BIPAC-5100/5100W (Wireless) ADSL Router

BIPAC-5100/5100W
(Wireless) ADSL Router
CLI Command
Reference Manual
Disclaimer: This document is subject to change without notice
and information was correct at time of writing. Some features
outlined in this manual do not apply.
Table of Contents
1
REVISION HISTORY ............................................................................................................... 9
2
REFERENCES ....................................................................................................................... 10
3
ABBREVIATIONS.................................................................................................................. 11
4
GENERAL DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................... 12
5
CI COMMAND REFERENCE ................................................................................................ 13
5.1
Command Interpreter Mode ..........................................................................................................13
5.1.1.
Command Syntax and General User Interface...........................................................................13
5.1.2.
System Related Commands .......................................................................................................13
5.1.3.
TCP/IP Protocol Commands......................................................................................................15
5.1.4.
Bridge Commands ....................................................................................................................17
5.1.5.
Ether Debug Commands............................................................................................................17
5.1.6.
USB Commands ........................................................................................................................18
5.1.7.
Show Commands.......................................................................................................................18
5.1.8.
Set Commands...........................................................................................................................18
5.1.9.
WAN on-line command for analysis .........................................................................................19
5.1.10. WLAN command for analysis ...................................................................................................20
6
COMMAND LISTING ............................................................................................................. 22
6.1
sys adjtime........................................................................................................................................22
6.2
sys callhist display............................................................................................................................23
6.3
sys callhist remove ...........................................................................................................................24
6.4
sys countrycode................................................................................................................................25
6.5
sys cpu display..................................................................................................................................26
6.6
sys date..............................................................................................................................................27
6.7
sys domainname...............................................................................................................................28
6.8
sys edit ..............................................................................................................................................29
6.9
sys extraphnum add.........................................................................................................................30
6.10
sys extraphnum display...................................................................................................................31
6.11
sys extraphnum node.......................................................................................................................32
6.12
sys extraphnum remove ..................................................................................................................33
6.13
sys extraphnum reset.......................................................................................................................34
6.14
sys feature.........................................................................................................................................35
6.15
sys hostname.....................................................................................................................................36
6.16
sys log clear ......................................................................................................................................37
6.17
sys log disp........................................................................................................................................38
6.18
sys log online ....................................................................................................................................39
6.19
sys socket ..........................................................................................................................................40
6.20
sys stdio.............................................................................................................................................41
6.21
sys syslog facility ..............................................................................................................................42
6.22
sys syslog mode ................................................................................................................................43
6.23
sys syslog server ...............................................................................................................................44
6.24
sys syslog type ..................................................................................................................................45
6.25
sys time .............................................................................................................................................47
6.26
sys trcdisp parse...............................................................................................................................48
6.27
sys version ........................................................................................................................................53
6.28
sys view .............................................................................................................................................54
6.29
sys wdog switch ................................................................................................................................55
6.30
sys wdog cnt......................................................................................................................................56
6.31
sys romreset......................................................................................................................................57
6.32
sys atsh..............................................................................................................................................58
6.33
sys ddns debug .................................................................................................................................59
6.34
sys ddns display................................................................................................................................60
6.35
sys ddns restart ................................................................................................................................61
6.36
sys ddns logout .................................................................................................................................62
6.37
ip address..........................................................................................................................................63
6.38
ip alias...............................................................................................................................................64
6.39
ip aliasdis ..........................................................................................................................................65
6.40
ip arp status......................................................................................................................................66
6.41
ip dhcp client release .......................................................................................................................67
6.42
ip dhcp client renew.........................................................................................................................68
6.43
ip dhcp status ...................................................................................................................................69
6.44
ip dns query......................................................................................................................................70
6.45
ip dns stats ........................................................................................................................................71
6.46
ip httpd .............................................................................................................................................72
6.47
ip icmp status ...................................................................................................................................73
6.48
ip icmp discovery .............................................................................................................................74
6.49
ip ifconfig..........................................................................................................................................75
6.50
ip ping ...............................................................................................................................................76
6.51
ip route status...................................................................................................................................77
6.52
ip route add ......................................................................................................................................78
6.53
ip route addiface ..............................................................................................................................79
6.54
ip route addprivate ..........................................................................................................................80
6.55
ip route drop ....................................................................................................................................81
6.56
ip routep help ...................................................................................................................................82
6.57
ip routep policy ................................................................................................................................83
6.58
ip routep create ................................................................................................................................84
6.59
ip routep delete ................................................................................................................................85
6.60
ip routep rule....................................................................................................................................86
6.61
ip routep set......................................................................................................................................87
6.62
ip routep apply lan...........................................................................................................................88
6.63
ip routep apply wan.........................................................................................................................89
6.64
ip routep cancel lan..........................................................................................................................90
6.65
ip routep cancel wan........................................................................................................................91
6.66
ip status.............................................................................................................................................92
6.67
ip udp status .....................................................................................................................................93
6.68
ip tcp status ......................................................................................................................................94
6.69
ip xparent join..................................................................................................................................95
6.70
ip xparent break ..............................................................................................................................96
6.71
ip igmp debug...................................................................................................................................97
6.72
ip igmp forwardall ...........................................................................................................................98
6.73
ip igmp querier ................................................................................................................................99
6.74
ip igmp iface ...................................................................................................................................100
6.75
ip igmp robustness.........................................................................................................................102
6.76
ip igmp status .................................................................................................................................103
6.77
lan index .........................................................................................................................................104
6.78
lan display ......................................................................................................................................105
6.79
lan ipaddr .......................................................................................................................................106
6.80
lan rip..............................................................................................................................................107
6.81
lan save ...........................................................................................................................................108
6.82
lan clear ..........................................................................................................................................109
6.83
lan active.........................................................................................................................................110
6.84
bridge cnt disp................................................................................................................................111
6.85
bridge cnt clear ..............................................................................................................................112
6.86
bridge stat disp...............................................................................................................................113
6.87
bridge stat clear .............................................................................................................................114
6.88
ether config.....................................................................................................................................115
6.89
ether driver cnt disp ......................................................................................................................116
6.90
ether driver status..........................................................................................................................117
6.91
ether driver config .........................................................................................................................118
6.92
ether version...................................................................................................................................119
6.93
show wan node ...............................................................................................................................120
6.94
show wan adsl ................................................................................................................................121
6.95
show lan ..........................................................................................................................................122
6.96
show community ............................................................................................................................123
6.97
show channel display .....................................................................................................................124
6.98
show channel clear.........................................................................................................................125
6.99
show all ...........................................................................................................................................126
6.100 set cpe..............................................................................................................................................127
6.101 set wan ............................................................................................................................................128
6.102 set wan adsl ....................................................................................................................................129
6.103 set lan ..............................................................................................................................................130
6.104 set community ................................................................................................................................131
6.105 set baudrate....................................................................................................................................132
6.106 set reboot ........................................................................................................................................133
6.107 etherdbg print ................................................................................................................................134
6.108 usb version......................................................................................................................................135
6.109 usb address.....................................................................................................................................136
6.110 usb config........................................................................................................................................137
6.111 usb cnt display................................................................................................................................138
6.112 usb cnt clear ...................................................................................................................................139
6.113 usb debug........................................................................................................................................140
6.114 usb reset..........................................................................................................................................141
6.115 wan hwsar clear .............................................................................................................................142
6.116 wan hwsar disp ..............................................................................................................................143
6.117 wan hwsar sendoam ......................................................................................................................144
6.118 wan adsl chandata .........................................................................................................................145
6.119 wan adsl close.................................................................................................................................146
6.120 wan adsl opmode............................................................................................................................147
6.121 wan adsl linedata ...........................................................................................................................148
6.122 wan adsl open.................................................................................................................................149
6.123 wan adsl opencmd..........................................................................................................................150
6.124 wan adsl coding..............................................................................................................................151
6.125 wan adsl defbitmap........................................................................................................................152
6.126 wan adsl opmode............................................................................................................................153
6.127 wan adsl perfdata ..........................................................................................................................154
6.128 wan adsl reset.................................................................................................................................155
6.129 wan adsl status ...............................................................................................................................156
6.130 wan adsl version.............................................................................................................................157
6.131 wan adsl vendorid..........................................................................................................................158
6.132 wan adsl utopia ..............................................................................................................................159
6.133 wan adsl nearituid .........................................................................................................................160
6.134 wan adsl farituid ............................................................................................................................161
6.135 wan adsl farituid ............................................................................................................................162
6.136 wan adsl cellcnt ..............................................................................................................................163
6.137 wan adsl defectcheck .....................................................................................................................164
6.138 wan adsl txgain ..............................................................................................................................165
6.139 wan adsl targetnoise ......................................................................................................................166
6.140 wan adsl txfilter .............................................................................................................................167
6.141 wan adsl setrvid .............................................................................................................................168
6.142 wan adsl txtones.............................................................................................................................169
6.143 wan adsl snroffset ..........................................................................................................................170
6.144 wan adsl errorsecond.....................................................................................................................171
6.145 wan adsl diag..................................................................................................................................172
6.146 wan adsl watchdog.........................................................................................................................174
6.147 wan adsl fwversion ........................................................................................................................175
6.148 wan adsl uptime .............................................................................................................................176
6.149 wlan essid........................................................................................................................................177
6.150 wlan chid ........................................................................................................................................178
6.151 wlan display....................................................................................................................................179
6.152 wlan load ........................................................................................................................................180
6.153 wlan save ........................................................................................................................................181
6.154 wlan clear .......................................................................................................................................182
6.155 wlan filter .......................................................................................................................................183
6.156 wlan debug .....................................................................................................................................184
6.157 wlan version ...................................................................................................................................185
6.158 wlan reset........................................................................................................................................186
6.159 wlan association .............................................................................................................................187
6.160 wlan scan ........................................................................................................................................188
6.161 wlan channel...................................................................................................................................189
1 Revision History
Date
April 8, 2003
July 8, 2003
October 6, 2003
Release
1.0
1.1
1.2
Description
File creation
Release version after review
Add IP Alias and IP Policy Routing CI commands
2 References
[1] ADSL Router Product Brief, version 0.2”, October 2002
[2] ITU-T Recommendation G.992.1 “Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) Transceivers”
[3] ITU-T Recommendation G.994.1 “Handshake Procedures for Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
Transceivers”
[4] ITU-T Recommendation G.997.1 “Physical Layer Management for Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
Transceivers”
[5] ITU-T Recommendation I.361: “B-ISDN ATM Layer Specification”.
[6] ITU-T Recommendation I.363.5 (1996): “B-ISDN ATM Adaptation Layer Specification: Type 5 AAL”.
[7] ITU-T Recommendation I.432.5: “B-ISDN User-Network Interface – Physical Layer Specification:
25600 kbit/s Operation”.
[8] ITU-T Recommendation I.610 (1998): “B-ISDN Operation and Maintenance Principles and Functions
Abstract”.
[9] Internet Engineering Task Force RFC 2684, “Multiprotocol Encapsulation over ATM Adaptation Layer
5”, D. Grossman, J. Heinanen, September 1999
3 Abbreviations
AAL
ADSL
AN-IWF
ATM
ATU-C
ATU-R
BLES
B-NT
CLASS
CO
CO-IWF
CPE
CP-IWF
DSL
DSLAM
DTMF
E&M
FXO
FXS
ISDN
ISP
ITU-T
IWF
LAN
MIB
NT
NTBBA
PBX
POTS
PPP
PSTN
PVC
QoS
SNMP
VAD
VC
WAN
VMOA
ATM Adaptation Layer
Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
Access Network Interworking Function
Asynchronous Transfer Mode
ADSL Terminal Unit – Central
ADSL Terminal Unit – Remote
Broadband Loop Emulation Service
Broadband Network Termination
Custom Local Area Signaling Service
Central Office
Central Office Interworking Function
Customer Premises Equipment
Customer Premises Interworking Function
Digital Subscriber Line
DSL Access Multiplexer
Dual-Tone Multifrequency
Ear and Mouth
Foreign Exchange Office
Foreign Exchange Station
Integrated Services Digital Network
Internet Service Provider
International Telecommunication Union - Telecommunication Standardization Sector
Interworking Function
Local Area Network
Management Information Base
Network Termination
Network Termination Broadband Access
Private Branch Exchange
Plain Old Telephony Service
Point-to-Point Protocol
Public Switched Telephone Network
Permanent Virtual Circuit
Quality of Service
Simple Network Management Protocol
Voice Activity Detection
Virtual Circuit
Wide Area Network
Voice and Multimedia over ATM
4 General Description
This reference manual contains the descriptions of commands on Command Interpreter (CI) interface builtin on ADSL Router CPE chipset solution. The Product developed by Technologies is the evaluation board
using ADSL Router CPE solution chipset to implement an ADSL WLAN Router/Modem. It provides highspeed Internet access for small/medium businesses through ADSL connection. It lowers the cost of data
transmission service delivery for the small business subscribers.
