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A

access DNs
accounting    
SAE, description
ACP (Admission Control Plug-In)    
redundancy    
monitoring
ACP congestion point usage trap    
configuring
ACP.     See SRC ACP    
action congestion points    1
configuring
monitoring    
C-Web interface    12
SRC CLI    12
address pools.     See IP address pools    
Admission Control Plug-In.     See SRC ACP    
agents     See NIC agents    
allocating bandwidth to applications not controlled by SRC ACP
APIs    
SRC ACP
APIs (application programming interfaces)    
CORBA remote API
NIC
provided with SAE
SAE core API
application programming interfaces.     See APIs    
applications    
executing with SRC ACP
external for use with SRC ACP    12
assigned IP subscribers    
third-party devices    1
IP address pools
assigning    
edge congestion points to subscribers
interfaces to backbone congestion point profiles
interfaces to subscribers
ATM access network, using with SRC ACP
attributes
authentication plug-ins    
virtual routers    
SRC CLI    12
authentication target    
configuration    
SRC CLI
authorizing and tracking services
 

B

backbone congestion point profiles    
configuring
backbone congestion points    1
configuring
configuring for services
defining applications in
deriving
DNs of
monitoring    
SRC CLI    12
running applications from
backbone network
backbone network management with SRC ACP    
configuring
background bandwidth
bandwidth    
allocating to applications not controlled by SRC ACP
background    12
configuring    
for services    12
for subscribers
downstream
upstream
bandwidths and congestion points for subscribers    
configuring
basic group    
configuration    
SRC CLI
configuration summary    
SRC CLI
configuring management of RADIUS-enabled devices for the SIC    
SRC CLI
Diameter configuration summary    
SRC CLI
RADIUS configuration summary    
SRC CLI
RADIUS dynamic authorization configuration summary    
SRC CLI
BEEP, devices running Junos OS    1
configuring port    
SRC CLI
BEEP, Devices running Junos OS    
connection
Blocks Extensible Exchange Protocol.     See BEEP    
 

C

certificate authority (CA)
classification scripts    
congestion point classification    
configuring
criteria    12
description
how it works
targets    12
clients    
gateway    
Web Services Gateway
Common Object Request Broker Architecture.     See CORBA    
community manager    
configuring, third-party devices    
SRC CLI
component interactions    
devices running Junos OS and SAE
configuration group, devices running Junos OS    12
configuration manager, instantiating for NIC
congestion point applications    
SPI for ACP
congestion point classification    12
congestion point classification scripts.     See classification scripts    
congestion point expressions    12
congestion point profiles    1
congestion point expressions
defining
congestion points    12
configuring
defining applications in
deriving
deriving from congestion point expressions
deriving from profile
managing
modifying
monitoring    12
retrieving information about
congestion points by IP address and associated service sessions    
monitoring    
SRC CLI
congestion points by login name and associated service sessions    
monitoring    
SRC CLI
congestion points by session ID and associated service sessions    
monitoring    
SRC CLI
conventions    
notice icons
text
COPS (Common Open Policy Service)    
connection with JunosE routers    1
configuring SAE, SRC CLI
disabling on router
enabling on router
COPS-PR versus COPS XDR
JunosE router connection
CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture)    
IOR location
remote API
CORBA interfaces    
SRC ACP
CORBA-based plug-in SPI.     See plug-ins, external    
customer support    1
contacting JTAC
customized interface modules
 

D

database accounting method    
configuration    
SRC CLI
deriving congestion points
device drivers    
Gx    
viewing state, SRC CLI
Junos    
configuring, SRC CLI
viewing state, C-Web interface
viewing state, SRC CLI
viewing statistics, C-Web interface    12
viewing statistics, SRC CLI    12
JunosE    
configuring, SRC CLI
viewing state, SRC CLI
viewing statistics, SRC CLI    12
devices running Junos OS    
BEEP connection    1
configuring port, SRC CLI
configuration groups
configuring to interact with SAE
default virtual router
Diameter connection
disabling interactions with SAE
enabling interactions with SAE
monitoring interactions with SAE
SAE interactions
SRC software process    12
troubleshooting
Devices running Junos OS    
configuration groups
SRC software process
directory    
services for SRC ACP
subscribers for SRC ACP
directory blacklist, deleting    12
distinguished name.     See DN    
DMI    
managing Junos DMI-enabled devices    
overview
managing routers running Junos OS    12
overview of managing DMI-enabled routers running Junos OS through Junos Space    
SRC CLI
DMI driver    
migrating    
SRC CLI
DMI network device    
adding    
SRC CLI
DMI, devices running Junos OS    
connection    12
DN (distinguished name)    
NIC resolution
DNs    
backbone congestion points
edge congestion points
documentation    
comments on
domain maps    
reloading on SAE
downstream bandwidth
downstream RADIUS network elements and accounting targets    
configuration statements    
SRC CLI
downstream RADIUS network elements and authentication targets    
configuration statements    
SRC CLI
 

E

edge congestion points    
assigning to subscribers
deriving
DNs of
monitoring    
SRC CLI    12
edge network    12
edge network management, configuring
equipment registration    
deleting    12
event notification, PCMM network    
configuration statements
properties, configuring    
SRC CLI
event notification, third-party devices    
description
events, publishing
external applications    
displaying information from
interaction with NIC
monitoring    
C-Web interface    12
external plug-ins    
configuring SRC ACP as
external plug-ins.     See plug-ins    
External Subscriber Monitor    
acting as pseudo RADIUS server, C-Web interface
agent process statistics, viewing    
SRC CLI
configuring
configuring basic local properties
configuring client secret
configuring directory connection properties
configuring event notification
configuring eventing properties
configuring initial properties
configuring logging destinations
event notifications, monitoring    
SRC CLI
event notifications, viewing    
SRC CLI
IP address manager    1
C-Web Interface
overview, C-Web interface
starting
statistics, monitoring    
SRC CLI
statistics, viewing    
SRC CLI
stopping
 

