Configuring SRC Components
After you create the basic SRC configuration, you can configure other SRC components and establish configurations for service providers and enterprises.
To configure SRC components in a deployment on C Series Controllers:
If your configuration includes a RADIUS server, start it.
Configure SAE local properties.
Obtain your SRC software license.
Install the license, and start the license server if you have a server license.
(Optional) Configure and start the SRC SNMP agent.
Start the SAE.
If you use firewall software on your internal network, review firewall access for SRC components.
Configure other SRC components.
Table 7 lists the principle SRC components that you can configure and names the document that provides information about configuring the components, typically from the CLI.
Table 7: Configuration Information for Other SRC Components
Configuring SRC ACP (SRC CLI)
Network information collector (NIC)
Configuring the NIC (SRC CLI)
Configuring Policy Groups (SRC CLI)
Configuring Policy Lists (SRC CLI)
Configuring the Redirect Server (SRC CLI)
Configuring the SAE to Manage Devices Running Junos OS (SRC CLI)
Configuring the SAE to Manage JunosE Routers (SRC CLI)
SAE access to external database that stores subscriber data
Configuring LDAP Access to Directory Data (SRC CLI)
Adding a Normal Service (SRC CLI)
Adding an Infrastructure Service (SRC CLI)
SRC Aggregate Services Overview
Subscribers and subscriptions
Adding Subscribers (SRC CLI)
Configuring Subscriptions (SRC CLI)
Enterprise Service Portals
SRC PE Solutions Guide
For information about using the C-Web interface to configure components, see the SRC PE C-Web Interface Configuration Guide.