CDRouter Support

uspAgentPath

testvar version 11.1

Value Type

word

Default Value

/agent-path

Description

This parameter specifies the MTP-specific resource used by the USP Agent to receive USP records. The value of this testvar should be derived from the value of the uspControllerMTP testvar as follows:

  • If MTP is coap, uspAgentPath should be set to the value of the “Uri-Path” CoAP option used by the USP Agent to receive USP records. For example, if the USP Agent’s coap URI is coap://6.0.0.2:5683/path/to/agent, then uspAgentPath should be set to /path/to/agent. See [RFC 7252] Section 5.10.1 for details on the “Uri-Path” option.

  • If MTP is websocket, uspAgentPath should be set to the value of the “path-abempty” component in the http/https URI or the “path” component in the ws/wss URI used by the USP Agent to receive USP records. For example, if the USP Agent’s http URI is http://6.0.0.2:80/path/to/agent, then uspAgentPath should be set to /path/to/agent. See [RFC 7230] Sections 2.7.1 and 2.7.2 for details on the “path-abempty” component of http/https URI’s and [RFC 6455] Section 3 for details on the “path” component of ws/wss URI’s.

  • If MTP is stomp, uspAgentPath should be the value of the “destination” header in SUBSCRIBE messages sent by the USP Agent in order to receive USP records. For example, if the STOMP destination used by the USP Agent is /path/to/agent, then uspAgentPath should be set to /path/to/agent. See the STOMP Protocol Specification, version 1.2 for details on STOMP subscriptions and destinations.

This testvar was added in CDRouter 11.0

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