Accounting Method and Target (SRC CLI)
The proxy accounting method forwards accounting events to a downstream network element that contains a proxy AAA server.
You configure accounting target by specifying the accounting method used by the SIC group. The accounting target for explicit accounting routing rules and implicit routing rules is always a proxy AAA server in both downstream and remote network elements.
Using the Proxy RADIUS Accounting Method
The proxy RADIUS accounting method forwards accounting events to an accounting target (AAA server) located in a downstream network element. You use the shared sic group identifier accounting-method accounting-method-name proxy radius statement to configure a proxy RADIUS accounting method as the accounting method. You configure the downstream network element that contains the AAA server by using the shared sic group identifier radius network-element id downstream statement. You configure the AAA server as the accounting target by using the shared sic group identifier radius network-element id downstream accounting-target statement.
Following is a basic working configuration for the proxy accounting method that includes the default configuration:
Accounting listener—You must specify a name for the accounting listener. You can use the default port 1813.
Device model—You can use the default model.
Proxy accounting method—You must configure the proxy accounting method.
Outbound transport—You can use the default outbound transport.
Upstream RADIUS network element and accounting client—You must define the upstream network element and at least one accounting client.
Downstream RADIUS network element and accounting target—You must define the downstream network element and the accounting target.
Accounting route—You must define the accounting route.
Logger—You can use the default logger.