SCE 8000 spam mitigation and subscriber notification
could you help me with misunderstanding of sce based subscriber spam notification?
I'm trying to implement the scheme where subscriber should be notified for the spam activity only once. So I set options like on pictures below, but my test subscriber blocked permanently. I even tryed to wait about a day, but without success. Obviosly if I drop subscriber session manually it will help, but it's doesn't seems as proper solution.
According to "Cisco Service Control Service Security: Outgoing Spam Mitigation Solution Guide", a subscriber doesn't considered as spamer after certain timeout of spam inactivity, I tryed to wait about a day, but without success.
So whether feature don't work or I do it wrong, so could you explain me please, how I should implement notifying subscriber only once till next spam accident?
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