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REVISION HISTORY

Document Name:

SmartCell 6A000/ZX-250Reference Manual

Document Order Number:

Order # 9032400

Document Part Number:

Part # 04-0044-02Rev. A

Author: Bruce Jordan

Editor: Carre Gibson

Date

Revision

Description

 

 

 

October 1997

A

Initial release

 

 

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1

Introduction

1-1

Audience and Scope

1-1

Definitions

 

1-1

Content

 

1-1

Sections

 

1-2

Conventions

1-2

Abbreviations

1-3

Help Options

1-4

Other Reference Options

1-4

Switch Attribute

1-5

List of Commands and Possible Switch Attributes

1-9

2

Console Commands

2-1

Alarm

 

2-1

AlarmConfig

2-6

AlarmVerbose

2-9

BUSClient

 

2-10

BUSELAN

2-12

BUSLECStat

2-16

BUSStat

 

2-18

CACParams

2-20

CACStat

 

2-22

Client

 

2-24

ClientARP

 

2-28

ClientStat

 

2-30

ClientVC

 

2-35

Community

2-37

Config

 

2-39

ELAN

 

2-41

Exit

 

2-45

Firmware

 

2-46

History

 

2-48

IISPRoute

 

2-49

ILMIAdminStatus

2-52

IPAddress

 

2-54

IPATMARP

2-56

IPATMClient

2-57

IPATMPVC

2-61

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Table of Contents

IPATMStat

2-64

LANEClient

2-66

LECS

2-68

LECSAddress

2-70

LECSELAN

2-72

LECSELANLEC

2-75

LECSStat

2-78

LECSTLVParam

2-81

LECSTLVSet

2-83

LECSVCC

2-88

LES

2-90

LESARP

2-91

LESClient

2-92

LESELAN

2-94

LESLECStat

2-98

LESStat

2-100

Log

2-103

LogAlarmMask

2-104

LogBuffer

2-106

LogBufferSize

2-108

LogPrint

2-109

LogTrace

2-111

MyNMAddr

2-124

NetPrefix

2-126

Passwd

2-128

Ping

2-129

PortAutoDetect

2-130

PortConfig

2-132

PortMode

2-137

PortStat

2-140

PortTrafficCongestion

2-143

Privilege

2-145

Prompt

2-147

PVC

2-148

PVCByID

2-157

Reboot

2-159

Route

2-161

Rows

2-163

SARStat

2-164

Shutdown

2-167

SigConfig

2-168

SigFlags

2-171

SigStat

2-172

SSCOPConfig

2-175

SVC

2-177

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Switch

 

2-182

SwitchConfig

2-184

SwitchName

2-188

SwitchTrafficCongestion

2-189

TrafficDescriptor

2-197

TrustedNMS

2-199

UNIRoute

 

2-201

VCCMask

 

2-204

WellKnownAddress

2-206

3

Boot Load Commands

3-1

Accessing the Boot Load Commands

3-2

chpi

 

3-3

clfs

 

3-4

dcfg

 

3-5

df

 

3-6

go

 

3-7

he

 

3-8

ponf

 

3-9

A

Acronyms

A-1

B

Cause Codes

B-1

C

Technical Support

C-1

Telephone Assistance

C-1

FAX Service

C-1

Electronic Services

C-1

Placing A Support Call

C-1

Hardware Warranty

C-2

Software Warranty

C-2

Repair Services

C-2

 

Index

I-1

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LIST OF TABLES

1-1 List of Operators

1-5

1-2 Operator Table Explanation

1-6

1-3

Parameter Table Explanation

1-7

1-4

Description Table Explanation

1-8

1-5

Description Table Example

1-8

2-1 Filter Flags

2-113

2-2 Software Modules for LogTrace

2-116

2-3 Software Submodules for LogTrace

2-117

2-4

Traffic Descriptor Defining Entry Combinations

2-194

B-1 Cause code values and meanings

B-1

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1 INTRODUCTION

This reference manual describes the console commands for the SmartCell 6A000 and SmartCell ZX-250ATM switches. The two switches share a common console interface and are referred to in this manual as the SmartCell6A000/ZX-250.

Audience and Scope

The manual is intended for network administrators and others responsible for maintaining the SmartCell 6A000/ZX-250.You do not need to read the manual from start to finish. You can use it to study the console commands you use.

Definitions

The manual is organized alphabetically by switch attribute.

The definition of a switch attribute is a function that manipulates the switch in a specific way. For example, buselan.

The definition of an operator is the active verb that makes the switch attribute perform a specific task. For example, show.

The definition of a command is the combination of an operator plus a switch attribute. For example, show buselan.

Content

Chapter 2, "SmartCell 6A000/ZX-250Commands," gives definitions, descriptions, and examples of all available commands on the SmartCell 6A000 and SmartCellZX-250switches.

Chapter 3, “Boot Load Commands” gives definitions, descriptions, and examples of the low-levelboot load commands.

Appendix A, "Acronyms," spells out the ATM acronyms used in this manual as well as those found in the SmartCell 6A000 User Guide, SmartCell ZX-250User Guide, and SmartCell ZX Administrator Installation Guide.

Appendix B, “Cause Codes,” describes the codes that appear in some console messages.

Appendix C, "Technical Support," gives instructions for contacting Cabletron by telephone, fax, electronic mail, and the World Wide Web.

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Sections

Read "Switch Attribute" for an example and definition of the various sections under each switch attribute as well as a description of how the manual is organized.

Each section begins with a switch attribute heading (for example, "PVCByID"). Then come the details of relevant operators, parameters, and commands.

Most sections have two parameter tables—onefor input and another for output. The tables contain the parameter names, descriptions, and definitions of their values, field sizes, and defaults.

The section ends with examples copied from the switch console for each console command for that switch attribute.

Conventions

The SmartCell 6A000/ZX-250Reference Manual uses the following conventions to convey instructions and information:

Information you enter (console commands and input parameters) is shown in bold Courier 10 font and requires a space between operator and switch attribute.

Input and output parameters are shown in [Square Brackets].

Input definitions are shown in <anglebrackets>, as joined text and not case sensitive.

Filter flags </s> (summary) or </d> (detail) are available with certain show commands and apply to different information viewing levels. Filter flags require a space between them and the full command. For example, show client /d. The/s option is the same as the standard default option. You can find more details at the relevant switch attribute sections. See the following examples:

switch_prompt # show client

 

ClientNumber(ALL)

 

:

Client Type

IP

Address

Server Type Server Conn Status

==============================================================================

1

LANE

90.1.1.186

LECS

Established

Operational

3

IP/ATM

90.1.1.124

Local

Established

Operational

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

switch_prompt # show client /s

 

 

 

ClientNumber(ALL)

 

:

 

Client

Type

IP Address

Server Type

Server Conn

Status

==============================================================================

1

LANE

90.1.1.186

LECS

Established

Operational

3

IP/ATM

90.1.1.124

Local

Established

Operational

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

switch_prompt # show client /d

 

 

 

ClientNumber(ALL)

 

:

 

LANE Client 1

 

 

 

 

==============================================================================

Client State

: Operational

Client Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00

LAN Name

: elan1

LECS Addr Source

: ILMI

LECS Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:01

LES Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:02

LAN Type

: 802.3

MTU

: 1516

IP Address

: 90.1.1.186

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IP NetMask

: 255.255.255.0

IP/ATM Client 3

==============================================================================

Client State

: Operational

Client Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:00:5A:01:01:7C:00

Server

: is local

Server Connection : Established

MTU

: 9180

IP Address

: 90.1.1.124

Abbreviations

Pay close attention to how switch attributes appear in each section heading. Switch attributes are not case sensitive. If the heading states BUSStat, you must type busstat and notbusstats, because the switch will not recognize the latter. See the following example:

switch_prompt # show busstats

Command busstats not Valid for Action show

Type Help <command>

for help

switch_prompt

#

 

switch_prompt

# show busstat

ELANNumber(ALL)

:

BUS ELANs

============================================================================

ELAN ELAN000 Statistics

Out

Octets

:

0

Out

Unicast

:

0

switch_prompt #

You can, however, abbreviate the switch attribute to the extent that it is unique. For example, instead of typing show porttrafficcongestion, you can just type show portt. The same can be done with operators. Instead of typing modify, you can type mod. You should type at least three characters for any operator. For example,

switch_prompt #

modify portmode

PortNumber(ALL)

:

PortMode(SONET)

:

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt #

mod portm

PortNumber(ALL)

:

PortMode(SONET)

:

switch_prompt #

 

See "Switch Attribute" for an explanation of how the sections are organized.

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Help Options

If you want information on a specific command, type ? orhelp before typing the command and you will get a brief description of the command and all its input parameters. If you want information about a specific input parameter while executing a command, type? orhelp after it appears on the console and it will give you details relating to that parameter. For example,

switch_prompt

# ? add lecselan

 

Create/Add ELAN for LECS(LECSELAN)

============================================================================

ELANNumber

ELAN Number in the range 0-127

ELANName

ELAN Name ( max. length 32 characters)

LESAddress

ATM Address for the LES

ELANType

802.3 : Ethernet

or 802.5 : TokenRing

MTU

Maximum Frame Size - 1516(def for 802.3), 4544(def for 802.5), 9234

TLVSet

TLV Set Number in the range 1-65535

switch_prompt

#

 

switch_prompt

# add lecselan

 

ELANNumber(0)

 

: ?

ELAN Number in the range 0-127

 

ELANName(ELAN000)

: ?

ELAN Name ( max. length 32 characters)

LESAddress(39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:02): ?

ATM Address for the LES

 

ELANType(802.3)

: ?

802.3 : Ethernet or 802.5 : TokenRing

MTU(1516)

 

: ?

Maximum Frame

Size - 1516(def for 802.3), 4544(def for 802.5), 9234

TLVSet()

 

: ?

TLV Set Number in the range 1-65535

LECSELAN 0 already exists

 

switch_prompt

#

 

Other Reference Options

You will find a list of acronyms, details about technical support, and an index at the back of this manual. The index contains page references for all switch attribute sections, command parameters, operators, command descriptions and command examples. There is also a table of commands at the end of this chapter. It lists all switch attributes by their operator.

See the SmartCell 6A000 User Guide and SmartCell ZX-250User Guide for details on how to use the switch. The user guides contain information about switch configuration, maintenance, and SNMP (simple network management protocol), as well as an overview of switch capabilities.

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Switch Attribute

This section—immediatelybelow theheading—givesa brief description of what the switch attribute does. A detailed description of each command is available under "Descriptions."

SERVER SVC

X X

"X" under any of these headings indicates the switch attribute is applicable to that software type.

Parameters

Operators make the switch attribute work. Operators pertaining to each switch attribute are listed immediately below the "Operators" heading. The command is the switch attribute combined with the operator. A list of possible switch operators follows. You can use an alias when a word in parentheses appears. However, only the operators not in parentheses are used in this manual.

Table 1-1List of Operators

Operator

Action

 

 

add (create)

Adds new object

activate

Activates an existing but deactivated object

backup

Backs up switch configuration

clear

Clears (initializes to 0) properties of an object

disable

Lowers privilege level

deactivate

Deactivates an existing object

delete (remove)

Deletes existing object

enable

Raises privilege level

exit

Exits from console

flush

Flushes all entries

history

Shows past console commands

modify (set)

Sets properties of an existing object

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Table 1-1List of Operators (Continued)

 

 

Operator

Action

 

 

passwd

Changes passwords

reboot

Reboots the switch

restart

Restarts LANE and IP-ATMclients

restore

Restores switch configuration

setup

Sets up switch

show (display)

Shows properties of an object

OPERATOR

ACTION

shutdown

Shuts down switch

start

Starts server

stop

Stops server

update

Upgrades firmware

Operators

Table 1-2Operator Table Explanation

Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[Input or Output Field]

What the switch puts on your screen (either as input

(</d>)

or output) relating to the console command you are

 

executing. The [InputParameter] is an entry you

 

need to complete if you do not accept the default.

 

The [OutputParameter] shows information from the

 

switch. Requires no input. This example is available

 

only within the detailed information table.

Unit of measurement/

Option

Maximum field size

offered by

for input entry.

the switch.

Parameters appear in the parameter tables in the same order and spelling as the switch shows them.

Most switch attribute descriptions show two tables—InputParameter and Output Parameter. If the parameter has already been described in the input parameter table, no reference to it appears in the output parameter table. The output parameter table contains only parameters that have not been described in the input parameter table or that are written very differently on output despite having the same meaning.

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Only one parameter table in a switch attribute section means either that switch attribute uses only input parameters or that the output parameters are identical to the input parameters. The heading of the table indicates which is the case. If the table heading says Input Parameter or Output Parameter, only input or output parameters apply to this switch attribute. However, if the table heading says Parameter, the table contains both input and output parameters, and their field names and definitions are identical.

Some output parameters show either (</d>) or (</s>) to indicate that a filter flag is available and that parameter is available only when you type either /d (detailed information) or /s (summarized information) after the command. If you do not type these command extensions, the parameters do not appear. Further explanations are given at relevant sections. See "SVC" for an example.

The following table gives details about several of the most common parameters in this manual; a shorter description of these parameters appears at the relevant sections within the manual:

Table 1-3Parameter Table Explanation

Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[PortNumber]

Port number on the switch. Port

 

numbers can be any of the physical

 

ports on the local switch. Specifying

 

"ALL" causes all related values for the

 

ports to be affected by the command.

Port B4 is the CPU port. The

ALL or A1

SmartCell 6A000/ZX-250reserve

 

this port for use by the CPU for local

 

servers and clients. Therefore, B4

 

port is usually not listed. Only ALL,

 

A1-A4,B1-B3,C1-C4,andD1-D4

 

are listed.

 

[ATM Address] ATM address assigned to the port, client, or server according to ATM Forum specifications.

13-20bytes.Hex-based,

usually no default

dot-decimalformat separated by

 

colons/

 

59 characters

 

[ClientNumber] Number of the client. Each client on

0 through 127/

ALL

the switch must have a unique client

Up to 3 characters

 

number. Client numbers are shared

 

 

between LAN emulation (LANE)

 

 

clients and IP/ATM (IP over ATM)

 

 

clients.

 

 

With [IndexNumber], [PortNumber], [Client Number], and other parameters that default to "ALL", unless you specify a number at that input field, the switch gives ALL information pertaining to that parameter field.

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Descriptions

Table 1-4Description Table Explanation

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

console

command

[InputParameter] <whatyoutype> This section provides detailed descriptions of the command

(Privilege level this console command

(operator and switch attribute) and discusses what the

allows:)

command does and how and when it is used. Other relevant

Administrator or All

information appears here.

The following is an example of a description section. It is located under "BUSELAN." Note the detailed description of the command following the table.

Table 1-5Description Table Example

Operator

Permissions/Parameters

Description

 

 

 

modify buselan

[ELANNumber] <elannumber>

Changes the behavior of the BUS parameters for a

 

[ELANName] <elanname>

specified ELAN. The specified ELAN is then

 

[ConnectMethod] <connectmethod>

deleted and recreated. If the corresponding

 

[ELANType] <elantype>

LESELAN exists, then the modified BUSELAN

 

[Multipoint] <distributevcctpe>

should have the same characteristics as that

 

[MTU] <maximumframesize>

existing LESELAN because their parameters need

 

Administrator

to match.

Examples

Examples are copied exactly from the switch console to show you what you should see. They appear at the end of each section in the same order as the operators are listed at the start of each section. There is no significance to the order in which the examples appear, except that show usually appears after the other command examples to demonstrate how a command can change a characteristic of the switch. Unless they fit on the current page, examples usually begin at the top of a page. The location of every command example appears in the index under "Examples".

Examples show how you must enter console commands at the switch prompt (indicated in bold - modify buselan (console command)). The other bold text (1, 103, pvc, 802.5, 4544) is the input parameters that modify this switch attribute (BUSELAN). The text in brackets (immediately following the parameter field - for example, ELANType(802.3)) indicates the current default. See the following examples.

switch_prompt # modify buselan(console command)

ELANNumber(0)

:103(input entry)

ELANName(ELAN102)

:elan103(input entry)

ConnectMethod(SVC)

:pvc(input entry)

ELANType(802.3)

:802.5(input entry)

Multipoint(YES)

: (accept default)

MTU(1516)

:4544 (input entry)

switch_prompt #

 

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switch_prompt # show buselan ELANNumber : 103

ELAN : elan103

 

 

ELAN Number

:

103

ELAN Name

: elan103

ATM Address

:39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:66:02

Max Frame Size

:

4544

Connection Method

:

PVC

Distribute VPI/VCI:

0/50

LAN Type

:

802.5

Multipoint

: YES

switch_prompt #

 

 

List of Commands and Possible Switch Attributes

add (create)

AlarmConfig

BUSELAN

Community

ELAN

IISPRoute

IPATMClient

IPATMPVC

LANEClient

LECSAddress

LECSELAN

LECSELANLEC

LECSTLVSET

LESELAN

PVC

Route

TrafficDescriptor

TrapCommunity

UNIRoute

WellKnownAddress

 

delete (remove)

BUSClient

BUSELAN

Client

Community

ELAN

IISPRoute

IPATMPVC

LECSAddress

LECSELAN

LECSELANLEC

LECSTLVPARAM

LECSTLVSET

LESClient

LESELAN

PVC

PVCByID

Route

TrafficDescriptor

TrapCommunity

UNIRoute

WellKnownAddress

 

 

 

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modify (set)

AlarmConfig

AlarmVerbose

BUSELAN

CACParams

ILMIAdminStatus

IPAddress

IPATMClient

LANEClient

LECSAddress

LECSELAN

LECSELANLEC

LECSTLVSET

LESELAN

LogAlarmMask

LogBuffer

LogPrint

LogTrace

MyNMAddr

NetPrefix

PortAutoDetect

PortConifg

PortMode

PortTrafficCongestion

Prompt

Rows

SigConfig

SwitchConfig

SwitchName

SwitchTrafficCongestion

TrustedNMS

VCMask

 

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show (display)

ALARM

AlarmConfig

AlarmVerbose

BUSClient

BUSELAN

BUSLECStat

BUSStat

CACParams

CACStat

Client

ClientARP

ClientStat

ClientVC

Community

ELAN

IISPRoute

ILMIAdminStatus

IPATMARP

IPATMPVC

IPATMStat

LECS

LECSAddress

LECSELAN

LECSELANLEC

LECSStat

LECSTLVSET

LECSVCC

LESArp

LESClient

LESELAN

LESLECStat

LESStat

LogAlarmMask

LogBuffer

LogBufferSize

LogPrint

LogTrace

MyNMAddr

NetPRefix

PortAutoDetect

PortConfig

PortMode

PortStat

PortTrafficCongestion

Privilege

PVC

Route

SarStat

SigConfig

SigFlags

SigStat

SSCOPConfig

SVC

SwitchConfig

SwitchTrafficCongestion

Traffic Descriptor

TrapCommunity

TrustedNMS

UNIROUTE

VCCMask

WellKnownAddress

 

 

 

activate/deactivate

PVC

PVCByID

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backup/restore

switch

clear

ALARM

BUSStat

Config

LESStat

LogBuffer

LogTrace

PortStat

 

disable/enable

disable/enable

exit

exit

flush

ALARM

IISPRoute

PVC

UNIRoute

WellKnownAddress

history

history

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passwd

passwd

restart

client

setup

Switch

shutdown

shutdown

start

LECS

LES

log

Ping

stop

LECS

LES

log

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update

firmware

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Alarm

Use Alarm to set alarm messaging features.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

show, clear, flush

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[Index]

Index for showing the

1, 2, 3, 4.../

ALL

 

particular alarm.

n/a

 

In the Output Parameter table below, (</d>) indicates parameters that are available only through theshow alarm /d (detailed) command. (</s>) (summarized) appears next to a parameter to indicate that this parameter appears in both the summarized table and the detailed table

Output Parameter

Description

Default

 

 

 

[AlarmNumber] (</s>)

Numeric position of specified alarm within alarm

1, 2, 3, 4...

 

message buffer.

 

[Module] (</s>)

Four-charactername of the software module that

See Software Modules

 

generated the log and alarm entries.

Table under “LogTrace” .

[SubModule] (</s>)

Four-charactername of the software submodule that

See Software

 

generated the log entry that created this alarm message.

SubModules Table under

 

 

“LogTrace” .

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Output Parameter

Description

Default

 

 

 

[TimeStamp] (</s>)

Time (in system up time) when the alarm message entry

n/a

 

was created. The time stamp is in the format

 

 

[hrs:mins:secs:msecs].

 

[Message] (</s>)

Numeric code that specifies the message in the log entry

n/a

 

that generated this alarm message. Actual alphanumeric

 

 

message is not stored with the alarm because of the

 

 

limited space within the flash files.

 

[SequenceNum] (</d>)

Sequence number (within the log message buffer) of the

1, 2, 3, 4...

 

log message entry that generated this alarm message

 

 

entry.

 

[NumParameters] (</d>)

Number of informational parameters within alarm

1, 2, 3, 4...

 

message entry.

 

[LogLevel] (</d>)

Log debug level of the log message that caused the alarm

1, 2, 3, 4...

 

message to be generated.

 

[Parameter] (</d>)

List of parameters displayed by the alarm message.

n/a

 

Fields include parameter number, type, length, and value.

 

The following parameters are visible only with flush alarm:

 

[Alarm directory]

Name of the directory within the flash file system that

ALARM

 

contains the alarm message buffer.

 

[AlarmConfig file]

Name of the file that contains the current configuration of

alarmc.db

 

the alarm message buffer.

 

[Alarm Filename]

Base name of the set of files within the flash file system

zalarm

 

where alarm messages are stored. Alarm message file

 

 

names are composed of the base name and a numeric

 

 

offset.

 

[Num of alarm files]

Number of alarm files (within the flash file system) to be

32

 

used for saving alarm messages.

 

[Starting file number]

Offset to starting file for alarm messages in relation to

0

 

number of alarm message files stated by [Num of

 

 

alarm files].

 

[Num of used files]

Number of files currently used within the alarm message

0

 

buffer.

 

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Console Commands

Output Parameter

Description

Default

 

 

 

[Num of logs per file]

Number of alarm messages that can be held by each file

8

 

within the alarm message buffer.

 

Descriptions

Operator Parameters/Permissions Description

show alarm

(/s | /d)

 

[Index] <index>

 

Administrator

clear alarm Administrator

Displays alarm messages contained within the alarm message buffer. Alarm messages are referred to by their index numbers. Index numbers correspond to the order in which an alarm message is logged into the alarm message buffer.

The amount of information displayed is controlled by modify alarmverbose, described onpage 9. Alarmverbose has two additional options/s (summary) and/d (detail) filter flags. These filter flags control the amount of information displayed only when alarmverbose is on. When alarmverbose is off,/s and/d display the same information.

Clears the current alarm message and alarm configuration files from the buffer for saving or showing alarms. If the alarm message file is cleared, all currently stored alarm messages are cleared as well. You must confirm that you wish to clear the alarm before you can continue to clear the alarm configuration file. If you respond n to the clear alarm confirmation prompt, it assumes you have canceled the command. If you respondy, you will see details of the alarm configuration file. You must confirm at this prompt also before the command is completed. Useadd alarmconfig onpage 6 to create an alarm message buffer file again

flush alarm Administrator

Flushes alarms and deletes saved alarm messages from the flash

 

file system. You must confirm at the prompt before the

 

command is completed. Use add alarmconfig onpage 6 to

 

create an alarm message buffer file again.

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Console Commands

Examples

 

(AlarmVerbose is off)

 

 

switch_prompt

# modify alarmverbose

Mode(On)

 

 

: off

Setting Alarm

Verbose Mode

to Off

switch_prompt

# show alarm

1

/s

----------------------------------------------------

Num Mod SubMod T(h:m:s:ms)

 

Msg

----------------------------------------------------

1

HW LINK

000:00:13:886

14910: Port (null) DOWN

switch_prompt

# show alarm

1

/d

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Num Mod SubMod T(h:m:s:ms) Msg Seq L P P-532387424(TLV)P-532387424(TLV)P-532387424(TLV)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 HW LINK 000:00:13:886 14910: Port (null) DOWN 1 2 3

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

531652752 0(0x0)

531652752

0(0x2)

531652752

0(0x0)

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(AlarmVerbose is on)

 

 

 

 

 

 

switch_prompt # modify

alarmverbose

 

 

 

Mode(Off)

 

 

 

 

: on

 

 

Setting Alarm Verbose Mode to On

 

 

 

switch_prompt # show

alarm 1 /s

 

 

 

-----------------------------------

 

 

 

AlarmNumber

 

:

1

 

 

 

 

Module

 

:

HW

 

 

 

 

SubModule

 

:

LINK

 

 

 

 

TimeStamp

 

:

000:00:13:886

 

 

 

SequenceNum

 

:

1

 

 

 

 

NumParameters

 

:

3

 

 

 

 

LogLevel

 

:

2

 

 

 

 

Parameter

 

:

Num

Type

Len

Val

 

 

 

:

0

STR

0

-531130720(0xe05796a0)

 

 

:

1

INT

0

2(0x2)

 

 

:

2

STR

0

-535494944(0xe014fee0)

Message

 

: [14910] Port (null) DOWN

 

 

switch_prompt # show

alarm 1 /d

 

 

 

-----------------------------------

 

 

 

AlarmNumber

 

:

1

 

 

 

 

Module

 

:

HW

 

 

 

 

SubModule

 

:

LINK

 

 

 

 

TimeStamp

 

:

000:00:13:886

 

 

 

SequenceNum

 

:

1

 

 

 

 

NumParameters

 

:

3

 

 

 

 

LogLevel

 

:

2

 

 

 

 

Parameter

 

:

Num

Type

Len

Val

 

 

 

:

0

STR

0

-531130720(0xe05796a0)

 

 

:

1

INT

0

2(0x2)

 

 

:

2

STR

0

-535494944(0xe014fee0)

Message

 

: [14910] Port (null) DOWN

 

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

switch_prompt # clear alarm

Confirm(y/n)?: y

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Console Commands

Writing into

Alarm Configuration

Alarm directory

: ALARM

Alarm Config

file

: alarmc.db

Alarm Filename

: zalarm

Num of alarm

files

:

32

Starting file number:

0

Num of used files

:

18

Num of logs per file:

8

Would you also like to clear this Alarm Configuration file(y/n)?: y switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # flush alarm

Writing into Alarm Configuration

Alarm directory

:

ALARM

Alarm Config file

:

alarmc.db

Alarm Filename

:

zalarm

Num of alarm files

:

32

Starting file number:

0

Num of used files

:

18

Num of logs per file:

8

Confirm(y/n)?: y

 

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

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Console Commands

AlarmConfig

Use AlarmConfig (alarm configuration) to determine alarm message buffer file configuration.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

add, modify, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[AlarmNumFiles]

Number of alarm files (within the flash file

1, 2, 3, 4.../

32

 

system) to be used for saving alarm messages.

