2 years ago



218 OAMP strategies and

218 OAMP strategies and fundamentalsThese controls enable specification of subscriber password length andcomplexity for each domain and are defined as part of apassword policy. A system can have many password policies defined.There are two reserved password policies defined in the system:• Default is assigned to new domains as they are added to the system (ifno other password policy is specified). The administrator can modifythe default policy.• Existing supports policy enforcement after a software upgrade to anexisting system. The Existing password policy associates a loosepassword policy to any domain subjected to a software upgrade. Theadministrator cannot modify the existing policy.User passwords are bound by the password policy associated with theirdomain. This feature provides enforcement of the following:• a minimum password length that must be between 4 and 10 characterslong• a minimum of 0 to 10 numerical characters that must be present in thepassword• a minimum of 0 to 10 non-numerical characters that must be present inthe password. The following are valid non-numerical characters:– capital and lower case characters A through Z, (specifically ASCIIcodes: 0x41h through 0x5Ah, and 0x61h through 0x7Ah).– special characters ! ampersand ( ) ' - . , ? @ ^ _• whether or not a user will be forced to change their password whenthey access Personal Agent the first time after an account has beencreated for themA new type of password policy called Provider Managed Clients (PMC)Password Policy is required at system level that does not have InitialPassword Reset field as opposed to the existing password policy, whichrequires initial password reset. The PMC password policy of a domain canbe one of the PMC password policies defined at system level. This policy isused for Provider Managed Clients passwords. For more information, seethe following procedures:Password policy and domainsThe privileges of the administrator controls the list of domains.A password policy is not enforceable on subscribers until it is associatedwith a domain. Once a password policy is associated with a domain, allsubscribers in that domain will have to conform to that password policy.Once you have created a password policy, you can either select the policyduring the creation of a domain or update a domain and select the policy touse.15 August 2014 EXPERiUS Application Server NN48111-111 09.02Copyright © 2010-2014 GENBAND. All Rights Reserved.

Provisioning fundamentals 219Changing a password policy domain associationIt is possible to explicitly identify a password policy association whencreating a new domain. An administrator can change the password policyof a domain through the domain modification process. If a password policyis not selected for existing domains it will be given the default passwordpolicy.Validating a password policy when a subscriber moves between domainsIf a subscriber is moved from one domain to another domain, thesubscriber's password will not be verified against the new domain'spassword policy at the time of the move, but will be validated forconformance during any subsequent attempt to access the Personal Agent(by the subscriber) or any subsequent data change attempted on thesubscriber account by an administrator.The password policy prevents subscribers from maintaining passwordsthat do not conform to the password policy associated with the domain inwhich they are assigned. (They can actually have a noncompliantpassword for a while.) They can keep their passwords as long as they donot log on to their Personal Agent account. If they log on to their PersonalAgent with a nonconforming password, they will be directed to thepassword change page and will not be allowed to do anything on PersonalAgent before changing their password.AttentionWhen a password policy that is already in use by domains is modified, it iseffective only for new users and also when existing users modify their password.The modification does not affect existing users' passwords when users log in onany client. The modification affects existing users when they next try to changetheir password.Validating a subscriber passwordA subscriber password is only validated against the password policy whena subscriber attempts to access the Personal Agent or when anadministrator attempts to change subscriber data. When one of theseactions occurs, the subscriber's password is verified for conformance to thecurrent password policy associated with the domain.Location managementThis section describes how to manage the location of the users. Thesection covers the following topics:• “Create a domain default location” (page 220)• “Add, modify, or delete a location” (page 220)• “Associate a user with a location” (page 220)15 August 2014 Product Description NN48111-111 09.02Copyright © 2010-2014 GENBAND. All Rights Reserved.

ITS enables network operator differentiation through value-added ...
Nexus8620 Brochure - EN4TEL
A Seamless Migration from WiMAX to LTE Using ... - Sonus Networks
Investigations Involving the Internet and Computer Networks
ř Pricing Information Corporate Fixed Voice - O2
NII LBS Network Initiated Developer Guide - NII Developer Program
Nokia Mobile VPN Web-based configuration for Symbian devices
Lalcode service For Bangladesh
Annual Report 2065/066 - Nepal Telecom
Feature Overview - Wiki
The Dotcom Boom, 10 Years After - Wired
Demystifying DNS - OpenMPE
Engineers' Guide to Multicore & Virtualization - Subscribe