This preface describes
Guide, how it is organized and its document conventions.
Content Filtering (CF)
is a StarOS™ in-line service application that runs on Cisco® ASR 5000 platform.
CF enables operators
to filter and control the content that an individual subscriber can access, so
that subscribers are inadvertently not exposed to universally unacceptable
content and/or content inappropriate as per the subscribers’ preferences. This
service is available for 3GPP and 3GPP2 networks to filter HTTP and WAP
requests from mobile subscribers based on the URLs in the requests.
The following tables
describe the conventions used throughout this documentation.
||Provides information about important features or instructions.
||Alerts you of potential damage to a program, device, or system.
||Alerts you of potential personal injury or fatality. May also
alert you of potential electrical hazards.
represented as a
typeface represents displays that appear on your terminal screen, for example:
typeface represents commands that you enter, for example:
show ip access-list
document always gives the full form of a command in lowercase letters. Commands
are not case sensitive.
represented as a
typeface represents a variable that is part of a command, for example:
slot_number is a variable representing the desired
chassis slot number.
represented as menu or sub-menu names
typeface represents menus and sub-menus that you access within a software
application, for example:
File menu, then click
Documents and Resources
common documents are available:
- AAA Interface Administration and Reference
- Command Line Interface Reference
- GTPP Interface Administration and Reference
- Installation Guide
- Release Change Reference
- SNMP MIB Reference
- Statistics and Counters Reference
- System Administration
Guide (platform dependant)
- Thresholding Configuration Guide
up-to-date information for this product is available in the product Release
Notes provided with each product release.
product documents are also available and work in conjunction with CF:
- GGSN Administration Guide
- HA Administration Guide
- PDSN Administration Guide
- P-GW Administration Guide
The most current
Cisco documentation is available on the following website:
following path selections to access the CF documentation:
Wireless > Mobile Internet > In-Line Services > Cisco Content
information in this section to contact customer support.
Refer to the
support area of
http://www.cisco.com for up-to-date product
documentation or to submit a service request. A valid username and password are
required to access this site. Please contact your Cisco sales or service
representative for additional information.