An LSN Pool
is a group of addresses and ports to be used as
translation addresses by a virtual server's clients. If one of those clients sends a PCP
request (for example, to map the client's private IP address to a particular translation
address), the LSN pool's PCP profile determines the ranges and limits allowed for the
You assign a PCP profile to an LSN pool in the pool's configuration screen.
You also designate the IP address and/or DS-Lite tunnel to which the virtual server's
clients can send their PCP requests.
On the Main tab, click
The LSN Pool List screen opens.
Select an LSN pool from the list.
The configuration screen for the pool opens.
LSN pool configuration screen
From the PCP Profile list, select a pre-created PCP
If you have not yet created a customized profile, you can use the default PCP
The other two PCP-related settings become active.
LSN pool configuration screen: PCP fields
address or a DS-Lite tunnel where the virtual server's clients can send their
PCP requests. You can use either field:
The virtual server's clients can send PCP requests to the self-IP
address or through the DS-Lite tunnel you selected.
- Use the PCP Server IP list to select one of the
addresses on the system, or
- Use the PCP DS-LITE Tunnel Name - IPv6 list to
select an existing DS-Lite tunnel
After you perform this task, any virtual server with this LSN pool can support PCP.
The virtual server's clients can send PCP MAP requests to the address or tunnel you
No client can use this PCP configuration unless the LSN pool is assigned to at
least one virtual server. Go to LSN
Pool column. Confirm that at least one virtual server uses this LSN
for a list of servers. Look for the LSN pool's name in the