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Configuring SRC ACP Properties (C-Web Interface)

 

Configuring Logging Destinations for SRC ACP

SRC ACP groups contain default file logging configurations. You can modify an existing configuration or create a new one.

To modify logging destinations that store log messages in a file:

  1. Click Configure>Shared>ACP, expand the group for which you want to configure logging and expand Configuration.

    Several Logger:file configurations appear.

  2. In the Create new list, select Logger.

  3. Type a name for the new logger in the dialog box, and click OK.

    The logger appears in the side pane.

  4. Select the configuration that you want to modify, enter information as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Apply.

To create logging destinations to store log messages in a file:

  1. Click Configure>Shared>ACP, and expand the group for which you want to configure logging destinations and expand Configuration.

  2. From the Create new list, select Logger.

  3. Type a name for the new logging configuration, and click OK.

    The logger appears in the side pane.

  4. Expand the new logging configuration, select File, and enter information as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Apply.

You can configure logging destinations to send log messages to the system logging facility. SRC ACP groups contain default system logging configurations. You can modify an existing configuration or create a new one.

To modify an existing system logging configuration:

  1. Click Configure>Shared>ACP, expand the group for which you want to modify an existing configuration, and expand Configuration.

    Several Logger:syslog configurations appear.

  2. Select the configuration that you want to modify, enter information as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Apply.

To create a configuration that causes logging destinations to send log messages to the system logging facility:

  1. Click Configure>Shared>ACP, and expand the group for which you want to modify an existing configuration.

  2. In the Create new list, select Logger. Type a name for the new logging configuration, and click OK.

    The logger appears in the side pane.

  3. Expand the new logging configuration, select Syslog, and enter information as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Apply.

Configuring SRC ACP Operation

To configure SRC ACP operation:

  1. Click Configure>Shared>ACP, expand the group for which you want to modify an existing configuration, and expand Configuration.

  2. Click ACP Options, enter information as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Create.

  3. In the Remote Update Database Index Keys box, specify the values to look for in the configuration data. Specifying index keys can improve performance by filtering the data.

    The value is a list of attributes, separated by commas. An attribute is one of the following text strings:

    • accountingId—Value of directory attribute accountingUserId.

    • dhcpPacket—Content of the DHCP discover request.

    • hostname— Name of the host on which the SAE is installed.

    • ifIndex—SNMP index of the interface. This attribute is not supported on devices running Junos OS.

    • ifRadiusClass—RADIUS class attribute on the JunosE interface. This attribute is not supported on devices running Junos OS.

    • ifSessionId—Identifier for RADIUS accounting on the JunosE interface. This attribute is not supported on devices running Junos OS.

    • interfaceAlias—Alias of the interface; that is, the IP description in the interface configuration.

    • interfaceDescr—SNMP description of the interface.

    • interfaceName—Name of the interface.

    • loginName—Subscriber's login name.

    • nasInetAddress—IP address of the router; using a byte array instead of an integer.

    • nasPort—NAS port used by the router to identify the interface to RADIUS.

    • portId—Identifier of VLAN or virtual circuit. For a virtual circuit, use the format <VPI>/<VCI>. This attribute is not supported on devices running Junos OS.

      • <VPI>—Virtual path identifier

      • <VCI>—Virtual connection identifier

    • primaryUserName—PPP login name or the public DHCP username. This attribute is not supported on devices running Junos OS.

    • routerName—Name of the virtual router in the format <virtualRouter>@<router>.

      • <virtualRouter>—Virtual router name

      • <router>—Router name

    • routerType—Type of router driver.

    • userInetAddress—IP address of the subscriber that uses a byte array instead of an integer.

    • userMacAddress—MAC address of the DHCP subscriber. This attribute is not supported on devices running Junos OS.

    • userRadiusClass—RADIUS class attribute of the subscriber session for a service. This attribute can occur multiple times and can be returned by an authorization plug-in.

    • userType—Type of subscriber.

  4. In the Interface Tracking Filter box, specify the interface tracking events that the SRC ACP ignores.

    The value is filter strings in the format of a list of <attribute>=<value> pairs. The filter strings can be contained within query operations.

    • <attribute>—Name of an attribute for an interface tracking event.

    • <value>—Filtering string of the following types:

      • *—Any value

      • Explicit string—Any value matching the specified string (not case-sensitive)

      • String containing an asterisk—Any value containing the specified string (not case-sensitive)

    • To perform query operations on filter strings, you can use the following values in your filter strings:

      • ()—Match no objects.

      • (*)—Match all objects.

      • (&<filter><filter>...)—Performs logical AND operation on filter strings; true if all filter strings match.

      • (|<filter><filter>...)—Performs logical OR operation on filter strings; true if at least one filter string matches.

      • (!<filter>)—Performs logical NOT operation on filter string; true if the filter string does not match.

Configuring CORBA Interfaces

To configure CORBA interfaces:

  1. Click Configure>Shared>ACP > Configuration, and then click CORBA.

    The CORBA pane appears.

  2. Click Create, enter information as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Apply.

Configuring SRC ACP Redundancy

To configure SRC ACP redundancy and state synchronization with the SAE:

  1. Click Configure>Shared>ACP > Redundancy.

    The Redundancy pane appears.

  2. Enter information as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Apply.

Configuring Connections to the Subscribers’ Directory

To configure how SRC ACP connects to the directory that stores subscriber information:

  1. Click Configure>Shared>ACP > LDAP, and expand Subscriber Data.

    The Subscriber Data pane appears.

  2. Enter information as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Apply.

Configuring Connections to the Services’ Directory

To configure how SRC ACP connects to the directory that stores service information:

  1. Click Configure>Shared>ACP > LDAP, and expand Service Data.

    The Service Data pane appears.

  2. Enter information as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Apply.

Configuring SRC ACP Scripts and Classification

To configure SRC ACP scripts and classification:

  1. Click Configure>Shared>ACP > Configuration and then expand Scripts and Classification.

    The Scripts and Classification pane appears.

  2. Click Create, enter information as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Apply.