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Oracle® Communications Service Broker Modules Configuration Guide
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27 Setting Up R-IM-OFCF RADIUS

This chapter describes how to set up an R-IM-OFCF RADIUS interworking module.


The process of R-IM-OFCF RADIUS setup requires the following:

  1. Adding an R-IM-OFCF RADIUS to your Oracle Communications Service Broker deployment. You can add as many modules of type R-IM-OFCF RADIUS as you need. See "Adding an R-IM-OFCF RADIUS to the Service Broker Deployment" for more information.

  2. Configuring the R-IM-OFCF RADIUS. See "Configuring an R-IM-OFCF RADIUS" for more information.

Adding an R-IM-OFCF RADIUS to the Service Broker Deployment


  1. In the domain navigation pane, expand the OCSB node.

  2. Expand the Processing Tier node.

  3. Expand the Interworking Modules node.

  4. Select IM Management.

  5. On the bottom of the IM Management pane, click New.

  6. In the New window, fill out the fields as follows:

    • In the Type list, select RIMOFCFRADIUS.

    • In the Version list, select the required version.

    • In the Name field, enter a name for this module as it should appear in the list of modules. In this field, you can only use lower case letters (a-z), upper case letters (A-Z), numbers (0-9), and underscores (_). If you attempt to use a character which is not allowed, Service Broker displays the error message and prompts you to enter a different name.

  7. Click OK.

  8. In the notification window that reminds you to commit the changes, click OK.

  9. To add the new R-IM-OFCF RADIUS to your deployment, in the Change Center pane, click Commit.

    A new module of type R-IM-OFCF RADIUS is now added to your Service Broker deployment. The new module is displayed in the domain navigation pane under the Interworking Modules node.

Configuring an R-IM-OFCF RADIUS

To configure an R-IM-OFCF RADIUS:

  1. In the Change Center, click Lock & Edit.

  2. In the domain navigation pane, under the Interworking Modules node, select the newly added R-IM-OFCF RADIUS.

    The R-IM-OFCF RADIUS configuration screen contains the tabs described in Table 27-1.

    Table 27-1 R-IM-OFCF Radius Configuration Tabs

    Subtab Description

    Call Handling

    Enables you to define how R-IM-OFCF Radius handles calls.

    See "Configuring Call Handling Parameters" for more information.


    Enables you to define how Runtime MBeans and notifications should operate.

    See "Configuring Monitoring Parameters" for more information.

Configuring Call Handling Parameters

The Call Handling subtab enables you to define how R-IM-OFCF Radius handles calls.

Table 27-2 describes configuration parameters on the Call Handling tab.

Table 27-2 R-IM-OFCF Radius Call Handling Parameters

Name Type Description

Default Session Type


Specifies how R-IM-OFCF Radius marks new sessions internally.

Possible values:

  • Orig

    Stands for an outgoing call

  • Term

    Stands for an incoming call

Default value: orig

Operation Mode


Specifies the operation mode of the Radius server.

Default value: STATELESS

AS Reaction Timer Interval Millis


Specifies the time, in milliseconds, that R-IM-OFCF Radius waits for a response from a billing application

Result Code Value For Undefined Error


Specifies the value that R-IM-OFCF Radius sets in an ACA Result-Code AVP when receiving an internal SAL error

Accounting Realtime Required


Specifies the value that R-IM-OFCF Radius sets in an ACA Accounting-Realtime-Required AVP, when the ACA contains a failure result code, and this AVP is not already set

Possible values:

  • NONE




Default value: NONE

Configuring Monitoring Parameters

The Monitoring tab enables you to define how Runtime MBeans and notifications operate for an R-IM-OFCF Radius. For more information about configuring monitoring, see "Configuring Service Broker Monitoring" in "Monitoring Service Broker Using Runtime MBeans" in Oracle Communications Service Broker System Administrator's Guide.