F

failover parameters, SAE    12
fault recovery, SRC ACP
files    
ACP data
 

G

group    
creation    
SRC CLI
groups, NIC hosts
Gx router driver    
adding router acting as PCEF    
SRC CLI
charging rule installation    
service activation
charging rule removal    
service deactivation
charging rule report
Charging-Rule-Install
Gx router driver, configuring    
SRC CLI
overview
SAE    
mapping between concepts
SAE (service activation engine)
SAE plug-ins
service accounting
session creation
session detach
session reauthorization
session updation
viewing state, SRC CLI
 

H

hosted internal plug-in
hosted plug-ins.     See plug-ins    
 

I

interactions between SRC ACP and other components    12
interface classification scripts    
reloading on SAE    12
interface modules, SAE
interfaces, assigning to backbone congestion point profiles
internal plug-ins.     See plug-ins    
IOR    
router initialization scripts    12
IP address pools    
local address pools, configuring    
SRC CLI    12
static pools, configuring    
SRC CLI    12
IP pools    
updating    
Junos VR
JunosE VR    12
 

J

JunosE routers    
accessing router CLI
COPS connection    1
configuring, SRC CLI
integration overview
monitoring interactions with SAE
router objects, adding    
SRC CLI
SRC client    1
starting
stopping
troubleshooting
VR objects    
adding individually, SRC CLI    12
discovering, SRC CLI
 

L

LDAP access.     See SAE (service activation engine), configuring    
local properties    
configuration    
SRC CLI
logging properties    
configuring for SRC ACP
login names
login process    
assigned IP subscribers, third-party devices
event notification method, third-party devices
login registration    
deleting    12
 

M

managing    
congestion points
edge network with SRC ACP
manuals    
comments on
methods    
SRC Volume-Tracking Application
modifying congestion points
monitoring    
backbone congestion points
SRC ACP    
C-Web interface
SRC CLI
 

N

NAS port ID
network devices    
SNMP communities, configuring    
SRC CLI
network information collector.     See NIC    
network interfaces    12
network publisher     See NIC    
NIC (network information collector)    1,  See also other NIC entries    
API
configuration prerequisites    
C Series Controllers
configuration statements
configuration, changing
configuration, verifying
data mapping
default operating properties, viewing
factory interface    12
logging    
changing configuration
default
monitors    
example
network publisher    
overview
prerequisites
running
troubleshooting
operating properties, changing
overview
planning implementation
realms    
overview
replication    
groups
overview
SAE plug-in agents
replication, configuring
resolution processes    12
resolvers    
constraints
overview
restarting
results    
intermediate
roles
starting
stopping
testing    
any key
examples
resolution
test data
viewing    
configuration
NIC agents    
configuration overview
directory, configuring    
SRC CLI
overview    12
restarting
sae client agents, configuring
sae plug-in agents, configuring
NIC configuration scenarios    
changing    1
SRC CLI
MultiPop
OnePop
OnePopAcctId
OnePopAllRealms
OnePopDnSharedIp
OnePopDynamicIp
OnePopLogin
OnePopLoginPull
OnePopPcmm
OnePopPrefixIp
OnePopPrimaryUser
OnePopSharedIp
OnePopStaticRouteIp    12
OnePopTunnel
OnePopVrfIp    12
overview    12
scenario-name
NIC hosts    
configuration prerequisites
groups
overview
redundancy    
example
starting
stopping    1234
NIC locators    
external applications    12
overview    12
NIC proxies    
cache, configuring    
SRC CLI
configuration overview
configuration prerequisites
instantiating
logging
NIC replication, configuring    
SRC CLI
overview
prerequisites
removing instances
requirements    12
resolution information, configuring    
SRC CLI
resolution requests
NIC Proxy for Pseudo-RADIUS server    
configuring
NIC proxy for Pseudo-RADIUS server    
changing configuration
configuring for NIC replication
configuring resolution
NIC resolvers    
restarting
nic-network-publisher-configuration-statements
notice icons
 

O

operation    
SRC ACP, configuring
 

P

PacketCable Multimedia.     See PCMM    
PCMM (PacketCable Multimedia)    
SAE connection
plug-ins    
architecture
authentication    
virtual routers, SRC CLI    12
external
hosted
hosted internal plug-in
internal
SRC ACP
tracking    
virtual routers, SRC CLI    12
types
preventing    
service activation
priorityList
properties    
SRC ACP
proxy RADIUS accounting method    
configuration    
SRC CLI
pseudo-RADIUS server    
configuring External Subscriber Monitor
publishing events
 

R

RADIUS accounting listener    
configuring    
SRC CLI    12
RADIUS accounting listener queue limits    
configuration    
SRC CLI
RADIUS accounting listener transport    
configuration    
SRC CLI
RADIUS authentication listener queue limits    
configuration    
SRC CLI
RADIUS authentication listener transport    
configuring    
SRC CLI
randomPick
realm    
     See NIC realms    
redundancy, SRC ACP
rendering
resolution processes    
DN to SAE reference    123
IP address to login name
IP address to SAE reference    123456
login name to SAE reference
roles, NIC
roundRobin
router initialization scripts    
developing    12
iorPublisher    12
isePoolPublisher    12
Junos    
configuring location, SRC CLI
JunosE    
configuring location, SRC CLI
example    12
JunosE Software    12
poolPublisher    12
specifying for NIC
router object    
adding for third-party devices    
SRC CLI
routers    
accessing router CLI
adding devices running Junos OS    
SRC CLI
adding JunosE    
SRC CLI
configuring SAE to communicate with Junos Space    
SRC CLI
integrating devices running Junos OS    123
integrating JunosE
SNMP communities, configuring    
SRC CLI
 