The Product provides one 10/100BASE-T Ethernet port, one USB 1.1 port, and one PCMCIA WLAN card
slot for connecting to user’s local network. In addition, the Product provides bridging and IP routing to
support a wide range of applications for high-speed Internet access. The Product will be interoperable with
major vendors DSLAM solutions.
On the management interface, Wireless ASL Router provides a console interface which can be accessed
through terminal emulator program on RS-232 serial interface or through telnet protocol on LAN/WAN
physical interfaces. Wireless ASL Router also provides the web page configuration & management tool
through HTTP protocol. In this manual, we describe the command interface on the console port in details.
5 CI Command Reference
1.1 Command Interpreter Mode
The CI Commands can be divided into four different categories:
Œ
Œ
Œ
Œ
System Related Commands
TCP/IP Protocol Commands
Ether Debug Commands
WAN Debug Commands
1.1.1. Command Syntax and General User Interface
CI has the following command syntax:
command <iface | device > subcommand [param]
command subcommand [param]
command ? | help
command subcommand ? | help
General user interface:
help
Shows the following commands and all major (sub)commands
2 exit
Use this command to exit from the CI Command environment
1
1.1.2. System Related Commands
<ch-name> : enet0, mpoa00
Sys
adjtime
callhist
countrycode
cpu
date
domainme
edit
extraphnum
disp
remove
<country code>
disp
<filename>
add
disp
node
<set 1-3> <1st num> <2nd num>
display call history
remove entry from call
history
set country code
display CPU usage status
display the system date
display the domain name
edit a text file
add extra outgoing phone
numbers
display outgoing phone
numbers
set extra phone number to
node n
remove
remove extra outgoing phone
number
system reset extra flag and
mask
display feature bit
display system hostname
reset
feature
hostname
log
clear
disp
online
socket
stdio
syslog
[on|off]
[second]
facility
choose what kind of facility
to be used
display syslog mode;
enable/disable
Identify the UNIX syslog
server
display syslog type
display timer cell
mode
server
type
time
trcdisp
trcl
clear log error
display log error
turn on/off error log online
display
display socket status
set terminal timeout value
parse
monitor packets
call
clear
disp
level
[#]
online
switch
type
[on|off]
[on|off]
<bitmap>
display call event
clear trace
display trace log
set trace level of trace log
#:1-10
set on/off trace log online
set system trace log
set trace type of trace log
chann
<name>
[none|incoming|outgoing|bothway]
create
destroy
<entry> <size>
trcp
disp
switch
udp
[on|off]
[sw|addr|port]
.
.
brief
.
.
.
parse
[[begin_idx], end_idx]
<name>=enet0,mpoa00
set packet trace direction for
a given channel
create packet trace buffer
packet trace related
commands
display packet trace
turn on/off the packet trace
send packet trace to other
system
display packet content
briefly
parse packet content
version
view
wdog
romreset
ddns
display RAS code and driver
version
view a text file
<filename>
switch
cnt
[on|off]
<value>
set on/off wdog
display watchdog counts
value: 0-34463
debug
display
logout
restart
<level>
<iface name>
<iface name>
<iface name>
enable/disable ddns service
display ddns information
restart ddns
logout ddns
display debug information
and hardware configuration
atsh
xmodemmode
filter
[crc|checksum]
1.1.3. TCP/IP Protocol Commands
<hostid> format : xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (ip Address)
<ether addr> format : xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
<iface> : enif0, wanif0
<gw> : gateway ip address
ip
address
alias
aliasdis
arp
display host ip address
Setting ip alias feature
status
status
dhcp <iface name>
.
.
client
release
renew
status
.
Display arp table
display ip arp status
set dhcp configuration
release DHCP client IP
renew DHCP client IP
display iface DHCP
information
iface-name: enif1, enif0.
dns
query
stats
[disp|clear]
display or clear dns
statistics
httpd
icmp
status
display icmp statistic
counter
.
.
discovery
ifconfig
ping
route
<hostid>
add
routep
addprivate
addiface
drop
status
help
policy
create
delete
rule
set
apply
cancel
status
udp
.
<iface name> [on|off]
status
<dest addr>[/<bits>]
<gateway> [<metric>]
turn on|off icmp router
discovery response
display ifconfig
ping remote host
add route
add private route
<host address> [/bits]
drop a route
display routing table
display the ip policy routing
on-line help
display policy routing list
<policy no> <name>
create a policy routing
<policy no>
delete a policy routing
<policy no>
display rule in a policy
routing
set a rule in a policy routing
[lan|wan] <lan
apply policy routing to lan
interface|wan interface> or wan interface
[lan|wan] <lan
cancel a policy routing from
interface|wan interface> lan or wan interface
display ip statistic counters
dump UDP statistics and
control blocks
rip
tcp
status
tftp
xparent
tredir
igmp
display TCP statistic
counters
<join>
<iface1>[<iface2>]
<break>
debug
forwardall
[on|off]
querier
[on|off]
join iface2 to iface1 group
break iface to leave
ipxparent group
set igmp debug level
turn on/off igmp forward to
all interfaces flag
turn on/off igmp stop query
flag
iface
<iface> grouptm
<timeout>
<iface> interval
<interval>
<iface> join <group>
set igmp group timeout
set igmp query interval
join a group on iface
<iface> leave <group>
<iface> query
<iface> rsptime [time]
<iface> start
<iface> stop
<iface> ttl <threshold>
<iface> v1compat
[on|off]
<num>
leave a group on iface
send query on iface
set igmp response time
turn on of igmp on iface
turn off of igmp on iface
set ttl threshold
turn on/off v1compat on
iface
set igmp robustness variable
dump igmp status
index
active
<lan no>
<yes|no>
ipaddr
<ipaddr> <netmask>
rip
<none|in|out|both>
<rip1|rip2b|rip2m>
Set lan interface
Active the lan interface or
not
Set ip address and network
mask to lan interface
Set RIP to lan interface
robustness
status
pr
lan
display
Display lan interface
information
Clear lan interface
information
Save lan interface
information
clear
save
1.1.4. Bridge Commands
bridge
cnt
disp
display bridge route counter
stat
clear
disp
clear bridge route counter
display bridge route packet counter
clear
clear bridge route packet counter
1.1.5. Ether Debug Commands
<ch-name> : enet0, mpoa00
ether
config
display Ethernet dirver configuration
information
driver
cnt
disp <ch-name>
display ether driver counters
.
.
status
config
<ch-name>
ch-name: enet0, enet1
version
1.1.6. USB Commands
<ch-name> : enet0, mpoa00
usb
.
version
address
config
cnt
.
display usb support version
display the usb device address
display the usb configuration
disp
clear
debug
reset
display the usb endpoint counter
clear the usb endpoint counter
enable or disable the debug message
reset the USB connection
Note: USB related commands only be supported in USB model.
1.1.7. Show Commands
<ch-name> : enet0, mpoa00
show
wan
help
node
adsl
lan
.
community
show the help contents
show the status of wan in specific remote
node
show the configuration and setting that
related to the adsl
show the lan configuration status
show the community/SNMP configuration
status
channel
disp
clear
all
show the channel status, configuration
and counter
show the channel status, configuration
and clear the counter
show all information about the system
1.1.8. Set Commands
<ch-name> : enet0, mpoa00
set
cpe
hostname
message
set the configuration related to the sytem
Set the system hostname
Set the router cpe message
iproute
bridge
switch the cpe router in ip mode (on/off)
switch the cpe router in bridge mode
(on/off)
help
node
clear
enable
disable
encap
mux
vpi
vci
wanip
remoteip
bridge
iproute
sua
rip
multicast
ppp
save
exit
Display the help contents
Set wan remote node configuration
Clear or delete a remote node
Enable a specific remote node
Disable a specific remote node
Set remote node’s encapsulation
Set remote node’s multiplexing
Set remote node’s vpi value
Set remote node’s vci value
Set remote node’s wan ip (static/dynamic)
Set wan remote ip
Set remote node to bridge mode
Set remote node to ip route mode
Set wan sua (on/off)
Set wan rip mode
Set wan multicast mode
Set ppp configuration
Save wan configuration setting
Save wan configuration setting
Set the configuration and setting that
related to the adsl
wan
.
.
.
.
adsl
lan
ipaddr
rip
multicast
dhcp
relayipaddr
dhcppool
dhcpleasetime
dhcpdns
community
baudrate
reboot
set lan IP address
set RIP mode
set lan multicast mode
set lan dhcp feature
set lan relay IP address
set lan ip dhcp and pool value
set lan dhcp lease time
set dns on dhcp feature
set the router commnunity configuration
set the router’s baudrate
reset the system
1.1.9. WAN on-line command for analysis
wan adsl chandata
check ADSL channel status
wan adsl close
wan adsl coding
wan adsl defbitmap
wan adsl open
wan adsl opencmd gdmt
wan adsl opencmd glite
wan adsl opencmd multimode
wan adsl opencmd t1.413
wan adsl openmode
wan adsl reset
wan adsl status
wan adsl version
wan adsl vendorid
wan adsl utopia
wan adsl nearituid
wan adsl farituid
wan adsl cellcnt
wan adsl defectcheck
wan adsl txgain
wan adsl targetnoise
wan adsl txfilter
wan adsl setrvid
wan adsl txtones
wan adsl snroffset
wan adsl errorsecond
wan adsl diag
wan adsl watchdog
wan adsl fwversion
wan adsl uptime
wan hwsar clear
wan hwsar disp
wan hwsar sendoam
wan adsl perfdata
wan adsl linedata far
wan adsl linedata near
1.1.10.
wlan essid
wlan chid
wlan display
wlan load
wlan save
wlan clear
close ADSL line
display ADSL line coding
check ADSL defect bit map table
open ADSL line
set ADSL operation mode at G.DMT
set ADSL operation mode at G.Lite
set ADSL operation mode at multimode
set ADSL operation mode at ANSI T1.413 Issue 2
check ADSL sync up mode
reset ADSL line connection
check ADSL line status
show adsl ANSI T1.413 version number
show adsl ANS T1.413 vendor id
show adsl UTOPIA interface information
show adsl G.DMT/G.Lite near-end ITU vendor id
show adsl G.DMT/G.Lite far-end ITU vendor id
show adsl UTOPIA cell counters
set adsl defect check turn on/off
set adsl transmission gain value
set adsl target noise margin
set adsl transmission filter
set near-end vendor id
set adsl transmission start/stop tone number
set adsl SNR margin offset
set/show adsl error seconds information
show adsl diagnostic information
set adsl watch dog turn on/off
show adsl firmware version number
show adsl uptime
clear SAR statistic information
display SAR statistic information
send ATM OAM cell
analyze line performance on ADSL
show far end ADSL line/noise status
show near end ADSL line/noise status
WLAN command for analysis
set the name of network
set the channel configuration
Show the wlan configuration settings
Load the previous saved configuration
Save the configuration
Clear the current settings to zero
wlan filter
Activate the filter set
wlan debug
Turn on / off the debug error message
wlan version
Show the wlan firmware version
wlan reset
Reset the wlan system
wlan association
Show the current list of clients join the service
wlan scan
Scan the available channel on the networks
wlan channel
Turn on / off wlan data TX/RX
Note: WLAN related commands only be supported in WLAN model.
6 Command Listing
1.1 sys adjtime
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
There is no Real Time Chip (RTC) in the router, so there is
a software mechanism to set the time manually or get the
current time and date from an external server when you
turn on your Router. So you can enter the time manually
but each time the system is booted, the time and date will
be reset to 2000/01/01 00:00:00.
sys adjtime yyyy/mm/dd
1.2 sys callhist display
Description
Use this command to display information about past incoming
and outgoing calls.
1.3 sys callhist remove
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to remove information about past
incoming and outgoing calls.
sys callhist remove <index>
Name
index
Description
Index number
1.4 sys countrycode
Description
In voice communications, the 1,2 or 3-digit number that
precedes the national terminal number in the network user
address (for public networks). Use this command to show
and set the country code according to each local code.
sys countrycode [countrycode]
Command Syntax
Parameters
Country
Austria
Australia
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Finland
Germany
Greece
Holland
Hong Kong
Hungary
Japan
Malaysia
New Zealand
North America
Norway
Poland
Singapore
Slovakia
South Africa
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Field
Country code ()
Output field description
Country Code
233
244
248
246
252
240
237
247
253
242
229
234
241
243
255
245
231
241
228
254
250
251
249
Description
shows the defined country code
1.5 sys cpu display
Description
Use this command to display the percentage of cpu utilization
sys cpu display
Command Syntax
Output field description
CPU Usage Status:
baseline 262446 ticks
sec ticks
0
260657
2
261653
4
261611
6
261612
8
261625
:
:
61 261611
util
0.68
0.30
0.31
0.31
0.31
:
0.31
sec
1
3
5
7
9
:
62
ticks
260799
261519
261653
261673
261651
:
261647
Field
Description
sec
Second (0~62)
ticks
Counter of ticks
util
Percentage of cpu utilization
baseline Compared number of ticks
util
0.62
0.35
0.30
0.30
0.30
:
0.30
1.6 sys date
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this description to show the current date
sys date [year/month/date]
Name
Year
Month
Date
Description
shows current system year
shows current system month
shows current system date
Current date is Thu 1970/01/01
Field
Description
1970/01/01
Current system date is Jan 1, 1970
1.7 sys domainname
Description
The unique name that identifies an internet site. Domain
names always have two more parts, separated by dots.
