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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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