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3GPP    
Charging-Rule-Base-Name
gateway    
configuration example
3GPP gateway    
charging rule    
installation example
removal example
charging rule installation    
service activation
charging rule removal    
service deactivation
charging rule report
Charging-Rule-Base-Name
Charging-Rule-Install
Charging-Rule-Name
configuration statements
configuration summary
directory-connection    
configuring
directory-eventing    
configuring
file logging    
configuring
grouped configurations    
configuring
Gx interface    
configuring
initial properties    
configuring
Juniper-Substitution
Juniper-Substitution-Name
Juniper-Substitution-Value
local properties    
configuring
managing
NIC proxies    
configuration prerequisites
resolution information, configuring
NIC proxy    
configuring
non-parameterized charging rule
object adapter Internet address    
configuring
overview
parameterized charging rule
PCRF
peer communication    
redundancy
restarting
SAE    
mapping between concepts
service accounting
service activation sequence
service deactivation sequence
service modification sequence
session termination sequence
starting
stopping
subscriber login sequence
subscriber logout sequence
subscriber type    
configuring
system logging    
configuring
3GPP Gy    
configuration statements
configuration summary
directory-connection    
configuring
directory-eventing    
configuring
file logging    
configuring
grouped configurations    
configuring
initial properties    
configuring
interface    
configuring
local properties    
configuring
managing
NIC proxies    
configuration prerequisites
resolution information, configuring
NIC proxy    
configuring
object adapter Internet address    
configuring
overview
peer communication    
redundancy
restarting
service activation sequence
service deactivation sequence
starting
stopping
subscriber login sequence
subscriber logout sequence
subscriber type    
configuring
system logging    
configuring
3GPP Gy NIC proxies    
cache, configuring    
SRC CLI
NIC replication, configuring    
SRC CLI
replication, configuring    
SRC CLI
resolution information, configuring    
SRC CLI
 

A

Application Services Gateway.     See Web Services Gateway    
arguments for scripts and methods
ASG (Application Services Gateway).     See Web Services Gateway    
 

B

B2B environments
business partner responsibilities    
Dynamic Service Activator
business partners
business-to-business environments
 

C

classify-traffic condition    
expanded classifiers    
configuring
clients    
gateway    
testing
Web Services Gateway
Web Services Gateway
configuration namespace
conventions    
notice icons
text
customer support    1
contacting JTAC
 

D

Diameter    
peers    
configuring    12
documentation    
comments on
dynamic properties
Dynamic Service Activator    
access constraints    
defining    12
access to attributes    
configuring, SRC CLI
access to methods    
configuring, C-Web interface
configuring, SRC CLI
access to methods and scripts    
configuring, C-Web interface    12
configuring, SRC CLI    12
access to scripts    
configuring, C-Web interface
configuring, SRC CLI
access to service sessions    
configuring, SRC CLI
API
attributes    
access to
configuring with C-Web interface
configuring with SRC CLI
gateway extension    
description
general properties    
configuring, C-Web interface
configuring, SRC CLI
groups    
configuring with C-Web interface
configuring, SRC CLI
interacting with Web application server    12
loading    
sample data
logging properties    
configuring, C-Web interface    12
configuring, SRC CLI
methods    1
access to    1234
monitoring with SRC CLI
NIC proxies, monitoring    
SRC CLI
NIC proxies, viewing    
C-Web interface
SRC CLI
overview
properties for clients and scripts    
configuring, C-Web interface    12
configuring, SRC CLI    12
redundancy
sample data    12
scripts    
access to    1234
service sessions    
access to
session handles    
configuring, SRC CLI
SOAP operations, monitoring    
SRC CLI
SOAP operations, viewing    
C-Web interface    12
starting with C-Web interface
starting with SRC CLI
statistics, viewing    
C-Web interface
SRC CLI
subscriber types    
configuring, SRC CLI
test environment    
configuring, SRC CLI    12
PCMM services
testing    1
clients    12
Web application gateway client    12
 

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events, publishing    123
expanded classifiers    
configuring
 

G

gateway    
SRC    12
gateway extension
 

I

IMS service sessions    
configuring
test environment    
configuring
testing    12
SRC CLI
 

L

local properties    
configuration    
SRC CLI    12
directory location of SRC data, configuring    12
logging properties    
Dynamic Service Activator    1
configuring with C-Web interface    12
 

M

managing    
SAE via external applications    12
services via external application
manuals    
comments on
methods    
Dynamic Service Activator
 

N

namespace, configuration
NIC (network information collector)    
Dynamic Service Activator and
testing    
test data    12
test data, 3GPP Gy
NIC proxies    
cache, configuring    
SRC CLI    12
configuration prerequisites
Dynamic Service Activator    12
NIC replication, configuring    
SRC CLI    123
replication, configuring    
SRC CLI
resolution information, configuring    
SRC CLI    12
notice icons
 

