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Global configuration: set qual-alt-address-format to Yes.
Global configuration: enable qual-alt-address-format

Revision as of 12:46, 13 December 2010


Ikano DSL provisioning and qualifications requires installation of Net::Ikano and then configuration of the exports, services, DSL pull cron job, packages, and config option for qualifications.

Global configuration: enable qual-alt-address-format


Create an ikano export - most fields are obvious on the export add page, except:

Export Host - not used, may be set to anything

Check Networks - comma separated list of telco networks to check (refer to Ikano API doc or web interface if you're not sure what these are). Only set this to the telcos you use. Ikano qualifications are slow. Adding extra telco networks to check will result in a performance impact when making each qualification. This field can look similar to "ATT,ATTTAS,VERTAS,VER".

Debug Mode - generates A LOT of output in the logs - turn it off for production


Create a new svc_dsl and attach your export. No other DSL-pulling/qualifying exports may be attached to this service.

Configure the service similarly to the following screenshot:

DSL pull cron job

freeside-pull-dsl must be run via a cron job as often as needed to update all monitored DSL orders


Create one-to-one mappings between each Ikano package you wish to use and each Freeside package as follows: 1. In Ikano's web interface, under Subscription Manager, find each package you wish to use and set its "Unique ID" field to a string which is unique across all packages you'll be setting up 2. Either edit or add a new Freeside package with at least one Ikano svc_dsl service (see above), and set "Vendor Package Id" beside the Ikano export (see above) to the "Unique ID" from Ikano