Table of Contents

About the Documentation
SRC Documentation and Release Notes
Audience
Documentation Conventions
Documentation Feedback
Requesting Technical Support
Providing Specialized Services in an SRC Environment
Managing Tiered and Premium Services with QoS on JunosE Routers (SRC CLI)
QoS on JunosE Routers Overview
Dynamically Managing QoS Profiles
How QoS Profile Tracking Works
Identifying QoS Services
Determining the QoS Profile
Setting Up Policy Groups
Policy Group for QoS Profile Attachment Service
Setting Up Services
Reestablishing Default QoS Profile
Example: How QTP Activates a QoS Service
Configuring QoS Profile-Tracking Plug-Ins (SRC CLI)
Configuring Search Filters for QoS Profile-Tracking Plug-Ins
Updating QoS Profile Data in the Directory
Query Fields
Examples: Searching for QoS Information
Managing Subscribers for a Wireless Roaming Environment
Wireless Roaming Environment Overview
Subscriber Access in a Wireless Roaming Environment
Configuring Subscriber Access for a Wireless Location
Configuring RADIUS Authentication
Creating Subscriber Access to an ISP
Creating Web Access
Setting Idle Timeout Options for the SAE
Configuring VoIP Services in an SRC Network
Session Management for VoIP Services Overview
Accounting and Tracking
VoIP Call Setup
Configuring Policies and Services for VoIP
Activating VoIP Services for Assigned IP Subscribers
Setting Timeouts for Assigned IP Subscriber Sessions
Providing Packet Mirroring in an SRC Network
Packet-Mirroring Services Overview
Configuring Packet-Mirroring Support in an SRC Network
Configuring the Script Service for Packet Mirroring
Configuring Parameters for the Script Service for Packet Mirroring
Specifying Maximum Number of RADIUS Peers (SRC CLI)
Example: Using the Sample Packet-Mirroring Application
Example: Packet Mirroring for PPP Subscribers
Example: Packet Mirroring for DHCP Subscribers
Configuring DHCP Subscriber Sessions
Disabling RADIUS Authentication for DHCP Subscribers
Defining RADIUS Attributes for Dynamic Authorization Requests with the SAE Core API
Managing Services in a PCMM Environment
Providing Premium Services in a PCMM Environment
PCMM Environment Overview
PCMM Architecture
DOCSIS Protocol
Service Flows
Client Types
Client Type 1 Single Phase Resource Reservation Model
Client Type 2 Single Phase Resource Reservation Model
SRC Software in the PCMM Environment
Traffic Profiles
End-to-End QoS Architecture
Extending QoS to the Subscriber Edge Domain
Extending QoS to the Service Edge Domain
Provisioning End-to-End Services
Example for Videoconferencing Services
Example for Video-on-Demand Services
Using the SAE in a PCMM Environment
Logging In Subscribers and Creating Sessions
Assigned IP Subscribers
Login Interactions with Assigned IP Subscribers
Event Notification from an IP Address Manager
Login with Event Notification
SAE Communities
Storing Session Data
PCMM Record-Keeping Server Plug-In
Configuring the SAE for a PCMM Environment (SRC CLI)
Configuring the SAE for a Cable Network Environment (SRC CLI)
Configuring the SAE to Manage PCMM Devices (SRC CLI)
Setting Up SAE Communities (SRC CLI)
Configuring the SAE Community Manager
Configuring SAE Properties for the Event Notification API (SRC CLI)
Configuring Record-Keeping Server Peers for Plug-Ins (SRC CLI)
Configuring PCMM Record-Keeping Server Plug-Ins (SRC CLI)
Configuring CMTS-Specific RKS Plug-Ins (SRC CLI)
Adding Objects for CMTS Devices (SRC CLI)
Adding Objects for CMTS Devices (SRC CLI)
Creating Virtual Routers for the CMTS Device (SRC CLI)
Using the NIC Resolver in a PCMM Environment
Using the NIC Resolver in PCMM Environments
Using PCMM Policy Servers
JPS Overview
JPS Framework
JPS Interfaces
Application Manager to Policy Server Interface
Policy Server to RKS Interface
Policy Server to CMTS Interface
Configuring the JPS (SRC CLI)
Configuration Statements for the JPS
Configuring the JPS (SRC CLI)
Modifying the JPS Configuration (SRC CLI)
Configuring General Properties for the JPS (SRC CLI)
Specifying Policy Server Identifiers in Messages (SRC CLI)
Configuring Logging Destinations for the JPS (SRC CLI)
Configuring JPS to Store Log Messages in a File (SRC CLI)
Configuring JPS to Send Log Messages to System Logging Facility (SRC CLI)
Specifying Connections to the Application Managers (SRC CLI)
Configuring Connections to RKSs (SRC CLI)
Specifying Connections to RKSs (SRC CLI)
Configuring RKS Pairs (SRC CLI)
Configuring RKS Pairs for Associated Application Managers (SRC CLI)
Specifying Connections to CMTS Devices (SRC CLI)