The part of the left is the most specific, and the part on the
right is the most general. Use this command to display the
domain name of the system.
sys domainname
Command Syntax
Output field description
Domain name : xxxxxxxx
Field
Description
xxxxxxxx
The system domain name
1.8 sys edit
Description
Use this command to edit and setup the configuration file
autoexec.net that runs as the system started. The
autoexec.net file contains the command that user can
configure and wish to execute when the system started.
sys edit autoexec.net
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Command
q(uit)
x(save & exit)
i(nsert after)
d(elete)
r(eplace)
n(ext)
Description
close the editor without saving
close the editor after saving
insert a line command
delete a certain command line
replace a certain command line
view next command line
Edit cmd : q(uit) X(save &exit) i(insert after) d(elete) r(eplace) n(next)
command line
command line
command line
‘
‘
EOF
Field
Description
Command line CI command
EOF
End Of File, press q to exit
1.9 sys extraphnum add
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to add extra outcalling phone numbers
into your ATU-R.
sys extraphnum add <set 1-3> <1st ph.num> [2nd ph.num]
Name
<set 1-3>
1st ph.num
2nd ph.num
Description
Number set (max.3)
Fisrt phone number
Second phone number
1.10 sys extraphnum display
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display extra outcalling phone
numbers into your ATU-R.
sys extraphnum display
Extra Outcalling Phone Numbers
Node : 256 Flag : 1
<0>
<1>
‘
<5>
Field
256
1
<0> .. <5>
Description
Remote Node
Flag
No of set
1.11 sys extraphnum node
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to set all extend phone numbers to
remote node <num>
sys extraphnum node <num>
Name
<num>
Description
Specify the node number
1.12 sys extraphnum remove
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to remove extra outcalling phone
numbers of a certain set from your ATU-R.
sys extraphnum remove <set 1-3>
Name
<set 1-3>
Description
Specify number of set that wish to remove
1.13 sys extraphnum reset
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to reset all extra phone numbers and
node.
sys extraphnum reset
1.14 sys feature
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display router’s Feature-Bit
Information
sys feature
IPX : yes
IP ONLY : no
AUI : no
AB ADAPTER : no
IDSL ONLY : no
IDSL : no
INTERNAL HUB : no
Field
IPX
IP Only
AUI
AB Adapter
IDSL Only
IDSL
Internal Hub
Description
IPX information
IP only information
AUI connector information
1.15 sys hostname
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command display the system hostname
sys hostname
XXXXXXX
Field
XXXXXXX
Description
Router’s hostname
1.16 sys log clear
Description
Command Syntax
The router would record any errors happened in the
system with extra information. Use this command to clear
or delete the error logs recorded in the system
sys log clear
1.17 sys log disp
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
The router would record any errors happened in the
system with extra information. Use this command to
display the error logs recorded in the system
sys log disp
0 Thu Jan 1 00:00:49 1970 PPO6 WARN MPOA Link Down
1 Thu Jan 1 00:02:23 1970 PPO6 WARN MPOA Link Up
‘’
‘
‘
‘
‘
9 Thu Jan 1 01:03:45 1970 PPO6 WARN MPOA Link Down
Clear Error Log (y/n) :
Field
0,1,2,3,…
Date
Status
Log
Clear
Description
Error Logs Line numbers
Error Logs date and time
Warning or Information
System Log (connection or jobs)
Ask whether user wish to clear the error log
1.18 sys log online
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to display or set error log online display
switch
sys log online [0|1]
Name
0
1
Description
Switch off the errorlog online
Switch on the errorlog online
sys> sys log online
errorlog online: off
sys> sys log online 1
sys> sys log online
errorlog online: on
1.19 sys socket
Description
Command Syntax
Outoput field description
Use this command to display system socket information
sys socket
sys>sys socket
S#
Type
PCB
8192 TCP
6969ac
8193 TCP
696ac0
8194 Raw IP 6c85a0
8195 UDP
0
8196 UDP
6c87dc
8197 TCP
696bd4
Remote Sock.
Owner
1b11cc
1b129c
1b1130
1b05d0
1b15a8
1b1234
PP0b
PP0d
PP09
PSSV
PP0f
PP0c
1.20 sys stdio
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
The system automatically log out if idle for five minutes
(default setting). Use this command to set the system idle
timeout in minutes.
sys stdio [minutes]
Name
[minutes]
Description
Input idle timeout
Current Stdio Timeout = X minutes
Field
Description
X minutes X = system idle timeout
1.21 sys syslog facility
Description
Use this command to enter log facility that allows you to
logthe message into different files in the server. There
seven different local options. Please refer to your UNIX
manual for more detail.
sys syslog facility <facility number>
Command Syntax
Parameters
Name
facility number
Description
<1~7> local logging options
1.22 sys syslog mode
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to enable/disable syslog facility
sys syslog mode [y|n]
sys syslog mode [1|0]
Name
Description
[y|n]
y (enable) ; n (disable) the syslog
[1|0]
same as above 1 (enable) ; 0 (disable)the syslog
1.23 sys syslog server
Syslog Description
The router uses the UNIX syslog facility to log the CDR
(Call Detail Record) and system messages to a syslog
server.
Use this command to set syslog server IP address in the
syslog facility to log CDR
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
sys syslog server [destination ip]
Name
destination IP
Description
Enter the IP Address of the server that
will log the CDR (Call Detail Record)
and system messages i.e,the syslog
server.
1.24 sys syslog type
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to set the type of logs that are going to
be recorded. This command also can be used to
set/display syslog type flag.
sys syslog type [type]
Name
type
Desciption
Type of syslog (please refers Note)
syslog type : xxxxxxxx
Output field description
Note :
There are 4 types of syslog messages:
CDR Log (call message)
Format:
sdcmdSyslogSend( SYSLOG_CDR, SYSLOG_INFO, String );
String = board xx line xx channel xx, call xx, str
board = the hardware board ID
line = the WAN ID in a board
channel = channel ID within the WAN
call = the call reference number which starts from 1 and increments by 1 for each new call
str = C01 Outgoing Call dev xx ch xx (dev:device No. ch:channel No.)
C01 Incoming Call xxxxBps xxxxx (L2TP,xxxxx means Remote Call ID)
C01 Incoming Call xxxx (means connected speed) xxxxx (means Remote Call ID)
L02 Tunnel Connected(L2TP)
C02 OutCall Connected xxxx (means connected speed) xxxxx (means Remote Call ID)
C02 CLID call refused
L02 Call Terminated
C02 Call Terminated
Packet Triggered Log
Format:
sdcmdSyslogSend( SYSLOG_PKTTRI, SYSLOG_NOTICE, String );
String = Packet trigger: Protocol=xx Data=xxxxxxxxxx
Protocol: (1:IP 2:IPX 3:IPXHC 4:BPDU 5:ATALK 6:IPNG)
Data: We will send forty-eight Hex characters to the server
Filter Log
Format:
sdcmdSyslogSend(SYSLOG_FILLOG, SYSLOG_NOTICE, String );
String = IP[Src=xx.xx.xx.xx Dst=xx.xx.xx.xx prot spo=xxxx dpo=xxxx]S04>R01mD
IP[...] is the packet header and S04>R01mD means filter set 4 (S) and rule 1 (R), match (m) drop
(D).
Src: Source Address
Dst: Destination Address
prot: Protocol (TCP,UDP,ICMP)
spo: Source port
dpo: Destination port
PPP Log
Format:
sdcmdSyslogSend( SYSLOG_PPPLOG, SYSLOG_NOTICE, String );
String = ppp:Proto Starting / ppp:Proto Opening / ppp:Proto Closing / ppp:Proto Shutdown
Proto = LCP / ATCP / BACP / BCP / CBCP / CCP / CHAP/ PAP / IPCP /IPXCP
1.25 sys time
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to set and display system time.
sys time [hour[min[sec]]]
Name
[hour[min[sec]]]
Description
Set hour : min : sec
Current time is 05:43:51
System time is now 05:43:51
1.26 sys trcdisp parse
Packet Trace Description
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
The router packet traces records and analyzes packets
running on LAN and WAN interfaces. It is designed for
users with technical backgrounds who are interested in the
details of the packet flow on LAN or WAN end of Router. It
is also very helpful for diagnostics if you have compatibility
problems with your ISP or if you want to know the details
of a packet for configuring a filter rule. You can trace the
packets in CI command mode via console or Telnet
management. (please refers to note for further reference)
Use this command to display the packet traced during the
connection activity.
sys trcdisp parse
Name
Description
parse
Parse the data of packet traced
51 00:12:53.442 ENET0-R[0060] PPPOE Discovery Stage
Output field description
[index] [timer/second][channel-receive/transmit][length] [protocol] [sourceIP/port] [destIP/port]
There are two ways to dump the trace :
1. Online Trace – display the trace real time on screen
2. Offline Trace – capture the trace first and display later
The details for capturing the trace are as follows :
Online Trace
Trace LAN Packet
1. Trace LAN packet
1.1 Disable to capture the WAN packet by entering: sys trcp channel mpoa00 none
1.2 Enable to capture the LAN packet by entering: sys trcp channel enet0 bothway
1.3 Enable the trace log by entering: sys trcp sw on & sys trcl sw on
1.4 Display the brief trace online by entering: sys trcd brief
or
1.5 Display the detailed trace online by entering: sys trcd parse
Example:
TC> sys trcp channel mpoa00 none
TC> sys trcp channel enet0 bothway
TC> sys trcp sw on
TC> sys trcl sw on
TC> sys trcd brief
22 00:15:42.939 ENET0-T[0064] PPP Section Stage
23 00:15:42.939 ENET0-R[0060] PPP Section Stage
TC> sys trcd parse
------<0022>---------------------------------------------------------------LAN Frame: ENET0-XMIT Size: 64/ 64 Time: 00:15:42.939
Frame Type: PPP Section Stage
Ethernet Header:
Destination MAC Addr
Source MAC Addr
= 00A0C5292D4F
= 00A0C5000103
PPPOE Section Stage: 0x8864
Version Type
= 0x0011
Code
= 0x0000
Session ID
= 0x0002
Length
= 0x000C
PPP Header:
Protocol
= 0x8021 (IPCP)
IPCP Header:
Code
= 0x03 (Configure-Nak)
Identifier
= 0x04 (4)
Length
= 0x000A (10)
Option 3(IPAddress)
= 0xC9010102 (201.1.1.2)
RAW DATA:
0000: 00 A0 C5 29 2D 4F 00 A0-C5 00 01 03 88 64 11 00 ...)-O.......d..
0010: 00 02 00 0C 80 21 03 04-00 0A 03 06 C9 01 01 02 .....!..........
0020: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00-00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................
0030: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00-00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................
------<0023>---------------------------------------------------------------LAN Frame: ENET0-RECV Size: 60/ 60 Time: 00:15:42.939
Frame Type: PPP Section Stage
Ethernet Header:
Destination MAC Addr
Source MAC Addr
= 00A0C5000103
= 00A0C5292D4F
PPPOE Section Stage: 0x8864
Version Type
Code
= 0x0011
= 0x0000
Session ID
Length
= 0x0002
= 0x000C
PPP Header:
Protocol
= 0x8021 (IPCP)
IPCP Header:
Code
= 0x01 (Configure-Request)
Identifier
= 0x05 (5)
Length
= 0x000A (10)
Option 3(IPAddress)
= 0xC9010102 (201.1.1.2)
RAW DATA:
0000: 00 A0 C5 00 01 03 00 A0-C5 29 2D 4F 88 64 11 00 .........)-O.d..
0010: 00 02 00 0C 80 21 01 05-00 0A 03 06 C9 01 01 02 .....!..........
0020: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00-00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................
0030: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00-00 00 00 00
............
2. Trace WAN Packet
2.1 Disable the capture of the LAN packet by entering: sys trcp channel enet0 none
2.2 Enable to capture the WAN packet by entering: sys trcp channel mpoa00 bothway
2.3 Enable the trace log by entering: sys trcp sw on & sys trcl sw on
2.4 Display the brief trace online by entering: sys trcd brief
or
2.5 Display the detailed trace online by entering: sys trcd parse
Example:
TC> sys trcp channel enet0 none
TC> sys trcp channel mpoa00 bothway
TC> sys trcp sw on
TC> sys trcl sw on
TC> sys trcd brief
23 00:15:42.689 MPOA00-T[0064] PPPOE Discovery Stage
24 00:15:42.729 MPOA00-R[0064] PPPOE Discovery Stage
TC> sys trcd parse ------<0023>----------------------------------------------------------------
MPOA Frame: MPOA00-XMIT Size: 64/ 64 Time: 00:15:42.689
Frame Type: PPPOE Discovery Stage
Ethernet Header:
Destination MAC Addr
Source MAC Addr
= 00A0C5000103
= 00A0C5292D4F
PPPOE Discovery Stage: 0x8863
Version Type
Code
= 0x0011
= 0x0019
Session ID
Length
= 0x0000
= 0x0025
PPPOE TAG:
Service Name 0x0101
Host Uniq 0x0103
= 1001
AC Cookie 0x0104
End_of_List
= nokia
=
= 0x0000
RAW DATA:
0000: 00 A0 C5 00 01 03 00 A0-C5 29 2D 4F 88 63 11 19 .........)-O.c..
