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APN Configuration Mode Commands

The Access Point Name (APN) Configuration Mode is used to create and configure APN profiles within thecurrent system context of an UMTS/LTE service.

Command Modes Exec > Global Configuration > Context Configuration > APN Configuration

configure > context context_name > apn apn_name

Entering the above command sequence results in the following prompt:

[context_name]host_name(config-apn)#

The commands or keywords/variables that are available are dependent on platform type, product version,and installed license(s).

Important

aaa, page 5

access-link, page 7

accounting-mode, page 8

active-charging bandwidth-policy, page 11

active-charging link-monitor tcp, page 12

active-charging radio-congestion, page 14

active-charging rulebase, page 15

active-charging rulebase-list, page 16

apn-ambr, page 17

associate accounting-policy, page 19

associate qci-qos-mapping, page 20

authentication, page 21

authorize-with-hss, page 26

bearer-control-mode, page 27

Command Line Interface Reference, Modes A - B, StarOS Release 21.4 1

backoff timer-value, page 29

bearer-duration-stats, page 30

cc-home, page 31

cc-profile, page 32

cc-roaming, page 34

cc-sgsn, page 36

cc-visiting, page 38

content-filtering category, page 40

credit-control-client, page 41

credit-control-group, page 42

daf-pdp-type, page 44

data-tunnel mtu, page 46

data-tunneling ignore df-bit, page 47

dcca origin endpoint, page 48

dcca peer-select, page 48

delay-tolerant-pdn, page 49

description, page 50

dhcp context-name, page 51

dhcp lease-expiration-policy, page 52

dhcp service-name, page 53

dhcpv6 context-name, page 54

dhcpv6 service-name, page 55

dns, page 56

egtp, page 57

egtpc-qci-stats, page 59

ehrpd-access, page 60

emergency-apn, page 61

end, page 62

exit, page 62

firewall policy, page 63

fw-and-nat policy, page 64

gsm-qos negotiate, page 65

gtpp group, page 67

Command Line Interface Reference, Modes A - B, StarOS Release 21.42

APN Configuration Mode Commands

gtpp secondary-group, page 69

idle-timeout-activity, page 71

ignore-alt-config, page 72

ikev2 tsr, page 73

ims-auth-service, page 74

ip access-group, page 75

ip address alloc-method, page 76

ip address pool, page 81

ip address pool-exhaust-action, page 82

ip context-name, page 83

ip header-compression, page 84

ip hide-service-address, page 85

ip local-address, page 86

ip multicast discard, page 87

ip qos-dscp, page 88

ip source-violation, page 91

ip user-datagram-tos copy, page 92

ipv6 access-group, page 93

ipv6 address alloc-method, page 95

ipv6 address delegate-prefix-pool, page 96

ipv6 address prefix-delegation-len, page 97

ipv6 address pool-exhaust-action, page 97

ipv6 dns, page 98

ipv6 egress-address-filtering, page 100

ipv6 initial-router-advt, page 101

l3-to-l2-tunnel address-policy, page 102

loadbalance-tunnel-peers, page 103

long-duration-action detection, page 104

long-duration-action disconnection, page 105

mbms bmsc-profile, page 106

mbms bearer timeout, page 107

mbms ue timeout, page 109

mediation-device, page 110

Command Line Interface Reference, Modes A - B, StarOS Release 21.4 3

APN Configuration Mode Commands

mobile-ip home-agent, page 112

mobile-ip min-reg-lifetime-override, page 113

mobile-ip mn-aaa-removal-indication, page 114

mobile-ip mn-ha-hash-algorithm, page 115

mobile-ip mn-ha-shared-key, page 116

mobile-ip mn-ha-spi, page 117

mobile-ip required, page 118

mobile-ip reverse-tunnel, page 118

nai-construction, page 119

nbns, page 121

network-behind-mobile, page 122

nexthop-forwarding-address, page 123

npu qos, page 124

outbound, page 125

paging-policy-differentiation, page 126

p-cscf, page 128

pco-options, page 129

pdn-behavior, page 131

pdn validate-post-switchover, page 132

pdp-type, page 133

permission, page 134

pgw fqdn, page 135

policy, page 137

ppp, page 138

proxy-mip, page 140

qci, page 141

qos negotiate-limit, page 143

qos rate-limit, page 145

qos-renegotiate, page 148

qos traffic-police, page 148

radius, page 148

radius group, page 148

radius returned-framed-ip-address, page 148

Command Line Interface Reference, Modes A - B, StarOS Release 21.44

