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    Congestion Point Classification Criteria

    Congestion point classification criteria define match criteria that are used to find the congestion point profile. Use the fields in this topic to define classification criteria.


    • Value of directory attribute accountingUserId.


    • Identifier that a subscriber uses for authentication.
    • Value—Username


    • Content of the DHCP discover request.
    • Value—Byte array
      • First 4 octets—Gateway IP address (giaddr field)
      • Remaining octets—DHCP options

      For more information, see RFC 2131—Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (March 1997) and RFC 2132—DHCP Options and BOOTP Vendor Extensions (March 1997).


    • Name of the domain used for secondary authentication.
    • Value—Valid domain name
    • Example—domain=“”


    • RADIUS class attribute on the JunosE interface.
    • Value—RADIUS class name
    • Example—ifRadiusClass=“acpe”


    • Identifier for RADIUS accounting on the JunosE interface.


    • Description of the interface.
    • Value—Interface description that is configured on the JunosE router with the interface ip description command
    • Example—interfaceAlias=“dhcp-subscriber12”


    • Alternate name for the interface that is used by SNMP. This name is a system-generated name.
    • Value
      • On a JunosE router, the format of the description is


      • On the device running Junos OS, interfaceDescr is the same as interfaceName.
    • Example—interfaceDescr=“IP3/1”


    • Name of the interface.
    • Value
      • Name of the interface in your router CLI syntax
      • FORWARDING_INTERFACE for routing instance (used by traffic mirroring)
    • Example—For JunosE routers: interfaceName=“fastEthernet6/0”

      For devices running Junos OS: interfaceName=“fe-0/1/0.0”

      For forwarding interface: interfaceName=“FORWARDING_INTERFACE”

    localQosProfiles.<layer name>

    • Local QoS profile in the specified layer. Local QoS profiles refer to profiles that are attached using the JunosE router CLI or the Service Manager and not through a SAE.
    • Value—String
      • The <layer name> is one of the following values: ip, ipv6, lac, svlan, vlan, ethernet, atmVp, atmVc, atm, bridge, frVc, ipTunnel, l2tpTunnel.
    • Example—Specifying “localQosProfiles.vlan” returns the name of the QoS profile in the VLAN layer.


    • Subscriber's login name.
    • Value—Login name
    • Guidelines—The format of the login name varies. A loginName can be of form subscriber, domain\subscriber, subscriber@domain, or as otherwise defined by the login setup of the manager.
    • Example—idp@idp


    • IP address of the router.
    • Value—Byte array
      • For IPv4 address—4 octets in network byte order
      • For IPv6 address—16 octets in network byte order


    • Numeric identifier that the router uses to identify the interface to RADIUS.
    • Value—Integer


    • Port identifier of an interface.
    • Value—Includes interface name and additional layer 2 information
    • Example—portId=“fastEthernet 3/1” (There is a space between fastEthernet and slot number 3/1 in the nasPort field.)


    • PPP login name or the public DHCP username.
    • Value—Subscriber name
    • Example—primaryUserName=“peter”


    • RADIUS class attribute of the service definition.
    • Value—RADIUS class name
    • Example—radiusClass=“Premium”


    • Name of virtual router.
    • Value—Virtual router name in the format <virtualRouter>@<router>
    • Example—routerName=“default@e_series5”


    • Identifier of RADIUS session for the subscriber session.


    • Content of the RADIUS vendor-specific attribute for the service bundle.
    • Value—Name of a service bundle
    • Example—serviceBundle=“goldSubscriber”


    • Name of host on which the SAE is installed.


    • DN of a subscriber in the directory.
    • Value—DN of a subscriber profile


    • IP address of the subscriber.
    • Value—Byte array
      • For IPv4 address—4 octets in network byte order
      • For IPv6 address—16 octets in network byte order


    • Media access control (MAC) address of the DHCP subscriber.
    • Value—Valid MAC address
    • Example—userMacAddress=“00:11:22:33:44:55”


    • Type of subscriber.

    Published: 2014-06-19