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CLI-based Configuration Guide - Security

AR100, AR120, AR150, AR160, AR200, AR1200, AR2200, AR3200, and AR3600 V200R010

This document provides the basic concepts, configuration procedures, and configuration examples in different application scenarios of the network management feature supported by the device.
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Summary of DAA Configuration Tasks

Summary of DAA Configuration Tasks

Table 2-1 lists DAA configuration tasks.

Table 2-1  DAA configuration tasks

Scenario

Description

Task

The device performs accounting for users when the users access specified destination addresses.

The administrator wants to charge the users who access the specified destination networks due to some reasons. You can configure traffic identification rules so that the device can identify the traffic going to the specified destination networks and collect statistics on the traffic. Then the device sends the collected statistics to the accounting server. The destination-based accounting is implemented.

  1. Configuring Traffic Identification Rules
  2. Configuring the Tariff Level
  3. Configuring Traffic-based Accounting

The device performs accounting for users when the users access external networks.

On a network where users need to pay for the network access service, for example, a campus network, the Internet service provider (ISP) does not charge the users when they access the internal network resources, while charges the users when they access the external network resources.

The administrator knows all the internal network segments, but it is difficult to predict the external network segments the users want to access. Therefore, the device cannot accurately collect traffic statistics on the external network segments. To address this issue, you can configure the traffic identification rule that separates the traffic going to internal and external network segments. The device does not collect statistics on the internal network segments, and sends statistics on all the traffic, except the traffic going to internal network segments, to the accounting server. By using this method, the device performs accounting for users when they access external networks while does not perform accounting for users when they access internal networks.

  1. Configuring Traffic Identification Rules
  2. Configuring the Tariff Level
  3. Configuring Traffic-based Accounting
  4. Run the statistic enable (AAA domain view) command in the AAA domain view to enable traffic statistics collection for domain users. The device then collects statistics on all the traffic except the traffic corresponding to the specified tariff level.
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Updated: 2019-05-20

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