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Cisco ASR 5000 Series Product Overview

Cisco ASR 5000 Series Product Overview (992 pages)

Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Router | Size: 13.24 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide27................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions Used28................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Customer Support30................................................................................................................................................................
Common Features32................................................................................................................................................................
License Keys33................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Benefits54................................................................................................................................................................
Asr 5000 Hardware Platform Overview69................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Configurations70................................................................................................................................................................
Slot Numbering73................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Slot Numbering For Half-height Line Cards74................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting Options75................................................................................................................................................................
Gbps Switch Fabric76................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Bus77................................................................................................................................................................
Oc-48 Tdm Bus79................................................................................................................................................................
Power Filter Units80................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Tray Assemblies82................................................................................................................................................................
Air Filter Assembly83................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Airflow84................................................................................................................................................................
Asr 5000 Application Cards85................................................................................................................................................................
Smc Raid Support87................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Processing Cards: Psc, Psc2, And Ppc88................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Services Card (psc) Description89................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Services Card 2 (psc2) Description91................................................................................................................................................................
Capacity92................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Processor Card (ppc) Description94................................................................................................................................................................
Asr 5000 Line Cards96................................................................................................................................................................
Console Port98................................................................................................................................................................
Bits Timing99................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet 10/100 Line Card101................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet 1000 (gigabit Ethernet) Line Cards103................................................................................................................................................................
Quad Gigabit Ethernet Line Card104................................................................................................................................................................
Gigabit Ethernet Line Card106................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Line Cards (olc And Olc2)110................................................................................................................................................................
Channelized Line Cards (clc And Clc2)114................................................................................................................................................................
Standards Compliance118................................................................................................................................................................
General Application And Line Card Information120................................................................................................................................................................
Software Architecture121................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Distributed Software Architecture123................................................................................................................................................................
Subsystems124................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy And Availability Features127................................................................................................................................................................
Service Availability Features128................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Redundancy Configuration129................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance And Failure Scenarios130................................................................................................................................................................
Software Assurance Features132................................................................................................................................................................
Session Recovery Feature133................................................................................................................................................................
Interchassis Session Recovery134................................................................................................................................................................
Mean Time Between Failure And System Availability135................................................................................................................................................................
System Availability136................................................................................................................................................................
Spare Component Recommendations137................................................................................................................................................................
Management System Overview139................................................................................................................................................................
Out-of-band Management141................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Interface142................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Overview142................................................................................................................................................................
Web Element Manager Application144................................................................................................................................................................
Asn Gateway Overview147................................................................................................................................................................
Asn Mobility Management148................................................................................................................................................................
Profile Management149................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-asn Handovers150................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Features151................................................................................................................................................................
Asn Gateway Micro-mobility152................................................................................................................................................................
Wimax R4 Inter-asn Mobility Management153................................................................................................................................................................
Proxy Mobile Ipv4 (pmipv4)154................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Radius Methods155................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Diameter Methods156................................................................................................................................................................
Volume And Duration-based Prepaid Accounting157................................................................................................................................................................
Hotlining/dynamic Radius Attributes158................................................................................................................................................................
Asn Gateway Intra-chassis Session Recovery159................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Inline Services160................................................................................................................................................................
How It Works161................................................................................................................................................................
Asn Gateway In A Wimax Network163................................................................................................................................................................
Access Service Network (asn)164................................................................................................................................................................
Connectivity Service Network (csn)165................................................................................................................................................................
Wimax Reference Points And Interfaces166................................................................................................................................................................
Message Relay In Asn167................................................................................................................................................................
Wimax Network Deployment Configurations169................................................................................................................................................................
Asn Call Procedure Flows171................................................................................................................................................................
Non-anchor Asn Gateway172................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Network Entry And Data Path Establishment Without Authentication173................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Network Entry And Data Path Establishment With Authentication (single Eap)175................................................................................................................................................................
Unexpected Network Re-entry177................................................................................................................................................................
Ms Triggered Network Exit178................................................................................................................................................................
Network Triggered Network Exit179................................................................................................................................................................
Intra-asn Gateway Handover181................................................................................................................................................................
Intra-anchor Asn Gateway Controlled Handover183................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-asn Gateway Handover189................................................................................................................................................................
Asn Gateway Function For Handovers190................................................................................................................................................................
Controlled Anchor Asn Gateway To Non-anchor Asn Gateway Handover191................................................................................................................................................................
Uncontrolled Anchor Asn Gateway To Non-anchor Asn Gateway Handover196................................................................................................................................................................
Radius-based Prepaid Accounting For Wimax198................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Http Redirection Rule When Quota Is Reached200................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Http Redirection Rule Coa Is Received202................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa Server204................................................................................................................................................................
Csn Procedure Flows206................................................................................................................................................................
Pmip4 Session Release208................................................................................................................................................................
Wimax Deployment With Legacy Core Networks210................................................................................................................................................................
Session Continuity Support For 3gpp2 And Wimax Handovers211................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Mode212................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Mode212................................................................................................................................................................
Asn Gw And Nap-id/nsp-id Process213................................................................................................................................................................
Data Tunnel Endpoint Support214................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-asngw Handoff215................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Standards216................................................................................................................................................................
Object Management Group (omg) Standards217................................................................................................................................................................
Asn Paging Controller And Location Registry Overview219................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction220................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of Pc/lr Support222................................................................................................................................................................
Paging Agent (pa)223................................................................................................................................................................
Location Update With Paging Controller Relocation225................................................................................................................................................................
Paging Operation227................................................................................................................................................................
Ms Initiated Idle Mode Entry229................................................................................................................................................................
Ms Initiated Idle Mode Exit232................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Platforms And Software235................................................................................................................................................................
Cdma2000 Wireless Data Services237................................................................................................................................................................
Product Description238................................................................................................................................................................
Product Specifications239................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality—base Software241................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Support242................................................................................................................................................................
Description243................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control List Support244................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Policy Forwarding245................................................................................................................................................................
Overlapping Ip Address Pool Support246................................................................................................................................................................
Threshold Crossing Alerts (tca) Support249................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Optional Enhanced Software Features252................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Support253................................................................................................................................................................
L2tp Lac Support254................................................................................................................................................................
Proxy Mobile Ip255................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Traffic Control257................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Radius Extensions (change Of Authorization)258................................................................................................................................................................
Web Element Management System259................................................................................................................................................................
Cdma2000 Data Network Deployment Configurations260................................................................................................................................................................
Co-located Deployments261................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Simple Ip And Mobile Ip263................................................................................................................................................................
How Simple Ip Works264................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Ip266................................................................................................................................................................
How Mobile Ip Works269................................................................................................................................................................
Tia And Other Standards281................................................................................................................................................................
Ieee Standards282................................................................................................................................................................
Ggsn Support In Gprs/umts Wireless Data Services283................................................................................................................................................................
Product Specification285................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Requirements286................................................................................................................................................................
Network Deployment And Interfaces287................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Interfaces288................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Base Software291................................................................................................................................................................
Sgsn Support292................................................................................................................................................................
Ansi T1.276 Compliance293................................................................................................................................................................
Bulk Statistics Support294................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Tunnel Support295................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Support296................................................................................................................................................................
Dscp Marking297................................................................................................................................................................
Host Route Advertisement298................................................................................................................................................................
Per Apn Configuration To Swap Out Gn To Gi Apn In Cdrs304................................................................................................................................................................
Quality Of Service Support305................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Vlan Support306................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Protocol Support307................................................................................................................................................................
Support Of Charging Characteristics Provided By Aaa Server308................................................................................................................................................................
Support Of All Ggsn Generated Causes For Partial G-cdr Closure309................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Optional Enhanced Feature Software311................................................................................................................................................................
Converged Dsl Support On The Ggsn312................................................................................................................................................................
Gre Protocol Interface Support313................................................................................................................................................................
Gx Interface Support314................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-chassis Session Recovery315................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Security (ipsec)317................................................................................................................................................................
L2tp Lns Support320................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Ip Home And Foreign Agents321................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Ip Nat Traversal322................................................................................................................................................................
Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Services Support323................................................................................................................................................................
Session Persistence324................................................................................................................................................................
Session Recovery Support325................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Policing And Rate Limiting326................................................................................................................................................................
How Ggsn Works329................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Ip Address Assignment330................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Session Call Flows331................................................................................................................................................................
Transparent Session Ip Call Flow332................................................................................................................................................................
Non-transparent Ip Session Call Flow333................................................................................................................................................................
Network-initiated Session Call Flow336................................................................................................................................................................
Ppp Direct Access Call Flow337................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Dialup Access Call Flow339................................................................................................................................................................
Corporate Ip Vpn Connectivity Call Flow341................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Ip Call Flow343................................................................................................................................................................
Proxy Mobile Ip Call Flows346................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Stateless Address Autoconfiguration Flows349................................................................................................................................................................
Ietf References352................................................................................................................................................................
Ha Overview357................................................................................................................................................................
Network Deployment Configurations364................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Ip Tunneling Methods366................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Mobile Ip373................................................................................................................................................................
Hrpd Serving Gateway Overview375................................................................................................................................................................
Ehrpd Network Summary376................................................................................................................................................................
Ehrpd Network Components377................................................................................................................................................................
E-utran Epc Network Components378................................................................................................................................................................
Serving Gateway (s-gw)379................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Features382................................................................................................................................................................
Quality Of Service383................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa, Policy And Charging384................................................................................................................................................................
Network Deployment(s)387................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Logical Network Interfaces (reference Points)388................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Ip Registration Revocation393................................................................................................................................................................
Non-optimized Inter-hsgw Session Handover394................................................................................................................................................................
Network Access And Charging Management Features396................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa Server Groups397................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Pdn Support399................................................................................................................................................................
Ppp Vsncp400................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Access Control Lists401................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - External Application Support406................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Policing And Shaping409................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Shaping410................................................................................................................................................................
Call/session Procedure Flows411................................................................................................................................................................
Pmipv6 Lifetime Extension Without Handover413................................................................................................................................................................
Pdn Connection Release Initiated By Ue414................................................................................................................................................................
Pdn Connection Release Initiated By Hsgw416................................................................................................................................................................
Pdn Connection Release Initiated By P-gw417................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Services Gateway Overview423................................................................................................................................................................
Service Modes425................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Proxy426................................................................................................................................................................
In-line Services428................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Feature Support429................................................................................................................................................................
Content Service Steering430................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Data Interworking Function Overview431................................................................................................................................................................
Licenses434................................................................................................................................................................
Interfaces435................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Deployments437................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Ip / Native Simple Ip Call Minimum Requirements438................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Ip And Simple Ip Fallback441................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Ip Fallback Minimum Requirements444................................................................................................................................................................
Duplicate Session Detection446................................................................................................................................................................
Registration Revocation447................................................................................................................................................................
Cookie Challenge Statistics448................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Accounting449................................................................................................................................................................
Special Radius Attribute Handling450................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Ip And Proxy Mobile Ip Attributes451................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Static Routing452................................................................................................................................................................
Sctp (stream Control Transmission Protocol) Support453................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Licensed Enhanced Feature Support455................................................................................................................................................................
Pdif Service456................................................................................................................................................................
Lawful Intercept457................................................................................................................................................................
Online Upgrade458................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Over A Common Ipv4 Network460................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Over A Common Ipv6 Network461................................................................................................................................................................
Other Devices462................................................................................................................................................................
Ipsec/ikev2464................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Ip465................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Authentication466................................................................................................................................................................
First-phase Authentication467................................................................................................................................................................
Termination468................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Packet Monitoring System (ipms)469................................................................................................................................................................
Selective Diameter Profile Update Request Control470................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Standards And Rfcs471................................................................................................................................................................
Pdg/ttg Overview473................................................................................................................................................................
Network Deployment(s) And Interfaces477................................................................................................................................................................
Pdg/ttg Logical Network Interfaces (reference Points)478................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality479................................................................................................................................................................
Ttg Mode480................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Digital Certificate Selection Based On Apn481................................................................................................................................................................
Dscp Marking For Ipsec Access482................................................................................................................................................................
Wlan Access Control483................................................................................................................................................................
Eap Fast Re-authentication Support484................................................................................................................................................................
Congestion Control486................................................................................................................................................................
Bulk Statistics487................................................................................................................................................................
Features Not Supported In This Release489................................................................................................................................................................
