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Configuring Top-Level Broadband Subscriber Management Elements

When configuring an MX Series router to act as a broadband services router (BSR) or video services router (VSR), you initially define elements that the router uses to define both subscriber access and the level of service a subscriber can have in your network. Many of these elements are profiles (groups of configuration statements) or static configuration components (like firewall filters) that typically do not change after you create them. After you define these elements, the router can use them to enable subscribers to gain access to your network.

The top-level steps for configuring the edge access in the subscriber management network include the following:

  1. Configure the subscriber loopback interface and VLANs.

    See Configuring Static Customer VLANs for the Broadband Subscriber Management Solution.

  2. Configure a class of service profile.

    See Configuring a Global Class of Service Profile for the Subscriber Management Solution.

  3. Configure a firewall filter for use with the dynamic profile.

    See Configuring Dynamic Firewall Filter Services for Use in Dynamic Profiles.

  4. Configure AAA Framework Services.

    See Configuring AAA Service Framework for the Broadband Subscriber Management Solution.

  5. Configure an address assignment pool for use by the address server.

    See Configuring Address Server Elements for the Broadband Subscriber Management Solution.

  6. Configure DHCP local server to assign subscriber addresses.

    See Configuring Address Server Elements for the Broadband Subscriber Management Solution.


Published: 2010-05-03

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