S

SAE (service activation engine)    
accounting
APIs.     See APIs    
BEEP connection, devices running Junos OS
COPS    
JunosE router connection
deleting directory blacklist    12
device running Junos OS client
Diameter connection, devices running Junos OS
disabling interactions with device running Junos OS
enabling interactions with device running Junos OS
failover parameters    12
Gx router driver
monitoring interactions    
device running Junos OS
JunosE routers
NIC replication, configuring    
SRC CLI
overview
PCMM environment
plug-ins     See plug-ins    
reloading configuration    1234
role
router initialization scripts.     See router initialization scripts    
session store    
C Series Controllers
starting    
SRC client on JunosE router
stopping    
SRC client on JunosE router
SAE (service activation engine), configuring    
BEEP connection    
SRC CLI
COPS connection    
SRC CLI
directory eventing, SAE configuration data    
SRC CLI
event notification API properties    
SRC CLI
LDAP access, SRC CLI    
device data
directory data
persistent login cache data
policy data
service data
subscriber data
router initialization script location    
SRC CLI    12
serialized data compression    
SRC CLI
session job manager    
SRC CLI
session store    
SRC CLI
SRC ACP
SAE (service activation engine),configuring    
to monitor backbone congestion points
SAE communities    
configuring, third-party devices    
SRC CLI
description, third-party devices
SAE remote interface    
customized interface modules
script services    
for third-party devices
serialized data compression, configuring    
SRC CLI
service activation engine.     See SAE    
services    
configuring bandwidth for    12
monitoring    
C-Web interface
SRC CLI
preventing activation
reloading on SAE    12
session job manager, configuring    
SRC CLI
session state registrar     See SSR    
session store    
C Series Controllers
configuring, SRC CLI    
compressing session objects
global parameters
in third-party networks
SIC    
device models in network element    
configure
failover mode    
configure
failover mode and policy    
configure    12
fast fail options for the failover policy    
configure
retry options for the failover policy    
configure
SIC (subscriber information collector)    
accounting listener    
overview
accounting methods    
overview
authentication methods    
overview
configuring basic SIC group    
1
database accounting method    
overview
overview mapping attributes    12
default attributes in tagged attribute group, configuring    
SRC CLI
device capabilities, configuring    
SRC CLI
device models    
overview
device models, configuration    
SRC CLI
device templates, configuring    
SRC CLI
Diameter server    
overview
statements
Diameter server identity, configuring    
SRC CLI
Diameter server peer, configuring    
SRC CLI
Diameter server, configuring    
SRC CLI
dictionaries    
overview
dictionaries, configuration    
SRC CLI
downstream network element    
overview
dynamic authorization    
how the process works
overview    123
editing rules    
overview
editing rules, configuration    
SRC CLI
editing rules, configuration statements    
SRC CLI
event logging    
event level
log file
log stream
overview
event logging, configuration    
SRC CLI
explicit authentication routing, configuration statements    
SRC CLI
explicit routing rules    
overview
explicit routing, configuration    
SRC CLI    12
explicit routing, configuration statements    
SRC CLI
failover mode    
overview    12
failover policy    
overview    12
global service template default attributes, configuring    
SRC CLI
global service template mode, configuring    
SRC CLI
global service template normal attributes, configuring    
SRC CLI
global service template override attributes, configuring    
SRC CLI
global service template parameterized attributes, configuring    
SRC CLI
global service template required attributes, configuring    
SRC CLI
global service template variables, configuring    
SRC CLI
global service templates, configuring    
SRC CLI
global service templates, creating    
SRC CLI
global service templates, overview    
SRC CLI
implicit routing rules    
overview
implicit routing, configuration    
SRC CLI
local and shared configuration    
overview
local realms    
overview
local realms, configuration    
SRC CLI
normal attributes in tagged attribute group, configuring    
SRC CLI
override attributes in tagged attribute group, configuring    
SRC CLI
overview
parameterized attributes in tagged attribute group, configuring    
SRC CLI
primary/backup    
overview    12
proxy accounting method    
overview
proxy function    
overview
RADIUS configuration    
overview
RADIUS transport for server, configuring    
SRC CLI
RADIUS transports    
overview
request routing rules    
overview
request routing, configuring    
SRC CLI
required attributes in tagged attribute group, configuring    
SRC CLI
round robin    
overview    12
server instance, creation    
SRC CLI
service template default attributes, configuring    
SRC CLI
service template mode, configuring    
SRC CLI
service template normal attributes, configuring    
SRC CLI
service template override attributes, configuring    
SRC CLI
service template parameterized attributes, configuring    
SRC CLI
service template required attributes, configuring    
SRC CLI
service template samples    
SRC CLI
service template variables, configuring    
SRC CLI
service template, configuration statements    
SRC CLI
service template, tagged attribute configuration statements    
SRC CLI
service templates, configuring    
SRC CLI
service templates, creating    
SRC CLI
service templates, overview    
SRC CLI
SNMP support    
overview
snmp, configuring    
SRC CLI
statistics    
accounting transactions
authentication transactions
client accounting requests
client authentication requests
Diameter host
Diameter peer
target accounting requests
target authentication requests
tagged attribute group, creating    
SRC CLI
tagged attributes in, configuring    
SRC CLI
upstream network element    
overview
SIC accounting and authentication clients    
configuring    
SRC CLI
SIC accounting and authentication targets    
configuring    
SRC CLI
SIC accounting targets    
configuring    
SRC CLI
SIC authentication targets    
configuring    
SRC CLI
SIC dynamic authorization targets    
configuring    
SRC CLI
SIC upstream and downstream network elements    
configuring    
SRC CLI
creating    
SRC CLI
SNMP    
retrieving information from network devices
SNMP communities    
configuring    
SRC CLI
SOAP    
interfaces
Soap Fault Codes    
VTA    
Method
SRC ACP (SRC Admission Control Plug-In)    1
API
ATM access network
authorizing and tracking services
backbone network management, configuring
classification scripts    
configuring
configuring
congestion points
connections to services directory, configuring
connections to subscribers’ directory, configuring
CORBA interfaces, configuring
data files
data files, reorganizing
description of
event publishers, configuring
external applications    12
external plug-in for SAE, configuring
fault recovery
groups, configuring    12
information from external applications, displaying
interactions with other components
logging properties, configuring
monitoring    
C-Web interface
SRC CLI
operation, configuring
preventing service activation
properties
redundancy    1
configuring
SAE, configuring for
starting
state synchronization    1
configuring
stopping
subscribers, monitoring    12
supporting multiple SAEs
using multiple SRC ACPs
SRC ACP (SRC Admission Control Plug-In), congestion points
SRC Admission Control Plug-In.     See SRC ACP    
SRC client, JunosE routers    
configuring
starting
stopping
SRC software process, Devices running Junos OS
SRC software process, devices running Junos OS    12
disabling
reenabling
SRC Volume Tracking Application    
API
SRC Volume-Tracking Application    SRC Volume-Tracking Application     See SRC VTA    
SOAP interface    
methods
SRC Volume-Tracking Application (SRC VTA)    
account and session database connection, configuring     See SRC CLI    
database deadlocks    
troubleshooting
database to store account and session data, configuring     See SRC CLI    
db-engine processor    
configuring
group, configuring     See SRC CLI    
JDBC .jar file     See installing    
keys to specify subscriber-id-solution     See SRC CLI    
tracking events    
configuring
SRC Volume-Tracking Application (VTA)    
group    
configuring
SRC Volume-Tracking Application.     See SRC VTA    
SRC VTA    
accounts and service sessions    
modifying
