SIC Configuration Summary
SIC RADIUS Configuration Summary (SRC CLI)
The SIC default configuration satisfies the needs of most environments, with minor changes such as accounting and authentication targets, editing rules, routing rules, and RADIUS clients.
To configure the SIC RADIUS options:
Use the default settings for the connection between the SIC and the Juniper Networks database, or configure your own connection.
Use the default SIC group, or create an SIC group or server.
Use the default dictionary for the SIC group, or define dictionary changes.
Use the default device model (default-model), or configure the device models used by upstream and downstream network elements.
(Optional) Configure editing rules for the SIC group.
Configure any realms you want processed by the local server.
Configure the accounting listener for the SIC group.
Configure the authentication listener for the SIC group.
Configure outbound transport for the SIC group.
Configure the upstream and downstream network elements.
For the upstream network element, configure:
Supported device models
Dynamic authorization target and failover policy
For the downstream network element, configure:
Supported device models
Accounting target and failover policy and mode
Authentication target and failover policy and mode
Configure the accounting method used by the SIC group.
(Optional) Create additional server instances as desired.
(Optional) Configure request routing.
Configure transport options for each SIC server in the group.
Configure event logging.
(Optional) Configure SNMP options.
SIC RADIUS Dynamic Authorization Configuration Summary (SRC CLI)
To configure RADIUS dynamic authorization support, you must configure the device and service templates:
Review the device and service template configuration overview.
Configure the device template used by the SIC group.
Configure the device capabilities.
Configure the service template.
Configure any tagged attributes for the service template.
Configure the global service template.
SIC Diameter Configuration Summary (SRC CLI)
To configure Diameter support for the SIC:
Configure the SIC Diameter server including the Diameter network element failover policy and the Diameter peers.
Configure the Diameter application.
See Configuring the Diameter Application (SRC CLI).
Configure the SRC Diameter server.
See Configuring Diameter Peers (SRC CLI).
Configuring Management of RADIUS-Enabled Devices for the SIC (SRC CLI)
To configure management of RADIUS-enabled devices when using the SIC:
Configure the NAS group peers, device capabilities, and routes.
Configure the SAE to manage SAE devices.
Configure the AAA policy rules.