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Adding Devices Running Junos OS and Virtual Routers (SRC CLI)

 

On devices running Junos OS, the SAE manages interfaces. The SRC module associates a virtual router called default with each device running Junos OS. Each device running Junos OS in the SRC network and its associated virtual router (VR) called default must appear in the directory. The VRs are not actually configured on the device running Junos OS; the VR in the directory provides a way for the SAE to manage the interfaces on the device running Junos OS.

You can add routers the following ways:

Adding Operative Devices Running Junos OS (SRC CLI)

To add to the directory routers and Junos OS VRs that are currently operative and have an operating SNMP agent:

  • In operational mode, enter the following command:

    where:

  • network—Address (with or without mask) of the network to discover

  • community—Name of the SNMP community to which the devices belong

If you add a router using the discover network feature, the software adds the IP address of the first SNMP agent on the router to respond to the discover request.

Adding Routers Individually (SRC CLI)

Use the following configuration statements to add a router:

To add a router:

  1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statements that configure network devices. This procedure uses junose_boston as the name of the router.

    The same procedure can be used for routers running Junos OS.

  2. (Optional) Disable the accounting-per-attachment feature to calculate accounting 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 network device] 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. (Optional) Add a description for the router.

  4. (Optional) Add the IP address of the router.

  5. (Optional) Specify the type of device that you are adding.

  6. (Optional) Specify quality of service (QoS) profiles that are configured on the router.

  7. (Optional) Verify your configuration.

Adding Virtual Routers Individually (SRC CLI)

You can add a virtual router to an existing router.

Use the following configuration statements to add a virtual router:

To add a virtual router:

  1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statements for virtual routers. This procedure uses junose_boston as the name of the router and vr1 as the name of the virtual router.

  2. Specify the addresses of SAEs that can manage this router. This step is required for the SAE to work with the router.

    To specify the active SAE and the redundant SAE, enter an exclamation point (!) after the hostname or IP address of the connected SAE. For example:

  3. (Optional) Specify an SNMP community name for SNMP read-only operations for this virtual router.

  4. (Optional) Specify an SNMP community name for SNMP write operations for this virtual router.

  5. (Optional) Specify service scopes assigned to this virtual router. The scopes are available for subscribers connected to this virtual router for selecting customized versions of services.

  6. (Optional) Specify the list of IP address pools that a virtual router currently manages and stores.

  7. (Optional) Specify the list of IP address pools that a virtual router manages but does not store.

  8. (Optional) Specify the plug-ins that track interfaces that the SAE manages on this virtual router.

  9. (Optional) Specify a list of plug-ins that are notified of interface events for this virtual router.

  10. (Optional) Specify a single-tracking plug-in or a list of tracking plug-ins used to track subscriber sessions associated with this virtual router.

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

  12. (Optional) Specify the VPN identifier used by this virtual router. For edge devices, you can specify VRF instead of a string to use the VRF instance reported by the device as the VPN identifier. For example, if you specify VRF for a JunosE router, the VPN identifier is the name of the virtual router.

  13. (Optional) Verify your configuration.