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delimiter (Access Profile)


Hierarchy Level


Specify up to eight characters that the router uses to determine which part of the subscriber login string to discard—leaving the remainder for use as a modified username—when subscriber username stripping is configured in a subscriber access profile. The characters to the right of the delimiter are discarded along with the delimiter. Use the parse-direction statement when more than one delimiter appears in a username to determine the characters that are stripped by identifying the desired delimiter. A given subscriber login string can result in multiple different modified usernames depending on the number and placement of delimiters and the direction of stripping.


None. You must always configure a delimiter.



Character that specifies the boundary between the part of the original username that is kept and the part that is discarded.

Required Privilege Level

access—To view this statement in the configuration.

access-control—To add this statement to the configuration.

Release Information

Statement introduced in Junos OS Release 16.2.