Configures the IPMS
server address and ports on which the IPMS client on an IPMS-enabled
AGW communicates. This is the IP address and port range of the IPMS
Exec > Global Configuration
> Context Configuration > IPMS Configuration
configure > context context_name > ipms
Entering the above
command sequence results in the following prompt:
server address ip_address [ seconary ] [ start-port start_port [ end-port end_port ]][ secondary ]
no server address ip_address
Removes the configured
IPMS server IP address and port range from this context.
Specifies the IP address
of the IPMS server to which the IPMS client service communicates
in IPv4 dotted-decimal notation.
A maximum of 4 IPMS
severs can be configured with this command in one context.
[ start-port start_port [ end-port end_port ]]
Default: 45001 source
45005 end port
Specifies the range
of UDP ports on which IPMS client communicates with the IPMS server.
start-port start_port : Specifies
starting port number as an integer from 1 through 65535 that is
less than end_port ,
if end-port is specified.
end-port end_port :
Specifies is the end port number as an integer from 1 through 65535
that is more than start_port .
The secondary keyword
is used to configure the specified server address as secondary IP address
on the IPMS client interface.
Use this command to
configure/remove the IPMS servers. Up to 4 different IPMS
servers can be configured with this command. UDP port number can
also be configured with this command. IPMS client will search for
this IP address to push the event and traffic logs.
The following command
configures IPMS server having IP address 10.2.3.4 in
the IPMS client service export the event and traffic logs for intelligent
packet monitoring functionality. It also specifies the UDP port
range from 48000 to 48005 for
server address 10.2.3.4 start-port 48000 end-port 48005