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Example: Basic SIC Group Configuration (SRC CLI)

 

This sample configuration uses the default SIC group called default-group, and the default SIC server called default-server.

An editing rule called username specifies that if the source, which is the request attribute User-Name, contains the @test.com suffix, the suffix is to be removed, and the resulting value placed in the target, which is the request attribute User-Name. A second editing rule, called vpnid, specifies that the target, which is the SIC variable vpn-id, should be replaced with the value of the source, which is the request attribute NAS-Identifier.

The SIC group (default-group) includes the default device model called default-model, which are both using the default dictionary called radius.

The accounting listener for the SIC listens on port 1813 for incoming accounting events. An upstream network element called netpc is using the default device model called default-model. The netpc network element contains four accounting clients called netpc13, netpc14, netpc15, and netpc16. The IP addresses and shared secrets of these accounting clients are provided as examples only. The outbound transport uses port 0.

The accounting route called test-route specifies that the editing rule called vpnid is to be applied before the request is routed to the accounting target.

Table 30 lists the attribute mapping defined between the SIC and the SAE plug-in attributes.

Table 30: Sample Configuration Attribute Associations

SIC Variable or Attribute

SAE Plug-In Attribute

Request-attribute User-Name

Login-name

Request-attribute Calling-Station-Id

Property.calling-station-id

Variable ReceiveTime

Property.session-start-time

Variable UserStatusType

Property.session-state

Request-attribute Framed-IP-Address

User-inet-address

Three log streams are configured, including the default log stream called default-logger, which captures events for the log groups at the event levels listed in Table 31.

Table 31: Log Groups and Associated Event Level for Log Stream=default logger

Log Group

Event Level

Administration

Warning

Configuration

Warning

Packet

Debug

PacketTrace

Warning

PacketTraceRaw

Warning

System

Warning

Two additional log streams are configured, called debug-logger and error-logger, which capture events for the log groups at the event levels listed in Table 32 and Table 33.

Table 32: Log Groups and Associated Event Level for Log Stream=debug-logger

Log Group

Event Level

Administration

Debug

Configuration

Debug

Packet

Debug

PacketTrace

Debug

PacketTraceRaw

Debug

System

Debug

Table 33: Log Groups and Associated Event Level for Log Stream=error-logger

Log Group

Event Level

Administration

Warning

Configuration

Warning

Packet

Warning

PacketTrace

Warning

PacketTraceRaw

Warning

System

Warning