Modifying the Subscriber Configuration (SRC CLI)
Configuring Subscriber IP Pools as IP Address Ranges (SRC CLI)
Configuring Subscriber IP Pools as IP Subnets (SRC CLI)
Configuring the SAE to Interact with the JPS (SRC CLI)
Specifying Application Managers for the Policy Server (SRC CLI)
Specifying Application Manager Identifiers for Policy Servers (SRC CLI)
Adding Objects for Policy Servers to the Directory (SRC CLI)
Configuring Initialization Scripts (SRC CLI)
Enabling State Synchronization (SRC CLI)
Using the NIC Resolver
Managing the JPS
Starting the JPS (SRC CLI)
Restarting the JPS (SRC CLI)
Stopping the JPS (SRC CLI)
Displaying JPS Status (SRC CLI)
Monitoring the JPS (SRC CLI)
Monitoring the JPS
Viewing Server Process Information
Viewing JPS State
Viewing Performance Statistics for the JPS Interfaces
Viewing Network Connections for the Application Manager
Viewing Network Connections for the CMTS Device
Viewing Performance Statistics for the CMTS Locator
Viewing Message Handler Information
Monitoring the JPS (C-Web Interface)
Viewing Information About the JPS Server Process (C-Web Interface)
Viewing JPS AM Statistics (C-Web Interface)
Viewing JPS AM Connections (C-Web Interface)
Viewing JPS CMTS Statistics (C-Web Interface)
Viewing JPS CMTS Connections (C-Web Interface)
Viewing JPS CMTS Locator Statistics (C-Web Interface)
Viewing JPS Message Handler Statistics (C-Web Interface)
Viewing JPS Message Flow Statistics (C-Web Interface)
Viewing JPS RKS Statistics (C-Web Interface)
Managing Services on RADIUS and Diameter Devices
Managing Services on Third-Party Devices in the SRC Network
COA Script Service Overview
Configuring COA Script Services
Configuring Monitoring Agent to Receive RADIUS Accounting Messages
Creating the COA Script Service (SRC CLI)
Configuring the COA Script Service (SRC CLI)
Parameters for Sample COA Script Service
Configuring Subscriptions to the COA Script Service
Example: Using the Sample COA Script Service
Defining RADIUS Attributes for COA Requests with the API
Managing the SRC Diameter Server
Configuring the Diameter Application (SRC CLI)
Configuring the Diameter Application Properties
Configuring the Diameter Client Properties
Configuring the Diameter Server Properties
Configuring Logging Destinations
Configuring Diameter Peers (SRC CLI)
Monitoring the SRC Diameter Server (SRC CLI)
SRC CLI Commands to Monitor the SRC Diameter Server
Viewing Statistics for the SRC Diameter Server (SRC CLI)
Viewing Message Handler Information for the SRC Diameter Server (SRC CLI)
Viewing Server Process Information for the SRC Diameter Server (SRC CLI)
Viewing Information About SRC Diameter Server Requests (SRC CLI)
Viewing SRC Diameter Server State (SRC CLI)
Managing Services with Diameter on MX Series Routers
SRC Peer Support on MX Series Routers Overview
Managing Services on MX Series Routers Using the Diameter Application
Configuring JSRC on the MX Series Router
Configuring the Diameter Application (SRC CLI)
Configuring the Diameter Application Properties
Configuring the Diameter Client Properties
Configuring the Diameter Server Properties
Configuring Logging Destinations
Adding Network Devices (SRC CLI)
Configuring Diameter Peers (SRC CLI)
Configuring the SAE to Manage Network Devices (SRC CLI)
Configuring JSRC Policies (SRC CLI)
Configuring JSRC Policy Lists
Configuring JSRC Policy Rules
Configuring Dynamic Profile Actions
Configuring Operation Script for Policy Provisioning (SRC CLI)
Managing an MX Series Router as a Service Node
Service Nodes in an SRC Environment Overview
SRC Software in the Service Node Environment
Service Node Scenario When the Access Device is Managed by the SRC Software
User Login
User Login Scenario When the Access Session is Created Before the PTSP Session
User Login Scenario When the PTSP Session is Created Before the Access Session
User Logout
Using the SRC Software to Support PTSP
Accessing the Network Before the SRC Cluster Is Notified About a PTSP Session
Accessing the Network After the SRC Cluster Is Notified About a PTSP Session
Changing the Network Connection
Disconnecting from the Network
Terminating the PTSP Session
Configuring SRC Software to Support Service Nodes
Managing Subscriber-Level Policies on MX Series Routers
Managing Subscriber-Level Policies on MX Series Routers Overview
Managing Dynamic Policy Changes on MX Series Routers Using the Diameter Application
Configuring PTSP to Manage Subscriber-Level Policies
Configuring PTSP on the MX Series Router
Adding an MX Series Router as a PTSP Network Device (SRC CLI)
