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List of Figures

 

Figure 1: SAE Plug-In Architecture

Figure 2: SRC SAE APIs

Figure 3: Remote Interface on the SAE

Figure 4: Sending Accounting Data to a RADIUS Server

Figure 5: Sending Accounting Data to an Accounting File

Figure 6: Customer Choice for SRC Accounting Deployment

Figure 7: C-Web Interface for Monitoring Device Drivers Running Junos OS

Figure 8: C-Web Interface for Monitoring SNMP Statistics about all Devices

Figure 9: C-Web Interface for Monitoring SNMP Statistics about Specific Device

Figure 10: Interface Between the SRC software and the Services Control Gateway

Figure 11: SAE Community

Figure 12: Login Interactions with Assigned IP Subscribers

Figure 13: Login Interactions with Event Notification Application

Figure 14: Communication Between a NIC Proxy and a NIC Host in Client/Server Mode

Figure 15: Communication Between a NIC Host and a NIC Proxy in Local Host Mode

Figure 16: NIC Groups

Figure 17: NIC Group Selection by Round-Robin

Figure 18: NIC Resolution Request

Figure 19: Resolution Process for ip Realm

Figure 20: OnePop Centralized Configuration

Figure 21: OnePop Distributed Configuration

Figure 22: Redundancy for OnePop Centralized Configuration

Figure 23: Resolution Process for Pcmm_am Realm

Figure 24: OnePopPcmm Centralized Configuration

Figure 25: OnePopPcmm Distributed Configuration

Figure 26: Resolution Process for dynamicIp Realm

Figure 27: OnePopDynamicIp Centralized Configuration

Figure 28: OnePopDynamicIp Distributed Configuration

Figure 29: Resolution Process for sharedIp Realm

Figure 30: OnePopSharedIP Centralized Configuration

Figure 31: OnePopSharedIP Distributed Configuration

Figure 32: Resolution Process for the StaticRouteIp Realm

Figure 33: OnePopStaticRouteIp Centralized Configuration

Figure 34: OnePopStaticRouteIp Distributed Configuration

Figure 35: Resolution Process for the VrfIp Realm

Figure 36: OnePopVrfIp Centralized Configuration

Figure 37: OnePopStaticRouteIp Distributed Configuration

Figure 38: Resolution Process for acctId Realm

Figure 39: OnePopAcctId Centralized Configuration

Figure 40: Resolution Process for OnePopDualStackAcctId Realm

Figure 41: OnePopDualStackAcctId Centralized Configuration

Figure 42: Resolution Processes login Realm

Figure 43: OnePopLogin Centralized Configuration

Figure 44: OnePopLogin Distributed Configuration

Figure 45: OnePopLoginPull Distributed Configuration

Figure 46: Resolution Processes for primary_user Realm

Figure 47: OnePopPrimaryUser Centralized Configuration

Figure 48: OnePolpPrimaryUser Distributed Configuration

Figure 49: OnePopDnSharedIp Realms Centralized Configuration

Figure 50: OnePopDnSharedIp Realms Distributed Configuration

Figure 51: OnePopAllRealms Centralized Configuration

Figure 52: OnePopAllRealms Distributed Configuration

Figure 53: Resolution Process for Tunnel Realm

Figure 54: OnePopTunnel Centralized Configuration

Figure 55: OnePopPrefixIp Configuration

Figure 56: MultiPop Configuration

Figure 57: IP Realm for MultiPop Configuration

Figure 58: sharedIP Realm for MultiPop Configuration

Figure 59: Resolution Graph for MultiPop dn Realm

Figure 60: dn Realm for MultiPop Configuration

Figure 61: Position of SRC ACP in Network

Figure 62: C-Web Interface for Monitoring Edge Network Subscriber Sessions

Figure 63: C-Web Interface for Monitoring Edge Congestion Points by using DN

Figure 64: C-Web Interface for Monitoring Edge Congestion Points by using Subscriber Session

Figure 65: C-Web Interface for Monitoring Services in a Backbone Network

Figure 66: C-Web Interface for Monitoring Congestion Points in a Backbone Network by using Expression

Figure 67: C-Web Interface for Monitoring Congestion Points in a Backbone Network by using DN

Figure 68: C-Web Interface for Monitoring Action Congestion Points in a Backbone Network by using Service

Figure 69: C-Web Interface for Monitoring Action Congestion Points in a Backbone Network by using Expression

Figure 70: C-Web Interface for Monitoring Subscribers from External Applications

Figure 71: C-Web Interface for Monitoring Congestion Points from an External Application by using DN

Figure 72: C-Web Interface for Monitoring Congestion Points from an External Application by using Interface Name

Figure 73: C-Web Interface for Monitoring General SRC ACP Statistics

Figure 74: C-Web Interface for Monitoring SRC ACP Directory Statistics

Figure 75: C-Web Interface for Monitoring SRC ACP Device Statistics

Figure 76: The Rendering Process

Figure 77: Initial Authorization and Accounting Timing Sequence

Figure 78: Activation and Deactivation Timing Sequences

Figure 79: Abort Session Timing Sequence

Figure 80: Data Flow

Figure 81: Explicit Routing Rule Process

Figure 82: SIC Editing Rule Process

Figure 83: Editing and Accounting Routing Rule Conditions and Processes

Figure 84: SIC RADIUS and Diameter Configuration

Figure 85: SIC Diameter Configuration

Figure 86: Upstream and Downstream Network Element Clients and Targets

Figure 87: Upstream and Downstream Network Element Client and Target Configuration Options

Figure 88: Round-Robin

Figure 89: SNMP Support for the SIC

Figure 90: SRC VTA Architecture and Position in the SRC Network

Figure 91: SRC VTA Event Handler Model

Figure 92: Operation of the SRC VTA