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    Running the Fair Usage on MX Series Routers Configuration Wizard (SRC CLI)

    The fair usage on MX Series routers configuration wizard uses the SAE group name “fair-usage”, which must exist before you invoke the wizard. If the group “fair-usage” does not exist, you must create it by committing set slot 0 sae shared /SAE/fair-usage. Because the wizard uses a single-step configuration commit process, it is not possible to commit the local and shared SAE configurations simultaneously.

    Refer to Fair Usage on MX Series Routers Configuration Wizard Configuration Overview for more information about the parameters you need to configure for this procedure.

    The wizard definition file is located under /opt/UMC/cli/ddl/. To run the fair usage on MX Series routers configuration wizard:

    1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that runs the fair usage on MX Series routers configuration wizard.
      [edit]user@host# configuration-wizard wizard-name fair-usage-mx.wiz.xml

      Most of the SRC configuration is predefined in the wizard definition file. However, you must enter the values for parameters specific to your environment in the following steps. Navigate through the dialog boxes by pressing the Tab key and the Space bar.

    2. Enter the values for the SRC host parameters dialog box. Figure 1 shows a sample dialog box for these parameters.

      Figure 1: SRC Host Parameters Dialog Box

      SRC Host Parameters Dialog Box
    3. Press Tab to highlight Next and press the Space bar to navigate to the next screen.
    4. Enter the values for the VTA database host and database parameters dialog box. Figure 2 shows a sample dialog box for these parameters.

      Figure 2: SRC VTA Database Parameters Dialog Box

      SRC VTA Database Parameters
Dialog Box
    5. Enter the values for the Router host parameters dialog box. Figure 3 shows a sample dialog box for these parameters.

      Figure 3: Router Host Parameters Dialog Box

      Router Host Parameters
Dialog Box
    6. Press Tab to highlight Finish and then press the Space bar to select it. The wizard displays a list of corresponding SRC CLI set commands reflecting the values you entered. Review the corresponding SRC CLI set commands. If you want to make changes, use Back until you reach the dialog box you want to change.
    7. After you complete the configuration, select Commit from the set commands dialog box. The wizard responds with:
      user@host# configuration-wizard wizard-name fair-usage-mx.wiz.xml
      Please wait, it may take some minutes ...
      Committed
      
      [edit]
      user@host#
      

    Published: 2014-12-10