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    Adding Objects for CMTS Devices (SRC CLI)

    To manage CMTS devices, the SAE creates and manages pseudointerfaces that it associates with a virtual router object. Each CMTS device in the SRC network must appear in the configuration as a router object, and it must be associated with a virtual router object called default. The router and virtual router are not actually configured on the CMTS device; the router and virtual router provide a way for the SAE to manage the CMTS device by using the SAE’s embedded policy server.

    Use the following configuration statements to add a router object:

    shared network device name {description description ;
    management-address management-address ;
    device-type (junose | junos | pcmm | proxy);
    qos-profile [ qos-profile ...];

    To add a router:

    1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statements that configure network devices. You must specify the name of a device with lowercase characters. In this sample procedure, pcmm_dtr is the name of the object.
      user@host# edit shared network device pcmm_dtr
    2. (Optional) Add a description for the CMTS device.
      [edit shared network device pcmm_dtr] user@host# set description description
    3. Add the IP address of the CMTS device.
      [edit shared network device pcmm_dtr] user@host# set management-address management-address
    4. (Optional) Specify the type of device that you are adding.
      [edit shared network device pcmm_dtr] user@host# set device-type pcmm
    5. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
      [edit shared network device pcmm_dtr] 
      user@host# show 
      description "CMTS device";
      device-type pcmm;
      interface-classifier { 
       rule rule-0 {
         script #;

    Published: 2014-12-10