Technical Documentation

Managing the SBC Configuration Process

You can stop and start the SBC configuration process in any of the following ways:

  • Restart the SBC configuration process. In this procedure, the SBC configuration process is considered configured.
  • Disable and enable the SBC configuration process. In this procedure, the SBC configuration process is considered configured.

This topic consists of the following sections:

Restarting the SBC Configuration Process

Caution: We recommend that you do not restart the software process unless instructed to do so by a Juniper Networks customer support engineer. A restart might cause the router to drop calls and interrupt transmission.

Three options are available when you restart the SBC configuration process:

  • gracefully—Restart the software process after calls have ended.
  • immediately—Immediately restart the software process.
  • soft—Reread and reactivate the configuration without completely restarting the software process.

To restart the SBC configuration process, enter the restart sbc-configuration-process command in operational mode:

user@host> restart sbc-configuration-process

When you restart the SBC configuration process, the process is stopped and then restarted.

Disabling and Enabling the SBC Configuration Process

This topic consists of the following tasks:

Disabling the SBC Configuration Process

To disable the SBC configuration process, enter the set system processes sbc-configuration-process disable statement in configuration mode, and then commit your configuration:

[edit]user@host# set system processes sbc-configuration-process disableuser@host# commit

Enabling the SBC Configuration Process

To enable the SBC configuration process, enter the delete system processes sbc-configuration-process disable statement in configuration mode, and then commit your configuration:

[edit]user@host# delete system processes sbc-configuration-process disableuser@host# commit

Published: 2010-04-22