Configuring the Pseudo-RADIUS Server for External Subscriber Monitor (SRC CLI)

Use the following configuration statements to configure External Subscriber Monitor as a RADIUS accounting server:

slot number external-subscriber-monitor radius-accounting {port port; service-type (all | login | framed | callback-login | callback-framed | outbound | administrative | nas-prompt | authenticate-only | callback-nas-prompt | callback-check | callback-administrative);allow [allow...]; deny [deny...]; maximum-queue-length maximum-queue-length;}

To configure the RADIUS accounting server:

  1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that configures the RADIUS server.
    user@host# edit slot 0 external-subscriber-monitor radius-accounting
  2. (Optional) Specify the listening port for RADIUS requests.
    [edit slot 0 external-subscriber-monitor radius-accounting]user@host# set port port
  3. (Optional) Specify the service type of the RADIUS packets that will be forwarded.
    [edit slot 0 external-subscriber-monitor radius-accounting]user@host# set service-type service-type
  4. (Optional) Specify a list that filters which packets are forwarded to the SAE based on NAS ID or NAS IP.
    [edit slot 0 external-subscriber-monitor radius-accounting] user@host# set allow [allow...]
  5. (Optional) Specify a list that filters which packets are forwarded to the SAE based on NAS ID or NAS IP.
    [edit slot 0 external-subscriber-monitor radius-accounting]user@host# set deny [deny... ]
  6. Specify the maximum number of unacknowledged RADIUS messages to be received from the RADIUS server before it discards new messages.
    [edit slot 0 external-subscriber-monitor radius-accounting] user@host# set maximum-queue-length set maximum-queue-length
  7. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
    [edit slot 0 external-subscriber-monitor radius-accounting]user@host# show

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