This command enables
the setting of event rules. An event is something that occurs in the system
which would trigger a set of actions to take place, such as new-call or
Exec > Global
Configuration > Local Policy Service Configuration > Local Policy
configure > local-policy-service
Entering the above
command sequence results in the following prompt:
rule priority priority [ event list_of_events ] ruledef ruledef_name actiondef actiondef_name [ continue ]
no rule priority priority
Specifies a priority
for the specified rule.
priority must be unique and an integer from 1 to
The event is defined
by any of the following events. Upon triggering the event, the rules specified
in the eventbase are executed.
apn-ambr-mod-failure: This event is triggered as a
result of a APN AMBR Modification failure.
def-eps-bearer-qos-mod-failure: This event is
triggered as a result of a Default EPS bearer QoS Modification failure.
default-qos-change: This event is triggered as a
result of a default QoS change.
fallback: This event is triggered as a result of
fallback from PCRF.
location-change: This event is triggered as a
result of any change relating to location.
new-call: This event is initiated when a new call
out-of-credit: This event is initiated on out of
realloc-of-credit: This event is initiated on OCS
reallocation of credit.
request-qos: This event is initiated as the result
of UE requested QoS.
rule-report-status: This event is initiated as the
result of rule report status provided to PCRF.
service-flow: This event is triggered as a result
of a new service flow being detected for the subscriber.
tai-change: This event is triggered as a
result of any change relating to TAI. This event trigger is added as part of
Location Based QoS Override feature. For more information on this feature, see
ECS Administration Guide.
timer-expiry: This event is triggered as a result
of the expiry of Local Policy Timer.
Associates the rule
with a specific ruledef.
ruledef_name must be an existing ruledef within
this local QoS policy service.
Associates the rule
with a specific actiondef.
actiondef_name must be an existing actiondef
within this local QoS policy service expressed as an alphanumeric string of 1
through 63 characters.
are also matched; otherwise, rule evaluation is terminated on first match.
no rule priority
Use this command
to create, configure, or delete event rules.
The rules are
executed in priority order, and if the rule is matched the action specified in
the actiondef is executed. If an event qualifier is associated with a rule, the
rule is matched only for that specific event. If a qualifier of
present at the end of the rule, the subsequent rules are also matched;
otherwise, rule evaluation is terminated on first match.
This command can
be entered multiple times to configure multiple rules for an eventbase.
A maximum of 256
rules are suggested in an eventbase for performance reasons.
command creates a rule with priority set to
rule priority 2 ruledef rule5 actiondef action7