How The Pdg/ttg Works490................................................................................................................................................................
Pdn Gateway Overview497................................................................................................................................................................
Evolved Packet Control Function (epcf)500................................................................................................................................................................
Sae Network Summary501................................................................................................................................................................
Enodeb503................................................................................................................................................................
Pdn Gateway In The E-utran/epc Network517................................................................................................................................................................
Source Ip Address Validation524................................................................................................................................................................
Local Break-out526................................................................................................................................................................
Proxy Mobile Ipv6 (s2a)527................................................................................................................................................................
Quality Of Service Management Features529................................................................................................................................................................
Online/offline Charging536................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Policy Charging Control (gx Reference Interface)538................................................................................................................................................................
Network Operation Management Functions539................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Features542................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Inline Service Support547................................................................................................................................................................
Icap Interface548................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Security (ipsec) Encryption553................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Traffic Management (vlans)555................................................................................................................................................................
How The Pdn Gateway Works556................................................................................................................................................................
Gtp Pdn Gateway Call/session Procedures In An Lte-sae Network564................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber-initiated Detach567................................................................................................................................................................
Gpp2 References570................................................................................................................................................................
Session Control Manager Overview573................................................................................................................................................................
Ims Architecture575................................................................................................................................................................
Proxy-cscf577................................................................................................................................................................
Interrogating-cscf578................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency-cscf580................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Requirements583................................................................................................................................................................
Network Deployments And Interfaces585................................................................................................................................................................
Scm In A Gsm/umts Data Network Deployment587................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forking589................................................................................................................................................................
Error Handling590................................................................................................................................................................
Msrp Support591................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Denial Of Service (dos) Attack Prevention592................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Routing Engine593................................................................................................................................................................
Trust Domain595................................................................................................................................................................
Ipsec Support597................................................................................................................................................................
How The Scm Works603................................................................................................................................................................
Route Lists604................................................................................................................................................................
Release 7 3gpp2 References607................................................................................................................................................................
Other610................................................................................................................................................................
Serving Gateway Overview611................................................................................................................................................................
Pdn Gateway (p-gw)618................................................................................................................................................................
How The Serving Gateway Works646................................................................................................................................................................
Serving Gprs Support Node (sgsn) Overview655................................................................................................................................................................
Benefits Of Co-located Gsns659................................................................................................................................................................
Sgsn/ggsn Deployments661................................................................................................................................................................
Sgsn Logical Network Interfaces662................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Basic666................................................................................................................................................................
Ss7 Support667................................................................................................................................................................
Mobility Management668................................................................................................................................................................
Paging669................................................................................................................................................................
Identity Request670................................................................................................................................................................
Network Sharing671................................................................................................................................................................
Gwcn Configuration672................................................................................................................................................................
Implementation673................................................................................................................................................................
Session Management674................................................................................................................................................................
Pdp Context Preservation675................................................................................................................................................................
Short Message Service Cdrs676................................................................................................................................................................
Npu Fastpath677................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Policy679................................................................................................................................................................
Some Configurable Features For Operator Policies680................................................................................................................................................................
Default Apn681................................................................................................................................................................
Hspa Fallback682................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Enhanced And Licensed683................................................................................................................................................................
How Li Works685................................................................................................................................................................
Session Recovery687................................................................................................................................................................
Sgsn Pooling And Iu-flex / Gb-flex688................................................................................................................................................................
How The Sgsn Works690................................................................................................................................................................
Pdp Context Activation Procedures692................................................................................................................................................................
Network-initiated Pdp Context Activation Process694................................................................................................................................................................
Ms-initiated Detach Procedure695................................................................................................................................................................
Itu Standards699................................................................................................................................................................
Content Filtering Support Overview701................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Platforms And Products703................................................................................................................................................................
Url Blacklisting Support705................................................................................................................................................................
Url Blacklisting Solution Components706................................................................................................................................................................
Web Element Manager (wem)707................................................................................................................................................................
Url Blacklisting Action708................................................................................................................................................................
Category-based Content Filtering Support709................................................................................................................................................................
Ecs And Content Filtering Application710................................................................................................................................................................
Components Of Category-based Content Filtering Solution711................................................................................................................................................................
Category-based Content Filtering Subsystem712................................................................................................................................................................
Static Rating Categorization Database (srdb)713................................................................................................................................................................
Master Content Rating Database Server (mcrdbs)714................................................................................................................................................................
Inpilot716................................................................................................................................................................
How Url Blacklisting And Category-based Content Filtering Work Concurrently720................................................................................................................................................................
Content Filtering Server Group Support721................................................................................................................................................................
External Storage System723................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum System Requirements And Recommendations724................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Requirements On Chassis725................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Charging Service Overview727................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Accounting And Charging Interfaces730................................................................................................................................................................
Licensing732................................................................................................................................................................
Ecs Architecture733................................................................................................................................................................
How Ecs Works734................................................................................................................................................................
Protocol Analyzer Software Stack735................................................................................................................................................................
Rule Definitions736................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Ruledefs And Packet Inspection738................................................................................................................................................................
Charging Ruledefs And The Charging Engine740................................................................................................................................................................
Rulebase741................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Services In Ecs742................................................................................................................................................................
Time And Flow-based Bearer Charging In Ecs743................................................................................................................................................................
Content Filtering Support744................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Readdressing Feature745................................................................................................................................................................
X-header Insertion746................................................................................................................................................................
Limitations To The Header Insertion Feature747................................................................................................................................................................
Post Processing Feature748................................................................................................................................................................
Time-of-day Activation/deactivation Of Rules749................................................................................................................................................................
Url Filtering750................................................................................................................................................................
Ecs Deployment751................................................................................................................................................................
Accounting Interfaces752................................................................................................................................................................
Diameter Accounting And Credit Control753................................................................................................................................................................
Gy Interface Support754................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Ggsn Call Detail Records (g-cdrs)755................................................................................................................................................................
Event Detail Records (edrs)757................................................................................................................................................................
Usage Detail Records (udrs)759................................................................................................................................................................
Charging Record Generation760................................................................................................................................................................
Charging Methods And Interfaces762................................................................................................................................................................
Prepaid Billing In Ecs764................................................................................................................................................................
Credit Control Application (cca) In Ecs765................................................................................................................................................................
Postpaid Billing In Ecs767................................................................................................................................................................
Postpaid Billing In Cdma-2000 Networks769................................................................................................................................................................
System Resource Allocation772................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Support In Ecs773................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-chassis Session Recovery Interoperability774................................................................................................................................................................
Impact On Xdr File Content775................................................................................................................................................................
External Storage System Overview777................................................................................................................................................................
Overview778................................................................................................................................................................
Local, Short-term External Storage System779................................................................................................................................................................
System Requirements781................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum System Recommendations For Cluster Deployment Of L-ess782................................................................................................................................................................
Gtpp Storage Server Overview785................................................................................................................................................................
System Requirements And Recommendations787................................................................................................................................................................
Default Ports For Gss788................................................................................................................................................................
Gss Hardware Sizing And Provisioning Guidelines789................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Multipathing (ipmp) On Gss Server (optional)790................................................................................................................................................................
Features Of The Gss791................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Data File Support794................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Support In Gss795................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Instance Gss796................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Of Disk Partitions797................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Mode Gss Deployment In Gprs/umts Network800................................................................................................................................................................
How The Gss Works802................................................................................................................................................................
Mur Overview803................................................................................................................................................................
Exporting Reports To Other File Formats807................................................................................................................................................................
Mur Architecture808................................................................................................................................................................
Distributed Architecture Of Mur811................................................................................................................................................................
How Rdp Works With Mur812................................................................................................................................................................
Mur Deployment814................................................................................................................................................................
Network Address Translation Overview817................................................................................................................................................................
Nat Feature Overview821................................................................................................................................................................
Nat Realms822................................................................................................................................................................
Nat Ip Pool Groups823................................................................................................................................................................
Nat Ip Address Allocation And Deallocation824................................................................................................................................................................
Nat Ip Address Deallocation825................................................................................................................................................................
Nat Ip Address/port Allocation Failure826................................................................................................................................................................
Nat Binding Records827................................................................................................................................................................
Nat Binding Updates828................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall-and-nat Policy829................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Nat Policy830................................................................................................................................................................
Target-based Nat Configuration831................................................................................................................................................................
Nat Application Level Gateway832................................................................................................................................................................
Udrs833................................................................................................................................................................
Alarms834................................................................................................................................................................
How Nat Works836................................................................................................................................................................
Mobility Management Entity Overview845................................................................................................................................................................
Nas Protocol Support859................................................................................................................................................................
Eps Gtpv2 Support On S11 Interface860................................................................................................................................................................
Session And Quality Of Service Management862................................................................................................................................................................
Hss Support Over S6a Interface863................................................................................................................................................................
Network Entity Management864................................................................................................................................................................
Serving Gateway (s-gw) Selection865................................................................................................................................................................
Tracking Area List Management866................................................................................................................................................................
Overload Management In Mme867................................................................................................................................................................
Nas Signalling Security871................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Licensed Enhanced Feature Software873................................................................................................................................................................
License874................................................................................................................................................................
How Mme Works880................................................................................................................................................................
Paging Procedure881................................................................................................................................................................
User-initiated Subscriber De-registration Setup Procedure883................................................................................................................................................................
Service Request Procedure884................................................................................................................................................................
Network-initiated Service Request Procedure886................................................................................................................................................................
Peer-to-peer Overview891................................................................................................................................................................
P2p Overview894................................................................................................................................................................
P2p Voice Call Duration898................................................................................................................................................................
P2p Protocol Detection Software Versions899................................................................................................................................................................
Loading And Unloading P2p Signature File900................................................................................................................................................................
How P2p Works901................................................................................................................................................................
P2p Session Recovery902................................................................................................................................................................
Skype903................................................................................................................................................................
Jabber904................................................................................................................................................................
Personal Stateful Firewall Overview907................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Against Port Scanning913................................................................................................................................................................
Stateful Packet Inspection And Filtering Support914................................................................................................................................................................
Host Pool Support915................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Thresholding Support916................................................................................................................................................................
How Personal Stateful Firewall Works917................................................................................................................................................................
Mid-session Firewall Policy Update918................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Rules With Stateful Inspection922................................................................................................................................................................
Transport And Network Protocols And States923................................................................................................................................................................
Application-level Traffic And States924................................................................................................................................................................
Web Element Manager Overview927................................................................................................................................................................
Accounting Management929................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Management930................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Features932................................................................................................................................................................
Web Element Manager System Requirements933................................................................................................................................................................
Client Access934................................................................................................................................................................
Wem Architecture935................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Management936................................................................................................................................................................
Wem Process Monitor939................................................................................................................................................................
Script Server940................................................................................................................................................................
Wem Logger941................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications943................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Dimensions944................................................................................................................................................................
Line Cards944................................................................................................................................................................
Weight Specifications946................................................................................................................................................................
Power Specifications947................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting Requirements948................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Specifications950................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber Sfp Interface952................................................................................................................................................................
Mbps Rj-45 Interface953................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Characteristics956................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet 10/100 Line Card Interfaces957................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet 1000 Line Card/quad Gigabit Ethernet Line Card (qglc) Sfps958................................................................................................................................................................
Qglc/1000base-lx Interface959................................................................................................................................................................
Rj-45 Sfp Interface960................................................................................................................................................................
Gigabit Ethernet Line Card (xglc) Sfp961................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber Atm/pos Oc-3 (olc And Olc2) Multi-mode Interface962................................................................................................................................................................
Channelized Line Cards963................................................................................................................................................................
Channelized Line Cards (clc And Clc2) With Multi-mode Interface964................................................................................................................................................................
Safety, Electrical, And Environmental Certifications967................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Warning968................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Certifications969................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Certifications970................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Certifications971................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications973................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Information974................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Air Flow975................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary977................................................................................................................................................................

