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sce 1010 Users not moving away from default package

Does anyone know how to force users into a package. I have created three new packages for anonymous groups of IPs. Some IPs have moved, but there are a large number who are still in the default package and are not getting the correct policies applied.

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Re: sce 1010 Users not moving away from default package

Have you created the anonymous group mappings in the SCE on the command line using the command:

'subscriber anonymous-group name group_name IP-range 1.1.1.0/24 template 2'

where the #2 after template corresponds to the package id you've made using the SCABB console.

If so, you can try this command to remove an old mapping and hopefully it will get remapped correctly(where 1.1.1.1 is the IP address of the user who is being mapped to the wrong group):

SCE1010-101#>configure

SCE1010-101(config)#>interface LineCard 0

SCE1010-101(config if)#>no subscriber mapping included-in IP-range 1.1.1.1

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Re: sce 1010 Users not moving away from default package

I have tried this. It is only a random selection of users that are not mapped correctly

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