Technical Documentation

Setting Up Session Mirroring

Session mirroring commands are hidden by default. You must have a login with sufficient permission to configure session mirroring. The set system login class class-name permissions pgcp-session-mirroring-control command grants this permission.

To configure session mirroring:

  1. Access the configuration of the delivery function properties under session-mirroring.
    [edit services pgcp ]user@host# edit session-mirroring delivery-function df-1
  2. Configure the network operator ID. The BGF includes the network operator ID in the header of intercepted packets that it sends to the delivery function. It is used to identify the operator.
    [edit services pgcp session-mirroring delivery-function df-1]user@host# set network-operator-id ABCDE
  3. Configure the address of the delivery function to which the BGF sends session-mirroring information.
    [edit services pgcp session-mirroring delivery-function df-1]user@host# set destination-address 10.1.1.63
  4. Configure the port on the delivery function that receives session-mirroring information.
    [edit services pgcp session-mirroring delivery-function df-1]user@host# set destination-port 15000
  5. Configure the address of the interface on which the BGF sends session-mirroring data to the deliver function.
    [edit services pgcp session-mirroring delivery-function df-1]user@host# set source-address 10.1.1.43
  6. Configure the port on which the BGF sends session-mirroring data to the delivery function.
    [edit services pgcp session-mirroring delivery-function df-1]user@host# set source-port 10000

Published: 2010-04-13