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Advanced Card Systems L17T Driver
Additional References Subscriber Session Overview A session represents the logical connection between the customer premise equipment CPE and the network resource. To enable a subscriber access the network resources, the network has to establish a session with the subscriber.
Each session establishment comprises Advanced Card Systems L17T these phases: Note When packets arrive on an access interface, an attempt is made to link that packet to a subscriber context. If there is no match, the packet is mapped against the access sub- interface. In order to secure your BNG access interface, you will want to apply either uRPF or an Access-List blocking everything but DHCP incoming on the access interface to limit remote subscribers for which we don't have an interface created from accessing network resources.
Authenticating and authorizing the subscriber—in this phase, BNG authenticates the subscribers and Advanced Card Systems L17T them to use the network.
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Giving subscriber an identity—in this phase, the subscriber is assigned an identity, the IP address. Monitoring the session—in this phase, BNG ascertains that the session is up and running.
The subscribers are not configured directly on BNG. Instead, a framework is created on which subscriber features and subscriber sessions are started and stopped dynamically.
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The framework consists of control policies and dynamic templates, which perform these functions: Control policy determines the action BNG takes when specific events, such as receipt of a session start request, or failure of authentication, occurs. The action is determined by the class-map defined in the control policy.
The action involves activating dynamic templates. Dynamic template contains a set of CLI commands that are applied to a subscriber session.
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Multiple dynamic templates can be activated, one at a time, on the same subscriber interface. Also, the same dynamic template can be activated on multiple subscriber interfaces through different control policies. Service providers can deploy subscribers over VLAN in these ways: This is Advanced Card Systems L17T useful for the 1: The subscriber sessions are established over the subscriber interfaces, which are virtual interfaces.
It is possible to create only one interface for each subscriber session. A port can contain multiple VLANs, each of which can support multiple subscribers.
Advanced Card Systems L17T creates subscriber interfaces for each kind of session. These interfaces are named based on the parent interface, such as bundle-ether 2. For details on subscriber session limit, see Subscriber Session Limit. The subscriber sessions can be active on any link within the bundle or group.
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If a BNG is deployed in Advanced Card Systems L17T LAG configuration, all traffic for one subscriber should be configured to traverse one link of the ether-bundle. Load-balancing is achieved by putting different subscribers on different links. These are discussed next in the next topics.
For details, see Line Card Subscribers. BNG supports interface based static sessions, where all traffic belonging to a particular VLAN sub-interface is treated as a single session.
Advanced Card Systems L17T details, see Static Sessions. Note If a clear subscriber session all command is issued with the intend to clear all the subscriber sessions and if a route processor fail over RPFO occurs while the session bring down is in progress, then it is recommended to re-run the same command post RPFO, to ensure all the remaining sessions, if any, are brought down.