1-32

 

[StartFileNum]

Offset to the starting file for alarm messages in

0, 1, 2, 3, 4.../

0

 

relation to number of alarm message files

n/a

 

 

specified by [AlarmNumFiles].

 

 

[NumFilesUsed]

Number of files currently used within the alarm

0, 1, 2, 3, 4.../

0

 

message buffer (cannot exceed number of files to

n/a

 

 

store alarms).

 

 

[NumAlarmsPerFile]

Number of alarm messages that can be stored per

0, 1, 2, 3, 4.../

8

 

file within the alarm message buffer. Using a

n/a

 

 

smaller value results in less file system rewriting

 

 

 

but increases the space wasted per entry, as each

 

 

 

file has fixed overhead.

 

 

Output Parameter

Description

Default

 

 

 

[Alarm directory]

Name of the directory within the flash file system that contains the alarm

ALARM

 

message buffer.

 

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Console Commands

Output Parameter

Description

Default

 

 

 

[Alarm Config file]

Name of the file that contains the current configuration of the alarm

alarmc.db

 

message buffer.

 

[Alarm Filename]

Base name of the set of files within the flash file system where alarm

zalarm

 

messages are stored. Alarm message file names are composed of the base

 

 

name and a numeric offset.

 

[Num of alarm files]

Same as [AlarmNumFiles] Input Parameter.

32

[Starting file number]

Same as [StartFileNum] Input Parameter.

0

[Num of used files]

Same as [NumFilesUsed] Input Parameter.

0

[Num of logs per file]

Same as [NumAlarmsPerFile] Input Parameter.

8

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters / Permissions

Description

 

 

 

add [AlarmNumFiles]<numfiles>

alarmconfig [StartFileNum] <startfiles>

[NumFilesUsed] <numfilesused>

[NumAlarmsPerFile] <numalarms>

Administrator

Creates the alarm message buffer file configuration, which specifies how alarm messages are saved to the flash file system.

Alarm messages are saved in the flash file system and are persistent through system reboots. If a configuration file is already present, the parameters within the file override any alarm message configuration parameters entered through the console.

The number of alarm files ranges from 0 to whatever value you decide using the [AlarmNumFiles] parameter. The alarm file number starts at whatever value you specify using the [StartFileNum] parameter. The number of files that contain alarm messages is specified by the[NumFilesUsed] parameter, which ranges between 0 and whatever value you have specified using the [AlarmNumFiles] parameter. The maximum number of alarm messages that can be stored is [NumAlarmsPerFile] multiplied by [AlarmNumFiles], and is limited by the size of the flash file system.

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Console Commands

Operator

Parameters / Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify [AlarmNumFiles] <numfiles> alarmconfig[StartFileNum] <stfile>

[NumFilesUsed] <numfilesused>

[NumAlarmsPerFile] <numalarms>

All

Modifies the current alarm message configuration parameters for saving alarms. The current values of each configuration parameter are displayed. You can either accept the current value or enter a new value.

show Administrator

alarmconfig

Displays the current alarm message buffer file configuration parameters for saving alarms. These parameters define the location of the configuration file, alarm message buffer filename, number of alarm message files, number used, and the number of alarm messages that each file can contain.

flush

Administrator

Flushes and deletes alarms and current alarm message buffer

alarmconfig

 

configurations from the flash file system. You must confirm

 

 

at the prompt before the command is entered.

Examples

switch_prompt # add alarmconfig

AlarmNumFiles(32) :

StartFileNum(0) :

NumFilesUsed(0) :

NumAlarmsPerFile(8): switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # modify alarmconfig

AlarmNumFiles(32) :

StartFileNum(0) :

NumFilesUsed(0) :

NumAlarmsPerFile(8): switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show alarmconfig

Writing into Alarm Configuration

Alarm directory

:

ALARM

Alarm Config file

:

alarmc.db

Alarm Filename

:

zalarm

Num of alarm files

:

32

Starting file number:

0

Num of used files

:

18

Num of logs per file:

8

switch_prompt #

 

 

switch_prompt # flush

alarmconfig

Writing into Alarm Configuration

Alarm directory

:

ALARM

Alarm Config file

:

alarmc.db

Alarm Filename

:

zalarm

Num of alarm files

:

32

Starting file number:

0

Num of used files

:

18

Num of logs per file:

8

Confirm(y/n)?:y

 

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

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Console Commands

AlarmVerbose

Use AlarmVerbose to determine how much information is displayed in the alarm messages.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

modify, show

Parameter

Input

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

Parameter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[Mode]

The method of switching verbose on or off.

On/Off

On

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Descriptions

 

 

 

modify [Mode] <verbosemode>

alarmverbose

Administrator

Sets the verbose mode for displaying alarm messages. If verbose mode is set to on, each alarm message is printed separately. If verbose mode is set to off, alarm messages are displayed in tabular format.

show

Administrator

Displays the current setting for verbose mode, which affects

alarmverbose

 

how alarm messages are displayed.

Examples

switch_prompt # modify alarmverbose

Mode(On): off

Setting Alarm Verbose Mode to Off switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show alarmverbose

Verbose mode for printing log and alarms is Off switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

BUSClient

Use BUSClient (broadcast and unknown server client) to manage the mapping between the BUSELAN and the LANE clients that have joined the BUSELAN. Clients are uniquely identified by their LECId.

SERVER SVC

X

Operators

delete, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ELANNumber]

Number of the ELAN to which the BUS

0-127

ALL

 

belongs.

 

 

[LECId]

LEC identification number of the specified

1-65279

0

 

client.

 

 

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[VPI/VCI]

VPI/VCI (virtual path/channel identifier) values of control direct VCC (virtual channel

 

connection) or multicast send VCC.

[ATM Address]

ATM address of the client.

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

delete

[ELANNumber] <elannumber>

Removes a specified client from the BUS on the specified

busclient

[LecID] <lecidvalue>

ELAN.

 

Administrator

 

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Console Commands

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show

[ELANNumber] <elannumber>

Displays information about all clients that have joined the

busclient

All

BUS on the specified ELAN.

 

 

Examples

switch_prompt

# delete busclient

ELANNumber(0)

:

LECId(0)

: 14

LECId

: 14

ATMAddress

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:11:80:00:20:D4:00:D6:C0:00

Confirm(y/n)?

: y

switch_prompt

#

switch_prompt

# show busclient 0

Client table

entries for ELAN ELAN000

===========================================================================

LECId

: 1

VPI/VCI

: 0/219

ATM Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:2F:00:00:20:D4:14:2F:00:00

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

BUSELAN

Use BUSELAN (broadcast and unknown server emulated LAN) to determine the characteristics of the specified ELAN maintained by the BUS. If the corresponding LESELAN exists, it should be identical.

SERVER SVC

X

Operators

add, delete, modify, show

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Console Commands

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ELANNumber]

Number of the ELAN to which the BUS

0-127

ALL

 

belongs.

 

 

[ELANName]

Name of the ELAN to which the BUS belongs.

Up to 32 characters

ELAN000

[ConnectMethod]

Type of connection used.

PVC, SVC

SVC

[ELANType]

Data-linktype used by the ELAN.

802.3 (Ethernet),

802.3

 

 

802.5 (TokenRing)

 

[Multipoint]

Indicates whether control distribute VCC is

YES: VCC is PMP

YES

 

PMP (point-to-multipoint)or PTP

NO: VCC is PTP

 

 

(point-to-point).

 

 

[MTU]

Maximum transfer unit assigned for this client.

1516 or 9234 (Ethernet),

1516

 

 

4544 (Token Ring)

 

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[ATM Address]

ATM address of the ELAN.

[Distribute VPI/VCI]

VPI/VCI values of control direct VCC or multicast send VCC.

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Console Commands

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

add buselan [ELANNumber] <elannumber>

[ELANName] <elanname>

[ConnectMethod]

<connectmethod>

[ELANType] <elantype

[Multipoint]

<distributevcctpe>

[MTU] <maximumframesize>

Creates a BUS on a specified ELAN. If the corresponding LESELAN exists, then the added BUSELAN should have similar characteristics.

Administrator

delete [ELANNumber] <elannumber>

buselan

Administrator

modify [ELANNumber] <elannumber> buselan[ELANName] <elanname>

[ConnectMethod]

<connectmethod>

[ELANType] <elantype>

[Multipoint]

<distributevcctpe>

[MTU] <maximumframesize>

Administrator

show [ELANNumber] <elannumber>

buselan

All

Removes the BUS from a specified ELAN and drops clients connected to it.

Changes the behavior of the BUS parameters for a specified ELAN. The specified ELAN is then deleted and recreated. If the corresponding LESELAN exists, then the modified BUSELAN should have the same characteristics as that existing LESELAN because their parameters need to match.

Displays the BUS parameters for the specified ELAN. Enter show buselan to confirm that changes you made.

Examples

switch_prompt # add buselan

 

ELANNumber(0)

 

: 102

ELANName(ELAN102)

:

ConnectMethod(SVC)

:

ELANType(802.3)

 

:

Multipoint(YES)

 

:

MTU(1516)

 

:

switch_prompt #

 

 

switch_prompt # delete buselan

 

ELANNumber(0)

: 3

 

ELAN Number

: 3

 

ELAN Name

: ELAN003

 

ATM Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:03:02

Confirm(y/n)?

: y

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

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Console Commands

The example below changes ELAN102 from an Ethernet BUSELAN to a Token Ring BUSELAN, changing the MTU to reflect the change in ELAN type. It assumes the LES has already been changed.

switch_prompt # modify buselan 102

ELANName(ELAN102)

 

:

ConnectMethod(svc)

:

ELANType(802.3)

 

: 802.5

Multipoint(yes)

 

:

MTU(1516)

 

: 4544

switch_prompt #

 

 

switch_prompt # show buselan 102

ELAN: ELAN102

 

 

ELAN Number

:

102

ELAN Name

:

ELAN102

ATM Address

:

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:66:02

MTU

:

4544

Connection Method: SVC

Distribute VPI/VCI: 0/2423

LAN Type

:

802.5

Multipoint

: YES

switch_prompt #

 

 

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Console Commands

BUSLECStat

Use BUSLECStat (broadcast and unknown server LAN emulation client statistics) to view traffic statistics for all or specified clients that have joined the BUSELAN.

SERVER SVC

X

Operator

show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ELANNumber]

Number of the ELAN to which the BUS

0-127

ALL

 

belongs.

 

 

[LECId]

LEC identification number of the specified

0-65279

0

 

client.

 

 

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[ATMAddress]

ATM address of the client.

[Receives]

Number of multicast and broadcast and unknown forward requests received by the

 

BUS from this LEC.

[Forwards]

Number of requests forwarded by the BUS from this LEC.

[Discards]

Number of requests discarded by the BUS from this LEC.

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Console Commands

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show [ELANNumber] <elannumber>

buslecstat [LecId] <lecidvalue>

All

Displays statistical information about a specific client or all clients on that ELAN. To verify the LECId, enter show client first to obtain the ELAN number.

Example

switch_prompt # show buslecstat

ELANNumber(0) :

LECId(0) :

Client statistics for ELAN ELAN000

===========================================================================

LECId

: 1

ATM address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:2F:00:00:20:D4:14:2F:00:00

Receives

: 17185

Forwards

: 17185

Discards

: 0

switch_prompt #

 

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Console Commands

BUSStat

Use BUSStat (broadcast and unknown server statistics) to view statistics that the BUS maintains for each ELAN.

SERVER SVC

X

Operators

show, clear

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ELANNumber]

Number of the ELAN to which the BUS belongs.

0-127

ALL

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Out Octets]

Number of octets (bytes) the BUS has sent since its initialization.

[Out Unicast]

Number of unicast frames forwarded by the BUS.

[Out Multicast]

Number of multicast frames forwarded by the BUS.

[In Octets]

Number of octets (bytes) the BUS has received since its initialization.

[In Unicast]

Number of unicast frames received by the BUS.

[In Multicast]

Number of multicast frames received by the BUS.

[Frame Timeouts]

Number of frames dropped by the BUS due to timeout.

[VCC Rejects]

Number of frames rejected because VCC is not available.

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Console Commands

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show [ELANNumber] <elannumber>

busstat

All

clear [ELANNumber] <elannumber>

busstat

Administrator

Displays BUS statistics for the specified ELAN or for all ELANs.

Clears BUS statistics for the specified ELAN or for all ELANs.

Examples

switch_prompt # show busstat 3

ELAN ELAN003 Statistics

Out Octets

: 450432

Out Unicast

: 7030

Out Multicast

: 3

In Octets

: 450432

In Unicast

: 7030

In Multicast

: 3

Frame Timeouts

: 0

VCC Rejects

: 0

switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # clear busstat

ELANNumber(ALL):

Clearing ALL BUS ELAN Statistics

Confirm(y/n)?:y

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

CACParams

Use CACParams (call admission control parameters) to determine the allocation of bandwidth to SVCs (switched virtual circuits) and PVCs (permanent virtual circuits) for individual ports on the switch.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

modify, show

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[PortNumber]

Port number on the switch.

ALL, A1...A4,

ALL

 

 

B1...B3, C1...C4, D1...

 

 

 

D4

 

[AllocScheme]

Three allocation levels you can choose for connection

LIBERAL,

LIBERAL

 

admission.

MODERATE,

 

 

 

CONSERVATIVE

 

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Console Commands

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify [PortNumber] <portnumber> cacparams[AllocScheme]

<allocationlevel>

Administrator

Modifies the CAC parameter scheme used for bandwidth calculation. Three different levels can be set for each port.

LIBERAL: More calls are admitted. These can total up to 4,000 VCs per switch with aggressive allocation of bandwidth, reserving less bandwidth for each connection.

MODERATE: A moderate allocation is a balance between the number of calls versus the bandwidth for each connection. Moderate allocation admits fewer calls and more bandwidth per call than a liberal setting.

CONSERVATIVE: A conservative allocation allocates more bandwidth for each connection. Conservative allocation admits fewer calls and more bandwidth per call than a moderate setting.

show

[PortNumber] <portnumber>

Displays the CAC parameter scheme used for bandwidth

cacparams

All

calculation.

 

 

Examples

switch_prompt # modify cacparams

PortNumber :( ALL ): a2

AllocScheme :( ) : moderate switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # modify cacparams

PortNumber :( ALL ): a3

AllocScheme :( ) : liberal switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show cacparams

PortNumber :( ALL ):

Port# Allocation Scheme

===========================================================================

A1

CONSERVATIVE

A2

MODERATE

A3

LIBERAL

A4

MODERATE

B1

MODERATE

B2

MODERATE

B3

MODERATE

B4(CPU)

LIBERAL

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

CACStat

Use CACStat to see the CAC (call admission control) statistics.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[PortNumber]

Port number on the switch.

ALL, A1 A4, B1 B3,... ...

ALL

 

 

C1...

C4, D1...

D4

 

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Bandwidth Available]

Total bandwidth (in Kb/s) available on that port.

[Bandwidth Allocated] -

Total bandwidth (in Kb/s) allocated for CBR (constant bit rate), RTVBR (real time

CBR, RTVBR, NRTVBR, UBR

variable bit rate), NRTVBR (non real time variable bit rate) and UBR (unspecified

 

bit rate) connections, or specific circuit connection allocation (CBR, RTVBR,

 

NRTVBR, UBR).

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Console Commands

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show

[PortNumber] <portnumber>

Displays the CAC statistics of allocated bandwidth for all or

cacstat

ALL

specified ports and each traffic category (CBR, RTVBR,

 

NRTVBR and UBR).

 

 

Examples

switch_prompt # show cacstat

PortNumber(ALL) :

Port#

Bandwidth Available

Bandwidth Allocated

 

(In Kb/s)

 

(In Kb/s)

 

Total

CBR

RTVBR NRTVBR UBR

============================================================================

A1

136393

823

0

0

823

0

A2

136393

823

0

0

823

0

A3

136393

823

0

0

823

0

A4

136393

823

0

0

823

0

B1

136393

823

0

0

823

0

B2

136393

823

0

0

823

0

B3

136393

823

0

0

823

0

B4(CPU)

131318

5898

0

0

5759

139

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

 

switch_prompt # show cacstat

 

 

 

 

 

PortNumber(ALL): a1

 

 

 

 

 

Port#

Bandwidth Available

 

Bandwidth Allocated

 

 

(In Kb/s)

 

(In Kb/s)

 

 

 

 

Total

CBR

RTVBR

NRTVBR

UBR

============================================================================

A1

136393

823

0

0

823

0

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

 

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Console Commands

Client

Use Client to determine all or local LANE (LAN emulation) and IP/ATM (IP over ATM) clients on the switch.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

delete, restart, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ClientNumber]

Number of the local client.

0-127

ALL

In the Output Parameter table below, (</d>) appears next to parameters that are available only through theshow client /d (detailed) command.

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Type]

Type of client.

[IP Address]

IP address of client.

[Server Type]

Specifies what server type the client is on.

[Server Conn]

Type of connection the client has with the server.

[Status]

Current status of the client.

[Client State] (</d>)

Status of where the client is in the process of making a connection.

[Client Address] (</d>)

ATM address of the client.

[LAN Name] (</d>)

ELAN name for this client.

[LECS Addr Source]

ILMI, well-knownaddress, or LECS address.

(</d>)

 

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Console Commands

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[LECS Address] (</d>)

ATM address of the LECS.

[LES Address] (</d>)

ATM address of the LANE server.

[LAN Type] (</d>)

Type of ELAN.

[MTU] (</d>)

Maximum transfer unit assigned for this client.

[IP NetMask] (</d>)

IP netmask assigned to the client.

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

delete [ClientNumber] <clientnumber>

client

Administrator

restart [ClientNumber] <clientnumber>

client

Administrator

Removes a client from the switch.

Restarts a client from the switch. If a client fails to successfully join a VLAN, you can restart the client to retry. The switch software, on a periodic basis, automatically tries to restart clients that have not successfully joined. Enter show client to confirm that the client(s) have restarted.

show

[ClientNumber] <clientnumber> Displays the details of a client on the switch. You can obtain

client (/d)

All

more details of all the clients on the switch by adding

/d to

 

 

 

the end of the command. For example, show client /d.

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Console Commands

Examples

switch_prompt # delete client 4

IP/ATM Client4 Address: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:00:7A:01:01:5B:00 Confirm(y/n)?:y

switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show client

ClientNumber(ALL)

:

 

Client Type

IP

Address

Server Type Server Conn Status

============================================================================

1

LANE

90.1.1.186

LECS

Established

Operational

3

IP/ATM

90.1.1.124

Local

Established

Operational

switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # restart client

ClientNumber(ALL) : switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show client

ClientNumber(ALL) :

Client Type IP Address Server Type Server Conn Status

============================================================================

1

LANE

90.1.1.186

LECS

Shutdown

Initial

3

IP/ATM

90.1.1.124

Local

Shutdown

Initial

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

switch_prompt # show client /s

 

 

 

ClientNumber(ALL) :

 

 

 

Client

Type

IP Address

Server Type

Server Conn

Status

============================================================================

1

LANE

90.1.1.186

LECS

Established

Operational

3

IP/ATM

90.1.1.124

Local

Established

Operational

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

With the following example (</d>), notice how you get the same amount of detail whether you specify the client or accept the default “ALL”:

switch_prompt # show client /d

ClientNumber(ALL) :

LANE Client 1

============================================================================

Client State

:

Operational

Client Address

:

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00

LAN Name

:

elan1

LECS Addr Source:

ILMI

LECS Address

:

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:01

LES Address

:

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:02

LAN Type

:

802.3

MTU

:

1516

IP Address

:

90.1.1.186

IP NetMask

:

255.255.255.0

IP/ATM Client 3

============================================================================

Client State

: Operational

Client Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:00:5A:01:01:7C:00

Server

: is local

Server Connection: Established

MTU

: 9180

IP Address

: 90.1.1.124

IP NetMask

: 255.0.0.0

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt # show client 3 /d

IP/ATM Client 3

============================================================================

Client State

: Operational

Client Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:00:5A:01:01:7C:00

Server

: is local

Server Connection: Established

MTU

: 9180

IP Address

: 90.1.1.124

IP NetMask

: 255.0.0.0

switch_prompt #

 

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Console Commands

ClientARP

Use ClientARP (client address resolution protocol) to view the mapping of the MAC (media access control) or IP addresses to an ATM address for LANE (LAN emulation) or IP/ATM (IP over ATM) clients.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ClientNumber]

Number of the client.

0-127

ALL

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[MAC Address]

MAC (media access control) address of the LANE client.

[IP Address]

IP address of IP/ATM destination client.

[ATM Address]

ATM address of either LANE or IP/ATM destination client.

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Console Commands

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show

[ClientNumber] <clientnumber>

Displays details about LANE or IP/ATM client ARP entries.

clientarp

All

 

 

 

Example

switch_prompt # show clientarp

ClientNumber(ALL) :

LANE Client 0 ARP Table

MAC Address ATM Address

=============================================================================

00:20:D4:14:15:00

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:02

IP/ATM Client 3 ARP Table

IP Address

ATM

Address

=========================================================================================

10.1.1.1 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:2F:00:00:0A:01:01:02:00

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

ClientStat

Use ClientStat (client statistics) to view LANE (LAN emulation) or IP/ATM (IP over ATM) client statistics.

SERVER

SVC

X

X

Operator show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ClientNumber]

Number of the client.

0-127

ALL

In the Output Parameter table below,

(</d>) appears next to parameters that are available only through theshow

clientstat /d (detailed) command. The (IP/ATM) and (LANE) client indicators after particular parameters indicate that these parameters will display only if that particular client type is active.

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Client Type]

Type of client.

[RxPkts]

Number of packets received.

[TxPkts]

Number of packets transmitted.

[RxOctets]

Number of octets (bytes) received.

[TxOctets]

Number of octets (bytes) transmitted.

[Bytes Received] (</d>)

Number of bytes received.

[Unicast Packets] (</d>)

Number of unicast packets received or transmitted.

[Multicast Packets] (</d>)

Interface maximum transfer unit to assign to the local interface associated

 

with this client.

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Console Commands

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Broadcast Packets] (</d>)

Number of broadcast packets received or transmitted.

[Error Packets] (</d>)

Number of error packets received or transmitted.

[Dropped Packets] (</d>)

Number of received or transmitted packets dropped.

[Bytes Transmitted] (</d>)

Number of bytes transmitted.

[ARP Requests Sent] (</d>)

ARP requests from a server sent to the client.

[ARP Replies Rcvd] (</d>)

ARP replies from a client received by the server.

[ARP Requests Rcvd] (</d>)

ARP requests from a client received by the server.

[ARP Replies Sent] (</d>)

ARP replies from a server sent to the client.

[Ctrl Frames Sent] (LANE) (</d>)

Number of control frames sent.

[Ctrl Frames Rcvd] (LANE) (</d>)

Number of control frames received.

[SVC Failures] (LANE) (</d>)

Number of clients who failed to join the SVC (switched virtual circuit).

[ARP Unreachables] (IP/ATM)

ARP unreachable clients.

(</d>)

 

[ARP NAKs] (IP/ATM) (</d>)

Number of inverse ARP NAKs (negative acknowledges) received.

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Console Commands

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show [ClientNumber] <clientnumber>

clientstat

(/d)

All

Displays the packet count statistics for a local LANE or IP/ATM interface client on the switch. Some output parameters are different for LANE and IP/ATM clients. In the parameter table above, it is stated in parentheses ((LANE) or (IP/ATM)) after that parameter if it applies only to that type of client.

Examples

The examples show statistics for all clients, detail (</d>) for all clients, an IP/ATM client, and a LANE client.

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Console Commands

switch_prompt # show clientstat

ClientNumber(ALL):

Client Type RxPkts TxPkts RxOctets TxOctets

============================================================================

1

LANE

0

0

0

0

3

IP/ATM

0

0

0

0

switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show clientstat /d

ClientNumber(ALL):

Stats for LANE client 1

============================================================================

Rx Stats

 

Bytes Received

: 0

Unicast Packets

: 0

Multicast Packets

: 0

Broadcast Packets

: 0

Error Packets

: 0

Dropped Packets

: 0

Tx Stats

 

Bytes Transmitted

: 0

Unicast Packets

: 0

Multicast Packets

: 0

Broadcast Packets

: 0

Error Packets

: 0

Dropped Packets

: 0

LAN Emulation Statistics

 

ARP Requests Sent

: 3

ARP Replies Rcvd

: 3

ARP Requests Rcvd

: 0

ARP Replies Sent

: 0

Ctrl Frames Sent

: 9

Ctrl Frames Rcvd

: 9

SVC Failures

: 0

Stats for IP/ATM client 3

============================================================================

Rx Stats

Bytes Received

: 0

Unicast Packets

: 0

Multicast Packets

: 0

Broadcast Packets

: 0

Error Packets

: 0

Dropped Packets

: 0

Tx Stats

 

Bytes Transmitted

: 0

Unicast Packets

: 0

Multicast Packets

: 0

Broadcast Packets

: 0

Error Packets

: 0

Dropped Packets

: 0

IP/ATM Statistics

 

ARP Requests Sent

: 0

ARP Replies Rcvd

: 0

ARP Requests Rcvd

: 0

ARP Replies Sent

: 0

ARP Unreachables

: 0

ARP NAKs

: 0

switch_prompt #

 

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Console Commands

switch_prompt # show clientstat 3

Stats for IP/ATM client 3

============================================================================

Rx Stats

Bytes Received

: 0

Unicast Packets

: 0

Multicast Packets

: 0

Broadcast Packets

: 0

Error Packets

: 0

Dropped Packets

: 0

Tx Stats

 

Bytes Transmitted

: 0

Unicast Packets

: 0

Multicast Packets

: 0

Broadcast Packets

: 0

Error Packets

: 0

Dropped Packets

: 0

IP/ATM Statistics

 

ARP Requests Sent

: 0

ARP Replies Rcvd

: 0

ARP Requests Rcvd

: 0

ARP Replies Sent

: 0

ARP Unreachables

: 0

ARP NAKs

: 0

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt # show clientstat 1

Stats for LANE client 1

============================================================================

Rx Stats

 

Bytes Received

: 0

Unicast Packets

: 0

Multicast Packets

: 0

Broadcast Packets

: 0

Error Packets

: 0

Dropped Packets

: 0

Tx Stats

 

Bytes Transmitted

: 0

Unicast Packets

: 0

Multicast Packets

: 0

Broadcast Packets

: 0

Error Packets

: 0

Dropped Packets

: 0

LAN Emulation Statistics

 

ARP Requests Sent

: 3

ARP Replies Rcvd

: 3

ARP Requests Rcvd

: 0

ARP Replies Sent

: 0

Ctrl Frames Sent

: 9

Ctrl Frames Rcvd

: 9

SVC Failures

: 0

switch_prompt #

 

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Console Commands

ClientVC

Use ClientVC (client virtual circuit) to view which VCs are associated with a particular local LANE or IP over ATM client's ARP (address resolution protocol) entries. ClientVC is similar to ClientARP, except that it also includes details of VPI/VCI numbers.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ClientNumber]

Number of the client.