0010: 00 00 00 25 01 01 00 05-7A 79 78 65 6C 01 03 00 ...%....nokia...
0020: 04 31 30 30 31 01 04 00-10 1A 69 D5 F2 D6 68 BF .1001.....i...h.
0030: 16 9A 97 03 0F F7 BB 9D-43 00 00 00 2B CF C6 3F ........C...+..?
------<0024>---------------------------------------------------------------MPOA Frame: MPOA00-RECV Size: 64/ 64 Time: 00:15:42.729
Frame Type: PPPOE Discovery Stage
Ethernet Header:
Destination MAC Addr
Source MAC Addr
= 00A0C5292D4F
= 00A0C5000103
PPPOE Discovery Stage: 0x8863
Version Type
Code
Session ID
Length
= 0x0011
= 0x0065
= 0x0002
= 0x0011
PPPOE TAG:
Service Name 0x0101
Host Uniq 0x0103
End_of_List
= nokia
= 1001
= 0x0000
RAW DATA:
0000: 00 A0 C5 29 2D 4F 00 A0-C5 00 01 03 88 63 11 65 ...)-O.......c.e
0010: 00 02 00 11 01 01 00 05-7A 79 78 65 6C 01 03 00 ........nokia...
0020: 04 31 30 30 31 00 00 00-00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 .1001...........
0030: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00-00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................
Offline Trace
1. Trace LAN packet
1.1 Disable the capture of the WAN packet by entering: sys trcp channel mpoa00 none
1.2 Enable the capture of the LAN packet by entering: sys trcp channel enet0 bothway
1.3 Enable the trace log by entering: sys trcp sw on & sys trcl sw on
1.4 Wait for packet passing through the modem over LAN
1.5 Disable the trace log by entering: sys trcp sw off & sys trcl sw off
1.6 Display the trace briefly by entering: sys trcp brief
1.7 Display specific packets by using: sys trcp parse <from_index> <to_index>
2. Trace WAN packet
2.1 Disable the capture of the LAN packet by entering: sys trcp channel enet0 none
2.2 Enable the capture of the WAN packet by entering: sys trcp channel mpoa00 bothway
2.3 Enable the trace log by entering: sys trcp sw on & sys trcl sw on
2.4 Wait for packet passing through the modem over WAN
2.5 Disable the trace log by entering: sys trcp sw off & sys trcl sw off
2.6 Display the trace briefly by entering: sys trcp brief
2.7 Display specific packets by using: sys trcp parse <from_index> <to_index>
1.27 sys version
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to show the system firmware version,
including RAS version,romRasSize, system up time,
bootbase version, RAS CODE, RomFile Checksum
sys version
RAS version: V3.40(GJ.0)A1 | 05/15/2002
romRasSize: 1061514
system up time: 7:08:33 (273c08 ticks)
bootbase version: V1 | 01/11/2002
RAS CODE: TC ATU-R Oct 04 2002 10:20:43
Romfile Checksum :d018
Field
Description
RAS version
Ras version and date created
romRasSize
Size of the Ras File
system up time
Duration of system up since restart
bootbase version Bootbase version and date created
RAS CODE
Ras code and date created
1.28 sys view
Description
Use this command to view the configuration file
autoexec.net content that run as the system started. The
autoexec.net file contains the command that user can
configure and wish to execute when the system started.
sys view autoexec.net
Command Syntax
Output field
sys>sys view autoexec.net
sys errctl 0
sys trcl level 5
sys stdio 0
sys trcl type 1180
sys trcp cr 64 96
sys trcl sw off
sys trcp sw off
ip tcp mss 512
ip tcp limit 2
ip tcp irtt 65000
ip tcp window 2
ip tcp ceiling 6000
: : : :
1.29 sys wdog switch
Description
Many network protocols use "watchdog" traffic to
periodically check the availability of a DSL-to-LAN
connection. This traffic can keep a connection open even
when there is no other traffic, negating the benefits of ondemand dialing and bandwidth. Spoofing lets the router
ignore the watchdog traffic and open a connection only
when there is data to be transferred, thus saving
thousands of dollars a month, especially over longdistance connections.
Use this command to switch on/off the watchdog function.
sys wdog switch [on|off]
sys wdog switch [1|0]
Command Syntax
Parameters
Name
On ; 1
Off ; 0
Description
Switch on the watchdog function
Switch off the watchdogfunction
sys>sys wdog switch
watchDog: On
Output field description
1.30 sys wdog cnt
Description
When a user logs onto the computer, the internal timer in
WatchDog starts counting down the user's time available.
When the user runs out of time, WatchDog can either
restart the system. Use this command to set and display
the system watchdog counter value.
sys wdog cnt [value]
Command Syntax
Parameters
Name
Description
Value
Wdog counter value (0~34463)
Default : 180
1.31 sys romreset
Description
Command Syntax
Output field Description
Use this command to restore default romfile /configuration
file. Current setting will be erased.
sys romreset
sys>sys romreset
Default Romfile reset...
System Restart(Console speed will be changed to 9600 bps)
Bootbase Version: V1 | 01/11/2002 15:23:37
RAM: Size = 8192 Kbytes
DRAM POST: Testing: 4224K ….
: :
:
:
1.32 sys atsh
Description
Command Syntax
Output field Description
Use this command to display the debug information and
hardware configuration
Sys atsh
sys>sys atsh
RAS version
: V3.40(TN.1)a4 | 6/19/2003
romRasSize
: 1162016
bootbase version
: V3.40(TN.1)a3 | 6/10/2003
Product Model
: 5100W
MAC Address
: 00AABB012345
Default Country Code
: FF
Boot Module Debug Flag : 00
RomFile Version
: 36
RomFile Checksum
: e30f
RAS F/W Checksum
: 16cc
SNMP MIB level & OID : 060102030405060708091011….
Main Feature Bits
: 86
Other Feature Bits
:
93 17 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 13 00 00 00
1.33 sys ddns debug
DDNS Description
Dynamic DNS (Domain Name System) allows you to
update your current dynamic IP address with one or many
dynamic DNS services so that everyone can contact you
(in NetMeeting, CU-SeeMe, or other services). You can
also access your FTP server or Web Site on your own
computer using DNS-like address that will never change
instead of using an IP address that changes each time of
reconnection.
Use this command to enable or disable ddns service.
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
sys ddns debug <0|1>
Name
0
1
Description
Disable ddns service
Enable ddns service
sys>sys ddns debug
DDNS debug = 1
Output field description
1.34 sys ddns display
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to show the dynamic DNS status
sys ddns display<iface name>
Name
iface name
DDNS Status
state
pauseTime
startcnt
retrycnt
socketID
DomainName
eMail Address
update IP
update time
retCode
IPort
username
password
Description
Interface name (enif0, enif1, enif 2 …)
=
0, flags
=
0, timerID
=
0, stopcnt
=
0, eventqcnt
=
-1,
=
=
= 192.168.1.23
= 00:00:00 Thu. Jan. 01, 1970
= good
=
1026, rPort
=
=
=
=
=
=
0
0
2
0
=
0
1.35 sys ddns restart
Description
Use this command to trace if the login to the ddns server is
pass successfully and to diagnostic if the ddns function
works well. Enter this command after debugging the ddns.
You should get some information regarding the login from
the server on the screen. Success or fail, the server willtell
you.
sys ddns restart <iface name>
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Name
iface name
Description
Interface name (enif0, enif1, enif 2 …)
ifStartDDNS: ifp = 680960,option=0
ATU-R>EventDDNSInit: ifp = ,addr=227.160.0.0
eventDDNSInit: DDNS notactivated
eentddnsDDNSInit: state=0
1.36 sys ddns logout
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to log out the ddns service.
sys ddns logout <iface name>
Name
iface name
Description
Interface name (enif0, enif1, enif 2 …)
1.37 ip address
Description
Where you obtain your network number depends on your
particular situation. If the ISP or your network administrator
assigns you a block of registered IP addresses, follow their
instructions in selecting the IP addresses and the subnet
mask. If the ISP did not explicitly give you an IP network
number, then most likely you have a single user account
and the ISP will assign you a dynamic IP address when
the connection is established.
In CI command, user can also have the chance to view the
IP address. Use this command to display and set the IP
address.
ip address [addr]
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Name
Description
Addr
Enter new IP address to be set
ATU-R> ip address
140.113.2.34 (set)
ATU-R>ip address 140.113.2.45
ATU-R> ip address
140.113.2.45 (set)
1.38 ip alias
Description
In a typical environment, a LAN router is required to
connect two local networks. The board supports to connect
three local networks to the ISP or remote node, we call this
function as ‘IP alias’. In this case, an internal router is not
required. For example, the network manager can divide
the local network into three networks and connect them to
the internet using Router’s single user account. The Router
supports three virtual LAN interfaces via its single physical
Ethernet interface. There are three internal virtual LAN
interfaces for the router to route the packets from/to the
three networks correctly. They are enif0 for the major
network, enif0:0 for the IP alias 1 and enif 0:1 for the IP
alias 2.
Use this command to create a new alias for interface
(Default existing aliases are enif0:0 and enif0:1)
ip alias <iface>
Command Syntax
Parameters
Name
iface
Description
Alias interface (enif0:0 and enif0:1)
1.39 ip aliasdis
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to enable or disable routing between
alias interfaces.
ip aliasdis <0|1>
Name
Parameters
Output field Description
0
1
Description
Disable routing between alias interfaces
Enable routing between alias interfaces
sys>ip aliasdis 0
Disable IP Alias Route = 0
1.40 ip arp status
Description
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) is a protocol for
mapping an Internet Protocol address to a physical
machine address that is recognized in the local network.
Use this command to show the (ARP) table.
ip arp status <iface>
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Name
iface
Description
Enter the iface name, if blank, the arp status
will show the default iface arp table
received x badtype x bogus add x reqst in x replies x reqst out x
cache hit 0 (0%) cache miss 2 (100%)
IP-addr
Type
Time Addr
Stat iface
xx.xx.xx.xx 10MbEthernet 0
ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff
43
Null
xx.xx.xx.xx 10MbEthernet 0
ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff
43
Null
Num of arp entries= 2
1.41 ip dhcp client release
Description
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, RFC 2131
and RFC 2132) allows individual clients to obtain TCP/IP
configuration at startup from a server. Use this command
to release the current ip setting in order to obtain a new or
refresh the ip from the dhcp server.
ip dhcp <iface> client release
Command Syntax
Parameters
Name
iface
Description
Driver interface (enif0, enif0:1 …)
1.42 ip dhcp client renew
Description
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, RFC 2131
and RFC 2132) allows individual clients to obtain TCP/IP
configuration at startup from a server. Use this command
to renew or to get ip from the dhcp server after releasing
the previous ip.
ip dhcp <iface> client renew
Command Syntax
Parameters
Name
iface
Description
Driver interface (enif0, enif0:1 …)
1.43 ip dhcp status
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to show the dhcp status of the board.
ip dhcp <iface> status
Name
iface
Description
Driver interface (enif0, enif0:1 …)
DHCP on iface enif1 is client
Hostname : Router. p
Domain Name : p
Server IP address: 167.206.3.167
Client IP address: 67.b.c.d/21
DNS server : 167.206.3.167, 167.206.7.4, 67.b.c.1
Default gateway: 67.b.c.1
Lease time : 302395 seconds
Renewal time: 151195 seconds
Rebind time : 264593 seconds
Client State =
3, retry =
0
periodtimer =
1307, timer = 150181
flags
=
2
Status:
Packet InCount: 17, OutCount: 2, DiscardCount: 15
1.44 ip dns query
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to set the dns query
ip dns query <parameters>
Name
address<ipaddr> [tm]
Description
resolve ip-addr to name
<ipaddr>
debug <num>
[tm]
timeout
enable dns debug value
<num>
name <hostname> [tm]
Ip address
Debug value
resolve name to ip-addr
<hostname> Hostname
[tm]
Status
Table
timeout
display dns query status
display dns query table
1.45 ip dns stats
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field Description
Use this command to display or clear dns statistic counters
ip dns stats <parameters>
Name
Description
clear
Display dns statistic counters
disp
Clear dns statistic counters
sys>ip dns stats disp
DNS Proxy Statistics
State: 0
Proxy Table Size: 16
Active DNS: 0.0.0.0
Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0
Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0
Max Entry: 0
Timeouts: 0
Response Discards: 0
Request Discards: 0
Send Failures: 0
No DNS Entry : 0
Request Count : 0
Free Count : 0
1.46 ip httpd
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to set the web debug message.
