modify command.
  2. To specify the session ID used to uniquely identify a user session, use the session-id option.
  3. To specify the name of the AAR message settings, use the aar-name option.

Testing Session Deactivations (SRC CLI)

Use the following command to test the deactivation of service sessions:

To deactivate a particular session, use the session-id option.