This command allows
you to specify the local-policy rule within ECS for enabling trigger condition.
Exec > ACS
Configuration > ACS Trigger Condition Configuration
Entering the above
command sequence results in the following prompt:
[ no ] local-policy-rule = local_policy_rule
configured, deletes the specified configuration.
This keyword allows
operators to suppress the throttling when the subscriber is in a particular LAC
or TAC location and hits the specified local-policy rule. The local-policy-rule
contains either a list, range, or index of LAC and/or TAC entries.
local-policy rule name.
local_policy_rule must be an existing local-policy
rule within the service scheme expressed as an alphanumeric string of 1 through
Use this command to
specify the local-policy rule within ECS for enabling trigger condition. This
CLI command is introduced in support of the Location based QoS Override
To enable this
feature for the subscriber, both local-policy and service-scheme framework must
be configured. For redundancy support, the corresponding ICSR configuration
must also be present.
framework helps in overriding feature behavior specific to a subscriber or a
set of subscribers. The user can update the policies specific to subscribers
based on pre-configured events. For more information on the service-scheme
framework, see the
requires the license to configure local-policy. For more information on the
licensing requirements, contact Cisco account representative.
provides ECS, the list of rules to activate and the list of rules to delete. In
case, the rule to be activated is already installed, ECS ignores this rule.
Similarly if the rule to be deleted was not installed, ECS ignores this rule as
well. The trigger action will be applied only to a subset of traffic that
matches the criteria defined under trigger condition.
For more information
on this feature, see the
command defines the local-policy rule as zone1.
local-policy-rule = zone1