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Release Highlights

Highlights include the following product enhancements:

Note: The SRC software runs on C Series Controllers—a range of hardware platforms. The SRC 4.7.0 software contains the features found in the SRC 4.6.0 release plus the features listed in this section. The SRC 4.7.0 software may contain references to the service activation engine (SAE) Release version 7.13.0.

Router Driver Performance Trap to Notify State Inconsistencies Between JunosE Router and JunosE Router Driver

The routerStateOutOfSynch trap is newly introduced in SRC SNMP agent to notify the state inconsistencies between the JunosE router and the JunosE router driver when the REMOVE DEC message is timed out.

Displaying Intermediate NIC Resolution Results and Logging Errors When Resolution Fails

The test nic resolve command is now enhanced to display the step-by-step NIC resolution results along with the final results and log the errors when the resolution fails.

You can view the step by step resolution results by including the intermediate option with the test nic resolve command at the [edit] hierarchy level.

HTTPS Support for Redirect Server

The SRC software now supports redirection of HTTPS traffic to a configured destination web server by using the redirect server. Before you start with setting up the HTTPS traffic redirection, you must create a certificate with the domain name of the URL. You can configure the redirect server to support HTTPS traffic by including the redirect-server https configuration statement with the port port and certificate-identifier certificate-identifier options.

The redirect server accepts HTTPS traffic only from the ports that you configured by using the https-port option at the [edit redirect-server ip-redirect] hierarchy level.

The request security generate-self-signed-certificate command is newly introduced to create a self-signed certificate.

Support for Storing Interim Events in SAE Fail Queue and VTA Performance Optimization

You can now store the service interim events in SAE fail queue, by including the save-interim-events-in-failqueue option under the [edit shared sae configuration plug-ins name name ejb-adaptor] hierarchy level.

The SRC VTA schema now uses the existing indexes that are created as part of the primary key for the MySQL database. This avoids maintaining the additional indexes in the database and consumes less memory.

The SRC VTA db-engine now retrieves the list of accounts for a specified subscriber instead of retrieving the account information every time for each subscriber.

Wildcard Character Support with Service Names in VTA Event Handler

The SRC software now supports the use of wildcard characters to configure an event for the specified service in event handler.

You can use glob pattern matching to configure events for the specified service. The pattern matching happens only when SRC VTA receives a new service event from the SAE. After the pattern matching, the service name related event handlers are evaluated and executed based on the priority.

NIC Event Trap to Notify blacklisted SAE

The nicHostBlacklistedSae event trap is newly introduced to notify a blacklisted SAE when the SAE is nonresponsive.

SAE Failover Traps Enhanced for Junos OS Device Drivers

The routerConnUp and routerConnDown traps are now enhanced to notify establishment or termination of diameter connections between Junos OS device drivers (devices of type junos-ise and junos-ptsp) and MX Series routers.

A juniSaeRouterState MIB entry is newly added in the Juniper-SDX-SAE-MIB file to allow you to query the state of Junos OS drivers through SNMP. The state of Junos OS drivers retrieved through SNMP is same as the output displayed by using the show sae drivers device-name device-name command.

Auto Refresh Feature Support through the C-Web Interface

The SRC software now supports configuring the auto refresh interval using the C-Web Interface. The Auto Refresh Interval option on the Preferences page allows you to prevent session time-outs while monitoring graphs and statistics. When you navigate to the Monitor and Graph pages, the pages keep refreshing and prevent the sessions from timing out. When you navigate away from the Monitor and Graph pages, the auto refresh feature is turned off. The available time intervals in the Auto Refresh Interval option are 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, 20 minutes, 25 minutes, and Never. By default, the Auto Refresh Interval is set to Never.

Note: This feature is applicable only for the Monitor and Graph pages, but not for the Configure, Diagnose, and Manage pages.

Modified: 2015-07-23