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Configuring the SAE for a Cable Network Environment (SRC CLI)


The tasks to configure the SAE for a cable network environment are:

  1. Configure the SAE to manage PCMM devices.

    Configuring the SAE to Manage PCMM Devices (SRC CLI).

  2. Configure the session store.

    See Configuring the Session Store Feature (SRC CLI).

  3. Set up SAE communities.

    See Setting Up SAE Communities (SRC CLI).

  4. (Optional) Configure SAE properties for the event notification API.

    See Configuring SAE Properties for the Event Notification API (SRC CLI) (if you are using an external address manager).

  5. (Optional) Configure record-keeping server peers for plug-ins.

    See Configuring Record-Keeping Server Peers for Plug-Ins (SRC CLI) (if you are using the RKS plug-in).

  6. (Optional) Configure PCMM record-keeping server plug-ins.

    See Configuring PCMM Record-Keeping Server Plug-Ins (SRC CLI) (if you are using the SAE’s embedded policy server).

  7. (Optional) Configure CMTS-specific RKS plug-ins.

    See Configuring CMTS-Specific RKS Plug-Ins (SRC CLI).

In addition to configuring the SAE, you need to:

  1. Configure the CMTS device in the directory (if you are using the SAE’s embedded policy server).

    See Adding Objects for CMTS Devices (SRC CLI).

  2. Configure the NIC (if you are using assigned IP subscribers).

    See Using the NIC Resolver.

  3. Enable the Common Open Policy Service (COPS) interface on the CMTS device. See the documentation for your CMTS device for information about how to do this.