When you are confident that the
installation and configuration tasks are complete and processing properly, try
running a small amount of test traffic, following it through the system. Here
are three ways to ascertain correct process of access from a subscriber
You only need
the freeware version (not the soapUI Pro).
Right click on
Projects and select
soapUIProject from the drop-down list.
project and enter into
WSDL/WADL the appropriate WSDL URL (you may have to replace the IP
in display with your own IP) and select
Figure 2. New
In the tree,
Demo > SubscriberBinding > GetSubscriber > Request
1 as shown in the following figure:
Figure 3. Request 1 Node
current.. to edit the end point. Enter the appropriate IP.
Figure 4. Request 1 XML File
In the XML file:
<typ:networkId>?</typ:networkId> with the
appropriate credential or network ID.
Figure 5. Request 1 XML
Click the green
Figure 6. Request 1 XML File
resulting XML output. Pay special attention to the relevant subscriber
Figure 7. XML
Testing for ISG
Functionality and Connectivity with test aaa Scripts
The four scripts described here
test ISG functionality and connectivity.
Connect to the ISG with your
username and password.
cisco as the password to the
From here, use the four
test aaa scripts to verify the correct ISG
functionality and connectivity. No IP addresses or any other arguments are
test aaa group QNS_AAA PBHK_SERVICE servicecisco legacytest aaa group QNS_AAA L4REDIRECT_SERVICE servicecisco legacytest aaa group QNS_AAA OPENGARDEN_SERVICE servicecisco legacytest aaa group QNS_AAA BroadHop BroadHop legacy
If functioning correctly, each script returns the following
Attempting authentication test to server-group QNS_AAA usingradiusUser was successfully authenticated.