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Logging In Simulated Subscribers (SRC CLI)

 

You can log in IPv4 subscribers in the following ways:

Logging In Authenticated DHCP Subscribers

Use the following command to log in simulated IPv4 authenticated DHCP subscribers:

To log in a simulated IPv4 authenticated DHCP subscriber:

  1. Issue the request sae login ipv4 authenticated-dhcp command. Specify the virtual-router, address, login-name, and mac-address options.

  2. (Optional) To specify the service bundle used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the service-bundle option.

  3. (Optional) To specify the RADIUS class used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the radius-class option.

  4. (Optional) To specify the virtual interface used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the interface-name option.

  5. (Optional) To specify the interface description used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the interface-alias option.

    If you are simulating JunosE routers, the interface alias is the description that is configured on JunosE routers with the interface description command.

  6. (Optional) To specify the alternate interface name used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the interface-description option.

  7. (Optional) To specify the port identifier of an interface used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the nas-port-id option.

Logging In Authenticated Interface Subscribers

Use the following command to log in simulated IPv4 authenticated interface subscribers:

To log in a simulated IPv4 authenticated interface subscriber:

  1. Issue the request sae login ipv4 authenticated-interface command. Specify the virtual-router, address, and login-name options.

  2. (Optional) To specify the service bundle used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the service-bundle option.

  3. (Optional) To specify the RADIUS class used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the radius-class option.

  4. (Optional) To specify the virtual interface used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the interface-name option.

  5. (Optional) To specify the interface description used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the interface-alias option.

    If you are simulating JunosE routers, the interface alias is the description that is configured on JunosE routers with the interface description command.

  6. (Optional) To specify the alternate interface name used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the interface-description option.

  7. (Optional) To specify the port identifier of an interface used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the nas-port-id option.

Logging In Unauthenticated DHCP Subscribers

Use the following command to log in simulated IPv4 unauthenticated DHCP subscribers:

To log in a simulated IPv4 unauthenticated DHCP subscriber:

  1. Issue the request sae login ipv4 unauthenticated-dhcp command. Specify the virtual-router, address, and mac-address options.

  2. (Optional) To specify the fully-qualified name used to log in the simulated subscriber, use the login-name option.

  3. (Optional) To specify the service bundle used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the service-bundle option.

  4. (Optional) To specify the RADIUS class used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the radius-class option.

  5. (Optional) To specify the virtual interface used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the interface-name option.

  6. (Optional) To specify the interface description used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the interface-alias option.

    If you are simulating JunosE routers, the interface alias is the description that is configured on JunosE routers with the interface description command.

  7. (Optional) To specify the alternate interface name used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the interface-description option.

  8. (Optional) To specify the port identifier of an interface used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the nas-port-id option.

Logging In Unauthenticated Interface Subscribers

Use the following command to log in simulated IPv4 unauthenticated interface subscribers:

To log in a simulated IPv4 authenticated interface subscriber:

  1. Issue the request sae login ipv4 authenticated-interface command. Specify the virtual-router and interface-name options.

  2. (Optional) To specify the IP address from which you log in the simulated subscriber, use the address option.

  3. (Optional) To specify the fully-qualified name used to log in the simulated subscriber, use the login-name option.

  4. (Optional) To specify the service bundle used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the service-bundle option.

  5. (Optional) To specify the RADIUS class used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the radius-class option.

  6. (Optional) To specify the interface description used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the interface-alias option.

    If you are simulating JunosE routers, the interface alias is the description that is configured on JunosE routers with the interface description command.

  7. (Optional) To specify the alternate interface name used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the interface-description option.

  8. (Optional) To specify the port identifier of an interface used when logging in the simulated subscriber, use the nas-port-id option.