balance change history records    
deleting
events    
testing
performance statistics    
monitoring
viewing
session history records    
deleting    12
sessions    
terminating
SOAP API statistics    
viewing
subscriber accounts    
viewing
subscriber balance changes    
viewing
subscriber session history    
viewing
testing configuration    
overview
SRC VTA (SRC Volume-Tracking Application (SRC VTA)    
enabling
SRC VTA (SRC Volume-Tracking Application)    
account and session database connection, configuration    
SRC CLI
accounts    
description
interim accounting interval, setting
service
subscriber
usage metric, setting    123
actions    1
overview
architecture
bought account
bought quota    1
example
connections to SRC components
database    
optimizing
database engine processor    
configuring
db-engine processor    
configuring
e-mail notifications, sending
event attributes
event handlers
event queue    
configuring
events    1
account update
callback
tracking events from SAE
example    
limiting subscriber access
functions    
overview
group, configuring    
SRC CLI    12
how it works
initial account balance    
setting
initial account status    
setting
interval accounting interval, setting    12
JavaScript programs
keys to specify subscriber-id-solution    
SRC CLI
logging events to a text file    
configuration
configuring
mail processor    
configuring
on-error    
overview
operation process
overview
periodic account
periodic quota    1
example
processors
providing volume-based services
quota service    1
activation upon deposit
related configuration tasks    
identifying subscribers, SAEs, and sessions
tracking plug-ins, enterprise subscribers
SAE events
saving event messages on a system logging server    
configuration
configuring
script runner processor    
configuring
scripts    
external    12
JavaScript programs
services    
interim accounting interval, setting
sessions
subscriber login with IP address
types
usage metric, configuring    123
SRC VTA (Volume-Tracking Application)    
actions    
configuring
database deadlocks    
troubleshooting
event handlers    
configuring
function    
configuring
on-error    
configuring
related configuration tasks    
NIC
NIC proxies
services and policies
subscribers and subscriptions
SSR (session state registrar)    
adding a client node to an active cluster    
SRC CLI
adding a management server to a client node in an active cluster    
SRC CLI
adding data nodes to an active cluster    
SRC CLI
attribute associations, configuring in an active cluster    
SRC CLI
cluster configurations
cluster network requirements
cluster status, viewing    
SRC CLI
configuration statements
configuring    
cluster name
cluster nodes
database memory size
geometry
initial cluster
management server
subscriber sessions schema    12
creating    
database
database memory requirements, viewing    
SRC CLI
database mode, viewing    
SRC CLI
database modes
database schema
database schema, configuring in an active cluster    
SRC CLI
database, viewing running configuration    
SRC CLI
deleting    
all subscriber and service sessions
database
subscriber sessions by IP address
disabling    
SSR component database
distributing the cluster configuration
enabling    
SSR component database
impact of configuration changes
making modifications to subscriber sessions table
node groups
node types
overview
placing    
SSR database into maintenance mode
SSR database into production mode
planning the cluster topology
planning worksheets
removing    
client node
data nodes
management server
restarting    
SSR component database
scaling the cluster
server requirements
supported configurations
viewing, all subscriber sessions    
SRC CLI
viewing, subscriber sessions by indexed field    
SRC CLI
viewing, subscriber sessions by IP address    
SRC CLI
viewing, total number of subscriber sessions    
SRC CLI
starting    
SRC ACP
state synchronization    
SRC ACP
statistics, SRC ACP    
monitoring    
C-Web interface    123
stopping SRC ACP
subscriber information collector    subscriber information collector     See SIC    
authentication target, configuring
basic group, configuring
configuration summary    
SRC CLI
configuring management of RADIUS-enabled devices for the SIC    
SRC CLI
database accounting method, configuring
default attributes in tagged attribute group, configuring     See SIC    
device capabilities, configuring     See SIC    
device models, configuring     See SIC    
device templates, configuring     See SIC    
Diameter configuration summary    
SRC CLI
Diameter server     See statements    
Diameter server identity, configuring     See SIC    
Diameter server peer, configuring     See SIC    
Diameter server, configuring     See SIC    
dictionaries, configuring     See SIC    
dynamic authorization    
how the process works
overview
editing rules, configuration statements     See SIC    
editing rules, configuring     See SIC    
event logging, configuring     See SIC    
explicit authentication routing, configuration statements     See SIC    
explicit routing, configuration statements     See SIC    
explicit routing, configuring     See SIC    
global service template default attributes, configuring     See SIC    
global service template mode, configuring     See SIC    
global service template normal attributes, configuring     See SIC    
global service template override attributes, configuring     See SIC    
global service template parameterized attributes, configuring     See SIC    
global service template required attributes, configuring     See SIC    
global service template variables, configuring     See SIC    
global service templates, configuring     See SIC    
global service templates, creating     See SIC    
global service templates, overview     See SIC    
group, creating
implicit routing, configuring     See SIC    
local properties    
directory connection properties, configuring
local realms, configuring     See SIC    
normal attributes in tagged attribute group, configuring     See SIC    
outbound RADIUS transport for group, configuring     See SIC    
override attributes in tagged attribute group, configuring     See SIC    
parameterized attributes in tagged attribute group, configuring     See SIC    
proxy RADIUS accounting method, configuring
RADIUS accounting listener queue limits, configuring
RADIUS accounting listener transport, configuring    
SRC CLI
RADIUS accounting listener, configuring    12
RADIUS authentication listener queue limits, configuring
RADIUS authentication listener transport, configuring    
SRC CLI
RADIUS configuration summary    
SRC CLI
RADIUS dynamic authorization configuration summary    
SRC CLI
RADIUS transport for server, configuring     See SIC    
request routing, configuring     See SIC    
required attributes in tagged attribute group, configuring     See SIC    
server instance, creating     See SIC    
service template default attributes, configuring     See SIC    
service template mode, configuring     See SIC    
service template normal attributes, configuring     See SIC    
service template override attributes, configuring     See SIC    
service template parameterized attributes, configuring     See SIC    
service template required attributes, configuring     See SIC    
service template samples     See SIC    
service template variables, configuring     See SIC    
service template, configuration statements    
SRC CLI
service template, tagged attribute configuration statements    
SRC CLI
service templates, configuring     See SIC    
service templates, creating     See SIC    
service templates, overview     See SIC    
snmp, configuring     See SIC    
tagged attribute group, creating     See SIC    
tagged attributes in service templates, configuring     See SIC    
subscriber information collector (SIC)    
accounting and authentication clients    
configuring
accounting and authentication targets    
configuring
accounting targets    
configuring
authentication targets    
configuring
device models in network element    
configure
dynamic authorization targets    
configuring
failover mode    
configure
failover mode and policy    
configure    12
fast fail options for the failover policy    
configure
retry options for the failover policy    
configure
upstream and downstream network elements    
configuring
creating
subscribers    
assigning interfaces to
configuring bandwidths and congestion points for    12
IP addresses
login names
monitoring    
C-Web interface    12
SRC CLI    12
provisioned and actual bandwidths
subscriptions    
reloading on SAE    12
support, technical     See technical support    
 

