Configuring the Device Capabilities Supported in the Device Template (SRC CLI)
Device capabilities specify access behavior, modification of the existing service, and whether multiple COAs can attach to one VSA.
Use the following statements to configure the device capabilities:
To configure device capabilities, you specify the capability and its associated value. The associated value is dependent on the specified capability. Table 1 describes the available capabilities and associated values.
Table 1: Capabilities and Associated Values
Activation—Specify service access or activation behavior.
None (default value)—Indicates that the router is not capable of activating services during initial authorization or activation.
Access-Accept—Indicates that the router supports activating services only in RADIUS Access-Accept messages.
COA—Indicates that the router supports activating services in COA only.
Both—Enables both Access-Accept and COA requests.
Modification—Specify service modification behavior.
False (default value)—This attribute must be set to false.
Bundle—Indicates whether and how the router handles multiple service activations or deactivations in one COA.
None (default value)—Indicates no bundling.
Single—Indicates that the router accepts multiple requests.
To configure the device capabilities:
From configuration mode, access the statement that configures the device capabilities and specify the capability you want to configure. The following sample procedure uses g1 as the SIC group name and dt1 as the device template name.user@host# edit shared sic group identifier device-template id capabilities capability (activation | modification | bundle)
For example, to specify the bundle capability with a value of single, enter:user@host# edit shared sic group g1 device-template dt1 capabilities capability bundle
Specify a value for the capability. For example, to set the bundle capability to the value of single:[edit shared sic group g1 device-template dt1 capabilities capability bundle]user@host# set single