ip httpd debug <0|1>
Name
Description
0
Disable http debug
1
Enable httpd debug
ip httpd debug 1
ip httpd debug
httpd debug: on
1.47 ip icmp status
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display the icmp service statistic
satus.
ip icmp status
Below are the informations shown by the command:
icmpInMsgs
icmpOutMsgs
icmpInErrors
icmpOutErrors
icmpInDestUnreachs
icmpOutDestUnreachs
icmpInTimeExcds
icmpOutTimeExcds
icmpInParmProbs
icmpOutParmProbs
icmpInSrcQuenchs
icmpOutSrcQuenchs
icmpInRedirects
icmpOutRedirects
icmpInEchos
icmpOutEchos
icmpInEchoReps
icmpOutEchoReps
icmpInTimestamps
icmpOutTimestamps
icmpInTimestampsReps
icmpOutTimestampsReps
icmpInAddrMasks
icmpOutAddrMasks
icmpInAddrMaskReps
icmpOutAddrMasksReps
1.48 ip icmp discovery
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to set the icmp router discovery flag.
ip icmp discovery <iface> <1|0>
Name
iface
0
1
Description
Driver interface (enif0, enif0:1,…)
Disable ICMP router discovery
Enable ICMP router discovery
ip icmp discovery enif0 1
ip icmp discovery enif0
ICMP router discovery: on
1.49 ip ifconfig
Description Use this command to show the network interface
Command Syntax
ip ifconfig
ip if
Output field description enif0: mtu 1500
inet 192.168.1.1, netmask 0xffffff00, broadcast 192.168.1.255
RIP RX:None, TX:None
InOctets
InUnicast
InMulticast
InDiscards
InErrors
InUnknownProtos
OutOctets
OutUnicast
OutMulticast
OutDiscards
OutErrors
enif0:0: mtu 1500
inet 192.168.2.1, netmask 0xffffff00, broadcast 192.168.2.255
RIP RX:None, TX:None
InOctets
InUnicast
InMulticast
InDiscards
InErrors
InUnknownProtos
OutOctets
OutUnicast
OutMulticast
OutDiscards
OutErrors
enif0:1: mtu 1500
inet 192.168.3.1, netmask 0xffffff00, broadcast 192.168.3.255
RIP RX:None, TX:None
InOctets
InUnicast
InMulticast
InDiscards
InErrors
InUnknownProtos
OutOctets
OutUnicast
OutMulticast
OutDiscards
OutErrors
wanif0: mtu 1500
inet 192.168.1.1, netmask 0x00000000, broadcast 255.255.255.255
RIP RX:None, TX:None
InOctets
InUnicast
InMulticast
InDiscards
InErrors
InUnknownProtos
OutOctets
OutUnicast
OutMulticast
OutDiscards
OutErrors
1.50 ip ping
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to ping any machine (with an IP
address) on LAN or WAN.
ip ping <host id>
Name
Parameters
Output field description
host id
Description
Remote machine IP address
Ip ping 192.168.1.1
Resolving 192.168.1.1… 192.168.1.1
sent
Rcvd rate
rtt
avg
1
1
100
0
0
2
2
100
0
0
3
3
100
0
0
mdef
0
0
0
max
0
0
0
min
0
0
0
1.51 ip route status
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use the ip route status command to display IP routing
table series.
ip route status [iface]
Name
iface
Description
Driver interface (enif0, enif0:1,…)
Dest
FF Len Device Gateway Metric stat
192.168.1.0 00 24 enet0 192.168.1.1 1 041b
192.168.2.0 00 24 enet0 192.168.2.1 1 041b
Field
Destination
FF
Len
Device
Gateway
Metric
Stat
Timer
Use
Timer Use
0
0
0
3
Description
Destination address IP route mask
The interface or remote node. See
example below.
The "FF" field means the interface index.
For example:
Ethernet interface: always 00
Remote node 1 : 00
Remote node 2 : 01
Remote node 3 : 02
Remote node 4 : 03
Remote node 5 : 04
Remote node 6 : 05
Remote node 7 : 06
Remote node 8 : 07
The network mask
The physical interface
IP address or IP alias of the gateway
router.
Indicates how many internet work hop
(routers) have been traversed in the trip
to the destination. This value is between 1
and 15 for a valid route.
RD internal debug use only
0 = never timeout, if this entry is learned
from RIP,it will start with default 180
seconds and then count down.
If it does not recieve the refresh RIP
packet, this routing entry will be cleared
after timeout.
Number of times a route entry was used
to route packets. (sending packet
counter)
1.52 ip route add
Description
The router using IP configuration information (eg., subnets,
gateways) to automatically create a routing table that
dictates how the system will send IP packets to other host
systems. Use this command to add a new IP routing
configuration in the routing table.
ip route add <dest addr>[/<bits>] <gateway> [<metric>]
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Name
dest addr
bits
gateway
metric
Description
Destination address of routing
Value of bits
IP address acts as gateway in routing
Hop count to measure the distance between
the source and a destination network. Each
hop in a path from source to destination is
assigned a hop count value,which is typically
1
sys>ip route add 172.21.0.0 192.168.1.1
sys>ip route status
Dest
FF Len Device Gateway Metric stat
192.168.1.0 00 24 enet0 192.168.1.1 1 041b
172.21.0.0 00 32 enet0 192.168.1.1 1 001b
Timer Use
0
0
0
0
1.53 ip route addiface
Description
Use this command to add an interface to a routing table.
Command Syntax
ip route addiface <dest addr>[/<bits>] <iface> [<metric>]
Parameters
Name
dest addr
bits
iface
metric
Description
Destination address of routing
Value of bits
Input the interface name to add in routing
Hop count to measure the distance between
the source and a destination network. Each
hop in a path from source to destination is
assigned a hop count value,which is typically
1
1.54 ip route addprivate
Description
Though it may seem obvious that the NAT can talk on its
connected networks, it is nevertheless necessary to add
routes for those. Use this command if you want to add
some private entries that you don’twant broadcast to the
outside world.
ip route addprivate <dest addr>[/<bits>] <gateway> [<metric>]
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Name
dest addr
bits
gateway
metric
Description
Destination address of routing
Value of bits
IP address acts as gateway in routing
Hop count to measure the distance between
the source and a destination network. Each
hop in a path from source to destination is
assigned a hop count value,which is typically
1
sys>ip route addprivate 172.21.0.0 192.168.1.1
sys>ip route status
Timer Use
Dest
FF Len Device Gateway Metric stat
192.168.1.0 00 24 enet0 192.168.1.1 1 041b 0
0
172.21.0.0 00 32 enet0 192.168.1.1 1 001f 0
0
1.55 ip route drop
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to drop the routing gateway.
ip route drop <host addr> [/<bits>]
Name
host addr
bits
Description
Enter the host address to drop
Bits value
1.56 ip routep help
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display IP policy routing CI
commands on-line help.
ip routep help
ip routep help
ip routep policy
ip routep create
ip routep set
ip routep delete
ip routep rule
ip routep apply
ip routep cancel
Display help message
List all policy
Create a new policy
Set Policy & Rules
Delete a policy
List policy rules
Apply ip policy routing to lan or wan
Cancel ip policy routing to lan or wan
1.57 ip routep policy
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to display IP policy routing list
ip routep policy
Output field description
IP Routing Policy List
Policy #
----------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
Name
------------------------------------------_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
1.58 ip routep create
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to create a new IP policy routing
ip routep create <policy no> <name>
Name
policy no
name
Description
Policy no
Policy routing name
ip routep create 1 test
ip routep policy
1.59 ip routep delete
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to delete a IP policy routing.
ip routep delete <policy no>
Name
policy no
Description
Policy no
ip routep delete 1
ip routep policy
1.60 ip routep rule
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to delete a IP policy routing rule.
ip routep rule <policy no>
Name
policy no
ip routep rule 1
Description
Policy no
1.61 ip routep set
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to set a IP policy routing rule. There 12
ip policy routing in system and each policy routing has 6
rules. When you use this command, you have to use
“policy” and “rule” to set the policy no and rule no first.
Then set the other parameters.
ip routep set <command>
Command
help
policy
rule
active
Description
Display set on-line help
Set the policy no
Set the rule no
Active rule or not
cprotocol
ctos
len
cpre
clencomp
sastart
saend
spstart
spend
dastart
daend
dpstart
dpend
Set criteria IP protocol
Set criteria type of service
Set criteria length of packet
Set criteria precedence
Set criteria len comparator
Set criteria source start address
Set criteria source end address
Set criteria source start port
Set criteria source end port
Set criteria destination start address
Set criteria destination end address
Set criteria destination start port
Set criteria destination end port
action
gateway
log
atos
apre
Set action matched or not matched
Set action gateway address
Set action log or not
Set action type of service
Set action precedence
disp
save
exit
Display rule content
Save rule
Don’t save rule
1.62 ip routep apply lan
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to apply IP policy routing settings to
lan interface.
ip routep apply lan <policy no>
Name
policy no
Description
Policy no
The following CI command will apply policy no 1 and 3 to
lan interface
Ip routep apply lan 1 3
1.63 ip routep apply wan
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to apply IP policy routing settings to
wan interface.
ip routep apply wan <node> <policy no>
Name
Node
policy no
Description
Remote node no
Policy no
The following CI command will apply policy no 1 and 3 to
wan interface 0
Ip routep apply wan 0 1 3
1.64 ip routep cancel lan
Description
Use this command to remove IP policy routing settings
from lan interface.
Command Syntax
ip routep cancel lan
Output field description
Ip routep cancel lan
1.65 ip routep cancel wan
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to remove IP policy routing settings
from lan interface.
ip routep cancel wan <node>
Name
Node
Description
Remote node no
Ip routep cancel wan 0
1.66 ip status
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to show the ip statistics counters
ip status
Below are information shown in ip statistics counters
( 1 )ipForwarding
1 ( 2 )ipDefaultTTL
( 3 )ipInReceives
0 ( 4 )ipInHdrErrors
( 5 )ipInAddrErrors
0 ( 6 )ipForwDatagrams
( 7 )ipInUnknownProtos
0 ( 8 )ipInDiscards
( 9 )ipInDelivers
0 (10)ipOutRequests
(11)ipOutDiscards
0 (12)ipOutNoRoutes
(13)ipReasmTimeout
30 (14)ipReasmReqds
(15)ipReasmOKs
0 (16)ipReasmFails
(17)ipFragOKs
0 (18)ipFragFails
(19)ipFragCreates
0
255
0
0
0
387
0
0
0
0
1.67 ip udp status
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display udp status or statistic
counters and control blocks
ip status udp
Below are information shown in ip statistics counters
( 1 )udpInDatagrams
0 ( 2 )udpNoPorts
( 3 )udpInErrors
0 ( 4 )udpOutDatagrams
Rcv-Q
Local Socket
&UCB
6c87a8
0
0.0.0.0 : 161
0
0.0.0.0 : 68
6c856c
6c8538
0
0.0.0.0 : 67
0
0.0.0.0 : 1025
6c8504
6c84d0
0
0.0.0.0 : 1024
0
0.0.0.0 : 53
6c849c
0
0.0.0.0 : 69
6c8468
0
0.0.0.0 : 263
6c8434
0
0.0.0.0 : 520
6c82c8
0
0
1.68 ip tcp status
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display ip status and counters
ip tcp status
sys > ip tcp status
( 1)tcpRtoAlgorithm
4
( 2)tcpRtoMin
0
( 3)tcpRtoMax
4294967295
( 4)tcpMaxConn
4294967295
( 5)tcpActiveOpens
0
( 6)tcpPassiveOpens
0
( 7)tcpAttemptFails
0
( 8)tcpEstabResets
0
( 9)tcpCurrEstab
0
(10)tcpInSegs
0
(11)tcpOutSegs
0
(12)tcpRetransSegs
0
(14)tcpInErrs
0
(15)tcpOutRsts
0
&TCB Rcv-Q Snd-Q Local socket
804b5de8 0 0 0.0.0.0:80
804b5cd4 0 0 0.0.0.0:21
804b5bc0 0 0 0.0.0.0:23
Remote socket
State
0.0.0.0:0
Listen (S)
0.0.0.0:0
Listen
0.0.0.0:0
Listen
1.69 ip xparent join
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to display interfaces that are joined in a
transparent bridge with interface 1. If specified, join
interface 2 in the transparent bridge with interface 1.
ip xparent join <iface1>[<iface2>]
Name
iface 1
iface 2
Description
First interface
Second interface
sys> ip xparent join enif0
The following iface is the same net as enif0:
enif0:1
enif0:0
1.70 ip xparent break
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to detach the interface by breaking any
transparent bridging with other interfaces.
ip xparent break <iface>
Name
iface
Description
Interface
1.71 ip igmp debug
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to display or set IGMP debug level.