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Cisco ASR 5000 Series Administration Manual

Cisco ASR 5000 Series Administration Manual (508 pages)

StarOS Release 21.4  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Router | Size: 8.66 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide29................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions Used29................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation30................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Customer Support31................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Overview33................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter34................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology35................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Interfaces36................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa Servers37................................................................................................................................................................
Trusted Builds38................................................................................................................................................................
How The System Selects Contexts39................................................................................................................................................................
Asr 5500 System Administration Guide, Staros Release 21.440................................................................................................................................................................
Context Selection For Subscriber Sessions42................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Configuration Files43................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Address Notation45................................................................................................................................................................
Alphanumeric Strings46................................................................................................................................................................
Quoted Strings48................................................................................................................................................................
Asr 5500 Configuration49................................................................................................................................................................
The Quick Setup Wizard50................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli For Initial Configuration56................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring System Administrative Users58................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The System For Remote Access59................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ssh Options61................................................................................................................................................................
Ssh Host Keys62................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Ssh Encryption Ciphers63................................................................................................................................................................
Generating Ssh Keys64................................................................................................................................................................
Authorizing Ssh User Access65................................................................................................................................................................
Ssh User Login Authentication66................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Session Logout67................................................................................................................................................................
Ssh Client Login To External Servers68................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Preferred Authentication Methods69................................................................................................................................................................
Generating Ssh Client Key Pair70................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Netconf71................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Second Management Interface74................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring System Timing75................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying And Saving Your Clock And Time Zone Configuration76................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ntp Servers With Local Sources77................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Ntp Configuration78................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Sf Boot Configuration Pause79................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cli Confirmation Prompts80................................................................................................................................................................
Requiring Confirmation For Specific Exec Mode Commands81................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Context-level Administrative Users83................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Context-level Administrators84................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Li Administrators85................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Context-level Administrative User Configuration86................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Local-user Administrative Users87................................................................................................................................................................
Updating Local-user Database88................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Lawful Intercept89................................................................................................................................................................
Restricting User Access To A Specified Root Directory90................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Sftp Root Directory91................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tacacs+ For System Administrative Users92................................................................................................................................................................
User Account Requirements93................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tacacs+ Aaa Services94................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tacacs+ For Non-local Vpn Authentication95................................................................................................................................................................
Separating Authentication Methods96................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Tacacs+ Authentication At The Context Level97................................................................................................................................................................
Limit Console Access For Aaa-based Users98................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A New Chassis Key Value99................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Setup Wizard100................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mio/umio/mio2 Port Redundancy Auto-recovery103................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Port Redundancy Auto-recovery104................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Card Configurations105................................................................................................................................................................
Lag And Master Port106................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Switches With L2 Redundancy107................................................................................................................................................................
Preferred Slot108................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Links109................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Options110................................................................................................................................................................
Faster Data Plane Convergence111................................................................................................................................................................
Mio Demux Restrictions113................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration114................................................................................................................................................................
Requesting An Exclusive-lock116................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Of Config Lock On Url Scripts117................................................................................................................................................................
Saving A Configuration File118................................................................................................................................................................
Show Administrators Command119................................................................................................................................................................
Management Settings121................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Orbem Client And Port Parameters122................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Orbem Parameters123................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Support126................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Snmp Parameters127................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Snmp Trap Generation128................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying And Saving Your Configuration129................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronizing File Systems131................................................................................................................................................................
System Interfaces And Ports133................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Verifying Contexts134................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Interface135................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Verifying Port Configuration136................................................................................................................................................................
Vlans137................................................................................................................................................................
System Security139................................................................................................................................................................
Mio Synchronization140................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Password Encryption141................................................................................................................................................................
Support For Icsr Configurations142................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Intercepts143................................................................................................................................................................
User Access To Operating System Shell144................................................................................................................................................................
Exec Mode Cli Test-commands145................................................................................................................................................................
Secure System Configuration File147................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Description148................................................................................................................................................................
Validate The Digital Signature149................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Or Disable Signature Verification150................................................................................................................................................................
Software Management Operations151................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Boot.sys File152................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronizing The File System153................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Files154................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Pre-existing Cli Configuration Files155................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Cli Configuration And Boot.sys Files156................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Boot Stack157................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A New Boot Stack Entry159................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Boot Network160................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Boot Network Delay Time161................................................................................................................................................................
Verify Free Space On The /flash Device162................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Staros Image To /flash163................................................................................................................................................................
Downgrading From Release 20.0164................................................................................................................................................................
Configure A Message Of The Day Banner165................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronize File Systems166................................................................................................................................................................
Verify The Running Software Version167................................................................................................................................................................
New System License Keys168................................................................................................................................................................
Adding License Keys To Configuration Files169................................................................................................................................................................
License Expiration Behavior170................................................................................................................................................................
Management Card Replacement And License Keys171................................................................................................................................................................
Local-user Account Suspensions172................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Licensing173................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Software Licensing174................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Smart Software Manager175................................................................................................................................................................
Software Tags And Entitlement Tags176................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Smart Licensing177................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Troubleshooting Smart Licensing178................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The System181................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Asr 5500 Hardware Status183................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Statistics And Counters185................................................................................................................................................................
Bulk Statistics187................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Communication With The Collection Server188................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Optional Settings189................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Separate Bulkstats Config File190................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Your Configuration191................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Your Configuration192................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Bulk Statistics Counters And Information193................................................................................................................................................................
Data Types194................................................................................................................................................................
Bulk Statistics Event Log Messages196................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Summary And Revision History197................................................................................................................................................................
System Log Types198................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Event Logging Parameters199................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Event Log Filters200................................................................................................................................................................
Global Configuration Mode Filtering202................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Syslog Servers203................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Facilities204................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Trace Logging213................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Logging Configuration And Statistics214................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring And Viewing Crash Logs215................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Software Crash Log Destinations216................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Abridged Crash Log Information Using The Cli217................................................................................................................................................................
Reducing Excessive Event Logging218................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Log Source Thresholds219................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Log Files220................................................................................................................................................................
Event Severities229................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting231................................................................................................................................................................
Licensing Issues232................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Leds On The Mio Card234................................................................................................................................................................
Mio Active Led States235................................................................................................................................................................
Mio Redundancy Led States236................................................................................................................................................................
Mio Busy Led States237................................................................................................................................................................
Mio – Interface Activity Led States238................................................................................................................................................................
Dpc Run/fail Led States239................................................................................................................................................................
Dpc Active Led States240................................................................................................................................................................
Dpc Redundancy Led States241................................................................................................................................................................
Fsc Run/fail Led States242................................................................................................................................................................
Fsc Active Led States243................................................................................................................................................................
Fsc Drive N Activity Led States244................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Leds On The Ssc245................................................................................................................................................................
Ssc Active Led States246................................................................................................................................................................
Ssc Redundancy Led States247................................................................................................................................................................
Ssc System Service Led States248................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Mios249................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating A Dpc250................................................................................................................................................................
Initiate A Card Halt251................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Network Connectivity252................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Traceroute Or Traceroute6 Command253................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Ip Routes254................................................................................................................................................................
Using The System Diagnostic Utilities255................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Protocol Monitor For A Specific Subscriber256................................................................................................................................................................
Generating An Ssd258................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Information261................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Hexdump Module263................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Hexdump File Parameters265................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Or Disabling Hexdump268................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Troubleshooting Pcap Trace269................................................................................................................................................................
Show { Hexdump-module | Cdr } File-space-usage270................................................................................................................................................................
Show Hexdump-module Statistics271................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Boot Cli276................................................................................................................................................................
Enter Cli Mode277................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Using A Specified Configuration File278................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control Lists279................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Acls280................................................................................................................................................................
Rule Order282................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Action And Criteria For Subscriber Traffic283................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Acl Configuration284................................................................................................................................................................
Applying The Acl To An Interface286................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Acl Configuration On An Interface287................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Acl To All Traffic Within A Context288................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Acl To A Radius-based Subscriber289................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Acl To An Individual Subscriber290................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Acl To The Subscriber Named Default291................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Acl Configuration To The Subscriber Named Default292................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Acl To Service-specified Default Subscriber293................................................................................................................................................................
Applying A Single Acl To Multiple Subscribers294................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Acl To Multiple Subscriber Via Apns295................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Acl Configuration To Apns296................................................................................................................................................................
Overview297................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Congestion Control298................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Service Congestion Policies299................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Congestion Control Redirect Overload Policy300................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Policies303................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Ip Prefix Lists304................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Route Maps305................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Static Routes To A Context306................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Version 2 Overview307................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Ospfv2 Configuration308................................................................................................................................................................
Confirming Ospf Configuration Parameters309................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Ospfv6 Over A Specific Interface310................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp-4 Routing311................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Bgp312................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Communities And Extended Communities313................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Community Attribute314................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Extended Community Attribute315................................................................................................................................................................
Configurable Bgp Route Advertisement Interval For Icsr316................................................................................................................................................................
Confirming Bgp Configuration Parameters318................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Bfd Support319................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Bfd Context320................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Bfd For Single Hop321................................................................................................................................................................
Scaling Of Bfd322................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Bfd On Ospf Interfaces323................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Primary Chassis Bfd Monitoring324................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Bfd Multihop Fall-over325................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Routev6 Command326................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration328................................................................................................................................................................
Overlapping Ip Address Pool Support – Ggsn332................................................................................................................................................................
Apn Support – Pdn Gateway (p-gw)333................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Subscriber Vlan Associations334................................................................................................................................................................
Verify The Subscriber Profile Configuration335................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp Mpls Vpns339................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls-ce Connected To Pe340................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Support For Bgp Mpls Vpns343................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Configuration344................................................................................................................................................................
Vpn-related Cli Commands346................................................................................................................................................................
Content Service Steering351................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Internal Content Service Steering352................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Acl To An Individual Subscriber (optional)353................................................................................................................................................................
Session Recovery355................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Asr 5500 Hardware Requirements358................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Session Recovery359................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling The Session Recovery Feature360................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Recovered Session Information361................................................................................................................................................................
Recovery Control Task Statistics362................................................................................................................................................................
Show Rct Stats Command363................................................................................................................................................................
Interchassis Session Recovery365................................................................................................................................................................
Interchassis Communication367................................................................................................................................................................
Show Commands368................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa Monitor369................................................................................................................................................................
Icsr Operation371................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Initialization374................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Icsr375................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Service Redundancy Protocol (srp) Context376................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Srp Context Parameters377................................................................................................................................................................
Srp Redundancy, Aaa And Diameter Guard Timers378................................................................................................................................................................
Dscp Marking Of Srp Messages379................................................................................................................................................................
Allow Non-volte Traffic During Icsr Switchover380................................................................................................................................................................
Allow All Data Traffic382................................................................................................................................................................
Optimization Of Switchover Control Outage Time383................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Nack Generation For Srp Checkpoint Messaging Failures384................................................................................................................................................................
Selective Disabling Of Nack Messaging385................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Srp Configuration386................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Bgp Router And Gateway Address387................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying The Destination Context For Icsr388................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Bgp Configuration In Destination Context389................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Subscriber State Management Audit Process390................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Operating System391................................................................................................................................................................
Both Icsr Systems396................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Icsr System397................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Bgp Checks398................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Configuration File399................................................................................................................................................................
Waiting For Session Synchronization400................................................................................................................................................................
Completing The Software Update401................................................................................................................................................................
Fallback Procedure402................................................................................................................................................................
Support Data Collector403................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Sdr Collection404................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting And Storing The Sdr Information405................................................................................................................................................................
Using Sdrs To Diagnose Problems407................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Commands (global Configuration Mode)408................................................................................................................................................................
Exec Mode Commands409................................................................................................................................................................
Engineering Rules411................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Data Network (pdn) Interface Rules412................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Rules415................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control List (acl) Engineering Rules416................................................................................................................................................................
Staros Tasks417................................................................................................................................................................
Primary Task Subsystems418................................................................................................................................................................
Controllers And Managers419................................................................................................................................................................
Subsystem Tasks420................................................................................................................................................................
High Availability Subsystem421................................................................................................................................................................
Resource Manager Subsystem422................................................................................................................................................................
Network Processing Unit Subsystem424................................................................................................................................................................
Session Subsystem426................................................................................................................................................................
Platform Processes435................................................................................................................................................................
Management Processes438................................................................................................................................................................
Netconf And Confd441................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Confd444................................................................................................................................................................
Netconf Protocol Configuration Mode445................................................................................................................................................................
Netconf Notifications Events446................................................................................................................................................................
Rest Auth-policy447................................................................................................................................................................
Rest Hostname448................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Configuration449................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Confdmgr Confd Cdb456................................................................................................................................................................
Yang Models457................................................................................................................................................................
Confd Examples458................................................................................................................................................................
Bulkstats459................................................................................................................................................................
Exec Cli Model461................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Based Yang Model For Ecs Commands462................................................................................................................................................................
Seeding And Synchronizing The Cdb463................................................................................................................................................................
Cdb Maintenance464................................................................................................................................................................
Save Configuration Confd465................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Checkpointing467................................................................................................................................................................
Ggsn_apn Id Mapping468................................................................................................................................................................
Vpnmgr_id Mapping469................................................................................................................................................................
Uncategorized470................................................................................................................................................................
Dcca Category471................................................................................................................................................................
Sess_uchkpt_cmd_acs_gx_li_info472................................................................................................................................................................
Sess_uchkpt_cmd_del_acs_sess_info473................................................................................................................................................................
Sess_uchkpt_cmd_dynamic_chrg_del_qg_info474................................................................................................................................................................
Sess_uchkpt_cmd_dynamic_rule_info475................................................................................................................................................................
Sess_uchkpt_cmd_update_epdg_peer_addr476................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall/ecs Category477................................................................................................................................................................
Ggsn Category478................................................................................................................................................................
Sess_uchkpt_cmd_ggsn_update_stats479................................................................................................................................................................
Gx Interface Category480................................................................................................................................................................
Sess_uchkpt_cmd_gr_update_nat_realms481................................................................................................................................................................
Sess_uchkpt_cmd_nat_sip_alg_contact_ph_info482................................................................................................................................................................
P-gw Category483................................................................................................................................................................
Sess_uchkpt_cmd_pgw_ubr_mbr_info484................................................................................................................................................................
Sess_uchkpt_cmd_pgw_update_pdn_common_param485................................................................................................................................................................
Sess_uchkpt_cmd_acs_accounting_type_qci_rf_with_fc486................................................................................................................................................................
S6b Interface Category487................................................................................................................................................................
Sess_uchkpt_cmd_cgw_update_bearer_qos488................................................................................................................................................................
Sess_uchkpt_cmd_samog_acct_start_info489................................................................................................................................................................
Sess_uchkpt_cmd_samog_gtpv1_update_pdn_info490................................................................................................................................................................
Sess_uchkpt_cmd_samog_li_prov_info491................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Secure Boot507................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Boot Overview508................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco ASR 5000 Series Installation Manual

