To use this command, you must
be in a user group associated with a task group that includes appropriate task
IDs. If the user group assignment is preventing you from using a command,
contact your AAA administrator for assistance.
In Cisco IOS XR software release 4.2.1, both the IPoE and PPPoE sessions are retained idle, when the idle timeout period expires. In Cisco IOS XR software release 4.2.3, only the IPoE sessions are terminated when the idle timeout period expires. Whereas, the PPPoE sessions are retained idle. From Cisco IOS XR software release 5.1.0 and later, both IPoE and PPPoE sessions are terminated on the expiry of the idle timeout period.
If packets sent or received by BNG, in the configured threshold interval is less than that threshold value, then that particular session is considered idle. For instance, if the threshold is configured as 2 packets/minute, and, if the number of packets received in every 2 minutes is only less than 2 (either 0 or 1), then that particular session is considered as idle. Whereas, if the number of packets received is 2 or above, then that session is considered as active.
By default, the sessions are disconnected if the threshold is not configured.