0-127

ALL

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[MAC Address]

MAC address of the client.

[VPI/VCI]

VPI/VCI (virtual path/channel identifier) values of control direct VCC (virtual channel

 

connection) or multicast send VCC.

[ATM Address]

ATM address of the client.

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Console Commands

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show [ClientNumber] <clientnumber>

clientvc

All

Displays VC details for local IP/ATM or LANE clients in addition to client ARP mapping details. For IP/ATM, the associated IP address appears, while for LANE, the associated MAC address appears. The associated address is what is located at the other end of the VC.

Example

switch_prompt # show clientvc

ClientNumber(ALL) :

LANE Client 0 VC Table

MAC Address

VPI/VCI

 

ATM Address

===========================================================================

00:02:D4:14:22:80

0/2453

 

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:22:80:00

IP/ATM Client 50 VC Table

IP Address

VPI/VCI

ATM Address

============================================================================

10.1.1.20/130

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:22:80:00:00:0A:01:01:02:00

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

Community

Use Community to group NMS (network management system) hosts by privilege level. Hosts are collectively called communities, and their privilege level determines the type of information access permitted by the switch. The switch provides access to the information only if the request comes from a community configured with the necessary privileges.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

add, delete, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[Name]

SNMP community name. Needs to be

64 characters

ILMI, public,

 

defined on the switch to access SNMP.

 

and zeitnet

[IPAddr]

IP address of the host or hosts that can use

dot decimal/

0.0.0.0

 

this community name. Entering 0.0.0.0

7-15characters

 

 

allows access by any host.

 

 

[Privilege]

Privileges associated with this community.

read, write, read-write/

ILMI--write

 

 

n/a

public--read

 

 

 

zeitnet--write

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Community Name]

Same as [Name] Input Parameter.

Do not modify the ILMI community. The ILMI protocol will not work correctly if modified.

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Console Commands

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

add [Name] <communityname> community[IPAddr] <ipaddress>

[Privilege] <privilege>

Creates a community on the switch.

 

Administrator

 

delete

[Name] <communityname>

Removes an existing community from the switch.

community

[IPAddr] <ipaddress>

 

 

Administrator

 

show

All

Displays all the communities that are configured on the

community

 

switch.

Examples

switch_prompt # add community

 

Name()

: boris

IpAddr()

: 90.1.1.1

Priviledge(read)

:

switch_prompt

#

 

 

switch_prompt

# show community

 

 

Community Name

IP Address

Privilege

===========================================================================

ILMI

0.0.0.0

READ

boris

90.1.1.1

READ

public

0.0.0.0

READ

zeitnet

0.0.0.0

WRITE

switch_prompt #

 

 

switch_prompt # delete community

 

 

Name()

: boris

 

IpAddr()

: 90.1.1.1

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

switch_prompt # show community

 

 

Community Name

IP Address

Privilege

===========================================================================

ILMI

0.0.0.0

READ

public

0.0.0.0

READ

zeitnet

0.0.0.0

WRITE

switch_prompt #

 

 

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Console Commands

Config

Use Config to erase the configuration information on the SmartCell ZX-250.Before using theclear config command, you should backup the switch configuration using thebackup switch command. Seepage 182.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

clear

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

none

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

none

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Console Commands

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

clear

Administrator

Erases all switch configuration information, including

config

 

Ethernet interface address, VLAN and ELAN configurations,

 

 

signaling configuration, port configurations, and so on.

Example

switch_prompt # clear config

You should backup your configuration using the "backup switch" command, in case you want to recover this configuration

Continuing will permanently erase the current switch configuration, and requires a switch reboot.

Are you sure this is what you want to do?

Confirm(y/n)?:y

Configuration cleared.

Rebooting is required to ensure correct operation,

Do you want to reboot now?

Confirm(y/n)?:y

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Console Commands

ELAN

Use ELAN (emulated local area network) to create or delete ELANs on the switch. This is a quick configuration method of managing ELAN server entries within one command. For details of how to create or delete these entries individually, see “BUSELAN”, “LECSELAN”, and “LESELAN”.

SERVER SVC

X

Operators

add, delete, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ELANNumber]

Number of ELAN to which the BUS (broadcast

0-127

0

 

and unknown server), LECS (LAN emulation

 

 

 

configuration server) or LES (LANE server)

 

 

 

belong.

 

 

[ELANName]

Name of ELAN to which the LES or BUS

Up to 32 characters

ELAN000

 

belongs.

 

 

[ConnectMethod]

Type of connection used.

PVC, SVC

SVC

[ELANType]

Data-linktype used by the ELAN.

802.3 (Ethernet)

802.3

 

 

802.5 (TokenRing)

 

[Multipoint]

Indicates whether control distribute VCC is

YES: VCC is PMP NO:

YES

 

PMP (point-to-multipoint)or PTP

VCC is PTP

 

 

(point-to-point).

 

 

[MTU]

Maximum transfer unit for the clients joining

1516 or 9234 (Ethernet),

1516

 

this ELAN.

4544 (Token Ring)

 

[Distribute]

LES establishes control distribute VCC to all

ALL, PROXY

PROXY

 

the clients if distribute is ALL. If distribute is

 

 

 

PROXY, LES establishes control distribute

 

 

 

VCC only to proxy clients.

 

 

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Console Commands

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[LES Address]

ATM address of the LANE server.

[Distribute VPI/VCI]

VPI/VCI values of the control direct VCC or multicast send VCC.

[Distribute Method]

Indicates whether the control distribute VCC is established for ALL clients or only

 

PROXY clients.

[LAN Type]

Type of ELAN.

[BUSATMAddress]

ATM address of the BUS (specify when the LES and BUS are not co-located).

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

add elan [ELANNumber] <elannumber>

[ELANName] <elanname>

[ConnectMethod] <connectmethod>

[ELANType] <elantype>

[Multipoint] <distributevcctype>

[MTU] <maximumframesize>

[Distribute]

<controldistributevccoption>

Quickly configures the switch. This command adds the ELAN entry in all three databases (BUSELAN, LESELAN, and LECSELAN) and activates the ELAN.

Administrator

delete elan [ELANNumber] <elannumber>

Administrator

show elan [ELANNumber] <elannumber>

All

Quickly configures the switch. This removes a specific ELAN. This command first checks that all servers (LECS, LES, and BUS) exist before deleting any of them.

Displays an ELAN created by either the quick add elanor the multiple set of commands to add an ELAN. There might not be LECS information (as seen in the first example) if the ELAN was created by add buselan, and add leselanand add lecselanhad not been completed. The LECS information is displayed if you use add elanor if not, after you enter add lecselan(as seen in the following B example below).

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Console Commands

Examples

switch_prompt #

add elan

 

ELANNumber(0)

 

: 11

ELANName(ELAN011)

:

ConnectMethod(SVC)

:

ELANType(802.3)

 

:

Multipoint(YES)

 

:

MTU(1516)

 

:

Distribute(PROXY)

:

switch_prompt #

 

 

switch_prompt #

delete elan

 

ELANNumber(0): 11

Confirm(y/n)?: y switch_prompt #

A

switch_prompt # show elan 0

There is no LECS

Record. Retrieving LES Information

ELAN

Number

: 0

ELAN

Name

: ELAN000

LES

Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:22:80:00:20:D4:14:22:80:02

Max

Frame Size

: 1516

Connection Method : SVC

Distribute VPI/VCI: 0/32

Distribute Method: PROXY

LAN Type

: 802.3

Multipoint

: YES

switch_prompt #

 

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Console Commands

B

switch_prompt # add leselan 4

 

ELANName(ELAN004)

:

ConnectMethod(SVC)

:

ELANType(802.3)

:

Multipoint(YES)

:

MTU(1516)

:

Distribute(PROXY)

:

BUSATMAddress()

:

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt # add buselan 4

 

ELANName(ELAN004)

:

ConnectMethod(SVC)

:

ELANType(802.3)

:

Multipoint(YES)

:

MTU(1516)

:

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt #

add lecselan 4

 

ELANName(ELAN004)

:

LESAddress(39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:22:80:00:20:D4:14:22:84:02):

ELANType(802.3)

 

:

MTU(1516)

 

:

switch_prompt #

 

 

switch_prompt #

show elan 4

 

ELAN 4

 

 

===========================================================================

ELAN Number

: 4

LECS Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:22:80:00:20:D4:14:22:80:01

LES Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:22:80:00:20:D4:14:22:84:02

ELAN Name

: ELAN004

ELAN Type

: 802.3

MTU

: 1516

Connection Method: SVC

Distribute VPI/VCI: 0/147

Distribute

Method:

PROXY

Multipoint

:

YES

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

Exit

Use Exit to disconnect your console connection from the switch.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

exit

Parameters

There are no parameters for this command. Just type exit at the switch prompt.

Description

Operator

Permission

Description

 

 

 

exit

[exit] <exit>

 

All

This command closes your console connection. Enter this command when you are finished with a console session. If you do not exit your session, the switch remains unavailable to anyone else.

Example

switch_prompt # exit

Exiting SmartCell 2X Command Console

SmartCell 2X version 1.2(c) Cabletron Systems, Inc.

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Console Commands

Firmware

Use Firmware to re-programthe switch application software when you want to perform a switch upgrade.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

update

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ServerIP]

IP address of server with the updated image

dot decimal/

Last IP address

 

files.

7-15characters

 

[Path]

Full pathname from server (directory) to image

n/a

last path used

 

files.

 

 

Description

Operator Parameters/Permissions Description

update

[Server IP] <serverip>

firmware

[Path] <path>

 

Administrator

Updates the switch software (for example, when upgrading your switch). You must know the full pathname of these updated image files. The switch uses the TFTP protocol, so it needs to be implemented on your server to complete this command. You must then reboot your switch (see “Reboot”) for the new firmware to take effect. Reboot will not affect your previous network configuration.

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Console Commands

Example

SmartCell ZX # update firmware

ServerIP()

:204.95.77.240

Path() :server/server.ima

 

You are updating the code image in the flash.

Are you sure this is what you want to do?

Confirm(y/n)?:y

Verifying bootfile server/server.ima on 204.95.77.240...passed. Erasing Flash.

Using TFTP to get and program bootfile server/server.ima from 204.95.77.240. 2787K (2854508 bytes) received.

Flash update succeeded.

You will have to reboot for the new image to take effect. SmartCell ZX #

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Console Commands

History

Use History to view the last five commands you entered. Enter History if you want to use one of those commands again.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

history

Parameters

This command has no parameters. Just type history at the switch prompt.

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

history [history] <history>

All

This command displays the five most recently entered commands. It also displays an index number you can select to invoke the listed command. To repeat any of the commands listed by history, type !<indexnumber>. For example, to repeatpasswd in the following example, type!4.

Example

switch_prompt #

history

5-

modify prompt

4-

passwd

 

3-

show privilege

2-

enable

 

1-

history

 

switch_prompt #

!4

switch_prompt #

passwd

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Console Commands

IISPRoute

Use IISPRoute (interim inter-switchsignaling protocol) to manipulate the IISP routes configured on the switch (see “UNIRoute” for further routing commands).

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

add, delete, show, flush

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ATMAddress]

ATM address assigned to the port, client, or server.

13-20bytehex-based/

NONE

 

 

Up to 59 characters

 

[PortNumber]

Port number on the switch.

A1...A4, B1...B3,

A1

 

 

C1...C4, D1...D4

 

[Metric]

Metric value. Used when the next hop is

1-5

1

 

accessible through various parallel links. If there

 

 

 

are two IISP routes to a destination, every time a

 

 

 

call setup arrives, it is routed using one of the

 

 

 

parallel IISP routes, alternatively. You can specify

 

 

 

the number of times each route is used in a row by

 

 

 

the metric variable.

 

 

[EntryIndex]

Index into the IISP route table for the IISP ATM

2 characters

0

 

address entry.

 

 

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Length]

Address length in number of bits. IISP allows you to enter any number of bits. Only

 

multiples of a byte (an even number of bits) can be entered and the calculated address

 

length is displayed.

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Console Commands

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

add [ATMAddress] <iispatmaddress> iisproute[PortNumber] <portnumber>

[Metric] <metric>

Administrator

Creates an IISP routing entry to the switch. These entries usually use a 13-bytenetprefix ATM address. Routing between switches is decided at each segment of the path by determining a best match of the destination address in the call setup with address entries in the IISP routing table. When a signaling request arrives across an IISP or UNI link, the switch checks the destination ATM address against the entries in the IISP address prefix table and selects the port with the longest prefix match. The IISP table is configured with a set of address prefixes that areaccessible-eachIISP port on the switch.

delete

[EntryIndex] <entryindex>

Removes an IISP route. Enter show iisproute before entering

iisproute

Administrator

this command to display information you will need as input.

 

 

show

Administrator

Displays the configured IISP routes with their UNI ATM

iisproute

 

addresses on the switch.

flush

All

Flushes the IISP route addresses from the switch.

iisproute

 

 

You can create a default IISP route if you enter only the port number and a weighting value [Metric] for the route (see Examples below). You can set multiple local configurations to choose one of the parallel links for next-hoprouting. A weight of “1” assigned to all parallel routes mandates alternative routing in around-robinfashion. In other words, given parallel routes, based on best address matching, use the weighting to decide which route to use. If, however, there is no best address match, then use the default route. If you define more than one default route, you can weight them differently, so there is a calculated decision, instead ofround-robin.

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Console Commands

Examples

switch_prompt

#

add iisproute

AtmAddress()

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:33

PortNumber(A1):

 

 

Metric(1)

:

 

 

switch_prompt

#

add iisproute

AtmAddress()

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:44

PortNumber(A1):

 

 

Metric(1)

:

2

 

switch_prompt

#

add iisproute

AtmAddress()

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:55

PortNumber(A1):

 

 

Metric(1)

:

3

 

switch_prompt

#

add iisproute

AtmAddress()

:

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:66

PortNumber(A1):

a2

 

Metric(1)

:

2

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

switch_prompt #

show iisproute

EntryNum PortNum

Metric Length ATM Address

============================================================================

0

A1

1

104

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:33

1

A1

2

104

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:44

2

A1

3

104

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:55

3

A2

2

104

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:66

switch_prompt

#

delete iisproute

EntryIndex(0)

 

 

: 0

PortNum

:

A1

 

 

Metric

:

1

 

 

Length

:

104

 

ATM Address : 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:33

Confirm(y/n)?:y

 

 

switch_prompt

#

 

 

switch_prompt

#

show iisproute

EntryNum

PortNum

Metric Length ATM Address

============================================================================

1

A1

2

104

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:44

2

A1

3

104

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:55

3

A2

2

104

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:66

switch_prompt # flush iisproute

Confirm(y/n)?:y switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show iisproute

EntryNum PortNum Metric Length ATM Address

============================================================================

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

ILMIAdminStatus

Use ILMIAdminStatus (integrated local management interface administration status) to control the operation of the ILMI protocol on every port on the switch.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

modify, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[PortNumber]

Port number on the switch.

ALL, A1...A4,

ALL

 

 

B1...B3, C1...C4,

 

 

 

D1...D4

 

[ILMIAdminStatus]

Enables or disables ILMI administration status for

enable, disable

enable

 

a specific port.

 

 

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify

[PortNumber] <portnumber>

ilmiadminstatus

[ILMIAdminStatus]

 

<enable/disable>

 

Administrator

show

[PortNumber] <portnumber>

ilmiadminstatus

All

 

Enables or disables ILMI on a specific port or all ports. Disable ILMI on the port if the device to which it is connected does not support ILMI or does not support a function (such as signaling).

Displays the status of ILMI as enabled or disabled on a per-portbasis. This tells you if ILMI is running or not.

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Console Commands

Examples

switch_prompt # modify ilmiadminstatus

PortNum :( ALL ): a1

IlmiAdminStatus :( enable ): disable switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show ilmiadminstatus

PortNum :( ALL ):

Port# ILMI Admin Status

===========================================================================

A1

disable

A2

enable

A3

enable

A4

enable

B1

enable

B2

enable

B3

enable

switch_prompt #

 

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Console Commands

IPAddress

Use IPAddress to change IP addresses of the Ethernet port and IP netmask on the switch.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

modify

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[IPAddress]

IP address of the Ethernet port.

dot decimal/

NONE

 

 

7-15characters

 

[IPNetMask]

IP netmask of the Ethernet port. Defaults to

dot decimal/

255.0.0.0,

 

the appropriate netmask, based on the class of

7-15characters

255.255.0.0 or

 

the IP address. Calculated from the first two

 

255.255.255.0.

 

high bits of the IP address, so it is either

 

 

 

255.0.0.0, 255.255.0.0, or 255.255.255.0.

 

 

 

Must be specified only if IP subnets are being

 

 

 

used.

 

 

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

 

modify

[IPAddress]

<ipaddress>

Sets the IP address of the Ethernet port and the IP netmask.

ipaddress

[IPNetMask]

<ipnetmask>

You should accept the IP netmask default unless you are

 

Administrator

experienced with configuring IP subnets.

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Console Commands

Example

switch_prompt # modify ipaddress

IPAddress(200.30.72.122) : 1.1.1.11

IPNetMask(255.255.255.0) :

Confirm(y/n)?: y

Changing IP Address on System. Telnet Session (if any) will be lost. switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

IPATMARP

Use IPATMARP (IP over ATM address resolution protocol) to see IP/ATM ARP server tables. Unlike LANE client or IP/ATM (IP over ATM) client ARP tables (see show clientarp), these ARP entries are registered with the IP/ATM ARP server.

SERVER SVC

X

Operator

show

Parameter

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ClientNumber]

Number of the client.

0-127

ALL

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Descriptions

 

 

 

show

[ClientNumber] <clientnumber>

This command displays the ARP entries associated with

ipatmarp

All

active IP/ATM clients which are IP/ATM servers.

 

 

Example

switch_prompt # show ipatmarp

ClientNumber(ALL):

IP/ATM Server 1 ARP Table

IP Address ATM Address

============================================================================

11.1.1.3 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:22:80:00:00:0B:01:01:03:00

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

IPATMClient

Use IPATMClient (IP over (/) ATM client) to manipulate either local IP/ATM clients or IP/ATM clients acting as an IP/ATM server, or if you want to configure an IP/ATM client on the IP/ATM server itself.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

add, modify, (show client)

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Console Commands

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ClientNumber]

Number of the client.

0-127

ALL

[ServerType]

IP/ATM server type.

LOCAL,

NONE

 

 

EXTERNAL, NONE

 

[ServerAddress]

ATM address of the IP/ATM server. If

13-20bytehex-based/

NONE

 

[ServerType]states NONE or LOCAL, then

Up to 59 characters

 

 

accept the default. LOCAL means the client

 

 

 

also acts as an IP/ATM server for that VLAN

 

 

 

(virtual LAN). If [ServerType]states

 

 

 

EXTERNAL, enter the ATM address of the

 

 

 

external server.

 

 

[IPAddress]

IP address of the client.

dot decimal/

NONE

 

 

7-15characters

 

[NetMask]

IP netmask of the client. This parameter defaults

dot decimal/

255.0.0.0,

 

to the appropriate netmask, based on the class of

7-15characters

255.255.0.0 or

 

IP address. Must be specified only if IP subnets

 

255.255.255.0

 

are being used. Calculated from the first two

 

 

 

high bits of the IP address, so it is either

 

 

 

255.0.0.0, 255.255.0.0, or 255.255.255.0. With

 

 

 

less address left, you have fewer bits to use to

 

 

 

define subnets.

 

 

[MTU]

Maximum transfer unit assigned for this client.

64 to 10160

9180

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Console Commands

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

add [ClientNumber] <clientnumber> ipatmclient[ServerType] <servertype>

[ServerAddress]

<serveraddress>

[IPAddress] <ipaddress>

[NetMask] <netmask>

[MTU] <maxtransferunit>

Administrator

modify [ClientNumber] <clientnumber> ipatmclient[ServerType] <servertype>

[ServerAddress]

<serveraddress>

[IPAddress] <ipaddress>

[NetMask] <netmask>

[MTU] <maxtransferunit>

Administrator

show client [ClientNumber] <clientnumber>

All

Creates a new IP/ATM client to the switch. If the circuits in this VLAN (virtual LAN) are SVCs, (switched virtual circuits) and you want to use this client as the ARP server, enter local for the server type. If you do not want to use this client as the ARP server, enterexternal as the server type, and use the address of any configured ARP server as the server address. If adding an IP/ATM client in aPVC-onlyenvironment, enternone for the server type.

Modifies an existing local IP/ATM client on the switch.

Displays all or specified clients on the switch. Enter show client to establish the activity of all the different client types on the switch. See “Client” for details.

Examples

switch_prompt #

add

ipatmclient

ClientNumber(0)

 

:

50

ServerType(NONE)

 

: local

ServerAddr()

 

:

 

IpAddr()

 

: 101.1.1.50

NetMask(255.0.0.0):

 

MTU(9180)

 

:

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

switch_prompt #

add

ipatmclient

ClientNumber(0)

:

1

 

ServerType(NONE): external

ServerAddress()

:39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:2F:00:00:00:0A:01:01:02:00

IPAddress()

: 10.1.1.1

NetMask(255.0.0.0):

 

MTU(9180)

:

 

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

switch_prompt #

add

ipatmclient

ClientNumber(0)

 

:

60

ServerType(NONE)

 

:

 

ServerAddr()

 

:

 

IpAddr()

 

: 101.1.1.60

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Console Commands

NetMask(255.0.0.0):

MTU(9180) : switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # modify ipatmclient

ClientNumber(0) : 50

ServerType(LOCAL) :

ServerAddr() :

IpAddr(101.1.1.50): 101.1.1.150

NetMask(255.0.0.0):

MTU(9180) :

switch_prompt # show client

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

IPATMPVC

Use IPATMPVC (IP over ATM permanent virtual circuit) to manipulate IP/ATM PVC clients on a PVC IP/ATM VLAN (virtual LAN).

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

add, delete, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ClientNumber]

Number of the client.

0-127

ALL

[DestinationIP]

Destination IP address of external IP/ATM client.

dot decimal/

NONE

 

 

7-15characters

 

[DestinationVPI]

VPI on port B4 to reach a particular IP/ATM

0-maximum

0

 

client.

 

 

[DestinationVCI]

VCI on port B4 to reach a particular IP/ATM

0-maximum

33

 

client.

 

 

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[IPAddress]

IP address of the client.

[VPI/VCI]

VPI/VCI values of control direct VCC or multicast send VCC.

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Console Commands

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

add [ClientNumber] <clientnumber> ipatmpvc[DestinationIP]

<destinationIP>

[DestinationVPI]<destinationVP

I> [DestinationVCI]<destinationVC

I>

Creates an IP/ATM PVC. To achieve this, you must first enter add pvc (see “PVC” for more details), and thenadd ipatmclient for a new client (see “IPATMClient” for more details). You can then enteradd ipatmpvc.

 

Administrator

 

delete

[ClientNumber] <clientnumber>

Removes the specified IP/ATM PVC.

ipatmpvc

[DestinationIP]

 

 

<destinationIP>

 

 

Administrator

 

show

[ClientNumber] <clientnumber>

Displays the details of an IP/ATM PVC.

ipatmpvc

Administrator

 

 

 

Examples

switch_prompt #add pvc

 

 

 

 

 

ConnType(PTP)

 

 

 

 

:

 

 

LowPort(A1)

 

 

 

 

:

 

 

LowVPI(0)

 

 

 

 

:

 

 

LowVCI(33)

 

 

 

 

: 130

 

 

HighPort(A1)

 

 

 

 

: b4

 

 

HighVPI(0)

 

 

 

 

:

 

 

HighVCI(34)

 

 

 

 

: 130

 

 

Fwd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

iptorIndex(1)

 

 

:

 

 

 

 

BkwTrafficDescriptorIndex(1)

 

:

 

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

 

 

switch_prompt #show pvc all

 

 

 

 

 

CrossConnectId(ALL)

 

 

 

:

 

 

Conn

Conn

Traffic

Conn

 

Low

 

High

Admin

Id

SubId

Type

Type

Port

VPI/VCI

Port

VPI/VCI

Status

===========================================================================

134

138 UBR

PTP

A1

0/130

B4(CPU)

0/130

UP

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

 

 

switch_prompt #add ipatmclient

 

 

 

 

ClientNumber(0)

 

 

 

:

 

 

ServerType(NONE)

 

 

 

:

 

 

ServerAddress()

 

 

 

:

 

 

IPAddress()

 

 

 

: 10.1.1.2

 

 

NetMask(255.0.0.0)

 

 

 

:

 

 

MTU(9180)

 

 

 

:

 

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Console Commands

switch_prompt

#show

client 0

IP/ATM Client

0

 

 

===========================================================================

Client State

 

: Operational

Client Address

 

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:22:80:00:00:0A:01:01:02:00

Server

 

: is none

MTU

 

: 9180

IP Address

 

: 10.1.1.2

IP NetMask

 

: 255.0.0.0

switch_prompt

#

 

 

switch_prompt

#add ipatmpvc

ClientNumber(0)

 

:

DestinationIP()

 

: 10.1.1.7

DestinationVPI(0)

:

DestinationVCI(33)

: 130

switch_prompt

#

 

 

switch_prompt

#show ipatmpvc 0

IP/ATM Client

0

PVC Table

IP Address

 

 

VPI/VCI

===========================================================================

10.1.1.7

0/130

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt #

delete ipatmpvc

ClientNumber(0)

:

DestinationIP()

: 10.1.1.7

Confirm(y/n)?: y

 

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt #

show ipatmpvc

IP/ATM Client 0

PVC Table

IP Address

VPI/VCI

===========================================================================

10.1.1.7 0/130 switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

IPATMStat

Use IPATMStat (IP over ATM statistics) to view details of the IP/ATM (IP over ATM) client server.

