Product Documentation

ns diameter

Sep 12, 2016

The following operations can be performed on "ns diameter":

set ns diameter

Set the diameter configuration on NS.

Synopsys

set ns diameter [-identity <string>] [-realm <string>] [-serverClosePropagation ( YES | NO )]

Arguments

identity

DiameterIdentity to be used by NS. DiameterIdentity is used to identify a Diameter node uniquely. Before setting up diameter configuration, Netscaler (as a Diameter node) MUST be assigned a unique DiameterIdentity.

example =>

set ns diameter -identity netscaler.com

Now whenever Netscaler system needs to use identity in diameter messages. It will use 'netscaler.com' as Origin-Host AVP as defined in RFC3588

realm

Diameter Realm to be used by NS.

example =>

set ns diameter -realm com

Now whenever Netscaler system needs to use realm in diameter messages. It will use 'com' as Origin-Realm AVP as defined in RFC3588

serverClosePropagation

when a Server connection goes down, whether to close the corresponding client connection if there were requests pending on the server.

Possible values: YES, NO

Default value: NO

unset ns diameter

Use this command to remove ns diameter settings.Refer to the set ns diameter command for meanings of the arguments.

Synopsys

unset ns diameter -serverClosePropagation

show ns diameter

Displays the diameter parameters configured on the NetScaler appliance.

Synopsys

show ns diameter

Outputs

identity

DiameterIdentity to be used by NS. DiameterIdentity is used to identify a Diameter node uniquely. Before setting up diameter configuration, Netscaler (as a Diameter node) MUST be assigned a unique DiameterIdentity.

example =>

set ns diameter -identity netscaler.com

Now whenever Netscaler system needs to use identity in diameter messages. It will use 'netscaler.com' as Origin-Host AVP as defined in RFC3588

realm

Diameter Realm to be used by NS.

example =>

set ns diameter -realm com

Now whenever Netscaler system needs to use realm in diameter messages. It will use 'com' as Origin-Realm AVP as defined in RFC3588

serverClosePropagation

when a Server connection goes down, whether to close the corresponding client connection if there were requests pending on the server.