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    Configuring Simulated Router Drivers (SRC CLI)

    You configure a simulated router in the same way that you configure a real router.

    Before you configure a simulated router driver:

    • Make sure that you configure an interface classification script for the simulated router.

      See Classification Scripts Overview.

    • Configure the SAE to instantiate a simulated router driver for each simulated router that you create.
    • (Optional) Configure a session store for a simulated router driver. The driver uses the session store to store subscriber sessions, service sessions, and policies.

      See Configuring the Session Store Feature (SRC CLI).

    Use the following configuration statements to configure simulated router drivers:

    shared sae configuration driver simulated name {driver-type (junos | junose | pcmm); router-version router-version ; driver-address driver-address ; transport-router transport-router ; }

    To configure simulated router drivers:

    1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that configures simulated router drivers. In this sample procedure, west-region is the name of the SAE group, and default@simjunos is the name of the simulated router driver.
      [edit]user@host# edit shared sae group west-region configuration driver simulated default@simJunos
    2. Configure the type of device that the simulated driver simulates.
      [edit shared sae group west-region configuration driver simulated default@simJunos] user@host# set driver-type (junos | junose | pcmm)
    3. (Optional) Configure the version of the router software to simulate. This is the software version that is sent by the router.
      [edit shared sae group west-region configuration driver simulated default@simJunos] user@host# set router-version router-version
    4. Configure the IP address of the device driver.
      [edit shared sae group west-region configuration driver simulated default@simJunos] user@host# set driver-address driver-address
    5. (Optional) Configure the name of a virtual router that is used to connect to the SAE. This value is passed to the router initialization script. It is not supported on the device running Junos OS.
      [edit shared sae group west-region configuration driver simulated default@simJunos] user@host# set transport-router transport-router
    6. (Optional) Verify the configuration of the simulated driver.
      [edit shared sae group west-region configuration driver simulated default@simJunos]
      user@host# show
      driver-type junos;
      router-version 8.4;
      driver-address 10.10.90.5;

    For information about setting up SAE groups, see Configuring an SAE Group.

    Published: 2014-12-10