T

targets.     See classification scripts    
technical support    
contacting JTAC
text conventions defined
third-party devices    
creating sessions
integrating into SRC network    
SRC CLI
logging in subscribers    
assigned IP method
overview
provisioning with script services
router objects, adding    
SRC CLI
SAE communities
VR objects, adding    
SRC CLI
threads    
configuring for sessions    
SRC CLI
tracking plug-ins    
virtual routers    
SRC CLI    12
troubleshooting    
devices running Junos OS
JunosE routers
tuning factors for background bandwidth
 

U

upstream bandwidth
upstream network elements, accounting and authentication clients, and dynamic authorization targets    
configuration statements    
SRC CLI    12
 

V

virtual routers    
adding for third-party devices    
SRC CLI
adding individually for JunosE routers    
SRC CLI    12
adding operative VRs    1
SRC CLI
Volume-Tracking Application (VTA)    
prerequisites for running
VTA     See SRC VTA    
VTA (SRC Volume-Tracking Application)    
accounts    
calculating interim interval
calculating usage
getting balances
event attributes
event handlers    1
overview
event queue    
deleting
events
SAEEventListener
sessions    
closing
VTA (Volume-Tracking Application)    
database to store account and session data, configuration    
SRC CLI
prerequisites for running    
SRC CLI
tracking events    
configuring
 

W

Web application server    
application deployment
channel stack    
configuring
configuration statements    
SRC CLI
configuring the Web application server    
SRC CLI
installing Web applications inside
local properties    
configuring
multicast-address    
configuring
node-id    
configuring
shared cluster name    
configuring
shared cluster nodes    
configuring
shared cluster properties    
configuring
starting
Web Services Definition Language.     See WSDL    
Web Services Gateway    
clients    
managing
WSDL files

Related Documentation

Configuring SRC ACP Properties (SRC CLI)

To configure SRC ACP properties, perform these tasks:

