Technical Documentation

Associating an Access Node with Subscribers for ANCP Operations

Subscribers are identified by a unique access loop identifier that is associated with a logical interface for a single VLAN or with a named set of VLANs through which traffic is sent to the subscribers. The access identifier must be unique either across the network or for individual ANCP neighbors. When the identifier is unique for a neighbor, you must specify the neighbor’s IP address.

To associate the access identifier with subscribers, do one of the following:

  • Specify the name for the set of VLANs and the unique access-loop identifier for the access node.
    [edit protocols ancp interfaces]user@host# set interface-set vlan5 access-identifier “dslam port 2/3”
  • Specify the logical interface for a single VLAN and the unique access-loop identifier for the access node.
    [edit protocols ancp interfaces]user@host# set ge-1/0/4.12 vlan1 access-identifier “dslam port-2-10” neighbor 10.12.3.4

Published: 2010-04-15