Cisco ASR 5000 Series Installation Manual (317 pages)

Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Router | Size: 8.35 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide11................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions Used12................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation13................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Customer Support13................................................................................................................................................................
Asr 5000 Hardware Platform Overview15................................................................................................................................................................
The Asr 5000 Platform16................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Configurations17................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Description21................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Slot Numbering For Half-height Line Cards22................................................................................................................................................................
Midplane Architecture23................................................................................................................................................................
Gbps Switch Fabric24................................................................................................................................................................
Oc-48 Tdm Bus25................................................................................................................................................................
Power Filter Units26................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Tray Assemblies27................................................................................................................................................................
Upper Fan Tray28................................................................................................................................................................
Application Cards29................................................................................................................................................................
Smc Raid Support31................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Processing Cards: Psc2 And Psc332................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Services Card (psc)34................................................................................................................................................................
Line Cards35................................................................................................................................................................
Management Lan Interfaces36................................................................................................................................................................
Bits Timing37................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Crossbar Card (rcc)38................................................................................................................................................................
Fast Ethernet Line Card (flc2)39................................................................................................................................................................
Gigabit Ethernet Line Card (glc2)40................................................................................................................................................................
Quad Gigabit Ethernet Line Card (qglc)42................................................................................................................................................................
Gigabit Ethernet Line Card (xglc)43................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Line Card (olc2)46................................................................................................................................................................
Channelized Line Card (clc2)48................................................................................................................................................................
Card Interlock Switch51................................................................................................................................................................
Card Identifiers52................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Procedure Overview55................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Components56................................................................................................................................................................
Installation At A Glance58................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools And Equipment59................................................................................................................................................................
Site Prerequisites60................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Against Electro-static Discharge61................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Warning63................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Installation65................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment Rack Configuration66................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting Options68................................................................................................................................................................
Unpacking The Asr 5000 Chassis69................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Chassis71................................................................................................................................................................
Flush Mount Installation Of The Chassis74................................................................................................................................................................
Mid-mount Installation Of The Chassis75................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding The Chassis76................................................................................................................................................................
Re-installing Chassis Sub-components79................................................................................................................................................................
Application Card Installation83................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Slot Numbering And Assignments84................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Processing Card Redundancy85................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Minimum Chassis Configuration86................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Application Cards87................................................................................................................................................................
Line Card Installation91................................................................................................................................................................
Line Card Redundancy95................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Commands For Xglc Redundancy96................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Half-height Line Cards98................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The 10 Gigabit Ethernet Line Card (xglc)101................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling The Switch Processor Input/output Line Card105................................................................................................................................................................
Spio Interfaces106................................................................................................................................................................
E1 Bnc Bits Interface Version107................................................................................................................................................................
T1 3-pin Bits Interface Version108................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Management Lan109................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Ethernet Rj-45 Interfaces111................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Serial Console Port113................................................................................................................................................................
Db-9 To Rj-45 Adapter114................................................................................................................................................................
Usb To Db-9 Adapter115................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Console Port116................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To A Bits Timing Source117................................................................................................................................................................
Bits T1 3-pin Interface118................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Co Alarm Interface119................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Characteristics121................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling The Fast Ethernet (10/100) Line Card123................................................................................................................................................................
Flc2 Interfaces124................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling The Gigabit Ethernet Line Cards127................................................................................................................................................................
Rj-45 Sfp Module Detail132................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling The Optical Sfp Interface133................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling The Optical Sfp+ Interface136................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling The Optical (atm) Line Cards137................................................................................................................................................................
Optical (atm) Line Card Interfaces138................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling The Channelized Line Cards141................................................................................................................................................................
Channelized Line Card Interfaces142................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling The Power Filter Units145................................................................................................................................................................
Power Considerations146................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cable Requirements147................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Pfu To The Power Source150................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Power And Verifying The Installation153................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The System Boot Process154................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Power To The Chassis156................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Installation158................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Leds On The Smc(s)159................................................................................................................................................................
Smc Run/fail Led States160................................................................................................................................................................
Smc Active Led States161................................................................................................................................................................
Smc Standby Led States162................................................................................................................................................................
Smc Service Led States163................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Leds On Packet Processing Cards164................................................................................................................................................................
Psca, Psc2, Psc3 And Ppc Run/fail Led States165................................................................................................................................................................
Psca, Psc2, Psc3 And Ppc Active Led States166................................................................................................................................................................
Psca, Psc2, Psc3 And Ppc Card Standby Led States167................................................................................................................................................................
Spio Run/fail Led States168................................................................................................................................................................
Spio Active Led States169................................................................................................................................................................
Spio Interface Link Led States170................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Leds On The Ethernet Line Cards171................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Line Card Active Led States172................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Line Card Interface Link Led States173................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Line Card Activity Led States174................................................................................................................................................................
Optical (atm) Line Card Run/fail Led States175................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Atm Line Card Active Led States176................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Alarm And Link Leds On The Optical (atm/pos Oc-3) Line Card177................................................................................................................................................................
Card-level Leds On The Channelized (stm-1/oc-3) Line Card178................................................................................................................................................................
Channelized Line Card Run/fail Led States179................................................................................................................................................................
Channelized Line Card Active Led States180................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Alarm And Link Leds On The Channelized Line Card 2181................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Leds On The Rcc(s)182................................................................................................................................................................
Rcc Run/fail Led States183................................................................................................................................................................
Rcc Active Led States184................................................................................................................................................................
Completing Initial System Configuration185................................................................................................................................................................
System Monitoring187................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring188................................................................................................................................................................
Periodic Status Checks190................................................................................................................................................................
Counters And Bulkstats191................................................................................................................................................................
Summary Of Maintenance Tasks192................................................................................................................................................................
No Specific Time Frame193................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Application And Line Cards To An Existing Installation195................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Application Cards197................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Half-height Line Cards200................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A 10 Gigabit Ethernet Line Card203................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Installing Smc Pc Cards207................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Pc Cards208................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Pc Cards210................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Chassis Air Filter213................................................................................................................................................................
Determining When An Air Filter Needs Replacing214................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Air Filter215................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Air Filter217................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Power Filter Unit219................................................................................................................................................................
Determining That A Pfu Has Failed220................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Failed Pfu221................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Replacement Pfu224................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do With The Failed Pfu227................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing Upper Or Lower Fan Tray229................................................................................................................................................................
Determining Whether A Fan Tray Needs Replacing230................................................................................................................................................................
Removing An Upper Fan Tray232................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An Upper Fan Tray234................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Lower Fan Tray Assembly235................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Lower Fan Tray Assembly237................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do With The Failed Fan Tray238................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing Application Cards239................................................................................................................................................................
Determining Whether An Application Card Has Failed240................................................................................................................................................................
Using Snmp Traps241................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Application Card242................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Application Card244................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Cf Memory Card On Smcs246................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Compactflash On An Smc247................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do With The Failed Application Card248................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing Line Cards249................................................................................................................................................................
Determining Whether A Line Card Has Failed250................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Line Card252................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Line Card254................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do With The Failed Line Card256................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications257................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Dimensions258................................................................................................................................................................
Weights259................................................................................................................................................................
Power Specifications260................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting Requirements261................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Specifications263................................................................................................................................................................
Spio Card Interfaces264................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber Sfp Interface266................................................................................................................................................................
Central Office Alarm Interface267................................................................................................................................................................
Bits Timing Interface270................................................................................................................................................................
Fast Ethernet Line Card (flc2) Interfaces271................................................................................................................................................................
Base-lx Interface272................................................................................................................................................................
Gigabit Ethernet Line Card (xglc) Sfp273................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber Atm/pos Oc-3 (olc2) Multi-mode Interface274................................................................................................................................................................
Channelized Line Cards275................................................................................................................................................................
Safety, Electrical And Emc Certifications277................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Certifications279................................................................................................................................................................
Electromagnetic Compatibility (emc) Compliance280................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications281................................................................................................................................................................
Operating And Storage Parameters282................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Air Flow283................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Product Support Matrix285................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Processing Cards286................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing A Full-height Line Card Slot291................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction292................................................................................................................................................................
Remove Blanking Panels293................................................................................................................................................................
Remove The Half-height Card Guide294................................................................................................................................................................
Rohs Compliance Statement299................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis300................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Assembly301................................................................................................................................................................
Power Filter Unit (pfu)302................................................................................................................................................................
Full Product303................................................................................................................................................................
Rma Shipping Procedures305................................................................................................................................................................
Rma Overview306................................................................................................................................................................
Sealing The Shipment307................................................................................................................................................................
Packaging Asr 5000 Cards308................................................................................................................................................................
Packaging An Application Card309................................................................................................................................................................
Line Cards (except Xglc)311................................................................................................................................................................
Packaging A Half-height Line Card312................................................................................................................................................................
Gigabit Ethernet Card (xgl)315................................................................................................................................................................