ip igmp debug [level]
Name
level
Description
1,2,3…
sys>ip igmp debug
IGMP debug level : 1
sys>ip igmp debug 2
sys>ip igmp debug
IGMP debug level 2
1.72 ip igmp forwardall
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to display or set IGMP forwarding to all
interfaces switch
ip igmp forwardall [0|1]
Name
Description
0
Disable ip igmp forwardall
1
Enable ip igmp forwardall
sys>ip igmp forwardall
IGMP forward to all interface : off
sys>ip igmp forwardall 1
sys>ip igmp forwardall
IGMP forward to all interface : on
1.73 ip igmp querier
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to display or set IGMP becoming a nonquerier switch
ip igmp querier [0|1]
Name
Description
0
Disable ip igmp querier
1
Enable ip igmp querier
sys>ip igmp querier
IGMP become non-querier : off
sys>ip igmp querier 1
sys>ip igmp querier
IGMP become non-querier : on
1.74 ip igmp iface
Description
Command Syntax
Sub commands&Parameters
Use this command to set or change the configuration of
the interface.
ip igmp iface <iface>sub commands
<iface> grouptm <timeout>
- set igmp group timeout
Name
Description
iface
Name of the interface
timeout
Timeout value
<iface> interval <interval>
- set igmp query interval
Name
Description
iface
Name of the interface
interval
Interval value
<iface> join <group>
- join a group on iface
Name
Description
iface
Name of the interface
group
Group address
<iface> leave <group>
- leave a group on iface
Name
Description
iface
Name of the interface
group
Group address
<iface> query
- send query on iface
Name
Description
Iface
Name of the interface
<iface> rsptime [time]
- set igmp response time
Name
Description
iface
Name of the interface
time
IGMP maximum response time value
<iface> start
- turn on igmp on iface
Name
Description
iface
Name of the interface
<iface> stop
- turn off igmp on iface
Name
Description
iface
Name of the interface
<iface> ttl <threshold>
- set ttl threshold
Name
Description
iface
Name of the interface
threshold
Multicast TTL threshold value
<iface> v1compat [0|1]
turn off/on v1compat on iface
Name
Description
iface
Name of the interface
0/1
Off/on value
1.75 ip igmp robustness
Description
The IGMP robustness variable provides fine-tuning to
allow for expected packet loss on a subnet. By default, the
robustness variable is set to 2.You might want to increase
this value if you expect a subnet to be loss. Use this
command to change the value of the robustness variable.
The minimum value of the variable is 2.If there is no
variable input, this command display the current igmp
robustness variable.
ip igmp robustness [<variable>]
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Name
variable
Description
Numeric (2,3,4,..)
sys>ip igmp robustness
IGMP robustness variable is 2
sys>ip igmp robustness 4
IGMP robustness variable is 4
1.76 ip igmp status
Description
Command Syntax
Output
Use this command to display IGMP settings on all
interfaces.
ip igmp status
Group
224.0.0.12
224.0.0.9
224.0.0.2
224.0.0.1
groupLink
[006c8364
[006c8330
[006c82fc
[001c5ac0
001c5ac0]
006c8398]
006c8364]
006c8330]
ifaceLink
[006c83a8
[006c8374
[006c8340
[006c830c
006c83a8]
006c8374]
06c8340]
006c830c]
flags
0003
0001
0001
0001
iface enif0 flags 00000000
query interval 125 sec, max rsp time 90 1/10 sec, group timeout 260
sec,counter 1, query timer 16 sec, v1 host present timer 0 sec,ttl
threshold 23
multicast group:
iface enif0:0 flags 00000000
query interval 0 sec, max rsp time 0 1/10 sec, group timeout 0
sec,counter 0, query timer 0 sec, v1 host present timer 0 sec,ttl
threshold 0
multicast group:
iface enif0:1 flags 00000000
query interval 0 sec, max rsp time 0 1/10 sec, group timeout 0
sec,counter 0, query timer 0 sec, v1 host present timer 0 sec,ttl
threshold 0
multicast group:
1.77 lan index
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output
Use this command to set the lan index no then use other
CI commands to set ip alias or other information.
lan index <index>
Name
index
Description
Lan index.
1 is main lan interface
2 is ip alias #1 interface
3 is ip alias #2 interface
sys> lan index 2
enif0:0 is selected
1.78 lan display
Description
Command Syntax
Output
Use this command to display lan interface information..
lan display
sys> lan index 2
enif0:0 is selected
sys> lan display
Active: Yes
Interface: enif0:0
IP Address: 192.168.2.1
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
RIP Direction: Both
RIP Version: RIP-2M
Protocol Filter Set:
Incoming: 0 0 0 0
Outgoing: 0 0 0 0
1.79 lan ipaddr
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output
Use this command to set the lan ip address and network
mask.
lan ipaddr <ipaddr> <netmask>
Name
ipaddr
netmask
Description
IP address
Network mask
tc> lan ipaddr 192.168.2.1 255.255.255.0
1.80 lan rip
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to set the lan RIP information.
lan rip <dir> <ver>
Parameters
Name
dir
ver
Output
Description
Set RIP direction. You can set it to none, in,
ou or both.
Set RIP version. You can set it to rip1, rip2b
or rip2m.
sys> lan rip both rip2m
1.81 lan save
Description
Command Syntax
Output
Use this command to save the lan information.
lan save
sys> lan save
1.82 lan clear
Description
Command Syntax
Output
Use this command to clear the lan information.
lan clear
sys> lan clear
1.83 lan active
Description
Command Syntax
Output
Use this command to active lan interface or not.
lan active <yes|no>
sys> lan index 2
enif0:0 is selected
sys> lan active yes
1.84 bridge cnt disp
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to display bridge routing statistics table.
bridge cnt disp <value>
Name
value
Description
Numerical value
sys>bridge cnt disp 1
***Last Bridge Route Code 0
WanLanIdErr
WanFiltered
LanMacHdrErr
LanWatchDogQueErr
LanNoWanDevice
LanNoDialOnCast
LanDialNotAllow
BrCastIPXNotSent
BrtDial
WanNoNode
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
WanMacHdrErr
WanQueLanErr
LanFiltered
LanNotBrtNotCast
LanNoNode
LanDial
BrCastIPNotSent
BrCastARPNotSent
BrtDialNotAllow
BrtAddLocalNode
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1.85 bridge cnt clear
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to clear bridge routing statistics table.
bridge cnt clear <value>
Name
value
Description
Numerical value
1.86 bridge stat disp
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to display bridge packet statistics table.
bridge stat disp <value>
Name
value
Description
Numerical value
sys>bridge stat disp 1
***Last Bridge Pkt code 0
WanInIP
WanInARP
WanInOTHR
WanInIPXbrCast
WanInATLKbrCast
LanInIP
LanInARP
LanInOTHR
LanInIPXbrCast
LanInATLKbrCast
LanInWatchDog
WanInWanOut
WanInLanOut
LanInWanOut2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
WanInIPX
WanInATLK
WanInIPbrCast
WanInARPbrCast
WanInOTHRbrCast
LanInIPX
LanInATLK
LanInIPbrCast
LanInARPbrCast
LanInOTHRbrCast
WanInOdd
WanInOwn
LanInWanOut
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1.87 bridge stat clear
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to clear bridge packet statistics table.
bridge stat clear <value>
Name
value
Description
Numerical value
1.88 ether config
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display the current Ethernet
configuration.
ether config
-----------------------------NDIS Configuration Block-------------------------------type=1 flags=0001
Board/Chassis:1 Lines/Board:1 Channels/Lines:2 Total Channel:2
task-id=1b0bb4 event-q=675384(19) data-q=6753c8(1a) func-id=2
board-cfg=6aef64 line-cfg=6aef7c chann-cfg=6aef90
board-pp (6aefb0)
6c7f20
line-pp (6aefb4)
6c4b00
chann-pp (6aefb8)
5c9020 5c950c
--------------------------------------Board Display------------------------------------n-line n-chann
status
line-cfg
chann-cfg
ID slot#
00
0
1
2
0001
6aef7c
6aef90
---------------------------------------Line Display--------------------------------------ID line#
board-id n-chann
chann-cfg
00
1
00
2
6aef90
------------------------------------Channel Display------------------------------------line-id board-id
address
name
ID chann#
00
1
00
00
5c9020
enet0
01
2
00
00
5c950c
enet1
1.89 ether driver cnt disp
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to display the ether driver/statistics on
the Ethernet driver.
ether driver cnt disp <channel name>
Name
channel name
Description
Input the driver’s channel name
(enet0,enet1,…)
Below are the informations shown by the command:
ChanID
MACTxPaused
BDMATxErr
Cntptr
MACTxDefer
BDMATxCp
BDMARxInt
MACTxNoCarr
BDMATxNLErr
BDMATxInt
MACTxSQE
BDMATxNotErr
MACRxInt
MACTxLateColl
BDMATxEmpty
MACTxInt
MACTxPar
BDMATxCmp
MACRxCtlRecd
MACTxHalted
RxPktCnt
MACRx10Stat
MACTxUnder
TxPktCnt
MACRxAlignErr
MACTxErr
MACRxNothing
MACRxCRCErr
MACTxCmp
RxNoBufCnt
MACRxOverFlowErr BDMARxErr
TxSignalCnt
MACRxLongErr
BDMARxEarly
TxBufFullCnt
MACRxParErr
BDMARxNIErr
Bug1
MACRxHalted
BDMARxNotErr
Bug2
MACRxGood
BDMARxMsoErr
Bug3
MACRxErr
BDMARxEmptyErr
Bug4
MACTxExcColl
BDMARxFifoOvr
MACTXColl
MACTxDefered
BDMARxFail
1.90 ether driver status
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to display LAN Status
ether driver status <channel name>
Name
channel name
Description
Input the driver’s channel name
(enet0,enet1,…)
Below are the information shown by the command:
ChanID
Mac
Eq
dq
DevType
DevFlag
ifaceType
TxSending
mac_p
ec_p
IntPend
IntMask
TxFrameStart
RxFrameStart
TxFrameCur
RxFrameCur
TxFrameIn
RxFrameIn
TxFrameOut
RxFrameOut
LinkSt
CacheQueue
pastRxIntCnt
guardTimer
MbufCacheAlloc
MbufCacheEmpty
1.91 ether driver config
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to set the Ethernet driver configuration
ether driver config <parameters>
Parameters
Auto/Normal
10/100
Half/Full Dup
Ch-name
Description
0=auto sence 1=normal
0=10Mbps 1=100Mbps
0=half duplex 1=full duplex
Channel name.
1.92 ether version
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to display the ethernet driver version
ether version
1.93 show wan node
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to show the status of wan in specific
remote node.
show wan node <vc_index:0~7>
Name
vc_index:0~7
Description
Input the number of remote node
sys> show wan node 0
RemoteNode = 0
Rem Node Name = 1(ISP)
Encapsulation = RFC 1483
Multiplexing = LLC-based
Channel active = Yes
VPI/VCI value = 0/33
IP Routing mode= No
Bridge mode = Yes
Remote IP Addr
= 0.0.0.0
Remote IP Subnet Mask = 0.0.0.0
IP address assignment type = Dynamic
SUA
= No
Multicast = None
1.94 show wan adsl
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to show the configuration and setting
that related to the adsl.
show wan adsl <command>
Command
chandata
close
coding
defbitmap
linedata
open
opencmd
opmode
perfdata
reset
status
version
vendorid
utopia
nearituid
farituid
cellcnt
defectcheck
txgain
targetnoise
txfilter
setrvid
txtones
snroffset
errorsecond
diag
watchdog
fwversion
uptime
Description
show the channel data information
close the adsl connection
show the adsl line coding information
show the adsl defect bit map table
show the adsl linedata information
open the adsl connection
show the adsl connection type
show the adsl operational mode
show adsl performance data
reset the adsl connection
show current adsl connection status
show the adsl version
show adsl vendorid configuration
show the adsl utopia parameters
show adsl near end itu identification
show adsl near end itu identification
show adsl cell counter
show adsl defect check configuration
show adsl transmission gain
show adsl target noise margin
show adsl transmission filter
show adsl near-end vendor id
show adsl transmission start/stop tone
show adsl snr offset
show adsl error second information
show adsl connection diagnostic
show adsl dsp watchdog status
show adsl firmware version
show adsl connection uptime
1.95 show lan
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to show the lan configuration status
show lan
sys>show lan
DHCP setting:
DHCP Mode = None
TCP/IP Setup:
IP Address = 192.168.1.1
IP Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
Rip Direction = Both
Version = Rip-2B
Multicast = IGMP-v2
1.96 show community
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to show the community/SNMP
configuration status
show community
sys>show community
SNMP Configuration:
Get Community = public
Set Community = public
Trusted Host = 0.0.0.0
Trap:
Community = public
Destination = 0.0.0.0
1.97 show channel display
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to
configuration and counter.
show
the
channel
status,
show channel display <parameters>
Parameters
[vc_index]
Description
Input vc / remote node number (mpoa)
sys>show channel display 1
---------- CHANNEL mpoa01 ---------State: N/A
inPkt =
0, inDiscard =
0, inError =
0
inDrop =
0, inOctet =
0, inUCast =
0
inMCast =
0
outPkt =
0, outDiscard =
0, outError =
0
outOctet=
0, outUCast =
0, outMCast =
0
1.98 show channel clear
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Use this command to show the
configuration and clear the counter.