SERVER SVC

X

Operator

show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ClientNumber]

Number of the client.

0-127

ALL

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[ARP Requests Recvd]

ARP requests from a client received by the server.

[ARP Replies Sent]

ARP replies from the server sent to the client.

[INARP Requests Sent]

Inverse ARP requests from the server sent to the client.

[INARP Replies Recvd]

Inverse ARP replies from a client received by the server.

[INARP Unreachables]

Inverse ARP unreachable clients.

[INARP NAKs]

Number of inverse ARP NAKs received.

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Console Commands

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show

[ClientNumber] <clientnumber>

Displays statistics associated with the IP/ATM client server.

ipatmstat

All

 

 

 

Examples

switch_prompt # show ipatmstat

ClientNumber(ALL):

Client ArpReqs ArpReps ArpUnrch ArpNaks

===========================================================================

50

0

0

0

0

51

0

0

0

0

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

switch_prompt # show ipatmstat 50

Stats for IP/ATM server 50

===========================================================================

ARP Requests Recvd

:

0

ARP Replies Sent

:

0

InARP Requests Sent :

0

InARP Replies Recvd

:

0

InARP Unreachables

:

0

InARP NAKs

:

0

switch_prompt #

 

 

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Console Commands

LANEClient

Use LANEClient (local area network emulation client) to allow inband management of LANE clients on the switch.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

add, modify, (show client)

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ClientNumber]

Number of the client.

0-127

ALL

[LanName]

Name of the ELAN for this client to join.

Up to 32 characters

ELAN000

[ServerType]

Type of LANE server.

LECS, LES

LECS

[ServerAddress]

ATM Address of the LANE server or

13-20bytehex-based/

Registered LECS

 

LECS. If at a local server, enter the switch

Up to 59 characters

address

 

ATM address.

 

 

[IPAddress]

IP address of the client.

dot decimal/

NONE

 

 

7-15characters

 

[NetMask]

IP netmask of the client. Defaults to the

dot decimal/

255.0.0.0,

 

appropriate netmask, based on the class of

7-15characters

255.255.0.0, or

 

the IP address. Calculated from the first

 

255.255.255.0.

 

two high bits of the IP address, so it is either

 

 

 

255.0.0.0, 255.255.0.0, or 255.255.255.0.

 

 

 

Must be specified only if IP subnets are

 

 

 

being used.

 

 

[MTU]

Maximum transfer unit for this client.

1516, 9234, NONE

1516

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Console Commands

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

add [ClientNumber] <clientnumber> laneclient[LanName] <lanname>

[ServerType] <servertype>

[ServerAddress]

<serveraddress>

[IPAddress] <ipaddress>

[NetMask] <netmask>

[MTU] <maxtransferunit>

Administrator

modify [ClientNumber] <clientnumber> laneclient[LanName] <lanname>

[ServerType] <servertype>

[ServerAddress]

<serveraddress>

[IPAddress] <ipaddress>

[NetMask] <netmask>

[MTU] <maxtransferunit>

Administrator

show client [ClientNumber] <clientnumber>

All

Creates a new LANE (LAN emulation) client to the switch. Add a LANE client if you want to access the switch command console using LANE.

Changes an existing LANE client on the switch.

Displays all or specified clients on the switch. Enter show client to establish the different client types on the switch. See “Client” for further details.

Examples

switch_prompt # add laneclient

ClientNumber(0) :100

LanName(ELAN100):

ServerType(LECS):

ServerAddress() :39:00:00:00:00:00:11:11:11:11:11:11:11:00:11:22:22:44:55:01

IPAddress() :101.1.1.100

NetMask(255.0.0.0): MTU(1516) : switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # modify laneclient

ClientNumber(0) : 100

LanName(ELAN100): New100

ServerType(LECS):

ServerAddress() :39:00:00:00:00:00:11:11:11:11:11:11:11:00:11:22:22:44:55:01

IPAddress(101.1.1.100):

NetMask(255.0.0.0): MTU(1516) : switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

LECS

Use LECS (local area network emulation configuration server) to manage the operational status of the LECS on the network.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

start, stop

Parameters

This command has no parameters. Just type start lecs orstop lecs at the switch prompt.

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

start lecs

Administrator

Starts an LECS not previously started. If you have stopped an

 

 

LECS, you must restart it before adding ELANs to the LECS

 

 

or clients to the ELAN. You normally keep only one LECS in

 

 

your network, across all VLANs, ELANs, and switches.

 

 

Creating more than one LECS functionally splits the network

 

 

unless the databases are fully replicated.

stop lecs

Administrator

Shuts down the LECS on the local switch.

The status of the LECS setting is persistent, so if you reboot the switch while you have the LECS stopped, the LECS will continue to be stopped, even after rebooting.You have to manually start the LECS again.

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Console Commands

Examples

switch_prompt # start lecs

NOTICE - 'LECS' ***** LECS started *****

switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # stop lecs

NOTICE - 'LECS' ***** LECS exiting *****

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

LECSAddress

Use LECSAddress (LAN emulation configuration server ATM address) to configure addresses on the switch. This address identifies the LECS on the network that will be contacted for information when LAN emulation is used. While there can be many switches in a network, there should be only one active LECS, with the LECS address on each switch being configured to point to that LECS.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

add, delete, modify, show

Parameter

Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[LECSAddress]

ATM address given to the LECS.

13-20bytehex-based/

Registered LECS address

 

 

Up to 59 characters

 

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

add [LECSAddress] <lecsaddr>

lecsaddress

Administrator

Defines the LECS ATM address to be used by LANE clients. If a local LECS is running, this address is automatically set to this LECS. If another LECS is to be used, stop the local LECS and add the new LECS ATM address. Remember that you can have only one LECS in an ATM network.

delete Administrator

lecsaddress

modify [LECSAddress] <lecsaddr>

lecsaddress

Administrator

Removes the LECS ATM address from the switch.

Modifies the ATM address of the LECS. Enter modify lecsaddress if the LECS is not on the local switch and you want to redirect the LECS requests to another switch. To make your modification permanent between reboots, be sure to stop the LECS before entering this command.

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Console Commands

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show

All

Displays the currently configured LECS ATM address on the

lecsaddress

 

network.

Examples

switch_prompt # add lecsaddress

LECSAddress :39:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:33:44:55:66:77:11:22:33:44:55:66:01switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # delete lecsaddress

Confirm? (y/n): y switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # modify lecsaddress

LECSAddress (39:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:33:44:55:66:77:11:22:33:44:55:66:01):

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:33:44:55:66:00:20:D4:14:15:00:01

switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show lecsaddress

LECS Address

===========================================================================

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:33:44:55:66:00:20:D4:14:15:00:01 switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

LECSELAN

Use LECSELAN (LAN emulation configuration server emulated LAN) to manage the LECS entries on the ELAN.

SERVER SVC

X

Operators

add, delete, modify, show

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ELANNumber]

Number of the ELAN to which LECS belongs.

0 - 127

0

[ELANName]

Name of ELAN to which LECS belongs.

Up to 32 characters

ELAN000

[LESAddress]

LES address of the ELAN to which LECS belongs.

13-20bytehex-based/

NONE

 

 

59 characters

 

[ELANType]

The data-linktype used by the ELAN.

802.3 (Ethernet)

802.3

 

 

802.5 (TokenRing)

 

[MTU]

Maximum transfer unit for the clients joining this

1516 or 9234 (Ethernet)

1516 or 4544

 

ELAN.

4544 (Token Ring)

 

[TLVSet]

The TLV (type, length, and value) set number (set of

1-32767

n/a

 

TLV parameters) corresponding to the members

 

 

 

joining this ELAN.

 

 

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Console Commands

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

add [ELANNumber] <elannumber> lecselan[ELANName] <elanname>

[LESAddress] <lesatmaddress>

[ELANType] <elantype>

[MTU] <maxframesize>

[TLVSet] <tlvsetid>

Administrator

delete [ELANNumber] <elannumber>

lecselan

Administrator

modify [ELANNumber] <elannumber> lecselan[ELANName] <elanname>

[LESAddress] <lesatmaddress>

[ELANType] <elantype>

[MTU] <maxframesize>

[TLVSet] <tlvsetid>

Administrator

Creates a specified ELAN on the LECS. Enter add lecselan to add an ELAN the longway—withthe

leselan, and add lecselancommands. Enter show elan

before this command to display the LES address to be added to the LECS.

Removes an existing ELAN from the LECS.

Modifies the parameters of a specified ELAN on the LECS by deleting and then recreating the ELAN. Enter modify lecselan if you are moving an ELAN and have a new LES and BUS ATM address to assign to the ELAN, or if you want to change the ELAN type. The [ElanNumber] parameter is the key field for finding the correct ELAN.

show

[ELANNumber] <elannumber>

Displays a specified ELAN configuration on the LECS.

lecselan

All

 

 

 

Examples

switch_prompt #

add lecselan

 

ELANNumber(0)

 

: 4

ELANName(ELAN004)

:

LESAddress(39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:04:02):

ELANType(802.3)

 

:

MTU(1516)

 

:

TLVSet()

 

:

switch_prompt #

 

 

switch_prompt #

delete lecselan

 

ELANNumber(0)

 

: 4

ELAN 4 Configured on LECS

============================================================================

ELAN Number

: 4

ELAN Name

: ELAN004

LES Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:04:02

ELAN Type

: 802.3

MTU

: 1516

Confirm(y/n)?:y

 

switch_prompt #

 

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Console Commands

switch_prompt # modify lecselan

 

ELANNumber(0)

:

ELANName(elan1)

:

LESAddress(39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:02):

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:04

ELANType(802.3)

:

MTU(1516)

:

TLVSet()

:

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt #

show lecselan

ELANNumber(ALL)

:

All the ELANs Configured on the LECS

============================================================================

ELAN Number

: 0

ELAN Name

: elan1

LES Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:04

ELAN Type

: 802.3

MTU

: 1516

switch_prompt #

 

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Console Commands

LECSELANLEC

Use LECSELANLEC (LAN emulation configuration server emulated LAN LANE client) to manage the way LANE clients are assigned to a specified ELAN on the LECS.

SERVER SVC

X

Operators

add, delete, modify, show

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[LECAddress]

ATM address of the LANE client.

13-20bytehex-based/

n/a

 

 

Up to 59 characters

 

[MACAddress/

MAC (media access control) address/Route

SegId: 0-4095

n/a

RouteDesc]

Descriptor of the LANE client.

Bridge Num: 0-15

 

[ELANNumber]

Number of the ELAN to which the LECS

0-127

0

 

belongs.

 

 

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Console Commands

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

add [LECAddress] <clientatmaddress> lecselanlec[MACAddress/RouteDesc]

<clientmacaddress/routedescriptor>

[ELANNumber] <elannumber>

Administrator

Adds a LANE client to an existing ELAN on the LECS. The client must have a unique ATM and MAC address for an entry to be accepted. You do not have to specify both addresses, but whatever you specify has to be unique. These addresses must be added before entering this command because you cannot modify these address parameters once they are set. If modification is needed, you must first enter delete lecselanlec, and then create another LECSELANLEC by

entering add lecselanlec.

delete

[LECAddress/MACAddress/RouteDesc]

Removes a LANE client entry from an existing

lecselanlec

<clientatm/macaddress/routedescriptor>

ELAN on the LECS. The length of the address

 

Administrator

(ATM, MAC, Route Descriptor) that you specify

 

 

determines which LANE client entry is deleted.

modify

[LECAddress/MACAddress/RouteDesc]

Changes the ELAN number of the

lecselanlec

<clientatm/macaddress/routedescriptor>

LECSELANLEC. You cannot modify the LECS

 

[ELANNumber] <elannumber>

address, MAC address or Route Descriptor. The

 

 

 

Administrator

[LECAddress/MACAddress/RouteDesc] input

 

 

parameter functions only as a pointer to the

 

 

relevant ELAN, so you can change the number of

 

 

the ELAN. That is the only thing you can modify

 

 

with this command. The only way to modify the

 

 

LECSELANLEC is to enter delete lecselanlec

 

 

and then enter add lecselanlec, adding the new

 

 

addresses within that command.

show [ELANNumber] <elannumber>

lecselanlec

All

Displays the LANE clients configured on an existing ELAN on the LECS. You can see the ATM and MAC addresses of LANE clients by entering this command.

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Console Commands

Examples

switch_prompt # add lecselanlec

LECAddress: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:7B:00:00:20:D4:14:7B:00:01

MACAddress/RouteDesc: 01:02:03:04:05:06

ELANNumber(0):1 switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # delete lecselanlec

LECAddress/MACddress/RouteDesc(): 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:05:80:11:22:33:44:55:66:00

ELANNum :10

Confirm(y/n): y switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show lecselanlec

ELANNumber(ALL): 1

Elan# MacAddr/RouteDesc LECAddress

============================================================================

101:02:03:04:05:06

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:7B:00:00:20:D4:14:7B:00:01

switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # modify lecselanlec

LECAddress/MACddress/RouteDesc: 01:02:03:04:05:06

ELANNumber(0): 2 switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show lecselanlec

ELANNumber(ALL): 2

Elan# MacAddr/RouteDesc LECAddress

============================================================================

201:02:03:04:05:06

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:14:7B:00:00:20:D4:14:7B:00:01

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

LECSStat

Use LECSStat (LAN emulation configuration server statistics) to see statistical information about incoming configuration requests to the LECS.

SERVER SVC

X

Operator

show

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Console Commands

Parameters

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Successful Configuration

Number of successful configuration requests.

Requests]

 

[Bad Configuration Requests]

Number of bad configuration requests.

[Invalid Request Parameters]

Number of configuration requests with invalid request parameters.

[Insufficient Resources]

Number of configuration requests LECS could not process due to insufficient

 

resources.

[Access Denied]

Number of configuration requests for which LECS denied access to assign an

 

ELAN.

[Invalid Requester Ids]

Number of configuration requests with invalid requester IDs.

[Invalid Destination]

Number of configuration requests with an invalid destination address.

[Invalid Address]

Number of configuration requests with an invalid MAC/ATM address.

[LEC Configs]

Number of LANE client configuration requests for which LECS could not

 

find configuration.

[Configuration Errors]

Number of configuration request errors.

[Insufficient Information]

Number of configuration requests with insufficient information.

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Console Commands

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show

All

Displays statistical information about configuration requests

lecstat

 

to the LECS.

Example

switch_prompt # show lecsstat

Statistics on LECS

===========================================================================

Successful Configuration Requests

: 3

Bad Configuration Requests

: 0

Invalid Request Parameters

: 1

Insufficient Resources

: 0

Access Denied

: 0

Invalid Requester Ids

: 0

Invalid Destination

: 0

Invalid Address

: 0

LEC Configs

: 0

Configuration Errors

: 0

Insufficient Information

: 0

switch_prompt #

 

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Console Commands

LECSTLVParam

Use LECSTLVParam (LAN emulation configuration server type, length, and value parameters) to remove a specific TLV parameter from the TLV set on the LECS.

SERVER SVC

X

Operator

delete

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[TLVSetNumber]

Number that identifies TLV parameters set in the

1-32767

1

 

LECS.

 

 

[TLVIndex]

Number that identifies the specific TLV in the TLV

1-15

1

 

set.

 

 

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

delete [TLVSetNumber] <tlvsetnumber>

lecstlvpara [TLVIndex] <tlvindex>

m

Administrator

Removes a TLV parameter from a TLV set on the LECS. Use show lecstlvset before entering this command, so you know the index number of the TLV parameter you want to delete.

Examples

The show lecstlvset example is used here to show howdelete lecstlvparam works. Observe that [2] inshow lecstlvset is [Max Unknown Frame Time]. That is why [Max Unknown Frame Time] appears indelete lecstlvparam when “2” is entered at the [TLVIndex] prompt.

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Console Commands

switch_prompt # show lecstlvset

 

TlvsetNumber(ALL)

:2

TlvIndex TlvDescription

Value

===========================================================================

TLVSet 2 :

 

 

1

Control Timeout

200

2

Max Unknown Frame Time

4

6

Arp Aging Time

250

7

Forward Delay

30

switch_prompt #

 

 

switch_prompt # delete

lecstlvparam

 

TlvsetNumber()

: 2

 

TlvIndex()

: 2

 

TLVIndex

TLVDescription

Value

============================================================================

2

Max Unknown Frame Count

4

Confirm(y/n)?:y

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

LECSTLVSet

Use LECSTLVSet (LAN emulation configuration server type, length, and value set) to manipulate TLV parameters on the LECS. A TLV set is a collection of TLV parameters associated with an ELAN (emulated LAN).

SERVER SVC

X

Operators

add, delete, modify, show

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[TLVSetNumber]

Number that identifies the set of TLV

1-32767

1

 

parameters on the LECS.

 

 

[ControlTimeout]

Time-outperiod used for timing out most

seconds/10-300

n/a

 

request/response control-frame

 

 

 

interactions.

 

 

[MaxUnknownFrameCount]

Total counter frames a LANE client will

1-10

n/a

 

send to the LECS for a given unicast LAN

 

 

 

destination.

 

 

[MaxUnknownFrameTime]

Total time frames a LANE client will send

seconds/1-160

n/a

 

the LECS for a given unicast LAN

 

 

 

destination.

 

 

[VCCTimeout]

Time-outperiod for releasing a data direct

seconds/0-65535

n/a

 

VCC on an LEC if it has not been used to

 

 

 

transmit or receive any data.

 

 

[MaxRetryCount]

Maximum number of times a LEC should

0-2

n/a

 

try for a given LAN destination.

 

 

[ArpAgingTime]

Maximum time that a LEC maintains an

seconds/10-300

n/a

 

entry in its cache in the absence of updates.

 

 

[ForwardDelay]

Maximum time a LEC will maintain an

seconds/4--30

n/a

 

entry for a non-localMAC address in its

 

 

 

cache in the absence of updates.

 

 

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Console Commands

Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ArpResponseTime]

Maximum time that the LEC expects a

seconds/1-30

n/a

 

request/response cycle to take.

 

 

[FlushTimeout]

Time limit on flush response after flush

seconds/1-4

n/a

 

request has been sent, before taking

 

 

 

recovery action.

 

 

[PathSwitchingDelay]

Time since sending a frame to the LECS

seconds/1-8

n/a

 

after which the LANE client may assume

 

 

 

that the frame has been either discarded or

 

 

 

delivered to the recipient.

 

 

[LocalSegId]

Segment ID of the ELAN.

seconds/0-4095

n/a

[MulticastSendVCCType]

Signaling parameter used by the LEC when

0-2

n/a

 

establishing multicast send VCC.

 

 

[MulticastSendVCCAvgRate]

Signaling parameter used by the LEC when

cells p/second/

n/a

 

establishing multicast send VCC.

0-370370

 

[MulticastSendVCCPeakRate]

Signaling parameter used by the LEC when

cells p/second/

n/a

 

establishing multicast send VCC.

0-370370

 

[ConnectionCompeteTime]

Time period in which data or a message is

seconds/

n/a

 

expected from a calling party when

1-10

 

 

establishing a connection.

 

 

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Console Commands

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

add

lecstlvset

delete lecstlvset

modify lecstlvset

[TLVSetNumber] <tlvsetnumber> [ControlTimeout] <controltimeout> [MaxUnknownFrameCount] <maxunknframecount> [MaxUnknownFrameTime] <maxunknframetime> [VCCTimeout] <vcctimeout>

[MaxRetryCount] <maxretrycount> [ArpAgingTime] <arpagingtime> [ForwardDelay] <forwarddelay> [ArpResponseTime] <arpresponsetime> [FlushTimeout] <flushtimeout> [PathSwitchingDelay] <pathswitchingdelay> [LocalSegId] <localsegid> [MulticastSendVCCType]<m/castsendvcctype>

[MulticastSendVCCAvgRate] <m/sendvccavgrate> [MulticastSendVCCPeakRate]

<m/castsendvccpeakrate>

[ConnectionCompeteTime]

<connectioncompetetime>

Administrator

[TLVSetNumber] <tlvsetnumber>

Administrator

[TLVSetNumber] <tlvsetnumber> [ControlTimeout] <controltimeout> [MaxUnknownFrameCount]<maxunknframecount> [MaxUnknownFrameTime]<maxunknframetime> [VCCTimeout] <vcctimeout> [MaxRetryCount] <maxretrycount> [ArpAgingTime] <arpagingtime> [ForwardDelay] <forwarddelay> [ArpResponseTime] <arpresponsetime> [FlushTimeout] <flushtimeout> [PathSwitchingDelay] <pathswitchingdelay> [LocalSegId] <localsegid>

[MulticastSendVCCType] <m/castsendvcctype> [MulticastSendVCCAvgRate] <m/castsendvccavgrate> [MulticastSendVCCPeakRate] <m/castsendvccpeakrate> [ConnectionCompeteTime] <connectioncompetetime>

Creates a TLV set on the LECS.

Removes a TLV set from the LECS.

Changes an existing TLV set on the LECS.

Administrator

show [TLVSetNumber] <tlvsetnumber>

lecstlvset

All

Displays either all or a specified TLV set on the LECS.

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Console Commands

Examples

switch_prompt # add lecstlvset

 

TLVSetNumber[1-32767](1)

: 3

ControlTimeout[10-300]()

: 200

MaxUnknownFrameCount[1-10]()

: 5

MaxUnknownFrameTime[1-60]()

: 50

VCCTimeout[0-65535]()

: 50000

MaxRetryCount[0-2]()

: 1

ArpAgingTime[10-300]()

: 250

ForwardDelay[4-30]()

: 27

ArpResponseTime[1-30]()

: 27

FlushTimeout[1-4]()

: 2

PathSwitchingDelay[1-8]()

: 2

LocalSegId[0-4095]()

: 2000

MulticastSendVCCType[0-2]()

: 1

MulticastSendVCCAvgRate[0-370370]()

:

MulticastSendVCCPeakRate[0-370370]()

:

ConnectionCompeteTime[1-10]()

: 8

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt # delete lecstlvset

 

TlvsetNumber(1): 2

 

TlvIndex TlvDescription

Value

===========================================================================

TLVSet 2 :

 

 

 

1

Control Timeout

 

200

3

Max Unknown Frame Time

2

6

Arp Aging Time

 

250

7

Forward Delay

 

30

Confirm(y/n)?:y

 

 

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

switch_prompt # modify lecstlvset

 

 

TLVSetNumber[1-32767](1)

: 3

 

ControlTimeout[10-300](200)

: 250

 

MaxUnknownFrameCount[1-10](5)

: 4

 

MaxUnknownFrameTime[1-60](50)

: 40

 

VCCTimeout[0-65535](50000)

: 40000

 

MaxRetryCount[0-2](1)

 

: 2

 

ArpAgingTime[10-300](250)

: 200

 

ForwardDelay[4-30](27)

 

: 20

 

ArpResponseTime[1-30](27)

: 20

 

FlushTimeout[1-4](2)

 

: 3

 

PathSwitchingDelay[1-8](2)

: 5

 

LocalSegId[0-4095](2000)

: 2500

 

MulticastSendVCCType[0-2](1)

: 2

 

MulticastSendVCCAvgRate[0-370370]()

:

 

MulticastSendVCCPeakRate[0-370370]()

:

 

ConnectionCompeteTime[1-10](8)

: 6

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

switch_prompt # show lecstlvset

TlvsetNumber(ALL) : 3

TlvIndex TlvDescription Value

===========================================================================

TLVSet 3 :

1

Control Timeout

250

2

Max Unknown Frame Count

4

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3

Max Unknown Frame Time

40

4

VCC Timeout

40000

5

Max Retry Count

2

6

Arp Aging Time

200

7

Forward Delay

20

8

ARP Response Time

20

9

Flush Timeout

3

10

Path Switching Delay

5

11

Local Seg Id

2500

12

Multicast Send VCC Type

2

15

Connection Complete Time

6

switch_prompt #

 

 

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Console Commands

LECSVCC

Use LECSVCC (LAN emulation configuration server virtual channel connection) to view the VCCs that are waiting to join the LECS. These VCCs are set up by the LANE client (or other entity) as part of the LECS connection. As soon as they join the LECS, the VCCs will no longer be displayed here. You can only view—andnotchange—theVCCs because they are unmodifiable.

SERVER SVC

X

Operator

show

Parameters

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[VC Type]

Type of virtual connection.

[VPI/VCI]

VPI/VCI (virtual path/channel identifier) values of Control Direct VCC (virtual channel

 

connection) or Multicast Send VCC.

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Descriptions

 

 

 

show

[VC Type] <vctype>

Displays the active VCCs (SVCs and PVCs) on the LECS.

lecsvcc

[VPI/VCI] <vpi/vci>

 

 

All

 

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Example

switch_prompt # show lecsvcc

VC Type VPI/VCI

===========================================

PVC

0/31

PVC

0/33

SVC

0/112

switch_prompt #

 

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LES

Use LES (LAN emulation server) to control the status of the LES and BUS (broadcast and unknown server) servers which are co-located.You can control both servers using LES.

SERVER SVC

X

Operators

start, stop

Parameters

This command has no parameters. Just type start les orstop les at the switch prompt.

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

start les

Administrator

Starts the LES and BUS on the switch.

stop les

Administrator

Stops the LES and BUS on the switch.