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Cisco ASR 5000 Series Administration Manual

Cisco ASR 5000 Series Administration Manual (234 pages)

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Brand: Cisco | Category: Gateway | Size: 5.6 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide7................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions Used8................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Customer Support10................................................................................................................................................................
Ggsn Support In Gprs/umts Wireless Data Services11................................................................................................................................................................
Product Description12................................................................................................................................................................
Product Specification13................................................................................................................................................................
Licenses13................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Requirements13................................................................................................................................................................
Asr 5000 Platform System Hardware Components13................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Requirements14................................................................................................................................................................
Network Deployment And Interfaces15................................................................................................................................................................
Ggsn In The Gprs/umts Data Network15................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Interfaces16................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Base Software19................................................................................................................................................................
16,000 Sgsn Support20................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa Server Groups20................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control List Support20................................................................................................................................................................
Ansi T1.276 Compliance21................................................................................................................................................................
Apn Support21................................................................................................................................................................
Bulk Statistics Support22................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Tunnel Support23................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Support24................................................................................................................................................................
Dscp Marking25................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Corporate Apn25................................................................................................................................................................
Gtpp Support25................................................................................................................................................................
Host Route Advertisement26................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Policy Forwarding27................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Header Compression - Van Jacobson27................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Support28................................................................................................................................................................
Management System Overview29................................................................................................................................................................
Overlapping Ip Address Pool Support31................................................................................................................................................................
Pdp Context Support32................................................................................................................................................................
Per Apn Configuration To Swap Out Gn To Gi Apn In Cdrs33................................................................................................................................................................
Port Insensitive Rule For Enhanced Charging Service33................................................................................................................................................................
Quality Of Service Support33................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Support34................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Vlan Support35................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Protocol Support36................................................................................................................................................................
Support Of Charging Characteristics Provided By Aaa Server37................................................................................................................................................................
Support Of All Ggsn Generated Causes For Partial G-cdr Closure37................................................................................................................................................................
Threshold Crossing Alerts (tca) Support38................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Optional Enhanced Feature Software39................................................................................................................................................................
Common Gateway Access Support39................................................................................................................................................................
Converged Dsl Support On The Ggsn40................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Radius Extensions (change Of Authorization)40................................................................................................................................................................
Gre Protocol Interface Support41................................................................................................................................................................
Gx Interface Support42................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-chassis Session Recovery43................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Security (ipsec)45................................................................................................................................................................
L2tp Lac Support48................................................................................................................................................................
L2tp Lns Support48................................................................................................................................................................
Lawful Intercept48................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Ip Home And Foreign Agents49................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Ip Nat Traversal50................................................................................................................................................................
Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Services Support51................................................................................................................................................................
Overcharging Protection On Loss Of Coverage51................................................................................................................................................................
Proxy Mobile Ip52................................................................................................................................................................
Session Persistence52................................................................................................................................................................
Session Recovery Support53................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Policing And Rate Limiting54................................................................................................................................................................
Web Element Management System55................................................................................................................................................................
How Ggsn Works57................................................................................................................................................................
Pdp Context Processing57................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Ip Address Assignment58................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Session Call Flows59................................................................................................................................................................
Transparent Session Ip Call Flow60................................................................................................................................................................
Non-transparent Ip Session Call Flow61................................................................................................................................................................
Network-initiated Session Call Flow64................................................................................................................................................................
Ppp Direct Access Call Flow65................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Dialup Access Call Flow67................................................................................................................................................................
Corporate Ip Vpn Connectivity Call Flow69................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Ip Call Flow71................................................................................................................................................................
Proxy Mobile Ip Call Flows74................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Stateless Address Autoconfiguration Flows77................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Standards79................................................................................................................................................................
3gpp References79................................................................................................................................................................
Ietf References80................................................................................................................................................................
Object Management Group (omg) Standards83................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Service Operation85................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology86................................................................................................................................................................
Contexts86................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Interfaces87................................................................................................................................................................
Bindings88................................................................................................................................................................
Services89................................................................................................................................................................
How The System Selects Contexts91................................................................................................................................................................
Context Selection For Subscriber Sessions91................................................................................................................................................................
Ggsn Configuration Example93................................................................................................................................................................
Information Required95................................................................................................................................................................
Source Context Configuration95................................................................................................................................................................
Destination Context Configuration98................................................................................................................................................................
How This Configuration Works103................................................................................................................................................................
Transparent Ip Pdp Context Processing103................................................................................................................................................................
Non-transparent Ip Pdp Context Processing105................................................................................................................................................................
Ppp Pdp Context Processing107................................................................................................................................................................
Network-requested Pdp Context Processing109................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Ip Configuration Examples111................................................................................................................................................................
Example 1: Mobile Ip Support Using The System As A Ggsn/fa112................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa Context Configuration116................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Ip Destination Context Configuration119................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Destination Context Configuration120................................................................................................................................................................
Example 2: Mobile Ip Support Using The System As An Ha124................................................................................................................................................................
Example 3: Ha Using A Single Source Context And Multiple Outsourced Destination Contexts132................................................................................................................................................................
System-level Aaa Configuration139................................................................................................................................................................
Ggsn And Mobile Ip Service In A Single System Configuration Example143143................................................................................................................................................................
Using The System As Both A Ggsn/fa And An Ha144................................................................................................................................................................
Ggsn Service Configuration Procedures159................................................................................................................................................................
Ggsn Service Configuration160................................................................................................................................................................
Ggsn Service Creation And Binding160................................................................................................................................................................
Accounting Context And Charging Characteristics Configuration161................................................................................................................................................................
Sgsn And Plmn Policy Configuration161................................................................................................................................................................
Network-requested Pdp Context Support Configuration162................................................................................................................................................................
Ggsn Configuration Verification162................................................................................................................................................................
Gtpp Accounting Support Configuration165................................................................................................................................................................
Gtpp Group Creation166................................................................................................................................................................
Gtpp Group Configuration166................................................................................................................................................................
Gtpp Group Configuration Verification167................................................................................................................................................................
Apn Configuration169................................................................................................................................................................
Apn Creation And Configuration169................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication, Accounting, And Gtpp Group Configuration In Apn170................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication And Accounting Configuration In Apn170................................................................................................................................................................
Gtpp Group Association To Apn171................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Address Allocation Method Configuration In Apn171................................................................................................................................................................
Charging Characteristics Parameter Configuration In Apn172................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Apn Configuration172................................................................................................................................................................
Other Optional Parameter Configuration In Apn173................................................................................................................................................................
Apn Configuration Verification174................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Service Configuration176................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Service Creation176................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Server Parameter Configuration177................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Service Configuration Verification178................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Address Pool Configuration On The System180................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv4 Pool Creation181................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Pool Creation181................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Pool Configuration Verification182................................................................................................................................................................
Fa Services Configuration184................................................................................................................................................................
Fa Service Creation184................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Interface And Udp Port Binding For Pi Interface185................................................................................................................................................................
Security Parameter Index (spi) Configuration186................................................................................................................................................................
Fa Agent Advertisement Parameter Configuration186................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Registration, Authentication And Timeout Parameter Configuration187................................................................................................................................................................
Revocation Message Configuration188................................................................................................................................................................
Fa Service Configuration Verification188................................................................................................................................................................
Common Gateway Access Support Configuration190................................................................................................................................................................
Diameter Endpoint Configuration190................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa Group Configuration191................................................................................................................................................................
Authorization Over S6b Configuration191................................................................................................................................................................
Dns Client Configuration192................................................................................................................................................................
Duplicate Call Accept Configuration192................................................................................................................................................................
Common Gateway Acces Support Configuration Verification193................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying And Saving Your Configuration195................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Configuration196................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Configuration196................................................................................................................................................................
Service Configuration197................................................................................................................................................................
Context Configuration198................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration198................................................................................................................................................................
Finding Configuration Errors198................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration200................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration On The Chassis201................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Service203................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring System Status And Performance204................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Statistics And Counters208................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting The Service209................................................................................................................................................................
Test Commands210................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Ppp Echo-test Command210................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Gtpc Test Echo Command211................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Gtpu Test Echo Command211................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Gtpv0 Test Echo Command212................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Dhcp Test Command213................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Gtpp Accounting With A Cgf213................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Gtpp Connectivity With A Gss214................................................................................................................................................................
Engineering Rules215................................................................................................................................................................
Apn Engineering Rules216................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Service Engineering Rules217................................................................................................................................................................
Ggsn Engineering Rules218................................................................................................................................................................
Gre Tunnel Interface And Vrf Engineering Rules219................................................................................................................................................................
Gtp Engineering Rules220................................................................................................................................................................
Interface And Port Engineering Rules221................................................................................................................................................................
Pi Interface Rules221................................................................................................................................................................
Fa To Ha Rules221................................................................................................................................................................
Ha To Fa221................................................................................................................................................................
Gre Tunnel Interface Rule222................................................................................................................................................................
Lawful Intercept Engineering Rules223................................................................................................................................................................
Mbms Bearer Service Engineering Rules224................................................................................................................................................................
Service Engineering Rules225................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Engineering Rules226................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile-ip And Proxy-mip Timer Considerations227................................................................................................................................................................
Call Flow Summary228................................................................................................................................................................
Timer Values And Recommendations231................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling The Mobile Ip Lifetime On A Per-domain Basis232................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco ASR 5000 Series Administration Manual

Cisco ASR 5000 Series Administration Manual (121 pages)

