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Configuring Implicit Routing (SRC CLI)

 

You configure implicit accounting and authentication routes by specifying the name of a previously configured network element that has the proxy function assigned to it. You can also define a default route used for all requests from all realms, or you can specify that only requests from specific realms are routed to the proxy AAA server. When you specify specific realms, you have the option to set a condition of either an exact match of the realm string, or a match on the prefix of the realm string.

Use the following statements to configure implicit routes for the SIC:

To configure implicit routes for the SIC:

  1. From configuration mode, access the statement that configures the remote AAA server as a proxy. For example, to configure the AAA server in a network element called ne1 as a proxy:

  2. (Optional) Specify that only requests from specific realms are routed to the proxy AAA server by specifying the names of the realms. For example, to specify that all requests from the realm called abc.com are routed to the proxy AAA server:

  3. (Optional) Specify the match condition for the realm.

  4. (Optional) Specify whether you want this proxy AAA server to be the default route for requests from all realms.