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How to assign a couple of IPSPs to the same Local AS

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How to assign a couple of IPSPs to the same Local AS

  • Hello Team,

    Could you please help me to assign a couple of SNSLI objects (IPSPs) to the same Local AS ?

    I do want to have 1 Local AS, 1 Remote AS and 2 IPSPs which are assigned to them.

    Is it possible ? But unfortunately it doesn't work for me.

    I thought that SNALI command can accept 2 SNLINKs or 2 SNALI commands would be fine or something similar.

    Nothing had helped so I had to configure a separate Local AS (LAS=2) for a new IPSP (SNLINK=2).

    Working configuration:

    CNSYS:IPADDR=10.0.213.185;

    SNAPI:LAS=1,OPC=102;

    SNAPI:LAS=2,OPC=102;

    SNSLI:SNLINK=1,HIPADDR=10.0.213.185,HPORT=2905,IPADDR=10.0.212.116,PPORT=2905,SNTYPE=M3UA,SNEND=C;

    SNSLI:SNLINK=2,HIPADDR=10.0.213.185,HPORT=2905,IPADDR=10.0.214.41,PPORT=2905,SNTYPE=M3UA,SNEND=C;

    SNRAI:RAS=1,DPC=101;

    SNALI:SNAL=1,RAS=1,SNLINK=1;

    SNALI:SNAL=2,RAS=1,SNLINK=2;

    Non-working configuration (config.txt applying is failed):

    SNALI:SNAL=1,RAS=1,SNLINK=1;

    SNALI:SNAL=1,RAS=1,SNLINK=2;

    Is it a constraint that user has to configure a separate Local AS for a new IPSP ?

    I would appreciate if you clarified this DSI configuration question.

    Thanks for your help in advance,

    Alex

  • Hi,

    Please kindly ignore the next topic:

    www.dialogic.com/.../13865.aspx

    Need to assign a couple of IPSPs to the same Local AS

    In fact I opened 2 topics as thought that had failed to create the first one.

    When it comes to the current topic (#13866) then basically I just want to get a confirmation from you that the things work in the described way I mean that it is normal and expected to configure a separate Local AS for every IPSP (or SNLINK).

    Thanks in advance,

    Alex