APN Configuration Mode Commands

radius returned-username, page 150

radius rulebase-format, page 151

reporting-action, page 152

restriction-value, page 153

secondary ip pool, page 155

selection-mode, page 156

stats-profile, page 157

timeout, page 158

timeout bearer-inactivity, page 160

timeout emergency-inactivity, page 163

timeout idle, page 164

timeout idle micro-checkpoint-deemed-idle, page 165

timeout idle micro-checkpoint-periodicity, page 167

timeout long-duration, page 168

tpo policy, page 169

tunnel address-policy, page 169

tunnel gre, page 171

tunnel ipip, page 172

tunnel ipsec, page 173

tunnel l2tp, page 174

tunnel udpip, page 177

virtual-apn gdcr, page 178

virtual-apn preference, page 179

aaaThis command configures Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) functionality at the AccessPoint Name (APN) level.

Product GGSN

P-GW

SAEGW

Privilege Security Administrator, Administrator

Command Line Interface Reference, Modes A - B, StarOS Release 21.4 5

APN Configuration Mode Commandsaaa

Command Modes Exec > Global Configuration > Context Configuration > APN Configuration

configure > context context_name > apn apn_name

Entering the above command sequence results in the following prompt:

[context_name]host_name(config-apn)#

Syntax Description aaa { group aaa_group_name | secondary-group aaa_group_name }default aaa { group | secondary-group aaa_group_name }no aaa { group aaa_group_name | secondary-group }

no aaa

Disables the specified AAA group for the specific APN.

no aaa { group | secondary-group }

group: Uses the default AAA group.

secondary-group: Removes the secondary AAA group from the APN's configuration.

default aaa { group | secondary-group }

Configures the default setting for the specified parameter.

group: Uses the default AAA groupthe one specified at the context level or in the APN template.

secondary-group: Removes the secondary AAA group from the APN configuration.

aaa_group_name

Specifies the AAA server group for the APN.

aaa_group_name must be an alphanumeric string of 1 through 63 characters.

secondary-group aaa_group_name

Specifies the secondary AAA server group for the APN.

aaa_group_name must be an alphanumeric string of 1 through 63 characters.

Usage Guidelines Use this command to configure AAA functionality at the APN level.

Instead of having a single list of servers per context, this feature configures multiple server groups within acontext and applies individual server group for APNs in that context. Each server group consists of a list ofAAA servers for each AAA function (accounting, authentication, charging, etc.).

The AAA secondary server group supports the RADIUS Fire-and-Forget feature in conjunction with GGSNfor secondary accounting (with different RADIUS accounting group configuration) to the RADIUS serverswithout expecting acknowledgment from the server, in addition to standard RADIUS accounting. This

Command Line Interface Reference, Modes A - B, StarOS Release 21.46

APN Configuration Mode Commandsaaa

secondary accounting will be an exact copy of all the standard RADIUS accounting message (RADIUS Start/ Interim / Stop) sent to the standard AAA RADIUS server.

If the sameAAA group is configured with both the aaa group aaa_group_name and the aaa secondary-groupaaa_group_name commands, then this configuration will have no effect and secondary accounting will nothappen.

The AAA secondary server group configuration takes effect only when used with APN accounting-mode setto radius-diameter (or) with mediation-acct enabled. The RADIUS accounting triggers for both standardRADIUS accounting and secondary accounting will be taken from the AAA group configured with the aaagroup aaa_group_name command. On the fly change of this configuration is not supported. Any change tothe configuration will have effect only for new calls.

Example

The following command applies the AAA server group star1 to an APN within the specific context:aaa group star1

access-linkConfigures IP fragmentation processing over the Access-link (PPP, GTP etc.).

Product GGSN

P-GW

SAEGW

Privilege Security Administrator, Administrator

Command Modes Exec > Global Configuration > Context Configuration >

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