Enhanced Charging Services  
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Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide7................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions Used8................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Customer Support9................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Information10................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Charging Service Overview11................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction12................................................................................................................................................................
Qualified Platforms12................................................................................................................................................................
License Requirements12................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Features And Functionality13................................................................................................................................................................
Shallow Packet Inspection13................................................................................................................................................................
Deep Packet Inspection13................................................................................................................................................................
Charging Subsystem13................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Analyzers13................................................................................................................................................................
How Ecs Works14................................................................................................................................................................
Ecs Deployment And Architecture28................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Features And Functionality30................................................................................................................................................................
Session Control In Ecs30................................................................................................................................................................
Service Group Qos Feature30................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Overview32................................................................................................................................................................
Support For Service-based Qos33................................................................................................................................................................
Hierarchical Enforcement Of Qos Parameters34................................................................................................................................................................
Reporting Statistics And Usage To Pcrf35................................................................................................................................................................
Time And Flow-based Bearer Charging In Ecs35................................................................................................................................................................
Content Filtering Support36................................................................................................................................................................
Content Filtering Server Group Support37................................................................................................................................................................
In-line Content Filtering Support37................................................................................................................................................................
Dns Snooping37................................................................................................................................................................
Bulkstatistics Support38................................................................................................................................................................
How It Works38................................................................................................................................................................
Limitations And Dependencies42................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Readdressing42................................................................................................................................................................
Url-based Re-addressing43................................................................................................................................................................
Next-hop Address Configuration44................................................................................................................................................................
Post Processing45................................................................................................................................................................
How The Post-processing Feature Works45................................................................................................................................................................
Tethering Detection46................................................................................................................................................................
Mur Support For Tethering Detection46................................................................................................................................................................
Tethering Detection Databases47................................................................................................................................................................
Loading And Upgrading Tethering Detection Databases47................................................................................................................................................................
Session Recovery Support47................................................................................................................................................................
Time-of-day Activation/deactivation Of Rules47................................................................................................................................................................
How The Time-of-day Activation/deactivation Of Rules Feature Works48................................................................................................................................................................
Transactional Rule Matching48................................................................................................................................................................
Fastpath48................................................................................................................................................................
Support For Websocket Protocol Identification52................................................................................................................................................................
Url Filtering52................................................................................................................................................................
Implementation Of Aes Encryption53................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp Proxy54................................................................................................................................................................
Flow Admission Control55................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp Proxy Behavior And Limitations55................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Disabling Of Tcp Proxy58................................................................................................................................................................
X-header Insertion And Encryption59................................................................................................................................................................
X-header Insertion59................................................................................................................................................................
X-header Encryption60................................................................................................................................................................
Limitations To The Header Insertion And Encryption Features61................................................................................................................................................................
Supported X-headers62................................................................................................................................................................
X-header Enrichment Anti Spoofing63................................................................................................................................................................
Ran Bandwidth Optimization64................................................................................................................................................................
Selective Tft Suppression For Default Bearer64................................................................................................................................................................
Accounting And Charging Interfaces65................................................................................................................................................................
Gtpp Accounting65................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Accounting And Credit Control65................................................................................................................................................................
Diameter Accounting And Credit Control66................................................................................................................................................................
Gx Interface Support66................................................................................................................................................................
Gy Interface Support66................................................................................................................................................................
Event Detail Records (edrs)67................................................................................................................................................................
Usage Detail Records (udrs)69................................................................................................................................................................
Charging Methods And Interfaces69................................................................................................................................................................
Prepaid Credit Control69................................................................................................................................................................
Postpaid69................................................................................................................................................................
Prepaid Billing In Ecs70................................................................................................................................................................
How Ecs Prepaid Billing Works70................................................................................................................................................................
Credit Control Application (cca) In Ecs71................................................................................................................................................................
How Credit Control Application (cca) Works For Prepaid Billing71................................................................................................................................................................
Postpaid Billing In Ecs72................................................................................................................................................................
How Ecs Postpaid Billing Works73................................................................................................................................................................
External Storage System76................................................................................................................................................................
System Resource Allocation77................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Support In Ecs78................................................................................................................................................................
Intra-chassis Session Recovery Interoperability78................................................................................................................................................................
Recovery From Task Failure78................................................................................................................................................................
Recovery From Cpu Or Packet Processing Card Failure78................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-chassis Session Recovery Interoperability78................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-chassis Session Recovery Architecture79................................................................................................................................................................
Session Recovery Improvements79................................................................................................................................................................
Impact On Xdr File Naming79................................................................................................................................................................
Impact On Xdr File Content80................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Charging Service Configuration83................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Configuration84................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The Ecs Administrative User Account84................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Ecs License85................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Enhanced Charging Service85................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Enhanced Charging Service86................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The Enhanced Charging Service86................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rule Definitions87................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Your Configuration87................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Group Of Ruledefs87................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Charging Actions88................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Readdressing88................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Next Hop Address89................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rulebase89................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rulebase Lists90................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Rulebase List In An Apn90................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Edr Formats91................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Udr Formats92................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Charging Record Retrieval92................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Configurations93................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Rulebase For A Subscriber93................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Rulebase Within An Apn94................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Charging Rule Optimization94................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Enhanced Features95................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Prepaid Credit Control Application (cca)95................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Prepaid Cca For Diameter Or Radius96................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Diameter Prepaid Credit Control Application (dcca)98................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radius Prepaid Credit Control Application101................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Redirection Of Subscriber Traffic To Ecs102................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Ecs Acl102................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Acl To An Individual Subscriber102................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Acl To The Subscriber Named Default103................................................................................................................................................................
Applying The Acl To An Apn103................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Gtpp Accounting103................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Dns Snooping Feature104................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Edr/udr Parameters104................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Your Configurations105................................................................................................................................................................
Pushing Edr/udr Files Manually105................................................................................................................................................................
Retrieving Edr And Udr Files106................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Post Processing Feature106................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Service Group Qos Feature107................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tcp Proxy107................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Flow Admission Control108................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tethering Detection Feature108................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Tethering Detection Databases109................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Tethering Detection Feature Configurations109................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Time-of-day Activation/deactivation Of Rules Feature114................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Transactional Rule Matching Feature115................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Flow Aware Packet Acceleration Feature116................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Retransmissions Under Rulebase Or Service Level Cli116................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Websockets116................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Url Filtering Feature117................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring X-header Encryption120................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco ASR 5000 Series Administration Manual

Cisco ASR 5000 Series Administration Manual (117 pages)

Brand: Cisco | Category: Server | Size: 1.55 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide7................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions Used8................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Customer Support10................................................................................................................................................................
Mme In Lte/sae Wireless Data Services11................................................................................................................................................................
Product Description12................................................................................................................................................................
Product Specification15................................................................................................................................................................
Licenses15................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Requirements15................................................................................................................................................................
Platforms15................................................................................................................................................................
System Hardware Components15................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Requirements16................................................................................................................................................................
Network Deployment And Interfaces17................................................................................................................................................................
Mme In The Lte/sae Network17................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Interfaces17................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Base Software20................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Session Management Features20................................................................................................................................................................
Eps Bearer Context Support20................................................................................................................................................................
Nas Protocol Support21................................................................................................................................................................
Eps Gtpv2 Support On S11 Interface21................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Level Session Trace22................................................................................................................................................................
Session And Quality Of Service Management23................................................................................................................................................................
Network Access Control Functions24................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication And Key Agreement (aka)24................................................................................................................................................................
Hss Support Over S6a Interface25................................................................................................................................................................
Network Entity Management25................................................................................................................................................................
Mme Selection26................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Data Network Gateway (p-gw) Selection26................................................................................................................................................................
Serving Gateway (s-gw) Selection26................................................................................................................................................................
3gpp R8 Identity Support27................................................................................................................................................................
Tracking Area List Management27................................................................................................................................................................
Reachability Management28................................................................................................................................................................
Network Operation Management Functions28................................................................................................................................................................
Overload Management In Mme28................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Resource Management Functions29................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Equipment Identity Check29................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Pdn Support29................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Features29................................................................................................................................................................
Management System Overview30................................................................................................................................................................
Bulk Statistics Support31................................................................................................................................................................
Threshold Crossing Alerts (tca) Support32................................................................................................................................................................
Nas Signalling Security33................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Licensed Enhanced Feature Software34................................................................................................................................................................
Session Recovery Support34................................................................................................................................................................
License35................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Support35................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Security (ipsec)36................................................................................................................................................................
Lawful Intercept37................................................................................................................................................................
Mme Inter-chassis Session Recovery38................................................................................................................................................................
Web Element Management System39................................................................................................................................................................
How Mme Works41................................................................................................................................................................
Eps Bearer Context Processing41................................................................................................................................................................
Purge Procedure41................................................................................................................................................................
Paging Procedure42................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Session Processing42................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Registration Setup Procedure42................................................................................................................................................................
User-initiated Subscriber De-registration Setup Procedure44................................................................................................................................................................
Service Request Procedure45................................................................................................................................................................
User-initiated Service Request Procedure45................................................................................................................................................................
Network-initiated Service Request Procedure47................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Standards48................................................................................................................................................................
3gpp References48................................................................................................................................................................
Ietf References48................................................................................................................................................................
Object Management Group (omg) Standards51................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Service Operation53................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology54................................................................................................................................................................
Contexts54................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Interfaces55................................................................................................................................................................
Bindings56................................................................................................................................................................
Services56................................................................................................................................................................
Mme Service Configuration Procedures59................................................................................................................................................................
Information Required To Configure The System As An Mme60................................................................................................................................................................
Required Local Context Configuration Information60................................................................................................................................................................
Required Mme Context Configuration Information61................................................................................................................................................................
Required Egtp Context Configuration Information62................................................................................................................................................................
Required Aaa Context Configuration Information62................................................................................................................................................................
Mme Service Configuration64................................................................................................................................................................
S1-mme Interface Configuration64................................................................................................................................................................
Creating And Binding Mme Service65................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Network Id Parameters65................................................................................................................................................................
Associating Egtp Service And Mme-hss Service66................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Dns Client Service66................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring S-gw And P-gw With Mme67................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Session And Security Parameters For Eps Bearer Contexts68................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Mme Configuration68................................................................................................................................................................
Egtp Service Configuration71................................................................................................................................................................
Creation Of Egtp Service And Other Parameter Configuration71................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Egtp Service Configuration72................................................................................................................................................................
Mme-hss Service Configuration73................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Mme-hss Service73................................................................................................................................................................
Associating Diameter Endpoint With Mme-hss Service74................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Failure Handling Actions On Hss74................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Mme-hss Service Configuration75................................................................................................................................................................
Event Ids For Mme Service77................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying And Saving Your Configuration79................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Configuration80................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Configuration80................................................................................................................................................................
Service Configuration81................................................................................................................................................................
Context Configuration82................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration82................................................................................................................................................................
Finding Configuration Errors82................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration84................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration On The Chassis85................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Service87................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring System Status And Performance88................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Statistics And Counters91................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Subscriber Session Tracing93................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction94................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Functions95................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Networks And Platforms98................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Session Trace Functional Description100................................................................................................................................................................
Operation100................................................................................................................................................................
Trace Session100................................................................................................................................................................
Trace Recording Session100................................................................................................................................................................
Network Element (ne)100................................................................................................................................................................
Activation100................................................................................................................................................................
Management Activation101................................................................................................................................................................
Signaling Activation101................................................................................................................................................................
Start Trigger101................................................................................................................................................................
Deactivation101................................................................................................................................................................
Stop Trigger101................................................................................................................................................................
Data Collection And Reporting101................................................................................................................................................................
Trace Depth102................................................................................................................................................................
Trace Scope102................................................................................................................................................................
Network Element Details102................................................................................................................................................................
Mme102................................................................................................................................................................
S-gw102................................................................................................................................................................
P-gw103................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Session Trace Configuration104................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Subscriber Session Trace On Epc Network Element104................................................................................................................................................................
Trace File Collection Configuration105................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Your Configuration106................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting The Service109................................................................................................................................................................
Test Commands110................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Ppp Echo-test Command110................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Egtpc Test Echo Command111................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Dhcp Test Command111................................................................................................................................................................
Engineering Rules113................................................................................................................................................................
Apn Engineering Rules114................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Service Engineering Rules115................................................................................................................................................................
Lawful Intercept Engineering Rules116................................................................................................................................................................
Service Engineering Rules117................................................................................................................................................................
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Serving Gateway  
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Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide7................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions Used8................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Customer Support10................................................................................................................................................................
Serving Gateway Overview11................................................................................................................................................................
Ehrpd Network Summary12................................................................................................................................................................
Ehrpd Network Components13................................................................................................................................................................
Evolved Access Network (ean)13................................................................................................................................................................
Evolved Packet Control Function (epcf)14................................................................................................................................................................
Hrpd Serving Gateway (hsgw)14................................................................................................................................................................
Sae Network Summary15................................................................................................................................................................
E-utran Epc Network Components16................................................................................................................................................................
Enodeb17................................................................................................................................................................
Mobility Management Entity (mme)17................................................................................................................................................................
Serving Gateway (s-gw)17................................................................................................................................................................
Pdn Gateway (p-gw)18................................................................................................................................................................
Product Description19................................................................................................................................................................
Product Specifications22................................................................................................................................................................
Licenses22................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Requirements22................................................................................................................................................................
Platforms22................................................................................................................................................................
Components22................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Requirements23................................................................................................................................................................
Network Deployment(s)24................................................................................................................................................................
Serving Gateway In The E-utran/epc Network24................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Logical Network Interfaces (reference Points)25................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Base Software29................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Session Management Features29................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Capabilities29................................................................................................................................................................
Lawful Intercept30................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Level Trace30................................................................................................................................................................
Session Recovery Support31................................................................................................................................................................
Quality Of Service Management Features32................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Bearer Management32................................................................................................................................................................
Network Access And Charging Management Features33................................................................................................................................................................
Online/offline Charging33................................................................................................................................................................
Network Operation Management Functions34................................................................................................................................................................
Support Interfaces (reference Points)34................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Pdn Support35................................................................................................................................................................
Congestion Control35................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Access Control Lists36................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Features36................................................................................................................................................................
Management System Overview37................................................................................................................................................................
Bulk Statistics Support38................................................................................................................................................................
Threshold Crossing Alerts (tca) Support39................................................................................................................................................................
Ansi T1.276 Compliance40................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - External Application Support41................................................................................................................................................................
Web Element Management System41................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Optional Enhanced Feature Software43................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Security (ipsec) Encryption43................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Policing And Shaping43................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Traffic Management (vlans)44................................................................................................................................................................
How The Serving Gateway Works45................................................................................................................................................................
Gtp Serving Gateway Call/session Procedures In An Lte-sae Network45................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber-initiated Attach (initial)45................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber-initiated Detach48................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Standards50................................................................................................................................................................
3gpp References50................................................................................................................................................................
3gpp2 References51................................................................................................................................................................
Ietf References51................................................................................................................................................................
Object Management Group (omg) Standards52................................................................................................................................................................
Serving Gateway Configuration53................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The System As A Standalone Egtp S-gw54................................................................................................................................................................
Information Required54................................................................................................................................................................
Required Local Context Configuration Information54................................................................................................................................................................
Required S-gw Ingress Context Configuration Information55................................................................................................................................................................
Required S-gw Egress Context Configuration Information56................................................................................................................................................................
How This Configuration Works57................................................................................................................................................................
Egtp S-gw Configuration59................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Configuration60................................................................................................................................................................
Egtp Configuration63................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying And Saving The Configuration65................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying And Saving Your Configuration67................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Configuration68................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Configuration68................................................................................................................................................................
Service Configuration69................................................................................................................................................................
Context Configuration70................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration70................................................................................................................................................................
Finding Configuration Errors70................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration72................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration On The Chassis73................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Service75................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring System Status And Performance76................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Statistics And Counters78................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Subscriber Session Tracing79................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction80................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Functions81................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Networks And Platforms84................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Session Trace Functional Description86................................................................................................................................................................
Operation86................................................................................................................................................................
Trace Session86................................................................................................................................................................
Trace Recording Session86................................................................................................................................................................
Network Element (ne)86................................................................................................................................................................
Activation86................................................................................................................................................................
Management Activation87................................................................................................................................................................
Signaling Activation87................................................................................................................................................................
Start Trigger87................................................................................................................................................................
Deactivation87................................................................................................................................................................
Stop Trigger87................................................................................................................................................................
Data Collection And Reporting87................................................................................................................................................................
Trace Depth88................................................................................................................................................................
Trace Scope88................................................................................................................................................................
Network Element Details88................................................................................................................................................................
Mme88................................................................................................................................................................
S-gw88................................................................................................................................................................
P-gw89................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Session Trace Configuration90................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Subscriber Session Trace On Epc Network Element90................................................................................................................................................................
Trace File Collection Configuration91................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Your Configuration92................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Configuration Files95................................................................................................................................................................
Standalone Egtp Serving Gateway96................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Sample96................................................................................................................................................................
S-gw Engineering Rules101................................................................................................................................................................
Interface And Port Rules102................................................................................................................................................................
S1-u/s11 Interface Rules102................................................................................................................................................................
S5/s8 Interface Rules102................................................................................................................................................................
Mag To Lma Rules102................................................................................................................................................................
S-gw Service Rules104................................................................................................................................................................
S-gw Subscriber Rules105................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco ASR 5000 Series Administration Manual

