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Example: Configuring Static Subscribers for Subscriber Access

This example shows a static subscriber configuration.

  1. Configure the access profile to be used for static subscribers.
    access {profile access5 {provisioning-order jsrc;accounting {order radius;}authentication {order radius;}}}
  2. Configure the dynamic profile to be used for static subscribers.

    If you do not configure this profile, the default profile, junos-default-profile, is used

  3. Configure the static interfaces on which to layer the static subscribers.
  4. Configure the parameters that apply globally to all static subscribers in the configuration context.
    static-subscribers {access-profile access5;dynamic-profile dyn-profile-1;authentication {password Gj85*3mS;username-include {user-prefix Building5;interface;logical-system-name;routing-instance-name;domain-name example.com;}}}
  5. If you want to override the global parameters for certain static subscribers, create a group of static interfaces for those subscribers and configure parameters to apply to that group. Repeat this step for as many groups as you need.
    static-subscribers {group boston {interface ge-1/0/1.1 upto ge-1/0/1.102 interface ge-1/0/1.6 excludeinterface ge-1/0/1.70 upto ge-1/0/1.80 excludeaccess-profile boston-acs;dynamic-profile dyn-profile-2;authentication {password knTS$$k2;username-include {user-prefix 2ndFloor;interface;logical-system-name;routing-instance-name;domain-name example.net;}}}}
  6. Configure tracing options for static subscriber events.
static-subscribers {traceoptions {file filename <files number> <match regular-expression > <size maximum-file-size> <world-readable | no-world-readable>;flag flag;level (all | error | info | notice | verbose | warning);no-remote-trace;}}

Published: 2010-04-15