Examples

switch_prompt # start les

If there are either local or external LANE clients with retry capability, you will see the following messages for each client as connection is re-established:

NOTICE - 'ZLESSRV' LES sendjoinresp:

LES Join : 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00

NOTICE - 'ZLESSRV'

Bus Connect 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00 switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # stop les

STOPPING LES/BUS

Confirm(y/n)?:y

NOTICE - 'ZLESSRV' ***** LES shutdown *****

switch_prompt # start les

NOTICE - 'ZLESSRV' ***** LES started *****

switch_prompt # NOTICE - 'ZLESSRV' LES sendjoinresp:

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LESARP

Use LESARP (LAN emulation server address resolution protocol) to see details of the clients registered with the LES. LESARP also gives the MAC (media access control) address of the client.

SERVER SVC

X

Operator

show

Parameter

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[ELANNumber]

Number of the ELAN (emulated LAN) served by the LES.

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show lesarp

[ElanNumber] <elannumber>

Displays the LESARP entry for the specified ELAN.

 

All

 

Example

switch_prompt # show lesarp

ELANNumber(0)

: 1

ARP Table entries for ELAN ELAN001

===========================================================================

LECId

:

1

MACAddr/RouteDesc: 00:20:D4:14:22:80

ATM Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:22:80:00:20:D4:14:22:80:00

switch_prompt #

 

 

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LESClient

Use LESClient (LAN emulation server client) to determine mapping between LESELANs and the LANE (LAN emulation) clients that have joined the specified ELAN (emulated LAN). Clients are uniquely identified by their LECId.

SERVER SVC

X

Operators

delete, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ELANNumber]

Number of the ELAN served by the LES.

0-127

0

[LECId]

LEC identification number of the client.

1-65279

0

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[VPI/VCI]

VPI/VCI (virtual path/channel identifier) values of control direct VCC (virtual channel

 

connection) or multicast send VCC.

[ATM address]

ATM address of the client.

[Flags]

Indicates whether the client is a PROXY or a NON-PROXYclient.

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Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

delete

[Elan Number] <elannumber>

lesclient

[LECId] <lecidvalue>

 

Administrator

show

[Elan Number] <elannumber>

lesclient

All

 

Removes a client from the specified ELAN on the LES.

Displays information about all clients that have joined the specified ELAN on the LES.

Examples

switch_prompt # delete lesclient

ELANNumber (0):

LECId (0) : 12

Confirm? (y/n) : y switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show lesclient

ELANNumber (0):

Client table entries for ELAN ELAN000

===========================================================================

LECId

: 1

VPI/VCI

: 0/215

ATM Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:2F:00:00:20:D4:14:2F:00:00

Flags

: NONPROXY

switch_prompt #

 

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LESELAN

Use LESELAN (LAN emulation server emulated LAN) to manage the properties of the specified ELAN maintained by the LES. If the corresponding BUSELAN exists, it should have the same characteristics as the LESELALN.

SERVER SVC

X

Operators

add, delete, modify, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ELANNumber]

Number of the ELAN served by the LES.

0-127

0

[ELANName]

Name of the ELAN to which the LES belongs.

Up to 32 characters

ELAN000

[ConnectMethod]

Type of connection used.

PVC, SVC

SVC

[ELANType]

The data-linktype used by the ELAN.

802.3 (Ethernet)

802.3

 

 

802.5 (TokenRing)

 

[Multipoint]

Indicates whatever control distribute VCC is PMP

Yes: VCC is PMP

YES

 

(point-to-multipoint)or PTP(point-to-point).

No: VCC is PTP

 

[MTU]

Maximum transfer unit for the clients joining this

1516 or 9234 (Ethernet),

1516

 

ELAN.

4544 (Token Ring)

 

[Distribute]

Establishes control distribute VCC to all clients if

ALL, PROXY

PROXY

 

distribute is “ALL”. If distribute is “PROXY”,

 

 

 

LES establishes control distribute VCC only to

 

 

 

PROXY clients.

 

 

[BUSATMAddress]

ATM address of the BUS (specify when the LES

13-20bytehex-based/

NONE

 

and BUS are not co-located).

Up to 59 characters

 

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Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[ATM Address]

ATM address of the LES on the ELAN.

[Distribute VPI/VCI]

VPI/VCI values of the control direct VCC or multicast send VCC.

[Distribute Method]

Indicates whether the control distribute VCC is established for ALL clients or only

 

PROXY clients.

[LAN Type]

Same as [ELANType] Input Parameter.

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

add leselan [ELANNumber] <elannumber> [ELANName] <elanname> [ConnectMethod] <connectmethod> [ELANType] <elantype> [Multipoint] <distributevcctype>

[MTU] <maxframesize> [Distribute] <controldistributevccoption> [BUSATMAddress] <busatmaddress>

Creates a specified ELAN on the LES. Each ELAN must have both a LES and a BUS assigned to it.

 

Administrator

 

delete

[ELANNumber] <elannumber>

Removes a specified ELAN from the LES and drops all the

leselan

Administrator

clients connected to it.

 

 

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Console Commands

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify [ELANNumber] <elannumber> leselan[ELANName] <elanname>

[ConnectMethod] <connectmethod> [ELANType] <elantype> [Multipoint] <distributevcctype> [MTU] <maxframesize> [Distribute]

<controldistributevccoption> [BUSATMAddress] <busatmaddress>

Modifies parameters on the specified ELAN of the LES by deleting and then recreating the ELAN.

 

Administrator

 

show

[ELANNumber] <elannumber>

Displays which ELANs are currently on the LES.

leselan

All

 

 

 

Examples

The following example creates ELAN 102 with default parameters for LES:

switch_prompt # add leselan

 

ELANNumber(0)

 

: 102

ELANName(ELAN102)

:

ConnectMethod(SVC)

:

ELANType(802.3)

 

:

Multipoint(YES)

 

:

MTU(1516)

 

:

Distribute(PROXY)

:

BUSATMAddress(39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:66:02):

switch_prompt #

 

 

switch_prompt # delete leselan

 

ELANNumber(0)

: 11

 

ELAN Number

: 11

 

ELAN Name

: ELAN011

 

ATM Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:11:22:33:44:55:66:00:20:D4:14:15:0B:02

Confirm(y/n)?

: y

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

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The following example resets an ELAN with default parameters:

switch_prompt # modify leselan

ELANNumber(0)

 

: 102

ELANName(ELAN102)

 

:

ConnectMethod(svc)

:

ELANType(802.3)

 

:

Multipoint(yes)

 

:

MTU(1516)

 

: 9234

Distribute(proxy)

 

:

BUSATMAddress(39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:66:02):

switch_prompt #

 

 

switch_prompt # show leselan

ELANNumber(ALL)

:

102

ELAN

:

ELAN102

ELAN Number

:

102

ELAN Name

:

ELAN102

ATM Address

:

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:66:02

Max Frame Size

:

9234

Connection Method:

SVC

Distribute VPI/VCI: 0/0

Distribute Method: PROXY

LAN

Type

: 802.3

Multipoint

: YES

BUS

Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00:00:20:D4:14:15:66:02

switch_prompt #

 

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LESLECStat

Use LESLECStat (LAN emulation server LAN emulation client statistics) to view details of control traffic between the LES and its LANE (LAN emulation) clients. You can see information on all or specified clients that are on that specified ELAN (emulated LAN).

SERVER SVC

X

Operator

show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ELANNumber]

Number of the ELAN to which the LES belongs.

0-127

0

[LECId]

LEC identification number of the specified client.

1-65279

0

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[ATMAddress]

ATM address of the LANE client.

[Receives]

Number of multicast, broadcast and unknown forward requests received by the BUS and

 

the LES from this LEC.

[Forwards]

Number of ARP (address resolution protocol) requests forwarded by the BUS and the

 

LES from this LEC.

[Sends]

Number of requests or responses sent to this LEC by LES.

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Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show [ELANNumber] <elannumber>

leslecstat [LECId] <lecid>

All

Displays statistical information about LANE clients on a specific ELAN. To verify the LECId, enter show client first to obtain the ELAN number.

Examples

switch_prompt # show leslecstat

ELANNumber(0)

:

 

LECId(0)

:

3

Client 3 statistics for ELAN ELAN000

===========================================================================

ATM Address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:22:80:00:20:D4:14:22:80:00

Receives

: 2

Forwards

: 0

Sends

: 0

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt # show leslecstat 3

LECId(0)

:

Client statistics for ELAN ELAN003

===========================================================================

LECId

: 1

ATM address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:22:80:00:20:D4:14:22:83:00

Receives

: 75

Forwards

: 0

Sends

: 0

LECId

: 2

ATM address

: 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:22:80:00:20:D4:15:D4:83:00

Receives

: 10405

Forwards

: 10365

Sends

: 0

switch_prompt #

 

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Console Commands

LESStat

Use LESStat (LAN emulation server statistics) to manage the statistics that the LES maintains for each ELAN.

SERVER SVC

X

Operators

show, clear

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ELANNumber]

Number of ELAN to which the LES

0-127

ALL

 

belongs.

 

 

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Join OK]

[Join version not supported errors]

[Reg. version not supported errors]

[Unreg. version not supported errors]

[Join invalid request param errors]

[Reg. invalid request param errors]

[Unreg. invalid request param errors]

[Join duplicate LAN destination errors]

[Reg. duplicate LAN destination errors]

[Join duplicate ATM destination errors]

Successful join responses sent out by the LES.

Version not supported errors for join request.

Version not supported errors for register request.

Version not supported errors for unregister request.

Version not supported errors for register request.

Invalid request parameters errors for register request.

Invalid request parameters errors for unregister request.

Duplicate LAN destination join errors.

Duplicate LAN destination registration.

Duplicate ATM address errors for join request.

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Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Reg. duplicate ATM destination errors]

[Join insufficient resource errors]

[Reg. insufficient resource errors]

[Join access denied errors]

[Reg. access denied errors]

[Join invalid requestid errors]

[Reg. invalid requestid errors]

[Join invalid LAN destination errors]

[Reg. invalid LAN destination errors]

[Join invalid ATM address errors]

[Reg. invalid ATM address errors]

Duplicate ATM address errors for register request.

Insufficient resources to grant errors for join request.

Insufficient resources to grant errors for register request.

Access denied errors for join request.

Access denied errors for register request.

Invalid LECID errors for join request.

Invalid LECID errors for register request.

Invalid LAN destination errors for join request.

Invalid LAN destination errors for register request.

Invalid ATM address errors for join request.

Invalid ATM address errors for register request.

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show [ELANNumber] <elannumber>

lesstat

All

clear [ELANNumber] <elannumber>

lesstat

Administrator

Displays statistical information about the specified ELAN on the LES.

Clears statistical information about the specified ELAN on the LES.

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Console Commands

Examples

switch_prompt # show lesstat

 

 

ELANNumber(ALL)

 

 

:102

ELAN : ELAN102 Statistics

 

 

Join OK

 

 

: 0

Join version

not supported errors

: 0

Reg. version

not supported errors

: 0

UnReg. version not supported errors

: 0

Join invalid

request param errors

: 0

Reg. invalid

request param errors

: 0

UnReg. invalid request param errors

: 0

Join duplicate LAN destination errors

: 0

Reg. duplicate LAN destinations errors

: 0

Join duplicate ATM address

errors

: 0

Reg. duplicate ATM address errors

: 0

Join insufficient resource errors

: 0

Reg. insufficient resources errors

: 0

Join access denied errors

 

: 0

Reg. access denied errors

 

: 0

Join invalid

requestid errors

: 0

Reg. invalid

requestid errors

: 0

Join invalid

LAN destination errors

: 0

Reg. invalid

LAN destination

errors

: 0

Join invalid

ATM address errors

: 0

Reg. invalid

ATM address errors

: 0

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

switch_prompt # clear lesstat

 

 

ELANNumber(ALL)

:3

 

 

Clear LES ELAN

3 Statistics

 

 

Confirm(y/n)?: y switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

Log

Use Log to control log message recording onto the log message buffer.

SERVER SVC

X

Operators

start, stop

Parameters

This command has no parameters. Just type start log orstop log at the switch prompt.

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

start log

Administrator

Enables messages to be logged into the log message

 

 

buffer.After entering this command, messages begin logging

 

 

to the buffer, which could lead to alarms being generated,

 

 

depending on which flags were set with modify

 

 

logalarmmask (see “LogAlarmMask”).You can also print

 

 

messages directly to the console instead of the log.

stop log

Administrator

Disables message logging into the buffer. After entering this

 

 

command, no alarms are generated from log messages.

 

 

Logging can be enabled again by entering start log.

Examples

switch_prompt # start log

Enabling logging into buffer at time:165:41:09:486 switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # stop log

Disabling logging into buffer at time:166:01:55:332 switch_prompt #

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LogAlarmMask

Use LogAlarmMask to determine—bysetting maskingflags—whichlog messages generate alarms.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

modify, show

Parameters

For more options see [FilterFlags] input parameter under “LogTrace”.

Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[Emergency]

Emergency class flag set.

y/n

n

[Alert]

Alert class flag set.

y/n

n

[Critical]

Critical class flag set.

y/n

n

[Error]

Error class flag set.

y/n

n

[Warning]

Warning class flag set.

y/n

n

[Notice]

Notice class flag set.

y/n

n

[Info]

Information class flag set.

y/n

n

[Debug]

Debug class flag set.

y/n

n

[Trace]

Trace class flag set.

y/n

n

[ALARM]

Alarm class flag set.

y/n

n

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Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify Emergency] <y/n>

logalarmmask [Alert] <y/n>

[Critical] <y/n>

[Error] <y/n>

[Warning] <y/n>

[Notice] <y/n>

[Info] <y/n>

[Debug] <y/n>

[Trace] <y/n>

[ALARM] <y/n>

Controls which log messages are accepted into the alarm message buffer. The log alarm mask enables you to specify which alarms you want in the alarm message buffer by typing y orn at the relevant parameter field.

 

Administrator

 

show

All

Displays the current settings of the flags within the alarm

logalarmmask

 

message buffer. If no flags are on, all log messages are

 

 

accepted into the alarm message buffer. If one flag is on, only

 

 

those log messages that have the flag set are accepted into the

 

 

alarm message buffer. You can “ell if a particular masking

 

 

flag is active or not by whether “ON” or “OFF” is visible next

 

 

to it.

Examples

switch_prompt # modify logalarmmask

Emergency(n):y

Alert(n) :

Critical(n) :

Error(n) :

Warning(n) :y

Notice(n) :

Info(n) :

Debug(n) :

Trace(n) :

ALARM(n) : switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show logalarmmask

SwitchNameFlags generating alarms for following log types

-----------------------------------------------

Emergency Flag

: ON

Alert Flag

: OFF

Critical Flag

: OFF

Error Flag

: OFF

Warning Flag

: ON

Notice Flag

: OFF

Info Flag

: OFF

Debug Flag

: OFF

Trace Flag

: OFF

Alarm Flag

: OFF

switch_prompt #

 

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Console Commands

LogBuffer

Use LogBuffer if you want to record your messages on the log message buffer.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

modify, show, clear

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[LogBufferSize]

Size of the message log buffer in the switch

bytes

10240

 

memory. It is recommended that you use the

 

 

 

default.

 

 

[Index]

Index Number of the alarm.

1, 2, 3, 4.../

ALL

 

 

n/a

 

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Num]

Same as [Index] Input Parameter.

[Mod]

Category in which alarm was generated.

[SubMod]

Specific switch module that generated the alarm.

[T]

Time—sincelast switch reboot— that alarm was generated.

[Msg]

Description of the alarm.

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Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify [Log Buffer Size]logbuffer <logbuffersize>

Administrator

Modifies the size of the log buffer. When full, the circular log buffer wraps around and begins writing over the oldest log messages. The log buffer size is an allocation of switch memory. Setting this value too high constrains available memory.

show [Index] <indexnumber>

logbuffer

Administrator

clear Administrator

logbuffer

Displays all of the alarms in the log message buffer or a particular alarm if you specify an index number.

Clears all the messages contained in the log message buffer.

Examples

switch_prompt # modify logbuffer

LogBufferSize(10240): 7000 switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show logbuffer

Index(ALL)

 

 

:

 

----------------------------------------------------

 

Num

Mod

SubMod T(h:m:s:ms)

Msg

 

 

----------------------------------------------------

 

0

HW

LINK

000:00:36:387 14910: Port A1

(1)

DOWN

1

HW

LINK

000:00:36:413 14910: Port A2

(2)

DOWN

2

HW

LINK

000:00:36:439 14910: Port A3

(3)

DOWN

3

HW

LINK

000:00:36:465 14910: Port A4

(4)

DOWN

4

LES

BUSS

000:00:36:566 26955:26955

 

 

switch_prompt

#

 

 

 

switch_prompt

# clear logbuffer

 

 

Confirm(y/n)?:y

 

 

 

switch_prompt

#

 

 

 

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Console Commands

LogBufferSize

Use LogBufferSize to determine the size of the log buffer.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

show

Parameter

Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[LogBufferSize]

Size of the message log buffer in the switch memory. It is

bytes

10240

 

recommended that you use the default.

 

 

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show

Administrator

logbuffersize

 

Displays the current memory size of the log message buffer. When the circular log buffer is full, it wraps around and begins writing over the oldest messages. Alarms also are generated from this log buffer.

Example

switch_prompt # show logbuffersize

Log Buffer Size: 7000

switch_prompt #

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LogPrint

Use LogPrint to print log messages on the console.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

modify, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[Logprint]

Enables or disables printing of log messages to the

ON/OFF

OFF

 

console.

 

 

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Printing Log Messages on Console]

Indicates status of LogPrint on the console.

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify

[LogPrint] <logprint>

logprint

Administrator

 

show

Administrator

logprint

 

Modifies the setting for printing log messages to the console. The current status is shown in parentheses. Messages will print to the console if you set the log print level on.

Displays the current setting for printing log messages to the console.

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Console Commands

Examples

switch_prompt # modify logprint

LogPrint(OFF) :on switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show logprint

Printing Log Messages on Console : ON switch_prompt #

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LogTrace

Use LogTrace to control filtering and configuration parameters for logging and tracing messages.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

modify, show

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[LocalPortNum]

The port through which remote log trace clients can

5 characters

6005

 

connect to the switch and receive messages.

 

 

[LogBufferSize]

Size of the log trace buffer in bytes.

5 characters

1000

[Output Type]

Output format of the switch.

ASCII

ASCII

[EndRecordNum]

Ending record for message range. Log trace prints

5 characters

infinity

 

messages within specified range. All messages are

 

 

 

sent to the client. However, messages can be filtered

 

 

 

by setting the log trace flags on the switch.

 

 

[FilterModuleId]

Module ID flag. Only log messages corresponding

See Software Modules

OFF

 

to the specified module ID are printed on the

Table on page 2-111

 

 

console, otherwise messages from all modules are

 

 

 

printed.

 

 

[Filter SubModuleId] Submodule ID flag. When this flag is on, log messages are filtered for the submodule ID.

See Software

OFF

SubModules Table on

 

page 2-111

 

[Filter MessageId]

Enables or disables the printing of messages with a

 

specific message ID. This parameter is intended for

 

use by field engineers only. When this flag is on, log

 

messages are filtered for the submodule ID.

See Software

OFF

SubModules Table on

 

page 2-111

 

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Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[Filter Parm Val]

User-specifiedparameter value. Log trace filters

10 characters

-1

 

messages so that only those with a parameter equal

 

 

 

to the specified value are printed. Use in conjunction

 

 

 

with [Filter Parm Pos] to identify in which position

 

 

 

the parameter value should appear.

 

 

[Filter Parm Pos]

Indicates at which position the filter parameter

1-7

0

 

should appear in the message (that is, first, second,

 

 

 

third). Only messages matching this filter will be

 

 

 

printed. Use in conjunction with [Filter Parm Val].

 

 

[Filter Search Str]

Filter search string. If this is not null, only messages

Any word/ module/

null

 

with the specified search pattern are printed to the

submodule name

 

 

console.

within alarm string

 

[Filter Debug Lvl]

Indicates which debug level to use as a message

-1- 9/

-1

 

filter. Only messages with the given debug level are

n/a

 

 

printed. If the debug level is equal to or less than 0,

 

 

 

all messages are printed.

 

 

[Input File Flags]

Indicates whether the switch is in log mode or debug

log, debug

log

 

mode. Debug mode is for troubleshooting and

 

 

 

testing, and should not be used unless under advice

 

 

 

from a customer service engineer.

 

 

[Print Debug Msg]

If the print debug message flag is enabled (ON), full

ON/OFF

ON

 

debug messages print to the console. If this flag is

 

 

 

disabled (OFF), then only the message numbers

 

 

 

print to the screen.

 

 

[NLS mode]

Natural Language Syntax indicates which language

Only English currently

OFF

 

to use for displaying messages.

supported

 

[Output Destination]

Output from the log trace buffer can be modified to

n/a

console

 

print either to console or to file. Only console output

 

 

 

is supported.

 

 

[Print Parms Flags]

Indicates whether a message prints to console

ON/OFF

OFF

 

without specific parameter values displayed (OFF),

 

 

 

or whether the message includes and prints each

 

 

 

parameter value individually (ON). Disabling this

 

 

 

parameter increases the speed at which you receive

 

 

 

messages. Enabling it might be desired if you

 

 

 

identify a message requiring more specific details.

 

 

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Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[Quiet mode]

Suppresses the printing of messages to the console

ON/OFF

ON

 

but continues to forward messages to clients.

 

 

[Start record]

Starting record for message range. Log trace prints

5 characters

infinity

 

messages within specified range. If both starting and

 

 

 

ending record numbers are set to infinity, log trace

 

 

 

captures all messages. All messages are always sent

 

 

 

to the client. However, console messages can be

 

 

 

filtered by setting the log trace flags on the switch.

 

 

[Timestamp inactive]

Indicates how the time stamp will print on log

ABS, REL, DEL

flag=0

 

messages. In absolute <ABS> mode, the system up

 

 

 

time is used (this resets to 0 at each reboot). In

 

 

 

relative <REL> mode, you can specify a start time

 

 

 

by setting the timestamp to 0. In delta <DEL> mode,

 

 

 

the time difference between successive log messages

 

 

 

is printed.

 

 

[Filter Flags]

Limits printed messages to the designated message

See table below

n/a

 

type. Filter flag values are bitmapped, however,

 

 

 

enabling you to also print a combination of message

 

 

 

types by specifying alternate values. For example,

 

 

 

by entering 13, you can display messages that have

 

 

 

error, critical or emergency flags (13= 8 + 4 + 1). See

 

 

 

the following table:

 

 

Table 2-1Filter Flags

MESSAGES PRINTED

VALUE

 

 

All messages printed

0

Emergency messages only

1

Alert messages only

2

Critical messages only

4

Error messages only

8

Warning messages only

16

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Table 2-1Filter Flags (Continued)

MESSAGES PRINTED

VALUE

 

 

Notice messages only

32

Information messages only

64

Debug messages only

128

Trace messages only

256

Alarm messages only

512

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify [Filter Parm Pos]logtrace <filterparamposition>

[Filter Search Str] <filtersrchstring> [Filter Debug Lvl] <filterdebuglevel> [Input File Flags] <inputfilterflags> [Print Debug Msg] <printdebugmessage> [NLS mode]<n/a> [Output Destination] <outputdestination> [Print Parms flags] <printparamflags>

[Quiet mode] <quietmode> [StartRecordNum] <startrecordnumber> [Timestamp] <time>

Modifies logging and tracing configuration parameters by logging, filtering and forwarding logging and tracing messages to the log trace buffer. See the Software Modules Table on page 2-110and Software SubModules Table on page2-111for further details.

Administrator

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Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show All logtrace

Displays the parameters of the currently configured log trace. Logged messages can also generate alarms, depending on how the log alarm mask is configured.

Setting the log trace opens a TCP port through which other log trace clients can connect and receive messages. Filtering the messages can be done either on the switch or from the external log trace clients. Filtering through external log trace clients can be done using module, submodule, message, parameter type, parameter values, or flags. See the Software Modules Table on page 2-110and Software SubModules Table on page2-111for further details.

