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Configuring the SAE to Manage JunosE Routers (SRC CLI)

 

To set up the SAE to manage JunosE routers, configure a router driver that specifies a COPS server that can accept COPS connections from the COPS client in JunosE routers.

Use the following configuration statements to configure the SAE to manage JunosE routers:

To configure the SAE to manage JunosE routers:

  1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that configures the JunosE router driver. In this sample procedure, the JunosE driver is configured in the west-region group.

  2. (Optional) Disable the accounting-per-attachment feature to calculate accounting statistics for each policy list on the basis of the accounting flag status of each policy rule in the policy list.

    Note
    • To enable the accounting-per-attachment feature, configure the accounting-per-attachment option at the [edit shared sae group group-name configuration driver junose] hierarchy.

    • By default, the accounting-per-attachment feature is not set.

    • You must restart the sscc connection for the configuration changes to take effect.

    • You can configure the accounting-per-attachment feature under the [edit shared sae group group-name configuration driver junose] or [edit shared network device] hierarchy. The settings configured under the [edit shared network device] hierarchy override the settings under the [edit shared sae group group-name configuration driver junose] hierarchy.

  3. Configure the port number of the SAE COPS server. The port number must match the configuration of the SRC client in the JunosE router.

  4. Configure the number of outstanding connection attempts before connections are dropped.

  5. Configure the delay time (in milliseconds) for dual-stack interfaces. dual-stack-delay is not configured by default.

  6. Configure the interval between keepalive messages sent from the COPS client (the JunosE router).

  7. Configure the timeout interval in which the COPS server waits for a response to COPS requests.

  8. Configure the maximum length of a COPS message.

  9. Configure the buffer size for receiving COPS messages from the JunosE client. We recommend that you use the default setting unless you are instructed to change it by Juniper Networks.

  10. Configure the buffer size for sending COPS messages to the JunosE client. We recommend that you use the default setting unless you are instructed to change it by Juniper Networks.

  11. Configure the maximum time that a DHCP address request remains pending.

  12. Configure the size of the thread pool for handling unsolicited messages. These threads are shared among all JunosE router drivers.

  13. Configure the minimum amount of time to keep the state of a router driver after its COPS connection has been closed.

  14. (Optional) If you are using COPS-XDR, specify whether or not the JunosE router driver keeps a record of unmanaged interfaces.

  15. (Optional) Enable or disable sending of interface-tracking events for unmanaged interfaces for the XDR router driver.

  16. (Optional) Verify your configuration.