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Configuring PCMM Policies and Parameter Substitutions (SRC CLI)

 

This topic describes how to define your SRC policies and parameter substitutions so that they comply with the PCMM Web service interface. The sample data shows the types of policies and parameters that you can configure. View the sample data with the following command:

If you use parameter substitutions, the PCMM Web service interface provides the values for the substitutions. You must name your parameters as specified in this topic.

Configuring Classify-Traffic Conditions for Dynamic Service Activator

Table 5 lists the classify-traffic condition fields that you can configure for PCMM classifiers that will be used with PCMM Web service interface. It also provides the parameter names that you must use if you configure parameter substitutions for the classifier.

Table 5: Parameter Names for Classify-Traffic Conditions

Field

Parameter Name

Protocol

protocol

Source IP Address

sourceIpAddress

Source IP Mask

sourceIpMask

Port

sourcePortStart and sourcePortEnd

destinationPortStart and destinationPortEnd

Destination IP Address

destinationIpAddress

Destination IP Mask

destinationIpMask

Configuring FlowSpec Actions for Dynamic Service Activator

You can use a FlowSpec action to specify the traffic profile in CommitResource messages. Table 6 lists the fields that you can use for PCMM policies that will be used with PCMM Web service interface. It also provides the parameter names that you must use if you configure parameter substitutions for the FlowSpec action.

Table 6: Parameter Names for FlowSpec Actions

Field

Parameter Name

Service Number

serviceNumber

Token Bucket Rate

bucketRate

Token Bucket Size

bucketDepth

Peak Data Rate

peakRate

Minimum Policed Unit

minPolicedUnit

Maximum Packet Size

maxDatagramSize

Rate

reservedRate

Slack Term

slackTerm

Configuring Service Class Name Actions for Dynamic Service Activator

You can use a service class name action to specify the traffic profile in CommitResource messages. Table 7 lists the field that you can use for PCMM policies that will be used with PCMM Web service interface. It also provides the parameter names that you must use if you configure parameter substitutions for a service class name action.

Table 7: Parameter Names for Service Class Actions

Field

Parameter Name

Service Class

TrafficClass

Configuring DOCSIS Actions for Dynamic Service Activator

You can use a DOCSIS action to specify the priority and bandwidth in the traffic profile in CommitResource messages. Table 8 lists the fields that you can use for PCMM policies that will be used with PCMM Web service interface. It also provides the parameter names that you must use if you configure parameter substitutions for the DOCSIS action.

Table 8: Parameter Names for DOCSIS Actions

Field

Parameter Name

Traffic Priority

priority

Maximum Sustained Traffic Rate

bandwidth

Maximum Traffic Burst

bandwidth

Minimum Reserved Traffic Rate

bandwidth