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HRPD Serving gateway  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Gateway | Size: 2.46 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide7................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions Used8................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Customer Support10................................................................................................................................................................
Hrpd Serving Gateway Overview11................................................................................................................................................................
Ehrpd Network Summary12................................................................................................................................................................
Ehrpd Network Components13................................................................................................................................................................
Evolved Access Network (ean)13................................................................................................................................................................
Evolved Packet Control Function (epcf)13................................................................................................................................................................
Hrpd Serving Gateway (hsgw)13................................................................................................................................................................
E-utran Epc Network Components14................................................................................................................................................................
Enodeb14................................................................................................................................................................
Mobility Management Entity (mme)14................................................................................................................................................................
Serving Gateway (s-gw)15................................................................................................................................................................
Pdn Gateway (p-gw)15................................................................................................................................................................
Product Description17................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Features18................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication18................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Address Allocation19................................................................................................................................................................
Quality Of Service19................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa, Policy And Charging20................................................................................................................................................................
Product Specifications21................................................................................................................................................................
Licenses21................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Requirements21................................................................................................................................................................
Platforms21................................................................................................................................................................
Components21................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Requirements22................................................................................................................................................................
Network Deployment(s)23................................................................................................................................................................
Hrpd Serving Gateway In An Ehrpd Network23................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Logical Network Interfaces (reference Points)24................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Base Software28................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Session Management Features28................................................................................................................................................................
Proxy Mobile Ipv6 (s2a)28................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Ip Registration Revocation29................................................................................................................................................................
Session Recovery Support29................................................................................................................................................................
Non-optimized Inter-hsgw Session Handover30................................................................................................................................................................
Quality Of Service Management Features30................................................................................................................................................................
Dscp Marking31................................................................................................................................................................
Ue Initiated Dedicated Bearer Resource Establishment31................................................................................................................................................................
Network Access And Charging Management Features32................................................................................................................................................................
Eap Authentication (sta)32................................................................................................................................................................
Rf Diameter Accounting32................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa Server Groups33................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Policy And Charging: Gxa Reference Interface33................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Traffic Control34................................................................................................................................................................
Network Operation Management Functions34................................................................................................................................................................
A10/a1134................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Pdn Support35................................................................................................................................................................
P-gw Selection (discovery)35................................................................................................................................................................
Ppp Vsncp36................................................................................................................................................................
Congestion Control36................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Access Control Lists37................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Features37................................................................................................................................................................
Management System37................................................................................................................................................................
Bulk Statistics Support39................................................................................................................................................................
Threshold Crossing Alerts (tca) Support40................................................................................................................................................................
Ansi T1.276 Compliance41................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - External Application Support42................................................................................................................................................................
Web Element Management System42................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Optional Enhanced Feature Software44................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Header Compression (rohcv1 For Ipv6)44................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Security (ipsec)44................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Policing And Shaping45................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Policing45................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Shaping46................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Traffic Management (vlans)46................................................................................................................................................................
Call/session Procedure Flows47................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Attach With Ipv6/ipv4 Access47................................................................................................................................................................
Pmipv6 Lifetime Extension Without Handover49................................................................................................................................................................
Pdn Connection Release Initiated By Ue50................................................................................................................................................................
Pdn Connection Release Initiated By Hsgw52................................................................................................................................................................
Pdn Connection Release Initiated By P-gw53................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Standards56................................................................................................................................................................
3gpp References56................................................................................................................................................................
3gpp2 References56................................................................................................................................................................
Ietf References57................................................................................................................................................................
Object Management Group (omg) Standards57................................................................................................................................................................
Hsgw Configuration59................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The System To Perform As A Standalone Hsgw60................................................................................................................................................................
Information Required60................................................................................................................................................................
Required Local Context Configuration Information60................................................................................................................................................................
Required Hsgw Context Configuration Information61................................................................................................................................................................
Required Mag Context Configuration Information62................................................................................................................................................................
Required Aaa Context Configuration Information62................................................................................................................................................................
How This Configuration Works64................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration66................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Configuration67................................................................................................................................................................
Hsgw And Mag Service Configuration71................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa And Policy Configuration72................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Header Compression Configuration75................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying And Saving The Configuration76................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying And Saving Your Configuration77................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Configuration78................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Configuration78................................................................................................................................................................
Service Configuration79................................................................................................................................................................
Context Configuration80................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration80................................................................................................................................................................
Finding Configuration Errors80................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration82................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration On The Chassis83................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Service85................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring System Status And Performance86................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Statistics And Counters88................................................................................................................................................................
Hsgw Engineering Rules89................................................................................................................................................................
Interface And Port Rules90................................................................................................................................................................
A10/a11 Interface Rules90................................................................................................................................................................
S2a Interface Rules90................................................................................................................................................................
Mag To Lma Rules90................................................................................................................................................................
Hsgw Service Rules92................................................................................................................................................................
Hsgw Subscriber Rules93................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Configuration Files95................................................................................................................................................................
Standalone Ehrpd Serving Gateway96................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Sample96................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco ASR 5000 Series Installation And Administration Manual

Cisco ASR 5000 Series Installation And Administration Manual (95 pages)

External  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Storage Server | Size: 1.45 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide5................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions Used6................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Customer Support8................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Information9................................................................................................................................................................
External Storage System Overview11................................................................................................................................................................
Overview12................................................................................................................................................................
Local, Short-term External Storage System13................................................................................................................................................................
System Requirements15................................................................................................................................................................
Asr 5000 System Requirements15................................................................................................................................................................
Ess System Requirements15................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum System Recommendations For Stand-alone Deployment Of L-ess15................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum System Recommendations For Cluster Deployment Of L-ess16................................................................................................................................................................
Veritas Cluster Installation And Management17................................................................................................................................................................
L-ess Cluster Functional Description19................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hardware20................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Storage Array24................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Veritas Volume Manager And Veritas Cluster32................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Veritas Cluster37................................................................................................................................................................
Setup Of Rootdisk Encapsulation And Mirroring39................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Veritas Cluster41................................................................................................................................................................
L-ess Cluster Failure Handling43................................................................................................................................................................
L-ess Installation And Configuration45................................................................................................................................................................
L-ess Installation Modes46................................................................................................................................................................
Installing L-ess Application In Stand-alone Mode47................................................................................................................................................................
Installing L-ess Application In Cluster Mode56................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling L-ess Application66................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Psmon Threshold (optional)67................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The L-ess Server69................................................................................................................................................................
L-ess Server Configuration70................................................................................................................................................................
Source And Destination Configuration72................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Stopping L-ess76................................................................................................................................................................
L-ess Maintenance And Troubleshooting77................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Maintenance Utility78................................................................................................................................................................
Using L-ess Logs80................................................................................................................................................................
L-ess Server Scripts81................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Add_project Script81................................................................................................................................................................
Using Fss Scheduler81................................................................................................................................................................
Using Resource Pool Facility81................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Start_serv Script82................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Veritas Cluster To Start L-ess Using Fss Scheduler82................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cleanup Script82................................................................................................................................................................
How The Cleanup Script Works82................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting The L-ess84................................................................................................................................................................
Capturing Server Logs Using Script87................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements87................................................................................................................................................................
Xdr File Push Functionality89................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Hdd90................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Push Functionality91................................................................................................................................................................
Pushing Xdr Files Manually92................................................................................................................................................................
L-ess Directory Structure94................................................................................................................................................................
Log Maintenance95................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco ASR 5000 Series Administration Manual

Cisco ASR 5000 Series Administration Manual (90 pages)

