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    Adding Virtual Routers Individually (SRC CLI)

    You can add a virtual router to an existing router.

    Use the following configuration statements to add a virtual router:

    shared network device name virtual-router name {sae-connection [ sae-connection ...]; snmp-read-community snmp-read-community ; snmp-write-community snmp-write-community ; scope [ scope ...]; local-address-pools local-address-pools ; static-address-pools static-address-pools ; tracking-plug-in [ tracking-plug-in ...];user-tracking-plug-in user-tracking-plug-in ...];authentication-plug-in [ authentication-plug-in ...];dual-stack-delay delayvpn-id vpn-id;}

    To add a virtual router:

    1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statements for virtual routers. This procedure uses junose_boston as the name of the router and vr1 as the name of the virtual router.
      user@host# edit shared network device junose_boston virtual-router vr1
    2. Specify the addresses of SAEs that can manage this router. This step is required for the SAE to work with the router.
      [edit shared network device junose_boston virtual-router vr1] user@host# set sae-connection [ sae-connection ...]

      To specify the active SAE and the redundant SAE, enter an exclamation point (!) after the hostname or IP address of the connected SAE. For example:

      [edit shared network device junose_boston virtual-router vr1]user@host# set sae-connection [sae1! sae2!]
    3. (Optional) Specify an SNMP community name for SNMP read-only operations for this virtual router.
      [edit shared network device junose_boston virtual-router vr1] user@host# set snmp-read-community snmp-read-community
    4. (Optional) Specify an SNMP community name for SNMP write operations for this virtual router.
      [edit shared network device junose_boston virtual-router vr1] user@host# set snmp-write-community snmp-write-community
    5. (Optional) Specify service scopes assigned to this virtual router. The scopes are available for subscribers connected to this virtual router for selecting customized versions of services.
      [edit shared network device junose_boston virtual-router vr1] user@host# set scope [ scope ...]
    6. (Optional) Specify the list of IP address pools that a virtual router currently manages and stores.
      [edit shared network device junose_boston virtual-router vr1] user@host# set local-address-pools local-address-pools
    7. (Optional) Specify the list of IP address pools that a virtual router manages but does not store.
      [edit shared network device junose_boston virtual-router vr1] user@host# set static-address-pools static-address-pools
    8. (Optional) Specify the plug-ins that track interfaces that the SAE manages on this virtual router.
      [edit shared network device junose_boston virtual-router vr1] user@host# set tracking-plug-in [ tracking-plug-in ...]
    9. (Optional) Specify a list of plug-ins that are notified of interface events for this virtual router.
      [edit shared network device junose_boston virtual-router vr1] user@host# set authentication-plug-in [ authentication-plug-in ...]
    10. (Optional) Specify a single-tracking plug-in or a list of tracking plug-ins used to track subscriber sessions associated with this virtual router.
      [edit shared network device junose_boston virtual-router vr1] user@host# set user-tracking-plug-in [ user-tracking-plug-in ...]

      Set the user-tracking-plug-in option to the name of the configuration plug-in you configured with the edit shared sae configuration plug-ins name name ssr-writer statement.

    11. Configure the delay time (in milliseconds) for dual-stack interfaces. dual-stack-delay is not configured by default.
      [edit shared sae group west-region configuration driver junose] user@host# dual-stack-delay delay
    12. (Optional) Specify the VPN identifier used by this virtual router. For edge devices, you can specify VRF instead of a string to use the VRF instance reported by the device as the VPN identifier. For example, if you specify VRF for a JunosE router, the VPN identifier is the name of the virtual router.
      [edit shared network device junose_boston virtual-router vr1] user@host# set vpn-id (vpn-id | VRF)
    13. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
      [edit shared network device junose_boston virtual-router vr1] 
      user@host# show 
      authentication-plug-in ldap-auth;
      dual-stack-delay 1000;
      local-address-pools 10.0.0.1;
      sae-connection 10.212.10.2;
      scope POP-Ottawa;
      snmp-read-community ********;
      snmp-write-community ********;
      static-address-pools 10.10.0.1;
      user-tracking-plug-in fileAuth;
      vpn-id 123;
      

    Modified: 2015-06-19