channel
status,
show channel clear <parameters>
Parameters
[vc_index]
Description
Input vc / remote node number (mpoa)
sys>show channel clear 1
---------- CHANNEL mpoa01 ---------State: N/A
inPkt =
0, inDiscard =
0, inError =
0
inDrop =
0, inOctet =
0, inUCast =
0
inMCast =
0
outPkt =
0, outDiscard =
0, outError =
0
outOctet=
0, outUCast =
0, outMCast =
0
1.99 show all
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to show all information about the
system
show all
sys>show all
RemoteNode = 0
Rem Node Name = 1(ISP)
Encapsulation = RFC 1483
Multiplexing = LLC-based
Channel active = Yes
VPI/VCI value = 0/33
IP Routing mode= No
Bridge mode = Yes
Remote IP Addr
= 0.0.0.0
Remote IP Subnet Mask = 0.0.0.0
IP address assignment type = Dynamic
SUA
= No
Multicast = None
RemoteNode = 1
Rem Node Name = node1
Encapsulation = RFC 1483
Multiplexing = LLC-based
Channel active = Yes
VPI/VCI value = 8/35
IP Routing mode= No
Bridge mode = Yes
Remote IP Addr
= 0.0.0.0
Remote IP Subnet Mask = 0.0.0.0
IP address assignment type = Dynamic
SUA
= No
Multicast = IGMP-v2
RemoteNode
<empty>
RemoteNode
<empty>
RemoteNode
<empty>
RemoteNode
<empty>
RemoteNode
<empty>
RemoteNode
<empty>
=2
=3
=4
=5
=6
=7
1.100 set cpe
Description
Use this command to set the configuration related to the
sytem
Command Syntax
Parameters
set cpe <command>
Command
Hosname
Message
Iproute
bridge
Description
Set the system hostname
Set the router cpe message
switch the cpe router in ip mode (on/off)
switch the cpe router in bridge mode
(on/off)
1.101 set wan
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to set the configuration related to the
wan connection
set wan <command>
Command
Help
node
clear
enable
disable
encap
mux
vpi
vci
wanip
remoteip
bridge
iproute
sua
rip
multicast
ppp
save
exit
Description
Display the help contents
Set wan remote node configuration
Clear or delete a remote node
Enable a specific remote node
Disable a specific remote node
Set remote node’s encapsulation
Set remote node’s multiplexing
Set remote node’s vpi value
Set remote node’s vci value
Set remote node’s wan ip (static/dynamic)
Set wan remote ip
Set remote node to bridge mode
Set remote node to ip route mode
Set wan sua (on/off)
Set wan rip mode
Set wan multicast mode
Username : set wan ppp username
Password : set wan ppp password
Auth : set wan ppp authentic
<chap|pap|both>
save wan configuration setting
exit wan configuration setting without saving
1.102 set wan adsl
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to set the configuration and setting that
related to the adsl.
et wan adsl <command>
Command
chandata
close
coding
defbitmap
linedata
open
opencmd
opmode
perfdata
reset
status
version
vendorid
utopia
nearituid
farituid
cellcnt
defectcheck
txgain
targetnoise
txfilter
setrvid
txtones
snroffset
errorsecond
diag
watchdog
fwversion
uptime
Description
set the channel data information
close the adsl connection
set the adsl line coding information
set the adsl defect bit map table
set the adsl linedata information
open the adsl connection
set the adsl connection type
set the adsl operational mode
set adsl performance data
reset the adsl connection
set current adsl connection status
set the adsl version
set adsl vendorid configuration
set the adsl utopia parameters
set adsl near end itu identification
set adsl near end itu identification
set adsl cell counter
set adsl defect check configuration
set adsl transmission gain
set adsl target noise margin
set adsl transmission filter
set adsl near-end vendor id
set adsl transmission start/stop tone
set adsl snr offset
set adsl error second information
set adsl connection diagnostic
set adsl dsp watchdog status
set adsl firmware version
set adsl connection uptime
1.103 set lan
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to set the IP configuration
set lan<command>
Command
ipaddr
Description
set lan IP address
set lan ipaddr <ipaddr> <subnet mask>
set RIP mode
rip
set lan rip <none|both|inonly|outonly>
<rip1|rip2b|rip2m>
set lan multicast mode
multicast
set lan multicast <none|igmpv1|igmpv2>
set lan dhcp feature
dhcp
set lan dhcp <none|server|relay>
set lan relay IP address
relayipaddr
set lan relayipaddr <ipaddr>
set lan ip dhcp and pool value
dhcppool
set lan dhcppool <ipaddr> <num>
dhcpleasetime set lan dhcp lease time
set lan dhcpleasetime <period:seconds>
set dns on dhcp feature
dhcpdns
set lan dhcpdns <dns1> <dns2>
1.104 set community
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to set the SNMP configuration
set community <parameters>
Parameters
Description
Get_Comm Community string of SNMP GET_Request
Set_Comm Community string of SNMP SET_Request
Trusted_Host IP Address of Trusted_Host. “0.0.0.0” for
every host.
Trap_Comm Community string of SNMP Trap_Indication
IP Address of Trap Destination Host.
Trap_Dest
1.105 set baudrate
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to set the router’s baudrate
set baudrate <parameters>
Parameters
9600k
19200k
38400k
57600k
115200k
1.106 set reboot
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to reset the system
set reboot
1.107 etherdbg print
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to open or close the Ethernet debug
messages.
set etherdbg print
1.108 usb version
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display the usb support version
usb version
sys>usb version
USB VERSION : 1.1
1.109 usb address
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to display the usb device address
usb address
1.110 usb config
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display the usb configuration
usb config
sys>usb config
---------- USB Config Status ---------USB Chan ID Num
= 2
USB Chan Name
= enet2
USB Vendor ID
= 45e
USB Product ID
= 930a
1.111 usb cnt display
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display the usb endpoint counter
usb cnt display
sys>usb cnt display
-------------------- DISPLAY USB ENDPOINT COUNT -------------------EP0 Tx
=
0,
EP0 TxErr
=
0
EP0 Rx
=
0,
EP0 RxErr
=
0
EP1 Tx
=
0,
EP1 TxErr
=
0
EP1 Rx
=
0,
EP1 RxErr
=
0
EP2 Tx
=
0,
EP2 TxErr
=
0
EP3 Tx
=
0,
EP3 TxErr
=
0
EP3 Rx
=
0,
EP3 RxErr
=
0
1.112 usb cnt clear
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to clear the usb endpoint counter
usb cnt clear
1.113 usb debug
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to enable or disable the debug
message
usb debug <parameters>
Parameters
Name
1
0
Description
Enable
Disable
1.114 usb reset
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to reset the USB connection
usb reset
1.115 wan hwsar clear
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to clear the SAR driver counters.
wan hwsar clear
sys>wan hwsar clear
[ SAR Counters ]
inPkts
= 0x00000000, inDiscards = 0x00000000
inF4Pkts = 0x00000000, inF5Pkts = 0x00000000
inDMATaskEnd = 0x00000000, inBufErr = 0x00000000
inCrcErr = 0x00000000
outPkts
= 0x00000000, outDiscards = 0x00000000
outF4Pkts = 0x00000000, outF5Pkts = 0x00000000
softRstCnt = 0x00000000
1.116 wan hwsar disp
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display the SAR driver counters.
wan hwsar disp
sys>wan hwsar disp
[ SAR Counters ]
inPkts
= 0x00000000, inDiscards = 0x00000000
inF4Pkts = 0x00000000, inF5Pkts = 0x00000000
inDMATaskEnd = 0x00000000, inBufErr = 0x00000000
inCrcErr = 0x00000000
outPkts
= 0x00000000, outDiscards = 0x00000000
outF4Pkts = 0x00000000, outF5Pkts = 0x00000000
softRstCnt = 0x00000000
1.117 wan hwsar sendoam
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to send oam cell
wan hwsar sendoam
sys>wan hwsar sendoam
Usage: <vpi> <vci> <f5> <end-to-end>
2(LoopBack)>
<type:0(AIS) 1(RDI)
1.118 wan adsl chandata
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Some useful information about your connection can then
be viewed.Use this command to display the adsl channel
data or line rate to determine if you're on fast channel or
interleave channel mode.
wan adsl chandata
sys>wan adsl chandata
near-end interleaved channel bit rate: 0 kbps
near-end fast channel bit rate: 1536 kbps
far-end interleaved channel bit rate: 0 kbps
far-end fast channel bit rate: 512 kbps
1.119 wan adsl close
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
User can disconnect the adsl connection through CI
command. Use this command to close or interrupt adsl
connection.
wan adsl close
sys>wan adsl close
Ok
1.120 wan adsl opmode
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display adsl mode standard
(operational mode) your Router is using.
wan adsl opmode
sys>wan adsl opmode
operational mode: ITU G.992.1(G.DMT)
1.121 wan adsl linedata
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Output field description
Type wan adsl line far or wan adsl line near to get your
upstream or downstream line noise margin and
attenuation.
wan adsl linedata [far|near]
Name
far
near
Description
Show adsl far-end linedata (carrier load)
Show adsl near-end linedata (noise margin)
sys>wan adsl linedata far
carrier load: number of bits per symbol(tone)
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ….. .. ….
sys>wan adsl linedata near
noise margin downstream: 30.0 db
noise margin upstream: 26.0 dbm
1.122 wan adsl open
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to open the adsl connection
wan adsl open
sys>wan adsl open
ok
1.123 wan adsl opencmd
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to set mode of adsl operation. After
changing the connection mode, the adsl must be reset by
typing wan adsl reset.
wan adsl opencmd [gdmt|glite|t1.413|multimode]
sys>wan adsl opmode
operational mode: G_DMT
sys>wan adsl opencmd glite
sys>wan adsl reset
sys>wan adsl opmode
operational mode: G_Lite
1.124 wan adsl coding
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display current adsl line coding.
wan adsl coding
sys>wan adsl coding
line coding: DMT
1.125 wan adsl defbitmap
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to show adsl defects bitmaps status.
wan adsl defbitmap
sys>wan adsl defbitmap
current near-end defects bitmaps:
Los
:0
Lof
:0
Lop
:0
LcdNonInterleaved:0
LcdInterleaved :0
Lom
:0
current far-end defects bitmaps:
Los
:0
Lof
:0
Lop
:0
LcdNonInterleaved:0
LcdInterleaved :0
Lom
:0
current near-end defects bitmaps changed:
Los
:0
Lof
:0
Lop
:0
LcdNonInterleaved:0
LcdInterleaved :0
Lom
:0
current far-end defects bitmaps changed:
Los
:0
Lof
:0
Lop
:0
LcdNonInterleaved:0
LcdInterleaved :0
Lom
:0
1.126 wan adsl opmode
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display adsl mode standard
(operational mode) your modem is using.
wan adsl opmode
sys>wan adsl opmode
operational mode: ITU G.992.1(G.DMT)
1.127 wan adsl perfdata
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display details of adsl line statistics
or adsl performance data.
wan adsl perfdata
sys>wan adsl perfdata
near-end FEC error fast: 0
near-end FEC error interleaved: 0
near-end CRC error fast: 1
near-end CRC error interleaved: 0
near-end HEC error fast: 0
near-end HEC error interleaved: 0
far-end FEC error fast: 0
far-end FEC error interleaved: 0
far-end CRC error fast: 0
far-end CRC error interleaved: 0
far-end HEC error fast: 0
far-end HEC error interleaved: 0
Error second in 15min
:0
Error second in 24hr
:0
Error second after power-up : 0
ADSL uptime 0:02:13
1.128 wan adsl reset
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to reset the adsl connection.
wan adsl reset
1.129 wan adsl status
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to check and display current adsl line
status
wan adsl status
sys>wan adsl status
current modem status: up
1.130 wan adsl version
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to show the adsl version.
wan adsl version
sys>wan adsl version
near-end version: 1
far-end version: 0
1.131 wan adsl vendorid
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to show adsl chipset vendor id.
wan adsl vendorid
sys>wan adsl vendorid
near-end vendorid: 22bb
far-end vendorid: 0
1.132 wan adsl utopia
Description
Use this command to show adsl utopia interface
information.
Command Syntax
Output field description
wan adsl utopia
sys>wan adsl utopia
UTOPIA parameters:
level: 1
fast address: 0
interleaved address: 1
1.133 wan adsl nearituid
Description
Use this command to show adsl G.DMT/G.lite near-end
ITU id.
Command Syntax
Output field description
wan adsl nearituid
sys>wan adsl nearituid
near end itu identification: 0 0 54 43 54 4e 0 0
1.134 wan adsl farituid
Description
Use this command to show adsl G.DMT/G.lite far-end ITU
id.
Command Syntax
Output field description
wan adsl farituid
sys>wan adsl farituid
far end itu identification: f 0 41 4c 43 42 0 0
1.135 wan adsl farituid
Description
Use this command to show adsl G.DMT/G.lite far-end ITU
id.