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Console Commands

Examples

switch_prompt # modify logtrace

LocalPortNum(6005)

:

LogBufferSize(1000)

:1300

OutputType(ascii)

:

EndRecordNum(-1)

:

FilterModid(0)

:off

FilterSubModid(0)

:off

FilterMsgid(0)

:

FilterParamVal(-1)

:

FilterParamPos(0)

:

FilterSearch()

:

FilterLevel(0)

:

FilterFlags(0)

:

InputMode(log)

:

DebugMsgMode(ON)

:

NLSMode()

:

OutputFile()

 

PrintParameters()

:on

QuietMode(ON)

:

StartRecordNum(-1)

:

Timestamp(None)

:

switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show logtrace

Logging and

Tracing

configuration data

-----------------------------------

Local port number :

6005

Buffer size

 

:

1300

Output type

 

:

ascii

Ending record

:

infinity

Filter ModuleId

:

OFF

Filter SubModuleId:

OFF

Filter MessageId

:

OFF

Filter Parm

Val

:

0

Filter Parm

Pos

:

0

Filter Search Str

:

 

Filter Debug Lvl

: -1

Filter Flags

 

:

0

Input File Flags

:

log

Print Debug

Msg

:

ON

NLS mode

 

:

OFF

Output Destination: console

Print Parms flags : ON

Quiet

mode

:

ON

Start

record

:

infinity

Timestamp inactive: flag=0 switch_prompt #

Table 2-2Software Modules for LogTrace

MODULE ID

DESCRIPTION

 

 

AALM

ATM Adaptation Layer Mux

BE

Bridged Ethernet

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Table 2-2Software Modules for LogTrace (Continued)

MODULE ID

DESCRIPTION

 

 

CONS

Console specific

HW

Hardware specific

ILMI

ILMI module

IPSR

IP over ATM Server

LEC

Lan Emulation Client

LECS

Lan Emulation Configuration Server

LES

Lan Emulation Server

S10D

S10 Driver specific

SIG

Signaling

SYS

System specific

VX

VxWorks OS specific

Table 2-3Software Submodules for LogTrace

SUBMODULE ID

DESCRIPTION

 

 

MODULE ID - AALM

 

AINT

Initialization

AMUX

Multiplexing

ASRC

ATM Adaptation Layer source

MODULE ID - BE

 

BEAL

Bridged Ethernet client ATM Adaptation Layer

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Table 2-3Software Submodules for LogTrace (Continued)

SUBMODULE ID

DESCRIPTION

 

 

MODULE ID - BE

 

BEAR

Bridged Ethernet Address Resolution Protocol functions

BECF

Bridged Ethernet Configuration specific

MODULE ID - HW

 

LINK

Link specific

SWIT

Switch fabric

SYST

Overall system specific

MODULE ID - ILMI

 

ADDR

ATM address

AGN

Agent specific

AGNK

Agent kernel functions

AGPI

Agent API

AUTD

Auto detect

CBFN

Callback function

CNSI

Console functions

FSM

Finite state machines

IAAL

ILMI ATM Adaptation Layer

IFIO

File Input/Output

IINT

Initialization

IIPC

Interprocess communication

ILIB

Library functions

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Table 2-3Software Submodules for LogTrace (Continued)

SUBMODULE ID

DESCRIPTION

 

 

MODULE ID - ILMI

 

ILMN

Main functions

IMSC

Miscellaneous functions

ITMR

Timers

MSGH

Message handlers

PORT

Port functions

REQ

Request handlers

SLOS

Solaris specific Operating System

UME

UNI management entity

VXOS

VxWorks specific Operating System

WRAP

Wrapper functions

MODULE ID - IPSR

 

IPS

IP over ATM Server

IPST

Timers in IP over ATM Server

MODULE ID - LEC

 

AALC

ATM Adaptation Layer

AARP

ATM Address Resolution Protocol in IP over ATM Client

BE

Bridged Ethernet

BUSC

Broadcast Unknown Server Client

CFG

Configuration specific

CONN

Connection specific

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Table 2-3Software Submodules for LogTrace (Continued)

SUBMODULE ID

DESCRIPTION

 

 

MODULE ID - LEC

 

CTL

Control specific

DATA

Data specific

DEF

Default Message

ERR

Errors

ILMC

ILMI specific

INIT

Initialization

IPAT

IP over ATM Client

LECS

LECS specific

LOG

Log specific

MIBC

MIB Client specific

RD

Route Descriptor

SEND

Send specific

SIG

Signaling specific

SRVR

LES specific

UTL

Utilities related

MODULE ID - LECS

 

CFGC

LEC Configuration functions

CNFC

Other Configuration functions

CNNC

Connection specific

CSAL

ATM Adaptation Layer specific

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Table 2-3Software Submodules for LogTrace (Continued)

SUBMODULE ID

DESCRIPTION

 

 

MODULE ID - LECS

 

CSIL

ILMI functions

CSIN

Initialization function

CSSG

Signaling functions

CSTM

Timer functions

CSUT

Utilities functions

CSVL

VLAN specific

CTLC

Control functions

DB

Database functions

GLOB

Global functions

MEMB

Member functions

MNC

Main functions

PROF

Profile functions

MODULE ID - LES

 

AALS

ATM Adaptation Layer specific

ARPS

Address Resolution Protocol specific

BUSS

BUS specific submodule

HDLR

Handlers specific

ILMS

ILMI specific

LECT

LANE Client Traverse specific

LINS

Link specific

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Table 2-3Software Submodules for LogTrace (Continued)

SUBMODULE ID

DESCRIPTION

 

 

MODULE ID - LES

 

MIBS

MIB specific

PROT

Prototype specific

SIGS

Signaling specific

SMN

Main functions

SMSC

Miscellaneous

VLAN

VLAN specific functions

MODULE ID - S10D

 

DIAG

Diagnostics

ISR

Interrupt Service Routine

SIF

Interface

SINT

Initialization

SOPN

Opening channels

SOS

Operating System specific

SRX

Receive functions

STX

Transmit functions

SUTL

Utilities

TUNE

Tunable parameters in S10 driver

MODULE ID - SIG

 

CCM

Call Control Module

QSAL

QSAAL specific

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Table 2-3Software Submodules for LogTrace (Continued)

SUBMODULE ID

DESCRIPTION

 

 

MODULE ID - SIG

 

QS31

QSAAL3.1 specific

Q293

Q.2931 signaling

MODULE ID - SYS

 

FILE

Flash file system related

SAAL

ATM Adaptation Layer related

SMP

Packet Memory related

MODULE ID - VX

 

SBUF

Buffers related

SMEM

Memory related

SSPC

Heap related

VXTM

Timer related

VXTR

Task Registration

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Console Commands

MyNMAddr

Use MyNMAddr (my network management address) to manage the switch through the specified IP address.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

modify, show

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[IPAddr]

IP address of the switch.

dot decimal/15 characters

RegisteredIP

 

 

 

address

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify [IPAddress] <ipaddress>

mynmaddr

Administrator

Sets the IP address through which the switch allows itself to be managed by the SNMP manager. The switch comes with a default MyNMAddr that matches its Ethernet address.

However, MyNMAddr can be changed to an IP address that corresponds to a LANE or IP/ATM (IP over ATM) client on the switch. This allows the switch to be managed through an ATM interface.

show

[IPAddress] <ipaddress>

Displays the current IP address through which the switch

mynmaddr

All

allows itself to be managed.

 

 

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Examples

switch_prompt # modify mynmaddr

IpAddr() : 204.95.75.186

My Nm IP-Address :204.95.75.186 switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show mynmaddr

My Nm IP-Address :204.95.75.186 switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

NetPrefix

Use NetPrefix to manipulate network ATM address prefixes on a particular port. This 13-bytenet prefix is based on a hierarchical addressing scheme. The default value starts with the first byte being set to 39 (DCC address format), followed by nine pairs of 00s. The net prefix value is typically supplied by the network side of the UNI (user network interface). The net prefix, combined with the ESI (End System Identifier) and the SEL (selector) fields supplied by the user side of UNI, forms the ATM address. See the Structure of ATM address and NetPrefix diagram page2-121.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

modify, show

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[PortNumber]

Port number on the switch.

ALL, A1...A4,

ALL

 

 

B1...B3, C1...C4,

 

 

 

D1...D4

 

[NetPrefix]

Net prefix within the ATM address.

13 bytes

Current net prefix for that

 

 

 

port

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify [PortNumber] <portnumber> netprefix[NetPrefix] <netprefix>

Administrator

Changes a net prefix for a particular port. Only one net prefix can be assigned per port. When a net prefix for a port is modified, all routes under the old net prefix are flushed and all SVC connections, QSAAL, and ILMI links are released. You must reboot for this command to take effect.

show

[PortNumber] <portnumber>

Displays net prefixes for a specified port or for all ports if you

netprefix

[NetPrefix] <netprefix>

did not specify.

 

All

 

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Examples

switch_prompt # modify netprefix

PortNumber(ALL) :a1

NetPrefix(39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:20:D4:14:15:00):

39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:77:88:99:10:11:12:01

switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # show netprefix

PortNumber :( ALL ):a1

Port# NetPrefix

===========================================================================

A1 39:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:77:88:99:10:11:12:01 switch_prompt #

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

 

39

00

00

00

00

00

00

11

22

33

44

55

66

11

 

22

33

44

55

66

 

01

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

switch MAC address

 

 

end system MAC address

selector

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

byte

 

Netprefix

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Console Commands

Passwd

Use Passwd (password) to change the password of the current or lower-privilegeduser.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

passwd

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[Old Password]

Your current password.

5-8characters

n/a

[New Password]

Your new password.

5-8characters

n/a

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

passwd

[Old Password] <oldpasswd>

Changes the password of the current or lower-privilegeduser.

 

[New Password] <newpasswd>

 

 

[Reenter Password] <newpasswd>

 

 

All

 

Example

switch_prompt # passwd

Old Password: admin

Changing Password for User Administrator

New Password: levelone

Reenter Password: levelone

Password Changed Successfully switch_prompt #

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Ping

Use Ping to test IP (internet protocol) connectivity of a client. However, the client must be on the same subnet or be reachable by routing from the subnet that is pinging

.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

start

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[DestIP]

IP address for ping packets.

5-8characters

RegisteredIP

 

 

 

address

[Count]

Number of times you want to send ping

100

1

 

packets.

 

 

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

start ping [DestIP]

<destinationipaddress>

[Count] <numberoftries>

All

Starts the pinging of the external destination you are trying to reach.

Example

switch_prompt # start ping

DestIP() : 204.95.77.254

Count(1) : 1

204.95.77.254 is alive

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

PortAutoDetect

Use PortAutoDetect to manage the automatic-detectionfeatures of the switch on an individual port basis.

SERVER

SVC

X

X

Operators modify, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[AutoDetectType]

Signaling type auto-detectioncapability of the

sigtype, vpivcibits,

ALL

 

port.

ALL

 

[PortNumber]

Port number on the switch.

ALL, A1...A4, B1...

ALL

 

 

B3, C1...C4, D1...D4

 

[Value]

Status of auto-detectionflag.

on/off

on

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[AutoDetectSigType]

Current setting of the auto-detectionflag for signaling type.

[AutoDetectVpiVciBits]

Current setting of the auto-detectionflag for VPI and VCI bits.

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Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify [AutoDetectType]portautodetec <signalingtype>

t[PortNumber] <portnumber> [Value] <value>

Administrator

Modifies the flag settings that control auto-detectionof signaling type and VPI and VCI bits. This function can be enabled or disabled for each port, but signaling type and VPI and VCI bits are default enabled. You should disableauto-detectionif the device at the other end does not supportauto-detection(for example, if the other device is a PVC switch.)

show

[AutoDetectType]

portautodetec

<signalingtype>

t

[PortNumber] <portnumber>

 

All

Examples

Displays the current flag settings that control the auto-detectionof signaling type and VPI and VCI bits.

switch_prompt #

modify portautodetect

 

AutoDetectType(ALL)

: sigtype

PortNumber(ALL)

 

: a1

Value(on)

 

: off

switch_prompt #

 

 

switch_prompt #

show portautodetect

 

AutoDetectType(ALL)

:

PortNumber(ALL)

 

:

PortNumber

AutoDetectSigType

AutoDetectVpiVciBits

===========================================================================

A1

off

on

A2

on

on

A3

on

on

A4

on

on

B1

on

on

B2

on

on

B3

on

on

switch_prompt #

 

 

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Console Commands

PortConfig

Use PortConfig (port configuration) to manage the configuration of a port on the switch.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

modify, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[PortNumber]

Port number on the switch.

ALL, A1...A4, B1...

A1

 

 

B3, C1...C4, D1...D4

 

[MaxVPIBits]

Maximum number of bits in the VPI (virtual

0-12

0

 

path identifier) number.

 

 

[MaxVCIBits]

Maximum number of bits in the VCI (virtual

0-12

12

 

channel identifier) number.

 

 

[InterfaceAddressType]

Interface address type.

PRIVATE,

PRIVATE

 

 

NSAP-E164,

 

 

 

NATIVE-E164,

 

 

 

OTHER

 

Output Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[Port ID]

Same as [Port Number] Input Parameter.

See above

See above

[Port Admin State]

Administrative state based on current port

ACTIVE

ACTIVE

 

status.

 

 

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Output Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[Port QSAAL State]

Signaling AAL (ATM adaptation layer).

UP, DOWN

UP

 

Indicates if the SSCOP (service specific

 

 

 

connection oriented protocol) link is up or

 

 

 

down.

 

 

[Port Operational State]

State of the link, based on port status (set by

UP, DOWN

DOWN

 

internal protocols).

 

 

[Transmission Type]

Type of transmission.

STS-3c,STS-12c,

 

 

 

STM-1,STM-4

 

[Media Type]

Media type can be either copper or fiber. Fiber

MMF, SMF,

 

 

can be either single mode or multimode.

UTP-5

 

[Bandwidth]

Bandwidth in Mbps for the port.

155 Mbps, 622 Mbps

 

[Address Type]

ATM address format.

PRIVATE,

PRIVATE

 

 

NSAP-E164,

 

 

 

NATIVE-E164,

 

 

 

OTHER

 

[Active VPI Bits]

Active VPI bits are programmed in hardware. A

0-12

0

 

minimum/maximum algorithm is used to find

 

 

 

the hardware programmed VPI/VCI set that

 

 

 

corresponds most closely to VPI/VCI values

 

 

 

requested for a specific port.

 

 

[Active VCI Bits]

Active VCI bits are programmed in hardware. A

0-12

12

 

minimum/maximum algorithm is used to find

 

 

 

the hardware programmed VPI/VCI set that

 

 

 

corresponds most closely to the VPI/VCI values

 

 

 

requested for a specific port.

 

 

[Configured VPI Bits]

Number of VPI bits configured by the user.

0-7

0

[Configured VCI Bits]

Number of VCI bits configured by the user.

5-12

12

[Current VPI Bits]

Current VPI bits are derived from the VPI/VCI

0-12

0

 

set closest to the configured, as well as active,

 

 

 

VPI/VCI sets. Used by the software when

 

 

 

generating VPIs and VCIs. Often equal to active

 

 

 

VPI bits.

 

 

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Output Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[Current VCI Bits]

Current VCI bits are derived from the VPI/VCI

0-12

12

 

set closest to the configured, as well as active,

 

 

 

VPI/VCI sets. Used by the software when

 

 

 

generating VPIs and VCIs. Often equal to active

 

 

 

VCI bits.

 

 

[Current In Use VCCs]

Number of current VCCs (virtual channel

0-4096

16

 

connections), end-to-endconnections of either

 

 

 

SVCs (switched virtual circuits) or PVCs

 

 

 

(permanent virtual circuits) in use.

 

 

[Current Max VCCs]

Maximum number of current VCCs, end-to-end

0-4096

4096

 

connections of either SVCs or PVCs.

 

 

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify [PortNumber] <portnumber> portconfig[MaxVPIBits] <cfgmaxvpibits>

[MaxVCIBits] <cfgmaxvcibits>

[InterfaceAddressType]

<intfaddrtype>

Administrator

show [PortNumber] <portnumber>

portconfig

All

Changes maximum VPI and VCI bits, and the interface address type, for a given port configuration. [MaxVPIBits] and [MaxVCIBits] can be changed only to one of four VPI/VCI sets predefined in the system—0/12,2/10, 4/8 or 6/6. If you want to deviate from these predefined options,

enter modify vccmask.

Displays configuration and signaling status of a specified port or all ports. The status of a port is based on its signaling status. Because of this—evenwhen a port is reported as beingdown—theremay still be active PVCs on the port. You will see more details with this command when you specify a particular port, rather than accepting the ALL default. The alternative is to add/d after the command. For

example, show portconfig /d.

Examples

switch_prompt # modify portconfig

 

PortNumber(A1)

:

MaxVPIBits(0)

:

MaxVCIBits(12)

:

InterfaceAddressType(PRIVATE)

:

switch_prompt #

 

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The following examples show the port configuration of all ports, port A4, and then port B4 (CPU port):

switch_prompt # show portconfig

 

 

 

PortNumber(ALL)

 

 

:

 

 

Port ID Trans

Media

Speed

Admin

Op

QSAAL

Type

Type

(MB/s)

State

State

State

==============================================================================

A1

STS-12c

MMF (S)

622

MB

ACTIVE

UP

UP

B1

STS-3c

MMF (S)

155

MB

ACTIVE

DOWN

DOWN

B2

STS-3c

MMF (S)

155

MB

ACTIVE

UP

UP

B3

STS-3c

MMF (S)

155

MB

ACTIVE

DOWN

DOWN

B4(CPU)

STS-3c

MMF (S)

155

MB

ACTIVE

UP

UP

C1

STS-3c

SMF (I)

155

MB

ACTIVE

DOWN

DOWN

C2

STS-3c

MMF (S)

155

MB

ACTIVE

DOWN

DOWN

C3

STS-3c

MMF (S)

155

MB

ACTIVE

DOWN

DOWN

C4

STS-3c

MMF (S)

155

MB

ACTIVE

DOWN

DOWN

D1

STS-3c

CAT5 UTP

155

MB

ACTIVE

DOWN

DOWN

D2

STS-3c

CAT5 UTP

155

MB

ACTIVE

DOWN

DOWN

D3

STS-3c

CAT5 UTP

155

MB

ACTIVE

DOWN

DOWN

D4

STS-3c

CAT5 UTP

155

MB

ACTIVE

DOWN

DOWN

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

 

 

switch_prompt # show portconfig a1

 

 

 

Port A1

Configuration

 

 

 

 

 

==============================================================================

Port Id

 

 

: A1

Port Admin

State

: ACTIVE

Port QSAAL

State

: UP

Port Operational State

: UP

Transmission Type

: STS-12c

Media Type

 

: MMF (S)

Bandwidth

 

: 622 MB

Address

Type

: PRIVATE

Active VPI

Bits

: 0

Active VCI

Bits

: 12

Configured

VPI Bits

: 0

Configured

VCI Bits

: 12

Current

VPI Bits

: 0

Current

VCI Bits

: 12

Current

In

Use VCCs

: 2

Port A1

 

Configuration

 

Current

Max VCCs

: 4096

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt # show portconfig

 

PortNumber(ALL)

: b4

Port B4(CPU) Configuration

==============================================================================

Port Id

 

: B4(CPU)

Port Admin

State

: ACTIVE

Port QSAAL

State

: UP

Port Operational State

: UP

Transmission Type

: STS-3c

Media Type

 

: MMF (S)

Bandwidth

 

: 155 MB

Address Type

: PRIVATE

Active VPI

Bits

: 0

Active VCI

Bits

: 12

Configured

VPI Bits

: 0

Configured

VCI Bits

: 12

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Current

VPI Bits

: 0

Current

VCI Bits

: 12

Current

In Use VCCs

: 24

Port B4(CPU) Configuration

 

Current

Max VCCs

: 4096

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt # show portconfig /d

 

PortNumber(ALL)

:

Port A1

Configuration

 

==============================================================================

Port Id

 

: A1

Port Admin

State

: ACTIVE

Port QSAAL

State

: UP

Port Operational State

: UP

Transmission Type

: STS-12c

Media Type

 

: MMF (S)

Bandwidth

 

: 622 MB

Address Type

: PRIVATE

Active VPI

Bits

: 0

Active VCI

Bits

: 12

Configured

VPI Bits

: 0

Configured

VCI Bits

: 12

Current VPI Bits

: 0

Current VCI Bits

: 12

Current In

Use VCCs

: 2

More(<space>/q)?:

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PortMode

Use PortMode to control the port framing protocol on the switch when communicating with other switches that use different standards (such as the European SDH type).

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

modify, show

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Console Commands

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Field Size/Value

Default

 

 

 

 

[PortNumber]

Port number on the switch.

ALL, A1...A4,

ALL

 

 

B1...B4, C1...C4,

 

 

 

D1...D4

 

[PortMode]

Physical mode type of the port.

SONET, SDH

SONET

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Port ID]

Same as [PortNumber] Input Parameter.

[Frame Type]

Same as [PortMode] Input Parameter.

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify

[PortNumber]<portnumber>

portmode

[PortMode]<portmode>

 

Administrator

show

[PortNumber]<portnumber>

portmode

All

 

Sets the framing mode protocol of the specified port on the local switch to that of any other switch connected to that port. However, changing the port transmission mode from SONET to SDH is not supported.

Displays the current framing mode protocol of all ports or a specified port on the switch.

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Examples

switch_prompt #

modify portmode

PortNumber(ALL)

: a1

PortMode(SONET)

: sdh

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt #

show portmode

PortNumber(ALL)

:

Port ID Frame

Type

============================================================================

A1

SDH

A2

SONET

A3

SONET

A4

SONET

B1

SONET

B2

SONET

B3

SONET

B4(CPU)

SONET

C1

SONET

C2

SONET

C3

SONET

C4

SONET

D1

SONET

D2

SONET

D3

SONET

D4

SONET

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

PortStat

Use PortStat (port statistics) to manage traffic statistics for a given port or all ports. These statistics relate to network resources management, congestion, and performance issues.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

show, clear

Parameter

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[PortNumber]

Port number on the switch.

ALL, A1 A4,...

ALL

 

 

B1...

B3, C1...

C4,

 

 

 

D1...

D4

 

 

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Total OAM Cells Received]

Total OAM (operations and maintenance) cells the system received.

[Total RM Cells Received]

Total cells dropped when the switch drops cells (includes those dropped when

 

unknown VCs (virtual circuits) and CLP1 (cell loss priority) cells are

 

dropped).

[Total Cells Dropped]

Total cells dropped across the system. (includes those dropped when

 

unknown VCs (virtual circuits) and CLP1 (cell loss priority) cells are

 

dropped).

[Total Unknown VC Cells Dropped]

Total unknown VC cells dropped.

[Total CLP1 Cells Received]

Total CLP1 cells received.

[Total CLP1 Cells Dropped]

Total CLP1 cells dropped.

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Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Descriptions

 

 

 

show [PortNumber] <portnumber>

portstat

All

Displays ATM statistics for a given port or all ports, represented in number of cells. These statistics relate to network resources management, congestion, and performance issues. The counter has a 32-bitmaximum before it wraps around. Entershow portstat /d (detail) to obtain more details about the ports. Use clear portstat to reset port statistic counters.

clear [PortNumber] <portnumber>

portstat

All

Clears the ATM cell counts and reinitializes all port statistics to “0” for the specified port or all ports. This command clears only the software values and does not flush the hardware registers, which might have counts accumulated since the registers were last read.

Examples

switch_prompt # show portstat

PortNumber(ALL)

 

 

 

:

 

Port ID

OAM

RM

CLP1

Unk VC

CLP1

Total

 

Recvd

Recvd

Recvd

Dropped

Dropped

Dropped

============================================================================

A1

0

0

0

0

0

0

A2

0

0

0

0

0

0

A3

0

0

0

0

0

0

A4

0

0

0

13839

0

13839

B1

0

0

0

0

0

0

B2

0

0

0

0

0

0

B3

0

0

0

0

0

0

B4(CPU)

0

0

0

16777215

0

16777215

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

 

switch_prompt # show portstat /d

 

 

 

 

PortNumber(ALL)

 

 

:

 

 

Port A1

Statistics

 

 

 

 

 

============================================================================

OAM Cells Received

: 0

RM Cells Received

: 0

CLP1 Cells

Received

: 0

Unknown VC

Cells Dropped

: 0

CLP1 Cells

Dropped

: 0

Total Cells Dropped

: 0

Port A2

Statistics

 

============================================================================

OAM Cells Received

: 0

RM Cells Received

:

0

CLP1 Cells Received

:

0

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Unknown VC

Cells Dropped

: 0

CLP1

Cells

Dropped

:

0

Total Cells Dropped

:

0

Port

A3

Statistics

 

 

============================================================================

OAM Cells Received

: 0

RM Cells Received

: 0

CLP1 Cells

Received

: 0

Unknown VC

Cells Dropped

: 0

CLP1 Cells

Dropped

: 0

Total Cells Dropped

: 0

Port A4

Statistics

 

============================================================================

OAM Cells Received

: 0

RM Cells Received

: 0

CLP1 Cells

Received

: 0

Unknown VC

Cells Dropped

: 13851

CLP1 Cells

Dropped

: 0

Total Cells Dropped

: 13851

OAM Cells Received

: 0

RM Cells Received

: 0

CLP1 Cells

Received

: 0

Unknown VC

Cells Dropped

: 0

CLP1 Cells

Dropped

: 0

Total Cells Dropped

: 0

Port B2

Statistics

 

============================================================================

OAM Cells Received

: 0

RM Cells Received

: 0

CLP1 Cells

Received

: 0

Unknown VC

Cells Dropped

: 0

CLP1 Cells

Dropped

: 0

Total Cells Dropped

: 0

Port B3

Statistics

 

============================================================================

OAM Cells Received

: 0

RM Cells Received

: 0

CLP1 Cells

Received

: 0

Unknown VC

Cells Dropped

: 0

CLP1 Cells

Dropped

: 0

Total Cells Dropped

: 0

Port B4(CPU) Statistics

============================================================================

OAM Cells Received

: 0

RM Cells Received

: 0

CLP1 Cells

Received

: 0

Unknown VC

Cells Dropped

: 16777215

CLP1 Cells

Dropped

: 0

Total Cells Dropped

: 16777215

switch_prompt #

 

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Console Commands

PortTrafficCongestion

Use PortTrafficCongestion (port traffic congestion) to manage traffic congestion parameter for the specified port.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

modify, show

Parameter

Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[PortNumber]

Port number on the switch.

ALL, A1...A4,

ALL

 

 

B1...B3, C1...C4,

 

 

 

D1...D4

 

[Queue #

Value programmed into the switch for minimum/

0-4096

0 (Min.)

Minimum/Maximum

maximum threshold (in number of cells) for the

 

4096 (Max.)

CellCounter]

specified priority queue (where “#” is 1, 2, 3, or 4).

 

 

 

If the number of cells received by the switch on

 

 

 

the specified priority queue for this port exceeds

 

 

 

maximum threshold value, the switch discards the

 

 

 

cell.

 

 

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify

[PortNumber] <portnumber>

porttrafficcongestion [Queue#Min/MaxCellCounter]

<queue#min/maxcellcounter>

Administrator

Modifies the traffic congestion settings for a specified port or all ports. You can change the minimum and maximum buffer thresholds, in cells, for each priority queue on a port. Cell buffer memory then reserves the minimum buffer size for cells on the specified priority queue of that port. Cells are discarded when the maximum buffer threshold is reached.

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Console Commands

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show

[PortNumber] <portnumber>

porttrafficcongestion

All

Displays the traffic congestion settings for the ports. The minimum buffer threshold is reserved in cell buffer memory for cells in the specified priority queue for the given port. Cells are discarded when the maximum buffer threshold is reached.

Examples

switch_prompt # modify portrafficcongestion

 

 

 

Port(ALL)

 

 

 

 

:

 

 

 

Queue1MinimumCellCounter(0)

 

:

40

 

 

Queue2MinimumCellCounter(0)

 

:

40

 

 

Queue3MinimumCellCounter(0)

 

:

40

 

 

Queue4MinimumCellCounter(0)

 

:

40

 

 

Queue1MaximumCellCounter(4096)

 

:

2000

 

 

Queue2MaximumCellCounter(4096)

 

:

2000

 

 

Queue3MaximumCellCounter(4096)

 

:

2000

 

 

Queue4MaximumCellCounter(4096)

 

:

2000

 

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

switch_prompt # show porttrafficcongestion

 

 

 

PortNumber(ALL)

 

 

 

:

 

 

 

Port ID

Queue 1

Queue 2

Queue 3

Queue 4

 

Min

Max

Min

Max

Min

Max

Min

Max

============================================================================

A1

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

A2

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

A3

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

A4

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

B1

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

B2

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

B3

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

B4(CPU)

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

0

4096

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Privilege

Use Privilege to manage the privilege level of the current user.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

show, enable, disable

Parameter

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[Password]

Current password for that privilege level.