  1. Configuring Logging Destinations for SRC ACP
  2. Configuring SRC ACP Operation
  3. Configuring CORBA Interfaces
  4. Configuring SRC ACP Redundancy
  5. Configuring Connections to the Subscribers’ Directory
  6. Configuring Connections to the Services’ Directory
  7. Configuring SRC ACP Scripts and Classification

Configuring Logging Destinations for SRC ACP

You can store log messages in a file or in the system logging facility. To format log messages in an easy to understand audit pattern, define the logger name as “audit”. The events captured in an audit logger include:

  • ACP’s calculation result of edge congestion points for a user session.
  • ACP’s calculation result of backbone congestion points for a service authorization request.
  • ACP’s decision (grant or deny) on a service authorization event. If denied, the congestion point that is over the limit is logged.
  • Bandwidth usage update to congestion points following a service start, interim (only when it is different from start event), or stop tracking event.
  • Bandwidth usage update to congestion points following an interface tracking event.

Use the following configuration statements to configure logging destinations for SRC ACP:

shared acp configuration logger name ...
shared acp configuration logger name file { filter filter; filename filename; rollover-filename rollover-filename; maximum-file-size maximum-file-size; }
shared acp configuration logger name syslog { filter filter;host host;facility facility;format format; }

Configuring Logging Destinations to Store Messages in a File

To configure logging destinations to store log messages in a file:

  1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that configures the name and type of logging destination. In this sample procedure, the logging destination called file-1 is configured in the config group.
    user@host# edit shared acp group config configuration logger file-1 file
  2. Specify the properties for the logging destination.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration logger file-1 file] user@host# set ?

    For more information about configuring properties for the logging destination, see Configuring an SRC Component to Store Log Messages in a File (SRC CLI).

  3. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration logger file-1 file] 
    user@host# show 
    filename var/log/acp_debug.log;
    rollover-filename var/log/acp_debug.alt;

Configuring Logging Destinations to Send Messages to System Logging Facility

To configure logging destinations to send log messages to the system logging facility:

  1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that configures the name and type of logging destination. In this sample procedure, the logging destination called syslog-1 is configured in the config group.
    user@host# edit shared acp group config configuration logger syslog-1 syslog
  2. Specify the properties for the logging destination.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration logger syslog-1 syslog] user@host# set ?

    For more information about configuring properties for the logging destination, see Configuring System Logging (SRC CLI).

  3. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration logger syslog-1 syslog] 
    user@host# show 
    filter /error-;
    host loghost;

Configuring SRC ACP Operation

Use the following configuration statements to configure how SRC ACP operates:

shared acp configuration acp-options { backup-directory backup-directory; mode (edge | backbone | dual); event-cache-size event-cache-size; overload-method overload-method; reservation-timeout reservation-timeout; congestion-point-auto-completion; tuning-factor tuning-factor; subscriber-bandwidth-exceed-message subscriber-bandwidth-exceed-message; network-bandwidth-exceed-message network-bandwidth-exceed-message; backup-database-maximum-size backup-database-maximum-size; remote-update-database-index-keys remote-update-database-index-keys; interface-tracking-filter interface-tracking-filter; state-sync-bulk-size state-sync-bulk-size; }

To configure SRC ACP operation:

  1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that configures SRC ACP operation. In this sample procedure, the SRC ACP operating properties are configured in the config group.
    user@host# edit shared acp group config configuration acp-options
  2. Specify the folder that stores backup information about subscribers, services, and congestion points.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration acp-options] user@host# set backup-directory
  3. Specify the regions of the network that SRC ACP manages.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration acp-options] user@host# set mode (edge | backbone | dual)
  4. Specify the number of plug-in events from the SAE that SRC ACP can store in its cache.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration acp-options] user@host# set event-cache-size event-cache-size
  5. Specify how SRC ACP deals with situations in which the components exceed the allocated bandwidth because the service was activated after the authorization was granted.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration acp-options] user@host# set overload-method overload-method

    If you specify -1, SRC ACP ignores overload. An integer greater than or equal to 0 specifies the bandwidth (in bits per second) by which the maximum may be exceeded.

  6. Specify the time to wait before a bandwidth reservation expires. The reserved bandwidth is reclaimed by SRC ACP when the reservation expires.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration acp-options] user@host# set reservation-timeout reservation-timeout
  7. Specify whether SRC ACP uses the information acquired from the router to determine the congestion points.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration acp-options] user@host# set congestion-point-auto-completion
  8. Specify the factors that compensate for actual use of bandwidth, as opposed to allocated bandwidth.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration acp-options] user@host# set tuning-factor tuning-factor
  9. Specify the error message that SRC ACP sends when the subscriber exceeds the allocated bandwidth.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration acp-options] user@host# set subscriber-bandwidth-exceed-message subscriber-bandwidth-exceed-message
  10. Specify the error message that SRC ACP sends when traffic flow exceeds the allocated bandwidth on an interface between the subscriber and the router.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration acp-options] user@host# set network-bandwidth-exceed-message network-bandwidth-exceed-message
  11. Specify the value by which the sum of the sizes of the files that contain SRC ACP data can increment before SRC ACP reorganizes the files.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration acp-options] user@host# set backup-database-maximum-size backup-database-maximum-size

    Choose a value that is significantly lower than the capacity of the machine’s hard disk.

