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    Testing the SRC VTA Configuration Overview

    You can use SRC VTA test commands to simulate events and test a specific SRC VTA group configuration. You can simulate subscriber-tracking events, service-tracking events, and callback events.

    There are two steps involved in configuring and testing the SRC VTA configuration.

    • First, you need to define the SRC VTA test events. You define a test event by assigning values to a set of attributes. The attributes you can assign to the test event depends on the event type you specify. SRC VTA test event configurations are stored in the Juniper Networks database so that you can reference them when executing SRC VTA test commands from any C Series Controller.
    • After you define a test event, you can reference the test event when you execute test commands.

    Table 1 lists the event types and the configuration statements you use to define SRC VTA test events.

    Table 1: SRC VTA Event Types and Test Event Configuration Statements

    Test EventsConfiguration Statement Used to Define the Test EventEvent Type

    Subscriber-and service-tracking test events

    Use the following statement to configure subscriber- and service-tracking test events:

    shared vta test-events event-name type type attributes {

    The event-name variable is an arbitrary name you specify for the event. When you execute a test command, you specify this name for the test-event variable.

    See Table 2 for setting the attribute-name variable for either subscriber- or service-tracking test events.

    You can define the following event types for the event-type variable when defining subscriber-tracking events:

    • user-start
    • user-interim
    • user-stop

    You can define the following event types for the event-type variable when defining service-tracking events:

    • service-start:service-name
    • service-interim:service-name
    • service-stop:service-name

    Callback test events

    Use the following statement to configure callback test events:

    shared vta test-events type call-back:name callback-attributes {

    You can define the following attribute type for callback test events:

    • Boolean
    • Long
    • Integer
    • Double
    • Float
    • String

    The event-name variable is an arbitrary name you specify for the event. When you execute a test command, you specify this name for the test-event variable.

    The only event type you can define for callback test events is callback.

    Table 2: Attributes for Subscriber- and Service-Tracking Test Events

    Attributes Supported for Subscriber-Tracking EventsAttributes Supported for Service-Tracking Events

    PA_ACCOUNTING_ID

    PA_ACCOUNTING_ID

    PA_AUTH_USER_ID

    PA_AGGR_ACCOUNTING_ID

    PA_DHCP_PACKET

    PA_AGGR_AUTH_USER_ID

    PA_EVENT_TIME

    PA_AGGR_LOGIN_NAME

    PA_EVENT_TIME_MILLISECOND

    PA_AGGR_SESSION_ID

    PA_IF_RADIUS_CLASS

    PA_AGGR_USER_DN

    PA_IF_SESSION_ID

    PA_AGGR_USER_INET_ADDRESS

    PA_INTERFACE_ALIAS

    PA_AUTH_USER_ID

    PA_INTERFACE_DESCR

    PA_DHCP_PACKET

    PA_INTERFACE_NAME

    PA_DOWNSTREAM_BANDWIDTH

    PA_LOGIN_ID

    PA_EVENT_TIME

    PA_LOGIN_NAME

    PA_EVENT_TIME_MILLISECOND

    PA_NAS_INET_ADDRESS

    PA_IF_RADIUS_CLASS

    PA_NAS_IP

    PA_IF_SESSION_ID

    PA_NAS_PORT

    PA_IN_OCTETS

    PA_OPERATIONAL

    PA_IN_PACKETS

    PA_PORT_ID

    PA_INTERFACE_ALIAS

    PA_PRIMARY_USER_NAME

    PA_INTERFACE_DESCR

    PA_RADIUS_CLASS

    PA_INTERFACE_NAME

    PA_ROUTER_NAME

    PA_LOGIN_ID

    PA_SESSION_TIMEOUT

    PA_LOGIN_NAME

    PA_SSP_HOST

    PA_NAS_INET_ADDRESS

    PA_SUBSCRIPTION_NAME

    PA_NAS_IP

    PA_TERMINATE_CAUSE

    PA_NAS_PORT

    PA_USER_DN

    PA_OPERATIONAL

    PA_USER_INET_ADDRESS

    PA_OUT_OCTETS

    PA_USER_IP_ADDRESS

    PA_OUT_PACKETS

    PA_USER_MAC_ADDRESS

    PA_PORT_ID

    PA_USER_RADIUS_CLASS

    PA_PRIMARY_USER_NAME

    PA_USER_TYPE

    PA_RADIUS_CLASS

     

    PA_ROUTER_NAME

     

    PA_SERVICE_NAME

     

    PA_SERVICE_SCOPE

     

    PA_SERVICE_SESSION_NAME

     

    PA_SERVICE_SESSION_TAG

     

    PA_SESSION_ID

     

    PA_SESSION_TIME

     

    PA_SSP_HOST

     

    PA_SUBSCRIPTION_NAME

     

    PA_TERMINATE_CAUSE

     

    PA_UPSTREAM_BANDWIDTH

     

    PA_USER_DN

     

    PA_USER_INET_ADDRESS

     

    PA_USER_IP_ADDRESS

     

    PA_USER_MAC_ADDRESS

     

    PA_USER_RADIUS_CLASS

     

    PA_USER_TYPE

     

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    Modified: 2012-11-23