5-8characters

n/a

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show All privilege

enable [Password] <currentpassword>

All

Displays the privilege level of the current user. The two available levels are Administrator and Read Only.

Raises the privilege level. There are two levels in the switch—Read-Onlyand Administrator. If you are logged on with aRead-Onlyprivilege status and then issue this command, the switch prompts you for the Administrator [Password] before allowing access to Administrator commands.

disable

Administrator

Lowers the privilege level from Administrator to Read Only.

 

 

No password is required.

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Console Commands

Examples

switch_prompt # show privilege

The current user is Administrator switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # enable password:********

switch_prompt # disable

The current user is ReadOnly switch_prompt #

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Prompt

Use Prompt to control how the switch prompt is displayed on the console monitor.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

modify

Parameter

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[Prompt]

New prompt name.

1-25characters

switch_prompt

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify

[Prompt] <newpromptname>

Changes the displayed prompt on your console monitor.

prompt

All

 

 

 

Example

switch_prompt # set prompt

Prompt(switch_prompt) : My_Switch

My_Switch #

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PVC

Use PVC (permanent virtual circuit) to manage PVCs on specific ports configured on the switch.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

add, delete, activate, deactivate, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ConnType]

Connection type for PMP (point-to-multipoint)

PMP, PTP

PTP

 

or PTP (point-to-point).

 

 

[LowPort]

Port receiving the backward traffic flow of the

A1...A4, B1...B3,

A1

 

high/low pair.

C1...C4, D1... D4

 

[LowVPI]

Low VPI (virtual path identifier) number. The

0-maximum

0

 

range is modifiable by setting [MaxVpibits] at

 

 

 

modify portconfig.

 

 

[LowVCI]

Low VCI (virtual circuit identifier) number.

0-maximum

33

 

Modifiable by setting [MaxVcibits] at modify

 

 

 

portconfig.

 

 

[HighPort]

Port sending the forward traffic flow of the

A1...A4, B1...B3,

A1

 

high/low pair.

C1...C4, D1... D4

 

[HighVPI]

High VPI number. Modifiable by setting

0-maximum

0

 

[MaxVpibits] at modify portconfig.

 

 

[HighVCI]

High VCI number. Modifiable by setting

0-maximum

34

 

[MaxVcibits] at modify portconfig.

 

 

[FwdTrafficDescIndex]

Index of the traffic descriptor for the forward

1, 2, 3, 4.../

1

 

(low-to-high)connection of VCs (virtual

1-20

 

 

circuits). Create traffic descriptor prior to

 

 

 

creating this PVC.

 

 

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Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[BkwTrafficDescIndex]

Index of the traffic descriptor for the backward

1, 2, 3, 4.../

1

 

(high-to-low)connection of VCs. This PVC

1-20

 

 

traffic descriptor must have no reserved

 

 

 

bandwidth.

 

 

[PortNumber]

Port number on the switch.

ALL, A1...A4,

ALL

 

 

B1...B3, C1...C4,

 

 

 

D1...D4

 

[CrossConnId]

Chronological sequential index marker of the

1, 2, 3, 4.../

ALL

 

circuits. All PMP cross-connectIDs of the same

n/a

 

 

low port have the same cross-connectID.

 

 

In the Output Parameter table below, (</d>) appears next to the parameter that is available only through the show pvc /d (detailed) command. When (</s>) appears next to a parameter, the parameter appears in both the summarized table and the detailed table.

Output Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

 

 

 

[ConnId] (</s>)

[Conn SubId] (</s>)

[Traffic Type] (</s>)

[Admin Status] (</s>)

[LowPort] (</s>) [LowVPI] (</s>) [LowVCI] (</s>) [HighPort] (</s>) [HighVPI] (</s>) [HighVCI] (</s>)

[FwdTrafficDescIndex] (</s>) [BkwTrafficDescIndex] (</s>)

Same as [CrossConnId] Input Parameter.

See above

ID of the leaf in PMP connection. If you do not specify a

1, 2, 3, 4.../

sub ID, all leaves of a PMP connection identified by the

n/a

cross-connectID will be deleted.

 

Traffic type of the descriptor.

CBR, NRTVBR,

 

RTVBR, UBR

Status of the VC. Modified by the Administrator.

UP, DOWN

These parameters are available in the show pvc /s

n/a/

option, as well as those listed above. See the Input

n/a

Parameter table above for descriptions.

 

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Output Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

 

 

 

[Low to High Operational

Status of the forward connection. Status is from the

UP, DOWN

Status] (</d>)

low-to-highVCL (virtual channellink)—theconnection

 

 

between host and switch.

 

[High to Low Operational

Status of the backward connection. Status is from the

UP, DOWN

Status] (</d>)

high-to-lowVCL—theconnection between host and

 

 

switch.

 

[Low to High Last Change (Time in 1/100 seconds since last reboot)] (</d>)

Time stamp of last change in operations status of forward 1/100 seconds traffic connection.

[High to Low Last Change (Time in 1/100 seconds since last reboot)] (</d>)

Time stamp of last change in status of backward

1/100 seconds

connection.

 

[Fwd TrafficType] (</d>)

Traffic type of this forward cross-connect.

CBR, NRTVBR,

 

 

RTVBR, UBR

[Fwd Bandwidth Allocated in

Forward bandwidth allocated to this cross-connect,as

Kb/s/0-622000

Kb/s] (</d>)

calculated by CAC (call admission control).

 

[Fwd Priority Queue] (</d>)

Forward priority of the internal queue of this

HIGH,

 

cross-connect,as calculated by CAC.

MEDIUM-HIGH,

 

 

MEDIUM-LOW,LOW

[Fwd Early Packet Discard

Forward early packet discard of this cross-connect,as

Enabled, Disabled

(for Lower...)] (</d>)

calculated by CAC for the low threshold of congestion.

 

[Fwd Early Packet

Forward early packet discard of this cross-connect,as

Enabled, Disabled

Discard(for Higher...)]

calculated by CAC for the high threshold of congestion.

 

(</d>)

 

 

[Fwd RM Cell Priority]

Forward RM cell priority for this cross-connect,as

Enabled, Disabled

(</d>)

calculated by CAC.

 

[Fwd Cell Loss Priority

Indicates status of CLP in the forward direction.

Enabled, Disabled

(CLP)] (</d>)

 

 

[Number of Cells received in

Number of cells received in the forward direction of this

1, 2, 3, 4.../

the Fwd Direction] (</d>)

cross-connect.Updated every 40 seconds.

n/a

[Number of Cells dropped in

Number of cells dropped in the forward direction of this

1, 2, 3, 4.../

the Fwd Direction] (</d>)

cross-connect.Updated every 40 seconds.

n/a

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Output Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

 

 

 

[Number of EPD Packets dropped in the Fwd Direction] (</d>)

[Bkw TrafficType] (</d>)

[Bkw Bandwidth allocated in Kb/s] (</d>)

[Bkw Priority Queue] (</d>)

Number of EPD (early packet discard) packets dropped

1, 2, 3, 4.../

in the forward direction of this cross-connect.Updated

n/a

every 40 seconds.

 

Traffic type of this backward cross-connect.

CBR, NRTVBR,

 

RTVBR, UBR

Backward bandwidth allocated to this cross-connect,as

Kb/s/

calculated by CAC.

0-622000

Backward priority of the internal queue of this

HIGH,

cross-connect,as calculated by CAC.

MEDIUM-HIGH,

 

MEDIUM-LOW,LOW

[Bkw Early Packet

Discard(for Lower...)] (</d>)

[Bkw Early Packet Discard

(for Higher...)] (</d>)

[Bkw RM Cell Priority] (</d>)

[Bkw Cell Loss Priority] (CLP)] (</d>)

[Number of Cells received in the Bkw Direction] (</d>)

[Number of Cells dropped in the Bkw Direction] (</d>)

[Number of EPD Packets dropped in the Bkw Direction] (</d>)

[Cross-connectId]

Backward early packet discard of this cross-connect,as

Enabled, Disabled

calculated by CAC for the low threshold of congestion.

 

Backward early packet discard of this cross-connect,as

Enabled, Disabled

calculated by CAC for the high threshold of congestion.

 

Backward RM cell priority for this cross-connect,as

Enabled, Disabled

calculated by CAC.

 

Indicates status of CLP in the backward direction.

Enabled, Disabled

Number of cells received in the backward direction of

1, 2, 3, 4.../

this cross-connect.Updated every 40 seconds.

n/a

Number of cells dropped in the backward direction of

1, 2, 3, 4...

this cross-connect.Updated every 40 seconds.

/n/a

Number of EPD packets dropped in the backward

1, 2, 3, 4...

direction of this cross-connect.Updated every 40

/n/a

seconds.

 

Same as [CrossConId] Input Parameter.

1, 2, 3, 4.../

 

n/a

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Console Commands

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

add pvc [ConnType] <connectiontype> [LowPort] <lowport> [LowVPI] <lowvpi>

[LowVCI] <lowvci> [HighPort] <highport> [HighVPI] <highvpi> [HighVCI] <highvci> [FwdTrafficDescIndex] <fwdtrafficdescindex> [BkwTrafficDescIndex] <bkwtrafficdescindex>

Administrator

delete pvc [LowPort] <lowport>

[LowVPI] <lowvpi>

[LowVCI] <lowvci>

[HighPort] <highport>

[HighVPI] <highvpi>

[HighVCI] <highvci>

Adds a PVC cross-connectto the switch, which sets up a virtual circuit on the specified ports.

When referring to ports, the terms “low” and “high” refer to the direction of data flow, inbound (forward) and outbound (backward). Thus, forward is the connection from the low port to the high port and backward is the connection from the high port to the low port.

Before adding a PVC you can define the traffic descriptor for both the forward and backward directions using add

trafficdescriptor.

Removes a PVC cross-connectbased on across-connectID or across-connectsub ID. The sub IDs identify a leaf in PMP connections. Enter show pvc before this command to display thecross-connectID and sub IDs.

Administrator

activate pvc [LowPort] <lowport>

[LowVPI] <lowvpi>

[LowVCI] <lowvci>

[HighPort] <highport>

[HighVPI] <highvpi

[HighVCI] <highvci>

Administrator

deactivate pvc [LowPort] <lowport>

[LowVPI] <lowvpi>

[LowVCI] <lowIPvci>

[HighPort] <highport

[HighVPI] <highvpi>

[HighVCI] <highvci>

Activates a PVC. This is applicable only if the PVC was deactivated by the Administrator. In a PMP PVC, this command must be repeated for every leg of the PVC.

Deactivates a PVC. This is applicable only if the PVC is operational and it must be made inactive. However, this command is not persistent. If you reboot the switch, the PVC becomes active again.

Administrator

show pvc [Port Number] <portnumber>

[CrossConId] <crossconnectid>

All

Displays all PVCs configured for the specified port. It has two modes of printing—detailed</d> and summary </s>. The </d> option flag displays detailed information; the </s> flag displays summarized information. Every PVC is assigned a unique number, called thecross-connectid.The40-secondinterval is the maximum duration for holding these counters without overflowing them.Special PVCs are signaling and ILMI. They use VCI 5 and 16, respectively.

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You can create either a PTP (point-to-point)or PMP(point-to-multipoint)PVC when you define the ports and low identifiers [vci] and [vpi]. To send traffic from one port to multiple ports, enter the same low port and low identifiers for all the PVCs at a single port. Then, for each PVC from that single incoming port, enter unique high ports and high identifiers. PTP PVCs must have unique low and high ports and identifiers. A PMP connection is used when you want to multicast (restrict broadcasting) from a single point (root) to multiple points (leaves). Leaves could be home computers receiving and simultaneously viewing a single video program.

Examples

switch_prompt # add pvc

 

ConnType(PTP)

:

LowPort(A1)

:d2

LowVPI(0)

:

LowVCI(33)

:

HighPort(A1)

:d3

HighVPI(0)

:

HighVCI(34)

:

FwdTrafficDescriptorIndex(1)

:7

BkwTrafficDescriptorIndex(1)

:8

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt # delete pvc

 

LowPort(A1)

: d2

LowVPI(0)

:

LowVCI :( 0 )

: 33

HighPort :( A1 )

: d3

HighVPI :( 0 )

:

HighVCI :( 0 )

: 34

Confirm? (y/n): y

 

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt # activate pvc

 

LowPort(A1)

: d2

LowVPI(0)

:

LowVCI :( 0 )

: 33

HighPort :( A1 )

: d3

HighVPI :( 0 )

:

HighVCI :( 0 )

: 34

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt # deactivate pvc

 

LowPort(A1)

: d2

LowVPI(0)

:

LowVCI :( 0 )

: 33

HighPort :( A1 )

: d3

HighVPI :( 0 )

:

HighVCI :( 0 )

: 34

switch_prompt #

 

These examples show a standard, summarized and detailed listing of the PVC parameters of one port - d2.

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Console Commands

Standard Report

switch_prompt # show

pvc d2

 

 

 

 

CrossConnId :( ALL ):

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conn

Conn

Traffic

Conn

 

Low

High

 

Admin

Id

SubId

Type

Type

Port

Vpi/Vci

Port

Vpi/Vci

Status

===========================================================================

00024 00049 CBR

PTP

D2

000/00033

D3

000/00034 UP

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

 

Summarized Report ( [/s d2] )

switch_prompt # show

pvc /s d2

 

 

 

 

CrossConnId :( ALL ):

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conn

Conn

Traffic

Conn

 

Low

High

 

Admin

Id

SubId

Type

Type

Port

Vpi/Vci

Port

Vpi/Vci

Status

===========================================================================

00024

00049

CBR

PTP

D2

000/00033

D3

000/00034

UP

00032

00048

CBR

PTP

D1

000/00033

D2

000/00034

UP

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Detailed Report for One Port ( [/d b2] )

switch_prompt # show pvc

/d b2

CrossConnectId(ALL)

:

Show Cross Connection in

Detailed Mode

==============================================================================

Cross Connect Id

 

:

4099

Connection Type

 

:

PTP

Low Port

 

 

:

B4(CPU)

Low VPI

 

 

:

0

Low VCI

 

 

:

1046

High Port

 

 

:

B2

High VPI

 

 

:

0

High VCI

 

 

:

5

Administrative Status

 

:

UP

Low to High Operational Status

:

UP

High to Low Operational Status

:

UP

Low to High Last Change(In 100ths of a sec since last reboot):

1610

High to Low Last Change(In 100ths of a sec since last reboot):

1610

Forward Traffic Type

 

:

NRTVBR

Forward Bandwidth Allocated in Kb/s

:

411

Forward

Priority Queue

 

:

MEDIUM-LOW

Fwd Early Packet Discard(For Lower Threshold of Congestion)

:

Disabled

Fwd Early Packet Discard(For Higher Threshold of Congestion) :

Enabled

Forward RM Cell Priority

:

Disabled

Forward Cell Los Priority(CLP)

:

Enabled

Number of Cells Received in the Fwd Direction

:

25973

Number of Cells Dropped in the Fwd Direction

:

0

Number of Epd Packets

Dropped in the Fwd Direction

:

0

Backward Traffic Type

 

:

NRTVBR

Backward Bandwidth Allocated in Kb/s

:

411

Backward Priority Queue

 

:

MEDIUM-LOW

Bkwd Early Packet Discard(For Lower Threshold of Congestion) :

Disabled

Bkwd Early Packet Discard(For Higher Threshold of Congestion):

Enabled

Backward RM Cell Priority

:

Disabled

Backward Cell Los Priority(CLP)

:

Enabled

Number of Cells Received in the Bkwd Direction

:

26388

Number of Cells Dropped in the Bkwd Direction

:

0

Number of Epd Packets

Dropped in the Bkwd Direction

:

0

Cross Connect Id

 

:

4103

Connection Type

 

:

PTP

Low Port

 

 

:

B4(CPU)

Low VPI

 

 

:

0

Low VCI

 

 

:

1062

High Port

 

 

:

B2

High VPI

 

 

:

0

High VCI

 

 

:

16

Administrative Status

 

:

UP

Low to High Operational Status

:

UP

High to Low Operational Status

:

UP

Low to High Last Change(In 100ths of a sec since last reboot):

1722

High to Low Last Change(In 100ths of a sec since last reboot):

1722

Forward Traffic Type

 

:

NRTVBR

Forward Bandwidth Allocated in Kb/s

:

411

Forward

Priority Queue

 

:

MEDIUM-LOW

Fwd Early Packet Discard(For Lower Threshold of Congestion)

:

Disabled

Fwd Early Packet Discard(For Higher Threshold of Congestion) :

Enabled

Forward RM Cell Priority

:

Disabled

Forward Cell Los Priority(CLP)

:

Enabled

Number of Cells Received in the Fwd Direction

:

4590

Number of Cells Dropped in the Fwd Direction

:

0

Number of Epd Packets

Dropped in the Fwd Direction

:

0

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Backward Traffic Type

:

NRTVBR

Backward Bandwidth Allocated in Kb/s

:

411

Backward Priority

Queue

:

MEDIUM-LOW

Bkwd Early Packet

Discard(For Lower Threshold of Congestion) :

Disabled

Bkwd Early Packet

Discard(For Higher Threshold of Congestion):

Enabled

Backward RM Cell Priority

:

Disabled

Backward Cell Los

Priority(CLP)

:

Enabled

Number of Cells Received in the Bkwd Direction

:

4588

Number of Cells Dropped in the Bkwd Direction

:

0

Number of Epd Packets Dropped in the Bkwd Direction

:

0

SmartCell ZX #

 

 

 

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Console Commands

PVCByID

Use PVCByID (permanent virtual circuit by identification number) to manage cross-connectbased PVCs on across-connectID or sub ID.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

activate, deactivate, delete

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[CrossConnId]

Identifies the PVC on the switch. Chronological

0, 1, 2, 3, 4...

0

 

sequential index marker of the circuits.

/n/a

 

[CrossConnSubId]

ID of the leaf in PMP connection.

0, 1, 2, 3, 4.../

0

 

 

n/a

 

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

activate

[CrossConnId] <crossconnid>

pvcbyid

[CrossConnSubId]

 

<crossconnsubid>

 

Administrator

deactivate

[CrossConnId] <crossconnid>

pvcbyid

[CrossConnSubId]

 

<crossconnsubid>

 

Administrator

Activates a PVC by its unique identifier. Can be used instead of activate pvc and requires fewer input parameters if the PVC had been created usingcreate pvc. If the CrossConnSubId is “0”, then all the PVCs with same CrossConnId are deactivated.

Deactivates a PVC by its unique identifier. Can be used instead of deactivate pvc and requires fewer input parameters if the PVC had been created usingcreate pvc. If the CrossConnSubId is “0”, then all the PVCs with same CrossConnId are deactivated.

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show pvc

Console Commands

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

delete [CrossConnId] <crossconnid>

pvcbyid [CrossConnSubId]

<crossconnsubid>

Administrator

Removes a PVC by the cross-connectID or sub ID. The sub IDs identify a leaf in PMP connections. Enter

before this command to display the cross-connectID and sub IDs. If you do not specify a sub ID, all leaves of a PMP identified by thecross-connectID will be deleted.

Examples

switch_prompt #

activate pvcbyid

CrossConnId(0)

 

: 4097

CrossConnSubId(0)

: 2061

switch_prompt #

 

 

switch_prompt #

delete pvcbyid

CrossConnId:(0)

 

: 24

CrossConnSubId:(0)

: 49

Confirm? (y/n)

 

: y

switch_prompt #

 

 

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Reboot

Use Reboot to reboot the switch. Enter Reboot with caution as it is instantly entered without offering the chance to confirm your decision.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

reboot

Parameters

This command has no parameters. Just type reboot at the switch prompt and the switch reboots. You should be aware that there is no confirm option.

Description

Operator Parameters/Permissions Description

reboot [Reboot] <reboot>

Administrator

Reboots the switch. Be aware that most switch attributes are persistent, so if you reboot, you will need to manually start any switch attribute that you had stopped before the switch reboot (for example, the LECS switch attribute).

Do not enter this command from a telnet session because it breaks any connection you have with the switch. You should be located near the switch—mostprobably the switchconsole—soyou can conveniently reconnect to the switch from there.

Press any key during the first seven seconds after entering this command as a way to avoid the full switch diagnostic session. By pressing any key and then typing go, the switch will conduct a basic diagnostic session. See the following example for more details:

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Console Commands

Example

switch_prompt # reboot

 

 

 

 

 

Luxor Start-upCode Version 1.0.0, Nov 13 1996

 

 

Copyright 1995, ZeitNet Inc.

 

 

 

 

CPU Board Details:

 

 

 

 

 

Board Revision: 1

CPU Speed:

25 MHZ.

 

 

Common DRAM Base Address: e0000000, Size:

8 MB.

No CPU DRAM.

 

 

 

 

 

Secondary Flash Base Address: 90000000, Size:

 

4 MB.

Switch Board 1 Present:

 

 

 

 

 

Press any key to exit to debug monitor. Waiting for 07 seconds...

04

 

 

 

 

 

=>go

 

 

 

 

 

Verifying Checksum of Secondary Flash...

 

 

Attaching network interface ei0... done.

 

 

Attaching network interface lo0... done.

 

 

0xe0576440 (tRootTask): flashFsLib: Initialized

 

 

Initializing Flash File-System

 

 

 

 

Initializing System

 

 

 

 

 

Initializing Hardware

 

 

 

 

 

Initializing Alarms, Logging and Tracing

 

 

Initializing Signalling (please wait)

 

 

 

Initializing ILMI

 

 

 

 

 

NOTICE - 'tZILMId' Sending Ilmi Up Trap for link 1

 

NOTICE - 'tRootTask' Port A1

(1)

DOWN

 

 

NOTICE - 'tZILMId' *************** Bringing Port A1

(1) down ****************

NOTICE - 'tZILMId' Sending ILMI Down Trap for link 1

 

NOTICE - 'tRootTask' Port A2

(2)

DOWN

 

 

NOTICE - 'tRootTask' Port A3

(3)

DOWN

 

 

NOTICE - 'tZILMId' ZQ2110: QSAAL Link

1 Down

 

 

NOTICE - 'tRootTask' Port A4

(4)

DOWN

 

 

NOTICE - 'tRootTask' Port B1

(5)

DOWN

 

 

NOTICE - 'tRootTask' Port B2

(6)

DOWN

 

 

NOTICE - 'tRootTask' Port B3

(7)

DOWN

 

 

Initializing LANE Servers

 

 

 

 

NOTICE - 'ZLESSRV' ***** LES started *****

Initializing LANE & IP/ATM Client

Initializing Watchdog Timer

SmartCell ZX Command Console

SmartCell ZX Version 1.1(22) (c) Cabletron Systems Inc.

password: NOTICE

-

'tZTOTask' LECS Operational

NOTICE - 'tZILMId'

LECS Address Registration with ILMI complete

The current user

is

Administrator

switch_prompt #

 

 

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Console Commands

Route

Use Route to administer IP (internet protocol) route management to an ATM client through an Ethernet network. It allows network management software to communicate across a network of switches.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

add, delete, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[DestNetIP]

IP network number of a remote network.

dot decimal/

NONE

 

 

7-15characters

 

[GatewayIP]

IP address for gateway to the remote network.

dot decimal/

NONE

 

 

7-15characters

 

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[flags]

The flags field is a bitmask of different options:

 

0x1 – Route is usable (“up”)

 

0x2 – Destination address is a gateway0x4 – Host-specificrouting

 

 

entry

 

0x10 – Created dynamically by ICMP redirect

 

0x20 – Modified dynamically by ICMP redirect

[Refcnt]

Internal/debugging info.

[Use]

Number of times this route has been used to send a packet.

[Interface]

Interface used for forwarding packets on this route.

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Console Commands

Descriptions

Operator Parameters/Permissions Description

add route [DestNetIP] <destnetip> [GatewayIP] <gatewayip>

Administrator

Creates an IP route to an ATM client when it is not directly connected to the NMS (network management system). You must assign both the destination IP address and the gateway IP address to reach the ATM client, and these addresses must already exist.

delete [DestNetIP] <destnetip> route[GatewayIP] <gatewayip>

Administrator

show route All

Removes an IP route from the switch configuration when it is not directly connected to the NMS.

Displays IP routes used by the switch. The flag numbers shown in the flags column relate to the hexadecimal figures listed in the Output Parameter table above. Whatever number is shown defines what flags are active. For example, 1 equals flag 0x1; 5 equals flag 0x1 + flag 0x4; 7 equals flag 0x1 + flag 0x2 + flag 0x4 and so on.

Examples

switch_prompt #

add route

 

 

DestNetIP()

 

: 204.95.77.187

 

GatewayIP()

 

: 204.95.77.186

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

switch_prompt #

show route

 

 

ROUTE NET TABLE

 

 

 

destination

gateway

flags Refcnt Use

Interface

------------------------------------------------------------------------

90.1.1.0

90.1.1.186

1

0

6508

zn1

204.95.77.0

204.95.77.186

1

3

6312

ei0

------------------------------------------------------------------------

ROUTE HOST TABLE

destination gateway flags Refcnt Use Interface

------------------------------------------------------------------------

127.0.0.1

127.0.0.1

5

0

0

lo0

204.95.77.187

204.95.77.186

5

0

0

ei0

------------------------------------------------------------------------

switch_prompt #

switch_prompt # delete route

 

DestNetIP()

: 204.95.77.187

GatewayIP()

: 204.95.77.186

switch_prompt #

 

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Console Commands

Rows

Use Rows to alter the number of rows per page on the console display.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

modify

Parameter

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[Rows]

Number of rows per page (0 turns off pagination).

0 to 999

18

Description

Operator Parameters/Permissions Description

modify rows [rows] <number>

Administrator

Sets the number of rows per page on the console display, by telling the switch how many lines your console supports. If you do not want screen breaks in the output, set the number of rows to "0".

Example

switch_prompt # modify rows

Rows(18): 25

There are now 25 rows per page

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

SARStat

Use SARStat (segmentation and reassembly statistics) to view statistics from the SAR on the CPU port. This is useful for debugging hardware problems.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

show

Parameters

This command has no input parameters. Just type show sarstat at the switch prompt.