  12. Specify the values to look for in the configuration data. Specifying index keys can improve performance by filtering the data.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration acp-options] user@host# set remote-update-database-index-keys remote-update-database-index-keys

    The value is a list of attributes, separated by commas. An attribute is one of the following text strings:

    • accountingId—Value of directory attribute accountingUserId.
    • dhcpPacket—Content of the DHCP discover request.
    • hostname—Name of the host on which the SAE is installed.
    • ifIndex—SNMP index of the interface. This attribute is not supported on devices running Junos OS.
    • ifRadiusClass—RADIUS class attribute on the JunosE interface. This attribute is not supported on devices running Junos OS.
    • ifSessionId—Identifier for RADIUS accounting on the JunosE interface. This attribute is not supported on devices running Junos OS.
    • interfaceAlias—Alias of the interface; that is, the IP description in the interface configuration.
    • interfaceDescr—SNMP description of the interface.
    • interfaceName—Name of the interface.
    • loginName—Subscriber's login name.
    • nasInetAddress—IP address of the router; using a byte array instead of an integer.
    • nasPort—NAS port used by the router to identify the interface to RADIUS.
    • portId—Identifier of VLAN or virtual circuit. For a virtual circuit, use the format <VPI>/<VCI>. This attribute is not supported on devices running Junos OS.
      • <VPI>—Virtual path identifier
      • <VCI>—Virtual connection identifier
    • primaryUserName—PPP login name or the public DHCP username. This attribute is not supported on devices running Junos OS.
    • routerName—Name of the virtual router in the format <virtualRouter>@<router>.
      • <virtualRouter>—Virtual router name
      • <router>—Router name
    • routerType—Type of router driver.
    • userInetAddress—IP address of the subscriber that uses a byte array instead of an integer.
    • userMacAddress—MAC address of the DHCP subscriber. This attribute is not supported on devices running Junos OS.
    • userRadiusClass—RADIUS class attribute of the subscriber session for a service. This attribute can occur multiple times and can be returned by an authorization plug-in.
    • userType—Type of subscriber.
  13. Specify the interface tracking event to be ignored by SRC ACP.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration acp-options] user@host# set interface-tracking-filter interface-tracking-filter

    The value is filter strings in the format of a list of <attribute>=<value> pairs. The filter strings can be contained within query operations.

    • <attribute>—Name of an attribute for an interface tracking event. See value for the remote-update-database-index-keys option described Configuring SRC ACP Properties (SRC CLI).
    • <value>—Filtering string of the following types:
      • *—Any value
      • Explicit string—Any value matching the specified string (not case-sensitive)
      • String containing an asterisk—Any value containing the specified string (not case-sensitive)
    • To perform query operations on filter strings, you can use the following values in your filter strings:
      • ()—Match no objects.
      • (*)—Match all objects.
      • (&<filter><filter>...)—Performs logical AND operation on filter strings; true if all filter strings match.
      • (|<filter><filter>...)—Performs logical OR operation on filter strings; true if at least one filter string matches.
      • (!<filter>)—Performs logical NOT operation on filter string; true if the filter string does not match.
  14. (Optional) Specify the number of events the SAE sends to SRC ACP in a single method call during state synchronization.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration acp-options] user@host# set state-sync-bulk-size state-sync-bulk-size
  15. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration acp-options] 
    user@host# show 

Configuring CORBA Interfaces

Use the following configuration statements to configure CORBA interfaces for SRC ACP:

shared acp configuration corba { acp-ior acp-ior; remote-update-ior remote-update-ior; }

To configure CORBA interfaces:

  1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that configures CORBA interfaces for SRC ACP. In this sample procedure, the CORBA interfaces are configured in the config group.
    user@host# edit shared acp group config configuration corba
  2. Export the object reference for SRC ACP through either a local file or a Common Object Services (COS) naming service.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration corba] user@host# set acp-ior acp-ior
  3. Specify the object reference for the ACP external interface.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration corba] user@host# set remote-update-ior remote-update-ior
  4. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration corba] 
    user@host# show 
    acp-ior file:///var/acp/acp.ior;
    remote-update-ior file:///var/acp/sra.ior;

Configuring SRC ACP Redundancy

Use the following configuration statements to configure SRC ACP redundancy and state synchronization with the SAE:

shared acp configuration redundancy {enable-redundancy; local-ior local-ior; remote-ior remote-ior; ignore-user-tracking-out-of-sync; community-heartbeat community-heartbeat; community-acquire-timeout community-acquire-timeout; community-blackout-timeout community-blackout-timeout; redundant-naming-service redundant-naming-service; }

To configure SRC ACP redundancy and state synchronization with the SAE:

  1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that configures SRC ACP redundancy. In this sample procedure, the properties are configured in the config group.
    user@host# edit shared acp group config configuration redundancy
  2. (Optional) Enable SRC ACP redundancy.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration redundancy] user@host# set enable-redundancy
  3. Export the object reference for this SRC ACP (local interface) through a Common Object Services (COS) naming service in a redundant SRC ACP configuration.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration redundancy] user@host# set local-ior local-ior
  4. Resolves the object reference for the other SRC ACP (remote interface) through a Common Object Services (COS) naming service in a redundant SRC ACP configuration. For redundancy, the remote IOR value of one SRC ACP must match the local IOR value of the other SRC ACP.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration redundancy] user@host# set remote-ior remote-ior
  5. (Optional) Specify whether user-tracking events should be ignored when they raise an OutOfSync exception to the SAE when state synchronization is enabled. SRC ACP raises an OutOfSync exception when SRC ACP handles service tracking or authentication events without receiving a user start event first.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration redundancy] user@host# set ignore-user-tracking-out-of-sync
  6. (Optional) Specify the time interval for community members to check each other’s availability when both redundancy and state synchronization are enabled.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration redundancy] user@host# set community-heartbeat community-heartbeat
  7. (Optional) Specify the time to wait before trying to reacquire the distributed lock when both redundancy and state synchronization are enabled.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration redundancy] user@host# set community-acquire-timeout community-acquire-timeout
  8. (Optional) Specify the time to wait before regaining control when both redundancy and state synchronization are enabled.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration redundancy] user@host# set community-blackout-timeout community-blackout-timeout
  9. Export the object reference for the backup naming service through a local file or COS naming service in a redundant SRC ACP configuration. The primary SRC ACP registers the IOR and redundancy IOR to both naming services, while the secondary SRC ACP registers the redundancy IOR to both naming services.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration redundancy] user@host# set redundant-naming-service redundant-naming-service
  10. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration redundancy] 
    user@host# show 

