Configuring the RADIUS Authentication Listener for the SIC Group (SRC CLI)

The authentication listener listens for RADIUS authentication messages and filters undesired events based on attachment session attributes. Complete the following tasks to configure the authentication listener:

  1. Configuring the RADIUS Authentication Listener Queue Limits (SRC CLI)
  2. Configuring the RADIUS Authentication Listener Transport (SRC CLI)

Configuring the RADIUS Authentication Listener Queue Limits (SRC CLI)

Use the following statements to configure the RADIUS authentication listener queue limit:

shared sic group identifier radius authentication-listener limit {incoming-queue incoming-queue;transaction-queue transaction-queue;}

To configure the RADIUS authentication listener queue limits:

  1. From configuration mode, access the statement that configures the RADIUS authentication listener queue limits. For example, to configure the limits for a group called group1:
    [edit]user@host# edit shared sic group group1 radius authentication-listener limit
  2. (Optional) Specify the incoming queue limit for the RADIUS authentication listener.
    [edit shared sic group group1 radius authentication-listener limit]user@host# set incoming-queue incoming-queue
  3. (Optional) Specify the transaction queue limit for the RADIUS authentication listener.
    [edit shared sic group group1 radius authentication-listener limit]user@host# set transaction-queue transaction-queue

Configuring the RADIUS Authentication Listener Transport (SRC CLI)

Use the following statements to configure the RADIUS authentication listener transport:

shared sic group identifier radius authentication-listener transport
shared sic group identifier radius authentication-listener transport id { port port; connections-per-thread connections-per-thread;connect-timeout connect-timeout;disconnect-timeout disconnect-timeout;}
  1. From configuration mode, access the statement that configures the RADIUS authentication listener transport and specify a name for the transport. Each RADIUS authentication transport must have a unique name. For example, to configure a transport called auth-tran1:
    [edit]user@host# edit shared sic group group1 radius authentication-listener transport auth-tran1
  2. Specify the UDP port number of the authentication listener from which the server listens for RADIUS packets.
    [edit shared sic group group1 radius authentication-listener transport auth-tran1]user@host# set port port
  3. (Optional) Specify the number of UDP connections per thread.
    [edit shared sic group group1 radius authentication-listener transport auth-tran1]user@host# set connections-per-thread connections-per-thread
  4. (Optional) Specify the UDP connection timeout in milliseconds.
    [edit shared sic group group1 radius authentication-listener transport auth-tran1]user@host# set connect-timeout connect-timeout
  5. (Optional) Specify the UDP disconnection timeout in milliseconds.
    [edit shared sic group group1 radius authentication-listener transport auth-tran1]user@host# set disconnect-timeout disconnect-timeout

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