O

operation    
Dynamic Service Activator
 

P

priorityList    123
publishing events    123
 

R

randomPick    123
redundancy    
Dynamic Service Activator
roundRobin    123
 

S

SAE (service activation engine)    
configuring 3GPP gateway as external plug-in
configuring 3GPP Gy as external plug-in
configuring IMS as external plug-in
managing via external applications    12
scripts    
running on SAE
services    
managing via external application
sessions    
service    
testing
SOAP    
interfaces, public
requests
SRC owners    1
Dynamic Service Activator
SRC SOAP Gateway.     See Web Services Gateway    
static properties
support, technical     See technical support    
 

T

technical support    
contacting JTAC
text conventions defined
 

W

Web application gateway client    
configuring, SRC CLI    12
Web application server    1
interacting with Dynamic Service Activator    12
Web applications    
Web Services Gateway
Web Services Description Language.     See WSDL    
Web Services Gateway    1
clients    1
managing
testing
Web application
wholesaler-retailer environments
WSDL files

Related Documentation

  • Configuring the Diameter Application (SRC CLI)
  • Viewing SRC Diameter Server State (SRC CLI)

Configuring Diameter Peers (SRC CLI)

Use the following configuration statements to configure the Diameter peers:

shared network diameter peer name { protocol [(tcp | sctp)...];address [address...];enforce-source-address;local-address local-address;connect-timeout connect-timeout;watchdog-timeout watchdog-timeout;state-machine-timeout state-machine-timeout;reconnect-timeout reconnect-timeout;port port;origin-host origin-host;incoming-queue-limit incoming-queue-limit;active-peer;}

Note: When you commit the Diameter peer configuration, keep in mind the following conditions:

  • The origin host, remote peer address, or both should be specified for the Diameter peer.
  • If the enforce source address is configured for the Diameter peer, the remote peer address should be specified for the Diameter peer.
  • If the peer connection is configured to be in active mode for a particular Diameter peer or globally for all Diameter peers by using the active-peers option under the [edit system diameter] hierarchy, the remote peer address should be specified for the Diameter peers.

To configure the Diameter peer:

  1. From configuration mode, access the statements for the peer.
    user@host# edit shared network diameter peer name

    The peer name must be unique.

  2. Specify the protocol for the transport connection.
    [edit shared network diameter peer name]user@host# set protocol [(tcp | sctp)...]
  3. (Optional) Specify the addresses of the remote peer. If SCTP is the transport protocol, you can specify multiple addresses. If TCP is the transport protocol, you can specify only a single address.
    [edit shared network diameter peer name]user@host# set address [address...]
  4. (Optional) Specify whether the remote peer must connect from one of the IP addresses listed by the address option.
    [edit shared network diameter peer name]user@host# set enforce-source-address
  5. (Optional) Specify the local address of the peer.
    [edit shared network diameter peer name]user@host# set local-address local-address
  6. (Optional) Specify the maximum amount of time allowed for the Diameter peer to respond to a connection request.
    [edit shared network diameter peer name]user@host# set connect-timeout connect-timeout
  7. (Optional) Specify the watchdog timeout used for the connection to the remote peer.
    [edit shared network diameter peer name]user@host# set watchdog-timeout watchdog-timeout
  8. (Optional) Specify the Diameter state machine timeout.
    [edit shared network diameter peer name]user@host# set state-machine-timeout state-machine-timeout
  9. (Optional) Specify the time interval between connection attempts when the peer is in the disconnected state.
    [edit shared network diameter peer name]user@host# set reconnect-timeout reconnect-timeout
  10. (Optional) Specify the port for the client.
    [edit shared network diameter peer name]user@host# set port port
  11. (Optional) Specify the identifier for the endpoint that the peer presents during connection establishment.
    [edit shared network diameter peer name]user@host# set origin-host origin-host
  12. (Optional) Specify the number of messages allowed on the incoming message queue for a peer.
    [edit shared network diameter peer name]user@host# set incoming-queue-limit incoming-queue-limit
  13. (Optional) Specify whether the peer connection is in active mode.
    [edit shared network diameter peer name]user@host# set active-peer

    Note: Active mode means that the SRC software actively tries to connect to the peer. Make sure the peer you are connecting to supports active peers. The MX Series router does not support active peers. The SRC software can still be configured, but the connection attempts will not work.

Related Documentation

  • Configuring the Diameter Application (SRC CLI)
  • Viewing SRC Diameter Server State (SRC CLI)

Modified: 2015-06-19