Configuring Connections to the Subscribers’ Directory

Use the following configuration statements to configure how SRC ACP connects to the directory that contains subscriber information:

shared acp configuration ldap subscriber-data { congestion-points-eventing; server-address server-address; server-port server-port; dn dn; principal principal; password password; event-dn event-dn; directory-eventing; polling-interval polling-interval; }

To configure connections to the directory that stores subscriber information:

  1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that configures SRC ACP connections to the subscribers’ directory. In this sample procedure, the connections are configured in the config group.
    user@host# edit shared acp group config configuration ldap subscriber-data
  2. (Optional) Enable directory eventing for congestion points.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap subscriber-data] user@host# set congestion-points-eventing
  3. Specify the list of primary and redundant servers that manage data for subscribers.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap subscriber-data] user@host# set server-address server-address
  4. Specify the TCP port for the directory.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap subscriber-data] user@host# set server-port server-port
  5. Specify the DN of the root of the directory.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap subscriber-data] user@host# set dn dn
  6. Specify the DN used to authorize connections to the directory.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap subscriber-data] user@host# set principal principal
  7. Specify the password used to authorize connections to the directory.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap subscriber-data] user@host# set password password
  8. Specify the DN of the directory that contains event information.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap subscriber-data] user@host# set event-dn event-dn
  9. (Optional) Enable directory eventing.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap subscriber-data] user@host# set directory-eventing
  10. Specify the time interval at which the SRC component polls the directory.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap subscriber-data] user@host# set polling-interval polling-interval
  11. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap subscriber-data] 
    user@host# show 

Configuring Connections to the Services’ Directory

Use the following configuration statements to configure how SRC ACP connects to the directory that contains information about services:

shared acp configuration ldap service-data { edge-congestion-point-dn edge-congestion-point-dn; backbone-congestion-point-dn backbone-congestion-point-dn; reload-congestion-points; congestion-points-eventing; server-address server-address; server-port server-port; dn dn; principal principal; password password; event-dn event-dn; directory-eventing; polling-interval polling-interval; }

To configure connections to the directory that stores service information:

  1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that configures SRC ACP connections to the services’ directory. In this sample procedure, the connections are configured in the config group.
    user@host# edit shared acp group config configuration ldap service-data
  2. Specify the DN of the directory that contains information about network interfaces for edge congestion points.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap service-data] user@host# set edge-congestion-point-dn edge-congestion-point-dn
  3. Specify the DN of the directory that contains information about network interfaces for backbone congestion point objects.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap service-data] user@host# set backbone-congestion-point-dn backbone-congestion-point-dn
  4. (Optional) Specify whether SRC ACP detects changes in the backbone congestion point for a service while SRC ACP is operative.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap service-data] user@host# set reload-congestion-points

    Set this value only when you want to modify a congestion point.

  5. (Optional) Enable directory eventing for congestion points.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap service-data] user@host# set congestion-points-eventing
  6. Specify the list of primary and redundant servers that manage data for subscribers.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap service-data] user@host# set server-address server-address
  7. Specify the TCP port for the directory.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap service-data] user@host# set server-port server-port
  8. Specify the DN of the root of the directory.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap service-data] user@host# set dn dn
  9. Specify the DN used to authorize connections to the directory.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap service-data] user@host# set principal principal
  10. Specify the password used to authorize connections to the directory.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap service-data] user@host# set password password
  11. Specify the DN of the directory that contains event information.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap service-data] user@host# set event-dn event-dn
  12. (Optional) Enable directory eventing.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap service-data] user@host# set directory-eventing
  13. Specify the time interval at which the SRC component polls the directory.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap service-data] user@host# set polling-interval polling-interval
  14. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration ldap service-data] 
    user@host# show 

Configuring SRC ACP Scripts and Classification

Use the following configuration statements to configure SRC ACP scripts and classification:

shared acp configuration scripts-and-classification { script-factory-class script-factory-class; classification-factory-class classification-factory-class; classification-script classification-script; congestion-point-profile-script congestion-point-profile-script; extension-path extension-path; }

To configure scripts and classification:

  1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that configures SRC ACP scripts and classification. In this sample procedure, the properties are configured in the config group.
    user@host# edit shared acp group config configuration scripts-and-classification
  2. Specify the script factory class name.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration scripts-and-classification] user@host# set script-factory-class script-factory-class
  3. Specify the congestion point classifier factory class name.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration scripts-and-classification] user@host# set classification-factory-class classification-factory-class
  4. Specify the class name for congestion point classification.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration scripts-and-classification] user@host# set classification-script classification-script
  5. Specify the class name for generating the congestion point DN by using the congestion point profile.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration scripts-and-classification] user@host# set congestion-point-profile-script congestion-point-profile-script
  6. Specify the extension class path for classes not located in the /opt/UMC/acp/lib directory.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration scripts-and-classification] user@host# set extension-path extension-path
  7. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
    [edit shared acp group config configuration scripts-and-classification] 
    user@host# show 

Related Documentation

Modified: 2015-06-19