Introduced : BIG-IP_v11.4.0
A struct that describes a SessionDB entry and related statistics.
Member Type Description
subscriber_id String The unique identifier for the subscriber that this entry is based on.
session_ip String The session IP address for which this entry is based on. If one is specified, the IP address is in either IPv4 or IPv6 format.
route_domain long The id of the route domain for this entry.
subscriber_type SessionDBSubscriberType Specifies dynamic or static subscriber.
provisioned boolean Specifies whether the subscriber is provisioned or not.
subscriber_id_type String The type of the subscriber ID. There are the following subscriber IP types: “E164”, “IMSI”, “NAI”, “Private”, etc.
calling_station_id String The type of mobility, for example, subscriber MSDIN.
called_station_id String This attribute is used to store the bridge or Access Point MAC address in ASCII format (upper case only), with octet values separated by a “-“. Example: “00-10-A4-23-19-C0”.
username String The name identification, name@domain.
tower_id String The cell tower where subscriber information goes through.
imsi String International Mobile Subscriber Identity. A globally unique code number that identifies a GSM, UMTS, or LTE mobile phone user.
imeisv String International Mobile Station Equipment Identity. A globally unique code number that identifies a GSM, UMTS, LTE or iDEN mobile phones.
policy_information PolicyInformation [] One session can has one or more policies. This specifies the policy informations i.e. policy names and the corresponding policy types.
statistics Statistic []  

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