Using DBS you can set the ATM permanent virtual circuit (PVC) traffic-shaping parameters to be dynamically changed based on
the RADIUS profile of a PPPoE or PPPoA user logging in on the PVC. If the user is the first user on a given PVC, the RADIUS
profile values override the default values of the PVC. If users already exist on the PVC, the new value overrides the existing
configuration only if it is higher than the existing value. If multiple PPPoE sessions are allowed on a subscriber VC, the
highest peak cell rate (PCR) and sustainable cell rate (SCR) of all the sessions are selected as the PCR and SCR, respectively,
of the VC.
You can apply DBS QoS parameters per user as well as per domain. If you apply DBS QoS parameters under a domain profile, all
users in that profile are assigned the same DBS QoS parameters. These parameters are assigned to the RADIUS profile for that
domain. You can also apply distinctive DBS QoS parameters via the RADIUS user profile.
Traffic-shaping parameters can be locally configured by Cisco IOS command-line interface (CLI) in VC-mode, VC-class, range
mode, or PVC-in-range mode. These parameters have a lower priority and are overridden by the shaping parameters specified
in the domain service profile. Traffic-shaping parameters that are CLI-configured at the VC class interface or subinterface
level are treated as the default QoS parameters for the PVCs to which they apply. These parameters are overridden by the domain
service profile QoS parameters of the domain the user is logged in to. If no VC class is configured, the default is the unspecified
bit rate (UBR).
When a network access server (NAS) sends a domain authorization request and receives an affirmative response from the RADIUS
server, this response may include a "QoS-management" string via vendor-specific attribute (VSA) 26 for QoS management in the
NAS. The QoS management values are configured as part of the domain service profile attributes on the RADIUS server. These
values contain PCR and SCR values for a particular user or domain. If the QoS specified for a domain or user cannot be applied
on the PVC to which the session belongs, the session is not established.
Changing PVC traffic parameters because of new simultaneous PPPoE sessions on the PVC does not cause existing PPPoE sessions
that are already established to disconnect. Changing domain service profile QoS parameters on the RADIUS server does not cause
traffic parameters to automatically change for PVCs that have existing sessions.
When you enter the dbs enable or no dbs enable command to configure or unconfigure DBS, existing sessions are not disconnected. If you have a session that has been configured
for DBS and you configure the no dbs enable command on a VC, additional sessions that are configured will display DBS-configured QoS values until the first new session
is up. After the first session is brought up, the VC has default and locally configured values. If you configure the dbs enable command after multiple sessions are already up on the VC, all sessions on that VC have DBS QoS parameters.