3G Home NodeB Gateway  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Gateway | Size: 2.13 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide5................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions Used6................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Customer Support8................................................................................................................................................................
Hnb Gateway In Umts Network9................................................................................................................................................................
Product Description10................................................................................................................................................................
Hnb Access Network Elements11................................................................................................................................................................
Home Nodeb11................................................................................................................................................................
Security Gateway (segw)12................................................................................................................................................................
Hnb Gateway (hnb-gw)12................................................................................................................................................................
Hnb Management System (hms)12................................................................................................................................................................
Product Specification13................................................................................................................................................................
Licenses13................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Requirements13................................................................................................................................................................
Platforms13................................................................................................................................................................
System Hardware Components13................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Requirements14................................................................................................................................................................
Network Deployment And Interfaces15................................................................................................................................................................
Hnb Gateway In 3g Umts Network15................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Interfaces15................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Base Software17................................................................................................................................................................
Ue Management Function For Pre-rel-8 Ues17................................................................................................................................................................
Ue Management Function For Rel-8 Ues17................................................................................................................................................................
Hnb Management Function18................................................................................................................................................................
Gtp-u Tunnels Management Support18................................................................................................................................................................
Network Access Control Functions Through Segw18................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication And Key Agreement (aka)19................................................................................................................................................................
3gpp Aaa Server Support19................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Features19................................................................................................................................................................
Management System Overview20................................................................................................................................................................
Bulk Statistics Support21................................................................................................................................................................
Threshold Crossing Alerts (tca) Support22................................................................................................................................................................
Ansi T1.276 Compliance23................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality - Licensed Enhanced Feature Software24................................................................................................................................................................
How Hnb-gw Works25................................................................................................................................................................
Hnb Provisioning And Registration Procedure25................................................................................................................................................................
Ue Registration Procedure27................................................................................................................................................................
Ue Registration Procedure Of Non-csg Ues Or Non-csg Hnbs27................................................................................................................................................................
Ue Registration Procedure Of Csg Ues And Csg Or Hybrid Hnbs29................................................................................................................................................................
Iu Connection Procedures31................................................................................................................................................................
Iu Connection Establishment Procedure31................................................................................................................................................................
Network Initiated Iu Connection Release Procedure33................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Standards36................................................................................................................................................................
3gpp References36................................................................................................................................................................
Ietf References36................................................................................................................................................................
Itu-t Recommendations39................................................................................................................................................................
Object Management Group (omg) Standards39................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Service Operation41................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology42................................................................................................................................................................
Contexts42................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Interfaces43................................................................................................................................................................
Bindings44................................................................................................................................................................
Services And Networks44................................................................................................................................................................
Hnb-gw Service Configuration Procedures47................................................................................................................................................................
Information Required To Configure The System As An Hnb-gw48................................................................................................................................................................
Required Local Context Configuration Information48................................................................................................................................................................
Required System-level Configuration Information49................................................................................................................................................................
Required Source Context Configuration Information51................................................................................................................................................................
Required Destination Context Configuration Information53................................................................................................................................................................
Rtp Pool Configuration55................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv4 Rtp Pool Creation Over Iucs55................................................................................................................................................................
Rtp Ip Pool Configuration Verification56................................................................................................................................................................
Hnb Gw Service Configuration58................................................................................................................................................................
Iuh Interface Configuration58................................................................................................................................................................
Ss7 Routing Domain Configuration59................................................................................................................................................................
Sccp Network Instance Configuration60................................................................................................................................................................
Gtp-u Service Configuration60................................................................................................................................................................
Hnb-ps Network Configuration61................................................................................................................................................................
Hnb-cs Network Configuration62................................................................................................................................................................
Hnb-gw Service Configuration62................................................................................................................................................................
Security Gateway And Crypto Map Template Configuration63................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Hnb-gw Configuration64................................................................................................................................................................
Event Ids For Hnb-gw Service67................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying And Saving Your Configuration69................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Configuration70................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Configuration70................................................................................................................................................................
Service Configuration71................................................................................................................................................................
Context Configuration72................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration72................................................................................................................................................................
Finding Configuration Errors72................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration74................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration On The Chassis75................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Service77................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring System Status And Performance78................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Statistics And Counters80................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting The Service81................................................................................................................................................................
Test Commands82................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Gtpu Test Echo Command82................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Gtpv0 Test Echo Command83................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Ipsec Tunnel Test Command83................................................................................................................................................................
Engineering Rules85................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Service Engineering Rules86................................................................................................................................................................
Hnb-gw Engineering Rules87................................................................................................................................................................
Lawful Intercept Engineering Rules88................................................................................................................................................................
Mbms Bearer Service Engineering Rules89................................................................................................................................................................
Service Engineering Rules90................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco ASR 5000 Series Installation And Administration Manual

Cisco ASR 5000 Series Installation And Administration Manual (87 pages)

aggregation services router  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Router | Size: 3.2 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide9................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions Used10................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Customer Support12................................................................................................................................................................
Asr 5000 Hardware Platform Overview13................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Configurations14................................................................................................................................................................
Asr 5000 Chassis Descriptions17................................................................................................................................................................
Slot Numbering17................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Slot Numbering For Half-height Line Cards18................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Slot Numbering With Full-height Line Cards19................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting Options19................................................................................................................................................................
Midplane Architecture19................................................................................................................................................................
320 Gbps Switch Fabric20................................................................................................................................................................
32 Gbps Control Bus21................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Bus21................................................................................................................................................................
280 Gbps Redundancy Bus21................................................................................................................................................................
Oc-48 Tdm Bus23................................................................................................................................................................
Spio Cross-connect Bus23................................................................................................................................................................
Power Filter Units24................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Tray Assemblies26................................................................................................................................................................
Lower Fan Tray26................................................................................................................................................................
Air Filter Assembly27................................................................................................................................................................
Upper Fan Tray27................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Airflow28................................................................................................................................................................
Asr 5000 Application Cards29................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Card29................................................................................................................................................................
Smc Raid Support31................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Processing Cards: Psc, Psc2, And Ppc32................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Services Card (psc) Description33................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Services Card 2 (psc2) Description35................................................................................................................................................................
Interoperability35................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy35................................................................................................................................................................
Power Estimate35................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Process Card 3 (ppc3) Description37................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Processor Card (ppc) Description37................................................................................................................................................................
Asr 5000 Line Cards40................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Processor I/o Card40................................................................................................................................................................
Management Lan Interfaces42................................................................................................................................................................
Console Port42................................................................................................................................................................
Bits Timing43................................................................................................................................................................
Central Office Alarm Interface43................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Crossbar Card43................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet 10/100 Line Card45................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet 1000 (gigabit Ethernet) Line Cards47................................................................................................................................................................
Quad Gigabit Ethernet Line Card48................................................................................................................................................................
10 Gigabit Ethernet Line Card50................................................................................................................................................................
Line Card Installation51................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Line Cards (olc And Olc2)54................................................................................................................................................................
Overview54................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis57................................................................................................................................................................
Channelized Line Cards (clc And Clc2)58................................................................................................................................................................
Channelized Line Card (clc)58................................................................................................................................................................
Channelized Line Card 2 (clc2)58................................................................................................................................................................
Standards Compliance62................................................................................................................................................................
General Application And Line Card Information64................................................................................................................................................................
Card Interlock Switch64................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Procedure Overview65................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Components66................................................................................................................................................................
Installation At A Glance68................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools And Equipment69................................................................................................................................................................
Hand Tools69................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment69................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Against Electro-static Discharge70................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Warning72................................................................................................................................................................
Ics Notice72................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Notice72................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Installation73................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment Rack Configuration74................................................................................................................................................................
Ventilation Considerations74................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Temperature And Humidity75................................................................................................................................................................
Weight Considerations77................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Chassis78................................................................................................................................................................
Reducing The Weight Of The Chassis Prior To Installation78................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Installation Of The Chassis81................................................................................................................................................................
Mid-mount Installation Of The Chassis82................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding The Chassis83................................................................................................................................................................
Re-installing Chassis Sub-components85................................................................................................................................................................
Application Card Installation85................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco ASR 5000 Series Administration Manual

Cisco ASR 5000 Series Administration Manual (71 pages)

Femto Network Gateway  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Gateway | Size: 0.75 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide5................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions Used6................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Customer Support8................................................................................................................................................................
Femto Network Gateway Overview9................................................................................................................................................................
Product Description10................................................................................................................................................................
Summary Of Fng Features And Functions11................................................................................................................................................................
Product Specifications12................................................................................................................................................................
Licenses12................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Requirements12................................................................................................................................................................
Platforms12................................................................................................................................................................
Components12................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Requirements13................................................................................................................................................................
Network Deployment(s) And Interfaces14................................................................................................................................................................
Network Elements14................................................................................................................................................................
Femtocell Access Point14................................................................................................................................................................
Femtocell Management System15................................................................................................................................................................
Femto Network Gateway15................................................................................................................................................................
Femtocell Aaa Server15................................................................................................................................................................
Ims Core Network Elements15................................................................................................................................................................
Pdsn/ha16................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operation16................................................................................................................................................................
Network Interfaces16................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Functionality18................................................................................................................................................................
Fng Service18................................................................................................................................................................
Ikev2 And Ip Security (ipsec) Encryption19................................................................................................................................................................
X.509 Certificate-based Peer Authentication19................................................................................................................................................................
A12 Aggregation20................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Support20................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa Server Group Selection21................................................................................................................................................................
Fap Id-based Duplicate Session Detection21................................................................................................................................................................
Tunnel Cleanup On Fap Reboot21................................................................................................................................................................
Child Sa Rekey Support21................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Child Sas22................................................................................................................................................................
Dos Protection Cookie Challenge22................................................................................................................................................................
Ikev2 Keep-alive Messages (dead Peer Detection)22................................................................................................................................................................
Dscp Marking23................................................................................................................................................................
Custom Dns Handling23................................................................................................................................................................
Session Recovery Support23................................................................................................................................................................
Congestion Control24................................................................................................................................................................
Bulk Statistics24................................................................................................................................................................
Threshold Crossing Alerts25................................................................................................................................................................
How The Fng Works27................................................................................................................................................................
Ipsec Tunnel Establishment27................................................................................................................................................................
Ipsec Tunnel Establishment With Eap-aka Authentication28................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Standards33................................................................................................................................................................
3gpp2 References33................................................................................................................................................................
Ietf References33................................................................................................................................................................
Femto Network Gateway Configuration35................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The System To Perform As A Femto Network Gateway36................................................................................................................................................................
Required Information36................................................................................................................................................................
Required Local Context Configuration Information36................................................................................................................................................................
Required Fng Context Configuration Information37................................................................................................................................................................
Required Fng Service Configuration Information38................................................................................................................................................................
Required Egress Context Configuration Information38................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Configuration40................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying The Local Context40................................................................................................................................................................
Fng Context Configuration41................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The Fng Context41................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The Aaa Group42................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The Eap Profile43................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Ikev2 Transform Sets43................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Ipsec Transform Sets44................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The Crypto Template44................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The Fng Service45................................................................................................................................................................
Egress Context Configuration46................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The Egress Context46................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Configuration46................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying And Saving The Configuration47................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Optional Features48................................................................................................................................................................
A12 Aggregation Configuration48................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Child Sas And Dscp Marking Configuration49................................................................................................................................................................
Fap Id-based Duplicate Session Detection Configuration50................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying And Saving Your Configuration51................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Configuration52................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Configuration52................................................................................................................................................................
Service Configuration53................................................................................................................................................................
Context Configuration54................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration54................................................................................................................................................................
Finding Configuration Errors54................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration56................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration On The Chassis57................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Fng Service59................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring System Status And Performance60................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Statistics And Counters62................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Femto Network Gateway Configuration File63................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Fng Configuration64................................................................................................................................................................
Femto Network Gateway Engineering Rules69................................................................................................................................................................
Ikev2/ipsec Restrictions70................................................................................................................................................................

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