SubSessionType

class ydk.models.cisco_ios_xe.CISCO_SUBSCRIBER_SESSION_TC_MIB.SubSessionType

SubSessionType (Enum Class)

An enumerated integer-value describing the type of subscriber

session. This value has the intent of refining the interface

type assigned to a subscriber session. The interface type

assigned to a subscriber session groups those types of

subscriber sessions with similar interface semantics.

A PPP subscriber session consists of a PPP connection

(RFC-1661)

and has an interface type of ‘ppp’. The following subscriber

types refine PPP subscriber sessions:

‘pppSubscriber’

A PPP connection initiated over a circuit (e.g., an

ISDN

line or ATM VC) using the LCP (RFC-1661).

‘pppoeSubscriber’

A PPP connection over Ethernet (RFC-2516), initiated

by a PADI (PPPoE Active Discovery Initiation) packet.

‘l2tpSubscriber’

A PPP connection over an L2TP tunnel (RFC-2661),

initiated by an Incoming-Call-Request control message.

‘l2fSubscriber’

A PPP connection over an L2F tunnel (RFC-2341),

initiated by a L2F_OPEN message with a non-zero MID.

An IP subscriber session consists of the routed traffic

associated with a subscriber IP address having an interface

type of ‘ipSubscriber’. Routed traffic describes IP traffic

that transits at least one router. If a subscriber’s IP

address

is not unique to the system, further distinguishing

characteristics, such as VRF or MAC address, form part of the

subscriber’s identity. The following subscriber types refine

IP

subscriber sessions:

‘ipInterfaceSubscriber’

An IP subcriber session provisioned by the system’s

configuration which consists of all traffic received by

the interface to which the provisioning applies.

‘ipPktSubscriber’

An IP subscriber session initiated by the receipt of

the

first packet received with an unclassified source IP

address.

‘ipDhcpv4Subscriber’

An IP subscriber session initiated by the receipt of a

DHCPv4 DISCOVER packet (RFC-2131).

‘ipRadiusSubscriber’

An IP subscriber session initiated by the receipt of a

RADIUS Access-Request packet (RFC-2865).

An L2 subscriber session consists of the non-routed traffic

associated with a subscriber IP address having an interface

type of ‘l2Subscriber’. Non-routed traffic describes IP

traffic

that doesn’t transit a router, meaning that the subscriber must

be directly connected to the system or have a connection

through

an L2 access network (e.g., bridges, switches, and tunnels).

The

following subscriber types refine L2 subscriber sessions:

‘l2MacPacketSubscriber’

An L2 subscriber session initiated by the receipt of

the

first layer 2 packet with an unclassified source MAC

address.

‘l2Dhcpv4Subscriber’

An L2 subscriber session initiated by the receipt of a

DHCPv4 DISCOVER packet (RFC-2131).

‘l2RadiusSucriber’

An L2 subscriber session initiated by the receipt of a

RADIUS Access-Request packet (RFC-2865).

The system should assign the value ‘other’ to any subscriber

session not recognized by the implementation of a MIB module

using this textual convention.

The value ‘all’ represents a special value used to indicate all

subscriber session types. For example, a scope of aggregation

that includes all subscriber session types uses this value to

indicate this fact.

all = 1
other = 2
pppSubscriber = 3
pppoeSubscriber = 4
l2tpSubscriber = 5
l2fSubscriber = 6
ipInterfaceSubscriber = 7
ipPktSubscriber = 8
ipDhcpv4Subscriber = 9
ipRadiusSubscriber = 10
l2MacSubscriber = 11
l2Dhcpv4Subscriber = 12
l2RadiusSubscriber = 13