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IPSA Interface Management (Doc ID 1268094.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 09, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Communications IP Service Activator - Version 7.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 20-Dec-2012***

Purpose

IPSA 5.2 contains extended interface management functions that allow for creation, configuration and deletion of interfaces and sub-interfaces on supported device types. Such entities, known as “configurable” interfaces and sub-interfaces, have their lifecycle controlled by IPSA and can be used in any IPSA services just like a manually created and/or pre-existing interface or sub-interface.

There are two levels of interface management – creation and decoration.

Interface creation, as the name suggests, gives complete lifecycle control to IPSA. IPSA creates the entity, configures it, uses it in various services, and ultimately, deletes it, based on the user’s needs.

Interface decoration mode sees IPSA tasked with only managing the configuration of an interface and not its creation or deletion. This is the interface-specific configuration that is not part of a service that is applied to that interface.

Scope

Interface management functions are available on devices managed by Network Processor cartridges that support the Configuration Policies required to provide the implementation.

Details

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Setup and Management
 Policy Type Objects
 Interface Policy Registration Objects
 Creation Capabilities
 Controller Discovery
 GUI Usage
 Available Selections per Context
 Creating an Interface or Sub-interface
 Configuring a Controller, Interface or Sub-interface
 Viewing Interface Management Parameters
 Modifying Decoration
 Removal and Deletion
 OIM Usage
 Objects of Interest
 Creating an Interface or Sub-interface
 Decorating a Controller, Interface or Sub-interface
 Modifying Managed Interface Parameters
 Deleting Managed Interface or Sub-interface

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