Configuring the SAE to Obtain Information About Subscribers (SRC CLI)
Obtaining Subscriber Session Information from the SSR Database
Configuring Event Publishers
Configuring the SAE to Write Information About Subscribers to the SSR Database (SRC CLI)
Configuring the PTSP Device Driver (SRC CLI)
Configuring the PTSP Device Driver Session Store (SRC CLI)
Configuration Statements for PTSP Policies (SRC CLI)
Configuring PTSP Policies (SRC CLI)
Configuring Policy Groups (SRC CLI)
Configuring PTSP Policy Lists (SRC CLI)
Configuring the PTSP Policer Instance (SRC CLI)
Configuring PTSP Policy Rules (SRC CLI)
Configuring PTSP Classify-Traffic Conditions (SRC CLI)
Creating PTSP Classify-Traffic Conditions (SRC CLI)
Configuring Destination Networks for PTSP Classify-Traffic Conditions (SRC CLI)
Configuring Destination Grouped Networks for PTSP Classify-Traffic Conditions (SRC CLI)
Configuring Protocol Conditions for PTSP Classify-Traffic Conditions (SRC CLI)
Configuring Protocol Conditions with Ports for PTSP Classify-Traffic Conditions (SRC CLI)
Configuring Protocol Conditions with Parameters for PTSP Classify-Traffic Conditions (SRC CLI)
Configuring TCP Conditions for PTSP Classify-Traffic Conditions (SRC CLI)
Configuring Traffic Match Conditions for PTSP Classify-Traffic Conditions (SRC CLI)
Configuring PTSP Actions
Configuring Policer-Ref Actions (SRC CLI)
Configuring Forwarding Instance Actions (SRC CLI)
Configuring Forwarding Class Actions (SRC CLI)
Configuring Filter Actions (SRC CLI)
Example: Configuring the SRC Software to Support PTSP on the MX Series Router
Example: Configuring the SRC Software to Support Both PTSP and JSRC on the MX Series Router
Managing Subscriber Sessions on MX Series Routers in an SRC Network
Subscriber Sessions on MX Series Routers Overview
Managing Subscriber Sessions on MX Series Routers (SRC CLI)
Configuring External Subscriber Monitor (SRC CLI)
Configuring Pseudo–RADIUS Authorization Server Properties (SRC CLI)
Configuring the Pseudo–RADIUS Authorization Server (SRC CLI)
Configuring the Directory Connection Properties for the Subscriber Data
Configuring Directory Connection Properties for the Cached DHCP Profiles
Configuring the NIC Proxy for the Pseudo-RADIUS Authorization Server (SRC CLI)
Configuring Resolution Information for a NIC Proxy
Changing the Configuration for the NIC Proxy Cache
Configuring a NIC Proxy for NIC Replication
Extracting RADIUS Attributes with the Pseudo–RADIUS Authorization Server (SRC CLI)
Extracting Interface Name Attribute Values
Extracting Virtual Router Name Attribute Values
Enabling the Pseudo-RADIUS Authorization Server (SRC CLI)
Disabling the Pseudo-RADIUS Authorization Server (SRC CLI)
Setting Up MX Series Routers in the SRC Network (SRC CLI)
Configuring the COA Script Service for MX Series Routers (SRC CLI)
Configuring Parameters for the Script Service for MX Series Routers (SRC CLI)
Configuring Subscriptions to the Script Service
Viewing Statistics for the Pseudo–RADIUS Authorization Server (SRC CLI)
Monitoring Statistics for the Pseudo–RADIUS Authorization Server (SRC CLI)
Configuring Services for SRC-Managed Routers
DPI Script Service Overview
Creating the DPI Script Service (SRC CLI)
Configuring Subscriptions to the DPI Script Service
Parameters for DPI Script Service
Creating a Configuration File
Configuring Batch Parameters
Substituting Parameters in Policy Templates
Configuring Policy Templates
Example: Using the DPI Script Service
Using SRC Configuration Wizards
SRC Configuration Wizards Overview (SRC CLI)
SRC Configuration Wizards Overview (SRC CLI)
How Configuration Wizards Work (SRC CLI)
Navigating Screens in the Wizard (SRC CLI)
Running a Configuration Wizard (SRC CLI)
SRC Configuration Wizards Overview (C-Web Interface)
SRC Configuration Wizards Overview (C-Web Interface)
How the Configuration Wizards Work (C-Web Interface)
Navigating Screens in the Wizard (C-Web Interface)
Running a Configuration Wizard (C-Web Interface)
Using the Fair Usage on MX Series Routers Configuration Wizard
Fair Usage on MX Series Routers Configuration Wizard Overview
Fair Usage on MX Series Routers Configuration Wizard Configuration Overview
Fair Usage on MX Series Routers Configuration Wizard Definition File
Configuration Provided by the Fair Usage on MX Series Routers Configuration Wizard
Required Input Parameters for the Fair Usage on MX Series Routers Configuration Wizard
Running the Fair Usage on MX Series Routers Configuration Wizard (SRC CLI)
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