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Rcv Pkts]

Number of packets received since last up-timeor clear.

[RCV Byts]

Number of bytes received since last up-timeor clear.

[Raw Cell]

Number of raw cells received.

[Buf UF]

Number of underflow buffers received since last up-timeor clear.

[FIFO OR]

Number of first in, first out overruns received.

[Max Len]

Maximum length of packet.

[Len Err]

Number of packet-lengtherrors received.

[Crc Err]

Number of packet-lengtherrors received.

[U Abrts]

Number of user aborts received since last up-timeor clear.

[T1 Err]

Number of T1 errors received since last up-timeor clear.

[Chnl DVT]

Number of channel DVT (delay variation tolerance) indicators since last up-timeor clear.

[spur Int]

Number of spurious indicators since last up-timeor clear.

[Ttl Err]

Total errors received since last up-timeor clear.

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Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[ISR Int]

Total interrupts received.

[RQU Int]

Receive queue underrun indicator since last up-timeor clear.

[RQA Int]

Receive queue alert indicator since last up-timeor clear.

[MM Int]

Mailbox modified indicator.

[MF Int]

Mailbox full indicator.

[SBE Int]

System bus error indicator since last up-timeor clear.

[SPE Int]

System parity error indicator since last up-timeor clear.

[CPE Int]

Number of control monitor parity error indicators.

[PI Int]

Physical interface indicator.

[RD Int]

Receive deactivated indicator since last up-timeor clear.

[RCR Int]

Raw cell received indicator.

[Pkts Qd]

Number of packets queued.

[Pkts Cmp]

Number of packets completed.

[Byts Cmp]

Number of bytes completed since last up-timeor clear.

[Pkts Drp]

Number of packets dropped.

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show

Administrator

Displays all levels of statistics for the SAR. AAL (ATM

sarstat

 

adaptation layer) commands act on the SAR of VCs (virtual

 

 

circuits) and VC statistics.

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Console Commands

Example

switch_prompt # show sarstat

Receive

Statistics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rcv Pkts:

6

Rcv Byts:

648

Raw Cell:

0

Buf UF :

0

FIFO

OR

:

0

Max Len

:

0

Len Err :

0

Crc Err :

7

U Abrts

:

0

T1

Err

:

0

Chnl

DVT:

26

spur

Int:

0

Ttal

Err:

7

ISR

Int:

39

RQU

Int:

0

RQA

Int:

0

MM

Int:

39

MF

Int:

0

SBE

Int:

0

SPE

Int:

0

CPE

Int:

0

PI

Int:

0

RD

Int:

0

RCR

Int:

0

Transmit Statistics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pkts

Qd

:

20

Pkts Cmp:

20

Byts Cmp:

1712

Pkts Drp:

0

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Console Commands

Shutdown

Use Shutdown to shut down the switch to a state where it can be powered off. It stops all logging and synchronizes the file system. This must be run before turning off the switch.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

shutdown

Parameters

This command has no parameters. Just type shutdown at the switch prompt.

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Descriptions

 

 

 

shutdown

Administrator

After issuing this command, you will be prompted for

 

 

confirmation. Reply y to confirm; then you can safely power off

 

 

or reset the switch. By comparison, use exit when you have

 

 

only finished a console session.

Example

switch_prompt # shutdown

Confirm(y/n)?: y

switch_prompt #

You can switch off the system now

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Console Commands

SigConfig

Use SigConfig (signaling configuration) to manage signaling configuration of all or specific ports.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

modify, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[PortNumber]

Port number on the switch.

A1...A4, B1...B3,

A1

 

 

C1...C4, D1... D4

 

[CurrentInterfaceType]

Current signaling version type for the given

UNI3.0, UNI3.1,

UNI3.0

 

port number.

IISP3.0, IISP3.1

 

[CurrentInterfaceRole]

Current signaling role for the given port

USER, NETWORK

NETWORK

 

number.

 

 

[DefaultInterfaceType]

Default signaling version for the given port

UNI3.0, UNI3.1,

UNI3.0

 

number.

IISP3.0, IISP3.1

 

[DefaultInterfaceRole]

Default signaling role for the given port

USER, NETWORK

NETWORK

 

number.

 

 

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Console Commands

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

modify [PortNumber] <portnumber> sigconfig[CurrentInterfaceType]

<interfacetype>

[CurrentInterfaceRole]

<interfacerole>

[DefaultInterfaceType]

<interfacetype>

[DefaultInterfaceRole]

<interfacerole>

Administrator

show [PortNumber] <portnumber>

sigconfig

All

Modifies the current signaling configuration. This command turns off AutoDetectSigType. Enter modify portautodetect to turn AutoDetectSigType on again.

After you reboot the switch, if auto-detectis active (even if it is set to IISP3.0 (interiminter-switchsignaling protocol)), the switch resets to the default IISP3.1 setting. The UNI(user-networkinterface) setting remains the same. Ifauto-detectis inactive, the IISP3.0 setting remains after reboot.

Displays the current signaling configuration—includingsignaling timerdetails—ofall or specified ports.

Examples

switch_prompt # modify sigconfig

 

PortNumber(A1)

: A2

CurrentInterfaceType(UNI3.0)

: UNI3.1

CurrentInterfaceRole(NETWORK)

: USER

DefaultInterfaceType(UNI3.0)

: UNI3.1

DefaultInterfaceRole(NETWORK)

: USER

switch_prompt #

 

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The following examples are for a specific port - A2, and then for all ports:

switch_prompt # show sigconfig a2

PortNumber

: A2

Current Signaling Type

: UNI3.1

Current Signaling Role

: NETWORK

Default Signaling Type

: UNI3.1

Default Signaling Role

: NETWORK

Signaling Timers

:

 

TimerId

MaxInterval

RetryCount

(

In millisecs)

 

============================================================

 

303

008000

01

 

 

308

030000

01

 

 

309

050000

00

 

 

310

050000

00

 

 

313

040000

00

 

 

316

120000

02

 

 

317

119000

00

 

 

322

004000

02

 

 

398

004000

00

 

 

399

014000

00

 

 

400

003000

00

 

 

401

003000

00

 

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

switch_prompt # show sigconfig

 

 

PortNumber(ALL) :

 

 

 

Port

Current

Default

 

SigType

SigRole

SigType

SigRole

===========================================================================

A1

UNI3.0

NETWORK

UNI3.0

NETWORK

A2

UNI3.1

USER

UNI3.1

USER

A3

UNI3.0

NETWORK

UNI3.0

NETWORK

A4

UNI3.0

NETWORK

UNI3.0

NETWORK

B1

UNI3.0

NETWORK

UNI3.0

NETWORK

B2

UNI3.0

NETWORK

UNI3.0

NETWORK

B3

UNI3.0

NETWORK

UNI3.0

NETWORK

B4(CPU)

UNI3.0

NETWORK

UNI3.0

NETWORK

switch_prompt #

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SigFlags

Use SigFlags (signaling flags) to view the status of flags related to signaling. This command is unmodifiable, and the switch defaults to a UNI3.1 to UNI3.0 translation.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

show

Parameter

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Translation3130]

UNI route translation from UNI3.1 to UNI3.0.

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show

All

Displays the signaling flag settings. This command is

sigflags

 

unmodifiable.

Example

switch_prompt # show sigflags

Translation31To30 is enabled

switch_prompt #

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SigStat

Use SigStat (signaling statistics) to see current signaling statistics of all ports or a specific port.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

 

 

[PortNumber]

Port number on the switch.

A1

...A4, B1

...B3,

A1

 

 

C1...

C4, D1...

D4

 

Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Detect Unavailable Routes]

Number of SVC calls rejected because of unavailable IISP or UNI routes not

 

generated on this switch.

[Emit Unavailable Routes]

Number of SVC calls this switch rejected because of unavailable IISP or UNI

 

routes.

[Detect Unavailable Resources]

Number of calls rejected because of unavailable resources on other switches.

[Emit Unavailable Resources]

Number of calls rejected because of unavailable resources on this switch.

[Detect Called Party Problems]

Number of calls other switches rejected (such as incorrect or invalid called party

 

number or called party being busy).

[Emit Called Party Problems]

Number of calls this switch rejected (such as incorrect or invalid called party

 

number or called party being busy).

[Detect Signaling Message

Number of signaling message errors for other switches (such as invalid

Errors]

information elements (IE) or missing mandatory elements in the IEs).

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Output Parameter

Description

 

 

[Emit Signaling Message Errors]

Number of signaling message errors for this switch (such as invalid information

 

elements (IE) or missing mandatory elements in the IEs).

[Detect Timer Expirations]

Number of calls terminated by other switches due to timer expirations.

[Emit Timer Expirations]

Number of calls terminated by this switch due to timer expirations.

[Detect Restarts]

Number of requests (by the user) on other switches to release all resources

 

associated with the circuit controlled by signaling.

[Emit Restarts]

Number of requests (by the user) on this switch to release all resources

 

associated with the circuit controlled by signaling.

[In Call Establishments]

Number of successful call establishments from incoming call setups.

[Out Call Establishments]

Number of successful call establishments.

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show

[PortNumber] <portnumber>

Displays the current signaling statistics of all ports or

sigstat

All

specified ports on the switch.

 

 

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Console Commands

Example

switch_prompt #

show sigstat

PortNumber(ALL)

: a2

Signaling per Port Statistics

===========================================================================

Port#

 

:

A2

Detect

Unavailable Routes

:

0

Emitt

Unavailable Routes

:

0

Detect

Unavailable Resources

:

0

Emitt

Unavailable Resources

:

0

Detect

Called Party Problems

:

0

Emitt

Called Party Problems

:

0

Detect

Signaling Message Errors

:

0

Emitt

Signaling Message Errors

:

0

Detect

Timer Expirations

:

0

Emitt

Timer Expirations

:

0

Detect

Restarts

:

0

Emitt

Restarts

:

0

In Call Establishments

:

0

Out Call Establishments

:

0

switch_prompt #

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SSCOPConfig

Use SSCOPConfig (service-specificconnection-orientedprotocol configuration) to view timers and other parameter values.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

show

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[Port#]

Port number on the switch.

ALL, A1...A4, B1...B3,

ALL

 

 

C1...C4, D1...D4

 

[MaxPD]

Number of SD (switching delay) PDUs (protocol data

5-20

10

 

unit) after which a poll PDU is generated.

 

 

[MaxCC]

Number of begin PDUs sent during line establishment.

4-10

4

[PollTm]

Time between generation of PDUs.

m/seconds/

200

 

 

100-200

 

[KpAliveTm]

Controls poll exchange rate in the absence of SD PDU

m/seconds/

1000

 

traffic.

1000-2000/

 

[NoRespTm]

Maximum time within which a poll has to be

m/seconds/

10000

 

acknowledged by a PDU.

10000-15000

 

[CCTm]

Rate at which begin and end PDUs are generated.

m/seconds/

1000

 

 

1000-2000

 

[TxWindowSz]

Setting of transmit direction window size.

32-256

256

[RxWindowSz]

Setting of receive window size.

32-256

256

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Console Commands

Description

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show

[PortNumber] <portnumber>

Displays the SSCOP configuration control parameters.

sscopconfig

All

 

 

 

Examples

switch_prompt #

show sscopconfig

 

PortNumber(ALL)

: A1

 

Port# MaxPD MaxCC PollTm KpAliveTm NoRespTm CCTm

TxWindowSz RxWindowSz

===========================================================================

A1

15

5

250

1500

15000

1500

256

256

switch_prompt #

show sscopconfig /d

 

 

 

 

PortNumber(ALL)

 

 

 

 

:

 

 

Port#

MaxPD MaxCC PollTm

KpAliveTm NoRespTm CCTm

TxWindowSz RxWindowSz

===========================================================================

A1

15

5

250

1500

15000

1500

256

256

A2

10

4

500

1000

30000

1000

256

256

A3

10

4

500

1000

30000

1000

256

256

A4

10

4

500

1000

30000

1000

256

256

B1

10

4

500

1000

30000

1000

256

256

B2

10

4

500

1000

30000

1000

256

256

B3

10

4

500

1000

30000

1000

256

256

B4

10

4

500

1000

30000

1000

256

256

switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

SVC

Use SVC (switched virtual circuit) to see the SVCs created on the switch.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operator

show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[PortNumber]

Port number on the switch.

ALL, A1...A4,

ALL

 

 

B1...B3, C1...C4,

 

 

 

D1...D4

 

[CrossConnId]

Chronological sequential index marker of the

1,2,3,4.../

 

 

circuits. All point-to-multipoint(PMP)

n/a

 

 

cross-connectIDs of the same low port have the

 

 

 

same cross-connectID.

 

 

In the Output Parameter table below, (</d>) appears next to parameters that are available only through theshow svc /d (detailed) command. When (</s>) (summarized) appears next to a parameter, it means that this parameter is displayed in both the summarized and the detailed tables.

Output Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

 

 

 

[ConnId] (</s>)

Same as [CrossConnId] input parameter

1,2,3,4.../

 

 

n/a

[Conn SubId] (</s>)

Id of the leaf in PMP connection. If you do not specify a sub

1,2,3,4.../

 

ID, all leaves of a PMP connection identified by the

n/a

 

cross-connectID will be deleted.

 

[Traffic Type] (</s>)

Traffic type of the descriptor.

CBR, NRTVBR,

 

 

RTVBR, UBR

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Output Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

 

 

 

[ConnType] (</s>)

[LowPort] (</s>) [LowVPI] (</s>) [LowVCI] (</s>) [HighPort] (</s>) [HighVPI] (</s>) [HighVCI] (</s>)

Either PMP to PTP connection type.

PMP, PTP

These parameters are available in the show svc /s option, as

See Input Parameter

well as those listed above. See Input Parameter table above

table

for descriptions.

 

[AdminStatus] (</s>)

Status of the VC. It can be modified by the Administrator.

UP, DOWN

[L2HOpStatus] (</d>)

Status of the forward connection. Status is from the

UP, DOWN

 

low-to-highVCL (virtual channel link), the connection

 

 

between host and switch.

 

[H2LOpStatus] (</d>)

[L2HLastChange(Time in 1/100 second since last reboot)] (</d>)

Status of the backward connections. Status is from the

UP, DOWN

high-to-lowVCL, the connection between host at switch.

 

Time stamp of the last change in operation status of the

1/100 second

forward traffic connection.

 

[H2LLastChange)(Time in 1/100 second since last reboot)] (</d>)

Time stamp of the last changed in operation status of the

1/100 second

backward connections.

 

[FwdTrafficType] (</d>)

Traffic type of this forward cross-connect.

CBR, NRTVBR,

 

 

RTVBR, UBR

[FwdBandwidthAllocated

Forward bandwidth allocated to this cross-connect,as

Kb/s/

in Kb/s] (</d>)

calculated by CAC.

0-622000

[FwdPriorityQueue]

Forward priority of the internal queue of this cross-connect,

HIGH,

(</d>)

as calculated by CAC.

MEDIUM-HIGH,

 

 

MEDIUM-LOW,LOW

[FwdEarlyPacketDiscard

Forward EPD of this cross-connect,as calculated by CAC

Enabled, Disabled

(for Lower...)] (</d>)

for the low threshold of congestion.

 

[FwdEarlyPacketDiscard

Forward EPD of this cross-connect,as calculated by CAC

Enabled, Disabled

(for Higher...)] (</d>)

for the high threshold of congestion.

 

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Output Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

 

 

 

[FwdRMCellPriority]

Forward RM (resource management) cell priority for this

Enabled, Disabled

(</d>)

cross-connect,as calculated by CAC.

 

Fwd Cell Loss Priority

Forward bandwidth allocated to this cross-connect,as

Enabled, Disabled

(CLP)] (</d>)

calculated by CAC.

 

[Number of Cells received

Number of cells received the forward direction of this

0,1,2,3,4.../

in the Fwd Direction]

cross-connect.

n/a

(</d>)

 

 

[Number of Cells dropped

Number of cells dropped in the forward direction of this

0,1,2,3,4.../

in the Fwd Direction]

cross-connect.

n/a

(</d>)

 

 

[Number of EPD Packets

Number of EPD packetsdropped in the forward direction of

0,1,2,3,4.../

dropped in the Fwd

this cross-connect.

n/a

Direction] (</d>)

 

 

[Backward Traffic Type]

Traffic type of this backward cross-connect.

CBR, NRTVBR,

(</d>)

 

RTVBR, UBR

[Backward Bandwidth

Backward bandwidth allocated to this cross-connect,as

Kb/s/

Allocated in KB/s] (</d>)

calculated by CAC.

0-622000

[Backward Priority Queue]

Backward priority of the internal queue of this

HIGH,

(</d>)

cross-connect,as calculated by CAC.

MEDIUM-HIGH,

 

 

MEDIUM-LOW,LOW

[Bkwd Early Packet

Backward EPDof this cross-connect,as calculated by CAC

Enabled, Disabled

Discard (For Lower...)]

for the low threshold of congestion.

 

(</d>)

 

 

[Bkwd Early Packet

Backward EPDof this cross-connect,as calculated by CAC

Enabled, Disabled

Discard (For Higher...)]

for the high threshold of congestion.

 

(</d>)

 

 

[Backward RM Cell

Backward RM cell priority for this cross-connect,as

Enabled, Disabled

Priority] (</d>)

calculated by CAC.

 

[Backward Cell Loss

Backward CLP for this cross-connect,as calculated by

Enabled, Disabled

Priority (CLP)] (</d>)

CAC.

 

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Output Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

 

 

 

[Number of Cells Received

Number of cells received in the backward direction of this

0, 1, 2, 3, 4.../

in the Bkwd Direction]

cross-connect.

n/a

(</d>)

 

 

[Number of Cells Dropped

Number of cells dropped in the backward direction of this

0, 1, 2, 3, 4.../

in the Bkwd Direction]

cross-connect.

n/a

(</d>)

 

 

[Number of EPD Packets

Number of EPD packets dropped in the forward direction

0, 1, 2, 3, 4.../

Droppedin the Bkwd

of this cross-connect.

n/a

Direction] (</d>)

 

 

Descriptions

Operator

Parameters/Permissions

Description

 

 

 

show svc (/s |

[PortNumber] <portnumber>

/d)

[CrossConId <crossconnectid>

 

All

Displays SVCs configured for all ports or a specified port. The cross-connectID is a unique number generated for every SVC. PMP SVCs have only onecross-connectID, though they might have several legs. All cell statistics are updated every 40 seconds, which is the maximum time for holding these counters without overflowing them.

Examples

The following examples show a summarized and detailed listing of an SVC.

Summarized Report (</s>)

switch_prompt # show

svc /s

 

 

 

 

PortNumber(ALL)

 

 

 

:

 

 

CrossConnectId(ALL)

 

 

 

:

 

 

Conn

Conn

Traffic

Conn

 

Low

 

High

Admin

Id

SubId

Type

Type

Port

VPI/VCI

Port

VPI/VCI

Status

============================================================================

4654

61

UBR

PTP

B4(CPU)

0/52

B4(CPU)

0/53

UP

4655

63

UBR

PTP

B4(CPU)

0/54

B4(CPU)

0/55

UP

4656

65

UBR

PMP

B4(CPU)

0/56

B4(CPU)

0/57

UP

switch_prompt #

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Detailed Report ( </d> )

switch_prompt #

show svc /d

 

PortNumber(ALL)

 

:

CrossConnectId(ALL)

:

Show cross-connectionin Detailed Mode

============================================================================

cross-connectId

 

:

4654

Connection Type

 

:

PTP

Low Port

 

:

B4(CPU)

Low VPI

 

:

0

Low VCI

 

:

52

High Port

 

:

B4(CPU)

High VPI

 

:

0

High VCI

 

:

53

Administrative Status

 

:

UP

Low to High Operational Status

:

UP

High to Low Operational Status

:

UP

Low to High Last Change(In 100ths of a sec since last reboot):

1117917

High to Low Last Change(In 100ths of a sec since last reboot):

1117917

Forward Traffic Type

 

:

UBR

Forward Bandwidth Allocated in Kb/s

:

28

Forward Priority Queue

 

:

LOW

Fwd Early Packet Discard(For Lower Threshold of Congestion)

:

Enabled

Fwd Early Packet Discard(For Higher Threshold of Congestion) :

Disabled

Forward RM Cell Priority

:

Disabled

Forward Cell Los Priority(CLP)

:

Enabled

Number of Cells Received in the Fwd Direction

:

6

Number of Cells Dropped in the Fwd Direction

:

0

Number of Epd Packets

Dropped in the Fwd Direction

:

0

Backward Traffic Type

 

:

UBR

Backward Bandwidth Allocated in Kb/s

:

28

Backward Priority Queue

 

:

LOW

Bkwd Early Packet Discard(For Lower Threshold of Congestion) :

Enabled

Bkwd Early Packet Discard(For Higher Threshold of Congestion):

Disabled

Backward RM Cell Priority

:

Disabled

Backward Cell Los Priority(CLP)

:

Enabled

Number of Cells Received in the Bkwd Direction

:

6

Number of Cells Dropped in the Bkwd Direction

:

0

Number of Epd Packets

Dropped in the Bkwd Direction

:

0

switch_prompt #

 

 

 

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Console Commands

Switch

Use Switch to backup and restore switch configuration files.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

backup, restore

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[ServerIP]

IP address of the backup server.

dot decimal/

NONE

 

 

7-15characters

 

[Path]

Pathname of the backup directory.

256 characters

backup: public/smartcell.ztr

 

 

 

(initially, then last path used)

 

 

 

restore: public/smartcell.ztr

 

 

 

(initially, then last path used)

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Descriptions

Operator Parameters/Permissions Description

backup [ServerIP] <serverip>switch [Path]

</back_dir/backup_file>

Administrator

restore [ServerIP] <serverip> switch[Path]

</back_dir/backup_file>

Administrator

Backs up the configuration of the switch to an end station. This command backs up the switch configuration only. It does not back up the load image. It will prompt you for the IP address of the workstation to which you are saving the switch configuration as well as the backup path and filename. The end station must have TFTP Server software running in order to transfer files from the switch. If you have previously entered backup switch, these values appear as the parameter defaults for [ServerIP] and [Path]. The default is the name of the switch— smartcell. If you change the switch name using modify switchname, the backup filenames are automatically adjusted to reflect this new switch name.

You can back up directly to the /tftpboot directory or create a subdirectory under /tftpboot (for example, /back_dir). However, your backup file must exist under the /tftpboot directory or the sub-directoryon the target end station. The backup file can be created with any name. Both the directory and file must have appropriate read and write permissions to complete the backup successfully.

Restores the switch configuration from a prior backup. It requires an IP address, as well as the file name. As with backup switch, this command also requires TFTP protocol. The switch must be rebooted afterrestore switch for the new configuration to take effect.

Examples

switch_prompt # backup switch

 

ServerIP(1.1.1.200)

: 1.1.1.200

Path(public/smartcell.ztr)

: /back_dir/cnfg_wk04

switch_prompt #

 

switch_prompt # restore switch

 

ServerIP()

: 1.1.1.200

Path(/back_dir/cnfg_wk04)

:

Backup file is valid.

 

Restoring a backup file will completely replace any data stored in the flash. Are you sure this is what you want to do?

Confirm(y/n)?: y switch_prompt #

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Console Commands

SwitchConfig

Use SwitchConfig (switch configuration) to manage switch-relatedparameters, like switchname and IP address.

SERVER SVC

X X

Operators

modify, show

Parameters

Input Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

Default

 

 

 

 

[SwitchName]

Name of the switch.

1-19characters

switch_1

[IPAddress]

IP address of Ethernet port on the switch.

dot decimal/

1.1.1.200

 

 

7-15characters

 

[IPNetMask]

IP netmask of the client. Defaults to the

dot decimal/

255.0.0.0,

 

appropriate netmask, based on IP address

7-15characters

255.255.0.0 or

 

class. Calculated from the first two high

 

255.255.255.0

 

bits of the IP address. Must be specified

 

 

 

only if IP subnets are being used.

 

 

Output Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

 

 

 

[CPU Model]

Model of the i960 CPU.

Up to 7 characters

[CPUSpeed]

Speed of the CPU.

25 (CA) - 33 (CF) MHz

[CPU Board ID]

Hardware version level of the CPU

1 character

 

board.

 

[Secondary Flash Type]

Type of secondary flash.

ASYNCHRONOUS, SYNCHRONOUS

[CPU DRAM]

CPU DRAM memory size.

megabytes/Up to 4 characters

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Output Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

 

 

 

[Common DRAM]

Common DRAM memory size.

megabytes/Up to 4 characters

[SAR Control SRAM]

SAR control memory size.

kilobytes/Up to 5 characters

Power Mode

Type of power modules used by the

Redundant, Non-Redundant

 

switch

 

[Number of Switch

Number of switch boards on the system.

1, 2

Boards]

 

 

[Switch Board 1 ID]

Revision number of Board 1.

kilobytes/1-16

[Switch Board 2 ID]

Revision number of Board 2.

kilobytes/1-16

[Cell Memory Size]

Total cell buffer size.

bytes

[Number of Quad

Number of quad boards on the system.

1, 2, 3, 4.../

Boards]

 

n/a

[Number of Ports]

Number of installed ports, less CPU (for

1, 2, 3, 4.../

 

example, if 8 ports are installed, 7 ports

n/a

 

are listed). One port (B4) is reserved for

 

 

CPU.

 

[Quad Board Type]

Bandwidth of ports on each installed I/O

155 Mbps, 622 Mbps

 

module. Bandwidth used to distinguish

 

 

between four port (155 Mbps) and single

 

 

port boards (622 Mbps).

 

[IP Address]

IP address of the switch.

0.0.0.0 - 255.255.255.255

[MAC Address (Base)]

Base MAC (media access control)

00:20:d4:XX:XX:XX

 

address for the board. There are 128

 

 

addresses, starting at this base address.

 

 

The first is used for the Ethernet port.

 

 

The ATM stack uses all the addresses

 

 

(including the first).

 

[Switch Software Type]

Type of switch software package.

SVC, Server

[Software Version]

Version of the software.

X.X

[Build Number]

The build number for this version of

XX

 

switch software.

 

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Console Commands

Output Parameter

Description

Value/Field Size

 

 

 

[Build Date]

The date which the code was loaded on

day/month/date/ hr:min:sec year