Command Syntax
Output field description
wan adsl farituid
sys>wan adsl farituid
far end itu identification: f 0 41 4c 43 42 0 0
1.136 wan adsl cellcnt
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to show the cell counter information
wan adsl cellcnt
sys>wan adsl cellcnt
ActiveRxCellsFast
=0
ActiveRxCellsInterleaved = 240
ActiveTxCellsFast
=0
ActiveTxCellsInterleaved = 472
1.137 wan adsl defectcheck
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to set turn on/off the adsl defact check
wan adsl defectcheck
sys>wan adsl defectcheck [on|off]
1.138 wan adsl txgain
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to set adsl transmission gain
wan adsl txgain
sys>wan adsl txgain
usage: gain value should be >= 0x0c or <= 0x00 (-12~0dB)
current value:2
1.139 wan adsl targetnoise
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to set adsl transmission target noise
margin.
wan adsl targetnoise
Output field description
sys>wan adsl targetnoise
usage: gain value should be snr margin(dB) * 512
current value:900
1.140 wan adsl txfilter
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to set adsl transmission filter.
wan adsl txfilter
sys>wan adsl txfilter
usage: tx_filter_type
current value:31
1.141 wan adsl setrvid
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to set adsl near-end ITU id.
wan adsl setrvid
sys>wan adsl setrvid
usage: 0=trendchip 1=alcatel 2=gspn 3=ti 4=adi 5=infineon
1.142 wan adsl txtones
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to set adsl transmission start/stop tone
number.
wan adsl txtones
Output field description
sys>wan adsl txtones
usage: <start tone> <end tone> tone=0x6~0x1F
current value: start_tone=6 end_tone=1d
1.143 wan adsl snroffset
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to set adsl snr offset.
wan adsl snroffset
sys>wan adsl txtones
usage: set snr offset (offset(db)*512)
current value:fffff200
1.144 wan adsl errorsecond
Description
Command Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to set when there are many error
second, the adsl will be reseted or not.
wan adsl errorsecond
Name
switch
shutdown
Description
Enable/disable error second shutdown adsl
connection
Show adsl shutdown counter caused by
error seconds
Output field description
sys>wan adsl shutdown
Time to shutdown by error second <0:disable>: 0
1.145 wan adsl diag
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to show the features related to the
system and adsl connection on wan interface. This
command displays the information that includes sys date,
version, ip arp status, firmware version, opmode, status,
dmt rates etc. For the complete reference please refer to
the below description.
wan adsl diag
sys> wan adsl diag
sys version => …
sys date => …
sys time => …
sys cpu disp => …
ip arp status => …
wan adsl fwversion => …
wan dmt tr 0 => …
wan adsl c => …
wan adsl p => …
wan adsl opmode => …
wan adsl status => …
wan adsl nearituid => …
wan adsl farituid => …
wan adsl l n => …
wan adsl l f => …
wan dmt rates1 => …
wan dmt msg1 => …
wan dmt rates_ra => …
wan dmt msg_ra => …
wan dmt rates2 => …
wan dmt msg2 => …
wan dmt afe paracfg 72 1 => …
wan dmt show mederrp => …
wan dmt initbng => …
wan dmt bng => …
wan dmt show snr => …
wan dmt aoc dump => …
wan dmt show pilotinput => …
wan dmt cell => …
wan hwsar disp => …
wan dmt db disp => …
wan dmt db get => …
wan dmt parse 48 => …
wan dmt parse 4f => …
wan dmt parse 50 => …
wan dmt tlog 77 1 => …
wan dmt set retrainmethod => …
wan dmt set highrate => …
wan dmt set pllkpki => …
wan dmt set cbngrelink => …
wan dmt set retrainmedley => …
wan dmt set ibinsert => …
wan dmt set medleypatchk => …
wan dmt set pilotdata => …
wan dmt set rmsgrabmax => …
sys memrl b4000000 => …
sys memrl b4000008 => …
sys memrl b400080c => …
wan adsl p => …
sys view autoexec.net => …
1.146 wan adsl watchdog
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to display the current firmware version.
wan adsl watchdog
Parameters
Name
0
1
Output field description
Description
Enable adsl watchdog to prevent abnormal
condition
Disable adsl watchdog to prevent abnormal
condition
sys>wan adsl watchdog
adsl dsp watchdog: 1
1.147 wan adsl fwversion
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display the current firmware version.
wan adsl fwversion
sys>wan adsl fwversion
ADSL FwVersion is = …
1.148 wan adsl uptime
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to display the adsl uptime information
wan adsl uptime
sys>wan adsl uptime
ADSL uptime 0:04:59
1.149 wlan essid
Description
Command Syntax
The Extended Service Set ID (ESSID) is the name of the
network you wish to build. It is used to identify different
wireless networks. Use this command to set the name of
network. The configuration needs to be saved by typing
wlan save; otherwise the ESSID name will only be stored
in a temporary status. By using wlan display we can
ensure whether the configuration takes effect.
wlan essid <parameters>
Parameters
Name
ESSID name
Output field description
Description
Network name wish to build
sys>wlan essid 1234
sys>wlan save
sys>wlan display
essid
= 1234
chid
=3
hide essid
= No
RTS threshold
=0
Frag threshold
= 2432
WEP key type
= none
WEP default key
=0
MAC filter active
=0
MAC filter action
= Allow
index MAC address index MAC address
--------------------------------------------------------------1 00:00:00:00:00:00 17 00:00:00:00:00:00
2 00:00:00:00:00:00 18 00:00:00:00:00:00
3 00:00:00:00:00:00 19 00:00:00:00:00:00
4 00:00:00:00:00:00 20 00:00:00:00:00:00
5 00:00:00:00:00:00 21 00:00:00:00:00:00
6 00:00:00:00:00:00 22 00:00:00:00:00:00
7 00:00:00:00:00:00 23 00:00:00:00:00:00
8 00:00:00:00:00:00 24 00:00:00:00:00:00
9 00:00:00:00:00:00 25 00:00:00:00:00:00
10 00:00:00:00:00:00 26 00:00:00:00:00:00
11 00:00:00:00:00:00 27 00:00:00:00:00:00
12 00:00:00:00:00:00 28 00:00:00:00:00:00
13 00:00:00:00:00:00 29 00:00:00:00:00:00
14 00:00:00:00:00:00 30 00:00:00:00:00:00
15 00:00:00:00:00:00 31 00:00:00:00:00:00
16 00:00:00:00:00:00 32 00:00:00:00:00:00
1.150 wlan chid
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to set the channel configuration.The
configuration also needs to be saved by typing wlan save;
otherwise the ESSID name will only be stored in a
temporary status. By using wlan display we can ensure
whether the configuration takes effect.
wlan chid n
Parameters
Name
n
Output field description
Description
Number of channel id
sys>wlan chid 3
sys>wlan save
sys>wlan display
essid
= 1234
chid
=3
hide essid
= No
RTS threshold
=0
Frag threshold
= 2432
WEP key type
= none
WEP default key
=0
MAC filter active
=0
MAC filter action
= Allow
index MAC address index MAC address
--------------------------------------------------------------1 00:00:00:00:00:00 17 00:00:00:00:00:00
2 00:00:00:00:00:00 18 00:00:00:00:00:00
3 00:00:00:00:00:00 19 00:00:00:00:00:00
4 00:00:00:00:00:00 20 00:00:00:00:00:00
5 00:00:00:00:00:00 21 00:00:00:00:00:00
6 00:00:00:00:00:00 22 00:00:00:00:00:00
7 00:00:00:00:00:00 23 00:00:00:00:00:00
8 00:00:00:00:00:00 24 00:00:00:00:00:00
9 00:00:00:00:00:00 25 00:00:00:00:00:00
10 00:00:00:00:00:00 26 00:00:00:00:00:00
11 00:00:00:00:00:00 27 00:00:00:00:00:00
12 00:00:00:00:00:00 28 00:00:00:00:00:00
13 00:00:00:00:00:00 29 00:00:00:00:00:00
14 00:00:00:00:00:00 30 00:00:00:00:00:00
15 00:00:00:00:00:00 31 00:00:00:00:00:00
16 00:00:00:00:00:00 32 00:00:00:00:00:00
1.151 wlan display
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to show wlan configuration setting
including ESSID and channel ID.
wlan display
Output field description
sys>wlan display
essid
= 1234
chid
=3
hide essid
= No
RTS threshold
=0
Frag threshold
= 2432
WEP key type
= none
WEP default key
=0
MAC filter active
=0
MAC filter action
= Allow
index MAC address index MAC address
--------------------------------------------------------------1 00:00:00:00:00:00 17 00:00:00:00:00:00
2 00:00:00:00:00:00 18 00:00:00:00:00:00
3 00:00:00:00:00:00 19 00:00:00:00:00:00
4 00:00:00:00:00:00 20 00:00:00:00:00:00
5 00:00:00:00:00:00 21 00:00:00:00:00:00
6 00:00:00:00:00:00 22 00:00:00:00:00:00
7 00:00:00:00:00:00 23 00:00:00:00:00:00
8 00:00:00:00:00:00 24 00:00:00:00:00:00
9 00:00:00:00:00:00 25 00:00:00:00:00:00
10 00:00:00:00:00:00 26 00:00:00:00:00:00
11 00:00:00:00:00:00 27 00:00:00:00:00:00
12 00:00:00:00:00:00 28 00:00:00:00:00:00
13 00:00:00:00:00:00 29 00:00:00:00:00:00
14 00:00:00:00:00:00 30 00:00:00:00:00:00
15 00:00:00:00:00:00 31 00:00:00:00:00:00
16 00:00:00:00:00:00 32 00:00:00:00:00:00
1.152 wlan load
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to load the configuration from the last
saving session.
wlan load
1.153 wlan save
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to save the configuration and use wlan
display to check if the configuration saved takes effect.
wlan save
1.154 wlan clear
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to reset the configuration. When the
command is typed, the current configuration will be reset to
zero.
wlan clear
sys>wlan clear
sys>wlan display
essid
=
chid
=0
hide essid
= No
RTS threshold
=0
Frag threshold
=0
WEP key type
= none
WEP default key
=0
MAC filter active
=0
MAC filter action
= Allow
index MAC address index MAC address
-------------------------------------------------1 00:00:00:00:00:00 17 00:00:00:00:00:00
2 00:00:00:00:00:00 18 00:00:00:00:00:00
3 00:00:00:00:00:00 19 00:00:00:00:00:00
4 00:00:00:00:00:00 20 00:00:00:00:00:00
5 00:00:00:00:00:00 21 00:00:00:00:00:00
6 00:00:00:00:00:00 22 00:00:00:00:00:00
7 00:00:00:00:00:00 23 00:00:00:00:00:00
8 00:00:00:00:00:00 24 00:00:00:00:00:00
9 00:00:00:00:00:00 25 00:00:00:00:00:00
10 00:00:00:00:00:00 26 00:00:00:00:00:00
11 00:00:00:00:00:00 27 00:00:00:00:00:00
12 00:00:00:00:00:00 28 00:00:00:00:00:00
13 00:00:00:00:00:00 29 00:00:00:00:00:00
14 00:00:00:00:00:00 30 00:00:00:00:00:00
15 00:00:00:00:00:00 31 00:00:00:00:00:00
16 00:00:00:00:00:00 32 00:00:00:00:00:00
1.155 wlan filter
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to activate the filter set feature on
WLAN.
wlan filter <parameters>
Parameters
Name
Description
<incoming|outgoing> Set to filter incoming or outgoing
packets
Use the generic filter mode
<generic>
Use filter set 1
[set#1]
Use filter set 2
[set#2]
Use filter set 3
[set#3]
Use filter set 4
[set#4]
Output field description
sys>wlan filter
1.156 wlan debug
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to set the debug parameter in order to
show the debug error message.
wlan debug <parameters>
Parameters
Name
0
1
Description
Turn off the debug error message
Turn on and display the debug error message
1.157 wlan version
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to show the firmware version.
wlan version
sys>wlan version
Intersil primary firmware version: 0.8.3
Intersil secondary firmware version: 0.8.3
Intersil AP firmware version: 1.2.1
1.158 wlan reset
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to reset the WLAN
wlan reset
1.159 wlan association
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to show the list of clients join this
service.
wlan associaton
sys>wlan association
[NUM]
MAC Address
Association time
------------------------------------------------[001]
00:02:A3:12:34:45 20:00:17 2003/06/25 1
------------------------------------------------Total: 1
1.160 wlan scan
Description
Command Syntax
Output field description
Use this command to scan for the available channel on the
network. This command also recommend available
channel in the network.
wlan scan
sys>wlan scan
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Activity
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
Recommend Channel : 5
Count
2
4
5
4
1
4
5
3
5
3
5
Signal
45
46
55
46
44
52
55
52
53
47
48
1.161 wlan channel
Description
Command Syntax
Use this command to set or control the WLAN channel
data
wlan channel <parameters>
Parameters
Name
On
Off
Description
Open WLAN data TX/RX
Close WLAN data TX/RX