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    Example: Configuring the SRC Software to Support Both PTSP and JSRC on the MX Series Router

    If you are using both the junos-ise device driver for the JSRC feature and the PTSP device driver, you need to configure two network device entries, one for each device driver. For example:

    shared {network {device mx-name-ptsp {origin-host mx-origin-host;device-type junos-ptsp;peers mx-name-peer;virtual-router * {sae-connection [src1 src2];}}device mx-name-jsrc {origin-host mx-origin-host;device-type junos-ise;peers mx-name-peer;virtual-router * {sae-connection [src2 src3];}}}diameter {peer mx-name-peer {address 10.0.0.1;port 3868;protocol tcp;}}}

    In this example, the JSRC and PTSP device drivers are being used simultaneously. Notice:

    • The two device entries have different names (mx-name-ptsp and mx-name-jsrc).
    • Both the device entries contain the origin host attribute that matches the diameter host as configured in the MX Series router.

    If the origin host is not specified, the name of the device is used instead. In other words, it is also possible to configure two entries, where the name of one entry matches the Diameter hostname of the MX Series router (without origin host), and the second entry contains the origin host. For example:

    shared network {device mx-origin-host { ... }device mx-origin-host-2 {origin-host mx-origin-host;...}}

    Modified: 2014-12-09